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SATUKDAT. NOVEMBER 7, 186*.
TOE NEWS.
The intelligence from Chattanooga is
most encouraging. Our communications
arc perfect and the army in good condi
tion, There trill he no permanent secur
ity, however, until a victory clears the
Ichel army from our front
Ko change in A T irginia, and, as we con
ceive, none immediately promised.
Our Cairo dispatches are varied and im
port mt. The advices from Arkansas are
lull oi significance, and the Union cause
On that soil is strengthening daily. The
- affairs at Fine Bluff, Mayfield,
K y., are indeed calculated to call into the
Sold against the rebel marauders and as
sassins the full force of the outraged
communities.
Think of it. A majority of 30,0DD
in Maryland for the Union and the war*
The result in Missouri is so close as to be
undecided, and to give the radical clement
slmndant promise that one more contest
will overthrow the waning slave power in
that State. Illinois gives in her local dec
lions a majority of 80,000 against the cop
perheads. Wisconsin will do better than
Hist promised: The snakes are a defunct
generation.
In another column we give the dosing
report of the session of the Fenian Brother
hood of the United States, a congress of
Irisb-Americans having nothing to do
Vith politics on this side of the Atlantic,
But purely national with & view to the
establishment of Irish freedom, or Ireland
for the' Irish. Its proceedings have been
only partially given to the public, and
only enough has been shown to declare
the talent and vigor of the body, in which
respects it has rarely if ever been equalled
by any meeting of that nationality in this
country. An address to the Irish people
is given with the closing day's report
THE NORTHWESTERN FAIR.
To-day closes the two weeks session of
Be Northwestern Fair for the benefit of
the Sanitary Commission. It continued a
full tide of success until this Us last day
promises to give a result which shall hap
pily cap the grand total, and close up
roundly and solidly an enterprise which
stands altogether without a paraldl in
the history of such undertakings.
No other Fair held for purposes of be
nevolence has ever yielded similar results-
JCot to overstate its receipts, and preferring
to await the official report, we make this
comparison and leave it for the figures to
Sustain it
It lius teen an enterprise that has douh-
I; blessed and honored its originators,
managers and the people upon whose un
flinching loyalty all its-protose drafts were
honored. It is quite time to give credit
flue for such a result.' And first, it is not
lo be arrogated as a Chicago institution.
JSTemay well feel a pride in the manner in
tchich our city has cradled and fostered
lire scheme. "We may not even insist on a
Strict interpretation of the appellation of
the Fair, It was, Nordmatem only by
locality. We cannot forget that on its
altar were laid contributions attesting the
kindred sympathy of ail our Northern
States. The daily published lists ot con
tributions have sufficiently impressed this
upon our readers, and the spectacle gains
in power and interest from the fact.
With this splendid result the whole
people are to be credited, and their great
offering of sympathy and aid to the army
of the Union and of Freedom will shine
Jong after the turf has smoothed onrsoar
red battle fields, and peace has turned our
cannon foundries to the uses of her mech
anic arts. It will prove their resources by
the wealth of the offering, and give a key
for the historian to unlock the secret of
our successful- coping with' our national
peril. From Maine to Minnesota, the
manufactures of the East and West, the
glass and iron of Pittsburg, the products
of the prairies, the dainty handiwork of
the wives and daughters of homes scatter
ed from the seaboard to the western border;
the Great Fair was the result of all, gath
ered from all, a grand proof of unity and
Jiarroony divested of local pride and jeal
ousy. Chicago is honored in that it has
been thus made temporarily a focus of loy
alty, and sympathy with the cause of
Union in carclor its defenders.
And the lojal press deserve credit for
the earnestness with which they have kept
this enterprise before the people. Our
leaders may have wearied with the ap
parent sameness of the appeals made
through onr columns. They cannot know
as do we, by means of our exchanges,
that a similar ftuthfolness of purpose in the
loyal press, from Maine to Minnesota, has
been Irecly advertising this Fair for weeks
past in their columns. No less powerful
an agency, and only thus powerfully ex
ercised could have given point and direc
tion to the popular sympathy the
rc suit of which now stands splendid
ly recorded in this Fair. And
now even the loyal press must
pause at a share of the record too ouerous
for the most willing columns, the honora
ble mention of those to whose individual
• efforts credit is due. The list would read
like pages tom from the directories of
xnore than "one city and town on either
Side the lakes, (were it the custom to give
the fairer halves ol onr households a place
jn those compilations). We know where
we might begin in onr own city, but we
should scarcely know where to stop, fear
ful lest the name of some self sacrificing
Woman, worn by thelabor of the past fort
night in connection with the Fair might
not stand among her peers. Let it pass
then accredited to Loyal Womanhood, the
graceful exponent of the great national
heart.
Tims much of the machinery for the
Collection of this sacred fond. Scarce
jieed to speak of the already tried and
tested mechanism of disbursement, the
Sanitaby Commission whose name will
live in the soldicris memory and go down
into history with the deeds of the Army of
the Union. In their hands this fresh out
pouring will share the coinage that has
.already blessed our soldiers in the camps,
yarned sunshine to the hospital, and
pressed in among the horrors of the bat
tle-field, with a quality of mercy and be
ptficcuccin offices angels, might envy.
most wissoubi.
Bt. Lons, Nov. 6. —Dlepatebesfrom Jef
a email majority, without the aid of the «ol
diets’vote? This is merely conjecture, how
ever, as the returns are insufficient to base
nny definite statement. _„ , - -
Hajoobal, Mo., Nov. s.— Bodies! 405; Cop*
pithead. Sty. The rebels all voted. Soldiers
voted Radical ticket, 120; Sccesh, 2; addi
tional to city vote.
THE ELECTION IK ST. JOSEPH.
3«t Ward
2d M
£d “
«jth **
CUx “
#;th •** .170
majority ■ 80S,
Company B, Glh cavalry, cl Jbr the Union ticket,
Copperhead none. -
Election. in Ooolc Count?,
JTborclon, Union *
“ Copperhead *••••
Worth, Union
Ooppcrbeod
% © XOX jO
VOLUME XVtl
THE WAR IK ABKAKS&B.
Harmaduie and his Re
pulsed at Pine Bluff,
THRILLING INCIDENTS
OF THE AFFAIR.
Olieieiing Union Tokena—The Peo
ple toning against Guerillas,
[Special Dispatch to the Chicago TrCjcna,]
By the steamer Luminary we hare late dates
from Vicksburg and Memphis, and letters
from your correspondent at Little Bock.
From the latter source we obtain the follow
ing particulars of the late fight at Pineßlufli
some mention of which was made a day or
two since:
On Sunday morning, the 15th nit ,'ebmt
eight o’clock, there was attempted a surprise
cn CpL Clayton, by four thousand Cent ©der
ate cavalry, commanded by Generals Hanna
duke and Cabell Meade.
Clayton had an hour's notice of their ap
proach, and immediately set himself about,
making a defence? A plenty of cotton being
stored in the Immediate vicinity of the Court
House, the Colonel ordered a sufficient quan
tity to barricade the streets surrounding the
Court square, and haring eleven cannon,
planted them in position to rake three streets
leading to the centre ot the city. His force
was less then seven hundred infantry. The
enemy's attack was made at 0 o'clock simul
taneously on the southeast, south, and west
of the city, they haring come on three differ
ent roads, and on arriving at the outskirts
fchellß were* thrown in every direction into
the city. No notice was given lor the women
and children to leave, and the bursting of
shells caused extraordinary excitement. Wo
men and children came running from every
direction to the Court House for safety.
They were there but a few moments, when the
libels advanced, directing their fire upon the
building. The women aod children were re
moved under the banks of the river, where
they remained exposed through a cold, dreary
day, until the battle was over, which was
about five o'clock In the everting. At about
tine o’clock the rebel sharpshooters had en
tered private houses in the vicinity of the
Court House, and appearing at the windows,
commenced firing. The artillery was thun
dering up and down the streets against the
cotton breastworks. *
Marmaduke sent a flag of truce to Colonel
Clajton, telling him he had a force of 4,203
troope, had him completely surrounded, and
demanding an unconditional surrender. Col.
Clayton answered, that “the sth Kansas did
not know the meaning of the word surren
der; that he had whipped Marmaduke six
times within the past eighteen months, and
should whip him again.” Tula message waa
delivered to Marmaduke, and In ten minutes
the engines of death were In fall motion,
firing from every direction upon the Got'.on
barracks, and the Union cannon busy reply
ing, with eome 400 long range rifles doing
their work of death. At 10 o’clock Marma
dnke ordered a general charge npon three
tides.- Clayton held his cannleter and rifles
nntll the enemy rescued within lessthan one
hnndred feet of him, and then ordered fire,
and a horrid havoc It made, completely re
puleicg the enemy, and killed and wounded
a large number. At 12 o’clock another charge
was made by the enemy, with the same re
sult. The firing then ceased for a while. In
the evening a third charge was made with no
belter fortune. Cob Clayton had taken the
precaution, early la the morning, to bring
within his cotton fort, some 150 horses, and
stalled them In the cotton warehouse on the
bank. They were saddled and bridled, and
became impatient waiting for the fourth charge
of the enemy, who seemed slow to come np to
the scratch. A charge on the enemy, it was
thought, might wake them np. The bogle
sounded "boota and saddles,” and in a mo
-ment a few of the cotton hales were removed
audlSO cavalry, headed by CaL Clayton,start
edata speed "of 3:30. for the enemy, eome
1000 feet off. This caused 11c butternuts
inneh-conlnsion, who, by this time, were
maty of them visiting private houses and
robbing them. They were confounded, and
dispersed in every direction, and finally were
followed two miles out of the town, when it
becoming dsrt, our troops returned. This
ceded the day’s ,wort. The last heard of
Mtrmsdnkc and Cabell,they were In the vl
clnlty of Saline Elver, somcb twenty-three
miles ofi, on the double-quick.' Neatly every
private heute in the clly was plundered, ’ and
the furniture In the houses of Messrs. Eean-.
ere, Allis, Grows and Mills, totally destroyed
by being broken to pieces. The enemy left
their dead and wounded In the streets to the
number of eome 300. The Federal loss was
eleven killed and thirty three wounded.
The reported homing of large quantities of
cotton is an error; only eome forty or fifty
bales were destroyed. Many citizens from
Pine Bluff took np arms and went into the
fight with a hearty good will, severs! of their
number, hereicfore.belngstrong secessionists
Three companies of Homo Guards done good
service. An artillery company U now being
organized.
Arkadelphla, Arkansas, is reported to hs In
potsession of Gen Steele. Title place Is lo
cated on the Washita ‘Elver, and tin recent
ncadquarters of Gen. Price. There are now
between 2,000 or 3,000 conlftbands In camp
at Pine Bluff There was a Union meeting
held at the theatre in Little Bock last week.
Over 700 volunteers from Tell county, Ark.,
have reported for duty to Gen. Steele, at Lit
tle Bock Two Infimtiy regiments are being
taleed by CapL Eyan, and one by Col. Fish
hook, and one by Mr, Baxter, at Batesvllle-
FROM INDIANAPOLIS.
[Special Dispatch to the Chicago Tribune.
Ikdiasatoub, Kov. G, 1863.
Got. Morton has iEßuedthe following orders;
SPECIAL MnJTARY ORDER.
rxrz or Indiana, Exxcunrz DzrxnrxKvr, I
Ikdianatous, Nov. 6,15C3. f
Tpff>rm«Hnn having been received by me that
certainpcrgoqe are engaged in tbifi State in re
cruiting men, and in procuring substitutes for
drafted men, ibr regiments batonging to other
States, it ie hereby ordered that all persons so en
gaged immediately desist from procuring substi
tutes, or further enlistments. Violators of this
Order wIU be r promptly arrested and summarily
dealt with.
(Signed) pursn I*. Mobtok, Gov. of Ind-
Becrnlling parties from the 17th and 19th
Indiana arrived here to -day. These gallant
boys have been the heroes of many fights.
The Uolted States Circuit Court met yes-
terday. There is a very heavy docket Judge
Davis presides, Judge Smith beirg unwell.
The railroad men had a meeting at the
Bates House to day. The various roads are
represented by the following delegates:—W.
p Watson, John Gi Benson, P. W. Strader,
W. L- O’Brien and C. W. S. Brown, of the
little Miami railroad; B.W. Carey, of the
Cleveland and Erie"; H. C. Marshall, \.of*the
Cleveland, Columbus and Cincinnati; J.
Chandler, of the Indiana Central; E F. Ful
ler, O. and M ; G. R. Blancba d, O. and M.
West; J. H. Townsend, and D. M. Boyd, Jr.,
Bellefontalne: J.B.Balsten, St.Louis,Alton
and Terre Haute; J. H. Hopkins and Judge
Jones, New York Central; A. H. L. Noble,
Indianapolis and Cincinnati.
An effort is being made to have a grand lair
lasting six days, at Indianapolis, fortbebene
fit of soldiers’ families.
FROM MILWAUKEE.
[Special Dispatch to the Chicago Tribune.)
MILwavHEZ, Nov. 6,1863.
Union.
Gen. Eufua King, who has been stopping
nt bis old home for a fevr days prcpiratorrfto
Ua departure for Keme, left here on the night
train, accompanied by his wife and daughter.
Gtn J C Starkweather, whohaabeenhore
onforiongh alnce the battle of Chickamaugs,
returned to hia command yeaterday.
Brick Pomeroy, the noted editor of the
La Ctoate Democrat, who was kicked ont of
I Grant's department for Ms treiaonable com
[ nnnicaUoni to the Chicago lima and other
pipe rtf has dunged his political garment
since tic overwhelming Union victory la tklfl
State and comet ont in an editorial denoumo*
irg the Byan address and the coarse of the
pseudo Democracy in the late campaign.
He favon a vigorous prosecution of the war,
and hearty and unconditional support of the
Administration In Its efforts to crush the re*
belli'
[on. Brick is on the right track for once,
and It is to be hoped his comae will be adopt
ed by other copperhead journals who hire to
acknowledge the total and irredeemable ex
tinction of their beloved putj in this State.
The number to be drafted from this coun
ty is 270. In view of the approaching draft,
enlistment* are moving on quietly at the
Brovo&t MarehaTa office. There has not been
to many enlistments for -a year past as hive
taken place within the past week, and they
are all of a good class of mea.
Tie 18th battery of WI scone in light artH
leiy vraa musteicd in at Camp Waihbamo a
day or two since. They number ninety men,
and the nunmber of men continually enlisting
wili toon All its maximum.
Cairo. Not. 6,15C3.
FROM SPRINGFIELD.
ILLINOIS 30,000 MAJORITY FOR
(Special Dispatch to the Chi cage Trib one.]
SnuHormn, IU., Nor. 6.1663.
We have bat few official returns from the
State. The Union gains In every couuty are
Immense, and the Union majority in the
State wm reach TfHßtr THOUSAND.
Hancock county—Union, 50; grin 1,300;
cue township to hear from.
Clinton county—loo Union.
Stephenson county—6oo Union; go la 267.
Coles county (official)—2oo Union; gain
600.
Shelby county—Copperhead 005; Union
gain 800.
Stark county-Union 500; gain 250.
Hancock county la redeemed. The entire
Union ticket is elected by from 20 to SO ma
jority, against 1,200 to 1,800 Copperhead ma
jority last year. Hurrah for hurrah.
In Macomb county the Copperheads elected
Iteir candidates by majorities ranging from
Hretoten. Last election their majority was
505. Making a loss to them ofsoo.
The Circuit Court now In session hare dis
posed of a very large docket, up to the pret
ext date. Seven convicts have been sent to
ibe Penitentiary.
The ViOTpti Marshal General of Illinois
announces that all deserters arrested muet be
, delivered to the Provost Marshal of the Dls
. trict in which the arrest is made, in order
that the proper inves Ugalion may be had. Ko
reward will be paid unless so delivered.
Forty recruits for the army presented them
selves yesterday at the headquarters of Lieu*.
W. H. Hubba, United States Mustering Offi
cer, in this city, and received their army
clothing, haversacks, etc.
The following order has just been Issued in
regard to the 12th cavalry:
AH officers and enlisted men belonging to
the 12th cavalry, win at once be put en route
for the cavalry depot near the* city of Wash
ington. On their arrival at the cavalry depot
they will at once report to Major Gen. Stone
man, United States volunteers, chief of cav
alry, with a view to carrying out the special
instructions of the General-in Chief in regard
to that regiment.
The following are among the recent ap
pointments and promotions of Illinois officers;
Copt. John M. Graham to beSd Major 7th
cavalry, vice Konebler, resigned; Bev. Wo.
V. Eldridge, to be Chaplain Sflth, vice Brnna
resigned; 2d Assistant Surgeon Alonzo L,
Kimber, to be Ist Assistant, vice Miner, re
signed.
[Special Dispatch to the Chicago Tribune J
Ham son. Wls., Hot. 8.
The vote for the Union ticket surpasses all
expectation end it is now thought the msjur
j.y w m te 15,000 on the home vote, which
the soldiers will increase to a majority ex
ceeding that giren for Lincoln.
The copperhead papers confess a complete
discomfiture end are dismal. about their fu
ture.
The Legislature will stand better than at
first represented. The Senate Is 22 Union,
11 copperhead. The Assembly at least 40
Union, probably less than 30 copperhead.
The draft for the State begins on Monday
the 9th and win first be made In Milwaukee.
When the draft is finished in the first district
it Is understood others win follow' in regular
order. There win be ample force to repress
any possible disturbance.
It is now believed to be settled that the
Maryland election has resulted In tbe choice
offjur Administration members of Con
gress and one secessionist of. tbe Hsmy Msy
schooL This is one better than we had
claimed before election. The names of the
Administration Congressmen elect are Henry
Winter Davis andE. Webster, from Balti
more, Gov. Thomas from the Cumberland
District, and Col. Crowell from Crisifield’s
old District, on the Eastern shore. The se
cessionist believed to be elected is Harris of
the 6 h District. The other four will go into
the Administration caucus bn the organiza
tion of the House.
Baltimoreans eay the majority on the State
ticket will he nearer 80,000 than 26,000,
uru ernes.
Da Smith Is appointed Begister at the Land
Oifice at Topeka, with which that of Atchl
son is consolid tiled.
Tbe rebels to bare received twenty*
two thousand, one hundred and five Union
prisoners at Richmond within the last twelve
months.
• Col. A. F. Hester, formerly Poet Commis*
sary at Aqoia Creek, is orddted to the Army
cfthe Cumberland as Chief Commissary, to
scire on Thomas 1 staff. His Assistant, Capt.
Reed, accompanies him.
Speculation is at £mlt as to the destination
of Gen. Foster recently, relieved hy Gen.
Butler. Tha majority incline to the belief (
that he is to be shelved. Others talk of his
taking Schencb’s place after the meeting of
Congress, and still others ol his succeeding
Burnside.
Wasutkotok, Nov. s—The case of a widow
of an officer or soldier killed in battle, with
many months pay dne him, and suddenly left
without a dollar to hny mourning or pay for
ihe transportation of her husband’a remains,
is ol shockingly frequent occorrencc. The
rejection of the widow’s demand for this baeje"
pay, or that of ter agents, Is notoriously an
event of daily occurrence In the War Depart
ment * All applicants are turned off with the
disheartening information that from fourteen
to sixteen months must pass away from the
time of making application belore the money
can pofslbly be got by their representatives.
Kew Tons, Nov. C.—-The New York Tuna
Washington dispatch says; The mortality
among onr exchanged prisoners at Annapolis,
and the too conclusive testimony ot the bar
barians usage of those in Richmond, hire de
termined our Government to apply a correc
live retaliation, If the rebel authorities do not
noon remonstrance, treat our captured men
according to’the rules of war. A scarcity of
food in Richmond may give color to the plea
of inevitable neccstby as an excuse for the In
sufficient nourishment of our men, but there
is a design in this starvation. Tho rebels
mean to force us to a return to tire old system
ol exchange, which excluded'officers of uegro
-regiments and those of Colonel Straight s
cammond. They will tot succeed. Preel
dent Lincoln will not fall the black men who
have fAkpti up arms at his call, nor white men
who them. He will not tolerate
any proposition which sacks to establish dis
tinctions between our black and white sol
diers as prisoners of war.
It is probable that the new fractional cur
rency will be suppressed, and a new effort
made at the Government engraving acd print
ing establishment.
Sax Fbaxcibco, Not. S.— The Constitution
al Contention for Nevada Territory, organ
ized at Careon City, haattaken the California
constitution as a basis. A abort session wiu
be followed by an early election of members
to the Legislature, with a view of choosing
United States Senator* to present the con
stitntion to Congress at the ensuing session*
asd'ftfk for the admission of the Stale of
Wtshoe into the Union.
THE UNION.
FROM MADISON.
FROM WASHINGTON.
(Special Dispatch to Chicago.Trftmne ]
r. Washington, November 6, 18Q3,
THE RESULT IN MARYLAND.
MILITARY MATTERS.
From San Francisco.
CHICAGO,. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER T, 1863.
FROM CAIRO AMD BEOT.
MEMPHIS AND EIVES MAT-
TEES.
Hebei Outrages in Western
Kentucky,
[Special Dispatch to the Chicago Tribune.]
Cairo. Not. 6.1653.
A. mordant from Hay Cold, Kentucky, who
-vt&fi robbed of His good* and hicnaelf n&rro W
-1} eec&ped capture there by the rebels, arriv
ed here to-day. From him wo leam farther
particulars of the rais made ou that place,
lut Monday. The rebels, five hundred ia
number, under Faulkner and Newsom, en
tered the town about four o’clock onMon-
£ay morning; surrounded the. residences of
Horn Luclen Auderson, M* C. elect, and J.
T. Bolinger, placing ono hundred men around
each place. Colinger managed to escape, but
Anderson, less fortunate, fell into the hands
cf the enemy. ..
Parties were dispatched to cut the tele
graph wire, which prevented any knowledge
cf the raid reaching Paducah. The work of
plundering then began. Every store la town
was broken open, and goods to the value of
SIB,OOO stolen. The houses of Union men
were entered and plundered of all thole valu
ables, and many indignities offered unresist -
mg citizens.
Detachments were sent out for the purposo
of destroying the railroad track in the rear of
The trains coming Into town for the purpose
of preventing their escape backwards, A
portion of the tnfck near the depot was also
lorn up, and the cars thrown off, injuring a
number of the passengers. The train
was then fired into, badly wounding
several passengers. While endeavoring to
extricate themselves trom the wrecked train,
icsr&uden came upon them, presenting pis*
to Is to their heads, and compelling them to
give up money, watches, Ac. Edward T.
Wyman, Government agent, received a hack
: hot in the leg. When the cars ran off the
track a large splinter was thrust through the
other leg, and several pieces of timber fell up
on him. The rebels prevented aid from being
■ lenderedhim, and he remained several hours
in this situation, coffering, greatly Jrom his
wounds. The station agent was robbed of S6OO,
Dr. Humble oi S3OO. The rebels remained
iu town until three o'clock,, then started for
Paducah, but returned through Maysfield at
10 o'clock at night, and encamped eightzailes
north of town. Amoag them was a number
of citizens of McCracken and Brallard coun
ties, Ky., and sons of-residents of Paducah.
Their route back was through Henry, ia Car
roll county, Tennessee. They had with them
a. pack of blood-hounds, and used them on
the march to bunt up Union men, whom they
inhumanely murdered when they caught
them. Among the citizens captured were Dr.
Landrem, State Senator, , and Irvine
Anderson, over 70 years of age. It was as
serted that Congressman Anderson will be re
tained here for Truaten Polk, a member ot
the rebel congress, now a prisoner.
The Strzn. Norman arrived from below, and
reports the steamer City of Alton struck a
snap about 5 o'clock lost evening, at foot of
bland No. 10, forty miles below KcwHadrld.
She had four feet cf water in her hold. The
boat was heavily laden with Government and
private freight, anicrowfled with passengers.
No lives were lost.
Squads of guerillas appeared in the vicinity,
but a gunboat came to. her assistance.' The
Norman left her pumps and barge with the
Alton.
Surgeon-General Wm. A. Hammond* came
up to-day on tlie hospital boat Chas. ilc
Don gal, cn route for 'Washington.
[Special Dispatch to the Chicago-Tribune.]
' .. Caieo, Not. C, 18G3.
• The steamer Rose Hamilton, from Duval’s
Blufl, was fired Into on Tuesday, live miles
below Dea Arc. Several shots were fired,
and the mate, Hiram Shaw, dangerously
wounded, a boll having passed through his
bedy below the shoulder blade, Shaw is bs
irg well cared for, and will recover. There
old not appear to be a very large number of
guerillas. They were behind a woodpile,
and reserved their fire until the steamer came
abreast ol the same.
Memphis, Nov. 4—A-fight at Collierville
yesterday lasted three hours, when the rebels
fled, leaving twenty killed and four wounded
m oar hanaa.' Oar lost is slight. Among
the prisoners captured are James Geary,
Brigadier General in the Mississippi State
MUithL a Colonel belongiog to the rebel
service, one Captain, three Lieutenants, and
one Surgeon. Gen. George was wounded.
CoL Hatch, who arrived at Collierville
with three regiments of cavalry half ai hour
alter the fight commenced, followed the re
treating rebels to Cold Water, where he was
tUmiißhtag with them at last accounts.
Colonels McCrellis and ilianer are endeav
oring to flank them to-day. Col. Hatch esti
mates their number at 8,000.
Memphis, Nov. 4.—On the Ist ot November
Gen. Hnrlbnt’a scoots brought report* that
Chalmers was concentrating forces lor another
raid upon the Memphis and Cfairlestozi void.
On onr picket posts on iho Grid Water
were attacked and Chalmers crossed at
Mount Tappah with a column, reported 1,500
Ktrcng, and advanced upon the road to Col
lierville. Col. Hatch lelt Memphis on the
night of Nov. Ist with three regiments of
cavslry, camping at Germantown on the
night of the 2d, and reached Collierville jiut
half an hour afeerthe rebels hid attacked tait
poet. The fight lasted from
until halt pait three, when the rebels were
repulsed.
I have obtained the following list of cun
allies In the 2nd lowa cavalry:
Co.A, Capt. Cbas.Horton, wounded In groin;
Co B, Wm. Wallace, chest: Co. C, Edward Posy,
cbcfet.and J. L. Slide,left leg; Co. G, Wm.Hen
iv. lace; Co H. C B. Chamberlain, left leg badly
htiatUred: Co. L, Sergl. James Crawford, wound
td in bowels, James B. Bsoj, chest, Tho
mas Donlln, wounded Id face and left arm;
Co. M, Ttomas Paltcreon and T, B. Bylaud,
killed: co. D, two privates killed, names un
known.
Seventh Illinois cavalry, co. A, Corporal Homy
TUrbcr wounded In hand: co. H, John Moses in
Tennessee Cavalry, co. A, John
Waß wounded in right leg.
Col.. followed the retreating rebels
to the Cold Water, where ho was skirmishing
with them at last accounts.
Cols, McCrellis and Mlsencr a e endeavor
ing to flank them to day. Hatch estimates
tueir number at 8,000.
FROM CINCINNATI.
[Special Dispatch to the Chicago Tribune']
Cincinnati, Nov. G, ISG3.
Gen. Bosecrans and staff arrived io this city
to-cay, and Lave taken rooms at the Barnet*
House.
At a meeting cf the City Connell, held to
day, were passed complimentary resolutions
to the city officers of Chicago, by the delega
tion who lately visited, your city.
FROM EAST TENNESSEE
[Speclalßlepatch to the Chicago Tribane.
Knoxville, Not. 6/1604.
The rebtle retired before Gen. Sanders, and
they were beyond the river until Monday,
when the 9th (rebel) Tennessee crossed for
marauding purposes, Col, Adams, with the
Ist Kentucky, was sent forward to reconnol
tcr. He surprised them, captured forty, with
four officers, and drove the test Into the river,
where fifty more were killed or drowned. No
rebels are now this side oi the Little Ten
nessee.
The-2d North Carolina bad another fight,
near Ashville, but no particulars have been
received. There are rumors from Gen. Grant,
but in them all we could derive nothing inter
resting.
BIOTS 15 THE PKSSSTLTA'
MIA COAL BESIOSS.
Fatal Assaults BY tbo motors.
Fzm-ADEl.rniA, Nor. 0,— I Tho Jngnirarsnd
the EuUctin ot this city hare reports of a
terrible riot la the cosl region around Manch
Chunk. Four men, dt Is reported, were tilled,
last evening, including Mr. Smith, of the
firm of Hull, Curtis & Co., of this city.
Got. Curtin, it is. stated, has been tele
graphed to for troops' to quell, the dis
turbance.
Thomas Hull, of the firm of Hall, Smith*
Cdilies, has received a dispatch from Sum
mit, Penn., that George Smith of that firm
has been shot down by. the rioters.
Mr. Ulrich, store-keeper, was also fired at
by the rioters and wounded.
The reports of the Euflttin and Inquirer are
Urns confirmed of difficulties ia ths coni
icglons.
PniLAijELPHTA; Not. 0. —It is not hclisTnd
by the principal cod men in this city that the
riot at ar.o'-i. Chunk is of a serious Character.
Mr. Smith, who was tilled, had incurred ths
hatred of the Irish miners by his opposition
to their secret organization, which had for its ■
object the exclusion of all other countryman.
A watchman was recently fonnddead lathe
mines, haying hesn shot. It is supposed
was ehot while traveling from ths
mines to JtwsriJle. A force ofmUitaryhaa
been In that vicinity some time enforcing the
dealt and arresting deserters.
The telegraph line between Manch Chunk
and Esston being down, direct communication
cannot be obtained*
• Madch Cuumk, Pa-i Nov. 6.—Last night,
Mr. C. H. Smith, coal operator, at Yoik
town, Carlton couuty, was murdered in the
meet brutal manner in his house, in the pres
ence of his family, by a gang of Irish out
law*. known as
Mr. Smith was & loyal and highly respecta
ble gentleman, and was suspected of giving
certain Information to the Deputy Provost
Mfljfchul, by which the l&tter, with the mili
tary, was tc&bltd to arrest drafted men.
No Union man’s life la safe in Jewaviile.
Torktown, Dcloraine, Beavey Meadows, and
other mines of the middle coal fields.
Seven or eight murders were committed
there within tne I<u>t few weeks.
FROM CHATTANOOGA.
All Quiet— CoEmunioations Perfect,
’ Chabtakooga, Not. 6.—A1l quiet along
the lints to day. The enemy keeps up fire
fiom & 20-pounder gun oa the crest of look
out. occasionally reaching'our lines. They
Tailed thd entertainment this afternoon, by
throwing a number of shells Inside their o*rn
lines. This strange conduct excites consid
erable comment. Last night several rebel
camps disappeared from the front on our
rlehr. and information leads us to belivre
\hU Bragg’s • umy has been weakened re
cently for some purpose not yet revealed.
L'mgstreet’s headquarters are established
on Lookout Mountain, and held by a strong
force. It is estimated that the rebels expended
$14,000 worth of ammunition from Lookout,
killing one Federal soldier and wounding
another. Both casualties were in the west
deserters from a Kentucky rebel
rfoltLentlcame in to-day. They report their
whole regiment ready to fallow oc the first
opportunity. Smce Bragg- was cut off from
Faot Tecncsesee, rations arc short. Since
iho opening: of the river route we are in daily
communication with Brlftgeport, ' and sup
plies come up rapidly. Our lines pf commu
nication are ; perlcct.
THE WAR IK VIRGINIA.
New Tore, Nov. G.—The Now York Tri
bune has tLe following:
Headqitaktee» Abugov xnz >
Poioxac, Not. s,l£C>. 1
One fan. corps of Lee’s army is reported
this evening to be encamped at Brandy Sta
tion, on the Orange & Alexandria Railroad.
Stuart’s cavalry watch the fords on the south
side ol the Rappahannock. Lee’s head
quarters ars at Culpepper. Deserters report
that his timy stretches from Culpepper to
theUtightu ol Fredericksburg, and numbers
about So.WO men of all arms.
Gen. Merritt, of the regular cavalry reserve,
while riding with his staff along the same
roads, and separated from his command, was
attacked by a patty of guerillas greatly out
numbering bis staff, who, however, being
mounted on fleet hordes, .escaped, although
the bnilels flew around them,thickly. Other
tntile attempts were made to murder order
lies carrying dispatches from, headquarters
to distant potato within our army lines.
. The Ibrald has the following:
Beadquabtebs Aiuit- oe tub Potomac,
Nov. s—Day before yesterday Gen. Kilpat
rick ilaricd fur the Rappahannock by way of
flaitwcod Court Hoota and Falmouth. strik
ing the fiver near the latter place. His com
mand returned to day, aedrtport the country
clear of-’fegalar rcbchmo Ctr as their observa
tion extended, though they encountered sev
eral -straggling guerilla bands, with whom
rhty gklimished moderately. On their re*.
iuru, when near the camp, the rebels dashed
upon the rear train and captured a
Sergeant, four men, lour moles and a wagon*
Last night a Major was captured withiutwo
relics cf headquarters, ana is now on his way
to Richmond.
Klloatrlck’s cavalry division -went out on a
rtcosuoiseanco jc&tercJay, and "when four
miles tils aide Church, struck
tbc rebel pickets, which they droVe luaaUort
distance, when a- small body of them dis
mounted and sheltered themselves unde; a
till, and -waited our farther advance.
A hank movement by a squadron of the Ist
Michigan cavalry dislodged them Irom their
position, and they were followed up by that
regiment. U»t they advanced to Falmouth.
There the Ist Michigan were repulsed. but
-he remainder of Coster’s Michigan brigade
came up to their support, and the rebels, al
ter half an hour’s skirmishing, were driven
icrois the Rappahannock at the ford immedi
ately shave the'old bridge, with a loss of three
killed and several wounded. Oar loss was
z. ctbing. Sheltering themselves in houses on
r he Fredericksburg tide of the river,.the ene
my kept up a lively fire with their carbines,
which was answered by* the Michigan boys,
fut the range was too long lor any effect on
- liter side. As night approached our cavalry
f«H back to Hmwood Court House, and,
having accomplished the object of the rccon
• oisffcnce, retained this afternoon. The en
cmy’s force consisted of tro regiments of
cavalry, from South Carolina and Georgia.
"Washington, Nov. ■ 6.— On Wednesday
cncrillas made a raid upon Edaall’s fetation,
<>t)ont five miles from Alexandria, capturing
'evcralbones and mnle<. A gang cams into
*ue neighborhood on Tuesday night, and cap
'nred a Union man, who escaped after laying
with them in the woods all day Wednesday.
I hey talked in his pretence of attacking some
f the stations, but the man toiled to reach
onr pickets in lime to give warning. Tncse
gangs aic now prevented from oomiog down
toward Vienna, and have abandoned that
i clghb:rhood. Several parties of rebel cav
jh j dashed through onr lines on onr left, fnd
committed depredations in Prince William
county during the last few days. ,
On Wednesday Geo. Merritt sent out and
seized all the inhabitants in the vicinity of
ifo errstnand and sent them to headquarters
to be dlspored of by the Provost Marshal
General. . .. .
Affairs at the front remain comparatively
qolet On Wednesday a portion of tho army
moved down to the Kappahannockand sta
-Icncd lift pickets along the river. There aro
now no rebels this side of the Rappahannock,
except a small force of cavalry between the
.railroad croeiing and Falmouth. Most of
Lee’s army is believed to be near Culpepper.
The Jmprcrslcn prevails that the enemy wui
rot juste any decided stand this side of tho
RaplGan, bhonld we advance.
'HE SIEGE OF SAN SALVADOR,
Bomludoent of tUe Capital by Gen. Carrera-
Cm. Banlto’s Troops Driven Back—
Tho Uonse of tho C. S Minister
nootycomheil, &c.
PROSPECT OF A NEW DIPLOMATIC
ARRANGEMENT.
New Tons, Not, s.—By the arrival of the
steamer Ariel we have Panama papers of tae
37th nit. .at
Later tews from San Salvador had been re*
reived at Panama, which was published as
f. lllOtFB -
The interview between Carrera and B irrios,
under the flag of the United States minis.er,
Sent, 27, led to no Important result; and on
ilie 29:h Gen. Carrera ordered all the troops to
tiiove upon the capital at S a. m. ia two col
umirfl, under himtelf and Qen. Zavala, Geo.
C pawed to the right and occupied the sue
urhs ofßemcdlos and 8m Jacinto. Qeu.
Cetua alto moved down from the north, ana
ttal back Barrios* pickets from the steep
a«cent of Mlllnge, captured his'cannon, and
ciove his avanzadas Into the place. Bombs
l>ave been thrown almost incessantly at
night since the sth of October, destroying
many homes, firing others, and killing many
won.cn and children. * # _ f '
The home of J. A- Gonzales (who is with
Carrera or in Santa Anna), Is destroyed by a
tomb; another passed through the roof of
the English vice-consul’s home, and blew his
cook to atoms; another passed in at the
French hotel, destroying the.front portion of
the home, and nearly killing Mr. Conrtodo,
the consular agent at La Union. The home
of the United States Minister has had three
cannon balls pass through the walla, and
another of hla servants has been killed. The
water is ent'off; provisions do not come in;
constant attacks ore made, and night and day
there la constant terror and alarm In the capi
tal. All who conld get away have gone, bat
many women and children still remain.
The United States minister on the 19th,
passed through the lines Into Ban Salvador.
Aa General Barrios, at the Interview bn the
S7th ol September, had offered to abandon
the Presidency and leave the country, stlpn
latlng that he should be allowed the escort of
his guard of honor, and be followed by his
friends (to which Carrera agreed,) insisting
that Carrera should also retire at the same
time with hifi army to the frontier of Guate
mala, -jvhich Carrera positively and utterly,
the dose of the siege and bombard
ment, Gen. Barrios urged Mr. Partridge, tno
United States minister, logo again to Gen.
Carrera’s camp and make another effort for
&n arrangement He went, therefore, on the
morning of Oct 11, (followed by a long pro
ceuion of women and children, who begged
to be allowed to pass with him), and had a
long interview with Gen; Carrera, who stated
tint to did not iosht'on a hostile' occupation
of Ban SaUador, nor did’ hs'rcq.hu
General Berrios to sign a convention
agrcciiff to that .meaitwo; bfct
LutTenc would ho retreat or atmloa Ms
pc&lt.on until after General Barrios bid,
«i 0 offered to do, left the Government, sor
reiideied the command, and gone out of toe
conntiy, whtn he would treat with the Sana*
tor Peralta, who he agreed should be left in
charge of the Government br Barrios. This
wu made known to General Barrios, who re
• piled that be wanted coanalsatonsrs appoint
ed to discus that polat.
Gen. Carrera arid he would sot discuss it.
Bht Mr P. advised that* one comaUsioc*r
should be appointed to sign term* upon,
which they really agreed, and It was hoped
when the steamer left that the matter would
bo ended in tdree days. .
The lorelgrers in 8m Salvador were’ to
leave on the 14 th, apprehending aaassaolC itte
nti± nay. ~
movement or TTa-oops,
Boston, Hoy. 6.— -The veteran sth Nety
Hampshire regiment, which came home la
August list to recruit Its thinned ranks, em
barked to day from Long Island,'for the army
of the Potomac;
Ifevr Hampshtre;
Boston, Not. ft.—Gov. GlUmore, of New
Hampshire, has leaned a strong address- call
ing on the people of the State to fill their
quota under the last call for troops by volun
teering.
The Goveriesicnt Securities*’
PmLADBLPniA, Nov. 6—The subscription,
agent tenoita*lhc sale of 1,858,000 5-20 aon
Friday. 'The deliveries of bonds are made in
moderate amounts at the time of onbsetip
tion. _
SOLDIEB9’ HOBie.
nContbly Beporl* ©if tb© Snpcrlhten
dent and Attending Surgeon;
The regular weekly meeting of the Board of
Managers of the Soldier's Homo ahouli hare
taken place yesterday, hut' owing undoubtedly to
the temporary diversion of efforts created bythe
Northwesters Fair, at the hour appointed, there
was no quorum In attendance. Tho monthly-re
ports of the Supcrinfendent and Attending Sur
geon, were ready for delivery, although there was
no Board in session to receive and act upon them.
Wo subjoin the report of the Superintendent
and the most Important portions of the report of
: the Attending Surgeon.
Report ot the Superintendent of tho Soldiers*
’ Home for the month of
B of arrivals...
No. of departures.
Remaining.
Invalids
Number of meals and lodgings fixrnlflbsd sol
dleia £iom different States were as follows:
Heals. Lodgings.
.... 1,5K8 730
....£493 740
IBS 55
.... 103 ,85
387 51
180 . 40
SSO 180
206 36
cs so
170 69
85 0
15 8
19 6
28 9
4 1
20 7
Illinois
Wisconsin,.
Michigan
Ntw York..
Kentucky...
Ohio
Minnesota,.
Indiana.,...
Vermont...
lowa .
Mlssoutli,
Canada..
Pennsylvania.
Kansas
Massachusetts.
Connecticut....
5,095
Total.
The Superintendent would also beg leave to re
peat eix invalid soldiers for your consideration,
wbo have bean at the Home for aomo time. They
require food, lodgings, and washing for. To ate
slcXwitb rheumatism, one with consumption, one
with sun-fctroke, one with Inflamed eyes, and one
elck-fiftilocboy; alihave been ol the home some
time. All tbeao claim rooms, and some clothing,
and all washing, and have to he kept cleanly,
which mskea quite an item In the domestic depart
ment All of which the Soperlntandcnt withes to
report to the Advisory Committee or Board of
Directors of the Soldiers’Home, -
2X Johnson,
Sopt. Soldiers’ Home.
Report of the Attending sorgroa of the Sol
diers’ Home; Chicago, Oct. 39,1363. . ' ,
During tbo current mouth tbo number of sol
diersprescribedforwasSOS.- ■ : ,
About fifty of the above wero wounded men
from Chlcamauga.
Tbercbaabeenbutonodeath; that of Richard
Gaunt, of dropsy, Oct. 18th. ' „ „ ~ ,
No expenses have been inemrsd oy the Medical
Department, although some few articles will now
be needed in the medical case.
Ifficlifcan’s Offering: of Clio Fruit* or
the Forth to the Army, thronghtho
M. TV, Fair.
Since tie above Fair was determined upon*
some few weeks since. Chaplain. S-. Day, Bth Ills.
Vole., now under orders from Gen, Hurlbut, at
Memphis, agent for the Chicago Sanitary Com
mission, “tocollect contributions of vegetables
and other Sanitary supplies for- the hospitals,'”
bas secured. In Michigan, the following amounts;
Owaseo 27 barrels.
Dearborn 203 •**.
lonia (ICO more on the way).. 813 “
Lyons 117
-Miner 81
St. Johns.... 2o “
Ann Arbor
Lansing...'...
•roneeviCe...
York Church
Amounting to.. 1,164 **
Or more than one hundred tons, enough to fill
one hundred wagons, one ton each.
Most of these vegetable- products consisted of
potatoes and apples, with 157 barrels onions
among them, and slaty , more barrels onlons on
the way.
The shove from Michigan Includes donations
thioach Chaplain Day. The various Ladles’
Soldiers’ Aid Societies of that beautiful Peninsu
lar State have also sent In, among their offerings,
other most valuable vegetable, contributions to
the Fair, with an ever open and liberal hand, thus
swelling the aggregate sum to a generously large
amount of so valuable hospital supplies.
Michigan has also sent to tho hospitals, through
Chaplain Day. twenty-nine barrels of her excel-
Duncan’s Detroit ale.
All honor to the noble, generous and truly patri,
otic Peninsular State.
married.
Atlubuqcc, lowa, Jfov.sa.by thandv P E, Brown
j AMEtt N. BANKS, A- M. M D , of Chicago. IH-. »nd
UrrfMKLlia A BENHAM, oi Caaaudrtigas.New Y oik.
Nocardi.
DIED.
In IhU city- on the moraine of theStu hurt. tha
rc»tfencetilliß. P. P. Hamilton, iiiifl AMELIA E.
lennon will to piMChed br HeKay.
D' Bals*v ou Sunday, tie 13th of Bovetshe . at the
eonttWebjtwJsß Church, at 10« A. M. F.lsnda of
it.efsiDUy art invited to attend.
JTttD
WHV DO THE MASSES RUSH
to Eveltfa J57 Lake it. owner oi Lasalle,for
tte!rPht.t«f raphi ? B-scsufe you can get a dorm as
fit e Cat tee d* Virile at tie above Oa lery lor »l a* you
can aaywt»c:c else tor «S. and people remember the
o.ascfcßeteatadoUarsavedlßadpJtarcaired.
807-pt2l-lt ; KAY BIAS. Agent.
Wto ever working at creations wheel.
F- omtbe rude wrecks ot matter still reveal
Fonts of txcthing beamy--ert wmriM.
Poie a* the flames from loves own saerjaw,
Aod beamtßK with the b. Ightest imlie of youth,
p, oe'atm * Shaw’s la the mace for I tatrntti.
Cutes de Vliite cal^j r^t fg| 6 e2 '' 188 a
« Como early, owing ro the rash.”
ao7-?s?7 it
pABBQN OlL.—The very best
braniiof
miSBCBCH KAHCFMTCBE,
{■>«* Kißr ' B ISWBMSb? tta
ao7-p?M-St 51 asd 53 9cnth Water fetreok
/"t LASS WARE—Pittsburgh Bot-
VJ t!ei of alrllzea.
Brandy S’s and fl*s.
Also, more scluappi Mi EocSa.
»Ac for talc bv A- Fi CKOBKIai,
mUsH-St 1 51 and 53 Santh Waterctreet.
T)HKE SPIRITS AND ALCO
J7 nOL —I msnuficlureßud offer fortale the above
pw]ttOH ASEBS.
A. y. <DEOSKBT, 51 ana 53 Boath Water itreat. .
no7-p52-L3; .
QLOTH STITCHED HATS,
A Fine Assortment,
m^¥°k s Ee * n,t ° t °j;BAiißrow! , il^ t -
A NNOUTTCSiIENT. —On and
f\ after ttls date wa retire from the General Gr>
cesy Trade, demote cur attentloa exclielve,? ta the
IMPORTATION ASD JOBBING OF TEiS,
At oorbwfnt location. Ti Bouth*Watarat. CUrTCO
“ dM C Wul “^;^ot; op?xe:in 0 p?xe:in- ft nAV-EKY.
Beorcfruted by Jamm A Pajboas. New Tori; G.
W- PITKIN *Dd J.nXHKEV, CblQßgO.
Chicago, November 2.1563.
CHICAGO TEA WAREHOUSE.
AT VrSOUSALG O-M.V.
$150,000
X IST TEAS.
71 BonthWahgsU i -|« WaU e =tr«t, k
COKFBI£IffO
lOCO balfcbastsToung Bison—common to choice,
eco “ “ Imperial, .
st» “ *• Giopowde?, u .
ICOO flr *’ QoJOOf. .
And be ion the largest asd best assorted itock#ver
offuea toVts-en Iwyen W»m unwa yews expe
rience Jalhe trade. »nd with facilities se-oad to no
Hocie in tae West, we believe we a einapoalttoa
to do mil joat’.c* to the waots of Mercoaota In the
1 trthv ml Our Price Current acd satnnlss seat Fan
toanvnclitbvmnUor»apr~e onafpTcaaon.
t»pec3Ai indcc.-menu made to country jobbers and
olMrlßie pjTKts ft hITCHY,
ItrooMers and Jabber*. 71 South Water street.
ncg-pa97tflet
QILSI OILS!
loco bWs. CARBON Olt,
100 b*l«. LIShKED OIL,
At DtanfAetui er'i nicet. UoCOKUICK A CAL
UBBOEg,'AlßrokeTt.au Boulh Valor stroeh.
JTcm
TWEVJES Mb CORDAGE.
i
Heavy Cotton and Linen GooJs,
WIDE DECK
Tents, Tarpaulins and Wa
gon Covers;
Flics AND BiSSEaS,
0/ 511k or Boatiag.
GILBERT HUBBARD & CO.,
£O7 Sonth Water St., corner at Wells.
gtfl-pSSS-y.aet
jpIKST NATIONAL BANK
OS’ CHICAGO.
Designated Depository of the
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Internal Bstcnueaumps snppkedlnaay ausitity
Blaalca aaiftall aarlJeaiart fop tls organization of
NATIONAL RaKKßiorniitedlrca ot ebargo.
Collection made to all parts or the country.
22 LASALLE STBEET,
ao7-ISU-3t33t
A FREM IU M
Cf oas eUbt per cast. paid
Legal Tender Mes.
HIGHEST PREMIUM Oif
Gold, Coupons, Demands
and- Silver.
MAKE MONEY
pylMlaEMldejQft’rlcß*! tenders sad cot yoar'TTC
jciatn,
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: * Corner Lake and Clari Stxeetr
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watch Ifcc Ptueola cots bus in wo.
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United state* B*co»Jtt»« ...... 739*0 00
OMoatMo Stock Of IKO
Accnnm’ated Jnterort, i.w* so
iOitfct Talce of Asset*.
‘Wv. B. Cusx. Secretary.
Western Branch Office ciD<*l»nati.
H. M. MiGiUi, General Agent"
peroled to Fire Insurance endwise 1 * and Us aim
-will be, to secure a oontiousnoe orpnJUcconfidence
bt a oioiipt and eo tillable asjnsrmeot ot ai fslr cislesa
for i*»sei-refertlag to Ua record of past service. as a
laitbfa guarantee cf/atme perforsanoe.
A fiist-claas mercastl e astern of Besldence Acenta
InalipilneipalcUleaandtowni. no:-p533-toI»ei
r AEE STREET STORE
WANTED
"Wanted to parcfiase a first class Store on Lake
str»*t bttssesu State street #nd Michigan avenue.
Api-lytO TOiiLINSON I3KOXHKKS. 155 Late street.
DO?-p52S2uiat
AND SEE TdCOSE ELE
axsr
Dress Silk Hats*
At TATLOB S NOf Eat Stare, 1M Randolph s’-reet.
Lb7psStlt J. HaB3TcJW, Cgest.
HEATING FURNACES.
(BEECHER'S PATENTS
AT BEECHER A PAaKEK’Sj
!fcO MADISOSgrKBST.
.903 14
. 19 “
REID’S
TEMPLE OF MUSIC,
88 & 90 Randolph and 69
Dearborn Streets..
CMekering & Sons’,
J. P. Hale & Co’s
P I AN OS,
Treat & linslcj’s
MELODEONS,
Monitor Organs.
ncß-p 136-pet
TURNER & SIDWAY,
VnOLESAtE
IiSATHEH
DEALERS,
IMPOBTSKS OF
fbenoh
C AXF SKINS,
And manufacturer* of
HEMLOCK LEATHER,
And tha due grades of
QJU£ T»JSiWJED.
CALF, KIP,
Upper and Harness Leather.
dealers in shoe findings,
HIDES MD OIL
We will sell Frmeh naif Btlas at curwat New Tori
nrices. cr by the case in Boad at a small advance on
cm coat, we alao offer all otter la our line at
Pew Tcrt prices. • dtUr g iro'gbt r.nheavy goodsonly
We have sow on baud a largo and well selected stock
eCOObldeaSl&Qsbterond EpaoUh Sole Leather cs
aca amvfe>g.
Store, 19 Lake-St,, Chicago,
Wanted always, for which the hlghert market price
win ba paid, prime lota of Kip ana * alf Shins In UK
hair. ocis-o3» utaet t TPhaa
Q.EO. G. POPE
Wholesale Lamp and Oil Dealer,
IM CI.ABK STBEET,
ie2o-a36-Sttaat
QTIO H MATZ,
Architect & Superintendent,
ta DEABBOBB OTBUI. CSIGAOO.
'J'HE PLACE TO BUT
CARPET BALL.
O I L CLOT HS,
WINDOW SHADES,
UPHOLSTERY GOODS,
HMUSTSB & WILKINS
PAPER HANGINGS,
Great Closing Out Sale
Greit Bargalas are Offered toCiose Oat Stceic.
E. G. E. FAXON,
- OF
B EBBING
MATTRESSES,
Spring, Hair, Husk, Ezcebior, Sea
Grass, &o.
H. KELLOGG, President
Comforters, Blankets,
SHEBTS. BILLOW SLIPS, 4c„
Tie Beet Assortment in the City.
LIVE GEESE FEATHERS,
Steam Oured. DB'satlj.ers.
WINDOW SHADES
NUMBEfi 119.
Jfta SUwfirtiaanrnt*.
is AX
CABPET3,
Curtain Groods,
ißisxmiEisra-
AND
OF ANT KIND*.
135 & lt-T LME STREET.
Qt3»p47-s<Tg-aATATU
Confers & ®sc«rali»u«.
AT LESSTH&S
MANUFACTURER’S COST.
ro EiAI£E BTSEET.
OI ©very description.
E. G-. L. FAXON,
VO Lake Street.
Fuller Beds. Bolsters & Pillows,
Tie Only Pisco in tie City.
E.. Gr. Xj. FAXON,
70 Lake Street.
OF BVEEY DESCBIPTION.
E. G. li. FAXOJf,
70 T. ARE STBS2T,
OCC C-plll LCt
GROCERIES
A LARGE AND FINE STOCK AT
WHOLESALE,
BY
S. L. BARRETT & CO.,
22 Lake Street.
aels>ir£C3 t tuasa net
UNITED STATES 5-20 BONDS
The u'd-rtlgned ere authorized to recelv* sob
sc.lptlcts iof^
, United States 5-20 Bonds,
Of the deronr.lnaMons cf 850 SICO. sso® and t1.020, c*
in ceinflcstas of ilegiate.ed Stock la tha name of the
applicant Interest will commence from.the date m
the dene site, and b jnda will he cellvered tare at par
* r The DeiSirmuit at Washington all
back order* fop these Bonds, we shall ha able to d»
liver them within tan days from the receipt of the
°We shall endeavor to keep a supply
lions on hand for sale at a small percentage above Par.
JT. A. ELUS Se. CO.
cell-cl 1m 2 tew saw net :
PAPER HANGINGS
AND
WINDOW SHADES
At Fricca that cannot toe undersold*
J. J. MoGEATH, 78 Eandolph-St,
ocl-PT2-30tnet
'T'HOMAS TRIPP, Dealer in
Petrie’ Celebrated Patent Perpetual :
CALBNDAB
CLOCKS!
Xhebart In tie trorld an! warranto!!
NO. 13
CUSTOM HOUSE PLACE. CHICAGO.
no 3 2«2-13:*net
IT. S. 5-20 B»Ms,
I stall ccntlnne to famish the
¥. S. 5-20 Six Per Cent. Bonds,
A3 long &3 Issued by the Government,
AT PAR.
F. ORANGES ARA.HS, BANKER,
ncsp!3T3inet tl CZ.AXIR STREET.
QHASV L.
WHol*2uAL£ T)gAt.gn is.
ID-A-IMIIPB,
Cexbon and Kerosene Oli
17K JLiVM3J BTKKSE>
»pl7-cCS-ly-cet
r\7B ARK PREPARED TO
¥ T FTJBNI3H AT SHORT NOTICE
Superior Sawed Havre! Ecadln*.
A Rood lot of dry stock now on hand. Fox oaio by
AHD£H r ios & SWEBTfISR,
ccMplwnot Ctosterdald, Ind.
Wrought Iron Pip®
LWD yitITMQB JOB BAH,
Al Wholesale T)» SL T. CBAIOE M Bgil.
«»lim»-ne* Ht.lOiwdUSWaii U>at»KC
TT'TB; AND EAB.—Dr, Lflww,
B\i Bupoß<OcnllsctodAurUt-whn»eeonfHeace
lahlr.ownehllny JniOfleahlta ;n w*rr*i.tuc a ‘• a i e
tar»er> cmeo where the orar«aa»*n oe*terttn
OOn. CORObormUdMbfiUb; iho toprobaw^a
’yatroMgeof the most inflaentUT cin«« ®j* l i‘V 00 S?.
Itrr fcft torild TMPKIfJI y»a ■ i wfcliy “{
afflicted to c»C <m bin Ms
do obetteet, cornet oUbuthOftfi
sTob 'AiDtrtiHnnmt*.
£>BS GREAT AMERICA*
SAFES.
KANTT/Acnnan) bt
DIEBOLD, BAUMANN & CO.
THE IMKKMSI SALES
usiifijs to ik; ararrs of tamu
mo Buaisiss nan
Can afford to bewithoutona.
FOB BALS QT
F. W. PIUTTT,
IS LnwUle Street* Chicago. Hl«
prtS-OgTMOtaCt
HAND KNIT WORSTED GOODS,
ROMAN SHAWLS,
SLEEVES AHD SOABF3,
KKIT HOODS. BUBIaS a» d sort mm.
A Croat la: of
Infant’s Hoods, Loggings,
Mittens, &c.,
Zephyr Worsted and Woolan Yarn,
cosniEsrcsiJ surrsni.
We aro daUrrsoflTlDC f-eah £o3iisai'l acflihara afc
tie DOVTESr CI33TKICSS.
MiNS WCOL Hr. HO«. CAPS Atn>
mxrssa.
SUTTON & BURK ITT,
il and 15 lasalle Strict.
6pl4d2S.eS
QKOVER & BAKER’S
SEWING MACHINES
Were awarded th« bistort rrtm nma at Ihaftllovlsf
eutoPaln Of 1363,
iob ms pssr FAMirr sbwtvq wvchihw
JBE BEST MANUFACrURtBO MV
CBISBS AND tBR BXfIT
MACHIHR WORK;
K6W YORK STATE FAIB.
i»ltt*T FOKFaMILT WA
k lUBT PnE«iUH FOB DODBL-SlllttgAD lUL-
CR‘NK,
yn>iT Pi:gVTTT\f FOP. MACHINE WORK.
• ITIBIffOST STATE FAXit.
FIRST PBKMI‘'« FOB PAMXLT MACHINE
H*ST V-KKVITTM FOi» MaI«U 'AUTUBISQ MA-
Fliurr PREMIUM PCB MACHINE WORK.
lOWi STATE FAIR.
FIP3T PBBMIUM FOU F4MILY MaIHTNK.
f IhAT PBEMIUM FOB MaNUEnCTURIAO MAr'
•EBTt-BEHIOH roll KICEIiJB WORK.
MICHIGAN STATE FAIR*
FfKtT PREM'UU FOB FAMICT MACHXVV.
PREMIUM FUR MANC/AOfUEISO IKA>
FXHSTFhEMIUM FOR MACHINE WORK.
INDIANA STATE FAIT.
FiKST PREMIUM FOB MACHINE FOS ALL PUB
PCS4B
FIRST PitEUILM FOR MACHINE WOTS.
ILUNOIS STATS FAIR.
FIRST PREMIUM FOR MACHINE FOR ALL PUB
fob machine work.
KENTUCKY STATE FAXB.
FJBar FR2UIUM FOR MACHINE FOR ALL PUB*
pil« va
FIRST PREMIUM FOR 3IACHINR WORK.
TmmTim state paib.
PIBST PBSAimJI FOR MAMTFACTtTSISQ HA
pfks/pRBMIUM FOR BEAUTIFUL MACAW*
WORK.
OHIO STATE PA»B.
FIRST PREMIUM FOR MACHINE WORE.
Tte above comprise* aH ite Fairs at which th«
GBOVKB * BAKER MACHINES were exhibited thi*
sear. At nearly all of them do leading Senlag M*-
chlres were la competition.
Tte eHOVER A BAKER S. M, CO, »t« de only
parties who manufacture and rel'. machine* which
both SEW PEEFECILT and EMBROIDER FES'
FECTLT.
We do not deem It ea.eutlal nor fln ! It aeceeeary, ta
order to tell oar machine* to deprese-.e the many ex
ceUeut productions of our competitors: but.oa tt«
contrary, we prefer that parties la quest of a truly so.
perlor and reliable article, elder Ibr family nse or
icaau/acturmg purposes, should make an examina
tion sod coirpsilflcn of ourlati stand most approved
Machine* wld an; aud all others in the market, and,
to facilitate such Inquiry, we appeal the name* and
places cl business of oar principal competitor*, to
■wit;
IM. SINGER & CO, Sherman Howe.
A. B. HOWE,
WHEELER & WILSON, 1C 6 lake st
FINKLE & LYON, 102 Lake st
FLORENCE, 121 Lake st
TAGGART & FARR, 133 Lake st
WILCOX & GIBBS, 333 Lake st
.'-And we have urgently to request dat our custom
e?rsida'lctbcr«.no6 folly advised a* to do relative
merit* of de OHO VSR A BASER Machines. wol.be
fore pnrchsilas even from or, make de examination*
and comparison* above indicated. Aad If we have
omitted the names cl any rerpeotabla masufACtU'ere.
wewll\onbelflg«iivleedof the fact, cheerfully and
gratuitous 1 y add dam to do atov e list.
Grover & BiicrS. M. €o..
IIS I. lliE STREET.
ccgT-sgiS-awrc -ihasa istp
JUST RECEIVED.
DIAMONDS
FOB THE
Northwestern Fair.
A large Invoice ol Rich Diamond Gods. ofLatftaa
Stu («.• | sco to *1410: Kings fom $35 to $700:
Gent's PU9 from |M to each, and a beaatUul as
sortment ci
BIOS ENAMELED GOODS,
purs, BiHos, BSACEiEia, buttons.
And full Seta of Hick
Coral) Pearls, Ameikyat, Onyx, &c**
ITSE FT.EHCH MABBLE CLOCKS.
Bronze Statuettes, OH Falullogs, it.,
At the Fajhlnablo Jewelry Store of
JAMES K. HOE&, 117 lake street
ocSi-pUMOtnet '
T)R. JA M*B S .
POEM2BLY OF
JAME&’ HOSPITAL.
Custom Hooso Gtraet, ITew Ox leant, La*
ESTBUSHED 15 1830)
NOW OF
86 Randolph Street, Chicago, Dl.,
Specialist In the watseat Of
Old Cubcqtio Maactrmai. Blood and eoa ox*.
*ya OsoaklO fftkXSHM.
Corea them, without resorting to Msrcury, lodide
PoUselt. Arsenic o* B.vs%pari:la Or James osu a
NzoTßALizna, warm is x poiiriva corns In all blood
diseases. Organic Weakness, brotuht on byaxcen,
o«er taxation of badness, or entailed hereditarily,
causing loss of me so j, nervona and general debility.
Ac cored by an infallible unethod. and tho only core
torttlewtaamsaa— tavlngboth time and exoense
Old Diseases of the MOST UOBHZ3LE CL6OS,
where the blood has become poisoned, producing
biothtsonPa face small watery pimples, pales la
the bead aid botes. olecratsd threat note, limbs and
Cody, scrotala. together with an .endless number of
SlifTdxl-23
Dc James Is recommended by tho press generally ot
tha South tbemQilcalfsca:tysadpro.'e,sorsct ae>
icalcoitgca Ac. Thoseasflicted.sucaldapplylam»
dlately and be cored of these terrlolA diseases.
RememberCr. James* Odlca aad Parlors are at SC
•Randolph.between State andDenrborasta. .. ,
Offlco open from 9A. hi until &P. is Consnltattopa
inviolable. no£i>4W 3*-net
OTICE.
OFFICE OF SUPERVISING BPRCI AL ABBBT.)
iißMf AOUOT U. a. TtiAior Dwumjf. y
CiscrssjkTi October 3l»t. 1363. V
HotlcMs hereby given that aathoMty for the par*
c'n&t of proaocis of inmrrectlODsry Btafa may o«
t-turned at this office, or from B B Bonner. d*i.
Assistant loeclal Az*ntat 3s Loots or&onTaom**
H.Yesimsr.Eiq , awlrantSpecla Agent at Memphla-
Tho plica at walch such prodnc*s cm he broog'.*
atdersnsaaothotliycjafielena. lathe State of Ar-
BBoias; Coiiath. m the State of UUslaalpvl: M«a*
cbla.l&Rianee7For*Pl!low. ClirtirtLe SubvlUe.
rnr It bn. Columbia. She! by villa. Murtfeesboro.GaLa
tin. Lafayette, UcMia&Tllle.KnaznUe and Oreenvwe.
in tic State of Teirtcaee; an! under the authority
granted allpionncu brought to each Place* by well
rlhpoiedpenona.ntnbe purchased and transported
locatUtlaloiaLStuea, , . .
Authority will only be granted to psrtona of good
Character and tsnqoeaUoned
•nnmMrg Special’AEttt, Treajnry Department,
FlutAgeccj, no.*jwlU3wß.vT*T
VTOTiCK TO BRIDGE
J.A BUILDEBB. _
tniQEor the Bo iso or P 73tin wosxa. I
raigjao.SoTSitet7tb.i3S3. f
BKAIrSD PROPOSALS will to icoaitod at mlaotßco
ozlUi u A IL, Ttmrsd*y. S.TomOsr-Mai.
uiuf ttaßotpawm open lha sama jOr a wiAto «
rash street. Brtdfce balidirs are tarlt*d »o«ot>oic
\htlr owe plaos wltt Uielr froposali rbe BoaW, re
ft rtea lha »!«ht ;o adof,*. *nck pUs a* Jk»J 60 doemtd
by tasm best for ite li.t area* of tba cut. ..
■Xttblds must bo sealed
bond to bo approved by tno Board- N*i£Jn£l?f«S
. t> {Board of Mobile Works. Udoraed * Proposal*lor
ibe rl*h*. to rsject any or ail
TfoSSStfuSSpaut. :t ll.6.e. S J i «r ; o=Mb
1 PRED L*TZ,
O. J ROSS*. .
Board of FabUQ Work*.
l*U«t
aurora seminary..
tUNTTEII lEBSt
Opena December l-«h. «*£•
I>i3 onflcftna X
1» b*« • jjnn AQd ibto ®®fl?• »(113tk!n To®
?Sff
1 i.5
I tf -
OmjiA Jfflffffifca £*• Vld Hir« ATtt^
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