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Special ponces.
w For the cheapest and best Hail
total production* of ark No i
•nJBrtM ftom the whcn MJJf head.
BU IIHr Jewelry contain* alwaf* ?**?•* Fsat
Sft** All article wlh give *nUro aaSriacttoiL
MUVt-lr
Catarrh i catarrh it
CiTAI-JUi:!!
BE. SCELYE’E LIQUID CATAXKH BENEDT,
Wa tuiKTun so be a sure cure ter
CiTAUKW or COLD IN THE HEAD.
Ovu H'-M'RKn TnnvfcAjm person* dievearlyinthl*
fonetry of ('i>r sumption. Every physician know* that
with taiiv two-third* or this number, the disease first
tOOULt'IUTti h* *
CATARKH IN THE NOSE.
VMTifrtt *teji licinji to lie UiroKaad bronchial tnbet.
U! -t ih»Ut. Uiv lana*.
It ’■ r«s‘* , r to cure Cnrarrb than Consnwptloa, ftfitf bj
fu«::-S UiefiJ*’. wepreviv: the Utter. Person* ahoald
uudrutan'l ttatUieVctv’r way to cere CoMompdoa
t<- prevent u.
Tin- ytnptonik ot CatwiTh u the? ceacraDy appear
arr »l Jim very nbcht, Pocn* fine they have a cold.
, r-i.d find tlint t'jfj* iiavt frr(jn<*nt attacks, and are more
*4»nHJUvr to Uic ciiMifrv? “I tpmperatnre. In tills con
, dltloa, ibe noi*(* miy be, dry. or a elhrht dlacharee. tbtn
and acitd. ai;i r«nrt!2 h-.:conlng Uiirk and adhesive.
A* tl.e cisoAAti bocomu« chronic the dUoh&rpes are la
\ rmiiMl in qomiiStv and chanced In qualttv; thev are
• iiowtblfk aurt iioavjr, ard are either got rJdofbv Slow
lor the or cUo they fall Into the throat, and are
.* Aia l * krd or couched oil. The secretions are offensive,
/tauKlDjr a L«d l>rr;<Ui ? the voice is thick and ; the
- fyee arc weal,; tr.e v?* of pad] Is lessened or de
• iroTCd: tir»iuc*w rr>T.i>int]y takes place. Anotocr
i rommoa and ir.*i>ortar.t. eyniptom ofCstsTTh W, that
the ppr-03 Is oMiecC to clear nis throat in the momlnjc
; of a thick orsUmy runroua vhich hse&l’en down from
tli" dnrlr.a uie tilcht. When this take* place, the
; t>rrran mn\ lu? sin? that his dUeace la on Its way to the
ltir;.a aiiJ
i!»'-vc «rc tlx; symptoms o i CatKTb as they appear la
CltlcrcM rava
ji> the aid c( the LIQUID CATAKBH BEMEDY, an
i J)n»e Avmptonta can b** <tulckly and efiectusUv re
-1 pjovod Ana I have»utf- enl confldenjee tntbeliensfr
i »ly tu aware all who arc '.U*no*ed to T«t ita virtue* la
'■ rurlnc Cituirh. that if "'.ter the trial of the Remedy
; for one tuontluoobeccn: I*received.the amount paid
Will he raMtrtjod.
J*rlcr.-! the Catarrh Hcmortv. fC-OO—sufflclect for «WJ
: nnr tnocth, with fhl! and clear dirsctton*.
Office?, 106 Lake, Corner of Wells-St,
_ Addrcn* Dr. D. H. SEELTB.
THYSELF!
Dr. ,T. TX. JIeCANN,
5 niiMv'iAN a.M> 6L'j;OK«xK. detects to a ccra»*.cty
1 the tn.c ri.:.d:s?on (Uid lorahtv ol diseases, by a simple
nod ►rxt.tmr m«*tL«-.d, witboat r.skmg any <iaestloc3.
i i Mm-vfth-Tl.roßiar.d Lunas treated by Medical
i Ziduihithtii <"!•( Con-titnilonal treatment. IL=tii.srf cf
I tin- IU-’«n. m* I'rt-Me.ai’h. offlli-IJver. Kidccv*. Drop
j *\. bu v-.-.vv I’asice,Cancers.chronic Ulterfc Sheutuar
J tbev, N'r:irs.'u;«s Panilviis. Fismla, fpiisms. Fits, D:s
--{ of Kve ar.d L&r. Beminal W eakues4. Skia Difi
i casts, liuptur". Dlsrrbtpa. In ebon. xU rcraVe rtis-
I lC‘Ug<t.nili;;g cr.rt-ti iu tlit feborlent possible
* lime. XViui :-ola w cure all" doetur.and vffi endtr
f Ud> < ' no c*»* wiuioat t f-ir prospect uf recovery,
\ Female Diseases, &c.,
| Such as frppre.M'.or.R. Irregularities, Falling of the
* V omb. Tun.orK all
■■ Painful or li.ffrt-uU M< u-iriiaitOu, Barrenness. &c„ wHi
’ bcFpccdi:' cured, without poisonous drugs. Injuriou*
; or uni-j»]ft(aM<-un-h' In-'S oi «*ny kind. Have no delt
* cacr fu casing, no dlfTcrvPce what tout ti oohlea may
be. The sJhcted are cordially invited to call and sat
L-dj - thec:«fl\ ftv.
Con«a]tiitiui» and Examinations Free
of Oltarge.
Al: ronjr-.urdcati.TTip srrieHv confidential. Office In
athe trirec: liakrond Building, corner of State and Ban
'dclph -inx-tp.. offl'ts hours ftoniß AM.till 9P.>L
J. 11. McCANN*, 3L D, Chicago, DL Letters
to my (.-litre*-. incHienc a ttarup, ws” *e-?elve prompt
uticntloii. or for two etr.mpe I w3i etnd a pamphlet
tre-e. seia-wiy
TYR. FRANKLIN CHAVETT’S
-1 y UTEEINE COKDIAL » wabsaxtzd to ccxr
AixyoEMS of Utkeixs Dipkass, or tlje monet ■will
lie RErrxr»Kx» Satiei'ictory relcrencc* can De wen at
Lie ofilce, 113 West Van Berea street. Consultation
free, P. O. Box S», Dr. C. ha? pm« tlced medicine for
S9 veara four of which have been In this ctly.
IcS-ktSS-Sm
JHrfciciital.
Afflicted, read:—Eight
rears ago I became ufUlcted with a
Xvroisnßrsr corpXiAJTNT,
Amlissdc every effort to be cared. I employed all tic
Doctors in Grand Rapids, and many others, but no
help. About three months ago 1 heard of
DR. WHITTIER,
164 Soulli Clark Chicago, HI.,
And a» once placed myself under his care. Thunks he
to him, 1 e restored me to health in a few weeks, and I
feel it my dutj to let the pcop’e know toilers to find a
ni&n Us*, can restore them to health. lam now and
Lave L-ten a resident cf Ada, Mie- for twenty-six
veure 'hr Doctor devotes IDE whole time and urton
tlon to tl: .• treatment of all old MaciUi«u cases, sue!) as
•were 1:: n cr'.y <-<.*u-dde-rcd incurable. Aiiy person scad
inn one flump to Dr.T». can nave his opinion free of
charge. RICHARD iIcCAULET.
ml? 71:' PI lwd±w
HELMBQLD’S
nmmmt
\ EELHBOLIV3 HELMBOLDS .HELMBOLD'S
ST-J'isA.CT BUCHU,
Hue great Dnmsna
A POSITIVE- AJfD SBSCmU
iOS ILTHIAoBs v‘E Tlil? i'L&DDEB. ELDNETS.
AND ALL DISEASES
TltOH
GLA TEL. DROPSY
HABITS CF l>i?-;rAr K»», S aCZAZZT
-lUPEUI)£XCS3 »U LIFE,
EJraP<airiTl3iie OF 3CSEF- fPLOOR, i,c*
ELVCQg LISKAckS,
CONSUMPTION.
EPILEPTIC FITS.
lEEBTOUSXESS,
mvniSiL USS&IxDE OFTSfi 'aXTSCfLii?
Sr«T£3U
DJ3i*. r.:~? or T3BION,
LiiSAKITY,
PALLID COTJNTEIs'AKCE.
SOLE STOMACH.
SICK EEjjJACfOS.
HECTIC FLTTSH
A2*L FOR EKPEEBLED AND DEUCaIR COE
STITiniCSS OP 30 H SEXES.
SSTIiiCT SUCHB.
EELMBOLD’S
KO FAMILY BHUDLD US WITHOUT IT,
ppEt*AS£n Acconuzxa vo
FBIB3UCI MB CnESISTM,
FSZSOTJ3SO XSD t?EKD ET
EMINENT PHYSICIANS.
HELKBOLD’g EXTRKTI BCCHU
I pleasant in taste and. odor, immediate mla
action. tod free&om ell inJarioas properties. Cures at
little expense.
LITTLE OB NO CHANGE IK DIET.
Price ONE DOUiAB per 'oottle, or Six for nva
OOM.ABB. delivered to an; name, Initial, hotel, post,
Crpresa office or store.
Describe Symptoms is su Conmmnloaticms.
EELMBOLDE GENGINE FKETAKATIOItS.
EXTRACT BDCHU,
EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA.
FETfiojaks, Pleass Xoucb.-'Wc jnakeao secret oX
cgreilcata. They ere selected toy a competent Drng-
CistMd <ire o* tae best quality.
HELKBOLD’S SEFUIKE ZBEFASATIOSB
PEEP A USD XK TAOTO, ST
*3?. SELMBOLD*
PRACTICAL AND ANALYTICAL CHEMIST.
Depot—l£l South Tenth eC, BhUsdslpbli, Fa.
SOIS ST
LORD A SMITH,
Wboifsile DrojorlAs 43 L«le Si., CUesge,
tor the State of Illinois. Also, by all respect*
file Druggist*.
«ioji irm rtm 4 «■»I lITF mu ■ 1111
A«k for &elmbold } ««-Xa]>e no otbor.
nolS-hSCWkn
•R I SI H 6 S S
OU9
LOUDON DOCK GIN.
Tma
DELICIOUS TOKIC STiMULAHT
35PEOIAM.T PSSIOSTB
Fcr the Use of the Medical Profes-
sloe and the Family,
Having nnmeded as so-called ”6tns,” “ Aromaac,"
“Cordial,” “Medicated,” “Schnapps,” 4«- ta now ea
cloned by an of tbe most prominent Physicians, Chem
ists and Connoiseun. as possessing all of those ictrin
alc medicinal qualities (tonic aa<T diuretic) which be
•kour to an old *sd rtrax evs. Put up In quart tad
-pint bottles, and sold by all Druggists, Grocer*, dec.
A. BL BLMA'GEK * CO M
IFTor tale, wholesale, in Chicago, by Hoyt A
Pierce, i. BL Eced A Co, and J. X. B. Puller m Co,
aplD'si-ly
Uapcr Rangings.
jQBAES A BRO . ,
SXAISBS nt
PAPER HANGINGS,
Window Shades, Fixtures, fco.
BOUSE Aira KICK EATHTEBS
PAPER HANGERS, ETC, ETC,
Ho. 184 Clark Street, Chicago^.
[odS-ly]
Bags.
BACA, BAG*, BAGS.
FAB WELL’S
: STEAK BAG KASTCACIOS?,;
: J
: and Sacl£B •
“ Of every description famished oneHoit ;
: notice end printed wltii 2iXW AXD Z
: SiA-TTruxL Brac'd*. . , i
: BB£EOH FJL2WSLH ♦
: Bp«ra-ly »
Bags: bagss bagsi bagsi
COBK EXCHANQX
BAG KASCF4CXOBY.
SAIiT.iSTEK ft CO. 157 £oqUi GhSfAtfl
S. IL CLASH & CO. l2a3 rcsd , £ t eeJ^V^ axß
llMvcisctorcrt of aad 2>ealen!fi
Bags *f Every Beseriptfes*
Millers’sad Groctn-’ B&cb made sad printed to or
tier trtUi bcaUtHul Kcw and Secoad-Uwad
Ccaarias Grain and Gunn)- Bar*, for Slipper*-, Mra-te'
atic tinTiiiTE 1 a*c. JJafT* for Floor, Sne&wiiWi.lteed,
Seed, Ate. . .
tsr~ Orders tillad fiaeHt? cad dlsp&cb. B&gt
loaned v> £i(pru>m. JayS-Jr
Coat anfc iSS-oofi.
QEMSBY COAL FOR SALS,
•C3CESEO &5V BELITEBEC,
IB Qwrtrues to rest coesooiere, &s c.v.GJIiT,
iffSilS-ta Ccs. l£»rfe»t tz£ 9trwtt*
iSbucational.
JJYDE PARK SEMINARY,
lue’ undcrjlgneleaving leased the above ntmod In
stituaon. rdsoecifnlly annonno-e to tut? former p*«.ron«,
parent* ami guardUkUe, that the nexttcrmwhl com
mence APRIL JUu
Appllcauon for information as to term*. *c, can be
made personally tv me at the smw«rt Boos*. or by
letter. JOHN TKIMBLK, Jp...b.D.
Th* undersigned ta’.lv endorse and recommend Or.
Trlmhle, und tnn ??i«t tte liberal patronnee with
which they have been tavorci niav tie tra-usl'erre-a to
h'av. .. f .J3 tr*iTP.
* MEB.C V. Waitk.
Hyde Pork, March 16, IP'S. mhll-n136-'i'v
Maplewood young
LADIES INSTITUTE, Pittsfield- Mas*, com
mence* its I2d Seud-Animal Session
On April 3d, 1803,
With a patronage undimlnisbed by the War. it a<l<U to
rare localities for solid aud ornamental Instruction pe
culiar tid\nn*aee* fur apt-roprlvu* Oyrusastic culture.
Addrt se thePrinclpah 1 Jev. V. C. SPHAIL for Circulars.
fCb'
EDUCATION with
WIUTARY IHBTRPCTIBN AID DRILL
Wls STEEN T ’N!ON Ct>LI.K*»E and MII.ITABV
ACADE.v> at F'JI.TJN. ILL, and
Trtl! open l*r:n*nry Ac»«!vr. r: end Coiiegtate Course*,
on 6erL >th, l>«d! Ihe Col-euo Las twelve expvrtenctsd
tracltyo. tborc-utli 3j*p<-iiitnn,nt*, and excellent appli
ances belli reynUr and wlcn'lfic courses, the finest
?thoc. huildirt* in the West, (cost »UO.OOO). ample and
atirartive f rounds, a ?nr Gyniiiagiam. and many other
advar.vccswc’chahonld claim the attention of parenta.
Instrnction In Gttrman free; al?o. In Artillkhv, Ix
?mxi i.v a>t> Kifle TA‘:nrfl. Swonn, Bayonet avd
UTKXAtTJC EXEKCIrFS CoNNOX ZOCAVS JIXD FAXCT
Z'kili. under an otPcer of United State* Army. Stu
dent* dress ta uniform. Terms f its per school year
lorb--ard. fbrraehrd roo:ts. fuel, lights, washing aud
toftlon ir everv department Excellent flcconmoda
tlon? *•< ?00 boor dor*, under the same rocf with and
U.e cjire of U?e teacJjers. Address for Clna
ii.rs Jt. £. OOVEHT, President Fulton. IU. fc24-n65-3m
*£hnng IHathmes
L. CORNELL & Co.’s
Sewing Machines.
PRICES FROM $23 TO V O.
Tag-art & Ta-r'e Patent. wncoxft Gibbs Patent,
iiaiplrc PatecL
A!i Sett Ins Machines in market make one or another
cf tbtre three tvlitche*. Slntle Threai gutch; Double
Lock Stitch, (from two common apcola): Lock or
phonic * alike on both sides) An experience uf
>ivs \xi«* :r the huw.new and n pr*ctlc»i ktuiwle<tt;B
ofevcrvScwir.r Macidnn of acrytandliijr. fully wsmat
ns Is sayirffthat we Lave, hy far. the best. ioom.
ehnple and reliable rmchlntfi. THkIDRALLOF THESE
rTTTCBES. No ot-e can drny ism each Rtltch is gtr»J
when well satV, and that each In Its place, la preferred
t.v different parties. Ours is the only office where you
can ga'a aa unprejudiced knowledge of the real inert*
,‘f th-j diffvxcßt stitchea, and have your choice, with
privilege of exchanging. Different sizes will salt all
sanies, whatever tl<y wls-h to sew. Oar fleavv Mano
fkcturtng Lock SUtch (alike on both sides) Machine*
are n.i large and heavy ae Slnger**s while they mn
lighter, faster jiad with ice- than one-teath of the noise,
\V> keep Sewing Machine Silk, Cotton, Oil, Needles,
and wc I«mt Sewmc Machines by the week or month.
A Lady Is in artendsure to do all kinds of stitching
to order. J3T - Read our Clrcniara before purcbftdag.
Eer'd red stamp for Samples and Circular, or call and
see them at
133 Lake Street, (up stairs.)
Address L. COKNELL & CO. Box SI, Chicago. EL
fscS’GMyJ
Q HANDLER & FULLER’S
S3O Thirty Sellar SBO
SEWING MACHINE,
Having the
SEW ECCENTRIC FEES,
Which Is never falling. 1? capable of doing as-wide &
range 01' Sewing as any other machine, ana is undenia
bly tie simplest
Skmble-'JTlireaded Machine
Ever Invented. Before purchasing any other, call and
sue this.
gar Agents wanted, to whom a liberal discount will
be gives. CHANDLER & FULLER.
iCft South Clark street Chicago, lit—P. O- sor 339?.
deVt-b'tiKSm
iHilttatg asiarcs,
CWORDS FOR PRESESTA
O TIOJC.
TiFi'ANNY & CO.,
Nos. 55-0 and SS2 BROADWAY. NEW YOBS
And >Te. 79 HUE RICHELIEU, PAS£S,
Importers sud Xanafacturers of all ElatU oi
Eilitary Wares,
?elicit theattentlon of v-lvicandanißary Associations
Commands on Kstlodrl or State service, Patriotii
Clubs :md individiiH’s to th«ir large stock of
Sick Staff and Dress Amy and Havy Swords,
Their assortsnei t Includes the choicest
Evades of Encltih Saucfectarc,
Identical with those made for Wilkinson, of London,
uom hv tho officers *:t the British Amir, and most ap
proved tiy oip cr i r 'Uccd £,oropea.n sutborltiGs; the ele
gantly -wrought
Blades of Solissgcxt on the Baiuc,
Ja fibre ace finish the rrcccnized modem type of tbc
cekiMfiUc Bamakxs Suxl; the excellent and ser
vLc*«hl«
jrjadcf* of Collins; ofHartford,
other domosMr ft*bni»Mvt?.
-*Ls these l-Ivie.;. ia nil cuaes executed
rhovelabll&mcnt. wlllhe leant! tocomprise aU
« f nrnarivjituU'ii.thepc-Htcrdrbe'.ua
of Silver. c;j- Gii(. r.M,uz-\ rialxi orFire GUt, Silver
iflatrc, iicrnumc.: i-xcel. Kicii Leather, etix. wjth bandn
t, f 'bumr. ry <1 Gill, <:r Soii-5 Silver; (tie
Grip; u» Guards 01 the variety of aad
of either outturn “tr original de
ign. grculdsmsrUcl-of
EETZCACKDIKAKY ELEGANCE,
Ofti?i«;I;i-.w».nad oosHint-s-f ia*t leprOfWDtcil In slock,
he T*-.qv.iroa tor fin-fMaJm-i. ;h« rafiir,:i:iiis< of the es
taoiiriim« ilfnrU’csnaunTartaic of the WOTks
iii £«•;»! «mo Mlvcr, And its general snisttc
arr snarw-tp-js of ns Mtisfant;>»7 r,n;l pp*.*erty
VronucliOE In answer to orders. dSftfjiiß oua esn
isatt-4 will !«-• promptly forwarded.
ludivjduiilp purchasing Sword* of Tiffany & CO. are
.Icfornu-a that every Olude Is anblccted to tests even
mere eev-re iJjbo those calcined ny G3remm**nt, be
fore it is placed on sale—the teelins block beuig in the
tajlc')Prfm}cnt,and nt tLe eonirnmil of all who nrefer
ituxcediatc nroot of the excellence of tiidlr aworos.
A RTILLERY AND CAVALRY
XL OFFIfTSUS.—An extra nicelot of Sabres, Bells
and Sadies Sahrc Knots and Sputa. Real Buckskin
Drees Gauntlets. Also, Infantry Field and Line Of
fieerh’Swords, the befit articles made; Stclth and Wc*-
ana ano PoadV St*tolvcts aad I*crcu«a : on Cartridge?;
SitotildcrStropa. Ac,&<v, nUsold very cheao
Wrcailu E K. BOV.’LN, 20 Clark street, [upstair*],
over tlie United Bute* urpres* omce. ocia-ty
iproposals.
ARMY SUPPLIES.—Office of tlie
.X 3. Chief Commissar? of Sabablcccc. District of
Cairo, etc. iSS2.
Scaled proposals will b r rcceivco (from loyal citizens
cnlv) at tils office until :2 if-, March 15th, iMTi for sup
olyinr fresh Bread for th e troons at Cairo. Bird’s Point,
3’ort. Bolt and Monad Citv, until June 30th, ISG2, com
mencing on April Ist, ISR*.
Theßreadtobe of the best quality and made of the
Beet wheat flour, to be delivered at such times and in
goth quantities as r. av Be required.
Bids nrart state the price per pound delivered, and
be sccompsnJca bv a guarantee hv two responsible
persons that the bidder will, if his bid be accepted, sign
the contract.
Separate I'lds teEl he received far Mound City.
The right to reject any or all liidfl is received.
Pr<p<eals to ho endorsed ■‘Proposals for Fresh
Breed.* B. DtBAERi, Caplaisand C.B. LT.S. A.
xnb&nSlS-td
A liMY SUPPLIES.—Office of the
jLJI Chief Conuni&aTT of Subsistence. District of
Cairo, etc. III.. March 3d,ißßZ.
Stated proposals wQVba received (fromloyal citizens
onlv) Rt This office nr-ril 12 M, Maub nth. isC2, for sup
g'ving 10.000 btu-liel? of Potatoes lor tlie Subsistence
epaittnent. United States Army.
TJic Potatoes to be of the Pest quality in gunny sacks
and tobe delivered atsuch points In Caim, lIL, or Pa
ducalu Ky_ In such cuautUiesandatßuch times aa may
ben-quised during thoniontbsof UarcnanU April. Wi.
Bids most Hate Hie price per bushel or sixty pounds
delivered, and be accompanied by a gaainoiee of two
msj-onriWe persons thatthe bidder will, if bis bid be
sca pted. Men tbe ccnlract-
Scpamte bids -add be received for Cairo and Paducah,
as alro lor ossstities cot leas than I.COO bushels.
Tbe right to t rier.t any or all bidsta reserved,
Ptocokmls to be endorsed. “Proposals for Potatoes.”
B. DcBAIUJV, Captain and C. S. U. S. A.
mb&nS 2ld
A BMT SUPPLIES. —Office Chief
jIL. Commissary of Subsistence. District of Cairo.
Catso, U.U, Feb. 2olU, 13G2, •
Sealed proposals will be received at this office (from
loyal citizens only) until 12 M. March 14Ul 18Ca for lur
nislnuc Fresh Bt cj to the trooja at Cairo. Bird’s Point,
Fo: ] Bolt, and Mound city, from April Ist to JnueSkli,
IhtC. .
» S
Airo.forfCTEbhingthetrOors nt"Paducah, Ky„ -with
Fn-k Beef from April bt to JaneOOih, 2504
Ti-ebcef to be or good acd wholesome quality In
Soaiters'nlUian equal proportion 01 each (neckand
lei-kslobe andtu be delivered at such
tltmsendin such quantities aa zssy be required by
competent authority.
Tii»* bids will state the price per net pound at which
bee' will be delivered, and be accompanied by a writ
un * uai-rJte fccm two responsible parties th'>t the
Didder will sign ttecontract. if awarded to him.
B ds must ne on sepaiate sheets of paper for Caro
aad Paducah. Ky.
Tlivi-e receiving contracts win be required to slsm
an rereemint, a copy of which may be sen at this
office.
The right to reiect any or all bid* is reserved.
Bids to be endorsed * Panrosau Ton Beet”
B. DuBAKP.Y, Captain and C. B. \J S. A-
ml:4-n2q2-10t
Hats, ®aps anh jFtira.
QEKT’S DRESS HATS,
SPKIKG STYLES,
ros
18 6 2,
JUST OUT.
Embracing all points necessary to a genteel appear*
ancc. and an the details and elegancies which imparts
finish, romfort and durability. J. A- SMITH & CO.,
fe2t-nS7-6w 113 Lake strem
BUFFALO ROBES FOR SALK
A-/ by the Bale at the Head Quarters of the
SOUTHWESTERN El’K COKPiIT,
KO.HB Lake street, Chicago, DL
J. A.’SMITH A CO.
STo Hahies.
TO THE LADlES.—Somethin^
New. °
COVENTRY CAMBRIC
FRILLING OR RUFFLINGS.
ThU calcrlal is made precisely like a xlbbon-of the
finest cambric. In lengths of twelve yards, without a
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FRIDAY, 3LVBCH 14, 1882.
IKE KILLED AND WODHDED AT
FORT DOHELBOS.
Bf|>ort of Governor Yates.
State or Illinois, )
Executive Department, v
Springfield! 3£arch 7,18C2. J
To the People of the State of Illinois:
During my recent visit to our brave army
in Tennessee, with the view of procuring a
definite aud accurate list of the dead and
wounded Illinoisans who were engaged in the
late crcat battle of the Cumberland, at Fort
Douelson, for the information of friends.and
relatives, mid also to be filed and preserved
among the archives of the State, and also tor
the purpose of iurnishingaid to the wounded,
I, upon consultation with the Secretary of
State and Auditor of Public Accounts, on the
24th of February, ultimo, instituted a commis
sion—having first procured the consent of
Generals Culloin and Paine, military comman
ders at Cairo.
The above named commission consisted of
Dr. J. B. Curtis, who was sent to Cairo, Dr.
H. C. Johns, to 3lound City, and Major Fred.
A. Starring and Dr. Henry Williams, to Padu
cah—to each of whom I gave letters of author
ity. copies of which arc hereto appended.
The report of two members of the commis
sion, together with the report of cx-Governor
John Wood, who was sent to Nashville for the
same purpose, is herewith submitted.
A competent agent was also dispatched to
Fort Dondson to ascertain the names and bur
ial places of the killed, and to designate by
proper marks the grave of each soldier so far
as practicable, with his name and the number
of his company or regiment. He will also fur
nish the names and residences of such officers
and soldiers as could not be removed on ac
count of ilit i-everity of their wounds, and who
have been and still arc rrcdvjtig hospital Treat
ment :.l Fort Douelson, The* report of this
agent, us also that of the other members of the
commission, will be published as soon as they
can be perfected.
It is believed shat when these reports are re
ceived and have been examined by the soldiers
and tLvir friends, with such additional facts os
they can famish,* the Adjutant General of the
State will be able to have lu the files of his
office a full and complete record of those who
have suffered or died on that bloody field.
It la sincerely to be hoped that not a- single
name ot those inillant men whose prowess
has reflected such imperishable iostre upon
the Stale aud conntiy, shall remain unrecord
ed. No battle has been or can be fought
which shall more signally tell upon the rebel
lion than this; and no historic page can re
cord, or will-ever record, more-patriotic dar
imr, or brighter achievements.
’Wherever it is possible, the remains of every
Illinoisan who fell iu that terrible conflict
should be brought homctolheState,and ever
enduring monuments erected to theirznemory.
Every ouc of them was a true hero. By' their
dauntless valor the State of Illinois occupies
the proud eminence of having done more to
suppress the rebellion aud to preserve the
Union than any other State; aud by every
consideration o’f gratitude and patriotism, the
State should neglect no means of testilyiug
its grateful remembrance.
Richard Tates, Governor.
St. Charles Hotel, Cairo Feb. 21th, 1862.
Dr. D. D. CiirU*, Cairo:
You will proceed at once to obtain a clear
and distinctive llstof all tbc killed, ■wounded,
and missing volunteers from Illinois, as far as
3on can learn at tills point. Visit the hospi
tals and leamthe stale of the ■wounded, irive
their present condition in detail, whether*the
wounds are slight, dangerous or mortal, and
the place of residence of the wounded.
lit port, ns to our dead all yon can learn In
detail, give locality from whence they came,
and what disposition was made of their re
mains.
‘Whenever practicable, procure details of
men. and send Illinois dead and wounded to
their homes, and if the Government does not
furnish transportation forthn dead nod wound
ed, procure all that is necessary, at the ex
pense of the State of Illinois.
M-ijor F. A. Starring, and Dr. IL ‘Williams,
go to Paducah, and Dr. H. C. Johns to
.Mound City with e;iiue orders.
EIC2iA.UDTA.TBS.
And also to cadi cl* tlif-m the following:
Caiuo, 1* cb. at, 1565.
7>*. It. Abloff, Erg.
Dear Snt: 1 have furnished Major Fred A.
Starl ing, and Dr. H. Williams, with authority
as contained in the annexed paper. I desire
you to furnish transportation as they or cither
of them may direct, to such, of the dead, or
wounded Illinois volunteers, as e-m he con
sistently sent to their homes, with such at
tendants as may he necessary; and you will
furnish passes over other roads so f.r as it Is
practicable. All the expenses for such trans
portation will be paid by the Slate, if it is not
acjmded by Hie Unilc-i States.
REPORT OK l>Uf. CUKTIS A XT* -JOHXi.
Jlkcatcu, 111.. asrch-I •'’rO?.
To JTl* ExCtVehcii Gi-}.. Jticlcrd Tides.'
Ti:c undersigned have performed the duties
icquircd by you to the lies! of their st'ulUy,
slaying at Cairo and Mourn! City until all the
sick and wounded wore brought down from
Fort Douclsow, and as long ns there was any
prospect of being useful to the sick and
wounded soldiers. Wo were immediately in
s' moiental, in sending home from Cairo, about
one hundred of tbote able to travel without
expense to the State; and one of the under
signed accompanied the steamer J. H. Dickey
uTSt. Louis, with one hundred and fiflceusick
and wounded, principally from. Illinois. A?
the dead from the battle field were not brought
down to cither of the above places, it was im
possible for us to learn eh her the names or
residences of those vho fell, and as but few
had die«,asnconßequcncGofihcir wounds, up
to the time of our leaving, we are unable to
make any report of them. J. B. Ccktis,
H. C, Johns.
Lhtof ficlc and voundid Qf Illinois Vobmfeers at
AToujtd City Hospital, Feb. 26. 1662. tciih locality
c : ftro>n}(i*, and character of iVaease and probable
tcnninciion.
Samuel Sybargcr, Co K, l«th regiment, fever; Pe
oria, 111.
Lawrence Douscli, D. 20th, right leg and arm, not
dangerous; Pontiac. 111,
Z B Green, A, SOlh, left thigh, not dangerous:
Lhamjudgu Citv.
E R Corlcr. B, 20th, loft Icg.doiagwcll; Joliet.lll.
C Hosier, I>, 20th. shoulder, doing well; Pon
tiac. 111.
Jll Bnrtis, C, 20th, in check, slightly; Blooming
ton.
G L Oldfield. IT, 11th. left hand and right elbow,
severe: LaSalle.
D 31 llinklej, H, 11th, shin, not seriously; La-
SaDe.
Benrv H Gillopp, A, 11th, in both arms, shoulder
and neck; Freeport.
Nathan Bchieich. K, 50th, typhoid fever, getting
bt-Tler; Chilllcoihc, Mb.
J C Knaves. 11,4 th cavnlrv. dcbllitv. Lincoln.
John Keiu, F, llth, in back of head, dangerously:
Effingham county.
William. Justice, —, ward master, fever; Central
City.
A G Bumap, I. llth, pelvis, badly; Lacon.
Geo Sweeny, I, llth, left leg, not dangerously:
Lacon.
H t- Shonse, G. lllk, right arm, left hand and ;
right log, badlv: Effingham co. i
Levi Cross. A, lith, in the abdomen, getting well; !
Grangcrillc.
Dav d Lestoa. E, llth, in both arms, one amputa
ted. doing well: Edgewood.
Henry Atou, H, SSlh. typhoid fever, gettingbetter;
Fulton.
Theodore Roberta. B. 43th, debility; Clayco.
Wilbra BlckerweU. E. 4th.loss of voice; Ottawa.
E B Woodruff, servant, typhoid fever, dangerous;
Ottawa.
W O Bryn, navy service, ecaldcd, getting well;
Chicago.
K early, tavy service,scalded, getting well; Chi
cago,*
Staiisbcrrv Holla, Bird's sharp shooters, typhoid
fever, b*ad; Paris.
Jas Anderson. B, 10th, shot in the hand, sot badly;
Jacksonville.
J O Burton, B, 45th. right thigh, amputation, doing
well; Cairo.
N J Newell, B, ISth, lathe loins, dangerously:
Sbawnectown.
Michael Kelley, marine service, In shoulder, doing
well; Cairo.
C H Allen. B. ISlh, right shoulder.jbadly; Pope co.
Harrison McKoy, 1, ISlh, fever; Anna;
Philip James, E, 53th, through the foot; Free
port.
Thomas Crane, E, 58th, in the right leg; Rock
Island.
S H Folk, C, 81st. m arm and thigh/ seriously;
Marion.
J A Bervey, A,Slat, in the hips, mortal; Pinck
nevville. *
G W Lewis, F, 31st, typhoid fever; Crab Orchard.
Talhort Welch, A, 31=t, right thigh, doing well;
Cairo.
James Brodeld, E, Slst, right thigh, doing well;
Centralis.
Elias l)cldy, H. 31st, right shoulder, hadly; Car
bond&le.
Hiram Pierce, E,3l&t, left knee, badly; Cairo.
J S Crum. I), 31sr, right knee; Vienna.
Michael Oppcr.'A, Slst, left thiah: Penr co.
•'John Button, 8,315t, iubsththighs; Harrisburg.
John Sullivan, C, 12th, in both thighs; Danville.
John SwannelLC, 12th, Ist sergeant, in thigh;
Danville
• G W Bruner, D, 12th, in left thigh; Port Byron.
3 D W Moffat, B, 12th, testicles, aide and shoulder;
Mcndota.
Andrew McGinnis, D, 12th, left side, seriously
Portßvron. , , .
Wade Jcllit, F, 12th, in the arm, amputation, dan
cecou®; Galena.
David Williams. K, 12lh, right thigh; Mantcno.
Jackson Podd. A, 12th, in arm and hip seriously;
Mount Sterling. •
H A Mills, B,l»th, left foot; Lasalle.
O T Briiford, 1,45 th, left arm,amputation; Mercer
county.
C F Bennett, D, 45th. choroid; Galena.
Wm Bonden, E, 45th, diarrhea: ilt. Carroll,
j E Donnollv, 1.45 th. pneumonia; Clay county.
Thomas Patterson, B, 45th, typhoid pneumonia;
Rush. *'
Charles Bchreiher, F, 22d, in left arm and right
foot; Columbia.
Jones Brim, G, 82d, kidney affection; Marion.
J v.” Dcmarcst, B, Bth. right thigh; Cairo.
Otto Brounce, A. Bth. in the chest; Peoria.
J P Campbell, o,Bth, in right breast; Charleston.
J M BtCK, B. Bth, left heel, badly; Decatur.
Wm Owens, G, Bth, in leg; Decatur.
A J Flavor, A, 6th. right jaw: Decatur.
Sol A Rowan. H, 6th, fever; Vandalia.
Robert Rea.C.Bth.lefthlpandback; Charleston.
M B Carroll, F, Bth, right shoulder; Pekin.
J A Brown, H, Bth, Dice, badly; Vandalia.
J Rea. B, Bth, eves, by a bomb; Vandalia.
Wm Rodgers, B, Sth, right hand and ana and right
thigh; Vandalia.
T SI Mitchell, K. Blh. left thigh; Vandalia.
Emit Hols, A. Bth, right shoulder; Decatur.
Pat Collins, B, 4th cavalry, side and back, dan
gerously: Ottawa, .
Douglass Mercer, M, 4th cavalry, typhoid fever,
dungcrous; Ottawa.
Chas Huffman, E. 7th, right leg amputated, dan
gerous; Shipman.
D D Daniels, K, 7th, right leg amputated—doing
well; Caclisviuc.
Theodore Kory, G. 7lh fever; Cape Girardeau.
Ssmael »lly, P. 7th, typhoid fever: Coles comity..
John Acrid, ,C. 7th. pneumonia; Will county.
John Counter. F, 7lh. in tbs face, badly; Cairo.
W B Skiver, XL 7th, left thigh and right shot; Lin
coln.
Adam Rush. C. 9th, tight side, ia the body and
shoulder, dasgerouily: Cairo,
Rtv Call. F, 9i'a. top r.f head, doing well; Aledo.
James Mitchell, L 9th, kftoodsido; Edwardarille.
Bavin Durham. E, 9th, through right elbow and
left foot; Cairo.
Wm Scott. B. 9th. right leg; Cairo.
(•eertfe Woodbury, I>, 9th, left thigh, badly; Cairo.
Jacob Wilhelm, G, 9lb, both thighs; -Cairo. -
c IS B»own, E, 9th. left knee ; Cairo.
Vn: Rilbi*ner,G, 9tb, left shoulder; Paducah,
V’tt. f fllahrm, F, ISlh, hi? and back; Cairo.
J C JonovF, l6th, in tho thigh; Cairo.
Gx*o Audaraon. II 18th.left arm; DuQuoln.
jo.-Uim Wicdtir* B. Sis;, hie thigh, and
aim.badly; Cairo. -
JtirkKoa Pariah, K, Jlrt, rlgbtahoulder.dangoroua
ly; Union. - - .
Chae coke, Q. 31j&. in both legs, doing welt 5 9a
-150.
John Thomas, C. 29th, leg, below knee; Shawnee
tOWll.
Ev.-'t,. ji-.crtp, T*. 31st, iu thigh, doing wc.l ; Cc-le
\iflc.
P U Hicknmn, 11, 31et, In left h!p, mortal; Alcsxu
dcr co.
Jok k Keith. o am, in left thigh and leg, danger-
one; Harrisburg.
Daniel Pillow, E. uist, In right leg and foot, dolrg
well; Union.
W b itosc, y. 91st, In bin and back, badly; Marlon.
Isaac Dane, D, 31st, right leg amputated, doing
badlv; Vienna.
.Thr-- feepcedy. B, ISlh, left leg aud right; Louls
ville.
Oscar Strait, Ist seigeant, E, 41st, left leg; De
catur.
Henry Kline, D, Hat, ankle and foot; Vandall*.
N PlVright, U, 41st, lefe aide and back, Decatur.
Khiu Taylor, D, «19lh. right arm; Central in.
J J Tew comb, F, 49th, right arm amputated;
Rich view.
Henry crank. G, 43th, pneumonia, dangerous;
Woodbum
Robert Pemp«cv, D, 49th, typhoid fever, recover
ing; Vandalia.
Lewis Kinghoff, C,43th, in head by ahell; Xash-.
.vide. Til.
Robert Martin, G, 11th, leftarmamputated; Bird's
Point, Mo.
Richard 3lcGlauthling, A, 11th, side and hip; Free
port.
Daniel McCormack, A, 31th, right side, thigh and
tup; Freeport.
JBJtoae, G, llth, abdomen, doing well; Edge
wood.
JK3larsh.ll.llth, dispepsia; Ottawa.
Martin Scabert, H, Utb, right hand aud thigh; Ot
tawa.
SR Robertson,!, llth, left leg amputated; Mag
nolia.
Eober Jehu. Ist Orderv, O, 13th, right thigh bad
ly ; Cestralia.
Henry TVolf, E, 30th, right arm below shoulder;
Snarl a.
J H Bradford, A-•3Clh.rightit.hlgh*; Mercer comity.
Wm. Ursyton. I,Both, right shoulder aud arm;
Grundy county.
Jacob, Kelvcetnck, A, 20th, left arm; CJiampaign
comity.
Alonzo Rose, I, 50th, left elhow and shoulder;
Will county.
JK Clark,D. 23th, right breast, dangerous: Liv
ingston.
CTV Clark, D. 20th, left check; Pontiac.
Michael Doolev, E, 29th, leg badly; Holla.
Jolm Huffier. F. 29th, fever; Pope comity.
Wm. Slilee, C, 29th, typhoid fever, bad; Shiwnec
towa.
Henry Crager, K, 29th. left leg; Massac.
George Kcirgen, 1, 17th, right hip, dangerously;
Mercer conntyj
Charles Swartwood, HJlTth,right hip; Macon co.
AII Thompron. 1,17 th. through both legs; Alton.
IN' Dtntlan, 1,17 th. left thigh shot OIL doing well
Alton.
G W Smith. H. 17th, in the groin, badly; Peoria,
J CHnsur, 11,17 th, right arm; Havana.
5A31i11e,8,371h. fever; Alton.
H S Weston, B, 17th. left shoulder; Peoria.
James Andersen. B, 10th, in one hand; Jackson
ville.
Theodore Roberts, E, 46th, ucoility.
/.}>■{of ncl:and v.ovndr-'inf JUinoU on
beard oYea*(dr .Joiin IU Cairo, Feb. 25fA,
IW2, tcltfi locality of icounds, character of <£w
taiee. and javiable fer»7jinafio;i#*, and placee of
fldiftii’Sht.
Tlib* Gamer, E. 38lh, diarrhea; Cairo.
3lartin Kcser, E, 18lh, scurvy; Cairo.
Richard Kelley, 2d Lieut, £, ISlh, in the hip, not
had; Cairo.
Geo AndeKon,E, 17th, mumps; Cairo.
Jaa Peterson, o,lßth, hips badly; Cairo.
John 31aher, I,lßth, bead slightly; DuQuoin.
Geo Davis, D, 18th, right hip severely; Centrallft.
3»ich O'Donald, E, 18;h, right shoulder severely;
Cairo. ,
John S Short, C, ISth, shoulder and hips danger- •
ouslv: Franklin county.
E J North, K, 36th, knee and elbow severely; i
Williamson county.
*M D Dupont, C,lßtn, leg below the knee severely;
Franklin county.
AIV JiilJ, 2), 31st, fever; Pope county.
AndD Groat,l,3tst. fever; Hardin county.
John Gorier. B. 31st. pneumonia; Stone Point, 111.
L Madison. K. Slst. fever; Clinton county.
G M Campbell. j\. 31st, typhoid fever, dangerous;
Ccntralia.
J A Fuilin. IT, 4Stb. dysentery; Richland.
SilasK Hardin, I,4Stb, diarrhea; Marion.
All Scott. F. 46th. neuralgia; Clay.
Richard Brceso, F 4Sth, abscess (hand); Marion.
E B Williams. I,4Sih, diarrhea: Wayne county.
Nath E Tchas’on, 8,48ih, bronchitis; Clay county.
Ellbu Prideman. B, 48th, bronchitis; Crittenden
COUTI'V.
RX\ Katum, E, 48th, rheumatism; Crittenden
conntv.
Frank Price, E- 48th. fever; Cairo.
Chas Ealpetrick. F, 4slh. cold; Cairo.
HcnxyCrewser, D, 48th, burned badly; Washing
ton county.
John Dalton. E. 4Sth, pneumonia: Springfield.
Wll Covan, E, 48th, frozen feet; Camp Butler.
Wm Cooley, A, 4Sth, cold; Camp Butler.
W R Gregorv, E, 4Sth, fever; Beard’s Ferry, Ky.
Oliver S Hill, G. 33th- cold; Mt. Carman.
J P Thomas U, 31st diarrhea; Jackson county.
Noah Cayman. A, 3tst, rheumatism; Perry county.
Aaron Gordon. A, 31st, debility; do.
Jackson Truce. A. 31st,rheumatism: Unionco.
U K Holcomb. A, 3lst, general deni age meat:
Franklin county.
Fil Whiltviiton, I, 3lst, fefer; Union county.
3) M Bnyrt!, E, Slfl, diarrhoea; Franklin county.
Elijah Rotravaond, o,3lfct, shot in the head; Wil
liamson county.
W F Hartwell, —. Slst. fever; Williamson county.
David Owens, t*. 3!?t. bad cold; Clinton co.
S E Landers, S. Slst, fever. Saline co.
James B Keel, B. 3!st. debility; Harrisburg.
Edwiud Eattlvtt. B, 31et, debility;
S C Moosingbaiu, *?. Slst, fever; Marion.
Curl Monroe. 1,315t, fever; Benton.
Wm Giles. I, ftlst, fever: Franklin.
Rohm Hoof. I, Slst. fever; Centralis.
Thomas Tinnier. E. 31st. dysentery; Ccntralia.
John Arhcrofi, 11, 3lst, in the arm, not dangerous;
St Johns.
F J Biaman. IC, 31st, diarrhea; Ccalralhi.
Walter Simon. K, 3ist. rheumatism; Paducah,
ller.ry Bvakvmau. K, 3l»t,mthe hand; Ccntralia.
FII 0.-good. It, 19th, rhentnallsn:; Lacon.
K Horsiotb. A, 37th. by shell; Peoria.
J’hidip Redcr, A. 17th. drseutery-r Piroria.
Thomas Capper,'U, 17tlj, fever; Havana.
JB Vt-ak.K. \:th. diarrhea: Havana.
JH lii-rvcv.A. 17th, di.i; Peoria.
Jos Mitchell. D, 17th, do ; Henry county.
And Eckentt. D, ITth.do; Henry county.
Geo Sanders, 0.17 th. rheumatism ; Canton.
J Passage. D. 17th, fever; V.’am-n.
G A Mver«, K. 37th. diarrhea ; Warren county.
Oliver Errickson, E, 17ih, fever; Galesburg.
FT Corbett. C. 17th, fever; Peoria. j
J V-t ei Wilder, B. 41t t, fever ; Macon county. i
1v H Whitehead, A. 41st. nlent isy• Macon co. !
Joseph Smith, E, 41st, debility; Macon county. j
£J> Freeman, B, 41«t. cold; Moultrie county. » I
JO Actants 4iav,cold; De Witt. I
A J. atulhattou. B, 4iet, cold: Moultrie.
Geo Thrall, A, 4ist., wounded in hand. Macon co.
W B Houston, A 4lsr, cold: Macon county.
r» S Murky, G, 41st. fever; Taylorville.
y. P Ai:derson. D, 41>-t, sprained back; Mattoon-
M C Louthnm, D, 41st, fever; Milton Station,
Samuel McDonald. D, 49th, rheumatism; DeWitt.
R W Saddler. D. 49th. diarrhea; Rlchvicvv, HI.
C D Dcßar, A, 49ih. both arms and thigh, arm am
putated: Monroe county.
W K Glove. E. 40th, pneumonia; Macoupin.
Marlin Bcerely, C. 48th, rheumatism; Cairo.
G W Parker, C, 18th, co:d; Benton.
James 11 Parker. C. IStfc, diarrhea; Benton.
Elias Jourdan, C. 18th, sore leg; Beuton.
Wm t ampbell, F, 185 lu fever; Anna.
A J Myers, C, ISth, debility; Franklin county.
J C Anderson, E, ISth, fever; Cairo.
Carl Stewart, C. 18th, diarrhea; Bentou.
Eobcrt CoSeld, F, ISlh. feter; Bird’s Point.
JDolliu?, C, 18th,fever; Benton.
T Duncan, C, ISth, rheumatism; Benton.
George Harris, C, ISth, through tho jaws, badly;
Benton.
James Wheatley, C, 18th, through the thigh, dan
pi-jous; Benton.
G W Code, B, 13th, in the ankle; Edwards county.
John Bickerav, D. 18th, shot ten times, will re
cover ; Mound Citv.
John McGuver, K, ISth, cold; Camp Douglas.
Jamas Dale, 18th, diarrhea; Pinkneyvillc.
Ed Maloney, G, 18th, bronchitis; Bird’s Point.
11L Powers, B, 18th, in the thigfr severely; Bird's
Point..
PA Hall. B, 11th, in the hand; Marshall
David Stmger.B. llth, in the shoulder; Marshall.
D W Carver. B. llth- cold; Marshall.
Leroy Thompt-ou, I>, llth, cold: Marshall.
Geo Gaylord, K, llth, cold; Nioga.
SamT McElhoney, K, llth, rheumatism: Effing-
ham county.
M ilc.TuU, H., llth. shot through.the 'brain: since
died.
John Forbes, A, lUh, in the neck; Freeport.
,1 Tucker, F, 29th, diarrhea; Polk county.
M S Wvthe. Taylor's battery, diarrhea; Chicago.
\Y I) Deane, K, 29th. head and leg, not dangerous:
Massac.
A D Dlnke G. 27th, cold; .White county.
T J Laestcr, G, 29ih. fever; White county.
Albert Wood, C, 29th. fever; Shawneetown.
Isaac Sickens. D, 29ih, below knee with bomb: N.
Haven.
Chap E Vinccnt,.C, 29ih, typhoid fever, dangerous;
Shawneetown.
John llaucy, G, 29th, rheumatism; White county.
John Bower, G, S9th, fever; Shadaville.
W S Dolerjack. G, 29th. fever; Shadaville.
J G Brill, O, SSth, in arm and breast badly; White
ccuutv.
Ira Smith. B, 29th fever; Massac.
llShepherd, K,2flth, fever: Massac.
James U Scott. K, 29ih, in shoulder; Metropolis.
J Burress. A. 29th, right side, severely; Hardin co.
Win Morgtan, F, a9to, below left knee; Holla.
Thomas Hurbcrt, 1,29 th, mumps; Springfield.
LH Cox. C.Slst, fever; Du Quoin.
JSMcCright. G,3oth. in the head; Mercer county.
S P Burgees. E. 3Cth, face and neck; Sparta.
S D Packston, A, 30th, right arm below elbow;
Aledo.
T B Moore, A, 30th. in the face; Aledo.
D A Carulhers, E. SOth, above elbow; Chester.
John Gilmore, A, 30th, in one leg; Aledo.
Jlf Bay. A, Seth, in the side; Aledo.
W D Hevnolds, A. SOth, in the foot; Aledo.
Thomas' Conrow, B. SOth. fever; Aledo.
M T Judd, E, 20ui,diarrhea; Do Witt.
J C Roberta, top of the head; Grandview.
Robert Taylor, If, 20th. diarrhea; Lisbon.
THolsbor, A.2Ctb, cold; Champaign county.
Iraacßennolds.B, 2flth. fever; Jouet.
1 hi Cos. A, SOth, debility; Champaign.
Jas Scajdm, F, 20th, diarrhea; Joliet.
S Richardson, 20th, fever; Bloomington.
Bcitv Hatcher.l, 2oth, fever; Joliet.
Morris Bober, E. 16th, cold; Clear Creek.
W J Damron, E. ISth- pneumonia; Clear Creek.
Francis Moses. E, 38th, fever; Cairo. •
B F Roberts, B, ISih, cold: Clear Creek.
WmTucker, B,lßtfa. pleurisy; Edwards county.
M Hanbv. D. ISlh. left leg; Mound City,
W J Jones. B, 18th. fever; Shawneetown.
B S Atherton, G. 18th. in thigh; Fairfield.
Wn Eilev. E, 18ih. in the head: Anna.
Abner L-Kcllv, D. Bth. wounded in arm, and pneu
monia; Camp Douglas,
Jae Braney, F, 18th. pneumonia; Union. '
Henry Helvert, B, 18th, in right shoulder; Shaw
ncetown.
Wniiam KRkwood, A, 15th, in right arm; Pinck
ncyville
C Hanson, E, ISlh, in right hand; Cairo -
S LMartin, K. ISth, diarrhea; Carbondalc.
Jerry Pierce, E, 18th, shoulder and leg, dangerous
ly; Cairo.
j W Cattott, E.lßth. thigh, mortal; Cairo.
D W Bomguard, E, 18th, pneumonia; Cairo.
1 Jackson Johnson, 1,29 th, pleurisy; Cairo.
J W Renfroe. K, 29tb, in the ankle; Massac.
' Coleman Naeh, C, 29th. cold; Shawneetown.
E Seeaions, G, 4th cavalry, cold; El Paso.
A S McKelsey, G, iSLh. dysentery; White co.
Marion Lee, H. 29th, diarrhea; Paris.
AlenHutton,P,29th,fever; Popeco.
* Jos Carter, 1,29 th. fever, (4th cavalry.) Lasalle.
Newspaper Exchanges Below Cairo.
[From the KewTork World, Monday.]
One of our western correspondents writes
that a clandestine method of getting the
Southern papers was established, and has been
in operation there some weeeks, if not months.
The region between Cairo and Columbus, on
Kentucky side, is a kind of neutral ground.
Persons have been found who regularly
go to BlandvQle or Mayfield and pro
cure late Memphis papers, which they
readily sell in Cairo. These persons must
have the necessary pass into and out of oar
lines, and they, or their confederates in the
trade, must have similar enfrec of the rebel
lines. They have, we believe, had the sanc
tion of the commanders of this post, and, if
*e mistake not, are regularly carrying Bt.
Louis and Chicago papers to the rebels, as they
return with Memphis papers to us. There la
no guarantee that these characters are not play
ice the double spy for either or both o£ the
. commanders. The rebels have, however, taken
j fidvaniagcof this channel to play us a “Yan
kee trick.'* with what success is not known.
I have been told that the regular editions of
-the Appeal and Avalan Jm are worked oT for
the Southern readers, a column specially set
up •for Kbrtterh benefit is inserted, and a few
copies etrufk off, which find their way from
the Rev. Gvccru Polk’s headquarters to those
of Gee. Cullom. Sevens! of. ther.e manufac
tured stories have been circulated
of Klc, aft Intern from the Memphis papers.
How ir.uch reliance la placed upon them by
our commshier.s or how fa? thiyarc influ
enced by them, It would be difficult to state.
business Cotta.'
rjAKD.
DBS.B. **. HCNTEB,
Fbyddue for Dlseeses of the Linpj Heart
ud Throat.
CHICAGO OFFICE—Ho. 121 Clark street, neap
OFFICE—So. 57 East Uthstreet
Hours of Consultation— y a. n. to op. in
ly ots —Parties at a dlsttnce, unable to come f o me
city, ocd desirous or consulting, can do ao by letter.
mhlO-n3K-lw .
TUB
“Washington War-Claim Agency s '
Have established an office at 1"? Waahlcston street,
Chicago, HI, for the colletaion of aa Cl aims ac-dns:
the Uxttkd Statss Gotxrssikst, growing out of Hi?
PpjffiSHT "War. Claims received and, forwarded to the
PRINCIPAL AGENTS AT WASHINGTON,
For Pnsasnsa, R.-.nrrv Moxttt. BadK Pat, and
frcm the Cdhhtssabt «u<i
QUAETtI*iiIAfcTE& PEPARTiTP-NT?, &<L, and collected
Cheaper and Sooner than by any other means.
N. B.—Liberal arntr-ciitCßts made with Claim Col
lectors in the country.
H. M. BHEPAR3,
100 W&iliicgton street, Chicago.
Address.
mM n2TB-lm
pARR BROTHERS,
\J jso. n. su cats. t. ©c?trrminu cans,
SEAL ESTATE BROKERS,
A>D BRANCH HOCSS OF
“ The National Claim Agency’*
Of Harvey, Collins & Brace, Washington, D.C,
Knight’s Block, 123 Dearborn street, Chicago.
The most reliable and ONLY DIRECT War Claim
Aa'-ncy in Chicago.
Ps»-_vplur paid to Sptciai. Cnairs, Pus*-
6!vx>, iJotxrias and I'atxxts.
>’> ADVANCE FEES demanded and VO rwAiimc
prosecuting claims ii not recovered.
Address CARR BROTHERS, Branch of ** National
Claim Agency.” I’. O. Box lUOz.
liKTTßtoCM<*aeo Trii-dhi? Company; C.H Scrlwu.
Ksq.; A.Nlcholr,Esi*,; Wws-s. &.IL& L. Lartm
& Co.; Ucwrs. Bolllswr c Wiikins; Messrs Vandcr
vooft. Dickerson iz Co. feU-klr^My
P-LAIMS. ON THE UNITED
\_y STATES.—The under signed are engaged in the
Collection of Claims on the several Departments of the
United Slat *2* Government, and r« pec tally cho«e on the
Coititlsfary and Qnarterm»rter Departments, and all
claims requiring an act cf CccirreSa. They wIU also
attend to procuring Bo'incy Toads. bonUers ami
Widows* Pensions, asd Soldiers’ Rude Pay. Mr. Dor
men will remain at Washington, D, C., an»» may he con
sulted or addressed there 4*r. Clarke may he found
or addressed at the office ol llc.v:rs. Wultc £ Townc,
ICO Washington street. Chicago. Ul. Alt may depuna
on the utmost promptness in collecting and remitting.
O. M. DORMAN. C. C. CLARICE.
EKnntEXCES*.—Hon. S. Foot, Vt.; Hon. Ira HarrU,
2?. Y.; Hon. E. COSTB2,I'A; Hon. J. >L Howard. Mich,;
Mon. Lyman Trumbn'l, LA: Hoc. I. N. Arnold, 111;
Hon. B-F, Bradley, Mich; Hon. Taomas Drummond,
CMcaco; Hen. John 1L Wilson, Chirazo; Messrs,
■Walte&Towne. Chicago; JotmL. ficrlpns. Esq., Chi
cago. leaS-aikl-Gso.
T AND WARPAINTS.—The high
t J eatpricc paid lor Land ‘Warrants and Bounty
Scrip. Warrants rent tome ■will receive an advance
on New York market. All sires for Kile.
£. IV. MORSE. Land Agent.
Office of E.K. Willard & Co., 83 Clark street corner of
Lake. Chicago, lit Post Office Sox 6156.
fcilnis* tin
pTvKSIOKS AND BOUNTY.
iviiiisoN & aosaniia,
Ko. 43 Ctaus fere isr,
Devote their undivided attention to the COLLECTION
OF CLAIMS airainst the Government.
eol. m. wiixsoy. [fetS-kSSi-iy] j. w. sip.ekiaai.
WESTERN patent agency
f T COBURN & MARKS.
intent Lawyers sue SoUcitors,
CHICAGO ILLTKOIB.
Office No. J1 Larmoa's Block, corner of Clark and
Washington street*. Post Office Box 4153. Agencies
at Washington, D. C„ and London, England. Advice
given and' Circulars sent gratia. jaiS-lffift-Sux
WAK CLAIM AGSKCT,
II for UiC MILIXIHT D£PAETM2XT OF THE WBS7
BATES & CLA.BKE,
AITOftSEYS AX LAW,
OFFICE COUSBS CPTITISI; AST) OtTVS STS., ST XCL’I£ r 210-
Prompt attention {fires to lbs procuring of Fen-cons,
Back Pay and Bounties, and the Collection and £’■
csliosos Claims arising out of thtWar. Refer to the
Hoc. EnwACD Bates, At’ncy GenT, Washington, J>, C.
EDWATtX* S. BATES. CfelßCttO-lia] " 21503 CLARKE.
WAR CLAIM OFFICE—Prompt.
T ▼ attention given by the subscriber to the pros
ecation of all legal claims against the Bulled States.
|IOO 00 bountv is now dae the aelra of deceased soldiers
and officers. Applications received by mail. Address
LBA VJTT & wniGtlT, Atfjs at Law.
Office Jso. 63 South Clark stress. Poet omc= Bos
4G15, Chicago. lIL jfci klTi-Sm
WIXCHELL & ZAHM, SUmgh-
JL«X terers and Packers of
RISE) if AND PORK..
-Tallow Chandlers and Mdters. Dealers in Hides,
Wool. Pelvs and Seeds.
Office ITEluzle elreet, Chicago. Packing Hours at
Bridgeport. n*>l9
OEORGE HlMßOD.—Manafae-
VA tUTETOf
SIOIB MS HOLLOW WARS.
Office and roundrf. 350 aud IS South Caual eireaL
UalSkSTbgsQ
pA?IS.
PIOEEEK CAPEJi W&SSEOuSE OV
BUTLER <Sc EiXJjSTX,
x?o. -3S FTA'TE SXREJ&X.
iiianftr.iuirtxa end TTnolesdle Dcalert In all Lined of
Cwsr&.T-in-J Pin* Payer?, Envelnpcs, Cards, Card caa
Straw e. ?ftrca. F»r»cr Bngs. Prinu:n»’ Ink, Ac. Ac.
{, d£h Held tor .ill kla is of Paper stock. mh»
S. KIRK & CO.,
so-r is ® ciSBU; auKTi’AcniEEaSj
flw.t dealers in Kgsiil Hods A?h. Tallow, Tallow Oil, &c.
no»« IB & 20 KlYer-fct., Ctelcaso-
Sul-gSl*-'.;?
EAG WAItEHOUSE, i's LiU'-'i'ic
atieeu between Lake and water sti, Chicago. PL
WILLIAM aJXBEBT
Will par the highest market pries in cash for Ccttop
and 'woolcii Kazs, Old Metals. Ac. der-r.iiPvSjn
icljip €l)atnjlecs.
ROSTER & HASDSMBERGH,
SHIP CHANDLERS,
SAIL MAKERS,
AM) DEALERS IK
TW INES AMJ ®OK»IGE,
242 South Water St, Chicago.
Save constantly for sale, at the lowest market prices
afaniiia ano Tarred Rnpei. Hay Hope, Laic
Xarn. Bags and Bagging. Canvass,
Oakum, Spun Yarn, Pitch, Tar,
Chains. Blocks, die. Ac.
Cotton, Flax and Hemp Twines.
SAILS AMD TENTS,
Tarjaulisigs, Awnings, Wagou Covers.
Flags, Etc., Etc.,
Hade to order at the shortest notice.
LA2JDELL CE SIBLEY TEST.
HAGAS'S & SONS
PATENT HOIST WHEEL
PUT HP AT SHORTEST NOTICE,
ano. F. FOST2S, [OC2I-g'£-’2-toi] O. K. KAZMSDXBQiIj
QILBERT HUBBARD & CO^
SHIP CHASDLEBS,
Wholesale aaa Retail Dealers in
TWINES ANO CORDAGE,
205 & 207 South Water St., Cor. Welle,
Would call particular attention of the Trad* to on:
Stock, as we at all times havethelargest and
beet assortment tn the West 01
HAFHuA AND TARRED BOPS,
DITCHING ROPES,
BAGS, BAGGING AND BURLAPS,
CANVASS, OAKUM,
TAR. PITCH. CHAINS,
AKD TACSLB BLOCKS
COAi. TAB BOOmtG PITCH AS3 ¥ELTD*fi t
B9) CORDS.
CLOTHES LINEfi,
BROOM TWDvES, an Quahcea,
WRAPPING TWISR3,
in bundle* or baxreU,
BELL AND BASH CORDS
SETS AKD BEINS3,
Flax aa€ leaf Twii«
OF EVEHT DESCRIPTION.
TENTS! TENTSI TENTSI
Of every find required foe
GrO
Ksde in any quantity, at short notice. We also manu
facture the celebrated
SIBLEY TEST
BEOX29EKTAI* COLOBB,
BTANDABDS, dTOOSS,
FLAIiSf ETC.i
Of Bilk or Bunting, ts per Amp Eeeulfttfcas
Constantly on n&nd and made to c-'der. ,
6. HUB6ABD | Z. 6. TDBJfEBIQ. B. CABPESTEE
[nolAMS&fiml
gljcfficlfc Kurscrg.
SHEFFIELD KURSEBY,
Cor. Batine-st. and Cybtmme avc,, Chicagc-, dr
51, LEWIS, Proprietor-/
I &6TC far Bils low ter caaJi s fine stocS of
ETESOBESFS, SHADS THESE, SiniOiri tliJßSa;'
VEB3KKAS, FUCHXAS. G VRAStZUB. iAI • ' "'
AJK>, Grape Vises. CoitaiScntttitticfc
Uasp&emea, Blacken.-? 5, -rc H win.* r tprt=»w&«u
to weals. co veil to bavjf*
of Stvj o&oiTtat Aitj^soriwaftes*.
Beo6tetCat&ta6«. s.aa
Bifctee vocr owr eretac y..R bay. .
ry The Plvioios »wert *wl C»<»uisi3 Citb,
<mdse VottSt «t> Wwaj, rva to wittia*
mijfecC oar glass r* r f}_ :. . '
P.O. JtorWT. .
T &KK SUPERIOR CHAROOAI'
L PlCt TROt^.
o vautreU-iuuwe Ircmjtu:rsrK.T>£
*jtffS-ix £esißt>c-if*ii7teiw€n,
insurance.
J^RVIDE^D.
WASHINGTON
Insurance Company,
o-i wall street.
61-2
(PIS AND A HALF) PER CENT.
cash I-S&SSD to the stoctho-.sers Uiji jjj cten
declared; *j able on demand.
ALSO.
60
(SIXTY) PER CENT.
scnir DiTHiEND to the Policy-Holders on the earned
Prcjm-rsaW PartJdpatlDg Policies, for the year end*
tr-* Cti rdjtaio. The Scrip vm be ready for delivery
cn »n«l the let of .Marco, pros.
CASH CAPITAL, $400,000.
A*»eisi Feb. Ist. 3SC2 $501 5 720.54
Liabilities 12.170.00
CapH dlind Surplus.
Three--uirthF of the Prciiia divided Annually to the
insured, without their Incuring any liability whatever.
•DTD'B IVT\ TBT ATTI TO IVTrt »m»AW
i -■ -»j-i , aifin or nATiUALJV*>
IBSTJRA2JCE,
GEORGE C. SA TTERLEK. President.
HENRY WES TUN,
WIX-LLlil K. LOTUROP, Secretary.
LANSING & GANSON, Agents,
?’c. 2 Bc.rtl of Trade Building. Chicago, UL
Cai'T. JOHN DORCHESTER, Marine Inspector.
FobiHry £d, inch
STAt-MEKT OF THE COHDITION
Of the
g.
U L T
; UNITY
FiEE »EAHO£ COMPANY,
AT NEW TOES,
-Taimary Ist, 1863.
ASSETS:
UnltedßtatesCpercent 5t0ck....510,251: CO
Nctr Y-irk State 5 and 6 per cent
Stock. 115,500 00
NevrTork City C per cent stock-. 25.C00 03
Cs&h leaned on collateral STO 50
Coed in hand and In bank 10316 «G
Cash hs, hands of
All otter investments... 51101 85
Office Furniture.. 491 17
Interest accrued 315 C-3—5231,313 22
j LIIBIIiTiES.
Lorscp ascertained and unpaid..., SJ,O?4 50
All oi'icr claims 1,406 &I
.SBO.SS2 08
*/ Votk-—The above statement the condition
of tht ~nlte-i Stales llranth alone. The tatal aval' able
o?se» jf the Company, Including ita English securities,
ameuiß to
Net Assets.
$1,793-822;
nnd tl h is entirely independent of Uie Life business
wbUii !s a totally distinct Company.
GEO. ADLAEB, Manager.
53 W&ll street, Hew Tork.
New York Trustees.
Vti:. 11. Mucr. Hies.Leather MaunfocUnTßank.
•Tajrus hi Murrbuti, J'r-'S. ManSiaitan Bank.
\v r -sSherman, firm o£ Duncan,Shermans Co.
A Epecla : Fund cf 513WS- is held by the New York
Tn«ar:-Css In accordance with the Kws of the State, for
the h-' noUt of policy holders, and cannot be withdrawn
tv hub any policy is in force.
The rujtv Tire Insurance Company insane against
loss Or ■iarc-tua by Are, on Buildings. Merchandise.
Hout.'-old Furniture. Ac., at the usual rat f s- Losses
sdjpoicd and promptly paid, without reference to
Louden.
mUJZTL & WItIMASTH, Agents,
- 150 Suutli Water Street.
[DihJ2-nl§s-2<y]
SUTEMEHT OF THE OOSSITIDS
-- as csv
‘ N"KW TOinvBKANCif orTL-E -
LIVERPOOL A If!) LONDON FIRE AND LIFE
ISSI-RAHCE CO..
January, ■ • ■ ISC2.
Cafsicn hand
CmMn bands of agent?.
CaßLoans
Betl Tstaxo. nncncutaherftd....- 115,000 03
Bondi of Ci'.y of Rochester, 2?. T„ 6s 14,003 03
« “ BalTalo. “ 23,000 03
l f .3.Tr€S9urv>rotcs,6s 50,00000
i; «* “ 73-10 5?,0»C3
Pirtl Liens on Real Estate worth doable the
■ amount 10aned..... 617.200 00
Bu£ for preuilums 3,616 00
AIV/olher stcurliiea 23.430 00
i Total fi.oa.Tiosa
I LIABILITIES.
Loiar.vs waiting proof. $13,5*9 0
V -j, Total paid cpCaplialand accamu
ttfei MirplCa o i ti:c Company $6,259,130 00
CvVer-? always paid WITHOUT GRACE, and Without
•‘.aluctionof INTEREST.
BICeiNMItf &. JAJIES, Agts.,
cES3-1E £. K. Cor. CLARK & S. 'TATEK STS.
. INSURE
AGAINST LOSS BY FIRE
la the following Insurance Companies;
HOME, of New York.
PROVIDENCE WASHINGTON,
*
OP PEOTEO2SCE, R. L
CITIZENS, of New York.
UNITY, of London.
And other responsible Companies.
3Life Uislis t alien. in tin©
MMATIAS LIFE OS. CO.,
Or New Toss.
Office 150 Sonth Water Street.
nm-sawM
TTNION INSURANCE & TRUST
Company.
OFFICE. BOOK NO. 2 LOOXIB BLOCK,
Ko. 4 South Clark street, Chicago.
Capital, £200,000.
DIRECTORS:
E-.-.i;. lon.bard, M. D. Gilmsn, Geo W. Gage,
Tan H HlEKlns, John V. FarwcTl, JfarshaJl Ap-e?,
Ilatthew Bolles. Elvi§ Harwood, Oliver Whitaker,
James W Stone, Joslah Lombard, Daniel Sharp,
L vi F. Bteyens, D. L. philline. Isaac G.Lombard,
i (XUovt. Chas Chandler. Thomas Harless.
bSkJAMIN LOMRaP.O. resident.
VAN H. HIGGINS, Vice President.
ISAAC G. LOMBARD, Secretary. h4-n m277-3ai
ifittetc Stores.
11/fUSICAL IKSTRUMENtS/
'"axrxius baueb,
lUkurACTUUZZ 07
BEUMS AND BRASS
USTSTHTJMEISrTS.
99 South Clark Stmt,
Hanuihcturer and Tw>porter of Musical Inetraaaett
and Btrlnz*. Having connection with mannfaeturicf
houaoa taßetim, Lelpaic, Dresden, EcglandarndPaxU,
\s prepared to forma. : Neal era. Bands and Individual.*
wfth orery article In their Uca
A? the lowest ~i. York Prices.
‘ Sot. Office Bax S»L QCI3-dS3Hy
USE.
3tationeTß.
pLANK BOOKS.- to
13 procure the rsiy best article is at
STATIONERS’ HALL,
!fo. 110 lake Street,
Where our shrives we filled, with goods manufactured
under our ova personal direction. of choice materials
Kn.d workmanship. As a teat of anperiorUy we exhibit
FOUR SILVER HEDALB)
One of which was swarded by the
CCS THE BS3T WOBE EVBK IK THS GREAT
iiEXBO-'ULIS.
ACCOUNT BOOKS
Of £T«7 ewcripfcOß, SINGLY or ia SBTI3, Bift-ld to
as£f r. of aay dearca style of
■ BciJKc,PEmxi2GAja)3nn)iKa,
Atticuart uoUc* itc lowst-i'iTlfl? price#.
• F. idGSSDy. - , i-aatQctartn-j Stationer,
‘ ~ . Ko. |4f> Lake street.
s TIMBRES.—A. Foster & Co.,
- wiolrsilo sad ratal: orders la jt. Clair. Sasloav
*tc£ Grace J>A5 bambcr,j>hlaii.ii> Idlfe; tOso, aish,
Poors «sd Btodft. B«ortft£ .-vq tvi<J ft larva. dry sad
selected atoct. we offttat price* t»«&£ tha ttaa*.
A Sotid car* ia oar y&rl fte*. or charge. O£co U-l
• v v trd, Ke-ifTwelAli street, His teidgs.
I \ • \
t psaffi barley malt al.
L . ,i. ' efiss£L»tr?«;c'tSiccli3at
V; JUs»,e«frertsjrYeMtKiLtt»BttTali.
■4} A. 6t. KUS3Y.'
.1 . ISr-irf-trfTredsßuSifcc.
iL.rV ■; . ‘
K.‘ LSW^
Commtssicn #R«rrt)antgJ
/VEO. D. RUSSELL, PRODUCE
VJi comnenrar ':":r.c:HANT—;i soua
Wells street- F. o. Drawer GiU.Chlcszo. r.l-
B*P*BB!Tf-E3—Meters Gvo. B. Paired i Co, H. T.;
Wm-P. Inrs, F-s«i, Aiba-y; Messrs. DooUtr« fc Ir
win* Oswego-t Me. prg. Plnnkjiitr & Gilbert, Bn*Tftlo;
Hears.E; A Ken‘cv.rhtevTn. mhii-ni-Mtex
gAWYER , WALLACE & CO.,
CO3DHSSION MXBtHIVtS,
41 Broad s*reet, Hew York.
Adratccs made on Cons'.enmeut-lto the diua
by WM. Jr, Agea£ 132 South Water
street Chicago. mhT-BS&V.y
QHADBOURNE & WETHERBE
General Commission Serchtnti,
Pardee’s UtilMlpz, corner TVells aad Soath sa?
SQ.Sups’olt?, CKlcazo,
Jl, S. CHADBOTB.' k.
J> ALL, 35URBANK <fc CO.,
PBODTJCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 1 Dole'sßcildmg, crr.soa'-h Wft'erand C'.ir,. ;:e.
Post \>flice Dtawer Cad, Coicaro.
p. h. r*t L i ?. tv. dcke.’.ns i p. nixn | «-no. ?. colt.
nUT-dn
p E. AVOOLSET * CO.,
V_x • f ~crcoseors to L. D. Wilson.)
General Produce Commission Merchants
a: Sooth Water street.
C*pJ- advanced on Consignment;.
■gEDFORD. MEREDITH & RUSSELL,
EXCLUSIVE COMMISSION MEBCEAST?,
fertile purchase on-i sale of Pork. Stock. Flour, Grain,
and Produce generally, No. 235 and SB South Water
n-lcano. 115. la’T-lv
pASH ADVANCES MADE BY
V._V N. K. FAjIIBANK. No. 5 Board of Trade E ri’.a
mgs, on GS.‘.ix. Flock. Psovzsion* and Hn?u*»:>*r%
Box DAVID DOWS 6 CO., Hew Vork,
The property can be held here ir. -tore u/iwi the
orpins: oi c , - ica:lon. and can be sold feeze or ihlpned.
Chicane, rj!-. ft. ISCL £e7-fe7SO-Sa
$492,530.54
g JU, FUKEHOUSER & CO.,
TURLAY & CO.,
f COMMISSION MERCHANTS.. ;:i
Clark Street, Chicaio—P. O. Draw-one *?i.‘
idruHcesm-sc*e on thlpmeala tena or on;
Com*p**td-ntaiuNew York.-Eciiton or Philadelphia.
fe2l-n3l 3tm-r-kaw
Q.ILBERT, UPDIKE & QO n
COMMISSION MERCHIITS,
No. 11 Laaalle atseet. Chicago.
SXANAF.D, GILBERT & CO, No. 5 Cltv BalMtnsa.
St. i.oms. myirsi-iy
C.J.UIZJICKT. G.TT. TTHDIKB, ■» rt ot.v.wi
Of UIC
A PiiIUGNET,
-TA • GESERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT.
Office No. 2 Hilliard’s Bloch. Post Office Bor A2S7.
ItoTKjrvczs—Hon. Wm. B. Oedea, Hoc. B. W. Bay.
accd, Chicago, III.: P. Harmony d
dou Drcs_ Jhdlcs *• Sons. New Torlc; J. H. Lucas.
Ssq_ Chas. Chouteau, iC«i, Si. Louis.
Liberal advances mads on consignments. [reiS*6My
E. HIBBARD & CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
253 South Water street, between Wet Is and Franklin,
A Chicago. P. O. Box 8037.
Grain, Knnr, Green and .Dried jfrulte, Eggs, Butter,
etc_ sold on CommL-slon.
WJJ.B.I2IS3aEI>. rd-33-I>co73m] .ntSS^X*ATUST33.
QVLYER & CO. s
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
316 South. ’W'atei' St., Chicago,
E. r. cuLvaa, CJaU-Wll] o. x. ccitbr.
3,161 U
QRIFFIR BROTHERS.
Ko. 5 Pomeroy’s Blocs; comer South "Water and CiarS
streets, Cnleaao. Advance* made oa consignment;!.
r. t, cairrry. EmhkTSD-lv] a. qcefppt.
IJKDERWOOB & CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Ko. 152 South Water Street, Chicago, m.
mli2Ts3 '
CrEMBBAL COHKISaOK MERCHANTS,
No. 32; South Wawrstrcet, Chicago. 18.
Consignments Orders tor purchases executed
with caro and dispatch.
eCAJTILLE EM3ALU. CuttaGl-lyj X. O. WOLCOTT.
MTRRY NELSON 457 CO., PKO
. BBCR. COMMISSION AND SHIPPING MEE
CUANTS, No. I'ii South v.'ator street. Agents for th,
Fulton -tarc'i Work?, Uswcsp? Co, KT. liberal cast
Edvaacea on Flour and Gram for shipment to Oswc.cc
or New T»~k. or in sture. giving the shipper the pr.v
liege cf soiling in cither market, for cna commission.
istrsET c’kLSOir, fapl&T x. l. stbvx^s.
ASSETS.
.* 10.W3 57
.* 37,537 13
A LUSS* YAM; & CO.,
COiTUnSSIOo 9IERCHISTS)
for the t-aie of Flour, Grain. Uc-et Pork. Hams. Lard.
Butter. Cheese, Seeiia, Dried Fnzlta, &c* 123 sooth
%7au>r street. Chicago. „
Agents for Hamburg and Western Reserve Cheesa.
ai.i.ct vasz fauls-al2r>-ly] u. stokx.
o. r w£T«;itr.*u.
C«3miSs!ON MERCHANTS,
215'- South Water Street
tunZ? ke^Jly
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
AKIN & CO.,
merchants.
Office. Aiken’s Building, ad'oinlna Board of Trade.
K0.156 South Water Street, ’Chicago, HL
C.p'-b / .Ivrnccß mads on flour and grain Dr shipment
to Ivin. A. Brown & Co, New I’ork,
roe7-g7?7-?ttt3 J- H. tnJZLBtTT.
*PICE ?i\Y & CO..
JSJ *’ <:s>3l2f£3S3S<>r-? kEHCHASaS,
210. 12 Lasalle street. Cid; ;< jo, 111. 1\ O. B-0S 1515.
Give tbeii e.TClaMvc attcTitu«x. to puicha-sb end
?f.leot Hour, Gram and other iTOdcct, 00 Comaiiesics.
ur*'?: f*y, [aukl'CMj ] H. wCrOnwusrn.
l_> DI’CK AND GKKKIIALt COI-DIISSIOK iUCtt-
CHANTS. Office, W1 South Vater street, romeroy's
BuUiliug. Post imieo Drawer filin’, Ctncaco. tin?tie
sKcna—ptnrres. Buchinchatn * Co n Martin, Con
urctgbt Agent feCb ILK. aul&eisi-ly
\TAI* ESWASBH & CO.,
SEJTEItAI. 00E2CSSI0E SGSEC
3io. 5 Dole's Building, corner South Water and Clark
strcula. illntaigo. ill/ fen r «My
OHABLES RANDOLPH,
GEEEEAL GOHHISSIOE HEEC2AST,
SO. H Loomis* Bailolcr, comer Clark and South Wate?
streets. Advances made on consipnmenia.- fertO-ls
■ XUAiSKY* BROTHER & CO.,
‘ COJEMISSION MEBCHAST3,
Give their exclusive attention to the purchase and
Bale of Flour, Grain and other Produce, ou commla
aion. No. li 6 South Water street, comer of Clark, Chi
cago, IIL n025*238
gAKER & SPAEFORD,
GENERAL COMMISSiOK KESCSASIs,
Office and Warehouse, Ko. 91 South Water at.
Advances made on consignments, particular atten
tion given to the purchase and. sale Of Flour, Gralit
Seeds, ic., on Commission. mh2-ci7My
pORD & NORTON,
STOUAGS ASD GOSOGS3IQH MEBCHAST2,
Fire-r-roof Warehouse on Market street, between Lsk*
and Randolph streets, Chicago, 18.
Liberal advances made oa consignments.
sav'd a. fobd, [anlT-jO-ly] jtateamikl sobtos.
XTORSE & TARWOOD,
It I (zjlt: alszst nosaz a coo
2EODUCE COMMISSION MEECEANXE,
IS6 SOUTH WATER STREET.
Aiken's Building,
BusfuMS conflned otilttlyto Commission.
AxoissT nucsa. [ySS-lyJ g. a. Yxswoog.
JOHN L. NOBLE & CO.,
SEKESAX COKMIS3IOS MEBOHAHIS,
wholesale dealers in flour and feed.
No. 235 South Water Street. Chicago, EL
Sole Agents for Panton Mills. jylO r 6i-ly
T\7ILLIAMS &HOUGHTEUNO,
ft COSaUSSIOK MEBGHAKTS. No. 210K Sona
Water street, second door west of Wella street bridge,
give U.“ir exclusive Htientloa to the sale and purchase
cf all Linds of Produce, Stock. «fca, on Commission.
Cush advances made on oQIs of lading and property in
store, liefer to George Smith * Go„ Marina Hank, and
Cenrge Steel & Co.
xr. grr.T.Tfa, [jal*6o-ly] w.n.EouosizLijre.
AT S. NICHOLS & CO. iiave
ijX • opened, at IS? South Water street. Chicago, a
General Commission House, for the purchase and sale
of Grain, Flour, provisions, Ac, and solicit consign
ments and orders. To parties accessible to Milwaukee
ss well as Chlcaeo, in connection with their Milwaukee
House, NlchoLCßritt & Co, think they can give rach
superior advantaged. CaplSw-ly
X. 8. KICHOM o. F. BBm, H- A. XIQHOI*.
■\TEELY, LAWRENCE & CO. s
XV COMMISSION MERCHANTS, for the purchase
and sale of Grain, Floor, Provisions, and Country Pro
duce eeusraliy. Business exclusively Commission.
Also, ucaleram Salt. Lime, Water Lime, Btaooo, Plaa
tering Bair, Land Plaster, at 215, iSc and 210 South
Water street, albsbtairaxtar, umwjjraw.law
-5X\-CTI, WH.T.WISIKA2*, XSWAUD F. UXW3BHQB.
cjl,3J'c(VtV _ ...
ffio=l3attnersSips.
DISSOLUTION.— The copartner
eblp heretofore existing between the nailer
=,aneC style, firm and n&tac
of Geo’ B Roberts & Co, Is this day dissolved by mu
tual consent. Geo. B. Bol«ria is authorized to receive
«it ones nr>d cancel all claims against the late firm.
GEa.B.ROBSSrS.
Chicago. ilaicU Ist, ’62. T. SYLVESTER PARSER.
Geo. B. Roberta will continue in the Lumber basi
nets. Office on Clark street, near the Railroad creta-
Iqw, mhi-njo^lw
TATSSOLUnON" OF CO-PART-
J J SEESHIP.—Tie Co-partac«Up ei
{ding under the firm, uameandstvleot _i..OBRWOCI>
& CO, U (bis day dissolved by mutual consgt.
Mr. WILLI AIXCHISCTS. Jr. BooS-BfCper for
the late firm, is entrusted with the aettlement ofaJl Ha
cntstindidK business. B-J*
Chicago, Msrch 4th, XSS2. JOHh E. BlT—r.B.
The subscriber gives notice to the friends ani ca.
the late firm of tJnderwooa t Co., ihnt he
will continue alone to traapact a ai>
Business under the name and style of irai>SilWOOD
& CO- and at the office lately occupied bvtfcem. No.
152 South‘tvstar street. P. L. UNDERWOOD.
Chicago, March 4tn, ISSL
Tbs of the late firm of tTnrtervood & Co.,
for Waixacz & Co, of Kc wTorfe City, being
thW>a\ terminated, we will oe hereafter represented
Mr - SSS
m;.g March jIiUSH. mhS-nSOMin
TAISSOLUTION —The firm of
1 i a , * c. W. CUDECH & CIDY Is ShUdaf di»
soiree by umxtaxios’-
o. & C. W, CUUBCH
are alone authorized to use the name of the firm fa.
“ 15180
oi me arm. CHAS. W. CHTTBCa,
Chicago, March Ist, IKS. H2SHT CADY.
G & C W CHTJHCH will coafictic the SvtseM at
the old So. 41 death Water street, mht>ii2B3>lw
irijaia ®asc.
]\/T CTFJTQKE,
*J»JL « i& ciacamx A »)
SHOW CASE
KANTTFACTUKES,
K9, SOEASSOKK STBB&^t
CHICAG-7, JLEi.
Fort OfflK Bos GSJ.
legal Retires.
CTATE OF ILLINOIS, COUNTY
JO OF COOK. S3.—Circuit Court of Coot County,—
April Term, USQ. Eben Conant te. James 5L Brers.
Mancrvm Been*. Ralph W. HIU. Seth O. Hapgood. Hi
ram Been and E3;m*oa Wheeler—ln,*ChanccrT.
Affidavit of the non residence of James SL Been,
ifaccrra Been, Hiram Beers .md Elanson Wheeler, -le
fendm: above earned. hartuc been died in the office of
fixe Gerk of said Circuit Court of Cook County. Notice
la hereby ptvee to the eatd James <LBeera,Slanerva
Beers. Hiram Betrs end Elans* ja Wheeler, that said
complainant filed his aa» LcU-d hill •.! complaint In said
Court, on the Chant-' rue th-rc .j, on the 25ih U*yof
February, ifctl, and *b«t a rommou* thereupon issued
out of said Court apansr svij returnable
on the second Monday o: Aml aext. RfC!)«• la by
lav required.
Kov.uu’es* voa, theoaid Js--»vM.Becrs.M;w-n - *
Ecerr., fiirssißc»nnr.d Elxr_'ou '•TV?V* 'J
BOnaUybean 1 -tpearbvivreai.dCui'v. .• (u .r .-»• *
Connty.uu ih.’ hrar day cfthcneit Apr.; *u-'r c v
beholden RtCeJr-axo, la said County.on :
Monday of A;- -:. :?=«, and plead, answer ov .icr.i
to the said amended hill of Otapl*!*-.*
the face, acd the marcs and things therein .liar-red
tnd staled. ■aid be taken ts confessed. a decree
entered against you according to the prayer of said
hill.
J. H. MaTPOcKN. Complainants’ Solicitor.
mhliVc4il-?w IVM.M. CHCT.Cf/. Gerk.
WHEREAS.— By3lort*rasre,datcil
▼ f April 1. A. P. 1555, anti recorded La Coo;. coua
ty. Inb'-okilCof ilor.'carc?, pncc Sf.J.W. Waaidsop,
*nd El ; su his wife, conveyed toll, K. Swift,l*. F.aar.fi
J. S. Jobssion. sub jots 3 and 5 of lots 7and S. block IS,
Vort Dearborn addition to Chicaso. fo secarc five
bonds of the fume date, therewith ciaiitloned to pay
each tUO’JWIn Are vearsfroa date, and Ally Interest
cote? or coupons of fiftr dollars each, with power of
ale in case or defanlt la pavmen: of said princip r' or
Interest. And whereas, aii’d'norrrize'vviisdaly a ai-io*
ed to me by raid Swifts and Johnston, by deed dated
April 4tb,A.D. IS6O. andsainhnndiand couponsbav
tag been also dulv endorsed anddcfinlt
bavin? been made In the payment b*’«atd principal
sum cf f.\OOO.CO. and alto of live of said ,-ono js?. hebz
the Are dac £r ni let isro I shan sell, v.r viren* o' th
power in ?sidmort?3?e.9on Friday,the rwency-drst
day of March. A. D- 15**Lat in o'clock a. au at the
Xcrth door cf the Conn IT Oise In the cltv sf Colcaso
to the Msbfrt bidder ?•••? . to make the rr.ocsv 3ae
on said bonds and cuuj.on?, with cocs of sale end con
veyance. the premises abovedceortbed, and all the
rlniit.tlt'ennd inter’s:, ;n :aw and In equity, of \\c
said , r . Tf. "Wcnrhcip and Ellen hip wife ihe.r Setrs and
in and to the GCOCGK FAYfON’.
Aasldaeeoi raid Morrsrane.
i 502. ' adul-KilC-mt
it I- idvO-im
Ctlcsco. March ?,
QTATE OF nVMtfOTS COOK ]
OCt . r. SS— Ca:c-*rD V^.-ch
T*;r r ... A. J'. ‘HJ.- it. !\i*ith, .Vli cr. K, v :o,? |
and Erirs'C Me!*’: t« vt«
r*nWi Is uo«l»y ■
L“irro ost ct ;he ohl-v of the
Cler*. . fee Superior Coart ox Chisago, dated U:eTth ,
d« Webroary. A.D. !■=»?. at the sa!t of the
• "is. Keith. Ai‘* r »■? E. r-xon and Edson Keltic .
apainbt the estate. v ' • h.9 -aM t-rr-0,-t.d Ctlst. for the
.jx of One HundredandThree W luO Dollars, directed
to the Shcrtn ol Cook Const?, '•bleb rati wr.t has been
returned exrrnted.
Now. therctorc. unless you. the said George Crfet.
sIikII personally be and appear before the said •superior
Court of CbUtaeo, on or iwfore. the first day of the Term
thereof, to be'hclden at the Court Hoc;e In the City
cf Chiraso. on the first Koadsy of April. A. D. IS-'-c,
ball,acdplead to theialtlplaintiff'saction.
Jndgibent will be entered against yon and in favor cf
the said p-aiewt?, end so mcch of the property at
tached at m w liessdlrisnt to satisfy the said jedgtaent
sad cc-ete wfll be sold to satisfy the same.
THOMAS P- OAKTER, Clerk.
GAl2.tr? 4 ElTcnrocK.CorDplte’SorrH- inUTcSaSdT
TV-1 ASTER'S SALE.—State of lili
i.’i nols, Cook Couq:t.p.s.-Circuit Court of Cook
County.—ln Chancery. Jolm Lewis ts. Janies H. K ’es,
Harriet F. llcos, Edward It, Talcott. Patrick Mullins
E.E‘l Pa trick 'Walt*.—Decree of Foreclosure.
Public notice is hereby given that L L. C. Pains
Freer. ilaster-Jn Chancery of Cook Contstv, of
Illinois, will, in mmuance of a Mandate in a Decree
entered In the above entitled cause, hc the date hereof,
sell al public auction for cs-h to the highest bidder, at
Cierocbdecr of the Court House on Block thirty
nine [2* l. Old Town, in the City of Chieaco. nn the 23th
day of March. A I>. IS<>?, at ten o'clock in the fort noon
of said day, all of tbc mortgaged premises described
in said Decree, to-witi—Let six [fit* l3 f»ecs and Swift's
Subdivision of Blocks namhereu sevcntr-sla. [TP] an.l
seventy seven [T»], in the School Section Addition to
ChlcAno, Count v of Cook, and State of Illlcoie, or so
nnich~uod such portion thereof as mar be necessary to
make tee money dne upon said Decree with cos's, in
terest. commissions, &c. L. C. PAINE l r DC:ilt
Master in Ctanccrr of Cook Csantr.
Chicago. March 6:h mhT-nSST td
SALE OF
REAL ESTATE.
I via seH on the i'th dav of March next, at the north
door 01 the Conn lionse, in the City of Chicago. r»t
the hour of eleven o'clock a. >i, my n/ht, title and in
terim derived under a d«r.«l of assignment for taa
hentCt of rreciters, made i>v T B. Carter to me July
19th. if ft, to the following dcpcrtbert lots, pieces and
parcels of land, vie:—Lots «. 10. U and 12, in Block 29,
fa Brooks & Kilhrcth's Suhiirialon of 810ck25, in the
Canal Trustee a Subdivision of the west half, and the
half of'.he northeast iiuartnr of Section 17. Town
ships?.north Bansc 1L wist of Third Principal ilerl
c-!jn Said lota Indus on the south sice of \an Barca
rtrect, near Rolher street. Supposed to he a title in
fee. subject to a mortgage now due on said lota of two
thousand dollars, ond interest for on* year.
ASHES CAFiTEB.
Assignee of T- B. Carter.
ftfi&nirr. iro
QTATE OF ILLINOIS, COUN-
O IT Oi COOK, SS.—Superior Court of Cuicapo.
Vf.rc\» Tvrui. ISGi. The Rant: of the State wf Indiana,
for tL- u:e of the Branch at La Porte, v». Edmund
D. Taylor :>nil Margaret Taylor, his wife. Cl:a»les D.
Bend, A’l'-n Hamilton. llngi* mCCttllouufc, -fssae L.
Vv’ii'.haiJs the unknown heirs of vVilUam B.Ctif'.oa. the
TmVj.CKTt heirs of TC"ilii:.r’ If. Davidson and Eleazcr D.
Ciainjhcrluin.—in Chancery.
AfTfisvit of the uon rcjiihi'acc of Charles X). Bond,
Alien Hamilton, Hugh V'-Culiouirii, .!•>*«? I*. Williams,
tte unknown hulr? of William B. Clifton, the unknown
licfxs of wiiiiasn E. r-avidsos, aa«: RleazerD.Cha.m
letiain defendants ab-vrg named, having been filed m
the ofiW of the Clerk ul ssld Supertvr Court of Chica
go. Notice Is hereby given to the salt! Charles D. Bond.
Allen Hamilton. Hugh McCullough. Jesse L. Vffillams.
the unknown heirs of V. iiliam B. Clifton, the nnknown
Jitirsof WilUan Tl, Havulrou and Elcazer D. Chamber
that the :-uti:p;r,t. snt died Its hill of complaint in
• said Court, ca the Ch side thereof on urn ;3th
dav cf Fclnuary. T ••£ anti U«it a summons thereupon
Issue*! out of said Court against wild defendant-*, return
able ri» the fitalilc 'usy of March next, [isfii,} asiiby
law required,
N\»w. ouieid you. Jhc said Charles D. Bon'. Allen
Jlamii't'c. ilujrn >■: Cnlh.nrh, Jpss~ L. V*’lUia:ua. the
unknoTvx'hvirsof" Ilham DlCiutcn, the unknown heirs
of \ViiV«Pj 11. Davitlfou, ju3«l Rieazer IX Chaad-arlaic,
shall pcrvoM*liy ht anil appear before, said Siipv
nor of Coo'; Couavy, on tV day
of the next utr; thereat, t.- he holder, ;.r Old-’ago. In
■ Haiti Coiilifv. on ;~ir.-t Motidoj of M •»«.■!; l and
cf cojr.phdnJ, thi sair-e, ah.l the nh-.tier.* i .v U.inrs
therein charted and o-te-I, vl*.» K* taken •»*? roofeAsoa.
:ird 6 t!t- rv* entered auare-. t voa aeoor.tit.k* to thr.
prayer tsTajii-fbUl. ‘THOMAS B. CAKTr-.RV:-:'k,
& Isnoil. Comppi’s S^TS.
OXaTGAGIi; SALE.— Wbereas,
aJJL hr a t ! ;c*rt“:vJ;e. dated ithr xlrx* nay of
Hay. A.T>. L-c.V a.'ii ret-.irtifdlo the c o:p.‘?e
ofChOkCatiStT, e::'*.p«j Ilkacls, ‘n book thirty
.•ST), ef ic;*ns:a2r*, »-t ru.’e four hundred u'H Udr*y
three (1-f; ; .-> .• Monts !*nd ilaryß. Horr*-bv
wifr.orthftdfrr-i t^iec.r.'yi'i&»W county ae-i SL-u--.
cocToycd to nilt. Corbin, the premiees here
Snafter described. ? ■•.m-. the payment oftx-mir-
Dealing tven da e with taiti iuwt*.
Kese, all executed by Bnoi nerS. Morris and payajm.
to ihe or* er oi niyaulf: uns ul c »:d notci buitug for the
principal ruu; of eleven thotuaud dollars (iiLiCG*.
patabb: on the first day or May, A, D, THCt, for Taint
rcccir»*a ; and the otheni for u»r sain of Uva hundred
auu fiftr dcilsrs each., being the amount oi semi
aannallrTerest on za:d prm?tpal sum ar»il payable re
on the lirst day of eacu November and alay
from U.e Hi si day of Novnaber. ;Sw. to the first day of
fei-i v»h-re«£. It is provided by »ald murv
gafethitlf default shad b“- mailn la the payment nt
asyoev of f.aid instalments of interest, and suets ;u
--stoimeat shill remain due and anpßld for thirty d&y&.
then the s&id principal sum oi eleven thousand dol-
Inr« shall at once bewee and b= due and poyftWo, s
my election, anything in tltc now given for the same
to Die cor.trs-rv ooivathstauding; ku<? whereas, default
has been made is the payment'of said Icstalinenta oi
interest due on Use first cay of May ana on the
davcf KoTcmbor, AD-186L and of the notes for fire
hundred and fifty dollars facli, ctamring at those dotes
xespecnTely and given for saw Ufetalmente, which
have since reaiaiu&l and now are wholly due and un
paid.
Now therefore, tmbsic notice U hereby given, that by
virtue of the authority contained in said mortgage,
4nd to aecurs the sold sum cf eleven thousand dollars,
with interest due thereon, together with coats and
charges uf ac«rtlsemoat and sale, the premises con
vevco by sald/Rortcase, with all right and equity of
redemption of Bacsner S. Morris and Alary 15. liorria,
their heirs, representatives or assign* therein, win be
sold at public auction to the highest bidder for cash,
at ten o'clock lr the fo-i'i»oou. on Friday the fourteenth
day of March, A D. IS6A at the north door of the
Court House in the city o£ Chicago ; and which s«!d
prcmlsrs r.rc known and described as follows, to-wltr
Snb-losaiz (6'. of lots one (l> and two (2) in block df
tcen (15) In Fort Dearborn Addition to the city of Chi
cago. nine County of Cook and State of Ilhams, to
»etu*,r with the brick dwelling and other Improve
ments thereon situated. FRANCIS P. CORBIN*
Ws. C. RnYaoLDS, Attornev, Mortgoscee.
1H Dearborn street. Chicago. 3&H-lc£?7-td
■\;fORTGAfiS SALE.— \VTiereaa
It I by a certain Mortgage dated the first day of
Mar, A. i). I?SS, and recorded In the Recorder's office
of Cook County, Stale ofDllnoia, in book thlsry-seven
[s7] of Mortsiges at psae three hendred and twenty
seven [327]; Hart L. Stewart widower, oftha City of
Chicago, m said Comity and State, conveyed to tno ;
Francis r, Corbin, the premises hereinafter described,
to secure the payment of certain promissory notes.
beoTire erec date with said Mortgage, all executed qJ
Eart L'. Stewart and payable to the order of myself;
one of said note* being tor the principal flam of sixteen
thousand dollars £fIWKOJ, payable on the liret day of
Mav, a. D.ISCS. for value received- and the others Cor
thesum of eliclit hundred dollars £ssoo] each, being the
amount of sent-annaal interest on said principal anm
and payable respectively on the first day of each No
vemncrasd Nav. from the first day of November dßi
to the first day or May 1553. And wnereaa it is provid
ed by said Mortgage that if default (bail be made in
the p'-ytf.ent ofaav one of t£dd instalments of Interest,
and such imtalmcat shall reman* due and unpaid thirty
days, then the said nrindpal sum of sixteen thousand
dollars sltaT! at once ueeome and be due and payable,
at my election, anvthiugiu Uie note given fortaeewua
to the contrary notwithstanding. And whereas default
hasßcen made In the pavmcnt of said Instalments of in
terests due on tae first dav of May and on the first day
of No vember. A- D. 18S1, and of the notes for eight hun
dred dollars each, maturing at those dates respectively
and given for said Instalments, whirl: have eicco re
mained and now are wliollr doc and unpaid. Now,
therefore, public notice la hereby given, that by virtue
of the authority contained in said Mortgage, ana to se
cure Hu-said sum of elateen thousand dollars, witn In
terest daetnereon, togelhervrlth costs and charges of
advertisement and sale, the premises conveyed by salo
Mortgage, or eo much thereof as nay be
with "ail right and equity of redemption of Hart L.
Stewart, his" heirs, representatives or assigns therein,
will be sold at public unction, to the highest bltUler.for
cash, at ten o'clock in tho forenoon oa Frv.sy the
fourteenth day of March, A- D. IfifiS, at the North door
of the Court Louse, In tbs City of Chicago, all of which
premlsoe aro situated in the City of Clucseo. County of
Cock und fu-ta of Illinois, end are known and describ
ed as follows, to wit: Thirty £3o] feet east and adjoin
ing the west thirty [3o] feet ofLot number seven £7], id
Block thirty-seven [37j of the original Town of Chicago
afores.dd, with the beading and other Improvements
thereon sltnated. Lots one U3 to thirty-four [3l’inclu
sive, of Block rwcnwpoj of the South Branch Addition
to Chicago alOresalo. with the buildings and other Lm, :
pmvftTnfmt thereon flltuated. Lots seven•>m» eleht [Sj
and ten [IOJ. of Blocktwelve [l2]. of said South Branch
Addition. Lot- seven [t], eleit [S] and eighteen £W], of
Block thirteen £l3]. of sain South Branch Audition.
Lota three [Si, eleven [U] and twelve £l2}. of Block
twenty-seven s7], of said South Branch Add-on.
TOL C. RST3TOLPS. Attorn “* hlorlcugee. _
1U Dearborn street. C.dcego. Jail-t23T-td
CORBIN & CO.
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Foe sale at Whsl»ate and Retail at
50. 65 CLASS 3T23ET
mblc'.3i<xs Corv-cr of Ran dolph street, C. .cage, 18.
Pat eist suck
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MICHI&AS IvilLXjS
Trj taetot 3ncipLo*t * -■''xr x eia osr—ocr?
Gssbsm JV>62,£«he
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vfLsitFiccraC tHs tH*£id££*ar.
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Kailtoats
pmCAGO AND MILWAUKEE
\J RAILROAD.
Fob HiAvramr, La cnoas*. Bt. Patc. oaasosa.
bwTTv, and IntxejixniATE Points.
On sad after WEDNESDAY, Starch sth, IVBAPa»3» a .
per Trains will leave th« comer of We*t Kmzla
atdCan.il streets (Sundays exceptedj aafoUovs
-7:40 A. M. and 12>5 P. st, and anire at Slßwink-e at
U£s A, M, and 4-d5 P. It
Trains arrive at Chicago at 1155 A. H. and
WArKkc.ijr A'*coM2T--D»noy Train leave? Chicago
at 5;t5 P. M-, and arrives at CMcaeo at BAd A. X.
S. C. BALDWIN, Superintendent.
TLLINOiS CENTRAL RAU.
AB» »AD,—Cda».s c* Tin*!—On *n*i after SCV-
T>.* T i.,*.-*- from the
AifOrafcO) A-M, »—arriving U PeO
rliijtoiiP. M, Loaan»porl 3: d P. ML. Decs*
tor SiSP. St, Sprloeiicfd Tflb P- M, Jackson*
villefeMPTM.. Staples IftftP.M* Alton ji : iS
P. it, fit. Louis p, st. Terre Haute L3S
A. M. ar.d Cairo i-Si A. It
Accost edition t>3o P. J£, every dav—for Contrail*
and Way Stations; arriving at Central!* at
SJ3SP.M. This train, also connects at Tolono
■with Great WeeU.ro Railroad,
Citiirtt :5 : tS A. M,. Springfield 150 ?. VL, JA-jk*
BOUvUle I*. M-. Aapits 6a5 P. SL. AQI at
Matfo«n*ithT.H- A. St Louis Railroad at
_ Terre Haute at &S PM.
TraAna anrlv*; st Chicaeo—Acccmmo>l4tloa at 555 JL
Beceaac ph^-h^lTo^iUi^rainpolnta.
liSe S^^sJgS. nßfttto£ at>ply at 080 omm
FOB HYDE PARS AND VCKi’J LAWJf
Xrairs leave Chicsgc:. Leave Wood Lavra:
TSSA.BU
12m)U, itssp Vi
ftWP.iL. _ „ „
W. R. AH 1 HUIi Ron. Ssnl
W. P. jogysoy. Gen. Paw. Agent. p
fiHICAQO A> T 3 ST. LOOT*
HATIKOAn UJTS.
Wmilß ABRAS»£Mm^
Two trprtwa tnC2?» oa *i>d D*c. 3 it 13*1. Trsae*
wmieaTti‘Wert Halos Depot*t sAi
sepi actl 11.-C F. M. BatcrdA**. &x-
Sire K CV.n*& at K. M, ton 855 T*. M.
in* Joliet ana
CWr&-ost 1-CCr.iLwiilr, ur..* a::tcwh«rea'.LSirCAJi
iBVls j ——
F
rrrsßUß g■ i. it. ivayke &
;:• .r s, W.-j-V
*C3 Udosutlm*.,* Cbizs-so. JfrUy at
SC« A. M- raot L'ne. (eicept Saccjtvj.)
13® £• is* V ; #* txi.icja. {vice?: S«itnrity»J
S“»fl M. Acvosuavjutloc toi vnii>tiral3o
!Fct Bostozt, York, Philadelphia*
BAiTUIOUfi, WASHISC-TON,
Harristog and. PUlsbarjiu
il»—Fob Ai.ri.kt, Prr?ix*x D c rass. cletuaml
CoLintHTR. Ciscu>avn, Uattom,
And all intermediate Station? between Chicago W4
t ht titles abcTO named.
o-ecytig Cm? on alyht trains. -ted Darysc* by VP*I
rente checked throagh to all Eastern Cities.
But one cbangs of car; between Chicago an» K. Yet®
Via Allentown on train learlny Chicago at 6:10 P. M.
Tickets for Bcle at the principal Ticket Offices in t*»
West, at tbs Compan y'e Office, corner of Sasdolnb at
Dearborn streets. and at the Colon Depot. VTetctMc,
Cdcazo. tvm. P. f.msi*. &a3.^aLig«t^
A. HOIjI.IPAT. •gckct Agent.
MICHIGAN CENTRAL BAE*
-LTX road,
qssat css?thal notJTir to krw tosbl hws*
ENGLAND AND TH2 CANADAS.
Ct ami after SUNDAY. >'ov. Si l*L Trains Im*£
ra% Great Csntrai Omen Depot loot o» Lake streak AS
jojloYrs:
5*2 A-V-—Day Eijreca testsntSundsv) arrives atj».
trott at p.iL, Suspension Brldka «***?
&SCP. M-—if Isbt Express (except Saturday*. trrtr*«s
Detroit at 6:35 A. W_*Sast-eu9:oa Brllno SJL
A. it. Siw VorJt 13 !<, SS
Cincinnati Traits via ML C. Railroad leave ddcaeftn)
ftW A. 3L, MaD Train 7:30 P. SL. Fast Esprar**, axrtVT
in Chicago at »7:*o A_ iL, Fast KTpreaa; at UdC p. a,
KlcbtMall ‘CsMn.
Tbe Ti2o T. 3L Train Icstlns Chicago runs throag!i 16
Cincinnati wS:oot change or cars or baggage.
Salisbury's Patent Dusters arc ran oislHf Expfga
Trains. Patent Bt*epbie Cars on all night trains.
X&~ Baggage Cheeked Through. .AS
THBOTTGH TicsATs for sale in aD principal IUQtoM
Ofictsin tbe West, at the OtSce. eorear L&Kf
and iwarbom Btrceta. (usdsr tie Tnsnrot llossaj f^s v
cajo, and at the Depot.
R. N. KLCF.. GaacmSaperlntoßdaßi.
J. W. SMITH. ‘Western Pw, Ag t.
1863. THE 1863.
FESssrivAm cesteal g. su
USB ISQc« Double Track*
(with its connection^)
IS A FIRST-CLASS BOUTS,
FOR SAFETY. COMFORT AND SFMB
To all tJie Ea>i«ra Cities l
THE TRACE IS STONE BALLASTED
ASI) ENTIRELY FEES FROM DUST!
THREE DAILY TRAINS FKOH.
pmsßUßoa to Philadelphia
(with close connections from tVes'ern Cl Cos,)
ALL CONNECTING DIRECT TO NEW YO2SL
THROUGH PHiUBEIPHSA,
And close connections at Earrisbnrjfii for
iSi) WASSRC6T<K!.
FBDH PITTSBURGH TO NETT TORE
One train runs dally (.WQ mltoej
VIA ALLENTOWN, WITHOUT CHANGE OF O £J&t
•inlying is of &S fiChitr SoiicA;
EIGHT DAILY TKAiNF FROM
PR£LiDI£LrSiSA TO SSW I'OBHi
Tichetr ifi£ Sale tc- Snston t-y So&s u.3ailrcsi«»
SoatTickcwgoao cn any ofiae b »rm.l
FARE TO ALL LOGsTS AS LOW AS ANY UODTS
®T.BEPING CiUls
ON NIC-ST TRAINS TO
»inUQI3.P&U I YOSK&BiLTISSS®
DACOAOE CHECKED TIHSOUGS AND TRANB
FEUR&D >Ttl£E.
FREIGHTS:
By this iitute Frirfzn« of aU descrlptioasrcsa belts
garden toaud BemFhilidclpbks NewYorla Bcstes
oc Baltimore. to »ud Crum aov iK-int on Uic ImtlrofeC.
of Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois. sflaeoaaln. loVfc
or Miwouri, RT liATLUOAP Dreucr.
TOO Fcansvivacut Central K».tl I!ond also connects fift
Fiw*br.rsh with Steamers, by which Good* can be 106
warded to 6Ej pnit on U«- obic, hiuskiartxs
lucky, Tennessee. Cumberland, Illinois. MiselMlrjd,
?t liconetn, Mhn*oorl, Kansas, Arkao«i9 aod Hed RirtSS;
and at Cit-velsHd. Sandusky and Chicago wltb Bteast
era lo all Tom oo the North- Western Lakes.
Merchant!- and Shipper* entra-tina the transports*
tlon oi their Freight to this Company. can rely
confidence «.n its M«-.*-dv traantt,
THK ic.\Tl«at iiir FIIIiIGHT to and from any potaS
In Die West by the Pennsylvania Central Rail Rose
m *t &ia a as ~s.vo=AßLn ±x. i.2s caxsawn sS
orass £OAt> companies.
jy Be particular anti mark packages •* via. mate
CzJiTE-U, ii. IL"
For Freight Contracts or Shipping Directions, appl#
to or address either of the following Ageutaot we
C 'c l LAl;lcß it 00- Chicago. Dltnofe.
1). a.STEWaKT, FrcUht Aaeut. Pittsburgh.
CLAKKE & CO- Transitrr Ageuts. PiKaburcb.
H. tv. BUOWN & CO- Cincinnati. Ohio.
K. c.MELDIvCM & CO- Madison, Indiana.
J. E. MOORE, Louisville. Ky.
TV. w. AI KM AN & CO_ Evansville. Ini.
R F. SAS3. St Louis-Mo.
VT. H. & E. L. LANG LET. G?.lUpo!ia,OhlC,
C. l’..NEAL,ParkerK*arg. Virginia.
halt, «• CO- il arietta. Ohio.
H. S. FIERCE & CO- Zanesville, Ohio.
SieDOV. ELL & UcCOLM. Ponmnostb. Ohio.
R McNEELT. M»p*vfile,KF.
J. F. JOHNSON, Kipley, Ohio.
JOHN TODD. Covington. Ky.
G. L. UEATOK, Cleveland, Ohio.
E. C. M£l»DlwDM. General Tmr cli'ag Agent tocag
South and West.
LITE STOCK.
Drovers and Farmers wEi find this the most adTTtS*
tagecus route for Live Stocks. CspACloua Yards, w*>
wztezsu and supplied with every convenience,
been opened on tms line and Ita connections, and every
attcntlOA la paid to thdr wants. From. UamsbvOA
where will be found every convenience for feeding tmd
resting, a choice Is offered of the PHILADELPHIA,
NEW YORK and BALTIMOKS il ARKETS. TMs WS*
also be found the shortest, qickest and moss dlreel
route for Stock to New York—[vis. Allentown}—*®d
With fewer changes than avy other.
ENOCH LEWIS, Gen’l Sup't, AltooDA PA w
L, L. HODFT, Gen." Ticket Acent, punadplphta.
B. IL HOUSTON, Gsn’i Frairus Agent, rhlladelpks*,
jai-k175-ly
C* TtSAT OOFSOLIDATEB
U LINSJf
CIEGIKSATI AB CHICAGO
ATK-LUTS £A£LBOAO.
Forty H2£3 the Shortest Route to Cincinnati. IsdiaMk
pells and LouiavUle.
YEAIK6 leave Wtct Side Union Depot, CMc*lC.
fiaay.es follows:
5£3 A. m.—Day Express, (Snnaaya escoptodd
TBnOuSS to CisoarHan urc Dtovasapous ir9
out Chans™ of Casa
Eartsun ccNNsurroNß-At Anderson sad K6awa«
for Feqai Urbans, Dayton, Kenla. Coiombas, and alt
DOlnts b Centra- and E&attm Ohio.
BOutesrh Cojns»7i*o-i'4— At
Un. Columbus, Madison, Lswrenccburg. JaffenonvllK
and ail pointslu Central and Southern Indiana: alsofcs
Loulsvtße. Frankfort, Lexington, andall points Soofft,
ConnecG-i-ns at Cincinnati, for KastiaCfcw
FftrLersbcrg. and points oa the Ohio Elver.
Trains amve at Clcclimatl at F.M.
Throuab tickets by this line car. oe obtained an
principalSailroudO£oea lathe North-est, andatttd
Cctsd play's OSes, No. 122 Randolph itroefi. Ch&acti
CaAa.S.FOLXJST?.geB.TIcAatArot. Ml
CHICAGO & ROCK ISLAND
RAILEOAD.—C3A2TS* PF T£Ka—'WlatCT A>*
rr!?'*°~ l *^ T i commmiclnc Sunday. Hot. 17th. 135 L Train
leave Chicago: Day Express and Mall. Sunday# «■>
seated. 1150 A. 1L; Sight Express, Saturdays eic*pt®d*
Ur4SF.IL; JoUet Accoaunouation, Sundays cxceptsC
SdCF.U. Through Train*arrive: 5J5 A. K. saa M
P_ V : Joliet Accommodation, S3O A 1C
1861 AKKAKQ*.
Kicfeigan Seutbera and Lake SbMS
RAILROAD.
On and after BUBDAJ. Bor. M. and and fartte
lotice, trains will leave Ciucago tosiOwar
vcv Tma D»v £z?ZBSB :
°*Bdß AM.daily (except Sunday>, 7h» Old acehttaa
Soad, coccecUnv at Elkhart W.th train oa HBf-
LinaSoed- at While Plceon with train for Thrac
Birers, at Adrian with train? for Jaeksoo. at Als*
Line junction y&Z train* for Monroe wfi Do
troli.
lW fc3o (except Saturday?, via Old M#
zan Bead, connecting at Air-Line J unction wSa
trains for Detroit. „ „
Trains arrive from the East at 2*4* a. Si. and IIP. S5.
AH the above trains make regular «-an«Uonev.
Dunkirk. Buffalo, Niagara Fall?, Albany. ,^ c
Boston. Philadelphia, Baltimore, and *v 2ag. _
Luxurious new Sleeping Coaches, with a- »uuu—
hnoroTemeata. run on 2jlsht Trains. #
Tbroura Tickets can be obtained a*
OSoe,sfclart«rsct, Eider toe
tae Brew, comer of Vk Bores sod f cermo
JOEti P. CAKTBEU-, „ <r^A£!gi< A -
Sort Sopt.TPfed>.o. -.aema»
CHICAGO, BUHLIiTSTON A
€ / orfelj? EAILBOAI?.
icnre and arrive at Chicago Mfi*
and Mad icaves
isaves Chicago atofiCpTSt*
/Mfisaa's'exccptol.} srciTSe at 10 CO 4.
ggptgf) C. &. H AMMOiiD, aS#?T
CHICAGO AND NORTHWEST.
\J ESN RAILWAY.
For BocxKTu. fteiolt. TtvzverX, Stfiaft.
Denle!t\, Hftdlsoe. Prairie daCniea, Fuaddalan o#t
tom. Warortnwn, Qcasa Berlin. ESjon. Lt C:OMB,
P»uj, An.
TBA2S6 ISAT3 AB FOUfIW:
35aj Ssntasa. b, H.; the aijosd
dsleC-, a3ocsws«tir2? ? ' ? «aCTOs?H'= : t?hPhit , 243te6*
Haf CvasaattorSCx-aBi.SpC. ,
fids? yL B=--^i.?Tte?':-i».£ocafcrar
US S. H. end =->> P. SS. „ ,
G£{ . L.ufnrLAr.3^
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r; at.tet-: a « vHICaSO UrTICSf
1 1 gfeiY^rtart— vrgyxs Annxsassryt.^-
<£ E;= s%.ifcU M"!
er«£ str- 3>rrc‘-. m rni-O'V’r.y - --tlaJI -
MlSl P.
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