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AT US SATlCS. ' The fishermen ale Id Um targes; The alle ever Mm ee I Tb soklter step bravely to battle; Tb wood main lay axe to Ibe tree. They aresecli of the breed of the Imroee, The manhood attempered hi strife; Strong band that go lightly to labor. True heart that take comfort ia life. Ia each la the seed to replenish The world with the vlgns It needs The centre of honest affeotlona The Impulse of generous deeda. Bat Ibe sharks drink the Mood of the vsher; The sailor la dropped loth eta; The soldli r II eoald by blcaaoa; The woodman b crashed by bla tree. Each prodigal life that It wasted In Biaay achlevemeat eeese. Bat lengtbena b day of the coward. And strengthens the crafty mean. Th blood of the noblest la lavished That the selfish a profit may and; Bat God tees the lives that are snu.Bdered, And we to hi wisdom are blind. Daniel O'Connell. I found Mr. O'Coone!, exactly tbe tor of man I bad piotured to myself. There ran something, perhaps, in this, bnt it ie Iways muota to answer expeoUtioo. He was tall, bulky built, robust, Animated, h band a litd ) Bunk between the bool,r8 with an air of strength and ebrewd;,,fl elrenxth everywhere, ehrewdne' la quick glunce, slightly indireet ab n,ot 7.i:-..r;i;r;t.: . neither ele .ant n .r vulgar, hie rnnno 1 bB': iaiwed yet firm, with -eappreod arroanoe Ute pohteneee lo c hn.r of condition be met There waVn.rngle''Jy J and pride; it PP-'n they had once been biBa8t8' ftna.lhS0W orci8edw''r?whini Xm,' ted to r4ir Iule 00 -ooepiea their at- w,,. lie wae evident! y lUtterwi at bt intited to meet ma. On our introdae 4ion, I aaid to bim: 'You and I, air, are here, two great ti dencee of tbe progress of joatioo and good sense ; you, a; Catholic, are a member of ibe English Uoue of Commons ; J a Prot estant, am Ibe Ambassador of Francs.' This opening remark pleased bim, aid during dinner we conversed together al most like old artnaintanoea. Daring the morning, Mrs. Suoley bad hesitated aboat an evening party : nevertheless) aba bad deoided fur it : and after dinner I aaw ar rive Lord and Lady Palmerstos, Lord Nor aoandy. Lord Clarendon, tbe Bishop of Norwiob, Lady William Ritsotll. aod sever al others. On loaviag tb dioaer bable a fit of social modesty aeiaed Mr OfJon nail and be w ed to take hie depar ture. 'You have company,' aaid be, to Mr. 8tar.lT. 'Yea, but pray remain, we txpeotyoa to rj.no.' 'Ho, no, 1 mast go.' Stay, 1 entreat you.' lie stayed, with visible satisfaction not nnmingled with pride. That, then, k Mr. O'Coon'lir aaid La dy William Iloseell to mo, who probably bad never seen bim before. 'Yes,' I roilied, 'and I came front Paris to tell you s-v 'You thought, perhaps, that we passed our lives with bim T' 'No, I see vory evidently tuat yon do not.' All appeared glad of tbe opportunity to make themsolves agreeable to bim, and he seemed equally inolined to prt-fit by it. lie spoke much ; he detailed tbe progress of tanipcraoue in Ireland ; the drunkards were disappearing by thousands the taste for regular habits and more refined man nera advanced in proportion as inebriety receded No one expressed tbe slightest doubt I asked him whether this was a mere pun" of popular humor, or a lasting re form T lie replied gravely : 'It will last ; we are a persevering race, as all ore wbo have suffered mneh.' He took pleasure in addressing himself t me in calling me to witness the im proved fortune of hie country, and bis per sonal triumph. I retired towards mid night, and was the first to go, leaviag Mr. u uonoou surrounaea ty (oar eabioet roin inters and five or six ladies of rank, wbo listened to bim with a mixture somewhat comic, of curiosity and pride, of deference and didain. Guiiot't Embassy to Court Of m. jantes. 'Don't steal my soap!' It is not always agreeable for two faaai lies to live in one house. There are to be bickering, aside from tbe quarrels re Bfiecting the front stairs and cleaning tbe sidewalk. Sometimes ooe fainilv fanoies their eoal bin sudors at tbe bands of tbe other; and wnen little artioles of dress disappear iio doubt is eutertained where they have gone. In fuel, for two families to live peaceably and without suspicion in the same bouse, requires the honesty of a Cincinatus. the wUdom of a Solomon, and the patienoe of a Job. witnout tbsse quaiifications.no two farailios should think of occupying tbe same premiaes. At the south part of the city.some months u'luoe, two families bad the misfortune to live under the same roof. Ooe was honest and inolined to do all that was right, while tne omor wus noi, wuion makes considera a. i J - rtr i- . vie uiuoronoo, so jar as peace is concern ed. . Ibe honest family, whom we shall call Jones, fur the sake of disguise, (and wo shall call the other Smith for tbe ssmo purpose) nsually bought soap by tbe box, and pldoed it in the attic, where it -would uarden. Tbe Jnnosss s iw that tbe soap disappear u, woe a auer wees, in ine most astoniab' hie iuunuer : ana a( last Air. Junes a plain, matter-of-fact man wrote on one of toe yellow bars, in large loiters : 'don't steal this saop !' That will fix them,' muttered Jones, as uo mu ins wue wnat.be bad done. 'No 1 r a. . . a we it ii iaoj wbdi so steal any more sob p.' Tbe nozt day was Monday, and f orrarse wasning was to De sjadertakeai ; bvt bard lv had Jones cot un tbe tuba tar hi. -:r. when Smith made bis aapeAanoe, backed uy run. Dmitn. Look-a-bettr'-emilh eried. wealnt axv in' to stop In this bouse to be insulted, no nuw juu na bi ji. rre nss got soap ot uur own ennugn, ana oas no ooeasion to tsal any. You needn't write oa your dirty yaller stuff, 'oos we wouldn't take it if yoi encuia give it to us A .a a m . . Ana men Mrs. Smith pitched io and told what she knew about Mrs.Jo.ee, and for half an hour the bouse was lively jtut at last tne belligerents separated. b,I aV. a a? a- !L . S ..a wn . . ... u" moveo out tae earns day. Tbe last word that sirs. Smith said, as sue made up a face at Mrs. Jones, was 7V tap A Cool salutatloa. . oome amusing things ooour even in tie midst of the roar of bottle. When tbe tide of battle was turned at Murfreeahnm .r.ri - Ove rebels were being driven over tbe same grofcnd where they bad driven onr man . wou&M rebel, with a ball through bis leg eat up axainst a tree with bis eanteen of wwr in me nana, ana smilingly saluted vavo urnuiii, qi uaioago, as tbe Forty. Seoond), as tba Fegiwent was ebarzinc bv aoaidbe: " '' fjood mornin', boys ; how d'ye This ik' regular hell, ain't it t' Tbe jtoye did not stop to answer. dot wonu yog eat neaitnlul dinners T Eat aiowiy. wguia you eat soeiaj dinners Eat slowly. Would you eat telisbable dinners T Eat elowly. Please suffer a guurt woru oi ezooriation eat slowly. Those wbo consider themselves rfehtaooa are muoh further froaa tbe kingdom of eTa vuou mo ver j eipoers whom they Illlmets State Pltmtlryi CASEY & HENDRICK, Maeeractororsot BmrrtlK TT'T "ea". Wheel Barrwoa, ao, mo. -- Dlaaemsleei est Ballelas; Stame. Frovlefoo, Cattle and rrwrneeofall hladsecaotoat f wealed. W ANT K D Stave and Hoop Pole. an. ,, . i 1 1 ti matraeta for an T Quantity ef Staves and Hoop Pole, to Be delivered at the Penl- tootiarv daring the wtater, m wra w unjim kprios will be paid. Aa extra price will be paid for Hickory pole. MlmM -yV nw See. 11, 1880. 7 Iliinois riutui FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. WITH A. -vtyBSSFOT. BUSINESS BXPBRIBNC Of OVHR 83 YEARS. f 1,000,000. 700,000. Capital, Leee Pel, I van an P9H "tnwaal dlvldenda. In 2uTi?pre"l"'. nanally draw from the In i'ickOorniUTtory Kaetern Stock hold tbe lujMOJg MCTDALare en rqnitably '"Si a, only to require from the Member "ln. '"monev to pay, with crtamty, all Loa- and ex fSSen. The Premlnm Note, now amounting to over Jne Million f VnUart, are aeenred by a lien upon h. nmnartv Inenred. valned at over Ten Million. This ample Fnnd affonl a anre gnarantee for the pay ment ol evrry toe ine aecnniy wing mi wnn Iiiinnla. and anblret to onr own lawn. No nollcte are leaned oat of this Bute. The Members are anbject to no litigation all loaae being adjoated by agreed arbi tration. All loam cashed within ninety daya, that occar ander Policies paid yearly ia advance. BOARD OV DIRECTORS. K. ITart, Lyman Tram bull, Robert Smith, Hamael Wade, Ella Illbbaru, Timothy Taraei .W.rV-bwepple, B.I.Ullman, it. w. Billing, BnJ. r. Long. L-Kellenberger, Henry Lea, A. llorrmaa, jonn aiwooo, m. u. aiwouu, 0FVICBR8. M. G. AT WOOD. President. KBLLKMBKROKR, Treasurer, and Special Agent. JOHN ATWOOD, Becretary. Jsbn.Blaledrll.flea.Aa'L, J. B. Howard, AntOea. Agl 49-Local Afeats at every eoaniy vewa ai lauwain BISBEU. At- HKATH, AgeaU, JoUet, Bant. 1.1841. " at SEIaLlliO OFF AT COST! rrvHIeatrreatack tutaxrry owned by T.J. auawe, I coaaltlaA af Clocks Wntcaew and Jewelry awaally kept In a Srat cUa Jewelry Btora, wfll be bom a ceaa, ay tae aaDacrlbec at ine oiu aaanu, oa Btaffa jot tea. Havtnc aeeorec the nice ar tae name woraman eatateyei iartaelaet Saar rears, by T. J. Klanle, late awes, tae aaafajaea asm coanoeace m anyiag w aid ! urn in ef ald Ktaala. that aU work eo traatod toaeareare will give alifacion. Awg.n,tsae. H..aiii. SEWING MACHINES. 13. $35. $35, $40. $40, $40, L.OOKHBXL A 008 Laviaarmovaa DbM LMk TIgtl Fast Stitlw "ITT ARBANTIT) to gtve as good aatiaaaetioa as tbe W htrhe prtred la saarket. Make the aaae stitch a aba Biifl Macbtaes: are Una, Sz4 iacbea ander at la tne sante. ow wmi majn eedla, sew from eomaaoa spoela, troas 4 to 89 stitches to she lack. BUB vBBi neatly Salsbed, aad wtU BUR vani aui au aiawa waii Stitch, Hem, Fell, Tuck, Gather, Quill and imbrotder. They have RBPBATBDLT taken the BIOHB8T PBBMIDM8. Oat ef ever already la constant a, w have had ao occasion to go oat aad pot one In order. They work am. manfully oa everything, from the finest Martin to heavy Cowhide. The two may ebtnea differ onlv In thehinstb of ana. and are easily learned from tbe fall printed instrnctione. Samples of Bewiag, Circular, aad Cats sent on receipt ot atamp, We are aole aa-eata her for tne ukubmai. naun af MR aad OUAOK. adlaataMe to all thickness of cloth aad all width of hens ; will hem over seams and easily be attached to any eewtng Macktae. rncela. Largs IMeaut te tkia Trade, Agents, aaa vwrgy. ar-AORNTB Wanted everywhere. Come aad see as at tS3 IiAU Br Mo. 1, 9d floor or addreae T. O. Box 31. Chicago, III. The andertlirned I tbe aole Agent for the sale of thd above Bewbag Machines, for this city. A. VWUUIiB. Jollet,Dec.S,lS9. nS6 FARMFRS ATTENTION W. F. BARRETT. Baa the following for aW: OHIO BUCKBYK BBAPBR aad MOWBB. BUrTALO PITTS THBB8HINO MAC1IISK. OALKSBUROH J. P. PBOET'B 8UGAB CANS CBU8UKE. IOWA DBAINKRD8 8UGAB CAN1 Xvaporalor. CONN-emlth's PatenbCart Cast Bled Plows. Morris Corn Scraper. Sotk Island Dipper Plow. 81. Jo. Clipper Plows. Hardware, Tin Ware, Iron, Wagon Woods, Ac. C A 811 raid tor old Iron, Cotton Bags, old Copper and Lead. W. P. BAEnsrr. Jnne 24, 1802. Vim LOOK Boap and HERE! Candle Factory New WE tbe undersigned. Inform the cltriens of Joliet and vicinity respectfully, that we have estab lished a Soap and Candle factory, and cell at whole sale. Prlees Reasonable, Soft Boap at retail, ten cents a gallou. H. MUTi A R. 8ARTART, at the npper Canal Basin, North Joliet. ollet, Ang. 37, 1861. .1 l.t f Special. Commissioner's Bale. In the Unltrd States Circuit Court fur Ibe North) District of Illinois. BENJAMIN II. FIELD, vs. Hklu-las 8. BaSerty, Parkk 0"Mrnh, Jr.. Geoffry O'Connell, John Gregory, Charles D. CConn-ll. Henry A. Huntington, John P. Farnsworth, Hesekiah II. Bryant aud James Pish impleaded with John Vlddy mant, James R. Wilson aod Christopher Edlemaa. Is Chajicsjit. F0RECL08B OP MORTGAGE: NOTICE is hereby given that I, Philip A. Hoyne a Special Commissioner in the above entitled cause appointed by aaid court. In pursuance of na order ef eaid court made In aaid cause, oa the eleventh nay of Bwcembei last shall ea Satarenytae 9Mh day ef febraary next, at two of the stock fat the afternoon at ah door ef the Oonrt Howe in Joliet, in the County ef Will and District aitssaid. to the highest bidder tar cash. The Benin half of Lot naasber three (3) In Bleak namber eighty (a, ia She Village af Lacks, ia the County ef Will, and 8UU Willie. Bale abaolale. PHILIP A. HOYNB, Beecial Commlasiener. Chicago, Jaaaary 11, 18BS. SM JTnz Bala BJartlea. NOTICE ia hereby given that, at a alef land town and cHy lot (or state coo nty aad special taxes aad cost dae thereon for tbe year I860, made in nwr aaacesf law ta tbe Ooemty of Will aad State of lllb aole, on tbe S4th day of Jane, 1881, at the north deer of theGawrt Howse, in tbe city of Joliet, Isold by asrigaBMOt tba parch certificate of aaid sale ef the follow tne deacrrbed tract ef land to-whV 6 acre Lot IA Sec.6,T. 84 R 10 B: That the tins of redemption ft-eas laid ale will a V nirs two yaars fro the date of said sale, aad the aost of redeenptiea will he doable the amount sold for aad sahseuasat ansa (W paid by am) with tea per neat ei sate aaa cost of edrer- BDWABD KELLY. S6-SW JcUeWBtm 10, IMS. SAND FOR SALE. I Would resaettMls Mors tbe pnbHe that I am prepared to deliver any amount of Band, on tit hottest notice. My Bead hi the beet fur all ktnU ssoary aaa riaterte ; aad I woaM also say that I "ii"iii ae contracts or sll kinds ef Mi ry and do the name in a workman like manoer. and ao bombng. Reference my work. Residence, corner of Jefferson nnd Michigan streets. Wa. WBaUiBH, MHHMr.., 18. Builder STATE OP ILLINOIS I f Will County Circuit Court CesmorWlU, I ol March Term A. D. 1868 IN CHANCERY. Elvis Harwood, Blllto foreclose. Angela M. Skinner widow of and Angela A. Skinner nnd Otis 8. Skinner, aa only ohU drea aad heir at law af Otis A. Skinner, deceased, aad Benjaaua H. Skinner and George Bkinssr, administrators of the es tate of Otis A. Bkiaaer.osBsnwd. AFFIDAVIT of the non-reailnce of Angela M. Bkiaaer and Angela A. Skinner two of the da. fondanu above named, having been Sled la the ofnc of tne viera or tne said ceart. Notice is hereby given to the aaid Angela If. Skinner aad Angela A. Skinner that Rlvta Hera-cod. the said complainant, Sled hi bill ef complaint la aaid court ea the ehaacery side there of en the 2d day of September, 1882, aad that a sum mons thereupon lamed out of said eonrt against the aid defendants above named retnnnable on tbe Brat Monday of October, then next, aa by Law waa re aaired and that aaid caaeei aaw Beading- la said Now aniens vna the said Anmla M nv-- Angela A. Skinner, shall personally be and appear be. fore the said Circuit Court, on the first day of the next .rTTr , " "a0"0 at vottet, IB snld cownty, on the third Monday of March next, and plead, answer ar deatar. to the aaid eomblaiuanta Bill of complaint. ,h."f".",ta,"M,d talnt therein eaargnd and slated, will be takes aa miif.Til k. j . WMIrnl Tifm'T1 t,0n"t Ja according to tbe MoResssr. 4 Ooonsraan, CoipR CSat Joliet Jan. la. MSB. ,S1 nwiW"ijflMij WILL COUNTY DRUG & BOOKSTORE, No. 8 Jffereo street, JOLIET. ILLINOIS. NOW Oil HAND, a eompM stock of freehand pure Dana an Mamon" ; Pons Wrsxe abb Liqooss lor Medicinal purpoe: A AaBOarmin or Fasctt aso Toil Abtiolxs ; Hahr Tooth and N"l Brnahe.oo hundred different kinds of Toilet p, l,s!r Oil", Fomadse, Colognes, Perfume ,Q endlo variety, eveiydeecrip o( iMnbe, Razor and Razor Strep, PcTte MoTjaies. Sc.. Ac- "ooks and Stationery, tOBSwHng of a very large stock of Blank Book, Account Be Records, Pace Book, Diaries and Momorandnm pooka, Pen, Paper, Envelope, and every other kind of School and Office r tattoo ry, with a large (apply of cnooi uooki. navinc ourchaaed dt oreaent atock In a eAean mrtr- tet, I can confidently offer to all who may favor me with tbelr patronage, annanally reasonable ana liberal terms. Joliet, Decs, I860. nXP-y JS. at. nut. To Justices of the Peace & Constables. A LL klndsof Jnatlcns'sudConsUlilea'BLANKS.foi XV sale at the WU1 Conuty Drag A Book Store. Joliet, Dec. 9,1866. nxo JOXiIET CROCKERY STORE TUB subscriber I In receipt of hi otenive assort ment of CROCKERY WARE t China Ware; Ola Wars; ' Plated Ware; 811 vor Wars; Brlttannla Ware"; Willow Ware. Wooden Ware; Solar Hangings aod Parlor Lamps ! TABLE CUTLERY; K,oatlng Glaaeea, Vo aVe Which I am prepared to sell at WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ! Dealer and Buyers ar respectfully Invited to call and examine before purchasing. Btore la the new Brick Block, 8 Boors Bast cf Brown' Drug Store, Jefferson street. aSl-ly T.P.CAOWW. Row fieaaUAtl for a iblld's Crave! DAGUARBBOTYPB PICTURES ATTACHED TO Head Stoats and Monuments in a Paaua Mauls Uaaa, and warranted to secure the Likeness from any air aad dampness for long number of yearn. Any Ikjuraeraeotyptst eaa copy the Daguerreotype Into tbeee Cm Iron the original pvctare, and it ki Dot a few moss at work to attach one of them to a Head Stoae. When attached to a Head Stone or Monument, they look an though they were carved on with the Sculptor Chisel, for they imitate marble so perfectly. They are very ornamental to a Head Stone, and are worth twice the amount charged, for an ornament. More thaa fifteen Tboanand Oases 'have been aeld, this tact aloe shows conclusively that they are fast running into general aaa. Tbe adorning of the Beputcher of removed oaea al leviates oT grief, and soothes the wonnded heart. It alsocheers the bereaved to know that an additional embellishment of the grave preeents stronger attrac tions to arrest the attention of the stranger, and causes bim to pans aad learn the atme, and gaae on the lim.fs of one who baa shared so largely In the love of other. To a refined and cultivated mind, there la not a more moarnfnl spectacle on earth than a dese crated grave, or neglected and over-growa graveyard. TAoss In whose memories tbedenartei live, will come to strew sweet flower upon their graves, and drop a tear of afliction. They will plant there the Rose, tbe Lily and the Evergreen as Emblems of a fragrant and beautiful Immortality, which they assign them in the Pnradise of God. Above aU we would deplore tbe lues of those Ubmcseat of dear departed one which are so distinctly engraven upon the tablets of onr memory. Although months and years may elapse since inexorable beatb made n surrender the bed lee of cherished ones to tbe grave, and their spirits to God, yet are tbey still pros ont to onr minds, beautiful and life-like. And who does not realize a melancholy plensnre In recalling departed ones, l.e tbelr image clothed with the innocence and loveliness of youth, or marked by the sorrows or cares of agar One of these Case will be sent by express to any person in the United Htatea for Two Dollar. One doz en Cases will be sent to any Marble Denier or Dngner reotyplst for Twelve Dollar Circulars, Ac, furnished free, and sent with each package of Cases. Agents can charge $5 apiece when they attach them to Head 8tunea. Any person wishing to sell them can be supplied at Twelve Dollars per Dozen. Young Men and Mechanics can by engaging In this business make easily five Hundred Dollart thin Spring, and only Twelve Dollars required as Capital to com mence with. A Monumental Design Book will be sent touny Mar ble Dealer for Three Dollars. This is a first rate work, and well worth the price asked for it. All Orders mnst be accompanied by the Money: I will be responsible for its safety, If you have proof of sending it. Address the Manu&K.turer' A.LEWT8 BALDWIN, m2S 41 West Meridcn, Conn. STAT j OP ILLINOIS (Will County Circuit Con rt Cooirtr or Will J of March Term, 18(33. Benjamin Hart, ) ts V Bill for Dlrorce. Jane Hart. ) AfPlDATITofthe now residence of the snld Jnne Hart, Defendant nbovensnied 'having been filed iu the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of aaid Will County, public notice Is hereby given to tbe said aeienaant aaoe tiarr, id si uemmuin uart tne uom plalnant, filed his Bill of complaint in said Com t on tbejChaneery eirlo thereof on tbe 10th day of January A.D. lM03and that a aummons tberenpon Issued out tbe office of the Clerk of said court, agaiiwt said Defen dant returnable on tbe third Monday of March A. V iseaa is oy law required. Now, therefore, uulees you the said dofendnnt Jnne Hart shall personally be and apper before the Circuit Court of Will County, in the rotate of Illinois, on the first day of the next term thereof, to be holden at Uunrt House in the city of Joliet, in the County and Buue aioreeiiic, on ine luiru oionaay oi Olarch next, A D 1863 and plead, answer or demur to the aaid Complainants Bill of Complaint the same and the mat ter and things therein charged nnd stated will be taken as coufessed, ami a decree entered against you according lu mv prayer ui oaiu juj VI complaint. U. P.RUSSELL Clerk; E. C. Fsllows, Romp's Sol. Joliet, Jan. 13th 1863. 31-0w Assignee's Sale. NOTICE is hereby given that I, the undersigned will sell at Public Auction on Friday. December lUth,18A2. at the Court House in Joliet, nil tbe right. uue anu interest wuicu inonias unison anu wile ana Thomas Uatton, Junior and wife conveyed to me by their Deed of Assignment, hearing dete Juno 21,18111, nod recorded in tbe office of tbe Recorder of will Co lli., in book 73, pages from 75 to 89 and in the office of tne Recorder or Urunity Co, 111., in book No. 8, pngo 81 1 it seo, and In the office of the Recordot of Cook Co., m noon aio, page ui ei acq ol, In and to the following described real estate, viz: Tbe East half of South half of North half Block 28, in Bowen 's Addition to Joliet ) South 4S feet of lot S, uioca ao nesuoiiei; mocks io and ja tcboel section Addition to Joliet ; the 8 tone Ware Hones property en LotO, Mock IS. West Joliet. and Lot 1 Monk & A-WI Section Addition to Joliet ; Lots 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, block uuujn, nooeriaauu atom Add. to Uulcago. TERMS CASH. Joliet, Nov. 17, 1862. P. G00D8PEED, Aslgnee fiOTICE. ESTATE OF DAVID G. 6R0TER, DKCTD. TlUBLK) notice M herebv aiven. that on the thlrri X Monday of Jan. next, (bring the lftth 4ayofsnid month,) I shall attend before the County Court of Will County, at tbe Court loose In tbe eitv of Jolb t. for the purpose of settling and adjusting all claims agalnet ajvvhiu. urover mie oi naia voonty deoeeaed, when and where all claimants are notified and requested to attend and present their claim in writing agaiaet aaid estate for adjustment. All pvrsoaa Indebted to said estate, are also reqoest ed to Bisks payment to tbe undersigned without delay. ELIZA 8. GBOYER, Admx. Joliet, Nor. , 1882 jusy SOTICK. K8TATB OP DANIBL T ANDERS ALL, DECD. TUBUC notice I hereby aiven. that on the third JL7 Monday ef February next, (being tbe loth day of aa mown,; l snail sttena before the Iftonty Uourt of Will County, at the Court House In tbe city of Joli et, for tbe purpose of selling and adjusting all claim against tbe estate of Daniel Vanderaall late of aaid ijoonty, avceaem, when and where all claimants are notified and requested to attend and present their claims. In writing, against said estate, for adjustment. All persons indebted to said estate, are also requested o mate payment to tne nnaersignea wtthoot delay. ANDREW H. BHREPFLER, Admr. December 23, 1862. n28Sw PEOPLES PENSION, BOUNTY MONEY AND - WAR CLAIM OFFICE DRYDER, COOK At COH of Catcino, pro- kj cwre pension nr vonnaea ana xflanoiea BoMiers, 8eamen and Marine of the present War, aad for Wid ow and Orphan Children of thoee wbo have died or neon a i neo wniiein service. Also Bounty Money nnd Arrears of Pay for Widows or other heir of deceased Soldier. The heir of all Soldiers wbo have volunteered during this present war for two or three years, or during the war and have died or been killed while ia the service, are entitled to One Hundred Dalian Bounty Money, and all Arrears of by. Invalid, disabled by wounds received or disease contracted while in tbe service are entitled to Invalid fbuumt, whether they entered the service for three monin or tne war. All who are entitled to pension or Bounty Money or have any Claims against the Government or 8 late arrising from the War, will receive all necessary Infor nation and advice concerning their prosecution by calling oa J. H. SEDGWICK, Agent at Joliet, for Bynder. Cook A Co, at his Office over Stone' Store, Jeffenen 8L May 13, 1882. nAg BRAN and rsjJORTa by the 100 or too, at Mill Prices, at CASWELL'?. 18S9 its. ARRAGEMEKT. SCSI BIER MICHIGN CENTRAL R. R. VIA JOLIET CUT-OFF. THROUGH ronte from JOLIET to WT AG ABA FALLS, Boflalo, Rochester, Byracnaa, Klmira, Bingtnmton. Albany, Troy, Springflold, Worcester, MEW YORK, BOITON, And all points in the Now England State. fTV) TonosTO,KraasTos. Oodswbbum, MoirrWL and all X Point n Canada, Kast of Northern New England. Train leave Joliet daily, Sundays excepted, as follows : 0.1 Or. MNnr York A Bnevoa Rxpnsss, arrive at Detroit 10 A. .; Suspension Bridge or BnfbUo, 10.30 r. .; Albany, 10.46 a. .; Mew York, 4JW. u.; Boston, 11 P. a. 5.10 . CiscnniATi and LoomviLU Bxntsss, arrive at La Payette, S.10 a. a.; Iudianapolia, 4.60 a. hi. ; Cin cinnati, 9.00 r. tt Louisville, 4.U0 r. W and New Abany at 30 r,- Both Train connect at Paris with tbe BUFFALO & LAKE HURON RAILWAY, To Bnnalo, and all points Bast. The 6-30 A M Train connects at Detroit with steamer for Cleveland: and thence by Railroad for all point east. Baggage checked through to Suspension Bridge and Bulbilo, and checks eacbauged on tbe cars to all Points hast. Tbronrti Ticket can be bad at all Railroad Offices In the North and West. C. KNOWLTON. Sun't Joliot Division. Joliet Mav 26, 1869. u40-tl Oaard Against Fall and Winter Fires BT CHOICE INSURANCE WITH THE INCORPORATED 1819 CHARTER PERPETUAL. CAB If CAPITAL, 91,500,000, Assoum asn njrnfpanum. Net Snrplnsssf 912,11.T3, And the prestige of 40 Yxans success and experience. UPWARDS OP $12,000,000 Of losses have been paid by the JRtna Insnranee Com pany in tne past 40 years, l lie value of reliable Insurance will be apparent from the following LQ88BS PAID BT THE JET BI A During the past Five Years: Ohio, A431,ft20 88 106,066 07 204.B39 40 88418 04 . 10109 46 Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, Tennessee, Kansas Neb. tlS8,04S 81 146,R8S 81 448,827 41 7.649 21 Wisconsin, Kentucky, Missouri, Iowa A Minn 19,9-16 77 Ponn., A Vs., 8196 82 Arkana I A (in., 2R.946 09 $62,412 18 Miastaslppi and Alabama, Fire and Inland navigation BMak accepted at terms consistent with Solvency aad fair prank Especial attention given to Insurance of Dwaunros ana uontents. lor term niwi yearn, . Tbe solid service long and successfully tried, and tbe mini advantases the Attna Insurance Company poa- aesse In its line, should not be overlooked by those ready to insure and understanding tneir best interests. Dnrine stringent times" the necessity for reliable Insurance becomes an imperative dnty the ability of property owners to sustain loss being then much Ioas- cneil. . ' . Agenclesln all the principal cities ami towns tnrougn- ont the Stnto. Policies Issued without delay, by any of tbe duly authorized Agents of the Company. aa- Buslnhs atteuueo to witn uespatcn anu nneuty. BOWEN A GROVER, Agents. Joliet, Bopt, 27, 1859. nl6-ly eVIWTwE Peoria Marine aad F"lre Ian Cs, CHARTERED 1867 THTB Company continues to Issue polices on Msunx, iMLABD EiVlQATIOH, TttAKSPORTATlOM and FlBS RISKS, at reaaonablo mtoa. CAPITAL, ... tSOO.OOV. ofpicebs: ISAAC DNDBRHILL, Pre, J. L. T. BOULAND Y. P, U. UULLAN11, riecretary. DIRECTORS : Isaac Usdxrhtll, P. Holla an, B. L. T. BonsxAsn, RcOBAan Q&zua, Wa. Fkms, Jons KzraoLDH, BahublUows. A.G. Ttwo, TukADOKS Pxbbt, Wiluah R. Pbxlfs, WM. A Hsbboh, L. Uollahd, CrtAJLLafl Holland. Offloe 3, main Htseet. THE following Is the report of the business of this office for the past year, showing its condition on the 81st day of March, at which time the Capital was Increas ed to 8600,000: the whole amount of which subscribed. and J3UU,ouu paid in. An view oionr lacrcasea l acuities fordoing a neavy business, and also tbe large additional security we offer to ourse us turners, giviug this company basis second to none other, we therefore look fur and expect a very large increase of business. It will ever be tho aim oi tne compuny to so Honorably conduct nil their affairs as to merit the patronage of the insuring nublic. Our course hitherto adopted n-gardiuK the adjustment of losses may be sufflcicut guarranty for our promptness anu liberality in uie luturo. Amount insured the past year, $,5,026,288.66 Received premiums un same, 40,006,16 Interest and exchange balance, 11,667,46 Paid losses and expeosos, 21,884,08 LIABILITIES Capital stock, $100,000.00 Bills payable, 6,882,60 All other debt estimated, 976,00 ASSETS. Bills recelvrble, amply secured, having from 3 to 60 days to run. Real estate, office building, Ac, Cash on haiid, and due from Agents and city customers, 127,93093 b,160,U0 13,133,80 Amount of losses In process of adlnstroent $2,400,00 Amount of losses resisted by thegompany, none. Amount ef losses adjusted, due and not paid, none. - PETER LANCE, Agent, Office, Shaw' Store, Jefferson at., Joliet. WHEELER & WILSON'S SEWING MACHINES! WITH NEW IMPROVEMENTS, AT REDUCED PRICES I TIIE Wheeler A Wilson Manufacturing Company Ilaving gained alltluir Suits at Law, With infringing manufacturers of Fewing Machines, propose that the public shall be benefited thereby, aud have accordingly Reduced the Prices of their Setting Machines After this date they will be sold at rates that will pay a ftilr profit on tbe cost of manufacture, capital in vested, nnd exponse of making sales; such prions as will enable toem to nutko first class machines, and as heretofore, guarautoo them in every particular. MRS. I. T. M1LL8PAUGH, Nov. 27, 80-n24tr. Agent, Joliet, 111. Imprisonment for Violation of Injunc Uods in Selling Sewing Macniues. MR. J0HKP11 THORN ha been arretted by the United States Marshal, and lodged in Eldridge street Jail, for violating en iujunction by selling sew ing Btachines. On motion of George Gifford, Esq., an attachment waa granted by Judge 8mally, in the United btatcs Court, against the defendant, for sellinr sewing machines, iu violation of an injunction issued against him, on tbe patents owned by the Wheeler A Wilson Manufacturing Company, and the Grover A Ba ker Sewing Machine Company, and known as the sew ing machine feed patent. Violating the order of Courts is rather a serious matter, as it render tbe offender liable to punishment by fine and imprisonment. New York Times. x6-tf ARMY ISTELLIGE5CE OHICI. No. 11 SOUTH FOURTH Br, 8 A 1 BI T LOUIS, BIO. Established for the benefit of st ranker coming lo Pt. Louis In search of SICK OR WOUNDED, end for person living nt n distance wbo can write to the Army Intelligence Office and obtain reliable infor matlon of any soldier that enlisted in the State of IUinoit, Indiana, Ohio, Ohin, Michigan, Kbemjia. Mnnetota, Kentucky and Miuouri. a)RRECT INTELLIGENCE will be given of any soldier from tbe above 8 tales, whether 8iok, WousDSD, Killed ok taxis Psisossr, and in what bat tin be may bavo been engaged, and where bis r.ri ment is stationed. Information will nleo be given of the condition of sny sick or wonnded soldier in St. Louis, Looeville, Cincinnati, Nashville, Mound City, or any Hospital in the Western Department; aad where those killed In battle, or bave died from their wounds, ore buried ; and where those taxen prisoners are confined. This is the only Army Intelligence Office In the Department of tbe Misstasppi, or Western Bepartment, and Information of soldier from any of tbe above State can be given at any time by calling or writins to the Army Intelligence Office. Persons writing, will please give the name of the soldier, what State he enlisted in, an d the number of hi regiment, Charges for any kind of army lafor matlon will be Two DoLUna, and any perton writing willpieat enclose the amount , in order to secure aUcm turn to Uteir inquiries. Address : Army Intelligence Office, St. Louis, Mo, In sare P. 0. Box 1848. u60 ly D1VIDEKD NOTICE.' ' JOLIET PLANK BOAD COMPANY. QTOCK HOLDERS in the above are hereby notified tb.it at a meeting of tbe Directors, December 30th 1862, the following action was taken: "Resolved, That a dividend of Five (5) Dollar per hare, be and is hereby declared, on tbe full paid share of Oil company, payable in cash, ander direction of the Treasurer, at tbe office of the Superintendent In Joliet, on and after January 6th, 1863. Attest, HORATIO HILL, See N. B. Unclaimed dividend of April 1861, will also be paid aa above. Joliet, Jan. 6th, 1863. W.C. WOOD Snpt, tray Cow. STRAYED from this city, about the 1st July, a pale yellow Cow, abort horns, small bead, is about eight years old. Whosver will return her to A. McNerny la Joliet, or give Information where she may be found will txnmtd for their trouble. FOB a general supply of Groceries, floor. Fend Ac t , 6. 8. Skissaa' WARI WARD WABItt WAB TO THE KNIFE ON HJGll PRICES. PURSITCRE, WJIOLSSJLM A1TD BSTATL. rTMIAlTRFTTL to the generoos Public, for their liberal a ratronvtge onnng tne past vear. I assurance, mat i intona to Keep ... . . . r - keep on haad a complete ae- eortment of PURNITCRB, And further, that I will sell ltt all times, at the small eat possible advances on tt, to my enstomer. "Small profits mid quick returns" is my motto. Work of ail kinds will be made to order and 'War ranted. My etork ooosirtln part of Chair of all kinds; Table, do. Sofas. Divan. Bnrean, Stand, Secretaries, Ac. UNDERTAKING promptly attended to, and a hearse ready at ail times. All are Invited to call and examine my stork, as I vuo uvuiiu hjt snowing my gooas. CHRIS CHRISTIAN HECHT. Joliet, August Oth. G Ellin A APOTHECARY AND DRUC STORE. TnE subscriber take pleasure In announcing to the citizens of Joliet and vlc-nlty, that at bis new stand on Blnn st., one door south of Beaumont s, formerly oc cupied by Thos. Kinney, be has opened and la oftcrinr at the most reasonable rates, a fresh A complete stock of DRUC18, PATENT MEDICENF.8, DYB-STUFF8, PER- SUIUKB, UASl'UU, tLUIli, VY1MS AND IiltANDY For Blwlical Diirooees. etc. Prescriptions are Prepared at all bonr of nay and night, only Oy myself, would hereby solicit a liberal share of patronage, beiug a graduate of Pharma cy and Chemintry of the University of Viena, Austria, known as one of the first of Europe, haviug past the last IS years practical Apothecary aud Chemist in dif ferent cities of Kuroi and New York City, be flatter himself, thnt regards competency be will merit the confidence bestowed upoa him. Physicisns are politely requested to convince them selves by uxnuiluiug my Diploma. Dr. FRAVCIS WfERNDLB, May 25, 18S8. Pharmaceutic A Chemist. HARNESS SHOP. HENRY SIIRADER, WOULD respectfully annonnra to the pub lic that be has on band at bis Harness shop. In the Brick Block, on Bluff St.. onio- site Strong A Co., a Inrge and complete assortment of Harness, ramuics, Trunks, urldles, Martingale, Hal tens Ac. Ac Through many year experience In this line he flatter ninuwii, tnat he can manufacture the above named articles in tne most approved workman-like manner, euaauii sucn ascaeaporcneaper tnan the cheapest. Aue sansenoer woniu return nia tnans lo His old customers for their liberal patronage, and trusts bv atrict attention to business and fair dealing to merit a targe snare oi pa one patronage. All Kinds of repairing dime on snort notice. Aug. 17, '68. HENRY SCURADER, Proprietor. 1862. 1SG2. THE Subscriber beg to inform hi rieuds and the public at large, that he contiune to act as Agent lor tne wen Known House oi TAPSCOTT fc CO., New York and Liverpool, and through them Isene certt- acatos of raasage for persons coming from the Old Country, by the unequaled Lines of Lmerpoai, London and Gtasytm tacfcett. Draft for 1 and upwards payable at eight in all the principal clues and towns in fcurope, witnout discount. For further Information and perucuiars. Apply to P. O'CONNOR, Joliet, IUlaosL HOICK Wines and Liquors for Sal by the package J at importer prices, by "AUJ0 A Prison Whicky for Sol by the barrel, by QITY Lots and Land for Sale, by P. O'CONNOR. Strayed or Stolen. ON the 28th of Jnne last, one sorrel Mare, T year old, shod two days before she left, small white snot in the forehead, sorrel mane and tail, two letters B. A 8. branded on the left shoulder, no long hair on the fetlocks, ooe fetlock and one of the hind feet n little largt r than the others caused by S strain, large flat noois and tne Inside ot tns hoots Is aa run as the rim in the bottom, aud stens long when under a trot. Whoever will return said Mare shall receive $25 If stolen, and Will Uounty will pay SM) lor tbe tnscf; also if strayed I will pay $5 if found within 10 miles from Joliet, or will pay $10 if found within 20 miles of Juliet- Any one who will take up said mare and give infor mation by letter through the P. 0. at Joliet, IIL, direct to box nu, shall be liberally rewarded. B. O. HARRINGTON. Joliet July 17,1880. u6-3w FOR CATTLE AND HORSES TTtHIS Is truly a Great Remedy. Half a 26 cent bot- X tie of Sloan's Instant Belief, given in a pint of warm water, seldom fulls to cure a horse of Colic in a few minutes; in extreme case repeat the dose in 16 miuuets. For Bruises, Btrains, Fprslns, and many other injur ies on Horses, Cuttle, and other animals, Ploaua in stant liulief speedily effects a cure. Many persons have been astonished to witness the rapid cure effected by the use ot this wanderiul medlclue. 4arGet Circulars of Agents. S L 0 A N'S OINTMENT FOR Mil.lnees, Safety, Certainty, Thoroughness, Slun's Ointuieut is rapidly superceding all other Oint ments and Liuiments for the cure of the following complaints : rresh n ounds. uulls ol all Kinds, Urack ed Heels, Itinguuiie, Polevil, Windfalls, Callus, Sparine fwecney, Fistula, foundered feet, hand Cracks, Scratches of urease, Mnngc sua Horse Dititeniper, DISEASED HORSES AND CATTLE, Require restoration of InRrmtblr- perspiration. Sloan's sever Antidote, Condition 1'owder. ia a certain IMoed Purifier. It never foils to loosen the skin, cleanse the water, create an appetlte,and a positive cure for Coagh Colds. 8tifl Complaint, Founder, Distemper, nnd caries oi uotts and v onus, may be given at any time and under all circumstances with nerfect safety. One Package of the Powder aud a box of the Oint ment will perfectly cure a recent Founder in six or eiclit davs, without leaving the least effect in the feet. In Horse DiteiiiHir, they will alliiy the fever and pro mote a healthy termination of the disease. One pow- dor and a part of a box of ointment, will, In all cases, cure, tho Horn Distoinpcr in a cow; two are sometimes tequired for an ox. WALTER 11. SLOAN, the origlnnl discoverer of this truly vuiuaiiie niediclno. still has the sole supervision oi its manuiacture, but orders should be sent to bn son, Oscar B Sloan, 24 South Water Street, Chicago, III- Tho Will Promptly supply the demand for these popular and truly "rent medicines. Thnv are sni,: bv all Sr',ra in Medicine. Sold wholesale and retail St Manufacturer: nrlce, st Joliet, bv J. 11. B110WN, ftU'l Retailed by nil the otu er uruggist. June 19. 1800. nvl-lj INFALLIBLE AKD AKUAMED! A newly-invented Acoustic Pocket Article for the Dear, With which to boar Lecture, Sermons, Speeches, Ac. It is small, and can bo carried In the pocket, and when need, be entirely concealed. It is constructed of three kinds or metal, with Gutta Percba tubes, so combined aa to forma powerful reflector of sound; aud is altogether the most desirable instrument for the deaf, ever invented. A lotter enclosing fall par ticulars, will be sent to any address, on tbe rccolpt of a 8 cent stamp, with which to send tbe same. Address, H. MANSFIELD, Book Seller, IT) 134 York Street, New Haven. Conn. ANDERSON HOUSE, CORNER OP RANDOLPH AND CANAL 8T8, Chicago, Illinois. 0N block from Pltubnrg, Ft. Way A Chicago; St. Louis, Alton A Chicago ; Chicago A North Western and Chicago A Cincinnati Railroad Depot. iSUAKii, oss DOUAB rBA Dat. Meals, Twenty-five cent, P. O. Box 4708. W. B. FOWLER, Proprietor. BTATB0P ILLINOIS,! Cocrtt or Will, Will County Circuit Court of the March Tern. 1868. 1TAI ftl A attaanwa v Royal E. Barber, Conservator and successor in office of Mlcbsel Cullen, late Conservator of the Estate of Marcel la Brannan a lunatic, vs. John Cullen, Ann Breeton, Ross Gslvln, James M. Coyne, Mary Ready, Joseph Coyne, EUen Wbeelan, Catharine Keef, and Jane Saffney and tbe unknown heirs at law of Marcella Bran Ban, a lunatic At A, VQAHUHHI. Petition to cell Land. AFFIDAVIT of the oon-neidonce of John Cullon. j A.AUU iMc-iuii nuee uaivin, Josepu Uoyne, Ellen Wbeelau, Catharine Keef, Jane Gufluey and tb un known heirs at law of Marcella Brannan a lunatic, defendants above named having been Died in the office of the Clerk of said court; Notice Is hereby given to tbe aaid John Cullen. Ann Breeton, Rose Galvin, Jo seph Coyne, Ellen Wbeelan, Catharine Keef. Jane Gaffney and tbe unknown heirs at law of Marcella Brannan a lunatic, that Royal E. Barber Conservator, and successor In office of Michael Cullen late Conserva tor of tbe estate of Marcella Brannan a lunatic,! be aaid petitioner filed his smendedlpetiUon in said court, on tbe chancery side thereof, on the 27th day of Decem ber A D 1862, for authority to sell the following des cribed real ornate which is of said Marcella Brannan s lunatic, to-wit : Tb undivided half of tbe Sooth West quarter of Section niueteen (19) In Tow nshlp thirty-six (36) North Bangs number ton (10) East of th third principal meridian, and tbat thereupon a summon issued ont of said conrt against the said defendants re tamable on the third Monduy of March next, A D 1868 as is by law required. Nov unless yon the said John Cullen, Ann Breeton, Rose Galvin, Joseph Coyne, El len Wbeelan, Catharine Keef, Jane Gaffney and the unknown heir at law of Marcella Brannan a lunatic, hall personally be and appear before aaid Circuit Conrt of Will County, on the first day of the next term thereof, to be holden at the Court Hones la the city of Joliet, in said county, on tbe third Monday of March next, 18C3, and plead answer or demnrr to the said amended petition, the same and tbe matters and thing therein charged and stated, will be taken a confessed by yon and a decree will be entered against yon according to the prayer of aaid amended petition. B.F. RUg&ELL, Clerk. B E Babbkb, Pro. Per. Sol. Joliet, Dec 27, 1862 BSO-tw TO THE PUBLIC. THB Largest and best snorted Stock of Hardware, at the LOWEST PRICKS, can be found at ths Btore of STRONG A BROOKS. Q" Half Bbbv. WHITE FiSU,(Joalnaiieetlca,lio2) 4AJ at Chicago Price for cosh, ' ' at CASWELL'S Extensive Stock M1LL1R G 0 0 D 81 Mrs. Kawamagti At Kiss Rw-axu TAKES the liberty of informing the Ladies of Jotlel and vicinity, that they are now in receipt of their SPUING GOODS. Which for beauty of style and novelty of design, cana be surpassed In the Wast. Tbelr stock consists of Bonnets, of the latest Parisian Styles, Ri oons, J1 lowers. Head Dresses, Dress TS-immivgs, dre.. With every article connected with their line. They hope by strict attention to business, to merit a continuance of that patronage so liberally bestowed upon uiem oy tne ladies oi Jolkot and surrounding country. iuiet, April v, inoe. ntx i JaLSIWBC'lXt 1W J D. TERLY & SON. TT AVE this day received a large and well selected AA- potck or watches, Clocks and Jewelry to which we would respectively Invite the citlrenso Will and adjoiniugcountiesto call and examine, feeling confident thai we can supply them with any article in our uue as cneaf aa any oilier establishment In North era Illinois. Watches, Clock and Jawelry renarrcd In a neat and worKmsniiKe manner, on tbe shortest possible notice uive us a call. nl6-tf Bluff st- Opposite Dr. Recce's Office TO PAIKTERS ex- OTHERS I T HAVE on hand a lnrge and well selected stock of all jl Kinus oi i-Aia TS, Dry and In Oil. Also Sandpaper, liusoed Oil, spirits Tumi u tine. UniKr, Lilhrsee. Bronze. Gold and silver Leaf, mttent Dryer, Larher, pnmise stouo, Yarn jihes. paint BrusbM, Window Glass, Ac. which 1 am prepared to sell on the uiimi invumuiB terms. j. ji. JJKOWN. Sept. 8 1866, nu SHflSTlAll... VAr.41. n . PAINT, White-wash, scrubbing, counter, stove, shoe -A. " .uirt UiuiWl-n-ai af. I. DUUTt S W. Bopt. 9 '66. ni2 TiNOMSHaml French Hair and Teeth Bnubf, Fine -. ... . i . , i , . , i . ....... ,nr, alien nnnnio anu ivory , French Toilet powder Mun Fun, Prepared chalk, Lily White, Ac. at J. H. BROWNS'. Sept. 9 '66. ni2. Jolit-t Tnrnliiir Short. 1 . .... nvut ... VWlim IB. kers. Stair Builders, and others in want of Turning, mav a in, I J lllg UD Hie Tarnlar Batlau, in all It various branches, at King' ShingU and Sash Factory, near tbe Upper Bririee. Bv strict attention tn business, he hopes to receive a ah are of public patronage. iiif. i. uw JANKH BOVJfK. .Machinery Oil, Ruruiiig OH, Wagon Grease, Also for Rxapers A wd Mowbbs, THUsmss MACmsxs Ao. The subscriber is now ready to furnish in any qnan tuy in, ruqio arciriee. juscninery uii, per gal 70 ct Wagon Grease, per can T6 eta. The following gentlemen con tribute their testimony, In term of unqualified confidence to it merits, and use it exclusively : Wisconsin Stage Company, Iowa Stage Company, Walker's Lines of btages, Great North ern Stage Company, Walker A Parmelee's Omnibus Lines, Chicago, Manny's Reaper and Mower. The beat article in use for carriage and buggies, as it never soils by running over the wheel. For sale by all tbe gro cers in Joliet. J. C.H H0BBS It. . ITIcR A E., HAVING experimented with medicine in the treat ment of diseases for years, laying aside all prejn dices, has examined In tbe meantime all tb various systems sad schools of medicine, and have selected such remedies as I eaa demonstrate to be sal aad efficient rejecting all mineral poisons. To remove scute die ease Is comparatively an easy task ; it is the curing of chronic diseases that require knowledge combined with patience sad perseverance tempered with kind Dees. It is in the latter class of diseases where physi cians mostly make their failare. Having given this class of disease may special attention, I proeas to be prerand to treat all chronic disease with positive mo cess. 1 mean all that are curable case, unless it be conditionally, so that patient may depend upon my declaration. I prufes to treat successfully all chronic diseases of tbe Lungs, Liver, Bronchia Nnralgia Para lysis, Rheumatism, and all derangements of tbe nerv ous system. Fistula and Piles successfully treated In from thirty to sixty days,witbont tbe use of the knife; OT mneh additional pain. I proles to treat with un paralleled success tbe lothsouie disease known by the name of Cancer, In all Its stage, without the use of tbe knife or any harsh treatment. If patients will strictly obey my instructions, I will guarantee satisfaction in all cases where no disorganization of the vital organ has taken place. The beet of references can be given from citizeRs of St, Louis, where 1 devoted my practice for the last three yuan. I bave now in my offiee Can cers, Tumors, weighing from V to 2 lb, that I hav re moved with success, without ths nee of tbe knife. For further particulars, physician and other are Invited to call and examine for themselves. Rr. McRAE, Occulta! and Anrlst, Gives special attentiou to diseases of tbe Eye and Ear. In this climate, where the Eye ia subject to so many diseases which are fatal to its delicato structure. All persons afheted should attend to the earliest symptoms avoiding much suffering and probable blindness. Letters from a distance, containing one atamp will receive prompt attention Address Box 1292. D. McRA E, M. D, St. Louis, Mo. OFFICE No. 26 aoaru rirra st. Between Pine and Cbesnut streets, one square from the Court House, St. Louis, Mo. nli-ly TIIE INVALID'S II0ME. II. KKAPP, M. D. Foxx oar or N. Y-, has opzkxd as INFIRMARY, IN CHICAGO. ILL. ON a new system, which embrace the most approv ed methods of treating Diseases in this or auy other country. All Female Discuses, Lung Diaea., Cancers and Rheumatism, are special diseases treated in this Institution, in the treatiueutof which, no man has had more rxperince or greater success than tbe Doctor. Hi consullati"s, for years, bave averaged from fire to six thousand a year. The following dis eases which are pronounced incuraUe by tbe Medical Faculty generally, are treated with success In this In stitution. All nervous and neuralgic affections, dis eases ef women, all forms of scrofula, dyvpepsia, con stipation, akin diseases, cauccrous and Tuberculous affections, including pulmonary consumption, rheuma tism, Paralysis, epilepny, Asthma, salt rheum, remit tent and intermittent fevers, the diseases of children, c He has bad an extensive practice and wonderful sue-' cess iu the treatment of CANCERS, which he cure, without the knife. He treats successfully, on a aew method, all the diseases of the EYE and EAR. Remember, the doctor does not promise to cure all stage of diseases. WhlloAU. diseases are ccbabls. if taken in season, all sauzs are not. Your case may be curable thle week, not next today, nut to-morrow; hence, the danger of delay. The Building is pleasautly located. spacious, and will accommodate several handred patients. No cote will be received wlurro there are any doubts o i acnr or relief. The best nurses only employed, wno, with the physician, will make all fea't at home that pot them selves under the care of ibis institution. TERMS from ten to fifteen dollars per week, iavarf ably in advance. No patient taken for a less term than one month, as no one can be satiihrd as to the benefit they may receive in Chronic Diseases in a less time. Many patients, who are not able to come to the Infll Diary, can be successfully treated at h me, which will cost front " t bftccu dollars per month All lo'tcrs, im:;""'"!: S letter stump, addressed to n. KifAPr, ." Box422S, tiiicsg Ail, will receive prompt attention. Consultation free. Office ITonrS from 0 A. BT. to r. H. Office 178 South Clark St.. cor. Clark aud Monroe st. Sept. 11, 180. piSly LOOK HERE! AN IMPORTANT DISCOVERY! AND The People Should Know It TH08E WHO HAVE VISITED THB booh store: Of the subscriber, have found the , LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTMENT Of Miscellaneous aud School Books, Stationery and Wall Paper, Window Shade and Curtin Fixtures, Gold Pens and Pencils. '' Pen-knives and Pocket Books, Ac, To be seen In the city of Joliet. And what s bettor still they have bean uncommon ly well salted with the prions. Now Ladles snd Gentirmen, these are indeed very bard times, bnt Just call on the subscriber and see how easy be can make them for you. EDWARD SAVAGE, JOLIET BOOK STORE, JOLIET BOOK ST0RB, JOLIETBO0K STORE, JEFFERSON St, JEFFERSON St . JEFFERSON St, , OPPOSITE TOE COURT HOUSE. OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE. OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE. nl8-ly Joliet, Jly 8, 1860. SOMETHING HEW. CLOCKS, BewinafMachlnes, Parasols, Umbrellas and Lock repaired. Keys fitted, Bella hung. Door Plates made to order, Surgical Instrument repaired, Maste Boxes and Bras Instrument generally repaired and various other jobbing, all warranted well done by 8.G.800LLAT. , ... Washington st, near Ottawa st, oliet. III. Joliet, July IS, 1K61. n 2b-ii 8 Alt F Oil. D8 LVER INVIGORATOn, NEVER DEBILITATING. T 18 COMPOUNDED ENTIRELY PB0M GUM 8, . aad ha become aa established fact, a Standard Med- fofna, known and approvi a It, and la sow resorted tol ed by all that have need with confidence in all die commended. eases for which it is re-l- It ha eared tboasands'O within the last two yaars hopes of relief, a th nu wno bad given un all' merous unsolicited cer show. tinoateaiamy The dean mnst bea- daptcd to ths tempera, ment of tbe individual taxing it, and need la gently on th Bowels. such qualities a to act Let tbe dictate of vour judgment guide yea fa tne use oi tne livbb IS vmoBATom, aad n will BtLIOOS ATTACKS, BTSFBr- suxracB ooanjtfBTs, BTS. aroaucK, BABirvAL ooa- cure uvbb coarrLAisve. SU, CBBOS10 MAABBOM, BBTBBT, BBOrsT, SOCB rrrsBxas, ctroue, cnot SBA, CHOUBA BmBBOS, Clral lence, Jaradice, Female need successfully a aa icine. It will care Bicx era infantum, - Plata- Weakness, and may bel Ordinary Female Med HKADACnx, (aa thousands eaa testify,! ia tweerr minnts, if two or three Teaspoonfnls are token at tack. commencement of at All wno nss rr abb krrara their testimony In It favor. Aux Wavxb fir TUB etrra wrra ths ibtiqob- A TO-, ABB SWALLOW BOTB ToarratB. Price erne dollar per Bottle. ALSO SANFOSD' FAMILY CATHARTIC PILLS; COMPOUNDED FROM PURE VEOETBLB EXTRACTS, AND PUT UP IN GLASS CASES, Air tight, and will keep in any climate. The FAMILY CA-I . iTIl ARTIC PILL is cea- tle bnt active Cathartic which the proprietor baa uavd in his practice morej J than twenty years. The constantly increas e .ing demand from those who have long used the I, IPills and theatifactton which all express in re-jn jgard to their use, has in duced me to place tnem M wttnin the reach of all. The Profession well) know th different Oath. articS act on different;'-" portions of tbe bowels. The FahTlT Cathab- Itic Pill has, with da ref erence to this weilestab-lished fact, been penned from a variety, 'of tbe purest Vegetable Extract, which act a- like on ertry part of the alimentary canal, and cases where a Cathartic sis goo,? aad safe in all i needed, rah as Ds- BABOBMTS of ths 8roa acb, StBsngsss, Tau aad Sobsiss over the whole which frrauently, if ne- body, from sudden eo.J neglected, end ia a long AprxTtTB, s CBKBrtirs snr. Iwdy, Rsstlstsssss. bsab. conrce of Fover, Loss of I satiob of Cold over theje-i ache, or Weight in their. Disbabes, W o B s inP ATisM, a great Punin-I disease to which flesh i mention la thia adver CJ head, all Istlahvatobt Children or Adults, Knio bb of tb Blood aad assay Is heir, too aameroas to ttarzoect. Dou. 1 to . Price 3 Dlnaee. TnB LIVER INV1UOKATOR AND FAMILY CA THARTIC PILLS are retailed by Druggists generally, and sold wholesale by tbe trade In all the lore town. B. T. W. 8ANF0RD, M. D, Manufacturer aad Proprietor, 886 Broadway, New York Sold In Joliet by J. H. Brewa, E. M. Bray, Geo. n. Wooprntf and J.MeCann. (Sept 13-al3Iy Furniture Store. M1 ICHAEL SEBASTIAN woa.d respeetfnlly Infora tbe citizens of Joliet and vicinHr. that be keena al ways on hand, at bis aew stand, oa Joliet street, near th Rock Island Railroad Depot, the Inrreat aad best asiacAnS stock of furniture ever offered ia Joliet, and at lower pri ces than aay competitors dare to seli, for cash. Ul stock coo sin is of HWsor, flag, Cane and Sprinc-batlom OAatVs, BrtaJrfaM, Dtninj, Card, Ckntrt and Akaaa 2 tuxes, common Irwn and Wmnt Sinmt, Jenny Lind, Oaxaat, aaa JmABedaUmd, Scfat and Divans, csery daKriptwn. Bvreams, BosA easat, Sideboardt and Secretaries, Tffinamfi. Oradirx, Mocking cAotrs, Cupttoards and Wardrobe, Matrasses, Pilkmm, Looking Glasses, and many other artidet fee aamci'sai to mention. Llkewls always oa hand and made to order, a well se lected stork of Coffin of every deseripUoe. A Hearse will be alwaya on hand, and funerals will be attended with promptness. All work ordered aad repairing done on tb shortest notice, and in the beet workmanlike manner, as he keeps none but tbe best workmen. Thankful for the liberal patronage bestowed oa sae. for tbe last five year In this city, I have tb fnll confl dene that I will give universal aaUafacUoa to my old a well a new customers hereafter, any my motto is, net to be undersold by no competitors. MICHAEL SEBASTIAN, Jeliet-st, near Kock Island Railroad Depot. Sept. 15- al J BISSELL & H ATH, REAL ESTATE AGENTS, OFFIOii UPON Chicago Street, Sear Cass, Jellet, f ILL buy and sell Era Estate and City Lots, apes wiuniui, terms. We are now offering for sale tb following described property: A House and Lot upon Hickory street, A House and two lots upon Broadway street. Two Houses and Iota npon Chicago street. We will sell the Riascll Hotel on favorable term, aa third down, tbe balance on long time. ALSO Lot in all parts of the city. ALSO, Three improved Farms near Joliet. One improved Farm, two and a half mlls soeth Naimville, with gnud l-uilriinirs. Particular attention will be given to tb Collection of Debt, And promptly remitted. Cash advance made upon property left for sale npon commission, and npon good noLra left for collection M.C. BISSELL, GILES HEATH. Joliet, March 80, 18i8. ,41., S. O. 8 1 in O H I 8 . On Hand Again ! IOR valuable conaMrratlous, D. C.Bleeper, orenpeat . of the Store on tbe corner of Jefferson aad Otta wa streets, has sold all hi right title and Interest ia the Stock, Bock acconnt. and Notes to S. O. Slmonds, for mer occupant, who will settle all sect, against lbs Srs of D C. Sleeper. S. O. Slmonds would announce to th public, but for mer customers and friends, that he again is ready to upply Groceries and Provtslous, Cheap for Cash, t all who will call ea bim at ki oiS Stand. TERMS 1NVERABLY READY PAY. Mr. Sleeper will bo with m a abort time. and will close eccts. with ail wbo have ot settled. All inch are hereby notified to call immediately and settle. N. M. I have a Store to rent. Joliet, April 26, 18. atS-tf JOLIET MILLS. CUSTOM DEPARTMENT. "lr would call tbe attention of Farmer living at a v distance ai.d on any of f-e Rail Kce-is to thl branch of our busbies. We mill take your grist of Ten (10) Bushels and upwards, from the different depots in the city and return them the aame day (Railroad ar rangements permitting.) send your name and Railroad station by mail or well aeenred to tbe bag,directed to taW,. H0WK,HYPBAOQ. ram 7or Sale. The subscriber June Templetou, offer for sale b'S - -1 1 u 1 - n (uui ui juv acres, witn nous, Aiara ana Sheda. Situated six miles from Jolist, oa tbe Road to Chaonabon. Tbe Farm i ander th finest cultivation For particular enquire st tbe premises or of P. O'Coa nor. Joliet Ne. 44- 1m Wanted, a'HREE OR POUR PEDLER8 with teams, to a . Cultivators, for which good wage by tbe atcath or a liberal commission, on the soles will ti Allowe. iiiKauisHigaia in prepaires to rommisx about e 24tb last. Apply personally to the Sabserlberat Manhattan or address by letter through Joliet p. 0. Manhatton, Apr 1861 4&-m Trustee's Sale. w IT1$?!l?0?,th?, tweoty-foorth day of Ortober, A. D. lHfio. DavM Pan. i kt. nr. .1 . . 1 ceaaed. and Mary Ann Parr hi wife, by their certain atSWAwS rnB Sar a-4 ri n av 4nla , - . - , . ; , . -r"inTwieugea aaa reonroes la the Recorder's office of Will Coaatr aad Stat of Hit nutslu BocASU.par.lss, did coavey totsWist fJSTl the lead aad p.-aasm hereinalter Seawlb.A, In Trnet to secure the payment of a eertaia nroasiaaory note bearing ve date with said deed, for taeayeat of thesata of Taeaty-car Handred Doiiara, rabts to OoraeliasG. Vaa Hora or order, oaeaaV after 2ZZ2iyS!Z2! 'geOmeeof iZTmndZ tgned ia Joliet, Will County aad State of Ilflaoia And whereas default ha. beea amd iu tb wmeaTof rW.D'",w"c"lon " atade torn by the legal bolder of aaid Bote, to aell the prembe so coav "Td feording to the term ut tb Trmat in said deed Set forth. Now therefore public notice I hereby given, that by rtrto of the aethority eoataiaed aad given la aecore nfith the terms of aaid deed af treat, I shall ea Batnrday the thirtieth day of August, A. D. lboz, be tween the hours of on aad foar o'clock la the after noon of tbat cay at tbe North door of tb Coart Hon in Joliet, County of Will aad State of Illinois, eetl at public vend a to tbe highest bidder for cash tae aiss lee in said deed al traat seacrrUnd to wit 1 Tbe North half of the North West quarter of Secttoe No. thtrty 1 (86) in Township No.' thirty-aix. North of" Bangs No. nine (0) East of tb Third Principal Meridian containing eighty (80) acre of land, be tb aaaas more or loss, situate in tbe County of Will and Stat ef Illi nois aforesaid, together with the appartenaaors there BBlA bffkmffln, anil nil H.kl mA . M - r - - - vm,. vi mmnnjiM, and all rights of Itomeatead exemption of the aajJ pantor therein, tbelr heirs, SXOCUtort, aJmlnistra tors er assigns, - J.Ilct, August , 1882. 1 0000. trsstss. SANGEB&CO'S, IMPROVED SELF-FEEDLtG CCSN-SQELLEIX THB undersigned has beea appointed Aceat at Jo liet. for the sale of this machine, which T admit ted by all wbo bav need it or seeait In eratfoato be unequalled, poaseng all ih adVnnt2?rf Dillmaa SbUer, with tb additioa of beiag A SELF-FEEDER, thus saving the labor of two men atade of the beat material, by I-., ?L J?a 4 aarrmntad, occupying but Vttle Joliet. July 8, ISO. " " VW 'MS ft yea waat the latest sty) of Paaf tad Tests, re u rYnIjma!' " TeeefvWa rarsa. sSecAT e ,., . : 7 t, rv soeeii arwar tsaa aaaaa . t. Ua &iysjzr w,. nJ. - " d0B, aaa FANCY 0)Cl uce&andHcaadHlveredlJbaiaa. . Printed Cal Ices, CSsmbrles, Bmra aad ----- - Inga, Bedtickinc, Broad CknZrLZ mZ& Oottoa Batting, Ac - , asataiAy ),, rn"Ti5 1'bldfSt,Ce .airnrcAjr. Bar tka Etalr I Barry' Tryeonberoaa, Nobie-s Hair cul. n.. " rfoa, Baaia's PbllaeoLe, Cryetalia --'t.U,m ' PJsatrice, Jayae's Hair Tonic, Wood's HaBiwtw.aea. J.H.BAOW Sept. S I w)leal 0M tbe city of Joliet, la Pea.laat, abtachVsre, "rears .Id, star talk forehead, aaewhia aaaef 1. 7r"nS macs aorseeeltit two years old tlile sprlnr. Aay 1 will retara er a-iv infonnatinn ikm - tbey can be found. Will be liberally rewarded. , .... THOMAS O-BBIAB, May 21. 1869. (nttlm) JothaCtTt lTIoney I IMoiiej! Hloner!' PEOPLE'S BANK, STATE STOCK SECURITY BANlC KUSUVILLE BANK, aad Vf rtAsr lift nots money taken at par for JPTJ THE subscriber wfshiag to rod ace hi I I 1 Stock of FnraUnra. nMVm LU ni. I decidedly tb LAR G EST STOCK INJ0LIMT. 8OFA8. Varying la pries from $11 to M ; BEDSTatADSL From 8f M to fSt, CHAIR3, FToai M Cts to 180 aad aB ether aasd Allarslavited to call and axaaviad. rnnrillir; Mmtnanft street sraasB t Joliet, Jaaaary X, 187. CflDElTTARIIfG. TH" suberriber has roeetved, aad will kasei ea haaal X sizes aad stiles of Metallic Burial Ceo, waica ao wV rornaa t saca as may wmat theaa, Tb eatsas which tb case ar held for their Basely, da and prnxiilug aowers, fully atteetthearvaiaa. also keep s ka4 -trlas of Wood Csffiae, aad 1 SsaueaiT esas aadertakar.laattjr art w--B.- a-eea has. B- DALY, gsrwaasss. P I A If O FOBTBtt 7 k coimiruB to delivkb, mkbc vtvawt V ear Factorv, aad a ear rre ales ssAiQata ad fory Prices, Vss of em rayisiuar J"sfoaaaxt Uresxk oar only satAwawd Agent fori Mr. W. C. WOOD, a J ellot, ATI styles ef oar nnsai ass 1 i 11a a is W e solicit atteatiea to the foctTittes sBbrsi Every Farmer's daaaater. aa well as crtvi sow hav a ltaao wltaoat risk ia sa lists . as aa ether treabie. The laatraavrata, tagether with iiAssais, 1 re III Hat of prices, Ae, Aul, will he eaewa by Mr. Weed, aaa all order received throagh bim will have rvwaxAasaaa Hon. MtsTHo variatioa frsai printed rata.aw. BsrsBsaca- B.E. Bnsssii. Be,, Jtia. HAXUCI0B BBTaTBBa. fw Tors, Biarca 1, lSAS. OiTIETIIIIfa X I w Fateat Sprlaa; Bedlateaas. rpHE snberrfber hacjast received a large let ef Susie X popular Bedateada. They rem bin man of la economy and utility, I dare venture ta assart, thaa 1 other articis ef faraatare aew la market, ft fees wa with r" 'S " I 1 nsinal n I in Bin n Bis ttoa and Is acknowledged te be rt im ir aad Better Aaa rrathers or aay ether good bed. Ail arelavMed tooele and examine, as I charge nothing tar whewing g n n BC0ENB SALT. Kxchaag st, betweea Ceaal aad Biver Bsidas Joliet, Jaa. SS,la6T a Mary Elizabeth Joatw,) vs. VBill for aXverea A mem J. Jones, I 1 FF1DAVIT of tbe aea-rveideace of named defendant, Ames J. Jeae bavtae flled In Ibe office of tbe Clerk eftae aaid Ceart: II la hereby givea to Ibe aaid defraeaat AmeeJ.Jea that Mary Elizabeth Joaea th aaid eeaaptalaaat. I Sled her bill ef complaint la saM Ceart. ea the h eery ssde thervef: and tbat a samateas tbrreeasa as ed oat of aaid Conrt tn saM cause, agaiaet aaid 1 ant returnable ea the Third Menday of Marsh and that aaid caaee is aew needing la said ceart. Now nnlea yoa the aaid Amos J. Joaee, aaaH socially be and appear Before the aate Ctrcalt Ceart uf Will Onunry. on the arat day ef tbe asat tana tAwaaw of, to be held at Jelirt in aaid WHI Oewaty, ea SBST Third Mnaday of Marrh, A. D. lSe2,aad plraa. aainae. or demur to 1 he said roaiplalnanta bill ef the name and tbe matters aad things tbarsta caargeA and stated, will be taken a coaieeard by yea. aad at decree eatrred agalBat yea, accordiag la the prayer said bill of somplaiiit, B. P. BC88BLL, Clark, R- E. Babbxb, Comp's Bet, Joliet, Jan. 11. loKj. St -ear DEHTAL HOT1CB. Db. E. R. CARPENTER, TAKES pleasure la InfonatngthedUaaBasTJalMsASt vicinity, tbat a I always t be foaad at hi eld lesav tin, SC4 that hs has sscursd th esrviceaef Br.B.B. CoCHBonz, who wfl 1 be eoT-"".' i atteadaaceto fas term all operation u. he beat noaaale Bissssr. Joliet, Oct 14,166. Blt-af Laak tTBrLli KltttAI LardUO, Base Bad 1 JUBNIK8 FLUID, li phaetOtt, Wax aad Sosem Caadtea, tor tolsea.a aept. ,184a. an J- H. BROW! rara STATE OF ILLINOIS I Will Cowaty CtocaM WluCocsTT, "-lofMay term A, . John Cary 1 va BIM for afverce. BridgitCaryi AFFIDAVIT that tbe aaid Brldgrt Cary i lhsdaa la th foregoing bill ef eooipUiat, sisnsls Bar sell and evsdes srrvka ef sammoe havtag beea thnt ka the efhee f the cinrk of said Ceart. Notice is kersey gtvea to tbe said deteadaat Brhlgtt Cary that Ma Cary tbe a id complainant baa filed aai bHI ef sum plaiut in said Coart ea the Chancery aid thisnf eaat that a saanaoas tbevewpoa tatd eat ef aaid asart Sa aid esase agalnet aaid defoadant retaraabie ea the third Menday ef May next aad that said ceaa Is Beat pending tn said eonrt. And aslras yea tea said Brianr it Cary shall r croon ally he aad appear Before Ska sna Circuit Court of W ill Coaaty la said Baal ea the Bros day of tbe (aid May Tern I hereof t he held at Jeaw. ia saM n 111 uaaty ea tae taaa atoavaay m auay A. ISOl tnt plead, aaswer er anaar An It bill of complaint, the saaie Bad the thinrs t hernia cbs rgrd aad stared will 1 eonfeasad by yoa aad a Otero surid agafeet yea cording to the prayer ot ssm oui t ssmsiaiat- Tbo'a. P- H rvca swa, Cozap's BeL Joliet March, 17th A. D, lt E If O B A T I M PKIBTTiaO. ABB PliATX COPPBB. rynniAi aad Notarial Seals, Bants. WsAdiea W! 'MMsadklJS aaa, WsAdiea execated aad st price yi . ttJwi nfiha. I lit L Engraving Otto ever B, . "tTawava th Coart Hoasa, -mm.?nrm joiiet, iu. w. a FAiaTr0-lr Order for Utaegrapkl Work, aea to aa tSr"T tiee aad icaat My ht? ta OVAKD1ABTV MAVB. RATI 0T ILUBOda, 1 Will Ossbtt. i TIT vwSaeef a eonial erasr af ta 1 li at Wfli Oeuatv. Mtarrd a tb Jeae A. D. 188b, ea the appltoaiioe at she aaa, eaardiaa at DaaM a Uis Iiisib. Jeans B. sea aad Jsaa D. BeaaWnss, aaiaers as sell tae fiat I lowing Asactibed real state hssoaglag to satd aataeaa. sttaals ia the Ooaaty ot Wfll aad Stale af intosSs, aa 7 wibtb aasiividedK eftae foliewiaa Least A tkt- . Lot T A 8 B. la Lets I 8 B. IV Bast Janet the . at -lt B. 4 Bowea' AddiMea to JeMst, aad AW , aadivided yA K U Sea. Ml SA ILle IMt.k M,aUabext to the Aowwr af the BadavAxBsd, ri shall oa the 10th Aay efJahy aert, titwus the aeaae , ot 10 e'oiock A. M, aad 4 o'clock P. M, ef aaU ear, 1 he said real aetata, aSsaaUeaaie, at BWs Asae eftae '. Court Heoat in the city of Joiirt, as the aia-aataa4 . best hliitsr. Tsrwaof salo as foiiewai aaa tAdrdasaai . ta haad, h leans ta eaa aod two yssss to equal ateuta, with per cent tatsrest. Bote aad anal oa the si imins for the aaaatd Bwrohaae bbbb be rosairsd ef the lasihssai l aseat stsar ef er aad let ne0 wWi he aaySt Utae aeawaas the day of sale. HELEN A. HEXDBBBQK BJBAjAjaB SS 'an 80, llm. The above sal la adjaaraat to the Stk aa of Mm' !Tet Bext, to taka piece at la aasae taae aT Say aa4 P'r- HELEN A, H BKBEBBON. TO THI BUBcraUIBJ F THB bTIIsI coditt map. GKSTLXMXN -W tax this method ef!ankc yoa tbat the New Mea ef WiU Oaaty, is aew ready for delivery, that we stall nmssTi to datrve them withoat delay. Oae af the Arm will sail ea. yoa personally, aad ws ho- the ftiiiads Of the anise -aria will be ready 10 receive the Bases. Bsaystf fully years. B. H. BURBA 8 A J. YAM VBCHTBaT. Joliet, Jaly 1, 1808. P.B. Sabscnb.rs te thl bbbb vriTl aMIae as aw- leaving ta pne at u suas must xnear faattites t absent, so that It saay oe. ascoad thaa. NOTICE. I forbid aay r-Vson frnn. lrvfar a eat. Aatad-Ama miAKagBedPaitersoa Vdrewerta,as txU- a fraudoi' at Bote and I vroat pay Is. Joit, epc. IS, ej. J.i .O.PATT8w. Stray Colts. J S-TI.ATID from the premises ef the aheerfber aa -IbVToVb al Jackaoa, abeat the aslAdle of Clebar lut, two coil. eae Ughtsorrel mar colt hit mas lrrs old; lbs other a yrliag vrol bees eei. aaaaaiaVt amiisr.