TSE OF GOOD CHEER. —Dcbili-
X 3 tr and Languor Out ofmanr tneiy 1* hot.os*
infallible renedr. ** HOLLO WAV’S WOBL® «“
NuWAED PlLLfi>* and on-y one «oaro« ol a .
order. the stomach. When we consider.tae eyron
liotlc affinity existingbetwten tbe conditio®
FtotTßcb anc ibe action ot me tuwta
«nCcmaneibejunoN*Lr of nolio«ay%t'TMin
Through tbe stomach ana vat «' CQ ’V\ A the blood,
on tbe general system. aud by p °ffffinnl°i 1 n <r the
accretion* of thcliver. they ■ W* -vJSTC-igorto u, e
£»toal spirits, elasticity to ifiejbojjJ-g the only
BmSSSw'tmtul Ji«° nl£t.t.d»E* OUMWQ.
‘’W'Sk'ir SMITH • DWTEK, K «&«£>»
HUiLIAHD, Office 68 Ran
I / dolph street. Chicago, (up-stair*} treat* all
Chronic, Cutaneous and Mercurial Diseases, In male
or female. Cures guaranteed. Patients living at a
can consult by letter, with confidence, by
enclosing ten cents to Insure a reply Good city re
ferences given as to ability and success In practice.
.Hooks for patients coming fro a distance. Medi
cines put up andaent free from, rbscrratlOD to any part
ni the country. AH communlcatlonc held strictly
confidential. P.0.80x6590. *c2MnSS3-2wls
TVR. JAMEb, (formerly of New
Orleans,) whoeeaa. rs Jed success la thetresb*
tut of Chronic. Mercurial .Alood. and other diseases,
THAT REQUIRE SKILLFUL TREATMENT*
as permanently located himself at 86 Randolph.
rtreeUCblcago. Dr. James Is recommended by the me
tflealfacalty.andthealmostentlreptese of the South.
Thousands of unfortunate'bles* Dr. •.AMfiSiWbe,
,r>nt for him. would be living a ml»erab 4 . exist*
pace The enviable reputation Dr. James enloysl **
l-.he Lakes to the Gulf, Is the result of years ot study
u* James usee no Mercury, iodide, Potamll. Arsenic
Ot | ataepatllla. In the treatment of blood dlaeaaee,
Unt anentrallxer. which Is a poelUve cure.
Organic Woaknem cored by • new and InfaHlW
•thod. saving both time and expense.
Office and parlors at 86 Randolph stre e .(up-etalrtj
Office hours trom 9 A.M. nntllßP M
RAGA2TS HA.GXOLIA BALM.
This ts the meat delightful and
Tver discovered. It changes the son burst lace and
Hands to a pearly satin tcztme of ravishing beauty.
.* opartlng the marble pnrity ol yoota, and the pm
riKfltrz appearance so Inviting In the city belle o
astlon. *t remove* tan, freckle*, pimple* and rough
- sgj from the ■mb, leaving we complexion fresh,
tansbarcLt and smooth. It contain* no material In
•, to the skm. Patronized hy Actresses and
l>rcra Bingora. It Is what every lady should have,
DEKAS S. BARNK6 & GO.,
TSS-hStt-Sm General Agents. HS Broadway. H;T.
ARTIFICIAL LEGS.—C. Stef
jt jL lord, sole proprietor and manufacturer of DB.
WILCOX’S PATENT ARTIFICIAL LEG. has been
unproved and adopted by the Cffited State Govern
ment. which has appointed bus to supply them to dis
abled soldiers, ms. Orders addressed to C. STAF
FORD. 12G South Clark street, Chicago, will receive
remediate attention. Bend tor Pa-nphipta. _
P. O. Box 8066 Sepl9-m93S-lm-M WaF
Timothy fat, m. d
131 LAKE! STREET,
Cnio*eo, April 2d, 1863.
Wltl oct any request ot hie to d» so. 1 think It my
tiutytoaißtethatiauamyfauxlly have, for twenty
debt j can. had Dentistry done In Chicago iu a sad*-
•f-ctorymanner? bat have never had any thicsthat
lor PERFECTION. FIT. EASE OF OPERATION,
midBtASONALLEKCSB OF CHARGE, equal t« the
job (or act) don* t>v Dr. FAY. occupying the rooms
oi the late W, H. Kexnlcott M D
SC27 tSCO 1W CUAS.V.DYmi, M.D.
PEAR AT AN END !—No one
JL is now deterred from chacctog the
WHISKERS OB MUSTACHE
Troffi red, fraroreaady to a rtcti BLaCK OR BROWN
a leer or injuring or staining the «Ma.
la tarmlea as water, mild a? new milk, and
TBjB to katqhs .
lathe ctcrißctrtcclcr- It impart*., Mwufactnrea
t?y J.VUIBTaDUBO 6 After House. New York. Bold
KTerrwbne,aad applied by all Hair I^fsera.
In Ice si. 41 &0 and «S per box. according to size,
felt tsu Un
PILES! PILES M
.IT SB. wiTriElh’B
Are wr named a certain core for FISTULA, BLU'D
UH BLEEDING FILES.
We would caution all who are victims to this dls
t-tesstoc comiAalut to av-rd thb use of external appu
cations as they result only lit aczravatlog the disease.
I>r.Wimfdi>*6Temea> removes tne caused the
disease.and eflects a permanent cm*. „„
THIS IS KO QOA K MRDiCiNE.
There Fills have beea tried for the Istt seven years,
and In no Instance have they failed tocure ..
Price 50 cents per box. ScnttoymalltoanyaSdaeiß.
j, kOUsG, sole proprietor,
481 Broadway. K.T.
For rile by BUBS & SHARP. iMLake sircet.Ctl
riRS. HUNTER AND VON
I / BADEN treat an Cnronlc Diseases, such as
Colda.Cooeha.Oonsnmption. Astnma. U>eLunga,Bean l
ntomach. K1 oners. Bladder ana toe Bowels,Dyipepsla,
Diarrhea. Dyaentew. Gout. Bo eumatlsm. Paralvsls, Hip
Diseaßaw'uiebwmUogß ana ah complaints ox women
•nd children: Sore Eyt a and Ears. Cataract Discharges,
Hearing and Buzzing Bounds. Dr. Hunter la the only
BORES OR ULCERS. TDMKBS,
piles an o fistula.
without catting with the knife.- All letters mxmt con
ten centarbr a speedy answer. Dra. jam ten
aUKTEBCTTCN BnxSnß. HOW 9
A.M.toBP.M. Office SI Hardolph atreet coruer of
Chicago. Dhrols leg-gfiti-ly
Formerly cl St. Louis. Mo..
Can be consnlUd at ale office. ITC
corner ol Monroe, v.bic%eo lit. ba:f abiocknom too
Post Office, on aUCbr«iD c ObesscsAOdUisessaotboJi
iaxes which te treats With unpara led success.
Hoorn*separate, where ladle*
suit tbc IHxrtor omce hours fretn 6 AM, toB P. M.
Xtmdsvi 10 to 12 A. M ConOTunlcattons confidential.
CoLsu-tarious tree. Addrtfiß P. O. BoxlM. Inclose
two etampeena pet hi*
guide xo health.
From the Dtctor** long experleoceln
Private rr&ct cre be 1? Abe io perform, and wll* guar
•antoc. perfect cures for all i-pecial in tee
most severe and complicated stages, la a very abort
S ?tnTil‘SSSr&i»oSSSou.D e l,mty«e
A PERFECT CTTRE WARRANTED.
Feraoas sufferU g tomlriegultrliieeahould call at
° Btsl of diyudofences astc ability and rncccas,
TTATR DTE I HAIR DTE i J
S I BATUnKLCB‘3 celebrated HAIR DYE IS TUB
—d «... rw ‘"try Would. Xht cih Eunsn.sbs, Tsui utd
wrrTiiiT.it Dye known Xhl* solenoid ifair Dye is
li-d. Bart? ot GOT 808 InmuiUy
MaOnoeav 2l*.ck ot daow*.
turtncme Ealror B*jUnlr ß ih«* J«vi^the Bab
Beautiful; la i-*m ir**t
sertortnr tt* prl«lne calor. and rcctm*s the Iffetfecu
cf Bad bve*. The Genuine h elioea Wizuax A
SAOTKLoaTaH OTLcr* are osa. euflshould
oe avoided. Bole by ai! pruftclot*. 4»e. 81
jt*nls«es eft- attuKcoct Step;
XBS3. THE ISQS,
PEKNSVEVANIA CENTRAL JL *■
SSS BEUea Deabl. Ttuk.
lx order to tee* pact "wilt the oemcuca of ty. inrr
lar trcbUc, tte managers of thl> rcpalar route t *
clocitd bkst Improves eat* dartUK toe year 16G2, f.
wilt Its romweraoDitrit will be found to all
NIBfiT CL ASA ROUTE to all the Eastern dtls*. '<•*
track U stone ballasted, and e&Urtir tree frost -Ss*
THBEB DAILY TSAIKB FBOK
PITTSBURGH TO PHTLaUELPE:
(with close conrecuoar irom Westers cacao
A’lct'iiMcflss direct to Hew Tort, TiIBOUGEIT£r
ADELPHlA.aadcloee. connections at H&mstmrß .
EALTUfOEB ASD WASHINGTON.
Kroic Pltiobnryt* to Nvw York. one tram runs dtv
"Aupdles.' vis Allerttown. without chatsreCl c en, e
rnst la advance or a?' otto rntres.
BEVEB DAILY TRAIPt FBOJS
3?HjiIAI»IXPHia TO HEW TOSS
Tlckeaiorialetoßostouby bottoms!!. BostZv
jrowKoodoflaayeftbesoucdxiuei. Fare to all petf
At tow as ary root*.
eiccplncOar* on eight trains to Philadelphia, c;:
BtgSt&S checked thrown and transferred tt«.
m itlt saute Freight* oi an ncecripooas cc. be tv
WwdeS to tad fron. PhllfcaeihLia, Nev Tork.Bcsvc
or Baltimore, to a«d froa any point oc tte Raurea*-
of Oblo. Kentucky. Indiana r-llLOis, WlscoaHa.low
or Uiasoarl wr waxzsom sesaox.
The Pennsylvania t fcitrv’ BaUro&d also connects .
nttsbundi with Steamers bywnich Goods can bole;
-warded to any port on tte Ohio, Husloagm^, Et
tucks Tennessee. Cumberland. Dliooia, Htasualiv
Wisconsin. Missouri. Kansu Arkanua and lied K!«c. v
and at Cleveland. Sandusky and Ch’cnec with pica-,
ert to all Porta on the Nortb-Wertem Lakes.
Merchants and Bhipnert entrusting the transport
*ion or theli Freight to ttir Company, car, rely t/T
confidence oo Ita speed* transit
THK RATES OF FEIIIGHT to aod moo. any pen
la the West by the Pea:»sy)v»als Centra! Bsllrotd eu
AT iUiTQOU aa FaVOIaELJI AS SOU CEiKGXC XS Ct
in »*iutoar> corpAnu, __ w
&rht particular and rork poctogt* •' tu Pk*
flrrrrryiT. K R "
t or Freight ControcU ot Shipping Dir action*. ao>
•~x> or addrea either of the following Ageatr ef *•
' 3cl ntacmjs
A CO.. Trava.'e' Agcatt;Putsocig*.
H. W. BBOWK t CO. Cincinnati, Ohio,
s. C. MELDBUW A CO„ Madison, Inditth
j. e. MUORK. Lonisrme, Kj.
W, W. AIEMAN & Cu„ Evansville. led.
B. F. 6 AB6, Bt. Lonlt. Mo.
CLARKE A (X>., Chicago. UUne*.
j. B. UCUOLM. Portsc.ontt, Ohio.
McNSKLT A MONTGOMKBF, May emffe. IV.
W.H.4R. L. LAK6LE7. Goillpolla. Ohio.
B. B. PIERCE. A CO- Zanesville. Ohio.
a a Aiea to. a.
U/vfcrt aid Farm era wJj Had Oil* tbs rrxct i£*r
«ffu.i*rccte lor Live Stock. Cspadooi 'tuna W
-water*o ud supphsd witfl every cosveateLCo ta?
£wva opened o:. iau Use ud iu coauecUoat ud ere
snenUos If. paid tc their wacU. Ptots Harrlal/Uf;
vbero will be ioodC every conrecletice lot feeding r&
TefitciC.a choice 1b ottered ot the FBIIXDBLPHIrt
)trEW YOB&and SftLTZMOKB MARKRTt. Thll tr*
also be lousd the shortest, quickest wid rrott tint
route lot stock to New vork—ivu MJertowj—tr
with fever changer than say other.
ENOCH LKWIC, Oeal Bort. ftitooua. Fa.
L. L. EOTJFT. feea’iTicket great.FhiladelpMa.
H.H. HOUBTOS. Ocu'l yidgvt kjfffiV FhUada&a*
} DISSOLUTION. —The firm here-
S v J toforeexl tisg. under tlx naiuecf Jones. Perdue
ft BrnaU. *s t»'lo day C esolved by mutual c meeat.
lir I.N mtbec ncern.
Tbe bnalcrse will be o uooned to *dl iu breaches
byibr remalnlrc partner*,uadcriMfln^r^^^
Chicago,gept. Ist. 18GS. eeS-nSmrn
J’OKES & SMALL,
WEOLESALB AND DETAIL
Blank Book Manufacturers,
ISS Lake Street, Chicago.
. v. w joweh. »<-n piSifto
%_/ Annual E ale cf J. C. MAIIOKT’fI
CELEBRATEL BALIiUORE OkSfIRS.
Bavlce reortved th" « elusive acercy for t'« North,
win. we are prepered to sell at pnccathtt ukct
CoaiFEmiON. Draien acd couiuaM-n wiu Had it
tin ir interort to give n* a call, or btrufora clrcmar
before o: dertOß ehewbere
CaiuneUfilled and Warranted Every
ftH o'dm filled pros miy. Our motto la oppoeUfoa
® n oopoiy «nd bleh pnew. H. B aNBOIiB ft co M
119 Ranioirb aceet, F.O. Drawer C 216.
Semiring and ®rthangj.
UAJfK OF AMERICA.—PabIia
X) Notice 1b hereby Riven, that ah am* or CtmlaV
IncKote* of the
“BANK OF AMSEICi,"
Heretofore Incorporated and dote* business ts the etty
of CblafO.underthepenefal banking law* of the Stale
of ZUinoia, must be presented for payment to the Audi
tor of Public Accounts of said state, at his office. in
the city of Springfield within three yean from the
date hereof, or the funds deposited lor the redemption
of said notes will be given up to eald bank.
Dated this ath day of May. A, D. lasi
OBOBGX SMITH. President.
B. W. Wellard, cashier. lyzagiaftoiei-w
■yERMILYE & CO.,
No. 44 Wall St., New York,
0. S. FIFE-TWENTY BONDS
As lone as Issued by Government, at par and Interest.
CBKCEfI on City B* aka lecdreu inpayment,
INTEREST on BONDS to commence on day of da
Constantly on hand .for sale at market rate:
U. B. 6 Per Cent. Coupon Bond* of ista.
U. b. Certificates of indebtedness—lnterest payable
D. 8. Certificate* of Indebtedness—lnterest payab.e
Seven -Thirty Treasury Note*.
Maturing Certificates of Indebtedness collected or
Received in Payment of any of tbe above.
VERMILYE & CO.
■piRST NATIONAL BANK OF
X? CHICAGO.—This Institution, organized under
the National ban king Law. Is located at
£3 LABAUS STREET,
Capital, - - - - $250,000.
Is prepared to furnish the usual facilities to custo
mer* and correspondents. K. AIMS. President.
EDW B BKAIBTED. Cashier
Dxmcoro&s E. Aiken, BenJ-P. Hutchinson, John B.
Sherman. SaaT W. Allertcn, Byron Bice, BamT M
Nickerson. fiamlO. D. Howard. Tracy J. Bronson,
JJUTTSR, ENDICOTT & CO.,
Owner Lake And Clark streets*
A general banking bustneas transacted. jyl-g9Ol-Sa
■PROPOSALS FOR BUILDING
X. MATERIAL—SeaI'd propoialswQl be received
until 11 o’clock U. on Toes oat the cth of October, for
deUvcrirg at the site of the Eock Island Arsenal, the
following material, viz:
C COO perches Cut Stone.
SO COO feet White oak Lumber,
293 WO feet White Pine Lumber.
be tto same more or la*, for tne erection of the prin
cipal storehouse of tbe Bock Island Arsenal. Draw
ing* of the building maybe seen, and particulars as
to form* and duacnrioiie of stone, end bills ol lumber,
foenWied at the office of the undersigned
Eeparate bid* will be received for stone cut ready
for raying or for piece* In toe rough whl-h will cat
Intouvenelre< andforcntllngth**a p ae. Specimen*
sby Bby2 inches will accompany etch proposal, and
bictcr* w U: state when deliveries can commence.and
the time within wblch the whole can be deUveied.
Tbe lumber mast be of the beet quality, and cut and
squared to fell size*. Seasoned Oak wlii bn preferred
and bids may be made scpar&'elv or torcthAr, for G*k
and Fine, seasoned or otherwise, and will state la
what tin e tne wbrle c*n be famished. All OJ the
above tobe subject io Inspesticn by an agent of the
Tbe ability of the bidder t* fill the contract must be
guaranteed by tw_- resp rslble pereore. and tny bid
der ebtati l g a contract, must enter Into bonds with
net ices than two sureties la the penal aum ot ten
tboneanri dollars for the fiithfhl completion thereof.
Tta* richt t& refer* ed to eriect from each bid any ar
ticle a* tne price named therein, andalso to reject any
cr &11 blt-B.r It la not thought for the public Interest
to accept them. , . .
PfymcsTs will be made a* funds arc famished by
tbe Government—2s per c-nt, of the va r ue of the ma
terial or labor, being retained cn each Installment,
until the contract is completed.
Proposals meat be addressed to Msjcr C. P. Elscs
bury. x>aver port. lowa, and Irdortcu*' Proposals for
Btone.” “For Catting Bt>to/*qr **Kor Lumber,*'as
-f. KIS iSBOBT.
Ma|or of Ordnance.
Davctport.lowa.Bept.l9.l£63. ss2l-nl&6t mwAf
pROSALS FORFRESH BEEF.
The ucdertfgned will receive eealel proposals
for lopplj lag ireab beeffor truer* and prisoners of
war at tto Military Prison oa Bock Island, Illinois,
for the months cf October and November. ISCS, at
Office of the Hock Island Sense.Bock Islae&.l.Unols.
until toon cf sicuaty, Octiber sin. 1333. at wUch
time ILc bids will be opened.
Tne beef tnrnlebtd most be of soul and whole
voice Quality, sock aels requir'd by Herniations of
Ui lied bt-tes Army, and In equal p-oporilons of fore
and Had quarters, necks and shanks excluded.
T1 e bet-r contractor* will be required to ent up tee
beef at.dbmelt at srid camp upon the order mere
lor, ptren bv nndenlgned to cimpanies. squads, de
tachments, orreelmetu.andicubt be issuedatanch
times and in such quantities as the undersigned may
names ol two responsible persons as f uretles
will accompany «ch bid, and bidders be present at
theo* vein* cf tbs bid* . , . ,
The unde:signed reserve the rh.Lt to reject any. or
“bmSmsw. -PIOPOBI. i»fFr«h®«r- 4CO _
Hock Wa* d, HL. September 28lh. 1363.
CUBSISTENCE OFFICE, U. S.
U ■ATtMV, No. W SOUTH STKXBT.I
BAtTtMOXX.AId. SCot.2lft.lS6S. t
SEALED PBOFObaLS ik DOPUOtTx are respect
fully invited by the undersigned. uttU 12 m. TUES
DAY, October 6*h, 13CS for furnishing the UnUed
State* Subsistence Department, delivered la BaiU
1A(0 BBLS. NEW MESS OS PRIME MStS POKE,
(which to re elated), to be fill salted, (200 pounds
meat; in foil hooped cak barrels, wltnt wo Iron hoops,
meal to bo ires from rust or stain end to be repacked
within tMrtydays of delivery. To be delivered In
ten (10; dajß from date of contract. Six barrels of
Ft rk most be presented asa sample of the Port to bo
df Uvtrtd cn this contrast, which will be retained un
til thedellvenr ,
ItOIOO LBff NEW WINTER SMOKED BACON
SIDES. to be put up each piece in a separate slip, or
wrapper cover. To be packed In tight tierces, to be
delivered m ten no> d»*s. „ t
2T5 000 LPS. NEW SUGAR CUBED HAMS, (brand
to be stated), pot up In separate slips or wrapper
covers, and TM Ckcdln ham lo be delivered
In lots cf 50.000 fts. every five (5) days, one tierce
of hams must be presented t* a cample of the hams
to be delivered on this contract, vnlsh will be re
tslceourtinbe delivery la made. . . _
Plank torn • for pro.-csait can be had on applica
tion at this office, either in person, by mall, or tele
certificate attached to the proposal must be
ot this adTCT
tlHmtnt pasted at Its beta, and mnat be specie In
-PtopomU far EuMrt
cut part of the article- , , . .
Blocers who can lurtlsh the proper arllclcs, but
reed an met ease cl time can state the time when
they can be ready icrtredelvery.
PcriOEt net havtac the precise variety ot Stores
above described, but ha nog articles cf a slmUar
ku d. art at liberty to cetd la r-ropotais for supply!-*g
U«m. wtlc'a will receive anentlan to once
utd tiCsptatiou to the wants cf the texnes. Io all
ctrte sot sperlsßy the delivery must be
fpecified. ia case ol failure, the
Utlttd Sul b reseivts the right of c*se
where to make up tte deficiency, cha-glnj the ad
vsnee paid ever cun tract price to the partyfaUag to
C AnVoret win be carefully inspected and compared
-Hb the rewted‘■aspics Returns of weights Sigu
rd b> a repular puollc weigher, must be furnished
whenever required. „ ,
Certificates of lofapecd n by professional packers
cr Itfrecioit. ojhtr than the party fornishiug tue
in CTltlon*. will oe required for meats, certify tag on
the ran of the se-ler. their present quality and con
d ticn and the immediately piecadleg inspection.
TLe meals will also be eiacl:ed and naseed upon
by p»ttles from Uls offles ot the part of the United
are expected to hold their goods with
ert txpa.se to the United States until required for
to be made after the dtlwcry of tha
st< res 11 lunui are os band- 1: nose on hand, to ue
made ai soon as received . , . .
Eschpeson or every acmhrr of a firm, offering a
prepcea-. murtacconpacylt by &u oath of aliegi v ca
to itc United Matrs Government If he bai not al
Tuadv fi eo cnelt this office In addition thereto a
ceitlCcite will be required vcttrng fort i that the arti
cles offered the Government. U' f’er tae above adver
tisement. cltfcei belong to tbe party biadlrr or are to
he T.njcharco or received by then of 1 yal citizens for
delivery to the United Government.
Bids must be legible and tae numbers must be
written as w ell as exrwsjsd by figures
All. 3<n>B NOT OOMPLVIFO BTE:CTJ.T WITH TH*
TrjxaoFaaiß ADTXimM«BT wFtnnsmjscna>.
JdOs. C. BDLLIvA*-,
MOSS. GlßAC—Professor of
XtX the FhI'NCH L \ S'GTTAGE. !h tht TjQl.erfUy
o! U, Mary s of the Lake. wi‘l commfl’ice Ws ficnool
or the freicb Ltncnfege, IcrLaoies andGsnueaen.
On the Ist of Oct., Next,
At?o'clockp.ir M every Wednesday and Sstordty.
atU-ebtsiloingol corner cl Wolcntt
andCupcrlorstrceu Bowllicive.a!sn. on rale les
•osh. to M.A.
liblULB. Attomev at Law, Useonlc Temple, Dearborn
Bi-ert, asd to the President cf said Uslrer<y.
'T'ROy FEMALE SEMINARY.
JL Thl* IcstUctloa offers the oecamulated odvoa
t*Cf« of City ;eo!i ot socceMfni operoffoa. Every
UdJty u provided for a thorough conrte of tuetu
aod ornamental education, norter the direction of a
coTpaol more than twenty nrfffe«ors and teachers
For circulars apply to JOEN H, WILLABD. Troy
New York. scSatfSw
O ALI.QWAY & CO.—Packers,
VX FrovtslonDefilera and Genera!
OCce 190 South Water street. Board of Trade Bogdlnc
Webave a large Stock cl Biseked Hams and Shoal
sen. both enear aod plain ennag. canvassed and un
saovaaed. which we offer at low market rates. Or
icrsreapectfhlly solicited from ibe city and coontry
We buy end sell lor others every description of Fro
luce and Provisions. We pay the highest market
orlcc for Cracklings. GALLOWAY A CO.
A LBERT MORSE & CO.,
50. IS South Water street. (Aiken's BnlldlngJ
pw uwsir.Mf confined ConmlalozL_sS
£BIEL AKIN & CO.,
lE6 Booth Weter street Liberal advances mads os
flour. Grain and Frovlslona, to he sold here or bx
WM-A- BBOYrN ft CO. Hew York.
A, ITTT. ), fi. EDU£Ct
pENIBTON & CO.,
* comnssioN iebkchanxs,
Sxmzsosa:— Ke«yra.Fage.iacbardson ft
Middleton ft Co M New York.
Snow ft Bargees, do.
Johcstou ft Barley, do.
each advances made on conslcmnent* of Provisions
to the above bouse by
BKNUT KTLWABD ft CO.
delc-jiK* js rtreet, Chicago.
■JSSJ* FAIRBANKS* STANDARD
||P* 4 SCALES,
/ ° f Bizei
Fairbanks, Greenleaf & Co.,
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FBIDATi OCTOBER S. ISB3.
BANQUET TO THE RUSSIAN
Speeches of the BnssianAdmiral.
EUSSIA GEEETS THE UNITED
A grand banquet was given on Monday
cvclng last, at the Metropolitan Hotel, New
Yoik, to the officers of the Russian fleet at
present in our waters. During the banquet,
which was of a first rate order, the band
played “Yankee Doodle,” “The Star
Spangled Banner,” and “God save the Czar”
—national airs which were duly honored by
After tbe removal ot the cloth, Mr. Esds
proposed tbe health ot the Emperor of all
the Russlas, as one whose virtues he felt to
tally incompetent to express—one who had
shown himself in the march of human pro
gress far ahead of all others—one whose sa
gacity, whose statesmanship and whose
many Christian virtues filled not only his
own land, but the whole world with his
The company rose responsive to the toast,
anddionk it with all tbe honors, while the
bund again played “ God Save the Emperor,”
which was received with enthusiasm.
SPEEQH OF TUB RUSSIAN ADMIRAL.
Admiral Llsovskl responded in broken hut
easily intelligible English. He said:
GsNTXxarcN: I regret very much that I cannot
express as I would wish the feelings of gratitude
which the speech of our friend. Hr. Eads, has pro
duced on all of us. The praise which he gave to
our Empei or is really deserved by him. (Cheers.)
Be is certainly not only the benefactor of his sub
jects; he is the friend of mankind. (Cheers.)
From what he has already done, and what he is
doing every day, he is certainly entitled to the
same surname which once a Roman Emperor
claimed—“ The Delight of Hanklud.” No less
true to our dicarts the feelings of. sympathy and
friendship which American citizens have mani
fested to us. (Cheers.) I assure you, gentlemen,
that from the beginning of these difficulties of
yours, oar people nave followed with deep inte
rest, and, at the same time, with sorrow, the trials
throceh which you are passing; but wc expect
that the talents and energy of the heroes, who
have already made themselves immortal, will save
your country. (Applause.) I propose the health
of the person to whom the American people have
entrusted at this time their future. Let os, gen
t.tmeD, drink to the health of the President of tbe
United States. (Cheers and shouts of “ Bravo.”)
nrwmWß OP MB. MITCHELL.
Mr. Mitchell was next called to his feet.
He raid he had been talking at dinner to his
neighbor, a Russian officer, and, alluding to
tbe stay of the squadron here, tne officer sold,
they would not be in a hurry. We might
have tbe gratification of seeing the squadron
here not only for weeks and months, but un
til the fight was over. He would suggest to
them to T»>e lessons now with the "view of
establishing a first-class hotel in St. Peters
burg, like that kept hy the Messrs. Leland,
and a morning newspaper like one which his
modesty forbade him mentioning. He pro
posed as a toast, “ The Russian Empire, with
all the modem improvements.”
PETER TBE GREAT AND GEOROE WASHINGTON.
General TValbridge—Allow me to propose
“ lie memory of Peter the Great, the found
er of the Hussion Fmtire, and ol George
Washington, the founder of the American
Republic—may their memories he Immortal.”
Mr. Parke Godwin, the nest speaker, refer
red in happy terms to the friendship existing
between Russia and the United States.
ANOTHER PATRIOTIC SPEECH PROM AD MI RAT.
The Russian Admiral, again rising, said:
I think, gentlemen, that Hr. Godwin has given
the true meaning of the feeling which anl.-na’es
Russians at the present time—l do not mean the
Itmeiaub from onr squadron, but tbcpeople gener
ally in Russia. The Emperor, from the beguming
of Lie reign, eonght only peace. Qe diminished
tbc army and navy and stopped the work on the
fortifications, and the people of Russia gave them
selves to peat cfal pursuits. Russia did not think
of war. She desired the prosperity of herself and
of all the world. France and England and every
other nation. Rot I believe it to be the duty of
every people to defend its integrity—(cheers)—
either to live as a nation or to die There is no
middle ground. I hope that the present circum
stances will end peacefully; but, let what will hap
pen, the same people who felt so peaceful a short
time ago arenow ready for any sacrifice; and, just
as we could see Hoecow homed, so shall we not
shrink from burning St. Petersburg if necessary.
(Applause.) If foreign nations are for pesce with
ns. we shall receive It on honorable terms, and
blessour God for that peace. (Cheers.)
REMARKS OF ADMIRAL FABRAGCT.
AdmirnlParragntroseto respond to a toast.
He said hehna to analogize for his appear
ance among them, lie had been attending to
business in the Navy Yard when he learned
that his worthy host was giving a dinner to
the Russian officers. Dressed as he was he
felt it his duty to be present; for he desired
to meet the officers of the Russian navy, even
though he had not on the wedding garments.
He Lad met one of these gentlemen before,and
had had the pleasure of entertaining himat his
own borne in California many years ago. It
was then and there that he first felt the strong
sympathy of Russians toward this country.
**IHAT BRAVE OLD SALAMANDER.”
AdmiralLisovski, again rising, said: I de
sire to express my profound thanks, and the
homage of my brother officers here, to Admiral
Farragut, who has filled the world with the
renown of American arms, and who is famil
iar to his own countrymen—(excuse me, Ad
ttirul)—us 11 as that brave, old Salamander.
[Loud laughter and applause.]
IMPORTANT FROM MISSISSIPPI
*JV OLD LADY'S KEVJEXGE.
[From the Memphis Bulletin, 27th.]
A friend latt week—a refugee from Attala
county, ilisrktippl—obliged us with some of
bis experience of the past year in Central
Mississippi. Will ibe uniter of the next
generation believe & tithe of the stories with
•which these exiles and fugitives are charged ?
Will It be credited that in this nineteenth
century, and In a country where three years
ago people were free, such crimes can be per*
petrated under the name of the law and yet
the indignation of the civilized world not bs
heaped upon the government that sanctions
them ? Yet the facta are as well established
as any facts out of which human history is
woven. The statements come from men
whose honor is impeachable, whose word has
never been broken, whose faithful oaths are
registered in heaven.
The enforcement of the odious, accursed,
thrice luteful conscription law is the prolific
source of all thes-c horrors. A scapegrace
styled Lieutenant Davis, a recruiting olfleer
lorßracg’s division, Is at Ibe head of forty
part of a large mounted detachment,
detached for the same pnr£o?e, Is barreling
the county of Attila and cont'guons counties,
and hunting down the unfortunate subjects
of the conscription law with bloodhounds—
actually with bloodhounds. When we rscol*
lect the reproaches passed upon Geo. Zachary
Taylor for the mere suspicion of using dogs
in pursuit cf Indians and the Indiaulzed ne
groes, we can only marvel at the facility with
which a community can be gagged and bound
Our infermaut hnj a nepbewwhu was con
scripted. Upon attempting to escepo he was
pursued and captured by the aid of blood*
hounds. An incident relating to the use of
dogs occurredin Attala county. A lady whose
but band and sons were in the army, was dry
ing come beef upon a scaffold when she heird -
tbe baying ot a pack of hounds. Determined
to have her revenge, even though she lost
her meat, she sprinkled strychnine over it.
The dogs came up. Their owners threw over
the scaffold that the dogs might feed. Thir
teen of them died on the spot. The riders in
their wrath, burned tbe woman's house and
property and left her there with the dead
The conscripts who are hiding in the
swamps of Pearl River, adopt tbe finesse of
tbe remaining negroes in putting spirits of
turpentine, onions, red pepper, etc., in their
shoes to conceal the scent from the dogs.
Tbe remorseless nature of the conscription
law is seen In the reply made the other day
by a physician to a man who had served and
had been ditcb&rged for inability. In reply
to the question, whether he could or not be
discharged, the doctor said, “No; there is no
more oiscnarglng until the hair slips, and
then, possibly, you shall have a grave ! n -
The Confederate parlies were lately in force
at Kosciusko and Richland. Owing to the
misconstruction of au order of Gen. Grant’s,
settlers were moving their families and ne
groes cast cf Pearl river, leaving their dwell
ings standing. Last week all the rebel forces
moved eastward to the support of B'agg.
It is understood that Gen. Hooker, late
ccmmander of the Army of the Potomac, has
been appointed to the command of that col*
nmn of the army in Tennessee lately under
Gen. Bornside, and that (Barasldo’s resigna
tion haying been accepted) “ Fighting Joe”
has accepted the appointment. Well done.
The country will recognize the patriotism of
Gen. Hooker in this matter. He does not
stand upon questions of rank or dignity, but
his readiness to serve the countarriees above
all such paltry considerations. We are sure
that he will be welcomed by the soldiers of
his new command as the man to repeat with
them in Tennessee and Georgia his brave ex*
ploits on the Richmond Peninsula, at Manas
sas and at Antletam. If a hundred thousand
men are beyond Ids grasp, he has shown that
with twenty or thirty thousand be can do as
much as any in an’in the army. We commend
his example to his brother officers, of high
and low degree, and we wish him the fullest
sue cess.— K. Y. Jftrald. #
Eventful History of a Soldier Woman,
[From the Grand Rapids Eagle.]
Mrs. Frances Louisa Clayton called at the
Provost-Marshal’6 office, in this city, Thurs
day, with letters from officers, to procure a
paf s to her home In Minnesota. Mrs. Clayton
enlisted, as a private, with herhnsbaud, in a
Minnesota regiment, some two years since.
She was Inßosecrans* army, and did lull duty
as a soldier nearly a year before her sex was
discovered. While in the army, the better to
conceal her sex, she learned to drink, smoke,
chew, and swear with the best, or worst, of
the soldiers. She stood goard, went onpicket
duly, in rain and storm, and fought on the
fltla with the rest, and was considered a good
At the battle of Stone River, while making
a charge, her hatband was instantly killed by
a ball, just five paces in front of her, in the
front rank.* She charged over his body in the
fear line, driving the rebels with the bayonet,
but was toon struck with a ball In tbe hip, and
conveyed to the hospital, where her sex was,
of course, discovered. On recovering suffi
ciently to travel she was dl&harged, on the
od of January last, and sent North. On the
•ray between Nashville and Louisville, a guer
rilla party attacked tbe train, and robbed her
of ber papers, money, &c. After reaching
home ana [recovering from her wounds, Mrs.
Cm} ton Eta’Ud for the army again, to recover
the papers belonging to ber husband, but was
tuintd back at Louisville, and ordered home.
By u intake her pas* carried her to Kalamazoo
inttead of Chicago, and she was compelled to
apply .to the Rrovoft Marshal there, who sent
her through this way.
Shf if a very tall, masculine looking woman,
bronzed hy exposure to the weather, and
attracted univeraalattenUon hyher masculine
stride in walking, erect and soldierly carriage,
aid generally outre appearance. Some soldiers
following her ra’Lcr too familiarly, Thursday
evening, she drew a revolver and promptly
scattered tbe crowd. She was recognized as
an old acquaintance by tbe keeper of an eat*
ing house on Monroe street, who knew her
before her marriage, and knew of ber disap
pearance, when her husband enlisted, and who
provided food and shelter lor her Thursday
Bcbrl Testimony to the Bflcct of the
In a plain letter to Governor Seymour, Pe
ter Cooper, oi New York, relates the follow
ing as having been told him by Provost
Marshal Dean, ot St. Louie, iu support of au
asteriionthat “the proclamation of freedom,
has done more to weaken the rebellion and
prevent foreign recognition than any other
measure that could have been adopted:”
“ On bis late visit to my house, he informed
me that he bad brought on a large number of
rebtl officers atd men to be exchanged at
Portress Monroe. Daring their pa-sage he
took the opportunity to auk the officers in a
body wl a*, tfleet tbe Presidents p reclamation
of freedom hid produced in tbe South. Their
reply was to use their own vulgar mode of
expression) that “ it played hell with ’hem ”
Dr. Dean then asked them how that could be
possible since the negroes cannot read! To
which one of them replied that one of his
negroes , told him of the proclamation five
dajs before he heard it any other way Others
said their negroes gave them their first infor
mation ot the prcclamation. One ot these
officers then said with a deflant air that if we
would only leave them their corn, their bacon
and their hou-espun, which their negroes pro
duced, they would fight us twenty years.”
Tlic Russian. Fleet at Now Torlc.
[From the Spirit of the Times.)
The movement is iustUntad simply in pre
ecivatiou of the ebipa theimielves. The secret
of the whole natter is, thut about two months
ago, Rutela expected to be attacked by France
and England; aud, sbonid this have happen
ed endcenly, a large portion of the Russian
fleet, which would bo in excess for the local
eeivice cf the Mediterranean and Baltic,
would have been locked up and lost to Russia
till the war was over. She, therefore, de
cided to gather together all she dll
not requite iu those waters, and send
them, as speedily as possible, to the
friendly harbors of this country, perhaps to
be used along with our monitors and cruisers,
2n the very probable event of an alliance, of
fensive and defensive, between herself and
ns. TLls was a shrewd calculation oath? part
of the Russian Government, and as nnmis
takably indicative of its involuntary f leadll
ness, as was the quick expression of its sym
pathy, so shockingly rebuffed by Mr. Saward,
at the outset of tne war. Instead, therefore,
ot receiving Greek shells and ponderous iron
balls from the Russian frigates, we may look
for nothing more dangerous than quarter
deck receptions from onr Russian friends,
and responsive balls or 41 assemblies” at the
Irving and Academy, iu the Russian honor.
Such conitesy from us will be more judi
ciously bestowed than it was in the cose of
the Prince ot Wales; for the very arrival of
the Russian fleet In our waters is, in itself,
evidence of a virtually existing alliance be
tween the Great Empire and the Great Re
Tire Colored Troops.
[Washington Dispatch to N. Y. Times.)
The numerical strength of the colored regi
ments actually in the field is somewhat over
20,000 men—lets than has been generally sup
posed. This number does not include color
ed men who have been regularly enlisted in
the service, and now employed as teamsters,
and in various other capacities by the Gov
ernment. The number so employed is about
25,000. The skeleton regiments scattered
throughout the country, (principally in the
Southwest) are being rapidly recruited to
their maximum standard, and before the cud
cf the } ear it is estimated that the Govern
ment will have 80,000 negro soldiers In the
field. It is the opinion of eminent military
men here, that colored regiments will form
the basis of our future armies, and that the
Government will rely mainly on colored
troops to finish up the rebellion.
—M. fio Pereiguy has been made a duke, in
testimoDy of regard for services rendered by
him to the Emperor Xapoleon.
—Sleepirg-pews in churches—after the
sleeping-care on railroads—is the latest inno
—A slice oflcmon in your tea, ladles, in the
evening, will prevent the beverage from pro
—A newspaper has lately been started In
Berne, in the German language, advocating
the cause of the northern States of America.
A Swiss physician, Dr, 'Wlttenbach, who has
lived in New York many y ears, is the princi
—Two handsome monuments have been
erected to Ada, Lord Byron’s daughter, and
Vhconut Tischain, hie grandson* the former
being pUccd in Newstoad Abbey, and the lat
ter in the parish chncrh of Ripley, Surcey.
They are both Gothic monuments of white
Catiara marble, are most elaborately carved,
and are surmounted with the arms o$ the
—TheSan Francisco Homing Call says;
From a private letter shown us yesterday, by
a gentleman in this city, dated at Santa Eli
genla, August Cth, we see that the hero of
Winchester is propelling with great vigor into
the mountains ot Alapa, day and night, with
a strong force ot Mexican miners. He is also
at work on a new lead lately discovered,
nbich, from present appearances, (says the
writer,) outcounts anything we have heard ol
from that district. We arc glad to find the
General fortunate in his new enterprise,
which will be appreciated by his numerous
friends in this city, but more especially by
those interested in the (a Consolacion.”
—The Louisville Journal prints the follow-
ing circular of the rebel Colonel Hamilton,
the authenticity of which it vouches for:
Hbad Qrs Hamiltoss Dattauox 1
ToaisiNsviLLE, Kv., Sept. 7,1563. f
Gentlemen and Soldiert '
I now Give notice to all Concerned that the prin
ciple of Burning Must be Stopt as I am Ordered to
retaliate In Every rcepects. Let ns fight not Make
War on the Women and Children I an Boundly
B opposed to Burning & Flanders But lam com*
tiled to retaliate therefore I am Desirous teal the
online and Pillageine May be Stopt if It Does
not Stop I will Certainly Retaliate I Certainly
Regard Citizens if the Citizens of the South is
Respected. _ ~ „
I am year Humble Scrvt
O. P. Hamilton*,
Col Comdg M Cavelry.
—There is a good story “going the rounds, 1 *
at the expense of a Canadian billiard player*
who was unlucky enough to be the ‘*chaai
-1 ion of the cue 11 in his vicinity. Folly appre
ciating Lis own abilities, he went to Detroit to
liy his band with Seertitcr. On “banking”
for the first shot, Seerciter won, took hit cue,
counted, and continued to count until the
ijamewas finished, the astonished Canadian
cokirg on with mingled admiration and won
cer. At the conclusion ol the game the for
eign gentleman was about leaving the room,
crest lallen, and the conceit entirely taken out
of him, when the boy, who tends the tables,
politely informed him that he had a small
account to settle for the game just played.
The Jellow was taken somewhat by surprise,
but soon collected his scattered senses, and
with lie remark that hadn't pUyed any
billiards, and const qnen'ly wouldn't pay, left
the loom, amid the uproarious liughter'ot
—Tbe following account of an extraordia
aiy French telegraphic invention is given by
tbe Paris corrkspondcnt of the London Star:
“The Abbe Casselli’e pantelegraph is taken np
by the Government. A ‘project of a law'
was recently presented to the Corps Legisla
tor, which proposes that it should supersede
chc Morse apparatus now in universal use.
the pantelegraph is one of the greatest scien
tific wonders of the present day. It Is prop
erly enough termed here an antograph and
amateur. A dispatch written at Paris is re
produced without the assistance of any clerk
at Marseilles with the most rigorous fidelity,
as is also a portrait, sketch, or drawing of
any kind. Nor does the CaesellTs apparatus
need to great a supply of electricity as that
of Morse, and is much less affected by the
condition of the atmosphere. The Empress
baa lately had her likeness telegraphed to
some of her friends in the provinces; and.
last week, Casselli telegraphed a painting ol
a lull blown rose from the observatory to the
bureau of the telegraphic administration.
The petals were of a beautiful pink color, and
the leaves of an equally good green; in short,
were exactly like the tints of the original.
Rossini, also, not many days ago, telegraphed
to Marseilles, by this apparatus, a melody
which he improvised in honor of the invent
or, and which has since gone the rounds of
the Paris salons.”
A sale of rare United States coins was
made last week at New York. A dolllarof
1704 sold for $45: one of
1888, $35: one of 1839, S4O; one of 1851.
$47 50: one of 1852, $33. A half-dollar of 1790
brought $25.50; one of 1797, $10; one of
1807. $10.50; one of 1803, $8.50; one of 1809,
$6. A quaittr dollar of 1796 was sold for $18;
one oflßo4 for $10; one of 1823 for S3O; one
of 1827 for $225. A dime of 1797 brought
$8.60; A ball-dime of 1801 was sold for $7;
one of 1803 brought the same price £ another
specimen, described as poor, $4.20; one of
1805 brought $13.50; one of 1633—a rare va
riety—brought $7. cent of 1793 was sold tor
s3l; ore ol 1799 for sls; oneoflß23forsls;
one of 1829 for S2O. A half cent of 1703
brought $8; one of 1796, s4l; one of 1843,
$108; oneoilß43, sl2; one of 1844, $10; one
of 1847, $lO5
Doling the recent fire at the Old Serag
lio of Constantinople, a jewel disappeared to
which the Tuiks attach great importance.
It was an amulet, formerly the property of
Mahomed 11, and supposed to contain a
&bxed of the prophet’s garment, Abdul-Me
jld bad given it to one cf his favorite wives
shortly before his death, and the present Sal
tan, soon after his accession, had demanded
its return, but the lady, who constantly wore
it about her person, had always fonnd some
pretext for retaining it. In tbe harry and
confusion attending the fire she lost the amu
let, and gave notice of the fact to tbe police
authorities. An active search was Instituted
and the misting jewel was at last discovered
in the pocßtsaon of a hammal , or street por
ter, who declared that he bad found it in the
street, where it bad probably been dropped
by some person who Ladstolcn It. The mm
was bastinadoed, but ho persisted in hi# ato
2, and as hla assertions were supported by
e testimony of several other ha annals, he
was ultimately set at liberty.
25?” A late San Francisco learns
on “reliable authority,” that Abraham Lin
coln, the President of the United States, was
received with his family, 1“to the Catholic
Church in the year 1553, at La Salle, Illinois.
Rev. Father Baho, now Pastor at Los Ange
les, accepted from Mr. Lincoln a renunciation
of his previous errors, and administered to
him and family the Sacrament of baptism.
We would be pleased (says the J/omfor,) to
huow when Mr, Lincoln relapsed into Pro
It is a pleasing peculiarity of the Milesians
to claim every great or good man as a native
of the begs. Undoubtedly the above is .the
firet step towards claiming the President as
■JJKION PACIFIC RAILWAY.
1,000 laborers Wanted.
The urderslfrued. contractors for the construction
of the Union P&cmc Railway, want laboiers laime
*j.he Highest Wages Paid, and Regu
larly, 31.50 per day.
CoErrtrat OTEBSEEUB. with a Hilary or tons
ysvto 7KOper month.
Tte board being from Ss to 4s per day.
Everyman win beentltkd to A HOMESTEAD OP
lOOACkhB.In apalnbrttusclimate, with onaulating
land, which will become wenb Lorn $lO to 115 an
acre as soon as the railroad passes through that sec
tion of the country.
Continual employment guaranteed.the work hav
irg slnadj commenced at Leavenworth and Wyan
Laborers not liiely to be Drafted,
A, the (mots cf tie Stats ofXsssuli already motl
than tun. aiUCEL HA.U.ST & 00.
Leaver worth Forms, August 12, 1663. _
Apply to J. H. PALM. Agent, National Bank. No. E
Bonin j;laik et.. Chicago, Jli, sell-m3lfl-13C
ERAST US OOEHINQ- & 00.,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS,
No*. 451 and 453 Broadway} Albany,
Will continue the Hardware Bnslneu as heretofore,
and Invite the aUMtUon ot Merchants to the large and
well selected ate ck of
Foreign andDomo&tlc Shelf Hardway#
For the FALL TRADE,
Embracing everything desirable to make the stock of
amerctact complete, and wb.ch they are prepared to
oiler st the low ut n.aiket prices for Cash nr Approved
Credit. Merchants will cor suit their interest by ex
amining rur Floes before purchasing.
N. B.—Particular attention given to the elocution
Of orders KRASTUB CORNING & CO..
Wholesale Dealers it Shelf Hardware,
seS-mSM-lm <sl and 453 Broad ware. Albany.
H. W. HINSDALE & C 0. s
Have removed to their New store,
48 & 50 South Water St.,
Corner of Wabash Ave., Chicago 111,
n.W HINSDALE. 8. SIDLST. J, W. STANLEY
USED ON ANT KEBO3KHE LiMP
Without Obscuring the Light.
Will wsrm food for tbe baby, heat water or steep
kerbs, etc..for the sick, make water hoc for ahi vine
ortoedy. cook a few oysters, bell or fry eges. make
tea crcoffeo. toast bread, etc., etc.. In less time and
expense than by ary other means known. Also a
For lighting lamps without removing tbe chimney.
FOB SALE AT
Lamp and Oil Store, 122 Clark St.
tess nsos 1W GKO. G. POPE.
WOODEN WARE, BROOKS,
Pails, Brushes, Kats, Twines, Cordage,
Tubs, Chums, Cradles,
Wssono, Chains, SlasUets. &CJ
16 FUITOK ABB 202 FEONT-3T.
r H. REED & CO.,
” " IMPORTERS and jobbers op
DRUGS AM CHEMICALS,
140 Lake Street, Chicago, XU,
Also, deal largely In
Faints, Oils, 'Window-Glass, Glass*
ware, Horning Oils, Kerosene,
Soap*ltK alters’ Stock, manu
facturers’ Goods, &0.,
Which we Offer ot prices favorable to Western Met
ebaxta and Manufacturers.
J. H. Bran, ITI Pearl street. N.T.?
D. A. liUEtmuT. Chicago. 5 salS mTQS-ti
QTEAU SAW MILL AND PINE
O LANDS FOB SALE. We offer for sola about
6,000 ACRES OF PINE LANDS,
on STCKGEON IUVE3. G:esn Bay, with STEAM
fi* w >iT,.T. in tnißl».p order. vlth all the building#
aid oarsotal oropoTty xo;u.site to tbe business TOO
property will ba soli at a great bargain to a resposal
bieparty wishloKtocasagaltthe manuiastarmx of
Lumber, If applied (or soon.
ELKINS ft MERRILL.
ie27 c«2-lw_ Chicago, in.
A VALUABLE MILL PROP
embracing a four story stone Flouring U3l. cccUla
irefonrrnn cf etoce. oie Double Coes* Merchant
toil and two single cnttois, do. with roperlcr clean
ing works, ard sppurtcrtrees of afrttclassmlU.
The mill Is located at New Milictd on the Elshwau*
k'eltivcr. six miles soa»h of Hertford Tte supplj
of water is abundant at all eeasosa to drive three
s °Tbc rnmand water power, tegetber with 400 acr«
ol land, dwelling tesement houses, store building
b’ackfmlih ihop.honetarn. large cattle barn. etc.
*2 l e u 111 and water power wl Ibe sold separate from
tin: l«r cs and other property if desired. Price for the
whole. K5 OCO: for tne mill and water power. 118 ox,
Famine Land# or City property, taken In pan pay
c ent He bettor place c*a bo found for feeding stock.
100 bead of cattle and iSO tegs can be bought with
r A?ifrcM C.B. JOnKSOK. Kow MCfotd. WliaebKJ
ctrar ly. J!L. cr D. K. PBAIisON, US K»n>>o;ph«"«.
Hartford f'ire imsur.
ARCS COMPANY. Hartford, Cota.
Assets May Ist, 1883, 51,135,320.60.
Income Icrgcrttan that of cny American Company
whese basinets Is exclusively U-at of
Office ofWestern Department, embracing Ohio, In
diana Michigan. Ill’ools Wisconsin. lowa Minnesota,
MUbooxl. Aaosaa.Ncbiaaka and Bcuthwcstem States,
122 Clark-st, Chicago, Dl.
Agencies in an principal towns and cities. An
losscs in Western Department settled through this
G. F. BISSEIL, General Agent.
Agency for Chicago and vicinity with HUBBABD ft
HUNT, comet ol Clark and South Water streets.
pOBURN & MABRS,
AMERICAN AND FOREIGN
Patent Lawyers and Solicitors,
Office Ho. 11 Larmon Block. Chicago. IQ., corner of
Clark and Washington ctreets.
Agencies at Washington, and in all tbe principal
countries in Europe. Circulars containing fall in*
structloDMo Inventors graMs on application.
Colic t Patents, conduct Interference?, aadpraet'ce
In the Courts In Infringement cases. se2la2o3lm
17L0UIU FLOUR! I FLOURUI
X We are daily receiving tbe following choice
WHITE WINTER WHEAT FLOUR.
PLANT’S, fit. Louis. VENUS. Bt, Loots.
ST. GEORGE, St. Louis. BO OTHERS ClTY.BtLcuil
STANDARD, * ORIENTAL.
GILLHSPIB, PLYMOUTH ROCK, M
CREAM. Bt. LOUls. STAR OP VIBDBN.
ECLIPSE.** • STAR OP THE WEST.
GILBERT. UPDIKE ft CO..
scß m523-ln • 20 Laaalla street.
CTEAMENGINE —Anew Steam
15 hr SO Inch Cylinder,
FIFTY HORSE POWER,
Wlthafly*wheel. beater, fotce pumps, check valve,
counter ebalts and polltca belonging to It. for sale
C ‘‘ C * P- W SANFORD B. FEBBT,
sel7-m£74-lin 101 Waihlngton street.
GALT, SALT, SALT,
At the Agency of tbe
Salt Company of Onondaga.
Course. Pine. Dairy and Ground Solar Salt.
< in quantities to suit.
Orders ScUclicd and Promptly Filled.
Office 182# South YFater-et,, Ohlctgo*
E. BCASItIISr, .A-gent,
p ENT’S LINEN COLLARS,
WHOLESALE AT LOW PRICES.
78 Randolph. Street, (XJp-Stairs.)
iel3-sG62-im GOODRICH ft LAWSON.
fi' OB AGCO D E ALDUS.
A CASEY & CO.,
Wholesale Tobacco Dealers,
n Dearborn street, between Sooth Water and, Lake
rpHE MUTUAL LIFE INSUR-
I AHCB 00.. ot New York. F. 8. Winston. ProC
dent. Cash Assets February Ist, 1858.
- o C3ONKHITE, General Agent fbr Northern ant
CentjaUlHtcls.No. CClaik-st H Chicago. ]eil-gBS-U
** Asmlle vat was on her Up, health was la her look,
atretgthwa* a her step end la her haaita—Plantation
Afcw bottles ot Plantation Bitters
Will core Nervous Headache.
** Cold Extremities and FeverishLlpa.
* Soar Stomach and Fetid Breath.
" Flatulency and Indigestion.
" Nervous affections.
'* Excessive Fatigue and Short Breath, .
M Pain over the Brea.
* Mental Despondency.
** FroEtration: Great Weakness.
*' Sallow Complexion, Weak Bowels, fte.
Which are the evidences of
LIVER COMPLAINT AND DYSPEPSIA.
It is estimated thataevsn tenths of all adult ailments
proceed from a diseased and torpid liver. The biliary
secretions of the liver overflowing into the stomach
polion the entire system and exclblt the above symp
After long research, we are able to present the most
remarkable cure for these horrid nightmare diseases,
the world has ever produced. Within one year over
six hundred and forty thousand persons have taken the
Plantation Bitters, and not an Instance of complaint
has come to our knowledge t
It is a most effectual tonic and agreeable stimulant,
suited to all conditions of life.
The repoitslhatlt rellee upon mineral substances
lor its active properties, are wholly false, For the
public satisfaction, and that patients may consult their
physicians, we append a list of Us components.
Calisaya Bark— Celebrated for over two hundred
years In the treatment of Fever and Ague. Dyspepsia.
Weakness. Ac. It was Introduced Into Europe by the
Countess, wlfb of the Viceroy of Peru. In 1610, and af
terwards cold by the Jesuits yob tbb enormous Mica
of ns own* wxigbt in bllves, under the name of
Jesuit's Powders, and was Anally made public by
Leals XVI, King of France. Humboldt makes specie
rcfeienco to Its febrifuge qualities during hia South
Casoarilla B ark— F o r Diarrhoea.colic and disease*
of thestomach acdbowela.
Dandelion— For inflammation of the loins and
Chamomile Flowers— For enfeebled digestion.
Lavender Flowers— Aromatic, stimulant and
tonic—highly Invigorating In nervous debility.
Wintebobeen—For scroftxla, rheumatism, Ac.
Anise— An aromatic carminative: cresting flesh,
■ muscle and milk; much used by mothers naming.
Also, clove buds, orange, earraway, coriander
snake root. &c.
Another wonderful ingredient, of Spanish origin.
Imparting beauty to the complexion and brilliancy to
toe mind, is yet unknown to the commerce of the
world, and ws withhold its name lor the present.
RooEESTEB, N.-Y„ December 28.133 L
Means. P. H. Drake A Co^—l have been a groat
sufferer from Dyspepsia for three or four years and
had lo abandon my profession, Abont three months
ago I tried the Plantation Bitters, and to my great
joy, lamnowcearlyawcUman. I have recommend
ed them In several cases, and. as far as I know, always
with signal benefit.
lam respectfully yours, REV. J.6.CATHOBN,
Philadelphia. 10th Mouth. 17th Day, 18©.
Respected friend My daughter has been much
benefited by the use of thy Plantation Bitters. Thou
wflt send me two bottles more.
CHERMAN House. Chicago. HL. Feb. U, 1383.
Messrs. F.B. Drake & Co.:—Please send us another
twelve f**** oi your Plantation Bitters. Asa morn
ing aifltetizer, they appear to have superceded every
thing else, and are greatly esteemed.
GAGE £ WATTE.
Arrangements are now completed to supply any de
mand for this article, which from lack of government
stamps baa not heretofore been possible.
The public may rest assured that In no case win the
perfectly pure standard of tho Plantation Bitters be
CAUTlON.—Anypemn pretending to fell Plants,
lion Bltterr In balk or by the gallon. Is an Imposter
and counterfeiter. We have already Imprisoned sev
eral parties for thus trying to swindle the public and
ourselves. We also bate our eye upon other parties
«bc will succeed lu getting ttemsslveslato difficulty.
It Is only sold in our log cabin bottle. See thi*t tie
bottles are not re-filled with alterable trash. Sea
that every bettio has our United States Stamp, vlth
D B. Barnes* dgnsture over the cork, and firm signa
ture on steel plate side label.
Eoldby all Druggists, Grocers and Dealers througo
out the country.
IF. H. DRAKE Sc CO.,
jyßl hßan-Zn yAK 202 BROAD WAY. N. Y.
★ ★ ★
CHEAT EXTERN AX, BEHDES,
FOR RHEUMATISM. GOUT. N3UH&LOIA. LD
BAGO. STIFF NECK AND JOINTS. tPRAINI
BriuiSKß. cirrs and wounds, piles.
HEADACHE. AND ALL RHEUM ATIC
AND NEP.VOCB DISORDERS.
Si. Stephen Street, of Connections,
Tne great natural Bone Better.
Dr. Stephen Sweet* of Connections*
known all over the United States.
Dr. Stephen Sweet, of Connection^
the author of “ Dr. Sweet’s infallible Liniment
Dr* Sweet’s Infallible LlnlmeEt
Cure Rheumatism and never fhlla.
Dr* Sweet’s Infallible liinlmenS
Is certain remedy for Neuralgia.
Dr. Sweet’s Infallible Llnlracul
Cures Borns and Scolds Immediately.
Dr* Sweet’s Infallible UnlmenS
Is the best knownresedy tor Sprains and Bruises.
Dr* Sweet’s Infallible LI utmost
Headache Immediately and wau never known
Dr* Sweet’s Infallible LinlznenS
Affords Immediate relief for Plica, and seldom Ui
Dr* Sweet’s Infallible Liniment
Cure* Toothache In one minute.
Dr, Swecfß Infallible Liniment
Corea Cuts and Wounds immediately, and leaves at
Dp* Sweet’s Infallible Zilnlmea
Is the best remedy for Bores In theknown world.
Dr* Sweet’s Infallible LiolmonS
Has been usedbymore than a million people*. and al*
Dr* Sweet’s Infallible LlnlmouS
Is truly a" friend In need.” and every fiuntiy shoal* 1
have it at hand.
Dr* Sweet’s Infallible Liniment
Is lor sale by all DruggUta. Price 25 cents,
CICHAEDBON ft CO..
Bole Proprietors, Norwich. St
For sale by LORD ft SMITH. General W eater.
Aeeats.as Lake street. Chicago, and by dealers every
Gesat DhcotxbtS USEFUL and VALUABLE
Is of more penera! practical
amity than any Invention new
before the public. £c bas been
thoroughly tested daring the last
two years o 7 practical men, and
pronounced by all to be
Superior to any
Adhesive Preparation known.
Applicable to the
auion’a laiolnS!* Cement
A new thing.
IsancwthlDß, and the result ol
years of study; its combination Is
on ScnjrriF.o PeznoirLES, and
ondorno circura stances or change
of temperature, will it become
corrupt or emit any offensive
BOOT & SHOE
Coot and Ebce
Manufacturers, using Machine*,
will find It the best anicle known
for Cementing the Channels, as It
works without delay, Unotaffec
ted by any change ot temperature
- * W!W H'.T.TB!W.S
Will find it sufficiently adhesive
fbr their use, as has been proved.
It is especially adapted
And we claim as an. especial
merit, that It sticks Patches and
Linings to Boot* and Shoes suffi
ciently strong without stitching.
IT IS THE ONLY
Extant, that is a sure thing for
An* articles ol Household use.
Hilton’s Insoluble Cement
la in a liquid form and as easily
applied as paste.
Hilton's Insoluble Cement
1* insoluble in water or oQ.
EH ton’s Insoluble Cement
Adheres oily substances.
Supplied In Family or Manu
facturers’Packageafcom 2 ounces
to 100 pounds.
HELTON BROS. &CO. t
i SMITH. Wholesale Druggists, S
P _ni„ General Western Agents, to
Bold by LORD A I
Lake street. Chicago,
whom all orders mai
15 BOOM CORN.—We are giving
n oar special attention to the
Pnrcbass and Salt of Broom Cora*
wappley? ft TUTTLE, Commission Merchants
£iHcfcigan!avenue, cmcego, ses m3334tq
L& G. TRUMBULL,
• ATTOBHIT3 A3ID COTOKIXOIia XT LW.
w&vme nermsnently located in Goicazo will practice
S t?e Foueral Courts of iUlnols. L. Tsu*.
TUTU will a’so attend to basinets in the Supreme
f Sift of the United Bute* at Wa,hinjton. omceNo.
00W-Bhineton it., bet. OarkaadDeatbimi. Ch'CJgo.
Txwt-*r TSUMBITtm. [66200202*] QgQSOX TEUMBUL
YiLIMPSHS OF THE GREAT
\TTweBT.- Stereoscopic Views of the most ro
mantic iceneryof Mlnneenta, Northwestern WUcoa
sin lowa and western U'laolß. also of Chicago
recently photographfd. fors le. wholesale and retail,
at CABbuTT*B Pbo'oprapbic Art Gallery. 131 Lake
street, Chlesgo. N. B.—Agent for Hall's Solar
J_JO STEXTEK’S STOMACH
OF THE EFFICACY OF
HOSTETTER’S STOMACH BITTERS.
HEAR THE WITNESSES
Worthless and pernicious articles are so often boll*
teted op In the advertising column* of the preasby
fabricated letters, that the proprietors ot HO3TET
TEE’S BITTERS rarely give quotations from their
business correspondence, lest the GENUINE OPIN
IONS cf those who us 3 and appreciate a GENUINE
ARTICLE should be confounded by the unthinking
with the FULSOME RIGMAROLE put into themouths
of MEN OF STRAW by unscrupulous empirics and
charlatans, whose double object la to SELL both their
trash and the PUBLIC.
Believing, however, that FACTS IMPORTANT TO
THE HEALTH AND COMPORT OF THE PUBLIC,
and which can he VERIFIED AT ANT MOMENT by
addressing the partita who vouch for them, ought not
to bchld under a bushel, the undersigned publish bo
low a few communications of recent date, to which
they invite the ottentlon of thepeople. and at the same
time ESPECIALLY BEQUEST oil readers who may
feel interested lathe subject to ADDRESS THE IN
DIVIDUALS THEMSELVES, and ascertain the cor
rectness of the particulars. :
It may be thought, perhaps, that a preparation like
HOSTETTKH'B STOMACH BITTERS, which has long
been a STANDARD TONIC throughout tha WESTERN
HEMISPHERE, and is rapidly becoming a staple of
trade at the antipodes, speaks Ibr itself lu stronger
tones than private eulogium eon speak of It. This Is
truetbut the phases of disease are almost innumera
ble, and every day new Instances of the success of ibe
Bitters, either as a PREVENTIVE or a CURE, coma
totheknowledge of the proprietors through the malls,
'gome of these are of Immense interest to thousands
placed In precisely the same circumstances astho par
ties who have been PROTECTED or RELIEVED, and
therefore It seems almost an act of duty to put them
For example, seven-eights of the multitudes who go
to eeasuffermoroorlessfrom SEA SICKNESS. They
dread this terrible affliction more than the fary of the
elements, and It mnstbe an unspeakable satisfaction to
them to learn that It can be averted by tho use of
UOSTETTEB’B BITTERS. It Is only within tho last
twelvemonths that this GREAT FACT IN MEDICA
TION has been established, and hence it Is not univer
sally known. Those who have tested this newly de
veloped property of the preparation, and escaped tea
sickness by Its aid. are naturally anxious to spread the
glad tidings among all who “go down to tha sea Un
gulps and do business on tho great waters.” The wit
ness on this point whose testimony Is appended, not
only gives bis own experience, bat corroborates It with
emphatic evidence from other sources. If there be
any who are skeptical on the subject, they are hereby
referred directly to him and to the gentleman who
shared with him the beneficial effects of the antidote.
The Immense Increase in the sale of HOSTETTER’S
BITTERS, both at home and abroad, during the past
year, proves that the world, while It obeys tha Scrip
tural Injunction to “ try all things,** only “HOLD FAST
tothatwhlch Is GOOD.” Spurious preparations.like
poisonous fungi, are continually springing up, but
tbolr character la soon discovered, and they are “flung
like worthless weeds away.” On the other hand, a
crest antidote, that performs all It promises, ondieven
more than its proprietors claimed for It on Its Intro
duction, Is “not for a day.butfbr all time.”
Every dose administered of a useless or deleterious
nostrum helps to disabuse the public mind oftbe Im
pressions it may have received from the flourish of
rumpeta with which the deceptions article was an
nounced; while, on the contrary, every bottle sold of
a realty valuable medicine leeures the permanent cus
tom of the purchaser, and makes him an ADVER
TISER OF ITS MERITS among his friends. It la tfcns
that BOSTETTER’S BITTERS have obtained their
unparalleled popularity. The Press, indeed, has made
the GREAT STOMACHIC widely known, but it Is the
uniformly auceeeslUl results of PERSONAL EXPERI
MENT that have rendered It a HOUSEHOLD MEDI
CINE throughout tho length and breadth ot the-land.
and the wain reliance of the TRAVELER, the VOY
AGER. the MINER and thePIONEER.
During theSommer months apure.wholesomeTonlo’
which arc also Incorporated the properties ot an anti
bUlous and mild aperient agent. Is essentially needed.
Such a preparation Is HOSTSTTER’S STOMACH
BITTER3,tte surest preventive and cure of dyspepsia,
biliousness, constipation and nervous debility ever
placed within the reach of the community.
Against the depressing and sickening tendency of
heat and it Is a potent safeguard, and upon
persons of feeble constitution and uncertain health.
Its renovating effects are most extraordinary.
ST. Nicholas Horan, Naw Tons, March 2,1663.
Ds. Eosteit&b— Dear Sir: Bolus of a bilious tem
perament. and having suffercdmoch from sea sickness
heretofore, I determined, when leaving New Orleans
for New York, In June last, to try jour celebrated
Btcmach Bitters. Having made the trip in the propel
ler Trade Wind without theleaatic convenience, owing
to tbelr preventive efflcacy, 1 procured, on the 20th of
July, abox of your Bitters. for the use of mysell and
afewftlends.on our contemplated voyage to Europe
In the Great Eastern. After getting to sea 1 opened
tboboz.and.together with about ton of my fellow
passengers, partook of the Bitten. On the second day
some of the ladles on board felt sea sick, bat by taking
ball a wine glassful three times a day.tbeyaoonre
covered. Dr. Goldsborow, the ship's physician, and.
CapLiPaton, the Commander, together with a large
portion of the passengers, subsequently experlmeted
with the Bitters, and uniformly with entlrosuccess.
They win certify to the fhet that during the whole trip
not one person on board was sea sick after the second
day. Dr. G. having appropriated the but remaining
bottle, as an Infallible specific, I bad cone of the arti
cle on my return voyage, and suffered more than I can
describe In consequence, I have orders for two boxes
from two of my Ula fellow passengers, now la Liver*
pool, and shall send them out by the nest steamer.
You ought lohave a depot In Liverpool. Advising all
persons venturing for the first time (or indeed at any
time) to sea. to obtain, U possible, a supply otyoui
Bitters bticre leaving port, and thereby SECURE
themselves against sea dckneca.
1 am, respectfully. r obedient servant.
JOHN A. MDELLOR.
BEOOKLTW, N. T.. MaySSd, 1363.
GzsTLVsnCTr—l hare used your Bitters during tbe
ast tlx weeks. and feel ft due to yon and to tbe public
to express my hearty app* oval of their effect upon me.
I never wrote a ” puff" lor anyone, and I abhor every
thing that lavere of quackery. Bat your Bitters aro
ectlrely removed from the level of tbomcro sosrntma
cf the day. being patent alike to aU, and exactly what
theyprofcssto.be. They are not advertised to core
everything.but they arc recommended to assist nature
lathe alleviation and ultimate healing of many of the
most common Infirmities of tbe body, and this they
will accomplish. 1 bad been unwell for ttro months,
OaisusnalwlthmcdarlsgtheSprlng. I was bUllous,
and suffeil&g irom Indigestion and a general disease ol
the mneona membrane, end though compelled to keep
at work. In tbe discharge of my professional datios, was
vexy weak, of a yellow complexion, no appetite, and
mneb of tbe time confined to my ted. When 1 bad
been taking yonrßimrsaweekmy vigor returned,the
sallow complexion was all gone. I relished my fool
and now I enjoy the duties of the mental application
which so recently were so very Irksome and harden*
some to me. WhenlruedjourßltterslFKLTachaoge
every day. These are facts. All Inferences must be
made by each Individual for hlraselt
Yonrs. respectfully, TV. B. LEE,
Pastor of Grennc avenue Prabjterlm Church,
Pt.ospict Cottage, Gzoeqetowx.D.C., April ?. is C 3
Messrs. Hostettek ft Smith,
GmnxnnnT;—lt sires me pleasure to add my tea*
Hmonlal to those of others. In favor of your excellent
prcparntioc. Several years of residence on the hanks
of a Southern river, andof closeappllcatlon to literary
work,badso thoroughly exhausted tny nervous system,
and undermined my health, that I had become a 21ab>
*mt toDespepala, and Nervous Headache recurring at
short intervals, and defying aH known remedies in the
Materia Medlca. I had come to the conclusion that
nothing hut a total change of residence and pursuits
would restore my health, when a friend recommended
Hostetler’s Bitters. 1 procured a bottle as an experi
ment. it required but one bottle to convince me that
I bad found at last the bigot ooxbtwattox or sun
dies. The relief It afforded me hasbeon complete. It
is now tome years since I first tried Hostetler's Bitters
and It Is but Just to say that 1 have found tbe prepara
lon ALL THAT IT CLAIMS TO SX. It Is a atAMDAUS
Fasolt Cobdiax with us; and even as a btcmulamt
we like It better than anything else; but we use It in
all nervous. bQlous and dyspeptic cases, from fever
down to toothache, U wbatlhave now said wllllead
any dyspepsia or nervous invalid to a sure remedy, 1
shall have done some good.
I remain, gentlemen, respectfully yqnrs.
E, D. E. N. SOUTHWORTH.
Natt Dxpabtmxst. Bxtbxatt of Taros asto Docks. >
December SClh. IS6A >
Messrs. Hostxtibb & Smith, Plttabnrg.Pa^
Gzsrrxxßx About four years since my attention
•we called to yoor Celebrated Stomach Bitten. I being
atthotlmeaperfectmartyrtoDyßpepßla.ln an of Its
terrific forms indeed, 1 bad not known for sixyean an
uninterrupted night's sleep. I commerced the nse of
yonr Bitters, taking them according to yoor directions,
except that the dose was reduced one-halC and found
myself much, tzbt much benefited by the first bottle
the second relieved me entirely; bat I have ever since
taken a dose In the morning. Immediately on rising,
finding it to act as a Tonic and Appetizer of the most
aobxsaslb ooAßAcna. There le a peculiarity In the
ffectol year Bitters on me. which It may be well
state; If from any caosel shall he suffering so accntaly
with the Headache, a dose ol yonr Bitten belcktxs
me In fiitkxs unions. In conclusion,leay. with all
sincerity and troth. I would not be retained to the
state of health In which yoor Bitters fonnd me. and
from which they have xrxquzsnosAßLY bxlzxtzd
me. FOB *T.T. THX MOJTET DT THX WOBLD. ,
I am, with great respect, your ob’t sfirvt.
JOHN W. BRONAUGH, Chief Clerk.
NXW COJfTALRsCIcrT CAMP. I
Hear Alexandria, Va., May atth,lS63. J
Messrs. Hosttttxb & Smith,
Dxas Sirs TOli yon do me the favor to forward
by express one-half dozen Hostsltcr’a Stomach Bitters,
with bill, for which I will remit yon on receipt of same
as lam unable to procure yonr medicine here; and II
bad a quantity It conld bo sold readily, as It la known
to be the best preparation In nse for diseases having
their origin with & diseased rrtomsch. I have used and
sold hundreds of preparations, but your Bitters are
superior to anything of theklnd I am cognizant with.
Indeed, no soldier should he without It. should he be
ever so robust and healthy; for it Is not only a Bxs
tobatttb. but a Preventive for almost an diseases a
soldlerlssubjectto. Ihavebeen afflicted with Chronic
Indigestion, and no medicine has attobdxd sen txz«
belief totes has; and I trust yon will lose no time
In sending the Bitters ordered.
Tours, very respectfully.
SAMUEL BTEBS. Hospita Steward,
EOSTKTTKB a SMITH,
1 proprietors, Pittsburgh Fa.
New York Office. No. * Broadway.
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU,
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU
FLUID EXTRACT BUOHb
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU
Non-Eetention or Incontinence of Urine,
Irritation, inflammation or Ulceration of
the Bladder and Kidneys, Diseases of
- the Prostrate Gland, Stone in the
Bladder, Calcnloua Gravel or
Brick Dost Deposit,
All Diseases or Affections of the Bladder and
Kidneys and Dropsical Swellings existing
in Hen, Women or Children.,
HELJIEOLE’S EXTRACT SUC3U,
RELMBOLD’S EXTRACT SDCHC,
HELMBOLD’S EXTRACT BUGHC,
DELDIBOLD’S EXTRACT BUCIHJ,
SELBIBOLD’S EXTRACT BUCIHJ
T o r WNEM arlsUg fiW3 BaoitS Of Dixfl.
nation, attended vita the following syruptOtna:
Indisposition to Exertion, Lw if Memory,
Dlifcnity of Breathing. Wea* Narvea,
Trembling, Horror oi Dlata*'’- Dimness
of vision, cl ala css. In tne
Hack. universal Laasttnda ot
the MoucbJa* Vrttem. Hot
EKUPTIOXS Otf THE FACE,
PALLXD CO LKIENANCB.
These symptoms. it aHowed to go on. which tha
Medicine Invariably remove*, aoon foLowa Fa*
tolty. Epileptic Pita. In one of which tha
patient may expire. Who can say that
they are not frequently followed by
those “direful diseases" ** IN
SANITY and CONBTTMP.
tion." Many are aware
cf the cense of their
of (he In*
and the Melan
choly Deaths by Coc
anmpoon, bear ample
Witness to the truth of the
affected with Oiganic Weakness, re
quires the aid of Medicine to Strengthen
and Invleorat* the System, which HELM*
BOLD’S EXTRACT BUU&U INVARIABLY DOS!
Helmbold’s Extract Buclm
la rale, pleaaaet In Ita taats and cdor. and more
SLCDRthemrg than any of tha prepsra&ons ot
IRON OR BARK*
For those Buffering
From Broken Down and Delicate Constitutions
From whatever cause, either la
MALE OR FEMALE
WILL GIVE YOU
A GOOD APPETITE.
WILL GIVB YOU
STKOSti, HEALTHY tVEKVES
WILL GIVE son
Brisk and Energetic Feelings,
ASD WILL ENABLE YOU TO
A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE -THE MO3T
Compound Fluid Extract Sarsaparilla
ms blood, re
moving all chro
nic conatitntional dis
eases arising from an tmpete
state of the blood, and the only reli
able and effectual known remedy for th« core
oT Scrofula, Scald Head, Salt Hhaam. Pains and
Swellings of the Bones, Ulcerations of
the Throat and Legs, Blotches, *
Pimples on the Pace Totter,
Srysipelta and all scaly
And Beautifying the Complexion.
WOT A JEW
want dl*c:dor» this affilct tranVfci s<ls*frora
tit stiTtrhcr that cccmnnlatM in tao diccw, Of all
the ais&Metie* that have teen made to pares It oat.
ou&e **■» equal m sheet HKLMBOLDti COMPOUND
&ATB&CT UP BMS3APAKILLA. It cleanseo and
reacratec the blood, instLs the vigor cl health into the
irstetn. aod purges out the hamorr which make dis
ease. it aUoniatetae health? fanctiors of the bod?,
'andexpels the disorders test grow and rankle In the
blood. Bach a remedy, that coaid be relied an, has
for the first thee, the
bnbilc have one on which the? can depend, Oar space
cere does net admit certificates to atow Ua eheem. bat
the trial ot a single bottle will show to the sick that it
**oi virtue* fnrpaaalngaayttlcg the? tava ever takes.
two table aooontioi ot the Extract of fiarsapatCla
added to a pint of water, is e.:ual to the tibeoa Diet
Drink, and one bottle la foltv ecoal to * gallon of
toefiympof senapsrlSs, orthe Deccctlos,umaau
.Af-r£BSB arauen hats been admit
tKD TO DBS IN THE UNITED STATES ARMY, and
are In vejr general nae la all the STATE Beat
fnjj* wd PUBLIC SANITARY INSTITUTIONS
thrcnchont lie land, as well u in private practices
\zi era considered aa invtinibia remedies.
Bee Mediedl Properties of Buehu.
FROM DIBPENSATOEY OP THE
fee Professor UEWSBS' valuable works on the
Practice of Physic.
See remarks made by the lata celebrated Ur.
eea remarks made by Ur. fifflKAW MCDOWELL,
a celebrated Physician, and Member of the Royal
college of Burgeon?. Ireland, and published in the
transactions of the Sing and Queens Journal.
See Medleo-Chtroreleal Review. published by BEN
JAMIN TBATEBB. Fellow of Soya! College of gar*
of the late Standard Works of Mediclna.
Eitartßnelm SI.OO p«t t ottI«, or Six for ss.os
‘‘gusapuffia. SI.OO per tottie, or Six for $5.00
Delivered tows address. securely packed.
Address letter* .or iniomatfoat)
104 SOUTH THWTH STOS3T,
104 SOUTH TENTH BTEEET,
104 SOUTH TENTS STREET;
104 SOUTH TENTH STREET;
204 SOUTH TENTH 8T83313,
SSWABE 0? COTTNTEEFEIT3 AJTD
WHO ZXBZiTOm TO
Dbocre ol "tfielr own" and “other" articles on cm
reputation attained bf
SXLKBOLCB P23? ABATIO2B
aEinm® extract bucku.
GEOTIKE EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA,
GSHOISE liiPROVKD ROBS WASH.
Bold by DruggUt Krerywhere.
ASK FOR HEISIBOED’S.
ASK EOS HEUCIOUD'g.
Hr Cot out the ulTertUemmt and Bend
or i ludnoU Imposition udßxnoaase,
Soot* an!) Sljot*.
I. P. FARNUM,
WHOL23AIB DEALER IS
BOOTS & SHOES.
SO. 57 IVtiH STREET,
WB ffV»o to CASH TRADE PETTER BAUOAIM3
than ciz be a: any otter Ecol »nl
... Slice Hoa*e l.i tie Weil _ .
Order* promptly »*teaiieil to te33-t-tS3St
1863. FAIL TRADE. 1863.
BAWSOS Jc KlKT^exTi
*Ua»i£selar«r3 and Wbo’wala De&ienta
EOOT| MU SHOES
30 lake street, Chicago, HI.
Wear® now offering to tte trade on® ol tba largest
and BEST SELECTED necks cmr brougnt totbtt
“Faring determined to make on? BU3IH.SSS CiflX
ONLY. we will acrid to sell our good*
As Low as can be Bought
!b er any ma*kat. Fastem bill* tK»
plicated. We make a SPECIALITY of SXTRASuSSO
coods.alarga assortment cl «hleb wo now bare o»
KATVSON & BXMMTT.
sell a 616 3m _
Boggett, Bassett & Hills
BOOTS & SHOES
Onr aroek la now fall and cotaplJte. It baa ban
selected wnb great care, acd comprise* all scries aats*
ed to tba trade of Western States ana Territories.
We are prepared to sell goods of the best quality at
tba lowan cash prices, ana respectfoliy ask aa exiafc
nation ot oar stock. . „
Orders sball receive oar immediate aaa carefe! et*
fDOGGETT, BASSETT A HILLS,
S and SI Lake st.. Corner Wabaab arenaa, Chicago,
Qata, (flgpa, Jura, &c.
E- F. Xu. BROOM >
50 Lake Street, Chicago.
I have on nond and am daily rece-vlng a large ttf
attractive Stock of Goods In the above Uy seleetna
with great care for tie tall trade, and which I off or %•
Country at the Lowest Prices.
K, I*. Ij. BROOM,
'Wholesale Dealer In
HATS, CAPS, PURE,
BUFFALO ROBES, &c.
SC liaKe Street, ClUcej*.
JJ &R. B. WHITTEMORE & CO*
37 Lake street, and 43 Wabash arsnna.
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
HATS, CAPS, FURS,
BUFFALO ASD FASCT BODES,
Onr stock for the Fall Trade needs no puffing.
Having been engaged la this business for tweaty-Ove
yean m the Wot. we think that we know the wants
ofMuoßaxrs who visit this market, and we cordially
Invite them to call on ns. when they will be coavtoeei
that the? can get the worth of their money, and the .
styles of goo< a suited to t&elr trade. Our SENIOR
PARTNER reAldci In New Fork, and la constantly
In the market and forwarding tons the nsw styles, ta
last aa they appear.
OUR MOTTO IS
LIBCB SALES AND SMALL PROFITS,
AH orders attended to on day of receipt.
F. A R. B. WHirTEMOHS A CO.
el wmrmiOß, New York. J. r. oabtxb. Chicago.
b.b wmmoiOß3.Bt.Loala. aAX’LBSowa. *'
"WILLIAMS & FIT OH,
35 Lake Street, Chicago,
WHOLES Ail SSILBB3 ZH
Art now prepared to offer by the package or doses*
much the largest, re cut attractive aad
cheapest stock of
Ha!s, Cape, Fnw,
Buffalo and Fancy Bokes,
Ladies’ Hata v Ae 4
To t>3 found west of the sea hoard, all of which wa
can aad wIU sell as low as a&7 hna BAST or WB8S»
Special attention Is invite* to onr extensive stock of
Fur Caps and Ladies & Gents’ Furs.
Win receive prompt attention of one cf onr fins*
Weber, Williams & Fitch.
Merchants and Freight Shippers
CHICAGO, OMAHA CITY,
Council Bluffs, Denver,
Asl> pours OS THE HUSSOCEI BITES,
COMMENCING OCTOBER FIRST.
The subscribers win ran regular trains of Mole teams
with Covered Wagons traasparttiiF all klada of
Freight In large or small quantities. from QUIN
HELL. lowa.the present terminus or tbs
MISSISSIPPI & MISSOURI R.R.,
of navigation on the HUssnrf Klver. and theextjn-
Monti the Mississippi and Missoni! Ballsoad mate
Most Desirable Eonte to the West
The dlatarce Com St, Joseph and Grtauell to
Omaha Ot? belt g tea I?the same. aod from Cfeleaco
to Grlcne.l, 115 miles las than to at. Joseph. Fteuht.
delivered to tee Chicago and Bock Island Railroad*
consign- d to cur cue at Grinned wlUbe taken at
And receive GOOD DISPATCH, with bat one tnu»
Itr between Chicago and destination.
For further Information apply at the GENERAL*
FREIGHT OFFICE of the Chicago and Bock Island
Railroad. Chicago, or to
PECK Sc WOOD,
Proprietors Baal and Weat Line.
8127 E SO7IW
Western Transportation Company
THE TEAJISPOHTATIOIt COMPACT
tave made arrangements to raa their Lake Steans
Propellers on alternate dsjs with those of the
NEW YOBS OENTBAL
nncmcAN central bailroars
the western express,
Banning over the New Tork Central Railroad to Bar*
ft!o. ax a connecting with the various Railroads rua*
oljLf West and the different Lines of Pro pell era oa
the Upper and Lower Lakes.
Forblßsof lading and contracts via Canal or Ball*
road.apply tsthe following agents:
HUGO aLLBN.No. l.Coßnllaa Slip. New Tort.
EVERETT CLAPP. No. 1. Camtlas SUp. New Toat,
AUG. C TLBBN. No. 1 Cmntlss Slip. New Tort
B G.CHABB, 133 Pier. AitwuiyJ^T.
'wSTimHTKABSPOKrATIOS CO. BalSlo.
TWO HE AM A CO.. Brie Fa.
RnKD A MOKRZd Cleveland.Ohio.
HOPKIN3 A GRIFFITH. ToteU, Ohio,
w F DILL. Baadaa*y, Ohio.
■ "p.’DDTTON. Bacloe. W!a. __ ___
KEXOBHA PIKB CO SIP ANY. Kenoeha. WU.
W H. WBIOHT A CO_ Waakeqpm.UL
j P. KIEKLAM). Sheboygan. Wts.
j. w. ru a’Ti.E,
general Western Agent. No. 2 State street. Chicago.
CO Ali 1 COAL I! COAL I! I
The Berenice. Pittsvm. WHkeebarre and Bha
inokln Coal Comnaaiee of Pennsylvania again offer tt*
the public their choice teaLy coals as follows la
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