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PRESS AMD TRIBTOE.
TUESDAY MOEHIHG, HAECH 15, 1559.
The State of Italy*
Since the great uproar of 1848, Italy has
been the bugbear and perpetual thorn of
Austria. It has been regarded by her and by
all European defpolinns, as the centre of
operations for Hazzlni, Ledru Rollin and
their destructive associates. A bitter hatred
of Austria and the German powers, whom
they call "Tedefichl," pervades tho whole
of Italy, from Genoa to Palermo. The
of Naples alone among Italian potentates,
cordially embraces the black and yellow
standard of the Hapeburga. There ore two
popular parties in Italy—the " National" and
the u Constitutional," so-called. The pur
pose of the national element is to consoli
date th- Italian states nnder a Republican "
government The constitutionals eee their
saviour in the King of Sardinia, and they are
eager for a revolution to overthrow the rule
of strangers in the peninsnla, and erect a gov
ernment on tbe constitutional model of that
kingdom.
The case of the " Cagliari," a Sardinian
steamer, whose capture by the Neapolitan
authorities is fresh in the memory of the pub
lic, mieovercd the long eoncealed hatred of
Sardinia against Austria. Francis Joseph
warmly espoused the cause of Bomba, and the
difficulty was settled in a way to add farther
bitterness to the feelings of his adversaries,
the "Western powers. Shortly after this set
tlement Count Cavour, the Sardinian premier,
made a social visit to Plombiers, where his
French Majesty was resting in the bosom of
his family from the toils of government.
Here, it is believed, measures were considered
and as for as possible, matured for the pun
ishment of Austria. The latter, as is well
known, bas a secure hold in the Lombardo-
Venitian kingdom, on Upper Italy, defended
by the strong fortresses of Mantua, Peschiera,
Legnago and Verona—forming a sqaare
which would be impregnable in the face of
any ordinary assailant. So thoroughly have
the Austrians, nnder the direction of Radet
zky and other able officers, fortified their do
miiiion in Italy, that Napoleon and Emman
uel might possibly find a stronger Sebastopol
In Lombardy than in the Crimea.
The particular grief, however, which stings
the French Emperor is the growing Influence
of Austria in tbe Papal States, where It has
now acquired unquestioned supremacy. The
French commandant at Horns lately proposed
to his Holiness the Pope, to fortify Civita
Veccbia in a certain way, which he was kind
enough to'prescribe. The suggestion was po
litely but firmly declined. France then de.
mandea of Austria that no troops should be
stationed to defend tbe Pope. Austria com
plied with tbe request so for as to say she
would withdraw her garrisons whs* France
withdrew hers—an arrangement which had
not been cfiected at the latest dates.
The letters of the unfortunate Orsini, pub
lished after his death, arc believed to have
been fabricated by Napoleon, and to contain
a true exposition of his feelings and purposes
concerning Austrian domination in Italy—
namely, an appeal to the popular element,
and a war of expulsion. Not long since Mar
shal Castellane, in an official report, called on
his Majesty to find employment for his troops.
No answer was returned, but it is now evi
dent that Austria was quietly selected as food
for the uneasy bayonets which support the
throne of the Tuilleries. The Prince Napo
leon, a combination of tbe literary man and
professional gambler, with an expensive as
sortment of the genteel rices, happened to
want a wife, but bad been justly kicked out
of every European Court in which be had
sought a partner of his joys and sorrows. In
this emergency Victor Emanuel, of Sardinia,
played the Detu <x machxna, and traded his
daughter Clotilde to the French debauchee—
of course for a consideration. This was oieor
ly no less than the wresting of upper Italy
from Austrian clutches, and a revision of the
map ol Europe. By pretipitating wur
against Austria, in behalf of Italian inde
pendence, Napoleon employs his i army,
drawß the attention of tbe French away from
their own enslavement, enlists the masses of
Italy io favor of his own family, gratifies his
spites against Austria, and finally lays the
foundation of a dynasty of his own over the
Kingdom of Italy, when Emanuel shall have
been succeeded by his daughter. (Tho Salic
law which excludes females from the cover
ingty prevails in Sardinia.) The Emperor
holds out liberty and reform as the bait for
the Italians, proposing to relieve his Holiness
Pius IX. from the burdens of a temporal go
vernment, giving him Home for a homestead,
and bestowing upon Italy a nationality and a
inild, uniform, efficient government. The
state of thingt in Rome is rad indeed* The
Eternal City, once the scat of civilization and
mistress of the world, has made no sensible
progress *incc the middle ages. Ignorance,
superstition and tyranny have born, - their
fruit.
The rabble and beggars of Italian cities
consist mainly of those who hare been re
duced from more prosperous circumstances,
and their descendants. TJie countiy popula
tion, who are far superior to the bataroni
are hardly equal to the peasantry of Turkey.
The absence or imbecility of the landed pro
prietors, the impossibility of the laborer's tc*
quiring an interest in tbe soil, and a misera
ble agriculture without capital or
have created a state ol affairs worse, if
possible, than that of Ireland. The schools
are in the hands of tbe JcEutk, who teach
Only the scholastic dogmas of the middle
ages. Tho progress of three centuries of
scientific attainment has pasted by them un
heeded. Hence, the educated young men of
Italy arc either whining sophists or snarling
Atheists, who have become scoffers at all re
ligion, merely because the Jesuits tried to
prove to them the existence of a God. Tho
common people can neither read nor write
even tbe religious department of their educa
tion is wholly neglected. Few indeed kiow
what their religion really ii, as in sufficiently
indicated by the state of morality throughout
tht peninsnla. Sycophancy, intrigue, perjury
and bribery are indigenous to tbe land, and
you may buy a judge or a priest anywhere
for a stated number of "Rcudi."
These things are not the fault of Austria,
but of the Italians themselves—their priests
aud their rulers. The country has been stag,
nant ever since the palmy days of the Mediol.
Her municipal States have never changed in
the party quarrels or Eurepe. Since Western
Rome was conquered, Italy has never been
unauimous, never free. Since Odoacer over
threw Romulus Augustulus, strangers have
ruled her. Her people never had more than
a municipal independence. She is now ex
haustcd and helpless. Whether a fresh war
can Bavo her, It is Impossible to say, but that
there will be a war stems more than proba
ble. 1
*>ake Superior and Chicago. '
It will be remembered that Coogrefls, a few
years since, endeavored, by the offer of' large
land grants, to encourage the building of three
important lioes of northern railway. These 1
were to rnn respectively from Fond dn Lac
to Marquette; from Bay de Nocqoet to Mar- 1
quett; and from Marquett toOnlanagon. The '
Fond dn Lac Railroad Company forthwith began j
to extend their line northward, and negotimted J
<br the pnrchue If th. Iron llonnUin Bailrud, I
then incomplete, intending to mike it » portion
of their own. The financi.! rembion, which
foUowed, effected thu enierpriee disMtrcmlr, ,
*nd the project wu abandoned. {
Meanwhile, thoM met to promote"
the derelopement of the Upper Penin,ula hare ,
not been idle. A eale of the LM. R,Ur®,d to t
the Btj de Nocqoet company, which was made 0
lMt aotnmn, wu oounmmatod br the Block- *
holder! on the Slet of December, and conOrmed
in February bj» ipeciai act of the Michigan
Legiilatnn. It waa atrenuoailj opposed, on
the ostensible ground that its eflect wonld be to i,
throw the iron trade of I*ke Superior into Chi- *1
cage; but the more intelligent member* (ssts P
.correspondent of the Detroit Tribuu) thought £
the dsnger was more on the score of a feigned iu
apprehension than a reality. Eighteen miles or "
the road nr. now £ni,h t d «nd in nmning order, Z
while the completion ot two nor e w Ui cntitfc n
the company, tinder tbe grant br Oongresf, to a «
first instalment of 120 sections of Tl
Und. The progress of this work ia thus tin- 2
4snd oerUia, and Us accomplishment may i, afc
"looked forward to withina pehod sot far die
'• tant. Its advantages are evident to the most
= casual glance, and a alight consideration will in
_ crease oar sense of their importance. Nearly
three hundred miles in distance will be eared
between Harquett and Chicago, and the influ*
18 ence of this, upon a carrying trade, most needs
be enormous. At present, the distance is near
\7 1y as great from Chicago to Lake Superior as
of from Cleveland; while then we will be one hnn
id dred miles nearer than Detroit. This fact was
id strong!j urged in the Michigan Legislature; but
m it was argued, on the other hand, that the ore
[e once shipped, it would be just as cheap and easj
s would be so much nearer an eastern market
1 We beliere the objectors were most nearly
right; but we rejoice that this insane rivalry did
0 not succeed in Us attempt to hinder the opera*
tion of natural laws. With the boundless West
r " before us, we have a market at our doors for all
i* the iron we can supply, without being compelled
n ' to depend upon the wants of eastern cities,
ir Meanwhile, our neighbors in the vicinity of St.
e Clair flats deserve great praise for their perse
e .ranee under difficulties, is the endeavor to es
•„ tablish large iron manufactories; and we wish
them all imaginable success.
The Marqustt and Bay de Nocquet Railroad,
when completed, will ran directly from the Iron
mountains to the foot of Lake Michigan, a dis*
D tance of fifty miles.' No further handling of the
h ore will be required, than is now requisite, and
the increase of land carriage will be less than
h forty miles. "The portion of the road already
e built surmounts the ridge ol the Peninsula, and
r rises a thousand feet above Lake Superior.
« The remaining portion of the route traverses
a level, fertile, well watered, and heavily tim
bsred country, descending somewhat towards !
' the south, Chicago will then be much more fa-
Torably situated than Cleveland, for the pur*
1 poses of manufacture, since vessels can ply be*
tween here and Bay de Nocquet*two thirds ot
the year, and the tolls of the Saut ste Marie ca
i* nal, the wearisome passage of Saint Mary's riv
-11 er, the constant storms of lake Huron, the dan
>- gers of the Bt. Clair ilats, and three hundred
d miles in distance will be avoided. A contem-
plation of our probable future cannot bat awa
e ken a feeling of exultation, and gladly will we
bail the day when the matchless ore of lake Su
perior, and the coal of Illinois, shall be brought
c together.
Ontfit lor the Gold Mines*
We republish from the St. Joseph (JIo.) Gazette
1 the following list of articles necessary for an out
fit to the gold mines. It has been carefully pre*
* pared by men of large experience in frontier life,
c and all who intend to emigrate will do well to be
s guided by it. Of course o her little conveniences
e and luxuries will be added according to the taste
of emigrants. A few good books should not be
omitted, and an order for the Pbess and Tribune
a Ebould by no means be forgotten. We have sim-
ply to ad«l that all tbe articles in the list san be
u purchased in Chicago and shipped west by rail*
•- way cheaper and in all respects more advanta
e feously than in any other city at the West,
t. Traveling and Camp OuIJU for Four Men,
e 3 yoke of oxen; 1 wagon, covers,ic.
1 lent, 3 augurs, 1 chisel.
c 1 oxo, 1 hautlsaw, 1 nail hatchet,
d 1 drawing-knife, 1£ inch file.
C lbs nails, coffee boiler.
1 coffee mill, 1 camp kettle.
►* 1 frjing pan, 1 ekillet or oven.
e 1 bread pan, G coffee cops.
C tin plates, 1 sett kuivt* and forks.
1 sett spoons, 1 wa'.rr keg.
g 1 water backet, 1 water dipper.
1 lantern, 10 lbs candles.
2 dozen boxes matches.
25 Ibi. soap.'
1 grass scythe and snath.
a Mining Tools, for each man.
•. 2 steel Picks.
1 round point shovel.
1 gold pan.
1 1 large tin dipper.
q 1 iron scraper tor cleaning up rockers.
1 strong wooden backet.
1 Hcive for cleaning gold.
1 1 blow pan.
Perforated sheet iron for Long Toms and Rockers.
r Irons for axles for wheelbarrows.
D Leather for pump valves,
t Heavy drilling or sail duck, for hose.
Palm, rail needles, twine, tucks.
1 Gold scales and weights.
1 Provisions for Four Men, Six Months.
1 800 lbs. flour, 400 lb?. I>acon.
fc 200 do
40 do dried fruit, 30 lbs rice.
GO do bean?, 30 gallons molasses.
200 do crackers uod bard bread.
j 10 do soda, or baking powders.
2 do pepper. 30 lbs Kilt.
25 do lard,
r 4 gallons pickle 3,3 boxes mustard.
2 do vioegar.
2 do brandy.
i i ■
a Luxuries,
f Oyster?, Fresh Peaches, Sardines,
Cats up, Pepper .Sauce, Tobacco,
8 Cigars, Pipes, fyc., Ac.,
[ Each man .should take t
1 gun, 1 pistol or revolver.
! 2 bntcber-knives, belt aud scabbard.
. Powder, lead, shot and caps.
2 pair heavy Mackinaw blankets. (
3 heavy flannel overallirts. j
3 pair heavy pants. t
3do do uoots. 3
3do do socks.
i 2 do coats.
3 do woolen drawers.
I hat,l cap, 1 comfort, 1 vest.
, 2 pair gloves.
L 3 bilk handkerchiefs.
Buttons, thread, etc.
Health of Kock Island*
The Rock laland Argus takes "Rural" to
task for his strictures relative to the local caus
es of disease in that city, asserting that his in
formation was obtained from incompetent par
ties. Tbe Argus says •• tbe bills of mortality in
" Bock Island are lighter in proportion to the
4 * population than any oity on the river. Dav
" enport it not more healthy than Rock Island."
1 he Dissatisfaction in Francs. tl
A correspondent ot tbe Manchester Guardian, 11
writing under date of February 17th, says: £
I was preeent last evening in a salon full of n
persons of all opinions, when the Journal du d
Soir was brought in. A deputy (of hitherto oi
governmental tendencies) took the paper and ci
read what regarded UaytL The news began t<
thus: "At last, then, we breathe freely ; -the c<
Emperor is overthrown 1" Throughout tbe salon is
tbe people laughed, and evidently applied tbe o
words. The reader, after looking over tbe ac- J
connt, said: "Well here is how it ends"The si
imperor himself has been Geffrard'a best ally t ti
not a hand has been raised in the tyrant's de- tl
fense! He reigned by compression and terror • a
he baa fallen, surrounded only by public con'- rr
. When the deputy I have mentioned U
had finished this sentence, and laid down the fc
paper, he added in a loud voice: "Take my a
word for it, these are the words that will be
printed here the day our Solooqne is over- I
turned 1 I repeat it, there were thirty people
or more present, many genuine Imperialists*
not a voice protested, and tbe only remark
made " Yes it will perhaps be the Contii- ®!
tuiionnel that will print it, and Walewaki may T
be tbe author of the paragraph."
This may give you some notion of the tone of p:
society here ut present. a:
Where the Trouble Is. \]
While the Senate increased tbe rates of post- ai
age, it also added nearly six millions to tbe so- cJ
propnatione for deficiencies expected to accrue
under the new law, clearly showing that it had cI
no futh that the higher rates would augment tt
the revenue. 6 f 0
Let us see how the revenues have compared N
under the two systems heretofore: cl
Y v3fc ' £e v «>ne. Expendltcra. e '
fgr •S-SfMS svomsw n
J2J2 at
ISSI «u:a.«a
The ebove was under tbe five cent system of hi
postage. Here iollows six years of three cent p
postage: f<
fc 577 424
r.NJISt 9 MS 53 a
ilff i'SS-S re
It will b« Men that the trouble exi.u mor. m m
the enormous and unpindleled iocrouie of ei
penjes th»n io the luck of increue in reieane p,
—Evening Pott,
Land Warrant Decision. I* l
The following enriooe cue ia related in Thomp
sons Eank-EoU JUporter:
'' A »oWier of the Mexican war. insle«d of re
porting himself to his fnmilj on going home, Ci
{i "i" 5 ' m the West and obuins his ce
Wlrr * l "-. Uis »"«• "Ting in u S
sute . presuming herself to be ■ widow mi
w "Pplied for a widow*, re
J g °V Bo ' b warrants hsre been to
iSi'r retnroed to Washington for
jatent*, when it ib dieeoveiedthat two warrants no
I"£XT O e^ r<onl *°" W1
oeen. The Commissioner refuses to grant a thi
a 1,1
partment it Washington is d:sposed to adhere '
Sih** 1 hoiMUu^« d »«rl>»ktbe.qu"T Fr
oT the parties, eren though the wiong oripaai
•d iu the Govarnmsnt ofiice."
poi
M " the
Mannf&ctnras at Collingwobd. Ja:
tProm the Toronto Globe.J De
A bill has been introduced into the House to pri
incorporate a cotton manufacturing comnanr in ! ei
the town of Collinfl*oodL Last year couon Th '
passed through Colllugwood on its way from
| J lem Psft Teott -» Lowell, so that there will
be n° difficulty about getting the raw material >
as cLeap as the Americans. Something more is coo
required, however, to make the manufacture of le*
cotton profitable, and we trust that the £o P £ foU
"® ~ b le 10 "fP'l "» 't»t 'JS Pol
needed. A very large tauoery is about to ain
commenced in the place bj Messrs.' Pani of T
Toronto. They will hare ererj facility for rar. of i
bualneM —hides from Srr
be be laid down rety chunlr. and ih. EI
abundantsoppljof Urki ? tft'e ££
is- " Tbe Wheat Crop.
Xt [From tbe Ottawa Tree Trader, 12th.]
[ n . lii Eluxi Cotmrr.—Preparations are being
. made for sowing a large breadth of wheat, ana
1 j if this'can be well got in in March, it will be
ed nearly certain to ripen before the rust can
[ a . reach it Then, with the advent of genial wea*
d ther, our farmers find that much less damage
was done to their fall wheat by the open winter
irt than they apprehended. Many fields are put*
as ting on a lively green and promise a fair yield.|
in- [From the WUmlocton Gazette.]
as Will Coujitt.—ln this county we have not
_ t heard much complaint aa yet. Some fields that
have fallen under" our "observation "Idok" very
r ® welL The insects have not hurt it much ea we
sy learn. From present indications there will be
an immense breadth of ground sowed to spring
wheat in this county.
,i T [From tbe Bloomlngion Pantasraph, 12th.]
McLcax Coo»TT.~We are indebted to Con*
stable Haggard for information in regard to the
■a- wheat crop in tbe townships of Dale, Dry Grove.
, B t Danvers and Mosquito Grove. He visited said
.. towns during the fore part of this week, and
u from what he saw and heard he came to the con
ed elusion that about one-half of the wheat sowed
a. on stubble was killed during the winter months.
That sowed on sod, and in fields which were
used for corn last year, is in prime condition.
;e_ Mr. Haggard is a very intelligent and observ
:s- ing man, and as he spent three days io the west
sjj ern and southwestern parts of the county, full
reliance can be placed upon his statements.
His accounts agree fully with those which have
d, been given us lately by residents of nearly all
3Q parts of tbe county. Farmers will, of course
. make up their minds at once to sow as much
* spring wheat as their circumstances will allow.
Fiuxklin CouKiT, Ikd.—A farmer writing
from the above county to the Cincinnati Gazette
. gives a rather discouraging account of the grow-
ing crop in tbe vicinity. He says:
"The present winter has been more severe
on the growing wheat than any other, for a se
es ries of years. We have had no settled weather
n . —no snow. • A constant succession of rain, and
, slight freezing and thawing, has made up the
8 season, and, therefore, the wheat has Buffered
a- vastly, though Ido not foretell a very short
r. crop. It cannot, however, be very large."
e- ■ • *
of Awful Calamity at (Jswego—Four Per
ions Killed and Several iDjared.
'** [From the Oswego Palladium, March 10.]
v " Tbe most awful ciLimUy occurred last evening
n- abcut filteen minutes alter seven o'clock at St.
E( j Mairs (Catholic) Church, thatbaa ever transpired
in this city.
n * A mission was opened at the church on Sunday
a- last by missionaries belonging to the order of Bo
re demptories, and the congregations have been im
mense every evening bince, every seat being
crowded, aod the aisles also, with interested list*
ht enere ot all classes of citiz&n?. Last evening,
another overwhelming audience had assembled to
listen to a discoutse on tbe subject of "The Last
Jadgment." The church was literacy packed with
people. Tbe exercises of the evening had ju&t
df commenced, or were about to commeuce, when
about one-tbird ot' the floor immediately in front
of the ultar gave way from tbe immense weight,
e* and fell to the basement, precipitating about oue«
f e third of the audience in an indiscriminate mass in*
. ' to the abyss below.
Tbe scene that ensned is beyond the power of
cs language to describe. The groans, shrieks,pray
te era and supplications of the mass of human be*
u. ing* thus thrown in a confused heap into the chasm
below, as well as tbe boiror-striken mass beside,
<E in the other parts of the edifice were awful beyond
n- description. Those who were uppermost in tbe
x precipitated mass struggled to escape by climbing
.. over each other, trampling under foot tbcte be
neath.
a* A universal panic seized the whole of the as
semblage instantly. A terrific ru*h was made by
those on the part of the floor not fallen, to escape
from the bouse, amid the shrieks and groans of
those being trampled under loot.
The alarm was soon spread by the shouts and
lameutations of tbe Irauiic crowd, and tbe bells
were rung, supposing it to be a fire, aud the fire
men all turned out.
As soon as tbe mns3 of tbe people had left the
thureh, a number of men, together with Mr. Guar
det aud the Hedemptorist Priests Joel H. Warn
and other*, rushed to the teliefof the unfortunate
people who were lying dying and even dead.
Many women were taken out of tbe church insen
sible, some with broken limbs, some dead. How
nuuy were actually dead or how many were
seriously iujured, it was impossible to tell last
evening, as numbers were carried away by friends
aud acquaintances of whom nothing in particular
could le learned, except that several were known
to be in an uucousciuus state, and many seriously
injured.
Lawrence Murray, brother-in-law of Luke Batti
gan,member of tbe Oawego Guard, was taken out
dead. Mrs. Mary Carlin and Mrs. Bridget Lang*
dou, who were conveyed to tbe house oi H. Mar
tin, E q., opposite, also sojq expired. Another
woman, Mrs. Margaret Hennesey, was taken to
3. tbe residence of Mr. Kaue, where she also died in
a short time.
News of tbe calamity rapidly spread, and thou
sands of people speedily assembled at the scene of
the disaster, aud hundreds were eagerly and aox<
iously inquiring and looking lor their friends,
wives, husbands, sisters, brothers, &c., and tbe
excitement and grief was universal. A general
gloom pervaded the city, wherever the melancholy
intelligence of the disaster reached.
Numerous groups were to be seen bearing their
feinate friends in their arms wbo were bewildered,
fuimiug,aud weeping from fright or injury, and
lamentations were to be beard on every side in
tbe vicinity.
The furnace was under the fallen floor, and
water had to be brought to extinguish tbe fire
to prevent a coufligration. The men then raised
the ruius to clear them from tbe furuacc.
It was found that a portion of tbe large
bc-am near the altar was very much decayed In the
centre by dry rot, but to all appearances, exter-
S nally, was perfectly sound. This beam broke off
under tbe excessive weight, thus causing tbe dis
-> aster.
Opening of Navigation on l ake Erie.
[From tie Detroit Tribune.]
The following table shows the openiog of lake
(not river) navigation for the past twenty-one
years. It will be seen that this year it is the
earliest of all, with the exception of 1642 and
1845:
199—March 13—Steamer Erie der red fsr Toltdo.
iMi»—Marea B—Steamer Star anlved from Cicre'and.
iwl-April IS—St»*aer liea. Wayne arrived from
Uuff.lo.
IMJ—March 2—Steamer General Scott cleared from
• Buffalo.
IM3—Anril 53—Steamer Fdrport cleared fo* Cleveland
Match 11—^Steamer Red Jacket for Pert Gratiot.
1815-Jaiu'r74—Pltamtr United Stat; a from lloffib.
—M*xeh 14_S:esmer J:haO*eo fromUlcTeiand.
United States Tom Cleveland.
lfiiS-Marca 22—8- earner Manhattan cleared for BalTaio
J*4»—March £l—Steamer John Uwen for Cleveland.
0 1950—March 25—steamer Southerner from Buffalo.
185!—Marca 19—gteamtr Uolliiter cleared for To edo.
i. I*s3—March 23 tesmer Arrow clearedforTcUdo.
March 14—Steamer Bay Oty. frumSaar'iijky.
I^4—March 21-Weamer Maj Queen from Cleveland.
18*-—Ap-I 2—Steamer Arrow cleared for I oledo.
IB "to—April 15—Steatcer May Quern for Cleveland.
, IfVi—M*rch Ocean cleared for «leveiand.
:??;
g ISoS—' Match 10—Steamer Island Queen f om Sinduaky.
; Conncrif-m at the South.
The Southern 'papers have an attractive ad*
in tbe Honner style, reading, "Ten
thousand negroes—ten thousand negroes—ten
thousand negroes—saved yearly, saved yearly,
1 saved ycarlr," &c. One religiously inclined
might naturally suppose this to be tbe an
f nouiicement of a graud mitsionary scheme, un*
der the patronage of the Southern Aid Society,
or some ether oenevolent association, for tbe
conversion ot Africans. But towards tbe bot
tom of tbe column we find that it is "Jacob's
cordial, Jacob's cordial, Jacob's cordial." that
is to do tbe saving, and as we can by no violence
of presumption consider this to be old father
Jacob, of patriarchal memory, the spiritual illu
sion vanishes, and we find that it is only terres
trial disease from which Jacob's cordial saves
tbe 10.000 negroes. But since negroes average
a thousand dollars apiece ia the market, ten
million dollars is no small amount of salvation
to tbe South in a single year. We should go
for Jacob by all means if we had an interest in
a plantation.—Springfield Btjmblican.
Iron for the Illinois River Railroad*
[From the Cats Oounty Timet ]
A recent letter from the agent in New Tork
of the Illinois River Railroad Company, (Geo-
T. M. Davis, E*q.) states that three ships 1 ad
ed with rail* for e&id road sailed from England
f previous to the 9tb of February, for New York,
and they have probably arrived New York
before this time. We also learn from tbe same
letter that one hundred tons of spikes and twen
ty-lour thousand chairs have been delivered to
. said agent for tbe road. This ia one-half of the
ehairs and *p;kes needed for the whole road.
) It also appears that a contract bas been con-
I eluded with an entirely responsible party, for
i tbe transportation of tbe rf.ila, chairs and spikes
for tbe whole road, at five dollars per ton, from
[ New York to Chicago. Tbisprice includes "all
charges for storage, literuge, handling, and
everything else, except insurance, from the ar
rival ot the iron in New York until its delivery
at Chicago.'*.
ArrivalTrons
Nsw York, March 14.—The brig Caroline
( brings Aspinwall dates ot Feb. 26, and .Panama
t Feb. 24.
The stoop-of-war St. Mary's arrived at Pana
ma on tbe 20th. On the next day Capt. Dbvis
banded over his cummand to Capt. Tborburn.
i'he old officers and crew were also relieved and
returned on tbe Star of tbe Weat.
The British steamer Callao arrived at Panama
> on the 22d Irom South Ameriean porta.
Guayaquil was still under blockade by the
Peruvian fleet.
From Chili there was no important news.
Another revolution was daily expected in
Peru.
The Railroad Compact*
[from the N. ?. Krenlns FoaU llth.J
Wo learn that the agents of tne Erie Railroad
Company are distributing freight aod patten
ger bills among the hotels and publie places of
tbe city, whieh being a violation of the require
ments of the tbe St. Nicholas compact, muy be
regarded as a proof of Mr. Moran's determina
te no longer observe any of its restrictions.
Tbe reduction in fares of $1 to all competing
points, whish went into operation yesterday*
was in accordance with a resolution adopted at
the late conference in this city.
Large Deficit in the Post Ofbce De
partment*
A special dispatch to the Evening Pott, of
Friday last, says:
"I learn that the Postmaster-General has re- ;
ported to the President that upon examination,
the deficit in his department on the 20th of 1
Jane, will be over six mtllions, and that it will \
oe impossible to carry it on without any appro-
priation. Upon learning these facts, the rresi- • !
<lent has determined to call an extra session." *
The time ia, however, not yet fixed." '
Navigation on the Illinois River. J
Navigation on the Illinois river hsß fairly i
commenced. Boats are daily arriving at and d
leaving our city. During tne past week the t
louowing steamers have amvrd and departed: l (
sin No OUDK, JroDy Liod ' Wißcoa - «
of T Ue"wSt 1 "5! l w'T d ? rin K tie ar «t P" 1 -3
mltAi reached the fi
grratest height, which wsa nearly od to>fta tl
higbett pom, rwohed dorin* thi h,eh 1,(.r «
le«l .pniK . D d .amm.r.-X« SwiTftSif Utk J
> i
Pergonal and I'olitieal.
K The Christy Minstrels are performing in Pa*
J ris, where they are called the Bovffa Ameri
a eains/ r
£ 2 Mr. Bpurgeon, .thinking he.can quite as
r profitably occupy himself in London, has aban
t* doned the idea of a journey in America.
1 —The report that "Bristol Bill" had escaped
from the State Prison of Termont, and been
£ shot, Is contradicted. He is still safe inprison.
T —Powers'bust of the Hon; Jared Sparks,
* procured by the six classes who were under ilr.
g Sparks as President of Harvard College, has
arrived in Boston.
—The chief of a band of gipsies, encamped
near Indianapolis, offers tbe band of his daagh
® ter, with a dower of SIO,OOO, to any respectable
2 man who will marry her.
— Paul Morphy is still in Paris, playing very
little. Letters have recently been received
i* from him, In which he announces positively his
* intention to return to New Tork some time in
£ April.
t- Meiggs, the San Francisco defaulter, it is
alleged, is in Santiago, Chili, doing a fine lnm
■e ber business, and worth two millions of dollars.
Jj —Smith O'Brien never "takes anything."
h He politely refused to drink their cider in New
r. York, stating that he had not swallowed any
g thing of an intoxicating nature for twenty-five
te years.
r- A Judge of the Court of Common Pleas at
Logans port, Ind., a few days since took um
e brage at something said by a learned counsel,
J * whereupon he came down from tbe bench and
£ 'thrashed the lawyer.
e —lt is said that the friends of Senator Hun-
ter, in Richmond, Ya., are raising funds.to start
a newspaper there, to advocate his nomination
for the Presidency.
Tbe Portland Advertiser says of tbe town
elections in Maine, that the returns are cheer-'
g ing, and that the Republicans, thus far, have
shown a determination to rebuke the present
<3 Administration.
y —TheNew York town elections, according
'* to the Albany Evening Journal, show decided
Republican gains from last year. They now
> foot up, Republicans, 430 j Americans, 23; De
'» mocrats, 204. Last year they stood, Rspubli
£ cans, 455; Americans, 44; Democrats, 212.
b The Detroit Free Press says, the act pro-
viding for the trial ot criminals by information,
it goes into effect sixty days after the 12th of Feb
:, rnary, at which :ime it became a law. This law
-* virtually abolishes the Grand Jury. All cases
are to be exasained before a Justice of tbe
if Peace, and by them committed directly to tbe
higher Courts, instead of for indictment, as bas
q previously been done.
•» —Governor Stewart, of Missouri, has par
e doned E. C. Davis, formerly State School Com
t missioner, and editor of the St. Joseph Journal,
> who has been in the Penitentiary nearly two
_ years for forgery.
y —Maj. Tho. J. Helm died in Glasgow, Ky., on
® Tuesday. Ho was Clerk of the House of Rep
resentatives in the State Legislature for nearly
i twenty years, until the formation of tbe new
3 constitution. He was also Clerk of the Consti
" tutional Convention which formed the preeent
b constitution of this State.
—The Rev. Dr. Bethune sailed on the slh
; inst, for Naples, accompanied by his wife, and
• expects to be absent for a period of six months;
* Previous to embarking, he tendered his resig
-5 nation as pastor of the church on the Highte,
t Brooklyn, and the same was accepted by tbe
' consistory of tbe church.
i —The late Arkansas Legislature passed a
r law, which is to take effect from the Ist Janu
ary, 1860, prohibiting the employment of free
t negroes on water craft navigating the rivers of
* that State. A violation ef this law to be con-
sidered a high misdemeanor, and, upon convic
-3 tion, sabjects the party having charge of such
i craft to a fine of from fSOO to SI,OOO, and an
imprisonment not exceeding twelve months*
f and, in case tbe fine is not paid, the sheriff shall
• levy on the boat.
a —The town of Newburg, New Tork, has been
1 thrown into great consternation by the elope
f mant of a young clergyman, Rev. ilr. F., (the
r papers are very delicate towards the cloth,)
~ with Miss Catharine D., daughter of very re
i spectable parents. The young divine had been
visiting in the bouse, and bis presence was con
-1 sidered very edifying, but he left suddenly, one
i evening last week, and Miss D. let herself from
her chamber window, the next night, and they
s were married at Montgomery and fled towards
e Montreal.
r —The St. Louis JkpublicanTs Washington
• correspondent, remarking upon tbe probable
issue of tbe coming trial of Mr. Sickles, says:
Tbe opinion prevails that Judge Crawford,
• who presides over the Criminal Court, will
throw ail his influence against the prisoner, i
3 which, together with tbe influence of Chief Jus
j tice Taney, (uncle of the deceased) and Key's
i personal friends in this city may secure tbe con-
I victiou of S.ckles; yet the latter bas a warm,
personal friend in the President of the United
States, who holds the pardoaing power, and
whose sympathies are altogether with tbe ac
-1 cosed. Not only this, but tbe Cabinet, with the
! exception of a single member, endorses tbe
course Sickles pursued as tbe only one lett him
! under tbe painful circumstances of the case.
Therefore it is safe to predict that Sickles will
not be pnnisbed, whatever may be tbe result of
I the trial be is to undergo.
Miscellaneous Items.
?t;To be Huso.—Judge Wilson, in a very im
pressive and sjlemn manner sentenced Guillick,
tbe murderer, this afternoon, to be bung on tbe
29th day of April next.—Dubuque Times, llth.
A negro girl, aged eleven years, eleven I
muuibs und a lew days, gave birth to a large,
fine looking boy. on tbe 4tb lost. The girl be
longed to Mr. Samuel Everett, near Glangow,
in this State. That's pretty voung.—louisvilU
Democrat, 112 A.
Nor a Bad Orncs.—We are reliably inform
ed that Mr. John SL Lord comes out of the
office of Agent of State some $(£ ( OG0 better oil
iu this world's goods than when he went in.
Johnr.y played with tbe M bntls aod bears"
without receiving a gore or even a scratch.—
New Albany Ledger, lOtA.
A Blow at tfarorisx tx Esglakd.—Recently
in the House of Commons there arose a ques
tion respecting tbe appointment of Mr. Higgins,
by Lord Cbelm&ford, as tbe Master in Lunacy—
tbat gentleman being the Lord Chancellor's son
in-law, and presumed to be quite uofitted for tbe
post. However, Mr. Higgins has resigned, and
so saved his father-in law (rom further attacks.
Tbe piece was subsequently filled by tbe appoint
ment of Mr. Warren, author of " Ten Thousand
a Tear "—salary of jES.OOO.
Tn* Foxzral or th* On Wednes
day tbe funeral ot tbe lost wronaut, Mr. Tburs<
ton, took place at Adrian. Tbe few remaiol that
were collected, together with the clothes found
with them,- were placed in a coffin, and after
short religious Mrvices at the residence of Mias
Thurston, they were followed to the grave bj a
few friends.*withodt any parade, in accordance
with Mr. Thurston's known sentimonts while
living, and tbe wishes of his daughter.
A* Atbocious Faluhood.—The Boston Con
grtgattonalist denounces as an atrocions false
hood, tbe statement of the Cincinnati Enquirer
that uf tbe ; three thousand New England clergy
men who reihonetrated against the Kansas in
iquity, one thousand bad been deposed from the
ministry for licentious and immoral practices.
The ediior of the Congregationaiist savs be was
one of tbe Committee of Correspondence with
tbe three thousand, and he emphatically de
clares tbat not more than three have been de
posed for any cause whatever.
PacnTAiii.l, but Disagriiabli Bcsixtss
Two men, William Whatley and Dr. P. H. Bras
sel, have of late made a business of going into
the eountin of Georgia, examining tbe county
records to find what farmer has given io too low
an estimate of his property, ana then informing
on him—getting $lO on every SIOO that the esti
mates were too low. They made #40.000 out
of one county -Cobb- in this way. They en
tered Morgan County last week, in the pursuit
of their ealiing, bnt the citisens got up a dele
gation to escort the interlopers out of town to
the music of drams, gongs, kettles, 4c. Bras
sellelt in advance of the muaic, but Whateley
submitted to the escort with Decoming resigua
tion, —fidshrilU Banner;
Thi Gouldt Tbagidt—Rcoovbrt of most or
TBI Wouxoid.—We learn tbat Mr. Francis
Gouldy, who, with nearly alt tbe members of his
household, was assaulted by his son Francis in
October last, while in a freoxy, baa to farrecov
ered from bis injuries as to be able to attend
service on Sunday last, at tbe Thirty-fourth
street church, of whieh he is a member. He
had, however, to be sopported by a friend. He
never recover his normal vigor. A large
piece of his skull was removed yy the surgeon.
His taee is nnder partial paralysis from tbe re
sults ot the wounds. A month since, Mrs.
Gouldy wbo was enceinte at th* time of tbe
tragedy gave birth to a daughter, and has al
ready recovered from her confinement. All the 1
other members ot tbe tamily, except the ser
vant wbo died at tbe City Hospital. have quite i
recovered.—j- r . Y. Tribune,
Iktempb&ats Deem.—'The vincity of Hey worth
in this county, is somewhat celebrated lor tbe
immense number of docks which congregate
there every spring. A gentleman who lives ]
there informs ns that he and his neighbors have
lived on dock flesh so long that they .have some
war of becoming web footed. A very clever i
Heyworthite, named Ben fatigued himself
so much by loading his -gun utd killing ducks
with fine shot, tbat he concluded to eee If he
eoeld not kill tbem with coarse whisky. With i
that object in view he came to this city and
bonght a gallon of what is known by hard -
drinkers as ''sure death 'round the corner." He ]
took it home and aoaked a lot of corn in it, and
left the corn lying around loose. The ducks
swallowed the corn without tasting the whisky,
and tho co nsequenee was that they became dead
•drunk in a fewmiautee. They did not reoover
from their ti nt drunk, until Mr. Tafie twisted
their heads o*om their bodies. About fifty of -
thexn were Th<timised In less than an hour.—
Jttoomingtyn Kantagraph, i
Western Jfetca Items.
CabsCouvtt Agbicultuaal Socxtrr.—At the
■ meeting of the Ciu County Agricultural Soci
ety, herd on Saturday the slkioat, the follow
ing gentle meo were elected officers for the en
i imngyeer: President, Wm. Btevenion; Vice
Fresident, J. U. Hill; Tressorer, Z. W. Gatton;
Secretary, E. 8. Sara#®; 'Directors, John :
Pruntly, L M. Stribling, WauTetefiih, .Barney
i Troutman and John Putnam.
Missouri Rjtib.—The steamer Alonzo Child,
D. DeHaven, Captain, and Stanley, Clerk, ar
riTed from St. Louis Saturday ereniw?, At- lour -
and a half o'clock. The Child left St. Loaia
with three hundred and sixty tons of freight *
end oTer two hundred. and ; fifty cabin passen
gers. ' Some'ninety tons of freight and sixty-'
three of her cabin passengers were landed at
■ this place, most of whom were destined for
Pike's Peak.—ZaavemrorfA lima, ttK
Fauir Crop.—A gentleman lrom the lower
end of the coanty informs ns that as far aa his
examination has extended, apple and plam trees
are in a fine condition with abundant promises
of fruit. Peaches and apricots however baTe
suffered very mach from the winter, not one
bad in twentybeing sound and healthy.—Peoria
Traiucript.
Ajtothsr "Warxhocs*.—We are pleased to
learn that our friend W. H. Lunt is making
preparations to erect a large warehouse on the
Levee at the foot of Seventh avenue. We hear
of itill another in contemplation, which will
probably be erected in the coarse of the season,
with the Railroad completed to Cedar Rapids,
if we are blessed with good crops, a half dozen
warehouses aa large as those now built, will not
accommodate the immense amoant of produee
which will be turned in here.—Clinton (lova)
Herald. *
Who his a Hotrra to Rett?—We are asked
t this qaeitiou continually. The demand for
- booses was never so great since 1857 as now.
We do not know of a single dwelling in the city
! that is now vacant. If anybody has one to rent
1 they will find it to their advantage to leave a
description of it at this office, with terms of
lease, 4c.
* This spring we hope to see many new tene*
t meets erected, such as can be rented with profit
i at irom ten to fifteen dollars per month. There
is a good demand for such at this time, and it
will increase as the season advances. Oar pop
l elation is increasing faster, probably than that
." of anv other place of its size in the West.—Clin
i ton {lowa) Herald.
l Geon Nsws.—We learn that certain eastern
parlies are contemplating the erection of a large
elevator and warehouse on Little Rock Island,
for the accommodation of both the river and
railroad grain frade, and that a gentleman of
ample capital and large experience in this trade
proposes to take the lease of the property, and
pay a rental of ten per cent, upon its cost. It is
said that a contract for both purposes will un>
donbtedly be m&de in a lew days. The facili
ties which snch a building would give for the
hsndlinz of grain in connection with thosa which
the bridge will afford for shipment in bulk,
would enable our dealers to pay three cents a
bosbel more for all kinds of grain destined for
an eastern market, than would be possible for
dealers in any otherplace on the river.—lb.
Nero Jpublicatioug,
"My Thirty Years Out of the Senate."
BT
MAJOR JACK DOWNING;
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SOLE LEATHER OF TTE BE3T TAHNAOEa.
' . . OAK aodHEMLOOK UPPER KIP andOALF,
| LININGS, LASTS and FWDINGB,
| Which wffl be said at the tovut mar tat price sbj
BLACKBURN BROS.,
At thdr LEATHER AND HIDE STORE. 901 A 203 South
Water rtreet. (evt of Wehs street bridge,) Chlcaco.
N. B.—The hlahest market price paid la Gash for
Hides. JaS4
i
! XRST GLASS CALF*AND KIP EKIKB
Just recdved
OZBZOT FRO M FRA3FOE!
1 —IT
; JAMBS KELLY A 00.,
! 245.. UAKfcOT MS
Ohleaco. HL.
Who keep constantly on hand the larrest iVvV of
Leather and Findiiyes
To be foundlnthe West. Also, alarcestockofsuperlor
LEATHER and INDIA RUBBER BELTING.
; AH ef the above will be sold vest low for cash or a®»
. proved paper. JAMEB KELLY A 00„
oc!6 Iy-bl?7 843 Lake street, near the Bridge
QRNAMEXTAL PAPER HANGINGS.—
J SEEAT BARGAINS,
Our Entire Stock of
Decorative Paper Hangings,
I Ccnslstlnx of a lane and beautiful assortment of
> Ho Hidings, Statues, Yed&lliona, Omameatf, &&,
Will be sold. In lots, for CASH,
i WITHOUT REGARD TO COST.
' v** H. W. ANDRCdS A OJ.,
, mh&3ac379 83 Randolph street. Chleajto.
} Brick Machine*. ;
i PATENNTED NEW. YpRE. 18iff.-'
rIPROVJB 1858. Frv» OIMWiSY
bands. wCh a horje to rind lU lav cn'
tbe yard la to 20.000 bricks In a m. arfejft to
made. Th-y are set opto the commoMß-t®!, a-d aie
readily coved from one tab t3 anoVr, i&xhiax Sib.
1 warranted strooc, and not Ukely to set oil of order.
I They arepruducln* tbe finest brick In Chicago. Pilce
•100. Hall's Improved Hone Power Moulders. 1225.
[ BRICK PRESS. i
. One man and a b«y can press 3to 4000oer day. equal l
to the be.t Phlladelpjila presi brick. Tbe brick ire
thrown In and delivered ontheedjre, fadllutln* half the
labor. They are stron* and warranted for one year.
Tneyaresoadjoatedthataaordliary handcan keeo tae
■ dies sharp and inorier. Price 1100.
AiHityto a.o. Ripley, at tbe office of Alderman My
ers 27» Maalson street. Chicago, and Rkhanl Borae. St.
Loms. where machines can b« had. mh>3m c3W.
; 1859.... REM0VAL....1859,
Jno. Ml. Weber A' Co.,
25 Lake Street, Chicago ....25
; WHOLESALE DEALERS
—is—
: Hats, Caps and Straw Goods,
The Larcest and Best aseorted Spring Stock to be found
In this market. Also
UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS.
A very fall arsortmeat Unusual attentlcn paid to thlt
* Department.
We are prepared to fill orders for
! PALM LEAP HAT 3
to any extent daring the whale season, al prices to deft
competltloo. mha c 343 3m
J& A. IIERZOG, NOS. 67 & 123 LAKE
« Street. Chlcaito. lIL, Importers, Manufkcturera.
and Wholesale ana Retail Dealets In
Hits, CipSj Furs ud Straw Gtods,
would respectfnlly Invite the attention of their old friends
and t e paollcln ceieral, to the fact that they are new
manufacturing for the trade, at d are able to sell
lo;er thsn any estabilsument In the West.
Tbey have now on hand, and are receivinc- a new and
estecslve assortment of Hats and Straw Goods, as. a>io.
Cap Maker's Trimmings. wUch they offer at low prices,
t number.
mh3c352 3m t>7 A 123 UkeHlrw'.
Jle:iutii'ul Cltiiia
—AT THB
French €liina Emporium
; —of—
A. JAEGER & CO.,
No. 102 Lake Street No* 103
(Between Clark and Dearborn.)
RleHy Decorated, Glided and Plain White
O H X ZST -A- ,
la great variety.
Fine Doable Silver-Plated Goods,
Beautiful Bohemian Cut Glassware,
Lamps of all kiads,
Parian Marble Figures and Vases,
Fine Ivory and Common Cutlery,
AND TEE LA.RQEST STOCK OF
WHITE GRANITE WARE.
Common Crockery and Glassware,
that was eter brought to th's city.
For Families and Hotels*
la to be found, at LOWER PRICES, then at any other
house In the city at the
French China Emporium of
A. JAECER A CO.,
103 LAKE BTRKKT, between Clark anl Dearbern.
mhT-lyc3S7
MEYER'S
Miraculous Vermiu Destroyer*
For the Destractlon of
Rals,' mice* Moles, Kings, aioaqoltoes,
Bomchc*, Flea*, HloUur, Garden
Insects, Anu, Ac,
TH E CHEMICAL I'REPARATIONS
known under the above title for the laat 21 yean
tbraoxbont Bareba they hav- met with a trlom
phait soccess, for their Inventor and
ManafactarerawooW9&lehrlty, attested by tbe Km
nerors of the Qaeen of
land, the Kings Naples, BavarU,
Saxony, 4c.; and Bf their efficiency has bees
endorsed by the Pabllc InstitniioLS and
the approval of nntaere aMVste citlaens, that they are
the only remedies lathe wdelQ sure to exterminate all
kinds of vermin.
Meyer's tilracaloiu destroy the unvel
come lntrndera wltbont and never fall. His art
aas brought death to millions of them in the world, and
from this day the watch-wocd of all housekeepers, mer
chants, ehlp-owners, and husbindmen will be Mo more
vermin." ,
Depot of the Inventor and proprietor,
JOSEPH METE EL Practical Chemist
612 Broadway. New York.
General intent for the United etates and
FREDERICS V. R ITBl T 8 a TON Dnvdst.4l7 Broadway.
irnold by BOOKEE. PHILUPS A and 0. P.
IULLEB A CO. de3o bgto 6m
Slieifield \ursery,
OHIOAGO, ILL.
M LEWIS BEGS TO ANNOUNCE TO
• his friends and the ptxbfo th<tf he kas pur
chaser tbe whol<* remaining iut j*eat ot th" retired psri
nersof tbe late firm of M_L«wie A 00. Th-»«tork e*>n
.U'KiaVnly nf Ur«e EVEBGSEEN AND SHADE
THEES, SHRUBS, and will ke sola aj they « ere
bvDfii vry low.
SOOOn Amencan Ar"cr Tire. "One for Fcreeos and
Hedice." from one to thre« free nigh, Nursery Trwes, As
liara*ca Kcotv Rhabtra Ai. <c.
Parties desircos of porcnss'nr are requested to eall
LfeSS3mc2S9J il. LEWI3.
FokKm tl'lS iVAliiit CC-ih.
(JLEVELAriiI, OIXJO.
11H1S3 INiTITUTiON IS liEMOHT
FUMiYsltaate-d on the out»kirUol s oeant|Culfore.*t,
wiiljtalcr tuniw ol city of ClvTeiaod oi'lee
from thf IM«* Ortle*. Thebmldins is ne*. of bnek, aud
furuUueil to t!ic Ofii iljle, The bath aai>|>)iM
with pur^,son-: 'ring water. Tbe
this r»utl)lisiiueo> is a; present rerei*in> fruni OUicafo
»aU «t!(erw»-:ern cuit's, is a tti;tcnui rpeomspßdaioo oi
its poyalar:ir and (Innriit'nl 'C cotdl'.toa. l»r. and
i&dy, tor.i rrly of ihe I Vi»w Water Core
eago. r ■* rcancned witij toi^lnstitutjon.
Let rac: isqato tor of lir l'tjicuaa, w;l< *»♦
ee'.Tcßrowr- f.tnt 0.. OR. »J. W. .sTRON',}. •
JA3IKS K. «IKOSx -•
B>i. l»R / k
OPIUM, MOEPHENE, QUININE,
E. J. and Tnritey Rhubarb,
Bolph. Ether. Oreoaote.
Garb. Ammonia. IndLro.
lodine. lodide Potaera,
Ccrks, E tenCal OQs.
Annato. tfojtar Lead.
B«lected and Sorts Gam Arabic.
Mace, A:ex a: d Tlnavella Senna.
tf ann& Ac.
for sale by
BOOK2E, PHILLIPS A CO.. •
ftX cS» Wholesale Drscxlsts. 15 Sou. Waters.
.1 .Vdf hot
-O*—
IPiMLKI) FANS!
Reeelved
A.T PEUGEOT'S,
CHICAGO VARIETY 6TOBE.
40..-. Clark Street 40
' ffelT c£43tyl
preneh White Zinc Faint,
KAA TONS SNOW "WHITE AM) NO. 1.
Dry anl Groan 1 In TQ In Trance, var>
rested PURS, m store ana to arrive, for aile oy
liiwuiuw. JOAKPH M arR'*PG.
B Read street, .< ew Vorfc.
mhqamlieW Arent. Taim Meiraaas A Oa, Paria.
" Malt for Sale.
HAWLItt'S DETROIT HALT.—(MADE
chiefly t"«"U Canada Bariey,) ani ialtable fbr the
o.f Lerer Beer and fltock Ale. to now kepi
SfSSfb* A I'. eP*NO<H A CO., corner ot Booth Wa.
LasaHe streets. Chicago.
order* £r->» the coaatr* promptly filled.
cS&t R. UAWLEY.
PI z PEAK STOVE.
I'ATIWO,
Manafactared ml* at 906 EaadcWi Street.
OTIIP A. *• BICKER. Agent.
Burnett's Oocaaine for the Hair,
for sale bt ' jh. Rfftn A CO^
DrucdsU and AM thecaries, 1M A ltf Laks street.
wtit-lr
SPONQB! SPONGE!
Alarceamortmentof
TOW, BatMig, ud Cirrtege Spngt,
•* ' * of superior quality.
Torul.bf j.H..Kin)*Oa. J
mhZly ' 1
POMADE, ]
Ofocrown m»ke «nd Badr r H ~iil SD C*t.' e '
mhilr Apothecaries. 1*44 and H6 itreet
McNAIH'S «
XXX F x. o xj ja , i
Uaaafsflterea an-i (or sala • t
TBE IT97SX.T? t *XLLS.
aU . UOandQJ Statastrae^
iopartntrstiipjf, &L
XTOTICE.—ras FIRM OP THOMAS. 4
J w UoCbe«ey Is this day dissolved In aeeopdanoa
with of the ceidract. Tta aadenlfoed ls
aleneaworlxedtonaethe nase of *ha Ann (nIQU-aar
Uon,aaAwlil contitree tha I's'aess uate the name of
&T.Tho«iaiACo,'-aiNo,SAorth IwAofntojl
RICHARD r. T9OMAA
March Id ltefl - mhßcPß>w
Dissolution.— the" copabtkek
shU> hereto'ore exlstlna under tbfl name of Shears
A rhoeeraft U thb day d'**cived by matoal consent
Geone rhoecroft *lll all aocounts of the lata
fels-«a«3w* gaoRGE saOECROfT.
Notice.— the sfeciai, or limited
Copartnership heretofore eilstlnc between tbe
aabaoibetfc ander the flra of SPUtTOjI. WOOLLR A
ITLTON.iI this day dissolved by mntual eonsest.
Their succeaors are foUy aothorized to settle the hast*
&eu of the late firm.
GEORGE S. STAT!TON,
- . JOHN 0. WOOLLRT,
WM O. WULTCiN.
(Spedat.) &H. CONDIOr.
Chlcaco, March lit. 168,
Copjurnsaup—Tbe unden 1 <n edhave this day formed
a Ooetnoerahlp. ooderiae firm ef
CONDICT, WOOLLEY A CO.,
iSt <*»nilnTt'ny lh«
SADDLERY, COICH-HAfcDWARE,
CARRIAGE GOODS. IXUHKR AND SHOE-MNDING'
Buiness, in ail their wletlea heretorore condacted by
gtsnton. WooUey ATulton. at B Lake street
STEPHEN H. OONniOE.
JOHN O WOOLLEY,
PRED ERICK KING.
Chlcaao, March Ist. 1859. - mhsc377ln
Dissolution of co-part.nersh*.
Tte flrm of Collins A Blatch'brd. proprlelor? of
the Chlcaco LeadPlseaadßheetLeaA Works.ls thlsdav
dlsiolved bymamal consent. E. W. Blatehford bavins
purchased the interest of Mcrris OolUns In sal 4 Worka.
Tne acaotmts of the firm will be dosed by K. W. BUtch
ford who It authorised to ose the name of said Ann in
liquidation, and to whom all nersoas Indebted are ro-
Quested to make Immediate pajmeot.
MORRIS COLLINS.
Chlcaco, March 1/59. E. W. BLATCHf ORD.
Chita;. Uad Pipe ud Sbeet Lead Wtfts.
The undenlfued will continue the oanuftwtortn* busi
ness «n<ler hla ladivldaal name, and also the Agency of
tbe CollUr White Lead and Oil Co., of Bt. Louis, and of
tbe Bt. Lonis Shot Tower Co.. and woald respectfcly so*
licit a cnntinaaace of the oatronaxe heretofore extended
to the firm of OoUlm a Blatehford.
E, W. BLATCHfORD.
' Chlcaco. March 1.U53.
The firm of Blatehford A CoUlns, Proprietors of the 8t
Louis Lead Pipe A Sbeet Lead Works Is this day dissolved
•<» mutual consent Morris CoLlcs bavinc purchased the
ln'erctofT. W. Blat.hfoH In said Worka The account*
i oltjetrjwlU b«closed by MorrisOoliaa.who Is au
thor - ?d te ose the naae of sal J firm in liquidation there
of, an *o whom all persons Indebted are lequested to
make immediate caynenk E. W. BLATCHFORD.
tii. Louis, March 1. '59, MORIU 03LLI5A
St. L«nU Lead Pipe aid Sheet And Werks.
The uad?r*Uhed wIU but.
ness under lus
sohclf a antlcDuct orthjnss|Fa<e heretoiorejex*
, .teadiataßeflnnor BlatchCra F
;* t ■ rioiieß,coLn*t.
| Ji. 1»1«. Mirth Lm. ,»&a tSKIwJI
D ISSOLOTIO.V EJiMSMBHIP.*
The Cr« hevnolore ex&lna under tflr name and
>J style oWawier. BellenA 10. l£thti dupdlssolved by
Theodore Beta, J*>nru. Mella and
JmaSw. Meilea retlrlnc. Mr. A. A. K. Sawysr Is fully
. t ■utnorised to settle all business of said firm.
I' ~ A. A. K. BVWTER,
' « JOHN O. M ELLEN.
» THtO. BETTB.
fe!32m JOHN D MELUV.
CO-PAfiTNEESHIP NOTICE.—THE UN
derslaned have this dav formed a co-partnership
under the name and style of Sawyer. Parter A Co.. lor
» purpose of transactinsa General Commission bualseas at
the old Stand of Sawyer, Mellen A Co.
A A. R. SAWYER.
Late of the firm of B«wver. Melien A Co.
R.B. PAKKKR.
L. 0. BOYINUTON.
fe!B 3a late Parker a Boyincton.
' "VTOTICE.—WE TAKE pleasure in
-Ll recommendlnc tbe new firm of fawyer. Parker A
Co. aa Kfntlemen fully estltiedto the ressectand con
fidence or the Business romniunltj, and we trust the
! maay friends of the late firm of Sawyer Mellen A Co..
and others wlshloc their badness transacted in a prompt
| and efficient manner w'.U bestow their patronace usen
the new house. THOi BffTTS.
JOUM D. MELLON.
fe!B2m JOHN 0. MCLLEN.
Removal Notice.
J OH Jf WEST
19 NOW OPINING HL3
! CARPET jEX -A. Xj XJ .
AT 111 LAKE STREET, (UP BTAI&SJ
1 HE IS DAILY RECEIVING
1 NEW OABPET?,
OP TilE LATZST STYLES.
. NEW OILCLOTHS,
OF ALL THE WIDTHS.
NEW MATTINGS,
CANTON WHITE, BED AND
COCOA.
NEW CURTAIN
MATERIALS OP AIL KINDS.
NEW SHADES,
GILT OP THE NKW23T PAT
TERNi
NEW MATTRE3SE3,
MADE OP THE BEST CURLTD
HAIR.
NEW BEDDING,
PILLOW?. BtANKCTa, COM
JORTKRd. ETC.
NEW HEARTH RUGS,
MATB. ADELATDB. COOOA,
JUTE, Era
JOHN WKST
mhWy cO
PAPiR HANGINGS.—NLW SPRING
STYLES.
Splendid Arror «f Rldi
PARLOR AND HALL DECORATIONS.
Selected especially for the
CIT~ST TRADE.
Having received our usual larce and splendid assort*
meet of allthe late Sprinc styles of
WALL PAPER AND LINEN SHADES
Of various deslngs. we re;pectfully Invite the attention
of our customers and house keepers cenera!ly that eon*
temp ate re-fumlahln* their houses wlJi Wall Paper
and Window, haiev to our larce and compute aworW
meat of tbe tame.
We are alwara prepared to execute
Paper Hanging
In allthe vailoos styles In am inner utsurpaa:d by any
other boose in Ihd States, en the mcst favorable terms.
Publle Bulldlnai, OSces acd i>weQkp pa*
pered by contract or otherwise in a superior style, and
al' of our work warranted to five perfect satlsfactlsn or
money will fee refunded.
H. W. ANDRESS & CO n
Dealers In Plain and Deo Paper Hanglan, Ten!*
tlan BUnda, Bordered and Tranioarent Window Shades
and Ilxturea 8 RANDOLPH STREET.
mnll-6mc<22 Chlcaso. PI.
HO! FOR PI K E'S PEAK.
FOR BALE:
A Well Eatabllalied Drujj Store*
IN SANDWICH. ILL.
On the C. B. AQR. well s'luitel and stocked: with
a iar*e ran of c stum-, flrock Ireth and ana in aood or
der B>Jes lar<» and satisfactory. This Is arsre oppor
tcnlty for a penon to ensue in the Dm* Business. I
wl'h to (ro to Pike's Peak la my only mouvo lor oflertn*
to tell.
This property's offered for thirty days. If n«t sc Id with
in tbat time It will be withurawn from the market,
a J SMITH.
Sandwlck. March 4th. IW9. mh5c3732w
OSTKTTE R'S CELEBRATED
9to*4CH Birrr-aA h'.ve by me-lt of their to ale
anil other mrtlldnal vlrt ju, acquired a celebrity acd
poujlarliy heretofore unknown. Tbit fact bat induced
snprlnc!p:ei partiesh.re and elsewhere to eounte.felt
andimltateth s ureoaratlon. and nt'm It off to tbe cn
sonec isr rr nnprncioled dealers who will retail It
upon the reputation or the eenulr e trtic.e. thus not only
endangering health and tlfe bv tte use of vols vile mix
ture ibus sold. but are rotbhc the locket a so. Toe
most ptomlnen* operator In tM« Qefarout toi'neas thus
lar brocicht to our nottce.ls afelicw by ths nsne of Clark.
whopr*p»resthemistuieand rdlLs Hosteller's entity
bottlei wh ch are :e-Übe'ied wiuj a cooiterreli and rpa
rious labf . carkcovp.-el »lth thin-foil; thostbev
are sold. C. H. Bc :>w(ih. No 101 vfat«r itreet. we Sod
a La; te dealer in t*ls c joi.ter:elt article which caold not
be sold at any p Ice were U not fjr tbe re&uine Hostel
ter*s Bitters. We c»utlon the public to doc re these im
porters * nd see cur advertising columns for tne nunet of
respectable merchant* an-i for the genuine ar*
•lde tbegenwoe Hostetter 6 omirhßiUers have tbe
naiLe Impressed in the c the bottle, alas la the cap
covering tbe cor*, and the iabeU bear the autcgraph of
*• UcsteUer Atml h. Pittsburg. Pa."
CARD—TO T!IK PUBLIC,
ihe above de'amat- r* article hai appeared soae dsys
la tbe Chicago lAiily Tribune. La£« o.i ratarday *Tter
noon the nnderslgaed te:eiV<s. 4 In'ormsiloa tbat a per>
son. claimina to be Dr. Hcasnter. lstu author. There
are partes na~ed <mlth. It Is understood, reddiccat
PUteioig P.v. who mike Hooter's Bitten, sad ship
qnantiiks here and *isewoer*. We bave seen and tried
the bitters, and know tie resume Dr Isaac T. Uostct
t er*> Bitters u a far sop trior ante.e In every respect,
U <ntn r no deltterlcus lngr-cimts.
Tbeunde:slin»d, Junta H. 'ark. Is the ?annf4Ctsrcr
of the genuine Dr. Ivtac T. Ho»tetter's Bltteri, a&dis
me only person of ice nare of Clark enlaced in tne
business In this <*ltf. rbe Clark mentioned la the publi
cation Is no doubt btendfd to apo y to him.
Wehive reslie4 in th'caeo for some time, and proba
bly tb&il the remiiad;rof lie. anu do not Intend that
any Pittsburg Interloper shvi. with mponliy. charge ait
wi ocounte-fe.au* ardimiutlneanar&de we have bo
desire to meddle wl'h: out w*r endeavor to protect ottr.
sex and «ul continue to and »ell the o-ly
inuy geculne Ur. Isaac t. dosittter*s Bitter's. Pmltl
and others at P.ttsborg may sell what they eo«ese—not
Interfering w,tn our »rr4£g«meats—as long as credulous
customers can be founl tj purchase.
_ JAMES H. CLARK.
Jfevra PwtKihen Chicago Prtm ami Tribmmt:
Qni-fe nctloeacad. headed "A Card—To tha
public,' La tbe Times of tbe 2d olt, which lor tbe flnt
Ume we see to-day, Intended aa a reply t ourcan lon to
parties selling our Hoetetler Stonach Bitters waich we
haipubdabel in \\*Prtx*a»tl TK&mea short time bo
fore, and «n wtlch there appears to beiotne doubt In the
mind ef the subse iben as to the Idestit* cf •be Clare
referred to by cs as beine engaged la reflillna our empty,
cist off boulea and rttalllng tue aaao with count<riea
latflsi
la order that we may be ondeigtocd: the Clark wr
mean b the sune wha several 7e«rs s*see made Bitter*
lnPiUaonrg. but not beiag able to sell his vile miatera
where he was anawn. su Henly let tor pans ua known,
moch t5 the chsgnn of bis manv tw TtMng ii'.ends; snd
lately It appears (d this be tbe same) be tarns up in your
<itr, and oaable ti seL his enpamtoa under his
cwn same, be takes advantsge o! tne reputation of our
eriibrated Sltle *. hunts so our empty, bottles,
fills them wta ids compoond and wttn tbe aid
of conrederares lr enabled to dece've many InncesLt
panie9Wbode«llatt«gennhi*Biuers,and worsa t;aa
all, he haa -be audacitr to claim to be manufacturing fbr
another Bottetur. wnleh aseertlon we pronounce to te
as destltnti of tnoh a* the character of Ciara Is of prin
ciple.
The witter admits having numerous connections of
i bUnarae euzaged in the mealcal profesilcn. but none
1 who would cu:deaoend tj asaodate with-this fellow
i Oark.
Wethoefore ovifloa the puhUeaad dealers generally
afalnt this vile Imposter aadaU eoceenied la the sile
of • 1? frauJu'eotruH and see ths advertising coloacg
of Chicago papers for the naaiofressectabte merchant*
whose!thegeoulae BtontacS Bitters, prepared by
v „., HOJTETftR A SMITH.
nhlllweiiS Pteabar*. Pa.
Flour Sacks |
The undeksignkd are now !
Agents for the Boston Bag Paetory of Me«sra j
Chases M yav, who htve to'-g ceen favorably mown
thrni.hoot the ajnatuf»rtarersof the best j
Of fljors«cks«versolJ in the country. j
>,eshad bave a mil assortnent of thslr Baeka and I
hav< the facilities f-r priniicg them altb new and bean- f
tliul devices. Ord-rs fr.m. the .ity and country trade t
wi lb-uiledsatia aetorllyastopHc4. qaillty and flnlsh. j
mhlQ ly ciU HAWKINS A CflapMaH. 1
JUL. TOM HOBVEL Jb CO., !
au. soEiirris bsot * co.j t
IMPORTERS OF AND DEALERS IN HARDWARE, t
Cilltry, Tmls, Cus, Sills, CUn, kt, !
17S IiAJCE STMKT 09XOfL90- 1
nhdSmoUO
iHeMntief fci. I
124 Lake Street.
THE GBXAT WESTEBN
WHOLIIUII AND HETAIL
PATENT
*nEDimi.VE tff.FOT.
yoa wast a remedy
for yoar Ooach ra to
koiles. SMITH a co/a.
134 Lake
Lt If yoa wast a remedy to
parity the stood so to l-M
Lake tt. BOLUS. SMITH
A 00,
yoa want a Fever
aad Ane remedy 10 to
BOLUS. SMITH i Cv„ VH
Liks*
V~lf yoa want a Hat Ees.
torative or Hair Dresalac. to
tnt too want a BheaaaW
(0 PHI or Llalameau n to
BOLLEB. EMITH A 00. 1M |
istwet.
BTlf yoa want '
Plies to to BOLLfiL
A 00 .134 L*«o-«
t^ll yoa want a Hair Dye
—wimated. to to BOLLB.
BttXm A 00m 134 Uco«.
yoa want a Portative
or Cathartic PIU go to 2..
SL A Oo's, 121 Lake street.
9*Zf yoa want a Tain Kil
ler or Pala Extractor go to
BOLLX&i SMITH A CO..
lMLakesL
IW If yoa want some Toale
Jiltters ortJcheMam Scbaaspe
■o tO BOLLV. BMTIH A
,
! Wor Dopoaoo's. Clark's
aad Cheesmaa's Female PUls
. so to BO LLCS, SMITH A
00m U« Laika street.
IFTor Coach Oandlas or
folsooalo W«fers 10 t> 134
t LUOIL, BOLUS, SMITH A
V^oraPoi«d« , fpute or
Wash tv the Teeth go to
' # U4 .
4 f. ' a Liver and DynetK
~ tic Remedy, goto BOLLE3,
' - SMITH A Uo»* li 4 Laaenc
IV For vennlfa*# and Dys>
I peptic Bemedy. go to 134
[ LajeU, BOLLEB.SMITH A
I OO^mLake^u
f SWTor fltreacthenlag Plaa>
t«rs or aU kin as «• BOLLK&
SMITH A CO., U4 LakOHM
lyFor a Remedy for all
Private Diseases go to 134
• iAke-o. BOLLEJ, SMIEH A
. 00.
. VFor a Remedy forDls
' eases of the B*ln go to
[ BOLLE3. SMITH A CO..
* » Hi Lako^u
Fancy Boaag. Brash
es and Toll't Articles go to
BOLLS. SMITH A CO* 134
Lake-st,
Hadkerchief El
. tracts aad Perfumer* to to
I BOLLKB. BMiTH A CO . 134
I LakMt
> WFor Trowei Shoulder
Braces and Abdominal ttap>
t porters. Taey are aetata for
■ the maaafactarers and will
seU at low prices. dOLLES. SMITH A Om 1M Lake^sL
:c«lds,
Coughs,
Asthma,
Catarrh,
Influenza,
Bronchitis,
Hoarseness,
Sore Throat,
Whooping Coosh,
Incipient Consumption,
Brown's Bronchial Troches.
oorrxiay sxouan.
* n ' er ®d accord la* to act of la Ihe year 1957. by
John L Brown A 80a. Chemists, Bostoa.la the Clerk's
Ogee of the DUtrict Court of the DUt. of Mss.achosetts.
1 ,*y*COCGHfI.— The great and sadJea chaoses of oar
climate aro fruitful sources of Polmooarv and Bronchial
Affections. Experience having proved that simple rem*
edlesoftea act speedily aad certainly whentakeata tho
early stage of »he disease, re-oune should at occe be
hw to Brown's Bronchial Trot-hes,'* or Losenges, let
Ute ccoghcr Irritation of the throat be everso sllsht, aa
by this precantlon a more lerisu attack may be effects
a ly warded cf.
Brown's Bronchial Troches,
iJCares Coagh. Cold. Hoarseaess aadlsflaensx
*oy Irritation or direnets of the Throat.
s£„Heiltves the Haeklsg Cooah in Consamctloa.
UJ Believes Brooc'JUs. Asthma aad Jaiarrh
aad sives s re-sth to the voice ol inters.
Kvladlspensabla to Public speakers.
Brown's Bronchial Troches.
[From Rev. Hesry Ward Beeeher. who has ased tte
u _. Trnches for Ave yeare. J
* haveaever changed my mind resoecttcg them from
the flrst, except to thmtyet better cf tha. «h>ch 1 began
•hJO'tog well of. in all of my lectarin* toors 1 have pat
Tioches into my carpet bag as rrgalvlyasldoiect?ree
0' Uaca. Ido uot heilti te to say that la to f«r as 1 have
aa opportunity ct comparison, yoar 1 roches are nr*-eml>
aenUy the best aad the first of the great Lt-sengcSchooL'*
Brown's Bronchial Troches.
[From Rev. E. H. Chatla.D. D. New York.]
I consider yoar Lcs*ogee aa excellent article for
taelr purpose*, and recommend their ose to Pablla
Speaker***
Brown's Bronchial
From Mr. 0. H. Gardner. Piindpal of the Ratter's F»>
mal*lnstitute. New York,)
I have beea afflicted wtih the Bronchitis daring the
past wioter. aad foond no relief anttl I fonna your
Trsehej."
Brown's Bronchial Troches.
Children laboring under Coagh. Whooplag
Couxh. or Hcarsnesa, are partlcalarly adapted, oa ac
count of their soothing aad dematceat properties. As*
s!stu)gexpect*ratloa.and accamolotioa of phlegm.
Sold by
FENTON & CO,
S4 Lak* Street 04
OFPOSITI TBXMONT BOISS.
E.ostetter's Stomach Bittsrs,
fold by BOLLES. SMITH A CO- LM Lake strest
Hoatetter's Stomach Bitters,
Sold by B. T. WATKIN3 A C 0« SI State street.
Hoatetter's Stomach Bitters,
Sold by J. H. REID A C0 M 144 aad 146 Lake street
Hoatetter's Stomach Bitters,
Fold by HATEX. PARREL A CO.. 71 Water street,
Hoatetter's Stomach Bitters,
Said by SARGENT A IL3LEY, 140 Lake street,
Hoatetter's Stomach Bitters,
told by j. £. a, F'JLLER A 00.. 37 Water street.
Hoatetter's Stomach Bitters,
Sold by BOOSTB. CVNIS A 00- X Water street
Hoatetter's Stomach Bitters,
Sold by L. READ A CO.. 93 Lake street
Hoatetter's Stomach Bitters,
Sold by 0. P. PULLER A CO. *r
Hoatetter's Stomach Bitters,
Have, for their Tssls and other Medldaal Virtues. be»
come so celebrated and popular, that anprindpted par*
ties here and elsewhere have counterfeited them extea
slve'y, and to prevact deception we refer pareaaser* to
the abovs parties for tfee genuine artJde or to the pro»
irlstors. _
U»stetter A Smith*
iaX eST-ta PITTSBURGH. PA.
•THERS, A3 YOU LOVE YOUR
ChOdrea. be on the alert fbr every symptom of
aa, Forworsss cause the death o? mqretaaa aay
ether diseases la all cases
TIF! A n ttUiil or pale ooaateaaaee, ttvid
UtUH V »*V 1 elre
fool breath gi*e UoLIO.
FOR W AT'# VKOITtBLI
WORM CONFECTIONS.
XTT n *R IVT St I They are a delldaas prepa
" v i* Jlaw. ratloa of BosarthM any child
will crave. If worms are present they will safely and efr
fecta«lly remove them and restore health la all cases.
Worms! Worms !—T&ese troublesome Infests ot tha
stomach vadbowe<s of children have at last found their
match ia a matchless preparation called M HoUoway 1 *
Worm Confection." whtch Is ii* the form of a vleasant
and agreeable candy. The little children affected with
worma. which heretofore turned ep tbeir aoses and
sputtered aad cried about the admlnlstratSba of the
aaaeeoas stuffs ander the nama of Vermlfaga. will opes
their Bale mooths wtth ecstary to thank the Inventor
Ibrmaktng a pleasant care for one of the most treabl*
uoe diseases. Every box warranted.
Sold b' BULLES, SMITH A CO«
de2l 134 Lakest. Agents for Northwestern States.
DR. C J. I,FKD>g
QUININE SUBSTITUTE,
Or, .TEH WE TO.TIV,
WILL CURB
TEV K B. AND A <3- DE •
Also, yellow, chagres and
Panama Verers can often be prevented by the as«
oruils lavaluaue remedy. The redye Is from a vary
o lebrated Physidaaafter thirty-five years experience
In Honllals and private practice la New York City, aad
bsabeeo teste-i hi all sectloaa of the country daring the
Sast six year* with the most wonderful sacoen. lathe
stern aad eooatry, wbers Fever aad
Agae prevail U has aceompCahed mach by curing the
tfsease as well as reaovattag aaa reeaperatlag the nv
t«a already shattered by the ase of ftahdne. Morphine
and Mercary. or too free ase of the trashy nostrums
soch as are d>ily being fbreed upon the Bns&spectoig ia<
valid. To all suffering firom prostration after dlsrsse I
i recommend and guarantee this Medlolae as a perfect
1 Tale. To traveller* la aahaalthy climate*. I wouid ase
the words of the wdtkauwa Captain Joha w. Maason.
aow of a Liverpool Packet Llae. a d many year* la the
South era aod South American Coasting trade, ~ I
would as sooa think of going to sea without» redder as
without the Quinine Substitute."
J. H. HAZARD, Proprietor.
131 Hat. New York.
Penton, alobloeon 4c telth.
Wholesale Agents. 13 Booth Water street Chicago. O).
del4-bW> tAo34
WEIGH AND CONSIDER.—AN HONEST
QUAKERTS ADYIOE TO GONBUMPTIYSB i
H Frieadsl delay ao4
oae B»ment to aslac
this great aad best
§ALI?B L 8
a-.d the saada of
Sfeare aeariy ran oat I
It will be te-ihee the -
Sertng of :j Ufe. and i
thoa wilt be restored I 1 t
scaln t» thy famllv. t
Thee need aotdemtr f
floras seariy as thoa art coae thy eaodltiea is eotasora 5
hooeless thaa mine was. aad as thoa knoweth. 1 f
h«»i» hMBX rmMnr+,l Ia »>.^ I
of othCTR. wbeew testfaaoay thoa will Bad wtth the bot- F
everything thoa hast tried h« t
filled, that tEoa si* bevoad the reach of medldnee. 1
Ihoawifl sweiy nope deoetvsd by .this good remedy t
Pe snre thai eettotf ao other ae^^a.
wukr ioum utErff Aoa. «
•»! 1»I Uks |
Jfttbirinra,
i KETVTBDT
TOR Alk Disaisii AEIaMS FBOM
ill\ A Ii A it I A 5
VarticaUkrlT rnV22R and AOTTX.
Chilli sad WJ7l' 411 <JUea»e* arising from that
oaodttoncf th/UJvCT *> universally produced by tho
malaria and few of the West Sacb u dinnerl or
torpid Owe anlAfieoeat of the spleen. or Agae Oak*
la Uy j**» Bt tym latenaiaiiu. Kamiaeat Ferer*.
sad. lan—d. aU dupeasei uiltln* troq a MUioas ooodi>
ttoo of the vateot Its Increments are ill vewetabl*
and atriecOg binWM ta their eS£*'.* aai perfectly oee»
Uln to core. Reader. tr too desir« C-J »ave moo ey and
Um *nd •elyoarlheilth. take It u '•oca. Instead oi
thoee things waloh palliate while de aot ear*.
MIBBB3L 1 K. "'nOT^W
Am* Balsam superior Co any\**m®ajr In our mar* for
the permanent core of all zamfcdoas We
cheetully recoeimend it as worth ,/Ofcal sr«at "»m« H
has whefever aoid a d aed. «■<*.-
Very inij tears. RICHARDd A TH^mg
... Gauosc. ChJo, April L IKB.
Tothesafffrrer*oiehfl , a,%*erand agoe, I eheerfaHy
Mmbltthe following: Hand* ®bserve«i oloeety Ibe •£
Jectaof Dt, Mann's Ague Balaam Is lb* vtelalty f»r tho
put three year*. I am well pleajed *ll4 !:■ remedial vtr
tae* aa aa antidote to malaria. I have frequently ascO
PijeUoe. aad w,o» eaUra saUrfactloa. From my
u!?iv ~ ° Q^ e g .- °j! eomi.oand.l rait>Bimead&
aa sale, prompt uui eflolcat.
M HACEEDOM, A Kr
yoar Am Baletca fcr too nM thrw »e*rs to aoorea of
A£3&
Traly jours. PUILUUAN A &KARSB,
im M4wv. _ Lwusskbt. In J., Sept. U. lift*.
_ »_ ™*n im» ons-hatf gross mora of
tsdtroly atprd the Kut of yerer aad Ana.
J. LTTLK, Fbjildaa aad Omtalgt.
.r..,, , _ _ LacMiDiß. Mlchltaa. Jna>lß.lHt-t
MUBBB. 8. K. UaNN A 00-. Qalioo, Ohln.—
IhantOHythatX tuTafor tereral mratba beea oos
pietely oroMrated by cli l'a trie* lad aims, and aa X
Mtoa Un» family who w«e .«s.*Jdeat onoa my labor
» tor their lha*« trod '.a vm.-> allUw
dies tamy reach, faad Uwy are lesion,] .''at 1 foood noao
to coreaatlll used toot *foa baUac. I hare ae V»
riiook. or bad a Dfrtlcie of Aver ilaco the Q.-*« dow. oat
1 bavs iloao oseU the third boUie. 4 I,4*© cow beea
•oond for t reo moatb» abd I am confident is u tta only
this* liuU wlii Defer fall.
Yoor» tral/, a P. WOOD.
1 ® H. MAXt A CO.', Proprietors, Gailoa, Ol
O. J. WOOD * CO, St. tool*. M-r. Sole Wbolesalr
aad T:rrHorte».^sd
■aid b> all Kood drogrtna. iaiMoi
THE X»IVBR INVIGORATOB
UttAUD BT DX. aA.tJOXr.
1 ttJHPOCSDKD KSTI&KLT FlO3 CCS3,
TS ONE OP TUB BEST PUKGATiVI
A aad LITIS MXDICUfXB aow before the pobUa.
Tbeco Usai reaoTe Ocedoaeofian rr»i
aU morbid or bad matter ' Ua
from the jytteau iapßly. rrt r» Morboa, and a

oratlac the stomach, Q Oalyoaebottle Ijaaed :
eaoitaii food to <U/eA «d lovhrow oatoftheiya
well. partfylnH tn lemtbe effects of medl
t)loo4, n*lni tone aod ~ claeafteraloaidokae*
health to Um wholo m*» . _ . ,
k chlaery. reraotia* the Oao bottlo takaa for
L oaaie of tbedliewo—«t- Jaoadlcw renoyea aU
fectlat a radical care. *4* sallowaeas or aanstaral
Billion .iurk> W W
oared, and. what Is oetK Ocs dosotakea a^iort
preyeatad by the neca. time before ealbicitvaa
ylgor to the aoneUtoaaS
u ytiorator. 0 makes t>e food dlcaM
9 Oae does after utlsa * el '«
Onlfoa* dosotakoabo. +W Uowoi Complalab
tore retiring preyeat* M yt«M *ta<vt to ma OxH
alibtoisn. 4om.
i i^^S, I, !SJ2L 0 S
sssti. r J a
jae ;0M .'iia aftt; .« Wetakopieasareiara*
9 ch.'.:.l-) :areUr*- ISI onemeatllac rt:U metf*
jnpw 1 : 1 1 clae as a ureveatatlyM
o=. d... 011» », z> fi l u , K»*°'«id"ar
" hj Tavers of a* BUUoaa.
Unye-»s.& M typo. It operates with
Qz',s one Joss Lace- ceniilatTtaadtboosasda
r- ietr? r#J!c, are vUllaic to testify to
Whll.' IU 7«a<ierfal rtitaea.
i.Li. WPO XJSM IT ftp* i!I7IXa TH2IB
BXi . - fSCU9 TESTIMONY 15 ITS FA7OH.
tsr}l. wnierlj ibeaoath '.ba ToTiforslof. sad
urallow xtbto-revhvr.
ru* m ooLLaa na bottui.
Dr. BANTOBL Proprietor, No. 34S ttroad* ay. New
York. «etail»t or all Boid, al*o. by
30UE8, faiHTH *OO., I'M Lake-*-, aad
?AH2fI£TOOK * DAVIS,
iyfl.l».*SSl 11 w »ir«H^^
Xical vfcsiau.
BESS, DBKMAN & CQ^
REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
!T«. 43 U Sille Street, CUci:*, It>la«b.
JUOBI. umitt. 0E3HX*..... .DITTO P.ftiOCIH,
AoUiind LamU for taU by Rit* t Co.,
No. 41 La SaHe street, CblcaM.
BXLot 4, Dice* 4» Orisintl T)wa-4i feet front
Cliitoo street, near vVaa/.Lcctca. by I£o leet Je'P wita
■OJd firam® boose. _ . w _
IS. Black '*■>■ OrUlnal Ta* '.~40 feet oa Carroll. &T
13) feet de«t>.
Lot 5. Bbck3. S S X Sea. 21.39. U
Flftr-nlne feet oa tdua Place aear Twelfth street
East fr oat.
\ Water Lot on tke Footh Branch. OMLpfloaih rreei,.
130 fee* float by feet deep well de««eJ. iwv tmids
of the purchase moaey m«» lie si* T*%ra :»t « o« ce«t.
AVatm o al«intti< acre*. 13 mile* toplb of ihU
dty. »lmader feace. W aaes timber. BoUJlao «ocd.
A Parra of IS acr»sto Kankakee count*, all aadercal
tlTatior».wlihtrum lOtoW acieiof tlmuer. a* may bode
airtd. City property «Lt be takea In part payment fea
ezcbaoce
A'so ayarlety of other City aad Couat.-y property.
W4STXD—Hnnd <>at Lot*, low for oub, vithla dty
M""""**- R-7.-. PENMAN * CO.
•,<,'JLNTJSD TO £XCiiAKii v VVK •. vun;.
T V Vealdasco.»
AU,
Ooaastiiuo. a Two-(4ory MUwnukco Brfc* > »
buildlaA Tard aad Oardea. all la corner onler, lot*-i
is •> thokM hAauil/al *n J health* Lftke lown&c <
W woada. only&J caTes Unr "evr
.Lake 8hor« Bnilroad.
.ysa wanted'mj -eU cr «:hAaj; tor yroomf
Wiicocdn ru;? xiaa Lir'*•
Jar partlc-jan viilrcts Jo#: OOcs Bos J>s3
lag4a»t.ly
TT S. GOVERJiMSNT LASD LOCATISO
* AGTCNOY.
The Babscrlberhaylas hadamoh practical expertetwo Ui
SBLEOTISa AJfi) LOOATINO I^IiDS,.
la the varloas L*Bd DisfTicts la ibeWestent States bat
iwiwmi Cadlltles for oaklazTiloable seclecUoo*
FOB LAND WARBANtS OR GASH.
Choice may aow be made la
IOWA. WISCONSIN' AND MISSOURI,
Persons havlnt Warraata caa kaitf them Located la
their Own Name.
And 40 per Cent. Prollt guaranteed.
Payable In One lea. v »
lowa. WUooiula aad lULdoIs Lands for lo * ftir
Money layested In Kaasas aad Nebraska.
i«. . J ALISnuaY. Land I-oe%tln» A ( \«it,
V—' c Livvii.' 0
OT'3 HIGH SCHOOL. - ■ THE NEXT.'
Term will c-miaenee on Mend- y. Febraary 7th,-
1369. A.,'. SAWVTti A. il r . will C-- bJaoe to receive
onlytw»ntT-ft*e pupils Into bis schorl at his resldeace,
IU Moaruu street, and b • wishes ao- : to apply for ad
mlotoa are determined •»> .0 well for *bem«
selTrt. Fnrthea«l*anceaentof tl;o<9 00 p«nf
will bv w-Urf J by t? e ten hern. i* B^
SAI.IStIUKY MANSION* .-CHDOI,, LIU
COLN HQrARIf. WOBCK3TER, MASH.
A Vlnt-Clus Boatdlna ar.d Da* feboot for IiMI
Ladles, J. V, üBAN E, Prindpa/.
Bsviaosn n» Cairaoo:—*m. B. Oicden Ik :, Bey-
Wm. W. Patton; J O Welter. Kso.: Lather
Km.: Wm. H. Well", Esq.. Saab Fub. Bcii<«la; W. a.
Loonshnry, isq.; Joha i». Chspla. Sls«.:J. YoonaSeam.
moa. Esq. ial4 Jm*
©pnua-us.
Q 111 C AGO CHARITA^BLB
BYE AND EAR INPIBJIAHY,
Dispensary or the laMrmary
Op<QEveryHarolßg from 111-2 to 12 l-2o'elK '
FOB GRATUITOUS TREATMENT
Oi • e poor affected with diseases of the Eye aad Ear*
Ho. 60 Xorth Clark Cor. Michigan.
Izostesb:—W L Newberry, Pieddeat: OV Dyer aad
LHavea V. Prefldei ts; 88toar. BccretnryATreaMrer:
J U Ktnste, Rev N L Bice, D D, W Barrr, P Carpet**
tcr, W H Bxowa. E B MoCacx. F Moseiy, M Skinner.
Ooa-CLTiaohcao».'*»-PtT}f 1J Btaiaard. M D. Prof J
W Freer. U 0.
ATTormo fitmoeoss—^K L Holmes, HD. W Baltsetl
lad Ba*
AND HEARING.-
DR. F, A- CAD WELL,
of Tonoirro o. 'W.
The Emlaer.t and Sklllfhi Operator oa the
E"X*E AND ■BAS-
At the MATT SON HOUSE. Ch!ca«o UL. la working
mlrades la the way «f 'estortn*
LOST SIGHT AlfD HRAUING.
Upwards of Oa- Handrei and Twe&tT-Plv" Patients
have beea r celredby Dr. 0 wiihla the last fow weeks,
many of wbom have be?-) btta4 fur moai hs and rears,
while others, who have lccx beea sufferers, have had
thetr diseases removed.
The best proo.' aa how Dr. C.*s servloes aro aopred*
aled Is, that he la daliy rec'Wruc new padeats from all
par** of t:e coactry. and dlsmlssbe, as oured, his rarty
recelvtd eases.
No fee Is required for aa • xamlaatton or opinion, aad
No Chanre forscrvot* that a e ~ot flocccssftU. as will b«
stated when the pattvnt is received. Dr. CmJwcQ*s
Treatise oa the Xye aod Ear oa aouUoatloa as above.
feTcl7BdA»fra
?, «> 11 Is Al->B.
/Practical **pticimM,
wi'Ji B«qj. A Lou, X. '
T» .SOUTH CLARK BTBXKT »»
Opposite tbrf I'ooxt Uoos^,
Larnst aad choicest assortmeaS of Optical a&d Math
matlcal Goods In the Northwest.
_Best Crystal Maas aadQeaatneHßAaihTrtW FBB*
BLS SPECTACLES ccastaatly oa haad. Also
zoo3s are sold at the lowest New Tor* fr<«e*
lalX-tV-bTtw
EY «3 4 S D ' Bi>.;
on. DiDcanwis.
X iTK PHTSICIAN AND BT7KQKON TO
1 A UeOethahale aad Aorat lostltote of LoalsviUe.
K t whose repatatioa Uso veil kaowa throaahoot the
UaKM Mat«« fhrsktil and soo?ess. operator oa
lb- SXE A9D EAR. h*s aow beea In this city tsm
aootas» durla* «btcbti"*behAf treated witlts inrriM
traiy
- B kVIN F*T.SN 8 maa? of wh-Tta Kad beeo Utally
Blind Tor yeva, aa-t oibsr* wb*»« vtaiua wu dim aod otC
Kure from loot oootlnued Inflamnjarton of ihe Hrfa, have
been and* to see; aad othfis, wtjo hsd beea
fro'y deif r»r many year*, have beoa teslored to bsar
lns. aod several o;acn b* 1 b;ea |>eaf aad D«ab
froaiaftaey have beea nude to hear'sod rrak-aa
ooeratloo believe t to havo never bef.ro beea
tal y performed by aar'dirteoa oa Re Xnerlcaa Coatl.
aeai r ebe* pro-) 4 however, «( «he a salll aad
piofl-Je-ey Is that bis rooms are eootbu*U» fhroajedb*
the arrival of aew ps*teate aot ooly (mm thla sad vhe
adieialac Aa'w. bat many of them earn* from d)itaat 1
SoaUtsra aad tiMra SkatMi - . 1
Tae Poctor aever has aor wlu he la fa tore male any
eharte tareervtosevhlehare ooi saoaces'kL
feii-lj OFFIC* AC m.aniy

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