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to core Oataksk Penn*
*rn»ptotD* of Cm&rrr *t r y «« »tUca.
fli-a they b**e»co d Tha
aw.r« mteec»»nie* cf tSli*ad«ertS!
SgsS* Di '.{J I ‘fcoViiaof Vf n i • Lctt'»o»eo au*
«Wnst»S'tHvnit mVof c*Q£hta off. Tae
* it tn«T do*m»yth? tnu
«c. P/iee of o*Urm
t£S£* uV fen', by • »ore*»- Offlc 180 Oocjti
> *cdi»»«DT. D.t£ BKELS&,
Z&tVsicaittx'ttiLCblcaco. HI Pold by *'l urug.
gia. aoil-»gTJ laiiyw
A J?XIFJCXAL LEGS—C. Stef-
Jr » joid. ro'e mn’lrtor *rd mtaf*c'u r erof DR.
▼ lLCt*X*b P*TR*T AHrrri IAL LUO bU bees
«i.rro%-cd«ad •fl"trUd brueUol<el e>t»i«*OorQ(Q'
r n.*.»b»eh bMtppoluud Wo. t»-apply the a t>'Df
*M Ofltmrn Phek Orom **dra ■»« toC 6TAF*
P0KD.126 firmb C trie *mut, Cbic»»o will ns«ire
iin*-. tiordfot I** tpui ti. . .
f.O boxSOCS. apilrCTOlaagvfcTlt
J)R. EVERSON’S
eye and eak
lufiniiary and Clinic laslitnle,
For the treatment ol dlseaics of the
LYE, EAE, CATAEEH,;
And ail afieettons ol the
Head, TLro&t, Lung*. Air Passages, and all
Chroiio Liseases,
cEArrssß aki) ra oifg ist*iekabscubed
Vr, A.E Tn.roe.Ko. IDS v>ntb cia»k>itrcst. CW
and vu«ntl*e
lycun.Qaioteelu.t'g, wu’.cui hr Ur tfreaoa.
C*'&HKU 'THaO. ■■*..* • .
Hr.* D*nni *ta*e ■4.u.f«ctnrer < <t this
ct>.vad Wen laburbg xu.de* an a'tacVol Oata-ra
I'- Uioiettcitivo >«*«. v.»y saves*. agac'itj; tie
T,pnfl,tarotit niidtess’ r*t‘*p-». b'-ateio* waa very
diu.cr!i. Up parts vorTKOf, a d ctchtTgicg vary or
fertl^«ly ; hai treated •l*n «Utho*' p*it*yV' In vain,
Md nreny-ru.otod to perfect 2htal.h In alx
treks by Dr tsei>ot.
AHAUUOSIB. OK mTAL BLUTOKEtR, GUSTD.
rtf>n foiirtT'•*•<l 2t;>«n ton of ObrittlanFnr
sat. ct Fiixeravira. vtvoatordcaaatT liL. %u on
urelj bita* Id both rrora Arus'-roirts, a.dkvtf
been tnnod toy ac*.r*l *TD’D**tor.aii;t«. woodoeilf
p ononrc:ChtMA«iNCxr*.n.» • He vb«*i apt tea to
Dr. Everecn, v>lioje>to>«d bio t*
»rf'ka. Hr. r<irr*j’« .isr»«ec* * c»o b» teen at tar
oc m /.« to 11» r.barvcit* for vc.acity and integrity,
1 take plOMorc in rezeirlD* ’o —
• Bm bxoszxßKor A. LIbCOLS. Freddsat of Ike
United ate toe.
Eok.d DAVia.jodreU.S.ftpteseCourt,
Cot. A. OBlDLKi’.Prci’t McLraoCa.Ba&k
Ma h.. Btooamstoa.Ul.
ECU'jyCLOUH OPTBALMIA tUBSD.
Bar y>'K S.UcConmcc. U«mofl'a'.Fr**cber.Slo
(togor lowa-biadaacaMr.'age ulna yean, wai at
me ed from early infancy, but eepac allyaoer aa at*
UckoftiteaatoiiMifcU'ci. Bei ron'-tuo- wasawfol.
inert otttetltue terrace was fcldtan in the pUow. to
ba forced up to ett, her
lace waa ranee wKDsaies.ard inside and
outwaaquietaw; v»;ir»us pbriiciADa snlretuehea
w«e vne ta vain,but tft-ea c»j* alter Ue receipt
olDr. £reiao&*« otaodoeatba «T*testaat me
aacßfVß li aL yo e, atd tba ebbd can pity oat in the
»ne,w.tbouti«ia <r locrurealeoc**, ue* tixbt filly
renorod. appetite ape jerefal tec.Vnco , 'd,and that
tbe doctors aLd people cf tte neUtboraood consider
It a xU'acie.
DB. FVK66QH Uo&ecfi>reo:dortßpectaUsUlxithß
United Btatea.bae ) a cxps'iesnc in tbe retV
ttcntofau fonmof chwtcoia-aw'a bobbin boiplcal
end private practice, penorma all *be most deileata
operations to *ie aid -ar «ur*ery. ts a gradaata
of (bree of t>e best 'neoics'. coicgca In tee
roniitry. cx Prof<pa«nruf Sorcery irember of several
sredteat aoeleilea. and reit’a al’o pleet>nre to a large
tmiDber of onr moat dlrt’acoisasd phyaicla&i and pio •
lustra ot iDfrilciD* and sarcery.
scdßft,])r w.K. rventon.Bex6l«6.Chicago.m.
Oflire No lEIB Ct&rk street. Chicago.
noi-pife ntx-wAr
TDLEWILD.—Mrs. Willis pro
a*~poeestoree«lvclotolierhomeSlXLlTrLEQlßLß.
between the age of 8 end IS. She wishes to edneate
them with her own daughters.
Mrs. WIXUSLai engaged a competent teacher to
assist her. and Intend* that the iwunstion shall be
Oiorcugh and liberal. She desires to asccrethe fullest
devetapmectof individual gilts, and to make earnest
and intelligent wcrter. She will give the same eoie
*ud attention to their phyilcal weil-baLil and moral
-ultn-ewhlobsheextend«ioLerown children. The
vitiation ol Idlewlld u hraiU.fol. and iu limits afford
an ada treble play ground.
Circumstance* wIU pieven* Ur*. WHU* from recedv-
Higher pepnstw* jeer nttii the ad November.
Co color* nuy be obtained by addrtstlagMra WIL
LIE, at tifrdrio. Ucodna. Orange C<mity, B.T,
vfi ncn-tod tnor x war lm
UNION COLLEGE
m
Military Academy.
The second half reiilon of the current school year
November llt.h. 1803.
Tiuize tie a few vacanoiei lathe Cadet corps,
filqdwi* deiintie armuklor will pleato address,
without daisy, COLD. 8. Oil VJtB t, fiosVdeat, f niton,
tiiibou no6pMS*6t
HR JAMES, (formerly of New
A-' Orleans) whose unrivalled success la the treat*
menl of Lhroalc. Mercurial, Blood and other diseases
THAT BBQUIBBB farw.v.vrn. TREATMENT,
Bos permanently located himself at £6 Bendolpb-et-
Chicago. Dr, Jamoelssecommended by the medical
fatuity, and the almost entire press of the South.
Thousands of enfortanata bless Dr. JAMBS, who,
but for him, would be Uvlrg a mlorehle existence.
The enviable reputsUon Dr. James enjoys from the
to the GnE. Is She result of yean of study and
observation.
Dr. Jaa.cs &m> no Vtreair, IMto .Potosdl, Arsenic
oreoisaporlQa In the treatment of blood di*eiao. bnt
a rfnbsflie-.which w s positive cure.
Oi genie Weakness enred hj a new and Infallible
method, eerlng both time and ekpecee.
Office and perloreoi 86 Bandclpb street, (cp-stairs.)
Office boats fro m 9AU. nntli BP. M.
COBBBDTATIOSS 1M VIOL ABLE.
-
■WATER cure and ho
T T MCEOPATHIO MEDICAL IHFCEUABT,
2S2M STATE STREET.
Dr.H. O.TOWNbAKD.recently from Beet on. Uou«
arrangc&osts of this e&tabils'uncut
ccmcmbenoe:
Ist Ocnerel Practice, for which Dr. Townsend has
e comp* tett ewodae Phy*lclau. .
30. effioe Advloe wltj verbal or written directions
for hoccmamwnt • , ,
Sd. Detemnenlfor Female DLcaaes, al»o fortpeelal
costs cr Herrons Debility cfifi«les and Fences.
Ft males >l»nto£ the ciij end withicg Kedtcel advice
eon be nrorlded with nice rooir« end the bwtpr nore-
Ineor verTroveouehla te^ne Dr,Townsendneebis
rooms eo ananetd that palisnta viol ins bt< office
never see any on* but toe !>-, h nieeil. setters ad-
to OrfTOWNBEND S' au-.-ftrent
til .win t>e promptly itivmo. consultation tree
Office lomt from & A M.tc9P. M. nolpW im-ts
r\KS W. & J. HUNTER & VON
KJ [BfiJ>Ks treat. eH Chronic Discerns, such is
Coldl.Cottroa.Cot*njiptlon, Asthma. theLnns*. Heart 1
Stomach Sidneys. Dladdnr and the Bowea,
Diarrhea, oy*ea toy, Qoet.KS«nisiiUin, Partly el*. Hip
biMMAe hue brri iip, and ek oomplalata or women
sndchUdren :Bor« Ey ■enadHorb. Cataract Dlacbargoa,
lioarlna end Bnxri-c eoer-do- APo
CAHCEEB. OLD Boua: OR JJLCra, TUMKRS.
• WKCS.PILES AND FISTULa.
Wltnont cutting with the knife. AD letter* mnit con*
um tek cenu lot * spoeay answer. Dr*, w* AJ.
HDHILIt A VUN BM)HN, Box 6C7K. Eonr* from 9
Office to .Randolph street. Bon>« ol
X>««rt>ont.Ohlcaro.Uff9c£s 1t25 cW.ly
BIGLOW,
CONFIDENTIAL PHYSICIAN,
Formerly cl fit. Lcnis. and now establlfiheS fbr the
last two jeer* tt
179 8. Clark St., corner of Monroe.
The nnparalleled rnceesscf the Doctor in an special
dlatotca male aid leicalo, recommen>‘* nun to tha
mbllc u dererrtng of petrorate He bos cured the
woT>lc»*r* known In the country, and la reco amend*
•d h!gb» by tte wherever he bo* been, es a well
eoccatea and ecloncfie ebtAic ec. _Bccioeo two
stamp*ard get hi* TO SBILTH."
Booms eepnrate for ladles *td gecUemen where
they c*n nc the Dosmr only, at %-.y Urns from 6 A.
U.toSP.AL
gsr ComnUations free. P.O. BoxlSL
oc&-oazi m*w
\_J »?e often tte results oi applylre the ordinary
dyee. The only oafe ante'e whlco invariably pro*
dnee* anyehede cl csliirdeeded, from a fine amber
brows to tht Inteneett black la
Crlatadoro’e Exccldor Dye.
It pervades every fibre from tbs root to the t*p with
the tlcgerrqa red, end ac'uaiy leads the bur wttb
ue ailment which is rcqclel*® so promote It* growth,
lu lustra. Its permsteixfc a d lu oswoty. _
Macu*actaredby J.CKISTAIiOttO. Cistor Hoa-e.
f«ew York Boia everywhere, end applied by ell
Belt Ineaacrt. ..
Woe. »i. *1,20, aad $2 per box. uccordlag to size.
©cl&o2*Mm
A PHYSIOLOGICAL VIEW OF
i.i MABIUAOB
Contenting nearly 800p*cca. and ISO fine Plates and
CseravtDrsof the Aaatotuy-of the fiexaal organs in
a if-t* of Ee*Utb and Unease, wiu a Treatise on Bei
<Abcse. Us X>< plotabls coascqueness noon the Mind
end Boey. with the Author* rtaa of Treatment—the
onlyrational and successful aede of curt, v shorn
bvUte report of cases treated. A truthful adviser to
thetntrrftd, aud thoce c-o-terpUtlsg mrrtage. wto
entoitaln doubts o? their physical cord.tion. Sent
(ne d postage to a;y addreee. on receipt ot sseents.
In sumps or pos'al carrenry.by addrewlng nr. LA
CBOIX. Ho BiMalcealALt.Alo«ny.H.T.
oclU9aß<G»
OILES ! PILES I I
L DB. WITFIBI/D*B
VEGETABLE PILLS,
w* me too a certain care for FISTULA. BijIKD
1)3 BLSEDIKG fILiS.
We would caution all who are victims to this dis
tressing oomiUl. t to av id the use of external appi
Cations ast Ley result onlyiß aggravating the disease
Or. Win-LhLD’a itmedy lemores tne cause of the
disease, and effects a permanent co>e,
THIS IB SO QUA K MEDICHTS.
Tneee Pills tare been tried for the last seven yean,
and to ua instance have they faUedtocure
Price M oeaU per box. Bent by mall to any address.
J. yOUyO. Sole propriety
4KI Broadway.«. T.
For sale by BLISS £ SHARP. IM ISA* street On!-
osgo.m. seQ-mStG-Sm
IT AIR DTRJ HAIR DYE!!
XI BATC£BLO&w celebrated HATBDVB zb teb
tfwr Hi thk Wojxp. The only Bj,MMLnaz. Two* and
ftXLZABLX Dye kr-own. Ibis splendid Hair Dye is
rortect-changta Bed. Husty or Grey Hair instantly,
to a Oi/Oset HLaCk or KaTcaai. Usoww, wlthoct Is
<anag the Hair or Aaininr tbe Skin. itarlnr the Hair
•Soft and Beautiful; LKpan: fresh vlJdtty. frequently
roftorinx Itsyruttiibsoior.andrechbeathe li; effects
pf BadOyea Tbe Genuine li «I -I'M Wilt-iaw a.
datOHVLoa. all other* are mere t rotations, and should
M avoided Bold by a!? Druggist*. Ac, Factory, fl
lenity rtreet. Hew York. ]ys-gcs;-iy
np. J. HEBERN,
I J CaKOVK AND COFftIXPTIOS OostPAKICK,
Has Jotttad at raicifo, IlJtcoJs M Waoaau avenue,
corner ut KaodcJph street. He ktds and extracts Can.
©ers la trem tour tctw«:ty four hoars, without Itetnt
nesu or min. ibi treats all kiadeofcaroaic ois
■etw successfully. Cures always guaranteed. Port
emeo Box C4CS. noi-iA>B im
CARD.
" R4RT K THOBEPSOJf, K. B.»
ETMoUe of u.h Ntw EcKßxa Fdnule Uellr.l Col
iionioa resir*ctiouy an.ouucoe that ahe nae
or.aa.Qu ugg-i,! r>i,, nty Hav na practiced a year
U, the Nevr Tort Uira ary Car the disease of wamec
arc uu drf>u.«he roirnttathe netronneo of the pero-e
ofctiMfoauevicidtiv. utac'sW*ttt»ite street Office
li*.,M Jltßk H TdOHPSON.
Johls c Haloes. Mrs B. T,
6 OCllSil¥m‘ F.C. Bheruum, Mrt. W.U, Byder.
"aTOTICE TO BHIPPKRS O?
X - TALLOW, LA.HD. GKSIBB A. —Tas
■lgnadpayjftrtr Pwtt«Jw ftthSSL Bw.
low, and anaaap otorirs Any counomcßta seat lx
them will he prompt'ydVbosec of. aSSTn'cSrwarw
made, on very advaßUcwjus ter mi. We
UWttTstreet.tort
i nnn agents wanted.
A#V*vU for a very profitable auff highly re
apecteble business BoxrtLiog needed by every
boor, agents a-e msktvg three hundred aoUan
rer week aodrees <enrjoelnc &Ump lor reply
▲PEakdalb ▲ cu. 212 Broadway Hew York.
nO2-p258 ImcAw
"VTOTICE.—My -srife, Electa L. Ma
A* Grew, hirin': left my horse, bod and boird.
without cause or provocation, all persons are can
noned not to tfv« my sain wile any credit an my ac
count. as 1 shall jay no debts or accounts coot:acted
bf ha*- HEHP.r B, MoOHAW.
Chicago, Oct. 1563. OCS&-PBO 2w
gabbing fjorPmart.
j SADDLERY HARDWARE
SLEIGH BELLS.
HORSE BLANKETS,
SADDLES,
CARRIAGE TRDIMEVGS,
LEATHER,
F.OYTS LEATHER BELTING.
fondict, Woolley & So,,
No. 52 Lake Street.
{aol.yge la] !
yfAYDEJJ, KAY & 00,
45 and 47 Lake Street,
' Karcfrctnier* cad Deafen Is
B.49DmTBAB»W4Ri
Byrlecs, AdMv CnHSpoKec, FcHom,
Currlase Bodlea tai SetU, BeiiS'
eUei Olottif Fatoal Siea*ker«
CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS,
Hsrse Coßtrs, Blankets, Whips, Lsshoe,
-USD-
UaraessXeatlier.
A, OKTMAYER & CO ,
SADDLES,
HOESE COLLARS,
WUpi, Boneßlavlieta.Ploasb
tUrnesi, Ac
U LIKE STREET, UP-STAIRS
uB»U1 1 *Vw '
Caps, i’nrji, #£.
WILLIAMS &FITOH
SS late Street, GUeafOi
WBOLUAIZ MXLTM n
HATS, CAPS,
FURS, <Sco-,
Arc now prepared to offer by the package or don*
much the largest, moat attractive ud
cheapest itook ol
Bets, Gepo( Fan,
Bhckstln Coolfl}
Bcfihlo end Fuse? Bofessu
UxihrdUa,
Ladlflf’ Hats, &•«
Tobetoandwest of these*board: all nt wh'ch-r*
son and Win sen as low a* any ftna SAST or W£XS
Special attention ii invited to our extensive stock t
Far Caps and Ladies & Gents’ Fan
ORDXFS
WSI reetivu prompt aUentloa of one of oar fin*
Weber, Williams & Fitch.
üßkMlm
Srprm Xhtee.
New freight express
' LINE.
PLATTSMOUTH, GLEKWOOD,
COUNCIL BLUFFS & EDDTFILLE
The undersigned tsve established a Team L’ne Iron
and to tie above points, and wUlcarry freight via
BURLISCTOS AM) MISSOURI KITES)
AND
Chlagt, Bnittngtoß ud Quincy SiUrotds,
At tbs btiow given rates per 100 ponrdi until Korea*
berlsLlSCS.
Ist cloau 2d do. Bddo.khdo,
Chicago to Council Bluff*
end Omaha «J0 f2.TD fit GO fi2£l
After November Ift.and untiltarthernotice—
Queago to Conned Wadi
ana Omaha. -..-IfiCS f8 95 42.85 *2.79
Merchant* and shtppe:* eutrasUnz tns transporta
tion of their fircifht to the undersigned can rejj os
tefpeeay transportation, .. . „ _ , ,
Goods vm he c’oMlAeo according to Earfem tiacd
, Be parocaTar and mark package* via
" BUHLISGTOH AND EDDTYILLE."
For further Into nation apply to 0. F. HFTNDBIE A
00. ooancll Blnth: TOOTLE A HANNA, Flatts
mouth; E. 8. BOEBTZHELL. Glenwood; £TBH *
«I6HTMAH. BddWviUe.
' C. F. HBNDSDS * CO.
OonncfißlafiAOct. 9.1553,
For farther tnlcrmvlion applrto tte Gsal Fztigtit
Office Ctairago. Burlington a Qntacr Ealtroad nosh
pony, Chtcago. ocUoBS(Hn
1863.
Western Transportation Company
AKD
WESTERN EXPRESS,
THB WB7THKK TE*JTSPOSTATION (X)MPAKT
*svc cede arreegemenu to ran their Lake Sieaa
Fropefiere on alternate days with those of the
REV YORK CENTRA!*
SICBIGAR CENTBAIi BAHBOASI
—AUSO
tee western express,
-tmyHwg over the New York Central Bal’rovl to Bet*
aio asc connecting with ihe varloas Bailroede rss
*tn- wen. and the different Lines Ol Fropeilen on
ffie tipper and. Zxrrer Lahea.
rerbme ot lading end contract* vie Cacti or BsJ>
read, arplytj the foUowirg agents:
HUOb » LLAN, No. 1. Cmttlts Slip. New York.
oti.rptt CLAPP, No. 1. CcentiM ollp.NewYork,
AEG. C jLELN. No. 1 CmntU* Slip. Sew York,
B. o. CHaSK, US Pier. Albany. N. 7. _
E. Q. *■ HAfiE, 191 idveret oet, Troy, N.T,
j.L htjho A CO..Hnrd** Dock,Dewott,Mleh.
B. A. BUCK, Greco Boy. Wi*. • w
J. J. TALLMADOS. M. A P. D. C, B. B. Dock. MB
*vf|is,BEH TBAFBPOBTATIOK CO- BnajO.
JWO SIAM a CO.. Rrie Fa
BOND A MOBHIB. Cleveland, Ohio.
HOPKINS A GHIPFITH, Toledo, Ohio,
w F. DILL. Bandnsky, Ohio.
A ‘p. DUTTON. Batina WU. w w _
KBNOBHA PIEB COMPANY. Kenosha. WU.
w H. WK3QET A CO- Wankceran, in.
i.*F. CBKLAKD. Bheboygan, WU.
J. W. TDTTUBi
Senertl western Agent. No. 2 stale street. Chlctge.
wHsmtsa-Zm
lUattl]f*.
WATCHES.
"Particularly valuable for nfijeers In the army an
Irrvcltra.'' —[Frank LesJe'a Feb. 21.
*' Prettiest, bestatd creeper timepieces ever offer
et'HN Y. Illustrat'd Hew>. Jen 10.
• Exceed otbei minefdCiur« in point ol accuracy
end essence. [fhlle. Army & Bevy Gezetts. Key 9, ■
' "An Improvement on ordinary tlmeplecw and in*
valuable zor railroad men/'—Y, Am. B&Uroad
Journal. Aup. 9.
Elaborately and a* tutically flubbed. —[R Y.scot-
Usb American. JnlySO.
*• Combine great accuracyai timekeepers,* —[Pitts*
bare (Pa) Chronicle. July 27
• very pretty and durable watches for the army."
~IH.T. Army A Kavy Journal. (Government orsanj
Anr.3o.
• One of the eldest and most reliable bouses In bail*
ness/*—iXiCUUvlUe (Ay.) Journal, Jciy at.
MAGIC TIME OBSERVERS
THE PZEnCTIOK OF MEOBASISX!
Being a HnnUntr, or Open Face, or lady's or
Gentleman’s Watch combined, with Pa
tent Self-Winding Improvement. -
The If T.lHutt'S’.elKewß.m Its laene cl Jin, 10,
if 63, ob p»pe voluntary saye: 'We have been
*hovn a meet oiess.rg novelty, of which tne Sub
tuudEbos. or Kew York are ihe sole importers. It
is tailed the MaoicTtme Obssstkc aod Is a Hunting
and Open Face Wa*ca combined. One of the prettl
eat ir-oit coLiveolrnt. and d-Cdcdly the best and
chcsiwrttlnepleceicrgenerai and rellabiecse ever
effmed. It bw wltUa -it aid connected with Us ma
chinery its own wtodlrgattachmeot. rendering a key
entirely cat<AC6*caiy. The casts or this waten are
oompostd or two metal*. toe outer o.e balng fire
16 cast fold It has the Improved rnby action lever
movement, and Is wa rented an accurate timepiece.”
Price superbly e* graved, per ca*e ol hs'f-do«n.S3C4
Sample w iv uee in neat Morocco boxes, for taose pro
pMirr to buy at wbo esaie, *35. if sent by mall,
the postage Is SS cents: registering, SO cents.
SILVER WATCHES.
First-Cla'S HUNTING Timepieces,
rox aooctuct cr novriresT, bxautt op xvrvßza&
AND, ABOTKALL.CHKXpNE*-aiKPKIOB.IitaB
WaTCZZZS MUST XNSUKK
rNrvnssAL appbodixioit.
An Imitation so faultless that tt can hard’y be detected
by the inert exrtr.eaced judge*. Tne material beta* of
two tnttsis (tt«. outer cue first Qcantrr silvcb «nd
theiEues cut Gonr&q silver, it cannot
by cuttinr or heavy ecsravtng. u act only in
aiwtaratce.bu*. la durability, the d-et resemblance
OIHOUD hTCEUNO EILTXB i a existence
The sale of these wa'ches 1c the anuy It a source of
enormous profit. maiUn* as they very reaally do. at
123 and up sards. ttaiy hundred dolors can be mads
l" a single fay day by any one of ordinary batincn
tact
At Wuoix&axs Ojtlt! In beayy huuUuK
rases.besutirutiy engravad, white eiatasf d.al. and
lai«y ca*-hands, la go-d raunlng order, by ths ha U
dozer.s66; postage. |28); rozU»eilnr.B3cents. Hold
oaly by the cits. Can be cafeiy sent by mall.
Goods sent by Express to any part of tho Loyal
States, with bill payable on delivery. •
Persons with whom we tare bad no Famous or
bzgulab dtfc:lagv orderiox Goods to so hr itzoru*
bill ferseme psvab.e o- delUery. u:o«t la all ca**: re
mit at Jea*t |3 Uedv»nce as a guarantee tuat tne
packiae alii be promptly pUJ tor oi pre»eucaU*n.
cl courts ne&sionnt eo sevtin alvauce slUbsap
plied as panlal payment cf bl I ordired.
tW"Pote~CoJolers and all others in the dtslovsl
Btates mutt s*nd paymentls advsnee. as tne Express
Comniales percznpto.liy retnse nskUR collections
ftom snchpreca.l-U' loca'itics Money caa bo sent
by mail crerprcis. Ifby-maillfl arcgtei«rr*d!ener.st
our risk. Co:io»pcn<lc*ic* be plaialrsddreased
B p S B A RD cifOS, Importers.
CCSI-iIBO-Sw IC9 l>‘Q*dwaf Ke*Yo fc-_
A LBUMS! I ALBUMS 11 -- Im
menM *tock ol new. rich, and .beautiful stylet
aow o& txti- man. Having them made expressly to
my crtiei.lamrecalßnk toea lower than any hoas*
lathe city.while 1 offer toem at wholesale at the
same rst«t u Ewtem coalers. Don’t bay outU yos
see my stock, p.o B«4aaß.B?APPLßßy.Pbot<>
graphic Stock Deuot. IM South dark it. tu2 k6 Sc
Tj'RENCH ZINC PAlNT.—Bril
itanuy lor sale by JoPEPHM BTBONG 42and 44
V1 ;m« «.;•««, cokiiit,.
T Lawiß.pHj* kco. '
;b cuc»eo.
Cjtcago i^rtbtmc.
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11.1833.
THE PEUKSIXTAHU COUi
HL\E EIBTfj,
Origin of the XroablM-Xhe Rexnlto
of Copperhead Xeaohlßga,
[Fromtho M. Y. Tinsi.)
Beaveu Maanows, Friday, Nor.S. 1888.
Banks townahlp, Carbon county, Pcaasyl-
I?*!***!? *o Inlog region of little note, jet a
fi u , M Ct i* ll^ely wlltt Wo **t aoi embraclog
vithin Its narrow clrcolt soma of the*riches*
t»al orchards In Pennsylvania. Pc'chod bn
Iho very highest portion of land in the State
m a co»d Mid desolate n-glon; peopled only by
,n< * OCijnan .miners; bat little
that Urosplm below enr comes up hero: If
the half wnichhaa occurred here within the
ptstTLrt* months ever came, down to the
tress and the news marls of ihe people be
low, a very edtfylog comment hpon be .
reticent influence of copperhead teaching*
open their innocent oUdpJce would be fir
bifehtd the incendiary folio wore of Woodward.
Ucratio Seymour, <kc. It is no: exaggeration
to ray, tbai tore In Banks to «ntblp ( &ltnt*e
Jjlng, and htlng but o-e hundred and twenty
mrks from New Y«tk City* and but one hua
di td rtilrsfrom Philadelphia,* ruga of mob
law, aa lull ot incidents of riotous orntaUty
and dally seines of cold blooded and deliber
ate smrder has long existed. eqatUog the re
coidecfany period of equal length JjFany
territory oi the Game Bine in fiat tern Tonne/-
ece.
. L»tt Arpost, apfaccablo. Uir-aWdla" cltt
zeu, rwim.g In Beaver MeadoWa,’ wa. mldd
thel ot-jtet or an attack; from a riotous croird
cf L Lumen, who. under the name* of Back*
ehote and Molly McGuires, have disciplined
themselves into an organization, ia bat fee-
Icttance* disitaiilar to the Indian Tong.* The
afsault ttm made at night by a detachment of
these ruffians, with the evident design to take
Lie life ' The citizen shot one of the rascals,
azd a Home Guard company from Hizeltoa.
a email vlllsge about four miles off, came
down to the rescue, and the ruffian* wore
dlppeised. Subsequently the ringleader of
the scoundrels was captured and lodged la
Jail at toanch Chunk, *. a city; ofabout 10,003
lobabpaate, about twenty miles distant. At
mlcnlgfat of the second day after the arrest a
party ol one hundred Buckshota went down
to tbociiy, surrounded the jail, compelled
the SheiiS to liberate the prisoner; add
nmched him.home in triumph. No efforts
ba'ceter been made to punish the mob nor
to recapture the prisoner.
The aticceea cf this insolent • violation of
Uw and order inaugurated the reign of terror
which has scttled doirn on'this district. Mob
orators Irom Mauch: Chunk have told these
deluded miners that “they must not auhmlt
to the Lincoln tyranny; that the object is to
diafc every Democrat; that they must’stand.
In their doors aid resist every officer con
nected with the dralt who comes near them,”
<fcc, &c. The resolts of this dlsßeminatlon
of the cardinal doctrines of copperhead Ism
uie briefly trammed up in the lollovriag elate*
mint of fact : .
Those Lisbmen -who are reading or think*
lug men are aU loyal. Every Welsh, Eoglieh
or German coliitr is unreservedly so. Bat
those poor wretches who, in their bllad Igoo*
ranee, believe all that is told; them, if only
told iu belter English than their own brogue,
have been InAimed by the treasonable doe*
trines aco the inflammatory harangues of the
villains who nave sown this whirlwind. Or*
genizcd, aimed by a rifle manufactory within
their own control, *itaated near the Tillage of
iJazeltor, constantly diilltd by night within
plain eight cf all who wish to see these rebels
have done the work of death four months past,
undisputed and unchecked by any civil au*
thority, with no officer of the law or of the
army to slay their hands. Within that time
nearly a fcoie of loyal men have bean mur
dered here. In many io*tauctß ihemurderers
are known. In tie streets of Janesville men
hsve bees pulled out of their houtes and cut
to pieces in.the Streets. No man d*re accept
any civil office In the township. The draft
enrollment has been made from the hooks ot
the mire owner?. No man alive dare aerve
the notica. In any one ol the mining villages
he would not live an hour after the first ser
vice, if he ever succeeded in making that one.
These men have openly boasted that “ no
diafl dare ever be made amo’ get them—that
it was mote than, a man’s life was worth' to
attenpt it—that they would murder any sol
dier or body of soldiers that came near them,”
dec., &c. The few loyal people of the neigh
borhood have been for some time earnestly
entreating assistance from the military au
thorities to save them from a reign of terror,
every day becoming more fall of hourly hor
ror. *.
This they have at last obtained through
Capt. Yohe, Provost Marshal of the Eleventh
District of Pennsylvania- On Wednesday,
.the 2Slh nit, Capt A. A. Yates, commanding
the Eighty-eighth Company, Invalid corps!
was ordered with hie command to the rebel*
lions district, to protect the Deputy NfVrwhil
in the service of the notices, and to enforce
tho peace and security of the neighborhood.
On the way to the mines, during a temporary
delay at Munch Chunk, word was sent to the
District Attorney of Carbon County, Mr.
Counsellor Leonard, that he bad now an op
portunity to umt the murderers and rioters
of the district; bat the Democratic officer
did not see fit to avail himself of the oppor
tunity.
Capt. Tates established his headquarters at
the mining 'district of Beaver Meadow. On
Thursday morning, with a force of sixty, men,
he started to serve the notices. Bat as no
body either knew or dared to tell where any
body lived, the work was slow enoogu.
Beyond a few curses, equal in emphasis mid
sincerity to anything that the veterans had
ever heard in the front, and an attack upon a
sentry by a drunken Backshot, no rerisl&nee
was offered. On approaching-the mines,
however, one of the rebels stationed as a
picket fixed a gun at the party, and about fifty
left for Janesville, a rendezvous aboafc two
miles distant. Word was brought that the
zioters had assembled in macs at that place, and
that from three to four hundred were ready to
surround and bushwhack the soldiery iu their
further progress. Ascent ten; out among them
confirmed this statement. CommumcaUdn
was Immediately had with Ilazleton, lu the
adjoining district, and a force of thirty caval
ry and XOO Infantry started from there to
Janesville on the mornlcg of Friday, to co
operate with Capt. Yates. On entering
Janesville on Friday, the place was perfectly
quiet; but in the course ot half an bonr the
streets began to fill, and the mob to cluster
and growl along the sidewalk. . The com
manding officer, determining to nip this em
bryo New York plug muss in the bad, or
dered the streets to “be cleared. This was
dene In about five minutes, but in the opera
tion, one Buckshot was badly sabered. He is
al this time pasting the last moments of bis
rebellious lire. The houses were then search
ed, and a wagon-load of arms and aaunuul
tion, among them some United States mus
kets, token away.' So great is the dread of
these ruffians that the good peopled Janes
ville implored the forces not-to leave the
place. The wife cf one of the mine owners
told the commanding officer that as the chil
dren were pitying on the corners on Sunday,
the 25ih nlc., one of the ruffians fired a mus
ket hall in amooget them, fortunately Injur
ing no one. Tint on the Monday following,
a man was cut to pieces before her door. «
The mine-owners are completely under the
control of these ruffians. They- have to pay
w*ges, in oil instances as much as SS&, in
most cases $l2O to $l5O a month. They com
pel many loyal Irishmen to Join them, and
fill many who refuse. A few brave souls
there are here, who defy them, hat the ma
jority of the people are cowed by their bra
mlity atd great numerical force.
Reinforcements ere about to be sent to
Capt. Yates to clearout the district. To thfs
end he has offered his services to drill and
discipline all citizen organizations that apply
to him. We trust he will eacceed.
THE CAPITOL mPROYE
- mueuxs..
The Great Door—Tlie Now Treasury
Building.
[From the Washington Republican, Kov. stb ]
TBE GBEAT DOOB.
That great work of art, concerning which
the public haTe been led to form each high
anticipations, ban been received and set np,
though it ia not yet pcffeclly adjusted to its
bearings. ,In that respect, however, it will
eoon be and open to examination.
It stands at the'entrance ot the corridor lead
ing from the old hall of the House to the
new.
The door is of bronze. The design was by
Mr Randolph Rogers, an American artist
working at Romo.-The founder was Mr. Fred
eric Von Holier,'of Munich, Bavaria. It Is
told to he the only work oi the kind in the
worid. Its weight U 20,000 pounds. To this
date there has been paid upon it $23,423.
There are some outstanding bills, and some
additional expense is now incurring. When
it is completed and : ready for nee. the total
expense will be just about exactly $30,000.
The leading' subject ot its embellishments
is the history of Columbus. It has two
valves, with four panels on each valve, and
ore sccii-clrculor panel over the transom.
The first panel (beginning at the bottom of
the left band valve) contains a scene repre
senting Columbus before the Council ot Sala
manca ; the second panel, ■ his leaving the
convent of La Bobfda; the third panel, his
rudience with Ferdinand aod Isabella; the
fourth panel, Us departure from Paloe; the
eemi circular panel over the transom repre
sents his first landing at San Salvador; the
-fifth panel, his first encounter with tbe In
clans at Hispaniola; the sixth panel, his tri
umphant entry into Barcelona; the seventh
panel represents him a prisoner in chains
about to be* rent back to Spain; the eighth
panel contains a scene representing Us death.
There are sixteen small niches in the border
or frame around the floor. In which are six
teen statuettes, representing distinguished
contemporaries of Columbus, and between
the panels are heads representing historians
who have written on his voyages from his
own time down to the present day, ending
with Irvlrg and Prescott. Crowning the
door is a huctef Columbus The ornaments
arc chiefly emblema'ic of conquest and navi
gation. There are also about the edge four
ttatnctler, the largest of all representing the
four great divisions of the world—Europe.
Asia, Africa, and America. The sur&ce of
the work has a beautifully soft and mellow
tone. All the figures and ornaments are very
t harp and clear in outline, and the mechani
cal execution Is almost wonderful ialuper
fidicD.
THE KEW.TBBABDBT BUILDINGS, .
Tl'e Treasury building is now nearly finish
ed according to plan, the small portion of
space now occupied by the State Department
only itmaing to he improved. Like the Pat*
ent Office, or Interior Department, it occupies
two Equates, but contains vastly more room
for ordinary business purposes. Thus, tbe
third story of the Interior 'Department will
soon be required exclusively for the suitable
display of models of inventions, whilst every
part of the Treasury building but the attic
ard a portion of the west basement is devo
ted to the use of tbe Secretary, chiefs of bu
reaus and the multitude of clerks, male aud
female, that belong to that department. Only
the bascmdit of. the old Tren.tr itmetnre
or colooeOe ie OBishkbtUele.- ThU li need
for etonge . p«>jrae«. :.The: bueneat
of <h« wut wing, which is at l.a.t
a down fen lower tt»u tbe geo-ra', lerel;
cfuie Pieiidtol’s grouoaa, la to ho oud for,
eeeiaTetaaiid for makisir Ink. paper. &o .f.r,
Gortn zoeot hoids aos ctttroocy. Abore thla,
are r<oma for the United State* Treasurer
C •ndahoio thol.H-ri. to'he
what Is called the “Secretary l * owaoffice."
TorfO ri'OBB are set apart fur the
himself—oce for receptloo, another for retlr*
nrd a third t »r batslwr, drEßilor,
<vc. The attic la to be need solely for paiut
faf? rn»p<‘«B. This is formed- by raising a
bUjy upon the rear of; al> the sines forming
the hollow square of. iha atructnre. ”A vast
number of hvdrmriie press ta are to be used
in this part of the boildlog, . As far m praott-
CBl,_the clc system of *-eparate rooms for
. clerks is to be abaodoned, aod finch rooms are
to -be thro-ni ibto arson ball*-where all em
ployes Are undtr thoeyee ol cblfla of bireani.
Alltbe bureaus ><f the Treasury wdi be'oou*
ceotrsted in.tbe building when itis' finished,
and the somber of employes‘will b« mors
than a ihou&snc*, or a roll raglmect. The bu
reaus sre.’aa. follows: -Two Comptrollers and
tbeCotnzDlßfcioiicr of Cus’omi. fire Auditors,
United B'Mcs TrctMirar, United States Begu
ter, Commitielontrcf lotsruat Revenue. Com.'
musiouer of CnrrtLcy, Solicitor of the Tress
ifrjr Coaatnjc'loa Bureau.
The latter bti control of engraving. printing,
&C. Whit b dcso upon the Treniaiy eaten
cion Idlnasiyle ofgrrat durability andocldn*
dor.
HEWS FASAGBiFHS.
—Her, Robert AllynhM accepted thePrcai
deacy of tho. McKendree College. Lebanon.
IlUnol..- ' ■
—Fromone tp°thte« thon«and,ducts are
fiLot daily oa the Bdeqaebanaa River. . -
—The number of.students in Brown Uni*
vensity,' IC. I , id aa; follows; Stniors, 40;
Jmior»,-50; Bcphomorofl'so; Fresh men. &5,
Total, 203. , :
—The Baltimore Aiherlcaa says before the
next season for planting comes aroued, the
bulk of compulsory labor In Maryland will
have absolutely vanished. *
: —An attempt has been lately made at St.
Petersburg,to:employ girls a« compositors.
Half a dozen maidens< are earning a decent
lirtlihood In the printing office of the North
ern Ike, r ■■ ' , , . *
—A solution of'caustic soda and’ sulphur,
poured Into a lead pipe and left there for Ilf.
teen minutes, converts the interior surface of
the pipe into an insoluble -sulphide, render*
ing the contamination ot the water by the
lead impossible.
—Mr. Gould, the English-omithologist, hia
written to the Becret*xy,of the Adelaide In
eiitullon In Australia.. stating that one of the
birds discovered daring Smart's exploration
vas a new specie* of paroquet, which he has
ramed PolytUU Alexandria, in honor of the
Priicesa of Wales.
—Of one hundred and fifty vessels now
loading at New York, for foreign ports, only
twenty axe ‘American. The depredations of
the rebel pirates are catting the American
shipping Interest up to a fearful extent
—Late English papers state that the potato
idt has suddenly appeared iu Ireland, destroy*
ix>g a large portion of the crop. This fact has
tended to increase emigration, and people
were leaving in large numbers lor Canada and
the United Slates. .
—A correspondent of the Independence
IkJge, .welling from Home on the 25th of
September, rajs ;• *• Last week the Pope went
to the Quiiimu, and had a' number of books,
which he set fire to, brought into the garden.
When they began to bum he said, 'While the
flames of hell are bUziog let us take on ice,'
and refreshments were served in front of the
huio-do-fe. I cannot say for certain that M.
Renan's 'Life of Christ* was there, bat it is
probable. Formerly condemned books were
burnt by the bonds of the hangman; now the
Pope himself is the executioner.” .
—The Jardin d*Acclimation of Paris are
making a variety of experiments with the ob
ject of introducing silks similar to those
made in China and Japan Into France.' The
Japanese silk worm is smaller than the ordin
ary aiJk worm, and Is fed upon oak leaves,
and from thence* comes the toughness la the
texture of the raw silk and the various-fabrics
woven from it. The same society has under
consideration the silk worm of Madagascar,
which fteds upon the leaves of the Angola
pea. The silk is heavy and has no gloss, bat
is exceedingly strong.
—The American ship Express, lately burned
by the pirate Alabama, was l&den with a car
go on French account insured at Lloyd's in
London for This amount was paid
by these underwriters on the 17th nit, a
week previous to the soiling of the Canada.
If the sum had been a hundred times as
much, our merchants would not have re
gretted it It is said the Cap oln sailed with
two registers and two flags. His proclivities
were Southern and quite coppery. He was a
part owner of the Jproperty destroyed, and Ids
portion was not insured. His experience will
give him new and Joster views of the rebels,
whose piratical cruisers Jnfest the seas for the
purpose of destroying lawful commerce.
■ —Rev. Dr. Peabody has retired from the
management of the North Western ifo-tow,
and will be succeeded by James Russell Lo
well and Charles Elliott Norton.
.—The unprecedented dearth of houses in
Philadelphia I«‘attributed mainly to the stop
page cf building, by the high cost of labor
and materials.
—A sister of General Grant was married in
Covington, Ky., opposite Cincinnati,'a lew
days ago, to a clergyman of the Methodist
Church.
—Among the newly elected representatives
to the Massachusetts Legislature are Rev.
Charles Beecher, the heterodox preacher, and
Prof. Wzn S. Clark, of Amherst College, late
Colonel la the army.
The disinterment of the dead In the Get*
tytburg battle-field and their, removal to the
national cemetery it going on. They -will be
boiled by States in the form of the arc of a
circle. Each grave will be separately and dis
tinctly re-marked. Thursday the 19th inet.,
has been appointed for the dedication.
According to a recent traveller, the poor
classes of English glrla who emigrate to Gape
Town (Africa) readily marry the Mohamme
dan working men of the' piece, who make
good and sober has bands.. The wives soon
adopt the religions notions of their spouses,
mount the Fez and keep the Friday Sab
baths.
—The inconvenience cf crinoline have been
found so great in the Staffordshire potteries,
that, the principal manufacturers, Messrs.
Copeland, Messrs. Minton, and others, have
forbidden the use of crinoline oil their prem
ises during the hours ot work. Xu one shop
alone the losses by breakage ot articles swept
down by them amounted to £3OO a year. The
workshops became too small,'and tho work
was impeded. The workwomenhavesubmit
ted to the change with almost entire unanimi
ty ord goodwill, and now enter upon their
work In garments like those of Greek statues.
—The statue of Frlnce Albert erected at
Balmoral by order of Queen Victoria, was un
covered on the 17ch nit, The statue is ot
marble and represents the Prince In Highland
dress with a rifle In the left hand, the right
resting on the head of a favorite dog. Upon
the pedestal is the following inscription, se
lected by her majesty:
“Albert, Prince Consort. 1661. His life sprang
from a deep Inner sympathy with God's will; aud
therefore, with all that Is true, aad beautiful, and
right."
pUiLAQAR & SMEETH,
BRASS FOTCDEKS,
COPPERSMITHS,
Alcohol Stills and Browers’ Kettles,
And an kinds of
COPPER AND UR ASS WORK,
Manufactured at short notice.
20,000 lbs. of Brazier's Copper for stie at
Eastern prices for cash withirelght added. Highest
price paid lor Old Copper. •
Corner West ZUndolpbandDesplainesfits.,
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oczj-o7iom
TTHE MUTUAL LIFE ENSUB-
X ARCS 00.. Of New York. 7. s. wisaton.
Seat. Cash Aase is February lat, 1368.
t5,335,11«.T».
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OentroinunolaJo. 47 Chicago. Jeil-zSS-U
OYSTERS, OYSTERS.—Fifth
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CELEBRATED BALTUORE OISTEES.
Having received the exclusive agency for toeßorlla
erciLwe are prepared to sen at prices that DBFV
COMPETITION. Dealers andeohsuiaerswtllflnd it
their interest to give ua a call, or send for a circular,
before ot derlng elsewb ere.
Uazuvoll filled and Warranted Hrcry
Time.
Aliordenfilledpromptty. Our motto is opposition
to all monopoly andhlgh prices. H.SAKBOKNA CO.
Uißandolpb street, Chicago. P H o. Drawer Kii.
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THOMSON’S LONDON KTTOH
JL ENEB.OB EUROPEAN BANGS, for families,
eotela, or public Icstltotlaaß. la TWENTY DIFFER
ENT tIZtS. Also. Philadelphia Bonzes. Hot All
Fnrnaee*. Portable Hesters, iJowdown Qratcj. Fire
board Btovcs.iiatbßcflere.B'e whole Plates. Broilers.
Ceoßng Stores, Ac., at wholesale and retail, by the
cancfactnreit.
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The only manufacturers In the United states, d
Brass Alphabets and Figures, to any great extent oi
to any variety. Sold at wholesale at the Lovntsi
CASH PciCEd. Also. Ve BEST OP INDSUBLI
BtffKCIL INK. vtkt cSSap. Btcncll Dias and ah
xtods of EtencU Stock. Inquiries or order* promptly
attended to. ocT-nSIS-Sm
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Every variety of Machinery, Brass aM Iron "Work,
neaily mace to order atd repaired, E5 West Randolph
street. Chicago, eewlrg Machines repair** and Im
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.ARTILLERY HORSES.—We
11 with to pnrebate
A LOT OF ARTILLERY HORSES,
For whlchalmeraiprice winbepald. Inqu're for the
? resent at AVERT’S STABLES, Ulich’a Hotel, or of
I R. MORGAN,at .Government Correil, State street.
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iJ<OBACCO DEALERS
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GERMAN BITTERS,
PBEPAE3D BT
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IS NOT A
BAR ROOM DRINK,
, OB A
gtIBSTSTVTTE FOR jair^S,
i . Ott AM
Intoxicating Coverage,
BUT A HIGHLY COSGEHTRATED
VEGETABLE EXTRACT,
A PURE TONIC,
Freo from hloGhollo Stimulant or Inlarions
DRUGS,
A3D WILL EF73CrUALL7 QU3S
Llim COMPLAINT,
Dtsfepsia,
And JTA.UKDICB
HOOFL&NC’S GERMiJf BITTERS
WILL CUIIS 3718T CASS OF
Chronic or Nervous Nobility, Diie&ae of the
Kidneys, and Diseases arising from
Disordered Stomach.
OBSERTE THE FOLLOWING SYMPTOMS
Result Inglroni Disorders of tuo Diges
tive Organs:
Consti
pation, In
ward Plus, Fairness :
orßload to c&a Leal, acli
!ty oftheStimaea. Haases, Heart
burn, uitgutl for Food F-Uiaws cr
Weigbtlntao Stomach StfurE-uctatluaj,
Blnkitg or Flattering st the Fit of tit Stom
ata ewiiuatlOKOftao litad ttn'ilsaaad Difficult
‘ Breaming. Fmitorn.fi at the Hurt, CaoXl.fi or
Baffoeatinz Beaaatlobt when la a I?lac postnrs. Dim
. mu rt vulon. Data or Weoa before the Sight,
•ever and Dull Pain In the Head Deficiency
of Penplr»Uoa. Tello»mas* •! thl
. sain and Sjei. Paia la mt side.
£»ck,Cie»t,Llmbi.ec Sad.
oen rlaatei ot a eat, Bura
irt ta ice r.o>n. Con
etan imatioiDgeof
Evil aid great
Oepteeatunof
Spirits,
Hoofland’s German Bitters
WILL GIVE YOU
A GCOD APPETITE;
STLOSG XEBVES.
HEALTHY NKBVEf, :
STEADY NEBVEB,
BRISK FKKUNGfI,
EBBEGEfIC FEELINGS,
HEALTHY FEELINGS,
A GOOD CONSTITUTION.
A STRONG CONSTITUTION
A HEALTHY CONSTITUTION,
A BOUND CONSTITUTION.
WEAK
will acasa tbi
DELICATE
thin
DEPRESSED
-WILL XAXX th«
SALLOW COMPLEXION - CLEAR,
DULL EYE - CLEAR AND BRIGHT.
Will prove a bletslsg In
EVERY FAMILY.
C&n be used with perfect safety by
male
on
FEMALE,
PARTICULAR NOTICE.
There are many preparations soil under the name
cf Bmers. put up la quart Bottles, compoaaded of
mecheapest trbUky orcoEimmrnm. co*ttag fr.im 20
to 40 cents per gadun. the taste diigoUed by Anise or
Cotlacder ed Ac
This class of Billers hss seated and will continue to
cause, as lots as to ey can b« eold. hundredt to die the
o«ath of thoarunkard By their use t*.e system is
j£rj)t continually under the Influence of Alcoholic
Stimulants ot the worst zlad. tht aeslre /or Liquor
l- created aud kept up. andUteietolcisallthehorrori
attaLdast upon a drunkard a life and death. B£-
WABB OF TfIJEM.
Per thoe who dtilre ard WILL HAVE a liquor
BUUrs.wepc3llth the foilowlcs receipt, Gtt ONE
uOTTIaR OF HOOKLANDS GERMAN BITTERS
and s lz with THREE QUARTS OF GOODBUANOY
OR WHISKY, and the result will oe aprepsratioi
that will FAR EXCEL lo medicinal Times and true
bxcdlencesny of tee numerous Liquor Bitten in the
trsrket,at.d will O’ST MDCHLSaB Ton will Have
a'l tnevliiurpof HOJfLAM) S HITTER! lu coonoo
»ton wltn a GOOD artic.ecf Liquor, at a much less
’{sap ice than these inferior preparations will cost
jou.
DELICATE CHILDREN,
Those auffeilrg from MAHABMDB. wa'llng away,
wlu.scarce!} tiy U««boa tatlrboaag.arecmed la a
\eiy iho:t time; one bciue In tuea cases, will have
most turprlsins effect.
DEBILITY,
EcrultJrg from fevers of any kind—These Bitters win
rerew your strength In a vtry short time.
Fever and Ague.
ThechHli wFlrot return If the«- Blt*e:s. are used.
Foptiu n in a Fever and Ague District soaold be
without them.
rBOK LEV. J.KXWTON BBOWK, D, D . KDITOX O? TBS
UKCT CLOPEDL*. OP BZLIOIOUB KJTOWLEPOB.
Although not disposed to favor or recommend
Parent Medicines in general, through distrust ot their
ligiedlcntsand effects; lyet know of no sutficlent
is scons why a maa may nos testify to the benefits he
helievts himself to have lecelved from any simple
Vrrpcjacon, m the hope that he may thus contribute
lotnebeneatofotheis.
Ido this moraieadUy la regard to Hooflund's Ger
man Bitters, prepared by Dr. C. M Jackses, of this
city, because I was prejudiced agamuthem for many
veua under the Impression that they were calefly au
dccholic mixture. lam indebted to my frlasd Rob
ert Shoemaker. Eiq,. for the removal ot this prejudice
cypiocer tests and for encouragement to try them,
when suffering from great aid long co a tlna-3d da
tuuy. The use of three battles of these Bitters, at the
beginning cf too pmemyear, was followed by evident
rebel, and restoration to a degree olbodhyaad men
tal vigor which I had net felt lor its months before,
end had almost despaired cf revaluing. 1 therefore
thank God and my mend for directing me to the use
of them . J. NEWTON BROWN.
FuiLsbiLPnu, June SI, l£6j.
ATTESTIOS) SOLDIERS!
And the Friends of Soldiers,
We call the attention of an haring rslatlana or
filendfl In the armytn the fact that ••HOO?XA.HD , S
Gets an bitters ’ will cure iILO-tenths of me olieasea
indaced by eapoanre and privations J4ddeat to camp
life. I-tDslißt».poh.l4hcdaußostdaliy in the neve
tapers on the arrival or the blot, It wilt be noticed
toat a very large propoi t'on are snffeiln* from peat
ana lons continued deb'lltv. breiy cate of that cud
canheieaollyca'edby ilooflands German Bitters
Wehaverohesitsuonia statingthat.lftneie DUters
v ue freely me* among onr soldiers, hundreds of lives
mtcht be saved that otharwUe would bs lost,
Xbe proprietors are diLy receiving ihantrni letters
from sufferers la the army ana hospitals, who bare
bten restored to neoltn by tne css of these Bitters,
tent to them by tieir friends.
BEAVAB£ of counterfeits*
See Jackson’Ms oa the
VvEaPPER of each Bottle,
PRICES,
Targe Blre SI.OO Per Bottle, or Hf. Doi, $5.00
Medium Size 76 “ 1 orHf, Dor. 4.00
' TbeLarge Sire, on account of the quantity ihe bot*
lies hold, are much the cheaper.
should yourr-eircstdmgstat not have the article,
do cot be put off by any of tie Intoxicating prepara
ilocsxtat may be ofler*a Inin pi ice bat tend to as
sxd we will forward, securely packed, by express.
Principal 9® ce Mahufa^ory,
NO. C3liE-H tT.. PEILiDELPHIi. ?(i\
JONES <Sc EVAISTS,
Eocceiicrito 0. M. JACKSON A CO.,
Proprietors.
rr~ FOE BALE br Druggists and Dealers to eveiy
town to toe TJnUeu Stale*, and by
LORD & SMITH,
S3 Lake SI M Ciiicago, III* .
General Wesl ern Wholesale Agents.
Uoll*psnite»rw6m,l
★ ★
DR. SWEET’S
Infallible bniment
fiSUT KXTEBNAS. SBBOIT,
TOB ggEUMATBM. GOUT. BTKUKALGIA, LD
, SAGO.BTIFF NECK AND JOINTS. SPRAISIi
BEuISf-8, CUT 3 ANDWOOND3. PILSS, *
ggADACfIH. AND ALL RHBtTM ITlti
AND NKSVOrm DOOHDKBS.
Dt* Stephen Sweet, of Conaectlsica*
Ths gmt natural Boca Setter.
Sr* Stephen Sweet, ofConaoeliocS;
knows aU over the United State*.
Dr* Stephen Sweei. ofCoaueettntS}
toe author cf ” Dr, flucefs [niiUiSls Li&oaHt
Dr. SireePi InfWQiMe liin&MaH
Oats 1 W**wTwarlcw» jjjl COTW rkMa ■
Dr, Swret’i Inftdilble
la certain mn idj for Neural^lA
Dr* Sweei’e Infallible UahsenD
Cues Bars* and Bcalda Immediate^.
Dr* Sweet’s Infallible Llatatead •
li the beot known remoior tot Sprauis aod Browse.
Dr* Sweet’s InteHlble Llnlmepl
CUxes Headache Immediately acd wa>) never know*.
Df- Stoeathi anfSljlMa
ASords Inmcdints rauel lot FUea. ud seldom fit
to cure.
Dr. Sweeps infallible Llnfanwed
CoreoTooUiaclie in one mlouta.
H>F. gwtirffw InfalMbhi Mnamant
Cues Cute and Wound* Immediately, and leaves Bf
Dr. SirMt’alnfklllbb llnlaes
Is the bast remedy for Bores te its known world.
. Dr* Sweefe Infallible LlnlnseaS ;
Hu been used by more than a minion peopla, acdol
praLta 11. - .
Dr.Sweefa Infallible UnhaeßS
la truly » ~ friend la need.” and Avery teaUy skoaic
Uave It at Laud. - ,
Dr* Sweet 9* Infallible MnlaneeS
Price 23 coate,
fiICQABDSON A CU„
Sole Pro crletors. Norwich. Ot
Far sale by LORD a SMITH. General Weston
AzofiEs.* Luka street, CUcaeo, and by dealers ertrg
Urbare. muAa49aeow-lvw
&S2A.T Duootzztl
Applicable to the
ascfilArU.
A saw this*.
Its ojmblaattos.
ittasftcturm.
'■fewetan.
yam HIM.
a Liquid.
STRONG,
HEARTY,
- STOUT,
LIVELY,
FBOVTDENCE. B. L
Bold by LORD A SMITH. Wholesale Druggists, 23
Lake street. Chicago. HU General Western Agents, to
whom all orders may be addreased. elO-gtooywyaii
flosnmssim JEsrthoste.
QJBIFFIN BROS.,
COHJnSSIOS USER {Til ARTS)
No. 5 Pomercy’a Bulldtag.
znoas 7. oiims. axtottstob surma.
OLD
OR
YOUNG.
O. ALLOW AY & CO.—Packers.
Ul ProvlzlonDealen and General •
CO3E3OSSION HEBOHANTS,
Jffice 199 South Water street. Board of Trade Bulldlsi
Chicago.
We hate a largo Stock «i Smoked "Esina aad Shorn
lets, both sugar and plain curing, canvassed and sa
lanvaaed, which wa offer at low market rates. Or
len respectfully solicited from the city and country
We buy and sell for others every description of Pro
lace and Provisions. We pay the highest marks*
nrlce for Cracklings. GALLOWAY A 00.
qulf-kXS-Sm
A LBERT MORSE & CO.,
fijL tPRODUOB
COHHISBION BHHOHiN!E3)
»0. IS Couth Water street. (Aiken's BulMlcgJ
Cmcieo, iLLCRon,
SP'BctineiS confined strictly to
pSNISTON «& CO.,
fiOSJUSSIOS KSBQ3&N33,
LIVERPOOL.
Ujnnscii:—Messrs. Pago. RicbardtoaaCo.3oeto
Middleton A Co., New York.
Know A Burgess. do.
Johnston * Bayley, do.
Cash advances made on consignments ot ProvlAonf
Flour, ftm, to the shove house by
HENRY KTLWARD A 00.
deiayist- la Lasane street, Chicago.
- CO.,
OOIESISSICN aSERCBoNTS,
IBS South Water street. Liberal advances made e?
floor. Grain and Provisions. to be sold here or W
WM. A. BROWN * CO„ Sew York.
A. attw. j. n. gruLEOi
Bootn one Sijoea.
1863. FALL TRADE. 1863°
BAWSOJ SC BABTLETTi
Manufacturers and Wbolecale Dealenlß
BOOTS AND SHOES
30 Lake street, CMoago, DL
We are new offering to the trade one of the target
•Ed BEST SELECTED stocks ever brought to
market. ■
determined to make ourBDCtNBM Cfi3?
ORLY, wa will agrao to sell oar goods ,
As Low as can be Bought -
la this or any other market. Saatarnonisfreßly di
plicated. We make a SPECIALITY of SXTRA BIZSD
goods, a arge assortment cf which we now have of
hand.. ■ .
HAYFSON ic
sell m 616 8m • • •
UtmittHr. aw 9 g»il)snga>
T7IRST NATIONAL BANK
J? ■ or CHICAGO.
QQ LABALLE STREET.
CAPITAIa PAID IN $350,000.
E. B. BBAIBTBD. Cashier.
E. Airxir. President. noS-p^iy-ls
TOAfTK OF AMERICA.—PubIic
5j Hoticeu hereby KiTas. that tQ Bills orOrCßltf-
ItutFotnof the
“B&lpC OF
Aar&toford Incorporated and doing trcstoeai In the eR?
o* Chlcawf.nndex the general tanking laws of thcfltaa
of minnl* must bo presented tor payment to the Audi,
tor of Public Accounts ofeald Btate. at hla office, Is
tie city of Springfield. within three year* from the
iste hereof, or the fond* deposited tor the redozpttoi
of said note* will be given up to said task*
TV*rj>U thU With riay Of HIT. A. D. ISol. _
®. W. Wrrr>rn Cashier. *v*Us223tolal-SS
gPECIAIi NOTICE.
THE PBOPBISTOBS OP THE
GIRARD HOUSE,
Philadelphia,
Semectfolly csll »he attention of Business Men and
the travtlltg commailty. to tee superior eccommo
datlon andcom'ortofferef In tbtfr
Bt3o-n49>-Bnr-2tewls KANAQA. POWLB3 A CO.
A/fOHEY TO LOAN OH REAL
LtJL Estate to Chicago, or on Parma In IBtooU.
sr.thto ICO miles of Chicago. AppLonts or letterwill
mea*e rive the numbe-a of the lard and a toll de- ;
Kriotlcncf ibepronerty offered a- security. Apply
to GBO. W. NKWCOM3. office SO Dearborn it Boom
ro. 8. np-etalra. Chicago. XU- P. O. Box 2053.
ecU-olSl-lmls
TT'LOUR BARREL STAVES,
J} BEADING AND HOOP 3.
500*000 Stave* with Circled Hoftdlnff,
500.000 AsM Hoope, '
Now unloading and for sale to car lead lot* by
OcactßUW MAG ILL A LATHAM.
TUIW YORK SUGAR HOUSE
IGESCT.
Barer sold at Eeftoer’s prices. A lance.supply el
way* on hand. J. H. DUNHAM
0c23-oS3B-lmU • 31 and S3 Bonth Water street. ;
rOHK BORDEN,
U LAW OFFICE,
18 Cltfk street. Boom No.B Chicago, m,
butlnoM thoroaghly ecd promptly seeded
filtbtrinoL
IH|
fitmrot.
USEFUL and VAL UABI
DISCOVERY I
HILTON’S
INSOLUBLE CEMENT I
la or mote general : practical
utility thou any invention now
before the public. It bu beea
thoroughly tested during tbs last
two years by practical mao, sod
prooouacadby all to be
Superior to any
Adhere Preparation knows.
aillos’a InsoUlito Seneat
ti a now this?, and too ret alt of
years of study: its combination Is
on ScumTir.o Pscrozpuia. and
naderno clrcuautancesor chang* •
of temperature, -will it bocoms
corrupt or emit aay effective
smell.
BOOT & SHOE
Mauufsctmers, using Machines
wUI find lithe beet article knows
for Cementing the Channels, aa 11
worka without delay, la not alfeo
tod by any changs of temperature
Jhiw ELhiHS
Will And It snfflclently adhesive
tor their use. as has been pro red.
Itbespeclally alaptsd
to Leather,
And we claim as an especial
merit, that It sticks Patches and
Linings to Boots and Shoes suffl
deafly strong without
IT IS THE ONLY
LIQUID CEMMI
Extant, that Is a sure thing for
mending
CEOCKEItT,
TOTS,
BONE.
rVOBT,
And articles of Household use.
REMEMBER
Hilton’s Insoluble Cement
la In a liquid form and as easily
applied as pasta.
Hilton's Insoluble Cement
Is Insoluble in water or OIL
Hilton’s Insoluble Cement
Adheres cQy substance*.
Supplied in Family or Manu
facturers' Packages from 3 ounce*
to 100 pounds.
HILTON BROS. AGO,,
Stomach Vtttcrt.
J£OS TETTER. S'
oelebeated:
STOMACH
BITTERS.
PBOTSO7 fOUS HEALTH
WITH
HOSTETTER’S
- ' Stomach Bitters.
'Siren the Steaneb,
nvisorsto the nerves,
Eegulate the bowels, :
Regenerate tbe liver.
Improve the appetite, *
. Animate the spirits., ,
ttyiwHwn tho
Tonoltbe whole syrtoa,
AncLUios"prolong ffih.
WITH
,■ Hostettei’s Bitters.
’ Defy onwholesome air.
Quality lap are water,
G hard against damp.
Prevent malarious fever
Anticipate Indigestion,
Baffle fever and ague,
Brave aH climates.
Beernit exhausted nature,
Sustain body and mind.
Hostetler's Bitters
Enfeebled dyspeptics.
Toll wearied operatives.
Soldiers In' the hospital.
Pale, car* worn citizen*.
fcx ■
Settlers In new loads.
Traveler* and explorers.
Victims of sea sickness.
The aged and decrepit.
Should all be provided
Hostetler’s Bitters,
Harmless {«** Stimulant.
FowertuKasßt Tonic.
Quick aa a Corrective,
Safe as an Alterative.
Ulld os a Laxative,
Sore as a Restorative.
Good is aa Appei, er.
Pleasant as a Cordial—
lift ha* no safeguard
EQUAL TO
HOSTETTER'S BITTERS.
THE PERILS OF THE SEASON
HOW TO AVOID THEM.
It Is cf Infinite Importance to the public to know that
HOSTETTER'S
STOMACH BITTERS
Prevent, relieve and core the complaints most prorfr
lest in this climate dozing tbo
SPRING OP THE YEAR.
Their preventive operation Is simple. Acting direct
ly upon the stomach, and through the stomach upon,
the liver, the bowels, the circulation, and the nervosa
system, they Impart to the whole organization a degree
of vigor and elasticity which enables us to resist the
unhealthy atmospheric influences, by which so many
dletreatsg maladies are produced and prolonged. The.
great predisposing cause of sickness la Coavrmr.
Tioaaz. and Psyszoan Dubiutt. Disease; like a
coward, generally assails the fteble, and .toms aside
from the strong. And this la especially true of the
forms of disease which prevail at the breaking up of
Winter. The first warm daye of the Spring sun seem
to thaw ent from the frozen earth the elements of In
numerable ailments. The miasma which the frost
had hermetically sealed up. Is let loose in clouds of
vapor, and Fever and Ague, Bilious Remittent Fevers
lndlgesUon.Llver Complaint Dlptherla, Rheumatism,
BQ!ocs Colic, Asthma. Coughs. Colds, Physical and
Mental Depression, and alow and feeble condition ot
all the vital functions, are among the most common
consequence! of the great Spring thaw which fills the
sir with unwholesome damps. Foszzrrismrascß
against these prostrating and destructive agendee
Isos-piatx the system, as It were, by resorting to a
pure tonic and alterative, which win bring every organ
aad fibre of the frame Into tho best possible state for
resisting the flying 'arrows of disease, which the fogs
and winds of March, April and May hear upon their
mephitic wings. Remember that EOSTETTEITS
STOMACH BITTERS are likeastronggarr,3oa thrown
Into a loit before the approach of the enemy. Tun
youzasre ran czuhzl ow nva aaazwn tux attacks
or att. Mittartg that arise from sudden changes of
temperature. Impure air. privation, exposure. exces
slye labor, and malarious exhalation. Hence they are
invaluable in damp.
And no military hospital ought to be without a suffi
cient supply, both for preventive and remedial pur
poses. Happily the attention of the
MEDICAL STAFF OF THE ARMY
Has been directed to the subject, and the proprietors
of EosTznsß'B Brims congratulate.the troopsnow
in arms lor the Union on the probability that the
ASTTLTSSATZD COSTUACT STZ3CCUL3f7S a 8t present
used asmedlcfneeby the army Surgeons, will soon be
superceded by the purest and best Toole, Alterative
andlnvlgorant that has ever been presented to the
Faculty in this or any other country. Since the war
commenced considerable quantities of the preparation
bavebeeufozwardedfreattme to time to field and
UneoOceTß,botb In the Western and Eastern armlet
for their own personal use; and letters from some of
the most eminent military men In the service attest
the extraordinary virtues of the Bitters os a meana of
sustaining strength and promoting health in the midst
of hardship and exposure, and as a safe stimulant
for tho wounded.' As private citizens,' many of the
officers of volunteers had proved tho hygelan proper
ties of the article, and. therefore, wisely resorted to it
as a protective and a remedy, where their health is
necessarily In greater peril than It would be la civil
lift.'
Dyspepsia Is never so general or so distressing as at
this season. The appetite Is keener, and is Indulged
to a greater extent In the "Winter than at any other
time of the year, and the consequence is that the tone
tlons of the stomach, bowels and liver are over taxed
dnrlsg the cold weather, and are often la a relaxed
and partially torpid condition when Spring arrives.
KOW. therefore, this is a time to brace tip the diges
tive and secretive organs tor the Summer campaign
with Eostetixx’b Cnrnns. To neglect this precan
tlon under such circumstances. Is to Invite Chbohzo
Iwdiozstios. the most melancholy snd disheartening
of all complaints.
Asa Bzksdt. as wen as a Preventive, this celebrat
ed medicinal cordial ranks among the most potent
preparations of the sge. Zt breaks np intermittent and
remittent fevers promptly and without debllltatlngtba
patient, and is equally efficacious la disorders of the
■liver and the bowels. For all complaints of the atom
nch It Is as nearly Infallible as anything of human ori
gin can be expected to be; and in cues of general
weakness it is literally a Vrrsnizrao Et.tttb. con
valescents win find It the safest and best lavlgorant
and Restorative aver administered to exhaustive hu
manity. It Is guaranteed to be absolnteiy free from
all the corrosive elements w'nleh enter into tbacompo*
tion of ordinary dlffoFlva. ptnnulants. and la effect
upon the nervous system is wondurfhLy soothing and
quieting.
Xet those who wish to Insure their health for th
Summer use Flosrrsm*s Btokach Birinas as a
Spring medicine.
y*n*llg> ST
HOSTETTER & SMITH,
miSBUHSH, PENI^
. And sold by all Druggists and Family Qrocq
pT New York Office.<23Broadway.
H-gSTS-6m-ItCW WXI»
f<iaiwU k a:«zti(t Jhuuu
fr " "i
Ai&prtr cxTOeErraarar;
• HIGHLY COKC3-.TKAT3Ly
§SHX,Y COrrCRSTRA'nP
oclt coirrrasTßA'xHD
HIGHLY GOHCSEiT&4nee
FLUID' EXTRACT BUSB.L’,
FLUID EXTRACT EUOHU
FLUID EXTRACT BUOHU
FLUID EXTRACT BUGEb,
FLUID EXTRACT IUOM
.Hoft*S«idsU&s. Cf of Urins,
britotton, Isflamcutioa or Ulceration of
tha Bladder and Sidneys, Dl&eaaes of
the Ftoetrate Gland, Stone in the
Bladder, Calculous Gravel or
Brick Dost Dapoalft.
All UlMaESfi or Affections o the Bladder and
Kidneys end Dropalcal Swcilmge exlatlng
in lbs, ‘Women or Children.^
SEUSSOiLB-’t! EXTRACT 3SCSSJ,
QELKBOLD’B EXTRACT BBCHD,
RELHBOLD’B EXTRACT BCCBD,
HELM BOLD’S EXTRACT SllCUf,
BBLBBOLD’3 EXTRACT 3CCHB
ytr nan uutsg cua aoia cl Dha
patlon. astamded with the loilowtof symptoms:
Indlspoktlon to Exertion, Lee* it Memory.
Dlflcnlty of Breathing, Weak Warrec,
Trembling, Horror oll)Ue&*A. TKmnoa
Of Vision JVaketotoem. **ll3 In the
Back, IJnlve*» : Lassitude of
theMusculo* tTvtem, Hot
Hand* "Hushing of
the Bod*. Dry
ftfltaofKklß.
ERUPTIONS ON THE FAGS,
VAIUB COXHfXEHANtfB.
These tymptosa. It snowed lo co os. which ccs
Medicine Invariably soon follows Fa>
tally. Epileptic Fite, in one of which the
patient may expire. Who can uy that
they ere no: froquectly followed by
those "direful diseases." • IK.
RANITT and CONSUME
HOF," Many are aware
Of she caoee of ttfir
infferins.
|WITH
tua
records
01 the la*
cans Asylums,
• and the Melan
choly Deatha by CoJ
rnmpcon, bear asinh* .
Witness to Qe truthoftM
hManton. The eoaatltation once -
BSeeted with Organic Weakness, te- ...
dalrea the aldof Medicine to Strengthen
and Invigorate the Byvterp, which fljtue. -.
sold? ESa&ci fltiLi&D nrvAaiA2iT ccas
Helmbold'a Extract Buchu '
Is sate, pleasant in Its taste and odor, and more
Strengthening uian any of the preparations ol
IRON OR BAS]EC.
For those snffhrlßf
Trout Brogan Down and Delicate Constitutions
From whatever cause, either Is
MALIC OR FKMAI
WILL OPTS TOD
A GOOD APPETITE.
STRONG, HEALTHY NBRVES
Brisk and Energetic Feelings,
ASD WILL ENABLE YOU TO
SLEEP WELLc
A XBIAL WILL COHTINCB -TH3 MO3T
SKEPTICAL.
Highly Concentrated
Compound Fluid Extract Sarsaparilla
/o:
?tirifyln*
ths biood, ra
ftering all chro
nic constitutional dls
essea arising from an Impara
Slate of the blood, a»d ociv rail- /
sble and effectual known remedy for tho eaxe
Of Scrofula, Scald Head, Salt Palna and
Swellings of the Sonet, Ulceration* of
tta threat and. Leg*, Blotches.
Kmplea on the Jane. Tetter,
Sryiipebf.ind an scaly
epnpticnaaflta
skin.
And Beautifying the Complexion.
WOT A FEW
jk tie wcsajeerdertoat afflict seamd ssksstm
tel eccroTura mat accnmnlatee la tie meed. Ul *U
taectieeoyeriutbat bare been mads to passu » out.
tone can ecatl ta dect HSLUBOLS'S CUItPOUSI?
3XTBACT OF gLVSTiAPAKIIJJL It eleaivea and
rtmo-ratae the blocd, inatua tie riser o: into ito
■yateaa, aad pvra oat tba barrora wlJcb make dlt
cue. It itncolite tee beaitby fancUo?* of toe body,
tadexpels tbe dlaorden tbas grow ui raekle In toe
elood. Boca a remedy, m&t could So rated on. im
Mag been »oa*Mlttr.and acw. tss Km am Oam. tie
poblicliaTeoneoiivbJtittiieycaadepeßd. Oar trace
nere dceanot artnlt cfTt!2e».tc3 to b&cv enact*. bat
use trial of a ilnale bottle willtbowto toe sick mats
baa they hare erer
Two table epoonefu or tee ■street of sareaaarffci
added to a ptat of water. I* equal to tsa upton met
Brisk, and oee bottle la fatty eetal to a nUos ai
ot latmparilia. oriM Becocttisc, aa uaai •
sxtkactb haw im uncos
fEx)TOC6BZS THBUVITSD STATSB ARMY. aad
are aleo In very geceral qm la all the STATE aoe.
JTTAL* and rtrSLIC BANITAKT INSTITUTIOBa
fbroajbout lbs land, U-waQu la prtoto rcceSCC3,
aadtreocaSdcrodaetasaiaabie rseediea.
Cm Unseat Propertia tf B'Jtthn.
FROM DISPENSATORY OF THE
UNITED STATES.
see RW» DAWKS’ Ttioette works os tss
fraetlce of Fbytia.
»ea,rewuwtt made sy tea late eaietoated Dr.
FHTUC. PhUadelphla, . *
see remark! made by Dr. srHBAQB MdDOWBLL.
a celebrated Pbynciia,' aad Member of tke BoS
College of Bunceons. Ireland, and pcbllabed t> the
trnsßtlmiofWsbtgaaAQeeei^Joamai,
iee sisrlew. publiahedbyßiOb
JAMIS TBAYXBS, TeOew of Boyil OOOege eft*?
se<teA
Seemoetof tae late Stadard Wans cf Medicm,
PRICES;
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“Smijuffl*! tl.Mputattto, uStzArtl.W
Stltrcradtonv addrev. aßaxair Mefed
Aainm Ison tat laxonuaoa to
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164 SOUTH TENTH
104 SOUTH TENTH SXaKET*
104 SOUTH TENTH STRESTI
194 SOUTH TENTH RBOai^
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BSiKBOIS’I
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untDICAL DEPOT.
HEDIGAL DEPOT,
medical DEPOT.
MEDICAL DEPOT
(bslot* ossenrer.)
(MLOW Oa**liTTt.)
PHILADELPHIA.
PUILA-DKLPHIA.
PHILADELPHIA.
PHILADELPHIA.
PHILADELPHIA,
wso *JO>»atO» so
int tf|t 3rmg.
RECRUITS FOR
OLD REGIMENTS.
Veteran Volunteers, $402 Bouatj
: and Premium.
AIL other Eecnrits,, $302 Bounty
and Premium.
All tb'r-bo-iiad s*ec. between tee ira sc toghMß
ua For’y-ftTS Ven-t wao hero heretofore
u*Ltd K!d have eer-ed for aot iau Uua ate* mew>to
«>o ihaLl;»r Krzlrreira la tto field. afl
N‘<*w?rrrd VRTKRAK TorTnHnrar.* m Mb
will t» entitled v* rec*tro ov m*w th’epey t * *«»%eo«.
■p.‘ »boai.lT *na premia* « f fifiJ
rßß«.o*9»ortb‘«p«vta tercet e*d a,bounty Ml
’fflfflhimdii 3SLBCT rax asm-
K2BT-which be prt>rßtt> Join. a.d ttX ba
ter»d!i*tolbeßeiaTeßtof h>* ebolre • • • . •
Allwhowirh to Jrla day© f ten *al!ee; B*«la«dfc
rewtu th* fl«ld. ! a9d tOf«e*dvutfce QlnHo*nl MW»
baaoffered :-y thaOowanwoS. can bar* lha petit*
Iff* bjentiipe&tthaH'n'f'i’idrti-csofi.
Cape. WILLIAM ja»»ss. Proya* Uinhil Of CM
I*t i>UU Un, ki bIUaQO.
rnpt AHCSn.cotuS. proywt UsncjX *.t the lad
Dutrva. *t m £K?iiar>
Cant jOUN V- KUeTACa, ProTOSt Marshal Of UW
3rd District. at r IX DM
oat JiUEi w:>uDKUy/, promt idarahal of to«
tt> nst.ict *tqn-<r.T
C«PI JAM-a> M ALLAJf. Promt Mtmil 0 1 tM
SthLlattlct atPtu<M»
J 9** I/WU J.k ... * k .
c*t* Pro7©rtiiK*kuac«b«
6tt> District- at TOLiST.
Capt, W. MTHI aB. FTOTCtI MantAl Of thfiTth Dto
tic.; ■*. DAHVIU,*. • . . •
Opt ISA *<T R PTB P"OTCSt Nvahal of ua 9Ck
District dtaPRTNOriKLD.
r»ot. B P. WbS LaKJC PfOTOet UafUAi Of tod
&th DutHet at air. ST»iiLn*n. •
rtat w»LUf,ac V rtr provost Hsnhal of thg
10U Dt»trl«.at JACJL9‘I!I7ILLIL
Ctßt.MOßtlhlKH<« CXAH.PraToet Uaishsl oftto
U’hLtitilct *ULSKT «
(i*-, OhOBGR AhSOTT. PnTOrt Marshal e{ l*e
13t* District,*l ALT”*? w»d
. c*«*. Isaac 5. gffimra. Promt
tho 12th District. At OSXSOt
MBS' OF ILLINOIS I
Tea ere asati mtsceed to rally aro«nd Of
deip'Ola lui. Toar fcludoaf
paukticta Ua LUsesto.. ?<>.« th«a piianUad
eyrrycedl of«9or coarrtiy. Tmovl«bnl>lPls«u« hM|
crowned a« aroaot tfta iiitncibui
bretbiea nl ejaj la us fled, noo.uerState uaer
proud a treord. The Rhe loc le ire Inca detaocer
lEgbeieeth the *»#aeudoa*Moweotthe
stslvart sou of the BepubUc. Al«vb.o«esianes£
TieKOßdlae fheeaaiaaetf. Tootorontry eceto
cilU, cas tnksycuto cicia aptne tSu«*m«d rac*»ef
the battle scarred berrsa. who. oa a anadfea gotlchs
fledsbaro made toe n*ae of*’ riloou**" • terror to
tbefOA.aad tbe wateavord ol r ct.ry. She fleeter
j.tavtihiUbera’tty wo;uyaliheolb rgnctcaietcc
year peat.’CDl«»emmta and her fh’ h layoa. tWhF
xowlajet moreKdojtiicrencwa lUlaotceeii-Mtoa
BelAayala! ay bar<trcd»ac! tuoaeaa n e.e>d aa4Mhr
thcfloajfffrrt that ihall brtot {he lafamal Dana oa
Beotwoa to feraew So, UTtae or Ijtsw,
Blatl'his CoadcoQ»aVUi and BanabUo bio« jn,
aad year haacts and meniorifts belaunoftal.
JAUUS OAKBB. '
Ueat. Colonel iu U. 9.CeT4qv.
ceiso2o9S3s a. A Pro. War. Oca HI.
Proposals.
PROPOSALS FOR OATS
X O»rto* Jssisrurr Qita»t*iuiast¥»,l
Fo»*as Dhp*rtm*.m. ÜB, A. V
Sr. Lout t, Ho, aorenber 7la. 1383 »
BKALTO PBOPOfIALS will be received at this otlloo
null 13 M Friday, November nth, XS*3, (or
300.000 Bnabel* of Oats, ’
To be dellvoed la St L'n.'s, Vo. at the var’ows
BU am boat Lanolrgs. BaUrosd Depot* and (tawra
xoent Warehouses, tree ot draysgs, at the rats of lUW9
per flay. P
Deilvei!* i to comeesce T orember Uth,
7ha cats Don be Dr.-t quail’* la r<jo. . we'l Mweft
sacks. & oonnea touebostul. tuouet to inspection
and weight at tbe place ol drhysry
jtioswiLaotbarecslvfd (or Ic» ‘.haa 30.PC0 buihris.
CastdepeaUsmute be msawwtth each pranosal. at
the rate ol five tend ed dollars for each So COO Pamela
to be forfei*va to the Oi»emn.3ar, incite the party
tall*to boto If toacou»r<»sl i« awarded hi*.
('becks will rot be recclvui as deposit*
A bora to ihv amount of twenty o«r cent. of the
rained tie cottrac: awd-v*. tlgnwi bytwo*espoa
iiclaiuretKa coDdM-nedf-jr toe ratthml falrilixevt
ri tic contract will cereqsired. esaJgl'Lmaljeoarw
ry, ten pee cei t. of tte **! a« o(*h« quantity a vardef*
will be wlthhed from flra» deliveries-
Bidders Quit give satisfactory erldeace of their
loyalty.
xiepoelUtttut be In cepurata package*. acd fully «•
doreeo.
Bltfmnustbesudotsed "Propoia’afbrOats”
Bidders p-cs - - ba tre-ent vr.cn tie bits aca opened.
The rlgatl* rtitrved to any or all bid*.
Sealed Proposals will be received, aa above men
tioned.tor
Biuheli of Oau,
To be delivered as Cairo. XUlncU. at the rateot 20 OU
bnahela per day.
DAlr»ilre to comrade* Fovcnber 2Cth. ’ 1
Blda will notbezecutvad for lea* than 100 DM baskets
'. Cion depcsits x a«t De majo with eucn proposal, as
the rate et «wc tbooaand dollars for eaea 100009
base els. to beforfeiud to tne dovarnme-c in case ike
party mils to bond If toe contract 1» awarded aim. ;
• Bide most be made en.l elysepaiata from other pro
sals, tnieparate atve ooea azmandoned' ProDaaeZs
loroaf»ac*;alm, ibnot*” • "
With these except leas, the earns conditions apply to
these-proposals as to those meet tnedin the distpart
of Uisadvertisement. B. D. CHAPMaHT
noiOpfStit Cast. *A.Q.UL!
Proposals for army
TRAHSPoRTATIOIT.
Omca or nr* Dxpot QuAxmoiAßmi} .
Foxt LxaTSTwoam. Kansas, Octobor 33, iso. s■-
SEALED P3OPC3AL6 wiU be received at thto
office until 12 o'clockM. on*he Khhda* ot December.
1363 for the transportation ofmlU.ary annpilea dortzur
Ue years is&i and 18(5. on the following rontea: ,
KotrmNo.L— From Forts Leavenworth, LaratnlflL
and LUey. and ether that may be wtrahlTahM
dujlrgtne above years, on tqowcs; pack of tne sds
soorl riverjtorth ofFoct Leavenworth and eooti of
node Uoetc co<?X toanv posuorsutionathatareor
znayreeaiuhLanedlntheTeriltorlee of Kebnuka. Oft*
kciab. Idaho, and ut*h.sonthon»tttade44 der. nortt.
acd east cf lonjllada ill dev. west, and la toe Terri
tory of Colorado,aorth o'AO deg. north. Bidder* Ca
state too rate par poasda for 100 miles, at whloft
they will tranjport and :ator«s in each ot toe montn*.
Bom April to kept ember. In cl naive of the years 13*4'
and 1565.
Root* No. 2 From Forts Leavenworth and B2ew_
la toe BUte cf Ranoa\ nnd too town ot Kanaaa. m toa
Plate o! Missoni), to any posts or station*
ttst are or may be established In the Btat«
of Kansas, or in the Territory ot Colorado,
sooth rf latitude 13 der. north, drawing snp
spnes from Fen Leavenworth, acd to Fort Unlai.
N. M..or other depot that may be da>Unated In thab
Tenltoiy to Fort Qorlind. and to any o .her point or
points on tbe route. Bldcentostatethe rale perl®
potmostor KO eillea, atwnlch they wlUcransponsaM
stores In each of the months, from April to S cptember.
lnclu»i7B.o£thvy»anl3WandlßO. * .
itcurn No. 3.— Fr-m sort Union, or such other
depetasmay ceestaubthed In \h« Territory of Hew
Mexico, to afcy posts orßtauona ttut are or may b«
estaoUated in that Territory, atd to i nen posts or sta
tlODs aa may he oeaigiaced in the Territory ot Arizona,
and State cfTei ea west ol loasitude 105 deg. wsit.
Blcoarsto state the rate per 100 pounds tor 100 mllec
at which thay will transport sildatonsiaaachof tbw
months, from June U> November, Indoslve. of tftw
jeaisl3tl axdlifis.
Theweiant to be transported each year will net ex
ceed loioo.tco pounds or. Boutf Fo. 1. 15.030.009
pounds on Bottle So. 2, acd 6 cco.coo pounds oa iionta
wo.y.
No addition* 1 per centago win be pild for lie traa*
portaUoa cfbscor.basd bread, pine iutuber. shingle*
or any ether stores.
Bidden most tiro their names in fall, u wela*
tfceir piece or residence; ml each proposal mast b«
accompanies by a bend la tbe ram or ten thousand
dollar a, flfiaed at two or
roans toeing tbatincafcacoauactiaawarded lor tbs
rente nuntlondlatbecroposs. to the parties prepay
irg. the contract will be accepted and entered Into,
and good and raffleieot security fnrnlmed by nld par
ties, La accordance wltn the terms of tola advert!**
sent.
rbe amount of bonds required will be aslbOowa;
Onßooiefio i uoomo
- 2 3CO,W»
*• 3...., 6o|ooO
Satir'actory evidence of tbe loya'.ty and solvency or
e*ca oldder and pencil offered aa security, will be
quire A. -
Propcsala amt be endorsed •• Proposals for Army
Traraportsttca on Kmtes Noa 1,3 cr aa tbe cure
may be. and none w.lbe entertalcednalas they lolhr
cunplywlth ail the rtqmrementa of ton advertie*
mens.
Parl£» to Thom awards are mat*a most be prepared
to execute contracts at once, and to give tno required
bonds for the faithful performance of the fame.
ConmciftvQl oe msdo subject to tba approval of
tbeQuartouaasterGeteral.Duttii'i rUht is reserve*
to reject ur or oil Wds that may be offered
Contractors cost be la readiness for service by tbs
first day ot April. 1964. and taey will be required ta
bare a place of buaineaa cr as qdcUs at or la taa rlcJa
icy of Forts Leavenworth and Un.on, and other d»
poUtbatmaybe e«t*b'lshed at which they may-bw
ccnmurlcavedwlib readily and pranp^^^
Major and" Quartermaster.
nol-p2G3-SB’-M
aaittsist. as© &tisx,iSAi 6;©-
IS6S. THE ISO®.
■pSirSSTLVAKIA CEtKEAia. &>
lUauiaßmlkliMK,
-- u carlo iacc yaco wttn tt 9 demands oi site wro*
SC public, too manager* «f tfcla popalaz route mRi
dedaaay tmppoTa*eotadartas t£* year 18ML cot
'vttb its connector*. rt wffi bo fbacd in all
?K« 'TLABC BOUTS to aa tbe Kutera
":~izr i 3 stone beamed, sad entirely Css tarn wtls.
THKEEDAXLY TBAISBFSOJi
VmSBTOGE TO
cwnncioeoeonectionittOßi w«tte*cateA> • -f
All commoting direct to Sew Tors. XHBOUfiH jrSQfe.
ATiyr.pHTA,»adclose connection* at HarrSbcrdS
BALTOfOn ASI> WASmSQTOV. > *
from Pttteborgb to Sew York. QM tctteruaadKfn
isomSee.! Yta illon town, wtti<aat ebaase laSrsTcr
rtrta* tsadmoe of aUnttar routes
asvn DAILY TBAIKB fBOIt ■ :
PEILAjBBIPHXA TO HEW XOM3t
Ttcieta for me to Boston by boat cr no. • Soet
ketasoodonaay eftbetoandUßoa. Fare to all
ta low a any route:
Biuptnktimra on alias Mae to HintrieipMa, ks
York eadßaltisMT*.
Secnre tweeted tbrotgs ttttrtnrferred&et. *■
. . .
Ei Borua JTKJfau of all deacnptlosa earn M *oa
wardedcoasd fronrmiadeiyas,sew Tor*.B«M&
Cr4alQsiOT«.tO aad frOJUST point nn thrt BaOrCUit
of OMo. Kencaeky/lAdfiaa.
or Miwan zz B*neo»n mMoy.
Tbe reons7iTiaisc«axr»r ttAiiread also wapaot tc
rttuborxb with staaser*. tij wtuck aoodaou enjt
warded » aaypojtoajie Ota* UntiouMjCK
McJnr. TesaoiM, Ounbcrlaud, xHlro!*. Wmmtjg.
WiKoo«B.Xuaonn.Kao«a < ArbuuaoMdßedßnS&
and at Cierelaad. flaadcakr aod- Chicago vita |Mb»
era to an Forts os uib Bcra-Weawra Lakes.
Merchants aad Uhlppera entreating no czd&MRSW
ttoa of their 8 relght to t&s Company, cam raty yf&
confidence on Its apeedytracatt.
THB BATJCS O# yBBUST tO aalflwa tB9bC9
:athe Weal hy Urn FetmeylTarla Centra! EaliroacA2i,
at alltdixb aaraTomaazji u&xx qauMßirca*
*b bajukuld coxpaanaL
■ST* Be pactum package* “TurnPCi
fTITILtT.R R-~
?or freight contracts orCitpptae Directloc*. «r&
•-o or kddre» eiUisr of tio fouovu* Affeata sJsr^
t ' OI I^. y iTXWAax i /TB!rtt A£tf»t.’?itaimr»x ;
rr.tßga * CO„ Tiv-iter Axoota. PittsZmock
il. W. BROWN i CO. CndDr*O.Ot». -»
3.C.VSLDRUK* CO^Uadiwn.in'lUV*..
K. UOOK3L LcaJjnlle Ky.^
. 17, aikkas « co..B»»c*Taia,
W Hi/ * LAN«L2T. GtUlpoa. 01HO.'
s*h HOMOfc Kiplry.Ofclo. .
■> eewaiiwwua* imueMß
lid SSttSK.
•JTH Hiul this 5M IffC
aicoaarotue fci Uve acock. Caaecttm* tVOU/.
V-dered *ad nippiled with etcr» Mffj
r*.zu. O'. uIU Ub a inti lt» coaaectlOM «ad Me/
attanUoa U paid to thsir waata. Prom Hu£jmil
«rteie-«m be ertxr coaveaMßce tor fedtagfEy
Alto be fortnd the ifcorteet. goJcheet mad BMtOW
raatefot StocS to Sew YOrk-Crta ifitoit’ my
nib tower change thitanj other.
*22TOCH LHWTII, Gea'l SspX AltOOSAft. • • •
I*. L.BOUTT.e'm'l r.ekef AgeaL PUladalltok.
H. H. HOUfWf. .nnsbt AI«SL PWIS»S»A
■ • '
Jail auli iD'mtrr Slaving.
gCOTT, KEEN & CO,
Wholesale ui Retail Smlu a i»
FINE CLOTHING,
Officer’s Uniforms,
CLOTHS, CAWI3KBKB, VKSllEfifl,
FURNISHING QOOD3, *
Tnmk»j Traveling Bags and Valise*.
136 LAKE STREET.
OC3 &3W JSt

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