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TJ THE DEjm.ITATED.-Con.
ralf*eet,t tlowlj resoverir* f*ont *h«L e ®TSt*r.
Ttralf eut or loMrrj.irunt ♦***-. <^o^ft; y c j,TfciS
will too HUSrKTIEB'S «.•«■ re
a woodexfol ie«oraitve It ’ c -be moregea
cctbtj»elnabOenta’n. ntpimnoc , It
4tAlt.anlu eoect oa me »-*>-L *vin«r6 an* ers’lC'B
build* them up, ® «threat. f ßlflmreft °f
return] av thou- tt* rLtT or 'o lc fc p«,a pi®*-
health, wfl'undt:U> la ©fe*rt»si4f
n* ifcaTviaamaatn® or ft** a confptaioa
Of tt! K!• belt hr jato, *»S. or rvcf; 10
while trave.lnc. * ilS’i/tiitiueiii. pair or remote, as
h*ve Jt. to'-, U* Vi l lrcCb eßj uUognas
a • •pmcatcclpla t”! j£ tJS »nich»*a*Ujr»w*w
• FMTMmrjtfil win c*c*»r U»e
30 r KW ia called ae.aojaw*.
paiDs fcLf pioce's ol moo*
nature K;n«-
e*rcsDia •*£ ♦ *,*paven atth HIM
wtiEsi m' « “
Ssn a* r.oa«t*rleiu areahtoao, be sere jod bar#
rwrmz Auvioix.vach battle ■ t which b*>a supfrh
with an fn* arl&i: oi • at, OtjW
iceiteDraxcm. - * aim »m*n * UwUUcr ab
jure a esreef uapp ncioicC 11 q vor -1«
|.»tldk M'.d the orlgli »1 content* ol the bottle* cud
smote *z/*>douc poimjh in taeir ateah.
i coio pecsatTiasau _
"\?y ESIERN UNION COLLEGE
’*A K D
Military Academy.
Tbf aroond t*IT eestloo of the current acbool year
cottmeaoe
November Uth, 1803.
Tbere area few vaeancle* IntbeCrietcon*.
Studcnrt* OwtrtßC *rinttt>loo will plea** »MP6H,
CoITD-fi- CO VAB r. Pro*Ulect,
maol*. ho 6 pCT3-6t
,jr\R JAMES, (formerly of New
Orlcass) wfco*eunrlvaJlefltaecmJathatreit
rncat of chroßlc. Varcatial. Bioot oaft other diisssu
TAAT SSQDIBES BKILLVUL TSB&TME9T.
SupennaaeaUv located blmnlf at EC B*ndalpb-«L,
Chicago. Dr, Junes ujeconxxaendad bj the medical
faculty, and the almost entire pres* of the sooth.
Ihoocaad* of unfortsua'a Dr. JAUSB. who.
hut for Us, world he imtg a uflstable-exlrtoaca.
The tnvUhle repufc«uoo Dr Jamei csjon from tha
lakea to the Gulf, is the result of jean of study and
ch*erraUoa.
Dr. James uses to Vcrcury«lsdlde. Patawll. hnealc
orSairaparlfla la the treatment of hlooi dkea»6, hut
asesttaUz**. which u a pctttlvecnre.
Oraaalo Weskans cured by a new and lafslflhls
method BSTlrg both time aad express.
OSes and parlors al SC Dacdclph street, (up-stsln
OAce Lou.s from HAM. n:.th SP.M.
OOFBDLTATIOKB UTVICLABLU.
n06 1 43C-hr
WATER CUBE AND HO
T V MtEOPA TRIG Ai EDI CAL INFtBMARV.
2SZX STATE STREET.
b Dr.H O. TO WHSEND, reccnUy from Best on, Hsu*
Cr St fractleeufcr which Dr. Towosoufl hu
orwrtUen dlrecUoas
( 11 or Fema'eDlscAM*. akolortwclV.
cmsscl Ner-vovs D.&'JitV of M«i«s acd Fco» m.
F«molesvtslthut them*? *a3 withtug ateucH Advice
con be MwldSa wim nice room-ana the bs«t m mm
me ot very reitonable te;n s Dr. Towcseaft na*bl*
rocrni* mm arc*mat prtiests vldilce hi* ofllce
iln’JS ISjra.t)“ 111. D-. hT=MU.
-Dl will be promptlj an*wtrtd. con*ult»non lies
ok«Siom»SmgA y M.to*P. M. nolpiso xc-i»
TRUSSES,
Shoulder Brace*. Abdominal Qwtjc
Stockinet, a,; L B. filiKLß* S Truss tttah
iihtarßt,
126 curl Stmt, OMc«c«,lli.
Ole proprifeterana rtauaiaciurtr ci the tiwa Bub her
TniM under £Ur£e d tioooyeex's Patent*. ThlsTmai
rr »k* iinplcrtß, oIA ffes* toe cort from 141 prewar e.
•Ul never rret, break chafe. e»U or blister, can be
eadt etm or limbsr. o*ed 10 oiiamg, *l**l* cleta
aadgoodaanew. >i*tnr.g mis Trust can to
aecciatelrfltted.br sending stxchi ISIr? 4
bocy tn Übo of rupture og3-Tr«*-xr t. wt
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS— Ue
ctemi, Totom-PiLiTriTTo* oj tbs
Ha*aT —The bUeolDf.. U.laierLi*. n»hv,ungana tor*
ttuite methtc of ite trea'oect 01 disease
teoet to tbe ctauucuoa maer taan *he pretervation
of ttm.au life Pli>*lcl«n» hsv« a certain r.iunueme
icrtbcu for their sioxirt onea&ani from w.-lch t««te
U nooepartute the Jaws ortseHide*aß4P«n , lMX»
veto not more imatub e l-aa the dicta of ttHPra*
conlsn Code that coniines me* to p£cJtat
oesaitr ot cxtulcn. OuTsimtelHU b* pjmcular
rule* system ot jne contrary]U
tfce nmpie Uvi *>l eatu-e Valrl et.oi 1* vbe
eflect of JuOtgfallau. clscrd. :8 01 t«e • of
nervous affecuo e. F> ib-.if euioa on
cud tervre ihePUls nmove i.e cunt and *
rack al cote. ; pot-aT-ilw
j VKS. W & j. HUNTER & VO
U EB&PES Ue« Saronic D«w«i. *oefc *•
(VnfN raMngfltfOii. AttuiZX. tte LuiCS.orbTt
S : o®tc6 EJQccyv Biwu'.er *ao tee Bowel*.
inaribetk. Dyiet.l*--ry. Gout. EJp
Dl«e«*e *3O *U c. mpUlot*
*il?SS(lr«3io«Ey~ wart 2*r*. C&unct DlrcHwrcw,
]{ntrtmnma Bnttliiy ftonr.d*- Al'O
CABCKEB. OLD BOKKa OR CIiCBKS, TUAIER3
VkNS. FUXS AM) riaTOIiX
Without c«tt»pg with the knife. All lettora mut con
tain ten cents for » apeedy a»»er. Dn. w. m •*.
'IUNTKB 4k VtK B4i)rtN, W73. fiOUIB from 9
A U.toSr.M. OClca B •tiwet.wt'W of
Dearborn, Chicago. JHlaoU xcCScCJ. ly
JJOCTOR J3IGLOW,
CONFIDENTIAL PHYSICIAN,
formerly cl fit. Lents. and now esUbUtbed for tfc<
laaitooyeauai
179 & Clark 6t«, comer of Honroc,
The unparmlldf d recede cf the Doctor In ell racial
dlttfttM roaleacd female. leconuneaf* him to the
pnblie «e daerrioe of patrooare He bM cared tae
wontcaif* known Jc the country, and i« reco.srae.ji
ed blzfciy by the t*»ee * hcrever he baa been, ae a wed
educated and aelentirte two
et emptied yet bin* GUI OB TO HEALTH.
Boon.* eeparate for Udit* atd gei-Uemen where
theyesntte the Hester only at airtime from 6 A.
M.to BP.M.
or Cocauitationatee. P.0.80z25i.
ocSOoSM ijrcOw
and purple hair
VX«eoften the result* el epplyltg the ordinary
dyea. The only aafe anic o whim ipvf-naciy nxo
nincesanytbaderi cclorceiUed, irom a fine amoer
Orown to the inteueet mask la
Grhtadoro’a Excelrfer Dye.
Xtuerradea every fibre ftem the rott to the t-p with
the ilrce «qo ltd. and acuaiiy lt*ls the hair w.ta
thealiment which la reqilil'eto promote JU growth,
tto loam., I’tpenna-eccaaTd its beauty.
Hatm‘actw*dt>yJ.CßlSTALOnO. SAetor House,
pew York Solo everywhere. ana eppuea oy au.
and *3 per box. according to alze.
A PHISJOLOtfICAL VIIC*V OF
hearty wop^^^odlSO fluePUtMand
Krcravirncf the Ao.tooy cf ia» fiexaal 0.-garc la
BfU*le of Health ecd Dreeue. wi*h SeJ-
Abo*e.lta Dtpiorable coLMftoetccr,noon the Mind
«ud Boty, »lUi the Author's r'laa of Treatment—the
only rational atd eaccfaefal *°f de of can*, m «ho ur
Ut vm ißpo-.tof cava Atrutvfol advUttto
tte tnamtd. atd vbcce ccjjtOTiolatirß
eoteitalc double of tteir physical coj-d Hon. Beat
Ore of pottage to ary adores*, on receipt of zseesta.
In tump* or peral currency, by acdre*iink ha
CBOIX. Ko. 81 Hale tm Lane, ilbiny H. Y.
oilih99»am
OILES! PILES!!
jt DB. TTITFIELD'B
VEGETABLE PILIi«4.
a.re warranted a certalnccre tor FISTULA. BiASD
BLE&DING MUid.
we woald caution all who are victims to O la dto
awMicc oomiUl. tto ay. id the use ol external appa
sauou *• ttey «woS only la acgrara-lxi* the dues**.
Dr. wny-LSaAi'ti remedy remove* the cause ol the
disease, and efiectt a pfarmaceut cn’o.
w TBIBIBSO QUA.K. MBDICI3TB.
These Pills have bee. 1 tried for me last seven yean,
and In no instance have they Wk4 w cure
Trice SO cents pt* box. SeutbymaUtoanyalCres*.
YOUNG. «wie proprietor
tsi Broadway. a. Y.
b, rusg » gamf.
XT AIR DYKI HAIR DYE II
II baTUhBLUB'D eetebrjoed HAraDYßie ths
g-y, n> mu Wnca. Ibl OtIJ BaXSUNi 11VJ Mfl
SSJSuKtfcowa- This srieneid
*mmct Bel. Ssity or Grey Bair Instsatly
jf Sad Dyea The Gwaatar. I* slmed wmaiAif A.
MJMsncLOB »U orbcrtare wroi jti-t.o’*.tnCahocd
v «Toded eolf by all D;ng£lst». Ac. JS&SfcJ 1
itreeu Pew York •yS g^'T-ly
HB. J- hkbbu^,
J J CasotE AND CoHtUjrpvroif Goxpuficsr.
iu ß !oca*od at GM.wgo, Umc-is. Cl evenae,
-<orteroi lia.dc'pi. forces. Se kbla and eatractiCtn.
nya Ir licm lenr ti iwe.ty fo-rhoars.w.thoot irstre
ieuir or pain. treats all ktad»ofCarouic Hts
rccccr*iblly. Carts always gcarantoed. Pest
*ttco Boa 0413. PO*-q3 .g la
CiKD.
‘ ffABT XL THOMSON, H.
graduateo/ the New Ecglaid Female Medical Col
‘•cfc.at Poston.reiptcuuuy sniGaaccs that yue
itea-d an efter t*» rnia city. Ha* pe practice a y©at
i. &« Kew York Ir'lraary for the disease* of -women
i-d chi-den, ate ro iciuihc pstro=*ge of the pani.e
f i.i'tc*toand vjcii’ty. Olfic St fc t* street i»"ce
lw.lrimSt llA.af- MAP.yH TuaMPS.)-S.
RiMEisoil:—’fi* •Vt'j HataM, Mra. B, ?.
tftidner Mra.P.C.fitttJ.au.Mrs.W.H.Biocr.
or.U-oi t |i"
Igatromsinc*
npIFFXN EP.CSt
cranssioii mratruun,
Wo. S Poi-trey's SondlSg.
EMJ.» r. etata. eM caK
r> ALIiOWAY & CO.—Peckers
U PrortooniyealErikadGcnersl
j^erwigsiON
flßcenofontt WAtogertJßottfiofTimdeßnfldlia
a lure atock | ? , i Stcoked H*e» and Shoo
M tSSSaSttSi. ?cia cnrto*. aanwid tad ni
.nrtw«d.«tilct vi. otter it low sukot Oj
SSBf«SS3S- "iSaWSf-f#?
’ mii6-ks»-e»
A TbBERT morse & co„
j\, I»BODtJC*
OSEETXXRSI<»R OTM.CIIASTS,
* c » #oatt sr.t«: rtreet. <Aikan*» Crnlom*
f°- 1 cmoAßo. uimoxs. , „
' BV-fewloov BPtfJaed iflct:r_tr-
>auz? tta, jj
pENTSTOE & CO.,
•“ «9KKU>bi(fK nyitousia,
uvinruoi.
MnjMnp**q-»ii.«iiyi»: nuojß<*m
MUilßic. tec., Kft.\ati-
Snow I BnrzeM. do.
Jotmf.oc * Barter. *O.
..... Btlt oo ccuuiacoai* of itjl'JlMl
itioot.*c_ «> tt, * #, * , ac^Sy , Kji.trAßi> a no.
dol*jrn* IE iAqailo qtreat. Calcogo.
TbeKL akih & CO,
**■ oojnßawsres jebkceajtx»j
- wf«p AtnseL Liberai *ovaoc«xsa4sa
■KX.*. 880-TK * 00.. Snr
c. teta
J3oois atiC »t) ota -
1863. FAIL TRADE. 1863
BAM'ltO’l Sc, BARTLETT.
tuaolaciem* aad Wholesale D&aienlm
BOOTS MOSHOE&
30 Lake street, Chicago, HL
Waaie W* offertfif w the trade one ©t the targe;
and bStBELBPXaD Stock* erer bronchi totbv
detaradi’M to Di» oar BOisna cit.
u££?f£«»s«t«to toilet EooJa
Ab Low as can be Bought
foods.* tree r*ttrrt m « pt ol wittJi w# *owt»nTto
w RA\TSON & BABTISW.
MUUBUSm
B'oMilttE fiaromau.
SADDLERY HARDWARE
SLEIGH BELLS,
HORSE BLANKETS,
SADDLES,
CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS,
LEATHER,
HOYTS LEATHER BELTING.
Condicf, Woolley & Co,
No. 53 i_iake Street.
JJAYDOT, KAY ifc C0 M *
45 and 47 Lake .Street,
Macnfactnrea aal ssilerc Ir
SARDLERYRARRWARI
fiprlfies, Axles, Spoke*, Felloe*,
Carriage Dodlsi a&fc Seat** Ena*'
illsi Clolht Fstent Leaker*
CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS,
Hone Collars, Blankets, ITbipSi Lashes,
—AP!>-
Slarnessbeather.
A* ORTMATKR & CO.,
llocnlhcuiren and Dealer* In
SADD Xj SS,
HORSE COLLARS,
inap», &onjeßi&i>latc,FlessE
Uuveiuii ac..Ate»
44 LMB STREET, BP-STAIBS
leSmSCI-U* 1
fflapi, fun. Wt
WILLIAMS Ss FTTCE
IS l>ake Street, Chtcmffo.
WHOLSBALZ 0X1X303 Of
RATS, CAPS,
35’XTIR.Sv &ZC.,
now prepared to offer by tae package or dose
cinch the la;ge*t, moat attractive and
cheapest Block ot
Sfeis* GtpSt PDWj
Bnctukln Goods*
mxA Fuse? Bo*M»
Vasbrellas)
L*dle«’SSa t <t*.
rob* of ttamiboara, all or wbjchW;
an acd will eell« low assay fir* EAST or wSr.
Bpeclti sttecucn u oor extOLil re stock r
Fur Osps and Ladies & Gents* Furs
OKD2BB ,
<f|Q roccitt prompt acucuoa of oac of ow fiat
Weber, Williams & Fitch.
(Kiprmtino.
New freight express
LINE.
PLATTSMOUTHj GLENWQOD,
COCKCIL BLUFFS & EDDYFILLB
The uaflerefcaed bare estabhabed a Team Lice Iroa
eao to tie above points, and *UI earxy freight via
BnHiIGTOS AiD SISSOCRIEIVEU,
iXD
Cliluge, Bnrilcjton aid Qnlnrj EiUroads,
&t the Ndcw given rates per too ponrdi until Borem-
uteiue. 2d do. tddo.tthdo.
Chicago to Council Bltlb
wd Omaha... fSJS) s2.*® f2 60
After November ift.and nntlltortber&oilcs—
Chicago to Councfl modi
udCcatl..... .• .•••ISC3 f2 95 52.55 52.79
Herchart* and «i»trn*tin* the zransponv
Uoa of their freUfct to the undersigned caarely oa
accordlr g to Eastern £akV
Bpa-inw, Be particular and mark package* vis
- busukgtob Ano kdbytolk.-
Fct further Info matlon apply to C. F. HEfTBIE*
COm Council Blnffa • TOOTuB A HSJffbA, Wats*-
£o?tbV fi. a. BOSBTdHELL, Glen wood; FISH 41
bbsdbxx . co.
CouncilKuflk,Oct.9. IMS. _
Forfortberlnlcnni-llonapplftotbe GenT
Office CMffgo. Burlington * QuincyKalHoad Com
pany, Chicago. oci6tia»dia
1863.
Western Transportation Company
AND
WESTERN EXPRESS,
wmt WTSSTKBN TE IyHPOBTATIOW CO HP ANT
laTßSiade anaskemeui* to ran their Lake A team
?rcpeHfcr» ot alterua'A day* with thou of the
NSW ICBE CENTRAL
CCHIG AK CENTRAL BiILROUM
—also—
XEE WESTERS EXPRESS,
naming over me Wqw York Central to Bar
.in lacccfiatc-Uc irtth ice wrtoni MlfOKli ran
-saf Wt»tTmad the diff'reU Lines ol PropoJleraor
die Upper ar-d Lo-cr Lakes.
ver bms ot lading and contracts via Canal or BaO
ead,arplyt3tbe folK-wtrgagents*. • .
HUGH eLLkU. K X I, Cffi-dUs Bllp v lTew' York.
, SvivEZTr CLMT.No.I Canute Blip. New York.
*ro C>LBBN. No. 1 Cfft-ttw aUp.FewYorX
B G.CH/BR, ns Pier. Albany. W.Y.
5- 8-
n’wMIresTEiFBPOKIATIOS CO_ BufflUfi.
oosaiQsnss.
ifio BSAK * OO.JBrte.Pa.
BOND A ASUBRIB. Cleveland XJhlo.
H(npKlNB A GKimXH. TvfedO. Ohio,
w F PSA*. SaudasT. Ot'o.
a 'p ’DUTTON. Baclae. „
KENOSHA PIKB SCO«M. W».
W H- WBIGHT tc CO.. Waakw«a. Hi.
f’j7 XXBSIAKD, Bhebosgsa.ltts.
J. W. XITILE,
seperal 'Western Agent. No. 3 Etate street. Ckiesge,
seSkrtW-Ba
Ulattljia.
WATCHES.
raloshle for officer* In the army an
traveierv’—LFiaakLeslt** *'th a . ■ _ _
• Pxeuirsf, oest ana cheapest umaplsces ever oner- -
od.’—lN Y.limttraV.3New .JanlO
* Exceed oibai mwfat-.urts in rolntol accuracy
andejessnee [rbila. Army i Nary G«i«tte. Mays.
**Anic.p;cTcsentoa orcirary tiiccpjecis »m us
rriuahle for ra'l-oao man.**—£sT. Y, Am. Btflfoad
J ' ? Y.Scot
11Chirac* aj tLmekeaptrt."—fPJtti '
p:et^^d e di?aife* watches for’he a-my”
—fN- T. Annj A Navy Joarnal. CGoremmeal organ.)
A **OMrf ttecloeit end moat teHshls bouses in bail*
~cgi.”.~tbCßlcTlUe (Ay.) journal. J aly SU
MAGIC TIME OBSERVERS
TH* *****o7los CT JIECIUSISX!
Being a Hunting, or Open Face, or Lady’s or
Gentleman’s Watch, combined, with Pa*
tent Self-Winding Improvement.
TteJ» Jn I'« isane cl Jas.-IG>
-.ica. cc p>c« wr<:^»^TßP^
ir£wnasuet clew;rg novelty, of wbieatae ana
haubFeos or Sew York are toe
» catedshe*aoic Yi*eowabteb tad to *K\yJlnZ
C|p» aC* M'i COnDl&eO. O^SOriudJlTß*-!
SmS SSnikS MS
py.kiM ti ti- cdlc'c lorjcsotf and rail able cm ever
it .idco.tocuavltbltjn^
attachment. iee4er.a» a key
•iSSy^ istZeZSr The <••«• of tb ”
ooidcomcctm mtttj*. t5« catsr otc bstos «.•
16m «tl°ld I-b«sibelMtovad taojacaaa KT3t
wmauil ll •« a Maud aa »aC“ ?te n aea'.KS
Vrice o proved, per cue olhs’f-doteti. lit 1 *
J»W%-bUlare*tMor«:^lK»»4.^Saowe*flM
■>c»lr r *o bnv *t who e*a!e. SS3. U e*® l 0/ SA.L
*£U«t>*e U'SS cost*; reg’btwlnc. 20 cent*.
SILVER WATCHES.
Piist-Oats HUNTING Timepieces,
ror Accra.'cr or noravtarr, beactt o* »JJ£i XtL
m*»re alu cur xpsEJ-a ix raior. tuoz
watgbs* hxjwc xa'pCke
tXIVEBSII EIPBOBIHOS.
irriTMloarafaaltleatitettt eta bwd;y be dot toted
tMtUD A-rionro siltes j i
7b» mo.cl rt**A wa cfcniiatbea mylie
t-rmnocp ItoCV pttuiin* very m .nroo. Rt
*25 «.« op«atrtA tfaty i'UidrtG dcl.arsw*a DjraMi
i a tdocla p*j day bj anyone of cxdlawy biu'cm
*sw*et Wholesale Ojtlt! In b»yr tunnel
tiisn.v<ia. white d»sj *na
'fciarca' la ro'rt ranctes -ordt*. by tbn a» f
-4f7.M,*66: pretAjfa «J8 J ;
ait* b» tAe c*»e. Cas be lately A«a& Dy mam
aocos sent ty Erpress to any part of the Loyal
States, with bill payable on delivery.
r»t*saae«lti »hoik we baS no PREnon»et
olradsc* to *o b»
bill lot Mme ero c**J r er7. iuot* is all cut* ro
i!n v- «?Ct 9 si 11 cdr—rc t» a sa»ra*-ioe that sue
«« «m. n- ’> 0.-mly p»ta tor ot
P itertV* e»«^« ieP m »Jr*ncß illloaap-
a.orairtl.
lot*—cooler* aal alioih*rf» la the dUrtoyal
«^^Ki^K*!aifr , U3SKs
llgs.o.d«. I^:l2^
A LBUMSII ' ALBUMS.!! —fa
lr me eiy. wM*i r^d^lanr 11 ttW«W 70S
tame rave •« Frerem d*»*era. «mm _ p tQ . 0
WO rtocS. r.O Borfra.
granhJc stock Depot. iM sontt Clara n. »n*
'C'REKCII ZINC PAINT.-Bril,
X? Wsot and
stunted ftr lf*d tot eco-oxr a^d-daraM Uf. cin
nsnily ior u)« byJ(*EPH B. STROhQ* CanAM
Grwnsucet. roe agent Vt’Ule MoD»«c?e S° i SP w ‘
For«**etr LEWIS.PAwS & P°‘
nrt+2sWw i* CMSAfO.
Clitcaga
TUESDAY-, NOVEMBER 10, 1663
Inhuman Treatment of Prisoners of
War in Eichmond.
Where the Blame Rests.
THE FBOPER UE3IEDY.
To tic Editor of the X. Y. Timet
A vast deal has been aaid and written at va
rioaa timet, and by various people, about the
barbarous treatment received by the Union
prisoners in Richmond at the hand* of those
who have always styled themselves “F. F.
V.’e.’Mhe chivalry,” Ac., bur, a* the sub
ject is ore cn which too much cannot be said,
audußour people are oaly now beginning to
give tome slight head to the cries of mortal
stiff*ring and anguish coming ever and anon
from the poor fella wa who have had the mis
fortune to fall into rebel hands in Virginia, I
venture to give your readers a few particulars
which may ♦■ate escaped the notice of these
who have not haa the tame opportunitiesth:
writer has in witnceiirg the barbarities al
luded to. ,
Ot the “ Libby* Prison” I fled the following
description mmy nia<j, keptwhl’el was an
. inmate of that infamous abode of misery♦
Clore on to the csnsl, end at the corner of
Cbrj and Twinly-firtt streets, and within a
milt of “Rockett*,” stands the horrid Libby
Prison. Tto entire length of the building on.'
C»rj stuttia 135 feet, *ith a depth of about
nmtj feeton Tweoiy-fintstreet It Is.dl
vided into ilree t ectious by stout brick walls, •
titd it,*on the side next to the canal, four'
storite. while on Cary street it ft but three
etoricf in of the stories being
divldt d into three oblong low rooms of 45 by.
90 ftet Ou the ground floor the room next
lo Twenty first street is appropriated to the
rebel guard,.the next one to the Union -offi
ce rv, and the tbi-d is the hospitaL This is on
the Cary e'reet tide or front of the building.
On the canal side: the lower story, or ground
floor, is the cook-house and receptacle for
the dead, until a sufficient number have accu
mulated to make it worth while to remove
them, or until the stench becomes too great
for the rebels themselves to bear. On the
ucond floor. In the two rooms next to Twen
ty-first street, are over four hundred Union
t-oldiers, and in the third room on this floor
may be found the remnant of some one hun
dred Union citizens, who have beeirincarce
rated titce the commencement of the war.
Seme few of these prisoners were Quakers,
and were released on payment of SSOO each.
The three rooms on the upper floor contain
stleaat two huedred Union soldiers each.
Four small-slzcd windows at {pch end of these
rooms admit a limited amount of light for
about twinly-five feet, leaving .about forty
feet in the centre of each a here print cannot
bertadlnjhe dajtuue. Prisoners once ad
mitted > o the Libby, sever leave it for an iu
slant for any purpose, day or night, except to
be exchanged, or to be ctrled to an unknown
grave. There are 111-constructed water clos
ets la the rooms, which, owing to the contin
ual bresklr-g of the waste-pipes, emit a moat
lotolerable effluvia. In addition to all this,
the whole plsqeis one nest of the most abom
inable Tenntn. About ha’f a ration of fair
brtsd si d a plate of email dark colored beans
(or ‘'coir ptfep,”) twice a dty,lt thensnalfare,
meat bting issued only twice a week, and then
in rery small quantities.
80 much lor the Libby Prison itself, but all
this is capped by the treatment received by
t he unfortunate inmates.
BtUc leJe (eurelj ruhcalled) is situated in
the Joints Elver, about halt a Runshot from
ihe Libby, and right opposite that famed in*
solution of .the sunny South. It is a long,
low sanobask, and when there is a freshet in
the river, a large portion of It ddsappearsbe*
neath the Olthrwatcrs of the James. It is on
this mere fandsplt that hundreds of onr poor
stivetiig Union soldlera are no* held la ut*
ter wretebeduets, naked and famishing, and
subject to all the dire diseases consequent
on exposure to the elements In such a local*
Uy. It has never been occupied as a dwelling
place, and was only visited in the daytime by
itc ihi-Q fishers, who had * few rude huts
there, until the “chivuLy* found It a con*
vecient place to get rid of the “ d—d Yan
kee*.”
The relentlessly' crael treatment of the
Colon prisarers in Richmond commenced
immediately after the first battle of Mtnaasas,
when the rilsoneis were confined in “Ligon’s
Tobacco Faclmy,” on Mala and T treaty-abeth
streets, md has continued unabated to the
present day. Prom the beginning the prig
oters hive been under the supreme control
of Gen. Winder, bat at that time Capt. Gibbs
and Lieut Tod were, his subordinates, who.
came in direct contact with the prisoners.
Winder is a man of middle height, or slightly
under it, advanced in years, rather stouMy
bollt, hair quite white, florid in complexion,
with a red nose, and a cold, cruel gray eye;
and his acts from.the first prove clearly run
he is precisely what that eye indicates to the
observer—cold, cruel and vindic ive. He
wears a pray uniform. The last two men
ticned have been killed, as lam informed,
and bare therefore gone where they
have been “rewarded according to their
works;’ 1 but I may mention that it was under
the iyyirtH ot Winder, Gibbs and Tod that the
“ Ugon Prison’ 1 was perforated jrith market
bills in at lea*t twenty places, and that Glea
son, of the Fire Zouaves, a man of the Ist
Michigan regiment, and several others, were
shot by the guards for merely looking out of
the window*; and it was at the same time
that a rebel soldier was permitted in the
bi cad daylight to bring a human skull, with
a rope passed through the eyes, and dangle it
in front oi the windows, in the public street,
I shouting out, while he brandished a huge
! howle knife, “This Is the la-.t of one
Tfluhee.’ 1
Thetearabukafbw of the barbarisms prac
ticed uncerthe eyes of the men mentioned
ahote; the whole would fill a good-sized vol
ume. Two-of these hive gone to their ac
count. Shall the third escape punishment
here?
Gen. Winder still retains tbs chief com
mand, though Capt. Tamer is the command
ant of the Post at the “ Libby. 11 This mao,
though lauded continually by-the Richmond
papers for hie kindness to the prisoners, is
cruelty it&lf. Every petty annoyance that can
be Invented Is tried in order that some one
may ioliiHge in the least cegree come cf hid
-rules, eo that he may hare the satisfaction ot
“bucking and gagglng, n .or put in irons, or
on bread and water, the offender (?) I hare
known Wm to threaten to hang one Individu
al because he would not get twelve men. to
eweep the street in front of the prison, and
he pot font men in irons and in a dark room,
on bread and. water for 48 hours, because
they would not clean out his stable
Now then for the remedy for the gross and
disgraceful abuses, the inhuman and barbar
ous treatment which I bare so feebly attempt
ed to set forth. What ehouuld It be? ‘ Re
taliation. It is a harsh one 1 admit, but a
jest one under the circumstances. It .only
requires that it should ba invoked with dis
creiion. We are'not to suppose that men
wUI be contented and happy in prison any
•here, but no such complaints are heard
frem any rises in the South -where prisoners
of war have been located as from Richmond.
In truth everywhere else more or less con
sideration Is shown to prisoners, but In Rich
mond a prisoner is looked upon as a dog,
and treated accordingly. Therefore the rem
edy is not to visit the sins ot the Richmond
ruffians upon soldiers from other States, bat
to retaliate solely on Virginia soldiers. It b
write than useless to appeal to the Richmond
authorities, Winder or his euberdioates;
they are insensible to ’he first emotions ct
kindness, pity, consideration or line chival
rous feeling; they have no hearts, or they
are of stone-cold, callous, cruel. We have
tetn them, and ** know their works ” Rstal-
Ulicr, then, strict, stem and unflinching,
and that on Virginia rebels only, is the true
remedy for thic monstrous disgrace to the
a«c we live In and to civilization. A.O.A.
LATER FROM EUROPE
Mr. Laird on the Braiding of the
Alabama and Honda.
On the 33d nit., a farewell breakfast was
given to Rev. Heniy Ward Beecher, at Rid*
ity’a Hotel in London, Rev. Baptist W. Noel
presiding. The proceedings are thus re
ported :
The Chairman s&id that they were met to ex-,
press their sympathy with the country of which
LtclrgLCSi was a citizen, with the Government
wbiclibesupported,and with the great movement
of which he wag an artier* supporter. Mr Beech
er had been for many years a brave advocate of
the oppressed, a manlypatriot, aedhe had shown
Curinglds slay in England a boldness not o tally
dannu-d, and a good temper that no 'provocation.
C °]Dr! the Secretary of the Commit
tee of Correspondence, read several letters from,
••extiemen who wen; unable to bepresent,bat who
tvirhed to esprvsa their sympathy w.th the oh-,
krr» of the meeting,
Bcv. Ur Wuddkngton reed aa address to Mr.
Be ether ezpres-lve of sympsthy with the cause he
Vd fit heart and of warm, admiration of him aa a
nun end a patilot, and fall of fraternal expressions
ted nood wishes for hia welfare., , . ■ •
“Bev.n.W. Beecher, who was received with
meat applause, responded at considerable length.
II * said JwfJt that he coaid speak with perfect
freerxn in that assembly as to what he heliSvcd to
be the itb rposition of Providence on b:s behalf
since be lua b<*.n In this country. When he cime
fiom the continent he had been for more than
twenty weeks without speaking, aod was quite
out o£ tra*i.lu2; and alter speaking iaaanm-atsr,
Edinburgh, G;as«owand Liverpool, his voice com
n'elely failed bun. He was afraid he would not
be able to fpeak in Exeter Hall. When, however,
on Tuesday morning he spoke tohlmselfihs foand
ills voice «s clear asawuisile. borne might sjy
that his recovery was owing to the remeues he
adopted, but he was disposed to thluk that In their
rse ne btd the direct interposition of the Almigh
ty Qals Just night he received by the mall some
v*TThLTOxtiat documents from America, which
rh’ow •con , 'iderate light on the slate of public
fi*elite In New York, in regard to tuc negro. •
The fttc riots were really the work of the Irish
|4 then read numerous extracts from
ibe repost of tbc committee appointed to relieve
the colored people, showing tae sufferings which
the negroes calendared at the hands of tac mob,
and ike energy with which tae mcrctoU amd ro
hclona corgregatiocs were setting themselves to
■woik to compensate them,' as fkras possible, for
tltlr safitrlnta. The reply to this report, a docu
n.er.t admirable for excellent composition ana
noble sentiments, was signed by .twelve or fifteen
colored men. who were gentlemen, scholars and
Christiana. It wa» said tnat the colored mm was
worse off in New York than In So nib Ca-ollna; ]
but having been la the Utter State, bo coold
tcstimosvtothe contrary heiug the fact. Hun
dreds and thousand* of emancipated n ’croes were
bcltg educated by whltepeople, who u*-k- d for no
otluTrela-nbiitboard and lodging. The Chris*
lian Church'of the North was fully conscious of its
dety in regard to tbc black mnn.‘ . 1W
He read otter extracts Irom repo’ts an-1 other
documents to show that in 1831 and
iirAriv ali tbc Christian churches in-Ameifcihiu
declared against slavery. ’ In the Nortb and West
hll the most intelligent laymen and minUters of
rtiicion bad, as a body, settled down In thaim
moSblc conviction thatthe war must go on until
tbc rebellion was cnudud.aad fll . rer ?l d “
LetEoplandirivethemcrcditfor having sufficient
reason for that determination andtordiffering
from those who urged peace. Jso far aa th e Jnfla
erce of England was Me on the other aide of the
Atlantic; Itbad been all agalnsUlberty and for
pjaveiy, though he did not mean to say that was
whit she meant. He hoped, therefore, they would
not consider it an unreasonable request if he assed
Ujtm to revise mcir opinions on tne subject, and
in doing so not to allow themselves to be influ
enced by commexclalistcresta nor by unprincipled
pcw»p«prrs
ilr. Gtorge Thompson moved a .resolution
testifyit g the respect and. admiration ol the
meeting for Mr. Beecher, thanking * him. for
his able ernicc in the cause, and wishing him
Gcd spetd tn bis return to America. It was
rtcouk-d by the Rev. John Graham, and car
jitd ntatilt; outly.
Air. Beecher expressed a hope that the res
olution might be transmitted to his congre
gation In New York, who had generously
mtlnUined him while abroad. This request
v-at acceded to, and. after a vote of ttuoks
to the chairman, the proceedings'termina
ted.
On Thursday evening, Octobac 22d, Mr.
Beecher was entertained at a soiree, and pre
sente d with an address by the students ol fire
ol the Nonconformist colleges in and' about
London—namely the Independent college* of
S». John's wood and Hackoey, the Countess
of Huntington College, at Chestnut, the Bap
tifet College, Regent’s Park, and the Prcsoy
urisn Theological Hall, Queen’s square. The
place pf meeting was the Independent Col
lege, known esNew College, 8L Jobu’a wood,
ano the number of students assembled was
I*o bundled and fittj,'
After teasno couLehid besa-served the
company repaired to the library, and oa Mr.
Btuhtr's entrance,* accompanied by Dr.
Hslley, Dr, Snence, Dr. Tomkios, Har. T.
Blunt-y, Uev. A K»i«lgb, Ber, J*raeo Btr*t
ter, Professors Neath and Nenner, the Rev.
KUeby Jones, and soma other gou:l«tu4a, be
was gtceltu with U-ud and prolonged ap
plause. Rev. Robert Halley, D. U , P«»I
cent of New College, who chair, said
he was sure ItafTurdtdaU present the highest
-gratification and delight to receive iu their
midst from the other side at the Atlantic such
a man as the Rev Henry Ward Beecher—not
only os the son of Dr. Beecher, whose writings
were well known in this country, and greatly
valued, or as the brother of Mrs. Stowe, the
talented author,. of_that..remarkable book.
“Uncle Tom’b Cabin,*.’; but also and chiefly
as a man who himself both well known
and esteemed in Great Britain as a writer, a
prfacher, and a platform orator, aad one who
had rendered most important service to . the
cause or human freedom in America long be
fore the existing war broke out. Au address
was then.pictentcd to Mx. Beecher by M.r.
Jones, senior student of New College, which,
among other things, said:
. “Wo recognise in yon one who Lae devoted his
coerglf 8 ana the rare abllitcs wiih which God has
endowed you, to the cauao of civil and religious
freedom, and the moral and social elevation'of the
degraded and oppressed During the whole course
of your public life you have ever indignantly con
demned the monstrous sin and curse of slavery—
maintained, with all your eloquence and at much
cost, the commonrlgnta and heritage 6f humanity.
And oar earnest hope is that you may.sooa see
the reward of your labor in the abolition of the
social distinctions of color and in the renewed
prosperity of the American republic.”
The address was. signed by the senior stu
dent of tack college ou behalf of the whale
'body. Mr.Beecher/lnhUreply, which was
almost entirely cl a religious character, dis
claimed the idea of having suffered losses,
observing that he had never looked for the
rewards of position and public favor oa ac •
count of anything he lud none,
ant laibd, m. r., ox tub building of tub
ALABAMA AND FLORIDA AND 8BIZD&B OF
THE BAMB.
[Fromthe Liverpool ATe.cary,Oct. 2i ]
Last evening the Music Hall, Birkenhead,
was crowded by a highly . respectable com
pany to witness the presentation of the prizes
won by the successful' competitors at the an
nual prize meeting ot «;ho let C R. Y. (Capt,
H. H, Loire) and ’he sth C. A. V.' (Capt. W.
Laird)—the former held at Leasowe on the
17th ultimo, and the latter at the same place
on Saturday last. Mr. John Laird, M. P.,
occupied the chair, and there were also Pres
ent Liintensnt Colonel King, Hr. W.Lllnd
(cbsliznan of the commissioners), and many
cf the meet lifluential inhabitants of the
borough. .
Mr. Laird, M. P., in the course of his
speech, said:
lie urged thet if we were to go to wafr to-mor
row our tuty was tmi in afu eta(e, and be advo
caud that In etc* dof Laving largo eblps drawing
(«(Lty*flvc fe«tot v>aier they should be prepared
uVh a large Jt(( tf gimhcats or vessels drawing
twelve or foniUcn f«ti ol water In looking over
the navy list he found they bad only tao ships
that could possibly be conslderedlflt for coast aud
bartor defense, and those were oa Mr. Reid's plan.
He then referred totbe speech delivered within
thelattfew days by Mr. Cobdcn, in whichlhit
geitlcman bsd been pleased to make use of some
complimentary terms about tbelite firmat Dirkeo
head. He did not agree with all the remarks of
Mr. Cobden that Government vessels should be
constructed by private builders- On the contrary,
be thought It was desirable that the Government
should retain the dockyards; at the same time they
etooldbavcaportfonoftbework done at private
eetabllslmcate, bo that in case of war they would
rot only bare the dockyards to fall backnpoa, bat
tbe resources of the private yards [Hear, bear.]
He urged that both in engineering and ship
building, as well ns in other matters;
: competition was beneficial, and brought out the
tab nt and ability of the competitors. In support
oftbla view he referred to thetwo -ships built
in tbia neiebborhood—the Altbann and the Flor
ida. (Applause.] He was not afraid or ashamed
to own that bis <ona bailtand designed the Ala*
bma— [** Hear,” and cheers]—nor, he was sure,
was tbe builder of the Florida ashamed
to say' that he 'designed and built tbst chip,
but tbe testimony borne to the character of these
veas*la wae not the testimony of fiirkeuhead. or
Liverpool, or this country, but of America.
These two vessels had been built s long
they had ceded the efforts of four hundred ahlpa
of-war to capture them. These ships, he repelled,
were designed by private Individuals and built for
private Individuals; but In this country the sys
tem was for one man to carry the brains of the
wbole talent for building ships. He next referred
to the want of sufficient dock space for government
purposes. Referring, again to the Alaoama. he
contradicted various etat-menta which had
been made about her departure from the port, said
that she was lying in tbe dock ready for sea for
tome time, and was visited by numbers of canons
people, that she went into the river In the night,
out stopped there until eleven or twelve a dock
tbe follow ing day. Lord Palmerston had express*
td his doubts whether the Government would not
have rendered itself liable to damages if they had
seized the Alabama, but tbe recent speech made
by Etrl Russell at Blairgowrie did not so-hu
to agree with that delivered by the
Prtmier. Zaxl Russell had undertaken to say
tomelbing which ho would not bo able to carry
to t. He laid it down that if they found too law
cot sufficient they could go to Parliament for an
'ndcmnity. He (Mr. Laird) believed Parliament
wonlanctlufltmnlfy an act If It was supposed to
transgress the law. [Cheers. 1 Up to the time an
act of Indemnify was passed there was slaw by
*, bleb all were hound. Laws were not made foran
administration, but for the country, and they
wrre bound to obey tbe law as they found it.
and they were not bound to obey lawa made here
‘after. [Here, here, acd applause.] Mr. Lalrdcon
eluded by alluding to the speech recently made by
Sir Roundel Palmer, Attorney General, pointing
out the inconsistency of that gentleman contra
dicting In October statements which were made by
himself- in March last.
\TOTICE.
L OTEICE or StTPEBVISI.VG EP“CI IL A935T,(
llt.T ECESCE U. E- TKEA.nsy UEP.RXMEy. >
CircivKaTi October 3ist. 1853 l
Notice Is hereby given tost aotho-uy lor tao i>o*
c.as* of proaacis of
»htslsed at tb's office cr from K K Honaar, H«q.
Ar>itta£t »;«cUISc-ctatSt Lord* or fr-m Tsotnae
H.Tealmaa,Frq . a* Is autSpsda'Agentat Memphis
IharDceat waich each prodnes c*n be hrqagti
voder inch authority are riel»na; Intho Stale of at*
kbUM; fciimh, in u« auto of Mls-U^ipri; M<*m
rtit, laQraT’geTVort Pillow. Clarkiyiue Nashville,
iraikhn. Columbia. 6he.by villa. Mutirce.-'horo. Gal a
t;g, i^f»T»ttaMcMmnTi:iß.KnixylUoaadGfe;aTlije,
jatt« St&te cf Tennessee; aal under the authority
s?amed ail prccoct* hrorfchr to each pUcei t>7 well
cjfpcfd renorio. c»n be purchased and uauipopwd
tonari#tlnlafalßt»te*. . „ _ .
• AuttcrlTwiUenlybe granted to persona of good
character and unquestioned mBLLES,
furervMcg fpiclil Agent. Treaawy Pepsi want,
flat Agency. no.»ps]o2Br tav-tT
TO HEMP AND J LAX MANU
i PACTUBEBS —The . CEOWBLL MACIUNB.
for Breaking and Scutching Hemp and Bias
la Diobibiy the only iuchine la mewondthateaa.ac
*o»t)lsh in one openUsi.these two qtjecta which
i ere’efore have requlied two dlillsci Mar.hlr.ea. with
»a add-tlctal ctuahor oi workmen. .
Tbla Mechlse a'BD does ita work with an adiUtloasJ
ravirg of Cbie,rcoTchlngcmt a much g water ••equft
vt •hitir.icnjpningice atir?cleanarand morealik*
’ban sny^ other known liachlne It ciet"# taowti
ortaisitd etiaw. eqntlly ss wo!l u straw for loaf
11 perrons who lavo naed this Machine win no wum
tooUer.tsthty It wOl woduce a.much larger
qtraall'.ycfcl-an HOru. fttd that tiio-Qhro's wofh
f om two to Ituee or core ceils per poiaa, moio tc«a
ibatproKUced by mtr other MtchLiea. a
penbts detlnczto pu:cbaie or
ttior=»t!oE coLCOTtog ttf>ijs“Vyga; Ai
la caaisea. Mass.
GRASS STK-NCXL ALPHABETS
O U, J. METCiLF fk SOM. _
45K SALEM 6TSEBT. BOSTON. MABB._
Tne our mannffCturers m tte. united atatea, 0-
3rawAlptabeaandPlgrrea,to any tcoatexten.u
la any variety. Bold at wnltttU »t aa
Cl SB PsicbsT, Also, ftp ’IaST OF INDBUBM
SJBSCIb INK. TOT
riedaof BteseUitocr. Incairlesor order*prowtU
attended to, oc.-nsiwm
akgn AfVREWARD.-A Re
aJOV/ * ' *V/ w*r< of Thirty Dollar* Win b«
Mid for SA‘ S cf tte 101 owing dwoital perjona,
octenexe from tbs TTpitedStetes il arina Corpi, If to
nrebenced and delivered to stecorameadlsgoacci
*«tte Martte tfaTTaiis. 4.'*'r\ll, They we/oenlUted
at uIQ del e: ted >rom (ae Marine Rendezvous, Cnlcago,
niiDcU:
David BABFR-19yc%i» of »S% 5 feat 8k Inches
lissb* b:t>« eyef.bshtbaV aao ccmMcxtoa Occopa-
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high; Mown eyes bit*Jc hair. ttgrt totcpiexum, OC
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Mch; creyeyte. Wwliaif, rndiy complexion. Oc
c-pauon Laborer. Eoraia Lstusrllla K/.
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a toga; are; eyes. iteU hal*. fair caapiexloa.. Occfl
patum Üborar. Born la Germany.
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s, m-.bc* high; tune«yv* esndy hair, light complexion.
Ooenpatlca .Faimer. Bom in Germany.
MALCOLM WAIT-23 years oi age: Sleet 9 lechei
Vch: bice eies. carkhalr. light rorcples’oa.* Oecopd*
urn Firmer. /cmlnSta'eof Hew sork.
MCOB -YOUSG-18 jmtb ot age: 5 feet AH laches
tight blcoeyca.’dtrk hslr llzht romplexioa.
pkili n Farmer. EomlnSt. Locle. tto.
B5 erder. DAVID D. PfIRTHB,
j»carAdnlrfJCoaVMlt».9Quylroo.
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3:eue give tne nnabe i of the lead and a mil de
J-riptioncf ’te_procerty offered %< secarny. Appiv
to 620. W. NEWCOMB, office 60 DaiTbora at« Boczs
NO 6. sp*etaire. Chicago. 11l P, O.BaxttSS.
oclS-aial-linU
PLOER BARREL ■ STAViiB,
fj. HEADIS9 AND HOOPS.
600*000 Stareatvim Circled Heading
• 500.000 Ash Hoop*,
Few tutlcaoisg and for mlb In car load lot* by
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VTEW YORE SUGAR HOUsE
AfiESCY.
Bazar sold at Benner's prices. A large sorely nl
«£s‘on hand. J.H. DUNHAM
tKia-cSSS-lmla 81 and 83 gpntb street.
rOBN BORDEN,
“ LAW OFFICE,
is Cars street. Boom No. 8 ....Chicago, HI.
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li • CHICAGO, ILL.
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mu. v. Cun. EecreUrj.
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Agents for Chicago.
EOT* For rale by druggists generally.
PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE,
_
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Marine Bask Bolidlag.
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Artificial Eyes,
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ware, Darning Oils, Kerosene,
Soap*9lakeni Stock, Mann- *
fatturero’ Ooode, &«*,
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all kinds of
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20.000 lbs. of Omxier’s Copper lors'lff**
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irmed at
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n tiSOZTKBITE, General Agent (or Horthen ast
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roiAPKTmoH, uealcr* ant* ednaamaa will find n
. tie!r inttf eat to give qs a can, or tend fer a cizetuar.
ceforeotderlngeieewbere.
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j} or CHICAGO,
oo LASALLE street.
CAPIVAI. PAM> Ilf. ...,$*50,000.
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E. Aikjk. piesldent, ncS-pja-iy-U
QANK OF AMERICA.—PubIic
J3 Notice is hereby given, that aH BUM erClrenlsc.
lvg«otcsoftbe. v
a Birn&Oi Asnouoiin
w.»>«tmore incorporated ana doing bumemln theco j
s^sSa«o.^firthe genera: taaSag lam of Cu3tail
2r mtooff must te preoented forpaymeait to the Audi-.
?L M FnbUC Aocounu of said £ute.athla offiee.ls
rtimrr olßpringfield. within three yean &om w
StehSeol wthe fund*deposited lor theredo*»tt»
F. pr. wizxus.OMMer, *»•■«««
latcrj
institution
COMSTriIITION WATER.
TOE CEBIT BEHKDI FOB T3R
CONSTITUTION,
AND IHK OHLT SHOWN BBHEDZ FOB
Diabetes, and Diseases of
the Kidneys and Bladder*
Constitution Water
H« been prooeunced by tae Medical Faculty, and
ibepub.lc. tobeite most wonderful re-no ty ior the
rerinantht cure of an disease* ol thi Stomach, Li*et,
kidneys. Blaodtr aad Womb, that tas ever -beta
°lUarot a Mlre»H Water. It la from experience
that Cocemmlon Water has emanatei.audjre now
iKTletnotrand'mbt When a i ingle bottle ha* been
kiowo to core diso&Ms which tae best me Heal tslout
lathi# country bas tailed to relieve • ..
ArtmetypowoffdcEtbe vlituesof Constitution Wa
♦ercamcine caneducder **quack •’preparations,m
It ibhow need bytne mofet scieeildc rrscdiloaeraln
tit# clir. It n oaly recced «»st phya'clau* watery
cows prpnlar remedies, while me better (•killed make
ore of every ne&*a to tcor piub a enter and tns
•oceeisof tno physician increuesasbl*knowledge of
tUTnect rtmtdica etabtea him to produce a care,
while etten tall In t>e attempt. Sclmce U satUfled
with iho truth
Gits COLStltutton Water a fair trial—'wo mean you
who are under some specialist* cate from year to
jesr. land wo particularly allude to ladles wop are
com lastly resonit gto local treatment aad ail sorts
oi local applJcailonsior olieatcs. with as much chsnoe
ol i uccceaas there would be from local applications
to the terosttor dll eases ol the brain, ; -
we have a*ways been careful to «»• language in nor
circular that could rot soeck the n.ost dwlcate onrau
izallon. bnt we receive so many corntDomcaocmai from
Ltrsone for which CooiUtutlon Water Is adapted, and
cl olaesee no mention has been tease, that wa
havecotßßtothecoEclaaloathat it the toaeay uca
pable of producing a cure, no matter what tae disease
n ay be. It should be cade known. Toe madieiae is
put up tot too public, and there should be noexcep-
X ' We'would lay. Cosift ntlon Water Is not like a glld
edplllmadeto <ut the eye aadtut«:U taamndl*
cine, in every sense of the terui. placed In toe heads
of the people for their relief, and 11 takea according
tothedlrectjoni Itwillln overy ce*e produce a rail
cal cute.* We would iaj that toe directions iare<ard
n>diet Ac, relate onlyto the disease under wnlch
they occur, /
DIIBETES
Ij % t ueaae of tbe Btomaoh and Liter, ac'.ln; thr sngb
t*ioß loners, and is. without doaos. tna um oostloscs
c iscaie. except CoßfutcptlOn, tost tbe human
Cusetltuloa WeJxavu nospaceforcucajalcgcaisis.
intwUatatetbatibe effect oftaedlwasa ismocoa
, ersloo of tbe starchy principle (or Vegetable portion
ct toefocd)lotoaugar-wticu>tunulatcj thslddaefs
:o an exctstlve sectclon of water. Haay persona
iufferf»cmthUdJs*»fewho are ignorant ot It; ttut
1* tbrt nt*B large qaaailUea dartcg tea day. and are
obliged to get npfnnu one toflflesa or Iweotv Uow
tla-ict tae B’gbt. Ko notlcM* taken ofit until thtlr
attfnUOD i* called to tbe largo dischargee! water, aurt
often when It la tour advanced aa to be beyond tbe
control ol ordinary tcroed e*. Anotner symptom li
ibCKTsattbint which. when the otaoa e u fa* jr estab
i) g *ed la lutelerable-tbe parlcnt drliki contwntly
wlihoutbclog aatitbed. 1/?dc3« of Vjo monf*.
cracking of toe Up*, a aweet breath, laths mure ad
varceoca'es and finally lo * of appstue. snacliiian,
and tbs pattentgrsdaahy sinks from exhaustion. ,
COA &TITUTIOA WATER
Is wltbcut Fowbltteonly known remedy foroiaßPtxs
red we have aa much cost!Ceusa that it Ua specificas
we tave that cplutn will produce sleep,
rsyttat It has cored every case la which l: has bjea
vsed.
Stone in the Bladder, Calculus,
Gravel, Brick Dust Deposit,
and Mucous or Milky
Discharges after
Urinating.
I Hesse occurring from one ard the same causa wll
te isthely cured by tte Constitution Water, if takes
for any length of time.
[n Dysmenorrhea, or Palofal STeastraallon,
and Menorrhagia, or Profose Flowing.
. Both dlseasesajJslngfrom a faulty sccretloQ of the
necstrtal fluid—in the cne cue being two inUe, and
accimpaUed by feverepaio. and tie oihora too pro
fcae-temlon. which will he speedily cured by the
1 i n t« l die. n seknoSm as FALLING OF THEWOM3.
which Is the result < f pretax* lion of thailgcmenteof
teat organ, ard li knows hr *»ea*«of h-avtae»Baud
drfcgdox pales is the back and aides, and at times ao
c.mpsmed by sharp lacclnaungmr ntoodng ua’ns
u-iough the parts, will laallcasea.berezovedby the
tt Tteie H another cJats of symptoms arising from IK
IIIAiIoH ov iflE WOMP, wnich ptyAciaas call
rtrvousut**. which word cova*aupmaca ijacrmc*,
nod In tuc cases cut oi teo.tac doctor does sot reedy
know whether the symptoms are the disease, or the.
dlieaietie simptomfl. wecanonlyextauiersm thrm
bete I speak moieuattlculariy of Cold Keen Pilolta*
ticn cf the Resit ImpaUed Memory,
> lubes of Seat. Languor. Lassitude, and Dimness of
\lalon.
SUPPRESSED MENSTRUATION.
Which Id the nunatrted female is a constant recur
jlo* disease. and ibronjh reoleet the seed* of more
grave and catcexnis maladies aretcereiult- acdas
motto after month pastes -aithoat an effort Doing
tide to assist nature, ua snpsratslonbecombs obron
to the patient m ado Ul; lo*e» her appetite, the bowsl*
ate ceua'jpatta. night sweats come on. and Con bump
tick hsaS; ends her carter.
Irritation of the Neck of the Bladder, lufltm
mallon of the Kidneys, Catarrh ot
the Bladder, Stranguary and
Burning, or Painful
"Urinating,
For these dUeaets It la truly a soTerelsa remedy,
acd tco much cannet be said Is Its pralia A single
dne has beta knows t o relieve tie aott urgent syop-
troubled »lththat distressing pain Int'e
small of the b*ck and ihrnoghuohlps? ntasspoon
jul a Cay of Constitution Water will relieve sou <iko
nsftVc.
PHYSICIANS
Batmloog since given np the use of buebu, eubtbi
atd inslper In thi treatment of theee dueasss, and
op.y pm them lot the want ofa better remedy.
CONSTITUTION WATER
Baa proved Iteelf equal to .the task that has dovolvad
upon It.
SICBETICS
Irritate and drench ibe kidneys and by coastsat use
joou lead to chronic degeneration and condrmod
oLcase.
Read! Read!! Read!
June a, 1353.
■ On. Wjl H. Gnxoo—Dear slr; In February. 1361.1
vu aflUe'ad with aogar diabetes and for Are mourns
I i>a*std more than two gallons of water m tweutj
ioir hour*. ; I was obliged to getup sa oi;on as tea cr
taeivo Umes daring tco xujrot and in livemoatns l
lost abcu* any pooDd* la wSgat Daring tbs mooti
'ot July, itei, I procareo t«o bottles of constitution
Water, and m two days alter aMns Is r experienced
redef. and alter taking two bottles 1 was entirely
cored—soon after legalnlrg my nasal gpodhealta
yonre truly, • J. L, Dx Wnr.
Eosrojf CoicfXßs, J*. T., Dee. 27, ISSL
Wit. B. Greco A CO.
Genu :;IXrteiy give yon liberty tomake au of the
i iiuTilost cirtincAte if the vaiae of Conjtltntian
#vat<jr T -which I can ierommcaa la the highest man*
S mV wi/e.wi!o w'ta attacked with pain In tha should*
'e’B. whole ifcagth of the back, and is her limbs. 'stth
I’uitltftTioa cl (be Heart, atresded with FaUlcr of tee
Womb DitGOnorrhes,andlrritation o' the Bladder.
I cal eu a pay *tel»n. woo attended her shout three
Tcontta, wntn be left herworse than he had round net.
I teen employed one of the bast physicians I could
ncd. who a .tended her for aaoat nice months, and
wuiie »be wis*pnder bis care she did nus suCer qnite
'aemccbpale.- He finauygsvo herap. ino said* her
cyuowsa licuiable. bor."sald be, •••he baa each a
contlnaboa of complaints that medicine ilvea for
oxe rprrates against sat * other of he? ditacoitlas.
At*.u* ibis uneanecoth'SCLC’d the use ot CnoiLtc*
non water, and to cor titter astonishment almost tne
hist deee scesed to bavotae desuefi eilecc. and she
K»pt«.B improving rapidly nsaar its treatment, an?
cow euoennienda entirely ter domes, ic atfa-rs. She.
basnet Ukok toy of UxoCOastlittUun water lor about
weeks and we are happy to say that It hai pro*
accec a permanent core. _ -
IVjs. s. Vas Bnascttorzs.
WmnsßfcnsLD, C.nn., March 3,15C3.
DC.W.H.GBXQO:
- DeerSD: Having iron yoor advertisement of Con*
kilirtoo Water, recommended for led*mmacloa of
neyssna Inltstlosoi the Bladder, having aaf*
fe?e»t I’oMhopiMtbrs.'jeAis, and fled thsafi; of.a
tuc bet of phiMdaaa with only a temporary relief. .1
traced to try jonr rae&lcls*. I proonMWoa
h'<tt‘e ofsonr asenfisat Hartford. Lee.a.itoa
% Co n*»d bad naed half oi it. to m? samtlw
t f*uiid a great change In m» braUh. Ihav«.a«*atwo
and am woere I never expected ro beta
wed.and in eccA eplrlta. I cannot mprsia
“y itatitode lor it; I leelttac :tis all and mors mae.
vou iecon.ceud 10 be. May toe blessmg of &>d
ivvr *nto '? scttlnycn: labor*ot lave„ „
.\xj m. Yom# Uniy, Lxoxaxn 3. Biasbhw.
THESE ME FACTS ENOUGH,
Wo present *be ConsUtatlon Water to the paV.lc
u'ta tl e cocvctloathatlt has noetinai In relieving
tr « r.A'B of lilwav.s fcr whicv It tu b?ei found so
.raw uatiy a»t cmHul fcr’cmlng;»nd we trn t va»t we
I>La berewdrdtd lor enr efforts U plsclug so v*iia-
Ut iieteny In a form to meet the requirements of
pitient and physician.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
PRICE, $1 00.
WM.H.GEE6G &CO., Proprietors.
Morgan & Alien, General Agent*,
" ifo. 46 Cliff Street, ffowTorfe*
QCiJO-osW*lm-TuATa •
iHt&xrinai
periodical drops
For Females,
Are used by thaasaadj of ladle*, and ITEVKB FAIL
to remove all obstructions of nature frost wia.jve*
cause.
Lyon’s Periodical Drons
Are ths only female remedy tint caa be rolled oa la
- til casta.
Ivon’s Periodical Drons
Are a scientifically compounded Sold preparation aaJ
as euch.challeage the world.
USE ONLY
Ivon’s Periodical Drops
When suppressed nature needs a regulator.
Lyon’s Periodical Drons
Cure every time Snrorwdon of the Measea. Leueo?
reah, Dyso eaoreah. Prolap*as and may altars 05
t*kea with perfect aafety. except whea forbidden Is
the dir ecus oa
BUY ONLY
Ivon’s Periodical Drons
awn thereby secure relief at a trifling cost
Ivon’s Periodical Drons
Axe prepared only by
DB, JNO, li. LYC7T,
FEACTICISG PHISICIAH. HKW HAVEN. COHN
25,000 BOTTLE* OF
Ivon’s Periodical Drons
Bare been sold In six months, end every lady !s ast**.
bad. Try one bottle and you will be convinced, of
thelr power to cure.
Price. Si per 1)01116.
For sale by every Druggist ta city and country
everywhere. Tie trade by
LORD & SMITH,
"Wholesale Druggists,
jyifl-hS3S2tewTAT ly 33 Lake street. Chicago.
BUT
SOB ACK’S are SETTEE
loback’s
Bitters.
Bobaek’s
litters.
ioback’s
Bitters.
Eobaek’s
Sitters.
Boback’s
Bitters.
Bobaek’s
litters
Eobaek’s
Bitters.
Eobaek’s
Bitters,
ioback’s
Bitters.
a . ftc’.d at whcle*al« by _
«|m T.TTH TTSi'.A m t UXIUIIS; W. D. lI&JtK33 * CO.,
jQRDABHirH. SMITH A jJWTKkBDB^HAATA
Sll fH, J. H. fitkn A CO„ JJIOKIIILELD. WDIGHT
J tr. CRVStET. C. H. BECKWITH,
p. O'NlbL. BCOVILLB. At rrtallby BLIS3A
6HAKPH. *VhIGHT * fFHKNCH. MAJTN A DTCSK.
PAT.S BSOTHKRS. E. H. BAKGKNT, M. JKROHB.
WELLARD. W.E.DELLIKGHAM, COr.TaaPU*
r-c end State street, and by Druggists generally.
Dr. C. W. ROBACK. Prop., Cincinnati.
C. A. COOK, CUoago,. General Ageat
Once 54 A 26 Market-at,. Lind's Block.
• feU-zga-ly-eod
DR SWEET’S
Infallible Idnimeat
188
6RXAT EXTEBIfAI K£3tDBT,
rQB SHZUMATIBH. GOUT. LD
lAGO. STIFF NECK AND JOINTS, SPSAEi*.
bruises, circa and wounds, p^bs,
HKADACHB. AND ALL RHEUMATIC
AND RESYOXjo DUO3DKS*.
Si. Stephen Sweat, ofCoaaectlcii.
£te great natural Bone Setter.
Dr, Stephen Sweet, of Connection*.
known all over the ’Onlted States,
2>r. Slcp&eK Sweet, ofCoaneetSSEH.
the author of M Dr. Sweet’s Infallible Llalmovi
Dr. Sweatf* Infallible Unlmeaß
Cure Rheumatism and never flCIa.
Dr. Sweet** Infallible Llolai63«
(a certain temady for Neuralgia.
Dr, SweePo Infallible lilalMSgt
Curas Boms and Scalds immediately.
Dr, Sweep* Infallible Uaiaieci!
1a the b<Mt known remedy Icr apralua and Braisui
Dr. SrFMfs Infallible Unlmett
Cow* Headache immediately and tu never kxo3*
Dr. Sweet’s IntWlllbla UnlmeaS
Affords immediate relief for PCea, sad seldom fan
to cure.
Dr. Street’s Infallible Uukoec?
CnrcaTootha»*e In one minute.
Dr* Swecfa Infallible Mnlment
Cures Gut* andWoaaois Immediately, and leaves £i
Dr.fiweePa infallible lintnes
Is the best remedy for Sores in theknown world.
Dr. Sirfet'a Infallible llnlntene
h*i been n»ed by acre tbaaerciEloa people, tad a!
pnUso It.
m. Sweet*. InlklUMe tlmlmenS
>. truly."tleuil lunoon," Miloven liuilly iiociu
b&ve it et band.
Dr. Bwcet’a Infallible Ualmos*
it ter sale bl ell Druggist*. Price 25 cent*.
aiCHABDSON * CO-,
Sole Proprietors. Norwich, Ct,
r~ T **? c hr LORD A SMITH. General "WWWr?
I-ie.««.Ct!=«o.
Jail anb iUinter (Elotl)ing.
GCOTT, KEEN & CO.,
Wholesals asd detail Dealers in
FUSE CIiOTHISC,
Officer’s Uniforms,
SMIHS, CASSI3EESJBS, TESIiMS,
rXJRSISHES’O GOODS,
Traveling Bags and Valises
136 LAKE STREET.
Ota a* ss 3m
VTOTICS TO SHIPPERS 05
tii »«>T.IjOVJ LARD. QRSAfIH, Ac.—The Uadpl
particular atamtlon to the sale of Ta-.-
‘HSJtiiwJinjtfl-ia Any aeat *A
ywawLlbeprojapLy dlaposed oi.jiad oaickretumi
E^»to Cr.BaT * SOKSj ,
sTwaus street. Mys»T«»
1 AAA AGENTS "WANTED,
L«\ f\J\J frr a very profitable and highly re
rptcUblo S-ftih’os reeded by every
tied* nzents a e naffi” three hnndrea dotlvr
rer week address, (endcabg stamp lor reply
A’;r«ST»AL'B A CO. 212 Broadway KawTork,
no2*^33lmtA»
nro THE PUBLIC —My -wife,
j MALT HTNFS. havlnglclt ay bed and board,
wiihontjcitciustorprovcceiioc, I nerjbr canton
ihn paiiicthat I rlli osyno debts of Let coot acMtg.
CMcii**, Not, ?ta, ISfiJ. DEN In HMW.
nc6*Sß66t
Ann TO LOAN ON
550U«UUV/ IraprQTcil Kuw. witua U»
ILIIU Of CfclMgO. la turn. Cf ,1 COO to »5.0 W.
Ou Throe to Five VoM. Tlme.
Apply to U. K. PEiHSOKS. U5 IttoOolplut. 3i.c«o
ocSO-pstUU.
■VTOTTfVE —Mv wife, Kit eta L. Mo
l\ cidbAvtac left my house, bed and board.
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FLUID IKTMCTBUuHU,
FLUID
FLUID EXTRACT BUOHU
FLUID EXTRACT BUGHb,
FLUID EXTRACT EUOM
APoamTH
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APoarrrvA
AFotrmx
spacsrxo ionuroY
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sreezne reesuy .
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SPKUIfc BBX3DR -
B3S-!lßt<»tta?a Or Incocttaeflos Of oiice;
Irrlt&tlc&t InAaiasifttloft or OlcffSiioii of
tlio Bladder and Dlaeiaea ot
tbe Prostrate Gland, Stone la &9
Bladder. CWcoloas Gray el or
StfcS* Dust Deposit.
All Dlseasee or Affection* o the Bltdder and
mdnera and Dropaical exiting
•tlfisn, ©r CXtirca«.
SSLSSSOLSPS EXTRACT icWiil,
UCLMROIiD’S EXTRACT BIICSC,
HELMbOL&’s EXTRACT BCCUU,
OELMUOLD’S EXTRACT BCCHP,
HSLaSOLB’S EXTBICT BUC3C
Ut WB*KSEa BSVtSI Raiils Of Dlra
attended wlii lAb fOCOVrlsa; symptom#;
• inrtinxjfltlon to Exertion. Lev of Memory,
DlTraltj of Breathing. •Watt’ Ferres,
Trembling, Horror ol Dike*** 'Dlmnns
Ol VWon,jtfa»a*laloa*e. P«tn la tie
Back. Unive*--** X-wdiade ol
tasMuwnlsr evatem.Eftt
• Hard*
• Pastel? .Pry
imßofßSs. .
SRUPTIOKS ON THE EACH,
71LLID COCNTKNANCa,
ync/tscs, u «mac. tc :0 cs. whleh tan
uadivLie invariably reo>orMc aoon follows fa
rsiw UpUepUirThm. la one of which tia
PAtltr-V may expire. «ho eaa »/ that
shev ere not' followea by
ttoae "dlreml diawse*,” ** IN
fIAKITY and
VlOls." Many are aware *
ct the wn»e o r yshL-
I vflorlns.
7bt
raeciAs
ol the In
»ua hsylonJ,
end the Meiaa*<
zno.j Dcstlia by Coa*
iampt fo, bear amn’e
witness to tne truth of (U
mmuvb. Toe coswtUatloa cace
ilected with aeasfe Weskeess, r«-
qol.-M t«e aid of Medicine tofiirenslbea,
end the wiJlch IM.V
-SOLP’I 5pt?H£CT 3TJOHTJ IMVJUtXABLZ ZIOMS
Helmtold’a Extract Bachu
U sale, pleasant in it* taste end odor, and more
Suehgtheairg maa any cf the preparations ol
IKON OR BARK.
For those imfertnc
Prom Broken Down asd Delicate Constitutions
From whatever cause, either tn
MALE Oil FEMAI
re 1
WILL GIYS YOU
A GOOD APPETITE
v-ill Givs you
HTKOSC, UEALTai MEUTHS
WILL SITE YOU
Brisk and, Energeido Feelings,
abd WILL ENABLE YOU to
SLEEP WELXi
a'tbial will convince-the most
SKEPTICAL.
YSHIStBOaSE*^
HELS&BCU^S
BELBHOUPS
HELSSOUM
HCLiABOLIPS
HEUSBOLOiS
JCELCTBOI-SrS
wvuxsewß
aighiy Concentrated
Gonpcuad Fluid Extract Sarsaparilla
ye;
poittylnii
the blood, £*
aovmg all chro
nic consQtatlozal dis
anaea arising iroa an impure
itete oi the blood, and the only reli
able and effectual known remedy for tk# cute
of Scrofula, Scald Head, Salt 3hesa: Pains and
Swellings of the Donee, mentations cf
- the Throat and Legs, Blotches.
Pimple* on the Far*. Tutter,
Bxyalpel**- tndaileealy
senptions ef tha
akin.
Asd Beautifying the Coaplexioa.
sot a ssnr
iLa '*3W cmordani uuu afflict najirsut J.‘ViT>«tc
u stz~~~yzc3 that accaiunlates la —e ticoc. Dl Q
discoveries that have been made ro porge " sat.
equal m affect HKLMBU2J94 COMPOUND
i2.TEi.CI CF
, Aooxaiea the blood, ttstiia the vigurot teaitu lute tne
mtem. and ourjr** am *ao turnon wilcu rain din
itstinulile t-.uhea-th? fnedens of the bocy,
maexoals uaadlsorderatbkfgrow anu rankle In Vu
Mocd Buns a remeto, that conic he ro.leA an, bar
:Ke« “trt; w. X'e tx-,. ut the cn*. tout the
public nave onaoiwtic* they caaflepcbd. Ouripaoi
aura does not adult cm'Ucttes t.; anew Ito effxU, bui
•hetnaifoiaaiacio betti# win dxwte Vi* rich thatil
-i# v'rtne»iurp*»iagsnytb‘’ifftreci *▼« taKc^.
two table spoonafal of *ao Ibtnne: c:
-ddedtoapiatof the LiDtou Diet
*3rtnS,«ad on* bot t t •- ?iil# tonal :c a g*i!oa «
*s*s syrup o{ Mrwsarili** or tne aa um>*>
J JS?rkEsn ejktsacss savs fgp n ag«n»
"ADTO CBB IK THE GNiTSD STATEU ARMY. iai
nmalao tn very general tse la all the 9TaTR HCV
■"gtAi«Tn?rollis,iHrri>GT imti’totig.-is
as waff a? in prtvavs pmciwrr
fidfrefiOdsWaredfitlh^’7^ 8 s*a»a«.
See J fedteU FroperOet of Su&%.
from dispensatory of the
UNITED STATES.
,;«w yrcrwo-* DBWsa* Ts;n»a:a *«» a* sn
roetlce ol PbyHc.
oea ncirn ssita ay *aa Jaw ceiaTnatw Dr,
FHYUC. PhUAdelpbl*.
am rmvKmMts oy W. tfßH&m KODOWSL2*
h c«ie&r»to>i «oa Uanasr oi Ui» 237 a.
r'oUeza or SorreoaJ, rreliad. aa«l MWlaftad. !a £i*
truutusdoaiorttoe Kiweand Qbmb* Joonatf.
im HeoleoCMrnnAeal aorto**. paWUJMifcyHBB-
r&cra 01 Scjai Oruiago or cor
7 *3fwiritt of Qie lASa Standard Word Ol MOCotta,
PRICES;
Yiitut 3o tia *1.30 per sott!*, or Stt for SWO
'SorapaHHv Jl.OOpwlottle, orSUf«r4J,W
Vd'/JfrntJ to *25 •.drtreM.
iartieu letter* Jcr tyarsuwoato
lERLMTOIoWS
HELVBOLI> , 3
HBL*CBOXJ>‘S
SfSDICAi, D3FCT.
UKDICAL DXPOT,
MKDI'TAIo DEPOT,
HEDICAL DjfPOT,
MSDICfX DEPOT
visa 50X3 TEi TBT3PXX K£XfcUtftF£«
loiPTIS T*stns gThJgtfgt
504 SOUTH TSSTH WBES3TJ
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o-cl -taetr own" an-l ‘•o’jjar’ tniexs at ttl
repot»ao*% aUaitMbs
assiraoiays praPAßAragg,
HBLUiBOID'S PREPARATIONS,
axutßois’s ps^abatiohs,
• gm.KTSOLSa
HEU£3OLD ! E _
sxstnHK sstsaut bucho,
aStSTBOLD’S
gsjnns* EXT3UCT BAKSAPABHiXdS,
gjjkjjßOLD’iJ
SSNTOa ET?HOT3X> RO3»WASH,
s«ialllORD *snw JS lttMU,
- Bad «a BnnMh
aflK FOB HEUOBOLS’g,
AgS FOB UEUDHIUt'B.
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EOB.
OLD REGIMENTS.
Veteran Volunteers, $402 Bounty
and Premium.
All other Becrnits, $302 Bounty
and Premium.
AEable-bodiedmen. bettreea W« MTB»
and Pony-Five Vea»» wno har» bwiofOiJWNJw
•listed and hare »» ed lor not law »a«lik
.)n (b«u re-eniut tnr Rpgtaeaf* tn tire ceta, wm
fredoemeo VKiKUAN voLnsTSfita. and mmm.
will Be entitled to receive ol« ra-mtb ipaylauruM
an- 4 aboo:»y»co pr*mlaa» of SUd _ _ .
To *ll ot*wßKsrintoTOlA not YcU
ras».oaenoitß, »p»Tti advance, aada bounty ea*
p lS£J«itt%Si .1
WR¥?T wbirh fce prt-'rra to lota, and wiK be
eweflered oy the Government e*a bar* U»e Prttt*
ss* *?«!»« nt tie H*-a:lfpart<rt of:
t*pw WILLIAM* JA*«3. FrorOrt Manual Of O*
“n« U iScs n>?w.NpPrOTM« tla &4
D cS{* OHI.*vSriTACSi rroro.l
3 *C»p WA3IE6 E WnoiDSUy P, PTCTO92 If.rt*T.l Oftt*
tt Cvt"jAM"SFallab. Proroit HmMI ot <M
Stfc District atPRWI*. -•
Car« aPELLONGWOSIH ProvostHarabaloflM
Sl C^t^' t *?lTS?^sT?^ , 3TMt Manila! of tbOTt* IN**
•’sseps^ggssss.»™- **** ot*»
Pr'iroft Marshal Ot U*
*o*l Mantua of tM
Pwwt Marshal ot n«
iuimw
the 13 mstitcz. at OaIEO.
MBS OF ILLINOIS!
Io« wo uils TOwuoaed to rmßy woaad tty
o«iu old rS s. Yoor aponlMMtt* •**
p»tlwt«a bai UltsKto wore
every Cftil-of *ocr coutyj. h«y
cro« caaite tnuot we uflccit)}*-len.oa» of foot
bretbres all eifi? to tie fle'd. so O Jxar stMo baeeg
prond a record. ThereT)®l»o» t« *««■*».drtjtgr
ttcbLeMb tbe tromeodoc* bloweof the orawMA
auUkrtao&tof IheßapobKc. Alaw b;owi motejmi
Tteatoa ole* • Tfcetai I* nwr. Yoiw ecanL-y *5*55
rare, Cbo irtayoato c;cu n?lieUU"aa4
tie battle *c tried he<xM, »bo. oq • tandreQ g ortooa
a«e *Sse»ed«tM.Mtae cf- OltoouMiVjfcSSS
ttelo* ted tne w*teiwont of nct.ry. Baa rreee
fVnltt »Jlbßr»!»ty wortt? aliie olh-r
year pett *eblea*tnuat*. woau U‘ib la 30a* ,*£U££
fo-aiaio: cior«6.uanaiiet.trwa tottg
vel-itAto! >» ba:4red»tea tnoisMKa,
tte fits effort that »i*n brma IS® internal Daroaof
SaCrMO') to Ibe daft fCTST« 80. «S|.« djUg*
•U ‘bl* Co» T n''-'*o %lr b t"d tbe BeaubUo blew TOO,
,« M 4 M j'fuli‘oAiaß. ■
Lieut Colonel *ta u. S. Cavalry.
4- A. Pro. Var. Oeo m.
c-is ■••gon !ty
gropoadg.
TJ KOPOSAES FOR AKM.Y
i trakspV. station.
Cm os or mi Djpot qoax3£Ullbtxs,>
foxr LxATMrworm. Rama*. C*ciobe« 23,1315. f
SEALED tHO? OSaLA will be received at tide
otree until in o'clock M. on - be I0thoa» ol December
iSfS forthetraiST'ortatlon ofmlii arysuppJleaclgrln*
ti ejfus atdlß(s,oa Urn |o.lowlag routes;
BOOtxNo.l.—From tort a Leavenworth, Lar vuhl
ardßffer.asdoiherlderots that maybe estahlahed
dorlsgteeaboveyavs.on tqeweat oankof toe «i*
■ouii rtTerjicrih of Pott Leaves worth and sonti of lafr
ltude4Ufff toitb. tcan* post* oraUKoaa that aroo*
Bia7 reestaththedlnTheTenltOTlfa of Nebraska; 0»-
ketoh. Idaho, aod Utah south of Utlteds U dec osnk,
ted esse cf longitude 114 dex.w«s;.aad
torj ofCcloraao.xaita o'io dey. north, Bidder* to
mwetae rate par 100 pound* for 100 miles. at wUeh
they wilt tract port * Wja’orfata each cf the moothc
to September.laciunve ox theyevaiaM
t& boiJxiNo.2. From Jons Leaveowsr*r and EBay.
l£.tte6t*teof Kassa-.aadtaclowaot K.-*uaa# lathe
H*»e ol ICssons!, to a-i f posit or ataUoQ*
6fas are or tear bn evabl sbed In the State
cf Sanaa, or m tie Territory of Colorado.
ionth tf. Ja-Mtode 40 der. norm. drawing
ttiitalrom i.rv Leavenworth, a: a to fort Unto,
L.M .or other depot that tr ay be le.-Uuated !u that
TcnJfory to Fcttoa>l*r>d. asd to toy o;her pouter
ro'ats { ‘C ron*o. U-’dciro to state ffee rate per 10Q
pouncaio: U0 ullcs,atwhich they wlTUrA**orCsafat
Kcrrtlik(i>i of the so-tb#,from ap 14 to 8; plumber.
Inclusive ot tbvj»ar*lSM aa«4 USL
Kcotb Bo S-'Vr m Sort UolcJLOr such other
c«pttaaaay «eeitftMj»bod la ,te Territory ot -Now
Mexico, to c? oc*># crsuuocs ih-t are or maybe
ertarliohctlir tta* Teiriury, a-dtomca poatsorsta
r.oi a *« may be oethp afod ta thaTerxttary at
&pd b ate cfTd (a u cUoJV tsaa ® 10L i de »n.!l? ;t ..^.
Blccer#fo a'are tbe rate per lOOpoandaiorlOOnil'ea
atwtuchUuy xr-Iltrasators aAldator<«tneaehof th&
Bonlbe. from to November, Jjtcloaiye. Ot tae
S %e«Sc&fcto tAtrarerorltd each year willnet mb.
CMd lOfOOtfO oaaadi On Poa* No. I. is.o3o.txw
pocßdiqnaoQleNo.a.aade.OCOjDOO poandaoaKovth
per eentasre will be paid Ibr the trana
portailot olbkcoo.tuud braao, plaa »ambet. a&l&xiM
ylvo tbelr name* is fall, h wsl*#
tbeir place or rnldeace; snd each proooaai moat be
aceotupaidei by a bead la the aom of tea thousand
ceUwa acted op two or coniesponalbMparaom,
toimtcfita that JacAreacoDt’actiiawmxaodiorihe
r-ms mrntioicd la tae propoaai to tfle pertioa P'OPpw
the contract will beaccepiea aad entered-lato.
aod cocdaad aoflJctot aecnrltr laraiated by aaia
ttea. ta accordance with the terms of this adyertofe
B rte amov&t of bonds reqaited win be as IbHowa?
OaEOMoBo 1. *}ga
Satls'actory erldesee of the loyalty and solvency of
erch bidder and ptradn offered as security, wul be rw
9ftccosa]« mmt be eadened** Proposals for Artaj
TTacspons«onoaß''.cteß Soa 1,5 orS/'iatte ease
may be. and nrne wil be entsrtaiaed aaleta they tony
Cimplyniia ail the reqtureinents of tots adrertw^
Parole# to whom awards are prepared
to ex acute contracts at once, and to sire toe repaired
bonda lor the faithful peframaace of the lame. _
CODtraciawlll oe made suoject to the approval Of
the Quirioimaster General, bot the rlrbt la reserved
to niectaay ot a;l nidi that may be odered
- Coitra«or» moat bs in readiness f>r service by the
fliit cay ot April. 166*. and they w«l» be required fin
have a place of baaineaa or aeoaclcs at or la the vicla-
Uycfxott# Leavcpwcrtb asd Hono, and other
potathatmayba established at which they may b«
ccnatunlcated with readily and p j T °c Pt £a3TOW.
c<n V 239 MMS Major ana Quartermaster.
OFFICE COMMISSART OF
BOBSiaTBNOB. No. 85 Wodhln«ou
w Conuoo. 111. October 31bc. ISO.
SEALED PROPOftAIA la DowUcata, for Army Baa.
ollrs.wlU be received oy Capt N. W. Elwaraa.C. A.
tihisofflee, luGhlaaro Hiiools unaiuo'clockM,of
the 20th day of November, IS6J. la Lua following form,
* the agree to deliver and tsau
auvoT all tte articles hereinafter spedaed, to be at
tae first cuabty. that may be use of
tte Halted States Troop*. Prlroaera of War. or othm
entitled to draw ra’lons com me united Btatea. that
are or tray be *t ant Potrr o» flac* nr Tire MrtJ
*yitT Dibt jiiot or 1 caino a (except tn the Couaty of
tascamAnaodue General Hospital at Qoincyj com
aenciD* in toe County of Coolt oa tao llrac day of De
cember; IS6B and at all other nlacaa on the drat day
of January. 1564 asd endlns lane 30ih k IE6». or sucm
FOrU«r cay as the Comm’s»sry Ganerat may direct, to
be Usued oa Provbloua Ra;ome or In buix.a* the
option oithe Government, la sal*able oacjugee free
of char (tea.artne following micas, to-witr _ ,
irOiatlons of Port or B«coa. , saa a; - ct* r ?■***»;•••-
100Ta*.ousel vieJt Beet.lias #t -cise!a
li OratlonsoUlouTorFrerh H»eaTi3TH a9, *i"Ct*Fihi.
Pcas.U a»at-cta v » f,
UQ nrttocs of R'ce. lC»s at - cts V \s |.
liOrsticnaotacujtav ioa»at-c«i» »-><»...
K0 rail ns of best Klo Ccifea, Ida • at - cts V a—
jee ration# of Tea. lK»s at -ea a -Mi* ••
lOOmioascf Kcowa dsaar. isa# at - ct# p tt s.
no racoas ol vinegar. 4 quarts at •cm quart .
itoiatlonsof Adamantue Candl**e I'fa# at-cts V »•*
U'OranoD*efeoap,4ib»,*t- ctspa •.
iCßiaHcn#oiSait.3Yh>-»*t-cta v a....... ».
looraiiona ofPeOt er,4ouaefa at - cts w a... f.
toolattosaofPctsioe#.SO as
too i alionsof Jfoiasses,i quart.at-ctsN quart f,
iCOccmplateratinaafor ■ - .$•
Orotecompleterstlon for———cts. . .
When required we will farnlah 3 pounds of pur*
Tcamd rrcuua CctTse in lieu ol 10 pounds of green.
' si dtv pound* of Com Menl or 1 pound of Pilot Bread
la lien of a rst!™ cf Vlour or "reih Broad mad any
other art ctes which may be required lor Uosottala at
thelowest wholesale pitce. to »e eelrnniaedby th«
Surscrn or Commlssxry. aud Coin Meal at—cents
r<>r tntheL when no* forming pa t cl a complete rm*
fl< CTo be signed by tuebidderertidders.)
Fcrmol guarantee to be executed in duplicate, by
nclt.nae.y »u«aoty that lacasataa foiegoicg lud
ot —— aa ahoy* deaertbeo, be accepted, ha or they
will, onorhefcie thel2:h diyof Noromber.23® axe-
the contact ic? the same, with Uia undamgnea
m lureilei.andlncaie the siivl shallfall to enhw
Into contract a* a/oreaald we ffuaraa*7 to make gPOA
taefiffercnce b«t»cea the offer of the said— —, nna
tbfctwhlchicfcybeaccipleX iloremoer— .1568.
I bfrtbi een-rv.trsttbe above aimed —* are known
to m aa men cf pJ opart?, able to make good their
&D (T”b«ai<'n» db? tbs United states Dlsclcl Judgd or
. l Ea w a prated copy of this adyertlie
meift pCAtfd ants tea.l. and must be
pUlse with al’tie term* The
can be seen a-this office. When the bid Is madeby •
arm. the proposal mast be signed by eachmember
0t Khen (eraral artlties compose the ration, theperw*
rsklig the reqnlaiuon shall have pawer to require
Tbe undersigned reserves the right to
rriect any bid that may be offered. • ■ •
will ha made once a.montju arassoo*
thrieaiteraa fnadsmaybe on hand lortaatuurooea,
ca the pmeotatica cf an Abstract ct the ncovlsiow
Bernm*. or roctlptof stores *s fOQbirod bvthe Army
l$?l m TSSLSSS?
ceSloliS-lw :■ • ».
a«tU*K*£«a»'
iseS-wTHH iaaa.
pianraTETAsiA cear&uK &
tg£
-*rt» to seep part wW» &* dsowti ci ttar/twa
IL6 *ubUc. too taaw«r» *r OUa popal**rotas m>
andwi tut IB®. dtv
'tacoiSMtSoixt.lt *UU* (aandln. tOlnpoee
e l»3’» .11. BoCTStoaLtt* Sa«tem citiaa.
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«. tnw is ao* coatc. ■•■.•>
j jstt^EjrC l * 3 cunljrbl tmtit to PMladeftUa, S£i»
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fSKIOSTt.
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«nutios is *ad Cos*rMi»di£>fcia. Kew \oU.ttwwii -
or :-a,titorc. to azd to.- at? ?olcl oe tte KallrO&J
ot Oticr Xeoracly £: diana. llliaoi*. wtfc«';Bta,lM».
USt\- t» -MM rad B« SMW3
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ffMSWI* EHXMISI* a» bimwj,
to «»ra •a****”
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I’tti-snow c*yitox 1 »x* i(C«tmawarwsaat
usxA.iuoAPCCueFATfxvs. __ .
Benarocaitf (>cd uiri pacJugea jZAtt*Sti
nsmr a CO.. Tia'jrer swcta. Ptttefcejev
h w. BBO«jS» * co., o'>cuni»ti,oteo. -
k.’C MKcDSLH * CO- M*o*ja, ladJV^C.
J «. MOOKS. tommue. xy.
£v7iAfia,at Loaa.Mo.
j H.VoCOUS,Port»aontt. Ohio.
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W. H.AK.L, LAHQUJT. QalltpoM* Gild. .
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st^irUL'2os,K.‘r:fl? l «)iie. ’ • . ‘
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UoutS ttdW«*t,
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