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Special Notices.
■THE CONFESSIONS AND EX-
X 1 I'EKII.XCE OF A
aekvols nviLU).
ru’>ll.-’ic»!f“'rt!:cbcncr.taud as & caution to young
r;r:* jo-d oiler* wl'O «nflcr from Nervous Debility.
I : riv ItiTay and ifulr kindred allracnt*-*am*lylne
v.v i:’ian*«i«cll-corc Br «>nc whoban carediilaiwu
as:rrt'«'r.p tt vSrtlm ofmlsplarcd conrtder.ee In lord!-
ri.nraid-nc and quackery. Uvencloflns n post paid
tintri.vi iot*. •dr.clc con!<'s mar I>C had of the
NAIKAnIKL MAITAIK. £«q. Bedford,
New York. JaZ9 -gCy-Sai
THE GOOD SAMARITAN
-1 positive*.** cures Consumption, and all diseases
>Ndir.£ to It. Call or stat-voar cisc by letter, with
Advice fic«*. Delay Is dangerous if you are
F.’.-vuoed, Tlihiy-ont year*, prsctlce and experience,
rnV't’irl or nicrcnn usod Medicine* «ent by ninll
t.rovpri’S'.. • itllri* and laboratory Sit l-U South Clark
i :rr<'j. i•; ir’sro. post Office Box tt „„ nnn r
iif.tx>:;:U'Siii Dn.rKA.noDr.
CAHD
Deafness and Blindness.
pjj x* VPl't- vrx'-n. ou?U and Aur’.-*. Operative
:<Vi.! DM IL-vl.'li ii stivel.- car ibcSlK-niiaa House,
Cjiicaco. Illinois.
p- I’ itnrU dM s |irofw-l.;tal UlctoOpUlhAlinlC
Ti i: Xtjfrd .v< -lii <■ «• r;;ti >n -rr. nnil rec- I>•<;* rwnllily
• " i i- av\. 1: -■ Li-’Us. and appar-itns.
a' ~ ti.<- .;irt--n'Li *>f trcain»rutn’*ed !’<-r tlie rc
nurt utnicMoj.s !n all Pie Onlilhdmlc
: ; ; .\y:al Hcspltuls and luUrmarir»*m’ London. Paris
t . ;:i n:.d Vienna, He performs a’.! u>c anproveo
~ ■-•,•[ i ar.d modem operation!* for peafnes*. CatAruct,
rnrdl. Cm .- live, rniroplum, Kctropluai,
- i. - vlin.i. I'l'tnih
♦.i; \ mid ej'-’rlons prowlli* of even* d'-^crijn
Artlririal Ky's aid
, • ..• dr.vioi-r- coi.rfiiru d wttb pie
'•:-.»i-ope, Mo-erijir. and Onbtlialmlo
v.( r-+cor«t tr.btriini- , alsand maclducrytliat orillianUy
•• lu'c!li<’v! o l '. exterior. Interior aad posterior
• .ti.- oi ii, v i.ve and Kar, tluinrevtaUnc t lie cause and
. amr.-of many d!**ateaor ttoeeye and car that liave
■ 'ti.. r to 5 1 thnncM forever hidden lu dsrkni-M and
linpoiicir.ibic «di>cnrily.
STERLING’S AMBROSIA
FOR THE HAIR.
*, ' of ]*■ u *r«vn of elory.
vr ;«; carv «t*d culture t( will lait »•» s protection to
- i a.; u' lui'p a> tnail* do !•> l'*c linden*, or toe
• to tin- cvo. STSHLIMFS AMiUl«).Sl,\ ic
• / v o': - y %vt‘di-*-*‘v.‘nd U.:*t mil lirJnS about
v • d> -imi nfujll.*. It !•» a «timulnt;i.£, oily extract
<f-.: t-.Virkr aud lifrb.*.and. a-dde from If* nratnex.*.
;u;aKMK-v ar.d It I- tucdicaUr adapted lopre
v add to tl.e b-autv of the lialr. Tiiß ONXV
• i yet nisi'C>Yi:rf.p that unx Crus Tue
\J: - *tt vi nil- Sr vlp. a xi» c w** the Haiti ro oao «.
For fsalc by
BLISS & S’lAlU’. U1 Late street.
.V.'f-r.N for Chicago. 111.
v:j r:r.
BATCHELOR'S 11 Alii DYE.
'1 he Insiiu iLf world.
WILIIAJI A. BAXCHBLOE’S
f. cTr*o(! Jla'.rPrr prcdccpsa color not tohcdls
•iu ,( —-j jroi-. iisniro-wbirsi.lMl not to injure the
i I 1)? rt ;.."d»*s the 111 ejects of had dyes.
•>IJ ja .jmrates the hair lor life.
GEET, RED, OE EBSTST HATE
: r.vt turns b splendid mark or Brown. leaving the
l •rsoaj.Mlliesuti'ul. Sold hvnll Druggists.&c.
C?^ilir"uiui’i‘L‘ Wiiltsm A. il.itcliclor on
: fear siJcs of "arL Los. Factory. Si Barclay-^
Ni v.- York datcCSJ Uro:Kty:-.y and 46 Bond.) Jyi* a.fMy
CATAUKH!
Dr. Sceley-s Lksld Catarrh Cemcily,
A Bure cure for
Catarrh cr Csld in tht Head.
Ii »■; k ; i: to i u than consumption, arnlby
c»::r.tr llir lir.-t we prevent the latter. Persons should
-j -dcrs-taiid mat the better war to care couiimiptiob la
•:u ; vint It.
I !;(• symptoms of Catarrh, ft* they generally appear,
til ins:\ei v IVn-oiif I'ltv have h cola
s: .1 :.i;d that thw u»vc frequent attacks. and are more
to the change* of tempCr.Uurr. lut'd-con
<M o» the 11:n:.v He dry. ors. slight dlsr.harge. thin
a-hMTifl ancnrafds becorntuc thick and adhesive.
AMhf h-tomr* chronic the discharge* are lo
«"v i-rri it; nnnMitv and cbargwllr (juaUtv; thav are
nr. linck mid i.tmW. a..d ure either got rsdof by blow
jhr i.ok" or cl.o ihev tall l:.to lae throat and are
l.s.vhfdorc’onclird o.J. ’The -secretions ar*» odcasivc.
a tud » n .ill,; t;-e voictis thick and nasal; the
*m < arc wfsik, the scw-c of«f»clJ is le.-eencd or de
<>m .1 • dr-Mi.tss firqncuS' v laV.Co pI.OTC.
i.v ti.e aid of ti:r
S ran be eJertnallv removed.
the Catarrh Ke nedy. *2.o.—suiUclent forage
oi .• iiaijiib. With full and clear directions, eeul by cx
: r.
Cfiicc, 182 South Clark Street, (Up Staira.)
Ail.l:-. sft Dr. D. 11. M--KL7E.
rv:r.:> (m To?: ojr.rc box tv-i. chh-utos lit.
Et. Euponco's Golden Pills
l 01l FEUALES.
i •• ,r;n> !?■. enrrerttsc. rojrnicth’j:. nnd removing all
r ;ru<tM:.s A! tl r **iitual'rv perods ** from "wlut
• v. r r:-ust.” e:nl always successful 4« » preventative,
aii'i tin-or.lv purr Him n lUKic medicine over known
L-r n;. s. to peculiar to females. whether mar
r . (t - «r P- f rovii'.iT vi«o p»-t Hie geiintu- Pi’ls.
•' Marru«: L vviuW partimiv.r in o r ;e‘TVii;": ar
; r'« :V. oi ih- c;;n-< The Ingredients of the Pills
irrown to fvrir ajjp-it. ami tbov wUI inform
\ i"iii «• l*«l’** nr<- jicift'diy'liiirufia*. aud w:»l dOiil
vlsji.vii tor them.
I*rico, SI.OO per Itox,
■ General A£cuts.
Co'd In C'Mcr.ro Vy
* HMiTH i- street. 1
li ,-i S'iVTT,. It. dolph,‘twt. 1
IV D. Water Ptreet. :
r ri l.ru A- i H and *.’fi Market street. 1
.1 K< !MI!KU» , (.Mark street, !
»1 Randolph street. ;
1 .v i;. M ll 1 >oUF.R. VAYva UandoV.i *trm. !
A I*.VI«TiKN. I*3 W*»*t Imkc street. I
M. li.> >Mi.. comer of Clark and A Jams street. j
L*PIF»I JIV-Ctullng EITHER ofthC "above agent,** »
■ • ♦> revet,’i p « uicsr;o "J*o-J onlcc** caa have the 1
t'; - t i«-.'ji: i'*-t.tl.Vr; Vv mail. to any part of the 1
’■ ln-e <’l I
N, I.AMi s! P-c vprr ptirticnlar. Bny nothing j
•• Golden Till.*’ hereafter, ante-*you i
, -.1 J:;f : i- ui >. D. IJov.e oa er.aU hot. which j
• uc- m’v he -a ..<!dai. on account of the I’JiM having •
■ i DIMKU! J.111.D. fcc:-’*-u7W-*sm J
IMPORTANT TO FEMALES. i
A Dr Ct»fj-rn nn’« 1*11!*. !
1 ; «• •rul-Ir-fttiori r.f ii.pii.l'cnt'* Jit these Pi!!? arc the •
r< -:'t a l*sii" at.tl s.i»rtioe, Thcyare mild ,
:ti t tii I'HTMI.-n. and certain In correcting all Itcso- ■
I’dlnfi;! Mcn-trn;Ufir.*. removing ail ob»tr«c- \
• - v ' rli «;r from c-hd cr oliicrr-hc. headache. pain i
*.> r.t- m-Ic •Mi-u tit t •••heart. white*. Hi I nervous ‘
;i -.•f--- : •, J. , ivigve.rAnliithehavkandilaU-. ;
ui taila-d flecp. wi-ich ailsa from laterrapUou ol
ISR. < PILLS
tVa.f.-< c'iiii!iiri('r':i.i;!(il a new era In tlie treatment
• ' \ ■ 1-tCii; 1 i A rVIO.i* which have
• f; -c .-.-M IciavßtiMxTlT.Kf.KWE, NofcmMo
i : i uulc.f s»;c rtgnlar.tml wii’ju
■ m , i.'i .'h-T-urth.., uLc> pir.ee ll.e general health be
•.M.tdii.e ;
bH. rnr:FSK7iAS*s fills
~vr *■■*• »•.<■-; m.;.! n -'.cdr over known for all Com- ■
••.i- t- i ft ,ii:'.' i.i I i.:iA:.ts, *To all clawe* they are
WITH CIXTMXTT. PERIODICAL
; : n;vt • i itv. T I <iv n u-know n t-» thousand*. who lure j
•.-nit; <:; i :it niilnert period*, throughout the country. 1
n r of tome of Cic tuoel
j'i:v'n;;*r-s i.v AirmtcA. ;
i.’.j’j.u.:T».i)ir.n.TioNs* tTATivowrnrjrnrcr'novxi> ;
sm ni; i m.i>, wlf. • uru tlir Prjtcc t»,VE Doli.as
i" r. t .»x. cor.li.lnl-.t: from *u t«> »*l J'lll*. ]
fi ;.tl.\ i:i.;i;.j>r.-.ii!’Jv.hvic atttirstolheAgent 1
V- 1 •. -I:. ':. nr l>i;ro’nisr-oKNKr.M.i.Y.
t ■ • llu CM ;iftoat laji’.jfaclof’ej'rlce I"' LOTID ;
it.: u ; it. ajiiCi lyr
THE RE
'-^WORLa^^ X -^ t i
MAUI RESTORER
a D
ZYLGBALSAIViUM ?
OonviECing Testimony:
j;>v. i . a nri KUKi:.
.• Tr*-.-nrer American Illhle Fnlon. Xcw
r*. < it*.. tk: «; ”1 very chcerfn’iv »d l tnv
T'- ::: v i• • of iimn'Tnim Meads, lo'ttn* crca’i
Mr-.,5. A. Ail'D'F World’F Hair UeFiorcr
a / \ tm ‘.’-.imtim.**
, V.m*. ci'Tl I lt, New York City: **My hair Is
to it* natural color, and crowing on bald
r-I-.t,”
- .i. H.ror.NKU.. New York City: “1 procured
;; torn lelktlvc. The taping of tne lialr Ktopped.
hi-.l r<**ti>rert It from being grey to Ita natural tnd
brauilfitl color."
j;i v. .1. WEST. Itrootlyn. I*. I.t "I will testify to
their \ lo t ;, e lltirral set;«>‘. They have
lolnird uiy hair where It was bald. and. whore
•r« y. t<> !:•>’< rigioal color.**
i rv a ivj itsn-1: ito*toa. M»«.: “I have used
tli* in vlih jn ;•.* erect. Lan now neither nor
gicy. Miy hair wa< dry and brittle; It Is now soft
i.* - h Voi;Jh ”
V. Di;»IFN. Poston.>fs“.: “Thnt they pro-
P'-de Uie c r " vl'i of the hair where bildncr> K I
c the evidence of my own eyca."
fcoul by Dra'rui-U thtvngbout tbc 'World.
IMiIM irAL 'ALE* OFFICE.
.\c !(»$ (irocnivlrb ctrtrt. Sew York.
T ,f
Certificates
f.-'.’yt'tSe.-MWAr
fjoop Skirt fllauufartoni.
T iy'j,\v VOKK AXD ILLINOIS
Hoop Skid Muuutiictory. ! ;
And ln.;*ortc-r ami dealer in til kinds of . 1
French and German Corsets. | «
J i oiui N’orth
*1 CUICAOO. ILLINOIS, (
& |
1 -V. Hklrtarcpalrwi. altrri |
\ ‘ ’*°* Tea | ) !
i ondf fre;u 3 'eprfnsa! I
» t.i:Grf;;*»,xo m tprirps ladle*’„ ... . i
N. b.-Wc repair all skirt* whlc 1 wescil wll 'Out iej*
•-a tii Tne. i.rovidrd they are kept clean. Our sklrH ;
fcr-warrat.t.diobi.ofihclni-.taua'.lty. V.atvu Spring i
* t*-*'i vxrhjinpf-d If not saualkcturJ’. P*-’- 1
t' lJl to lo.dtuce. ;
notice to Wholesale Boyers, t
/, P wc r.arc been in thr» Ptlrt ba>*lne*« rincc the first J
’>• g) nil. i g «|f t.it and have branches of our!ioa»a i
; all the principal cities of the Unl-.n. as well as Lon- ■
..ua-andaaourLontitra Agent fumble* egour steel !
cl urtt cofi-thp? C'vlng our customers t*ie benefit of i
-.. it we Bhop.d ot.ierwt«e ray forcommlSAlons—wo *
-L.-f iinleto roll los«-i ..-.an nny other lunnufacluror ’
DJ lusil promptly to. J
TEiCEB, Proprietor for Chicago,
JCCW York Factory y. nowery,
.i.vtAi3s;-ly Chicago I'o.tomco !lox iVi
©nsttrs.
O”" YSTEUS! otstersT: i
romn Akntil Sale,
a No. 1 Baltimore Oyster* 45 rents per can, axe now ;
being received dallr at 110 Eandolnh etrcct, i
tF AR ANTED. '■
r oactry orders promptly attended to and at reduced i
kste*. HENRY S.kNBOKN.
V
TOO EELS. REFINED CAR
►, OIL. rnarantecd to test*l2S dorre**,
- OIL. fer HBlofn round
cu ? „
Banking ani) <E«l)ange.
CHICAGO CITY BONDS.—Wo
V_/ Mill pay
110 AND INTEREST
For any part of flflv thoniund Fidcaco city seven per
cent Bond*. C. PAUK-s & CO-llankcn,
Jien-zSOMm CVnicr Lake and Dearborn-sta.
LD. OLMSTED <fc CO.,
• Comer of Lake and LasMlc streets. Chicago.
Kffollalf Loans on Bond and Jlortjijf.
ITr-Xorc Iml first class real estate securities taken.
*v36 utZS-ly
iQNITED STATES REVENUE
STAVIPS.
All kinds of Revenue Stamps on liand
now, and for sale at *lso
TRADERS’ 33 NK,
Northwest comer of Clark and Lake streets.
jalyDcim
\\ KRCiI AXTS’SAVi XGS LOAS
Jj_L & TULST COMPANY",
CAPITAL $500,000.
UKNhV FaHXAM. Prcs’t. S.A. SMITH. Vlcc-Pres't.
L. J. GAGE. Caslilrr,
Tfcis* Institution will Discount Paper, boy and sell
KschHt.se m;d Coin, and n‘c«*lvc money on deposit,
paviidcrccttlirrcortwhcnlPlla epeclflra period* will
receive money Tor accumulation, when led lor a term
of years; ana receive and execute Tbvst from
Court*. Corporation*. Indlvidunl*aml
JEstntcK,
Office, corner of Lake and D'-arborn streets.
Dir.aCTORS;
,1. 11. Dunham, .lames Coodwta. Henry Parmua
John 11. roster, D. K. Holt, it. H.Mijjic.
J*. L. Yoe. VV. K.Do«gett. A. H. Harley.
F, IE. roo’ey. (*, 11. Me' ormfek. T. D. Gilbert.
a! Siiiiiu. ’ nUiT-nUIMy
J | DOOLITTLE, Banker ami
ItKALGR 11V BXCH.VNGB,
South 01nrlc£*freet,Chicti2°*Hl
f ?" I’articai.irLttcMion given to Collections.
1' >ANK'ot r AMKIIIUA^-Pnblic
y Notice is hereby glvt a. that all Blli# or Circalat
-1::? Note* of the
“BANK OK AHTF.sl*r.V,i>
Ilf retofore incorporated and doing tmsin&s fa thoclty
bi < l.icneo.miderjln-pcnci-jd nankin-laws of the state
of li!inoii». n on be printed forp vyiniMit to t’ae Audi
tor of I'nhlSr Accounts of said S».itc. at h:s offlee, la
tl.e eitv of SpiingiUM. within three vearft from the
dale hereof. or tbe fond* deposited for tbe redemption
of f>aid notes wul Lc given up U) said bank.
Dated Ibis 20lli day of May. A. D. Wl.
GKUKC.E SMITH. President.
K. IT. Wiixiim. Cashier. jyC£giktojel-04
KARMEKS
X AND MECHANICS SAVING’S WANK.
52 Clark Street, Chicago, 111,
o£:ce home from 10A.M.10 51*. M. Also, fro:usP.
XJ. to Sl’, M. Tuesday and Saturday.
INCORPORATED IN JSGI.
£ix per cent. Interest paid on Saving*.
plUKcrons and OPFICCCS.
President—S. 11. FLKKTWOop.
V'co-PrcsT—F. sukkmaV. Counsel—vjji. C. Gotror
Vlcc-I’rce’t-P.ILWi-bTFA u.. Cashier—Sfbh'Er Mvees
lIOASD or EXAMINES*.
d.C. Fargo, .1. M. Kountree. M. Lewis.
•T. li. June*! T. S. I'JilllijiS, ’ S. Hayus,
,J. IN:l;in. Brewer. Kcv.D.l)Utine.VG.i:. S. Uoie.
K. H. Williams. .1. (1. ciatltJc, A.it. Barley,
Kd. T. 11. !kt-»»e, W, !». ScatM.
if. N. msljop.l>.D.,T). A. Case. iiott. Ogden.
,1. 31, W.,tones, >V. K. Hoggolt.
yAA VT.EC K, Ji TUCKEIj"
4 Broad Street, New York,
BARKERS AMD DEALERS
-IN—
Government SeeorllSes, imcrltaa Cold, Domes
lifdtnl foreign tarhange.
J.T.TAJf TLKCK. rnuU-f574-Cm( 11. A.TPC'IKB.
j> A K K ilTcTuoTjS ¥~O F
CHAPIN, AVUEEXER 4c CO.,
Corner of Lake and Laealle fits., Chicago, 111.,
Transacts a
G-eneral Banking Business
11. CHAPIN, President.
M. D, Ucchawas. Cashier.
11. Chapin. South Bend iiratidi, -Tolm U. Howe, Lima
Branch. hank of the Mate of Indiana; A. B. .Indsoo.
lllbliiiTHLM. Hal.; c. T. WlicvltT. Chicago. 111.; Tolmau
Wheeler, do.; Hiram Wheeler.do. inlrW n'i'iS ly
iQAVENPdRT.ULLMANX'* Co
BAKEEES AND DEAIEE3 IK EXCHANGE,
HANK NOTES. GOLD. SILVER. *O.,
anlS'Cii ly itciark st.. HI.
J.
DIiEXEL & CO.,
Bankers and Brokers,
42 South Clark Street, Chicago, 111,
DEALERS IX
; DOMESTIC aKD FOREIGN EXCHANGE,
j Stocks. Hunk Xoh-a. Land Warrants. Specie, &C..&C.
iJcpobitß received. Collections promptly made.
1 Draft* oa Ireland, trance aud Germany, for tale la
j sums to suit
1 draw ox
j HEAD, DUCXKL &. Co., New York. ''
| BRGXEIt & Co., Philadelphia. *
1 _ ni T n| lW-ly t
; r jX IK DAXjr OF .lIOXTUEAL, \
j HAVING EPTABIJSH j;D AS [ *1
! AGEMCY AT CHICAGO,I I
! Ig prepared to do a General Banking p>uiiucs*. Buying I j
• and telling j |
! Eastern and Sterling Exchange, I,*1,*
; i \
. Discounting riIuDL’CE HILLS based on shipments. , j
: making ; j
ADVANCES ON STORAGE RECEIPTS, \
Re-payable In CHICAGO. or atother points, Receiving ' r
■ Dej-osits and Collecting Commercial Paper. * .
I cli'lS K. W. TV ILL MID. Agent. ’
Q. XL 21 AX , SO X & C 0., : {
BANKERS, i J
47 Exchange Place, New York. 1
Particular attention devoted to Western hastnc-W. .
IViiktekn llkfkrfncks. —Chapin. Wheeler £ Co., '
Chicago. III.: Wisconsin Murine and Fire Insurance ' 8
j \o. Lank. Milwaukee; Mato (tank or lowa and | 1
; pranchts; ?ui«.c Savings Association. St. Louis. \
mhiyicijiy . |
1 Business (Garbs. : 1
; PXOCH WOODS, :
■ X-* (Buccrxajr toCUAS. A. EATON.) : 1
\ ISO LAKE STREET,
PKxLUB IX I
: Guos, Sportinc Apparatus*' Flsliiug ,
Tackle, PintolH, Itowio Knives,
AMD MILITARY GOODS, j
1 Powder mid &hot, j
AT WHOLESALE AND’ BET AIL. ;
ap*2-u®(H ly
/'OBOTiN j
: V AMKP.ICAN and KORKION
PATENT LAWVWtS & SOLICITORS, !
Ofllce, No. 11 Lnrmon Block, Chicago. HI. I
Olllces cstaMl-hvd at Washington. D. C.. In IWj. ,
“ •* London. England. In ISfiO. ;
** •' Paris. France. In IW.
•- ** Vienna. Austria, la 1361. ,j
circulars containing full Infraction* to Inventors
«nt grali« on application. :
, ryr-Weforn Inventor* will please address us at
Chicago. Po.t Olllce Box 4*43. Jal3 li 3 Im
\\M. LAXGlOVliolosuleand IX e
» » tall dealer In Fresh and Salt Meats. Beef and
Pork by the Barrel.
515 STATE STREET, Chicago.
Post OltlCO Box 11*3.
; Steamboat*. Propellers and Vessels furnished at the
►liortcst notice, and on reasonable terms. JaS-yim-im
' PEXSIOX,
I BOUNTY ANDCLAIM AGENCY.—Prize moony t
r and all claim-* growing out of the war copent'-d. No
eh urge for advloc. Address, with stamp. ISAAC It.
» HITT* t o..No.ESDcarhornstreet.Chicago.lll,
1 , JalO-jHTJ-lm .
trussing,
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
j '
c . O Lnnnon ISlocle. 01iicaf»o, Illinois.
Loans negotiated on real estate security. Jyt-sAtMy
J AVAR CLAIM OFFICE OF
T » LEAVITT A wmr.IIT, Attorneys at Law.
. All kinds of Claims promptly collecb-d. Pensions
t . ami Bounty obtained; Treasurers* Warrants promptly
collected and t!ic money remitted. Fees $1.50. Dis
charged Soldiers* par collected. Foes SI.W. PI
i Addn-a-LKAVII'T £ WRIGHT, Chicago. 18. Office V{
" S Clark street. Jal htTMy
T s. Kink’ & co., £
. * Ol
( ; SOAP AM) CAXULE MIXmCTFREUS, pi
\ And dealers in Rosin. Soda Asb.Tallow. Tallow OH.&C
r : IS & 20 River Street, Chicago* j]
» tl
* financial. [;
PITTSBURGH, FT.’ WAYNE & f t
X CHICAGO RAILWAY COMPANY. JJ
OFF!' K
Pi'tpburgh. l*a., .January 2llb, I- s **.. ; * •
thr Stork and Bondholder# **
. of this Con prnv fbftite election of Directors and such o
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; Fourth Wednesday of February, A. D. 1863. t!
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! trati'fcraecncv In thccuv of New York, will be ;b.aod ;
on the K'tl; dav «*f February, and remain closed until , •*
; the 36th cl Pebrnarv there sficr. • r
•f. :t-r»‘.s2 td _ IV. 11. PAUNIia. Secretary. |
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Qlljicago tribune*
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY C, 18g*.
SPEEtH OF €oNsßttVilllVE.
Shall Black Kea be Allaned fo
FigLi (lie Rebels?
EScms*«*St,« of 'IKon. W. .tielice
Zluuii, or Indiana,
Washington*, Jail. n0,1863,
The oticrlion before the House of Repre*
seatiitivcs uas the bill to authorize the Presi-
Uet to enlirt IrOO rcglr.:trits of conlrab.mJ>.
und officer them with white men, to aid the
Government in putting down the rebellion.
Cox of Ohio (Copperhead), aad Wiekliffc of
Kentucky (Secessionist), *pokc against the
bill. Mr. Daim (Conservative) of Indiana
lock the Hour, and eald:
Mr. Speaker: I am very glad that the gen
tUm.iulrom Kentucky "[Sir. Wickllffe] his
h:.d full freedom of dchateu«»on this occasion.
He seems lo be a lingering relic of that dy
nasty which for so long a period tyrannized
over this country.
The gentleman ascribes to me a sentiment
which I never entertained, and never express
ed—that I laid abandoned my £Uih iu the
ability of the white men of the North to
cruslfout this rebellion.
When tin.-* rebellion broke out there was no
man in this House more averse than I was to
the employment of negroes in this war. I
thought there was a loyal sentiment iu the
hearts of the win c people at the South which
would develop itself during the progress oi
this war, and make i self efficient in sustaia-
lug the power of this Government in every
Slate of the Union. In this 1 have been dis-
appointed as to the white men; bat I have
madeum-liitr discovery. I liud that there is
in all tho-c rebellions Stales a large popula
tion ■which,although their skiua may be dark,
yet have heart* in sympathy with my Govern
ment in this struggle.. And if they are wil
ling to brave the perils of war in defense of
the nation, if they are willing to risk their
lives in lids war. In which they have so deep
an interest, 1 see no reason why thev should
not lake part with ns hi earryimr it on.
The gentleman puts u ea>e, and I wish to
call Lin; attention of the House to it. The
gentleman said tha‘ if a black captain should
be takeii prisoner we would wirii to exchange
him lor a white rebel captain; and he speaks
as if that would he a great outrage upon the
rights of the white population. Sir, I be
lieve that a black'man, private or officer, who
fights for my country, is better than a traitor
to my country, though the traitor's Anglo-
Saxon skin may be so white and so thin that:
you limy see through it the veins of his face.
I s« e no reason why we may not place the
man who lights for the country, not only
upon the same platform, and claim forhim a
position as the equal, but as the superior of
the man who flgliUagamsi, my country.
I wouhl suppose, from the remarks’of the
gentleman from Kentucky, that he would
deem it an especial misfortune if a rebel
should be shot by' a black man I should
think, from his argument, that if his own sou
were lighting In this war, he would rather
that he should be shot down by a white trai
tor than for his life to be saved by a black
man. Xow, .Mr. Speaker, I haven eon in this
•war; he is lighting on the right side, sir, and
I would rather Unit his life should be saved
by a true and loyal black man than that he
should p« down to the grave beneath the
stroke of a white traitor.
The gentleman, as I understood him, pro*
posed to introduce a resolution to inquire
into the conduct of Gen. Butler at New
Orleans. I hope when he does that he will
also extend his Inquiry into the conduct of
(icnernl -Jackson at New Orleans. Did he not
lead black men there, aud did he not, by their
assistance, win a victory which has made his
name immortal, and did he not thank theta
in Lis public orders for their excellent con*
duct on that occasion? Sir, when you attack
the conduct of Gen. Butler ns to organizing
and arming negro t roups, you mast go back
and attack also the memory of the hero of
the battle of New Orleans of Isl4.
Jlk. WicKUFi E— Will the gentleman allow
me to say a word H
Mi:. I>lxx.—No, sir. I decline to yield. I
understand that (Jen. Jackson and Ins white
volunteers in arms fought side by side at the
bailie of New Orleans with black men, not in
tlu same companies, perhaps, but on the tame
field. And, .-ir, wo know tlui' Commodore
I'crry won his most brilliant victory on Lake
Erie by the help of black sailors. tVc know,
too, licit in the revolutionary war black men
were used also to light on oitr side, and that
they were used alao to light on the British
tide when they could be induced to espouse
tiie cause of our enemies. We have the te?i
luony of Commodore Stringham as to the
.value of black men in the naval service, and
bis judgment that it is proper to employ
them iu such service. You will recollect
also the statement of the gentleman from
Pennsylvania (Mr. Steven*) as to the testi
mony'*of Capt. Wocdhull In respect to the
l>bc*k men under his command, commanding
them for Hie spirit with which they handled
the guns, and for the bravery and gallantry
which tln-y displayed in battle. We know,
too, that the rebels use this class of persons
In every way lor accomplishing their purposes
in this rebellion; and when they cannot ob
tain their services voluntarily they force them,
ns they did nt Yorktown, totakc a iront place
on the ramparts.
Now, sir, I have another object in the em-
ployment oftherc uk.ii, and 1 am willing here
to avow it. It is this: we have not only to I
conquer this rebel coninry, hnt we have to I
hold it after it Is conquered. We have for a j
time to hold it by force of arms; and the |
question arises whether we shalUcnd ournicn •
of the North there to }>erieli in Southern ;
swamps and sickly localities, or whether we i
shall make use of that population which,
from their peculiar physical adaptation, can !
brave the malaria of that climate like alliga- !
tore? If they an ignorant of the ns»‘ofnrm«, •
lostinet them in licit use. Teach their “hands j
to war, ami their lingers to fight.’’ Arc they-1
to brutalized that they will nut light for their {
own liberty ? Shall we receive them and edit- j
cato them to arms for this purpose, orshall we
send our own sons there ?
But the'gentleman says that the employ- ;
ment of tlic.-c people -will turn thislalo*aj
barbarous war. Why, sir, is it possible Unit !
these people, who for generations have been i
und* r the humanizing, civilizing, christianiz
ing inllucncc of slavery, arc still such barba- I
rums that we cannot safely put arms in their |
hands (laughter] without the commission hv j
them of barbarous outrages upon their bene
ficent master?*' What has become of the 1
christianizing Influence of slavery? j
No. sir; put anus In the hand? of these i
men, and let them, it they will, shoot down i
the rebels, who would shoot down our bro- ]
there, our sons, and our friends. If you do I
not choose to have your son aided by such i
means, Ido choose to have mine. My eon ■
was in the b;dllc of Vicksburg, and there, 1
understand, black men, forced perhaps by
their masters to take up anus against the
cause they lore, fought in the nnik£ of our
enemies. Gentlemen rise hero and denounce
us because we propose to secure every means
we con to bring this war to a successful ter
mination. Winn if white men can put down
this rebellion? Shall we not spare this pre
cious white blood if we can find black men in
the South who have a two fold inducement to
take part in this contest? Do you hold the
white man of the North at a lower price than
the market value of your slaves? Their
blood, the blood of our soldiers now in the
field, is dear to our hearts. It is above price.
We cannot c-timate its value by all the trea
sures of earth.
Now, sir, shall we hesitate in this matter*?
We do not hesitate to fire into the forts of
the South. We do not hesitate to destroy
their ships, and all of their property which
may be used against ns in this war.' We do
not hesitate to strike down white men In
arms against us. But we must protect slave
property, as It is more precious than the
blood of our kindred and friends. Is this
property, as it is called, to be held as more
precious than the blood which courses in the
veins of the noble sons of the North ?
The gentleman said—and it is a statement |
frequently made by him — that the money J
which should have been paid to our soldiers, ,
or expended for their benefit, has been cm- \
ployed in feeding and clothing idle and lazy ‘
contratamds. I tried at the time to correct,
him. It is but a few days since Unit General |
Meigs, the Quartermaster General, told me ;
that Mich was not the case. He authorized ;
me to say so. Negroes are employed as I
hamsters” and otherwise, and from •
their pay the Government deduct s j
a part which goes to support tho?e i
in the contraband camps. He told me also j
that they want more negro laborers than they ;
can get* hen*. The navy wants them. The J
navy lias applied to him for them to serve on j
our ships-of-war and other vessels as Steve- t
dorcs, and for other service, but he cannot \
ftirni?!) them.
The gentleman said that the rebels had shot
the negro prisoners taken down ‘South. Cer
tainly they have. But these negroes, I sup
josci in his estimation, are not men? They
arc not. human beings? They have not the
rights of humanity ? When the blacks espouse
cause, to help us fight our battles, and
j when they are taken prisoners, they
| are not to tie treated as prisioners of war. I
I want to know whether that is the treatment
j to which they arc to continue lobe subjected?
| 1 trust that it will never be submitted to. Let
i us demand that every man who fights for onr
1 cause shall be treated as a soldier, no matter
I whether his skin be white or black, whether
i he be a freeman or a slave. That is ouc rea
son why 1 am willing to juss this bill in the
form dc?ircd bv the President of the United
States, so that he shall have no embarrassment
when colored men sire enlisted as soldiers,
and the other side undertake to treat them
contrary to the usages of war, then should
they shoot down the blacky soldiers, we will
make wliitc traitors an?weriu bloodforblyod.
Problem lor Sccesh Sympathi-
ser*.
We hear a good deal of howling from sccosh
sympatlzers on both sides of the Alantic,
about our gigantic war expenses. They are
large, that’s a fact; and will prove burden
some to our people. But we beg of these
Copperheads to scan closely the report, just
made, of the scccsh Secretary of the Treas
ury, Mr. Memmiuger, and give us their Im
pression of that document. We will, to aid
them, reproduce a few figures from that docu
ment:
The rebel debt in December last was $556,105,000
The rebels require between now and
July J, 1563 337,950,000
Making n tot-d of.
The Federal debt and expenses up to t-be
same time will be $1,100,000,000. It will
therefore be saen that while the war up to
JnTyl, IRC3, will have cost us $1,100,000,000,
it ■will i- eo-t till* relief, for the same time,
#914,0 o,t(C iu proportion etaiuUngas»»i«r
(o c ''■>(, while tlicir population stands as ten
to including flare and free. For
Iliie fiiorjio ne expuitc, too, we have some
tiling to slio'i'—the finest navy in the world,
arms, ammunition, Mores, clothing, etc, —
while the rebel* hive literally nothing. Rela
tive to Ibis matter, the Philadelphia Inquirer
emphatically remarks:
If, then, with our twofold ami n.pidJy in
crc:‘.-i;.g number?, our bread expanse of rich
public lands, our untiring industry, our pro
veibial enter prhe and thrift, our fresh vital
ily and elastic energies, if with all these great
advantages in our favor, there Is any rvol
came for fear that our debt willhearusdo.wn,
how is it wo hear of no such fears in sc-eesli
circles, either on this or on the other side nf
the Atlantic, touching the Alba load of In
debtedness on the backs oft he rebels ? If we
shall stagger beneath our burden, they must
inevitably" be sunk into a bottomless slough of
bankruptcy, and repudiation by theirs. Yet
we do not find in the Anglo-Rebel press any
nproachcs of our “misguided’ Southern
Ir- tDrcn" for their boundless and reckless ex
penditures beyond any possible ability to pay.
Kor do we hear of such reproofs among sym
pathizers here. 'Why Is this ? Is such palpable
cant the m>ult of that blind prejudice that
will see but one side ol a great conflict; oris
it because the champions of the rebellion re
gard ourdebtas obligations tliatrritf 0c paid ,
while lhey see in Mcmminger's scrip but so
many false promises never intended to be re
deemed ?
GKWWOI.I) COLLEGE, DA-
TE.TPOKT, IO HA.
Semi-Annual Examinations,
We publish below (he letter of our corres
pondent, referring to the recent cemi-annual
examinations at Griswold College. We arc
happy to learn Unit the debt which has en
cumbered, to some extent, the operations of
this institution since its establishment, Ins
been very greatly reduced within the past six
months, and that the College Is now in a
highly prosperous condition. To he indefat
igable labors of good Bishop Lee are due this
improved condition of affairs.
Davenport, lowa, Feb. 5.180-7.
Editors Chicago Tribute;
Inn; here for the purpose of attending the
semi-annual examinations of Griswold’Col- ;
lege, under the immediate supervision of the ■
Kl- Hcv. \V. Lie, D. 1)., Bishop of the Epis
copal Church in lowa. Thi- institution has
been going on in the even tenor of its way for
two years or more. There arc three depirt
incnu—ft theological, collegiate, and a pre
paratory or grammar school.
The examinations in each of these depart
ments Lave just concluded. They have
been of a highly interesting character in all
respects, creditable alike to the able Prof-’S
surs aiidalftO to the students. The classes in
the higher mathematics, and the classes in
the collegiate department would have been
pronounced capital in any* Institution of our
land. The students of the grammar school
:drO evinced a thorough knowledge of the
studies in which they were examined.
Professor Sheldon*, who is at the head of
this department, is an experienced and skill
ful teacher, and a most thorough and parental
dircipUiiariau.
J predict for Griswold College a most pros
perous carter. Oiic thing was clearly shown
by the examination*, that parents who wish
to give their sons a liberal education, under
the best of moral influences, do not need to
send their sons to Eastern Colleges for this
purpose. I know of no in-titutiou to which
I would Eouiierecud a son of my own.
Chicago.
FBo.li POUT
IZcconnolßMincc to Port Hudson by
the Guntiout E**e;x—Aii “Internal
iUachliii*”-An«tbor Gunboat and.
Crew Saved by Negroes.
On Sunday last, the IStbinst., the gunboat
Eases made a reconnoissanec to Port Hud
eon, going within range of the enemy's bat
teries, but failing to draw their fire. Per
haps tlm rebels are too much disgusted with
the Essex to waste powder by throwing shell
at her, which never succeed lu doing her anv
damage.
Reports have been received to the effect
that the rebels had constructed infernal ma
chines, or torpedoes, by which they were to
blow the Essex out of water the next lime
she went up. This news was brought by con
trabands who slated that not less than twen
ty had been prepared. One negro, with a
look of grave alarm, warned the Captain of
hi? danger as follows:
•‘Cap'n you’d belter be skecrcd at them
fellers up there. They?c put fourteen ob dem
are pictorial? in do ribber.”
■Well, when the Essex was' near the first
water battery, the Captain observed some
thing f-oatiug in the water, which looked like
an old barrel, aud be immediately sent out an
officer and boat’s crew to examine it. The
Lieutenant discovered a wire running to the,
shore, and commenced pulling at it. It finally
occurred lo Idm that this might not be safe,
and so he cut the wire with his cutlass. He
found that it was connected with the barrel,
and that under this very barrel was the veri
table infernal machine he was looking for.
It was raked oul of the water ana put on
bouid the Essex, when an examination showed
that the thing contained ul least a barrel of
powder, and that it was intended to be explo
ded by pulling the wire. It was supposed
that the vessel running over the wire would
explode it, or. if not, it could be fired by mill
ing the wire at the end on the shore. This
wire was attached to a cork, and to the cork
was attached another wire, running into the
powder, and to pull out this cork was to set
lire to the machine.
The torpedo was shaped like a demijohn,
ami was completely concealed by the barrel
attached to Its top.
It was brought down to Baton Kongo, and
on Monday last taken ashore and placed on
the west ride ol the levee. A strong rope was
then fastened to the cork and thrown over tho
ioveo. A matt then pulled the rope with a
jerk, w hen the torpedo went off with a fright
ful explosion, tearing up the lovee and mak
ing a hole In the ground more than twenty
fed in extent. This was a sulfieient demon
stration of its power to blow any ship clean
out of water, If it had been tired at the right
time and spot.
TOUT HUDSON*.
The reported obstructions in the channel
east of Profit Island will amount to little or
nothing. The current in the river U verv
swift in the vicinity of Fort Hudson, and it Is
well nigh impossible to construct any perma
nent obstructions. The Island is Very low,
and when the river is at Us height U nearly all
submerged. The most that the rebels could
accomplish would be to run light, artillery
over with which to annoy the approaching
gunboats.
Two or three day# since our pickets brought
In a Corporal and two privatesof the nth Lou
isiana battalion, who had been sent from Clin
ton to arrest deserters near our lines. The
Corporal and his •omrades thought it was a
favorable opportunity to get home, and so
came within the line# and were taken prison
ere. They stale that large bodies of troops
are moving from Camp Moore, Mississippi, to
Port Hudson, and that the rebel force at the
latter place has been materially Increased
within the last few days. It is suspected,
however, that these prisoners were sent in on
purpose to spread false and exaggerated re
ports of the rebel strength at Port Hudson.
There are only fourteen now actually
mounted on the river at Port Hudson, and
five more are ready to be mounted. There is
u great difference of opinion among the ©Ul
cer# of the navy in relation to the strength of
the place. One will tell you that Commodore
Farragut’s licet eould settle the question with
the river batteries in half an hour without
j.ny trouble, and another will tell you that
Port Hudson is as strong as Vicksburg.
The Itlnrlno Artillery,
Editors Chicago Tribune:
AH who are Interested In the so-called Marine
Artillery, have doubtless watched with eager anx
iety the action of the Legislature of this State. in
relation to procuring the return to their homos of
the men enlisted therein. If such action shall in
duce the authorities al Washington to execute
their own order issued neatly two months ago,
there will be cause for rejoicing throughout the
State, and much praiscwill be due to the Legisla
ture. andparlkuhirly to Hon. L. M. Haines*, mem
ber from Lake county, w ho brought the matter be
fore the House.
it might not appear to persona who hare not in- {
vcftigateil this matter, and who do not know the I
ftate'iu which it now is. that necessity for suchae- f
tlon exists. To such, a brief history’of the affair j
may ho of importance. During Gov. Yates* visit I
to the city of Chicago, about the time of the last j
election, hia attention was called to this Marine
Artillety swindle hy two of the persons |
who wore upon 'the late Committee i
of Investigation. They placed in his hand? I
letters endpapers, setting :ortl\ the condition of i
things on Itoaiiokc Island, and Implored him in ]
the name of humanity and the commonwealth of I
Illinois to obtain redress forthegrlevancvs therein :
►ct forth. Ho laid the papers before the proper an- 1
thoritics in Washington, hut in the absence of I
necessary proof he failed in his efforts for relief. [
A mectirgof citizens was then called in Chicago. J
a Committee appointed, the case thoroughly in- i
vestlgated. ana a memorial to the Presideutof the
United States.togetherwithamassof testimony. I
was laid before the War Departme»t.and Mr.Baines
was appointed hr the Governor of Illinois for that
pnrpo»-.*. Mr. Haines succeeded in obtaining an
order for thediechargc of the Marine Artillery and
transportation to Chicago. Wra.H.Van Epps.of
Dixon, was then appointed by the Governor a
Commissioner to proceed to Newborn, to take
charge of the men and bring them home. Mr. Van
Epps went to Newborn, and after several vainen
dervors to see the Major General commanding the
Department, was obliged to return to Washington
without accomplishing his object. He then made
a written statement to fhe Adjutant General of his
failure in procuring ihe release of the men. Fail
ing to receive any notice even here, he returned
borne, andiuade a report to the Governor, which has
1 cen ordered printed by the Legislature. The Gov
ernor has since repeatedly urged the Government
at Washington to enforce itsotrn order forthe dis
charge of these men, hut bisdemands appear to be
unheeded. After these repeated failures to obtain
redrew. a resolution nae offered in the House,
asking that a simple act of justice and humanity
I be done to onr feilow-cltizens in distress: which
rcsolctieuwasrcfcrredio a special committee of
three, Mr.llaims being Chairman. That commit
tee reported to the House on Fridar last a series
i of resoUitiouKinslruciingtheGovcrnortodemand
| the return of these men within twenty days from
the issue of the order, and that he be requested
to appoint one or more agenU to carry oat the or
j der. and should the order not be complied with,
to report to the Legislature. These resolutions
passed with but one dissenting vote. We see that
an effort isbeingmacie to make a political ipiet.-
tion of this whole matter, and abuse is heaped
npcnllr.llaincsforthecoarac he hastaken. He
1 Is denounced as a traitor to his party, and charged
with courting the Democrats for votes on pH
•measures—w Inch is false.
Thiaeforttomake the Marine Artillery swindle
a political tinettloa will utterly fail, and those who
endeavor to fasten on Mr. Baines anyotherthau
honorable and humane motives will meet with the
deserts always in store for those who misrepresent
facts.
We do not see that this action of the Legisla
ture can be made a precedent for calling home oth
er regiments, as it does not ask for the release of
soldiers f.om duty, but simply for the return home
of men already ordered mustered oat on the ground
of fraudulent enlistment.
.$914,031,000
tjclmbolb’s CErtract Butljn.
JJELMBOLD’S
GENUINE
PBEPABATION.
COMPOUND FLUID
EXTRACT BUCHU,
A positive andapecidc
remedy
DISEASES OF THE
BLADDER,
AND
DROPSICAL. SWELUNCS.
This Medicine increases the power of Digestion, and
excites the Absorbents Into healthy action, by
which the Watery or Calcerous depositions,
and all unnatural Enlargements are re
duced. as well as Tola and Inflam
mation.
EtELMDOLD’S
EYTRAGT BUCHU
Hascnred every case of DIABETES la which it has
been glvea
Irritation of tlic Neck, of t!io Bladder,
and. Inflammation of tlic Kldneya.
For these diseases it Is Indeed a sovereign remedy,
and too much cannot be said in its praise. A single
dose has been known to relieve the most argon t symp
toms.
RELHXBOLD’S
EXTRACT BUCHU,
Ulceration of the Kidneys and Blad
der, Retention of Urine, Dlscascx
ol'llic Profitrato Gland, Stone lu
the Bladder, Calculus, Grav
el, Xlrickdu&t Deposit,
Enfeebled and Relicato Constitutions,
ARISING Fl&OIQ EXCESSES,
Cr Habits of Dissipation,
Attended with the following symptoms:
Indisposition to Exertion, Loss of Power,
Loss of Memory. Ditficalty of Breathing,
Weak Nerves. Trembling.
Horror Disease. Wakefulness.
Dimness of Vision. Pain In the Back.
Hoi Hands. Flushing of the Body,
Dryness of the Skin, Eruptions of the Face,
PALLID COUNTENANCE.
Universal Lassitude of the Muscular System.
These avroptoms, If allowed to go on. (which this
Mtdlclne invariably removes.; are frequently followed
by those " direful luseasca."
INSANITY AND CONSUMPTION.
Manv are aware of the cause of their suffering, but
none will confess. The records of the Insane Asylums
and the melancholy deaths by Consumption, bear am
ple witness to the truth of the assertion.
Tito Confutation once Affected With
Organic AVeakness,
P.cquircp the aid of Medicine to strengthen and Invigo
rate the System, which HELM HOLD'S EXTRACT
UUCHU invariably does. A tiial will convince the
most skeptical.
FEMALES! FEMALES 1
IN MANY AFFECTIONS PECULIAR TO FE
MALES. the Extract Buchu is nnnunaled by any
other remedy, a-* In Chloro»U or Retention. Irregular-
Uy. PalnPilness or Suppression of Customary Evacua
tion*. Ulcerated or Schlrrons *>tnteoftbe Uterus, and
for all complaints Incident to the sex.
Or lu tUo BotUiio or Change of Life!
BEE SYMPTOMS ABOVE.
No Family Should Bo Without It I
HELKBOLD’S
EXTRACT BUCHU
THE GREAT DIDIKETIC
BLOOD PURIFIER.
HELMBOLD'S
EXTHACT BUCHU
CURES ALL DISEASES
Habit* of X>l«Rlpation, Excesses, and
Imprudences In Lire,
L'IPUIUTIES OF THE BLOOD. &c.
And it Is certain to have the desired effect In Diseases
for which It Is recommended.
E'VIXDEHSTCE
RESPONSIBLE ‘AND RELIABLE CHARACTER
Will accompany the Medicine.
"PHYSICIANS" PLEASE NOTICE,
“ We Hake no ‘secret’ of Ingredients.”
HELMBOLD’S
EXTRACT BU€HU
l® composed of Buchit Cnbebs, Jatiniper Berries. se
lectcd with great euro bv a competent Druggist. Pre
pared in vai'U. bv 11. T. HELMUOLD, Practical and
Analytical Chemist, and sole manufacturer of
HEL&iBOLD’S
GENUINE PREPARATIONS
Personalty appeared before ms, an Alderman of the
city of Philadelphia. H. T. IIELMBOLD. who being
dnlv sworn, doth say tils prepartlon® contain no nar
cotic, no mercury', or other Injurious drags,but are
purely vegetable, 11. T. HELMBOLD.
Sworn and subscribed before me thlsJMdayof No
v-,.u:bcr, ISM. IV. P. llibuvKD. Aldcnnsu,
Ninth street, above Race, Philadelphia,
PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE,
OR SIX FOE FIVE DOLLARS.
Delivered to any address, securely packed from ob
servation.
Address letters for Information.
H. T. HELMBOLD, Chemist,
DEPOT,
104 South Tenth Street,
PHILADELPHIA.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS AND
UNPRINCIPLED DEALERS,
Dispose ot "their own" and "other" articles on the
reputation attained by
helbkbold’s
GENUINE PREPARATIONS!
IIELSIBOID*S
GENUINE EXTRACT BUCHU,
IIELHEOLD'S
GENUINE EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA;
HEUIEOLD-S
GESCIAX IMPROVED BOSE-WASH.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS,
Ast fox* UelJ3xbold.-s.
jy Cut out the advertisement and send for
The Trade supplied by. and all orders shonid be ad-
LORD & SMITH,
y. TtciwxiDKß,
B. P. Davidson,
Wa. TtUdJiarußT.
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
KIDNEYS,
GRAVEL,
ASD FOR
OF BOTH SEXES.
OF TUB MOST
AI^ITID^VVTT.
(Below CLcstnnt.)
WHO ENDEAVOR TO
EVERYWHERE.
TAKE NO OTHER!
dressed te
»L*ko street. Chicago
filnskal Instruments, Etc.
A RMT MUSICAL BOXES!
-la. a cxAtmm, pantos ornament.
A CHEERFUL COMPANION FOR THE SOLDIER.
Richly ornamented, and perfoflhlng all the poular Airs
of the day. Cannot nt out of order.
PRICES:
Size No. 1. per half dozen. as*irted |3f1.00
Size No. 2. per half dozen, assorted t*.oo
Fite No. 3. per half dozen, assorted 51.00
Sample*, comprising two of each bind, assorted.. -tiOO
To Sutlers xsb Othxb Dealers— When a dozen or
more are ordered.a discounter 10 percent will bo
trade. Not sold In quantities of le.w than civ Will he
sent by Express, with bill for collection. Persons or
dering in till* manner must remit one-quarter of the
bin as a guarantee that tnc goods will he paid for or
deposit the whole amount with the Express Agent
tending a cortldcatc of the same. The«e rales win not
be deviated from under an? circumstances. Order ex
plicitly. SAMUEL F. SCHAFFER ft CO.,
Corner Broadway and Malden Lane.
JaU-rTI-lm New York.
j?IKST PREMIUM,
GOLD JIGDAL.
PIANO FORTES
For sale and to rent, at
99 South Clark street.
JULIUS BAUER, Importer of Musical Instruments.
JaP-yISMm
jy£USICAL INSTRUMENTS.
JULIUUS BAUER,
MAN FFACmiKi’. OF
DRUMS AND BRASS
Instruments,
00 SOOTH CXARH STUEET.
Manufacturer and Importer of Musical Instnrneats
and string*. Having connection with manufacturing
houses in Berlin. Leipslc. Dresden, knglaud and Paris.
Is prepared to furnish Dealers, Bauds and Individuals
with every article In their line
Lowest New York Prices.
Post Office Pox SIM, oclf> d3My
pPJNCE & CO’S '
IMPROVED
JttJEJLOJPJEOJVS,
WARRANTED FOE FIVE YEAES.
The oldcsteitabUphnienttn the United State*, employ
ing 200 men. and finishing SO Instrument* per week.
Manufactory, corner of Maryland Sc. Niagara sts.,
BUFFALO, N. Y.
WHOLESALE DEPOTS
87 FULTON* STREET.
43 LAKE STREET....
WHOLESALE AGEXTS.
Henry Tolman * Co.
W.F. Colburn
Calmer & Weber....
James Beliak
A. Coupe
Ph.P. Wcrleln
A. & S. Kordhclmor.
Persons unacquainted with the MeloJeon and its
history, will bear In mind that we are the pioneer* aad
leading manufacturer*, not only in the united State*,
but In the world. Wc commenced the manufacture of
Mclodeonein the fall ofthe Tear 1347, anil since that
time hare flnUhed and sold TWENTY-SEVEN THOU
SAND. These IniltomeuU are now la use mostly la
the United States and Canada, but aLo In Europe,
Asia, Africa. South America, and the West Indie*, and
from all these quarters we have the mo>t fluttering tes
timonials of the high estimation In which thevareheld.
At all Industrial KxiilbitlooH they
have Invariably bcou awarded the
Highest Premium whenever oxiUbitcd
In competition with others.
We shall take pleasure la forwarding bv mall fat our
own expense) our Illnstratcd catalogue, hi which every
Instrument we manufacture Is fully described. ani
Illustrated by elegant engravings.
All Motodcons of our manufacture, either cold by us
Or dealer* In any part of the United Stales or Canada,
are warrau'-d to be perfect In every respect, and
should any repairs be necessary before the expiration
of five years irora dale of sale, we hold ourselves ready
and willing to make the same free of charge. provided
the injury is not caused by arddent or design.
Agents for the »ale of our Meludcons mavbe found
in ail the principal towns of the United States and
Canada.
Address cither
GEO. A. PSHTCE & CO., Buffalo, H, Y.
GEO. A. PEIRCE & CO., 87 Fulton st., IT, Y
GEO. A. PBIKCE & CO., 43 Lake st., Chicago
Or cither of the above wholesale agents, apld-3104
furs.
pi r KS, FURS, FURS.
IGNATZ HERZOG,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DE.VLTS AND MAXCFAO
TTKEB OF
Ilsxts,, Oivps axicl JFixrs*
152 LAKE STREET.
My assortment la the before named articles cannot
be surpassed in the West. Through my facilities in
purchasing and manufacturing. I am enabled to sell at
lower prices than any house in the city. Call and ex
amine my goods before purchasing elsewhere.
J 6 IGNATZ HERZOG.
P. O. Box SS93. 153 Lake street. Chicago. 111.
Highest market price paid for all kind* of Raw
Fats. aptO-p-13-ly
JPURS! FURS! FUR S !
LADIES’ FURS,
GEMS’ FUH CAPS,
•Collars, Grauutlcls,
Buffalo, Bear aad Wolf Robes,
WHOLESALE. AND BETAIL.
But where you can make the best selections at the
oww-t prices. Try
135 Lake Street*
i. c. BLVVER.
Great Induccmcnu to wholesale dealers scs uIW-6m
Slfip ClianTJlers.
ROSTER & IIAIiDEXEERGII,
SHIP CMAA T BLER§,
sa-il 3vt^.k:er.s,
AND DEALERS IN*
TWINES AND CORDAGE,
217 South Water St., Chicago.
Hare constantly for sale, at the lowest market prices
Manilla and Tarred Popes, liar Hops. Lath,
larn. Bags and Bagging. Canvass.
Oaknm, Spon Tarn. Pitch. Tar.
Chains. Blocks. Ac., &c.
Cotton, Flax and Hemp Twines,
SAILS AND TENTS,
TABPArUXCS. AWXIVCS, WACO.X COVERS,
ILAGS, i.C., AC.
t3T Made to order at the shortest notice
Xjandell or Sibley Tent.
HAGAN’S A: SONS
PATENT HOIST WHEEL
PUT UP AT SHORTEST NOTICE.
oeo. p. POBTKB. imyl.p9i9.lv] c. m. n xßorxncnnn.
Dags.
BAGS, BAGS, BAGS,
FAP.WELL‘S
. STRAW BAG HAHBTACTOBY.:
• So.lS* Sooth Water st. Chicago. ;
;jsags and Sao”ksj
*Oi every aewriptlon furnished on short no-:
.jce ana nnnten with N*kw axd He «.rTfFcx;
SJMKON* FAKWKLL.
*}BAXD9.
.aeS-tlTl-iy
QOKX EXCHANGE.
Bag Manufactory.
HART, ASTEN & CO.,
MANTKACTITRERS OF
BAGS!
Of every description,
157 South Water Street. 157,
MILLERS,
6£IA.MXj3BSS,
GROCERS,
FLOUR,
GRAIN,
U3klNy.
HAM AMD FEED BAGS.
rr~ Second-band bags always on band.
Sags loaned to shippers.
. niyi2-rt»a-ir
©as .fitting anh plumbing.
D. ' McFARLAXE’S
R.
Cas, Steam Fitting and
PLUMBING ESTABLISHMENT,
61 Itosalle street, Chicago,
DtiLXK IK
GAS FIXTTKES AND IKOS FFBXITFKE,
Practical Plumber,
And Manufacturer of
ALL KINDS OP STEAin WOBE.
TO THE TRADE
Ibe Trade supplied with toots and every article la
the Qu Steam rilling and Plumbing business. Ee-
GUdlncandßronzlngdoneto order.
and Idß Last Washington street.
. xajWl
(gommission jßcrcl)ants.
QAML. HOWE, COMMISSION
Vs-? MERCHANT.
148 8. Water-st., Chicago, HL,
Solidlb consignments of Grain. Flour. Pork.Lard.ftC.,
ftc..for sale, or orders to purchase. Will make ad
vances on consignments to be held here or shipped
iLast - ' BcszSlS-Sm
r rODD & DEXTER,
JL GENERAL
cosmissioN nujacHANTs,
Ml South Waters:., Chicago. HI.
Jakes oult>. fja9->502-im} wm. w. Dkxrva
Hawkins, smith & co.,
GENERAL
CO.imiSSIO> NEKCILLYTS,
And Dealers la
HIDES, WOOL AND FURS, ■
jau-zio-im No. 15 Lasalle street. Chicago.
iLLIAM LITTLE & CO.,
COTIMISSION MEBCH.VNTS,
S..‘E or Flour. Gnila. Seed.,. Pork, Gutter.
. Lard. Bides. Uroon Cum. &c.
>’ arenon-t* —I *oiuh Water street. Chicago. UL
liitli% ija.’. iTsi-Smi g. a. racket.
LBERT T. EMERY;
COMMISSION’ aTERCUANT
And dealer ia
Agricultural Implements and Seeds
204 Lake street, Chicago, 111.
All consignment* promptly attended to and prompt
returns made. Will also mien Ito the purchasing of
good* of any kind for parties la the country.
C 'AMHBKLL BROS.,
PRODUCE AND
Commission IVlei’clmnts*,
Lm North Kin tie street. Chicago. 111. P. O. BoxCtt
a. ST. J. Campbell. I o. n. Campbell.
References—Pollard* Doan«. William Blair ft Co„
Hall, Kimbatk ft Co.. Lay. Allen ft Co„ Ladd ft Wii-
Hams. Davie. Fawver ft Co. dcs>-yS7C-2m
jpjEXISTOX ifc CO.,
commssioN tiekchaxts,
LIVERPOOL.
n^FEi^rcES;— Pasc.'RJcbnrdson * r©.. Boston,
illldleton 4 Co.. JseW York.
Snow 4 Barces*. do.
. Johnston 4 Baylcy; do.
Cash advances made on of Protifitont
Hour, 4c., to the above bouse bv
HKNKY IfTl/WARD.
W Lasalle street. Chicago.
dcIS-jitM-ly
IXA^S . PKAIiCE & CO.,
commission' and produce merchants.
Advance* will 'be made on shipments to Woodruff &
Co.. New York, and lieulng £ Woodruff. St. Louis
OtiicefiftTisooth Water, comer of WeiU. ino-sul:aJ
deO-xSST-Sm
lEL AKIN & CO.,
COTIJIISSION MERCHANTS,
IrA South Water street. Liberal advances made OB
Flour, Urain ami Provisions, to he sold here or by
WM. A. BROWN & CO.. New York.
a. Any. j. h. nußLarr.
TVf OULTOK & CO.,
XTi PRODUCE
CONITHISSIOX TimcHINTS,
for the Bale anil purchase of Flour. Grata. seodt
Putter Cheese, Kgr*. Fruit*. Hides ntulProviaons.
novat-i-ta Sm BH'Lake St.. A 255 8. Water St.. Chicago
.SEW YORK.
...CHICAGO.
Y M. TURLAY & CO.,
*COItmiSSION IIERcaVTiTS,
•Avid Dealers in Sorgliam.
delfWlMy 179 Sonth Water street. Chicago.
.Boston. Maw.
.Cincinnati. O
..st. Louta, Mo
..Philadelphia
.Detroit, Mich
..New Orleans
i\| cCOMbie & child,
It X PRODUCE,
.Toronto. C. W
• COMMISSION XEBCHANTS,
No. XI ’Water Street, New York.
RErnr-ENOKs Goodrich. Willard & Co,. St, Louis.
Mo.: J.H. tJclosbv. Ksq.. do.; Alonzo Child, Evq,.New
TorkCUr; K. 6. ray, Jr.. Boston. Maw.; Willard &
child. Chicago, 111.; Mann * Scott, do.; Oglesby >St
Mncaulev. New Orleans, La.: Corn Exchange Bank,
Niw York City. oc2 u>J96tn
j. itrs. h'coutuh. p. aio.vzo child.
coiwmnssioN merchants.
Particular attention given to orders for Flonr. Grata.
Wool, 4<*. Liberal advances made on consignments to
Buffalo. Now York. Boston and Montreal.
Warehouse S3 and 81 South Water street. Chicago. IU.
3. ledcc, [trit* u&g ly r. s. quips.
TtNDKRWOOD & CO.,
LJ GENERAL
roirmissxoN merchants,
OFFIi K and WaIIHHoL'SK-UT South Water st.. op
posite ‘•Board of Trade" Building. Jes-lj
V. L. UNDERWOOD. 8, L, CNDKBWOOD.
BEX. W, rXDETIWOOD.
A LBEUT MOBaii & CO.,
XXL 'PRODUCE
COMMISSION ITIKKCfIANTS.
No. It 6 South Water street. (Alkeu*«i Building.)
Chicago. Illinois.
S3* Business cootlncd rtrirtlv to
l>mi7-t»a-ly]
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
ISS South Water street. Chicago, IU. Liberal advances
made on piopertv in store, kkfsrknck*:—Cooley,
Farwell & Co.. <j. C. Cook J; Co.. Orav. Phelp* & Co.
CKAf.n. faewkll. fmy2l-rSWlyl staieox fakwkll.
MURRY X ELS OX & CO.,
No.‘fit 3outU Water street.
Give their exclusive attention to the purchase, sile.
shipment and making cash advance* oa Grain, Flour.
Provisions and Produce «*f »U Wml*. m
F’or u Commission.
MURRY NELSON. E. D. STEVEN9.
BEDFORD, MKREDITII & CO.,
JL> EXCLUSIVE
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
For the purchase and »jilcofPork. Stuck. Flour, Grala
mu! produce generally. No. 22G and XS South Water
street, Chicago. 111. JalT-ly
gAWYEK, WALLACE «& CO.,
CO3EH2SSION MLRCIUNTS,
47 Broad street. New York.
Advances made on Consignment* to the above *na
bv WM. AITt.IIISON, Jr., Agent. IW Somh Water
bfreet. C liicaco. mh7-i;3OT-ty
M. FUXKUOUSER & CO.,
11.
CO3TIIISSION MEKCSAXTS,
215, i South Water street.
jaao-uaoij-
QILBERT, UPDIKE & CO.,
COMMISSION MBUCDANTS,
No. 14 Lntalle *troet. Chicago.
STANABD.GILBERT* Co.. So. 5 City Bn'Tdlns*.
St.Lonfcs. mylUtfl-ly
C.J.ntLDEItT. fI.W.TPDIKK E. C. STAVaUD.
QRIFFIX BROTHERS,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 5 Pomeroy's Clock, comer South Wat*r and Clark
street®.Cltlccgo. Advance® made on consignments.
f. r. griffin. ■ imhjsvoivi
JJIGE FAY & CO,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. W Luadle street. Chicago. 11l P. O. Box 1515.
(U\o liiclr exciu.-lvc attention to the purchase anil
pale of Flour, Grain ami other Produce.on Comml»»lon.
JSICI - . FAT. P. P. ZIAWKtXS, J*s>. H. WOODUOBTH.
au»*Ci ly
liapcv Utarcliousc.
pAPER WAREHOUUSE.
ROCK RIVER
Paper Manufacturing Company,
Manufacturers of and dealers la
PRINTING PAPER,
PRINTING PAPER,
PRINTING PAPER,
PRINTING PAPER,
ROOK PAPER,
BOOK PAPER,
BOOK PAPER,
WRAPPING PAPER,
WRAPPING PAPER,
WRAPPING PAPER,
7S KancloljVh. Street-
Having unsurpassed facilities we are prepared to fur
nish all common sizes of
I?riut Paper, Hook Haper, mid
W rapping
to order, acd to manufacture on short notice uncom
mon sizes and weights.
RAGS WANTED.—'We always pay the highest mar
ket price formes. rope, paper shaving®, papers. &c„ in
c.esn. Parties In the country - can remit to us and be
sure of getting the market prkeremitled promptly.
Address Rock Hirer Paper ManuiacturlneConpany,
T2 Randolph street, Chicago. JatS-ztll-tm
pAPER.
PIONEEE PAFEH WAEESOD3E OF
BUTLER & HUNT,
4S STATE STREET,
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers In all kinds of
Coarse and Fine Papers, Envelopes. Cards. Card and
Straw Boards. Paper Bass. Printers* Ink. &e..&c.
ty” Cash paid lor all kinds of Paper Stock. mh2-ly
WATCHES
"FOR SO3L.XDXER2-S,
AT REDUCED PRICES.
American Watches for Americans.
Tits America?; Watch Cosxpawt give notice that
they have lately Issued a new style of Watch, expressly
designed for Soldiers and others who desire a good
Watch ntja moderate price. These Watchc? are intend
ed to displace the worthless, cheap Watches of British
and Swiss manniactnro with which the country Is
Hooded, and which were never expected to keep time
when they wore made, being refuse manufactures sent
io tlds country because unsalable at home, and used
here only for Jockeying and swindling purpose?.
We offer to sell our Watch, which Is of the most
atASUTACTUr.B. AX ACCURATE A2TD DU
raglh •ronotßEPEg.aod InStcrUng Silver cases.Hunt
tng pattern, at as low a price as is asked for the trashy
AacrcsandLeptnca of foreign makealreadyrefcrrcdto.
We have named the new scries of Watches. We. Ev
lf.rt. Boston. Moss., wfdch name win be found on the
plattf of every Watch of this manutictore. and is one
of cur trademarks.
Sold by an respectable Watch Dealers In the loyal
Slates.
Tv hole«ale orders should be addressed to
ROBBINS & APPLETON,
Agents for the American Watch Company,
jaH-z-TT-lm IS3 Broadway. N. T.
EAILWAT TIMEKEEPERS.—
Especially adapted for army sales..Superior hi
style and tinWil Decidedly the mo-t tflAfog£» r sj“?s
n ,.*i ct r.,,ip «,t nrlc6, from SJO to Kfl CACfI. lioou
si
Will be seat to ativpart of the loyal
ctlrMbr colfecilon. Buyers or
florin* in this manner must deposit the money In the
i,Snd« of the express agent where they receive the
coSds or remit ns twodollars as a guarantee that the
bill wUI be paid. Soldier* must scad payment la ad-
Ran way Timekeeper U one of the most saleable
article* ofthe Hints and Just the thine for those la-
I eiined to aiake money smdhc soidfert. Adlress
CUtiC nCBBAKDJVT:O3.. Sole Importer*,
Oorapr Kxiuu and John streets.
\ ja23 aSIT-loa KewTotk,
FSR SALK—Iowa Lands.—l.GSO
acres la Fayette county; price t? acrc.cssh.
iwnciis to Linytori county • iirlr> «•> 1 '
2to acres la Tl, cu.cu county; in lev Vj V)
2U>acrt*in J’nt’vrrminty; |>rlr**M ' *
ft) acres In Plncfc H»wkrt nutv; V*ri<*«* v>
SGli.CMsmOruiMy eonntv; H.TQ ’
f<*o sort s In Uhini Upii counts* • niJco <i 4 »*.
400 acre sln *>rro G'rdo count'.* • price *I V*
Ifuacresln D?lv-»arecua:iiv; iclce It.
IfiOacrts in rritLiilA cotu.tT: i-ncc*! *£
Most ef thfsc •-cre loe-dcd la l-»s ’No bc»t-*r
lands m the Stile. lilies perfect.- -h f nVd to
li*3. Apply to _ _ OKO.V.BYRD.
feS-z.taSt No.lClDcarDorn-£t.,«Laca;o.
POR SALK—A Farm.. An excel-
A lent Farm of sbsiy-lhrce acre*, lu the mutheru
part of Minnesota, partly Improved, with a good house
i'll It. aid WELL ati-icncU. a trout stream running
through it, anti eighty t mis of the •'~t.il*; running oa
thebordersof a beautiful lake. \iUhla amiieofuu
vlllices. witlbesold for Three Hundred Dollars to a
cash cmtoirtr. Kagcftoiii Lacrosse three times a
week. Address *• J Tribune oillco. Chicago.
ft'37o^.lir.rT*S
A RAKE OHANCK FOR A
,**!«• a, d
CHAHJ> L.\M». I hare the <nle a "nantlrv o? Land
within the celebrated IVach growing melon of St.
jf-sepn. Mien gun. from two to four ml cs fto n the
vldticr. HO acres of tM* land is Iviacontt.e Lake
•i'om roart. within a quarter ofa mile of the bank of
the Lake, with w:h(.*o\bi»o»«. good neighbor* nnd Im
provements adjoining. I j,ro;»«-sc to sell this land la
parce.sOfii.lOor-jiacmsat trora f3O ll'Jsnd thOp-»r
acre, ALL CASH DOV.'X, and pinxl Wa.T;vntv Deed
pircr. tfapjillod for within * few days at the odlue of
bUTULItIAND & Gr.ANGER.si North Casul iVrccL
Chiciipo.fromlOo’clocka.ro.aDtiU n.m.
fc3-r6SWSt JAS. B. SUTHERLAKD.
J r O R SAL i 7"
BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTY.
Two tbree*etory Dwelling Houses near illcaigan ave
nue. north of Twc’.ftn *trtet
lloute ' oo Wabash avenue,
near Twe flh street. •
A DlcepweillDg House *ad Lot 50 feet front on Wa.
bash avenu**. near OK airert. . on wa
A very desirable Itesldeiiceon rralricave near om *t
A tliree iftory Brick House on Michigan avenue, north
of Madison street. ' tw
One two-«tory House, wtth fifty foot lot on OU street
renrStateftrect.
A nos t c> tfige ou Adams street, near Jefferson street
with 25 fool iot.
A IMok M'arehoniM*. 2’~ store. 6*2x150 feet, on Cli*k-~t
One hundred fro*, on Kate street, north of .Mi.U*on *l
Tlvc two atorr Houses on Jladisou and School streets.
near PeaplalLctstreet.
One iwo-t-iorr House on Fourth avenue, near Ilarrl-
Bon street.
A corner Lot 50 feet front, onrrairie avenue, north of
lilngoW Pt'cc.
Fifty icot on Michigan avenue. nearOlrt street.
ft on Culumirt avenue. uearKlo Grande street,
jrwi n on (’alumet avenue, rear Klngold Place.
f€ ft on tVabasli avenue, near Madison street.
25 ft on Nile! igan aveune. near Harrison street.
125 itou .Monroe and Adams opp. the High School.
90 it on Adams street, near Wells street.
RIVER PROPERTY,
130 ft on Claik street, between Twelfth*street and
North street.
IfO ft on the river, near Ogden's Slip.
ll*» ft comer Archer Road and < »eden*s Slip.
Also, a variety of cheap lots in the different Divi
sion* of the city, r.nd several blocks near the city
UuittsviUnblcfor subdivision.
JAITIES Ac SPRINGER,
Room Xo< 13 Metropolitan Uloclr.
POU SALE—
An Improved Farm in Warren
County, Illinois.
Said farm cousiat* of ICO acre* and the Improvement*
of a one story ami a half brick house. Urge born and
outbuildings.
• it- har.dsbme location and convenience to a good ■ an
market, being wlicinahontseven miles of PrslrieCltr. 1 til
lu fertility of soil, and the low price at which It will j fo
be.»old ottrra line opportunity to any one in <inest of ; tin
a good faun. >a
Frr raising atock this farm U verv valuable. a por- I 1
lion tu Inc naturally adapted for grazing—and having M
on it ‘•ovcral living »prlnes of water. ,
For particular* address .1. K. COMSTOCR. St. LouK ••
or apply to Kara Smith, Eaq., of Prairie ettv. i
Terms easy. jahz.'wtl-Im. j
FOR SALE—Lands. To all want •'
Inc Farms—Largpnndthrlvinz-ettlemeatofVlne-
land, mild climate. THIRTY MILES south of Pbßa- ■ ¥
dciphht by railroad. lilCll SOIL. |
Prodiicci* Larger Crops,
Twenty acre tracts at from fls to |2O per acre, payable ;
within four years. I
GOOD BUSINESS OPENINGS—GOOD SOCIETY, j
Hundreds are settling and makliiglinproyementa. Ap- ■
plv to CHAS. K. LANDIS. Post Master. Vineland, I
Cumberland Countv New.Jersey. Letters answered. 1
Pam r* containing full Information will be sent free.
_dc.vxT?lSin {
A'“HARE CHANCE—The suh-;
XL srrlber has for sale a large niece of Land in the t
South Division, witltln the city limits, which will ho ;
sole at a bargain for cash and very short time. To i H
any one wishing to ninKn an Investment of about ‘ T1
JOrt.CfO la unimproved land for subdivision, thUpre- j L,
P. nta a rare opportunity. For particulars aoplyto i
GUO. M. HIGGINSON. MMithesialcornerSoutb Water : U
and Chirk street?, N'o. 1 Wheeler's Block, up stairs. . T
jnir.s zSf)6-2w ;
IpOU SALE.—Lots, Lands and ‘ v
JL Houses for Baleby O. M. niomvaos I Wheeler**
Block, on southeast cornerofS Clark tad Wator-sH.; '
2JO feet on South Branch, suitable fora Packing House. ; *1
t l.i>ts on IVr.lrie avenue, near Old street : ?'
10 Lots on Prairie avenue, corner of Rio Qrando j ,l
t i.ots on Milwaukee avenue, near Division ■*;raet
2L«»ts£o let. with Cottages on State street, near ci
Na»Vs Packing House, > d
Hon>e and Lot oa east side of Larrabee street, near •
Clv'nourn avenue. i nj
House and Lot No. ISMVcstWaahir’gton street
ijouienii! Lot on lUii'dale-st.. near W«*ll*st.,N.J>M. • T j
10 acres nfLand or. the border ofth«* westarne.tr ; y,,
forsubdlvidon. Also. n first mtellollershop. wlta.ot i
ICOlwt.on South Branch._ *
EAL - ESTATE FOR SALE. ; "I
#e.v),(VO worth of City Property and Lands.* a ■ J
lowa, belonging to the estate of Antoine Le Claire, y
dcceasid. • I
IN THE f TTY OF DAVENPORT, i
La Claire Block, of brick, four stories. 353 feel front. ■
containing » hotel, two public hails, ten ilm-chm
store* amt several ofllcos. 0
Post onice Block, of brick. «o feel front, four stories ■
1 containing the post Otficc. two stores. six older*. and r
i laree appvr room*. ’lbealKivo property i-themcHl
: Uesirsble t:i the cltv. ail leased, and wiilbrlug a lar<a £
1 nett Income os an investment. ’ T
i Twenty Brick and Frame Dwelling Houses indif
ferent locations. . j
; ifioclio'cebuiidlrglut?: onelotoflTaercsadJotnlng
' the rnilroaddepot and hridee.fronting on the
i slppl River; two lots of SO acres each, one lot of 25 i C
) ncrcs, one lot of 20 acres, and one let of 12 acres, all la ,
the City Limits. 1 ,
Also, houses and lots. Tscont lots and outlets, la the , J
I City c( Le Claire. Scott County. . »•
lfou*csat.dlcUtn lowa City. Johnson Comity. '
. lO.COO acres Improved and unimproved firmlnglands I
1 near tlm line of the >fhu. sad Mo. Railroad. ;
The sbeve property Is olfcred for »aIo. to clo«a Die : J
; estate of the late Antoine l.e Claire, nt such prices as i f
nins-t prove a profitable Investment to the purchasers, i 1
; For i.rices, »eni*» nn*l fmlher pa - tlr*i’ars apply to '
GKO. L.DAVKNTOIiT. Executor, or JOHN L. COF- i t
¥lN.Land Audit. Davenport. l'»wa. jaV»-zVTt tm j
, —i
®opartncrsl)ip. | f
DISSOLUTION, —The co-)iartner- i
“hli* hevetnfore ealsthig under the name of ;
I BOOTH & CIIONn.I> lids dar dissolved bv mutual .
; consmt. * c. w. nooTii. i
I .farnerTld.Pitl. dPl.irs ■ (
The tiencrr.l Copimlsslnn bn»lnesw will bo Continue I 1
Under the name vf Orriu F. booth & L'o. j
ORRIN F. BOOTH. 1
feS-rWbw C. W. BOOTH. ,
pOPAUTXEUSIIII 7 " NOTICE, j
V_. ; Mr. Ilcriry W. Fnl!"r 1* this day admitted as a * ■
?artner in ourhadness. The style of the Arm will be i
'ulter. Finch & Fuller. FULLER* FINCH, i
: Chicago. Feb. 2. IrdU. FeS z'JJi-lin *
, pULLER7FiNCTI & FULLER,!
-I i 26 3UERCT STRUCT, CIIKA6O, 1
i TTholc* lie dealers In !
i Drugs. Medicines, Faints, Oils, i
i ;
j WINDOW GLASS, DTE SITTETS,
I And >lnuxiia.cturer»* Articles.
I F. F. (r F. Invite the attention <vf tin* trade to their
large ami carvfullyoelecx-d stock: reapcctfiUyooUclt- !
Ire a continuance of the liberal patronage heretofore ;
bLstuwrdonthlsliouse. '
/ ■ o-RAi:tn eusilTp notice. 1
—On the ICth Inst., vra- adntlrrrd r.s a meinVr of
our Crm, B’3l, .1, roi’E. recently and during the past :
fix yeats, with MeSsr*. Davis, bawver * U»*.. oftuls
cltv. The name nnd style of the new ilrtu will be •
SHFRMAN. HALL * POPE, after this date.
SHERMAN * HALL. 27 S. Water street. *
Chicago. Jan, 31st. lbC3. \
' SHERMAN, HALL & POPE,
[ [Snccci.-oratoShcruinr.*HalL EstablLhctlA. D.1V»7.)
j OILAIN. PRODUCE AND FRUIT
| COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
, ! Warehouse, 27 Sontb Water street. Chicago. HI.
Cash advanced on consignments for home or East
ern markets. fyi-zfiTiii-im
M c. SUECMaV. j. p. n.'Lt. WM, j. pops. ,
AVN t!ie"uNßfksigsTkd ;
T T have thL- diy formed a co-partncrelisp antler ■
l?:ertrmof
BRYA.T At COLLETT, j
For the transaction of a general COMMISSION BUS!- i
i NErP.and are prcrnrrrt to make Liberal Advances '
• roiiidgumcote lorsalc lu either Chicago. New
, York or Liverpool. OiUcc and store. 125 D •a'boruSL !
W. H. BRYAN. ;
’ JOHN COLLETT. I
Retekenck—A. C. ItADaEit* Co.. Bankers. Chicago. *
ja’&zZdo-iw
OTICE. —The copartnershiii hero- j
A-W tofure erl«tlng nnrter ?ne name of Williams * I
Jloughieih'g. Is dissolved by limitation. Either party ,
will sign the name of the Arm in tJunldatluQ.
.1. M. WILLIAMS. 1
W.D. UOUGIITELING. ;
f Chicago. JanuaryS.lSs3. jaS-ySlOlm
1 \\f i iougiitelin g!, ;
tv • (Successor to Williams * Hoogiileling.) !
! FEODUCE COMMISSION 2TEECKANT,.
2191-2 Water street. Chicago. Illinois.
7 ja&-yOl7-3m 1
’ (~ 'O-PAX.TNERSHIP.—The under- i
\_7 signed have Ihfc* daventeredlntoa co-partnership :
for the pnrpo*€ of conducting a General Shipping. Pro
duce and commiftdoa Budnew. under the name of
MATHER. CLARY* CO. Olce la Ewing's Block, !
corner North Water and Clark street*.
WILLI VM T. MATHER. S
CMergo.Jan.l9,l363. STEPHEN CLARY. j
» jafl r.VMm LUCIEN T. BARCLAY, j
TAISSOLUTION.—The Co-Part- i
( XJ n*rship heretofore esistfnz undertlie name and j
7 Stvle of CHAMPION & TODD. U this day dlv.olre l 1
' by mutual consent. The business will be continued j
1 bv James Todd, who Is alone authorized the ,
name of the llna in UqalJatlon. H.C. CHAMPION. 1
Tames todd. ,
, jatiysoi-im HI Seam Water strevt. \
1 11 l" 111 ;■! 1 - 1 ■ I
I Broom (Horn. :
* T>ROOM CORN.—Always on hand ;
■* J_> and for gale, an assorted stock of * '■
t P Ji-oont Corn.
'• ]all-z.TMQ GL l u. & lgO._ I
\ CORN EXCHANGE. |
). We Invite consignment* of • j
' broom corn,
Have A3EFLE STOEAGE. maia .draacta, and offer |
Spocint Inducements j
promptly aEAwert:u. RArpLETF;A * SHELDON. |
ComDnloc Merchauta. sid South Water struct, j
Storage; I
; g~T~O RAG E. ~ ~
I °rrEE PROOF WAREHOUSE!
h Low Rates of Insurance 11
* Good Basement Room for
£ lard, Fork, Dighwines, &c., &c.
• SOS K.VADOH’U SX.
t Jtfi-Igvw B. a. DPFEB * CO.
L' (STORAGE. —Storage for 25,000
O Barrets of Flour or
lllatchcs.
Ktal (Estate.
LOTS
BUILDING
APPLY TO
Ifrl-zSK-lwl
Proposals.
PROPOSALS FOR OATS AKQ
Daror QTAcrnassm's Orrtoa. )
Corner of Eighteenth and Qst-ects.»
Wasotxotot. D. C n January slat. Hit. \
Scaled proposal* win ho received at this o'B:c. ootU
MONDAY. February 9th. ISO. at K o“rt£% jf for
furnishing the Government with (200/001 two hanllsod
thousand bushels of Oats and <s,oco> Ovc thousand
tons of Hat.
Hay to be good mcrchantahla meoritT. put an In
bale*, and delivered at (.*2,000) two thousand pounds to
The Oats to be of a good merchantable quality pat
npln baa*ofabont twobushels each.
OaU will bo received by weight, at (32> thirty-two
pound* to the hufriel.
Government fara i»be4 without eitra chargo to da
tJt&V&y*}* ,ntho «*y ofWasWngton, with
in (So; thirty daj a from the date of the contract.
__ PROPOSALS
Proposau will be riccivca tor isx> c- c hundred
tors of liar and opwards.and forito.oiij) dvethotmnd
DUslicLtofO.uaand upwards.
The propositions for the Hats and OsUxvr bnnnon
the same paper, but wrsT be mwie entire* dUtinct
and wiWiont reference to eaah other.
PO’to-Uce address of the bidder
V j*7 ,r D *he proposal.
~} r , l 1 J !l(1 “."“‘l® lu the name cf a Ann. the name* of
r?- rtl ?*l» n i , . t a ?rear. or the bid will ho coasl
dl Pr. t *.^iH , s^ proposal of the parvyaljfalnglt.
rroa) UISLOTAL PAKTIUS WILL WOT B*
cosilutuicd, and an oath of allcgiiacc laast accout*
lumyeaclipravopUlon. -*«-a*a*«,t. omsk**-
Proposals must ho addiwedto Col D IL RUCKER.
Quartermaster!. S Armv. Wi*Mr,«..r» 'Dr,*3
tlmcM be plainly marked “ PropoS* for(& and
_ GPAILVXTEE.
The abnily Cf the bidder to Ull the contract, should
ii cc awarded to him. must be gunraat.-eJ by two ro
sfcr.-lMe j-ei sons, whose tfsiutarcs most be appended
to the guarantee.
. The responsibility of t!:« guarantors matt be shown
by If e ottefal rerlitlcafc of the Clerk of fie nearest
Wtiicu. oust or ofU.e United States District Attorney
Hidden* must be pre>eut In perju-.a whon the bliU are
oi'enod. or t e prop. will not bo considered,
1 ones etic.nl In amount tchalf the sum to be received
ou the contract. Rlgned by the contractor and both of
n!s guarantors, will borctiuiredofthesacccsafhlblddcr
upon nigntag the contract.
A* the bond must accompany the contract. It win be
necessary for bidders to bare their Dondamen with
them, or to have bonds *ipie<l In aniicipatton and
ready to be pmdua-d when the contract Is signed.
Blaufc* for bonds can be npon applle-atloa
being made at this oihcc. dther personally, by letter,
or by teiegrapb.
_ Kocat ot GrAturrra.
« ®. .of the county of . am! State Of .
ai.o —•— .ot tliecoumy or —.andStiieef -do
lhat rr c~ u aW « the t»n
t.»,2*a*hSSoA m C^ l,u lj 3?> tc ” n: * of bl* proposition,
ana that. *honid his proposMoc be accrpt*HL he will at
«c® a contract in
bhould ttie contract be awarded hlm.wc arepropare*
to bvcouie bU KcurtUca. v 1
(, i l ls guarantee must be appended the oflicUl clrH
ficatc utove meutloued.)
, INSPECTION* DELIVERY, do.
All Oats and Hav contracted for under this adrer
tUemcni will he rlgldlv inspected, and such as do not
provcof a good sound merchantable quality win be
Payment to be made upon the completion of the
contract, or so soon thereafter as the Depot Quarter
master shall belu lauds.
Ar.v Informality lu the bM.or non-conformancc with
the terms of this advertisement, will ensure the re
jection of the proposal,
DeJvtry to be made at the Rallroirt Depot, or at
one of the Government Wharves, in the city of Wash
ington.
The Depot Qnartcrznasrer reserve* to himself the
right to reject any or nil bids that be m*y dacm too
high. D. H. RUCKER.
fc4-rTOS*-M Colonel and Depot Quartermaster.
PROPOSALS FOR LEAD WIRE
Xatt Aqe.tt'B Omci.)
Sett Vobk. January 23,1*0. f
Scaled Propo«a’o, endors'd ** I’ropos its for Lead
wire.** «Ulb« at tbtsottleemull W&DXKS
- of February next, at tarclre
roi.tro pounds ofLEAD MIRE. IS dlam.. to tx> made •
rtUeb'r*t»cCttav.l, and delivered at tuu V»»*hljjg- •
cn Navv Yard. Tree of all cvpen«e to the Gorem-
J<*nt. within Un days after the expiration of the ad
ertlacnsem, and eubject to the usual inspection of
l;e Nary Yard.
Each oTer must be accompanied by a written guar-
Ply. signed by one or mor-i ropon-dma person.-*, car
tredlo by some ©Hirer of the Government, s<'Uln w
ortl. that lb* bidder. If bis odor l« the lowest, will lm
itdlatelv enter Intocontraet. If U Is deetiM nuecs
nry. for the faithful performance of the wort.
ft&zft'iS-fit I. HENDERSON, Navy Agent.
Jusurancc.
J'iliTcTlTcAGO MUTUAL
Life lESKrancc Company,
128 & 130 Lake street, Chicago.
Capital paid la and invert*-! In flrst eb-c* CUy Mort
gages.
sloo 9 o©o ß ©o.
nmirnTOKi:
i. R. Made. C. H. Hosmcr, Orrlagtott Ltufc
rben ;.a Church, Nc!«ou Tunis. V. L. Voo.
j. C. T. Freer, J. V. FarwrU. Feter Face,
Sol. a. Smith.
■!. H. >t.u;iK. Fresh enr.; L.O.P. FREER.Treasurer.
nioS.tULM'H. V.it,-.,. i tj. N. HOLDRN, Secretary,
PETER PAGE. Gcnl Agent.
Dr, J. W. FREER and Dr. E. INGALLS, Ex.Ph jstclaa*.
TEE CHICAGO MUTUAL LIFE ISS. CO.
lias obtained In HsCbarteraudmodenf dcdngbnslaftn,
>ll *>f the vnloablcrcatTrcs' , f UiebtTitaßdmo.tsaccaaa
rul American and English Life Companies.
Our Table* are as tow a* any safe Company can be?
sre carefully ndlc.-ied. and la l.Via are tound all lha
Iltlctent modes of pay meat usually adopted or desired.
Our capital N ample, ard the security perfect. f>r our
patrons. Otirl’ollcic* w-11 be given with or without
-;*ili< !pntioa in the profile of the Company,and we in* .
rite your careful oousld’ 1 ration to the facilities olerod
iv os for Life Insurance loag'-o-J Home Life Inriraoca
rompsny. J-iS-yTSt-lnx
JJOME
nsrSURAITCE COMP'Y,
OF NEW YORK.
OFFICE, Koh. 112 A: 111 UROADWAY.
Cash Capital, - - - - - - . $1,000,003.03
Assets, Ist July, 1862, • - • .$1,695,679.16
Liabilities,* * - ■ • • • ■ • $57,823.32
ABSTRACT OF THK EIGHTEENTH sEMI ANNUAL
STATKiIENT,
Showing the Condition of the Company on the lat day
of July. ISC2,
Assyria:
ra^b.balance In Rank ?U3,ISW»
Uourt> and mortgages, being first ilea oa real
catate SIS.CS3AI
Lear* • n flocks, payable on demand (market
value of M-cunrie-*.
Trltrd other atoOksim&rket value) CWCAV*.tH
Real Fi-tate SUHAS
Interest due on l«t duly. r«2. (of which $54,-
!•';>! bsiasince Iwca received* VJSS3Stt
licmnce i:i UsmUol age.A* aad in course of
t.arMi.V*sdon from agent*. or Ist duly. (of
•which ba» since been received'.... £>,021.71
itpis receivable, (for premiums on Inland
rb.k») : n.onirr
Other property, inLcellnnerms Items 10,‘WI.il
Premium* due and nncollfcUd on policies Is
sued at oilice 1.3&99
Total sl.iS3.fiT?.li
Lt\l<lU7t KS.
naln-s for lc**e* ontstar.clir.z on Ist Jalv. I?*.. f57.i3*AS
Due stockholders cu account funner dividends Jifi.O®
CIIAS. .1. MARTIN. President.
A. K. YTILMAKtII. Vice President.
Jon.v McGee. Secretary.
MILLER* WILMABTfT. Agents,
jail kf.tr.Jy 160 Sooth YVaterstrect,Chicago.
£tgal Notices.
r PRUSTKE’S SALK.—Default hnv-
J. Ir.g be<*n madrhv ('arllslr Ma«on am! John Mc-
Arthur in taepayntentuf their promissory noie.diled
January 56 Oi. 1-b.S.for the *>um often thousand dollars,
payable to th<? ord-T of J:t«ou McCord, five year*
hJm the date thereof, with Interest at ten percent.,
payable send-•arnoulJr, th«*re belug now du*» and la
arrrar tlic sum of nine thousand rlx hundred dollars
on *al<lnote. „ .... _ .
Now.tiiorefore, npon the application of said MeCoen.
the legal own* r of iviU note, and in pursuance with
the powers In a cut loin Trust Deed of even date there*
w Un. executed by «a!d Ma«<>n A McArthur, ami their
re-prcitve wives' to sccnrc th-» paygmeut of said note,
wulcb deed was recorded In r-eorllceof the Recorder
of ( ook County. Illinois, in Hook vj of Deeds, page ttt,
1, L. C. Pain** Freer, the Orxatcc and TrusliO la
In said Deed, will on tb- second day of Marcn.A.D.,
tvio, »t ten o'clock lu the forenoon of saldday.at tin*
Nr rib door of the Court lioa-e In the City of Chicago.
County ami State af >n*Mid. sell a: Public Auction for
(s«h t<i (lie highest bidder the premise* and Beal Ra
tal''conveyed in and by said Deed of Tru-l described
as lot No. ere (I* in deck No, thirteen (13> In the orig
inal Town of (Tlcasr*. Cllr of njr.tßO, Couutrof
Cook aforMuld. excepting therefrom a parrel #f
said lot in the Northeast corner thereof, fronting
twenty ("o> feer oa Car.al street and eighty (aOt feet
on Carndl street.or so much thereof as may be ue
ces.-arv to make tbemorevducon said note.
L. C. F.vIXE FREER.Trustee. *C.
Chicago, January 00. 1M3. ja&zSR-ta
XfOTICH —To creditors of Hcnrv
1> HOYVLAND & CO.
State or Iw-rsots. Cocstt or Cook. ss.
Superior Court of Chicago in Chancery.
Hvr.rv Colvvs, Henrv Huwlaud. F.Cltlse
Boswell Carter. John TViHluii Pcfcr. Hn-b
.Maher, the Me: ebauta* Savings Loan aud Trust Com
pt>i:r,l>(-villi• R, Ilolt and Dxnkd Montague.
Ihjrat.ant to the decree entered In above caveoa
: the 2Tth day of December. A. D. public nutiqp la
i hereby given to all general creditor* of the Arid of
• Iteprv Rowland & Co„ heretofore doing busluo** at
i chicaco lUlc-ii. (the shove named Henry Howland
■ and Henry Doty comprising *sUd Arm) to produce and
prove tlieircl3fmsttcaln-*t saM Arm before ne. one Of
. tl.e Motors of nald Court, at my office. No.3h South
Clark street, chicaco ll’inoL*. within two months
1 from the date of thU notice. IRA SCOTT,
‘ Superior Court of Chicago.
I Dated Chicago. Januaiy 26tlr. li'i
| r PHE \ T yrDEi;SIGNED,Ti-cciver
! JL of The Arttaas* Bank of the City of Xew Tork.
In pursuance rf an order of the Supreme Court of tho
• State of New Y'ork granted on the 2Uh day of July.
« jsa will sell at Public Auction, on the fifth pth) day
i of .March, isct.by Gilbert * S\mp*nn. Auctioneers, at
I the North door of the Court Houw, fa the City of Chi
j cago. State of RUnoU. commencing at 12 o'clock noon,
; the follow ins described real estate, formerly belong
-1 Ingto the said the ArtUans'Baak:
, Lotaonedtto twenty (20) iuclaalre.ln block flva
(S'. In Archer'* Addition to Chicago. «lm;ite, lying and
; being in the Citv of Cidea" \C-mm vof Cook, and Stale
of Illlnol-.and snownas "the Douglas property.**
! The terms of sale are caah.
HENRY C. TANNER.
Fecelvcr of the Artisans* Rank. City of New York.
Chase, otorrs & Munson. Attorneys. Ja:Jz3S-td
Groccrirs.
K/)n KLF. CHESTS TEAS.-A
tj V/ Vy fun assortment of new crop Greens and
Piacks, embracing all grades of Young Hyson. Uyjoa
Skin. Gunpowder. Imperial. Twoakay. Oolong. £c*
prxKn , t
Tl South Water street.
KA(\BAGS COFFEE.-Rio.M.ir-
O vU acalbo and Costa Idea, lair to prime, arriv
ing tmd for sale by . TT , VTTP V
PAiteO>s. me&SjfflSFika.
i)~l\ YIFJDS. XtA\ r OKLEAX3
j£oyJ SEGAKS.—Conimon toeholce I?* »ad
for sale by PABSO». iit witer street.
Vtliiitnrj Gooitg.
TSVCESKIX GOODS.— I Tlie best
Yj «tock m town aad lowest prices. Army
Gloves, farmer's Glov. all kinds of Gloves,
* 'Tntol«h»ale and Retail at reduced prices.
E, R. BOWEN. 20 Clark >treel. (up stainjoTer over tba
United elates Express Ofilce.
GOODS.—SworJi;
BUTS, SASHES, CANTEENS,
Ftrlth h TTeseon’A Moore's. Colt’s PrescotCaaad other
REVOLVERS, and all arUclenla t!id Military Line, at
lowest prices, 'VTqolf.sal.S and KatoluatGEO. t,
ABnFT S. IS!ljtr ,lpv;t. .tfMr
Salt.
Q ,\lt i SALT! SALT!—The Siib
io'icrnxn. AOH.VT?x>» ssnXALor ™«
CEEEBKATED SAGINAW WOUKS,
. -.,,,-inuio s««t patetaaer*. for Immediate or
50 bags oait tetre for .1. G l g LpfTKR
-A TONS TOBACCO-Of reliable
for sale at current
aa:-tSM-ly ■! SJBto Mataram^
IVTIGHT SCAVENGER.—CharIey
JN Kun* will attend of
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2i&7n».plo<as ~a! “HLSSS*"
[ able. Fo>tois« Box
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