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ail) of which is respectfully submitted.
II. N. Inoirsoll, --: Chairmen Of Com.' .,Oa asotion of. Mr-Anne), - the report of tbe committee was accreted. Mr. Citeo from the committee to settle with Vie sheriff end treasurer made reporf recommending the allowance of the bill ot W. W. JJartlett, late sheriff for eamrnoning jorors. 4c, amounting to tha tun ot $276,47 (except the charge therein for in terest amounting to $10.) which was, on motion, taken op and allowed ss rer rerort of aaid committee to the som rf J2G6.47. Same ontmit'ee retorted adversely to nltow'sriea of the hill or Tb.tnas O'Neil f.r beckle for prisoners, amounting t $4 00. ' OtJ -motion,- said bill was laid on the ta ble. " . - " Mr. Casey from the special committee ppijjftted. this A. M. to insistinate the title of the count tn the fublic sonars. presented the followire report, which was 00 motion accepted, to wit : YnOT 'committee to whom wss referred the reaolulionsio relation t) fenenir the p nblio square, and instructions tu insesfi gate the title of the county to eaid square. Leg leave to report: That ihey have examined the written uiiiinu ii I'ltiwci ' at torney of this city, whioh they presented lo a lormer meeting of the bnurd of super visors of this county upooJsulject and have adopted their i pinu.n, believing the county is tUe proper owner ol the puUic square. A11tf which t respectfully uVmitted. Allen A. Ancel. , 1 JOUN LlMIlABGER, V Com. Sa'l K. Ca-ev, J Mr Casey moved that the resolutions providing for the grading and fencing of the Pullio Square in Juliet, be taken up. ApMi 'minion preniled, Mr Coses moved that said resolutions be adopted. . The Question on the motion wss tken ' by yeas and ny, and decided io the affir biittive, a follow, t' -wit: Yea Mexsrs Axgrl. Buck, Bakrr. Cav e ton, Cm; a ir, John L'iipiH'(;fr, Geo L.'-n- bah ef, AK-li tre, K"B daHl Rid, Shutts. Sir wart ami S'arlex. 14 Xays Messrs. Clak, Clow, Dunbar, Sean, FbIip, Graiger, Herbert and 1-ger-soll 8. Mr Casey moved that the three Commis sionsrs desisted ir. said resolutions be appointed by the chair. The motion pre vailed. ' nr Keiu Iroin the com on miscellaneous Claims reported bark the iep..rt i f SO 8imonds, ecboo! commissioner, recommend ir.g that the sum of $48 00 be allowed to I A mr fl C.l1 m 9.W BASeiHuO -. vi.iin. schools, and that the nun of $50 00 he ap propriated for the use of the Will County Teacher's Institute, trd also recom.nend. ing that the Ecbcol Coze, be instructed to qpllpc all ocifa cc Ttitb the interest is fcol jrotrptfy reij, ar.d loan the same to Jjpcc aid x; ostitis parties. , ,3 3-to: X:xetarger moved to amend the report of tie com. by striking out the pro posed appropriation of $50 for the use . of ti Teacher's Institute. The question was', aken -on the motion and deeidedi o tbe negative. ' - "Tbe Queetion was then taken on tbe pro .posed allowance of $48,00 to the ecboo! com., and decided in the affirmative. On motion the report of tbe com. was adopted. Mr He id presented the recommendation cr.-S.". Simond. school com for. the ap puinimer.t of Miss L uif White i.f J ,Het. as a pupil in the State Normal UnMersuy. whioh was on motion adopted, ai d the ep spcintment marte in t coordo-nce therewith. Mr Reid from tbe com on miso-1 uneous claims mni" report, recoriii n'fit'g tlie al lowance of $25 00 in fell ut the claim of C. S. C. Crane lor tuclng b irse thief, amounting to $50, which wan on motion taken tip and allowed recjromendrd by aid com. to the am't of $25 in fall there f. Same' com. reported adversely tn (rant ing the prayer of the petition ol U. v Mn .ard and others for $00 bnunty to Ruth Kiobards. u id iw of E V. Richards, which report was on motion cnvurred in. -Mr Frank from the oow. on pull'" Prop ,arty, presented the foll.twin report: To the II marable B rd o' SoKrvisors of Will County. 'Yur com. on puhl'c property, lieu Aft report, that wo hfive rxamiurd the j.iil and Bbe riff's bouxe, ini find they need Rome alteratii dm for the c .nvei.innce and health of the imnates One of the brakes which fasten tbec'N oeriN h brace. A win J SuT a-guard in th N EuiMiar aimlar t. the one in th S E curuer of the shenfTe boose is needed. It is neueseary, to remove the sewerage and the privy from the ce.f and make a sink in the back end of the jail, and put to it the sewerage, and lurnmh the priaonern with a vessel each, or to repair the sewer age where it it. Lt needs two ventilators overhead in the jaia pipe to bring water from the cixtern overhead, to the prisoners, and aln to a " room io tbe S E ojrner of the Sheriffs bouts provided with a sink fur the con venience of washing. Tbe furoace needs a little repair or alter ation. A ooat of paint on the jail roof and on tbe cornice and cupola of the Court Iiuune, repairs of plastering in the court room and office below, is wanted. The chioinevs in the Court II extending to prevent emoaking. The walks inside of the i.til uru", the fl m- iieed e ecu ring with boiler in n or flawing, or some other material, otherwise the em ployment of a night wotjhman will be neeevxary. It is estimated that boiler iron will cost 50 cents per Square font. Ti e wnll-i are 29 feet 8 ini he i nsr, and 14 7 12 e-t high winch makes fur b th hides Il;-J8 et ii o cm. cm, T519U0 The fl ior nn ine aide sn-1 frmt say 334 ft at 50 cm. wi.l ooat, 60 00 Paint.'oil & work estimated at 150 00 Wh le estimate say $1200 00. all of whioh we think neoentiury, and would recommend' an appropriation therefor." ' "Wt wnold aUo report that the old ji building and clerk offioe are rented hy the: Sheriff the ail building for $60. and ' xlarka nfKa trim tin U : -L. . ,i . ad by him." . "All of wbioh wa wonld respectfully submit. A. Fkank, Chairman Com. Mr Cagwin m rved that the boerd oon ajdar tbe several recommendations of said aom.. aeiaratslv Tha m, ,;... Jui mw wiuhq U I mfllVm WUILU I III 1M flit IMiT Mr Cey nroved as a eohetitute for the propisition of said com., to line the inside of the jail with boiler iron that the rum of ,:.( . A : ... i'vi uik' uunuK ma vnnuing year, tie appropriated for the employment of anight guard for the jail. The motion prevailed. Mr Cagwin moved that the balance of tbe appropriations, recommended bv aaid eom. (after deduoting the amount estimat ed for lining the jtil wi lb boiler iron,) to the am't of $514,00 be appropriated for the purpose of making the repaira designated So the report of aaid com. The motion prevailed. Mr Cat m moved that the sheriff be ap pointed agent to superintend the repairs on thejail and court hou.e, and diahurse the funds appropriated therefor. The motion prevailed. Mr Cagwin moved that tbe sum or $125 be appropristed for the purnnae of putting gas pipe and fixtures in the jail. Tua mo tion prevailed. Mr Casey offered tbe following resoln-' tioo which was adopted. "Wdcreas, It i" understood that A. J Vattieweou late Drainage Commisaiorera upresses a desire t settle the suit now paodiLg against him and hia sureties in I avor of tbe countv.. ' (To be Continued.) &-Jht Republican papers are advoca ting an inerea.a or President Linooln'e sarary. den!ht:o'i25,00,Wh?n th8 i .MTe i !aDj ,n'll',an of 1"!'"". to a-Uir wey to g . K,w4 jfl f .GeB.-Bntlw.Kete $2,000 a monlhi and the country u running continn.il to pa; tum totttumjping Vnsy?cafMo JPIilET .SIGNAL. JOLIET, ILLINOIS. ' OFncui.PAPER or tns citi . Tuesday, Of ftlei 13, IStS. The Lrague-'i a in Council. T iay, those who believe io regro equality, secret political societies, end who are in favor of the war as tbe means o freeing tbeoegroes, meet In this city for the purpose of nominating a ticket. . It is but a short time sinoe these profess ed patriots were greet no psrty meo they were opposed to partisan nomiflstinns and partisan fsues. . But a ehange has come over the spirit of their dreams. They found that the people could not be deceived by their hypocritical professions, and hence ihej have concluded tnmake an open move for the same object the offices, the loaves aod fishes They are now no longer no-psrty men, but " Union Republicans." It is true their psrty embraces all the Northern disunion lets he John Brown sympathizers and nullifying Abolitionists, but still they claim all tbe loyaltv and Union sentiments. One thing is certain, either there has been a vsft chsnge in the sentiments of a large part ion or those comprising the Republican party, or their professi one are deceptive aod hypocritical. The latter, of course, is the case. , But in order to giye sigor to their parti san efforts, they have been n-gan;sing se cret cfjha -ill over the county tor the pur pose of exneentrarin their forces and car rying out h i r pernicious design. And the cooventi .n, to-day, w ll he eimilya Loval Lengue movement. We have no doubt that nearly all the delegates will be members of the association, and that the candidates nominated will belong to the same fraternity Therefore, the political contest to be fought in this county, this fill, issimily a struggle between the peopls and the mid night plotters. It is tbe oM Know Noth ing battle over agin ; and the same men and the party, though tinder a different nsme, most be met and defeated again. Foreign horn citizens, particularly ,nhnu!d not be caught in the trap set for them Their: old enemies t.f Thugs renown are plotting to hoodwink tbem into supporting the party and men who would degrade tbem to a position below that of the negro. Our citizens of foreign birth should be ware of the schemes of their old enemies. After the convention to-day, a great ef fort will be made to deceive the people in to voting for tbe Lyal League ticket. No true patriot who believes in Democracy, the Constitution and tha Union, will be caught voting with the party that is found ed on falsehood and deception Let honest people he true to themselves ar.d vote down the Leaguers. The CoiitfHt In Ohio. The flection in Ohio, which takes pi ics t i-dy. is a very important one. I' in a struggle between the people end the office hollers, who have usurped powers known only to tyrants. The peojle candidate for Governor, C. L VkII ar.d igl.aro, is at present a victim of unconstitutional arrent and baniahment on part nf the Administration. He was seizd by military authority, in vi. latinn of all law, arid dragged from his family and home and euljpcted to thegroasescand most abu tiive and unlawful punishment. And the people of Ohio in order to show their resentment for tbe outrage upon the constitution and laws and the freedom of c'n'Z'"!, nlaeed fnm in nomination for tht high-t ffiee in their girt. Th-j propose to test the matter by ballot, whether tbe cnuo'ry is M be reduced to a despotism, or whether the -constitution anl laws are t prevail at guarantees of civil rights and privileges. The contest throughout has been one of the most exciting ever witnessed in this country. The Democratic freemen those who could not be intimidated by menace or bribed by money have boldly met their assailants with truth and argument. 1m nunse meetings hae taken place all ovrr the Sta'e.bearing evidence f the determia tion of the Democratic masses. On the other hand, the Administration and its minions have not been idle. Greenbacks are num. erous, and the hired tools or the President have baan commissioned to distribute them with liberal hands and where bribery will imt ai-compl'ish th object, the strong arm nf the in l ta'y is to be invoked. Such t eing the stBteof facts, it is very qnesti' niblo in our minds how the election will go. It is expected that the soldiers will be forced by their ( dicers, who are behol den to the President, to vote against Val- landighsra. At b a-t , this has .been the boast of the Ahilition Press. A dsy or two, however, will decide the matter. It will be known whether the laws and constituti tn are to be sustained, or whether the will of the President is to be tbe-suprcme law of the land. Ilie Rational Debt. Our public debt will soon be as great if not greater, than that nf England. It is now over two thousand million nf dollars. Sj much tbe Republican administration costs us. And the New York TriUme says the war "has saddled us with a debt that will take bread from the mouth of every laboring man's child for generations, aod eend mil lions hungry to bed.". Yet tbe Tribune advocates a war policy that if persevered in, will make war inter minable. IAn amendment to tbe Rhode I-hnd constitution was submitted to the people rf that State on Monday las, allowing adopt ed citizens to ote, without . going through the ceremonies of tiatural;tation, . in all cases where they bad eerved in tha aruij and been honorably discharged. True to their instincts, tbe abolitiou partg, being in the majority, voted down tbe propoei tion.' " - Republican Bl-ffiamfm The frequert brutal personal assaults and shocking mur ders which are being committed by admin istration partisans, and those bo are uo der pay. of government, particularly, gives rise to tbe -.'belief that all tbe basest con stituents of society have been attracted, by kindred sympathies, to tbe Republican par ty. ' It used to be oharged that the Demo, oratie party contained all the ruffian tle meota ; .1 ut if tbe charge kbs ever true, it ie now oleaily tbe reverse WjaaBMaasjaaaaaawpaaaaaa Bill of Indictment ngalnet the , Republican Party.. ., The following is the bill of indictment against the Republican party, embracing chartei of no ordinary character : ) . It baa preferred civil war, involving necessarily the sacrifice of hundreds nf thousands of lives; and a public debt of thousands of millions of dollars, to a peace ful adjustment of oar difficulties. It has signsl:zsd the first year of its accession to power by the overthiownf those guarantees of personal freedom which th constitution bad thrown around the citiisn. I arrests law abiding citixens at the dead bnnr nf night breaking oren doors and violitinjT the sat city of home ard transporting them ont of the State without warrant or law. It imprisons rttsens tn hastiles without charges, and releases Them after months or detention without trial, and without know!, edge as to who were their accusers. When citizens were arbitrarily arrested and imprisoned, and who employed coun sel for their own protection and relier, it has warned thn unfortunate victims that to employ counsel 'wotld only aggrevate their condition and poetpens their release. It has issued a war policy, and thi-n fo'. lowed it with a military order thrrstenirg any cit'ten, who shall talk r such wor policy disapprovingly, with trial and pun. ishment by a military commission. It tramples upon he writ or habeas cor pus, ard threatens the judges who may issosit with military pnnishment. . ltilaims for .the Pre id en t. during a rebellion, unlimited power to do as be pleasos, regardless or c nstitutional re straints. Its prime minister, t show that the President had more power than the sov. ereign orEogland. dclared t a represen tative of the latter, that he, the prime min ister, could touch a hell nn his right band and have arrested a citizen nf Ohio ; and tooch another- nn his left and have arrest ed a citizen of New York. . It tramples under font the freedom of speech, of the press, and or public discus sion ; and declares that these great rights roost, during a rebellion, yield to militsry necessity the military being the judges or that necessity. It has humilated tbe manhood oT the American people, by the point or the bar. onet, to submit to what woold have moved a European public to revolution. lt has stationed armed soldiers at the polls to intimidste the voters and overawe tbe judges of tbclion. It believes tbat tbe M icks are eqnal to whites, and strives to place them on the same level, tbnngh at the expense or a ruin ed oountry and an impoverished posterity. It aims to change our government from a Tree and glorious republic to a consoli dated central despotism from a strong people and a week government to a weak people and a strong government. It has sent this gloritiHS country on the d wn-hi!l to ruin, and thn inrned in and robbed and plui dered it wbilo they were destroying it. These clmrges are but a small portion of those contained in the indictment, and upon which the Republican paity will be ar raitrned. And if we mistnke not the intelligence, patri itism and h -ne'ty of tbe people, the jury to which ihe esse is lefrrred, thy wiil bring a virdict nf guilty against the Republican party, and it will he banished from the position which tyranny and de ception placed it. for the country in tears and sorrow, in affl'ction and humiliation, bus tasted the bitter Iroits nf its reign. Beautlea f nrpubllranlam. Jim Lane, Umtel Stntes Seuator from Kansas, and a grrat man in the Adminu tration ranks, in a late speech to bis cot -stituents, thus proclaimed tbe real R?pub lican doctrine: "The consti'Utinn as it WAS IS PLATES OUT its technical dfi lition is the restora tion of sl-ivery. and J am ready io see any Kansas miu shot down who favors the Union as it was. Tbe Clevelmd Plain Dealer quotes the following choice passage fn m a lute speech or Zaoh Chandler, another leading Repub lican Uoited States Senator: I thank God we were defeated at Bu'l Run. Let me tell ynu as sure n God's in Ileaven and the Devil's in Hell, if von elect Yallnndighom Governor, the draft will te thiee tidies as great s it will be if y. ii d not." Wilson, United S'ates Senator from Mu.-faehuwettK.-said in a speech a few days ago, that every soldier of the forty-one r-'giroente sent to New York to enforce tha draft, would rather shoot a ' CoppeiheaJ" than a rebel soldier. We are sure that Wilson would rather see Democrats killed tbsn rebels.inasmui h as Democrats are so much m ire in the wsy of his bad passions than tbe rebel soldiers are. New Guips at Fox's Persons wishing to purobase almost anything can be accom idated by calling at the store of O Fox, i n Jefferson street. Ilia assortment of goode embraces among numerous other articles, hats, cups, books, stationery, wall paper, window shades., and jwelry. And ladies who desire to buy choice furs at lower prices than the same quality can be had in Cbicagi, should patronize Mr. Fox If any are disposed to discredit our state ments, Jet tbem call aud examine for t.hem eelvea Niw Hardware Stosb S W. Brnoka, formerly of the firm of Strong & Brnoks, is opening an immense stock nf hardware, embracing everything in the line.in a store which he has purchased and fitted up for the purpose, one door east of Bray's drug store, Jefferson street. His store is me hundred feet in depth and he occupies three floors the first for tbe etoroge r iron, stoves, the second as a salesroom and the third for manufacturng purposes. His assortment of stoves cannot be exct-Hed in the county for variety, oheapnesaand adap tation to the various purposes for which they mav be recommended. In this com munity where Mr. Brooks ir eo well and favorably known as an boneat and agree able business man it is not necessary for us to recommend customers to visit bis atore. t-Mrs Lircoln it said to be busily electioneering for her husband's renom-iua. tion. Sociable, A Seiable. for tbe benefit of the Soldiers, will be given at Young's Hall," Wednesday evening, October Mtb. Dancing from 8 till 1 o'clock Tickets $1.00 a couple.. Facta Trot-lb Remembering. Tbere are some f aetsr w relation -- to th position of Judge Douglas on the issues in volved at the .time of his death, wbicb tbe people will not soon forget. ' .Tbe quotation from his speech, which ia to often (erverted and roieappled by Abolitionists and "war Democrats," was in these words: "There are only I wo sides to the ques tion Every man must be for the United States or against it. Tbere can be t, neu trals in in this war only patriots aod traitors.w That Judge Douglas did rot, by the "Ut.ited Statee," mean President Lincoln anJ hia cabinet, aa tbe Abolitioniata pre. tend, is apparent from another quotation from tbe earn? speech, Jo these words: "1 am neither the supporter or tbe par tisan policy, nor the spoloei-t of the err- rs ol ti.e A tmii iiirstions. MY PREVIOUS' RELATIONS TO TIIEM REMAIN UN CHANGED." Under tbe present confessedly purely partisin proclamation, free the negro policy of the war, if the Ab.lition interpreta tion of the language of Judge D ug'ss is correct, he placed himself, by the same spefch, in the list of traitors. For again hs said : "I ai.l i ever snrcn'on nr rquies in spy waif,,re whatever up n the comtiiutionul riyl.t or domestic institutions oj the itet pte oj the Southern f.taUs (Ai.piuun ) On Hie c .ntraty, it mere was an; Mteu.pt to n.xude those riblv ; to rlir upsrti eio- sunec i -n among their- t.eonln. uL rush to their nst ve and interi o.se with vhai I rrtr sirmy :,i j wily, I JK-SS'itg, lo (l-Jena them Jrom such acutamUij " ...'. ' Was there e.er a more dastaidly, impu. dent perversion nf hnguage than the Abo lition pretense that Judge Djugtas meant to denouuee all wbooptn.ee tbe negro war policy of the Admii.istratiin, as traitors and to call its supporters patriots? KlgeciM to Flulkhllie Rebellion. At arious times we have expressed ' the ilea tbat the powers at - Washington wete jealous of the white soldiers, and bad fears tbst when the question came on tbe direct issue whether a. rev. Ijtian should be con sumated, they would contumaciously peris i istatidtng by the old constitution. and thus give aid and comfort-to the opposition. In connection with the idea, we have said that the anxiety to enlist negroes sprang from a desire to have an army on which they could rely to f erforcu that work. In confirmati. n of this statement, we give the following ex traet from the Times, the administration organ in New York city : "It is the opinion of eminent militsry men tha ool .red regiments wiil form the basis of our future srnrcs. and that tbe Govern ment wi 1 have to rely niainly on colored troops to finish up the rebellion." C l. Bartleso.v We are glad to learn that the suspense in regard to tbe fate or this officer wss terminated on Sunday l y tbe annunoement that he wss captured un harmed by tbe rebels, and is at present an iomate of LiShy Prison. Imtr vements Among the numerous improvements going on in the city, the im provements whiefi Mr. A. Scheidt has made to his brewery, in the northern part of the city, should not go unobserved. lie has errected additional buildings and im, proved tbe old ones, and can boast nf bar ing one of the finest establishments of the! kind in the c.untry. His large establish! ment is now in complete trim, and be is mkio bier ve-y rapidly. And there aic f- !.. ho rannnl testify i tho exerllence of the beer manufactured by Mr. Scheidt. - -' - i New Goods Mr. Charles Clement has received at bis splendid store tn the corner of Jefferson and Ottawa streets', a large Stock nr fancy and staple dry goods For richnrss and excellence his goods cannot be excrlled in th country. They were bought in New York ard Breton before the recent rise in prices aod will be sold at rates accordingly. Groceries. The old patrons and rnnfls or W. B Cuswrll will be plessed to lesro that be has re-opened at his ill store on Biuff street. Those wishing to purchase articles in the grocery or provision line will find one of best and most rxc-nsive. as sortments to select rem at his establish ment. 3SSTA valuable horse belonging to Mr. I. Cbidvey wns ?r wned in the river bl iw Jefferson street bridge, last Friday. The horse was attached to a boggy : which was driven into the water for the purpose ot beinc washed, and becoming tangled in tbe harness was drowned. Appointment or Frearhera. The following appointment of preachers tt r this erciion was made by the reeetit conference of tbe Methodist Episcopal Church : Joliet District Ilonrer Crews,-P. E J diet S .n.uel A. W. Jriwett.' - Lockp ri I-aac L'meoarger. Plaii.fteld C C. Be-t. j . Wilmington JlK .B'bbP. , 1 Kankakee S. E llvrmala. ; ' : . Twe've Mil- Qn,vi-:D. L. Winelow. ' MomenoeT.C'-Young. - CreteJ G Cm. a. " - '. " ': Chelsea- W. K. Gl.iss . Channahon R N Morse. Morris El jh St.-" ! L'fboo George Wallace. - Ottawa-8. Stover. l;,,';" , S. G. Latbrop Chaplain Illinois Peni tentiary. ft ,, " j Fi out Missouri. '"v ' St. Louis. Ont 9. - Headquarters here have received iofor- . ... " ",,u oneicya rata hito Central Miasouri. From Warsaw tbey moved northeast, with the susrecteddesign or striking the Paoifio Ruilrowd as Larwmie Bridge, burning tbat atructure, snTdes troymg the r.d . G-n. Gracon, command ing tbe Central District was at Clititnn. Uenry county, yeate day, in pursuitf the rebels. Alao, a foroe ia moving un from Spring. Id, and another fr; m Lban.m, which wilt preas the enemy so closely that toey can hardly do much "mischief. Gen. lotteu lett her last night fr Jefferson City to lake c .remand .f a rairtion of the force luteudeu to n,eet tt e rebels. . ... ' Sedalia, Mo.; Qjt 9 Information received M-day c .i.radicts the repmt of yesterday about tbe. indieHmi uate slaughter nf citizens at Warsaw bv the rebels The number nr persons killed i now said to be twice, wbile many think even this an exaggeration. It is impsi. hie to obtain a true statement or either the lives lost or tba prooenv destroyed The town has always been rtrongly we(M,ion. It is, therefore, cot probable tbat any great amount or damage was dona, ... The latest information places tbe rebels about twelve mi lea from Syraeaiei un the Cole Camp road, where, it ia presumed they will endaoep tonight. Their number 'is es timated at U00. with two piecee nf artil lery Maj. Foeter skirmished wirb ibeir rear guard to-day, wounding two and can- taring three prisoners. . The military authorities' are 4aio every tpsace to protect the people. From Tennessee. 0pectOipatch to ft Chicago Times. Nashville, Teon, Oct. 7. Ge- MitchelL yesterday, met Gen. Wheler between Shelbyrille and Frank lin, ed repulsed bim handsomely, alter a epiried action, in which the lt.-ss iif tbe en emyn ki led and prist. ner waa ever 300, andiour guns. . ! 7legraphio crmmunicatlnn has been re euifd with the Iront, and the railroad, wt the exception of one bridge, ia repair ed and trains will now commence roaning though. . A email party of rebels attacked car pikets st Franklin, on the Liuisville and Nshville Railroad,, this morning The reds are evidently determined to break, il.oenitle, railruad connection with Louie vie. Matters in front sre unchanged. ' Washington, Oct. 9. ' fhe Republican extra says ; ."The government hassdvices from Cl.at tooga to the O h. On tbe 5;h the rebel bltteries opened on. our position at a rige of three aod two and seven-tenths ol-?. A dispatch from Roeecrsns headausrters o the Gib says : , "Not a men was it jured by the rebel fctterbs yesterday. Other dispatches now the impregnaU' position of lt se irans. There is no official information of he rebel statement that tw . of R isecrans' lOntooti bridges over the Tennessee have teen carried away. Telegraphic communi iation has been restored between Nashville and Stevcosou." New York, Ojt. 9. ! Th Ilerald's Washincton dispatch. Oct- fth, states : "Bw the litest private advices from the South, it at pears that Bragg's army has been remf. reed since the Bttila of Chicka- nuuga hv the follon'n-r troops: cno (iivisiori frtro Riihmot d, con mnoded byGen. Arnold E-sey; one from Western itjmia, c nimanded by Gen. Sam. J. nee ; oi.Hroin Peiersbnrg and Weld n, com maided by Gn. Ransoai;' thrre brigades ri a Fkrida, coiumnnded by Gen. Howell Cott ; and three famous batteries from iWa army, vix: Cults', Blodgett's, anl Watoii'a. In addition. Brag has Iih orignal army, coi.aieting of 1). 11 Hill's and P. Ik's corps, le-ides four divisions from Mississippi and one divi-i. n Irom Chareston. one division or Georgia State troors under Gdu Walker, una division from E.st Tennew.ee, seven divist- ns from Lea's army, 15 000 0"orsia State militia i derG-n. Wayne. 5 000 cavalry under P-.1 15 000 catalry under Gen. Wheeler and 350 pieoes ot MiHery. His whole force estimated at 175.000. It is now repre ented that J o Johnston's reserves at R 'ma. Rsaca. Kirgton. O stereville, and ttawah Brljre number 55 000. Tbe Herald has the lodowing special i Nashville, Oct. 8. Up to this time we have no news of es pecial importance reguHing the doings of other our own forces or those of the enemy ii the neigbboihood of Chattanooga. "Riilruad communication baa not been resumed. The damage to tbe railroad is greater than wss at first supposed Ioformatiori has been received which goes to show that, the enemy has divided his mountain Toree engaged in the recent riid into several detachments, and these again to minor ones, and tbat such detach ed band now inlest the mountains and a o.ids iu those . neighborhoods, thereby ren- taring common roaa travel dangerous to other than str ng military commands. Telegraphic cotutnutiication was still in terrupted t -dv between hsre and Steven son. Ala It is' reported that it will be O. K asain to n:ght. I saw a gei ilemsn to-day who wa made piisoner ly she retei (ones when they were in the ueiglib .rho id f Murrreesboro. This gentleman says that tbe rebel inten ded t i each our railroad line some two days lefoie ihey did. but. owing to ur.fi.r seen caose and detention incident tJ mov ing their arti U-ry. tn. y were delayed, and "had at last to make extra eff rts to get up .in time . to cause their movement to be a surprise, nreff. et their ntj-ct, lis also s.,sthat the rei.r,.4mif fl b f () d to carry out to full -uc.ess their u,.j Sinn, and Ihey destroyed tbe railroad bridges as munh t i roteot their retreat, and Tor the jake nf doing some miscbier. aa they did Tr m any consideration of interfer ence with Rosecruns' eupjlies oi reiLforce mm 18 " New York, Ojt. 9. The TVi'ittse says : -If we may trust the iiiini.-ei.ee irom jiichimnd, tl.e rebel iendrrs are not only providing Bragg with rrinloreements. but are also sending bim large siege materiel. During the last two weeks buds of extraordinary s;xe and range have been sent h;m. It is thought to be their purpose to erect batteries en Lookout Mountain, which is said to be in posses sion nf the advance guard of the relo K It is thought tbat. ir these batteries reach Chattanooga, tbey would make the t lace untenable." Washington, Oct. 10. Telegraphic communication within an hour or sn nf Chattanooga has been reEutn td wiih Gen. Rosecracs. The rumors prevailing here and else where, that a batila wa fought or was im oiibsot yesterday, ssem to bavo keen un luunded. Washingtoi?, Oct. 10. The republican extra, says : 'The g iv ernnient has dispatches from Chatter o.'ga to Ot 9. und i fiijial dispatches from Nasb i!le all of the most incouraing cbaiao ter G-n. Mitchell overtook the rehel cavalry im' the C'b, below S'telby vi!lv. A batile en sued. We c tut letc'y muted the enemy, who left over 100 daad, and a lurge uuui '.er wounded. The railroad, torn up by the rebels, has been repaired, ai d telegraphic Cjmmuoica- Hon is re-established. The sack in i f Shelbyville by the rebels was a disgraceful affair. Bragg's bomhardment of Chattanooga waa a. c implete failure. N'i damage waa done except a lew dwellings burn ed." .' ' New York, Oil. 10. The Herald hss ths foil iwing: "Ntahvilie, Oot. 8 We are again in uninterrupted cumuiuuicati. n with tbe front." Washington, Oct. 10. Lioknut Mountain, from which Bragg endeavors to homhard R m crane, is 1.800 feet higher than Chattanooga, three miles di-tant by wag jn- road, and less than two miles in a direct line. Missi. nary R;dge, where the rebel dispatches are dated, i a bout 1 000 feet high, three mlea from Chattanooga by road aod two miles by air line L'tokout Mouotaia and Miseionaiy Ridge nearly encircle Chattanooga, which lies In a basin formed by tbe mountainous range around it. Brsrg has an open railroad oommunica tion with R.me. 40 miles, and A Unta.139 miles dietaut, whence be can bring up Ihe heaviest siege un- cast at both tbesepoints. The Etawae shell-works are GO miles from Chattanooga, also couoected therewith by railroad. Erem Lurope. . Cape Race, Ojt.' 9. Tbe steamsh-4 City if Baltimore, fn uj Liverpool Sipt 30ih via Qicrnstown Oct lt . passed this point at 5 o'clock this (Friday) morning. TheLnd m Times gives currency to a report that the rehel Yir President. Alex ander H. Steven, bad Sbiled far France, tully empowered to make terms with tbe E inner or Napofena for the fecognitb b of the S lothern Confederacy eo ao emanuipa tion basis - , Tbe Tines alao gives a rumor that Cali fornia is desirous of acceding and rejoining the Mexican empire. Tbe Mexican Crown deputation would be received by Maximilian on tbe 3d of October. '.OF" rumored tbat England had pro posed tbat the title of Russia to Poland should be ignored. ' From tbe Army oft be Potomac. New York, Oct. 9." 1 Tha Herald hss tha following rlianstnk : ! "Army - of the Potomac, Oct. 8 During the last twenty-four hours tbere have been indicationa cf a collision between the two ermies, but I doubt if any speedi ly will occur. Our forces now at the front thought, yesterday aod tbe night before, that there was danger of an attack, and made preparations to meet it, butqniet has prevailed since. The report telegraphed from Washington lu the press that a rebel brigade occupied a position north of tbe Rapidan, is incor rect. Our forces have picketed tbe entire north bank nf the river to its confluence with tbe Rappahannock, and a aingle rebel di vision would necessarily bring on a con flict. The army hss been paid f ff to Sept. 1st. The best feel ng prevails in the army. Re enlistments for two yesrs are going rapid ly, and it is intimated thst two-thirds of the army of the Potomac will re-enlist. Army or the Potomac, Oct 11. The enemy disappeared from our front. and are supposed to be moving ria Mannas sas and Thoroughfare Gaps, to get a post tion in tbe rear ot Meade's army. . General Meade is wide awake and fully aware of the enemy's position and movement.tbough holding all information strictly contra band . None of our army is now across the Rapidan, but all in safe positions. There baa been no fighting other than a little cavalry skirmishing on the right. Lee has got a different man from Pope to deal with. New York. Oct. 11. A special Washington dispatch fo tbe Mercury esjs : The entire irmt has fallen back from ! tbe Rat idar, trc hably to Richmond All I their artillery wss removed. The retreat j baa j rohaUy been goirg on seven.l duje. j though their main front was not withdrawn ! till Saturday. ' j Tbe Herald has the following specials: At my of the Potomac, Oct. 10. ' Lee has withdrawn from our front. It is ! mppreed he has gone to tbe defences at Lictimond, and is sending a portion of his army to teinlotce Bragg in (runt of Chatta nooga. The weather is fine and the roads are in good order. , . Washington.Oct.il. A letter from headquarters Army of tbe Potomac save : For two or three dsys pasliba: enemy lias Leec concentrating a heavv foia around .Madison -Curt House, and on Fri dsy iiight and Saturday mi rning they mov ed out of the town in northwardly direc tion. A division of Infantry, a lrge body of cavalry and considerable artillery were occasionally eeri by our signal men through openings in the forest which gen ernl!y concealed tha road. The c.fj-ct of the movement could not be determined Yesterday evening reports from the front represented tbsteaily in tbe morning one i f Gen Kilpatricks cavalry brigades, con sisting r f the 5th Michigan, 5ib New York, 7th Pennsylvania and another regiment attempted a recintn.issrnee on the e&utb side ol Roberston River, where they were met by a large body of Stuart's rebel car airy. A fight ensued, continuing one hour, when our troops fill tack upt n the infan try reserves. After souther eevere contest tbe infantry were compelled to give way, and a considerable number were captured. A detachment of our cavalry then dashed upon the enemy, retaking ell, with the ex ception T 1G or 20. T tbe infantry. Our I entire force was then pushed back toward Culpepper, skirmishing on tbe waj, and contesting every f.ot of tbe ground. J 'Heavy firing in the afternoon in iicr.tf J j tbst the contest bad been renewed. Our signal station, on the top nf Tbor- . eughlaie Mountain, a as pearly cut iff, bnt the entire party, with tbe property, es' caped.. It appears to be prettv genera!- helir. ed that the train body iif Gen. A. P. Hill's corps has pa-sed from the left tu tha right T bur front pursue an obscure r ute near the Blue Ride, intending to make a de niot.s,,.,. . ilir icllt Bl d TfT for he purpose or cutting ,ff cur railroad commu nication. Should the rebel movement be eim-ly a ruse to ctver a heavy attack on mr front we are predated for it, a the ground has been cleared of every thing oil culatrd to rmbarrsss a general and vigo rous brittle on our part. " The advance of Gen. Ilil!' corps proba fly commenced ro ging from Madison Court II -use on Tuesday morning, and by this time is between Gordoine Fork and Asthares River. It was pneitiv.ly stated, yesterday morning, that tbe rebel cavalrv and infantry were upon the Culnerper and Sperryville pike. From LohIkvIIIo. Louisville, Oct. 10. Rumors not traceable to any authentici ty, prevail ol tbe approach of Forrest's rebels to tbe Curobeiland River, for incur-, eions through Southern Kentucky. At Nashville a fight is reported to bave occurred yesterday at Farmington, not Frsnkl n. Wilder's Federal brigade was engaged, and one regiment t.f mounted in fantry and -the 3d Kentucky cavalry. The Federals overtoi k Wheeler's forces on ThMrsday night, near Farmington. The rebels 1 at heavily in killed and w. urded. We captured ovr 300 trisorers an4 a t.ai. tcry. The Federal loss wss 23 kilM. 150 wounded. Among the killed ia C. 1 Moo roe. nf the 123d I lmois. The Gr?t train fur BriJgepot t eicce the reVlraid, left this mi rning. Pin of Wheeler's cavalry burned abridge at Cowan's Station, four miles rwhjw Dech erdi n Friday night, but will be restored by Monday. No autoentij reports of fighting at Chat tancoga were received to-day. It is rumored on the street that the reb el attempted to destroy the tui nl at Ro rnon Mountain, but were drivfw .iff y ,e Federals after destroying part of the track io tha tunnel. . Msj. Hthit, or Mitchell's staff waa very sick. J tfiyWhen the nation c-ms finally to atrike its balance with tis ab- litioo natty c Ui limn ii win oe tnuna very ma terially in nUr debt. It has generally ren dered us a quit pro quo far everything it ' has taken Ir.im u. It has deprived us of our gold and sil ver, but has it not supplied us with a re dundancy of greeu-backs and postal cur rency ? ' If it does not allow our legally constitut ed tribunals to adjudge and punieb offend ers, it baa given us an army of provost mar ehaK who kiudty relieve our courts of all such trouble. It has imperiled and partially destrryed our commerce, in lieu or wbicb we bave an enormous national debt It has taken away the writ or habeas cor pus, but it has supplied us wiili mourners bla federal prisons. It baa suppressed nor laws and our con stitution, but its proclamatiocs are equiva lent to both. It has robbed us of half a million lives, but it has filled our land with widows, or' phans and cripylet. If we have given it our sods aod broth ers to swell - the ranks or tbe army, it Las hslmced tbem 'with emancipated contra bands. - We csn sing tbe Star Spsngld Banner as a national song no more, hut in the opinion ul admioistrationials, John Browns body, is qaiie aa musical and much more patriotic. It baa stricken down. ..free speech, but it hss invented a new punishment bauUb ment for opinion's sake. In piece rfpesee, prosperity and free trade, we now bave war, a multitade of tax-gatherers, aod swarms of shoddy eon traotorv. , Io short, wi r an tpecify nothing of wbicb the sdmioietrst oo has dsprived the people for which it bas not invented a more than adequate returr. CMcago Tines. FROM IfETT. ORLEANS. Gen. Ilerron Defeated Port Hudson. near ! ? Nw York, Oct. 10. The tforld's New Orleacs correspondent baa the following important news: Tbe rebels becoming more daring and snm yin.Qen. Dans, now in command of IIerm&' division, sent oot a number of rrgimente to feel the enemy and ascertain bis strength. The enemy was felt, and proved himself much too strong for tbe force sent against bim. A severe engtge ment 'ensued, resulting in a loss of the Union army of several hondred killed and a -A A cr L .A.A : wouiiuu n ti vi auuia uoccn uuiiuicu 1 r I u ners. This took place on Tuesday, Ihe 20tb alt.- Since then the 'rebel forces bave as sumed the tffaneive, and are pressing Dana a men with such vigor that tbe gun boats have been called io to aid in repul sing the enemy. All tbe sugar houses an I. a . a l, in 1 a a 1 4 4 t m. ... A i. I reported that still tbe gunboats can be nf : : . . : , , tr iiiii-i rrris, usiug ,u iu auincriiUB DIUQS in inai viciuuy. The rebels are still there, end will A strsfttsp misehief if f,en Tttina la nnl r.in forced. This body of Confederates is said nac, now being General in the provisional ariL-j i ma vumcueraia otaiea. ine iruil ii reinfiirnementa urs aoitta nnaAmA h. w . . ...... . i ... .u w M J "UL UO, V, .nil ii n I i 1 id,. . r m ....ai.nl . U . C miv,, uiiin lus, icgiibU) IUD JOIIia vl the North need not expect to hear of any thing being done io this department be yond tbe mere holding of the same." New York, Oct. 11. Tbe New Orleans correspondent of tbe Herald givee the following particulara of tbe engagement near the Atchafelya: 'Owing to the illness nf Gen. Ilerron, that i nicer bad received leave of absence, and Mdj. Gen Dana had been appointed to the c iiuuiand This change occurred about a eek ag'i. Aa the enemy was found to be in great strength and good aosit ion on the opposite side of the Atchafalays, the Commanding General thought it advisable to throw op intrenchments, and, while the larger portion or the trorps were fart'ifying tllA lAt r.T0n Oftl T.ntrA nf fti "At). Iowa, was ordered to proceed some five or six miles in the advance. He was accom panied by portions of the 19th Iowa and 20 ih Iudiana, together with 150 cavalry and a section of artillery. - Early on Wednesday morning tbe whole Torce of the snemy, consisting of Green's, Morton's, and Mjjr 'a brigades succeeded in quietly crossing the Atchafalays, and, passing between the main body and Col. Deake's f- roe, completely outflanked and cut itoff before tbe movement waa disoov eied. . Col. Leake drew uo his meo in line of batile and gallantly par ted to give tbe advanoing foe a warm reception. A sharp fight of neatly half an hour occurred, in whioh our troops fought bravely against overpowerine numbers, but at theend of that timc.tbey were competed to surrender, the enemy having almost eutiiely surroun ded them, with the exception- or tle caval ry. Tbe whole were taken prisoners and thn guns captured. The former, consisting of detachments from tbe Ctb, SGtb and 1st Illinois Regi ments, succeeded io making tfceir escape. The prisoners, officers and privates, num bered 480. "We captured a Lieut. Colonel and 12 men. Front Leatenworlh. St. Louis, Oct. 10. The St. Louis DemocraCs Leavenworth special gives the particulars r waa . of (he attack up-in uen. mum ana St'ott. e co;t below Fort lis wss attacked by three hunJrel reb els in Federal uniform, near the encamp ment of L'cut Pond- His esejrt broke.and rut of , n hundred men seren'y eight men were Lrld all hot through the hesd, evidently ofter they were captured. Mj. Curt-. s .;i nt Gert. Curtis, waa thrown fr. m his horse and found with a bullet l I-through his head, undoubtedly mur dered after being tik en prisoner. Lieut Pond's canin was attacked about the ,ims time, and lour nf his men kills! and three wounded Blunt esraoed anr! m i. . n .. ; reinforeementa below Fort Sont. t.u-k j command, then started in ourtuit of Qoan j trill I "Lieut. Farr, of tbe 231 Wisconsio, was killed. Cant. Todd. Qaantrill's Adjutant, rame I to P. nd's Camp.and asked for an exchange or prisoners, and said there were a nomher I of rebels wounded lining tbe Colonel She! : by. 4 Q lantrill's force, came from Cowskin Prairie, Mi Dm a Id county, M-. A letter from Fort ScAt. Oot. 8 h, ssts a lebellorce turntd Carthage, M.i tbat morning. ' Gen. Schofiel.l has telegraphed to Lear, en worth that 1.5C0 to 3.C00 rebels, under Q ianiMll, C. flee, G rdon. a'nd Hunter are ojarc-hireon Fort Smii m..A u. ..j . - - , "va v , v nau , vrdered Col. Weer to move ull tbe farce be t Cl II III ratlaiaw (t.a C..a. C . -w.-wwv tun aJUUll. Iu tbe slrong Pew. The Hartford Times, or August 18th. gives the patticulara or quite an amusing incident wbicb occured io one of tbe Hart fard churches on a receot Sunday after noon: Tn. Ry. Mr. Parker, paster cf S,oth C-.-1-gretiunal Church, being absent, en iarfe J mm a minister from the ! Ai tritt." u, up.ly bia place, said tlergymao evr before baving.tCupied a pulpit. In .1- V ,n,:'n " "lre?t' .wo.ea -PPosite ... 4Misi vuurcn, ne mouirel of a p..sser-!,y n that was tbe S.iutb Church B-.ng an.wered in tbe affirmjtive.be walked gravely up tbe reotre aisle,' and rT Vi .V . Ibe U,PU- rfeseatly the c.ur. vumniio, woo was to preach c.me io .d ae,ng . atrager i. hia rUce, asked one nf the deacons who be was No bod, knew. S , Air. Cu.hman ascending thaw atf fettal A..li . a ... ... .wa ui. seat alongside tbe itrau ger. the comi i0,eot of the day were paesed, the orean meanwhile playtn the voluntary. The stranger takes op the bymn book to. select tbe by ma, but not re cognising the book, asked Mr. CusLman if u.at was tne hook need io tbat church Mr. C replied "Yes." . Tbe strangej then asked Mr. C. if be waa to preach, and receiving an affirmative an.wer, -aid. "There most be some mistske nere. as Mr. Parker requested ma to fi.J ,b'V jV.e J,hi '"'o. -Bless yo." replied Mr. Cushm.n, this is the South Bsptist Cnurch tha South C. ngreg.tion.1 Church is j u.l bsmw." With many ,plo giea far the mistake, tbe stranger took hia bat and retired gracefully, though some, what in bsste.dowo the side aisle, amid tbe half suppressed smiles of tbe - congre gstion, reaching Mr. Parker's ebureb just ! in time to allay the fears of tbe coogrega- tion assembled tbere, that they were not going to bave aoy minister that afternoon. ; COL'KCII mOCCEDIXGS. Room or tux Covmov Cocvcil' Joliet, Oot. 7, 18C3. Begnlux meeting no quorum.. Juliet Oct 8. order of the May- Special meeting by A.i i JI-or Mayor Strong and Aid U . H.t.R Higinholham.Cagwi? Ana ti... Leo, pgrter and Caswelr Miooiescit thetwe previoea read aod approved. - nestings Winona. Petition of Xiebard larloor and others, to allosr tbem to fill 0p tbe ditch oa tbe weet side nf Chics fi street io front of lou 1, 2, 3. 4 and a part of S io Slock 41 f 8cbool Section addition to Joliet, to a level with tba. street and to build a sswer 2 feet deep and two feet wide, to motioo of Aid. Hi inhotbam. prayer of petition was cranted. The remonstrance of Sitnoo Qooser and ""awaaaaaaaaaaaaiaMfcaai l.t.endqVVMt.K,iiBir, Broadway t0 " Aid. DM. es, " -r"7,0A,?c,."0d BrMf. The c'ommunicatron of P Carl' C relatio ...;. . . V'toery, Esq . to of Aid. CssweH referred . on Fire and Watet omitue on assessment fr tbe . pus, rfi."- asningtoD street and lbeSii. Sonetf ?'rk-78 Sch' Section .dd,tmT2 Joliet, eubmitted their renor h!fc H rS i; -edind order beeTiV;: 00 3ail0!"J whom had hery. Em ! VLV?-olnno. t'on t P- Car- BridwelCrenortad T. ""V ont of ed to be relief;otnl"'r back 'nd "k or said' L,m ? furthoonsideratiotr ot eaia - communication. whih . leo. K'u the city Iim Is waa reoeivaH 'n Oo motion 0r Aid Doolittle, the eonmia- Jh-Bn.r,poIl5,Kf Bd" Jeffmon " side o the Des )s,ri River be accepted and confirmed Aid. Cagwin offered , J amendment which was accepted. Tbat thef report be laid over far the special coneid-" ration of tha . .1 i 7i a v ' un 1U0niaj even pp5 the 12. h dsy or OcMber. 18C3, and th.ttbe Mayor be appointed committee of one ttf - - -'1KB U UUB Jjf Investigate the proceeding. nr.. , ' e- v, tug commis sioners in tbe matter. ered that the Building committee in school district number two, be aod tbey are here by aothonxed to contract for laying a stooe aide w.Ii from the d?or. of the l.rgKbool house to the side walk. lhe ti walk to be five feet wide aod at least 5 torbes through. On motion of Aid. Caswell tke clerk wa authorized to draw an order on tbeTreaa.' urer in favor or Firman MoW r. furnished for the use of the schools during tbe ensuing winter. , ;.The special committee to whom bad been V7tedttbe ;"'-nent roll, far the year lhod, submitted a report that the assess ment roll was imperfect aod recommended that tbe said assessment roll be referred back to the assessor far correction, and re turn the same on Monday evening tbe 12ih' day of October 1863.. On motioo . of Aid. Do. little the report waa reoeived and con curred in. The City Collector rel urned the Warrant far the collection of a speoial assessment 1-vied far the purpose of building - a aide walk on the the West side or lows Avenue, between, Washington street and Second Avenue, when on motioo or Aid Cagwin. it was ordered that the clerk issue an order or sale to tbe ool lector, to immediately ad--vertiee and sell tbe lots ard blocks, parts of U'm and blocks and real estate, not marked paid on the face a eaid warrant aodtrakr due return tn the city clerk. " The committee on Streets and Bridges to whom bd been referred the petition of James McCaon, M. D. and others for a, side walk on the East side nf Chicago street in front nf lot 4 and Block 2 East Joliet, reported the same back for further action of the council, when on motioo of Aid. Doolittle the petition was laid on tbe ta lk. The same committee to whom bad been? referred the petition tn improve Exchangar street fr.ro tbe west side of Hick cry street to the city limits submitted a report in fa vor nf rsid petition, on condition that tber society owning ihe eeaietry fronting on eaid street will per the eqnal proportion of said cost, nn motion of Aid. Cagwin the report nf tbe committee was accepted and ordered placed on file. On motion eourr I a ij .nrrsd tn meet n tba 12th dsy of October 1WJ3 at 7 o'clock. P W. II. ZiiiTrr. City Clerk. SOZsZXSZlS' CLAIM AGENCY. TntCoBdciVcardhaTlisbmidnlr sntLnrlxd f law tu flwul aad presreota LUiatf aKa wl tliw (iuvr.nimiit.aDd having cunnected hiaorlf with av Cod ud rxpoaoLla firm at the War Dt-panmra-L wba in .TT!1 ,"t,Ml in prnscntine uldiri, claims rM ! . ,Hr-ou'tnHt retprttfully anaonnce to tts abliclhathaw.il H-oarc.ite all claims against tba l-.rrnm,t suwius oat 1 all wantrua tba Kerala two dowa to tbe promt tiBM. Jl-ecial atteatioa givea to claims growl ng out of ike ' 1100 Battmtr Mawey. Sotdiers wbn hsve wndrd ia batth. and aUa the Mrtrs or .11 So.rtiw. who h.T. brr, killed ar ha. nu" 'na duwas run'rsrnM wl.il. hi tin aerrie. ara rutiiM to One Ilnudred dollars Bunuir. sad all sr. resra of pa; and wtht-r dots INVALID PKNSIOXS. 8oWiers-tht ar.woaadtd Prions for life, alaa those that hare cuutrsrti-d durnm while ia the aervav, W id xT ,''",n""- oh.-ra Pfntlon Slaters' rmlioaa. Minor Childreu's lVauour, piocarrd oo the Stoat rea ei'Dsl'le troia. KErS a reasonable and aolhrm Ire win twehare to cVIl ItitTeT0" bt ch,rE m-4) unlr tl claiai Anj ialormstlon resprrtinK claim gtrtn fres of rim. re. t l.in.ai.1 ran aii.Uaa l.y Irtur end a a der maned win uit the rl.imaat aad procare tha Brressa '"f.ti'T '? MSh,raoH ! riaiaatat l.res. W Hh the adraoUtw ut aa erperleoeenr aixteaa .ears trid Biu. the aa.lerxrned Sets tanSdant that ha M present aad coll. o asid claims wiib aa mwrh dia. luiich as eould ba eapecud. K. II. The leet of n cufumadatiotM caa ba had It deaired uf both aceut and firm. JUMAIiCA-.fKNTEB,Cal cmt. Chebea. P. O, W Hi Ca, 111, leta "WlS-oav Corporal la Vtla. V"OTlCs;. terel jr rl-a lo aU: perauaa hrterasted that Ihe commu-101 era beretolcra aspotntrd ! tlMCnwiaionoaiiOl ff tne citroT Joliet ta-rsrimata-the ezprase and reroL Bx ud an atrcarmtpt tu the puneeof Lmldinra e:d-wa!k o tha wea aide of I'ZZ' 'ru'n 'shii,t..a etrert to tlwaoath l.aa oriS.ork ,s ScIa.1 Krclian Ail.'.Uioa to JolH-t, bare ta lurn.d ibiir awa-niMit, mliirk uonfila stlhtcSVa td tha cit cleik. and Iba earn a ill becoatrmrd ty the common et ancti on the 2Ab da of October ISea. KIllM. nl.l I - , " anirsa o.'Jecuoot ara made bj aome perana or Bereoae IntwrewtMrf Joliet, Oct. 10, ies. w. u iaSLiTjCitTCUri Corpor.tlom BaUce. -OTICE Is hereby riren to all perauaa fetarertrd. - r. - wMiinra.. lh. A.IB1U.L..U. . . . . . " - ... 9 --i'-iv,. i no.Dtea nr " v. v miti 10 eeiiaiata tba rspeass and rrrommeod a n ti a l! or tba parpusa ot bnildiaa slda walks aa huch rides efCbicaaw treet from Marina street to rifth Arraae a tha mk side, and froa Martoa street t tba Irwaillma aw tl wrat aid ia aaid rily. aaeo rrtaraed "--'r a ii aL which Is ai file la th .dhorof the city clerk, aad tha same will b conSrwied by tbaeemmoa coeacil oa tha vkil.rl. IU 1 1 . - " W1711. im ar mane by aoaa jxrwa or persons interted. Joliet, Oct. 10. KS ' OTICK. ... I FTATI OF DANIEL L1NEIABOKK. BTTCTJ PtBLIC Kotiee Is hereby chrea, thatoa the Third M-mdyof Oeoeeaber next, (beJnc Sbaatat wavai" eeM aouta.) I shall atlead hrfcra th Cowat eawat af lorlbsprptwaafs.liaa aad arfjnMiae all eta awl aaainst the estate of Dnan-I Liaebariter lata cf aid coanty. deceased, wbea aud where all claimaaia " - - ' .w mKBw inQ nilw at thele Claim, la writo-. acaia aaid rotate, (ur odiaalm l ' A .1 t A ...... . 1 A . . J-.ea. -. mm-t ewuie. ar aj a rtnaist ed to make paimeat o Iheasdermigaed whhowt aZT- Paled Oct. H. IH6Z. ,lSw.- NOTICE KtTAT10rCLAKIeA ristrirT . .,IH -M,a' 1 .T,.n l.V'TZ'V 1 DVD of r Will Co..,y, a, HoTJ ir'Z forthaparposaofaettlina aad adinatlnT all S-SSt' aralitlh.st.t. .f Clirfca vWVrlii fLta a coanl. aWeuerf . 1 j . . " aiJ . 7 . ' " "era ail ciaimuta aiw reoueetedlo attend aad sreaent tWar-cU- -ru.nr. a.lmrt said JSt t7Zll. mA . . am.a earaia. ara aie raaaaai-- d ta make pay aaeat to The andersieaed wl.aowl laelar. " -w-s-Ww SS. S S--0. KisTHAY HOB&E. . , . . v . L i e.r..-i up i,j riareey race m Toara e wew uaei, . oa tk lUh Sept. a small blark fcorae, wppoaa4 - to b A Inn M h..iii. m white CriD eilraji.. dowa tba uo. ale white bind SWt. email white epc . Owoaooftbe (ore ib aad aiMiea so both lore tea. A ... -1 " .. . . . WH-TOHItiJl. Clark. STRAYED Strayed T?aOl tfc sohscriber abeat owe mfla anwUl mm , j .Mliuia) lullowef e bcitrra oa a red with whit fee. emailnllLa. tateA .lmrnbbarM,acaefau4 aSiZZ II hole ha tha rlrkln,. A.. . . " FROM this City, o th IJjh of f apt. laat, red : Umfr. a year old. sop of rierbt ar eat aqaate ad fiai milk, hot aot broke. A ay peraoa tirin fcal lmium to W. V. Itardwar. asLwouT at ber .berrehonu will he liberally resraraod. Joifert. Oct. is leea. . - matioo where aaieT yearilar may U tuaad Tboma Go. mew, at fjpewcer, or tbomaa CalUrateZX tba Bed Mill. wlU ba aaitaUy raaarwX Oet.13.lMa. . V ,.