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TJR. JAMKS, (tui mei Jy of New
CtUatijwho»tttßTlTriJe<«u6cettJ«twtmt
&Kt«fCbro&le.UercmrUl« Blood u»4 atta dUssaes
THAT TTFOTHgT BKILLftTL TBSATMEST,
Be* permanently located Llauelf at SC Raadolphot.
Cbltifo. Dr.JiKMb recimof#**® if ■tdlcil
fhenity, ud the aimoit tann pro** of the South,
Thousand* of nnlortaaato b’eaa Dr. JAMBS. Who,
tmt for hits, wtnld be Ji'laz • nlmableoxiatoaee.
Theeavtohte reputation Dr. Junes eajoya treat ths
X*kw to the Gulf, la the result U years of study ud
ObierrsUos.
Dr. Joses uses so Mercery. lodide PotawU.Antilc
«r susepsTlllo.il thetrmtmsm ofblooa dlseueubat
.ft ncatrsllxer. which Is ft pctiCre cere.
Onsnlc Weakness cored’ by sms and Infslltble
CBSlbod. saving both time and czpesM.
Office and psrlois ot SC Ifrndopb sxset,(epAUlrsJ
Office tome from s A. Id notlisp. u.
COFBOITATIOHS IfIVICLABLE.
oc«?-e Swdaw
TDLEWILD,—Mrs Willis pro
-*-peMit»iee<lrelntoherhcaeStXLrrrLßOmLS.
between the ago of 9 sue u, Sbewiai.es to educate
■them with her ewe daeghL'ra.
Uh. WILLIE has esc*ceS a coxpeWnttsv'hfrtO
miaUt btr.-end intends th*t the UumaUon shall he
thorough end liberal.* Eh* G*«lre* to sscoretbe Collect
development oflndtvldoal glfu and to make earnest
and intelligent worses. Bte will give tfce same care
and attention to their ybyt teal well-bdbg and moral
emltrue which she extends to he; own children. lha
situation olldlewlld libcaUrfol,tnClulimlaaTcnl
•n admirable play ground.
Circumstance* will prevent Mn. wnUafromreeeir
tax her paplla UdsycarnttlitbeSd November.
Circulars mty be chuined by addressing Mr*.
LIB. attdlefldd. lloodua. Orange Coiuty, fi.Y.
ocZ ESn<od mo:’ x wAr 1m
A RTIFICIAL LEGS.—C. Staf-
XX tord. aole nroprletor ana luasaloctcmr of DH.
WILCOX'S PATENT AKTIHCLAL LSQ. bu been
approved and adopted by the unted State Govern'
Cent, which baa appointed him to aupply tbein to <tla
abled aoldlers. mi. Order* add*w*aeo to C. STAP
ruKD, iac Booth dark street, t blcago. wm receive
nunedute attentloa. Send fcrPv'pbteu.
P.0.80x XC. - Seglk-mBSa-lm-M WaF
jQOCTOR BIGLOW,
CONFIDENTIAL PHYSICIAN,
Fcrmerly cl Bt. Lcnlx and notreet<hlished for tbe
l&attwojeaiaftt
Z99 S. €larlc corner of Ifionroo.
Tbe nnparallclrdrecccssrftbe Doctor la ah special
(UirMcs Di!erd reconsTors nun to rbs
rcblici*<Jererrl*c of patroaare. He t«s coredtne
voiKcitm kauwc lu
«d lilftbi) by tie press •hfrevtrheb** boen. aaa wall
m oca tea and icltitmc panic oj. B cioae two
ctunps arc act hla * GUI' Z TO HEALTH.**
Boons reparate for Udisa and where
tbey can cte the Dorter only at anytime horn 8 A.
Ai.to6P.sr
t3T Conan!taUoiutree, P.0.80x 151.
OCtD-«524 4W( Aw
TTOLLOWAVS PILLS. —Much
J.T- Truth luaswatl compm. DBBosraxamrroy
mSMcvACUAhn "ow*li lew peopls arcconver
sant with tt*e itanner In wn-ch the bio-dls coated, or
th»t the atomic* vlthtoe e*er.c juire*. tno ucre
tlo e of the ilTor one the ocutn of ft* icngi art the
chief tgtais lor coivcr log the iorm we eatlutobiood.
hencethe great neccwit- rcr prH-ervlpg the stomach
tn n tenrd and healthy erudition. Nothing ha t
ret been discovered more eff*c tin for this than Hal
lovßT'B famocs Flll«, which aw dtrmtl? cn >bn stom*
nch Urer. bowels snaci*cuu.tioa InbUi-msdltorders,
isdigMttor. cosiayeawi. at-a el! consequent com
plaints headache, pi:e«*«xn3 • eUM-y tce*e u bo modi*
dee in ore which loaves inch certain atd beneficial
result*. ocM-oSK-iw
fTAlli DTE! HAIR DTE!!
A.,1 BA.TCnELOS'S celebrated HATH DTK IB TBB
pMTZNTa* Wobio>. Theoal> Ua.L*ih»s. Tatra and
£ryn known. This mfcadld Hair Dfu U
Ferfoet—chßSM Bed, Butty or firry e*‘j inßnntly.
toaGLOUT Nii-ukal cbowh. muboatla
tnrtngtheEfdror atalnlnatbr fikln leiTicr the Hnlr
OoCl and BenuUTot; trvih Tltnbry. ncaaentiy
nstorlßC IU prlitlne coior. m.d recUbei the lu edects
Of Bad Jiyca. The Gcru’sb U wrataix A.
BaxaßTLon, ell •thersare tn«r*> 12 iutiofii.aa« Bhontd
he avoided. Sols by all Dmo&V. fte. Factory, a
Barclay straoc Few York lyi dfei-ly
/ZJ.EEKK AED PURPLE HAIR
\J areofirn tteremiUi cl appiyirg tbe ordinary
dyes. Tne oeiy nfe true e tnrinabiy pro*
crlot centred, iroiu a fine amber
brown to the IntauMitbla sir U •
Grlstadoro’a Excelsior Eye.
It perrtdce every fibre fitn the root to the fp with
the tit ye rtqe zed. atd »c ha 17 leedi the hair with
the ailment which Id teqnltl' eta promote 1U growth,
ttoluitr*. ltspermareßcea*d !tsb*acty.
llaim’aettirco bj J CBlSTai»oko. 6 Aitor House.
New York Solo ere:ywhere, atd applied by ail
Bair DrrMtn. w
Brice, fi si!m. and (3 per box. to slxa
0C1A0240-lm
A PHYSIOLOGICAL VIEW” OF
MAHBtAGE
COBtatslng nearly SrtO p see. *od 150 line Plates and
Bcgrayl: ct of the As*tot:<y of the Seznel Organs la
a rule of Health and D'scsee. «i'k a Treetia- on Self*
Abcse. Its IN piorable conseqveccet upon tbs auad
and Bocy, with the Anthrr s Flan of Treatment—me
oclyretlosßlßLdraccesßfa] mrde ofcar* # a» shosra
by the reren of caws treated, a trnttf al adviser to
the married, atd these ecatemeUtlsg carnage, who
entertain doubts or their physics* cord Oon. Sent
free of postage to ai y ooert sa. on receipt ot 23 cents,
ir tumps or noe'al cnrrenßy.by addressing Dr.LA
CBOIX.No. Si Malden Lane. albany.K, X,
ocUc99ridm
WJATER COBB AOT> HO-
T T MCF.OPATHIC MEDICAL INFIBMAET,
SB2X STATE STREET.
Ur.H Q.TOWNBEND. recectiy from Boston.
Froprktor.
The builcees anangements of this establlshmeet
comprehends:
lot- General Practice, for which Ur. Townseadhu
a competent occoetata Fhysldan.
3d. Office Advice with-veihal or written directions
for home treatment
Sd. Uepartmert fer Female Ulssarea, also for spa*
slal caees ol Nervous Debility of M ales and Fema.es.
Fein alee visiting tbe city and wishing Medical Advice
can be provided wltonlce rooms one the but of core
leg on very reasonable terms. Dr. Townsend has his
rooms so arranged that patients vldtlcg his office
never tee anyone bat the Dr btmsell. Letters ad
dressed to Dr TOWNSEND. 232* State street. Cnl*
caso.lU.. will be promptly answered. Consultation
free. Office hoars from 9A.M. to 9 P.M. oei n57.i la
PILES J PILES!!
X DE. WITFIELD’B
VEGETABLE PILLS,
Are wi rrazted a certalaeve for FISTULA, BLIND
DE BLEEDING FILLS.
We would cantloo all who are victims to this dla>
treulng compl«l*it to av id the a*c cl external aoptl*
eatlops as tfcej result o*ly in aggravating the dlse«re.
Dr.WITVli'-liD'Sremear removes the cams ol the
/Usesse. and aflects a permateat cn A
_ THIS IS NO QUA K MEOtCINB.
There Pills have beea tried for the laet seven years,
Otd 1l no lastauce have they failed tn cure
Price 50 cent* per box. eentbyrnalltoanyaldreas.
J. YOUNG, «ole proprietor. _
„ . 081 Broadway. N. Y.
For sale by BLISS A SHARP. 1U Latte street. Chi*
eato. Hi. se£*-mf>{6-8m
rjKS. HUNTER AND VON
i/ BADSK treat ail Chronic D:»e«s«e, inch as
-e Lunr».Heart.
Stomach. AJdneys. Bladder ana tne llowej, Dyspepsia.
Diarrhea. Oyaeiitery, Coot. BoeninfcUoai,Paiamia, El;
Disease. White BwtUrgß. ane *b complaints o: women
Wd children; Sore Eys« and Cara. Cataract Discharge*.
Baannjraed Boartcg Bounds.' Dr. Banter lathe only
nrs eon that cores
CtBCBKB.OLD SORBS OR TJLCBBS, TDMEBS.
Vrj£Nß.riLEb AKU FISTDLi.
Without catanr wnb the knife, all letters most con
tain tee cents Tar a speedy asewer. Da JAhtfiS
EURTBB or VCK BaJian. 8'16078. Soars from 9
A. M. to? P.M. C<Bce 91 Randolph street. eo*uer ol
Dearborn. Chicago. niiooU. tefe-gw-ly
JUDICAL CARD.
BABY H. TIIOTWSON, 5.0.,
graduate of tbeFTew EiiglaLd Female Medical Col
leee.at Bocton. res*ct)ou/ anioucces tiiet the ha«
opeard an met.lath*city. Havre practiced a year
lathe NewTorkln&rttary for the dlsesscauf women
•sd cbi:cren.ebe »oac.U the patronage of the papule
ofCblcuo and vicinity. Offic etrcct OCee
bcunfroraCt *ll A>M MABV H TaOUPoJN.
EtrrnjKCze:—Htb. John U. lletnea, Hrs. B. T.
Gardner Uia.F.C.fiher&an.Alri.'W.fi.Eyder.
OOU-C411«0
ffttti, Cttpa, -»'nrf, SfL
yyATS, caps,
FUR GOODS,
tSD
BUFFALO ROBES,
AT WHOfeSALE,
33. F. Xj. BROOM
50 Lake Street, Chicago.
7hareosnaaflsudan <UCtreceiving «Ucre u«
«t£TLLOTC Stosk of Goo as lathe above not select*
with crest cm tor the £tH trade, end which X ©Her 71
f&vsSxj Merchants at the Lowest frtcei.
# p, X*. BROOM,
iTholcstlc Dealer In
HATS, CAPS, PURS.
BUFFALO ROBES, &c.
90 liUe CUc«n
freMpMO-Sw.l
-yy KBEK, WILLIAMS &FITCB
SS lake Street, Chicago,
WHOLESALE DEALER* XX
HATS, CAPS,
FUELS, <scc_,
Erenow prepared te offer by the package or dose
icada the largest, moat attracove ana
oteapet atock o(
Bats, Cape* Fora,
BnduklA Goodfi)
Baffalo ax»d Fane? BobM,
Umbrella*,
Ladh*! Hats, As*.
To be lound weat of the hi board, all of whleh v
canmdwilleeUas low ai cuy hrxn KaST or Wm
Bpedal attention is liTltM to ©nr extettire stocks
For Caps and Ladies & Gents’ Fen
OBDSWB
WO receive prompt attention of oas of oxtr fin
Weber, Williams & Fitch.
au»
ioll out) in inter cClotljing.
CCOTT, KEEN <fc CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
FINE CLOTHING,
Officer’s Uniforms,
CLOTHS, CUSOIEICEI, VESXUfCS,
FcuKismsG goods,
Tranks, Traveling Sags and Valises,
STREET.
T] KITED STATIiSMARSHAL’S
U fiiLl IN ADMIEiLTr -n, Tlrtn.„f„7.T.
MlelM.Montof id.u.lu-a Ei.te’n
tbeßouhmniDUtrlCtcfLliaoif.lnMxJr^ltTrUMflVn
the Utbftid lUh oaisetocober. A
•ow »t Public Bfie to«>«
cub »t<*lro. Iculo DutjJe-.
o.»or Ocu>ber A . I’-«™:ri»aa
pmoeny. to wrt r—*bool 184 bsei pt Cotioa.aiot
of Dry Goods. Clothing, Hardware, fu:ou,PorC«r.
l*ercoMlon Capa.Ca’tr egbf Lieu era p o t v an< ■ offsa
•natiießtcoasookU iask»«kla and w»j.
too, tbr stno ktrltt be*a condemned and to
be sold for Tlolsttota ofik t rc res us laws of tbs Halted
fetau* ace MtMlzss of war , „ . .
D. L. PHILLIPS, U.S.Minbtl,
Bprlngfleid. DL. Oct. 18. IEC3. oc»-;«oet
Sanktnf tan (Ssttjouj*.
"RANK OF AMERICA.—FubIio
iiotS?SSi« 8r * bTClT *' u “ t * a • rCUct - , * v
44 RASK Or ASKBKOIjO
■ttMOfore Incorporated and doing buiMas is are rtf
.awaof tasfitste
fL~^? Ua cut hs presented for payment to tbc Audi
tor or rnblie accousu of aud State, at h> o&cc.la
«e city oi IprlaefieM irliia three year* f-ow the
■ate kereot. or the funds depos lel-ior toe ref-CCTUoa
Cf tala notes wiu be elver: cp to *t:d kuk.
Dated thick)th day of Vsy. a. D. ibsl
_ _ _ 6TOBGBCMITH tart sent,
B. W. Wzlulss, Caahiar. ty*-rS»Wei-«
■yERMILYK & CO.,
BAN K E JIB ,
No. 44 Wall St. f New York,
mxi OOmSTTI TO Vcsmub
IT. S. FIFE-TWESTT BONDS
by Ocremmect, at par and latorast.
Jgss&ssssg ßssa&s©?t
market rata: ‘
D.B. 6 Per Cent. Cocoon Uosda of IWL
D. B.Certlfleatei of mdebtedcem-lctoreit payable
D Gold, -
U. 8. Certificates of Isdebtednem—latereat payable
Is Currency.
Seven-Thirty Traaaary Fotea.
Vatminr CertiEcatef cf IsdebUdneu collected or
Beceived ia Pajment of say of toe abare.
VERMICYE & CO.
THIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
A CHICAGO.—Tfc la loftltßllon. mranlud
Ue national Sanoag Law. la located at
SH STBEEf.
Capital, - - - - 8250,000.
Is prepared to famish the ntasl facnraca u easta
meraand cotrespomdeata. £. AIKHN, President.
EDW K BRAIETfiD. CaaklST
DIXXCTOW —B_A!kea, BesJ ,P. natnklftaaa. Joka B.
Sherman, Sami W. Aliertoa. Syren Btee. fcawl 11
Hlckemm. E*mlG, D. Bowaro. Tracy J. Brouoa.
gzyrtsa Cut*.
XTEW freight express
Xl LINE.
PLATTSMOUTHj GLENWOOD,
COUKCJL BLUFFS & EDDYFILLE
The tmdersfcned hive e«tabll«bad a Team L*ne Irta
anc to tie above roiats. aod will carry frelsni via
EUELffiGTOS AI D 2USSOCEI BITES,
AND
Chlag®, Bnrilngtan and Quincy Railroads,
At tbc below given rotea*pcr lOCponrdsnntll Korea*
berl£t.l&s. •
lit cues. Sddo. Sd do. ith do.
Chicago to Connell Bluffs
and Omaha 92.80 *2.20 $2 61 i3£i
AT'cr November isMnd untillnrUernotlcs
Chicago t > Conacl WnG*
moOtribl. IS 05 92 95 #2.85 #2,-3
Merchants rnd »hlpp«:i e tretUne the transport*
tlon of ibelr Irt’iht to the nrdeiilgned can rely on
Ur rpfeJy t’enrport&Uon.
Ocods vlUbcc'oriuied according to Eas’cra classi
fication. Be parOcnTortnd mark packages via
- BURLINGTON AND BDDYYILLK.*’
Fcr further Info mttlon anniy to C F.HFNDBIB ft
O0„ CoornJl B<otr« ; TOOTL3 * HANNA. Plnttl
moth: E. 8. BOPBYfiBBLL. GICSWOOd; FISH ft
ft IGHTMaK, LddyvjJle, wt% _
C. F. HLNDBIE ft CO.
CoancJlßluO, Oct. 9.1553.
rorfrrtherlEfOrmrtlonnrplftothe Geal Freight
Office Cblrego, Bullngtcn ft Quincy Kaltrcad Ron*
pony. Chicago. cciscayvaa
1883.
Western Transportation Company
AND
WESTERN EXPRESS,
TTTB WXSTBBH TRiNBPO STATION COMP ANT
Bare made arrangemente to mn their Lake Bteaa
Propcllen on altercate days with thoee of tbe
RKW IOBK CENTRA Ii
ASS
CEICHIGAN COTKAX BAILBOAXM
-ALSO
THE WESTERN EXPRESS,
Stamlag over the New York Centred Bottroid to Bel
ftlo, etd connecting with the vorioos Itofiroadi ren
aiiu Went, osd the different Lines cl Propellersoc
the Upper Lower Lakes.
For blDi ot lading and contracts via Canal or Bah
rood, apply ta the following agent*;
BCOH AliLkK.No.l.CmntlseSUp, KewTork.
KVFBETT CLOi7.No. 1. Camtlei Slip. New York.
AUG. CULBBN. Ao.lCmntltt Slip.NswXorh.
5. G.CHASB.USPIar. Albany, N X.
6. G. t'HABK, lid Hirer it: oet,TroT. N. T,
J. BUBO ft CO~HanTs Uock.DstroU.Mleh.
K. A.BDCK.Gre*n Bay Wit.
J. J. TALLUAUGB. SL ft P. D. C. K. B. Dock. MB
W WeBbKS TBAKBPOBTATIOK 00 M Buffalo,
oomanxa.
JNO HSAM ft CO.. Erie.Fa.
BOND ft MOKRIh Cleveland .Ohio.
HCiPHINB ft GKIFTITfI. Toledo. Ohio.
■w. T. DILL, Soodesly. OMo.
A F* BUTTON. Racine WJs.
KftNQSHA FIER COMPANY. Kenosha. WU.
W. E. WRIGHT ft CO.. Waokeegon,UL
J. r. MSXLAKD. Sheboygan. WU.
J. W. TITTLE,
.fieneral Western Agent, No. 2 Stale street, Chicago.
•eSmdtt-Sm
aaUrici: emu ettaKUße: fcias;
1563. THE ISSS.-
PESXBYIVASIA CEOTEAI S. <!
826 eniett Doatl# Track,
3tt coder lo keep pare with the dehMSds erf L: 1 1 i ■■■
tnt public, the maoageri of this popalar rent* ti,
sadadßanylmprovexestadcjlng the year 190. it
with it* connection*. It will be fbur din all respect -
naffT'CLAM BOlrrs to all tba Stetera dtlK.
track U stoue hsUaited. aed enttrrJy free tron utv-
TBAtFB FBo3*
PITTSBURGH TO PjaiLASELPZD
cwtti clow eocrescoßt from Tfeeteri C^yj
&I 1 direct to Sew York, THROUGH par
flT?gr.v?fTA and clow cor.aectlcai at Harriebuic -
HALTUXOKB AND VfASHXNGTOHT “
Ft on Pittsburgh to New Fork, oae train rui Cii>
'tSOmlleajTlfcAJeaScwn.wttkoatchaszßOf
orln* In advance of all other routes.
BFVZH DAJLYTBMHI FBOU
BEHiADELPEXA TO KEW TOS*
Tickets lor sale to Boston tor boat or ran Boats
sets cood on any of the senna Hnoa. Fire to allMS*
1* low as m route.
trains to Philadelphia, fa
Baccace checked throngs andtrs&aferiedfrMU
FEBIOHTI.
m tkß Boats rreifor* o: sn aeacnpnosa can Oft >?
wurdoc to ana from PhUfcde!j»tm, New York, iottu
crßaiCZLOre.to and frox any point on the
of Ohio. Kentucky. Indiana, fiimoia, irucccna-lotn
or Missouri rrr puses.
the feunayivaaia central Railroad also connects »
rltteburyh with fteeire* by which Goods can bese
warded to cny port os the Ohio, Bottiignm
tacky. Teaneww. Cumberland, uhiioliMiar-wj-
Wlscon*m.Miesoar!, Naceai. Arkansan and Red zeye*
indatC*!eTeitnd,Ca9dctkyan(l Chicago wlthfiMj?.
t* to ah Porta on the Nona-Western lltkee.
klerchastt acd Snipper* estroettng the
Uon ol then t rehret to ttus company, can rely w*.
nonddenee ea its speedy t?sTJCt.
THE BATES OF FTiiUGHT to cad tram any rc>
•n the Wen by the Pencty'vacls Central BtUroaa *3-
aT aix tutu * a » xtoxixl* an axa gy q^,
aantTT.noij) coKFanrrs.
_gr~Bepsnicn^jsodzoark package* **tuPza>
Onsuiß-B.'
For freight Contracts or Shipping Directions. t**
to or address mUjpx of the following Agents oT?
r jf^BT¥WAai , ,FTr»rnt Agent. Plttebcrga.
CLA3KK 400.. Transfer Agantt. PitUhsr^,,
H. W. PBCWN k CO., Cacinasu. Ohio.
B. C. MHLDB'JM 4 CO.. HuUoo. XfidlSfid
J.E. MOOES, LoulsvUle.Ky.
W. "W. AIRMAN & CO.. Evansville, Ihd,
BLF, BARB, St. Louis. MO.
CL AKKE i CO.. Chicago. HUfiSX
J. H. McCOLM. rortinoalh. Ohio.
McNRELY 4 montoomxßt.
W. 1.48. L. LANQLKY. GalllpoT*. Ohio.
H. A PIERCE 4 co„ iaoeavlUe. Ohio
H. fi. HUDSON, BJpley. Ohio.
S. 0. USLOBUH, General naTOllng Agent Its tt*
aonth and West.
&ITbT7«6Zi
grarorf and Farmer* win &cd mia the »*»*
•twju* route tor Ure Stock. Cipscicci Pams met
watered and supplied with tvery coavenieues lurfs
Mea opcredoutkii line asditjconnectluta and ever*
mttuoh to raid to their waata.
Wffl be ?eup.d every cOßvaiienee for feeding
reefing, a choiceu offered of the
KSWTO&KandBALTD4OKBHASKBTS. TtiMlfC
alaobeiousdthe ahertegt, qaickeat a&d sect dtni
rente tor Stock to New 7ork-{via Alien tcrsW
with fewer change: thar any other.
KNOCK LEWiS. Gec*J SupX AitOOC*. P*.
L. L. EOUrr. GecT THkHt/raat. Ftliafielptla.
gqbblgrg (javimittre.
pONDICT, WOOLLEY & CO.,
G3 EAICE STREET,
MACtUkctorers udSetlenln
SAIBLEHY iiiWMI
SADDLES,
Carriage Trimmings
HORSE COI.IARS,
Whip?, lashes, Sleigh Bells, Horse-
Bl&nkets, Bridle, Harness
and Skirting
LEATBEEB.
HOTT A BROS. Patent rretched and BJrltad
B SLUNG. *e23 Llal la
JJATDEK, KAY & CO.,
45 and 47 Lake Street,
Manafhctaitri and Dealers la
SADBLERY HARDWARE
Spring*, Axles, HnhtkSpoicee, Felloes,
Carriage Bodies and Seats, Enaa*
slled Cloth, Patent Leafher,
CARRIAGE' TRIMMINGS,
Horse CoHan, Blankets, Whips, Lashes,
—A2fO—
Harness Leather,
A. ORTMATER & CO.,
Manufacturers and Dealers la
SADDL S S,
HORSE COLLARS,
Whips, Horfl6BlBBh«t0, Plevgh
Harness, Ac., Ae« •
U lake STREET, UP-STAIRS
eeem&ci-uv ’
€l)tcago Crtbune.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23.1833.
TRICKS IK LANGS AGE.
Amusing Specimens of Macaronic
Verse.
STbe Influence of Dialect* on Poetry—
SlobMtroQs Violations of the Parity
of the Bngllfth Loncosgo*
[From the N, T. E resins PoiL]
Intellects engaged with the most ponderous
matters oftentimes find recreation la the
composition of literary trifles, working out
many ingenious devices of odd Jingle and of
fanciful construction. They go floating
about on the great set of Journalism, from
generation io gen era* ion, to the infinite re*
lief of readers euif< ited with grave editorials
and startling dispatches.
For those learned in the languages, one of
the most pleasant exerciect. has been the odd
cr mblnatlon of words of different tongues la
the eacr.c composition. Verses of this char*
at Ur go bj the name of Macaronics, it being
crnUdered, we suppose, that they bear a rela
tion as lord far the mind to the Italian tnaca
ro?.i for the body. Mcdem Macaronics are
generally i f English, Latin, and sometimes
French words dovetailed together, and
rhymed wi*h oftentimes Eaglish words - with
Latin cr French termination, or Latin or
French words with English termination.
Some sacrifice of Latin and French grammar
occurs occasionally, lor the soke of satisfying
lie demands tf metre.
This species of literature is stated to bo
srmewlat ardent, one of tbe oldest works of
thi kjnd extant being “ Phantielaj Macoro-
Ucic,” written by TheophUo Falengi, a Bene*
airline monk of Casino, Italy, and published
at Venice in 3514. The words are Latin and
Italian. Since then a host of writers have
tii*d their skill at Macaronies. Specimens of
them are found in the works of many authors
of France, Germany and tbe Netherlands.
Th«y. we found in Shelton** works In the time
or Henry VII, and they were fashionable dar*
Irg the reign of Elizabeth. Later there are
seme etanzas on the model of Virgil’*
in the works of the witty Irishman Magina,
and alio there are pperlaiens In the
of •’F.tber Front” (Francis Mahoney.) “
Dr.
lator cf the Iliblc, is the anchor of a very
amusirg macaronic poem describing a dinner
mceliug at the London Tavern. He thus de
scribes tbe tables:
“ Sedlmci ad terras tahnlaa longo ordlne posits
Et nappls nnndts coreratas, et china plattis
Spootilbas, et knivis eh-upls, fnrisqae trisalels
htrat«; com largls glass!*, vicoque replotis,
totem.-, ealtls, vmcgarlqne cmetls.”
At d an aitcr-diorer speech:
“Thlck-shortne eed homo (cnl nemen credo Be*
vellne)
Up-Etartans medio, super ct aubscllla scandens.
Toti converting octilos atqne oratrahebat.
Brccch-pocket one band fills; to Urn tenet altera
clmrtatn;
Chartam moroils plenam sharplsqne re sol vis
Turn pardlt blg-moatbnm—atque o qojc craadla
veibt
Pars tma * Hear! hear him • w Hove, more I* pars
alttia clamat,”
Bat the most ingenious and' carious pro*
ductions oi this kind are found la our scrap
hooks, gleaned from oat of-the-way columns
of the newspapers, many of them perhaps
written by the best authors of the time, bat
unclaimed andtmackmmledged. Thefotlow
irg duciiption of a dance is very graphic:
TSE POLKA.
Qai none dancers ynlt modo.
Wants to dance in the fashion, oh!
iJlectre dehrt, onght lo know.
Klckcre floor, cum hetd and toe,
One, two, three,
- Hop with me.
Whirligig, twirling, rapide.
Polkam longnrc, virco, rii J
Willyon Join tbe polka. Miss ?
Liberies—moet willingly;
Sic sglmns—then let ns try;
Kune vide.
Skip with me.
Whirlabout, t wlrlaboat, cclere.
Tam leva dto, turn dextra.
First to tbc left, then t’other way;
Aeplce ixtro—ln vnltn,
Too look at her, and she looks at yon.
Has palmau.
Cbaigc hands, ma’am;
Cclere—runaway, Jnet in sham.
‘“Little Johnny Homer n has been pat into
classical drees as follows:
Farms Jacobns Horner
Scdebat in corner
Edens a Christmas pic;
Ineernit his thumb,
Extrahit a plum,
damans, “Quid smartpner ami!”
It is hardly an ImproTement on tho origi
naL
Somehcdy with a genius for investigation
baa discovered that the unique and classical
Easing of “O, take your time, bliss Lucy
Long/* to* btolen from the old, very old,
edition of the celebrated works of “Masia
Goosing,” and says that the text there printed
and rendered from the original Latin -with a
Dree macaronic translation is thus:
“ 0 horam tib\ earpe ,
J/tLuciaoaLongl
Ocarpe diem (Wnkrbo
De subjet ob my song?)
“In Congo tguaic-rumtumno,
De nfgyer snorum strong;
O, Tanpvt iibl Gnmbo,
J/iLuciaaaLongl
“Tab! CuplofeaitdtU
211 Lnclana Long I
Canis latrat, Ilic(b, golly,
Ise got to move alone 1)
Here is a little story with a moral:
teut nrus-iTous.
Fells sedit by a hole,
Inicnti she com omni soul—
Predercrats:
Mice coocarreuttrans the floor.
In nnmero dao, tree, or more.
Oblitl cats.
Fells saw them ocnlls,
I’il have them! —lnqait she Iguefis.
Sum Induct,
Tune Hla crept toward the group,
Habeam, dixie, good rat*fonp,
Plagues sunt.
Mice continued all Icdere.
Intent! they inludum rcrc
Gaudentur;
Tucc inched the fella into them,
Et tore ’em om&ea n»nh front limb,
Inetanlcr.
stonaiM
Morea omnes, nunc be ehy,
Et astern pwe mill!—
• iienigne;
Sic hoc facia—“ verbnm sat,”
Avoid a whopping Thomas cat
'Stcdioacl
The following Is a relic of the Henry Clay
campaign of 1844.
ct scats vjets coos.
Co memo vlcnx coon n’eat pis quite mort,
II u’est quo eeulement napping
Je pence, myself, unites j'al tort,
Cette chose cet yet to happen.
“ En dlx-hult forty four, Je sals,
Voos’ll hear dea enrions nolees,
Bo’ll whet eta dents againet some Clay,
Et scare des loco Boieses.
“ Ton know qne quand Q eat awake,
Et quacd il scratch sea clsws-cs,
Lee Lccoe dana lenre sonlier shake,
Etehecpieh hanga leers jawe es.
* “ Ce mem'e vlenx coon, Je ne sals pas why.
le mischiefs come across him,
II fait believe he’s going to die,
Qnard eeulement playing ’posaum.
“Mala, wait till nous-Ie want e&corc,
Nous’ll etir him with noo pole,
Be’ll bite aa roauvais as before,
Nous pulled him de son hole!
A callosity in the way ©figurative” lan
guage is the epitaph recorded Dy Orpheus C.
Kerr, aa being placed on a board over the
crave of a soldier of the famous “Mackerel
Brigade.”
„ MUGGY JIM,
A Mackerel Ftteb,
Late op tub N. Y. Fibe Department,
• Takes Sick,
Or INDIGESTION, .
He commenced to
Tnnow up Fobtipicatioxs,
And Hies op Stbateot.
Hie Jacel
1..6HL
0....4....1....2 . 8,
0—4....1....5....0;
0....2...80....8, .
0....2...45....4.
“ The Terse,’* says the narrator, 41 had to be
inscribed figuratively to get it all on the nar
row monument. In ail its praise of * hn \
quiet sleep in which there ore no anticipa
tions to be disappointed, no gluttony to make
sick, and no Confederacies to guard against,
the verse wDI he plain to all as reading.
** Here lies
One Fifes.
Nought for one to wait.
Nought for one to sigh for;
Nought too weighty ate.
Nought to fbrtliy for. 1 *
Translations of some of our common songs
or nnreely rhymes Into other languages are
xery amnaine. Some experimenting scribe
has translated that gem of English song
Known os “ Yillikens and his Dinah” into
French. Here are some extracts:
u Sir Yilkins te promenaifc da jardin an fond.
Quo volt 111! I £a Dinah morte ear le gazoo. •
Pres d’elle git ane coape da poison tout frolo.
Et anc lettio qai dit qn'elle tst mort poor YiHi
- kins, Jecrolfl,
• . Cbantant tarsi lallaral, etc.
Ch exude demoiselles mortespour ramonr—chrear
en grand silence:
Torallul land, etc.
De zaiQehaisers, il conrre le cadsrre cheii,
* Aliene, 1 dit il, * Dinah, ton petit marl, 1
* Hhoit le poison, eon ame part an galop,
Ft Viliildns ct Dinah n'oeenpent qu'nn tombean
Tens les denx chantant en chocor nn chcenr en
chaiitant:
Toil! lal I oral, etc.”
Erexybcdy has heard this little rhyme in
childhood,
Sing a song of sixpence.
Bag fail of rye,
■ Fonr-and-twesty blackbirds
Baked in a pie;
■When the plo was opened,
The birds began to sing.
Was not that a dainty dish
To set before the King?
The child grown into the scholar may rel
ish the following very pretty translation of It
into French:
Chastens an chanson a six sons,
La poche plelne de hie:
Ylsgt-quatrea oieeaxnoln
. Cults dans on pale I
Qnsnd le pate s’onvrit, •
Lcs oiscanx Jevalent lean TOlx.
ITetalt-ee pas an joll put
Hcllie derant le Eoi!
Aod facte is another nursery rhyme done
into Latin:
“ Hey diddle diddle f •
The cat and the fiddle.
The cow jumped over the aooa
The little dog laughed .
To see each craft, . . .
. While the dish ran after the spoon.”
Hd dldnlom'dldolam! atqne iterant dldolom
. FeUsqne, Fldlsqne 1 -
Yacca anper Laos, cornna pros Unit:
■ Nesclo qua catoloa ziait dtuccdlne lodl,-
■ Abstulit et turpi lanx cochlearc foga I
It)Bs£graT*'iofr yet pleasant to refold
Scottish ecrgß with their macaronic mixture
ol 6Dutch dialect with the Eaglish language.
For Instance—and this example la very good
English compared with some of them: '
“ O Bcsf-y Bell and Mary Gray.
■ They are twa boncle lass*a,
They blgg» d a bower on yon barn-brae
Aid Uitlk'd It o'er wi’ rashes.
“ Fair Bessy Cell Ilo’ed yestreen,
And though I oe'ertould alcer;
Bot Vary Gray’s twa pawky eta
Thty gar iuy fancy falter’*
ü ßl£g«d” mesne built, and “twa pawky
cpd” are two cunning eyes.
And again:
** My krntcb I pnt npo* my head,
And drrta’d myself fa* brew; > ' >
I tree my l*e*rt wsb rtoaf and wae
WhenJtmlegseaawa: .
But wc el may the boattc row,
And locky t>« her part.
Ai d lightsome be the laaale’s care
That yields an honest heart.”
Ddldousacdezqaitite are some cf these
longs, and the dialect adds intinitcly to the
O’km.
There Is a good deal ot dialect in the first
two lines of the folio wing:
11 0. Sandlc baa owsen, and siller and kye.
A boaee and a haddih, and a’ things furhye,
Bot I wad bae S*mlc wl*b botnet in’s hmi,
Before l*d hae Sanale wl* houses ana laid,
f nontfc—Ue eaid, Think na lang, lassie; tboagh I
gang awa,
Be tala. Tnitk na Hog, lataie. tboagh I gang awa,
For the t-iemt-r is coming, canid winter’s uVa,
And 1 11 come buck end see thee in tpltc of them
a*.”
The tongs .'of nations play queer freaks
with language in the chorus. *
. Heio la a snatch fruui the Scotch:
“Fareye weel, znyauld wife, • '
bing hum, bee, berry, bom;
Fareyu w*el, myanla wife,
bing bam, bee, berry, bum.**
And again:
** His wig was like a donklt hen,
Igoandago;
The tall o’t like a goose-pen,
. Slug Horn, Igon, ago.”
Speaking, however, of queer songs, the
American slave melodies accomplhht&emost
hiceoua antics with pure English. Here la a
eotg just now very popular in New York:
The aun’a gone down to take a little
sleep,
Cnontrs: I met Lllch Daddy in the morning;
. The mooii a como out to take anotner
Cbobus : I njrt&iyh Daddy and I wont go home
any more, any more.
Then,-wake np, boys! for master’a gone to bed:
I net nigh Daddy In tho morning;
We’ll huvo a spree, if we havn’t a red;
1 act High Daddy ami I wont go home any
more, any more.
Chobcb : Thea, Nlpger, never die,
Black f-tce and China eye.
Go down to the bam yard, boys, the
owl’s on tho roo»*,
v Hlch Daddy wont como nigh;
Do s chok’d on chicken pie:
*Tis old O. K, I eay, and right upon
the goose.
Who or what u High Daddy” is, is a conun
drum that has no answer. The wind up is
Earca&tic:
The black man is avery curious thing;
His Jay bird heel con shuffle, cat. and wing;
But fib him np with gin, aud lay him In the shade,
He’ll work very well, esteciallt if he’s made !
It requires aver? advanced state of New
York civilization and Five Points Democracy
to produce a sorg like that.
The most diabolical and incomprehensible
production that was ever concocted in the
way ol a elarg song, however, is probably the
following, which is sold by the ballad pub
lishers here.
on! TB£ OEBTBUDE STEER I
Ant: The Bold Privateer.
Oh! the Gertrude sloop ia a bully sloop,
She's n yacht from her keel, ehc’a a yacht to her
Whenhcr Voom swings around, it swings with a
swoop
That knocks every muffin-head what don't stoop!
Stboko Chouus—Oh! the Gertrude steer!
- And keep her dear
Of the big boats and the shad
nets
In the North Rlvyear I
Oh! the Gertrude's crew is the hestcet crew
That over sailed a worse! on the waters bluo;
For bold and staunch and round and true.
Is the heatt of rack Hearty in the Gertrude's crow.
Vest Strong Occurs—Oh l the Gertrude steer.
&c.
Ob! our spree on the sloop Is the daradcst spree
That ever was had on land or sea;
For wc arc bnllv boys, very bollle.
Bat the bulliest boy la the crowd Is Mo 1
Rath eh Siuonq Cbobus—Oh! the Gertrude stecr>
&c.
Wc have crougkto cat, for we don’t keep a Cox—
There are pipes and tobacco In that old tin box:
If anymore is wanted, Just climb np the rocks.
And coax it from the gir-inia in the snow-white
frocks.
MobbStbokgzhChobus—Oh! the Gertrude steer,
&c.
There's not such thing as a quarter. Oh!
On any foul monster In the Geitrudc, no!
And If there was we'd-sink it low
In lager bier and Deutecher Schneider wine
Rhine, O!
Icbbtbessiblb Cnoncs—Oh! the Gertrude steer
_ And rise a cheer,
* With a tiger ami a bull
dog,
On the North Riv-year!
Sounds of chrers, tigers, whoops, cat-calls and
other dulcet operations.
The remark “ for we don't keep a Cox” has
reference to the memorable steward on board
the Great Eastern, when that steamer made
.the excar elon trip to Cape May from tnls
city, some three years ago. lie was made im
mortal for the way in which be starred the
passcsgeis.
Tbe peculiarities of the Yankee dialect
have been node tbe material for many amns
itg papers by Lowell under his no/n de plume
Hoeta Bigelow.” They are so familiar to
onr readers that there Is no necessity of giv
ing an example. So also with songs in Irish
and German procnncUtlon, which are becom
ing so common that, unless characterized by
high literary merit, they are very poor read
ing. Two or three years ago a monoonuii
took posEcstk-nof tome of the' fanny
men to write poor ideas in words spelt
with abominable Ingenuity as directly con
trary to all rules of orthography as possible.
Negro songs have been in vogue from time
immemorial, though latterly the mingling of
the people of the North with the contrabands
has introduced a new dement, which Is an
improvement. The simple and tender spirit
that breathes in the real contraband song has
been well imitated by Whittier in the poem
“ At Fort Royal,” giving the song of the ne
gro boatmen.
We believe that onr readers are not so fam
iliar with the way in which the Chinaman
construes Eoglhh as to make a short Chinese.
English poem misappropriate.
The California people are better acquainted
with the Celestial method of talking and writ
lx g Anglo Saxon. We extract the following
specimen from the Sau Francisco Mirror,
which introduces it thus:,
We tbit morning received & piece of Chi
nese compotHon—a genuine valentine—seat
by & rich Chinaman named Ah Chong to Hi
Sing, a beautilo] (them!) child olthe Flowery
Kingdom, who was so proud of the effusion
(they both speak English) that she sent it to
ns with the following note, written on yellow
paper
Sak Sisco, Fehlually, 1861.
EDironlTuLon: Me lead? you paper plenty
time. Ah Chong he hny ’em. Spose yon llkee—
Son patches he eons In Millor. High j&w-w-w.
-nce-tor-foo; hemally me. Ah Chong, ho num
ber 1 Chinaman—pig man he, China: plenty mon
ey he! . ntta
The following is the valentine, word tor
word;
Too number 1 pigeon; me number 2.
Ton shobby Ah Chong ?' He shabby yon 1
He caty llcey allor day long
Ton sanity iccy to poor Chong I
Me belly good man; me mutchee gole;
Me plenty chow-chow; me heapey seal!
You wantchcc cat meat ? no catcbee bog.
Yon wantebee rat meat ? no catcbee dog.
Yon shabby Shanghai! wegodere;
Hi Sing and Ah Chong—number 1 pair!
Me give to Hi Sing bflly fine Tea;
Hi Sing, yon sing, yon likey me 1
Mr. Weller, of tho Pickwick Papers, has a
very peculiar style of talking. The younger
Weller wrote a love letter once, which ended
with a rhyme, hnt we believe he never wrote
a poem. The following is not in Mr. Weller’s
fctjie—it is a little lower down the scale:
“ Yen I thinks of vat I pe,
Andvatlusedto vaa,
• I thinks I've throwed myself away
Yithont sufficient cos.
Vat a vendor!
How in thunder?
Hits bccgetraordin&ry.
(Echo) —Nary.”
The Lord Dundreary pronunciation has
been adopted by some writers, and a little of
it is very novel and fanny—too much of it, as
well as of any other peculiar method,' is nan*
seating. Here is the first Terse of a British
swell’s comments in rhyme on the Yclvcrton
trial, in which the “gentle-blooded’*, came
out a little tbe worse for the ordeal:
That Dublin mawi dge twial—haw I
Host chawmlng history to weadt
Paw fellah, what a hawwld ba w I
A cwuel cose faw him indeed I
A should not care law wawlng mobs,
And having all the Pwcsa at one;
Because they’re such a eet of soobs;
And vawtuocs indignation's fan.
, We will introduce to the reader Hr. Jones,
who will explain himself:
“Bydabe is Jodes—Daddle Jodes, I ab
the best biseiable bad udder the sad. lab
eterdally catching cold; by doze is eyerUst-
Idely gubbed up, so that I dever cad talk
plaid- I tried cverythlg id the world to pre
vedt it, subber and widier, it Is all the sabe.
I breathe through my bouth frob Jaduary to
Deccbber. I’ve tried every systeb of bedlcld,
but id void. All kids of teas, drobs. ad old
wibbed’s dostrnbs have bid tried; I’ve swal
lowed cdough oi theb to drowd be; but is do
use. Dotmng udder heaved cad keep by feet
waib, dotblg keep be £rob catchig cold.”
Jones went to serenade his lady love, and
sang after this fashion:
“Cub, oh. cub with be,
The blood is beabin;
Cub, ob, cub with me,
. • i The stars are gleablg
And all around, above,
With beauty teablg;
Bordligbt hours are best for lab.”•
It is unmanly to .make the infirmity of a fol
low-creature the subject of heartless jest, and
we have therefore let Mr. Jones tell his own
story. He'is certainly a subject for pity,
lisping Is also not nufreqaently a natural in
firmity, but it U said that many young ladies
lisp voluntarily because they imagine that to
do so makes them appear interesting. We
publish the following, not merely because It
Is apposite to'onr theme, but also with the af
fectionate request that yonug ladies who in
dulge in this practice may have an opportu
nity to recite it before a mirror:
OK THE THEA THOIIB.
ByonetchoithihrouUedwUh aOdlght U(hp.
ThweeUy rnnrmurth the breethe from the thea,
.ThoolUlngmy thonl to thumberth.;
And on Itth waveth come sceneth to me, .
/: thoPatht, in endleth numberth.
. I thigh ftthi think bow yearth hare thped—
‘tiovrjoy hath leftme to (borrow; .
My heart sow thleepeth the thleep of thodeatf;'
Bat It waketh to gUdnelh to-taorxow* -
Now dtetbeth the thpray on the erethtlsg
vavetb,
Beneath the than 1 * rsyih It glittertk,
Thatb my i hooJ, when no longer thorrow en*
thieves,
’Neath Hope’th than in happinoth flitterth.
Tho thing to me tweetly. breathe from the thea,
That hope may be ever bethlde m-;
That dcthpstr ne’er tho'l thackle the free.
Nor cvilihtball over betide mel
After thatpe'hapsit *—>ll r>e as wed 'n dole.
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CUMp£riTXON. Dealers and consomers will find ft
tbtirUteiMt tOßlvens a e&IL or seedier a circular,
before ordering euewhera
Caahva ell filled and WaninteiSvery
Time. 7
AUetdentiled pronpGy.- OnraaottolsoppetiMoe
toaQaeaepely andblgn prices. H. SANBORN AGO.
lllFaadoißbsaett.Cklßace. P.O, Drawer QU6.
BelS xa773-2m -
gPECIAL NOTICE.
THE PKOPEISTOPB OF THE
fIIRARD HOUSE,
PHILADELPHIA,
Respectfully cril ihe attention of Bosloess Hen and
tbe travelbg commur lty. to the superior accommo
dation and com‘ort offerer Is thtlr oMbU'.hraenl.
ae3o-it4»« Bm-2tewla KaNag*. FOWLS H a CO.
REMOYAT*.
XI A, PIERCE,
Jobber In Clothing, has removed from so Lake street
to the large aid capacious room over O. M. ESN-
DhBSON&CO’.srOOr AND SHOE STORE,
aa lakes street,
Ccner ol Wabash aveaue. where 1 am constant’? re
ceiving addition# to n.y well assorted »lo r kof
MENS’ AND YOUTHS’ CLOTHING ABD FUXSN
ISHINO GOODS.
Ccuntry Merchants are respectfully requested to
ezaminnmy stcckbelcre purchasing,
ccvuaeittia a. Planes.
CMITH & TANNER have received
kj Ar-T&Ela AGENCV
No. 86 Washington Street,
a lire lot cr y.cbine, t«r sn ibpe-hsg
ill Kinds of Enins, Shears nod Scissors
Frruae In Pantiles, Bating {Tonnes. Shoui, Ac. A
large size for grinding R-.tpcf Knives and Sickles.
Alto, a larse lot of fine Emery Wheels for sharpening
Sewing Ukcfalno NeeoUs.
They are sole Agents lathe city for Hal’s Fat sot
Copper Scroll Lightning Rods, tbe beat ana cheapest
la me, . ocis oio6-iw
JIJI FAIRBANKS’ STANDARD
JpXi SCALES,
i or 61161268
/JajSSjm. Fairbanks, Gresnleaf & Co.,
i CHICAQO *
QUINCES, GRAPES AND
PEACHES.-Quince* of the best quality we are
recelTltg dally. Grapes from tbe ofQso.
M'ztoD.ROlv elsland , Dr.Collins’,Bt. Joseph; C.C.
Bwcet, St. Joseph; D. Chspsan, St. Joseph, and a
few more Ft aches from over the L«ke.
Call at 55 Stale street.
U, P. STANLEY.
OC2I-C6IS-3t
T) TEALKKS AUD SHIPPERS
OF GRAIN.—I am now prepared to traaifer
rnlo at ray Elevator at K cecl pet ba»heU lota iteie
atYcect. Pf erm to tvmpl.) Pieare read mn the
Kliln Kill I will ,l,e 11 dMPIMIJNJB, «
usual ra'ca. a X. COALS" ORTH.
Buffalo. October 10.1563. octia-ofiT-taovi
TZID GLOYE3 CLEAHIi) IN
.tv a iuF<rior matn'r, _
108 &ontb ClarJt fitreot.
He celved al#o at »h« following place# —-Ladles Be
pori'ory, 51 SUteatieet; JW State »tree:;2SJ State
tt.; *l7 Monroe »t • Pa*U D> - e ilou*e Nc-rth Clark
at : its We*t Madison at. Terms liberal to ar'uu in
distant place*. oct-uas-lm
AbBUMSII ALBUMS!! —lm-
Xj l men#® stock ot new. rich, sad beautUul styles
now on exhibition. Having them made expressly to
my order. X am retalUcg them lower than any house
lathe city,while I offer them at whoieeale at the
same rates as Fasteru'deaUra. Don’t buy until you
EOS TOT Stock. P.O BOX 4020, 8.8. APFLuBT. Pboto
granitic Stock Depot m South Clark at. ana teg ftn
TPHR MUTUAXi LIFE INSUB
JL ancb co.. ol New York, t. 8. Wlnrtca-Prcr
daat. Cash Aaseta Febn try lit, ISSL
99,225,110.70.
O.CKONXHITH. General Agent for Northern sft
QentralfllinolaJ7o.<Clark-et M Chicago. Jeil-ggß-U
MOTICB TO SHLPPEKS Of
X v TALLOW. LABO. GBEAfIB. *«.—The under*
tigned pay tbelr particular attention to the sale of Tal
low. and ell soap stocks. Any consignments sent K
them will be promptly disposed of. and ouiekretum
made, on very advantageous terras, ne mall our
gg£t M.
tal&gftfißs tt Water slrwt. Bar Z9t*_
T>RASS STENCIL ALPHABETS.
JL> M. J. METCALF A 30N.
<SK BALZM STREET. BOSTON MASS.
The only maau&ctmeia in the United states. 01
Brasaklpaabet* and Figure*, to any gieit extent or
In any variety. Sold at wholesale at the bpwssr
CASH PbIOEB. AIM), the BEBT OF TNDELIBLB
BIBNCIL IKE. rax cmiF. Stencil Dies and an
kinds of Stencil Stock. Inquiries or order* promptly
attended to. ceTnSU-an
NOTICE . —Madame Andrew%
Clairvoyant. Croa Boston. liaa« can be tat
inltedat
44 SOUTH SSOKBOB STBE32S.
Clairvoyant examinations,one debar. She also teQs
the rat. Present and Futwc, Terra* w cents. Hourt
rom BA. M. ttBP. hL IH»M6s*lSwl»
QTATE OF ILLINOIS, COOK
JO COUNTY—S3. Superior Court of Chicago. No
vember Term, A. I>. IS6J. Frederick 3. Bay vs.
Cbaries Twombley.—Attachment ..
Public totice fr berebv give** to the said Charles
Twomblev that a writ ol attachment issued out ot the
office of the Clerk ol the Superior don't of Chicago,
dat-d the third day of October. A.T> IK3. at the suit
of tbeesld Frederick G Day and acaln»t the ettata of
theaaldCharleaTwombjey for the sum of one hun
dred and fifty nine collars and seventy one cents di
rected to the Sheriff of Cook County, which eald writ
-has been returned executed.
Now, therefore, unb.ss. you. the said Charles
Twommey. shall pereon&liybe and appear before the
said Superior Court of Chicago, on or betore the first
day of the Term thereof, to he hold*n at tho Court
Heme. In the City of Chicago on the flrrt Monday of
November; A. D 1563. give special ball, and plead to
tl e-iald plafrlid's actloo, Judirruent wl.l be entered
•saint yon, and in favor of the said Fredericks.
D*v and fo much rf the property attached as maybe
■nfficlf-fitto FatiefvthefalJ Judgment and coats, will
be sold to satisfy iha same,
oe sow w tausijr u *’ J Tno^AS n CASISII. Clerk.
AuunrsTOir A Dent, Plt'E.i Att'ys.
ot9l9l3*UltewFß
€ommx*titra Slfrd)anl*.
Q.RIFFIN BROS.,
CO3SOTS3TON fITERCHA.NTS,
No. 5 Pomeroy’s Building.
jomjax y. oairriH. Augustus ctirrar,
ocU c2Q6-ly
Cj ALLOW AY & CO.—Packers,
A ProTUlonDealeri and General
ooecnission merchants,
OSes 190 South Water street. Board of Trade Building
Chicago.
Wshave a large stock el smoked Hama and Shoul
lew, both sugar and plain curing, cauvaiied and us
zanvaned, which we offer at low market rates. Or
lets reipectfuJly solicited from the city and country
We bey and tell lor others every description of Fro '
ducoacd Provisions. We pay the highest market
price for Cracklings, GALLOWAY A CO.
anls-k3Q3-Sn
A LBERT MORSE & CO.,
£2. (PRODUCE
COMMISSION MERCHANTS*
So. IS South Water street, (Aiken’s Bufi-fiagJ
-j • CmCAQO. ILLIHOIS,
SWRnilness confined strictly to commlalofi^jtf
■' - [anartaa-iyj
pSNISTON & CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
LIVERPOOL.
gXTXXXKCntß:— Mtws.Paga. Richardson A Co„Bcatca.
Middleton A Co., Hew York*
Snow A Burcses. do.
Johnston A Bayley, do.
Osab advsneea made on consignments of ProvMooi
Flour, Ac., to the aboye house by
• BHHKY MtLWARD A 00.
flelS-yIH- IS Lasaße street. Chicago.
AKIN & CO.,
COS3IBSXON BHriOBAK^:
168 South Water street, Liberal advene** made OK
Flour, Grain and ProvWcas, to be toldbcraor by
WM. A. BEOWH A C 0„ Row York.
-a. ixm. • s. r. Bimanv
faniJ Agents.
WESTERN LAND AQERCx
• T v Lauds bciught aufi sold on coamwlca aau
titlac examluau la lowa. W «:onsla. Mlnueeo -anc
DUccU. Specla. attention -mn to eelscunq tazoik
iorstttlera. Tax,'* regal* ;ypaid In the above stare*
ard jooznc’B made la tut apilngflndtillWtuava
rlcm cauutt** for that parpoce F*metlew mmuiely
desmlblug 53O.C’0OacreB lands foiu’,e and map ’Uustra
lived eaxetac: on application. CtpltaUiis
dler« wishing to lurwt in land* now ndoz raoldly la
vaine, can rely up n galtc’-Joi* b-lnx Juaici-sai ij
made and *lUm cat ef ally layeetlzatei. Tharapllex
renslem of Baliwayi render la vestment la lowa Real
Estate especially, (mads by as experienced agent)
lucrative and sire beyond all other investments la
the presettuicertain time*. All business i transacted
for a reasonable coramlwion, and every Uuoraa ion
cheerfully furnished. Pantaibavlcg lauds ftriiae,
taxes to pay. fetdbeU*Mßdß«rlst«aad desuTlatloui
’at once. W. J. Baßssx.
; onica,.H2EM4iiipiittjMt.
ago niuou, oci-ufiM-ia
Summit) Sintra.'
]qQSTEXTER.S :SIOMACg
BITTERS.
CONCLUSIVE PROOFS
OF THE EFFICACY OF
HOSTETTER’S STOMACH BITTERS,
HEAE thh
• Wortbleasaadpeniicjoastrttcioaare so often Mia.
Used op la the advertising eshmaaof the pres* by
abrtcatad letters. (hat the ppoprtttora ot BO3TBT
TSU’S BITTBR’t rarely give qa-Jtafaons from taels
bdslaeef ebrrespoadrsen, lest the GENUINE OPIN
ION'S of,those who usa aad appreciate a GRNUIHh
ARTICLE should b? coefoaodsd by the unthinking
wltbthe FULSOME ItlGMAßOLKputlatotuoaoathr
of URN OF STRAW by anrerauuioas emptrico sod
charlatans, who*- doable object la to SKLL beta thar
trash aadttfe.FUßLlG.
BeileTinß. bowerer. that FACTS IKPOtSTAHT TO
TIIZ’ HEALTH AST); COM FORT OF TUB PUBLIC.
udWuieh can bo VERIFIttD AT AST MUiIESTby
addraaeios the v partita wbo touch for them, ought net
;to under, a.boshel. the nadenlgcedpabi'sh bs
low'a fbw com«unlciUotsof recent date, to which
they Liritothe attention ot the people, and at tbs taroE
tine ESPECIALLY BSQUBoT all readers who cay
led Interested In the «übject to ADDRESS TilK IN
DfVIDDALS THEMPKLVR3. aad ascortaia the cor
rector s» cf the particulars.
It may be tbovKbt,pereapa.tlut apreparatlsn like
BOETBTTBB’S STOMACH BITTBBS wtatcbbai los;
been a STANDARD TONIC throuskout tbo WESTERK
DEUISPHEBB, and la rapidly b»comlog a staple ol
trade at the antipodes, speaks for Itaeif la stroego
tones than private enlogtom caa speak of It. This It
true; but the phase* of tfbeaae are-almost itmumera
ble, and every day new instances of tbo anccessof lia
Bitters, either «sa PREVENTIVE or aCUßS,coins
to the roowlrdge of tho proprietors through the malU
eomorf these am ol Immense latereat to thousand;
placed la precisely the tame circamstar css as tbo par
lies who have been PROTECTED or RELIEVED, aoi
therrfere It scans almost an act of duty to put them
on record. ; •
For example.Mvea-ehrhta of the mnltlcudea who go
to acaauflcr more or lea* from SB A SICKNESS. They
dread this terrible affliction more than the fury of the
elements, audit moat bean nsspeakable aatiifbcltoato
them to learn that U caa he axerttd by the ate of
nOSTETTBR’B BITTERS. It Jroniy within the last
twelve moaths that this GREAT PACT IN UEDICA
TI9N bubeen establiahed.'and hence it la sot univer
sally known. Thoee who have tested this newly de
veloped property of the pronamtloa, and escaped pea
Mcknea* b> Us aid. are natarally anxlnos to spread the
gladtldlcgsamoßß all wbo ** go down to tha sot ’lr
ships asddo badness on tbs great waters.'* Tnawlt
arse on this point whose tettlmony Is appended, not
only gives his otmexperlence.botconoborates It with
emphatic evidence from other sources. If there be
any whoareskoptlcaloathesabjict. they are hereby
referred directly to him and to the gentleman wbo '
shared with him the benedcla! "effects of the anUdots.
The Irarcenselncrease lntfce߻leof.Ho3T/STTBR*fI
RITTERS, both At borne and abroad,dartngtho put
year, prom that tbe world. while It obeys tbs Scrip
toral injunction to “tryall things.” only “HOLD FAST
to that which Is GOOD.” Spurious preparatlors. Uko
poisonous fungi, are contlnnsUy springing op, but
their character la soon discovered, and they are “dong
like worthless weeds away,” Oa the other hand, a
great antidote, that penorms all It promises, and;even
loore than its proprietors claimed for it on Us intro
duction, Is “not for a day. but for all time.”
Every dose administered of a useless or deleterious
nostrum helps to disabuse the public mind of the Im
pressions It tcayhsve received from Ue flourish of
rrmpets with which tbe deceptions article was art*
nonreed; while, on tbe contrary, every bottle sold of
a really valuable medicine tecures the permanent cus
tom of the purchaser, and makes him aa ADVER
TISER OF TT3 MERITS among tils friends. It Is thus
that HOSTETTEB'S BITTERS have obtained their
unparalleled popularity. The Press, ladetd.hu made
the GREAT STOMACHIC widely known, hctltl* the
anlfonnlyaacceefifal results of PERSONAL EXPERI
MENT tbstbave rendered It a HOUSEHOLD MEDI
CINE throughout the length and breadth ot the laud,
and'the main reliance of the TRAVELER, the VOY
AGER. tbe SHEER and tbe PIONEER.
During lbefiammeraonth»apare,whole3ome Tonic
which are also Incorporated the properties ol sn auti
blllous and mDd aperient agent, la essentially needed.
Such a preparation la HOSTETTEB’S STOMACH
BITTERS, lie sorest preventive and cure of dyspepsia,
biliousness, constipation and nervous debility ever
placed v, lihln the reach of the community.
Against the depressing and sickening tendency of
heat and miasma It Isa potent safeguard,and upon
persona of leeble constitution and uncertain health.
Tts renovating effects an most extraordinary..
Bt. Nicholas hotel, new Toss. March 2. 193.
Da. Boststtu—Dear Sir : Being of a billons tem
perament. and having suffered much from sea slckaous
heretofore, I determined, when leaving New Orleans
for New York, In June last, to try your celebrated
£ tomach Bitters. Having made the trip In the propel
ler Trade Wind wlthonttbe least Inconvenience, owing
to their preventive efficacy, X procured, on tbe 50th of
July, a box of your Bitters, for the use of myiell and
afowfrlenda.on cur contemplated voyagoto Europe
!n the Great Eastern. Alter getting to sea 1 opened
the box. and, together .with about ten of my fellow
passeDgsra,partookcf the Bitters. On tho second day
some of the Indies on board Alt sea sick, but by ratiwft
hair a wine glassful three times a day, they soon rt>
covered. Dr. Qoldshorow, tho ship’s physician, and
Capt PatoD. the Commander, together with a large
portion of tbe passengers, subsequently cxperlmetad
with the Bitten, and uniformly with entire success.
They win certify to the fact tbatduring the whole trip
not one person on board was sea sick after the second
day. Dr, G. bavlog appropriated the last remaining
bottle, as an Infallible specific, 1 bad none of, the arti
cle on my return voyage.and suffer ed more than I can
describe in consequence.. I have orders for two boxes
from two of my late fellow passengers, now In Liver
pool. and shall send them out by the next steamer.
Ton ought to have a depot in Liverpool. Advising all
persons vesturing for tbe lint time (or Indeed at any
time) to sea. to obtain. U possible, a supply of year
Bitters before leaving port, and thereby SECURE
themselves against sea sickness.
1 am, respectfully, r obedient servant.
JOHN A. UUZLLOB.
BSOOKLTW. N. May 25d, 130.
A Bmztii.
Messrs. H(
G ejttl*sibs I bare used your Bitters daring the
ast eli week*. and feel It dne to you and to the public
to express tcy hearty approval of tbelr effect upon me
I never wrote a *• puff** lor anyone, and I abhor every
thing that ravers ofqasckory, Dot your Bitters-t’e
entfrely removed from the level of thomore nostrums
cf the day. being patent alike to an, and exactly what
they professto be. They are not advertised to cure
evcrythlag.bat they are recommended to assist nature'
In the alleviation and ultimate hcallcgol maty of the
most common luflraltleAof the tody, and this they
will accomplish. . I bad often unwell for two months,
as Is ofnsl with me during the Spring. 1 was bUUoaa,
and coffering from Indigestion and a general disease ot
the mucous raemhrafie. and though compelled to keep
at work, la the discharge of unprofessional duties,was
very weak, of a yellow complexion, no appetite, and
mneh of the time confined to my bed. "When I had
been taking your Bitters a week my vigor returned, the
sallow complexion was all gone. I relished ray food
aednow 1 enjoy the duties of the mental application
which so recently wore so very Irksome and burden*
some to me, When I rued jour Bitters I r&ia a change
everyday. These are facts. All inferences must be
made by each Individual for nineantf.
Tours, respectfully, IV. B. LEE,
Pastor of Grease avenue Presbyterian Church.
Pzofintcr Cottage, Georgetown. D. C„ April 3.1863
Messrs. Hobtettkr A Smith,
GxNTLMimTr-It gives me pleasure to add my tee*
tlmonlal to thoee of others, In favor of your excellent
preparation. Eeveralyearsofresldesceonthe hanks
of a Southern river, and of close application to literary
work.bad so thoroughly exhausted my nemos system,
and undermined my health, that I had become a scab*
ttb toDespcptia, and Nervous Headache recurring at
ebort latcryals. and delving aO known remedies In the
listeria Hedlca. I had come to the conclusion that
nothing but a total change of residence and permits
would restore my health, when a friend recommended
Hostetler's BUters, IpxocurcdaboUlo.as.'an experi
ment. Itreqnfred butene bottle toconvlncome that
I had found at last the biqqt oombinatios or sbxb.
D\*&. The relief It afforded me haabeen complete,,-.lt
Is raw some years tinea I first tiiedHoatettor's Bitter*
and k la but Just to say that I have found the prepare-
Jcill ALL THAT IT CLAIMS TO BX. • It IS afitANDAXD
FamiltCoudial wfchus; andeven asa btuiulaht
ire like it bettor than anything else; bat we use It la
all nervous. bilious and dyspeptic caves, from fever
down to toothache. If whatlbave'now said will lead
any dyspepsia or nervous invalid to a sore remedy. I
shall have done some R00d,..;
1 remain, gentlemen, respectfully yours,
Z. D. E. N. SOUTHWOHTH.
Navy Dxfasthzst, Btoxatt dr Tamos ajtd Docks. >
December sath, ISoi. J
Messrs. HoeTxrrxx A Smith, Pittsburg, Pa^
OxHTuatzs About four years tin ce my attention
we caßecUo your Celebrated Stomach Bitters. I being
attheUmeapertbctmartyrtoDyipcpela.la all of its
terrific forms; Indeed. Phadnot known for six yean an
uninterrupted night’s sleep.' I commenced tho use of
your Bitters, taking them according to yonr directions,
except that tbe dose was reduced onehalfi and found
myself much, tsst much benefited by the first bottle
the second relieved me entirely: bat I have ever since
a dose In the morning. Immediately on rising,
finding it to act as a Tonic and Appetizer of tbe most
aobexaxlx cbaxaotxx. There is a peculiarity in the
ffcct ot your Bitters on me. which it msy be well
state; if from any cause I shall be suffering so accntely
with the Headache, a dote cl your Bitten ssLxxvza
me la yirmrs inHtmu. lncoQClns!pn.leay, with all
sincerity and troth, I would uot be returned to tbe
. state of health in which your Bitters found me. and
frern which they have TCquxsTXONABLT xzLixvxn
me, vos *t.t. tux mohzt n tux wobld. 1
I am. with great respect.yourob'taerv*t.
JOHN W.BRONAHGE, Chief Clerk.
. Nxw CoxTiLksoar Camp, >
Near Alexandria. Ya„ May2Uh,iS63, f
Measrs. Hostxttxb A Bxrrs*
Uxax Sins Will you do me the favor to forward
by cxpres»one-balf dozen Hostetter’sStomachßlttara,
with MU, tor which! will remit you on receipt of same
as lam usable to procure your medicine here; and U
bad a quantity It coaid be sold readily, as it is known
to be thebest preparation In m tor diseases having
their orlglnwlth a diseased stomach. Ihaveusedafid
acid hundreds. of preparations, but your Bitters are
superior to anything of tbe kind I am cognizant with..
ladeed.no soldier should be without it, should ha be
ever so robust and healthy; for It is not only a
toxattvx, but a Preventive for almost all diseases a
soldier Is subject to. I havebeea afflicted with Chronic
Indigestion, and no medicine, has atpokdzd mb tux
frtr.rw9 toubs sab; and I trust you wlllloee no Urn*
In sending the Bitters ordered.
Yours, ▼eryxespectihlly.
SAMUEL BYERS, Hosplta Steward.
HOSTETTEII & gglT^
„ ■ ■ Pa,
I few Tort Office, 80. t Broadway.
fel9-gr>MBIU»V- *
HUhtrinol.
fiKEMMCKS are
BUT
ROBACK’S axe BETTER
Roback’s
Ritters.
Roback’s
litters.
Rtiback’a
Bitters.
Bobaek’s
Bitters.
Robaclc’s
litters.
Roback’s
litters
Roback’s
Bitters.
lloback’s
Ritters.
loback’s
litters.
Said at wholesale by
FDLLSB, mroa da FOLUtA- W.O. SABRIH A CO
LORD A SMITE. SMITH A DWTKB. BURN HAM *
BMITE. J. H.KEKD4 CO.. J.KOEMHULO. WEIGHT
* FRABCHT,A. F. CROSkBT. C □ BECKWITH,
p- SCOVILtR. Al retail by RLIS3 A
SHARPS WRIGHT A {FRENCH MaNK A DYCHBL
PALh BROTHKHS K. H. SARGENT. M. JKROMK.
JC». WILLARD. W. H.DILLINGHAM, cor. V*q 3>
ran. and State street, aal by Drcgclats yeaenCy.
; Dr.C.W.EOBACX. Prop^Ctaclana’i.
C. A. COOK, Chicago, General Agent,
Office 24A36 Murkevst. .tind * Block.
toll-rtSS-ly-eod
DR. SWEET’S
SuTalliMe Liniment,
THE
4BBX&V EXTERNA3.
FOR RHEUMATISM. GOUT. NEURALGIA, LXJH
BAGO. STIFF NECK AND JOINTS, SPRAINS/
BRUISES. CUTS AND WOUNDrf. PILES.
HEADACHE, AND ALL RHEUMATIC
AND NERVOUS DISORDERS.
For an of which it is a speedy and certain moody
ar.dneverfsQs. This Liniment is prepared from the
recipe of Dr. Stephen Sweet, or Connecticut, the
famous bone setter, and has bean used In hla practice
fer more than twenty yean with the most sfttonlsMni
success.'
AS AN ALLEVIATOR OF FAIN. It la unrivalled
by any preparation before the public, cf which tin
meat skeptics Jmay be convinced by a single trial.
Thtii Llnbr.eot will cure rapidly and raiusaay, Khsu
matlr.Dlaorders of every kind, and in thousands ol
cases where It has been used it nao never been known
to Cad.
FOB NEURALGIA, itwm sfferd Immediate rellel
In every case, however distressing. -
It wCI relieve tbe worst cases of HEADACHE is
three minutes, and U warranted 10 do It. t
TOOTHACHE also will It cure Instantly.
FOR NERVOUS DEBILITY ANiTGKNERAL LAS
fITUDR. arising (Tout imprudence or excess, this
liniment Is a most hapay and unfailing remedy. Act
ing directly upon the nervous tissues. !t strengthen!
and revlvines the system, and restores U to elasticity
and vigor.
FOR PILES.—As an external ramedy. ws claim that
ItlstheszaTknown, and we-challenge thewnrldtr
produce an equal. Every victim of Ihla dtitrowdns
complaint should give it a trial, for 'twill not Call to
afford immediate relief, and In a m »nty of cases wQI
effect a sodioat. cure. .
QUINSY AND SORB THROAT are ocetlmes e»
tremely malignant and dangerous, but timuly appli
cation of this Liniment will never fall te cure.
BPBAINS are sometiiues very obstinate, and enlarge
mens of the Joints Is liable to occcr if neglected. Tns
worst case may be conquered by this Liniment la twe
or three days.
BRUISES. CUTS, WOUNDS. SORES, ULCKBa,
BURNS AND SCALDS, yield readily to the wonder
ful healing properties cf Db. Swnsr’s Lstallibl*
nnmnnrr. when used according to directions. Also
CHILELAiKS, FROSTED 71UST, AND IH2EC9
east ahd iinis*.
Every Horse Owner
Should hive this remedy at hand, for its timely uia at
the first appearance of Lameness will effectually pro
xen t those formidable dleeasea, to which all horses are
liable, and which render so many otherwise valuable
horses nearly worthless.
Over four hundred voluntary testimonial! to the
wonderful curative properties of this Liniment have
been received within the last two years, and many ol
them trom persona In the highest ranks of UA
CAUTION.
To avoid Imposition- observe the Signature anrtl.Tke
rtu ol Dr. Stephen Sweeten every label, and also
“ttepbea Sweet # Infallible Liniment” blown in the
glauof each bottle, wlthoutwhlchnoneare xen nine
RICHARDSON A CO.
Bole Proprietors. Norwich, CL
Fer tale by LORD A SMITH. General Westers
Agents. S3 Lake ■ treat. Chicago, aad by dealer*
everywhere. CB&aj&eow-ty
(Stmtnt.
USEFUL and VALUABL
DISCOVERY I
HILTON’S
INSOLUBLE CEMENT]
Is of more general practical
utility than any Invention now
before the public. It ho# bees
thoroughly tested during the lasi
two yean 07 practical men. and
pronounced by all to be
Superior to any
Adhesive Preparation knows.
Gsxix Dxsoomrl
ApptieableJO tbe
useful Arts.
Anewthlcg.
Hilton’s losolnbla Cement
Is a new this?, and the result cl
yean of study: Us combloatioals
on Bcmsvir.a Pbzsoipiss. and
nndenio drcnmjtanrcs or change
of temperature, will It become
corrupt or emit any offensive
smell.
its Combination.
BOOT ds SHOE
ManuJkctarers. using Machines,
win fled it the beat article known
for Cementing the Cbannela.as it
workswithont delay. la not affec
ted by any change ct tempexatara
root and Shoe
-TTC w H-TiHiKS
Jewelers.
Win flndit sufficiency adhesive
for their use. as hasbeen proved.
It Is especially adapted
to Leather,
And we claim as an especial
merit, that it sticks Patches and
Linings to Boots and Shoes enffi*
dently strong without stitching.
Bumbles.
IT IS THB ONLY
CE3ULTT
Extant, that la a sura thing for
mending
FURNITURE.
CROCKERY.
TOTS,
BOSS.
a Liquid,
'rvoßY.
And articles of Household use.
REMEMBER
Eilton’c Insoluble Cement
la in a liquid form and as easily
applied as paste.
B*m ember.
Hilton’s ‘ Insoluble Cement
Is insoluble In water or oU.
Hilton’s Infiolablo Cement
. Adheres oily substances.
Supplied in Family or Hiau
Eicturcrs’Packages from 2 ounces
to 100 pounds.
HTLTOH BEOS, ft CO.,
Plata
PROVIDENCE, R. I,
■old by LOBD A SMITH, Wholesale Druggists. 23
Lakeetreet. Chicago. HI.. General Western Agent*, to
Whom all orders may be addressed. JaU-gO-lywya*
jßushusa dariis.
JOHN BORDEN,
LAW OFFICE,
48 Clark street. Room No. 8 Chicago, m.
Legal business thoroughly and promptly attended
to. octfasos-iw
QOBURN & MARKS,
AHKEICiH AND FOREIQH
Patent Lawyers and Solicitors,
Office Ho. 11 Lsrmon Block. Chicago, m., corner oi
Clark and Washington streets.
Agencies at Washington, and in all the principal
countries is Europe. Circulars containing full la
itructlona to Inventors gratis oa application.
Bollct Patents,conduct Interference*, and practice
tnth> Courtaln Infrlrgementcaaea. sa3lu2Cslm
Scaling fllncljmcs.
O EWING MACHINES.—Lafiia-
O who would like to do their own Sewing. Ham
ming and Felling, very mneu narrower and vastly
neater than can be done oa any other, wl". look at the
‘‘TWISTED LOOP STITCH”
Wilcox & Gibb’s Sewing Machine
While It run nearly twice as flit, it works more
easily and with much lees ooUe taan any other. It is
IMPOSMBLZTO SXT TUX KEZCLX, SS3OCXXBOS FXLUX
WXOXO.OBTOBOXTnX MACUSrS BACKWABPa. Con
and see It at
L. CORNELL * CO’S, 133 LAKE STREET.
Taxlgxs. MATrmcrruxas. smer. Hoop Bra».
Dszss.Conarr. andYzoT MAKzxa. gaxzzb Frrrxxs
and Suox BiXDsxs will consult their
HIGHEST BUSINESS INTERESTS
By examining Uie “SMPinS.LOCSSTCTCH” SBW^
ISG MACHETE. wWeb require* %
power to drive U; niaaJMter and aneb etmu tQM
any other Machine, making the Lock Butca. call at
L. CORNELL & CO’S, 133 LAKE STREET.
MT-whanrefer the “Double Loet’V'or Grover *
wiwsmct to any of the above worL will do wall
ww»t the & PAKB.”wKlch la so do
■arredlypopnlarln the West, at L, Cornell dkCo't.
“ ‘TcmfctKU, 0 * o5 ~Uc *'
UMOTOt , L - COI ®SS,° S &*
*. o. *
r. OOZKXIT. . .
0029 mi3T-2ititw*n»
idMsaii'a «im;
SLiIBO.LD’a
HELMBOLD-B-
B2LMSOLDV.
HSLKUOLIIT
JLISIiLY Ct/XC£*TKATC>
HIGHLY COLCSXTKoTAP
FI2HLY ATET*
RT9KLT CTN« RNTR VTKD
SaOrLIiT CONOPiT&iTFD
COiO*UIWI»
COKL-OITISD
COiTFOITfO
COKPOIOTB
FLUID EXTRAOT EUOED,
FLUID EXTRACT EUCffU
FLUID EXTRAOT BUGHU
FLUID EXTRAOT BUOffb
FLUID EXTRACT BUOSU
A POSiTtVK
A POBITEVB
Apcaixrvx
APoarrm
BP;cCmo KKMPDT
apßcmc RStißpy
BPKOFIC BBUHS?
Hoa-Ssteattoa op lacoatindaoe of tTrica,
Irritutica, Infloaiaatioa or ClceraHon of
the BLadder and Sidneys. Diseases of
&a Frootrate Gland, Stone in tbs
Bladder, Olcnloca Gravel or
Brick Dost Deposit,
ASB
AH Diseases or Affectloao o the Bladder and
KidLCjA *nd Dropsical Swellings ATiAttn£>
. in Ken. Woman or Cbildiea.,
HSLSS2OIE*S EXTRACT ECTCaF,
bklmbblsj’s extract menu,
HELiHBOLIVS EXTRACT BCcnC,
BELHKOI.P'S EXTRACT BFCiir.
gSLMSOLB'B .EXTSACT SOCEF
For Wfti&Mt uiaag tma ntbil* ot Blaea
paUoa. attended with the lollaVi-s symptoms*
XrdiApofidoa to JLx«r4an. ha* if Memory
Dlfsmtty of Bre» lUiff Wes* Wer?*,
Trembling. Horror ol Discs** T HQaec*
Of Yis'.t»n,j%ak6la)3e*e. °ai3 la tae
Hock. uoweT»«’
the KascaJa* intern. Hot
. Hud* wTushtngof
Dry
inaflWa,
ERUPTIONS ON THE PACE,
71U1S COUNTHNANCB,
these symptoms, u allowed to jo ot, whxh tils
Medicine lavaxlibly rexoiee, aooz icllovs p*.
fulty. Epileptic nts, in one of which the
« peCeat nay expire. Who caa say that
they ere not frequently followed by
those “direful oieeeae*’* *m*
fiAHITT aad CUHSUMP*
XIOH,” Many are aware
Of the cause of thdr
suffering,
The -
record!
of the m
noe Asylums,
and the Melaa
fihoiy Deaths by Cca
sujnpton, bear ample
Witness to the truth of tha
taserttoa. The conititnCon ocoe
affected with Oj jcaalij Weakness. re
flair es tha aider Medicine to Btr-cgtbea
ana Invigorate-the Byytazn. which Hri.v.
SOL9H BZSBACX BtJCHU INVARIABLY DOBI
Helmbold’s Extract Buchu
la sale, pleasant in- tta taste and odor, and more
luengtbemngthaaaay oftbe preparationsoi
IRON OR BARK.
'For those suffering
From Broken Town andOalieate Conatltutloia
From whatever cause, either m
MATsE OR FBMAL£
A GOOD APPETITE.
WILL GIVE YOU
STBOXG, BEAETHY REBTES
WILL GIVE YOU
Brisk and Energetic Feelings,
iBU THU. KSABLB TOUTO
SLEEP WELL.
i TRIAL WILL COHVIHCS -TUS MOST
skeptical,
EiElßtßd
BELSBOUIAd
U£L»BOLfi>a
BSLIVBOLVB
HEUIBOLVB
BELIIBOLVS
HBI.IBBOUVB
BKlisaß®Bjyß
HlgWj Concentrated
Compound Fluid Extract Sarsaparilla
i*Oi
pa]&ag
the biood, ig
noring all ehro
. Bis constitutional dis
eases arising front an Impure
»Uta of the blood, and tbe only reH
able and afffectual known remedy for tb* cure
of Scrofula, Scald Head, Salt Thoum. Pains end
BwelUngi of tbe Hones, DJcerationa of
. the Throat and Legs,
Ptaplea on the Face Tettai.
Eiyaipelsa- Mid all scaly
ercptlop* of tbo
skin.
And Beautifying the Complexion.
SOX A FEW
Ct Iks trust ducraexa Ciatanict ausiot) Cftitfrott
tts ecsrtpaoa that accumulates in the biooc, gs all
the dlacotarlM that have been made to pern 1% oat,
none caa equal in "affect HSLM&OLD’S OOMPuUeTD
El TRACT OF SARfIAPA HILTi A. IS cleanses and
renovates the blood. uiUia t&n vigor el nea.tb Into tbs
system, and purges ont the honors Which make dls
ease, it stimulate the healthy functions of the tedy.
and expels tha disorders thif grow and rankle la the
blood. Buck a remedy, that could be reilod on,
lore been sought for. and sow. fur the first time, the
prime have one oo which they caa depend. Our space
cere does net admit certificates to show its affscW. but
the trial cl a sinxle bottle will shew to the sick that it
us virtues surpassing aiythfcy the? have ever taken.
Two table spoonrtui ot the ksttacl of Sarsaparilla
added to a pint of watcr.laeonai to tha Libeon Diet
Drink, and one bottle is fully e<rial to a gallon of
the Bvmp of famparllls. or tea as usuaj-
Iv made-
TEBfTS iCmiACTI BABB 3XS3 ADMIT.
TED TO CSS IN THB UNITED STATES ABid 7. and
are also in very general use la all the STATE HOA
PTTALB and Public sanitaky iNfixirunon
Un-cugbont the land, a* well as in private psecSsaa
aalaranonslderedaslnTaduabia remedies.
Bet Medical Propertia of Eva ln.
feom dispensatory op tee
UNITED STATES.
Pee protean* DHWB2S* valuable works ot the
Practice of Pbysie.
B— remarks made by the late celebrated Dr.
PHYSIO. Philadelphia.
gee remarksmaCts by Dr. BPH3AQI Mgpowwr.T.
a celebrated Physician, and Member of the Royal
College of SorveonA Ireland, and published in the
transactions of the Kins and Queen s Journal.
See Medieo-Chlrurglcal Review, published by www.
JAMXS TBA7EBS, x fOlcw of Royal College of av»
genus.
MS boa of the lata Standard Works of Ua lie*--?
PRICES:
Sbrtraitßush! sl.oope?sottle,»rSlliJ»rs!.sa
"SirsiparilU, SI.OO pei tattle,«9xfnsJ.N
Drivers* to aay addren. aecareTy sacied
Add/eta lenara »r utfonaattoato
HKLMBOLDTI
HKLMBOLDB
MEDICAL DEPOT.
MEDICAL DEPOT,
MEDICAL DEPOT.
MEDICAL DEPOT.
MEDICAL DEPOT
104 with nmm nsnr,
fC4 SOUTH TENTH STREET,
104 SOUTH TENTH STEEET,
104 SOUTH TENTH STREET,
104 Bpll'U TKKT* ITBSaOj
nnow \
(hzlow osxsrrvuT.)
PHILADELPHIA.
PHILADELPHIA.
PHILADELPHIA.
bbwabioico
UITPSISCIPIED DEALERS,
who zsoxatos to
D!s9oaQ CJ OTm’* and "ottar" tr«eu« oa tM
InaMBOLE'S PEEPABATIOH9
JBJffAiAIIOIi’
p-gT.IfBQID T 8
eiNUEH EXTRACT BUCOT,
EELSIBOLD’B
6EITOIKS SXTEACT BAB3APARTT.T.A.
jnrr.-UEOUya
BENCIN* IHEKOTiD BOSS-WASH.
Sold IT I.OBD * SSTTH, ISbkMt,
and tU Dnicbta.
ASK FOB HEUSBOIiB’g.
ASK FOB HEIiXBOUD’A
■r Ct wt lUiirrtwt ui wad
eJjua <mlcS>vaStiMwAavoni«i
PM-*
Jot tlje ’
JJECRTJITS FOR,
OLD REGIMENTS.
Veteran Volnnteers, $402 Bounty
and Premium.
AH other Eecmits, $302 Bounty
and Premium,
mw».bet*«ea UO UN ei SgbtMM
iVr/ crl )*/ lv 9 lea;* waobaraberew/areb««aea*
Uili d ,acd htw rr el t.'r not W* tb»» alt* m—ta*
yro i.ti.rr.m t»t i >r I>gt Train la US field. WW
aad *a MO*
10 r<c * f ’° 02* tn ' r tb’§ pay fa admot,
aa£ • ion* .y »no of tin ‘ r^’
To»Uetherße«nrt»tcroirt tCeelwesta. Mt Veto*
nut. cne »o*rr'* p- » £ *d»*aw a"” i bounty aS
pretttamof rttV-wtttb-pMd
7*cb:eenlt»illbe *1 ow-dtoSHLEcr Tna RSQI
KENT *Mrt bo pmtr* to Jo«o. a~l *tL bo moo
tendirto the Begin rot o( h » <hulre.
AU«bo*!»b ts j«'la ary of tb« RU'ant H-ctamli
rcwt»tb»fleU, a»d toreo4}l»*»tbemo»ia®'atb«un»
tleaoffend hj tbeGofo-amont can bar* Uu yelTl*
!*ge byca'WacattPe H‘ad«iuart-.r»of;
Opt. WILUAK JAWB9. ProTOtt Uartbtf of tb*
IttllaUlOk. Ot,.JtiC«GO-
Cvpt ivos R. rm ’N. PrOTCtt Marshal ■f Ui Sad
Dl«uaL* c MAßßsG'> . . ..
C»c» <OHN v. KL&TAC3, Proroat Marshal of the
3rd District. at lIXCN • • . -»
Cart JAMBS w. *OI>RUT 7. Protest Marsha! oftbd
4th OtatMvt. at QGf •»< Y
Opt JAU/Sli ALLAN. Prorott Marshal of tt«
an- Llttlirt *tP?Ohl*.
Opt aPELLWOworih Prorort JtartFalrfth*
5U> District at JOLiBT.
C*pt.w
rc. at DANVIuLK
Opt. Isaac kkta P*oTC«t Marshal of Ua Stfc
>utrlct atSPLIKOFiELU.
r.t»l. P F. WrS LAIS. Proroit Uiyjht: of Uo
OthDletrfct a: Mr. STERLING.
r»pt WILLI&M U rsr. Protest Marshal ot Uo
10ib Lbtt’rt,atJACSS ‘HVILiH.
Cant. UOKtIURK «». KEAS .Proroat Maiahal of Ue
IlfbLbr.lct nttLNEY
on e*oRGS «bbott. Proton Marshal of Uo
12lbDlafrkt,»t/LT<**»: aid
4.3 *. IS »AG X, PHILLIPS. P«otOfd Magi* al si
the 13th IKalrlst, at Cal 80.
MEN OF HUNOIS J
Ton am tgala eamppeed to rally aromd Uo
dtor old Pirtjc,. Tear tpotfasooat mo zlcilouo
paoL.una baa clta ptto no.a th-4* eiiauied
or*rj c>il cfjoar coiatry. Imoe:(?babl*la«:rt» bao
erowaeiUe ansact tne icTlzetois les>ocs of yoar
brethren al eruj la tae Oed. MootberSiato dun
proud a record. Tboreb* lon It rtoiara d«tadßtr'
IszbeteaUt tte treceudona
aui«art«ceoof theßapabllc. AJewbowi more aid
Tteuoadio rbe «na ta &o*r. Touro-.uaUi *t»la
(alia. 6&e tfka yoo to oicnajtoe tbrcM ra;k-of
the battle ictr:cd te«oi. »ho.oaanm.d oo g
fledabaTetradetoenaiEe of •* I:U;oaaa •• a terror to
tie foe. aed tbe wateivord of ret.ry. She g'wta
T-tfelt I ** liberality worttyallbeofb rgntimdofor
year p»iC acnletemeatt. a-:d bar fa b ta ira ab!iny
Bel'*stain! «TharrtrM»and teoosaa a sAdas-laeta
tie flea. thatabaU PrtDgfbQ Infe-tal Dr*nn of
Cecf salon to tbadart fererer So. llviate ordytsc*
B»»HibUCooiPio’'.'weVtba**dth*Re3abUcb e«s yoa*
tad year bantu and memories beinmoiut.
J AUKS OAKES.
L!eot Co’onet «ca U 8. C**«lry.
oei3 C 209 Sa A. A Pro. Mar. Gea HL
OKA(\ HORSES WANTED.
Mt/V/u QuASTnaiAm'i Dmvnan i
I*SIASAPOnU.InC,.OCt.I3,ISB3. |
One Htmdred and Thirty
Dollars ($130)
FES HEAD WILL EH PAID LOB ALL
CAVALRY HORSES
Delivered within the next twenty (39) days at the
Government Stable* In this City*
The Form to be from fifteen (15) to sixteen (!Q
hands tlah.lrcm eve (5) to nice (9) years of ags. watt
broken to the saddle, m good flesh.
AND FREE FROM ALL DEFECTS.
Paynaett ma'c on delivery of ten (lij) or men.
JAMS* A. t4KT*J
OCIB cl<4?w
Soots ana Sties*.
i. P. FARMUSVI,
WHOLESALE DSALES IN
mm & shoes,
NO, 57 LIRE STREET.
z an cohti3uaxi.t securvrra
EXTENSIVE ADDITIONS
To my STOCK, of the very BEAT STYLES ever
brought to this market, which 1 will sell for oxen ac
lower prices than caa be found at any other boose la
this diy. Oidiis carefully and promptly attended to.
ocilosT6-3t
1863. FALL TRADE. 1863*
EAWSOX & BAETLETT,
Manufacturers and Wholesale Generate
BOOTS AND SHOES
v 30 Lake street* Chicago, HI,
Waare now offertrg to the trade one of theisms*
and BEST SELECTED stocks ever brought to thin
tasrket.
Having determined to make oarBUSUTHOS ff«sy
USL2. wo wlilagrao to sell our goods
As Low as can be Bought
Id this or any other market. Tatters bins freely
pUcaied,.We make a SPECIALITY of KXTRA 9tzß
goods, a arga assortment of which we now hare on
t MWSON & lUßlisn.
BrtlCfilSSm
JJropasnis
CIRBINAK CE OFFICE, WAR
DEPARTMENT,
.. . WaaniKOTOjf. Oct 7th. 1963.
Sealed pr-TOfaj will be received at this office ox tS
41*. M. on the 23ih of tbs correct mrntn cf October,
tor lOOfiCO seta of UifanUy accouircaeota, csllbre IJS9,
to be delivered la the following quantities. at the un
dernaned anenata. yl2:
SO.OCO set* at their. Y. Anecal. Governor's Island.
20CC0 •• Fraakfoit Appeal Brl'ieaburg.Po,
20.000 “ AUegucavArsenal, Piuitmnr. Pa,
20 000 •• SS. Louis Arses al. St tours, ilo.
10.CC0 “ U.S. Aimory.SprlDgtield Mats.
, Tceee accoutrements are t-w be s ade lo strict con*
formUr wnhtbeirguiatica patterns, which can bo
Bern at either of the above named arsenals, and they
are to be subject to inspection at the arsenal where
delivered beiora being received for the Government;
rote to he accepted cu paid /or bat each as are ap
proved on inspection. Tbe belts to be ct gsaxvxd
LRAVHS& and all tbe stock to be the best oak tanned.
. The shoulder belt will be included In us set
Deliver lea mast be made in lot* or sot leas than lOOi
eets per week roran contracts <fiO,COO«e:a ornnoer:
aidnotle»sthan2ooo»et« dot weak on all contracts
lor over 10,000 ieu; the Prat dsllvory to ha made with
in flftetn days from date of contract. Failure to de
liver at a specified time will inbjicttao contractor to
to s foifcltare of theazroant to bedellvemd at that
time. The acconfv manta moat bo boxed in thaowai
cancer; the toxes to he charged at cost, to be deters
mined by the tr specter.
Bidders will stste explicitly tbe arsenal or arsenals
where they propose to deliver, and the nnicberofsecs
they propcee to deliver at each place, if for more than
one.
No bids will be corslfered frem parties other than
regular rrsnufaciurers of the srtlcle. and anch as aro
>ncwnt9the Dtportm-nt to bo felly competent to
execute, la their own stops, the work proposed for.
Eachptilyobialrlrca contract will bo required to
er ter u.to bends, with approved sureties, for Its faith
ful fulfillment. • .
Tbe Department i« erres to luell the right to reject
any or all bids if tot deemed sat'rftc'orv.
J V. «i VIMI tl U4 r.
Proposals win be add? eswd to •* Brigadier General
George P. Ramsay. Chief of Ordnance. Washington **
and will be endorsed "Proposal* inrlnfKtryAccow*
Moments." geo D. BA.MSaY,
Brigadier General, Chief of Ordnance.
ocl3o-10-6taway ■
SUBSISTENCE OFFICE, IT. S.
O ABMY. No. 20 South street. >
SEALED PROPOSALS is LOpua.vT* are respect
fully Invited by Me undersigned until 13 M. on FRI
DAY. October soth, ISG3 for fumithlng the United
State* Department with—
i*OUK THOUSAND (4COO) HEAD OF BES? CAT
TLE. cn the hoof, delivered at the *tats Cattls
Scaief.atEalUmcie.Md.. In lota of (I.CCQ) oct thoo
eand each every (10) ten day*; to be weighed wlttya
rneana a half data alter arrival, at the expense of
the contractor The? moss average ab'int (1300) thlr.
teen hnodied eenndt grots wslftht. all falling short of
CICOOI one thoniano sonadagroM. weight. Bona,
otea. towa. Eslfersand Hornless Cattle. wiUbe re
jected. - •
Blank forms for proposals can be bad on aapUestloa
atrtl* ofl*ce either In prison, by man. or telegraph.
The Government will claim the slght-cf weUnlnff
auy cot attnial separate, ir Its appearance l.diea f ea
lets weight thta the minimum mentioned above *. tha
expense cfwelghlngwlll be paidby tha party erring
IrvtufKrrent.
£sch bid to secure coreldt ration most contain *
wmtei guaraatee of two responsible penocs. as fid
lo«s: -
Wa - ''. of the county of , state of .do
hereby guarantee that —ls (or are) able to folfll
a contract m accordance with the csrms ot bis (or
their) procoaltlra andthonld his (or cnelr) proposi
tion be acctpud he (or th«y) will at once enter Into m
contract in accordance therewith, amt wo are pre
pared to become hia securities, giving good and soffi.-
clf nt bond* for Its fulfllnent.
of the gntrantora must be shown
by ihaoihclalcertiflcaieof tua Cleik cf tha neare*h
District Court, or of the United States District Attor
nty. to be enclosed with tha bid.
The Government reserves to Uielf the right to rfjeck
asv or ell bids ecnsldered unreasouable
Paymeautobo side titer tech delivery la tacit
facet tstrsy be oa hand ; Ifnoaeoaiand, tabemado
a3 tocnatnceiTed.
Froncta’a cnv.be eadorted distinctly. "PROPO
SALS FOR BEEF CATTLB/'and addrtsifld to Cart.
THUS. C. 3ULUVAP. C R., Baßlcore, Maryland.*
If a i la It la tbs name of a firm. their names and
their post office addrt n man appear, or they will act
be cocsliareo. , .
Each serton or every member of • firm offoiloz ft
proposal matt accompany is by « oath of alietfaneft
to tro Baited State* O.verameat,!/ bo aaa nospread?
filed one to ttiaoffca
*tt. BDB HOT COMPLYCTO aTBIOILT WITH TD
TEEMS CP Tina WILL BM ISJEOTYSI
THOMAS O. SHLUVAN
« Bpi&ln&Qda&.U. S.A.
OC3Sf4SS-13t
OF* ICE OF DEPOT QTJAR
\w/ TERMASTSB CaiOAOO.ILL.. Oct. 13.136 X
sealed Pioso*ala will be rectlted a Uhls sacs uuta
n-IDAX-thelkllaac .at 12 M for aupp.jlnz wood
■Ed CO4 to Offices stationed at Chicago. Hospitals at
thlcaro. Offices la tbs city. Troops at Caop DooglM
or in tbs vicinity of oblcaeo. far (be pjon od of six
months from sad after the first da? 01 November
rest.
Tie wood to b« of the bwt quality cf split Beech,
UsplecrHickory. Delivered. ptiedand inspected *a
such place si the officer directing the dallyerj snaa
ie *?hecpalto be of the first quality bi ißtnoU Coal,
free it eiudlrt.coat, *a. and dad»ered a: such piaoee
ar d In such quantities as may be required, subject la
written ruarw
anleecf twohcowu aodroapooslbmpenouaoburat
lia theaMelvsstoerterlnto bonds with the propojar
erov*d«d the contract la awarded to him.
present and signify their accapt>
sseoat tbs time of opening the propcsala or thslr
bldswldbo rejected
Two or ircm bids from ratce parties will Insure tha
rejection of all such bids.
Fsjranta will bo mademonth'y upon praseutatloffi
ci injector's eertiflcate. secoapaniedby the receipt
of t ha officer recelr tr a the f a el.
All tnfom al bids wtU berelectsd.
Proposals to be enclosed la a sealed envelope and
di acted to the _ ,J» A.
Capt and A.Q U.T7.9,Aray. Chicago. ZO.
cell oHi-iit
!BAS9
‘OFFICE OF DEPOT QTJAKTEK
\ 9 JfASTKB - CHTOIOO.IIL. Oct 13.130.
BSAL2D PBOPOPALBnUI be received it UjlotfiC*
DLtii SitordaT the ~itb last., for aupplytaj? forsgeto
public aalmala ia Cblcaeo. Camp Doa*l*i. Ocmra
ment Corral J or lootficers eatluedlo torayaat CM*
cai?oardTlciPU7.fcrt v .e period of six mentis Co*
aadaftrr tbe flnt day of November next.
Bay To be or the first quality. upland prairie or
tinr, otty, we 1 cued and In an eases delivered la bilea.
Corn in *te ear. to be cilia beat quality, souadand
o«ti to bo Ho. 1, centered la saci*-saeij will &•
retorted.
i.tUil#bU.
straw to be clean, dry. and la -..r-rrr^
Kveiy MUcledcMv4rfdninDe»nN«ttMsjyectMtt«
Esen nt<r meat be awmpaoled br te wruea^^
k»™« opAlsi to* propo«lfc or mar Uda
rMfSffISW 800 guuau JBU“ »“
11." icjcc'lrn. f *lb*oC- npoa pp««nUt!o*
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