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CkntrBfnr ibe Drafts
' .Prov,JUsf . Office, Cth Dist. Ill, 1 .. ,
" Joliel, D 7ib 1894. - J -
Kj.Sipcucit 2ar iSirV ' Doing in
lbs daily receipt oroomtnaoioationa mak
tog endoiriee ooeerning tbe probsiblitiss
of soother draft.and tbe mode pf towns aod
sub-district preparing for it. I give 700
general enaweiv -you to ay, it joa
tbiok proper, g9, it publicitj through
1 be D9 ofljoial knowledge tbat ft fu
ture draft will be ordered, therefore my
opinion Koold be of 0.0 more ; value than ,
any etber nan's at to wbetber there will
or will no be one. Though I am -ordered
by tbe Department to have toy enrollment
list tborcoghly corrected, that io eaee of
Dsososity 1 ay be .'prepared 'to exeoate
any ordei promptly .' and without deiey
Tbie yon can eoostroa, per b ape, to rasao
tbsttbe intentions of the Departmeoi. are
to otder another draft, yet I incline to tbe
cpinlbo, that it simply uieane tbat io view
of the immense amount of labor necessity
to get ready for a draft, tbat tbe list should
Ijept'in a condition to meet each , do
rnaod io ose ft iborongh trial rhouM
convinc the government that more men
are needed to pat the finishing stroke to.
tbe rebellion. ...,.....,..,
Ik view, however, of tbe fact that tbe
rebellion, still exist, and tbat it may nec
esticaa a call for more men to aooomplisb
Its overthrow, 1 would advise esoh town,
either by a committee or otherwise, to we
tbat their list i purged of ell names that
are not liable to military doty, aod that
all tbose are fj.iesd opon it who by remov-
m ot becoming of: age, brooms .liable to
. draft therein. The board of enrollment
re now prepared to attend to said oorreo
lion, and by town or sub district attend
ingto the matter ioimcdi.itlv, it will de
crease tneir quotas unoer luiors calls, in
acoordanea with tbe number aotually cspa-
Cited to do duty, and save tbe trouble and
eonfoeioa lately experitneed under a aimi
lar call.1 , . !
Tbe eansea of exemption are lit, alien
ate ;2d, non-reiideoce ; 3d, cnsuitablenese
of age ; 4ib, permaoeot disability.
The ease in wbiob they are to be add
ed are 1st, by becoming of suitable age ;
21, by removal from other districts to tbeir
present plaea-of reaideoce ; 3d, omissioas
in previous eoi oilmen!.
It will be seen that a very little trouble
and expense by esoh town, will place thru
opon a comet footing in Regard to a fu
ture dralt, wbetber there should be one or
It, "regard to consolidation of sub district,
it ia ntterly naelen for tbe inhabitants of a
sub-diitriot to attempt ite consolidation
with another, as the policy of the Depart
meat will hereafter be, io oe any changes
are made, to sob divide, instead of consol
idate. Tons I give you briefly my opinion and
aoggestiooa concerning tbe probabilities of
future draft, aod trust that 1 have not
trespassed too mooli on either your time
or patieeoe, and hope some of your readers
may profit by tbe suggestions offered.
A. LONG WORTH, .
Pro. Alar. ;
.. . Order by Gen. Dlx.
Headquarters New York City, Deo. 14. :
General Order No. 97.
Information having been reoeivtd at
tbees headquarters tbat tbe rebel maraud
ers who were guilty of murder and rob
bery at St. Albans have been discharged
from arrest, and tbat other enterprises are
actually io preparation io Canada, tbe
commanding general deems it due to tbe
people of tbe frontier towns to adopt tbe
most prompt and efficient measures for tbe
eeeority of tbeir lives and propertj. All
military commanders on the frontiers are
therefore instrnoted, in case further acts of
depredation and mnrder are attempted,
whether by marauders er persons aoting
under commissions frcm tbe rebel authori
ties at Richmond, to shoot down the dep
redator, if possible, while in tbe commis
sion of tbeir orimec, or if it is necessary
with a view of tbeir capture, to croea tbe
boundary between tbe Ucited States and
Canada, Said commanders are hereby
dirsoted to pursue them wbi tber they may
take refuge ; and, if captured, they are,
under no circumstance, to be surrendered,
bat are to be sent to these headquarter!
for trial and punishment by martial law.
Tbe major general commanding lbs dep
artment will not hesitate to exeroise to the
fullest extent the authority ha pns.iejeea
under tht roles of law, rjcognirsd by all
jiviliied hostile expeditions within neutral
territory, and fleeing to it for an aeylum
after eommiting sots of depredation within
oar own, each an exercise of authority
having become indispensable to tbe pro
tection of our cities and towns from incens
diarism and our peojlc from robbery aod
It is earnestly hoped that the inhabitants
of oar frontier districts will abstain from
all aots of retaliation on account of tbe
outrages committed by rebel marauders,
end tbat tbe proper measure of redress
will be left to the action of the public auth
orities. By command of Maj. Gen. Dix.
(Signed) .J). J. TiBf Brass,
Col. and Asst. Adjt. Geo.
From Kew Orleans.
: " New York, Deo. 18.
The steamer Morning Star, from New
Orleans tbe lOcb, has arrived. Sbo saw
off Hatteras, on Thursday, a fleet of steam
er steering southwest.
Cotton quoted at $120 for middling.
Gen. Davidson's grsat raid from Baton
Rouge bad been beard Irom. lis reached
Taogepako on the 30:h ult., burned the
oodeoript camp, destroyed all tbe stores
and dwellings, captured ft large number .
01 norsaa, ana carried away an immense
number of negroes. Mobile papers of tbe
4tb aay that be was marchio; on that oily,
lie has a force of 5,000 oavalry.
Price claims to have accomplished all ho
intended io Missouri, aod captured . im
A large meeting was held in New Or
lean tu make arrangements for ths recep
tion of Geo. Banks.
The eleotoral college of Louisiana met
on the 7lb, oast ttiir votes for Lioooln and
Johnson, aod appointed ft messenger to
eonvey their vote te Washington.
The Frenoh corvette La Megefa had ar
rived from New York. -
Removal of tbe Stale Capital.
The ftewapeptra ro discussing the pro
priety ol removing tlio capital from Spring
field to some other point. Tbe dieoussion
thus far sterna to bare been confined to
tboee of them who favor tbe projeot. The
Peoria paper are decidedly in favor of re
moving the eapital to tbat place. The
Deoator papers want it there. The Jack
sonville papers think it should be removed
to tbe vioinity of the iosane hospital, while
tbe Jjlist papers oonttud tbat if tbe oapi
tal is removed it should by all means bo
taken to the neighborhood of the State
Veoiteotiar. Unless tbe friend of these
several points oan first agree among them
selves, they will not snowed in effeating
its removal. Still, the agitation of tbe
aubjeot baa Stirred up tbe denixens of
priogaeiJ somewhat. J. bey begin to
talk of building ft now hotel, aod some cf
them have actually suboribd . money for
that pur pone. . If the now Jaotel goes up
within a reasonable time, in talk about
removing tbe capital will most likely cease.
4iotol ftooommodationo at Springfield have
.always been indifferont in qual ty, extras
,agant in prise, and very olteo impossible
to get of any qaalitv or at any price. If
they will go ahead and build hotel that
-will b credit to the plate, and put a
t inaa in it tbat knows how to keep tavern,
we think wo shall be safe io giving occari
ty that the eapital will not bo taken from
them. If not, wo eball feel it oar duty to
v favor its removal to Joiiet or Jacksonville
. w iuon I care wbiob. Tbe Springfieldera
WU. please take notice Quincy Herald.
.SSrWolUreaaed men with small val'is
w are cbaelj watched in All the large cities
OFFIOIALPAPSK of thx cm .
Tuesday, December 20J864,
No Parts Nixt Wiik According to
the ueoal custom, no paper will be pub
lished .- fror tbis- office , aext week. A
'Merry Christmas" and "Hsppy New
Year" to all otr)patrotljind .friend,'
r. 1 ' -
is tb Democratic Party Dead f
. Tbie is ft qoestioa id which, tha interests
of ovory friend of free representative gov
ernment is involved.'1 In it is centered all
oar hopes for. ths futurs 'aad our secnrjty J
for tbe presoci,,.! -;;t-fc w..-it . .. 3
Wo are aware that there are ecSie weak-
minded peebne wbo-conUnd that '.heT)m-
ocratio party has, outgrown the necessity
for ita existeooetbat its mission has been
filled and there is no necessity for keeping
op iu organisation". .. V ' '
' Now we wich it distinctly understood
that we are not on the list of croakers who
believe there is nothing to be gained by
keeping tip . the prganiaatioo of tbe Demo
cratic party,' 'Tbe Demoerstio nartv is
founded on principles tbat cannot become
obsolete.- In this country it came into be'
ing on the first formation of parties under
our government... It has stood its ground
1 from that day to this, while its opponents
bare undergone numerous cbsnges of poli
cy and names. It bas outlived' the old
Federal .party, the. National Republican
party, tbo aoti-maionio party, and its
present opponent is trying to shuffle off
the cognomen of Black Republican yarty
aod appear in a new body as ths so-called
Union patty. Under all these various
ebanges of lbs opposition, the Demoerstio
party never . bad oceasion to change its
name or principles. Repeatedly bas tbe
Demacratio party been defeated in elec
tions, but each time it arose again with
renewed strength and vigor, and trampled
over all opposition. And so it will in the
At various periods in the history of ths
Demoerstio party, superficial thinkers have
eontended tbat there was no longer a ne
cessity for maintaining the organisation of
tha Democratic party. Thia was tbe case
especially when tbe alien and sedition
laws, tbe United States bank question, tbe
terriff question, the internal improvement
question, beoame obsolete.
Hero wo would remind oar readers tbat
all these questions, and others, that have
separated tbo Democratic party from its
opponents avtr sinoe tbe formation of the
government, have been but tbo tests npon
which tbe contests have been maintained
between popular rights ton the one side,
and thirst of power on the other.
Tbe one grand Issue tbat has always di
vided tbe two parties, is that of State
rights. Ever since the foundation of tbe
government tbe opposition party, nnder its
various names, bas aimed to eoncentrate in
its bands more power than tbe constitu
tion, with a literal and true constitution,
confers. And ' it bas been tbo mission of
tbe Demoerstio party to resist and cbsok
this tendency. Tbe alien and sedition law,
tbe national bank, a general system of in
ternal improvements, a high tariff, and
other questions of difference between tbe
parties, have been opposed by tbo Democ
racy on tbe ground tbat they tended to ac
cumulate and consolidate, power into the
bands of the federal government. And
thue this contest betvteen centralised pow
er on the one side and local popular liberty
on tbe other bas existed ever since the
adoption of our national constitution.
And now that tbe dominant party and
Adminivtration are laboring to completely
centralize power, and to take it from tbe
Stales and people, it bebocves Democrats
to stand firm by their principles. The
bold and startling assumption is made tbat
tbe States are nothing . and tbo General
Government everything, tbus virtually de
claring in favor of a centralised despotism.
Against this dangerous heresy the Demoo
racy must continue to present an unbroken
front. ' .
To suppose that the Democratic party
bas been used np in the late contest, be
tokens s shallow brain.- Indeed the late
canvass is moat encouraging evidence of
iU strength end vitality. It grsppled with
an administration wielding vast powers,
expending treasures uncounted, controlling
tho servioe of stipendiaries so innumerable
and against all odds fought its fight thro'
0 the end, and won a clear majority of tbo
people, excepting tboee only who have, as
office-holdere or depscdents, a direot pecu
niary interoet io tho continuance of power
where it is nor.
' The fact was never . more apparent than
it is at tbe present moment tbat tbe Demo
cratic party bas an existence. Though
the wave of usurped power and federal
abuse of constitutional guarantees have
swept over it. it will oome out of tbe storm
unecatbed. Burdensome taxation, suffering,
wretchedness ami woe will oome to the
dwellings of tbe oommon peaple. and they
will arise in tbeir might and shako off tbe
Blaok P.epublican leprosy . in duo time.
This is ascertain as tbat night follows day.
Mark what wa say.
f"A convention haa boon in session in
Philadelphia for several days, wbose objeot
is the incorporation into tbo Constitution
of .the United States of an amendment de-
clariDg; thietot le a Christian nation, and
rscognitation therein of tbo Savior. On
Thursday tbe Convention passed resolu
tions aeciarmg mat "a national recogni
tion of God. tbe Lord Jesus Christ, and tho
Hold Scriptures, is clearly a Scriptural
doty which it is national peril to disregard;
regretting tbat the Constitution is devoid
cf any distinctive Christian feature; aod
tbat the limes enoourag tbo attempt to
seoure saob amendment." If all mankind
would acknowledge the trutba of Christi
anity, it would be a blessed thing, indeed ;
but as tby do not, it would ue simply, an
infringement of the rights of eonsoienae,
snd of ths spirit of our institutions, to 00-
Ltabliab aoy religious doctrine as tbe nati
onal faith of tho country. But fanaticism
knows no law or sense and reada history
to very little .purpose.
. - rrr- -.1 ... !'
,0,-5?-lM- groat mUtake to tbiok that
the majority are always in tho right. They
were pot in the matter of the flood and
they've been wrong several timoo ainoo.
gSy-A lady who visited tbe "oontrabeud
camp" at Norfolk recently wa astonished
to find the names of overyjuoale baby in tho
camp to be uniformly "Abraham,"
Taxation In 1863.
""TtTsboold bo reeolleoted thaTths .willing
as well aa unwilling subjects? of Abraham,
will be called oknVxt year, tin eSiitioo to
theif State, oannty,city, sohol and jtber
local taxes, to'psyy. government tix on
the! real end personal property. Thio
g'jtertimenV Wko postponed until after
the Presidential election, in order that
Abraham, might bsve ft longer. ,leaao nfl
at n war a Xt war rVni at jar irvn is Aras iVaa I
wvfii A-ivw vtunaej viwvuvu a m vci iuq
people must prepare their Bbouliers for the
It tootimfttedibat tbo iroet-govom
ment tax7will.bo raised drinfthe present
session - ot Uongrese .to aiztv millions of
dollars.: .It; will be. divided among. the
State in proportion to the'y population as
shown by tbe censu of 1860. ,' v
. Ths. proportion to bet paid by Illinois of
this iix will be over three aod a half mil
lions of dollare ; and ' the haro of Will
ecuoty be a ittle less .' than ope hand
red thousand dollars. , : - :
The farmers who voted for Lincoln and
elected bimj will soon, have an opporton ty
of bandicg over. their accumulated green-,
backs to eoitaio- his profligate power.
Heretofore they have, io a uisasar, escap
ed their proportion 6f the cnerous and op-
preseive burden, but ibey will be neglected
no longer.. . Old Abe. bas . got tbeir votes
aod secured a lease of power for four years
longer, aid now tbey mast py their share
of tbo tax for Lincoln's stealing pflisiaU
and orsxy negro schemes. .
When tbe people of Will county oome to
pay one hundred thousand drllsrs addition
al tax, tbey will begin io realise .tbat we
have a Government. Bat tbey must re
member 1bat 'thia i bat tbe first install
ment. Those to oome after it will be
If ths war goes on, wbiob it must in
definitely if Lincoln's policy be continued
oar taxes will be doubled and tbribbled
aod tbeD enough money oarmot be rained
to save n from national batkruptey aod
Yet' Abraham Lincoln claims that onr
resources are inexhaustible. .-
fe, perhaps Abraham may be right,
but it will be bard for bim to make people
aeo it, when bis greenback bubble bursts.
Those who voted for Lincoln on aooouot of
tbe abundance of money and good prioea,
will soon see their error.
In tbo meantime, let tbo war go on and
conscription follow conscription till not a
single able bodied man of the proper age
is left at borne, lt'a all for tbe nigger and
JMojor General Horlbut, command
ing tho District of New Orleans, is entitled
to the credit of discovering t new field for
the exercise of military authority, no baa
issued an order to the effect tbat no pub
lisher or newtboy shall sell a paper for
mora than ten oents per copy in tbst city.
Tbo beavy hand of military power may
next be laid upon pop corn and peanut.
gtThe official vote of Kentucky is aseer
tained. Nine oounties, Breathitt, Cullo
wey, Floyd, Johnson, Letcher, Owen, Per
ry, Pike and Wolfa, failed to make re
turn. The voles of parts of eighteen
Kontocky regimente, and 101 oonntiee, foot
np on the leading electors : McClellati. 64,
301 ; Lincoln, 26.786, making tbe aggre
gate vote of tbe State 92,087, against
146.216 at tbe Presidential of I860, which
bows a loss of near sixty-foor per cent.
, The pupils of tbe Public Sabool, Eaet
Joliet, are. very anxious to cbtain a piano
or, if that is not possible, a meloaeon for
tbe. use of the. school.
To nbtsin fond for the purpose, they
propose to give a public exhibition at
Young's Hall, 00 Friday evening, Deo.
The exercises will consist of tableaux,
pantomimes, music, reading, reoitatione
and the comedy "School . for Scandal."
Tbe Joliet Cornet Band will bo in attend
Considerable expense bas been incurred
in obtaining and preparing costumes. It
is hoped tbat all, and especially tbose in
terested in our publio schools, will attend
aod give tbe pupil a rousing ''benefit."
Jackets 25 cents, for sale at Wboeler
& Lawrence'a store and at tbe door.
JadThe excavations . of Pompei have
just led to tbe discovery of a temple . of
Juno, on tbe Hags of which were soattered
about more than 200 skeletons of women
and children who during tbe eruption of
Yesuviue, hastened to tbo temple to im
plore tbe protection of the goddess.
t9A young girl from Illinois wsnt to
St. Louis ft few days ego and sold herself
for an army substitute. When taksn be
fore tbo examining eurgeon, ho ordered her
to strip, but this not exactly agrseing witb
her eence of pripriety, aha ran out of tbe
room and ooncluded to give up soldiering
until they would take her ' word for being
an able bodied man. ;,,
ItS At the late Presidential election in
one of tbo wards in Cincinnati ' one ballot
was found straight Republican ticket,
with " Godforyitt me for this sin ' written
on the back of it. There will be hundreds
of Republicans offering thia prayer eoon.
Tbe Cinoinnati Gazette (Rep.) says:
Through large port'nna of the oountry, es
pecially in Iba West, men voted for Mr.
Lincoln as tbey take calomel; it was bit
ter pill, but tbe political doctors thought
S9Mexioo is in a bad way nobody's
satisfied and nothing prosperous tte re
public was bid enough, but tho empire is
worae. - .. ..
At ths snnnal conclave of Joliet Com-
mandery, No. 4. Knighte Templar, held at
their aeylum on Wednesday evening, De
cember 7, 1864, the following offioer wore
elected for tbe ensuing Masonic year, vis :
' Em.1 Sir W. S. Brooks, Commander.
Sir C. A. Austin, Generalissimo.
, . Sir W. R Steele, Captain General.
, Sir W. W. Stovooe, Prelate.
Sir U. Uiginbotbam, Treasurer. . ' -.
Sir O. P. Phillips, Recorder. .
. Sir J. S. M. liar, Senior Warden.
. Sir U, C Knowlton, Junior Warden. -
Sir Elias Hyde, St. Bearer.
Sir S. D. Footo, Sw. Bearer.
8ir W. D. Fay, Wards,- ... -J I.
: Sir J. F. Dorr, Captain of tb Guard. '
Union Fxxs Co. No. 2. At an eleotion
of offioors, on tho evening of 5th ioet., the
members of Union Eogine Tire Co. elected
tbe following offioors, for the ensuing year :
. Foreman Joseph Brown.
1st Assistant Miobael Ulrica. '
2d .Assistant T Beateomullsr. A,
r Secretary A. Brooniog. . jt ,. '
' Treasurer Henry Young.,
Stewart John Limpert.
rmr' - iryrrTi
Cv1 Ized Warfare 1TTT&1864.
Tbo Quiecy Herald In an ablo-article
diw a cob tree t between tbo mode of eon
doeting vrai in revolutionary times and in
hooo-daysf Abolition rots. ,;
Ja reference to ths barning 'of bt hemes
and vast .destrnetioa 'of tho V propertyof
defenceless private eiens of toSon'thcy
our invading armiss, tbe Herald trotbfuv
remarks thatj is orely.notneeessarj o
-. u ... U J . t .
pursue any suco moae ot warfare to cco-
qrier tbo rebel: , It cannot be possible hat
in order te overpower and pat down' to
rebellion, it r necessary to destroy with
out disorimioatioa, tho property of all wk
live in the South. We eball never believe
that, in order to enable pur. armies to' col
iqaer. ie armies cf the. rebels, nd' mach
in triumph through, every :. part of tfeir
terri tory, it is first necessary to tarn Ibe
women. and ohil3red out 'of; their, hoaxes
and destroy theii little earthly poseeeiions,
including tbe provisions upon which khey
live from to day. I.
' This mode of destructive warfare s un
heard of ia'tbo oarly history of this eoun
try, or in the history of eivilised wsrfare
in any eonnrry. fff is true, webe ij-e.tbat
Something similar was attempted to be en
acted by the Britiah duriog our nvolutioo
ry war.'in 177, but it is equally roe that
it was denounced by tbe whple Vivilised
world, aod roost handsomely and efitnally
rebuked by tuo great patriot, starisman
and warrior Gecrge Washington:
Ga. Wilkinson, in bis history of h
, . -,r .. . . . .
rcToiuuun, 1 allowing oraer issa
by-Gec. Ilowe, the oommandor or the
"All salted meats and provisions which
sto not neooseery for tho subsistence of an
ordinary family, shall be considered ss a'
magatine of tbo enemy, and siesed for the
king, and gien to tbo troops aa a laving
for tbe publio. Io tbie no discrimination
can be made between tbe property of a
loyal subject with bie protection in ''his
pocket, and tbo contumacious rebel who
resist royal authority at ovory hazard."
Thia order of tbe British commander
was universally regarded throughout tho
oolonies, and mora especially by tbose who
fought or sympathised for tbe cause of
freedom and independence, as not only un
authorised by the rules of eivilised war
fare, bat as wretchedly inhuman aod sav
agely barbarous. -v
Io this great emergency, what was the
oonduot of Washington f Did ho retaliate ;
Did ho order his troops to visit similar
oppression upon those who sympathised or
acted or co-operated with the king Not
at all. He was a christian statesman and
warrior, and his conduot tbrougbout.the
perilous struggle cf the seven years wbiok
were devoted to achieving the independ
ence of these States, stands to this day un
impaaohsd and unimpeacbablo.
Tho asms historian gives n order issued
by Gen. Washington, dated
1 77, eoon after Gen. Howe's order waa
made publio, in which he said:
"Tbe General prohibits both tbe militia
and tbo continental troop, io tho most
positive terms, tbo infamous, practice of
plundering the inhabitants under tbe spe
cious pretext of tbeir being Tories Let
tbo persons of such as are known to be en
emies of tbeir country bo siesed and con
fined, and tbeir property disposed of as tbe
law of the State directs. It is our business
to give protection and support to tbe poor,
distressed inhabitants, not to multiply and
increase tbeir calamities. After the pub
lication of thia order, any offioer, either
mititia eruootinel found plundering tbo in
habitants under the pratenoo of tbeir beiog
tories, msy be expected to be punished in
tbe severest manner, and be obliged to ac
count for evorytbing so taken." .
It is not necessary to add anything by
way of comment upon these two orders.
They speak for themselves An enlighten
ed, christianised public judgment will
eaaily bo alio to decide which of thou, is
most in accordance with the rules of civ
Surely there is vast difference in our
mode of conduotiag war in 1777 and 1864
J New Cuthisg Stobs. S. C. Stearns
and H. F.Busb, in ths store formerly oc
cupied by Charles Clsmeat, one door east
of Casey's store, are opening s new stock
of ready-made clothing . abd gentleman's
famishing goods generally, which they
propose to sell ss low as can bo sold in
these times. '
Annual Ball. Columbia Hose compa
ny will gite their first, annus! ball, at
Young's Hall 00 tbe evening of tbe 27th
iost. Judging from tbo character of tbe
young gentlemen having the management
of tbe affair, we oan assure the poblib tbat
it will be one of tbo most plsssaot parties
of tho season. Tbe bast of tnusie ha been
engaged, and do pains will be spared to
render tbe occasion pTeancg to all' wbo
may attend. Ticket, f 1.00.
New Boot and Shox Store. M. Kraker
is just opening a new assortment of boots
and shoe in the store formerly occupied
by Mr. Kavaoagb and Mr. II ill as a
millinery establishment on Jefferson et.,
where bo itrepared to furnish customers
with anj thing in bis line on the most
moderate terms. Ue also manufactures to
order cn ebort notice.
F' otu the South. '
Washington, Det'.lft.' '
The Richmond Whig baa another article
in reforenoe to rebel incecdiariee in the
north. It profoeeea great pleasure in ob
serving tbat tbo Yaokeeo are abaut to
make tbeir country too hot to bold tbo
ocutbero refuges, wbo have oome hither te
get out of tbo roach of daoger, aod bopea
Gen. Dix, if b can't find law aevora onougb
to suit their oases, will make one.
Tho now rebel ounsoription bill waa re
ported in tbe Richmond bouso of repree
entativos on tbe 10;h iost. ,
v - Newborn, N. C, Deo. 13.
- .The expedition aent from Roanoks Is
land to Pitob landing, in Roanoke river, on
tbe 13tb, under command of Col. Clark,
mot witb a complete auocess, Nearly a
million of dollar worth. of rebel commis
sary stores waa destroyed, and 83 .bales of
ootton, witb mules and army wagons oap
tured. News from tbo union expedition moving
up the Roanoke river bas been received.
Tbo gunboat Otsego, when about James
town, ran into a torpedo, by which she
waa blown up and totally destroyed. Tbe
packet boat Bosely No. 5 : snot witb tbe
earns fats Tbo expedition proceeded on
;to its destination.
-; It ia reported this A. hi. that our force
have captured Kioeton, whore tbey base
truck tbe railroad and are still moving
into ths stats.
t5t-Tbe remain of Major Rodney S.
Bjwen arrived in Wilmington on Wednes
day evening last, aod tbo funeral ceremo
nies occurred of Friday, at 2 o'clock, P. M
Ths sermon was preached by Rev. C. U.
Gilbert, of Joliet, a.nd sketobaa of. the life
and character of the deoeaeod were road by
Rev. Mr. ' Ds'. Wolf Wilmington ndf
pendtnl, Hth usl.
Tie ens agemant btwen-Tbom.s and
IIod, in tho vicioity of ; Nashville, U was
rsrswed on Friday! and resulted in) as
oiler federal victory. Tbo rebele ' were
drved from tbe new position tbey had tak-
enop, ana ineir army tbruaen 10 tot two
pa-. Unofficial dispatches report I that
tn federals have already eeoured 5.000
n-isoners anacW pieoetrxr STtilerv. Tbo
a loss is about 3,000 These figares, wo
preeume include tbe fighting both dsys,No
oslimate is given of tbe rebels illed " and
wounded. Pursuit of Hood was to bo con
tinoecfon Saturday i ', ' U
Va tbe 14tb lost. Gen. Foster bed an
interviow with Gsn. Sbortnea at Fort Mo-
A!liter. which work was lakeo-by assault I
on tbe 13tb. oaVannah was invested cl.)-1
ly, and a eummona tot its eurrender waa I
about to be sect in, a ' refasat to nomply !
with ttbieh woald lead to an opening of
the Federal batteries. The eaptore of Sa
Tanoah, and tho force constituting its gar:
riexio, hub mniivipptea who connaeooo.
The rebels have established a buaiTr of
batterie on tbe Cumberland river. . One
of these, a few miles below. Clarksville, 1
enid to number thirty gnn. was 'recently
attacked by three gunboat. ' Tbo aail
ant were driven off;' one of the vessel- be
ing eericuvly. dsmeged. Tho ironclad
Cincinnati is reported at'.Clarktvillo in
disabled condition. A portion of the rebel
Gen. Lvon'e command ia marching upon
Smitbland, at the mouth of the Cumber
land ; and soother body is moving toward
Caevville, on the Ohio where, it is sap
posed, aa attempt will bo made to effect a
blockade of tbat stream.
Gn. Burbridge defeated . Basil Dnke's
brigade, at Kii gsport, Tbdh cn tbe 13th
int. The rebele lost tbeir train and 150
men. Among the prisoners taken was a
brother of he late John Morgan.
lnree boats 01 tbe federal expedition up
the Roan-ko river be been sunk kjt- I
fvujor. uo vircai-j is ueecriuea as DSlPg
a perfect network of infernal machine.
lbs president bas disapproved that part
of Geo Dix recent order which .'directed
pursuit of raiders into British r territory ,
and Gsn D. bss. in constanenoo. revoked
tbat portion of bis instructions to common- I
irs of tho frontier
At a Fenian meeting in Jersey City on
Friday night, one of the tpeakere atated
that 50,000 of tbe "Brotherhood" were
ready to march into Canada in case of hos
tilities between tbo United State and
Tbe Brazilian demand for reparation in
the matter of the Florida ' is said to be
"solemn" in its tone, whatever tbat may
mean. Secretary Seward, in hia reply,
does not indorse the seizure, andexpressee
a desire tc have tbo matter fairly and sat
isfttctorily adjusted. . .
Tbe fleet under Admiral Porter, wbiob
tailed from Hampton roads on Monday
last, numbered 64 veasele, carrying 597
An order is soon to be irsued requiring
the possession f passports by all persona
arriving in rbe United Statea from foreign
countries excepting emigrant passengers
directly entering Amriosn ports by sea-
Tbie regulation will apply to parties com
ing here from tbe British North American
James W. Nye and William Stewart
have been elected United States! senatore
from tbo new stets of Nevada. Nye ie tbe
well-known New York politician, who bas
lately been governor of ' the territory.
Stewart is a eoo-io-law of "Hangman"
Fi.ote, of tbe rebel congress. Chicago
Tunes, lOlh insl.
Baltic at JVashvllla
Washington, Deo. 16.
To Muj. Geo. Dix:
Tbo following official report of the bat
tle before Nasbvilie bas been received from
Gen. Thomas :
'Naebville, Deo 15.
I attacked the enemy's left this morn
ing, nod drove bim from tbo riser below
the city very nearly to the Franklin pike
dietaooe of about eight mile. Have cap
tared Chalmers' headquarters and bis
'Vaabville, Doo. 15.
"Oor lino advaoeed and engaged tbo
rebel line at 9 this A. M. Tbe - line woo
formed tho: Steadman on tbe left;
Wood (14tb corps) next; A-J. Smith
next; withox in reserve, and tbo cavalry
under Wilson, fight dismounted, occupy
ing tbe extreme right, aided by tbe gun
boats in tbe river. Tbo artillery practice
has been fine, and at times tbe musketry
firing woe continuous aod bsavy ; and,
tborgb the casualtiea bave been light,
the results are very fair. Tho left occu
pied tbe esmo ground aa in tbo morning,
but the rigbt has advanced five miles, driv
ing the enemy from tbe river, from bis 10
trenchment. from tbe rsrge of hill on
which bi left' rested, and forced it back
Mi bis right and centre. Hie centre was
pushed back from one to three mile, witb
tbe loss in all f 17 guns. 1.500 prisoner,
and his whole line of earthworks, except
about a mile on bi extreme right, where
00 serious attempt was made to dislodge
"The whole of Hood's srmy io here ex
eept tbe cavalry aod one division, whieb
bas been detaebed to threaten an attack on
Murfreeeboro. - - -
"Tbo whole action te day was splendidly
successful.- Tbe divisions oommsnded by
Gen. Kimball, of tbo 4th corps, by Gen.
Garrard of tbe eommaod nnder Gen. A. J.
Smith and tbe oaval-y division under
Geo Krape, were nnder my observation.
1 have never soon better work. Gen. Kim
ball's division carried two fortified posi
tion by aesault, witb very slight loss, cap
taring at one point 400 prisoners and oil
guns. No doubt other parts cf tbe line
did ae well. I only speak of wbat I
Tbe following unofficial dispatoh has
been reoeived : 1
"Nsebville, Dec. 16.
"Tb bsttls was severe and terrific. Our
forcei were victorious.
"Nashvills. D' . 16.-2:15 P. M. ,
"Hood has fallen back, aud ia apparent
ly doing hie beet to get away; 'while
Thomas is pressing bim witb great vigor,
frequently capturing guns and men. Ev
orytbing ao far is pertectly auoceesful, and
the prospoot io fair to oruab Hood's ar
There ia nothing einoe my last dispatch
from any other quarter.
Edwin M. Stanton.
From Grant's Army.
Headquarters Army of tho Potomac, )
- J' -: Dee. 15. f
Unusual quiet bas prevailed all slung
the line 10 front of Petersburg for tbo
last few days, soarcoly a shot beiog ' ex
changed, exoepting in tbo evening, on tbe
rigbt of the - lino. Last night, however,
quit ao oxoitorent was kept up from about
n to 10 o'djok, wbaa ibe fire died away
gradually, aad after midnight oct-a abut
wa heard. Of oouree the picketo in tbo
vicioity of Fort Hell were responsible for
tbo outbreak, although aoma other ' paat
of tho line from tbo . west were partici
A report i current tbat 'a. number of
picket watching tbe raal linee wore taken
and murdered night before last, and tbat,
in consequence, the foroo of moo -on this
side baslbeen doubled.
Changes are being made in . tbo dis
position of our troops, but there ia noth
ing to indicate an early attack on ths en
emy. " ''..-
The troops engaged in the late raid are
most all in good condition. Some of them
returned from tbo trip witb f rosea hood
and feet, and other oars, caused by tbo
severe wether which 1 mailed a, that
time. , '
' On Friday five deserters are to bo bung,
two from New York, two from New Ham
pshire, and one from Miooouri - ' -,
Rebel deserters are coming in daily
Tnoy report nothing now frees rebel-
dom. .". "': :? ':
(Signed) ' W.'D. MtGaEcojt, : - J
r-T New York,' Deo. 16. f
"'-A privata'dii patch received in thia eity
to-day front. gentleman in4 Moutre!,
save- I " I1 11
ij'Itia reported that tho mossy belonrl
Ins to tho hi Albsnst banks m to be res
iored to-di? tbat tbert ie crttt retotin
h . a J o . m . a a
lore in rebel stock inee-.WeJnitdsv : atdv
tbat even tbe toriee feel disgusted with tbo j
proceedings 01 tbe court preeided over by
Quebec, Deo. 16.
Another eabioet meeting was hsld to andin,'pafmnt frfr too barohase of tbo ff jX' '""'X'.' tw.r'r
day. Parlimnnt bas bsen eommooed on tax isle certificates cr laid lote."" ,v 11 , " '
the 9lhof Jaauary.- Stioendiarv jnesis- Wbereae. tho commiesiooera heretofore t ""1 nU,t.X. .
Irate hava been appointed on tbo frontier, (
Mpeeraliy to take cognisance of breaebee
01 tbe neutrality laws, ana tbey are to bo
nided by strong p lice foroi. " ' f
"'The Journal' do Uuebeo of to-oitht.
"Th. l J. ll...Vi '.r t.lklLt 't
ftjg t tVl !. . , I t.- L , t ;
k "Gen Dix' proclamation i disappfsYad
by tho Washington government." ' " '"
i i : ,rp.-. r . ?U8,0.D De0; W ..
Private dispatches from a reliable oouroo
at Moatreal atato that that is perfeot
panic in Canada amngt railway mana
gers, in anticipation of non-mteroourso
with tbe United Statea, which ia expected
voices tbo; go.vernraeot. ; takes prompt ao-
tion to allay tho excitement on tbo border.
At 5 o'clock P.M.. to day, nothing was
known at Montreal of tbo Confederate
raider, nor were there further develope
metits in regard to .the restoration of tbo
money stolen from tho St. Albans banks
Stateaasaf: . of
New York. Deo. 15. -The
Saricoah news of tbo 7th oays :
"We believe that a fight occurred yester
day at tbe froet. ia which tbo onomy were
eeverly punished. It ia said that a Strang
viuiu vi iiiiniifcij auu cavinv iiihibuiui
command of Coi. Fisher, which io station-
d 00 the outpost, wbo bad not mora than
quarter of tbo number opposed to bim,
but ho bad eeverely repolsed them. 1
"Wo learn tbat on Taeadaa force of
tho enemy advanced toward Coomalcbio,
Darning leiiapeony bridge. Tbey were
attacked by Gen. Gotham's command and
"On Wed nesdey morning a portion of
our force bad a' sharp fight witb a loreo
of tho enemy near Tetlapenny bJidge,
about four miles bebw Pocotaligs. Tbey
advanced toward tbo railroad, aod were
driven back. One was killed and several
wounded : r
"Tbe enemy landed a large force at Me
Kay'a point, and wore repulsed. Advanc
ing towards Old Pocotaligo, they will be
taken ears of.
"Tho force which landed at Boyd's
landing bas disappeared. Tbat wbicb
fought on Tuesday was about a mile from
tbe railroad, aod i reported iotreccbing.
Oor oondition'in tbat locality will bo mora
satisfactory at tbo next account."
Be Not Deceitid. Tbo publio are par
licalarly cautioned against beiog deceived
by some pereon wbo from igooraoee, self
ish motives, or some otber roaaon repre
sent, tbat Speer'o Sam burg wioo is made
It is a well known fact that the name
wine is applied to a mixture of juice, sugar
and wst3r,.and sometimes cheap liquor, in
various proportions, forming a cordial and
not a wine.
Tbe Samburg grapes, however, need no
such unnatorai admixtures witb their juice
as tbey contain all tbe properties esseotial
ton rich, nutrative and Valuable wine
vritbin themselves. The thousands ol
phynicisBs io this country aod Europe who
are prescribing this wine a wall as using
it in tbeir own famiies in preference to alt
others, is sufficient evidence of its superi
ority over imported wioee, Tbe only geo
nine Samburg wine baa Mr. Speor'o signa
ture oer ibe cork of each bottle. Ite pur
ity for a csmmuiiioo wine and its valuable
properties for medical use cannot bo sur
passed. Be not deceived. Portland Pres.
Roon rr Cos son Cocncil,
Juliet, iao. 7a, lbu4 j
Present bin Honor Mayor Porter and
Aid. Scbeidt. Ulrich. Cuidsey. CJabby aod
Tighe. ' '
Being no qaorom rreseat tienn-H it
j turned to meet on Friday too 9th day of
December, at 0 clock P.M.
Joliet, Dc 9, 1864
Council met pursuant to adjournment.
Present his Honor tbo Mayor aod Aid.
Doolittle, Ueraobbaeb. Scbeidt, Ulrich,
Cagwin, Austin aod Clabby.
Minutes of previous meeting read and
Petition of Henry Fanning .praying tbe
council to grant bim tbe privilege of erect
ing n coal shod in tho alley running from
Joliet street, woe presented and on motion
of Aid. Cagwin, was r.ferred, together
with the matter of renting street and
alleys, parte of streets and parts of alleys
when not used by tbe public, to tbe com
mittee on, street ad bridges. -
Remoustrsnee of P. Hart and J. Bjlaod
against opening tbo alley, running through
block 24 North Joliet, was received and
reiorrea to toe committee on streets and
f. v;artery and A. Williams, police
iRiiirii, auamurau toir report. which
on motion 01 Aia. uooiittle, wae resoived
and ordered plaoed eo file. - '
On motion of Aid. ecboidL tbo oitoaUrk
was ordered to draw an order on tbo Ceo-
ire street groaing tund ia favor or James
O'Riley. for tbe sum of twsatv-fivs hun
dred dollars, being part payment lor grad-
JI1-; caiu viiiio eirecK.
Ua motion ci Aia. Uoolittle, tho eale of
tbe property lor gradmg Exchange street
was postponed lor thirty days from tbie
date. . - 1 . 1 .
Uo motion 01 Aid Cagwin, it wae order
ed tbat tbo minutes et tho proviouo meet
ing te ana tbey ore Hereby - amended and
tbo commissioners heretofore appointed
were empowered to amend tbeir assess
ment for building n aido walk on tho north
eide of e-xebaoge etreel between Broadway
and tbo west oide of lot 13 iu block 50
Canal Trustees Subd'n w J sectioo 9 T 34
K 10 oast. .
Oo motion of Aid. Scbeidt, it was order
ed tbat tbe clerk draw an order on tbo
Exebango street side walk food in favor of
J J Taylor for tbe sum of seventy five dol
lara part payment lor building aide walk,
and tbat tbo same be paid when tbe assess
ment is eullectad.
Oo motion of Aid Clabby, tbe olsrk waa
ordered to draw an order io favor of M W
A P Bannon on tbo Exobango etreet grad
iog food for tbe sum of four band red dol
lars, part paymsot for gradiog said atrsot.
- On motion of Aid. Scbeidt, tbo bill of
A Comstock, for surveying- Exchange
etreet.amountinc to ten dollars, was allow
ed. On motion of Aid Scbeidt, tbe clerk was
ordered to draw ao order n Centre street
grading fund iu favor of M W A P Bannon
for tbe sum of one bsndrod and ton dollars
for building culvsrt aod digging ditch on
Tbo collector returned tbo warrant for
tbe oolieotioo of tbe special assessment lev
ied for tbe purpose of grading Centre
etreet from Cross street 10 tbo Chicago and
R I R R uneuatisfisd - ae to tbo lots and
blocks, part of lota one? parts of blocks
aud real estate no' marked on tbe face of
ooid warrant. Oo motion, it was ordered
that an order of eale be iesoed to tho said
eolleotor, in doe form, to advertise sod sell
tbe lots nod blocks' parts of lots snd part
of blocks aod other real estate not marked
paid on tbe face of said warrant, and mare
doe return to tbe city clerk.- : ' - - .-
' Messrs Alloo and Hammond, committee
appointed by tbe Board of inspectors, ap
peared before tbe council and asked that
the. cooncil repair school bouse in district J
co i, so .oat ir win not ieas,wnen,on mo
tion of Aid Cagwin, .' B F Allen and K J
Hammond were appointed a spseisl com
mittee to repair aaid school house,
Co motion of Aid Doolittls, it was order-
d that tbo eity etfk draw aa order ia f.-
Randall k Fuller for tho earn of fifty
E?". " Wltio
LS ?5l f f f'iti. v
On. motion of-Aid Scheldt, tbo May
'nthZT'r 01 A,d'
P?0.1:1"? ,0 '.eK"'-
tbe ealsries of eity Officer
for the ysar
On motion of Aid Doolittlo. John M
Niff wa allowed to build hie side walk in
front of lots 7 ft 8 in block 43 School See- '
lion' Addition to Jo1i;bTivini tbo oust
and getting tbe consent of tbe contractor,
appointed by the eommcn cooncil of the 1
teitj of Joliet to levy an : nssesWment upon 1
tbo real estate fronting 00 tho north side I
of Excbane etreet between Broad wav and
il,. ...t .! j l 1.1 it ;. m l. n...l
Tru.tee Sabd'n" w eetior 9 T S5 R 10,
to defray tbe expense of boUding side W.Ik
on said north oide pf Exoheoro street, have
returned their aesessmeot, doe huties of
which bao been published in the corpora
tion newspaper, in aoeordapce with the
charter and ordinances of said oity, in tt
lotion to opecial fttsestmentt, nod 00 per
son having fildd any - objections, therefore
Be xt ordained ' ly the common council
of the city of Joliet, '
Ibat aid assessment be and the same is
spprovsd and Confirmed, and the olerk is
sue a warrant to tbe city eolleotor for tho
collection ot tbe same.
' Paesed and approved Dm. 9tb. 18G4. '
-E; PORTER, Mayor.
A'tift: W. H. ZaSlet, City Clerk.
Bills reported back by committee on claims
and on motion allovtd: - " " "
John Fay labor, Jeffaroun-st bridge $15 50
J C Van Auken " 7 50
O Bennet " ' 10 00
B Richardson - - V , fl 00
A McNeroy lqr aalary eity marshal 15000
" baiaoce increase of salary CO 00
TO'Brian 'CO 00
" lqr salary street oons. 175 90
D n Pinnsy 1 qr salary city att'y . 25 00
W U Zirlsy ' city clerk 100 00
Joan Meaiffi monib salarv lamp '
lighter . ' ' 14 50
J F Bnoo extra police eerviss 4 00
G E Duffy 4 00
James Murpby ": : " 12 00
Walter Brennan M ' 6 00
Deaoia Mullen M ' ' , 2 00
John Hartigaa ; ' 4 ..," ; 2 00
John Walsh .
JC Van Aakea'1 ""V
B Richardson' " "
Tbonis CT Brian : "'
James CutLing "! ;
Michael Tracy cleaning bridewell
Was Adam lomber f r bridges
W S Brooks hardware,- 74 7
C E Ward glass for laoapti windows 9 65
W. II Zirley making revenue books 164 76
R Kohno fcv.uliog eogine to firs '
aud backr. .... ' M 50
J Cusbiog bauli.ig plank to bridges ' 1 00
" . ; ". , sngioe, to 4 W
E Porter freight 00" bi-es ' ' 1 70
M C R R Co repairing eogine N 2 55 00
J Mi-Niff coal for council roui 1 9 50'
W W Steven iosuraoco on prima- '
ry (cbool bouse "." ' 6 60
R Doolittlo paid dray ago and fit-.
ting up bouse to hold elec
tion in 1st ward " '3 50
G E Duffy repairing bridewell 9 37
P Dmaboe draying lamp post to 2 50
J Ferguson wood for bridew-11 9 00
Gas LightCo light t lamp Ootobsr 91 45
" " " city ball 4o . 80
J J Taylor building side walk,
achool bouse District No 1 90 00
A Cometock surveying Jjliet street
side walk . 6 00
On motion, cnuoeil odjourned
W.H. ZARLKY, City Clerk.
lo tbla city co th- 3d lnt tjr Rrr. Mr. J-wM, Mr.
iuuCKiBof Jnliot, to Mua Uattu A. Umiu, of
Wool Rockbridge, )lu.
SPECIAL TAX HSTICX. -
cur coi-LECTKii's rrrrn.
Public notice im h-r-bric irrn thr a aarrant for tha
coll-ctluu of a px:al Ma inranlliir ill- urMi;f
LuilUica a mulr oaik on tlm north i.le or l.arliancr
trwl Irom ilro-dwa- to Vt'-t .id. or lot 13 tlk-rk 60.
Canal Iru.io-. ub4ir H at U Sm tion S T 36 U 10 T.
in tli-city of JclMt.
Partir iia-mtrd will (Inife tak- notlr and make
imniedia'a Biant tl tlinr rctiTetax-
JOHN LK..iX, Citj Collector
SEEawowan in am-th-r rolnnin Hrkinr Sunbnra
Orapra torfei-sca'a It ia ao aJniitaMa ar-
tic. nard in bonitaia and ly Ibe fiirt rla- l-milh-a
ia Pii. London, and N Ynik. iu yzrlrfi to old
PortVtina. ltia aortb a Inal and s"ea great a tit
lac lion .
MARIIHOT.A AND DV8KN1 I KY. We bare nan
Iced a ictf-.i annibrr of letu-ra (rum toDte of ibe oa
Brominen rilixrn of Cincinnati and Cotnt.ti.-tc.
prakina: in the Mliret trrvaot br.PtrirkUnJ'a Anti
Cholera M xti tor the rnra of diartba a and dyarr
t-ry. 1 he l ttei are too leu hi be roMith. Mr.
Wood. orCoinfto. aat be a pronounced inmra
abe be Ih lat ilorion ia CiaHonaii. and uqr t-a-tie
ol Dr. Mr.ck land's Aali-Cholrra Mixinrr eflWted a
permanrrt cure afl-r oO-rinc Ur aiontl wiih the
woj-t lorm of diarrbo-a and dtsentorT. 60 crate oar
W ,1a L' i - . . . . r
T H. CHENEY. M.
PHTKli ..a Praoaoa.
A I, Jn,.t.lUM
aad AaaaU. I'k. linir.. k...u..k
AIM . .
Ornrt Jrfererin t, orer Elnateln' Clotlilnc Store.
Illdear-, Netioaal Hotel, to be found at oreecut at
vmiw v. rrviia, ouiniaai. . ......
Cunaaltalion ia tiersiaa or French.
: " ' E STRAY COLTS.
Loet three colu. one a dun colored. One era oat:
cream, blac k uaa-aad taikona. I.t. 'ji -
little white in lliefm. a? I mare col t. 1 year old. aod
u. ..., i.n meien auouiaer with J K. A lioeral
rwwaiu anil ot paM. JAJaKS KYAM.
Dec 20. 104 . Teotooe, IIL
FKC1ALTAX IOTICE. - .
citt collkctqh's orrrcs.1
Joliet. lire. 10. r
rnblic nctice i berrby icirea that in pnrananr at
an order of the common roanril cf the city of Joliet,
uiauc c-a me win oay of vrcrniltrr. lobe, too berrt
ber will oo the 3uth day of December lu xt. com mr ac
ini; at tli north d.ar or the Court Mooae la aadcitr.
aell at pablic auctioo the atnalleat portion of ioU, par
w hm ana rem eeiaie aereloaliMr Oe-crilaa (lo be
uiaea irtHu me rasi aiae tnereor;, lur wnicb any per
son will pay tbe anma rreptfully et opnoailetoearh
been: apcclat Uxe aaeend tbarwefi by tbo commoa
coubciI for tb purpusa hereinafter named, together
with the exneueea of eale, lo-wlt: For the patpoee
vi pi-u'ns ieaiee nrreet. ueiwee-j vruas aueei and
m i;BM9aco ut KocB lalaaut tUilroad.
Demmood Addition lo Weet Jot let. '
To whom aeteetad. Lot Biorfc. Tax
John II Beeca, i -i : 1 ; :S . $28 OS
e 21 2S 00
Joal A Hattaaoo, a 92 - SS 00
eeme ..- 4 IrJ VS 00
athar voautoca. .. j , H3 . xN 04
eanie 2 2S M
Jacob Ofsaitein, " " ' '' " 4 4 Mil
Caoal Trnatee-k rJabdJriaica of tec. 0 T SA K 10 K
10 60 .
1 61 AM
'. : . -. 4:
188.8.131.52,16, 18A19 do
. 36 41
pcnooi sec Addition to Juliet.
AOam txaiatoca .
Win C Wood, ,
I jt of Michael McKYoy,
biatoa D Prlaca,
Cbaa A Uastiag,
Kichard n Uewe,
Henry K bteana
tamnel Lock wood,
J Yoao Scaa.xaoB,
Jama H Hatch,
0 D A Park.
t'lancie Cb.iod.paoa, . ,
Joarpb Kohnn, "
Cbaa At Wrd. f
CbaaKWard, ' '
Chicago A ft I B B Co.
Cbesaito A K I & K Co.
T 1 :
66 I , SO 60
Kicbard h Uewea,
Cba it Ward.
Cba It Ward.
tertatf ceoU coat axa kerab aAdi
Ara cent a
u-cet ,4 real estate ad-ertieed above, and tblrti
at addUionial will bo added H tb? tu Ut mL
dura Mm day of -ale.
to tb tax oa
' JOHM LKNVOW tf. r.,fl-
a I I.a..;t -
THB nadVnlgaod, fe-Ung craatfDl for sbo rxUvdad
farora from tbe trarri.n. T?"
i-t " . T " aau.ll
Deo. 11 1a7i S-t7"Z " ""f-
, . a u rrr i im wm it
D". O. W. COOK pennaatly located
la Joliet.- leaiMhll.. .. k- I ..I
SerrUea ta tha pot) tic. . All p par at ion entrust ta
my care, will bo 'performed in tbe moat approved
snaaaer, aad all work warranted tnr to year.
times naxt door to th Foot Office, oeac Cwalp'
rekry Btora, JeUat, III.
) E. O-APPu&.SOUf
1 1 .
fOSMZStT 0 KSW t&xki 'w
art trMtisg taccwifsuy
CHROH ICHDISE ASE3,
i tON A NEW SYSTEM.."' - '
Which mbrarr th bt m4
ant -pprTS VMtk.
' ' . -
All nf f TOfijfc enl1e RHpa mm
filI?!?.?!rf"i.:? tt d 'tk-l.iT
"T:.1 T" -f maowri Com-
!;,lllIi,7,- --rt JpZZZi
ggitt VsIxneW i itXXJktViatUtr - t
Which rs.rijiag.Moti-4a ta'tkstt rrsrtsaa-- "
E Y E XJL ivS -A IX ' x
Thtj trwt Mccanir-Jljr, a oe B-tbed, all Sin'."
of Uit F.J nd Kr. Tkj ha had -Mrs suj- "
aiT practice, am Mtwr tacceaa la ttaa tr-a ai . ;
Di$eae$ of nmejsY
Thaaanyatber Ph--iriaa la America' Tb-r Van " , .
eutd mio ko btn bm c-ftflvad to sbaar -
tot j Mr. TbtJ aarar fail to amra .-: j
la all atagas; new matt- of bow long steading ;
Tkjr ear -
ast n ar a, v
ao It aartr Tatars. They ba-a a Sara Car lot ta.S '
diatraaalat lima, '
Jlemmorrhoidi or Piles ,
Tar car aU Mi of tha
Throat and Lungs I
DirTiiriTTi cuized r
.' Tkay i00Tarad a '- .
SURE AND SPEEDY CURE
FOB THIS TEERIBLB DTBKASXI
It i alaes ttrre car fnr Bcmrlarlaa, or Scarlet Farar.--arfaitb
lr-f tk aa-Mclaaaof dia-aaa. It .aarar taila
l o nn DUitb-rial or ScmrUtiaa la troai IS toalS kra
I 11 ' relirf toai-diatoljr.
Trict Per Bottle, - - $5.00.
ful raMi ia tba tratat of Caacrra vhlck Umv
CUKK withua eating thea oat oc aaiag tlia koita
lt tho-a vno aao ,. . 11 . .
TUMORS OR SWELLINGS,-
r a rod spot loos no tiaa'ia ha-lag I attndfd tev"
a a tin-.! J treatment aa aar lb. at froa tbo koT"
rora, auHeriiig and dcotb of aa opoa cancer. '
They or t reatiog Catarrh ea a new sj-atea' which ia a
SCHE tfRE FlK THIS DI8E1SE I
Zxperieaeelta prxsrri tlat Catarrh ra-asat bartnedl '
by local trratatrat olenc; be bee, tbe Many adTaniaed)
curea fcrCa(axrh.al of w.iteb are Iceal rraxdlea,
giro relief eaJy abil tbe pa lie at ta aaing thear bal
Lml-r-tandlnj-Uie direaae aad we tin H camtiaS
be enr-d by Local treatment lUmt, tbcierbre we alee
prercribe a con,i'fui'onoj remedy to l takea, aad by
tho combined lecul aad rmulilmlimuml treataaeat, ee
are enabled te rcmoro tk tatua of CUcrS, adl
A PERMANENT -TJRE. ,
Tbeir encen Italian for year bar averaged from
flee to aeeea thoaaand a ear whhk gieea them aa
ezpatieaee naaaruaaaad by aay . aad equalled only by
a lew. -
a-Bemember I bay do ol premie to cars all eta-,
getut there. . Wlu'k- all di are cnrable. If ta- -km
ta -rswoa, all tavr aot. Tonr raa. may be :
curable thi week, ant neat to-day, aot tomorrow;
hence tbe daegcr of di lay.
KOCAEKWI1L BK BECK7TEB, Wim.w 1DEKB
AKf DotBTS Or CVRC UK Br.LIr.
ror Turn are Ca ; kt-nc tba aeooey aaay be eo
with all oroor ormillc;Bea. It coot from Ave Sw-
fifteea dollar per month, to doctor with aa, wkiakv'
atar-ln poor will he uroreil.
Patient mnat write their naaae, f-tote, pat oglco
addree. plainly, All letter reqwtrmg aa aaew.r,
mn't -on tain a letter etaaip. aad be ereaawi to Dk
KNAPP HiN. Bx 643. v.kieng. 111.
Any .d" Ih-atwrei l eaacan t- tr-atcd) neceeefnt
ly by the -lientedeMr.hingtheircae to a tetter,
when they nnot ae- na.
Ir. Kuapp, wiio will Ti.it JOLIET. rexnlarly la
the Intnn-, may be roeenlted at tho NatUaal Ilet-t
SATTRDAT, DKC1.MBFB Jlt.
SATIIIDAT, MAECn lilk, . i.
SATURDAY, MAY Utk.
' 8ATUHDAT. JCLT litk.
I-C. 17, l6l.y
STRAYED OR STOLEN "
IVECM.the .nb-rribft, a BAT COLT, tbrr T r old
-t, beary built, braey tuane atd tail. 6t wkita
about Ljbi. A rcaard f I0 aill be faid to any ana
giving tr.f.inait.n a krrr ea.d olt ana 3 lM.fowwd.
Joliet, Die -ju, 9fc4 JoHK FEkUtN.
TAX SALE KOTICE.
Notice I hereby (ivrn to all prreoua coacrrBed tVat
at a eale of laud aud lot lor Uli aid coat f..r lb
year I1.66. held at tbe Court H,.aee ia tbe cllv pf Jot.
tel. V ill Co., Ill , oa !)- of Jane, lr, 1 the aa-di-raiicaid
became tLe pnirb err of tba) cert 1 beat re of
eale the knowing doecrUa-J ywoe ar. aarccu af land,
Acre. Deecrlp. Bee.
X; Vteaataideof Oa U 61
S of eaat axle of 2 Lu-lou a. and l
. ' 1 as
of eaat eldj of 40 a. ivi, 11 .,
1 of rat aide o 30 a a w hi 17 64 16 '
Lei 13 Llo. k 31 School eec Add lo Joliet,
"O at 14 "J . m :. . a.
That the time ol leUempUoa will explro la two yaan
jonn xcKirF, ,
Joliet, Dec 20, 1164
TAX SALE NOTICE.
Notice ia hereby given to a peraoaa coaoaraed that
at a l of land and M for uxea aad roots for tb
year 18o3. held al the Court Ilea I tbe city of Jolt
et. ill Cuaaly, lliiaota,oa the 3d day af AUy, 164.
1 became tbe purcbaeerof tbocartincoteatf aai oftla
lot lowing ueacribed bicca ar eavracia of load, to-wiu
cava. . LM-ecrlp-ioo. , is,. T. B B
40 iJjn;i I l i
z 60-100 wiLot M tyru. AsMoy BaMiv ,
ol LMgbtoa KeeeiVBtlOB' 'A 11
86 2400 , . ,UewU 1 ICIUII
w tn a frl
I Bubdir w U
SO . . ,
so ; -4
14 is a
H a e i . 17 it a
' t wfl j: ,ti S S3 '
... Ksi4aadpartofa a U IS 84
pat tba tlm of ronemptioa wUl aspire ta two 1
true the date of aald tal. .
cuuuiv w an part
Joliet, Dec 20, lsb4.
JOBS Keif IFF:
TAX SALE NOTICE -ft
PUBLIC aotica ia bar-hw .v.. -. .- .!.'
and laad lor city baxea for tba year 1863. held aa the
4th day of 61.,, k4, to Will touaty.aomT tbo mT-
'r;' V ota U blork Ktbt Be.
Add.iu,. to Jolirt,... tn., I ... ,b. bokWef Ui
aarti ncale, an d that tb time of redemntioa Will ATtVnaiSA
199 Jn Uom lL tUtc of -Mid ml.
December 20.1804 : ' , V
ESTATB OF nARMCS W. CBABLES, SZP. '
PTJBLIC noilc. bereby g,Ten. that aa tba Third.
Monday of Fabraary next, (beta tb Such dar of,
aid aaontb.) I abail attend uetore the -TV. ivlri!
of H ill Cawuty. at the CoartllSm. tol ttZT
",,;r ""'lDg ana oan.aflcUI-V.
121 1Z ""M .""-o W. berto.T.ta WaahAt
j,wa.- ear aad waara .11
, to wriUiig.,imai4 eatot lor .djUtaeaat..
ed ll fT" '"ft4 -toto7ar. ali7eo-J:
4 .tVi,., ,U, ""I'r.ign'd without i.yv
. . - TflA D.SBAALhJl. AdmtohnBwtrtx. V
"iLm bub reoneaiMi 1 m m t j . . . .
.ei tiea. SB, 1664.... ' . ajjva-A,
Farm For Salts.
Tb anbaoribaw r.. c 1- 1. . ...
tb Iowa of hew Lcx,4 ..U-a aorth M WMat,
coutai.in, 1 ix-looacrei: Tktaisaaaaf tha heat.
" "I tontity. liher for atock roiaiagor mraw
L, !"' ?" ' rUi Stiealars U oa ska aa,
uibcr on lb (arm. .,
Joliet. Kov28. 1864 4w
THOMAS t. STXTX.V8- i
A Qoc&e aod Lot for Sale.
Tk nbacriber wiabine- to larnn hk iknw, wfSl
sell lib bonee and lot, sitae! ad eo Saa. k
aortoof tbefbkxk.ohaay orcaao. Ik Aaaae.
- a good frame bona two etorie hi, eh tower eta,
ry Bniehad for a wore and the appor 000 A a reatoaaoa.
with lour .and room aod other ooe'-j -r
imraoa aUbiag a bwgai. Bumf arpjr .
JoliM V. 2. I4
l)m& maker ant! feamstress. f
Alhtraenv of Jcltet tht has .1aat a aboa
reoarrd to oo n aia --- ' - -ea.
aom that aba I a war wtoow. wte. .
mmily of 'ebiiiUM "-Vi adrBolieibi a hrf
public P'c"P- .
FBOMShotowa of Lock port, a dvk bymraa-l
4n aoie ah Btina jb too sr ...
abort. Hi grayieh dowa to tba fetlock, eaa Wad
footwbito: the rait is a bright bay miovUS weak
old wbeo aba left about tb 13th ot liny laat. An
laoaravaima aaoraa wsb KM)erty.at lack port. -
tbe abovepronerty will b Uberslly rewarded. 7T
fee. ur, joc. - , .
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