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Fiom All lhe"Yer Enrind. AILKKN ABOQW' '' 'When like the early rooe, Aileen arooD, lianty in childhood glows Aileen mood, When Tike a diadem. Bud! blush around the stream, Whleh la lli fairest gem? Aileen aroon. Is It the laughing eyef Alteon aroon. Is It th timid sight J Allsrn aroon, " It It th tender tonef Foft the stringed harp's moan T No; it'll Troth alone, , . Aileen aroon. I know a valley fair, Aileen aroon, I know a cottage there, ,r ". . ' Alleva aroon. For in that valley shade, I know a gentle maid, Slower of the hazel glade, Aileen aroon. Who in the song ao sweet ? Aileen aroon, Who In the dance ao fleet f Aileen aroon, Pear are her charms to dm, . Drarer hi r laughter free, 1 Iiearest her constancy, Aileen aroon. , -, Yunlh mnst 'ltlr time decay, Allien aroon, Beauty must fade away, ' ' ' Aileen aroon, Cattle are sacked 111 war, Chieftains are wittered far, V Truth is a fixed star, Aileen aroon. I'urk and Pie. Pork and pie have a great deal tc an swer fur in this coun'rv. ind we wind mi st heartily tbat (be ( Id Jewish law regarding the former could be oleervtd by our peo- Tl0' Few peron have aie-speuve nrgnns oi eofficient strength to ruaHter this meHt, and whither we ent it b.iled, roasted, or fried, or more indigestible atill, in the sharje of euuoge meat, it is iilnit st certain to rebel gainst us. It ia seldom that we ever use thin kind of food in our family, but we had lb curiosity the other day to ascertain bow tnuoh fat or grease was contain d in two big d')ggy-loukinp; sausnges, weighing half a pound. The result was that over two table spoonful of clear lard was extrno ted from these two sausages, alone. We bave frequently seen mco and women t in, eating tliiai ajrt of diet, and hare hoard them complain that "it did not sit very well," We should think not. A table spoonful of lard between the sen sitive coats of the stomach is not apt to in duce the most delightful sensations, and those persons who persist iu using pork iu any share, would find tbeoiselv et much better off without it. :; . ' Down with the sausage! Let us bare no mate of it ; it Las created enough dis tress already, and we hope it will disap pear from our table entirely. We are borne out in our dislike of pork by medical testimony of high character. Kepeatedly have physicians declared that it was unwholesome, and so on; but the peoyla cauuot relinquish tbo forbiddon food. W e are down oa pie, too ; not bewever in so great a degree as we condemn pork Pies, made in the proper manner, are not necessarily unwholesome, but in the bands of ordinary cooks they are tremendous weapons of offence. The unwbulesomenees f pies arisrs mainly frjtu the quantity of butter (short ening) employed in the pantry. Fruit baked between crusts ia not unhealthy, but the erust itself ia, and lies heavily on the stomach. The butter turns s.,ur, give fiatulanoe and creates distress generally in persons of ordinary digestive force. In the country everybody euts pie ; at morning, n.on and night there is a deluge of pie, which old and young engerly attack. The little children cry for it, and the old ones demand it ; and we heard with horror, on one oasasioo, a woman say she bad baked seventeen pies for one week. Vllow many are there io your family ?" we asked. "Two," said she. Comment is superfluous. Here are two persons who eat seventeen pies in a week, quite as a matter of course. They were ul.vuyti sighing and com plaining; the htubani was d wncast ai d unhappy and always taking tonk-e, aod they were at a loss to imagine why life wus so commonplace end dull. We ven tured to suggest that eeveuteen pies bad aome responsibility in the matter, but were met with scorn and derision. This is r.jt a solitary case ; we might cite mauy others and if the reader lives in the country his observation will bear us unf in our statement. Pie is a good thing in its way, but it is not a household god, and to live upon it is to bo dispeptic and full of all manner of trouble. The man who introduced pie and pork ai articles of diet has a great deal to an swer for ; and consumers of of such edibles have usually a heavy doctor's bill to settle annually. Scientific American. Edllin e a Paper. Editing a paper is a very pleasant buni Deit, IF it o jntuine tun niucli political mat ter, peopla won't date it. If it coutaics too little thev won't bave it. , .If the type is large it don't contain ennugh reading matter. If the type ia email they can't real It. If we publieh telegraph reports folks eav they are nothing but lie. If we omit them, they say we havo no enterprise, or euppres tbcta fur political effect. If we have in a few joked, folks say we are nothing hut a ratlb-head. If we omit j ikes, they say we are ao old fosil. If we publish original matter, they damn us for not giving selections. If we publish selections, fulke isy we ate laxy for not writing mure and giving them what they have not read in some oth er paper. If we give a man complimentary notices, we are partial. If we do not, all bands say we are a greedy hog. If we insert an artiule which pleases the ladies, men become jtaluus. If we do pot cater to their wishes, the paper is not fit to have in their home. If we attend church, they say it is only for effect. If we do not, they denonnee us as de ceitful and "3peratf ly wicked If we apeak well of any net of the Presi dent, folks sny that we dare not do other wise. If we censure, they call us a traitor. If we remain in the office and attend to business, folks say e are too proud to min gle with our felliws. If we go out, they soy we never attend to business. If we do not pey all bills promptly, folks say we are nut to be trusted. - If we do pay prompt, they say we etole the money. If we wear poor clothes they say busi ness in poor. If we wear good ones they say we are a spendthrift. Now. what is a poor fellow to do T Rather nnezpected was the reply of the urchin who, on being arraigned for play ing cards on Sunday, and sternly asked, "Do jmb know where those little boyejro who play marbles on Sunday 1" replied in-D-oently "Tee ; some on 'em goes to the common, aod aome o 'em goes down by tide the riv4 He can hardly Le prepared to enter the world of spirits wb" 'jumbles .t the thoughT of eQCoaateriujj; 4ju: a solitary Khoat. Illinois State eumlaijr, Jellet, III. CA EY OEND riKK, Maoulactorers of Barrella, tnmbr Wgou, Buggies, Wheat Berrwoa, Ac, Ac. Sealers in Dimension and Building Stone. Provisions, Cattle and Producer all kiadsconstaat ly a-antad. W A N-T E D Stftvet aikI Hoop Poles. We are prcplred4o make contract for any quantity of Stave and Hoop Poles, to be delivered at the Peni tentiary during the winter, for which the highest mar ket price will be paid. An extra price will be paid for Hickery polea delivered immediately. C'SEY A HENDRICK. 8-nl.ll.lRRO. is-'y N ASilf E W shoe:' BOOT STORK FERDINAND PAESOLD, 1- Would call the attention of the citizens of 1 Juliet aud vicinity, that ho has opened Boot and Shoo Store, ou th c rn r of Bluff and Cross sis., near the Middle Bridge Where will be und a large and well selected aa oi-tmeut of 'Women's, Mlsaea'a, and fhlldreB'i Calf, Goat, and Enambeled Shoes: Alao CuiLDKsa'a Corexa-JirrxD Shoes. an hinds nfMen'a. Bov's. end Children' Boots and Shoea made to order at the shortest uotioe aud of the beat stork in the market. Itemeniber the place, on Bluff and Cross sti. Joliet. Oct. 16, 18U). nl8- GRKENKBAOl & FOREMAN, roan and Discount Office, No. 43 SOVTtl CLARK STREET, tJ staius, CHICAGO. TT OAK Money upon Rsal Estate and Collafeiot 1 J hne and abort time, liny nd Sell First-CI Musi 11-91 Paper and Securities. Receive Monies f Inveatinent. EUAS URiANlBAtH. OEtlUABD TORFMAR, Notary Tab REFERENCES. linn. Mark Skinner Chicago. L.C. l'iuv Fieer, Esti, " L"tlicr Haven, " Hon. Amos Tnck, Boston, Mas. Coffin 8. Mn.wu. Kaq.. Peekakill. New York. E. M. Van Klerck, Pi OAkkecpaie, Nrw York EATING HOUSE Ko, T Jeflreten Street, Joliet, III. Warm Meals and Cold Lunch at all hours. BILL OF Oysters str-ed per rlox. 2Ac do fried do 2dr do raw do 2oc BeefStenkA Coffee, 2Hc Pork Stenk A Cotfte, 20c Mutton chop do 20c Pie and Cheese. Joliet. Nov. 12. 1861. V A R E I Hum, Krh A CofiVe Cold roast Chicken, Cold corned Beef, Cold roaat Bwf Old boiiod Ham, Tea and Toast, C. B. KIMBELI; JUST RECEIVED A Large Supply of KEROSENE OIL AND LAMFS LINSEED OIL. MACHINERY OIL, OIL TURPENTINE BURNING FLUID, AND ALCOHOL, WHITE aud BLACK LEAD, JAPAN AND TARNISHES, At Dr. J. SrCANN'8, North East corner of JefTerscn t Chicago Sts. T"rmi! strict' Iv rnh. Joliet. feptlii, lfcGl. Illinois HMutuai FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. WITH A SUCCESSFUI, BUSINESS EXPERIENCE OF OYER 22 TEARS Capital. Louses Paid, $1,000,000. $700,000. TNSTEAD of the prrfitt for simi-annual dividends, in addition to premiums, usually drawn from the In sured. ly stock Companies, to pay Eastern Stockholm er. the rates in the Illinois Mutca!. are so enuitnl arranged a- only to require from the Members aitffl. cic!t money to pay. with crtainty, all Loa-ea and e penae. The Premium Notes, now amounting to over fie Milhmi of iDillnrt am secured I'V a lien npon the prorierty inaured. valued at over Ten Millions. This ample Fund e-fforda sure guarantee for the pay ment of every Iofh the security being all located ir 11 inois, and euhji ct to our own laws. No policies are iasned out of this State. The Members are subject to no liticMion all loaeea beinp adjusted by agreed arbi tration. All loawa cashed within ninety days, that occur uuder Policies paid yearly In advance. BOARD OV DIRECTORS. B. K. Hart. Lvnian Trumbull, Robert Smith. Samnel Wade. Elins Hihhard, Timothy Tuner J.V.Schwepple, B. 1 . Oilman. II. W. Billings, Itenj. r . 1-oiiK L- hellenwrcer, Henry Uea. F. A. Hoffman, JohnAtwoud, M. Q. Atwoud, OFFICERS. M. G. AT WOOD. President. L KELLENBERGER, Treaaurer. ard Special Ag-nt. JOHN ATWtKID, Secretary. JotinBlaii"loll.Gei..Ai't., J. E. llotvurd, Aes'tUen. Act A4"Local Ageuis at every county town in the State. BISSEL.L, & HEATH, Agents, Joliet, Sept. 1,1861. nl2 PEOPLES PENSION, BOUNTY MONEY AND WAR CLAIM OFFICE DKYDER, COOK etc CO., of CaiCAnn, pro Disabled Soldiers. O cure Knions for Wouudcd and Seamen aud Marines of the present War. and for Wid ows and Orphan Children of those who have died oi been killed while in service. Alao Bounty Money and Arrears of Pay for Widows or other heirs of deceased coliiiera. The heirs of all SoMierswho have volunteered dnring this present war for two or three years, or during the war and have died or teen killed while in the service. are entitled to Onr Hundred Dollart Bounty Monty, and an Arrtart or jvy. Invalids, disabled by wounds received or disease contracted while in the service are entitled to inrulid Viuumi, whether they entered the service for three months or the war. AH who are entitled to nensirms or Bounty Money or bave any Claims against the Government or Slate arriving Irom the War, will receive all necessary Infor nation and advice concerning their prosecution by caiuug on J. H. SEDOWTCK, Agent at Joliet, for Synder, Cook A Co., at hia Office over Stoue's Store, Jeflcrseu St. Slay 13, 1SG2. c4 AUBURN HOUSE, JOLIET, ILL., (FORMERLY CENTRAL HOTEL,) HAS BEES THOROUGHLY REFITTED AND newly furnished. It ia centrally located In the bitsiueaa part of the city, and contiguous to either of the Railroada. nnd will be kept with a special regard to secure a share of the travelling public aa well as ot the farmers who do hnaiuesa in towu. The ab ye named House will be opened for the ac commodation of those who maj favor it with their pat- tronage, on vveiiiieauay ttie zsth oi the pieaent week. There are good Barns on the premises, acd as soon as possible will he tree open sheds. CA AUSTIN. Joliet, may 26, 1862. nSltf Guardian' Sale. "VOTICE is hereby given that by virtue of a decretal iv order niar.e and entered by the County Court of Will County, in the State of Illinois, at the April term thereof A. D. ISM. the undersigned Andrew H. Shref- fler. Guardian of Barbara J Vauderaall. Minnie D. Van- deraall. Francea K. Yandersall and Ora May Vauderaall minor children and heirs at law of Daniel Vanderaall late of said county deceased, will on the Brat day of May A. D. 18t3, between the hours often o'clock AM. and five o'clock P. M.on that day, at the north door of we l,onrt iiouae in satd county, sell at pulilic tendua to 'he hiKheat bidder for cash, all of the iutereatuf my aald wards, being the entire interest in and to the fal lowing described real estate situate in aaid county, to wiu Lota five and six (5 AO) in hlock one (1) In Elibu Corbin's Addition to PlainBeld, and lot twenty-one (21) in 0. J. Corhiu's Subdivision of a part of the noith west quarter of Section lifte n. Township thirtv-eix North Range nine east 3d P. U. subject to the widows right of dower therein. A. II SUKKr KLEB, Oaardian as aforesaid. Joliet, April 21, 1803. n45 ST. LOUIS ALTON AND CHICA GO RAILROAD. Riciivxa't Onto, Cbicaoo, Iu. Oct. 17, 1862. Notice la hereby given to all persona holding vouch ers for wool furnished tb St. Louis, Alton and Chi cago Railroad Company, sinned D. 8hrtnan, Agent, and for which payment ia ordered in decree of toe United States Circuit Court of toe Northern District of Illinois of the SOth November, 1869. that th bal ance nnpaid on raid wood haa been deposited in aaid Court, and by iu order will be paid and distributed to claimant or their attorney on presentation of toe proper vouchers to the undersigned. JAMES R0BB, Special Receiver. IP you want the In teat style cf l'&uu and Vests, go to ' WlUa COUNTY DRUG & BOOKSTORE, No 8 Jefferson street, JOIilKT, "IMINOIS. VrXWON HANK, a complete moik of fresh and pore 11 Vauob xi Mkdicisss : I'm w ises amd i.wlobs for Medicinal purposes; A Fine A8SOTMET0rAilcT AMD TCX-ET ARTI.JJ.fc4l i flatr, Tooth and Nail Itrualiea. one hundred different kind of Toilet fcoap, Iimr nia, runiauea, ixiioguua, Perfumery In endless variety, every deaerip of Combs. Pazors and Itazor Streps, Pcrte Monaia, Ac Ac- Books nnti Stationery, cocalatinKof a very lsrse Mock of Biauk Booka, Account Hooks, Kecorns, i ass iin.i;s- uiarles and Memorandum Hooka. Pens. I'areT, Envelouca. and everV mh.. kinl n ecnooi ana uince ciationery, with a large supply of Tlavine pnrehaaed niv nresertl atork In A rhrnn Mar. , a cao couuueuiiy ojier to nil wno may tavor me with Uietr patronage, nnuaualiy rnuonable and lilwral terms. lonei, uec. , l6t. n2o-'.y B. M. BUAY. T Justices or the I'eace & Constables. 1 LL kinds of Jtutices' and Constables' BLANKS, fot J sale at I .loliet, Dec. 0,1856. n2A WESTERN OFFICE 5 r.A srTri. W WW w mm FLORENCE SEWING MACHINE Co. Are desirona of estahlishins efficient Local Agenta throughout the country. With a small investment of capital a prnnvablc buineaa can readily be established. ror iuriner particulars address the undersigned forcir cuiar ana sample or work. . c. MASON, Uea'l Wesfn Agqnt, 1'24 Laka-st. Chicago. Machlnea on exhihii ion at the Store of S.W.Stone A Co. Call aud exauilue. D. II. PERR1GO, A cent Jan C, 1S63 tor Joliet aud viciuitr. SAND FOR SALE. prpjmred tu di'livcr any amount f En rid, on thw Bliortv-at nut ice MvSHml tlic lst fur nil kinds of Mmottrv nnd t'lHwt.-riiic : and I would ntno tact th.it 1 Am prp.arft to nmke coiittarts tor all kind? of Mu-on- ry nd rto tti fmni in a wrrKmnn like ntauncr, aud no hnrimng. IleK roiue mv nurk. Uu4ideiice, curucr ot Jell. -radii mid Mirlilfcnn Mrevta. W m. WKKNKR, Cuutractoraud Jtullder Jolirt, 111 , Aig.5, 18C2. D.S-t NOTICE ESTATE OF ETHAN WETIIERREE DECD. PI'Kl.li: notice ia hereby given, that ou the 3rd Monday of March next, (being the loth day of sain muiitu ) we snail attend tietore the Uonnty Cuurt ot n in county, at the L'ourt House in Mm city of Joli et, for the purpose of settling anil adjusting all claims against the eabtte of Ktban Mctherhee, lata of said county, deceased, wheu and where alt claimants are notified and requested to attend and present their claims in writing against aa .iratate lor ailjustmeut. All persoua indebted to said estate, are also request ea io maKe payment to theuiiiierstpned without delay. rKA.'tUlSUIHIUNPKKD MAHKHKP WETUERP.EE. Dated Jan. 20, 18C3. lu34-6) Execntors. NOTICE. ESTATE OF DAVID O. GR0TER, DECD. TURLIC notice ia herel-v iHren. tbat nn tb tbii-H X Monday of Jan. next, (oeing the 19th day of aaid month.) 1 sliall attend before the County Court of Will County, at the Court llouae in the city of Jolii t, for the purpose of settling and adjnnting ail claims aeainst the estate of David G. Grover late of said County deceased, when and where all claimants are notified and requested to attend and present their claims in writing against said estate for adjuatnient. All persons indebted to aaid estate, are also rtanaat- ed to make payment to the undersigned without delay. tL,lid s. UUOYEK, Admx. Joliet. Nov. 2 j, 1862 2i-6w NOTICE. ESTATE OP HANNAH IIALLAWAT, DECD. TJUIU.IC notice is heroby given, that on the Third 1 Monday or April rext, (being the 20tn day of said month.) weiiiall attend before the County Court ol Will Connty, at the Court House in the city of Joliet, for the pnrpose of settling and adjusting all claims againstthe estate of Ila.inih lliilluway lateof said Conn ty deceased, when and where all claimants are notified and reqnested to attend and present their claims in writing against aaid estate for adjustment. All persona indebted to said estate, are also request- a to matte payment to me undersigned without delay. iiawo uauia vfAx, fxecutors. 7ated Feb. 16, 1863. n37-6w TAX SALE NOTICE. NOTICE is heiehy given that at a sale of; delinquent lands and lota, for the general taxes of the year 1S0Q. in W ill County and State of Illinois, duly made by the Treasurer of said county, on the 24th day of June, A. D. 1801. for the taxes aforesaid and costs, then remaining dueand nnpaid thereon, the undersigned purchased 80 acres W hf N EqrS.2ST.3SR 10 E, and the VI (ex K qr WVof Lot S Block 18 School Sec tion Audition to Joliet, all iu aaid connty, and that the time of redemption thereof from said sale will ex pire in two years from aaid sale. R. . BARBER. Starch 3d, 1863. 39-3w U. S. STAMPS. - ALL kinds of United States Receive Stamps for sale at the Recorder' Office in Joliet, by Wrch 17, 1813. B. F. RUSSELL. TO Rent. A Carriage Shop n Chicago t form erly occupied by J. it. Bailey. Enquire of W. W. STEVENS- Pocket Book Lot JN thk city April 1st. forfait ing frrm $7 to $10 in hilW and pnatnge chf-cka. The finder will be liber ally rrw.rtded by ieavinp it at :bi ofjice. J. t AILEV. i Vai C rivN X VtkXV s x r Vs?A' Vf x X V 16S : . 1859. SlnJlJIIiK ARRAGEMEKT. 3 MICH 1GN CENTRAL R.R. VIA JOLIET C V T-O f F . THROCC n ronte from JOI.IET to NIAO A RA PALLS, Buffalo. Rochester, Syracuse, Elmira, Bingnamton, Albany, Troy , fpringtield, Worcester. NEW YORK, BOSTON, And all points in the New England State. TO Toroxto,Ki5otox. Oor.rM.Mo!niEi.nd all PoiuUio Canada, EaetofNorthoru New England. Trains leave .Toilet daily. Sundays excepted, as follows: .1U p.aMV York at uosrroH cxpREsa, arrive at Detroit 10 a. v.; Suspension Bridgeor Buffalo, 100 r. u. ; Albany, 10.45 A. u.; New York, tu p. it. ; Boston, 11 P. M. 5.10 p. M. CincrssATi and U'Cinni.L Expresh. arrive at La Fnvctto.o 1 A. u.; liidinnitiH.lis, 4.50 A. Cin cinnati, 9.no p. .; Louisville, 4.00 p. Mand New Abany at3.au P. m. Both Trains conni-ct at Paris with the BUFFALO & LAKE HURON RAILWAY, To nullum, alio ajl points East. The 6-30 A M Train connects at Detrott with steamers for Cleveluiid; and thence by Railroad for all points eat. Ibtitcacc checked throiigh to Susnenaion 111 i.lu-e and Buflalo, and clu cks exchanged on the cars to all Points r.a.n. Through Tickets car. be had at all Railroad Offices in the North aud Wept. C. KNOW LTON, Sup't Joliet Division. Joliet May 25, lsi9. n40-tf Gaard Againat Fall and Winter Flrea BY CHOICE INSURANCE WITH THX INCORPORATED 1819 CHARTER PERPETUAL. CASH CAPITAL. $1,500,000, A880LVTK AND "MHPAIRED. Net Surplus of $942,11.?3, And the prestige of 40 Years success aud experience. UPWARDS OF $12,000,000 Of lows have lieen paid by the .Etna Insurance Com pany in the paet 40 years. The value of reliable Insurance will be appareut from the following LOSSES PAID BY THE JETNA During the pa?t Five Years: Ohio $4!tl.620 So Wisconsin, 109,055 07 Michigan, Indiaua, Illinois. Tennessee. Kanaas A Neb. $158,043 81 l-4n,tf'. ai 448.327 41 97.549 21 utucky, 4.a.:n iv Miaaouri. SS4..-il8 d4 owa A Minn., 101.3W9 4ii , 19.945 Putin.. A va., ol.i.'.io Arkun.aa A Ga., 2:1.945 09 Uisaisxippi and Aluhnma, 18 Fire and Iitlaml Navigation Risks accepted at terms couaistcnt with solvency and lair prout. Especial attcnticn given to Insurance. of Dwellings auu i-omtui. lor ictwa uu to a yeura. The solid service lone aud successfully tried, and the manv ailvantne-a iJ-'tna Ineuraiire Company poa- ratat-s in its line, should not be overlooked by those ready to insure and uuiIiik:hiii1iii; their bei uiiereaia. Dnriiis strincut timea" thu necea.-,ity lor reliaDiv lusuiancc becomes an imperative dutv the ability or property owuers to sustain lossbeiug then much less nel. Aseucieain all the principal cities and towns through nut the State. Policies i-eoied without delay, by any oi the duly authorised Agents of the Company. 4sV- BuHinhm attended to witli di-spatch ann nileiity jtiijbA at uiiuii.n, Agcnu. Joliet, Sept. 27, isr.o. nl5-ly Peoria marine and Fire Ins Co. CHARTERED 1857 Til IS Company continues to issue polices on Marine, Inland Eavigatios, Tka;sfoiitatio' and rial Kibes, at reasonable rates. CAPITAL, - - - (500,000 OFFICERS: ISAAC TJXDERHILL, Pres., J. L. T.BOULAND Y. P, C. Ill H.LAN D. Secretary. Ul HECTORS : Isaac Usnr-rjuLL, P. Holland, B. L. T. Bockland Klt'HAltli ttBEOO, YlU. lNN, JoHS I. C ISOLDS. J'ANCEL HOV.E. A. H. TVNO, TltEADOkE 1'XKBV. tv 11 " M f. i iiLra, JU. A ILlUO.-V, Ll. JUOLLAND. OiiAKLiS Holland. Ofllcc 39, Slain Stacet. 'piIE following ia the report of the business of this 1 oftice for the past year, showing its condition on th ..lbl day of March, at which time the Capitol was incraaa. eu to juu.iHn.i: the wuote amount or wtnen ButaicrilMsd and f !Un,oou paid in. In new otour lacreaaed facilitiea for untniE a h-avy buaiuess. and alao the large additional aecurily we oiler to ouraeutitouicra. givino;ttiia oomnanv a baaia sitcoud to none other, we therefore look for anil expect a vory luree increase of blisiuess. It will evi he th.. uiui ul the company to so houoratuy conunci au their ailuiraaa to merit the patronage of the insuring public, uur course imnerto auirpteu regaraiug th aiuatuient of Iomcb muy be sufficient guarranty for on Drouilituesri and lilierahty in theluture .Amount inaureu the puat year, s,4,u::o,ZMB.tM Keceived pri-liiiuiiia on aiime, 40,015,lt Interim and exchange balance, ll.SG7,4L Paid losses and expousos, iil,go4,9l LIABILITIES Oapitnl stock, $100,000.0X1 976.0C Itlila rnviitiie. All other debts estimated, ASSETS. Hills receivrble. amply secured, having from o to cu uuya io run. Heal estate.' Bice building, Ac, 127,930,.98 6,lau,0( 13.133,8f Caah on hu.ln, and due from Agents and city customers, Amount of losies in process of adjustment $2,400,0' Amouut oMosmcs re-iated by the company, uoue. Amount of lusses adjusted, due aud hot paid, nnna. PETE It LANCE, Agent, OfTico, Shaw's Store, Jefferson St., Joliet. WIIEELEll & WILSON'S SEWING MACHINES! WITH NEW IMPROVEMENTS, AT REDUCED TRICES ! THE Wheeler A Wilson Jlauufiicturitig Company Having gained all their Suits at Law, With infringing manufacturers of Sewlnc Machines, propose that the public shall be beneht"d thereby, and have accordingly Reduced the Rices of their Saving Machines After thia date they will be sold et rates that .will pay a fair prutit on tbeeueiof niauufhcture, capital in veetcd. and cxpi'iiae of making sales; such prices as will enable tuem to make first class machines, aud as heretofore, guuruntee them in everv particular. MRS. l.T. iULl.SPAUCII, Nov. 27, 'CO-nliltf. Agent, Juliet. III. Imprisonment Tor Violation of Injunc tions in it-lliiig dewing Machines. MR. JOSEPH THORN has been arrested by the United States Marshal, and lodged in Eiilridge stret jail, for violating an injunction by selling aew InK mncbines. Ou motion of lieorge (tifford, Esq., an attachment was erauted by Jurice Smally, in the Cnited States Court, against the defendant, for aellin I sewing macbiiiee, iu violation of an injunction iasued aeainst .him, on the patents owned by the Wheeler A W ilaon Manufacturing Company, and the G rover A Ba ker Sewing Machine Company, and known aa the sew ing machine feed patent. Violating the order of Court ia rather a serious matter, as it renders the offender liable to punishment by Cue and inipi isunment New York Times. sti-tf HIT IITIUIHIEI OFFICE. No. 11 SOUTH FOURTH St, SAINT LOUIS, MO. Establibhed for the benefit of strangers coming to St. Louis iu search of SICK OU WOUNDED, and for persons living at a distance who can wilte to the Army Intellipence Oflice and obtain reliable infor mation of any soldier that enlisted in the State of 1 llinoit, Indiana, Ou'o. Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin Minnesota, Kentucky and Missouri. ' CORRECT INTELLIGENCE will be given of any oldiei from tlio above States, whetlier Sice, WonxnED, Kiuxd ob takes PriscSE, and io wliat bat tles he may have been engaged, aud where hi r-i-nient is statioued. Information will alao be given of the condition of any akk or wounded soldier in St. Louis. Louaville Cincinnati. Nashville, Mooud City, or auy Hospital in the Western Department; and where those killed in luitllc.or havo died from their wounds, are buried and where those taaeu prisoners are confined. ' This Is the only Army Intelligence Office In the Department of the Missiaappi, or Western Bennrtment, and information of soldiers from any of the above States can be given at any time by calling or writing to the Army Intelligence Office. 8 , 1 Persons writing, will please give the nam of the soldier, what Slate lie enlisted in. and the number of hia regimeut. Charge for any kiud of army Infor mation will be Two Duli AKs. and aty ptrsuu tm-Uino will pl-atf. enclose the amount, in order to ttcurt alttnr tian ta their inquiries. Aaareas: Army Intelligence Office. St. it in ear P. O. Box 1848. InSO ly DIVIDEND SOT1CE. " JUIKT PLANK ROAD COMPANY QJT0CK HOLDERS in the above are hereby notified .k' V J! mTin .rf ,b" Wrr5,or. December 30th 18C-2, the following action was taken: "Revived That a dividend of Five (S) Doiar, p,r share, be and is hereby declared, on the foil paid shares of this company, payable in ca-h, under direction of the Treasurer, at the office of the Superintendant In Joliet, on and after January 6th. 1863. ln Attest. HORATIO ITILL R N. B. Unclaimed dividend of April 1861. wdlii. be paid as above. ' ul Juliet. Jan. &th,18f.. TC. WOOD, gnpt, tray Cow. STRAYED freMfc4sity,abmtte 1st Jnly Mt, yellow Cow, short horn, small bead, i about eiaht yeeraold. Whoever will return hnr to A McNerav in Joliet. or give information whoro-ane Bay be found will be paid for their trouble. ' uaaa ! iMALL at DOOI.ITTI.E'S and get one of those axoel- i V' K-nt Sih0 Maciukbs. ; WARI'Wlttll WAR II I VA IO iriB KNJFB ON mOU PRICig. FURNITURE. WHOLXSALt Atn HETAIL. rpiIANEFUL to Ui emeroua Pukii. fn- ,.,. ... , J. patronage during the put year, I now renewtbe srarance, that I Intend to keep on hand a complete as- FCRNITTJhE," And further, that I will sell it'at all timaaL at tk. m J i-i H- on cost, io my cuatouiera. "Small jjioiiu. inurn, IS my Biollo. " w " "" wiu oe niade to order and "War ranted. My stoclt consists In part of Chaira of .llkir,.. do., Sofaa, Pivana. Bun-aus. Stands. Secreuriea, Ac VNDKRTAK1NU promptly attended to, and a hoarsa ready at all times. Ailaramvitea to call and examine my stock, as I harge notntog for showing my gooda. Joliet, August 6th. CHRISTIAN IIECHT. fiEUMAM APOTHECARY AND DRUC STORE. TnE suhacriber take pleasure in announcing to lie citirciia of Joliet and vie nitv. that at hia n...!.' on RliilT St.. one door south of Beaumont's, formerly oc CUDieil liy Anoa. ivinuey, ne naa opened anil la at the moat reaaonable ratee. a fresh A coa.plote e.tock of DRCOS, PATENT MF.DICEXES. DYE-STITPS, PKR- tu.'if'.-i iimriir..!, ri.uiu, "IMS AND BRANHY Por Medical nnrr.. .f Prcacrl lit Ions are Prepared at all hcn.. i nay aim nutm, mcyn, yi,j, wimlil b.-rahy aolicit a liberal share of putronii-c, bring a graduate of I'lmrma cy and Chemistry i,f the Vniveraity of Viena, Austria, Known as oae oi me nrar oi tin one. Imvine nut .. last 16 yetrs practical Apothecary and Chemist in dif- lereni cmea oi r.nropc ann ni-w lore Utv. he flatten himself, that regards competency he will merit the connnence iwinaeu upo mm. Physicisus are politely requested to Convinca them selves by examining my Diploma. lr. tKAVCIS WCERNDLK, Jlay 2 1 S58. Pharmaceutic A Chemist HARNESS SHOP. ' JI i:ItY SII RADEU, fcjfV TfTOn.D lespectfully announce to the puh- lie that he baa on hand at his Hariiexs t shop, in the Brick l:l(K k. ou HlnPr.t.. nntiA. site Strong Co.. a lare and toniplrte assortment of liaruwa, aUlJl.s, irunka. Bridles, Martingales, Hal tera, Ac. Ac, Throiij.-b many years experience In thiallnehe flatters himself, that he can manufacture the alwva named articles in the moat approved workman-like manner, aim iwjii nuvo nfltornpoi enenper xiirii ine cneapeai. Tho subscriber wnnld return his thanks to his old rnstomers for their lilK-ral patronage, and trosta by strict attention to bnsincsx and fair dealing to merit a large snare oi pu one patronage. All kiuds ot repairing done on snort notice. Aug. 17, '58. UE.NRV SCIIRADER, Proprietor. 18G2. 1SC2. tfiHE Subscrilier begs to inform his riends and the I public at largo, that he continues to act as Agent tor toe well known House ot XAPSCOTT & CO., New York and Liverpool, and through them Issue cert I ficates of 1'aaaago lor peraons coming from the Old Country, by ttie uuequnled Lines of Liverpool, London and Gltuuino Packets. Drafts for xl t upwards payable at sight tn all the principal cities and towns in Europe, without riiscou"'. ror hirtber information and particulars, Apply to P. O'CONNOR, Joliet, llliuosi. CHOICE Wines and Li'iuora for Salo by tho package ' at Importer's prices, by P. O'CO.VMOR. o U10 A Prison Whicky for Sale by the barrel, by V. UTO.N.VOH. Q1T Y Lots and Laud for Sale, by P. O'CONNOR. Strayed or Stolen. "N the 2Sth of June lust, one sorrel Mare, 7 year old. abiKl two days before she left, small wbltesirtlt in the forehead, sorrel mane and tail, two letters B. A S. branded on the left shoulder, no long hair en the fetlocks, one fetlock and cue of the hind feet a little largi r than the others caused bv a strain, large flat hoofs and the inside of th ho.fs is aa full as the rim in the bottom, and steps long when under a trot. Whoever will return said Mate shall receive $2S if sioieu, and H ill County will pay j.jo lor ttie thirl; also it strayed 1 w ill pay $5 if found w ithin 10 miles from Joliet, or will pav $10 if found within 20 miles of Joliet Any one who will take up said mare and give infor mation by letter tbroiiKh the P. O. nt Joliet, UL, direct to Box 8u, shall be liberally rewarded. B. O. HARRINGTON. Joliet July 17,1860. uS-3w FOR CATTLE AXO IIORSCS. THIS is truly a Great Remedy. Half a 25 cent bot tle of Sloa'u's lnatiint itelief. given in a pint of warm wau-r, aeldoni tuila t- cure a horse of Colic in a few minutes; in extreme ca-a-a repeat the dose iu 10 minuets. For Rrtiiaes. Strains. Sprains, and many other injur la ou llorae. t attlo. anil otber auimala. Sloan's in stant Relief speedily etlecta a cure. Many arsons have been astt-uished to w ituras the rapid cur efl'ected by the use of this wandertul uiediciue. jfliet Circulars of Ageuta. SLOAN'S OINTMENT! FOU MIUnp., Srir-ty, Certainty. Tliomnglinenn, Slou' Ointment is rjitly sup TccdiDp nil otht-r Oint nn nt and liniuic'r.t for tit1 cure of the fullwinit conifilHititH : Fr8U Wounds. GuUb of nil kindH, Crack ed iiools. hineboiie, I'o.rvil, M'iudtralla, Callun, ISpa'viiie Swrency, Fmtuia. Foundered itet. 8and Cracks, Scratclies ulvirt'affe. Mango and Uurau Iiticicr( DISEASED HOUSES AND CATTLE, Require reatoriitinn of insensible perspirntion. Sloan's Fever Antidote, Coudilion PowJer. is a certain Blood Purifier. It never fails to loosen the skin, cleanse the water.rrcate an apiietite.uud a positive cure for Coughs Colds. Mill Complaint. Founder, Distemper, and caries of Rotts anil Woruis. may be given at any tiiue and under ail ciicuiuatuncea with perfect safety. Onv i'ackage of the I'owdera and a box of the Oint ment will perfectly cure a recent Founder ia aix or eight days, w ithout leaving the least elfect iu the feet, ln Horse DiMeiupcr. they will allay the fever aud pro mote a healthy termiuatiou of the disease. One hw doranda part ot a box of ointment, will, in all cases, cure, tho Horn Distemper iu a cow; two are sometimes lequired for an ox. WALTER B. SLOAN, the original diwoverorof this truly vulitnble medicine, still haa the sole uervision of its manufuctuie. but ordeia should be sent to his aon.Oacarll Sloau, 4 South W ater Struct, Chicago, III-wbo will promptly supply the demand for these popular and truly great medicines. - - They are sold by all dealers in Medicine. Sold wholesale and retail at Manufacturer's prices, at Joliet. by J. 11. BROWN", and Retailed by all the otb er Drupiriats. June lt. 1860. ool-ly iVFALLiuiTlRiir H AliU AM EI)T A newly-invented Arontlle Pocket Article Or the Deaf, With which to hear Lecturee, Sermons, Speeches. Ac. It is small. and can ho carried in the pocket, and when used, be entirely concealed. It is constructed of three kinds of metal, with (inttn Percha tubes. ao combined as to forma powerful reflector of aound; and is altogether the most desirable Instrument for the deaf, ever invented. A letter enclosing full par ticulars, will be sent to ant address, on the riceipt of a 8 cent etauip, with which to aend the nme. Addresa, II . MAMSt'l KLD. Biaik Sellei IT) 134 York Street, New Uaven, Conn. ANDERSON HOUSE, CORNER OF RANDOLPH AND CANAL STS, Chicago, Illinois. ONE block from Pittsburg. Ft. Waje t Chicago; 8t. IJliis. Alum A Oiicaeo ; Chicago A NorUi-Westeru ud Chicago A Cincinnati Kailioad Depots. BOARD, O.ti Dollar Pxb D.r. ilea la, Tweuty-five cents. P. O. Box 4T0. W. B. FOWLER, Proprietor. SELLIXG OFF AT COST ! 1M1E entire stock formerly owned by T. J. Kluuie, . consisting of Clocks, Watelie. and Jewelry usually kept in a first class Jewelry Store, will be sold at coat, by the subscriber at the old ataud, on Ulilfl St., Joliet. Having secured the services of the same workman employed for the last fvur years, by T. J. Kiunie, late deceased, the undersigned feel confidence In aaying to the old customers of said Kiunie. that all Work en trusted to her care will give satisfaction. Aug. 21, lSoO Mas. A.KIKKIK. LOOK HERE! New soap . and Caudle . Factory "rE tb nndoralgnod. inform the citirens of Joliet y and vicinity resportfully, that we have estab lished a Soap and Candle Factory, and tell at whole sale. Prices Rtaionable, Soft Soap at retail, ten cents a gallon. t H. Ml'TZ A R.SARTART, nt the upper Canal Baain, horth Joliet. olict, Aug. 7, ISftl. Jl.tf NEW CKGLAKD HOTEL, Joliet, llliuois, a m0bren built and centra lli located house, - aTEAR by and in full yiew from the Railroad Depot Xofth" city, where will lie found superior accom modations. and the unremitting exertions of the no dersignel contribute to the comfort and pleasure of the traveling public. Cluugea $1 per day or 4 par week. h. SHREFFLER, Proprietor. TO THE PUBLIC. " THE largest and best asorted Stick of Hardware, at the LOWEST PRICES, can be loond at th Store of STRONG A BROOKS. B RAN and "SHORTS by the 100 or ton. at Mm Prices, at CASWELL'S. nft Half BbU.WHITEFISn,(JunlnpecUon,lt!2) -w J at Ciikago Price for cash,, r ' at CA5WFLLV! Extensive Stock OF MILLINERY GOODS! Hri.KavtnighA MAai Ryats, ' riVAKES the liberty of Informing the I Adies of Joliet X and vicinity, that they, are now iifreceipt of their SPJUNO. GOODS. Whieh for beauty of style and novelty of design, cann ami'aaeeu in me ai. ilielr stock consist oi Bonnets, of the latest Parisian Styles, Rt oons, .t lowers, Head JJresncs, Dress Trimmings, tf'C, With every article connected with their line. They hope by strict attention to bnaineta. tn merit a continuance of that patronage so liberally bestoweil upon "j " iwiiea oi jouci ana sunnunaing country. TO PAISTEli SfcT OTH E It 81 In AVE on hood Urge and well selected stock ol all kinds of PA1STS, Dry and In Oil. Alfso-And natwr. linseed 4)il. anirtta TnmhittnA. TTmber. Lithrase. Bronzo. Gold ami ailror lr n.f.i.1 Dryer, Lacher, pnluise nne, Varnialiea, paiut Iirasfc-a, " iuiiow uw, c. wutcn i aui prepared to sell on the most rarorrOde term. J. U. BROWN. N-pt. 9 lh66, U12 $300 Hollar Worth of Brnihet I ")AINT, White-wa.h, scrubbing, counter, stove, shoe L and Horse Brushea, at J. 11. BROWN'. Sept. 0 '58. nil TNOI.ISH and French Hair and Teeth Bnishee. Fine l i Toilet snaiai ; shell Rnfalo and Ivory COMHS: French Toilet powder White, Ac. at Sept. 9 '56. Hun Fun, Prepared chalk. Lily j. u. dhow aa a. - nli. Joliet Turning Shop. rpnE SUBSCRIBER would announce to Cabinet Ma A kers. Stair Builders, and others in want of Turning, that he is carrying on the Turning Buatntit in all Its various branches, at King's Shingle, and Saah Factory, near the Upper Brklge. By strict attention to business, he hope to receive share of public patronage. Joliet. Dec. 16. n2U J AM Kg BOY NK. D It. D . DlcltA E., ' n ATI NO experimei ted w ith nietlicine in the treat ment of disease for years, laying aside all prejn dices, lias examined in the nuntime all the various syatems and schools of medielne, and haveaelected such remedies ss I can demuiif Irate to be safe and efficient rejecting all niineinl poiaona. To reii.ore acuta dis ease is comparatively an easy taak; It ia the curing of cr.ronic (UM-ases unit requires auowtedge combined with patience and perai verauce tempered with kiud nesa. It is in the latter cluaa c.f dim-aaes where phyai- ciana winRttv WkaAa tleir liLiliil-es. Tlavinp irieoo it.i. prerared to treat all chronic diseases with positive suc cess. 1 mean all that are curable cases, n.ileas it be conditionally, so that patients may depend iihu my declaration. I profess to treat successfully all chronic dibeascaot the Lungs. Liver, Bronchia Nuraigia Para lysis, Rbeumntir-m. and all derangementa of the nerv ous system. F tatula and l'ilua successfully treated in from thirty to sixty days, without tlieoseof the km Is; or much additional pain. I proles to" treat with un paralleieil auoceaatho lotluome diaease known by the uame of Cancer, in all its stages, withont the nae of the knife oi any harsh treatment. If patients will strictly obey my Instructions, I will guarantee satisfaction in all caes heie no diaorgauiation of the vital organ has taken place. The beet of reference can liegivcn from citi7.ms of St. Louis, where 1 devoted my practice fur the fcuft three years. I have now In my office Can cers, Tumors, weighing frt.m to 2 lbs. that I have re moved with sucreas, withont the use of the knifo. Fur further particnlara, phy.icians and other are invited tocall aud exatuiuc lor themselves. Rr. MtRAE, Occnllat and Anrla, . Give special attention to ducases of the Kyaad Earc In this climate, w her the Eye is subject to so many diseases w hich are fatal t j its delicate mucluie. All persons ntlieted sbouM atleud to the earliest symptoms avoiding inurh sufiering and prolible bliudticsa. Letters from adi.ftMUce, eouuiiuug one stamp will receive prompt attention Address Box 129i. D. McRAK, M.D., St. Louis, Mo. OFFICE No. '2i nu.th rtrTU sr. Retwer-n Pine aud Chcsuut streets, one square from the Com t House, St. Louis. Mo. ul'J-ly liow Seautiful lor a Haiti's travel DAGCARCEOTYPE PICIURKS ATTACHED TO Head Stones and Monuments iu a PaaiA Mabel UAsr. and warrcntcd to secure the Likeness from auy air aud dampnesa fur a long tiumli-r of years. Any Daguerreotyplst can copy the Dapnerreotj k? into these Cases from the original picture, i.d it la but a few moments work to attach oue of theui tn a Head Stone. W hen attached to a Head Stone or Monument, they look aa though they were carved on with tic Sculptor's Chisel, for they imitate marble ao pe;fectly. They are very ornamental to a Head Stone, and are worth twice the amount charged, lor au ornament. Mule than F'ifleeu Thousand Caaea 'have been ee'd, this fart alone shows conclusively tbat they are fast rnbniag into general uae. , Ibc adorning of the Sepnlcher nf lemoved one al leviates our gr-:f. and soothe the wounded heart. It also cheers the la rraved to know that an additional ciulielliahmeiit of tiie grave presents stronger attrae tiuuB to at rest theatteution iif the stranger, amlcaua.-a him to pause and learu the navte. aud gaze on the lii.enses ul one who has chared so largely in the loveoi others. To a it hued aud cultivated mind, there is not a more mournful ppectat ! on earth than a dese crated giave, or lit glectcd and over-grown gravcyarJ. Those iu who memoriea the dejwted live, will come to strew sweet fiuwars upon their giavea, and drop a tear of afii ctfou. They will plant there the Rose, the Lily and thr Evergreen as fcmhleuis of a fraciunt and beautiful Immortality, whii h they assign thrni Ln the Paradise of Uod. Above all we wvnld deplore the loss of those lil.ctitsess of dear departed ones a hit b are ao distinctly engraven upon the tablets of our memory. Altlu uph months and years may elapse since inexorable Death made us surrender the bedic of ciieri-hed one to the crave, and their spirits to tiod. yet are they still pre out to our niiuda, beautiful ami life-hke. Atid who dues uot realize a melancholy t'lesnre In rocalliuic departed ones, 1 their image clothed with the imiocence and love'.iueas of joutli, or maiked by the sorrow or caies of aj:a! One of the,r Cases will be sent by express to any person iu tin United States forTwo Ih.llara. One doz en Cases w ill be sent to any Marble Dealer or Dagurr reotypist for Twelve Dollara Ciiiulars. 4c, fuinishetl free, and sent with each package of Case. Aireuts can cl.arge $5 apiece when they attach them to Head Stones. Auy person wishingtoa.ll them can be But. plied at Twelve Dollars per Dozen. Young Men aud Merhaufr can by engaging In this business niuke easily Fire Hon-tred bvliarsiUu Spring, and only Twelve Dollars required as Capital to com' mence with. A Monumental Design Book will-be sent to auy Mar ble Dealer ior Three Dollars. 1 hi is a first rate work, and wi ll worth the price asked for it. All Ordra must be accouiput.h-d by the Money: I will lie responsible for iu safety, if you have proof of aeuding it. Address the Manufacturer' A.LEWIS BALDWIN, m26 41 West Meruit n. Conn. WILL Cot -MY CIRCUIT COURT or Mai Ter,1SC3 Iu Chaucery." State o' Illinois, County cf Will, J ss. William A. Strong, and William A. Strong. Jr., and W illiaui S. Brooks partners in trade and douiK business under the name. My le and titui ot 'Sluing A Brooks." and Morris Einstein. and Morris Ein-dciu. Admiiiis trator ol the estate of Ulrich B. Rosenheim, defeased. VS. Mary Ann Pickle widow of Renjamln Tickles, deceas ed and admioiattatrix ot the estate of aaid deceasrd; Ehzabeth Pickles. Benjamin Pickles, James II. Pi. kles. Nathan A. 1'icklt-e, Margaret Pickles and Thunias J. Pickles, childreu and heirs at law of aaid deceased; Mary Ana Ciuinn aud John tjuiun buxlmnd of aaid Mary Ann Quiun, Andrew Lyuam aud John Preston, defendants. Bill and It ji nrtion. 4 FF'IDAVIT. of the loii-i estdence of aaid alaive de j. fendants. Mary Ann Uuinuaud Johu tjuittu, hav ing la.-cn filed in the office of the clerk of aaid court. Notice is hereby civeu to the aaid defendants Mary Ami ttninti and Jobn Quinn.tbat the said complainants ttied their said bill of coiuplaiut iu the said court on the chancery side thereof, with an order for the issue of Injunction then on, on the blh day ol May, lM.3, that a so in noma thsrciipon was issued out of the said court in said cause axainat the aaid nVteDuants re turable to said term of said court on the third Monday of May, A. D. 1S03 i nd a writ of lnjutirt.on was also issued as aforesaid aKaiimt ou aaid defendant Mary Ann Qtimo and Jolm Quiun strictly colon tiding you and each of you, your ageuta, attorney and servants to desist and refiain from selling, oonveying, disput ing of, encumbering, or iu any way or maanur mut dling or luteifearing with the real estate dsacubed in aald bill or atiytwrt thereof, and which was purported to be conveyed by one Benjamin I'H-kle to you said Mary Ann Onion by two certain deeds recorded in the recorders office of said county, in Book 74 of Records, on p apes ob a id 39 except as to paying taxes thereon nntil the further older ot said court thereou; as is by lutv required Now unless yon the aaid Mary Ann Qtiinn and John Quinu shall personally be and appear before aaid Circuit Court on the first day of the next term thereof to lie holdrn at Joliet in (aid conuty. on the third Moudny of May instant, or as soon thereafter as re quired by law and plead, answer or demur to the aaid complainants bill of complaint, the same and the matter and things therein charged and stated will be taken as cvnfrssed by y ou aud a decree entered against yon and each of you according to the prayer of aaid hill- B.r. KUStJLL,Cleik. R. E. JisFnra. Compl't Sol, Joliet, May 8. 1M33. nlT-fw STATE OF ILLINOIS 1 Wl 'ill Connty Circuit Coarl Coiavr or W ux f ot May Term, 1603. Elizaboth Basaett, vs. Daniel Baaaett. AFFIDAVIT of the non-residence of Daniel Baaaett, the defendant above named, having been tiled in the oflice of the Cletk of the Will County Circuit Court. Notice ia hereby given to the said Daniel Bassetl, that Elizabeth Baaaett the complainant in sid court, on the chancery side thereof on thalfth day of March, 1st J. aud that a summons thereupon iasued out of said court apainat said defendant, returnable nn the fourth Monday of May, ltti, as is by law required. Now unlets you the said Daniel Baaaert fji all per sonally be and appear before said Circuit Court of Will County, on the fiist day of the next term thereof, to he hoMen at Joliet in said couuty, on the fbnrtk Mon day of May, leoA, aud plead, answer or .demur to the aaid rutuplaiuaBt bill of complaint, the same and the matters and tliaga therein charged and Mated, will be taken a con tossed and a decree euteredagainat you, according to the prayer of bill. B. F. RUSSELL, Clerk. A. H. Cosrt. Comnlaiuant a Solicitor. Joliet. Marrh 17.163. 41-6 SUEKifF'S SALE. . BY' rirtae of aa alias plurius writ of execution and Fee Bill, issued from the Circuit Court of Will County, in tavor of Cltarbs E. Boyer, plaintiff, .nd against Horace Morse, defendant, at 1 o'clock P. U on tbeSlh day ol J una. A. 1). 1Sp3, at the north door of th Conr Jitaue, in the city of Joliet, I (ball offer for sale ac public verdu all the right, titl and inter eat of said defendant iu and to the follow ing described property, to wit Lot number even (7) In Block forty nine (4uj iu Lock port. Will Co., State of Illinois. oeorgu Monroe, sheriff of win Co. . . Euwis S. Olaux, Deputy Sated the 10th dy of kiay, lsbj. 4!Klw I STRAYED I? ROM the noa-riber ln JeFlet.oo the JSth April, . a dark bay mare, five year eld. Any person riv ing Information where said mare may be found will be paid for their trouble. - JOSEPH JAHV Joliet, April iM, lb6J wi 2w . - Money to Loan A t tea per cent Interest, en rood Rem! J rlty. Farniinr property i preferred eaqnire of 8 ANFOR I S LVER INVIGORATOll. - NEVER DEBILITATING. IT 18 COMPOUNDED ENTIRELt rROM fltJMS. and haa become an established fact, a Standard Mml fact, a Standard Med- Icine, known and approyr ed by all that have oMd it. ana is row reeorted to iwiTDcunnuencetaaiidi. ease for which it is re It haa cured tbonsanda who had riven up all roerous unsolicited cer- O 'within the Utt two year g., ! hopes of relief, aa th na- " "'J Pesion abow. The doae must li-v ment of the individual:1" daptcd to th temper. on is aaa Used lB inch qualities a to act.O iKrntlr on the Bowaia. ft tne dictate or your judgment guide yon la the --a . i i v', uu n wilt tvra IVimw . i mm l I .n im-a . . . v a . cure live coMFurxTa. 8IA. CHBOM0 MABaHKA.! wtnt, DKOpar, aonal TIV . X Fj.s. mmu r-u. .1 . stiajxra CDMFunrr, nra aronaca, BimrriL co xaa, coolxxa aioaaca, chol lence, Jaundice, Female used nceeasfnlly as an icin. It will care Bicg can taa'ifv.) In twenty era infantum. Flatu- Weakneca, and may be Ordinary Female sled Headache, (aa tbonsandsi minuta. If two or three. W commencement of st-W All wuo use it axx it favor.- M I.ix Wat rs theV4 Teaapoonfuls are taXra at utra. faivuta their testimony In worm wits th Tuaxruca. tXTMOB. A TO X, AXD SWALLOW BOTH Price on dollar per Bottle. ALSO SAN FORD FAMILY CATHARTIC PILLS; COMPOUNDED FROM PURE VEOETBLK EXTRACTS. AND PUT CP TN ulacs MAfi.a. Air tight, and will keep In any climate, The FAMILY CA-f . THART1C PILL U gen- i iv ou, ni-nv vauiatuci. .wuicu tue proprietor b used in bisprartice more. ,than twenty v.,,. The constantly increa ing demand from tho wno nave long usea me; pills and the satisfaction w hich all exprew in re-;M fArd to tlieir nae, b in- uui-rj nie iu uiace mem wirnin the reach of all Tb Profession well know th different Cath artics act on ainerent.-" portion of the bowel. The Familt Catoai- tic Pill has, with da ref erence tn tins well esran-' I is tied fact, been pounea troui a varatyt tof the purstVea-etalle r.snaiis, rnnicn act a-; iixe on evtry natt af th aiimenury canal and c are good and safe Jo all case xhrre a Cathartic ia needed, uch a D (Aiaecxrs of th Stow-,; acb, SLExriHEsa. Patnand poaaEasey?r th wholei bodv.from suddaa cold, which frequently, if ne-, neglected, end in a long comae of Fever, Loss of I ArprriTE. a CEipi-faar. BATiosof Coin over the body, REsTLETsxcaa, beais 1 r ""urn iu rue f. ,na.i, all larLAMHAToET W mil in, Children or Adults. ItHan. ATiaic. a great Pctun- ia of th Blood and many disease to which flcshi is heir, too numerous to ineauuw in inia aaver ,tisement. Inmb. 1 to 3. Price 3 Dime. THE LIVER IN VIGOR AT IK AXD FAMTT.T ri TIIAIvTIC PILLS are retailed by Drcegiats gr-nerally uu win wuoiraaie uy ine trane in an tne lara town. IS. T. W. SANFORD. M. D, Manufacturer and Proprietor. 334 Broadwav, New York fold In Joliet by J. u. Brewn, E. M. Bry, Geo. U. CTf run and J.MrCann. - (Sept !S-al31y Purnituro Store. " TICUAF.L SEBASTIAN wou.d respectful! Infarri XX the citizoua of Joliet and vicinirv. that be ksrua L ways on Laud, at hia new stand, on Joliet street, near the Rock lsi.n.1 llailtoal Depot, tlie largest and beat (elected stocx ot icrnitiae ever ottered in Joliet, and at lower pri ce than any competitors dare to sell, for cash. Hi tock cocsist of M'mdjor, flag. Cane, and Spring-Ittotn Ctiairs, ornate ureitf jau, inning, lura, vrntrt and tMmsion Tables, common Iron ami Wood Screws, . Jenny Lind, GtUige, and trench Bedsteads, Lounoes, Sofas and Divans, of every dtscriplum. Burms. Book cases, SuuLoaras and Secretaries, Was!tstnds9 CradUs, Rocking chairs, Vujoardt ani Wardrobes, Matrasses, JiTlows. Looking Glasses, ani many other articles loo numerous to mention. Likewise always on band and made to order, a well lectad stork of Coffin of every description. A Hi-are will tic always, on Iiajui, and funeral will be attended with promptness. All work ordered and repairing done on the shortest notice, and iu the best workmanlike manner, be keeps none bnt the Is at workmen. Thankful for the liberal patronage bestowed on me. for the last five years in this city, I have the full conn deuce that I will give universal satisfaction to my old mt well a new customers hereafter, any my motto Is, not to be uurrxold Ly no competitors. MICHAEL SEBASTIA5, Jwli' tt, near Rock Jthtnd Railroad Depot. Sept. 9, 1SS6. nli BISSELL & HEATH, REAL ESTATE AGEISTS, (ITIcK 1 1 POX Chicago Street, Sear Cast, JMIet, "IX flLL buy and sell Real Ejtatc and City Lots, npan t favorable term. We are now offering for sale the following deacrioeL property: A House and Lot upon Hickory street, A House and two lots upon Broadway street. Two House aud lots upon Chicago street. W will sell the Bissell Hotel on favorable term, on thiid do n, the balance on longtime. ALSO Lots in all parts of the city. ALSO, Three improved Farms near Joliet. One improved Farm, two and a half mils sooth Naierville. with Rood buildings. Particular attention will be inven to tb Collection of Debts, And promptly remitted. Cash advances made upon property left fi r sale upon commission, acd upon rod notes left for collection M.C. BISSELL. GILES HEATH. Juliet, Malts oO, 1S5S. n41-t S. O. t f ?i O I s . On Hand Again ! 101! valuable considerations. D. C. Sleepur, nccupaa oi me piurr on ue corner of JeDri-son aud lilt. " Mrrvt. has sold all bis riiiht title and interest in the ciocK, iks.s. accounts, aud Notes to S. 0. Simonds for mer occuiPt. who will settle allacct. against lie Arm Of D C. Sleeper. t. u. Mniomls would announce to the public, hia for mer customers and friends, that he aguiu it ready to Oi'occrits and ProvSoioiis, Chrsj for Cuah, to all w ho will call ou him at his oM CMUII. TERMS INVERABLY READY PAY. i". ... . . . .ir.f.eeM-rwiii be with me a short time.and will close accts. with all w ho have not settled. A II such art in reoy uoimea to call immediately and settle. N. M I have a Store to reut. vouet. apiii .o, isas. n!5-t farm Fur S:ls The subseiiber James Trmpleton. oflt-rsfor sale bi -en auown rami ol 100 acre, with House. It.rn a.,rf Siatd. Srtnatd4x miles from Jollst. no the Road to v u....,sUou. inerarm is onrter the nueat cultivation panicuiar enquire at the premise or of P.O'Con No. 44. 3rn Wanteti, I "r.r. wn rtH.K I EDLEHS with teams, to se. -A. cultivator, lor which good wages by the mcuth - -I .oinuiisaiin on :ue sales will be allowed. Appioanusouid be prepatred to com met ahoat the 14th inst. Apply personally to the snlcrib.-r at """"u orauuree by letter thrcuKh Joliet P O. . ' . . . J0U2I Y0UN0 o a t ta n , Apr lMil 4S2w THE INVALID'S HOME II. KSAI'l, M. I , FaututLT or N. Y bad orEXio as IN FIRM ART, IN CHIOAnrt ti r ON a new ystcm, w hich embrace the meat approv ed methods of treating Disease in thi or any other country All Female Diaeaa., Lung Dise4 Cancer, and Rheumati.m, are special disease treated in thi Institution, in the treatment of which, no man t,,Zr ilf ",erin OT greater ucce than the doctor. llis consultatP-ns, for years, bave averaaed ...wwuiocwd. year. The followiug dis ease which are pronounced nciirafc by th .Medical Faculty generally, are treated with succe in thi la- wrvonsaua nearalgic affections, dia- nriu oi acroiuta. oyspepsia, con stipatiou, skin disease- r.nn.r. a...V., " atlections. iucludiog pulmonary consumption, rheuma tism, Faralyala, pilep.y. Asthma, salt rheum, remit- ii T """"""i lever, the disease ofchildreo.ee lie ha bad an extensive practice and wondetful suc- witi.....! iT " oiUANCtKS, which he cure. Ti j r . T . re treau rucceaafully, on a n method, all the di.a of the UVK and EAR, iw, tue d;tor doe not promise to cure all ..I ""He all disease are ccbable. if enrsKl ,r. 'C STAOt "' our case may b .i j next touay, nut to-morrow; bence, the danger of delay. The Building ia pleasantly located. spacious, and will accommodate several hundred patienta. No cat will i ..." Toer 'here are any doubu o 1 scar relief. lhtbstaiinul. .Vi i . ; - , , vuilUjnj, SHU, SUB IO, physician will make all feel at home that put them- w'v"?,"Jd'rhw,'" institution. P mUm rT V7 roal JeD o fifteen dollars per week, lanrrf- --patient taKen Mr a lee term than on month, a no ou can he satisfied to th benefit xVrjJtf .reCeiT .,n Clonic Diseases in a lea time. " ' i"""""! wno are not able to come to the Iufli m"V ancceasfully treated at b .me, which wilt cot from ten to fifteen dollar per month aii I briers, loelcainga letter Ump, addressed to lZl'ZZ.?,?-''23' Chicago ill, wiU receiv. r - "ww-vwu. fJ.U',?t fr- Honrs from 9 A. a. to r. at. 'J? J8 A1""1 Clark u cor. Clark and Monroe ta. "1" t0. nl3ly S O M E T U IHC NEW. CLOCKS, Sewing" Machine rsrasols. Umbrellas and Lock repaired. Keys fitted, Bells hong. Door Plate made to order. Surgical Instruments repaired, Music Boxes aad Bras Imminent arenerally repaired aad anou other Jobbing, aU warranted well dose by 8.O.6COLLAY. , ,, . , Washfortoa at, near Ottawa, oltet, HI. Joliet, Jnly 16. 1861. Zintl kotickT p,-etbofellkn w finnkrty, decd. UBLIC notice i hereby given, that on th third Monday r Jnn next, (taring th 15th day of aaid month,) 1 sbau attend before the Connty Cowrt of W ill County, at the Court House in th city of Joliet, for the pnrpose of aettiiug and adjusting all claim against the estat of Ellea W. Fiiaerty, iat of aaid county deceased, when and where all slaiaoaat ar notified aad requested to attend and present th4r claim in writing against aud estst A adjutant. AU pareoa indebted to aaid estate, ar also request ed to make payment to th nndrslged withont delay- j JAMES W. FINNERTT, bsrator. Dated April 24. U62. no-6w ! 'For Sale or Ittnt, A Hon and Lotoa Richard at. Also two Lota XV tor sals, loewtioa good. Tsrml reaaonald. ' I ' anbacrtber aa rost . " 1. prtog aad nZLTtJaTtfiltJ Pureheaed in Joliet nrwltl t?L"!1 '0" than ca. be) intof any kind of Dry GoVuTweafSr1 fn r. to calf and axamTo. bersporadva. LADIEH' n d v c . 1 ti"1- Blck Snk Pophn., HMaoo, CobJ a,' Aine, Plain, Egured, Watered, AcT AtaPwa, HILLIviit iss . m. ,JBCI OOODK tssis: i:'m. A splendid aMnf-tn. .. . Cndersleevea, Chimisr. r aerl'. Cuff, OoUar cn Chicago street. P. POMADES and Ox Urrow f. 1 .. Condray, Cl,tr J' " Utlolet,PJyj Savace'a llrdr. . .. ' --, ""iuii, i.yon-A u..i.r.7. xwrry Arycopberon Nobj.'. llab- n I": .,Ul? as I aaa a-... . - 2aei!C7orJo.",,,I, r'b- '- black Mara oot Tolv d' ,n.the r"4, on. wh. bind1 m.r'J eZ!Zl ' D' J"rlin black bom colt; an blacT mare colt, two year old thi serine As ZZZ.- May 21.1859. (n4Ml 1UOiU8 TA lUoucy! ITIoucjr! iTIoucT!- r TEOPLE'S BANK, STATE STOCK SECURITY BANl? RUSI1YILLE nAK ln.et.Ffm. -- Uit outer As4F , how money taken at par for f INTTUli i mm T".lr?fb.',lii,'U,re,,nc,,'to Pra. lYr L.AK ueS T S TO CK IN JOLIET. a n tv as Varying in price fism 12 to JiM; BEDSTEADS. From 12 60 to lis, CHAIRS, From SO et to $20; and all otber goods In !. prop' All ar Invited to call and examine. EUGENE SALT, frcnamys Atreef between Canal and Stntrbridoa. Joliet, January i9, lo&7. S3tX. THE ubcriber ha received, and will kp n band at xe. .nd .tile, of Metallic Bnrial Caae,wWcb b. wif ITJ i .i " " my WBn hem. The eatimatJoa In which tlieae cams are held for their beauty, dnriabflify and preserving powers, fully attest their vain. Urn wif also keep on ban - yl, f Wood Coffln, and attraa toallcai s es a undertaker, in city ore ' 'V t eon hand. K. DALY, Exchage st. Joliet. 1 P I A X O FORTEI, AV E C0T1Jf CE TO DELIVER, DrRECT FROM all our Fctory, and at our regular schedule of UcJsry Pnces, tree of all expenses for Freight sou tbmmtnum, ai the purchaser's residence, (if in Joliet, through our only authorized Agent for Northern Illinois Mr. W. C. "WOOD, of Jell., All style of our unsurpassed Piano. W ollcil attention to th facilities offered abora. 1 tTrry lrm.t:r ""el"'"', as well as city reeideBt,caa 0T.ruob..!uuo M riAta r lJ,hrr'"nInt 'tWber with reference., pnatwt L.v i . uuowul av Prompt at Uar Uon. AaT.No variation from printed rates -a RxrxitxxcE R, K. Ooomll, Esq, Joliet.' . , . UA2LET0N BROTHERS. New York, March 1, If 58. ntl-ear S O Jl t T II 1 I G IV W . w Potent prlns; Bedsteads. rivnE subset il-r has just received a Urge lot it these X popular Bedstead. They combine soar of luxury economy and utility, I dar ventu.e to asasrt, tkan any other article of furniture now In market, ft ietwp with surprising ease; allows constant and perfect rentUa tion and is acknowledged to be cheaper and better than feather or any other good bed. All are invited t ca I and examine, as I charge nothing for showing good. EUGENE DALY. -Exeharge st, between Canal and Kirer Bridge. Joliet, Jan. 2u,l&o7 B A"kisncc' Sale. ynCE is hereby given that I, the ondsrairneeV will sell at Public Auction ea Friday. Deormbew ltb.lat'2. at the Conrt llouss in Joliet, all the righCst title and inlei, t which Tborr.aa llatton and wifa and Thomas llattnn. Junior and wife conveyed to aa by their DenlofAsigument.lMrrnz'dytjBa 21.1861, . ud recorded in th otSrs of the Recorder of will Co, III .iu book 73. pave from 75 t, sj aad ia the orBr of the Kecorilerof (irno.lv Co, III, in look No. 8. page 'I 1 cf sen-, and in the f ffic of the Recrde of Cs-h Coi, in book 21t, page 401 el srq of, iu aud to the tollowinav described real estate, vie: The East haif of K.utli half of North balf Block K in Itowrn's Addition to Joliet ; South 4'i feet of tot s Id.ak 16 West Juliet: Block 10 and 13 Schual Bertioa Addition to Joli, t ; the stoue Wre House property Lot . I -.-k IS, West Jolit-t, and Utt 1 block a rVhool Section Addition to Joliet: Lots 1. 2. 3. 4 and 6, block. 2-1. Johnaon. Roliertsaud Storrs Add. to Chicago. TEKMSCArII. Joliet, Nov. 17, 1S;2. F.GDODSPEED, Algae DEITAL NOTICE. 1r. E. R. CARPENTER, fl'AKES pleasure in informing theeitizenaof Joliet and. X vicinily.tliat be is always to be found at hi old locos lion, and that he ha secured th erricsef Dr. V. B CoCHU'mr, whs will be constantly ia stten.iancs to per tcrra all o-ration in th best possible manucr. Joliet. Pet 14,1866. alT-tl Look to Vonr LlgDt t BURNING FLUID, Camphine, Lard oil, par EL phant Oil. Wax and Sperm Candies, for sals low, at Sept. 9, load. aV2 J- H. BUuWN'S. STATE OF ILLINOIS f Will County Circuit Cnr H illCjc.vtt, "'lofMay Urm A. B. ISfti. John Cary 1 vs V Eiil for divorce1. Bridfcit Cary J VFF1DAVIT that the said EridcU Cary defanoVnt in the fon-a-oiug bill of complaint, conceal her seil and evde serriie of sommnu having been filed ia the oflice of the clerk of aaid Conrt. Notice is bcrwbr iciven to the said defendant Bridfit Cary (hat Job a . t jiry the said complainant has filed bi bill of com piaiut in aaid Conrt ou th Chancery nd thereof and that a summons thereupon issued out of aaid coert iw aaid cans acainat aaid defendant returnable on the third hi on day of Vlsy next and that aaid cause is near pending iu raid court. Aud unless yea th said Brfd it Cat) shall tsrsotially be sad appear be for th saio) Circuit Com t of w ill Connty in said State on th first day of the taid May Term thereof to b held at Juliet io id Will x unty on the third Monday of May A. Kv. lao2 and plead, uswer or desuur to the aaid complains, ant bill of complaint, tlie mie and the mattrra aad: thi Da therein cbalged and stated will be takes aa cenfesaed by yon aud a decree eateaed gainat yoa ao cording to the prayer of said bibl sf complaint. B. I. RUSSELL, Claras Tbo". II. HtTTCBE!(.Cop S-.L Joliet March, 17th A. D, 1 44Vw. E If G It A V I If Q AND COPPER PLATE PRIXTIXG. OFFICIAL and NoUrial Seal, Business, Wedding and Visiting Card Engraved and Printed in the neatest manner possibl; Doer, Office, and Trunk plates. Dog Cellars. Silver Spoons, Forks, floblet, Ac, nrlljr execnted and at price te suit th time. Engraving Office over R. K. Barber Office, eppositav the Coart House, Joliet, Hi. W. C. FAIRTHORNK. Order for Lithographic Work, doo ia aa axpadi' tious and elegant at la. m'H GVARDIAH'8 IALK. STATE OF ILLINOIS, I W ill Oocmt, BY virtu of a decretal order of l he Connty Coart of Will County, entered at tb Jaa term there f A. D. letcLaon the application of th anderaigned Guardian of Daniel C. lien del eon. James D. Head son snd John D. Henderson, minora to aell the Ul lowing described real estate belonging to said minor, annate ks th County of Will and Stat of Illisost, to wit the undivided y. of the following Lot 4 A B.S Lot7A8B. 10 Lot 1 A S B. 11, East Joliet ta east 6-1:2 B. 24, Boa en's Addition to Joliet, and tbo nndivfded S.iKUScr. ULU BMP. M- all nibievt to tb oowr of th andersigaod, I hall ea th lOtb day of July next, betweea tbe hoara. of 10 o'clock A. M, and 4 o'clock P. 11. of aaid day, aaU. th aaid real saute, at public axle, at to door of the -Coart House in the city of Joiirt, to th higbeat aadx brat bidder. Term of slo as follow: on third easbs. ia hand, balance ia one and two years ia equal pay' men ts. with ner cent Interest, Bote aad astartjma - on the premises for the nnpsid pare base money wiLLf be reonired ef the rnrcbasar aad deed dear of dow- r andiocambrauos wUi buadetotb pwrctisiar acx tb day of aaie. HELEN A. UENAJE.nui unanuaa aa aitir s i ra Jon So, 162. - The above aale in adjourned to th 9th day cf las gust next, to tafc place at tb asm tim of day aark place. UALAit A. HENDERSON, JUly IU, loos. mmmtu TO THE SUBSCRIBERS THX WILL COUNTY MAP nENTLEMEN r We take thi aaetbod of inlormlns; ' vow that tbo New Mao of Will Connty, ta Dew. ready for Mvry, that ws shall comnssac to deiive theu withont deity. On of tit firm will call aw yon nrraonallv. and w bop tb friend of tb eat.- prise will b ready to receive the maps. g. H. BCRHAN8 A J. VAa VECHTIH. . Joliet, Jnly 1, 162. p ft. subscriber to thi map will obliga a bV- Ieavlnf the pric of th map with their fsmiiie wbaav abont. so that it may ba uaeceaaary to call a second time. NOTICE. I forbid any orsoo from boyine a note, dated lis. Z3d. 162. and sia-ned Pattsrson A Kdswworth. aa it la- a fraadulent ante and I wont pay it. Jotie, sept. XV, loot. jj.u. fATXa a SOU. Stray Coifs. STRAYED from tbe prewlse of the rubacrfber ln to Tows of Jackson, abont the saiddla of Artntwa last, two colts, oaea liKbtsorrel Bare colt, whit S year old; the otber a yearling sorrel bora colt. Any person retnrnmg or giving In form sti on by let ter to tn joliet ost times, wiu b liberally rewardad Novembers, 1S62 JOHN LCTX. "CLIPPER Plow, best snd cheapest Plowi.ta ts Fob 17, 1653. . W.UCWtS I Apply to A. WILLIAM-, Art- j mar sc. w. F. FitiAv P. S. All Plow n Etcree warranted.