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FKIDA/i. NOVEMBER 0,1883.
THE I>EWS.
Tbe rumored supcrcedure of Gan.
Ateadc by Gen. Foster, especially tbe lat
ter branch, rre do not trust.
The returns continue to come in, In a
manner which sustains and even adds to
the curliest rumored results. The Union
triumph In Kcw York is a solid one. That
in Maryland and 3lissouii is one that will
cause quaking amid the rebels and their
northern allies. The people hare rallied
Tound the flag, and the chant of Freedom
lias hecomoiiiEcparahlc from that of Union.
. Among the various foreign relations re-
Juried to in the dispatches by the' Adriatic,
Is a prospective parental one that most
Jiearly concerns the Prince of "Wales.
Ben BdUer is to introduce b new order
of things in the old North State, and put
Jn his genuine subsoil plough where here
tofore the surface has only been scratched
find old roots of evil been undisturbed.
THE JSABVLAbD ELECTION,
The returns from Maryland fill every
loyal heart with rejoicing, while in the
outer-darkness of secession there will be
o tell gnashing of teeth. The State stands
redeemed. Her voice is lor war until “the
last armed foe expires,” and for emancipa
tion, speedy and unconditional. There
will be a howl from Northern sheets
|n the service of Jeff Davis, like the
JTT incs of this city, that Federal bayo
nets surrounded the ballot bos, but loyal
tnen will thank God for that, and
for the time which has come in the history
of Maryland seccah, that each can see at
easy distance from him the glint of Fed
eral etoeL The merits of the whole dis
cussion are contained in the Presi
dent’s letter given elsewhere, adjust
ing the differences between. Schenck
snd Governor Bradford. It sim
ply re-establishes it that loyal men shall
SxstepeaeeaHy, and disloyal men not at all }
leaving each to fix his own status by &
Flmplc oath of allegiance at tbepolls. The
result returns General Goldsborough as
the State Comptroller, with & voice that
records Maryland as forever on the list of
loyal States, and soon to stand beside her
free sisters without a bondman to curse
Jicr soil 'What a rebuke for the Blur
fekmily this triumph and its twin in 3lis- {
fSmi I
The noble radical men(from radix, root—
desirous to strike at the root of the mat
ter) lifvc declared that emancipation is the
yncane whereby freedom the antagonist of
Slavery, strikes .down the power which
Sustains the rebellion. And their people
joining in the foil chorus of the loyal
States from Maine to California, say to the
president, let this and every other God
given means he employed to crush the
rebellion.
THE BRIAN &U(t DINNER,
Yesterday was & great and marked day
in the Northwestern Pair, by the pres
mice of distinguished guests from abroad,
*The dinner given to these visitors was a
Jeature that might have been omitted, as
of questionable taste and policy, expected
iiy none from a charity for the benefit of
our soldiers. Wo state this without fear
of having our motives misconstrued, and
pronounce it a recognized departure irom
the principles of the Sanitary Com
yiiisaion, which those will most regret
who were most responsible therefor. The
objection baSed on the ground of expendi
ture required for the feast, was, we are
Jiappy to say, more than compensated by
the liberality of guests present from the
Chicago Board of Trade, who placed in
2he hands of the lady managers a sum
larger than the whole outlay. But even
Ibis act stands as a polite protest against
Inviting any one, however high in
to cat at the expense of our soldier boys.
TTe do not wish to fall under Mr. Love-
Joys censure set down in his speech
elsewhere, but wo seek to render & noble
Causb, which bug our best wishes and en
deavors, the real service of dedaring that
n single act made thus prominent by its
very nature and juxtaposition, is not de
fensible, nor is U justified even within the
Commission itsdt TVe also take pleasure
Jn showing how handsomely the mistake
■was remedied on the spot, to the relief of
the people who are watching a sacred
fund.
Important from the Southwest.
An Intelligent gentleman just arrived from
Cairo gives vlb the following Important in
formation :
The 19th corps under Franklin re
turns from the advance to Opelousas, for
3.'ezas, and as is understood, with'the excep
tion of a necessary force kept at Brasheu-
City, or thereabout#, all the forces will be
withdrawn from that quarter. I can account
lor it in no other way than that Ifobds U to bs
attacked, the principal reason for which being
that we with to draw large parties of the
rebels from Tenne&ce. I hear to day that
forces will be sent to Po&csgonla, and else
where, immediately,tooperateagoinst Mobile.
It has been ascertained beyond a doubt
that the whole army force at Opelousas is
t>eing withdrawn—the cause being, want of
Vrater, and the neceeePy for transporting sup
plies over such an extent of country. The
yrhole force is to come back. Some of It is
to go to Sabine Pass, or perhaps to Browns
ville, and another portion to attack Mobile.
Everything will have been done before these
particulars reach our readers. Gen. Banks
was to leave on Monday, October 96th, with
the greater portion of the forces. They were
to leave two days earlier but could not get
«ffi The gunboats were all ready for hot
Work.
It is certainly to be hoped that Backs is
rperatlng against Mobile, and it he t< this ac
ci ante for the silence of the rebels la front of
Grant's army in Tennessee. Important news
}s on the tapis.
IDE ST. PORIUGO REBEL-
uai.
J1 Change in the Spanish Command.
New Touk, Nov. s.—By the arrival of the
tt earner Tubal Cain from St. Domingo we
Lave the following intelligence:
The rebellion in St. Domljgo was in fall
blast. The rebels held possession of the en
tire island with the exception of the Capital
smd the east end. Tney -were last reported
Within a few xnilea of St. Domingo City. Two
-recent victories are claimed by the Spanish
near De La Mosa end Monte Plata, and in
One engagement it was said one piece of
artillery, many muskets, and numerous pris
oners b*n been taken from the Insurgents.
The Captain General of St. Domingo had
been removed, and Don Carlos De Btrgos,
a Marshal of Spain, had been appointed in
Lie place. He is said to be a man of great
ability, and is expected to, crush the rebellion
promptly.
FROM rrASHVIULE ATO
CHATTANOOGA.
CnenilAs Dispersed -Hooker** Recent
Exploit*
ILe iw m ;;, 1 ' o ''- “—Major FiUgibboa, of
it “ T »'ry, with lao men, met
&lcS£K^?-vV‘ lrt f a™ mile, beyond
°,' cook, lark
tog 400 men, on Tuesdiy. 1 ATwfl‘
.te rMnIUnK Unbefos,S
of eight, killed, eeien -eennacd. end tireatr’
four prisoners, the rebels "wS?.
won tilled on tie Federo .WcTmbntSSS
wounded- Major Fib-gibbon lui aSSae
tilled under him. Among the r fc bel prison,
era are one Captain and two Lieutenants
A fleet of boats arrived hate yeeierdav
The river is eight teet on the shoals.
Rmtow Escape at Sea.
New Tore, Nov. s.—The ship Europa, at
this port, report* Sept. 38 th, Ist. I, So deg.
Eouth. long. 36,33 deg. west, that she was
rh—rd by a foil rigged brig, bat night coming
cn, lost eight of her.
CO i auv« ffrittmc.
VOLUME XVO.
THE ELECTIONS.
FROM BALTIMORE
Ike Marjland Election—Her
Voice is for Emancipation.
Henry Winter Davis Elected—Poor
Out of Five Radical Con
gressmen Chosen.
President Lincoln to Govern
or Bradford.
[Special Dispatch to the Chicago Tribune.}
JUximOBS, Nov. 6,1863.
Ets the West been looking lor an answer
to Montgomery BJair’s Rockville speech?
It has come. Our radical emancipation men
have waited for election day. Returns come
in slowly, but enough ie known to delare that
Heniy H. Goldeborough Is elected by a hand*
seme majority for State Comptroller over
Sam Mtffit, copperhead; and thus Maryland
has emphatically decided fob UNCONDI
TIONAL EMANCIPATION,
There were also to be chosen a Slate Com
missioner oi the Land Office and five Con
gretsmen. In the first district J. W, Crisfioldj
coppethead, runs J. A. J. Creswell very close,
and it Is conceded that the former is elected.
In the second, third and fourth, Ed. H. "Web
tier, Henry "Winter Davis and Frank Thomas
have gone over the track with a rash. In the
fifth district the issue is more donbtfnl, but
Bollard has probably been chosen over Cal
vert, thus giving Mar} land four out of five
xadical-nnconditi onal -emancipation Congress'
men, led off by tbe gallant Henry Winter Da
vis. Glory enough for one day. Ia not Post
master Blair answered ?
Washington, Nov, 4.—The conflict between
the military and civil authorities la Maryland
excites much comment. The last reply of
the President covert the principal points in
the correspondence. It is dated at the War
Department, and directed to Gov, Bradford:
**Sms Tooreof the Blet nit. was receivedyes
terday noon, and since tteu 1 hare oecn siring
moat earnest attention to the subject matter. At
mj r*ll, Gen. Scbenck has attended, and assures
me that it is almost certain that violence will be
used at some of the voting places of election to
’ day, unless prevented by his Provost guards. Qc
says that at some of these places Union voters
will not auer-d at all, or rou a ticket, unless they
bare some assurance of nrvtection.
The remaining point of yonr letter is a protest
against any pereon offering a vote being put to any
test not found in the laws of Maryland. This
brings us 10 the difference between Missouri and
Maryland, with the same reason in both States.
Missouri has bylaws provided a test for voters
with reference to the present rebellion, while
Maryland has sot. For example, Gen. Trimble.
' captarod fighting us at Gettysburg, la, without
recanting his treason, a legal voter by the laws of
Maryland Even Gen. Schcnck’s order admits
him to vote Uhe recants upon oath. I think that
la cheap enough My order in Missouri, which
yon approve, and Otm. Schenck's order here,
reach precisely the same end. Each assures right of
voting to ah loyal men; and, as to whether a man
is loyal, each allows a man to fix his own oath.
your suggestion, that nearly all candidates are
loyal, I do not think quite meets the case in this
struggle for the nation; bull cannot confidently
rely on those whoso election may have depenltd ,
upon disloyal votes. Snch men, when elected,msy
prove true; but such votes arc given them with :he
expectation that they will prove false. Nor do I
think that to keep tb e peace at thepolUAud to pre
vent persistenly disloyal persons from voting, con
stitute ajust cause of offense to Maryland. 1 think
«behss her own example for It. If Imlstaks oot.lt
is precisely wh&tDix did when yonr Excellency
was elected Governor. ■
1 revoke the first of the three propositions in
Gen. Schenck'e Order No. 53, not that it is wrong
in principle, but because the provision Is liable to
abuse. Forthe revoked parti substitute taefol-
io Tbat*all Provost Marshals aud other military
officers do prevent all disturbance and violence at
or near the polls, whether offered ,oy each persons
as above described, or by any person or persons
The other two propositions of the order I allow
to stand. Gen. bchenck is tally determined, aad
bss my strict order besides, that all loyal raea may
vo>e,«nd vote Sot whom they please. Tbar obe
dient servant, A Lincoln,
President of the United states.
Gen Bchenck subsequently issued on-order
modified in accordance with the suggestions
thrown out in the letter by Mr. Lincoln.
FROM MADISON.
Wisconsin UnionMajoritj
on the Home Tote.
[Special Dispatch to Chicago Tribune,]
Madison, Nor. 5, 1663.
Additional returns have come in that are
unexpectedly favorable, and It is now thought
:be Union minority on the tome vote may
•each 12,000. The copperhead vote, ex
cept in a few localities where War Democrats
made special efforts, is not much reduced,
-»td the Union majority results mainly from
stirring up Union men to vote who have
■ Aaetimes neglected that duty. The soldiers'
vote, as far as heard from, including eight
companies of the SOth regiment, sundry de
achments at Milwaukee and the 23d regi
ment at Murfreesboro, gives Lewis 1,000, and
Palmer 52,
The * Bank Comptroller's monthly state
ment shows $19,188 increase of circulation
by Wisconsin banks in the last month, and a
rotal present circulation ot $2,647,784—0il se
cured by Federal or Free State stocks, except
$85,000.
ILLINOIS HETIJBNB.
[Special Reports to the Chicago Tribune.]
feom coos cotfxrr.
Leyden, Nov. 5 —The following is the vote
flbctowncf Leyden: Gary, 149; Morris, 9,
the vote on the rest of the ticket was the
•ulc. B. S. Hopkins, Union, was chosen su
.-f-rvisor.
FROST EVANSTON.
The Union ticket was elected in Evanston
t>y 85 majority. The following gentlemen
•ere elected:
Sopcrriscr, Edward 8. Taylor; Collector, John
t'asuy; Assessor, O. Base; Cleric. Le&nder Cllf
fotd; Commissioner of Highways, J, F. WUUard:
Overseer of Poor, John Sharp.
moii srnrsGFiELD.
BnnxcFzsLD, Nov. s.—Returns continue
to come in slowly, but all showing very large
Union gains. Pike county 273 Union—two
towns to hear from.
Adams county 350 copperhead—a clear gain
of 1,400 since last year.
Tazewell county 250 copperhead.
Will county 400 Union—a gain of 600 over
last year.
Grundy county 400 Union.
Ford county 41 Union—official.
Caiso, Not. s.—Returns indicate that the
13th Congressional District will probably go
Union.
Pulaski, Johnston, and Perry counties, la
Southern Illinois, giro Union majorities.
Valley Forge precincts give S3 copperhead
rotes. Union, Jackson and Williamson conn*
ties giro heavy copperhead majorities, as
usual.
PBOH FULTON COUNTY.
Vermont, XU., Nov. 6.—Vermont gives 81
majority lor the Union ticket—l 3 last spring.
moil DOUGLAS COUNTY.
Aroola, Nov. s—Douglas county gives ISO
majority fir the Union—a gain of 400.
mow rue*aw county.
f Special Dispatch to the Chicago Tribune.)
Hennepin, Nov. 5 —[Official.] —The fol
lowing is the result of the late election for
the Union candidates: E.'Wright, County
Treasurer, 181 owj ; G. D. Henderson, Coun
ty School Commissioner, 216 maj.; John P,
Blake, County Surveyor, 536 maj. A gain of
161 over the last election for Congressman.
Good for little Putnam.
from LmucsTos county.
Pontiac, Nov. 5.—01 d Livingston gives 450
majority for the Union and Old Abe. JL E.
Collins, the staunch editor of the Pontiac
Seniind, Is elected County Treasurer by the
above figure. The snakes hoped the boys
would let kiUlng-day go by—bat they didn’t.
We are cheering for Old Livingston down
this way.
mOSf BUREAU COUNTY.
Puxnceton, Bureau Co., DL, Nov. 5.— IBu
reau county 1,200 majority lor the Union
ticket.
mow vehmujjon county.
Danville, Nov. s.—Vermillion county,
official, average majority for the whole Union
ticket, 634.
most quince. - -
o^9 c H tCT » ffov* 6 —Adams county gives only
jTCyCopperbead majority; isat year it was
131 precinct* but one
in rate county, give the Union candidate for
Tr<’arnrcr 11-4 majority. Giving the copper
heads all tiie majority they claim in that pre
doc*, be will still be sixty fimr-abeii. Good
lor old Pike I Hancock county is also report
ed to bare gone for the Union ticket by a
small majority.
7BOU HBKDXBBOV COTTHTT.
OqiuwxA, 18., Not. 5.—TMs county gives
a Union majority of about 850—a Union grin
of 325.
VMCONWN BKTUBNS.
FROM WALWORTH CODKTT.
Elkhork, Wis., Nov. 5, —Walworth coun
ty gives at least 2,600 majority far the Union.
We have met the snakes and repulsed them,
at the tuao of a gain of 1,100 since last faU,
We hold the field and allow the enemy to de
tail men to bnxy their own snakes.
New Jersey Returns;
Trenton, N. J., Not. s.—"Wetum up the
remit of the ejection In this State as follows:
Senators holding over—Republicans, 4; cop
perheads 0. Newly elected Republican/!, 3;
copperheads, 5 In tbe Hou*e the copper
heads elect 39, Republicans 20, and one In
doubt in Burlington county. The Legislature
will now stand 14 copperheads .and 7 Repub
licans.
FROM WASHINGTON.
Imperial' Dispatch to the Chicaeo Tribune.}
Washington, Nov. 5,1853.
THE APPOINTMET OP OES. RUTLRB.
No one doubts the soldierly ability of his
predecessor, Gen. Foster, but he has not the
intensity of purpose which characterizes Gen.
Butler, In the crushing out of the rebellion,
bystrilrgat Us cause. It ia considered an
earnest of a purpose to conduct the war In
that quarter ou what are briefly known as
‘‘Butter principles.” It is said here that
upon Gen. Butler’s taking command in North
Carolina, an amazing tumble in the market
value ot Arid negroes frill take place.
MAJOR GEN. PRENTISS.
Major Gen. Frentirs of Quincy, IU., has
tendered Ms resignation to the War Depart
ment, and it has been accepted.
• THE RESULT IK MISSOURI,
Dispatches to members of the admluistra
tion from radical Congressmen elected, an
nrnree that the citizens’ vote in St. Louis
gives radical majority 0f1,400, and that the
radical majority in Blair’s district amounts to
3.000. Radicals and Fationisls both claim
the State.
FROM CALIFORNIA.
The Treasury Department to-day
received dispatches from California . an
nouncing that a project Ison foot to build
two great lines of international telegraph
one from San Francisco north to Victoria and
’British Columbia, the other south to tbe City
ol Mexico. If the Treasury department will
consent to admit materials for the work free
of duty, it will be undertaken at once.
Brig, Gen. Steadman, of Ohio, the man
who tamed the crisis at Gbickamogna by
matching without orders to wards the sound
of the enemy's guns, is here. He bad an in
terview with the Secretary of War, the
Secretory of the Treasury and the President
today.
A PBESmEXTUL STOBT.
A visitor congratulating Mr. Lincoln to
day on the prospects of his re election, was
answered by But indefatigable story-teller
with an anecdote of an Illinois farmer who
undertook to blast his own rocks. HU first
effort at producing an explosion proved a
failure. He explained the cause by exclaim
ing, “Fheaw, this powder has been oi»oi «»©»
before 1”
FBCM THE HIGH SEAS.
The British steam corvette Pelorius,
caught In Bay of Biscay, lowered her
boats, fired guns ot distress, rockets and
blue lights. A vessel under.foll sail, five
miles eff, fired a signal gun and bore on her
course. Jhtwdl't Army and Xavy Gazette says
it was supposed that the vessel was a Federal
merchantman afraid that the Pelorias was
•be decoy of a Confederate vessel—the na
tural fruit of British doable dealing.
JN7ZBNAL REVENUE.
The Commissioner of Internal Revenue has
decided the foil owing points: a ship or boat
for purposes of taxation does not Include the
value of the eaDs, rigging, ground, or other
tackle, rope or cordage. Makers are liable
to a duly of three per cent, ad valorem ou all
ratline, running rigging, stays, shrouds,
ropes or cords, of whatever name or descrip
tion, whether made to order for a particular
vessel or made for general use. All
e«l's for vessels or water crafts are liable
:o a duty of three per cent, ad valorem.
Commissioner Lewis decides that tobacco
captured on the high seas by a United
States cruiser, whether It belonged at the
rime of capture to a manufkcturerorfoa
purchaser, U net subject to a lien for Internal
revenue tax while in the hands of the Gov
eicmcnt, and the purchaser at Government
.ales lakes the article discharged of all claim
for Internal revenue duties.
Wassoforo-v, Nor. 4.—The Tima special
says: In magnificent contrast to the bank
ruptcy and financial lunacy which rule and
ruin in Richmond, Secretary Chase's adminis
tration otthe Treasury wQI show to the world
a clean balance sheet on the Ist of November.
It will show the filling of seventy-five sus
pended requisitions. It will show the pay
ment of every creditor of the Government,
whose «4«! m was on that day audited and es
tablished ? There is pay due to the brave
men who throughout the United States are
battling for the Union. Secretary Chase has
thirty millions piled up ready for them. The
Paymaster General's requisitions for Septem
ber and October will be honored whenever
presented.
The Treasury vaults contain geld vnotigh to
meet dll demands payable in colnfornlnt moniJu
toeomt. Prom the Customs alone,the receipts
«re more than sufficient to pay the specie In-
Tercet on the public debt as it accrues. -
WiEinxGTOw, Nov. s.—Jno G. Nlcolay,
the President’s private Secretary, has return
id to Washington after three months'absence
at the far West. Be has brought with him
the treaty recently concluded with a band of
Indians in the Colorado territory, by which
the United States acquire a title to all the
lands discovered in that territory.
The Certificates of Indebtedness issued
prior to the 4th of March last, recently or
dered to be redeemed by the Secretary of the
Treasury, amount, it is said, to $84,000,000.
Wasuxsgtos, Nov. 5, —The following is
Gen. Thomas 1 official communication to
Gen. Halleck, under date of Chattanooga,
4th hut.:
Major of the 13th Michigan in
fantry, overtook the combined guerilla forces
of Cooper, Kirk Williams, and Scott, num
bering 400, on the morning of 8d lost, at
Lawrenceburg. After a severe hand to hand
fight, defeated them with the loss on his part
of three men wounded and eight horses killed.
The rebel loss was eight killed, seven wound
ed, and twenty four prisoners. Among the
latter Is one Captain and two Lieutenants.
Gen. Bragg's forage train sent up the Look
out Valley, la front of his position, was cap
tured.
Nett York, Not. s.—The Herald's Army ol
the Potomac dispatch describes the men as
lu due spirits. The sick have been removed
to Washington. The sntlera have all fallen
hack, and the army is ready for any more*
meat
The New Tork Tribune's Washington spe
cial says: The Commissary General of Pris
oners has received intelligence taat the cloth
jsg and blankets sent to Richmond by our
Government have been received and distrib
uted to the prisoners lor whom they were in
tended. No further progress had been made
by the Commissioners toward an exchange of
prisoner! l .
The New Tork Time* Washington dispatch
B 5? refegte from Richmond,a Northern wool
spinner, brings intelligence that at Manches
ter. near Richmond, on James 1 River, a gun
boat, clad with three thicknesses ot 3 inch
Iron, is within six weeks of completion; that
at Rockett’s, at the foot of Main street, two
other Iron-dads are on the stocks; that the
t enee of security Is so complete that large
iron works (private property) are In process
of construction by a man named Bradley, at
Manchester, and the machine shops at the
Central Railroad depot have been greatly en
larged. Twelve cotton mills have been erect
ed in Manchester, and permanent improve
ment* have been mode in the Tredegar Works
and on the bridges over the rivers. Two
woolen mills In Manchester turn out 1,450
yards of annyclotb, which is sold to the Gov
ernment lor $35 a yard.
The force nnder Lee's command is posi
tively stated to be now only 30,000.
The Washington special to the World says:
Stirring Intelligence was anticipated from
the army to-day, but, contrary to general ex
pectation, the usual quiet has prevailed.
Washington. Nov. s.—lnformation from
the Army of the Potomac states that the
rebels stiuheld the river line from Sulphur
Springs to Falmouth. Oar cavalry are in the
front. Nearly all our sick and wounded have
been sent away. The Sd, oth and 7th Wis
consin regiment of the Iron Brigade gave
574 Republican and 9 opposition votes In the
election yesterday. Returns from the sth
Wisconsin have not yet been received.
CHICAGO, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, ibfo.
FROM CAniO AND BELOW.
Matters at Corinth—-Beauties of
tlie Eebel Conscription.
[Special Dispatch to the Chicago Tribune.]
CAtno, Nov. 5.1363.
By tbe arrival of the steamer Liberty, No.
2, Captain Connor, George Hortf clerk, we
have ilieeiseippi dates of the afternoon of the
34, and Corinth the Ist. The Memphis Bnlis
tin contains a communication from a citizen
of an ugper county of Tennessee, detailing the
most horrible cruelties practised by parties oi
rebel comcriptors in Gibson and Carroll
counties. They take all loyal men, running
them down vi ith bloodhounds, and heaping
all kinds of insults upon them. Tcey went
to the house oi an old man named Tandell, in
Gibson, took every horse he had,all his young
stock, and even clothing belonging to his
daughter. Tandell is an old soldier of 1813,
between 75 and 60 years of age. The . same
crew of ruffians then went to Milan, where
they broke into the store of oneHsnabalrand
took: S4OO or SSOO in money and all the goods
they could carry. They also broke into the
store of Wm. Harris, and carried off an hun
dred barbels of corn and a thousand bundles
ol fedder, denouncing him as a traitor to the
Confederacy, and conscripting a young man
in the same vicinity, who was found unable
lobtar a musket. They strippad him and
. turned him loose.
New*from Corinth states that Gen. Dodge
is to take charge of a division ia the field im
mediately. Brig. Gta. Stephenson, Ute Col
onel of the sth Missouri, is temporarily In
command oi the district ol Corinth.
The court-martial, ot which Cspt. H. H.
Pope was Judge Advocate, adjourned on the
31st ult., tine die.
About two-thirds of the Ist Alabama caval
ry were recently snrronaded by a large force
of rebels near Rnseellrille, Alabama. They
cut their way out and arrived at headquarters
ut Glendale all safe. The balance were killed
or captured. ■
Lieut CoL O. J. Dods, recently returned,
having escaped capture after two weeks ab
sence.
A brick sklrmiEh took place at laka’ about
the 2Sth nit. Tae contending parties were a
force of guerillas and an Ohio brigade. A
few were killed on both aides. My inform
ant was without further particulars.
X learn from the officers cf the steamer 8,
C. Baker, who left Paducah this morning,
that all U quiet in that vicinity, and It was
reported there when they departed, that the
rebels had skedaddled from Maysville after
doing all the damage they could. -
Caibo, Nov. 6.—By steamer Llbertv, from
Memphis, arrived this everting, we have dates
to the morning of the 4th Inst. Prom the
ilußettu of that date, wc learn that the Con
ledexate&m&de another attack on the Memphis
and Charleston Railroad at Collierville on the
Sfiin&t. CoL Hatch, commanding there, was
ready to receive them; after a brief but son-
t ßinary fight, the Confederates were repulsed,
everal prisoners were captured, among
whom was Brig. Gen. George and thirteen of.
bis staff. We nave no definite reports of the
number of killed and wounded
At Germantown, on the 2d lost., Blent.-
Col. Loomis and Major Herrod, of the Clh
Illinois cavalry, had a disagreement while at
supper, when the latter fired at Col. Loomis,
who had Just left the table, and afterwords
seized bold of him, and fired two more shots,
causing his death in a lew minutes. M*jor
Berrod was arrested and confined at Mem
phis. . •
The eteuner Bose Hombleton was fired into
by guerillas on the 26th, five miles below Des
Arc, and her mate dangerously wounded.
The gunboat Towah opened on tne guerillas,
scattering them.
The Memphis Journal 1 earns from the
steamer Pea Moines, arrived there on the 3d
Inst.; that the rebels entered Pine Bluff and
plundered the stores.
Brig, Gen, Reid, commanding post, has is
sued a general order, No. 27, forbidding mer
chants selling citizens' clothing to enlisted
men In military and naval guise, thereby en
abling them to desert. Violators of this or
der shall be punished by fine and imprison
ment; at the discretion of the Provost Mar
rhal, ‘subject to the approval of the Com
mander Of POfct.
Memphis, Nov. 3. —Lieut. CoL Loomis and
Major Herrod, ct the 6th Illinois cavalry, had
an altercation at the sapper table last eve
ning, at Germantown, Tennessee. Major
Herrod fired four shots as Lieut. CjL
Loomis as he left the table, killing him
instantly.
CoL Hatch, of the 2d lowa Cavalry, drew
his sabre npon the soldiers to prevent them
from Ijnchirg Major Herrod npon the spot
The remains ot Llcnt. Col. Loomis were
brought to Memphis this evening: Major
Herrod also came in irons.
A rebel force , reported to ba 1,500 strong,
made on attack upon Collierville thUcveo-
Halibut's forces arc moving to
the support of the garrison, there.
FROM SPRINGFIELD.
[Special Dispatch to the CMwgoTribune.]
Smsonzu>, Nov. 5,1561.
Governor Yates returned from the East
to-day. He brings glowing intelligence of
the Union cause In all the Eastern States.
The people are rallying cn matte to the sup
port of the Administration, and declare ven
geance npon all those toriea who have here*
tofore opposed tne war or placed obstacles
in the way.
Hosts of Union men met oar brave Gov
ernor at every point, and with warm hearts
welcomed him as the truest soldiers' friend of
the war. While absent the Governor spoke
to thousands In New York, Brooklyn, Wash
ington, and other cities, and found the fire of
patriotism burning bright from the East to
the far West.
Tho statement made by the Springfield cor
respondent of the Missouri RepxdAican, that
the Lincoln (Union) Herald has suspended, is
untrue. The paper Is ably edited, and will
continue to labor for the cause of the Union.
The War Department announces that the
SIOO bounty, due at the expiration of the
time of enlisted men, will be paid by the
Paymasters to jctcran volunteers remaining,
upon the usual discharge papers from their
first enlistment.
FROM CINCINNATI.
[Special Diep&tch to the Chicago Tribune.]
Cikciknati, Nov. 6,1663.
A soldier named Wurmster, of the X7th
New York regiment, was shot here to-day by
a Lieutenant oi the Patrol Guard while en
deavoring to escape. His wound is painful,
but not dangerous. Eight men of the same
regiment fell off the train near Bcllalre, on
the Steubenville Railroad. Three were killed
and five severely wounded.
A general order was issued here this morn
ing, prohibiting the sale of liquor to any sol
diers in the city.
The trial of 100-pound Parrott guns near
this city, to-day, resulted favorably. Almost
all the shells exploded quite near the target,
which was set up at a distance of about three
miles.
Gov. Bramlette, of Kentucky, has issued a
proclamation in regard to the draft. The
quota, he says, will oe 12,000 men.
FROM GALLATIN, T£NN.
[Special Dispatch to the Chicago Tribune.]
Gallatin, Nov. 6,1863.
Colonel McConnCl, with a battalion of the
71st Ohio volunteers, has just returned from
a scout alter guerillas. He hod two skir
mishes with them, killing one, wounding
several, and capturing ten; also, a number of
horses, mules, arms, >fcc.
FROM ST. LOUIS.
[Special Dispatch to the Chicago Tribune-]
Sr. Louis, Nov. B, 1563.
Gen. Hatton, a rebel recruiting officer, was
captured, while concealed in a hay stack, on
election day, In Cooper county. He had en
listed 1,500 men for the Southern army.
Edwards, the recently deposed U. S. Dis
trict Attorney, has been elected Circuit Jndge
in Bt. Charles county by 600 majority.
Returns from the interior come in slowly.
The Tn nm * vote is nine-tenths Radical, to the
mortification of Gov. Gamble.
XHJE BICHHOIVD PRIS ONERS
Adventure* of an Escaped Prisoner*
Washington, Nov. s.—Mr. Bohauan, who
was captured to the vicinity of Occoquon
Creek last Christmas, and lately returned to
Ms home In Alexandria, has informed the
Journal that Castle Thunder is the only prison
in Richmond -where prisoners are allowed to
purchase anything. .
Shortly alter the battle of Chlckamauga,
about 900 wounded prisoners arrived at Rich-
motd from the fieW. They were Mulct all fa
& famishing condition. .'
They were four days cn. the road between
He two point*, asd all they h»d to cat daring
that time was four hard crackers etch. Ou
their arrival at Richmond, t&ey were taken to
Libby Briton, where they laid two da?a
longer without having their wounds dressed,
during all of which time they had not a
mouthful to eat Some ol them, who were
fortunate enough to have a li-tle money,
offered as high aa five dollars fora low of
bread, but the officers In charge would not
let it be carried to them. Mr Bohmia leu
Richmond on a ll»g oftrucebaat, Incompmy
with about 200 other Union prisoners. When
the vessel neared Drury’s Bluff, the prisoners
were made to Ho flat down ou deck, and a
•special guard was placed over them that tiiey
might be prevented from seeing the fortifica
tions.
THE WAR IN NORTH CARO-
LINA.
Nbwdebn, N, C , Nov. 3.—The report that
Gfcu. Foster is to command the Amy ot the
Potomac gives assurance that, should it prove
true, Richmond will soon be onra.
Freeb regiments have arrived here, to take
tbe place ol veteran troops whies, have gone
eUewbcte.
A rebel iron-clad ram la being constructed
at Kingston, on the Nouse. It ia-reported
she ia nearly ready for a raid.
Tbe war debt ot North Carolina is being
rapidly extinguished by tbe proceeds of pri
vateers, which make regular trips dally Into
Wilmington. 1
The canvas for the election on the 4th for
members to the Confederate Congress, was
prosecuted with earnestness by both parties,
there are twenty-eight candidates la ten dis
tricts. Hon. John A. Gilmer, Independent
candidate in tbe 4th district, hai the field
entirely to himselfi Be was lately quite
tevereonDavis’ administration, and bulguaut
at the treatment North Carolina received at
his hands. Davidson Is out with /another
constitutional argument against secession.
Tbe Raleigh Standard appeals to to 9 con
fcrretlves to nniteagalcst the destructives on
election day. In alluding to tho recent defeat
ot the Democrats la Ohio and Pennsylvania,
tbe Standard says: “Tbe last my ol hope
for'the South from the North has departed.
Tbc Noith is banded against the South by
immense majorities. It says Lincoln will be
re-elected, and the prospects of peace are
more dial ant than ever; that “ the Southern
' people stand alone, with the world against
them, and they had better make peace with
Providence or the North very soon."
LATER FROM EUROPE.
Arrival ortho Adriatic.
St. Johns via. Port Hood, No-. s.—Tb:
Adriatic, from Glasgow p. m. of the 27th
nit, arrived here to day.
Cheat Britain.—Gen. Lee’a advance on
Gen. Me*de attracted much att*ntlm; The
Daily JVnrs save that 'while the Confederates
arc unable to dislodge Rosecrona, Lee’s move
menu are so iDcosriatent with ordlnwy
piJnclolcs, as to baflle all attempts at exnlaoa-
Uon. 'Gen. Meade had nothing: to gala by
delivering battle in the center of Virginia,
and wisely declined to challenge his oppo
nent until he reached his eehctccLfleld, when
no doubt he will be ready to receive him; ■
The Time* says the laet blow has yet to he
struck, and the Federal* will have extraordi
nary good fortune if a third battle on the
scene of two defeats, reverses the asaom
tlons connected with Bull Ron. The Tours
thinks Boeecmns will have to capitulate or
retreat. The former appears most probable,
Stury Ward Beecher was enteiudned at a
farewell breakfast in Manchester, on the 24tb.
Thanks were voted to him lor his various ad
dresses, land congratulatory speeches were
interchanged.
It is aemi-offlcUßy announced that the
Princess of 'Woles may be expected to be
come a mother in March next.
Franca—The Moniteur gives a report of a
reception, byNa;.oleon, of the Mexican De
nutation. It dees not allude to the Archduke
Maximilian.
The Paris correspondent, of the London
Tint** ibinks-lt doubtful that the French
Chambers will accede to the guarantees de
manded by the Archduke, viz.: the integrity
of the new empire, and a loan.
The Xord eaya there is no truth in the re
port that Bustia is building war vessels in
the Black Sea, and that her relations with
turkey have been disturbed.
It is stated that Austria and Prussia have
rgreed td decline the arbitration of England
in the conflict filth Denmark, regarding it os
cf a purely German character.
.. Liverpool, Oct. 27ib —Marshal Neil goes
to iinulacn an extraordinary mission regard
ed Poland.
The J/omirj# Jbif says the Federal* must
be aware ihai any serious reverse just now
would leave ueutmU no alternative out to re
cuCtilzo the South.
W. E. Lindsay, in a letter to the Times, de
coucces the Government policy towards the
North os Inconsistent with neutrality or boa
or.'
The Ktag-cf Denmark, in a speech, said If
be was overpowered by Germany, he would
a Danish republic.
Xlic CoTcrmncnt Securities.
Washington, Nov. s.—Sales of 5 20 bonds
«crcto guatlszt week, that the supply of
minted bonds is exhausted, as Is will uKe .a
fortnight to fill the previous subscript! ?u. It
:« expected that sales willhe small daring
bertfct of the month. Government is uolog
,11 pctsUile dispatch in printing notes for the
cbtloual barks.
iowa. sinmßV maytebl
meeting ou Wcduesdar morning,
A number of delegates from local Sanitary Com
missions and Aid Societies In lows, and other la
dles and gentlemen Interested in the work of sap
plying elck and wounded lowa soldiers, met at the
Methodist Cbnrch Slock, in this city, at 10 o'clock
a. m., on Wednesday, and were called to order by
Ucv. A J. Kynett, Corresponding Secretary of
the lowa Sanitary Commission. Hon. dames Har
lan, IT. S. Senator from lows, was called to the
chair. Prayer was offered by Her. James Knox of
Clinton. Senator Harlan made some remarks pq
taking the chair upon the magnitude and ncccs
aty of the work of the National and State Sani
tary Commissions, and the Importance of a com
plete atd harmonious general organization In the
State. Hev. George P. Magoun, of Lyons, was ap
pointed Secretary', and Kiss E. M. Shelton, of
Darlington, Assistant Secretary.
Her. Kr. Kynett was called upon to stale the
objects of the meeting.
Mrs. Harsh, of- Mount Pleasant, Introduced for
information a call recently leaned for a convention
at Dte Moines, 18th pros., which was read to the
meeting, and tho objects of the convention stated.
Inquiries were made by a number of ladles and
gentlemen in respect to tho transportation of san
itary goods sent from lowa through the United
States and Western Sanitary Commissions reepec
ilvcly. and in respect to sanitary agents, salaries,
Ac., which were answered by Rev. Hr. Eynett
and Hiss Wlttenmyer ol Keokuk. The chairman,
explained to the meeting the method of trans
portation of sanitary goods through the Medical
und through the Quartermaster's Departments U
s. A , and the manner in which transportation of
goods and persons Is paid for by tho Government.
Her. G. Wood, of Chicago, and others, spoke of
the forwarding of supplies, tie trustworthiness
andefilclencyvf theorgauiaittoua Inthefleid, 4c. ,
• A general discussion was then had, with numer
ous inquiries and statements, in respect to the
sanitary work, and various branches and relations
of it, which was participated in by the Coalman
and Secretaries. Key. Mr. Kynett, Mrs. Witten
mycr, Mrs. Harlan, H> s. Ma-en, and Mrs. Edwards,
ot Mount Pleasant: Mrs. Darwin, of Darlington;
Mrs. Knox, Mrs. Gwin, andMrg. Leonard, of Clin
ion; Mrs. Brainord, of lowa City; Mrs. Ely, of C -
dar Rapids, and others, eliciting a great amount
of information in respect to the details of the
work, and tho friction between different agencies
in the State. After which the following persons
were appointed a Committee ot Nine to investi
gate the relations now eabiietlng between the
state societies and tho United Slates and the
Western Sanitary Commissions, with particular
feference to methods of transportation, the Com
mittee to report to the convention at Des Moines,
viz: JohnE. Ennis,M.D., of Lyons; Rev. C. Q.
Trnegdell, of Davenport; A. S. Maxwell, K.D-,
of Davenport; Mrs. Simmons, of Clinton; Rev. £.
S.Morris, of Dubuque; Mrs. P. Humphreys, of
cedar Rapids: N. \V. Brainard, Esq., of lowa
City; Rev. A. J. Kynett, and Mrs. A. Witte nmyer.
The General Agents of the societies were re-,
quested to repo:t to the convention at Des Holnes
tnclr doings up to this time from the beginning.
Adjourned. Jamis Haelas, President,
Geo. F. Macocn, E. H. Shelton, Sec's.
A Valuable Eeuc.—An enterprising offi
cer of the Sanitary Commission sent to Vicksburg
and purchasedall the copies of the reb
el newspaper “The Dally Citizen,” which was
printed on wall paper. Oar boys when they went
Into Vicksburg found the forms all raady for print-
and a pile of wall paper near by, cat tho right
size for printing. One article in the ‘“fom” was as
follows: ,
“OK Dtt.”—That the great Ulysses—the Yankee
Generalissimo,Burnaned Grant,lias expressed his
Intention of dining in Vicks burg on Saturday next,
and celebrating the 4th of July by a grand dinner,
and so forth. 'Ulysses must first get into the city
before he dines in It. The way to cook a rabbit Is
“first catch the rabbit," Ac.
When the boys got at the Tonus, tbs printers in
the regiments added the following note, and then
printed off the edition:
MOTE.
Two days bring about great changes. The ban
ner of tho Union floats over Vicksburg. Gso.
Oi ant has “ caught the rabbithe has .dined In
•'Vicksburg, and be did bring his dinner with him.
The “Citizen" lives to see It. For the last time
it appeaison “ Wall-paper." No more will It eu
logize the luxury of male-meat and trlcassed kit
ten—urge Southern warders to such diet never
mote. This Is the last wall-paper edition, and is.
exceptlogtbls note, from the types as we found
them. It will be valuable hereafter as a cariosity.
The entire edition of this remarkable issue,
(printed on wall paper,) except those used by the
soldiers, has been received at Bryan Hall, and will
bo on sal* there to-day. They are exceedingly
tamable as mtpe&tOß of Ue war.
Bai/rosd Blatter**’
Ten Winter Timk-Taule.—We are glad
to announce that tho sere rat Suporiatsudeats of
Western railroads hare decided to adopt a time
table tbit will, as near as possible, saitall par
ties. We have not the exact Agates yet, but un
derstand that the regular morning trains will
leave between 8 and 9 o’clock: an accommodation
train upon each road In the afternoon, and a third
train at night, running in close connection with
the Eastern trains. We shall publish a faU time
table of the different roads as soon as the time of
each ia Axed, and ready for publication.
Chicago «fc Nobthwestebw Railway.—
The earnings of tbe Chicago & Northwestern
Railway for the fourth week of October exceed
£06,000, and the total earnings for the moath of
October are over $205,000, being an Increase o
more t h «" $80,0(0 oyer the same month of 1352.
The present prosperity of this very imporUntUno
promises, ere long, to render it as valuable to its
alodiholdera as It now Is to tho commercial Inte
rests of Chicago and the rich country through
which it _
3Ntm sUraortistment*
THERE IS AN" ISLANTt IS
I the ocean of every man’s life upoa which the
waves of memory bieak wlUi a ceasetefs ro*r, Los
the IslaLdmiour life bethit you nave neon to
EVRRITT’S,
And had a dozen Can ei de VMw taken at only f2 per
flozen, 157 Lake street, comer of La*»na.
CQ6p4?4-lt BAY NIAS. Agent.
T\yf ASONIO.—Thtre will bo a com
IYX muclc*tion ol OrianUl Lodge No. 33, F SiS.,
bttes iiaconlcTf-mpie. tau (Frioay)aod (.--marrow
evening,atlXo’clock,
nt6-p470-lf il (r Cd.A3B,Bte'T.
10. of O. F—Membtra of Excel
• elor Lodge No 23. are hereby notified toauam
i,u tbe Lcoge on Friday. Nov. 6uu at-1
o'clock, P. M .fjribepttrpow ol aucniJtgMemneral
ofßTouerD.o fiamey.aecesaed
no 6 p4‘.6 It J W. BESOT H.».
C'ARMERS—P/sirie Hay. 1 wish
J? to Inij 200 or 300 tons of
PBalttlE HAY,
witMn 20 lo K0 ollesorcaleago -ToßE»*ov»osr
tub M'iCs—tor wintering »iock, .it n*ea >•OS o< ail la
one olace. ’write me yonr price, qdmutv aau p ace.
jCdre»»“ a - W,"c»raoCl’ortOttlceßok4s7G. Cwcsgo,
ncO p4P-7t
TO KEWBPAPJJR PUB
IISHBES.—A reatlemaa olio /car* exp/rieace,
fnUv cotTKiant with sll depart meat*, eacxeerest
ete&oxrepaer. etd ttepossaisoroC ike te*u
• Bo&ltlB Dem former employera, wliikss to a
• (.mporaiv fore permanent a xioerat
woufU pre’er local or LevaodUor. Adame
-* STBNO ” care of Tribune clHco. Caleago.
ccSpas-u
-po MILLERS, DISTILLERS, <fcc.
Kleti»rd’« JTew Stjle Corn Shfller,
£be)ls perfectly clean from the cob '•ltboutbreiklos
the cob or snmu. AOUiert J C. BtlflAtuii, Pott
oac* !i0x1445 Udce No. 9 Marine na&k Huilalsg.
D06t431-U
MONEY TO LOAN
For a term of years at 7 per cent.
On Imj roved Property lu Chicago.
pcSfriftMt J. L. LkE. G6 Clark street.
gECOND HAND SAFES.
One at ■ - ■ S9O.
One at - - SI 10.
One at - - SI2O,
All Large Sizes, Cost when new $l6O to (200,
FOR BALE BT F. W. PH ATT.
CC6p«PO It. ____________
UNION COLLEGE
Military Academy.
The second halt seifUni of the curreat school sear
wIU commence
November lltli, 1803.
There axe a few vacanclet la the Cadet corps.
Student* CeilMrg ernmefnn will plsvo address,
withoal delay. Col, D. fl. COVER r. Present. PaUou,
XUiaoia, B06p«»-ct
REAL ESTATE.
I havr purchaieri for severtl Xtoncea and Lota, on
tb<Bcathßid«orlaU)e Colon Park.
PatUe* tavlog property for «a,e «iu oo well to cau.
BAMCKLA SAByaST.
. Reaißstste Agent, No. i Metropoiitsn Block,
nc6 p4R>u
HEATING FUKNACSS.
(B3BCHER’S PAT3NTJ
AT BEECHER & PARKER’S,
aoe-p'.ta-u 2=o sxaJ>uo.v STHKHT.
QTTO a MATE,
Architect & Superintendent,
Hi DEABBOBN BTUHST. CHICAGO.
6taec ________
HAND KMT WORSTED ROODS,
ROMAN SHAWLS,
SLEEVES AND SCARES,
EXIT SOwZB, STJBUS A? D 801ITAGS,
A fresh lot of
Infant’s Hoods, Leggings,
Mittens, &c..
Zephyr Worsted and Woolen Tarn,
COKKGSCED SUPPERS.
We are dally receiving f e*h goods and stillborn at
tie LOWEST CASH PRICES.
MEN'S WOOL HF.HO3E, SOLDIER'S CAPS AND
mittens.
SUTTON & BTJRKITT,
41 and 40 Lasalle Street.
aogpHO Ztrct -
jQR. JAMES.
tOBMEBtr OF
JAMES’ HOSPITAL,
Custom Hou» Street, Hew Oilcans, La. .
SStBUSHED 1U 1850,
86 Randolph Street, Chicago, 111.
B pechdlat in the treatment of
Old Chboxio M*»cuaiAL. blood asts Sxca ci>
ZAaZS A2fD OsOaNIO IVnAXNXSfI.
Cures tpcm without resorting to Mercury. lodlfit
Arsenic ot 6*n*p*rtd* Dr James trsxs i
> mraALnoti, war mi is a po.tttvz con* Jn &U moce
diseases. Organic Weakness, brought on byerceri
orer Taxation of badness. ot ecta'led horedlti'lly
sauslngloss of memo y, nervous and general debility
«o. cured by »n infallible nnetnod. and tneoalycart
for tils weakness—saving both time and exoease
Old Diseases of the MOST HORRIBLE CLASS,
where the blood has become po!sou>d. producing
face smalt watery Dimple ». pales la
the head ana botes, ulcerated throat, note, limbs and
body, scrofula, together with an endless number of
scovrirgs
.Dr James is recommended by the press generally oj
UieSouth themeilcalfacnltyandprofaisoraot med>
leal colleges Ac. Those afflicted should apply lama
diateJy andbe cored of these terrible diseases.
Remember Dr. James* Office and Barters arc at 51
Bardolph, between Rt*ta and Dearborn sis.
Offlceopenirom9A.il.nnU:3P.M Coosnßstloai
inviolable. no6-p137 3%n»t
CHICAGO
GIFT BOOK HOUSE,
113 RANDOLPH STREET,
UNDER THE MUSEUM.
Yesterday the renosa named below received the
Otiuiet cppoiUe their nanus:
Mrs. A. F HAGAN, of Peru, was given with an
Album, a Ruby Glass Lined Ben f Dish.
* J. TV. HOUGHTON. Express Agent. Bourbon. Inch,
boisht an Album and was given a valuable Dressing
case.
Mtb.WILLI ASI3, SSS State street, with Shakespeare,
nas given a t Inner Castor.
JUDGE T.AKQDQX, of Monmonth. El* was given
a Hue castor with an Album
J. HAMMOND. Ge&eaeo, HI, bought an Album and
wegavohlsiaCaUßell.
Mrs. PATTISOK, 104 Bcuth Sangamon i tract, was
fflrer a Breakfast castor, with e;eg*nt cat glass. wita
a acU&r's wcith of stationery.
UUt B.M IjANQDOK, Mhmnontb Hi. WM given a
be.utifal Cake Basket wlta as Album.
Mia. D. B. EOPKIN3, 450 State street, with an Al
bum, was given a Claret Pitcher.
JAS.B.BALDWTN 163 Michiganavetue bought a
ten ahlQmg book and was given a Syrup P.tchcr.
J. B. GDTBBBS, Monroe, WU. sent to ua fonomo
books and we gave Ua a Banting wUe Lev W Watch
GWe our store atrial, aidwt will satisfy yon that
oora IS the most liter it
Gift Book House
SeßdßtajnnfprlMceLlatandtermß toAee*-t«. B>
n embex.our store Is di/tclly aider ue Museum.
X, V. IfLIRTIX,
fiCMHSt-U 113 RANDOLPH STREET.
Jtmr Ith, IS!?.
YE AND EAB.—Dr. Lewis,
iV; Buiefonj Oculist and Aurtat-who*cconftleiiM
ittMaown ability lusttfies him m warreatUiff a cute
in even case where the orras are ptrteXla (ora*-
non! conoborawdasbelsby the approbation and
riir/wiieo/tbc most laflueuttal citizen* oi thecaan
uYTte iould respeeifolij and cnreiaUy Invite tb«
emicted to call cm tin at hit Inlltmary Nq. 96 Ran
dSpb ill eat. comer ofDearborn. CnnaolUtloa free.
oc2s met
YE AND EAR —Dr. Ondsi
fjv wood, (ectab Isied in Chicago eight year*.)
(Kw Sa Aarift. operattv* Sergecnfor Blindness
me Hie and Bar. Artifl
rill Kaea. Bar-Drama. Aurlclaa, Sound Coadotton
•ad sye and Bar may
SebttSedof Dr.U- Ofiee 124 Bandelph tt. new
{ft Chicago. IH, oestoMl-Ufe*
NOW OF
IN THE COUNTRY.
JSm SUmtrtisnntnU.
HOMOEOPATHIC VIALS,
ALU. SIZES,
Constantly on hand or made to order.
C. S. UIISEV,
Career of Clart and Uadlooa stroats.
H. 8,-nn Trade supplied at Eastern pricM.
nos-p4C 0-3 tret
U. S. 5-20*
We shall continue, dn’il further advices from tts
Tretaory Department, to receive suoaCriptloa* At
FAhfortha
United Stales 5-30 Year SU Per
Cent Bonds,
Both Pilntlpal and Inttrest payable In Gold.
Interest will commence on day of subscription and
receipt oi money.
Benda delivered at our offlee, or on the line of the
AamuLh or £Tmt-nStates BipreM Companies.jjimm
-clatter tea aavsfrom date of lubscrtpnon Free pi
ail Kipenso. Fames can seed currency In amounts
or $5lO ar<t upwards, Charge, by marking
P *Tresro l »y ff/Wv’a York Exchange recstved at
par—cnncacy K per cent discount.
Theo-usl emm a<!o- amoved to Bauk%aud Dana
era. Also thoie wishing Bonds to establish
NATIONAL BANKS
In which esae parties wEI pay express charges.
PBEBTOH, WILliaD St KEAH, Basierij
And Agents lor Lean,
COEiVEE OF ILillK. St SOCTH WATEU-STS.
N.8.-CSEIIFICiTKS FOB MONE7 DUFOSITBO
wuh *be tl. 6 Depoil’o y. at Calcars, for xne c-eolt
cl JAV.COOKK,fIab-Agen», oa account ot sales cf
5-30 6 Per Cent. Bonds,
V?m be received the sane as Treasury Notes
no-siyi2i rn4ff net F. W. X.
pfERRIKG’S Patent CXIAiIPIOiI
FIBZ FBOOF SAF23,
aZERING’S CHAMPION
BURGLAR PROOF SAJB
WITH
SEEKING AND FLOYD’S
PATENT CBYSTAIIZEB IRtDNi
n&tptJGl 15t MWfcruet 40 BTAT2 BX..CkJca<co f
BLANKETS !
U, S. Regulation Blankets,
Mackinaw Blankets,
Heavy Grey Blankets,
Bed Blankets,
OF EXTRA FINE, WJAUTY.
A !«>ee Assortment cf the above goods JUST RS
CHIVED at
STEYER & CO’S,
Ml LIKE STREET.
SHAWLS.
LONG AND SOriBE;
“ MIDDLESEX ”
“ WATERLOO,”
“ WASHINGTON HOLS” Shawls,
FliilK AMD BTRTPPSD
Broche and Cashmere Shawls,
CASEMHBB SCARFS la all colon.
A SPLESDID ASSORTMENT OF THSOB GOODS
OSTO-VV K.EA. T>-Y.
2000 Balmoral Skirts,
From $250 to *3 DO. Tho «Sh9lca"teoo{lßlatbsmK.
Set. A rnxxa ana varied nuortmect of
CLOAKS
Cf every desirlpUoo. Cloablag Cloths of aH Sdais.
fassimeres, Brcadcloits, Bcavtrs, Sew Winter.
Poplins, Empress Jlolos, Merinoes, Cash
mires, Detains and Scotch Plal4s,
iLL FTESS GOODS, AND JUST OPENING AT
STRYKER & GO’S,
141 LIKE STREET.
nc4-rSDC-StwyhHact
BOOTS & SHOES
A LARGS AND FINE STO7K AT
WHOLESALE
-BY- .
I. P. FARNUM,
57 LIKE STREET.
SOS r2SS-St.net TU&TH
WEBSTER, MARSH & CO. ;
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in
MEN’S MD .BOTS
CLOTHING;
Furnishing Goods,
AND
RUBBER GOODS.
67 Lake Street,
OC6-nTtt-2m TD WAFCet CHI AGO, HI.
Announcement. —On ana
after this date we retire from the General Gr>
eery Trade, to devote our attention exclustvelyto the
IMPORTiTIOy 15D JOBBING OF TEAS,
At oor nresent location, 71 South Water s;, Chlsigo
and at 45 Wau street, Kew York.
BABSONB. PiTKOT «fc HANKEY.
Represented hy JamiaA. psasoss.NewYork; Q.
W pirns and J. Qiim, Chicago.
CUcsgo, November 2, 1363.
CHICAGO TEA WAREHOUSE.
AT IVHOI.S.SAI.E O.YIV.
$150,000
IN TEAS.
71 South Water-st., I 145 Wall street,
Chicago, f 1 How York
COJCFBISIVO
ICCfI taUcteatsTonng Hjson—common to choice.
SCO u “ Imperial, •* *•
500 * “ Gunpowder. M •*
ICOO Qf. *’ Oolong, “ •
And beloethe latgost «ad best assorted stock ever
offered to wtstera beyora Wtm nftcen years expe-
Hence in the trade, sad with faculties second to no
Houte In the wett, we b«U a ve woa e'aaodbU'ou
to do tun Justice to the wants of Merchants the
P ortha est. Our Price Current and samples seat ysxx
to any point brmatloreapT*ss ouappUcatl.-»n.
cpeeiai indcctments made to country Jobbers and
other large oeaisrs 4
PANSONS. PITKIN * HANKRY.
Ixnortcrs and Jobber?, 71 South Water street.
ntß-p2S3 ituet
METAL WAREHOUSE,
TIN PliATBg
Sheet Iron,
TMSBBg’ STOCK.
mDERVOORT, DICKERSON &CO.
193 & 201 Randolph street
Tnh2o-bsa-lj.il wAJnet
M ALTI MALT I MALTI
KENOSHA DAHLRV SULT,
For sale by
HUNTINGTON BROTHERS, CommUsloaMerch&uta,
Qg>-a35l 151 r Mawaet is South Water street.
SQQ BARRELS
IBDK TIHOTRr SEED,
In new might packages, well coopered, fox sale by
HICK DBOTBKB3 Cotnmlmion Meteaanta.
£9 * 71 Beet Water «, MU* aukse. Wls.
ocgQ P125-2W net > zaw
QILBI OIIxSI
10C0 bbla. OABBftW Oil.,
100 kble. IIRBIBtOIIi
At manufacturer** price*. MCCORMICK * CAL
LBsDBB, <ll Brahma. 311 South Water
USH&XHtot™ TMBAX
NUMBER 118.
JTcro
'J'HK GREAT AMERICAN
SAFES.
MANUFACTURED BT
DIEBOLD, BAHMAM & CO.
TEZ IJIHENSS 3ALI3
T2J3TIFIB3 to tbft MEBITS or Tbem,
NO BUSIN3B3 FIRM
Can affordto be without one.
FOB BALE BT
F. W. PBATT«
JpjMoUe Street. C2iicaso.HL
ocas-cgn-iotnct ■* * •*“«
Q.RAVES & IRVINE,
78 JuAKE STBEEX,
Are now prepared to show a vary choice variety oi
Knit and Woven Worsted
Goods,
WORSTEDS, TiBJTS, COBSEIS, HOSIERT.
Drses and Cloak Trimmings. Battens, Braids. Plain
andQolTed Ribbons, Yells Fans. dto '.'AT, -
WHICH THEY OFSSB MW rfe-CASa,
78 LABE STKEMT. f
noi-p3?3 tenet y - r
JUST RECEIVED, ■
DIAMONDS
FOB THE f- ■
Northwestern jPalr,
A large Invoice of Diamond of UHIm
*»Xg Utu>. I&'O to *I4C0 1 Kinps ffOm %'iS to S700;
Oar.i’B Pin 3 from |SO to fijOtacb. and a oeaatßoia*.
toitment oi ,
RICH ENAMELED GOODS,
PHIS, EISGB, BRACELETS, EPIIOS3,
And full Seta of Eich v
■CoraT, pearls, Amelhjst, enyx, &<;•«
FIKE TRENCH MARBLS CLOCKS.
Bronze Statuettes, Oil
•3
At the Saahlaahle Jewelry Store of
JAMES H. HOES. 117 lafte street
oc3l-p143-l(Knet (
GROCERIES.
G.C. COOK &CO„
WHOLESALE
GROCERS.
16 & 18
STATE STREET.
V: ■
luli-mSS) TussTarnm net]
paper Rangings
AND
WINDOW SHADES
At Prices tte.t camiot be undersold*
Ji J. MoGBATH, 78 RandolpVSt.
oct-n122-3.it net
pEESCH
Artificial Eyes,
A COMPLKTS STOCK AT
GALE BROTHERS, Druggists,
2C2 Randolph street, Chicago, 1H«
lewis 1 Celebrated Patent Perpetual;
CALENDAR
clo ok: si
The bast Latlo world w^ranted!
NO. 33
CUSTOM HOUSE FLAGS, CHICAGO.
ao3sc2-i3t-net
WALWORTH, HUBBARD & CO,
895 I,AI£E Sa’KEIIT,
WroHghtlroa Pipe & Boiler Flues
BBASS ahd isoN
Steam and' Water Ganges, Valves, Cocka.
Whistles, '
GIFFAHD’B ASH-
STEAM PUMPS. ;
EnbDer and Leather B«lUng, Paekif g Bose,
Hoi Water and steam Hctibg Apparatus.
b*29 e4S3 BmTpAYgnet
XT, S. 5-20 Bonds.
I shall continue tho
U. S. 5-20 Six Pei* Ceat*'Bonds,
ah losg as issued by the Government,
AT PAR.
F, GEAHQEa ADA VS, 3AEKEB, ;
ncd pU73 f net 44 CLARK ST3S2T.
QHAS. L. NOELS;
WEOLSSAL3 PftM/KR £S
LAMPS,
Carbon and Kerosene Oil
ITS MEB SaTOZffiS.V
splT-c6SS-Iy-net
QHICAQO DRIVING PARK.
“ Geo. S. Fatclen” and 11 Harry Claj»
Win trot at the Pask to-day, and show their best
r need on the track. ThiawllbcthcUucbancctOMe
imte twe celebrated EtsUions trot In Chicago.
DlaflKmd ,} and <i ibelin^3ltt ,,
AresUo matched (or f 1000.mile heats best three is
dT«. acd wtil go to day. November 6th.
The horses will hr. called at 3H o’clock. Trotting
wUlccmmecce at 3 P. M.
Admission Fifty Cents.
DANTKL THOMPSON. FreVt.
CHAfI. D. BCX6PON, DcCy. PO6-p173-lt
tTTE ARE PREPARED TO
Tf FURNISH AT SHORT NOTICS
Superior Sawea B»rral He*«Unr*
A good lot of dry stock now on
AUDKBSON * aWKSTBSK.
cc3-lp Iv net - Cae»texflmd. lad.
Wrought Iron Pip*
HiD yiTTIHS® -FOB SAlQfc,
«<whAiMftlßM &.T, CIJANE A B®J»
u».m *odiMTyar.lAfaiia-w
AURORA SEMINARY.
Open* December 14th, 1803.
itiaoDOoflhe most aacccnfal school* la the West.
t» hi a i arse and able corps of teachers, and the
baiidbg's thebnestoithekmdta t'aState. Tbere.
n.«L>ji denaitm*nt offers special In-acemanta. Board
weeks, from Wto 111. Music. P*mt
mtr Scot- k* epic g. Ac, at the usual rates Liberal dl*
c j^ s Rev. O. W. QtfEBBKiTJ,
X. k- Auiora.ni. oc3y»p*o4euel
QEO- G. POPE
Wholesale Lamp aid Oil healer.
>H lI.AUIt SXttKEX,
KSttMWMI
Jfro SUratrtistmnrts.
ROOT & CADY,
£5 CLARE-ST., cu/cagd.
Wholesale mi Retell Agents ftr the Northwest .«*
MASON fk HAMLIN’S
CABINET ORGANS.
one TO TWELVE STOP!.
S7O TO S6OO IEA.OHC.
MASON & HAMLET respectfully lostte sttenttaa
to tie fallowing remarkable testlmonUlr, rMcb tbtf
believe to be, cocilier'n j the trainencs of their soar—
cca and the emphatic character ofthe testimony Itself
the meet conclusive evidence which anynuaufactur
era bare ever jet been able to present, of tbs superior
ity f nd Talas of tbelr instruments •
FROM GOTfSCHALK,
“leongratulateyou oa tie Introduction of a
musical tnatrument,long wanted, and sure to fladlu
way Into every boasebold of taste and reflnemoat
Which can powftly afford Its moderate expense. Tour
CABINET ORGAN Is truly a charming Instrument
worthy of thohlgb praise It has receTrod.aad Area
perlor to cverytbmg of Its cta» Ihave seen. I taka
pleasure in eommeudtog It molt heartfly as erery
where worthy a place beside the pianofortes.to wtdcfc
It la a flee esmplemeot, from Its capacity for reuderlaf
roach delightful music, sacred and secolar.
popular, to w hjch the piano Is not adapted.
GOTTS CHALK,
New York, Sept 22,1363.
raojc atous tuas ox* dtundoo tsmrr oboa»-
1378 XXO ASTJST3.
**Weregardtbe Instrument* of Mason A Hamllw as
the CX3T or nma class of w Rich wo nave
ledgo. and take pleasure, |a recommending their
Cabisst OnoAN9 especially as very admirable «a*
desirable Tor both private andpobUcnse.'*
(Signed)*.. . , U t >.-
«*<»«•
Alfn a. C.. Music Teacher, Cincinnati, Ohio.
of dtr Paolt Cfiarcb, New
Bakiwto, J>.’u,Teacherof tcxoSc faPahlloßchoofa.
Cincinnati, Olio ■ •
Bancroft, S. A , organist of Emanuel Church. Bottom.
Barns. Charles, Organist of SXi’atnck’s Cjurch. Cti£
cUraiLOblo.
Sauabach, Acolph, Organist of Church of the Unite!
Boston. ——»•
Brale.lLW., Orgsaist of St, Joseph* Church,. AI-
B/ick, J. iff, Ormabt of Arch St, Presbyterlax
Cnarc*. Philadelphia, p*.
3« rg jAibert w, ana Director of Music,
Horace First' Presbyterian Church,
> J lOi Pß OU^?| i Oj|Mte U UlJ>te , Uo r Of Moao, ftrtc
Bond. Mars’-nBA. p_ Gtcaolstof Westminster Cbarch
- Ciiracp,lU>sJ’ r- - •
Borhai C
■ dblpiilnTPa ‘ v * "wvvv!
Org^tofSt.r^aCnutcl^BwoklyQ,
Rffjisprnat.Cbarles,Pianist,ChlCAgo, HI. * h-
Btougftou, S’, Jr.,orgatut and Conductor of HadCL
Eases St-fftev Dr. Adams) Charcb. Bolton. j
Brown.MelvlzrjChSßttßVof the College Chapel,Cio.
Brown, (OOSrgitalst, of South CaugregatlooaX
- Cuorch.Oisr. Depart**), Hmuiru .
Bruce, Edwin, OnnKt«( vv inter St Chnrsh and
Teacher of Single ln*£*ublic schools of Boitoo,
Burbank, Charles Henry. OrgonlM of St. Jotm’a
Chorcb.Lantß.
Butler. Henry M , OrgsnUt of First FreahyterhUA
Church, st, Louis, Mo.
Camrott,.iiio Cooper, Organist of winter St. Church.
Havcrtilr, M SB.
Clark. I; M, urzanlst Second Cnavewalist Chnrek
ChlfßßO, 111.
Crane, Theo. X.. Organist First . Congregational
C nrehvNewarjt N- J, - -
Cross, 8.C., o:ean st of ISth and Chestnut St. Cbordk
i'bJlsctlphJa.J s#. 5 #.
Cross, M.lL,OrjaL!stol Broad and Arch SL Church,
Fnnauelitbia, Pa.
Cutler, Henry S., Oroanlstanl Chotr MasterofTitotty
Churah,New Fork • . '>•-•*■
Dorley.F.T.S .Organist of CalvatyjQ^xrdli^AUadet
Darley/w'. U^vv.; Organist of Phi*
laJelpLta, vu. _
of Dr. ChaplAW Church, Kow
De Rlrqle*, J. Teacher. Clnclauatl, Ohio,
Dlsrfcker ic. Organist cf Church of the Puritans*
New TwL.
Dow. Howard tf., Orgorlet, Boston. _
Dowbea.n.R.. urgtubt Bouih Baptist Church.
Sooth Boston.
Bov set. 18. Organist First Methodist Bplscupai
C/bnrc-.Cn»rJesiown M«aa
Erstrt.Qiutav r... coiDpoiar, Hew Tort _ -
EdtalUcry W. Or&ssbs cf Dr. Putnam's Chafch,
Koabciy.
Edw*rda B 8, Organist ot State St. Ciiurcb, Port
land. Ma ....
Brats Ge*. T..Orgaslst of Cathedral. Notes Damn
da Victories, win Fraidaco. CAL •
Ercrot, a. Organist at the Rev. Dr. Balnea's Church*.
PhdsdelpM., Pa, - ,
Ercmt a o>, Orgaolatat Central Church, Philadel
phia 2*a.
Ewlrr, W. C , No. V 2 i Green at. Philadelphia. Pa.
e)*jser L V,, urganiss. eic., Pcugnkeepsto, 8* T, • .
Org&mit of iladiaon Square Chares*
vrad el* I Ct witrT f lac Ist and CompoMr. Now TorJc.’
Fuller J. 8., urgnlat of Dr. Magoons Church,
Albaor. -- - - - -
Fuller. wiuLtm. 0.,' Organut ot Central Congress?
tionol Chwch, (the liev. Dc. Swaia’i;. Provi-
Qale,W.F.',Oipanlstot Harvard street Church, Roc*
Goodwin, WOllam H., Onautet of First . Church, and
Teacher t>f Music in the Public Schools, Charles*
* tows. Uvi. ... _ ■
Gonlo, j. £. omrht; at nth and Sprneu street
Chnrfh.Vhßaeeipbi*, Pa.
Green*. cn*« ir, OrganUt and Director oi Uuslaat
■ Or. rßaneA/Bk. teok Me.
. nrobe,OfcmleSvmoposßr-*c,,\vumlngton < t>«l.
: Editor of Sew Tone Muoeal Savfew
I Harwootf, Irfkti lOrganise sudDfrectoe'ofMasieat'
PraUl«squaruCuurch, Boston.
oalUa« »▼, £.y, Organist at tipringfleid street Church,
Felmem.N. S , PlarlaN Saa Frnnrtjco, CaL . ,
ilan^Law,F.C .Conductorof Music, Evangelical La
tberanCaurch, Albany. . . _ __
K. t Oryaolat, St. Mary a Csthedal, Baa Iw>'
Hinton, t! U.,* Organist aal Director ot Music in
' esurth of the Messiah, Syracuse, N. Y. am J*mt
Hodges Thomas P. Organist. Boston.
Faro. tV. F-, orgaaist,-Framingham. w „ ..
Ingraham,ET, P.OrganistatChurchstreet Methodist
Episcopal Church, Boston. . __
Jarvis, C. H. Organist at Dr. Furnaces Church, Phfl
ooelpLla.Pa. . ,
Jotcecn.J-O, OreanUt of Congregational Church,
winchester. Mass. __ ,
Kinidcuct, Jnt>. tv.. Organist nm Presbyterian
. Church. Bwlt-u. - _ „ , •
Klaustr, Kan, Pianist, Teacher, Ac. Mew Tort
Kielsnnatn. August, Proiessor of Music, Conductor
Orphans Society, Ac., Boston.
Kunlel. Charles. Organist of Central Presbyterian
Church, Cincinnati, Ohio. - -
Lang, B. J.. Organist at Old South Church, Eaalel
ana Uajon Society, ac.. Boston,
Leonard, Logo, Pianist, Boston. • '
Lloja, Thomas Spencer. Organist of BeeoudPresby
terlan Church. Albany.
Lombard, Wm C .Organist of North Church' Spring*
ocla.Maas. _
Lottrop. Avgn'tas, Organist of Eighth Methodist
EnkeopmChuich, Boston. __ . _
Msgiatn, J. b., Organist of theßev. Dr. Pise's Church*
Moietzek, Max, Compotcr and Conductor of Italian
Opera.
Marsh, John B. Organist of St, Peter's Church, Al
bs—y ....
MsiOn.UW , Orsaulst of Chrtot Chore!,Clnclaostl.
Olio.
Matson. E. A., Orgaalst ani Choir Master of Church
ot the Advent, Boston .
Mover, Uetry, Composer, New York, _ _
Meltzse, Geo. A. Prof, of Mnrie,>orJigraaYllle,JTetr
MK’9,S. B. t Pianist and Composer, Ko. 89 Westuth
street, S.Y. .
Mconcy, M_ J. Organist of Sts Peter end Psalh
Charches, south Boston.
Morgan, Ge?. W., Organist of Grace Church, Kasr
Yo-lc.
Mosenthaj, J., Organist cf Calyary Church, Saw
w lone .
I* enJ, Geo .B, Organist and Director of Music at St.
n . Church,Charlestown.Mass
ralCC iiM?on , * orsantt Flrst Church iChauncy SU»
Fark*r. J.C. D., Organist of Arlington St. Churdi*
Boston.
IJ. Organist Old South Church, Salem,
Pique. E .iTofVsaor of Music. San Franriwo. Cal.
1 oven. wo. Mf,Varuon (Bar. Dr.fUrk'S>
Church, Boston.
nedner.d. 8 .Organist J|Bt; Andrew's Church, Phtt*-
ate.pbia.Pa,
Rtdner.L J , Oiyahki hf Sol j Trlt Ity C burch, Plin»-
u,*]ittft, nti .
Church
Htctu-^.^^kpfs^adMHimposer.KeVTorh;
Presoyterlaa Church,
Strrgent. C. E. HfJttVil’bfiaielubla, pg.
Sarie», L\ zV , lToß3ssor <*raiuaio in colleslstc Tntt
tuta, San Praocfaco, Cal
Schmlct, i.onD, Organist of Graca Cathedral, Sao
Francisco Cat
Schultz, < b*rles. Organist and Composer, SsnPrands*
co. Cal.
Scott, Gustave A., Organist of Calvary Church, sao
Francisco, CaL
Smith, of New Jerusalem Church, Ciu-
Smltz, GnslaVua. Organist Church of Immaculate
New iorfc.
Sofge.B D . Music Teacher. Cincinnati. Ohio. ■
suuielat, Ch»a.. organist Bt. Patricks church, gaa
Francisco, Cal. r?
Biandhrl'*Ee,J. C. 8., Organist St. Clement's Church.
- ■ Pbilacetphla, Fa. -
Stelnhrecber, F. Werccr, Music Teacher, Cincinnati.
: O.Jo,
steeple, Robert, Composer and Director, New Tort
Strasosch, Maurice, Pla.lat and Composer. Now
.•York.
Taylor, A l£ .Teacher of Mudp. Philadelphia, Fa.
Thom. s, Cbarlfta-B.Sftfaatlst or Chorea of too Holy
—lanocents AluMq?
Thomas, Theo., of Hawm * Thomas’ Quartette, New
York. .
Thorum A.- T;- ; Orgaalst of First Congregational
ChurcbtKew Bedford.
Thunder, U. D, Organist at St. Augustine** Philadel
phia, Pa.
TUUngbast, Wm., Director of Music at BUhop Whlta
fioose’s Church. Chicago, 111.
Tuckermaa, S.P.. Mas. Doc., Organist and Director
of Music of St Paul's Churcn,
Organist ot aowdotn Square, Churcn,
Wells, Charles, Organist of Christ Church, New York
Wehh, Joo.. Orjaulst at St. Mark'sPholUdelptuLpa.
"Whiting, C. K., Organist of St. James’ Church, Box-
hury.hhua.
'Whitney, L. P, Organist of the Cal yin Baptist Church,
Dover.ir.il. -
WlUcox, j. fl.. Organist of the Church of the Immscu
__ late Conception, Cotton, __ '
Wolfrohu, Carl,Planlat, Composer, dc.. N>w York
WoUenhanpt, Hermann A., Pianist, Composer, •>&,
New York. ...
Wood, F.n, Orpmlat of Baptist Church, Brookline.
Wood", Albert Jl, Urgaolat of St. Thomas Church,
Woodward F. L., Organist Trernont Temple.Boston.
Work, Reary C , Editor of me “‘Song Messenger of
Orchestra,
Handel and llayda Society, Ac., Boston. _ _
lyn. ,
mat the larger pipe organs are to larger Churches
and hflhs, the CABINET ORGANS are to private res
idences sod smaller Churches and halls. They occupy
UtUe room, ars elegant as pteceaQffaßiUure, and am
not liable to get oat of order.
M. A H. continue the manu&etnre of Melodeons,
tor which they have invariably been honored with th
First Ppttntnc at all Industrial exhlbltloas, when
entered Is competltloo with others. Prices S6O to
4150 each.
An Wustnted catalocae of Cabinet Organa and 3ls>
lodeoos sent free.
just published: SCHOOL FOR THE CABINET
ORGAN. By Geo. F. Root. Price 12.
First Class Pianos,
From the best makers of New York, Boston, and Bal
timore, constantly on bond.
Wo keep no low-priced Pianos or reed instruments*
as we are satisfied from experience that bo n*«la *•
te a rich man wbo can afford to buy on®, uotw* ••
claim to keep
THE BEST
Aid Guarantee Satisfaction to Our
Customers.
OME PRICE. CSIH OS DUIVEIT.
ROOT A CADY, $6 Clark atust, Chicago.
Gao. F.Boot. K T.Boor,
DObpiS-tUut.

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