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T\B JAMES, (formtrly of Mow
Orleaxt) whote norlva}ledcnee«uli the treat*
Sicflt cf ihrehie. Mercurial, Bioot uA otter
THAT REQUIRES SKILL «UL TSBATUEST,
3Uipennacently located tlmself at PC Bandslpb-it.,
Chicago. Dr. James J» recommended by ihe medical
faculty. and the almost e atlrt preai of eta 6omh
Thousands of nnforttna'-e »i— Dr. JAMES, who.
Imt for litis, would be living a sdcrable existence.
The enviable reputation Dr Jamei esjojt from the
Jakei to the Gulf, Is the retnll of yean of study and
Observation,
Dr. Jairee met so Mercury, lodide. Potawll, Arsenic
DrCaxsaparlUa Inthe treatment of blood disease, but
ft nentnUJzoT.which is a poelure cute.
- Organic Weakness cured by a new and infallible
jnettod. saving both lime and expanse.
Office end parlors ai Bfi Bavdolpb street, (np-italra.)
Office tours from 9A. M until SP.M.
COKBULTATIOKS INVIOLABLE,
806 1 48C-Sw
CICKNESS AT THE MINES
K_? It li a terrible thing for tbe mb trio be trcsCta*
ttdbycutaaclt hl*f*rcffc*iDD,»hfieorlrsUocj*je
many and comforts see. To txotict themselves
against sock a contU.g- ncy, let all who propose Tint*
3sathecold Oder, piovtce themselves with a supply
OfHOftIETTEB'& bTOttACH itUThRS. AlULjags
Beneath tbe sen sremor* or lest fallible but.ir hu
man testimony caused to ether la volumes, and of
tLe atrongert Kind, be worth a straw, thek taiafa*
znons piepaiauon Is me boat ptcosuoa against <-li*
oatet which tofretbevraclap*. tbathas yet been dis
covered, and U. la fa*t, asn.'r*ujßLaai any bine
c nrociel by bom«n skdl can be Thousa ai who
care tiled If diclareu.ktaaM*o(lt will nent.auze
too pernicious nnaUles o - unwholee' , me water, and
that Its habitual uie wJu so braie tbeiystesasto
render it capable of reiWmz me de.eurtoas influ
ence of ulaama. in Oullfomla u ha most popular
article, and us**! almost universally oy the m't.ers as
adlebdilok, Wherever lis pro pe-res Become lcoo«n
ai d appreciated all oral* ary etin n aols are discarded
and tab pare and heaitnrul vegetable route substltu*
tod for «£em. nc3 plg-ttT-rntsxTl»
riATARBHI CATAUIIHM
W DR. EtELTE’S LIQUID C ATARSH REMEDY".
& sure care iot catam or Cold In tbe bead. It is
easier to core CataUXH t an CosaCHPiuoff. Tbe
aymptomaoj Cat an b at cm are ebcLt. Persons
bate :»co:d and tavefrequeat attacks. are
more scusa’lve to the changes oj temperature. Toe
pcaemay be dry, ora slight ciccharge, (Ulu and acrid*
becoc.li g thick and udLe*lve. as tbe due tee becomes
chronic, anon got rid of Blowing the nose or falia
into the threat, and U hawked cr caogbed otf. The
breath iKcomts oneneve. It mty deet oy tbe *an*«
of suicl! ae«j cause dmfne/s «c. Price of OaU’Mi
Leircxy 12 00. Bent b> express. Office JO Suu’h
Clark afreet (upstairs) AudrvesDr. u 11 SKBLTC.
Pott Office £oz 4551, Chicago. Xil. Bold by all Drug-
AU ts. otX-nt3lltutrTn&sx
*l' 3E2j U 3S 5
Bhcnlder Braces. Abdominal Snpporten, E!«Pc
Ac.. atJ.D 6KALhif*i> Trass £ttab<
iehmenu
128 Clark Street, Chicago, ru T
ole proprietor and ujuioiacturor or tbe liard rtsbher
Truss, under Riggs A Goucjear’e Patents. TblaTruss
CTBtislitiptoite.and frees tac cord from all preaeme
Slcevermst, break chale. gall or blister, can be
Qfc sllfl or ilmbsr. used in bathing, always clean
and poodaanaw. Persons wishing ml* Truss can te
acootalelr cued, by sending tine in inches arcund
body in line of rapture deft-cfiM-ly t.
HOLLOWaY-S PILLS —Un
mceesary Tort=xe.-PaiPiiaTios or the
IlEaftT.-l nebUeaing. b.ts'xrias.ssllratiPS and tor*
tuiing m«hc<i of’be mt der trea'tcent oi dl«ea«e
tends to tbe desuccuoa ntoor tnao the presenrauon
of human tile PUj siclans a certain routine pre*
scribed ter their »ocr» oprno.Pi from which there
Is no oeparturr tbe laws of tae !»< de< and Perrlans
were not wore Immctab e t- an the dicta of tkli Ora*
contsn Coce that coscces men to peculiar dogmas on
penalty ot excision. Utrramnieled br particala?
rules Hollowsy** system on toe contrar yls baud on
the simple laws of salute Palvi-ation is often the
effect of Indigestion. ciso?d*-is of tae elomacb or
nervous afltejo l s. By thvir action on the stomach
and nerves '.he Puis remove tie cau’e and effect a
rmolcalcuie. uo!-n»ei iv
n R S. W. &J. HUNTER & VON
IBAPEK treat all Chronic Disease*, such as
ColdE.Coorha.Con*naiption. Asthma, tbe Lurgv.Bean
Stomach. Kicneyt, Bladdei and tte Bowels.Dyspepsia,
litarrhea, bfuectory. Goat. Ebeumf.Utm. ParaTvals. Hip
Disease, BweiiPcs. an - all complaints o? woiea
and children-Bore £y«* and Kara. Cataract Discharges.
Hoar log and Buzzing Bounds APo
CAR CARS, OLD BOBBn OB ULCERS. TUSIERS.
WENB. PILES AND PIiTULA.
"Without cutting wii the knife. Ali lettersmrit eon*
tain tea cents for a *ptedy answer. Drs. W. AJ.
HURTEIt a VCR BAOkR. Box bOTS, Hours from 9>
A.w.tobP.M, Office 81 iianoolph street, corner ctf
Dcsrborc. Chicago. Illlocts fgSg^tTly
T OST BAIR RESTORED.—Per
-LV sons afflicted with prenature G*ayne?s. Bald
ue#s. Nervous Headache, Jtxcersive Looieniogof the
Hslr.iuteit-e Itcil -p »cn*a'lon of me 6*.alp Scruff,
Dandruff. Wens, an 1 all Co'hcccui Erupt! Ms of the
Skiu. should conrult Dr J FiVR. Offlce 77 B. CiUE
street. P o. Box Ci9s. Coosaltatloulrte.
Aolp2inw __ •
J)OCTOR BIGLOW,
CONFIDENTIAL PHYSICIAN,
clSLLpnla. and coc cauitilibcd for the
Xasttwo yeaisat
279 S. Clark St., corner of XConroo.
Tie cßpsnrilelcd meets* cf tie Doctor in an epee!*]
aiee**n.xn«leßt<d iemn!e. recommen: b ulm to the
pcbllc *s deserving or pwtrOLuce He bu cared the
wontcast* known II the country, end it resnauneod*
©d hlehif by tie press vberever liehb»|t«*n. ua wa.l
edncoteo tad tcleioflc T*fcv*leioi. E.c.ote two
■tempi acd ftt hifi • GUI ■'K TO HEiXTH. M
Boorrs eepezete for Udici erd gett’emcn where
thbTcenite the Doctor only, et ei-vtimc tons 8 a.
M. to bP. It,
IF*Coctalthtfosstrce. P.0.80x 15L
4W; &W
YiREEK AND PURPLE HAIR
V_l are often the result* el applylrc the ordinary
dye*. The only safe arUc e which luvar'ahiy pro
duce* ary ih»de ncr lor debited, from a fine amber
crown to the lotenmtbiau 1*
Crkufloro , a Excelsior Dye.
Zt pervade* every fibre from the root U> the tp with
the tit gerrgo red. and «e-daily feed* the hair with
the ailment which U reaatfbe to promote m growth.
».t* loam, !'• permar eace ar d Its beauty.
aucoactnreo by J. CBISTALOrtO. 6 is tor Honte.
Ycrt Sola everywhere, and appdtd oy au
n.i* timum ’ rr *
Price. (1 *l*o. and (3 per box according to Axe,
ocis-ohio-im
Arm BIOLOGICAL Villi VY OF
UABBIAGS.
Containing nearly soo p ices, and ISO flee Rates and
Shgravtr ca of the Au«tomy of th« ficxaal Organs in
acute '.(Health sod Disease. with s T.*e*U***»n Self.
Abuse. Its D’pioratile consequences upon tbe sued
and liory, a Ita tbe Aoth re Plan of Treatment—the
onlynU'.ocslaidsuccessful atde ofcare.a* shorn
bytbeieronof c*»i* treated. A truthful adviser to
the x&atrud. and there C'PtempUtlofe ma-rUce w&o
acteMs'D danht* of their physic* l cctd-Urn. Seat
free of postage to at y aocr*es. on receipt or zs cants,
in stamp# O’ t»ef , a , . currency, by addrtvdng Or.LA
CBdlX, Ko Si Maleen Lane. elosny.N.T.
oclits^im
PILES! PILES !I
L SB, WITFIELD'B
VEGETABLE pill®,
’•Art warranted a certain core for FISTULA. BUND
OB BLE&DIKG files. • .
We would caution i.M Are victim* to this fils
ircitli it compl*l tto arid tht-ascot external appj
satlons w ;tej rfttcit orljla*txrav»Un« incaisoaf*.
I'r. Wim‘ftD'B remccj remoTeitiltcauaa oi 3e
flseece. end ifrcui u permanent cn e.
THIS 16 HO grt E MEDICIKB,
There P\.’s hare tee-: tried for the isst wren yean,
cedis no lr«Usce bare nnedtocure
FrioeSO eetiiperbox. Rent ft? mantoaay aldreii,
J. YOUNG. sole proprietor.
_ , w „_ T „ 4?1 Broadway, ii. T.
For «i2s by FLICS & BHARP. ui Late area* cm.
MP.O.XL. jfe3»ias»6-8a
O’AIK DYKI RAIR DYKII
tL BATCnJCLOITS celebrated HAJBDTSIB TEX
Her nr rra* Wpann. The only Extaonen. Thus end
katiama Dyt known. This eplsadid Ealr Dye is
{•artem— Sal, Baity or Grey Hell tuetaatly,
orlap the Eair or •tal’lac the
toft and Beautiful; l7U*m froth Tralirr. f-eoseatly
reitcrlne lie pH'.Utf color, and uie tit ececu
31 Bed Dyes. \uu Gerclne la slsjsed Wxli.ia* A,
Satcetlox. aa other* ere mere Imitations, aac nhonid
jjexTclicd told by ab Drnctiate. Ac. factory, sj
Barclay strset. New Tori ’jTgaSTMy
jyjEDICAL CARD.
xsBY E. moipsojr, v.d.,
Rreduatc of the I.'ow Eagltt d Femele tfcaiee! Cel
iCffe.et Boston. rtipcetiQuy tnsonaees thee lie bes
spent deu oCc« lo \Ue city. H«y rg cr*cilccd a year
In the New York la urn ary for the dltiisesoi w£nen
end cn! dren. ebe ro;ic.t« >‘he patronage of ibe pa Tie
orctlceyoend v.cln’ty. Othc 2SH St«te at-eet
ootre from Bl 11&..M U.ABF fi TfcOV£PSDS.
BoPXZXCZS;—V’B. j.lhc C. flalDC*. Hrs 2. T.
Gardner Mra.F.C. 6hcrc.an, lira. W.S- Evder.
O'-11-cr. It.
•joft (\(\ REWARD, -A Re
wf of Thirty Dollar* wfll be
paid for EAt H cf’he jcVcwlns desorbed persons,
c«BencTF from tbt United State* Marine Corps.}! aa
preheit-td end dell vert a to ttecommandlfig officer
at the Mtrire Harructs. Ca'r n . 11. They were an'uted
at aaoce. cited .vrom ij« Lyr.flrf Vi?hb. C n lCi‘gd.
lUinciF: ...
DAMD BAEER-19 year* of aye. 5 feet sXlnc*e*
but; binttyri.U.nthair aas Ocoaps
tlonb»llcwß MeVar. lkinatLcnlsvii,e,By.
JOF2* CLEAET-a years ol age; 5 feet 9V laehw
blph; hrcwceycs b e*kctir. iusm comn.esion. Oc
Bern la Ire.'tal,
BIJsM ELD EH—2l ytersot age ; Sfeet SKtecbe*
hlpb; itc? eyts. black Lair, rodtsy cotrrdexloa. Oc
■oorauoLi,ato:cj. Eoxnti Ltuisyl3e.il/.
JOHN GoTj HAIID-25 yean of age; 5 fact 5X inch*
f tfs Occ-Wtht ‘•et». fair complexion. Occo
patlon laborer. Horn in Germany.
CEALLCS HOFHIEaD-22 yeen of age; 5 feet 6
irrl efct'gh; blue eyea. <i£ht Lair, rsdty complexion.
Occupation Laborer. 'Horn la Germany.
DAMfcL EnHEUAEBU-18 yean cf
7X itebtk high; grey eyes der* heir, ruddy cjm
piezton. CcctpauonLah.rnr. Born at Bedford. Pa.
ViCBSEL OBTEEUATSB—S3 years of ae«: Sfbst
Mother high candy Lalr.ilgtitcoainlexlOA
OccoietionfamicT, Born In Germany.
UALCCUI WAIT—29 yean of age*. 5 teet 9 iechtl
high ‘.blue ci tt, dark hate, light complexioa. Oocnpa
tlcnrsnser. Eortlntta eof New Fork.
JACOB YOUNG—3B year* of age: fi feet IX laches
hiyb: bine eyoa.d»rk hair. Ur hi rompleilczu Occu
.paucfiFanLer. fotnln6C. Loolt, «io.
By order. DIVTD D. POKTKB,
Bear Admire} Com'* Mite. Sctudron.
Cairo. Eli.. October SI. 1663. noS-piifiMwli
\\l ATER CUES AXD HO
f T IKEOPATHICSIEDICAL INFffiMSBT.
2S2X STATE STREET.
i’r. H G. TOWKSSND, recently from Brston.Ha‘B,
l*rorrl<Ur.
ifi* boMreri arrangements of this wtabjlshmeal
CJtapreLenCs:
Ist General Practice. fer wl Ich Sr. Townread h&s
a ccttjr tett M|pr**te Physician,
‘W «. niceaVtTsewluverbal orwrttlea direstUzs
Ur hcc ctrumxct
M. jvranipeet for Female DUeaeea, also for apecUl
cases ct Kervons Debility of Milts and Fest.es.
K« males Tl»ir*cg tbecity *QlwUfitng Medical Adnoe
aaa fiepiavtded with ales room* tsa the ballot aars
lokoi veryratoaabla t« se Dr. Tuwnteidbaa his
rocn.e to arranged mat patient* vuirlnc hta office
te*er ate any <.n»- bn’, -.li* D*. h letters ad
*»r.TOWNeE.*>D z-ix. tta-entreat Cfilcago.
*.i, viii u© piooibUjf ecswert-o. ConiulLsßoQ tree
<>ffic«loa!sfr N ni OA. M.-09 P. if. ppipiao lc-U
HEMP AND KLAX-MANU
FACTUHKUB —TbC CKO WELL UACQIK&,
Tor Breaking and Scutching Hemp and flax
ti pjobsb:y toe only Machine to toe « O Md toatc*n
«OD-pll£iiiQ OL©cpef*Uat.tofe two oitectLwbS
terc’ctonbave rc«:mredtwoui*Usc.
At add feral cuu.barol workmen. •"*"*
Tfii# ttvchlrc *ik> rtoeb lt» work wiib an additional
eavlr g or blue, tcaicblngont a rauen g vater amount
cf Flint*. ieiun.to£toe ntrecluiaei and more eLky
than any ototr knows Machine It cleats mown a
or tattled straw, equally *• weU u straw for long
I‘rtftoci wbolave urefl ttla Machine will sow cm
roctler.aatbtyfi'd 1: w.ll produce a mrchiarger
gnai>t!:yof clear fibre, aia that tue acre *• worth
f.cm tao tc '.luce or oicre cotta par porno, uoie toas
tfiki notuewi by u nr other Macalr.M.
Fo>cte dobing *.o pa;cbwe «acfilne* orwthtee
uLformation cooesrstog tbeta. I win ntt-aae aT
orm J, £ CiU'VSLL.
_E<sp£S-iw!e * Cfieiaea. Maas.
T? ID GLOVES CLEANED IN
■AX a »nl>c«or iraonrr. „ ■
108 booth dark Street.
w Uo kl tLe mfiowau: places s»
State street; l« Brate street; ai Stato
.5-: Faria Dye Uonre SMonh Clarlt
IUST NATiON'AL BANK
oo T . or Chicago,
LASALLE STREET
CAPITAL PAIDIS
E. Aietk, Pieilaent,^ 1 *'
p'BEKCH ZlfcC PAIKT.^BriI
tusUr ?or file by JutKPHM. stp.ung. iadJi
<»rttnfii««t. to t »K«ni V»MJe Moauroe CorouiV
J l «ri*. t or f4le Ly LBWIii. p2Tcs &co kny *
C£lr^?n
■\TOTICE TO SHIPPERS OF
TALLOW. LtKP. OBEAfiB. *t.-Tb« nam*.
fic&ed pay tueir particular att«a£lo&»Atbeeaioo(Tni.
low. and «u deep atocice, Any ooatlgßzneata Mat to
tfeen vill be prompt'y dlrpoecd trf. ead cuuk return
tnade. on ter* adracuurrooa term*. Wo mall ou
weakly »rtoac«iTentrraU« to an aendlar their %c
dreewelo " ei ” DUGHT * ftONV.
Mlfi-OTMoi o WaMritr«et.M«v tftf
BaoOltig tjatDroart.
SADDLERY, HARDWARE
SLEIGH BELLS,
HORSE BLANKETS,
SADDLES,
CARRIAGE TKDLTOGS,
LEATHER,
HOYT'S LEATHER BELTING.
■ Condict, Woolley & Co,
No. 52 Lake Street.
tccl-?2261mj
JJAYDEN, EA.Y & CO.,
45 and 47 Lake Street,
Kanufhctureai and Deafen in
SADDLERY HARDWARE
Spring:*, Axles, Knte.BpoX©e, Felloes,
Canltee Bodies and Seats,
•lied Gloili, Patent Xiea/Mer,
CAEEIAGE TRIMMINGS,
Horse Collars, Blankets, Whips, Lashes*
—AND—
Harness Leather.
A. ORTMATER & CO,,
Manufacturer* and Dealers in
S .A. ID ID ID E S,
HOUSE COLLARS,
Whips, Horgeßlankets, Plough
Harness, &c.,&Ot
44 LIKE STREET, UPSTAIRS
W63 mSCMSw *
§at», ®ap», Jure,
WILLIAMS & FITCH
85 Lake Street, Cblcmgro,
WBCLSEUX PZkLSSa IS
HATS, CAPS.
FURS.
ftrt now prepared to offer by the package or dose*
much the largest, moat attractive and
cheapest stock of
Bat*, Gaps, Far*,
BaektUn tiood*,
Baflklo and Fancy BobM.
UMbrellas,
liftdles* Hat*, dt*.
Tobeioonawcst of tbe sea board, all of which w
mu and will call as low as any Arm East or WEI2
Special attention la invited to our extecstvesfeckc
For Caps and Ladies & Gents’ Fsh
OSDEBB
wm receive prompt attention of ore of our firs
Weber, Williams & Fitch.
sag kyp-Sm
®Yprt»£ ginu.
\TEW FREIGHT EXPRESS
-Ll , LIjJE.
PLATTSMOUTH, GLENWOOD,
COUNCIL BLUFFS & EDDYYILLE
The cnderelgned bare «t*bll«hed a Team Line from
aao to tae above points, and a *ll carry freight via
6t£mXTos ASD BIISSOCU RIVER,
AXD
Cblwgs, Bnritegtoa ltd Qnlnfj Railroads,
Althe below glren rates per lOOpoovdsuntn Sores*
ber lßt,l9£S.
M latcu**. 2d do. Sddo. frhdo.
Chicago to Council Bluff*
and Omaha |U» (2.70 (2 60 aaw
After November Ist. and nnifl farther notice—
Chi capo to Council Blodh
aedOsaha. .....fSCS (295 <2.85 (279
Merchants and shipper* o-.trssttoc the traasporu
tloa of thefr.fraJrtt to the undersigned can rely on
apeefly trsatportatlon.
Goods win be chained according to Eastern elaaal*
a cation. Be particular and mark packages via
**SUSLZNGTONAND KDDYVTr.T.Tt,-
For fbrtber lalb msHoa aocly to C. P.HENDBIE ft
CO* Connell Bluffs r TOOTLE * HANNA. PUttS
mouth; £. 8. BOSBYBHELL. GIODWOOdFISH ft
WIGHTHaS. SddyriUn.
« « _C. r. HENDBIS ft CO.
CouncU Bluffs, Oct. 9 ISS3.
Forfortherlnlftnnstlon apply to tbe Geol Freight
Office CM’ego, Burlington ft Quincy Railroad Com*
ptny. Chicago. ociß 0250-8 m -
1863.
Western Transportation Company
AND
WESTERN EXPRESS,
TEB WK> TERN TBS NEPOBTATION COMPANY
**avf made arrasgemeat* to ms their Lake (team
frope2en on altercate days with tboie cf the
IffiW IOBK CENTBIL
ass
gicmcij CENTBAL BAILROAM
ALSO—
THE WESTERN EXPRESS,
Sunning over the New York Central BaCroad to Bur
ado. atd connecting with the various Jlulroadsrtm
ainr west and the cufrreut libw# ol Propellers os
;te Upper and Lower Lakes. *
ForbQa ot lading and contract* via Canal or Ball
road, arply t > tbe following agents •
HCGd £ LLKit, No. l. Cmi-Uie Slip. New York.
BVEBJSTT CLAPP. No. l. Counts* Blip. New York.
AUG. C iLSBN. No. i Co'Ltlse blip. New York.
B. O.CHABB.USFier. Albany.N. Y.
8. G. t BAS& 131 Elver street, Troy. N.Y,
J.L. BUBO A CO.. Bard’s Dcck.Defrolt.Uleb.
E. A. BUCK, Green Bay. WU.
J. JT TALLUADQB. U. ft P. D. a B. B. Dock. IKB
ystkee. w U.
WBSXBBN ZBAN6POBTATZOB CO M Saffslo.
JNO HSAM ft CO M Erie.Pa,
BOND A MOKP.m Cleveta&d .Ohio.
HOPKINS ft GEIFfTTH, Toledo. Ohio.
W. F. DILL. Ohio.
A P. DUTTON. Baclne. W!s.
KENOSHA PIER COMPANY. Kenoehs. WJ.
W. H. WEIGHT* Waukeens. HL
j. F. KIRKLAND, Sheboygan, n Is,
JT. W. TLITLB,
WMtern iceat. Ko. 2 Etttertr«t.Cli!Mn.
sea m»yj am *
Jail anb ill inter €loll)ing.
gCOTT, KEEN & CO^
'Wholesale and Retail Sealers in
FINE CLOTHING,
Officer’s. Uniforms,
SLOTHS, CASSMKRES, TESTINGS,
FURNISHING GOODS,
Tnmks, TiaveUng Bags and Valises
136 LAKE STREET.
ocsrqsssra
Gr. W. GRAHAM & CO.
WSOLES&LS GBOCZES.
Central Commission Merchants,
—ASD
STEAMEOAT AGENTS,
45 & 47 FRONT STREET,'
NEW ORLEANS,
GEO.W, GHASAV,;La*e of Halbday, Graham *
..... „ >Co^NevOrleans anaGralum
WM, C. G RAH AH, J a Co„ C&iro.lUiocia,
Bpectal attention firea to Sa’lari*. pianlcrfi’ and
Alum beat orders lor fluppUci andGtorst,
Consignments of Western and Sontbprn Prodnce *
and orceie for the pnrehate of Cotton. Boxar and
Moluiei. saddled.
nxyzß to:
. Venn. Henry Arrei * John J. Bie. Am
brose Keeaer. Hiq. BnLonls,
SplcmcsStnrgeßSoPs Cblctro.
i^o.S'Au- E ‘ ,t * Wm - g:bszi “
r A®, Caitiff; uessrs. Char.OiL'yaer&
C y£°‘ CO! pICI-69t
QTSTERS, OYSTERS—Fifth
V/ Annual Bale of J. c. MAHOKY^
CELZBEITE3 BILTMORE OYSIIRS.
Hrnurecrtrea oi.aclMlT..sK;cT tOTt',«vortv
SS&mriS"oS"KSSJ° •S 1 “ PrfoSttM dßm
s?^. •_and eosaoiscn win sna h
sssssssfSSßivr’ ■
C<ma well filled and ITuniittißieri
Time.
AUorfien filled prosper. Oorwotto u opposfgot
to all monopoly andbisbiwieea. H. BA.KBOEN* go
F.O.DrawerSMfi.
JgNVELOPE WAREHOUSE,
So. 12 E, Qaik-at., Chicago, 111,
Iberoon hast and >m receiving dally the Itrgect
and beat awotUrent of Envelope* ever brought to
tbl* cartel.-waich I ■will tell by tasibox or Inure cr
coantitlee at mancActtmra price*. Mr nock com*
Bruce all tizra ana QuaUce*. Iron the smiHutnote to
ae largest legal.
Order* taken tooajmfaclcrtany oddilze* ocsbort
notice.
tor c. wmiFOßo,
no2-p2i3 Ct
&RO 000 TO LOAN* ON
improved Farm*. within IB
or Chicago. in rami <*|loooto *5.000.
on Tlirce to Fire Tears Time.
A oc&pk%& l ’ EtßSOMB * U8 Randolph CUcwb
Ciicaga tribune*
SATUEDAT, NOVEMBER T, 1883.
We extract the followlrg from, a Jong arti
cle on this subject published inth * Mark Line
£vprea.. It contain# important facts:
The nee of salt in the food of cattle must
rot be looked upon as a direct producer of
flesh, so much as a necessary element of the
tcoLomy without which ■nlmnls are apt to
perlth from dhease, bnt with which the body
is kept in a normal and healthy state. ' Not
many years ego a German agriculturist, Übe
ranker, brought forward an experiment which
1- in direct accordance with opinion.
Wishing to obtain some exact notion ot the
it flnence which saltexercired upon his sheep,
the flocks of which lived upon a low. damp
pasture land, and received habitually a cur
tain dcse of salt, he fixed upon ten shcep-and
struck off their usual allowance cf salt. This
remarkable experiment was continued lor
thicc years, wltn the following results: In
the first year five of the ten died of rot and
worms; In this year the remainder of the
flock, 450 head, lost only tour sheep. The
second year a new lot of ten sheep,'deprived
ofe**lt,Kßtstvenindividuals :theremainder
of the flock, SC4 head, lost five only: a little
later, the other three died also from diarrhea.
The third year was very rainy. Sixteen sheep
were selected, and deprived of silt. The
whole of them died in the course of the year
of rot acd vermicular pneumonia. In the
Brazils and Columbia, flocks may be annihi
lated by being deprived of salt; here we have
an example of the came thing happening la
our own latitudes. , .
M. Ganioit, member of the Agricultural
Society of Lyons, assures ns tixat the milk of
cows subjected to a dally allowance of salt is
richer in butter and cheese than when these
tame edws are deprived of salt.
Sinclair, to whom agriculture owes much
i useful information, has observed that the
I habitual use rf salt has a marked influence in
I improving the quantity and quality’ of the
wool of fcheep. This la in accordance with
Buusringault's experiments on bullocks.
Sinclair goes etill farther as concerns pigs.
Some of the fattest pigs killed ia Ireland, ac
cording to this observer, are those to whom
a certain portion of salt is regularly given.
Many other English agriculturists ■ have
proved by direct experiments that a regular
distribution of salt to cattle Is especially
uteiol in preventing hoove, (meteorisa
lion,) caused by feeding cattle with legamln
oub and cruciferous vegetables. And there
exists, no doubt, among those who have tried
it, the idea that when employed in proper
quantity, it increases the appetite, stimulates
ojgestlon, improves the wool or hair of the
cuille, prevents disease, and, moreover, ena
bles the sgilcultorist to fatten cattle upon
foedwhien they would not enjoy without it
were previously mixed with salt. Dr.-De
ceive, in Ms treatise on the Use of Salt for
Cattle, (to which the Academy of Medi
cine of Brussels awarded a gold medal,) has
airived&tthe conclusion that “the regular
and reasonable use of salt in the alimentation
of cattle may increase indefinitely every
branch of agricultural produce.” it is on*
there grounds ttat the practice of giving
salt to cattle has become so extensive of lace
years.
But there is another important considera
tion with regard to the regular distribution
of salt to cattle. 1 allude to its Inflnence In
preventing disease. Its daily use becomes of
serious consequence when flocks and herds ’
are menaced with those epidemic attacks
which 100 frequently ravage a whole country
at cnce, when a proper use of salt would eith
er prevent them entirely, or at least redrfee
them to less disastrous proportions. Doric?
one of the worst of these epidemics, which
sprang up, if 1 remember rightly, about the
jeur lt>4o, in the east of Europe, the almost
wild cattle of the Ukraine, Podolia, and Hun •
gaiy, were struck down in greater numbers
than these of Silesia and Bohemia, where the
cattle breeders habitually distributed silt to
their beasts. Advancing towards the west,
this scourge diminished in intensity, and
At ally ceased to show Itself in Germany,
where particular care is bestowed upon cat
t-e, and where salt has been for many years
constantly employed. But, whatever bo the
nature ol the disease which threatens, ani
mals are much less disposed to contract it
When the body is in perfect health; and wo
have teen that this is impossible unigs* the
incividu&l receives each day his proper pro
portion of salt.
CTLTXVATIOX OP LASS BY STEAM.
[From the N. Y. Evening Post, M.]
<Sco,
Jobs Bali, it ho generally folio srs at some
distance in the wake of Brotner Jonathan, is
teatiug the lauer in one natter; the etesm
plough baa already come into practical use in
England; itlsyetanexperimentwlthus. We
gather ecme intcreatlng particulars of the re
tulle of fcteom-plowing on English farms
from a paper by Mr. John Algernon Clark,
printed iu the Boyal Agricultural Society’s
journal. Ee proves, by a great number of re
ports, that steam tillage Is cheaper, more ex
peditions and more efficient tbanhorse tillage.
Stiff lands* can be worked with the steam
plow at a time when horses could not walk
upon them; the hard-pan lonnel by. the
bones feet, as they tramp oyer the ground
before the plow and barrow, is entirely avoid
ed; the soil is more thonronghly and exactly
cultivated; and wKt is very important to
the farmer, he is able to do a great deal of
work in a short time, and time to utilize a few
fine days.
A steam plow accomplishes in a day the
work of from twelve to twenty, or even
thirty horses. In a long day it may do the
work of forty horses. The engine ooes not 1
tire as animals do, and readily consents to 1
overwork; nor does it eat except when it
works. It is quite possible to plow even by
moonlight. Tne signals sre given to the ca
pine man by lanterns, and the plowman and
potter boys can see their work well enough
iy cemmon moonlight. Morovcr the steim
plow breaks up the toil to the depth of tea
itches as easily as a horse plow goes live
inches deep; and the result Is a constant and
freat Improvement cf the land thus treated,
t is drained bitter, through the bre&iog up
of the subsoil, and tngf*tw»pß are fre
quent where waste . and ■ poor lands have •
: Lecrme fertile and productive by means of
such thorough cultivation. Mr. Clara gives
the testimony of a npmber of farmers who
fcnLd their wheat heavier, and the yield in
creased by from six to eight bushels per acre.
By successive years of steam-culture the land
becomes lighter and more easily worked; and
so great is the increased worth of the crops
several farmers testify, that their lauds have
crown iu value one-third through the use of
seam. One at eerts that he gets six bushels
more wheat per acre; another, that he gets
one-third more roots; another, that the crops
under the steam-plough come a week or ten
dkje earlier to harvest; and it is commonly
reported that several kinds of troublesome
weeds have been entirely eradicated by the
use of the steam-plough.*
There are cases where the use of steam has
not proved profitable; but this is only to say
that certain circumstances cf soil and situa
tion are necessary to its most advantageous
employment. But it is a fact tbits jmeroren
ers have made fortunes by selllog off their
horses and cetlisg themselves a steam-horse;
and nary have transformed still clay lauds
hito garden soils. It is on stiff clay that tuU
foice ecu be used to the greatest profit and
advantage. It Is probably in the cornfields
of Indiana and other western States that the
steam-plough would be found most useful.
The question cf cost is of course due which
muet rule, to a great extent, with farmers
everywhere. Where so costly an instrument
as a reaper and mower fiods buyers, however,
expense will not form a serious obstacle If
once men are convinced that, to use a homely
phraie,;they ‘‘can get their money back’*
English farmers have proved that great hold
it ge are not necessary. Among the farms on
which the steam plough is used In England
we find one of one hundred and sixty-five
acres, which has a ten-horse powerougine;
one of two hundred and sixty-two acres has a
ten-horse'engine; one of two hundred and
four acres ot right or medium sell has a ten
horse engine; :one of three hundred and
seventy acres of day has an eight-horse en
cine; and altogether the most successful ex
periment on record is on a hundred acre place,
whereon eight-horse common portable en
gine is used,
This last mentioned apparatus—plough, en
glre acdall necessary gearing—cost about
f2,500, Mr. Smith, its owner, does work for
the neighboring farmers when not employed
cn his own place. He sold on introducing
steam, three horses, with implements, for
which he received SU7S, and the results of his
operation were such that In less than two
j ears he cleared off the remaining outlay,
and had Lis machinery in good order and tree
of cost.'
Id some casesneighboriogfinnera clubs to*
getter and buy an engine foruse in common.
Tills can be done to good advantage, as the
eleam-plough works bo fastaodis so arranged
as to be readily moved from place to place over
common roads. Tiie benefits of such a plan
are greater than appear at first eight, for
instance, two farmers purchased together an
engine and plough which cost them* three
thousand dollars. Bdt they sold off twelve
cf their sixteen bones, for which they re*
celved at the rita of one hundred and twenty
five dollars for each hoise. This cleared at
one blow half the expense of tie new ma- ;
■ chin try, and lelfc each farmer with only seven
hundred and fifty dollars to pay, or to znort*
gage his farm for a trifling sum to lay oat tar
the use of a. three thousand dollar engine.
Others purchase only the ploneh, windlass,
ropes, &c., and hire a neighbor's portable
threshing engine for the motivepower. Tner
find this pvofl able. Many steam farmers find
a common single cylinder light horse power
endue (at forty five poohds pressure) ser
viceable.
We read that a number of owners of steam
ploughs find their ptofit in working for (heir
neighbors, and several companies are already
engaged about the county with a traveling
steam plough.
Now that eo many of our young men have
gene to fight their country's battles, the gen
eral introduction of the steam-plough would
be a boon to Western farmers. It was atone
time thonght that this powerful engine coaid
be used onlv by wealthy farmers or capital*
but this ie not the cate; sm&lllandown
ers can use it profitably; and, no doubt;
amorg a people so awake to their interests
and so gtntially intelligent as our' farming
population, plans could be readily devised
oy which the ctevm plough could be brought
into use on terms within the reach of every
forehanded farmer.
The pandcrbers Iron-Clftd.
Mr. is mshing rapid, strides towards
Use cotDpletioa of this tremendous ship-of*
war * i» trnl 7 * a thundering moun
tain ” as her name implies. Already her
huge proportions rise up so that passers-by
are attracted by her appearance and almost
involuntarily enter the yard to survey her
proportions more in detail.
Not long since Admiral Milne, who was
formerly ot the Admiralty Board, visited this
vest el, and spent several hours In clOsely in
specting her. To say that he was pleased
with her conveys hot anlnadequsteldea of
the terms in which he expressed himself in
relation to'his appreciation of her every point
of symmetry and adaptability for the purpose
for which she was designed. He acknowl
edged that in this ship there were the ele
ments of a terrible engine of war, and that a
AG3ICIJLIVBAI,
pricc’ple was developed la her that would la
time revolutionize the present ftvorite sys-
Um of iron-clad rhlpbailding.
We note the visit ol this British official at
this time to show that there is sometimes an
Englishman who, when be sees a good thin**,
caa appreciate It, and, at the siine time, to
put on record that to America belongs the
credit of inventing all the good ifoa'cltds
which have been built or planned: for we do
not doubt that, eie long, some Englishman
will rise up to c’&im the plan of air. Webb's
rents as the product of his brain, a* Cmtiia
Coles did of the turrets, ,
Bhortlv after the visit of the English Adml
ral. the Buaaitn Admiral paid the Duuderberg
a visit, accompanied by his staff! They spent
nearly & whole day In inspecting her and the
Italian frigates. The Admiral was surprised
and delighted at the enormous shioaudher
peculiar formation. The truth island .we
ifArn from various authentic sources—that
.the Dunderbeig is creating a great deal of
talk io naval circles all over Europe, and a
celebrated English officer is said to have re
narked, after her being described to him,
“When will_ these -Yankees end with their
newinventidnsdn armed vessels?” ’ ’
There te no doubt that this vessel, iu her
performances, will startle the world. Her
bittfrywillbe very heavy, her speed great,
and her powers of offense and defense ua
equaled by anything afloat.
COVEIiAMEST HOUSES.
The Rorso Shoeing Establishment and
the Stables at Washington.
A comspondcnt of the & T.JTcrald writ
ing from Wsehingion concerning the Trans
portation Bureau, gives the following reada
ble description of those parts of It devoted to
the horses:
THE nOBSE SHOEING ESTABLISHMENT
is arranged on an immense -scale, and aston
ishes the visitor by'the completeness of its
organization and the amount of wjrk accom
plished. Two hundred men, blackened with
coot, with bare, brawny arms, are beating out
an anvil chorus that rings in a deafeniag peal
upon the ear, and dies away over the house
tops and across the placid river in a soft, me
lodious chime, like the music of the bells
among the mountains of the Rhine. The sun
P,»?? B lrL tlirou Sl 1 flights, bolldlnebrU
llant columns like the leaning tower, of the
aebes drifting in the air, and the roar of the
bellows sound like the rush of a tempest
sweeping upon a forett. Horses stamp and
prsuce about uneasily, casting weird shadows
lu the gloom, and ote begins to think of
vulcau and the fires where thunderbolts were
forged, until the workmen, impatient with
the restlessness of the animals, add blows
• and imprecations to the din, that check all
flights or Imagination and briog one back
msrvellonsly fast from fancy pictures of
mythological ironworkers to the sober, un
poetical realities ot the blacksmith’s shop
This establishment Is capable of shoeing oao
thousand horses per day. Think of it. Four
thousand shoes fitted and nailed to the hoote
by a tingle shop iu less than ten hours. There
are times, however, when the work is rather
sleek; but the men are all retained /or any
emergency that may arise, and a brigade of
cavalry can be fitted out from among now
horses and sett to the , front within three
days from the reception of the order. The
mules arc shed at one of the wtgon parks
north of the city. No little amusement is
occasioned sometimes by these refractory
animals, and the blacksmith frequently nets
“ listed” by a kick that reveals to him a most
remaikable astronomical phenomenon. Hid
all the 'anathemas that tave been hurled at
these hybrids at the shoeing establishment
petrified, we should have bad a quarry of
stone sufficient to have paved all Washington
and built up on Mason and Dixon's line a
wall like that of Gbina When a mule Is too
is introduced to the rack, into
wl ich he is led, and suspended by binds of
leather passing under him and attached to
the cross pieces overhead. His hoofs are
then thrust through iron clamps, which are
bolted to the timbers, and the villain is as
he<pl6ss as a housefly in a spider's net.
Hundreds of kegs of shoes and nails are
senttothe front, already fitted, requiring in
most cases no additional work, and never
more than a few blows from the hammerto
bend the shoe to the exact shape of the hoof
TUB HORSE STABLES
■Ate the most Important objects or interest,
ono, stbile we Eball not bare time to wanJer
tbrongh all tbe buildings, wbfeb streteborer
arret oi the city, nn Inca esu be funned of
tbelr character bj an elimination of one or
two. Fire*, there ate the transfer stab's*,
into wblcb horses are received, enioined and
sent to the eeve'al bnreana of this dtpart
miif, according to tbelr physical condition
aid fitness for the atilllery; cavalry or t-alns.
bear these ore the Issuing stables, one for
etch branch of the servlet. Some of the
stables are nothing more than sheds
otmt over the old picket lines- pat*
op is twenty second street at the bcelnnlojr
ox the war.tnough most of the bondings are
Boh&taathlstructures, well ventilated, nicely
fitted op with racks and. mangers, and made
as comfortable as any In the city. Tno floors
cf the Etables are of clay, hardened -With lime,
and are kept as clean as the floor ofAgranary.
i! eh are employed constantly with wheelbsr*
lowsand brooms in removing all litter, and
sprinkling lime, while the Ireqaent uso of the
whilewa-m brashes on the pre
««€»* parity of atmosphere and cleaujiaeis
little to *he expected la snch an establiih
ment. In some ol the stables each stall hts
affixed to it a small red card, upon which - is
placed the name ofthd officer to whom the
horse occupying tbe space may belong, and
alter a short sojourn la these quitters the
animals never miss their oirn. stalls,
hut .march in with the precision
of veterans. Each yard has immense
troughs, through which fresh water Is con
stantly limning, and sections ©those
in evciy buildirg, ready to be attached to the
plugs in case of flie. In addition to the im
mense stables already in use, several now
once axe being built in various parts of the
city, one of which embraces within its en.-
.closure twenty six acres. These are to be
fitted up In the best manner, with every,
convenience, and, with those now occupied,
will accommodate, by economizing space
over twenty thousand horses. Every three
days the horses are all inspected, and the
sick sent to the hospitals.. Should there
be any -suffering. from infectious disor
ders, they are sent across the river to
stables near . Arlington, where, if a cure can
not b& effected, they are shot. Changes are
constantly I being made throughout the entire
establishment. - Horses are'anlving from all
quarters, requisitions from ihefroat are being
nllcd, end the diseased are sent off to the
wbrds of tbe hospital—so that the insoector
in passing through the stables twice a" week!
meets each time as many new ** strange la
ces’* as he would at a luge New York - hotel.
The broken down horses sent in from the ar
my are frequently recruited up, and some of
them returned to the front; others put in the
trains and those pronounced Incurable either
condemned and sold at public auction,
bringing from fif.y cents to five dollars apiece,
or shot, Forty men are employed burr
irg dead horses on the Virginia tide, and hun
dreds of acres have already be&n converted
Into a vast cemetery, across which, when the
shadows are fly leg, the long low ridges seam
to roll like the swells of the sea. The burial
parlies are paid from a fund raised by the sal*
of bides, contractors paying for them over a
dollar apiece, and taking them off at their
own qxptnee. The stables for the mules are
airanged similarly to those of the hones, aad
will accommodate about two thousand. Here
the same*Tegnlalicn3 concerning cleaollaoas,
<fcc., are observed, and the fit, sleek ap
pearance of the-animals well attests the
luxuriance cf their living. ‘Near these
stables are large yards, into which the horses
and mules ore turnedlocse for exercise, and
In pleasant weather It isxot unusual to see
a herd charging round the lot. a» if possessed
of the Eva One end seekieg for a steep plare
down which to rush into the sea. Not long
since a regiment of cavalry horses were
brought in from the.front and turned loose
Into a lot - near Arlington. The animals, aa
their bridles were mnoved, filed in aa
laxly as though going out on parade or drill,
and formed io a column, each horse lalUa*'
into his proper place as though his rider was
on his back. Sometimes the. herd gets un
easy or frightened, the whole miea sways to
and fro, and seems mixed up iu inextricable
confti£lcD,when suddenly a sqadroi will form,
darhooton the!sad,and, the others filing la
behind, will charge Impetuously around the
field, as though urged on by the mad excite
ment of ballle.**lt not often, 'however, that
these things happen. Great care is observed
to prevent any stampede, the animals having
broken out from the enclosure several times
and scattered through the pine forest of Fair
fax,-from which many have never been re-’
covered. There Is much about this terribly
abused animal which only the discipline
*nd drill of military, life have and
in witnessing the precision of tbe move
ments cf these ttald old worn out war steeds
one finds himself, unconsciously investing
ibem with reason, and almost lifting them
ioto the scale of intelligent beings
Borrlblo Horder.
[From the Niles (Mich.) Republican, Oct. 31.]
A man was found In the road murdered,
about 8 o'clock last Saturday momieg, one
mile and a quarter southwest of this city. He
was discovered by an old gentleman named
Henry Lanshbangb, who was coming to the
city with a load of hoop-poles. As scon as
the fact be?ame known, Justice Cclptnsa, to
gether with a jury, repaired to the spot.. We
•have learned the following facts in relation to
the affifir: . * •
From appearances, the mardcr took place
in some grubs, about ten rods from the rood,
Where two men had apparently slept the night
before, and the murdered manmade his way
from were the straggle took place to where
he wae found in the road, os bis course was
easily traced by a large stream of blood. Ho
was stabbed thrte times Once in the left side
of his neck, which looked as though the knife
had gone nearly throng!?, once in the left side
and once in the left groin- Any one of the
wounds would have produced death. An
overcoat was found where ihsenconnter took
place,-with a knife hole through the side, of
ic, and from appearance belonged to the mm
tbit escaped, as blood was traced in an oppo
site direction from where the murdered man
was found. The murdered man hid on tm*
overcoat, dress coat, two vests, two shirts,
two pairs of dmwers, and* a pair of pants,
whichwero stolen from Twombiy’s store and
Spratl’s tailor shop, the Tuesday evening pre
vious. Neatly four hundred dollars worth of
the silks which were stolen the same evening,
was also found where the scuffle took place fa
the grabs.
The murdered mm was a stranger, and was
not recognized by any of our citizens. He
probably belonged to. a regularly organized
band of thieves, and he and.his companion got
to quarreling about a division o! 'the goods,
perhaps, which resulted In the fatal affray.
The deceased was a medium sized man, with
sandy whiskers and moustache. • - i #
Up to this writing no due has been gained
5? *o° deceased was or who murdered
him. Several arrests have been made, but to
no purpose. For a week ortwo previous to
the murder, two-men were peddling Jewelry
in the place, which. was!
stolen, and, as they have not heen'seen since
thcmurdertookplace, were prohahly enlaced
In. the afflar someway.
An Ucparallcllcd Feat In Iron Pound
iog-sevemr-two Fima of Rtatai at
•ot»e **Heat.”
We have already noticed ihe fact that pre
parations were progressing at the Fort Put
Works, In this cliyfor ths manatee ure of
twenty-inch guns, the lathe, patterns, &c,
being in an advanced condition. As the ex
periment. of manufacturing a gun of such a
calibre, however,” is old ol great risk, it was
dcitrmined toseltle at Ica-t one point practi
cally before trying to mould the great gun,
by melting, at a single heat, nearly the tame
quantity of-metalas would be required fjr
thetwenty-inch. For this purpose tvo guns
were moulded of the fifteen-luch navy pit
tern, and each furnished with a. twelve iuch,
icstoad of a fifteen-inch, hollow core, making
the rough weight of each of the guns nearly
as great as that of the columbiad fifteen-inch.
•These moulds were placed side by side in the
pits of the new foundry, and ,ou Saturday
zoornirgfive of the furnaces in the founds
were charged, three fur the special nurposc
of casting the great guns, and two for the or
dinary work of the shop. -The respective
weights of these charges will give some idea
of the capacity of these enormous furnaces,
being thirty-four, nineteen, nineteen, thirteen
and eight and a half tuna, an aggregate of
neatly ninety-four tans, and a tip greater
amount of metal, we believe, than was ever
reduced in furnace in a single establishment
in one day. Seventy-two tuns ot this metal
being thechargc of the three large furnaces,
were designed for the casting of the experi
mental guns. The metal was led .from each
of these furnaces to a large pool, equi distant
from each of the moulds, and communicating
bytwo “ runners ” with the two “gates’* of
each.
About one o’clock the three furnaces were
tapped in quick succession, and iu a moment
three streams of molten Iron were pouring
into the pool, from which, as the meul rose
to the level of the openings, two fiery lines
shot into each of the moulds. The Intense
beat of the iron, pouring along these seven
streams, with the molten mass in the reser
voir, seemed to have no extraordinary effect
' on the workmen, who performed their accus
tomed duties of skimming and clearing the
x&ouldb with as much indifference as If the
glowing metal surrounding them, and filling
the air with showers of sparks, were harm
less as streams ol water. Familiarity with
such situations is apt to breed contempt ol
danger, but we believe that no accident has
ever yet occurred at the works during the
operation of costing. Notwithstanding the
unusually risky character of the experiment
on Saturday, everything passed off success
luuy, and the streams or hot metal and cold
voter,i crossing and interlacing on their wav,
poured Into the moulds without accident.
Ihe success of the experiment abundantly
demonstrates the capacity of the works for
the manufacture ol guns of 20 inch caliber.
The furnaces, charged with seventy-two tuns
of metal on Saturday, have an aggregate ca
pacity of over ninety tuns, ana can supply
that amount of metal, if required, for a singve
casting. _Wehavo seen no reliable statement
of the weight of.thc projected gun, but pre
sume that Us rough dratt in the pit will be
I e ween seventy and eighty tons. Thorough
weight of the 15-lnch columbiad is about
thirty-seven tons, and the new gun will he
nearly twice as heavy. No other establish
ment in the country fiaa a present capacity
for a casting of such' magnitude, and we pre
sume there are none of sufficient capacity on
the other side of the Atlantic.— hu&urqh
DUpaich.
A Prize Fight In California*
A.ricg tattle which lately took place on
Angel’s Island, somewhere near San Francis*
co, is graphically described* in the papers of
that city. Twenty rounds wore fought oa the
Ist, and on the second something like eighty*
six. The folios Ing describes the conclusion
of the light:
Ninety-second to Ninety-seventh Round—
Dwyer gave a number of telling blows anon
various parts of Walker’s phiz, all of which
did execution. Walkernow looked frightful*
hie face was beaten Into a perlcct jelly, and
resembled an uncocked beeisieak. Time,tiro
hours and llfy-five minutes.
Ninety-eighth to One Hundred and Second
Round—Walker received much additional
punishment, and waa striblng very wl»dly.
Dwjcr watching an opportunity to go in and
win.
Ore Hundred and Third Round—Dwyer
'hits Walker upon the ogle and closes upon
him; both down. Time, three hours and ten
minutes.
One Hundred and Fonxth Round—Dwyer
watched his chance and put In another on the
ff’Jßle. which ogain started the home-brewed.
One Hundred and Fifth Round—WoUcer*d
eyes are completely closed bat he hai not
exhausted ; 1m 1 tupoly of ammunition; he
comes to time nimbly, receives a blow, closes
In and is thrown.
One hundred and sixth and last round—
Walker comes to the scratch, holding hi* eye
open with the thumb and finger. When he
gets in range, he sails in and mutches D wyer.
and Is thrown. His seconds carry him to hla
corner, and tell him it Is useless to fight any
longer, as he has jn& earthly dunce to win.
He begs to be permitted to go on; baf when
time is called the sponge Is thrown np by
Clark. This .wee followed by a rush of the
crowd into the ring, and three cheers for the
victor. Walker seated himself upon Win
row’s knee, and cried like a child at being de
barred from continuing the struggle.
The battle was one ci the best ever fought
in America, and both men proved their capac
ity for receiving and giving punishment, and
gave entire satisfaction to those of the fancy
who were present. Daring the return to the
city the passengers made up a purse of two
hundred dollars lor the purpose ol presenting
Itto Walker. Dwyer announced his inten
tion of contributing one hundred dollars from
tte stakes aa soon as they are given to him.
The boys, in discussing the merits of the
mill, became very warm, and two of them
bad a fight. Otherwise there would have
been no outside trouble.
Xlie Queen ol England in a Law Suit.
The Paris correspondent of the -V. 0. l\ea
*/vne rays:
We had the Queen of England—the court
home is like your grave sard, norespector
ot persons—as the plain tiffin a singular suit.
An English lady, whose first husband was a
wealthy Englishman, and whose' second hus
band was a Count do Silly, died last October,
and among other legacies was this bequest:
“I give and bequeath to Her Majesty the
Queen of England a sum of 100,000 francs to
be employed for the benefit of the [London
pcor,” The hc-lra and executors wrote to
the English Ambassador to acquainted with
the fact. Joforma ion was, ol course, trans
mitted to Her Majesty, who decided to ac
cept the legacy—wnich made the heirs furi
ous; however, they subdued their anger and
begged the Queen to transfer the bequest to
them. The legal advisers of the Crown were
consulted, and they gave the opinion tbit the
Queen had no right to direct the legacy Into
ibis channel, as me testatrix hid bequeathed
the money to the London poor. The heirs to
give trouble insisted that the Queen should
affix the royal signature to a formal docu
ment certifying her receipt of these sums.
The Queen moved the Court to admit her
Ambassador as the proper person lo receive
(bislegacy atd to give the .necessary receipt
lor the some, he being recognized by all legal
authorities the person of his Sovereign.
The Court took this view of it and made the
desiredwder..
Why Sesame* Avoids the Vanderbilt.
- The London Sihpping Gaziite says that, in
commenlirg upon the probable consequences
cf an encounter with the Vanderbilt, Capt.
Scmuics of the Alabama speaks with much
modesty of tie own ship:
, He Said that although tlie machinery.of tho
Vanderbilt would be a good target in fighting
with a steamer, it is not easy to escape from
.havinga broadside. He fonad that to be the
case with the Hatterae. Although he dispos
ed of her pretty easily, it was az much as he
could do to prevent her from giving him a
broadside. The plan he adopted with tho
Haitcras woe to use his large BUkely gun
Ircm the stern of his ship, and that, gun did
the work. The gun is an eighty-five pounder,
and he thinks that bis only chance with the
Vanderbilt will be to nseit upon her machin
ery. . His opinion is that the Vanderbilt has
very mnchgreatcr speed than tho Alabama,
und that it will be impose ible lor him to get
away from her. He does not intend to go and
look for her; but he saya that If he nas to
fight her he will do his best.
French Extravagance.
A Pails letter giveathe following neWa of
French extravagance: -
The fine ladles here spend endless sums of
money on their wa-drobca during the Carni*
val; but at the eea eide they are still more
extravagant., Some disdain to wear a frown
twice in public. One fair dame of my-ac
quaintance not many days ago lef&'Paris with
nine large trunks in her luggage all filled
with finery. The rage for novelty: among
Ibis class is very absurd. They hardly over
eive a thought to whit Is beautiful; provided
it be new and eccentric they are satisfied.
Some wear leathern cross belts studded with
little* sliver knobs in'lmitation of nails.
Others vie with the flamingo in tlm filming
color of their petticoats. ‘ A lady wha bears*
The titles of princess and ambassadress his
as Tronville made it tbe fashion to dress a la
brigand. Daggers are. thei-fibre, making for
laoies* girdle.', and It is expected that next
«inter a«J the belles will consider a polnird a
zxccsea tj ornament for a ba»J. But there waa
never seen such a joke in brass and leather
as these afialrs. They are all sheath, having
no blade attached to the handle. *
HEWS .PARAGRAPHS.
—An srchsolcslc&l discovery lias been
made at Omolac, near Usaat-les-Baina, (Ax
iege,) Fiance. On taking down a bell, to
m«ke repairs in the steeple of a church, it
was found to bear the date ot 1079, and must
consequently be one of the oldest bells in
Christendom.
—ln a. recent march from Knoxville to
Cumberland Gap, the biigada of infantry un
der Col Fitzroy Ue Courcey made sixty miles
in forty-two hours. - This is the best exhibi
tion of military pcdcstrianlsSn'that his been
chronicled daring the war, and the President
.has directed the Secretary of War to present
. his compliments to the heroes of this expedi
tious feat.
—At a coin sale in New York last week a
eilver dollar of 179 1 brought the price of si6o.'
This dollar is very rare, and almost impossi
ble to find in good preservation.
—A case Is on trial before the United States
District Court in New York, in which the
plaintiffs seek to recover $10,009 damages to
a cargo of tea on the voyage from Amoy,
China, to New York, by reason of the vessel
being infested with cockroaches, which, ic is
charged, ate off the outer labels of the pack
ages to get at the inner-label, so that the con
. tlgnees could not be ascertained.. The libel
lants claim,that -the value of the tea in the
majiket was thereby diminished.
; —The common-and popular term' “any
other man’.’ can bo found in the ICth chipter
.of Judges, where Delilah was coaxing Samp
son tor the secret of his great strength. He
divulged as follows: “If I‘be* shaven, then
*ny strength will go from me, and I shall be
i come weak, and be like ‘any other man.’ ”
fflifullaniimi
GXi£MßAl'lis are fiOOO,
BUT
ROBACK’S are BETTER
Roback’s
Roback’s
iobaek’s
Bitters.
ioback’s
Roback’s
Roback’s
Roback’s
Bitters.
Roback’s
Ritters.
Roback’s
Ritters.
Tr-, r t Bold At wholesale By
f % * KUlil*l£4»rW. D. HARRIS <fcCO..
Bw^E > ct A r ß^ l T^^. ilrrH * DWYKR.IfCTI.NSAM *
J. H. REED * CO., J.KOKMHtiLD. WBI6UT
* FKKNCH.A. K. CROB&EY, C. U. BECKWITH.
P. O NIK L. H SCO VILL, K. aI retail by BLISS A
fiBABPE WRIGHT *-FRENCH. MaKN & DYOOE
BROTHERS, B. H. OARGKNT, M. JKUOMR;
JUt. WILLARD. W. H. DILLINGHAM, cor. Van Jltt*
ICQ and State street, and by Druggists generally.
Dr. C. W. KOBAUK. prop.. Cincinnati.
C. A. COOK, Chicago, General Agent
oac « ** *26 Market-st, Lind’s Slock,
lall-g?SS-ly-eod
★ ★ ★
DR. SWEET’S
Infallible Liniment,
THB
CHEAT EXTEKNAI BE3HDY.
BOR RHEUMATISM. GOUT. NEURALGIA LU*
aAGO.STTFF NKCS AND
BRUISES. CUTS AND WODNDrf. PILES
ffiSADACHE. AND ALL RHEUMATIC *
AND NERVOUS DISORDERS.
For an of which It Is a speedy and certain remedy *
and never fails. This Liniment is prepared from cat
recipe of Dr. Btepren Sweet, of Connecticut the
famous bone setter, and has been used in his practice
ter more than twenty yean with the moat astool&Uiu
success. .
, AB AN ALLEVIATOR O? PAIN, It Is nartvaUeo
by any preparation before the public, of which the
most skeptics Imay be convinced by a smile trial.
This LmimeatwUl core rapidly and radically. Rhen
of every kind, and In thousands 01
cases where tt has been used It naa never been known
to fan.
FOB NEURALGIA, it wm afford Immediate rtllej
In eve it ca*e. however distressing.
It wm relieve in® -wont cases of HSAOACHIi la
three minutes. and la warranted to do It.
TOOTHACHE also will It core instantly.
.FOB NERVOUS DEBILITY ANIftjENEBAL LAP
EXTuDS. arising from Imprudence or excess, thlj
Lmlmeat la a moet hapay aod nnialUng remedy Act
ing directly upon the nervous tissues, It strengthens
and revivifies the system, and restores It to elasticity
and vigor.
. FOR PILSO.—As an external remedy, wu claim till
*t la the BS&T known, and we challenge the world to
produce an equal. Every victim of thl» distressing
complaint should give it a trial, for *‘.wtUnot Iku tS
afford Immediate relief and in a m, nr cases win
effect a radical cure. ■** l #ttiw««swu
QUINSY and SORS THROAT ar« r onctimea «
tremclymaUgnantanddanrerona. hat UmolyanclJ
cation of thfiLlnlmentwldßOveriaiitectira. v *
SPRAINS are sometime* vcryotatlnate. and enlarge
meat of the Joints Is liable to occur If neglected. Tow
worst case may he conquered hj this Liniment In twe
or three days.
BRtJISKS: CUTS. WOUNDS,•SORES. ULUS3A
BURNS AND SCALDS, yield readily to the wonder
fol healing properties of Dr. Svtut’s IrrPaiLmt*
unmanr. when used according to direcnocs. Atan
A - TO K!U ” :
Every Horse Owner
Should have this remedy at hand, for it* timely use at
«nallr*tapcearar«ceof Lament** will effectually pre
vent those formidable disease*, to widen all horses srt
liable, and which reader so maay otherwise valuabli
horses nearly worthless.
Over four hundred voluntary testimonials to tbs
wocdexfal curative properties of this Liniment i>ayj
been received within the last two years, and many o*
them from persona In the highest Tanks oi ILft
CAUTION.
To avoid boeoeitioß. observe the Signature and Like
ness ol Dr. Stephen Sweet on every label, and mec
Stephen Sweet a Infallibls Liniment” blown la tte
glass of each oottle. without which none are genuine
* RICHARDSON * CO.
Sole Proprietor*. Norwich, Ct.
For sale by lord * SMITH, General Westers
Ag*nu. 23 Lake street, Chicago, and by deelen
everywhere. loa-aA&eow.iy
J t H. REED & CO,
CIPOBT£BS AJID JOEB2ES OF
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS,
146 s<ake Street, CRtleago, CL
Also. deal largely In
Paint*, OUf. windowGlui, Glass
ware, Burning oils, Kerosene,
Soap-makers’ Stock, manu
facturers’ Goods, «ko..
Which we offer at prices favorable to Western go
chants and Manufacturer*.
J. H. Fzn>. ITJ Pearl street, H.T. ?
H t A.Hmaßtnr. Calcajo. ( »a2Sn7CS-u
JOHN GRAY,
dkalkes ih
WOODEN WIRE, SKOOM3,
Pail*, Brushes, Eat*, Twines, Cordage,
Tabs, Churns, Cradles,
Wagons, Chairs, Baskets, Jket
16 FDLTOH AHB 202 FEONX-SX. .
iyl-g373-*tcU NBW YOBS,
PULLAGAR & SMEETH,
BRASS FOODEBS,
COPPERSMITHS,
Alcohol Stills and Brewers’ Kettles,
And an kiadacf
COPPER AND BRASS WORK,
Manufactured at short nctlca.
20,000 lb*, of Brazier** Conner lor axle at
£*etfein prices for eaan witbirelaac uJd3d. Elsaeit
price paid for Old Copper.
Corner West Randolph and Dcaplaiaes Sts.,
CHICAGO, ill. .
0C23-0749 Em
Q.REAT BARGAINS AT
RETAIL.
A IABGK HBW STOCK OF
SILKS, MERINOS
Jnd Fine Dress Goods,
CO Per Cent. Less than Wholesale Prices.
149 S. CLARK STREET,
ROCKWELL & KINGMAN.
rngs-p2&7 :ti
■JJNITED STATES
5-20’S
Constantly on hand, and for sale at par by
J.-XOITNG SCAMMON,
Banker and Subscription Agent. 1U L&ks street,
pc 23 oTSI-lm Marine Book Bolldlnk.
QHAS. TOBET & BRO.,
MAKTIFACTUEEaS,
• WHOUtSAIX AND BZTXIXr SXAXS23 Hf
BICH AND COMMON
FURNITURE,
Sco.
82 lake Street, Chicago.
OCI6-023S im-la
J^ALLEMAND’3
RHEUMATISM,
Groxxt and Neuralgia
SPECIFIC.
J. H. REED & CO.
Wholesale Druggists,
No. IX6 LAKE STREET,
Agents for Chicago.
For sale by druggists generally.
PRICE ONE DOLLIB PER BOTTLE
oc29-cre am
'pOBACOO DEALERS.
WfiOleiale Tftbacco Dealers,
street, between ScuU Water and Lake
Streets Chicago.DL a029-kaaMs
WATCHES.
**Paitlcn!arlyT«’a»b’eftrofflcer« lathearmy aa
WkTaiikLesJe’a Feb 31 J
M .-. Ny. iUostrat-a New . Jin 10
»„„.f eMot r e maasCsc-nr*s la pointotaecaraey
J? act ~l‘ hH*. Army A N.\Tr(}*zetto,Msy9,
T-.!^K?FSI? Teir . , ' i,to:l tiotp’ecs* a-.a-m-
J*uraw a ln e r * l ' o * a r. am. Bs'iroad
j^* S o Hja: * nj *■**■
' r y'% T fL'f?--? 5F,*" 1 - «»«i for Hie ,rmT"
Xu* 50 os x»*vy Jomaa., CQoverameat orgioj
Bitters.
• One of tie oleert and moit reliable booses la bon
ness. I ’—[Louisville (Ay.) Journal, JulySl. •
MAGIC TIME OBSERVERS
Sitters.
t&z pzarronox of siecuaxism!
Being a Hunting, or Open Face, or Lady’s or
Gentleman’s Watch combined, with Pa-.
tent Self-Wirding Improvement.
TheN y,ll‘D« f .iaied News, in Ira Itva'i tt Jaa.lo;
«cr. c&. iiT.toiantattly says: - Tahavebssa
»"r»u & oitaaicg 00.-fcUy.uf whicatna Sun
Bald i EOS. o« Sew T.utare aie sola Importers, It
lA-ia'.euifcf UaouiTimb Ors*rtrr and li* Hasting
anctupt-n «are Wirci combiaeo O-.eof thaprotn
est ooit conra&l.-rt, aid o-c’dsdly aha bert sad
aal reliable use ever
Cocjed. ltba*wlu.ia it andconnectedwith Us ms
c -inery Us «3 vindl. jr le-ideriiu a key
siiiueljf ccrece>*ATy The casts of this waten aro
cjaposio cl two metai.. the eutsr o:e being flie
1*» ca acpf l, i It has the litp-orel ruby sctlm lever
rrcTcmec* and lawa r-aleaan accurate ti-nestees ’*
Irlce superbly e era-ed. percsraotbaf-dozea.lUM
Sample w.k-bcßiu teat Moro'c > boxes, firtnose pro
r-otlij; to bay at tso us!e, »33. if sent by ma«i,
the pcstsge la 3C cents; rcg'stctlng. 20 cents. 4
Bitters.
Bitters.
SILVER WATCHES.
First-Class HUNTING Timepieces,
roßAcersaer of vovekkxt, brauttop jcatkrth,
AAD. ABOVE LLL. CUiIAFXSnS IX PBIO3. Tllrf
watcujw jicst ixscas
litters
UNIVERSAL APPROBATION.
An Imlt&UogiofiiilUesstbit It caa hvdiybe detected
by tte most exc-er eiced Tne material being of
two mtiala (tte outerom> first qcauitt sieves *n<j
tie inter one Gurii.au »Uver. it caoooc
by cultirs or heavy ectravinx. makm* it ont only la
appearacce.but ja durability, the b?ot resemblance
cfsouD 51*81,1X0 ertvaa 1- existence
Tb. «a,c cf tzess wi'caei la the army is a scarce of
eccimcus profit petaliin* as the? very reaelly do. at
125 and od ararda Many naadr<d doharscaa ba mads
i ■ a single pay day by any one of ordinary biuiaeai
tact -
Wholzsais oxlt! la heavy huntlnr
cases. b«anutmiy eoßravad, white enamel dial ana
farcy ca» Hands. In gor’d running order, by the hi f
*Kzer.fs6;
oily by tae cssa. Can be taiely sent oy malt.
Goods sent by Express to any part of the Loyal
States, with bill payable on delivery.
Person* with whom we havrf bad no patTions or
isgvlar daailng* ordering Oooca to so by Kxjreee
bill for same parable on delivery. mast m au caies re*
zru s% ie»*t {0 lßOd7at.ee aa a guarantee mat tne
puc«»Re will be promptly paid lor o* praieotaUaa.
(•1 coarse, tie amount ro seat la advance *Ulba ap
plied aa partial payment cf bllordired,
CZm«OTE.*-Boldleru and all others In the disloyal
Elites. most send payauntla advance as tba Express
Com par Its perenptoiiiy refuse iptktsg collections
from cnc&precel u» localitUs Money can be seat
ry ma;lore»p:e»9. If by mail la a registered Utter, at
car zlek. Coireapcrdetca sboull beplalslyaddressed
BhOS t Importers,
irp n»o»dwa? Na^To'V.
or 31 1 1BC-2W
Sontmiaiuin Srtirttjanie,
QJBIFFIR BROS.,
coasanssioN berchattsi
No. 5 Pomeroy’s Building.
n>oix y. oiirm. Augustus oszyyia.
. oell 02Q3-ly
O-ALT.OWAY * CO.—Packer*.
ua . ProTla!onDe&.’er* and General -
OOSTOISSION MERCHANTS,
DflcelSO South Water street. Beard cf Trade Bell dim
Chicago.
Wehave a largeCtockcx sdokedHamsana Bho<L
:era. bom suk*ar and p'ain curing, canvassed and m
canvassed, wtlohwc offer at low market rates. Or
lerßieipectfallyucllcUed tom the city and 7 cooatai
Webny and sell lor otters every description of Prc
lace and Provisions. Wo pay the highest market
srica for CrackUsa. SALLOW AY A CO.
■ «uis-k509-am
A LBKRT MORSE & CO,,
IP EODUOS
wamsnoK mekchants,
?o. IS South Water street, (Aiken’s Building.
Chicago, illotois.
W Easiness conducd strictly to
fanEWS-iyl
pESriSTON & CO.,
40CSXUS10N HERCEANT3,
LIVfiBPOOi.
3»M*ao2a:—Me«r«. Page, acbardson A
Middleton & Co., Hew York.
Scow * Burgess. do.
Johriton-hliayley, do.
Cash tayancet trade on consignment! of Provisions
flour, Ac., totheebcTshonseay
ffinnn MILWARD * CO.
JelAyltH- 18 Laiage street, fThir^gq.
AKIN Jf CO.,
(DOSOBTSSION BKBOEiKYSi
123 South Water street. Literal advance* made ac
/lour. Crain and Provisions. to be sold here or by
WM. A. BROWN * CO„ New York.
c ana. j. g. ur»tau»
JBools ano Stjau.
1863. FALL TRADE. 1863f
BAWSOX Sc BARTLETT,
Mannfsclnrera and Wholesale Deslereta
BOOTS MD SHOES
SO Inks street, Chicago, HI.
.We art cow offerto x to the trade one ol the laws
BSLeUTiiO stock* ever brought to n!
■“Saving determined to make onrBUSIKIZZ* ram
ORLY, we will agree to aell oar seeds
As low as can be Bought
in this cr any other market. Buten bin* freely cv
pUCated. WemaaeaSPßCiALiry of EYTKA-522X2
§and I,a &rse fcUo:taeDt ° r whieb we nowhavec
t ' aiH’SONd: BABTim.
tell eEISSa *
3anicraj ano gzit^qnga.
yERMILYE £c CO.,
BAKKERB,
No. 44 Wall St., New York,
WUi OOUTiaua TO
S. S. FIVE-TWENTY BONDS
&j ion* as Issued b? Government. at par and interest
GIIHCKfI on city E»jks received inpayment.
XSTJtHHST on BONDS to ccoasnce on day of de
posit.
Constantly on hand.for sale at market rate*
tT.S.OPei Cent.Connorcoadaof isa.
U. B. Certificates of Indebtadnesfr-Interfiat payabls
•u Cold,
U. 8. Certificate, of Indebtedness-Interest najabit
la Currency. _
Seven-Unity Treasury Note*.
MatnihiK CarUdcataa of Indebtedness collected O
Geceived la Payment of any of the above.
, VERMILYE A CO.
ans-kiss-iml*
OME OP AMERICA.—PubIic
-U Kotlce u hereby jdven, that as BUla or Crcnlat
log Rotes of the
“ RAWS 97
aeretoioreiiicorporaied and doing basinets in tic elf
of Uhlciino.nnderthsgeneral oaokii'g laws of tie3taw
of miaou, onet be presented foruayxent to the Audi
tor of Public Accounts of said State, at h!s otSce.lv
tbe city of Bpncpfieid, within three years from the
date hereof, or the Tunas denosiUd tor tberedexjticr
ot cold notes will be given ap to stid bank.
Dated this SOth day of May, A. D. 1551.
_ _ G50368 I KITS, President
T V 7. Wnxaap- Cashier. *rJ«-g£x.*oißt-a«
Stabxsttt «I 9 .‘Sisafci.aafll Sfe?;
18QS. TKE ISQiS,
PERTH SYITASIA CEW2AI X. £
938 Slles OenbU Tr*«su
1* Older to teas-pace with tbs demands of’ietrsxi
iE.rpabhe,tteiaanwcer» cf thii popular routa .tr
addedzrauyinprovsuiastedurlai toe year 1303.
rltb lt> coruecfoL't. tt -will bo found in an reapo'S
FUST clacs routs to an. tin* Etetera citfr*.' v
track la none btruned, sad entirely free Crcra
YESES DAILY TKAUxI r2SOH
PITTSBURGH TO PHTLADELPHI
\wl» does conrccttcni from Western CUao
411 coanecUrg direct to *ew York. THKODGH I*3*
ADaLFhIA. and close connection* at
BALTHfOUB AKD WASSCiGTOfr.
From Flttsbnrffb to Kaw York, one train run* mtu
.43C railedJ via AUentown, url’.bont chasrs or ean. ■
rivlns in advance of »!i ctber rooter.
IKV2S DAILY TBAIBS FRO*
FEHADEIPJB3A TO NEW VOJU
r.c&ea ror tale to Boston by boat or ran. Boat v-.
zetßKOodosacyofSissoudanck. Fare to all
toy rout*.
ileoptoc tin on nlzbt aiins- to FbHadeisbla. Ba
York and SaiUajcie.
ff&kkare £ieck*T tbronju *ad transferrod fr#9.
FKBISHII,
its this Soule rrtLAbt* 01 au dtscrtbtlos* eaa m te
wude'itaanit ttOLiPt.‘ladei?nia New York.So«ftL
Orballlrcore.to and fror»aa»j)i»u:toDtbo
of Cblo. Aeiitucky Indiana. Illinois. Wlacoasia. inW
or Mletonrt ar Biiiaaiii riaioe. *
TbarencsyivtiJaLeittrax Behroad also connect <
with Cte«xei* v by wbich Goodj c*a pe
rarded to any port os the Ohio. Muekiczna ■-
tacky, le&ceuee. Camber lied, lilisoi*
Wiacoasln.HUsourl
AcdafJleve’tad.Asndaaiyana wltoltv*.
are to all Fort* on tbe Norm-Western T
Merebaats iad entrastlsa the tracipcn
Uon of their rrei?at to tbia i.ospanx easrelv v<
tOQfldeact; ou luipeody traart.
THE HATRA Or FTtBIGET to and zrota toy ep*
•n tbe West bv the FeTinfyiv*a ? a Centra; Railroad C~
ir all tuas .) a< ai> mu at &%•
abbatuoac oox?«nu,
-»y Be particular and ’/■ark pap.itayj "TiArayr*
5.
*or tre’sat ContractsorSnipping Direcaoe* rt-s'
•-o or audit** e>tu«r el tfea following Agent* af j
Co *j£^. , liTE WAil S.ffieiga; Agent. Pmenurgh.
CLARIS* ft CO.. Traiatei Agent*.FitUbortA,
M.W.BBOWW ft eO.,Circ!aaati.Ob.o.
3. C. MELDBDH ft CO.. Madison. I»dliu=
J, S. MOOrLe.. LoalirUle, Ky.
■ tt. W. AIKMAW ft CO.. aTKHSTUIe. toft.
3. s. BASS SLLoula. Mo.
iILABKB i CX)., Ctlca£C. ItoaSll.
J. H. McCOLM. PortsaoctbJOhio.
kfCNKELY ft UOST&OMUBY. 4faytJ«lie.iir* '
W.H. ft £.L, LANGLEY. Galllpo'u.Ohla.
3.8. PIYBtTS, ft CO.. Sar.errtlla. Clio.
S*. I£. HUDSON, Bit) leg, Ohio.
s, C. S£2Lns.TH.6“aeiiTmaliag AratlOilto
south »ed w«t.
U73 BIVCSt
wiiTc;arittrarrun wiuaac mu theta*,
tgecua rente ftr Lire stock. Cfcp&cJctu Yasai K
•W.srtd and snppZed with entry hi:
n.eu opateioa tela line and Ita connectiont mft »*«♦
■ttMutiou t» pa*d to toeir wants. Frour Harr*.»bd?»
<nwe win be ioonu eiarj caareuleuco for
choice it offered of the pyn.tnw
NEWYOKS.atd KALTIMOaS my
Mso be found tie inortest. Quicken sad most d r v -
tc r*ew York -tTia
Jd b- - SiezeTSjeat. FhSadalpua.
H.H. HmjsTca. ees'i Freight AkaaMhuadettiJ
iu-r-o-if
THOMSON'S LONDON KITCH
- -L EKEB. OR EDI!'.PEAK
h:tel*. or public invJtaUrma. la TWENTY Dl't EIS
EST SIZES- Also, Philadelphia Baajrea. Hot A!r
Furnace* Portable iie*terJ,LowdowQ Grates.
board stoves. Lath DcaaT,S'ew: ols Plata aroilers,
C&ctonK S;ore», &c,. at wnoleule and retail, by
manufacturer*. CHSgE * gnAß pE * THOMSON. ,
200 Norm second street, Philadelphia, fa
MatSStowaa ;
IVTONET TO LOAN. ON REAL
iyJL (state la Chicago, or on Farat la minola,
wtUiln KO miles ol Cotcsgo. Applicant* by letter^win
nleare give the nunabcis of the land ana a foil de
jctlpCob of toojjrobofty offered at eccarUj. Apply
to GEO. W. NEWCOMB, S3 Dstrbom
NO. 8. np-araira. Cbicago.lU. P.aEoxt«3.
Ccl^9l£x-laU
IDat£l)t*.
These irmptoa*. It allowed to go oa, which tils
Medicine lavaflablyremovei, soon follows Fa
tulty. Epileptic Fits, in one of which the
patient may expire. Who can say that
they are not freqnertly followed by
those direful ••iff.
|A9ITY and CONSUMP
TION” Many are aware
Of the cause of ihelr
a mfferlng.
XM
reecrds
32 the in
»ue Asylum*.
Zhd the Meian
cho’y Deaths by Cca-
Runpcion. bear tapis
Witness to the truth of the
Msi-rtioo. The constitution occo
affected with Or panic 'Weakness, re
quires the aid of Medicine to Struisthen
the System, -wblch HELM
•3OLDI HZTBACF BFCHUwTABIAHItF HOS9
. Helmlold’s Extract Buclm
is sale, pleasant In Its taste and cdor. and mora
itiengthenirg than acy of the preparaConi of
IKON OR BARK.
For thois sufferlac
rron Sioica Sovn and Delicate Constitutions
WILL QIYS TOD
A GOOD APPETITE.
STKOSG, nEAITHI - SCUTES
ASD WILL ENABLE TOD TO
SLEEP WELL.
A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE -THE MOST
Compound ilnid Extract Sarsaparilla
fas
TZriljisg,
ike blood, re*
moving all chro
nic eonstitotlCMl dls
eastt srtiirg from aalapoie
siaU of the blood, and the oulyrell-
Sblo and effectual known remedy for the cum
ofSoclfcla, Scald Head, Salt Theam, Fainsand
Swelling* of the Bonea, Dlcerauon* of
the Throat end Leg*.
■plnolee on the Face. Tatter.
Sryilpela*. and aiiflc*i«
eruption* of the
skin.
And Beautifying the Complexion,
SOX A FEW
11 ut disorders that afflict maazrzu < ir»ua
aMsrrr-parntluS accmtulttee In the biooc. oi»n
the discos extoa teat have beea mad«:o sorze it on
auae can equal m eHect HELHBOLDf UoSiPoDSd
■UTEiCT OK SihniJ-itiUii. UOeuwnaS
eaovatas the bleed, instils the wars cl health into the
system. and parses out the nmrora w-lch train
aae. It stjnutale the healthy function* of the body
udeipals the disorders tost grow and rankle la its
blood. Such a len-ddy, that coaid he mice oa. tui
uag been soagntlbr. and now, for the dm dan the
.jcbJc have one on which they can depend. Oarteaen
-ism dees net adr.lt ctruccatos to abew its «3?cta b-:
toe trial ox a single bottle will show to toe rick t£a:*t
its virtues sarptMlng anythin* they nave eve taivr
two table spoonsful ot the am set cr sarssDariAs
rddel to a pint of water, is equal to the Litton Dim
Drink, and one bmue !» folly equal to a gallon at
■•napafflla. or toe Decoction, as tuua>
JT THESE KTTKACTI HX.'VB BKUV ADMIT*
n£D TO DSB IN THE UNITS!) BTAT3S ABMT.a£
ire also t very rsnsrai see u all the state £(>;.
riTAI-9 and PUBLIC DANITAET IHSTITUTIf-'S*
toroagboat the land, as was as la private ymitees.
and are oonaldeiod u invalaabie rezaodJaa.
Set Medical Pnperiiei of Buchu.
FE.OII DISEEHSATOEY OF THE
TJHITED STATES.
jee rrofwsr DETTEEI' Taluahte worka oa the
Practice of Physic.
gee remark* made by toe lata celebratea Cr
?wmc. PhiladeJptla.
gee remarks made by Dr. krttSAPW MaBOTTELL.
a celebrated
College of SuryeoßA Ireland, and pubUahed to >h«
tranauitloea of the King and Queoew Jomnal,.
■ee.Medleo-Chirnrrteai Aenew, published by sn.
JAkUK TBATZBA Fellow of Bojel Coliece of fur*
Z iMMzioet ol the uta standard Work* of Medico,
Sitnrtliehl II.M ptr iottle, nSh for U. 89
KgusiyuSla. ll.OOpwNftUf, KSUftr Js.#*
Mono. nca ntr tacked
Addree Jetwrt 10 r miotaatloii to
HBLHBOLD’S
3EWAB3 0? COTTBTEBFgrjS A3B
jrapEißcrPLsaj azAizaa
OipasS ol “their own" tad -otter-ima** ;■> g*
rspitstlba steamed b*
fiSUSSOIP'S PE£|ASA?ZO3r3,
gELMBOtD'S PKEPiRATIOya,
a£LKßou>;a
mMOLFI rX*?4r A7U)ji’
52LMB0I«D’8
HSLMBOLD’B
SEOTISnS KXTSA.CT SABSAPAKIIILA,
gKLHBOLD’B
KIKOIN* IsTEOTSD BOSS-WASH.
«oIIWMI»*Mn*H, UNIOM(_
•m# all Drasslita.
ABK FOB H EI.HBOLD’g.
ask for hiluoub
| m" Cm cat tit niUmbuK ai mi
M itn iktoUt>p«(!aeitadszsomW>
MUr*
9*ta(£ali‘a Czaxi Huns
jJBLHBOLD’S
HELMSOLD'S
UKLM3OLDI
EIGRLT COMCHSTRATffS
HIGJT.Y CONCSKTRLTCD
PI3hLY COK‘J2NTHATItP
HIGHLY COKrENTRATKD
ffi&HLT COSCSNTSATS3
. COMPOUND
COMPOUND
COMPOUND
■ COMPOUND
COMPOUND
FLUE) EXTRACT BUOHIj,
FLUffi EXTRACT BUCHU
ETiUID EXTRACT BUCHD
FXGID EXTRACT BTJOHb,
FLUID EXTRACT BTOHU
APpanrvH
A PpgTTTPB
Apoamv*
IPSCmC BHMSD7
SPBCIFIO REMEDY
specific RSjerny
VF3CXFIC REMEDY
iPSCLFZS SPranv
Kod-Ketcatitai or Icceattnanea of Urine*
Irritation, Inflammation or Ulceration of
the Bladder and Kidneys, Diseases of
the Prostrate Gland,' Stone in the
Bladder, Calculous Gravel ot
Brick Dost Deposit,
All Dloeaces or Afflictions o the Bladder and
Kidney* and Dropsical BveUlncs existing
In Ken, ‘Women or Children..
ESLMEOLD'S EXTRACT MCa®.
HELMBOLD’S EXTRACT BCCHC
BELMBOLD’S EXTRACT BPCDT
BELMBOLD’S EXTRACT SUCRE.
HELUEOLD'S EXTRACT BUC2U
for weaknaw ariMag boo Aabiu ol Di-ai
patlon. attended vita the following symptoms-
Indisposition to Szertloa. Low if Memory
Dimcnity of Bres-hlnsr. Weak Herve*.
Trembling. Horror olDlsaass. Dimness
Of
Sack, onlverra* Lassitude of
the MoacnJa* Ivitera.Ho;
Hand# ▼tnshingof
the Dnr.
MMOjBBI*
ERUPTIONS ON THE FACE,
VAUD COVKTBSANCB.
From whatever canae. either la
AIALB OR FEAIAI
WILL GITS YOU
WILL GIVE 10U
Brisk and Energetio Feelings,
SKEPTICAL,
miMUf
WprsnioLmß
helubo&m
HSKITBOtVS
BKLJBBCXiVI
HFL3BOLD>B
• RBißmoim
HILSSWU^S
aigniy Concentrated
PRICES:
HKLMBOLD'S
MEDICAL DEPOT.
MEDICAL DEPOT
MKDIOAL DEPOT.
medical depot.
MEDICAL DEPOT
’5(54 SOUTH TS.NTH W8!3%.
,;01 SOUTH TENTH tTHEkr.’
NON SOUTH TENTH STHEctI
104 SOUTH TENTH OTHKBt!
AM MOTH TENTH RaiEl^
nnow ohsqqt,)
(bklow cadres trr.) *
PHILADELPHIA.
fs&iSFtflii:
PHILADELPHIA
PHILADELPHIA,
WHO BO*a70» SO
S3KTCHNB fIXIEACT BUC3U,
ibr tt)e Hrrnn'.'
JJECRDITS FOR
OLD REGIMENTS.
Veteran Volunteers, $402 Bounty
and Premium.
other Eecrnitg, $302 Bounty
* and Premium,
tM I lariS JS'wTj t» *t» o, BKttaoc
a.niMretolota been om
befleemea VKISBAS VO?cvrf
will be entitled wrec-l..m.inS iK!
an' s bonntj »nd uremia™,
Tout ether Recm't, lor Ola Serfmenn. not Veto
m».oC9PO2te*sp»T!n advance Mint* u#
prtmlam cf iSLO. will bn paid. . aQtT
F»ch xearcte will be showed to SELECT THR HYQL
MEKT which be nreters to Join, sad wa. be «m
--teitdlototbe of bn choice.
All wbo »Ub to Join any of the gallant B*f tmeaec
rew ta tbe Held. end toitoslrothemimtacmlOoaa
offered by the Go»e,-ninent. cen bars the prtvl*
lege brcelUszaUbeHt'tdqurtanof:
Capt. William JAv*fis ftor“st Marshal of the
Istiamc*. a*. nloaGO
cm*. AMDS 3.CVMIN, I’rovoat Marsh ft! of the 2nd
DUlilit. at MARBKGO
Cam riOU3 v c.raTACE. Provost Marshal of tfcc
3rd Dumct.eti.tXCK.
c»rt JAMSd *V'jodhu?*Provost Msuhil of the
«i Dlitilct. atQHlarv.
Cipt JAM.'iS M ALLAN, Provodt Marshal ot the
3U-District etPKOCiA
c*rt MJELLOfgworte Provost ManbaloftM
8t District »r .»OLIET
Cspt. w. r I PH l PioTDit Mush* of the 7tb Dtr
trc., avDAKVILLR. _
ctfpt isa .arRP.TS ProTOSt Mirebal of the 9tt
D;«QJctetSPHTNOFIKLD. -
rapt. b f. whs. lake. Provoat Marshal of tbe
9ta District, at mt. arsansG.
r«pt WILLI*)! M TOY. Provost Marshal ot the
Wf Dbo-icc. Ac JACKSONVILLE.
Cant MORrIMLH o. KEAN .Provost Marshal of tM
UihDismct atfLNAY.
, cm GKORGE ABBOTT. ProTOtt Marshal ot tha
12th District. •taLTOßreid
t Car.t. IB SAC B. PHILLIPS, PtiTUt M«fShalO<
the District, it CAIRO.
MEN OF ILLINOIS!
You are aya'ii roTamoaed to rslly aroand tb«
dear cli Jag. Year ejeaaneoas and aloiioot
padwtiem has cltheito tcare ' i&sn ecnaliad
erpiYcsil effoor coinfey. Imperishable Instr* bail
erowaed tho arms ot the VTlrdhi* tekiona of jov
bxethrer al*esejlQ the fle'd. Mootnorßtitc baaeo
proud a record. 7her«D«lioc la rte.tasa dtUcno
u&beLeatb the 'remeadona tlowaoi Vue bra/aaad
sui<««rt»osaof tbeUepabUoi Alevb ows more end
Treason dies The end is near* Ton; chantry ants
c«JJ«. 6be istsyou to cjO§« np the raubi ot
the battle seined heroes, who. on a &nad - ac g'ortotu
flo. da ha«e made the name of •* I*Un»isaa ** a tenor to
tie foe. and the watchword of t ct.ry. She zraeu
y n with allberal’ty worth? alike of hr zrstirade fox
year past j coloremanta. and her thtiity
to«in;etxnoreei.oartptre''owa XUinotMea! totb«
s* boirtredsand tnoosan 'i. andaa hicia
lb? Oca «ff.rt that shall onngtbo lofumal D<«oaot
Sec'sroc to the dust rcrer»r so. Ilyin* or dT’air
•Mil iM« Commoawe Vtb and the Beoabho blase sow
and yoar names enamexortes be immortaL '
„ JS.USI O&KWS.
Lieut Co’onei Ua D 8. CavOrw,
cen ?2003a A. A. Pro. U*r. Gsa. HL *
JJtopooala.
Proposals for arms'
TP-A.S SP. STATION.
■Fo*r osxa.Kansas, October 53, I*3. f
SEALED FEOPOSaLS will te received at tMa
o J cs U o c.cck M oa'he lOthds* ot December.
ib63 liribecanarcriatfco of ir'M.ary bnpp.isadnrlnx
Ueyc&xs mil lit 5, on the lo.ljwfsg ruates*
•A°ims' No .*2»"£ lO S * OTiM La-amle
ardmiey.atdotherrdeoors teas may bs established
duiltsmeaboveyem.oa tqc west Darker tao *ia
aou»lriver.noith of Fou Leaven wortn and Mat i of las*
I’ode does ioith. trau* pests or stauona that are or
ttay ceerapLibeaintheTeriitorles of Nebraska. Da
kotan. Idaho, and uih aouitioil.titcde44 3-r north
artieiftcf lonaitudaiu de<. west. and in tee Terri
tory of Colonico. uonn o'sodc?. sorts. Bidder* to
*fa*etbeiaiej>«rioo pounds for 100 alias, at which
they-will transport s Idis-oteala each or un month*,
ftoac ajru to September. loc:u?lra of the ye»ra 1364
»nc IS6j.
, FocteHo.2. Prcm Forts Ls*vcuwcr*-h acd BCar
id toe State cf Ka-sa-, ami tnetowaot Kansas to the
fita*e o£ Mltsonrl. to any posts or stations
Cl at are or may ba enabVsbed In the Stats
of Earsaa. or ju the Territory or Co’orado.
south cX latitude 40 dejc, north, drs»l: z sno*
spnei from Fcrv Leavenworth, ata to jfort l/nl n.
£.U..or other depot that mayhelsUaatedH than
Tsßltoiyto Fort GatUad. and to any o .her point or
points on lie route, Bldcers io state the rate ICO
pocnosio* UO tnues, at which they tvl Itruiipon said
tteres In etch oi teemouths, (Tom Ap U to S * Dteinber
.Incluilvr Cftbryrarslß64 and >65. v *
. Kcutk Ho 3—Fr.m rert Union, or eucb other
dtpetastray in the lerx-toryof New
iUxlca to anv pests or mt.'oea tint are or may be
estaDEßEed’nihat Territory, atd to»och postsorcca
ttoiasamayi’e ceslgi ated in the Territory ot Af zoom
aad B’atecfTo-eswesi olloreltuielOSaetr. we t.
Dl: cento state the rate per 100 pounds io.- IOC aJ!oe
atwhtchtbsy wlttranspcn the
ttombs. tram done to NcTember. LtwlaaiTa oftha
jeaislSU nrditGA.
The a eiiht to be trnrsported each year will net ex
ceed 10 (COtCO punda on Honn No. i, 1.1 OW CW
poonds oa Acute Fo. ‘i. aad 6 CCO.COO poonda oa Hours
Ko addltioca' per centapa will be paid fnr the tr*a*
portailnr cfbrcon Laid oroao, plan number, shiaxies
or any ether store a,
Bidden most aiyn their names In mil. as arenas
t.eir place oi midence: »nd oacn proposal most be
aecompanlet by a tked la the sum of ten tiuajaad
colUomagned by two or eoroTespoadblaper'OrL
goannteaoi that in case scoot mctsaawaraed tor the
rente mentioned in toe proposal to the oa*ctes p'opoa
-1-X. the contract will beacceotea acd entered into,
andyoedandsufflcieut kcbtlct f'-ruiicOd by sa|j par
ties, m accordance with the terms of this adyeiOso
-mevt. i
ihe amount of bonds reqal: ed will be ns foPowa-
OnKtuioNo 1 ft oo oca
*! 2 I aco.ooa
- _ •• 8 6v.000
SatUfsctory evidence of the loyalty and solvency of
ewcmhldder and person offered as security, will be ro-
Proposals must be endorsed "*Proposals for Annr
Traist iu*f,cu on IJ. mes Kos 1,2 ~.r 3.” as a o cmo
maybe, and ncse w n ha entdrtatnedu-ile«8 they folly
comply with ail the requirements of tma aivartiae
ffient. ■ •
Pan lev to whom awards an male most be arepa-M
to execute contrast* at once, andtoalte tno teaulrtid
bends lot the faithful perfartoaoce 62 the tame.
Contract* «0I be made subject ta the approval of
the Onsrte'mister Q-cetal. bat the rlzht is reserved
to itject say or el Mde that nay be o Jewd
Contractors roust ba la te-uilaus fir service hv tho
flrstdsj ox Apit. 1861.and they wu; be repaired to
have a Place of basinets r.r treaclr* at nr in tee vid~-
Ityot Potts Leavenworth and Ha.on.aaa other diy
pots that may be eitsb L»hea at widen they may bw
comimleated with rcadßj ana promptly.
I*. C KASTOJT.
DCI-P235-53M8
Major aoa Qavnermaitsr.
2,000 ARTiU - ERY noßsss.
Qua aTsrx* ana's Dspabtxzbt. U. S A-.>
I2Tti»xapou9. LeO,. October 51. IS*>3. f
9EALID PROPOSALS win be reeelyed at thig
°to. C i3tT. o'clock a. M., on Satorday, November
a ,000 mnum horses.:
To bo delivered, at the GovemraealßtaMeg In'Jiie
city within lorty (U) days from date ol contract.
SPECD?ICATIONB JOB AETILLERT £03359,
Said horses to be of dark colors, not lew thin nfteea
anaope-nail tai»dsh‘gx tromsix W) u»a;ne u» year*
oid.»trong. quick am active, entrely sooatL well
biok*n,Bcdßqaaro trotters la hsrncu. fiacaboise
lowelga net .'eea than eleven hna^ro: (1 100) poucda.
. .Thete ’pedflcatloos will be ttnctiy adhei ea to and
rffldiy e*. forced in every particular.
o bid will he *Dta caned m!*.» aceomoa'icd n* ■
guaranty fbrits/alihhlperfonaanco, v 1 m
. fcrm rf bid and guaranty c»a oc had oa application
to iLnomce.
hidden mast be present at the oottiae of bid# op
their bide will he rejected v ** Ui Uiaj * or
be a.ed lor tbe la'thfalfuldllaent ot.
Paitiea wlilbe rennlnd to come no to the terms er
thecont'ac*-.or lortktae amount u\ tnelr bond*
TLeunceJilinea reserves uie rljht to reject a’lafds
d»emednr.rfasetab!a
Two cr mare bice from the same parties will Isaoxw
thorrJeetluß of tU snea oloe.
Ho bid wLI be emtmlned for lest than fifty bonea.
Payment made oa completion ot contract or u
soon thereafter istteocdenig.ee may bo la fauna.
Proposals will be endoised, “ Proposal for ArtU
urj bonea/*
Any other IrfotmaDon will be promptly given on
ar.piicatioa to the tudmalaced, penoaaliy, or by
i ax sinx puxosASXxa
CAVALBY BOSSES
Ic open Market.*t JUWarh. Pasmentmadeontlie
delivery cf trgbica) cr more.
JAM3BA SKIN.
Aiu.p.a a.
jjQ2 p253 6t
OFFICE COMMISSARY OF
S JBSISTSUCE Ho. S3 Wa«htnctoa street.
55 ALTS PROPOSALS Id Duplicate, tor Arn.y 6ae*
plßs.wiii he received oycapt H. ff.EdWas
*■} to UCi;»«D DUccts until t! o'clockM. of
tre loth day of Hoveober, iflo. la toe following fora,
- we, toe nndarsigned,, agree to. deliver sad Uzua
snyoraU He articles tcrei.a'ter rrecaed.
theflrsi. caaiity. TSstasybe required to-toe awi of
me United states Troop a Prtsoa-rsofWar or otoera
endued to oruw re lona trom the united Sts ea ta&t
axecr aeybe at art Post oa i»lao« ik th**' S“
tart Dibt*ict op itniNOiS (except in tae Coan*-v of
raigaavp ana the General HoepnaiatQaincyj boa
meacicg la tee County ol cook on too flist day of Do*
center, JtSS andat attetasr plac-aonweaws da*
or January. 1964 and endtnz June 30to, 1?5». ot suca
estun cay as toe C‘oimnla < «jy Genera: asy direct to
be haued oa Pr>ti»lobs Eauine or la bmr.es the
octlcn oi me Goveromeas. In aui able packages im
of cha»ees. at tao following Dric» to*wit -
J«l railons ofPortor aacen.maß a; - cts'u »-J 'Ja x_
lOOtatousof Beef. 125»* at -ct»*3}n.-H i, *
nornßonsor Flour or Pirnh t»wad,l37«aßA'.-ct-'BBa!
100 rations ol neanaor Peis. 15 »• at - eta F* a S*
ItOrsllotsofß'ca 10a«at-cts V tt-Kls "S’
Ito rations of Hcmlny lOaaat-ctaß *b
lioran-naofbestKlo Codee. 10s * at - eta'* a—sis s
iPCratlos9ofTea.ijj»sat-c»i» d-ku
ICOraxicnscf Hrown barer, 153» at - cts V a
UOraaoasclVlsrgsr.lquartaee-cta'Pq'Aaft ” a
o^&nemantltaCandles ai‘
100 jstiona cf soav. 4 lbv,a; ctvß d .. p °1»
lw)ie«on3ofßalt,»X»*»s-ctsi» » »“
2COra»‘oDv°fPei>, er. i oancaast- cti? s. t
lCorat!oEicfPota.°eA3oa* as-ctav m .. *
JCO xettODs of Moiaaer, i quart, at - eta P quar
100 complete rasloea ror --.....a.
Oroieccmplereration lor cts.*'*'”
rnl.?^?^, 5* wIU furnlto s pounds of pnrw
* TCB 9° Coffee in lieu ol ao p&aoas of gremv
•idljif ponndii of Corn Met] on pound of **ilot -1-mS
In Ueu of» ration cl Floor or F.*etb Bread aad an*
?k2i£ a,rc e,-w . s,ct ffi »? be required ter Hospitals »6
the lowest wooletaie pilce, to oadetrnainailbj tt»a
Surpecn or and Cora Heal a; cants
g" buriml when, not forming pa tel a comp etera
(To bo ilgced by the bidder or Mdian.)
two Vertex **° os-execuied in duplicate, by
** the undersigned —. 0 f —. la the State of ou
sels, nete y stirrsnty that Incasaiua loiegeinr bid
£i“ —. as above drsrrlbao. be accepted, uaortne*
win. on or before the 12‘h d.ycf No-empcr. 1553
cu,e ibe contract for the tame, with taannderaUned
u sumles, and in cue the sai-i shall l*A to enter
Into contract at aforeaald. we euvaury tr> make good
toe ciifrrtnce bex<*tea the otfec oi tnijcw—, end
that which m6y be accepted. Hovercbcr-.LSCd.
*ltnen, K. F. g-J- 'BiMitats.
1 btrebj cart*/? that the abav* aimed are kaoir*
tome aa sea cX piopeity able to mnkezosd ttelr
auerasteea •*
(TobeeL ntdby Via United Stat a Cfatrlct Ja:ggor
©tablet Attrmty) . ■ ‘ .
Ksca bid r-art care a printed espy oftnis
mat t po-tf d at It* seed, and ma&t be sr*. me In com*
pi>l-ir wltn al* tae tinna Tbe/ormcitbo to^trrcs
Sn be Hen attii* office. "S“i tie bli 1* male by •
0, tie proposal moat be signed by eactx member
Ol waeß *erenl anicles compose iteration. tie perron
B'*6i-8 lie itqofilnoa itili bare pewer to ritmlrc
enter srtt*le. TneßnCer*fßnft2 rwrrcatte rtzntto
reject any bid that u »y t» oflaretL *
»ia Le made r.oeo a tacstb. or aajoott
tcereancrts Rxr-oama? be on hand lor taat ptirpoea.
on to» presentation ol an Abstractor tno K.-ovis'ea
Hetnrcs, or receipt of iteres ts required by tts Arm*
Ib-un atiocs. Tie unitary Dlsulct ot ZTUnoU Incluld#
t K e -wScls state, eicep* tSe eltlrsof Cairo nnd Altos
Bidden are requested to b« pr*»*ac -wo«n bids ara
opened. H. W.hDiyABDS Capi.* C. j.
ocSLplIMw •
ALB CMS! t ALBUMS!! ln».
mem lower man* any hooar
m tte city, iM 1 1 otfnr ttcm at wholesale at tm
dealer*. Don't bay natii yoa
ilSJo^L^^w?; 0 * 503 - R.B. AP-PLiLSY Pboto
grspblc Stock Depot. 131 South Clark at. aa3 kS Ss
TSRASS STE NCIL ALPHABETS.
«X SAlllA?bT^®^Uofeo3 S i«AB3-
Tat only maanfictnrers is tto United aunst, orf
Bran AlpfcaberaacdKiTnres, to aay «?«*» extant or
Is any yarletr Bold at Wnoieaaie at tbs Low*?
Cash PnioS.. aso. HKST OK ISDBLIBL3
BTaNCIL ISX. TOT ciliP.. Stwau Did* and att
kinds of BUnall Stock. Inquiries or orders promptly
ttteßdtdto. DCi'iAvm
*rjW“- FAIKBANHS’ STANDARD
M/ SCALES,
/luF orn «ixM
Taiibaiika. Orwnl'jkf A (Jo,
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