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AIRS. WUXIa PROrOS£S TO
■ UJL TeoOT. Uto her 6cm. .t IDLE WILD.
Bewtmrsh. six urriiSOißLS bet*re«ti«tgecf
'Sand is. She wishes to edocate them with her own
dK^htcn,
Air*. WILUS has cngscod * competentteacbcr to
stslet her, mod intend* that the lOttrusUon shaU be
thorough mod liberal. She deslrea tosecnretbe faDert
development of individual gifts, mod to make earnest
udioteiuceot women. fine will glvethesameeue
»td attention to tbelr pbyilcal weil-bslag mod moral
culture which she extends to her own children. The
situation of Idlcwlld Is healthful, aadltsllmltsafljrd
nn mdc treble pity ground.
Cacnmstances win prevent Ur*. Wfflls irmn receiv
ing ter pupils this s ear util the 2d Korember.
Cucular* &u.y be obtained by addressing Mr*. WIL-
Moodna, Orange C tatty, S.Y.
0C8a077-lltt
FVR. HILLIARD, Office 68 Ran
JLS dolph street. Chicago, (up-ttalnJ treats all
Chronic, CutaneousandMercurial Diseases, tamale
Or female. Care* guaranteed. Patients living at a
Alliance can consult by letter, with confidence, by
enclosing ten cents to insure a reply Good dty re
ftrecceegiven asto ability and tucceH In practice.
Boom* for patleits ccmlrg fro a distance, Hedl
stnee pot npaudse* tlteeDornc.baerrationtoasypart
ot the country. All communications held strictly
confidential. P.0.80x5500. se2J-as&2vls
TIB. JAMEb, (formerly of New
AJ Orletai.) vboMca. T*J«d gnccealnttetroat*
eat of Chronic, Vatcurtal ana otter dieeueg.
THAT BSQUXEE SKTT.UTL TBSA.TMKNT,
•a yomanentty located tdmself at SB Bandolpb*
BreeUCbicaco. Dr.wsnieelereconmendedbytließe
Cealftcnlty.atdttealaioatenClrepfas oftbeßoatb.
Ttumaudi of vtforcan&te'b'eaa Dr.
feat for hto. would be Urine a ezU
•ace The enviable reputation Dr. James enjoys* "
He Lakes to the Gull. la the result of yean of study
had observation.
rJames uses no Mercury.lodlde. PotaaeH, Arsenic
Be l smparuia. la the treatment of blood diaeuer,
•utaumrtrallrtr. which Is apositive cure.
Organic Weatncu cared by a new and infallible
ethod.taring both ttmeand expense.
Office and parlor* at 86 Baadolph ctre t .(op-stalrsJ
Office hours Iron: SA. U. until 8 P M
COKSULTAHOHB HTVIOLASUL «
yt-hCßmdAwlfl
CATARRH!!
\J DB.EEELTE’S LIQUID CATAItBH BBEED7.
A*areca»eiorCatami or Cold la the head. It IB
<asier to cure Cataiko uao Cosswmos. The
ermptonsci Catarrh at nrat are very siuthc. Persons
Hod they have a cold ard have frequent attacks. are
more eesMUre to the cnauges ot temperature. Too
ncse may be dry. or a slight discharge, thlo and acrid,
bceomirg thick and adhesive, as the disease becomes
chronic, anc is get rid of blowing the nose or falls
lmotheihroat,aodls hawked or caughed off. The
breath becomes oneruve. It may deat oy the sense
of smell a»a cause deafness Ac. Price of Catarrh
Itenecy (2 00. Bent by express, omce I*o south
CUrkstroet (apsislts) Address Dr. 1> HBEELTE,
Pest Office Box 4551. Chicago. 111. Bold by all Drag
gists. OC6-D753 Im TD TH&6A
TRUSSES,
Shoulder Braces. Abdominal Supporters. Elastic
Stockings, 4c„ &c„ at LB. SHELBY'S Trass Estab
tihmejiu
126 ClarE Street, Chleaco,nL
ole proprietor ana manufacturer of the Hard Knbher
Tmse. unCer nigge & Gooo> ear's Patent*. Tals Trass
cubes Knpiartß. and frees toe cord from all pressm e.
alii never rrtt. bit ak ebsfe, call or blister, can bs
fcedcstiuor Jlmbsr. used In nathing, always clem
and good at n«w. Persons wlabtng tn'g Trots can be
accurately flt‘ed. by sending size la inches around
body In line of ruptnre. deS-ifias-ly t. yAa
CARD.
DR. J. W. VALPEY,
rnrncias ros run
Eye s Ear, Catarrh.
-ASD
THROAT DISEASES.
C ATABRH.
Above the bon; arch which forms the roof of the
month there mre numerous little winning passages
•ndcavl les.chaEDtle into the bote ol toebkoll.Rnd
known es the ethmoid and spbenold cells, the frontal
donees, (little cavities over the eyes.) and the east*-
chlan lobes, passages to the middle ear.) all of which
ere lined with ancons membrane, which, la a state of
chronic Inflammation or ulceration, la what consu
lates CAT AfeBIL Its symptoms are, pain over and
between the eyes., loss of smell, loss 01 memory, loss
of hearing h cowan secretion of unco-purulent
matter in tie rose and throat, and worst of aU. an
offersive breath. It leads to Dyspepsia. Bronchitis
and Consumption.
OFFICE 102 WASDKGXOX STREET.
Deception hours from 9t012a. U. only. Address
Peat pace Box 2fcS. oc«-aS3S-8t w-rAsiTSip
HALLO WAY’S RILLS.—An in
disputable fact. Costlveneu of the novel*.
Many ditease* whlca effect mankind originate in the
elupgl-h nature or impaired fucctlonsof the stomach
ana viscera, vir: ladfeetUon, headache nervous dls
orde't. piles and cutaneous eruptions, for which ca
thartlceaieoecKijypTtscrlbed. Tees*msyreUevette
bowels for atla c hot win not reach the active cause
of the complalrt. ordinary purganres create a neces
sity fbr repetition, until eventual; tnehovels become
powerless Baloway'aPlilsnot only seek the seat of
the disorder, hot of-or evacuating the depraved bn-
JnoJB from the stomach and Intestines, so renovate and
Invigorate them »■ to prevail a future recurrence,
Jji aa the advertisement e'aewhere.
For foie by FULLER FI«CB A FUALER.2I andSG
Market street. Depot for Chicago. oc7 n7Bl-iw
\\T ATER CORE AND HO
T ! MCEOPATIIIC MEDICAL INFIBUABr,
232 X STATE STREET.
Dr.E G. TOWNSEND, recently from Beaton, Mats,,
Proprietor,
The butlnees arranxements of this establishment
comprehends;
let General Practice, for wtlcb Dr. Townread has
• competent associate Physician.
So. Offlce Advice with verbal or written directions
for borne treatment __
ad, Department for Female Diseases, also for spe
cial cases ol Nervous Debility of Males and Femstes.
Females visiting the cat; ana wishing Medical Advice
can be provided wita nice rooms and the best of nurs
ing on very reasonable terms. Dr. Townsend has Ms
rooms so arranged that patients visiting hi* olllce
never see anyone but the Dr. himself. Letters ad
dressed to Dr lOWNfIEND. 252K State street. Col
cago. 11l- will be promptly answered. Consultation
free. Offlceboaxafrom9A.M.to9P.M. oclts73lni
I7KAB AT AN END I—No one
JO is now deterred from chancing the
WHISKERS OB MUSTACHE
Erotn red, Cray orsandyto a rich BLACK OR BROWN
by a tear of Irjtulog or staining the skin.
CBISTJIDOBO’S dee
is barmleES as water, mild as new milk, and
TEijE to nature
In the cagclflcert color- It Imparts. Manofscttirei
by J.CUISTaD'-BO CArtorPo.nc. New York. Sold
oveirwhete, erd applied l>j all Hair
nice si, si so and *s per box, according to slxe.
BtUbSKlm •
PILES I PILES 1 1
X DR. WITFIELD’B
VEGETABLE PILLS,
Arc wirtarled a certain care for FISTULA. BLIND
OR BLEEDING PILLS.
We would caution all who are victim* to this dis
tressing compl*l.tto»V'-lCthen*eof extent! appl
eatlons a. they tuua oslj L, aracrarktlas the dlae-te.
Dr. WlXHSlA>’tirtme<iy removes the eaue of the
disease, and eflecte a permanent err A
THIB IS NO QUA K. MEDICINE.
Tbeae Pills have been cried for the last seven years,
and In no instance h*ve they failed to core .
Price SO cents par box. Bent by mall to any address.
3. XOUbQ.oole proprietor, __
481 Broadway. N. T.
For sale by BLISS A SHARP. Ut I* aireet. CU
eago. IU. oeSwnMO-Sin
TVRS. HUNTER AND VON
1 / baDEK treat an Chronic Diseases, such oa
Col<U,Conchk,OoteaßJpUon, Asthma, the Luugi.Hcart,
ktomach. kidneys. Bladder and the Bowels, Dyspepsia,
niarrbet, p/senteiy, Coat. BUenoatlsm. Paralysis, Hip
Disease, white Bwei'lnga. and all complaints of women
pnrt children: Bore Eyta and Ears. Cataract Discharges.
Roaring and Booctag Sounds. Dr. Hunter la the only
C^cira t OlS)' BORM OK TDMBES,
"'VuKB.PILES AND FISTULA. _
Without cutting with the knlft. AU Icttj** must oon
tatr ten cent* for a speedy answer. Dra. jamas
HUNTER or VcN BA»i£N. Box 6078. Hoar* from »
A.M.106P.M. Officer Randolph street, corner of
Dearborn. oil, leP-gw-iy
J)OCTOR BIGELOW,
COSriBLM.AI PHYSICIAN,
Forrcrly ol BL Leals. MO-
Can be consulted at fila office 179 South Clark atreel.
corner ol Monroe. • hicago.UL.taf atnocklrom tee
Poet Office onaiiChrcn cObeasea.aDddiseu JOfboJi
•exea, which te treats with unpara led snesess.
Booms separate, where ladle* and F e aUcmenc&n con
sult the Doctcr Office hours from BA. H. ipß P. M.
•au-'ay* 10 to 12 A. M Communication* confidential,
Ccnsnltauons Dee. Address P. O. Box 15L inclose
two iiampf sod ret his _
Glio>E TO HEALTH.
From the D:cor> lon* experience In BMpltClhil
private pract ce he is ebie to perform, and
Sitee. perfect corns for all J-peciol Dl»o*«c*;J °
oat severe and complicated stages. In a very snort
ttme.wl hontthe use of mercury.
Yoat;g men sofTarlng Dom Herron* Debility ore In
vited to call.
4 PERFECT CURE WARRANTED.
Persons euflulrig fcom Irregularities should call at
erct and be curve
Beet of city lucrcnccs utc ability and race ess.
ati-IO&Zi Mil
TTATTt BYE I HAIR DTE 11
P BATCmKLOB’B celebrated HATE D7B IS THI
Best zv tcs Wools. The only Haejclb*!. Xkux and
KaiiAßLxDyt known. Thl* splendid Hair Dye 1*
Periect—chances Bed, Rany or Grey Hair InßtanUy.
» a Glosst Bl*ox op Natukai. Baows. viaoat Is
rarlßC the flair or B>alßlng the Bfcla. leaver the Hair
IcC t&d BesalLfol; mpart* fresh vitality. frequently
restoring lupiirtlne color, and rectifies the IHeflccu
Df Bad Dyes. The Genuine is signed Wizajax a.
Batch kloe, sll others are mere 1 nJ cations-and should
5* avoided. Sold hy all Druggists. Ac. Factory. SI
Barclay street. New York. tyScfcft-ly
Coal
fIOALI COAL I! COALMI
The Be ronton, pittoton. WUkssbarre and 6ha
snoklnCoal Corr-paciee of Pennsylvania ajjaln offer W
the public their choice family coals as follows la .
tunp.
ÜBGE EGO,
nau.i, Eos,
KAJVQB,
CKESItWT
ATO MIX.
malax own cool excitudvdy. con fsmlah ooa
nmero or dealers at me lowest market prices.
Offices SQ East Uaduon Ltreet. I2e South Market
street, andfWO Boulh ClarCstreet root of Liberty. Past
Office Drawer Ofi7. ROBERT Law, AxaatT
oohand. Also choice brands of Fix iron. _
mfr-hItKW B. LAW
CoraraiMtoa Mtriljtrat*.
GALLOWAY & CO.—Packers,
FrcmlonDealen and General.
OOHHISSIOir BUBCHINTSf
Office 190 Booth Water street. Board of Trade Bofldlng
Chicago.
We bare a large Stock cl Smoked Hams and Bhonl
dcr». both sugar and p'aln curing. canvassed and on
caovMMd.r-blcbve offer at low market raa». Or
impecujuiyauliaiod from the cityand coob£7-
Webcy and mu lor others every description of Fro
duceana Provuion*. We pay the tbrOast market
p ?SMeSSS lta » p *£ailoWay * 00.
ALBERT MORSE & CO..
A*- 'PBODUCH
OOKmssiON BEEBCHIKTB*
80. 16 Eoou. Bofflterj
akin Tea;
OOSDCM&HVN BEBCIIANTS,
IBS Booth Water street. Liberal advance* made oa
Flour Grain and Provision*, to be sold bert, or br
WM, A. EBOVTB A CCK New York.
A, irrx 9. g. HUZUpy
■pKNISTON «fc CO.,
OOXBEXBSION HEBCHiKTI,
LIVERPOOL.
■ .i W s.wmw page.BlcbardaoßACoJßoilOS.
Middleton A Co.. New York.
BnowAßnrcem. do.
Johnston A Bsyley, 00.
OMfe aovaaees made on consiramffitt of Prorikoas
Flonr.Ac, tothaabOT. J g™by KniWABI) OT
Miiiallostrsst. Chicago.
Imxinwg cttfl gsuijcrngt.
T>AiffK OF AMERICA*—PubIio
given, that an Bin* orQrcalat
leg Boles of the
m bahk or askbici,»
Bentotore Incorporated and coins buices*. in tL£ ctiy
of Chicago.underthepeaera} bankmg laws of the state
of Illinois. man he presented for pay treat to the Audi
tor of Public Accounts oi said State. at hit offlee. la
the city ofOprlopfleio within thret years from tin
date hereof, or the funds depos-ted idt l&e redemption
of said notes wIU be given up to s&'d bank.
Dated this loth day of May. a. D. infil.
_ GLOsas tmTH, President.
M. W. WaiA«a. Cashier. iysa-ggatojei-at
yERMILYE & CO.,
, HANKERS,
No. 44. Wall St., New York,
WILL OOKTOTCTZ TO V-ienim
P. S. FiTE-TWENTr BONDS ,
iwned by Goremment. at par and Interest.
on BOHD3 to commence on day of de
Cr.ratanUy on hand .for sale at market rate •
Per Cent. Con poo Bonds of itfl.
XJ 6, Certificates of Icdebtedaeea—lnterest payable
IS Gold.
V 6. Certificates of IndebtednetH-Interest payab.e
Is Currency.
Be Ten-Thirty Treasury Kotea.
Watering Certificate* cf Indebtedness collected or
fiecaiyed In Payment cf any of the abrre.
. . VERWIILYE & CO.
anS-iaas-Smls
fT'IBST NATIONAL BANK OK
-I- CHICAGO.—This Instigation, organized
tbeSatiotal Banking Law. Ulocated at
S3 LASALIS STBEEX.
»AMM.wha.
Capital, - - - - 5250,C00.
Is prepared to famish the usual facilities to carto
meieand correspondents. E. AIKBN, President,
£DW E BEAD-TED. Cashier
riUKJTOM E Aiken. sepj. P. Entchlnson. John B,
Bhannul. Sara*! "W. Allerton. Byron Bice, SamT 11
Nirkervun. ham'lG. D. Eowam, Tracv J, Bronson,
lys-tf'se-ly
Bnbblcri) Cjartnuarc.
QONDICT, WOOLLEY & CO.,
as LAKE STREET,
Manufacturers and Dealers In
SAMMY HAH.
SADDLES,
Carriage Trimmings
horse: collars,
Whips, Lashes, Sleigh Sells, Horsa-
Elanketp, Bridle, Harness
and Skirting
LE.A.TIEIEIR/.
jgf.ats*
JJAYDEN, KAY & CO.,
45 and 47 Lake Street,
Manufacturer* and Dealers in
SADDLERY HARDWARE
Spring*, Axles, Rob*, Spoken, Felloes,
Carriage Bod lea and Seats, Enam
elled Clotli, Patent Xioa/Jxer v
CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS,
Horse Collars, Blankets, Whips, Lashes,
-AND-
Harness Leather.
A ORTMATKR & CO,
Manufacturer* and Dealers la
S_A_ 3D ZD Xj IB S,
• HORSE COLLARS,
Whips, norseßlanketß,Plongh
Harness, Ac.,Ae«
U LAKE STREET, UP-STAIRS
wfrmSTViaw
Jlianos, fHrloDcons, fee.
PIANOS, MELODEONS, <&c.&c.
JL lIAZKLTON Brxs. Prize Medal Pianos.
I)£CK£R BUGS.. A H. GALS A GO'S, oad other Sew
Tork planes. CABHABT. NECDHaM & CO’SMelo
deon* of all description* ficbool and Church Harmo
nium#. equal to large Organs, at lest than ha!f the
cost. Abo. Stools and Covers
Ihe above lorrumeats are ah of the
tore, and win be fnily warranted, and wtli be sold at
reasonable pricer, tor cub Heloceona sect to any
addreta per express, ard warranted to suit.
Beware cf Pianos hawked abonttbe country, mods
ol green lumber, by Itinerant dealers. K. GjOLD.
lisLfke street. Chicago, Post Office Box 31S.
oc7-nfil";iw
T>IANOS.—A variety of 7-octwre
-L Pianos
FOB SALE.
At lie 6. Deabom »t„ second floor, made by Ladd
of Bourn. fcQdn*zl6toQ erotter* New York One
Veil Groin, vita the-Eolisa attachment, by j. PRES
TON. p. o. Box lUO. Chicago. ee2C cStMt
©nstrrs.
OYSTERS, OYSTERS.—Fifth
Annual tale of J. C. MAHOUT'S
CELEBRATED BALTIMORE OYSTERS.
Having received the exclusive agency fortteNorth
wfrt. we are prepared to sell at prices that DEW
COMPETITION. Dealer* and con*omen win find It
their interest to clvc ni a call, cr send for a circular,
befer e oi dering eke v here.
Cone well filled and 'Wamntod Every
Time,
AHcjdenflnedprosatmy. CnrmottoJsqppoeiaon
to aU monopoly and nigh prices. B. B ANBOBK a CO
)iiKandoii>bßtieet.Cnicaco. P.O. Drawer CIS,
selszn7tS-2m
CAIT, SALT, SALT,
At the Agency of the
Salt Company of Onondaga.
Course. Pine, Dairy and Ground solar Salt.
In Quantities to salt.
Orders Solicited and Promptly Filled.
Office 182# South TTater-ot.. Chicago.
E. HA-SIilN, Agent,
acg-kfaiflm
IH7 LAKE STREET, 107
Mi ( CHICAGO. ILL. IU I
BAILEY’S PATENT
BPRING BOLL
Family Clothes Wringer.
BEN CH MACHINE.
EEPUTATIOK ESTABLISHED,
KB. —Over CCO in use is this city.
Number sold in this State ....1207
A No. 1 Machine $16.00,
No. 2 Machine 15.00*
JAMES E..RICE,
Sole Proprietor and Manufacturer for this State.
Poet Office Box 8427. Oc9 5915 76
gPECIAL NOTICK
TEE FBOFSOSTOSS OF TEE
GIRARD HOUSE,-
phhadeephia,
Respectfully c»H the attention of Business Men and
V l **! J*° tte superior accommo
£ offe lF Vulr establishment,
6tSD-n49i 20-iw*i* EaKaqa. wiwi.m A rn
T'HOMSON’S LONDON HITCH-
X,BNE& OB EUROPEAN RANGE. for featFe*
hotels, or public Institution*, in TWENTY DIeFKR*
ENT SIZES. Also. Philadelphia Basra Hot Ate
Furnaces. Portable Heaters. Lowdown Grata Pin
board Stores. Bath Sellers. Btewfcole Plates. Broilers.
Cocking Stores. &c„ at wholesale and retail.by the
xnannfactnreiß.
CHASE. EEAEPE * THOMSON.
200Ncrth Second street. Philadelphia, Pa.
se2SrS6 Bniw*«
A VALUABLE MILL PROP
gtrrr
FOK S ALE,
Embracing a four story stone Flouring Mm. centals
ingfourrun of stone, one Double Coest Mercian!
Bolt and two single custom, do. with superior clean
mz works and appurtenances of a am class mill.
fbe mill Is located at New HUiord, onihe Mshwan
taeßlver.sixjnUes south of-Kcckford. The supply
4f water Is abundant at all seasons to drive throe
nid B »nd wa'er power, together with 400 acres
of land, dwelling tenement houses, store buUOlng.
blacksmithshop, borra bant, large tottte barn, etc.
The mill and water power wl l b« sold separate from
the lanes and other property E desired. Prlceforths
whole. ooo: for tue mill and water po *er, Wo 000.
panninc Lanas or City property, taken In part pay
ment. No better piac- can be found for feeding stock,
too heac ol cattle and *SO bogs can bo bought with
premises.
Ac dress C.B. JOHNBON.New Milford. Winnebago
fS5* I V. lIL, or D. K. PEARSON. 118 Randolph «t«wt
Obleage. * B et7-m8»-S6t
TVJotice to shippers or
lard, gbsabk Ac —Tbs under-
particular attention tothe of Tal
tt«wmb*pro»BUydisposed of. and cnlckreturui
£!fAr O 2«t?2L“™ t * WOQ * terasT WsmSi ow
weekw grxui to an tending tbmr ad
ingsato ASksM HNiOHT»Swf
MU&vtiot u Water street, sew Tort
REPORT OF TUE OHIO SAHTABY
. Cikciknati, Oct. 8. —The Commercial Bays
cajt Chaa. B. Cist, Esq, who, in behall of the
Sanitary Commission, proceeded to Chatta
nooga Immediately after the battle of Chicks
manga, arrived in this city yesterday after
noon. He left Chattanooga on Friday last,
and Bridgeport at noon of Sunday, He folly
confirms the encouraging reports that we
have had of the position, condition and spirit
of the army, from all who have been with it
since the battle. The army does not feel that
it has Buflered a reverse, and there is general
exasperation among the soldiers at the exag
gerated tales of disaster put In circulation in
the North which have reached them. The
army theory of the matter is that the battle
wasfor the possession of Chattanooga The}
have it end claim a substantial victory. It is
a mistaken _ notion that the Army of the
Cumberland marched oat from Chattanooga
and Wtic beaten back into it.
In pomt of fact four-fifths of the army were
never in Chsttanocga until alter the battle.
Tbe main body cl our forces crossed the
Tennessee river and the mountains that shelter
North Georgia, to the right of Chattanooga,
menacing Bragg’s lino of Communications.
Bragg fell bock to avoid being taken in the
rear and separated from his reinforcements.
*Wbcn our army hid eroded the moantaics,
Bragg’s reinforcements came up, and ho pre
pared for battle. Thtn it was a race between,
the armies which should get into Chittanooga.
They came in contact near that place, and
the two dajs terrible fighting occurred.. The
quetlicnol defeat or success with our army
was, whether they should secure a base of
operations at Chattanooga, or be driven back
into the moontiins through which they hal
advanced, and compelled to rest at Bridge
port. The result is knows, and “theprizeof
victory,” as theßichmondoapcrs josujr terra
ChaUmiocga, Is In t.nr Jißodis. .
It is believed that if McCook’s and Critten
dt n’e cc rps had been efficiently commanded,
the rebel army would have been by uMb time a
wreck at Atlanta; and nodoubtis entertained
by cur boys of complete success ” next
time.”
It Is helieved’at the Adjutant General's office
that the losses in the battles in killed, wounded
and missing, will sot exceed thirteen
thousand. The enemy lost a great many
mere in killed than we did. and have more
men seriously wounded. They took a few
more prisoners and a lew more guns than we
did. The large number of our slightly
wounded Is accountcdfor in part by the fact
that the enemy used a great many *‘ buck and
ball” cartridges. The oackehot temporarily
disable a great many men. putting them out
of the fight, but do not kill a large propor
tion. Oar soldiers are armed exclusively
with rifles.
There-was a good deal of interest fdt In
onr. army as to the opinions of Longstreet’s
men cf thtf comparative lighting qualities
of the Eastern and western troops.
The intelligent prisoners belonging to
LoDgßlrcel’6 divisions who were taken were
interrogated on this point. Their testi
mony-was that the soldiers of the Army of
the Potomac were as brave as those ottbc
Army of the Coxnberland, bat they said
the lire ol Rosecrans’ men was more
deadly than that of the Eastern eoldiers—they
were, in the aggregate, much better marks
men, and they rallied more rapidly when they
bad been broken. The rebs were somewhat
surprised at the tenacity with which the regi
ments of the Army of the Cumberland main
tained their organization under reverses.
They repeatedly found regiments that they
supposed had been routed, pat into firm
fighting condition in a few minutes. Every
thing that is possible is being done lor onr
wounded, and they are generally pretty well
supplied with necessaries, hut they are suffer
ing xenibly In being transported over rough
roads.
Ko uneasiness need be entertained as to the
adeqn-icy of supplies lor the army. There are
la»ge quantities on hand. The rebel cavalry
raid, though a serious annoyance, can only
amount to a temporary mischief. Their force
is not strong enough to held any position on
the road far twenty-four hours, and they will
befortneateif they hare not as much diffi
culty in rccroeslrg the Tennessee River as
John Morgan had In reparsing the Ohio after
his raid in this direction. It is confidently
expected that the rebel raiding force will be
knocked in pieces by onr holly pursuing cav
alry. Provision was made in advance for
speedily repairing the railroad, if it should be
broken. The timber is ready, and has only to
be moved to the spot and put up, so we may
count upon it that damages will be repaired
in a very brief period.
The arrangements for taking the vote of
the Ohio soldiers on Tuesday next have been
completed. There is no YaUandJgham party
in the army. Occasionally there is a regi
ment where there are one or two Yallandig
bam men, hut they are so rare as to be carl
oslticr. The patriotic feellngamongthe boys
has only been intensified by their experience
since they marched with fall ranks through
onr cities on their way to “the big wars,”
cheered by all the people, some of whom hare
nntbrtnnately suffered their sense of duty to
their country and its defenders, to be ob
scured by the passions that arise In partisan
controversies.
Experiments with ike Greek Fire.
The Morris Island correspondent of the
N. T. ■writing under date of Sept.
29th,eajs:
Ton have been Informed that a Greek fire
wae thrown into the city of Charlestonbat
this Intimation is to be understood as having
been made in the past tense only. Public
curiosity has been much excited upon this
subject, especially among the traitorous in
habitants of the city we Invest. Let them be
patient; they will be gratified in due time.
Indeed the new “ sensation” is likely to en*
joj but short-lived popularity among them.
Yon r correspondent yesterday witnessed some
experiments with this new incendiary agent,
calculated to determine whether it would
cause premature explosions of shells contain-,
ing it. Nine shells were fired from a 80*
pounder Parrott gun into the sea. Of these
two contained each ten ct the small tin
tubes in which (he Greek fire is packed, in'
addition to the bursting charge of powder.
The other seven Lad each.tour tubes of the
inflammable article. The first shot had a
charge of ten tubes. This had a wooden ping
instead of a fuse. It fell into the water with
out exploding. The second, containing ten
tubes, withafive-eecoudfußc, cxplodedabont
150 from the gun, and was deemed an evi
dence of premature explosion by the Captain
of Ordnonce in command, who declared chat
the shell should, in five seconds, travel at
least 1,200 feet. To this Mr. Short, the pro
prietor cf the Greek fire, objected that the
fuse might have been defective, or imperfect
ly adjusted. Accordingly, he was invited to
seethe remaining fuses placed in the shells.
The Sergeant performing this duty carefully
filled them in with whiteleadto prevent leak
age of gas into the sheU from the
clamber ol the gun, by the ignition
of the powder therein. This precaution
taken, the seven remaining shells were dis
charged in succession, with the same results
as though they had been only ordinarily
charged. Various elevations were tried, wltn
5-cecond, 10 second, and 12-second loses,
most of the shells exploding in the air when
their fuses had burned through, the others
foiling unexploded, into the sea, owing to
the depression of the gun. The first shot,
and the seven last fired, proved that “Greek
fire” did not, as had-been charged, explode
the shells prematurely. This was all that
was required to be proved by the experi
ment.
Salt
Of the incendiary power of the “Greek
fire,” your correspondent was enabled to
judge bj igniting some himself, and thrusting
it alternately into water and fland. Several
seconds’ immeraion in either was ineffectual
to extinguish the flame. "Another tube
thrown under water, on the beach, was ex
hausted of its contents. The thick, pitchy
smoke that bubbled up through the water*
continued two minutes,* to prove that com
bustion still went on. A third tube was
fired, and buried on the beach, the wet sand
being stamped and pressed on all Bides of it,
so that the Mr was excluded from the flame.
In four minutes it was dug up, and
found to have quite burned out.
A substance that will bum two
minutes, inextinguishable by any of the appli
ances ordinarily at band, must be a very dan
gerous Incendiary agent. Chemists know
nowto compound several such mixtures; but,
as all those heretofore hare been liquid or
gaseous in their form, the danger of using
them has been very great. Hr. Short has re
duced his compound to a solid body, luezplo
sive and not liable to spontaneous combus
tion. He packs it into tin tubes, three in
ches in length and three fourths of an inch
diameter. These are lined, Inside and out,
with pitch. The solid compound is
tightly packed into them, a fuse being Insert
ed at one end. They are then covered with
brown paper, and deposited in wooden boxes
of 250 each, ready for use. It would seem
that they Slight be made available for the
samepnrpose as hand grenades are used for.
Mr. Short might with advantage cause them
to be packed in sheet iron boxes instead of
wooden ones. Indeed, they are so very liable
to aggravate dangerous fires, when kept near
other articles of ordnance, that it would be
well to set our patent fire-proof safe-makers
at work to device light and portable packing
cases lor them, intended especially to pre
serve them, ior a time at least, from contact
with fires accidentally kindled.
The health of Garibaldi continues to im
prove. The General walks about Caprera
now by the aid of a stick, and without feeling
any pain. . .
Crawford's group-of statuary, claimed
by those who effected its sale to the Govern
ment to be illustrative of our nation's his
tory, has been hoisted to its place on the
north wing of the capltoL
Henry Ward Beecher has reached Eng
land, on his way home.
.“ A deserter ran across the suspension
bridge at Lewiston a few day* aince, and a
guard alter him. They followed him into
Queeneton, on the Canada aide,, and bred at
him, without effect Whereupon the soldiers
were arrested by the Canadian authorities
and put in jaiL A well known citizen went
to their relief, and, nicer making due apolo
gies, the soldiers were released. The Cana
dians were quite indignant at this Invasion by
Yankee soldiers.
Count Alfred de - Vigny, a French poet of
rare and graceful genius, and a prose writer
at once affluent and exquisitely critical, is
dead, fiis translation of Sbakspearowas the
first which made it possible for the great
master of the English drama to be at all
fairly appreciated in French. The most elab
orate of his works, the romance of Coig
Kars, has attained a great Englishpopnlarity;
In 1845 he was elected a member of the
French Academy, and his death, accordingly,
vacates one of the “forty chairs of thelm
mortals.' 1
(Eljtcaga tribune.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10.1803.
COMMISSION.
NEWS PAEIGKiPHS.
FBOK TIDB BED LISE
TREATS EXPBDITIOX
Tire Oldest of Living Chlppcwts-A
Squaw 120 Team old—Xhe Great-
Grand mother of the Bed JLaKera—
Aud an antiquarian. finaT Xhereon
for the benefit of the Pickwick
Club,
[Correspondence St. Paul Press.]
Btd Lake Crossing, Sept. 21, 1653.
Dear Press:—l have stood f*ca to face
with the middle of the Eighteenth Century,
and looked into its dim and hazy eves. I have
cetn the cotemporary of the Grand Mouarque,
cf Frederick the Great, and Bossuet and Vol
taire, and Walpole—the link which connects'
the golden age of absolutism and Utopian
philosophies which the iron age of revolu
tions and republics coevil with the dream of
the one and the follfllment of the other. In
short, I have seen a Chippewa squaw a han
dled and twenty years old.
I first met this ancient ladyat Abercrombie,
crouchirg on the ground, half hid, as if to
symbolize her own decay and desolation. In
the smoke and ashes of a smouldering fire,
among the children of a half-breed great
granddaughter, with a knife In her tremulous
nxgen, cutting up a coon for a stew she was
cooking in the pot which hung oyer the half
dead embers. and looking, for all the world,
like one of the weird witch-hags whom Mac
beth met upon the heath, and mu’ tering, like
them, some potent incantation over the oc
cur sed bouillon.
She is, they say, the great great-great .and
thilce great grandmother of an Indian aud
half-breed progeny numbering hundreds, the
gray progenitrix and spring head of the cioi
meriau Hed Lakers—that uncouth and hyper-'
borcsn tribe who dwell beyond the farthest
sources and summits of the Mlsslcsippi, by
the shores of on inland sea, ringed in with
tte glcom of primeval woods. She is the
first Chippewa woman, she says, who ever set
foot or skinned muskrats on the shores of Bed
Lake.
A hundred years ago, when the Chippewa®
bad driven the Sioux from the borders of
Lake Superior and the lacustrine forest re
gion around the headwaters of the Mississippi
into the naked plains to the west and south,
this woman with her husband emigrated from
the Ssult St, Marie to find a home lathe
newly conquered territory, and pavslnu
through the dark forests and the labyrinth of
lakes, which are strong along the current of
the Miislstippl, like the gigantic rosary of
some dark spirit called like a monk, forever
telling Us beads in the twQight of the ever
lasting pines, passing beyond the maze of rice
swamps and bogs, and leaving their less ad
venturous kin behind them, pressed bn to
wards the selting sun till they reached the
margin of Bed Lake, and there founded a col
ony efthdr own. Others soon after joined
them and made a village there, and she re
in tubers that there a party of Sioux come to
prcpl’iate the intruding strangers', and to
make a treaty ofpeace. But
Tinuo Bundoati donaferrenics"
was the maxim of the ruthless invaders. The
Sioux were attacked, two of their number
killed, and from tbatday to this, the old lady
says the Red Lakers hive been at war with
the Slcux.
Gov. Ramsey, who was present, having in
formed her that he was going to make a trea
ty for the lands of the Rtd lakers, she replied
wl»ha senile chuckle that he ought to treat
with her os she was the original owner; and
. 1 could not help feeling a sort of supersti
tious awe of this stiange, old, mummified
relic of a dead century, claiming her own in a
world she had outlived and which had forgot
ten her—as if the widow of Romulus nad
risen from her ashes to claim her Sabine dow
er in the seven billed city.
And a grand old classic squaw she grew
upon me, as I locked at her crooning over
the simmering kettle, dingy, and begrimmed,
like a picture of the old masters, with the
smoky adumbration of the ages that had
grown over her. Her matted and knotty hair
was not white, as I could not help thinking it
might have been half a century ago, bat of a
dun and slaty grey, as ii the snows of her six
score winters had been touched with the
shadows of an antiquity overtopping the
common range of human life, as the hoary
heads of the highest mountains are hooded
in the clouds.
Her lace certified to the superhuman an
tiquity ot its owner, which was rather dispar
aged by the liveliness of her movements, for
sue hobbled about, crutch in hand, with an
agility more becoming a blooming maiden of
eighteen than a lady of her mature years. But
her face was positively the oldest face—the
oddest, flabby, age-tattoed, wrinked-reUcula
led, parchment of a face yon ever saw on hu
man being. The history of all her 120 years
was crowded in the mystic hieroglyphs which
Time and- its cares had cut, ana carved, and
countersigned in her leathery skin—baffling
all attempts' to fincy her the round ana
smooth cheeked Indian girl, the beauty of a
hundred years ago, as she was said to tie.
But these misty, rheumy eyes, Just peeping
from their nearly closed lids, upon the deep
ening twilight In which she gropes her way
to tne grave, had once their noon of fall
orbed radiance, and were in their auroral
splendor one hundred years ago. It was
then a young Frenchman, named Messon,
came to Red Lake to trade in lots, when her
husband was away hunting, and plttylng her
loneliness or smitten with her charms, con
soled her for the absence of her liege lord by
assuming bis duties. In honor 01 this tem
porary connection, she proudly bears the
name of Elizabeth Messon; and she gleefully
relates that on her husband's return he had
the benignity, on seeing the presents she had
received from her paramour, to approve the
lucrative transaction, but insisted that the
half-breed girl, who was the fruit of the con
nection, should be reared by her father. This
was agreed to, and from the ingraft sprang a
wide family of half breed descendents, among
whom, as among the Red Lakers, the avuncu
lar squaw is cherished, we hope, with the
filial veneration due to her fabmons age, and
her historic dignity, as the living and coeval
embodiment of all their traditions.
In the true Pickwickian spirit of antiquari
an research, 1 hive accepted the remote an
tiquity which her - half breed descendants as
sign to their are Elizabeth; without submit
ting their chronology to the test of a too im
pertinent skepticism* lam the chronicler
and not the critic. To be sure, when I caw
her getting ont of a Red River cart, making a
ladder of the wheels, to assist her feeble and
faltering,* but cautious and sure descent—l
thought—but no matter; to others I leave
the vulgar sacrilege of doubt. The-legeod of
her years is written in the papyrus skin which
enrolls the monumental mummy ofher body.
They all say ahe is one hundred and twenty
years of age; and old grey-headed men—the
patriarchs of the tribe—remember her when
they were boys, as even then an old woman.
Could anything be more authentic? J.A.W.
Tlio Dominican Rebellion.
The eastern portion of the island of llajti,
comprising an area of square miles (equal to
two States like New Hampshire or Maryland,)
and having- a population of about 140,000,
nine tenths of whom are blacks, constitutes
what was lately known as the Dominican Re
public. The harbor of the city of San Do
mingo, and the bay of Samana, afford an ex
cellent refuge for shipping. The cession of
the latter to the United States was a subject
of negotiation between Santana, then P.evi
dent; and the Administration of Gen. Fierce.
'Within the lost fifty years, the Dominicans
have been at different times subjects of Spain
and then of France, and been repeatedly en
gaged in fierce wars with Haytl. in an effort to
maintain their independence. Recognized by
France, a treaty with that power was con
cluded In 1848, and with Great Britain two
years later. For a time they enjoyed a con
siderable degree of prosperity, but through
the treachery of President Santana the rights
and liberties of the people were sold to Bpain
and the act of annexation consummated.
Against Spain they now rebel, the' Domini
cans displaying an earnestness and unanimity
which gives promise of a long and desperate
struggle before the imperial authority can bo
re-established. Our latest advices speak of
the conflict as going on with unabated fury.
Two divisions of Spanish troops, together
numbering 3,0 00 men, had been routed with
a loss of more than 1,000 killed and wounded.
One division of 3,000 men were repulsed in
an open attack. The other entered Santiago, ■
but were compelled to capitulate, after the
city had been burnt, and it was on the retreat
to Puerto Plata that, in disregard of condi
tions previously agreed upon, the Spaniards
were fired upon with deadly effect. The
town of San Carlos, in the neighborhood of
of Santo Domingo City, was also said to have
been burned by the rebels. -According to re
port, fearful atrocities have been committed,
by both sides.
The Dominicans evidently have the . sympa
thies of the neighboring islands not under
Spanish Jurisdiction, and it is charged that
they ore receiving substantial comfort , from
sympathizers in the United States However
this may be, it is not cerfain the Dominicans
are capable of self-government In former
experience they lacked vigor and cohesion.
No doubt In regard to the present difficulty,
thefe was reason for dissatisfaction. They
represent that they have been treated as van
quished subjects; that civil and religious lib
erty has been taken away; that their educa
tional Institutions have been suppressed; in
short, that Spanish rule has been followed by
the decay of commerce, the discouragement
of domestic Industry, and mental and moral
deterioration. What will be the end, none
can foresee.
The BUlan Cathedral.
. Henry Word Beecher in Ms last letter to
the independent, dates from. Milan, and thus
speaks of the Cathedral:
The Interior of the Milan Cathedral is most
imprcselvo. The line of mat columns that
rise np in;o the dim bights, the sense of Im
meneespace, fill the mind with all manner of
fancies. It Is somethlngas if in a clear night
one lies down and looks long np into the hea
vens. That comes .nearer to an experience of
being out ot the - body than anything else I
; know of; and to say that a cathedral reminds
yon of it, is to give it great praise I went
every day, in the morning, to see the sunlight
gush through the eastern painted windows,
and every afternoon I returned to see the
richergolden evening light, stream through
the western windows. As a lifelong daily ex
perience, I would not exchange tma for the
free outdoor sunlight, spread upwards, In the
morning, over the whole glowing cope, and
Caching over the - fields, with myriad echoes
from every drop of dew. Bat, as an unusual
experience, it deeply impressed me. 1 felt as
if it were but the flood of light preceding
some angelic band. I waited for sound and
eight. . 1 almost believed that I should hear
some voice with messages out of the Great
Infinite, announcing truths which, alas! shall
never come to us until wo go forth to them
, Can’t Swallow tub Dose.— The Copper
heads of Walworth county, Wisconsin, re
cently nominated Judge G. W. Skinner, of
Delevan, for County Superintendent. The
loyal old War Democrat thus rebukes the
Judases In his card'decllnlDg the nomination:
"I have no sympathy with the party called
Copperhead Democrats. I am thoroughly
in favor of a vigorous prosecution ot the war
until the last rebel has laid down Ms arms,
believing that we, as a people, could never be
worthy of respect amougnaitons of the world,
if we would tamely submit to have oar Got
eniiuenttoin Into pieces by this cursed re
bel! lon.
Origin of the Word Chlckamanga,
[Coirespondence of tho Nashville Union.]
NAsnvnxs. 0:t 3,1353.
editor cf the New Albany Ltd'jer haa
derived bis information, In regard to the slg.
nllica’loD of the word Chlckamanga, lrjni a
etibcge source, if be thicks It zae&ne any.
tblrg like pleasant or beantlf 01, I hare been
a resident in the vicinity for eleven year®,
and having some cariosity Id regard to laa.
geege and literary affairs, I would naturally
make some inquiry about the original signifi
cation of the Indian names; and traditionary
authority generally sanctions “River ot
Death” as being the Interpretation of Chick*
amanga. Bat there are some who say that in
the Cherokee latguageit signified Graveyard;
but no person, white, black or Indian has
ever understood it to mean anything like
pleasanter beantifaL The name Chickannu
ga Is said to have been given to the stream
m consequence of the unhealthineus ot the
climate, it being the most sickly region
either in Tennessee or Georgia. Ids spoken
■of by some as a river. It is considered a
creek by persons la that region. There are
several streams in the vicinity bearing the
same name. North Chlckamanga ruaa oat
oftValden’s Ridge going"south, and empties
into the Tennessee, seven miles above Chat*
tanooga.
Last Chlckamanga risesuear Che State line,
being formed by branches from Hamilton and
Bradley counties in Tennessee, and White
field at d Maury counties in Georgia; running
in a western direction to a point near Ring
gold, inms nearly north, and falls into the
Tennessee river five miles above Chattanooga. :
Above Ringgold it is called Rost Ghlckamia
go. The valley of this stream Is followed by
the Western and Atlantic Railroad to a point
beyond Ringgold.' 3here are from tea to
fifteen railroad bridges on this crock. West
Chlckamanga, the creek on which the great
battle was longht on Saturday and Sunday,
heads in McLemore’s Cove, a part.of Look
out Mountain, and runs nearly east; until it
reaches main Ghickamauga, near the old Mis
sionary Station. Gordon’s Mills are on this
atrram. And the plain upon this side of the
creek is the ground on which the most san
guinary struggle of modern times took
place. It is on the road leading from Chat
tanooga to Lafayette. ®
POBEICN WAIFS,
lv Tfc e correspondent of the Times attached to
tee Confederate army in Virginia ia Bald to be
IJent. Butler, of Sillstria celebrity.
Infanticide is increasing bo rapidly in the
United Kingdom, that a society has been
formed for the purpose of adopting measures
for its prevention.
The necessaiy authority has been sought to
csteblish liberal journals at Tours, Angers,
nnd several other cities in France, and bag
been in every case refused.
At a “Harvest Home’* dinner, in a rural
SarUh of England, an American named Raw*
r-gfl was much cheered on expressing the
hope that the Confederates would win the
day.
Pilgrimages by rail are becoming quite the
fashion in the old world. The ghosts of
those ancient worthies who walked hundreds
of miles to Rome with peas in their shoes,
must look down with supreme contempt upon
this innovation.
—There exists in Berlin a “ Society for the
Defence of the Liberty of the Press,” and it
has .kept a register of the nomberot warn
ings given to newspapers ia Jane and July.
Tney amount to eighty—at the rate, that is to
say, of ipore than one .a day.
—The Emperor of Morocco having mani
fested an intention ol purchasing some pieces
of ordnance in Spain, the Queen’s govern
ment has ordered that four rifled cannon shall
be sent as a present from her Majesty as a
mark of the good understanding which pre
vails between the two countries.
—The Isige’incrcaso of vipers in France has
attracted tne attention of the Government,
and the councils-gencral of departments have
been advised to votes sum of money for the
destruction of these dangerous reptiles. Tne
object is found to be best effected, however,
by the multiplication of crows ood pigs.
—A Confederate agent appeared In Cork,
and, after enlhting the sympathies of the peo
ple, farther secured a Malacca cane and £lO,
an opera glass, two great coats, a bootjack, a
new hat in exchange for an old one, a silknm
brella, of coarse, and left his landlord to de
plore his loss, on account of his bills unpaid.
—The Russians are placing torpedoes In
the Balilc, and have issued notices to naviga
tors to observe* certain marks in order to
avoid them, flying blue flags on the danger
posts. Some accidents have alreany occur
red, and a short time since a Danish vessel
was destroyed by one of these exploding ma
chines, which had been inadvertently left in
the fairway since the last war.
—A sad accident has happenedat the Thea
tre Dejazer, In Paris. The ghost apparatus
haring been disarranged, one of the chorus
singers was substituted in its place. Unfor
tunately, this was nofrtold either to the pub
lic or M. Fribault, who represented the mur
derer. Tne audience hissed the ghost, which
M. Fribault took to himself, and made a
thrust with the dagger at the supposed ap
parition. The poor man gave a horrible
shriek, and fell, the dagger, which was a
rharp-bladed instrument, remaining In his
body. A few hours later he was a corpse.
—A singular incident occurred a few weeks
bock at the Rainey circus at Ostend, when
the Duchess de Brabant was present. Tne
performance terminated by a stag hunt, in
, which the animal, finding Itself surrounded,
made a desperate leap and alighted in the
Royal box at the feet of the Duchess. Jt
then Jumped over the low partition, rushed
down the grand staircase at the back of the
box, gained the street, and has not been since
beard of This unexpected teat, which was
not 'on the programme, excited general
laughter in the theatre, In which the Duchess
hereelf was one of the first to join.
—A Faria creditor followed one of his debt
ors from the evening concert in the Champs
Elysees, accompanied by a large crowd of
persons who were eager.to see whether the
debtor, a much younger and more active man
than his creditor, would not give him the
slip; As they were going along, a person ex
claimed: “Whata stupid lellowtbat credi
tor must be! Why does hot he collar his
debtor and make a disturbance, so that the
“sergentsde rille” might arrest both and
lock them up for the night ?” The creditor
followed the advice, but not with any great
success, for the debtor managed to get away
in the scuffle, thanks to the rid of sympa
thizing bystanders, while the creditor and his
officious counsellor were token into custody
for a breach of the peace, and marched off to
the nearest police station. .
—Colonel Charms, one of the exiles of 1851,
some years ago wrote a remarkable book on
the campaign of 1815 and the battleof Water
loo. All the incidents of the great struggle
were analysed and discussed from a soldier's
point of view, and the result was that the
gallant author, himself a military celebrity of
great note, concluded against the fanciful
etorv recorded in the “Memorial de St. Hele
na,” laid all the blame on the first Napoleon,
and gave the praise to Wellington. Although
the book did not so much as mention Napo
leon lIL, it had to be published In Brussels.
The sixth edition is about to appear, and as
CoL Charms has added a special chapter of
100 pages, for the purposeof refuting the last
volume of M. Tbier’s history, he wanted to
have his maps engraved in Faria, by a high
firm, which does these things for the French
War Office. The firm readily consented,
when the Secretary of State suddenly ln
‘formed them that their connection with his
office would at once be dissevered if they ex
ecuted the order. Afterwards, a. Belgian en
graver undertook the work for which he de
sired to obtain a special kind of paper manu
factured In France; the manufacturer was,
however, forbidden to provide it.
■ —Rev. John De Witt was installed as Pro
fessor of Biblical Literature. In the Theologi
cal Seminary at New Brunswick, y evr Jersey,
on Tuesday last. Rev. -Thomas De Witt, in
delivering the charge, referred to the fact thit
just, forty years ago he had performed the
same service in which he was now engaged at
the institution of the lather of him whom he
addrcEEed-
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or mere acquaimtasces. If you want ast abtiolb.
large or email, sir gle or In quantity.
For Dealers’ Supplies, Military Gooda. Ladles’ cr
Gents' U»e or Wear. Farming or Manufactur
ing Purposes, Frulta, Grain, Produce,
on
anythkg on earth.
From a Paper of Pins to a Steam Engine, &c.,*c.,
SxsD ox toub oBUSES, and we will mi then on bet
ter urms than you could yourselves, while oar com
mission, even on large orders. Is much less than the
expense of visiting tne above cities in person. Com
munications stxlcuy confidential.
Onr house In Pew York his been established la this
business for ten years, aud we are enabled to have all
o:dcrt fl Jed FAirnyuLLT and womptly.
Orders should be plainly wrlttes and clesxly worded
as posallle. and may be remitted f„r. either direct or
through some city friend to be paid when filled, or
we send by expreei and collect on Ceivtty.
Our clr-rgcs for purchasing «re as follows All pur
chases ol arllclea (not regulated by the Bard of
Tilde) amounting to fIW. 5 per ceat comxlssl^n;
over |IJO, ZX r«r cent, commission- Grain and Pro
duce purchased at Board ol Trade rates.
52 r* cut this card out for reference.
JOHN WILSON, JB, loco —st] THOS. TJXDXEWOOD
DOTAL HAVANA LOTTERY.
JLV InDravrtsc of S»pi. 22d.igs3
No 1*563 drew *I(O.MW- No 5C77 ore» S30000; No.
13SC0drew |Sfl COO; No. 19252 drew «10 000 r No. 5921
drew *5(00; being the five capital prizes. 33 percent
premium paid lor prizes. Information lornlihed.
Highest price paid for Double on? aadan kinds of Qjld
ate Sliver ‘ TAYLOR & CO.; Danker 8,
QCB-IBCI ft No.is Wall street.
NOTICE. —Mftdame Andrews,
Clairvoyant, from Boston, Maaa., can be tea
suited at
usorra honbob stress.
Ulalrvyaat examinaaoua, one dollar. She also tear
the rat. Present and Future, Term* 50 cent*. Hontl
|toa 9A.M, lelP, M. Ur»Aßa-Uirii
Uliscclloncons.
MPORTAKT TO RAILWAY
TRAVELERS. •
To save Hate.
SELECT YOUB EOUTE 0? TBATEL
Fioa the.
MAPS OF TAB PRINCIPAL RAILWAYS
Represented la
A?PIBTON>B BAItWAT GUIDE.
TH2 QOTQQKB BtntQSR OV
APPLITOR'SOmCIAL RAILWAY GUIDE
Contains
I.—I: early One Hundred Hallway Maps, represent
icy ihs Principal Ralivaja of the coaotry. to
get&tr wita the Principal ttoattsfrocn Boston.
PcUaatlonii. Baltimore. Puts
borgb.WlueUDg Colamhm. Ctncl izatl.Loa I *-
▼Uie. Bl Louis. Chicago, Toledo. Detroit.
Q«Te]aid Buffalo, Montreal, Portland Ac.
H.—lotpoi Uat lovUucU'TLt to ttalmay Travelers la
rcTcmceto ilmsTatler. Tlrr-ean! OUttnee
TT _ Indicators. Boles for Railway Travelers. Ac
111. Portrait »nd Biography o( John D Campbell.
late BopeTiaterdcntofthe MleVgtn aoutha-n
and Bortmrn ltd! na Rsi’way and Mayor of
Adnao. Mien., with phrenolo.lcii Delineation
... of character hr FowlrrA We is.
IV. Bajlwats ANDTncisPßoasnss: Sazlnav—tea
BwurefaofWraUhard I*rojp3rlty; i-creNsw
State# Coming; Atlantic a-rt Great Western
Railway; Mlca’gaa d-atral R«llw»y: Military
Railways la Rectncky; Philaisipnia, WU
EUgtop aid Baltimore Ral.way: tee Great
Wm- Rome. Watenown »ad o.denjhaxh
railway-St Paul and Pacific Raaway Coc£
paryicblcagoand RocV Steu
benville Rati**} • Philadelphia and Treatoa
Railway; aandnafcy, uamaeld and Newark
Railway; Bl.Loula Alton and Coicago Rati
way Line.
V. Anecdotesanplncidents or Travel: The
Weanh lye Go*; Bomlraa Is. the Queen cf Ac
iyrla; Haw on InqultlUvo Man was Cat; The
HeclelneTester; Making Love to bis Own
Dacehtsr; Wonderfullnfloenceof Dress; Ad
venture of Timothy Murphy; Avarice Oat*
willed; Whirl it Round! Whirl It Rouad;
Afraid of the Draft; What la Neeeaiary to
yWS. O * O Judge- A hrlead’s A gonent;
Mra. Partington on theDratt; aSsnsibla Has-
The Pavcrltfl Paper.
vL-Ovas Tana* Hundred Tnra Tables, repre
tenon* lhe Lenamue andArrWa, of Trains
throngbODt th<- Unltec Stales and t-e Canadas,
the Principal BaUwaya of which are
ated by lisps
Vll.—Time and Distance Ibdioatoes.
by Dials the Distance to and from toe Princi
pal Cities thronzacut the Unite! States, to-
setter with the Difference in Tims.
„ APPLEVOKSO* Fl'.’laL RAILWAY GUIDE
Can be obtained at all Ire Principal Kews-snd Peri
odical Agencies and dook Stores, and from tra bjys
wto sell books, periodicals, Ac,, npon the Principal
Railways throogbont the United States and the Cana
das. PbicsTwbstt-Kive Cairrs.
_ w D. APPLETON & CO . Publllhers.
CCSnSnst 113 and 415 Broadway. N. Y.
gCOTT, KEEN & CO.,
'Wholesale and Bet&il Sealers in
FINE CLOTHING,
Officer’s Uniforms,
CLOTHS, CASSIDEEBES, VESTINGS,
FURNISHING GOODS,
Trunks, Traveling Bags and Valises.
136 LAKE STREET.
CCSxSHSm
EE AL ESTATE. —Hiving re
celnd maty orders for tte
Purchase of Beal Ifctate,
ptrtles tavlair the tame to dlipose of would da wen to
record their property upon our tocka.
fro charges unless tale b effected,
WILSON ft UNDERWOOD.
Coirmlialon Porcha-lnf? Ag*tts Nn<B Board of Trade
BulidUg, Chicago. P.O. Bex GilX ©cT-ISM-i*
Q.LEASON’3
KEROSENE CRATER,
USED ON ANT KEROSENE LAMP
Without Obscuring the Light.
Will warm food for the baby, heat water or steep
herbs, etc., for tbs aick. make water hot for shaving
or toudy. cook a few ojfliers, bell or fry eggs, make
tea or coffee, toast bread, etc., etc., la less time and
experic Ibaa by a- y other means known. Also a
PATENT LIGHTER,
For lighting lamps without removing the chimney,
FOB SALE AT
Lamp and Oil Store, 122 Clark St.
ie2B nsse 4w GEO. G. POPE.
JOHN GRAY,
dbaoehs m
WOODEN WARE, BROOMS,
Pails, Brashes, Hats, Twines, Cordage,
Tabs, Chnrns, Cradles,
Wsfou, Chair*, Bankets, Aci
15 FUITOir AND 202 PEOHT-BT.
gIsCTCtU NEW YOKE.
REMOVAL.
H. W. HINSDALE & CO.,
Wholesale Grocers,
Bare removed to their New Store,
48 & 50 South Water St,
Corner of Wabash Ave., Chicago 111,.
n.W mKBUALX. 8. BG3LXT. J. W. STANLEY
tel6*mS2o-im
J # H. REED & CO.,
importers and jcbbees of
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS,
146 I. alto street, Chicago, HI.
Abo. deal largely ts
Faints, Oils, Window-Glass, Glass
ware, BuruiDf Oils, Kerosene,
Soap-Bf alters’ Stock, manu
facturers’ Goods, dco.,
Which we offer at prices favorable to Western Mer
cboita ana Manufactorem.
J.H Biid, 174 Pearl street. N. Y. )
n. A. Huhlbpt. Chicago. $ aoI3 m7OS-tl
LARGS LOT OF
French Artificial Eyes,
JUST RECEIVED BY
GALE BROTHERS, Druggists,
202 RANDOLPH STREET. CHICAGO. ILL.
Ero gloves cleaned in
a superior manner.
198 Soutl& Clark Street.
Received also at the following places Ladles' Be
posltory. 51 State street; 111 State street j'JSt State
st.; 117 Monroe st; Pails Dvo Home «r> North Clark
st; iw West Madison st. Terms liberal to Ac-nca m
distant plsces. oet-afes-la
nnROT FEMALE .SEMINARY.
JL This Institution offers the accumulate! advan
tages of fifty seats of successful operation. Every
futility is provided for a thorough coarse of malm
acd ornamental education, under the direction of a
corpse! more than twenty professors and teachers.
For Circulars apply to JOHN H. WILLARD. Troy
Lew York. auamAGGw
GENERAL ORDER NO. 100.
VJ U. 8, Mississippi Sovadbon. ) •
Flag Chip Black Hawk. Caibo 111.. sspt.2s.lSGl. (
Officers who belong t* tee Mississippi equalroa.
asd lave ovcrstald their leave, are directed to report
without delay at this Station, or If unable w do so. to
give la writing. sailefactory reasons fo? sot return
ing to duty.
* i y c nicer falling to comply with this order will be
reported to the Navy Department, and recommended
tone dismissed from the U 8. Navy.
DAVID D. PORTER,
oc6-u756-lw Bear Admiral, Comd'g Miss. Squadron. -
CURGEON GENERAL’S OF
FICB. Washington, D. C„ Oct 3.15G3.
. An Anry Medical Board win meet la theettyof
New Fork, on the 13tb Icstant. for the examination of
candidates for admission Into the Medical staff of the
Regular Army.
AppUrai ts must be between 21 and SO years of age.
an dpbyslcsUy sound.
Applicative must bo made to the Secretary of War.
or Urn. ugh the Burgeon General of the Army, stating
the residence of the applicant, and the date and place
of his binh. and they mnat alto be accompanied by
pesjxctable testimonials of moral character.
No allowance Is made forthe expends of persocs
urdergolrg the examination, as It Is an Indispensable
pre-reqnlsiteto appointment.
There ere now several vacancies in the Medical
Staff of the Regular Army.
By order, C. H. CRANE.
ocS nSTi-St Surgeon U. 8. Army.
T>RASS STENCIL ALPHABETS.
J J M. J. METCALF & SON.
45K SALEM STREET. BOSTON* MASS.
The only manufacturers lu- the United states, of
Brass SlpLabeieand Figures, to any gxeit extent or
in any variety, Sold at wholesale at the lowbst
Cash Pbices. Also, tbe BEST OF INDELIBLE
81ENC1L INK. tzut cuhap. Stencil Dies and all
kinds of Stencil Stock. Inquiries or order* promptly
attended to. • ccTnSlMm
CVLOtTR! FLOUR II FLOUR I! I
A We are dally receiving th following choice
biaads of
WHITE WINTER WHEAT FLOUR.
PLANT'S, Bt. Loolß. VK.I LJU. Bt. Lonlg.
ST. GEORGE,fit.Loolf. BOOTHKRHCITr.StLotUi
STANDARD, - ORIENTAL.
GILLESPIE. - • PLYMODT& BOCK, ••
CRKAM. St. LOUIS, STAR 07 VIRDEN.
ECLIPSE. •* STAR OF THE WEST.
GILBERT. XJPDULK * CO..
SO LuaSfl street.
aeS toKS-lm
pOR THE FALL TRADE.
BUSINESS CARDS
Got up on Bristol or Enameled Board, at a few hours’
aotlce.at too TRIBUNE JOS PRINTING OFFICE.
81 Clark street. aoae
ALBUMS!! ALBUMS!! l
m znesee stock ol new. rich, and beaatllul styles
now on exhibition. Haying them nude expressly to
my order, lam retailing them lower than any house
In the city, while 1 offer them at wholesale at tne
.•me rates as Bestem dealers. Don’t boy until you
see my Block, p.o. Box 4020, 8.8. APPLrBY. Photo*
graphic Stock Depot 131 South Clark it. an 2kS fla
DANDELION COFFEE. —We
L/ are the Agents (fer the Northwest) for the sale
of EmssD’s a cuxsmre'e celebrated Dimiioi
Jotpzx. and we are prepared to supply the wholesale
trade at manufacturer* price*. B. AC. haying manu
factured this article for many years, feel confident
that it wDI give entire satisfaction, we guarantor u
to aB purchasers. LADD, WILLIAMS A TODNG,
lyl£hßCl-lm is Iflver street. Chicago.
JHM, FAIRBANKS’ STANDARD
SCALES,
Of ell sizes
AJaSSttk Fairbanks, Greenleaf & Co.,
>e6^J^^ K - E - ST - CHICAGO.
OLIMPSES of the great
Of WBST.-Stereoscoplc Views of the most ro
mantic sceneryofMinnesota,Northwestern Wiscon
sin. lowa and Western Illinois, also views of Chicago
recently photographed, fora le, wholesale and mall,
at CABBuTT'B photographic Art Gallery. 131 Lake
street, Chicago. N. B.—Agent for Hall’s solar
era' seS-msti-tw
/RENT’S LINEN COLLARS,
WHOLESALE at low prices.
>7B Hondolph. Street, CUp-Stairs.)
l€l2-mC62-lm_ GOODRICH * LAWSON.
•DOTAL HAVANA LOTTERY.
tiJ InDrawlrgof Sept 4t', JS6S-
No USSOdrewSKO.OOO; Nf>. 13 055 draw : SHOOS: No.
19867dtev 550000;N0.23 091 drew SID000: No $3 433
drew »5.0C0; brlrg the five capital prizes. Prizes
cashed and Information famished. Address'
„ •* J 7 - YOUNGER a CO.. Chlc«g\
Poet Office Bps MM. ocs-n&ist
(StpruM tma.
'TRANSPORTATION.
Montreal, Prescott,
OCDENSBURGH,
Kingston, Toronto. Hamilton
AND INTERMEDIATE POINTS,
VIA
Ball to HAMILTON, thcnc* Flrit-CISM Steamers
TO ALL
Late Ontario aid Elver St. Lswreaee Forts.
PBOIBPT DISPATCH
Glvni to ail freight coßilzned via this ronta. Two
Sieamers leave Ran Uton dally for Montreal.
BRIP PESIGHT VIA
MICHIGAN CENTRAL
—OR—
Michigan Southern Roads,
And Conilga to Care of
CHEAT WESTEBS RAILWAY, Detroit.
Get Ell s of lacing at the Great Western Railway
OQlrc. 01 Lake street Trcmoot Bnildlag.
oc7nS26lw A. a'aLUKGFobd, Agent,
1863.
Western Transportation Compan;
AND
WESTERN EXPRESS,
THE WESTERN TRANSPORTATION COMPANY
have made arrasgemenu to nm their Laka Steaa
Propellers on altercate days with those ox the ‘
SPECIFIC REMEDY
SPKOIKIQ REMEDY
SPECIFIC REMEDY
SPECIFIC REMEDY
UnCmCAN CESXBIIBAILSOiIIa I
NBW IOBK CEKTBU
—ALSO—
THE EXPRESS,
Sunrltjr over tbo New York Central Ralirosd to But
Ok'-o. are connecting with the various KiUrosdarun
uisv West, and the citferent Lines ol Propellers ob
its Upper ard Lower Lakes.
For bins ot ladlse sod contracts via Canal or Bah
read,applyti the xollowlrg sweats;
HUOU AliLßN.Ni.l.Caulußllp, New York.
KVBRETT CLAPP. No. 1. CfflQtUt Slip. NSW York
AUG. C OLSEN. No. 1 Ctsntlss Blip New York.
B. Q. Cflt SB. US Pier, Albany. N. Y.
6.0. ( EASE, 191 Elver at-est, Troy. N.Y.
J.L.HUKO A CO..nurd'B Dock,Detroit,Midi,
E. A. BUCK. Greeo Bay. Wls. •
J. J. TAIL MADGE, M. A P. D. C. E. B. Pock. MS
Yankee, W’!*
WESTERN TRANSPORTATION CO- Buffalo.
003T8IQ51S8.
JNO HSAM * CO., Brle.P*.
BOND A MCKBIa Cleveland.Ohlo.
HOPEINB ft GRIFFITH, Toledo, Ohio.
W. F. DILL. Saodosty, Ohio.
A. P. DUTTON. Racine. -WJ*.
KENOSHA PIER COMPANY. Kenosha. WU,
W, H. WKIQHT & CO.. Waukeezan. m.
j. F. KIRKLAND, Sheboygan. wla.
JT. W. TUTTLE,
Seaerol Western Agent. No. 2 State street, Chicago,
ees t0493-3ro
BltaUinaL
GMMMCKSare GOOD,
BUT
ROBACE’S are BETTER
Robaek’s
Bitters.
Roback’s
Bitters.
iobaek’s
Ritters.
Eoback’s
Bitters.
Roback’s
Bitters.
Roback’s
Bitters
Robaek’s
Bitters.
Roback’s
Bitters.
Roback’s
Bitters.
. r , Cold stwholesale By
FULLER, FINCH m FPLLEA. W. D. H ARMS ft CO..
LOUD ft SMITH. SMITH ft DWYER, BURNHAM ft
SMITH. J. H. REED ft CO., J.ROKMHSLD, WEIGHT
S FRENCH, A. F. CROStEY, C. H. BECKWITH,
P. OUIhL.H. SCOVTLLE. At rctaU by BLISS ft
SHARPE. WRIGHT ft iFREMCH. MANN ftDTCSE,
GAO BROTHERS. E. H. SARGENT, M. JEROME.
JOS WILLARD. W. H. DILLINGHAM, cor. Van Ba
ns tad State street, and by Druggists genoraSy.
Dr. C. W. BO BACK. Prop„ Cincinnati.
C. A. COOK, Chicago, General Agent
Office M a 26 Market-fft. Liners Block.
leU-xSaMy-eod ,
★ ★★
DR. SWEET’S
Infallible Liniment,
THE
ifiBEAV EXTERNAL BK3EEDT,
FOB RHEUMATISM, GOUT, NEURALGIA, LT7M
SAGO. STIFF NECK AND JOINTS, SPililNd.
BRUISES. CUTS AND WOUNDS. PILES.
HEAD A CHE, AN D ALL RHEUMATIC
AND NERVOUS DISORDERS.
For an of which it la a speedy and certain remedy
and never falls. This Liniment la prepared (Tom the
recipe of Dr. Stephen Sweet, or Connecticut, the
famous bone setter, and bos been used In hla practice
for more than twenty years with the most astonishing
success. •
■UVAUW.
AS AN ALLEVIATOR OF PAIN. It Is unrivalled
by any preparation before the public, of which the
most skeptic* imay be convinced by a single trial.
This Liniment win core rapidly and radically. Hheu-
of every kind, and In thousands of
cases where it has been usedltnaa never been knows
to f»IL
FOR NEURALGIA, It will afford Immediate relief
In every case, however distressing.
It wul relieve the wont cases of HEADACHE ts
three mlnntes, and la warranted to do It.
TOOTHACHE also will it care instantly.
FOR NERVOUS DEBILITY AND GENERAL LAE
31TUDS. arising from imprudence or excess, this
liniment Is a most hapay and unfailing remedy. Act
ing directly npon the nervous tteues. it strengthens
' and revivifies the system, and restores It to elasticity
and vigor.
FOR FILM.—As an external remedy, we claim that'
It Is the bbst known, and we challenge the world to
produce an equal. Every victim of This dlrtrecrlr*
complaint should give U a trl&i, for **wiu not fail to
afford immediate relief, and of cases w£Q
effect a bajmoal cure.
QUINSY AND SORB THROAT are omeumes ex
tremely malignant and dangerous, but timely appll
cation orthlsLtnlmeotwiribeverr&ntecnre.
SPRAINS are sometimes very obstinate. ondenLVTt,
mentof the Joints U liable to occur If neglected, Tn*
wont cose may be conquered by this Liniment la two
“BRcJbsP'CDTB, WOOTDB. 10KES, ULCKBS.
BURNS AND SCALDS, yield readily to the wander
ful healing properties of Pb. Swbbt’b Infalltblb
niNTKßßT.wbeamsed according to directions. Also.
CHILBLAIN B, FROSTED ZEST. AKD IHEBCJ
SITS* AKD in KG*.
Every Horse Owner
(Should have this remedy at hand, for its timely use at
the first appearance of Lameness will effectually pro
vent those formidable diseases, to which aQ hones arc
liable, acd which render eo many otherwise valuable
horses nearly worthless.
Over four hundred voluntary testimonials to the
wonderful curative properties of this Liniment have
been received within the last two years, and many Ol
them from persons la the highest ranks of lift.
CAUTION.
To avoid imposition, observe theSlgnatore s*-rfT,pra
ness oi Dr. Stephen Sweet on every label, and slao
"Stephea Sweet's InfaUlhla Liniment” blown In the
glau of each bottle, without which none are g esolae,
BICHAHDSON 4 CO.
Bole Proprietors. Forwlch, (X
For sale by LORD * SMITH. General Westers
Agents. 23 lake street. Chicago, and by deal err
everywhere. tt3s-use aow-iv
Business Curbs.
QOB URN & HARKS,
AMERICAN AND FOREIGN
Patent Lawyers and Solicitors,
Office No. H Lannon Block. Chicago. ID., comer of
Clark and Washington streets.
Agencies at Washington, and in aQ the principal
countries la Europe. Circulars containing full In
structions to Inventors gratis on application.
Eolle t Patents, conduct Interferences, and practice
la the Courts m infringement esaea. se2i-nSQjim
'J'OBACCO DEALERS.
CASEY & CO,,
Wholesale Tobapco Dealers,
17 Dearborn street, between South Water and Lake
street*.Chicago.Pi. - auas-kSßaam
SKO REWARD.—A reward of
w,V,. HOF dollars is eflared for the aporShepslor
and delivery at the United Slates Bavsl aacdezvotr
at Cairo. 1 Chicago, or ClneLmala oleaonoMbefoUow
lug named seamen, wbo afeartod Sum SUP United
States Receiving Ship M cKauefeo.•*<*<>. H
hlcb. blue eyes, dark haw aid florfd _
WILLIAM DSNSIS. 23 years qM.B feet high, blue
"!»«&«?■* “ ady “• “ a S'a asisag
uyoioerM t us
Acting cammandant of Station.
Ten Dollars Howard.
a reward cf ten doHara will be paid for the apprw
henamn and de 1 very at the United States NavaVßea
dercoos. at Chicago, m.. of any deserter from tbs
nailed Stairs Naval service. By order 01
u A. N. surra, Commanding U- 8. Navy,
Chief of Bureau cf Equipment and Recruiting, waih
• iigton.D.a, ..
JomrD. Uabtt, Acting Mailer U. S. Navy.
< timaandlng Rendezvous. CMCsgo.DlLaOti,
8130-0515 2W *
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COMPOUND
COMPOUND
COMPOUND
FLUS EXTRACT BUGEU,
FLUID EXTRACT BUOEU
FLUID EXTRACT BUGHU
FLUID EXTRACT BUOHb
FLUID EXTRACT BUOHU
A POSITIVE
A POfIXTIYB
Hcn-Setentlcm or Incontinence of Urine,
Irritation, Inflammation, or Ulceration of
the Bladder and Kidneys,- Diseases of
the Prostrate Gland, Stone In the
Bladder, Calcolons Gr&yel or
Brick Dnat Dox-oa-t,
ASD
AH Bieeares or Affections of the Bladder and
Kidceja and Dropsical Swelling Gristing
in Men, Women cr Chimrom.,
HBLfiQOLB’S EXTRACT E2JCSU,
RJELMBOLD’S EXTRACT BUCKU.
DELMBOLD’S EXTRACT BBCHu!
HELMBOLD’S EXTRACT BUCIJIL
HEIiMBOLD’tf EXTRACT SUCM
For weaknen arifiag tree Habits of Dim
petlon, attended with the following symptoms*
Indisposition to Kjeruon, he* if Memory. *
Difficulty of Breashlcg. Weak Karres.
Trembling. Horror cl Dlseaa* DlmaeM
of V!aion,WakctuL3esa- **ila la the
Back, ualyemi Laasttude ot
the MnscuJa' erstem. Hot
Hand#
. the ’’'ody. Dry*
naa oi Sila.
ERUPTIONS ON THE PACE,
mill) COUNXENANCB.
These symptoms. If Allowed to go oa, which tarf*
Modi cine invariably removes, soon follows Fa.
tulty. Epileptic Flt*,jln one of which the
patient may expire. Who can aay that
they are not frequently followed by
those “direful diseases" “IN.
gANITY and CONSUME*
SION,” Many are aware
of the oatue of tholr
suffering.
The
records
of the m
aane Asylum*,
lad the Melan
choly Deaths by Con
mmpeon. bear ample
Wttcea to the troth ofthe
—cytlon. The conattcntion once
affected with Organic Weak nets. re*
Quires the aid cf Medicine toutreegtaea
sad invigorate tne System-whlch HSLM*
BOLD’S EXTRACT BUCHU INVARIABLY DOES
Helmbold’s Extract Bacbu
Is sale, pleaaa-t in its taste and odor, and more
ficesgthenirg tnan any of the preparations ot
IRON OR BARK.
For those suffering
From Broken Down and Delicate Constitution*
From whatever cause, either In
MALE OR FEMALE
WILL SITE Ton
A GOOD APPETITE.
HILL GI7B TOW
STEOSG, lIKALTHV XEBTES
WILL GIVE YOU
Brisk and Energetic Feelings,
AFD WILL ENABLE YOUTO
SLEEP WELL.
A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE -THE MOST
SKEPTICAL.
KXZ&ESBOI.S£?9
HEL2tBOLD*B
BELABOLC'S
HBUIBOIib’S
HBLHBOLP>B
HELfIBOLD’S
HEIEBOIC’S
HK!SBOIS>S
Highly Concentrated
Compotmd Fluid Extract Sarsaparilla
roi
lie blooo, re
moving all chro
nic eonsatotlocaj die
eases arising from an Iznpnre
cUta of the blood, and the only reli
able and effectual known remedy for th» cite
of Scrofula, Scald Head, Salt Rheum. Paine and
Swellings of the Bones, Ulcerations of
the Throat and Legs, Blotches,
FlmplesontbaFac* Tetter,
Eiyripel#*- «xd aH scaly
eruption* of the
skin.
And Beautifying the Complexion.
HOT A TEW
•Ji %2ws?or;i disorders that aauct manats;: t-'isarroai
;i j cmrapica to*; accuzuolstea in the blood. Of ad
tod discoveries that have fceea mads to pongs It out.
ions can equal to effect HKLMBoLD’d COMPOUND
tOkTHACT OP SARSAPARILLA. It desnaes and
.-enOTites the blood, inetHa the vigor OLiealth Into tts
system. and purges out the humors vnich make dts
naed. It stimulate the healthy fanclisus of ths bojj,
cod expels ths disorders that grow ana rankle In tbe
oloed. Such a remedy, that couid be renal on. baa
•org been sought for. ard now, for the nrst time the
public have one ou which they can depend. Our space
acre does not admit certiflcttes to shew its affects, be;
the trial or a single bcttle will chow to the sick that It
has virtues surpassing anythteg they bars ever taken.
rwo table spoonsful or the Extract of Sarsaparilla
added to a piift of water. Is equal to the Llbson Diet
Drink, and on a bottle la fully equal to a gallon of
the Syrup of lartaparCl*. or the Decoction, u oiua>
ly sida ■
tm~ TH3B3 SZTKACTS HAV* SERB ADMIT.
TSD TO CST- IN THE UNITED STATES ARMY, and
Are also to very general use in all the STATE HC*.
pit alb and Public sanitary institutiosi
throughout the land, as wen as in private practices,
tnd are considered aa invaluable remedies.
Bee Medical Propertiet of Buehu,
FROM DISPENSATORY OP THE
• UNITED STATES.
fee rrortwor mtwXßS’ Tftluue works oa ae
Pnitlca ox FbxSc.
POTl^ B^idS^l. 1,, «* Ut ° D? *
See remarks maue by Dr. EPHRAIM Mqdowwt.t.
a celebrated Physldas. and Member of the Boval
College of Burgeons, Ireland, and published in the
transactions of the Xing and Queens Journal.
Bee MediCfrCblrurglcaX Bevlew. published bv BEE.
JAMIN TEAYSBB. Yellow of Royal College of Bv>
geona.
Bee most of tbe late standard Works of Medidns*
PRICES;
Extract Buehs SI.OO per kottls,sr Six for s&ss
“Sarsaparilla sl.oopcr Wttte, «Slxf«rss*ot
Delivered to sax address, securely packed
Address tenets lor mionaadonto
HBLHBOLD*S
HKLMBOLDB
HKUCBOLD’S
MEDICAL DEPOT.
MEDICAL DEPOT.
medical depot!
MEDICAL DEPOT!
MEDICAL DEPOT
104 SOUTH TKHTH ffTREOT.
104 SOUTH TENTH STREET.
104 SOUTH TENTH STREET!
104 SOUTH TENTH STREET!
104 SOUTH TENTH fTAEia;
(HUOW U111STB0T.)
(below oaxsmrrj
PHILADELPHIA.
PHILADELPHIA.
PHILADELPHIA.
PHILADELPHIA.
PHTLAngT.PgT*
BSWASEO7CQ
TOPHINCIPLID JKALEga,
WBOBDIUTOaiO
« '♦“SSfflw™* “ ***
HStHBOIffS PREPARATIONS,
gajßlOxS’S PRE PARATIONs!
HELraOIS’S PREPARATION?
EELKBOLD’S PBSPAiATIoitf
helhboups
GENUINE EXTRACT BUCHU,
HXLUBOIiB’B
GENUINE EXTRACT aARatTARTT.T.t,
eelkboups
GENUINE UPROYED BOSS-WASH.
sold by iobd* surra. iua»«,,
and all Snnlati.
ASK FOB HELSBOLD’g.
ASK FOR DELSBOUPS.
ta* Cm 1 otit the idrerUMmeat nd Mad
Klin (ATolcimp«*lUcßHdayommi
MU-«
Soots ant) s[jots.
1863. FAU TRADE. 1863.
KATVSOA A BARXJLETT,
llaaafcstarsn and Who’.etala Dealerali
BOOTS AJf d shoes
30 Lake street, Chicago, Til.
ono ' i
WMSetT ERLuUT f ° «r?er b:oa*at UPU
o5l?!« 1 ? SSSS u.TulV"i„ 3 2 ,l -' , “ a 0 “■
As Low as can bo Bought
!c this cr any other mi k«. Eutora Bin* frwtfv e*
plicated. Wo make & SPjIJLAUTT of BXTRA 3UD
jrooda. a azga anortaett <f ohlci we aovktTeoc
"■ BAITSOIf Sc ÜBXUIT.
MUR6IS3m •
I'AU TRADE.
Bcggett, Bassett & Hill#
BOOTS & SHOES
AT WHOLESALE.
Oar ktc-ekisoew fan and compile. it h*»
•QircWsd w:iii great cars, ar.d coapiiMM aO atjiag mw
ad to the bade or Wee?era States and Territories,
We are prepared to eou good* o* tba ban quality M
toe lowest cash price*, mad nwpecifuliy ask aa
nettca oi oar itc-ck.
Orders shall recdra ocr Imaediata tad cartfol sv
tenttoa.
DOGGKTT, BASSETT & HILLS,
BacdSl Lakett. Corse? Wabash arcnao, CZdcufe
»CU»»«7*-*tp
gats, €api, Jiirs, Sft.
’PI'ATS, CAPS,
FUR GOODS,
BUFFALO ROBES*
AT WHOLESALE,
E. F. Xj. . BROOM'
50 Lake Street, Chicago.
I have on nand sad am daily receiving a large al
attractive Stock cfGoods in the above ilae selects*
with great cars for the fall trade, and which loAr W
Counuy Merchants at the Lowest Prices,
E, P. L. BROOM,
Wholesale Dealer la
HATS, CAPS, PURS,
BUFFALO ROBES, Ac.
SO Lake Street,..——..—
[ael-n£ooßwj
g &R. B. WHITTEiIORE & CO,
j? Lake street, and O Wabash avenue.
WHOUSSAIiS DEALERS IN
EATS, OAFS, FURS,
BUFFALO ASP FASCF ROBES,
BUCKSKIN GOODS,
UMBRELLAS, Sec -
Out stock for the Fall Trade needa no puaxg.
Haring been eng aged in tola business for wentj-av*
years In the West, wo think that we know the wants
of Mucnarm who visit this market, and we eordlnils
invite them to call os ns. when they will be convince]
that they can get the worth of their money, and the
styles of gooes suited to their trade. Our b»wtqb
PARTNER resides in New Fork, and la erwtiimj
in the market and forwarding to us tne nswstylOLM
Ait aa they appear.
OUK MOTTO IS
URGE SALES AND SHALL FKOFITM,
All orders attended to on day of receipt.
H. A R. B. WSITTEMORK A CO.
h. wnimnoD. New York, j.v oum, rjilisaw
b.b wmrTxsicßx. SLioali. axx’x, axowff.
aoZO-miMSw
WILLIAMS & FITCH,
85 lake Street, Chicago,
HATS, CAPS,
FURS, <Sco_,
Are now prepared to offer by the package or doaak
much the largest, most attractive and
cheapest slock of
Hats, Capa, Fus,
Buckskin Goods,
Buffalo and Fancy Bobea,
Faibrellas,
Ladles’ Hats,
To be found west of the sea board, all of which «a
can and will sell as low as any Hza Hast or WBR;
Special attention la invited to our extensive stock ot
For Caps and Ladies & Gents’ Fare,
ORDS3B
Will receive prompt attention of one of oni dr*.
Weber, Williams A Fitch.
aug-k9Q3-3m
Usiliiw *na *namoaoj fi'.sas
1863. THE 1863.
PENNSYLVANIA CENTRA! & S.'
•25 HUea Deolle TraoJt,
to order to keep pace with the demands ofthetgasd
Sr public. the managers of tils popular ronta hgef
led many improvements daring the year 1 90, na
with its connection*. It wlllbofoundla all tea poets A
Pistes CLASS ROUTE to at* the Eastern dtla. fw
sacs la stone ballasted, and entirely free from waetT
THREE DAILY TBAHH FROM
PITTSBURGH TO PHILADEIPHIft
(with cloee contecoona from Wesurn j
All connecting direct to Sew Tori, THROUGH rzrv
ADELPHIA, ana cloee connections at Harriabtagfiß
BALTIMORE AND WASHINGTON.
From Pittsburgh to New York, one train mas dassr
'lSOznilea,) via Alloa town. wltbont chants of can. As t
rinse to advance of ail other routes.
BOTES DAILY TKAXSfI FROM
PKJIADEIPFTA TO HEW YOU®
Tickets for sale to Boston by boat or ran. Boatßb
ke La good on any oftbasoandlina*. Fare to all mSS
as low as any routs. "
_s:ecplDjrj:ars on night trains to Philadelphia. fIR
Ycrh anoßalcimors.
Baggage checked through and transferred first.
FREIGHTS*
S9 this Soute Freights o: au dejeripaouj eaa be nr
warded tc and from Philadelphia. New York. Boric?.’
or Ba.tin.oru to and from any point on the
of Ohio. Kentucky. Indiana. Cilicia, WlaconaL*.lttsC
or Missouri sr xailroae dchsot.
The Pennsylvania central Railroad also connects at
Pittsburgh with Bteamer»,by which Goods can belM
warded to any port on the Ohio. Muskingum. *n
tucky. Tennessee. Cumberland, Dltooia. MlwUegnT
Wisconsin. Missouri. Eaosaa. Arkansas and Bed Bim
and at Cleveland, Sandusky and Chicago with KeMto
era to ail Porte on the Norm-Western i
Merchants and Shippers entrusting the transpose
tion of tneir Freight to this company, can rely wdfe
confluence on its speedy transit,
THE RATES OP FREIGHT to end from any POM
to the West by the Pennsylvania Central Raliroae M
at kLLTna»AsyATom*eijiAeAßaaa4ieao*TOS*»
UN 1U1U0U) COWPAOTMS.
f andinarX packages H mmn
KorFreightContractaorßhlpping Directions,tMß
to or sddrcd either of the following Agents 018
00 :^A. T BT3WAJrp, Freight Agent, Pittsburgh.
CLARKE * CO-Trailer Agents, Pinion rsl
H. W. BBOWN A CO.. ClncmnaE Ohio.
B. C. MKLDBUM A CO.. MadAon.
J.E. MOORK. Louisville, Ky.
w. w. adman A Co..Bvanrrffie.las.
B. P. BASS, St. Louie. Mo.
CLARKE A CO.. Chicago. TTllnn,
J. H. MeCOLM. Portsmouth, Ohio.
HCNEZLY A MONTGOMEky, Hayesrffla.nL
W. H. A K. L. LANGLEY. GaaipOba. OhicT
H.O.PTEBCB, A CO. r Aaceavllle. Obto.
B. 3. HUD&ON. Ripley. Ohio.
H. UICHIDBUk, General Traveling AgettfCZ tl|
South and watt.
I.ITB BT«eX.
DroTcretedFarmers wflland tbis ttaaonim
sffeons route Ibr Lire Stock. Capacious yazdiW*
Watered and supplied wttb every coa-realmoe kaH
oeen opened on tnia use end its connections sod ffQ
aaentloa la paid to Uielr wants, from
wbero win be found erery convenience for fnnitf Jmi
testis z, a choice la offered of tbs
BXWiOBXendDALTDAOBEMARKETS. tUSWH
also be found tbe shortest. Quickest and most dtaß
roate for Stock to New Fork— {via AUsatowSl-HS
V'.tb fewer cbscgea than soy olbsr.
ENOCH lewis, ctaal Snpx Altoona. Pa.
L. L. HOUPT. Seal Ticket Agent. PMladelpMS.
B. H. HOUSTON. Seal FrffiS&t Agn; TllllslnlUß
itf-yWS-ly
insurance.
Hartford fire insub-
ADCS COMPACT. Hartford, Coaa.
CHAHTEBED 1810.
Assets Ha; Ist, 18S3, 51,135,320.60.
Income largertban that of say American Company
Wboee bcMcen U exclusively ttat of
FIRE INSURANCE.
Office of western Department, embiaels? Ohio lik
-tuna uicilffsa. Ill'r ola Wiccor ala. lowa Minnesota.
Missouri,Aanssa.Xebnska and Southwestern States.
122 Clark-st., Chicago, Hi,
:saito
Agencies in All principal towns And cltlea. AS
• «*es la Western Department settled tlxooAb Utto
otfice.
Q. F. BI.WT.L, General Agent.
Agency for Chicago and vicinity with mnffitim m
HUJST. cornet otciai* end Sonia Water ura«a
»ets-mTOC-tw *
T’HE MUTUAL LIFE ENSUK-
J. ASCB CO., Ol Nr* lor*. F. a Wiaktn-i
lent. CMaA*et»F«bja>ryis:,i»si.
O. Bene;*. a&h iut «(t..'.{,ord**a*
OeßtralßllaoUJlo.
£cmi) Agents.
WESTERN LAND AGENCY
TT Liod* tonah; and soldon comojsslca aaa
title* examinoc in lowa. W coiuln.
miool*. Sped*, atteatloa
for s*ttle»rrScs regal* J J
and Jonineie m*d« & «u<* springand to wo▼»-
zion*coonU#s Joria** parooM.
tn*oreeentoicertalaume*. AH baslneie transacted
for * meonstiln eonnatMoa* and erery lafbnaaitots
cheerfully furnished. Pent** baying lead* tor
taxes to par. bad better send me lists and daatM tattoo
it osee. W. J. BtS9iXi_,
Oflco.lUEaaitoipliitreet, udP. O. BOX «aL pt»
IWO.IWIM*. wl-aUMS
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