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Sptnal Notices.
GAUD.
Deafness and Blindness.
DR. TINDER WOOD. OcuUtt and Anrist. Operative
burgeon, 124 Randolph street, sear tbeShcrman Uoasc,
Chicago. Illinois.
Dr. U.ha* devoted 1»U professional life to Ophthalmic
fend Asral Medicine audsurgery. and receives monthly
Ctll the sea' and Ingenious Instrument* and apparatus,
and the dUTcrent modes of treatment used for the re
lief and core of these afflictions in all the Ophthalmic
find Aural Hospitals and Infirmaries of London, Paris,
Berlin and Vicuna. He performs all the approved
ancient and modern operations for Dcafuew, Cataract.
Artificial Pupil, Crow Eye. Entropium. Lctroplum.
t3tapbyloma,FhrtulaLachrymalls. and the removal of
tumors, wens and spurious growths of every descrip
tion. Artificial Eyes and Ear-Drums Inserted, and
examinations condoned with the Ophthalmoscope,
Aurtscope. Otoscope, Pharyngoscope and Ophthalmic
Microscope Instruments and machinery that brilliantly
Illuminate the whole exterior. Interior and posterior
part* of the Eye and Ear, thus aevoallng the cause and
nature of many diseases of the evo and ear that have
liltberto been thought forever hidden In darkness and
impenetrable obscurity. feii-xW t«
A NALTTIC AND MAGNETIC
-LJL PHYSICIAN.
OR. R. c. WOODIIULL,
Author and Lecturer on Chronic
I>i*>cases»
Offers the most certain, ppoedy and effectual remedies
In thp world for the core of the following complaints
tn their obstinate stage*. viz; Diseases of the Throat.
Lungs, Heart, Spleen. liver. Stomach, Dropsy la the
Chew. Eye and Car. Rheumatism, Neuralgia. Fits, and
nU Nervous Derangements, all diseases of Blood.
Scrofula. Erysipelas. Cancer*. Fever Sores, Leprosy
nod Kidneys, and all compile*tort Chronic Complaints.
The Doctor's practice U founded on truth seventeen
years standing, differ* from all others.
Ko trifling nrtti human existence, sacrificing
life by experiments.
The Dr. know? upon examination the cause of the
disease, and remedv needed to remove It. ootby guess
ing but by knowledge analyses the disease, aud all
vegetable substance which be uses, all mineral and
poisonous med Id ties discarded. The Dr. ho* dis
covered many remedies in bis travels In South Ameri
ca Caßtoniia. and other countries, which he finds of
great utility in the healing art. It is to be hoped that
rural ids who bare tried doctors and advertised modi
cine* until worn ont and discouraged, will dispair not
of a cure until they bare given Dr. VT* medicine and
magnetic operations a trial. During Ida travels he has
been the Instrument in God's hand* of restoring to
health aud vigor of thousands by laying on of bands
and otherwise, who were on tbc verge of the grave,
and are now living monuments ol bis skill and success
ful treatment, ana are dallv exclaiming: ** Blessed be
the day when first we saw and partook of the Analytic
and Magnetic Dr.'s treatment." Satisfactory refer
ence will be cheerfully given when required. The Dr.
will pledge tits reputation and stake his all to make
permanent cores in all cases he undertakes. HU mode
of examination is with the Kye, and by an Analytical
firocesa of the waste material of the body. Ho there
ore uaka no questions, nor require* Invalid* to ex
plain symptoms, telling the cause and locaoon ox the
disease with perfect certainty. . ...
N.B.—Dr. woodhull absolutely advertises nothin*
but what he ha* the ability AU fonne of
female difilenltles attended with the happiest results.
Invalids who cannot consult the doctor tn person, by
giving a statement of their case*, will be attended to
I>rOTT 'red > '. * nd mediclnc * orwardcfl cx l ,rea * when
nee and office—Vo. 10 Harrison street, near
Michigan avenue. Chicago. 111. leo-giatzw
riPHE CONFESSIONS AND EX-
X PPERIEXCE OF A
MERTOIIS LTVALID.
PublUhed for thebeneftt and ‘as a caution to rows
men and others who suffer from Nervous DcbiUty.
Early Decay and their kindred ailments—supplying
the meansofself-cnre. By one who has cored lilmseil
■alterbeing a victim of m&placcd confidence in medi
cal humbug and quackery. By enclosing a Post-paid
directed envelop, single oonie* may be had or the
author. NATHANIEL MAYFAIR, Esq. Bedford.
KJnp>connt>-. New Tork. Ja3-zSS9-8m
T'HE GOOD SAMARITAN
_L positively core* Cosmmptton. and diseases
leadlnc lo It. Call «r state your case by letter, with
ptampT Advice free. Delay Is dangerous if you are
dlbcaiod. Thirty-one years practice and experience.
Ko calomel or mercury used. Medicines sent by mall
or express Office and Laboratory 2UI-2 South Clark
BUeet,Chl(»c o . Post Office BOX 77 twiWWIT
deio-yaioam DB.l’EAiJomf.
CTERLING’S AMBROSIA
FOR THE HAIR.
A handsome head of hair It a crown of glory. With
proper care and culture U will last bi a protection to
hie lira! as lone as the nails do to the fingers, or tue
to tiio eyes. CTEKLTKO*S AmLboslA Is
tlic only article yet discovered that will bring abont
the desired result*. It Is a stimulating, oily extract
of root*, barks and herbs, and, aside from Its neatness,
pormammey andgloss.lt Is medically adapted topre
•erve and add to the beauty of the nalr. Tu» ostr
ARTICLE YET tUSOOTEUEP THAT WHO. CURE THE
Disease op the soalp.akd oatjsetheHaieto oeow.
for sale by ’ .
mice; & fui ARP, i« Lake street.
noM-ttl-Sm Agents for Ctdeago. XU.
“OATCHELOR’S HAIR DTE.
■I J The besthi the world.
WILLIAM A BATCHELOR’S
Celebrated HalrDye rrodncee*color not tobedli
tingnlshed from nature-warranted not to Injure the
bafr In the least: remedies them effects of bad dyes,
and Invigorates the hair for life.
OBEY, BED, OS EUSTT HAIR
Instantly turns s splendid Bind: or Brown, leaving the
hairsoftnndbeantimi, Hold tiy sll Brngglsta dc
sir The genuine is signed William A. Batchelor on
the four sides of each box. Factorv.
New York. (late 233 Broadway and 16 Bond.) jy»a?o7-ly
QATARRH! CATARRH!
Dr. Seeley’s Liquid Cqtirrh Remedy,
A sure cure for
Catarrh or Cold in the Head,
It is easier lo cure Catarrh than Consumption, andby
ennug the first wc prevent the latter. Pcrsonsshould
understand that the better way to core consumption Is
to prevent It.
The nvmptoms of Catarrh, as they generally appear
are at first very alight. Persons find they have a cold
and find tiiat tucy nave frequent attacks, and are more
sensitive to the changes of temperature. In this con
dition. the now may (>e dry. or a Blight dlsctiarge. thin
and acrid, afterwards becoming thick and adhesive.
As the disease becomes chronic the discharges are In
creased in quantity, and changed In quality; they are
now thick and heavy, and arc cither col rid ofby mow
ing the nose or else tiicv tall into the throat and are
hawked or coached off. "The secretions are offensive,
caosinc a bad breath; tue voice Is thick and nasal; the
eves art weak. Hie sense of emeu is iew*u*d or de
om Soutli. wlti toU uni clear (irecUoM. Mot By ex
‘“office, 182 Bonth Clark Street, (Up StairiJ
tdiirMs Dr. D. H. SEELY K.
ocll-vUMin roatOfflaeßoiCsl.Clilcago.lll.
CARD TO THE LADIES.
Dr. Daponco’s Golden Fills
FOB FEMALES.
luftUlbls in correcting, regulating, and removing all
obstructions of the “monthly periods” from what
ever cause" and always successful as a preventative,
and the only sure ana reliable medicine ever known
lor all diseases, so peculiar to females, whether mar
ried or single, providing you get the genuine PIUS.
“ Married Ladles" wiu oepartlcnlar In observing ar
ticle ad of the directions. The mgredients of thePHU
clakncd for them.
Price, SI.OO per Box.
Bold In Chicago by “General ■Wholesale Agents.*’
LORD * SMiTE u street.
H. SCOVIL. 76 K—dblph street.
W I). HARRIS. 87 Sooth Water street.
FULLER A FINCH. :w and ac Market street,
J. ITOEMHEU)J» yortji Clark street..
€AL£ BROTHERS. 2C Randolph street.
F & R.M. HOflKEfe, sfi Wert Randolph street
A. B. PATCHED. 1* Wert Lake rtreet _ k
At JEROME. corner of Clark and Adams street
Ladtxs! By Bending eitbee of the “above agents**
*IOO through the Chicago “Port Office*’ can have the
Fills sent (confidentially) by mall, to any part of the
country, “free ol postage.”
If b —Lamas! Be verynarticnlar. Bey nothing
called “Dupooco's Golden nils” hereafter, nnlessyoo
lind the signature of S. D. Howe on each bor, wffich
baa recently been added, on account of the nils having
been COUNTERFEITED. ee36-u7oi-Cm
IMPORTANT TO FEMALES.
X. Dr. Cheeseman’s Pills. . .
Tbc combination of Ingredients la these Pills arc the
result of a long and extensile practice. They are mild
in their operation. and certain in correcting all irregu
larities. Pauial Menstruations, removing all obstruc
tions whether from cold or otherwise. headache, pain
In the side, palpitation of the heart, whites, all nervous
nflectloncThyrtertcF. fatigue, pain in thebackand limbs.
Ac., disturbed Bleep, which arise from interruption of
nature.
DR. CHEESE!KA!PS PILLS
Was the commencement ol a new era in the treatment
of these Irregularities and obstructions which have
consigned so many toarREJtxTCKzoBAVE. Nofemale
ran enjoy good health unless she is regular, and when
ever an obstruction takes place the general health be
clues to decline
BBa CHEESEttAN’S PILLS
Are the most effectual remedy ever known for all coia
niaintß peculiar to Fmin. To all classes they are
Invaluable. zxDfionro. with oeetajxtt. pebiodical
SBOULABcrr. They are known to thousands, who have
used tliem at different periods.throaghoutthecountry.
Laving the sanction of some of the most eminent
Pbtbiciaeb nr Atnauca.
EIPiaaiTBDIBTCTIONe.eTATrKO WUEXTIIETSnorLD
hot be TBEO. with each Box—tlie Price One Doi.hr
PEE Box. containing frdrn SO to 60 Pills.
Pills sent by moll, promptlv, by remitting to the Agent
25 Lake street. Hold bt DKrnnisrsoE.vßEALLT.__
nr Hold in Chicago at manufactor 6 price by LORD
& SMITH. aptoMyr
and
ZYLOBALSAMUM,
The great unequalled Preparation for
Bcatorlnc, ratine, Uenutlfy-
Ing and Drcnlug the Halr }
Rendering it aoft.ailky and clowy. and disposing Jl to
remain in any desired position; quickly cleansing tbe
•acalp. arresting tiie fall and Imparting a healthy and
natural color to the Hair.
IT NEVER FAILS
To Restore Grey Hair
TO
Its Original Youthful Color.
XT IS NOT A DYE,
Bat acts dlrectlv upon the Tools of the Hair, giving
♦them the natural nuorhAment required, producing the
■atuno vitality and luxurious quantity as in youth.
For Ladies and Children
Whose Hair requires frequent dressing the Zylobal
aaniniu has do equal. No lady's toilet
la complete without it.
.Sold by Druggists throughout the World.
PRINCIPAL SALES OFFICE.
198 Greenwich Street, New York City.
ZYLOBALSAMUM
]aSl-z6O4Um-B TAT
QTORAGE. Storage for 25,000
lO l*nrrels of Flour or Provisions, in a convenient
location witiilow rato* ol Insurance.
jocauon. »im. *v« G£<) HvAVKPKfift TIUO..
Jo U-Z& Jm 2 Wlitclcr’a iiuildiu*.
Banking aril) ©ttljangt.
]y£ONEY TO LOAN
On Improved Inside Propertf)
Worth double tfae amount loaned. Most be In earns
sot less than IS.OOO. HIGGINSON A JAMBS.
JaSl-zflOS-im No. 1 dart street.
LD. OLMSTED ‘ <fe CO.,
• Corner Of Lake asd Lasalle streets. Chicago.
Negotiate Loans on Bond and Mortgage*.
t3T None but tint-class real estate securities taken.
soac-uns-iy .
YfERCHANTS’SAYINGS LOAN
JjJL & TKCST COMPANY.
CAPITA!. • • $500,000.
UENKV FABKAM. FTesX G, A SMITH. Yico-Prt»X
r. per. bay and Mil
Excliance and Coin, and receive money on deposit,
pav interest thereon when left a epecifled period; will
receive money for accumulation, when left fora term
of yean; and receive and execute Tbust from.
Courts* Corporation*. Individual* and
Estate*.
Office, corner of Lake and Dearborn streets;
9XSKQTOKB:
J. 11. Dunham, James Goodwin, Henry Farnam
John H. Foster. 11.-K.HoU. H, H. Magic.
P.L. Tor. W.E,Doggett, A. H. Hurley,'
F.H. Cooley. C. H, McGomuck, T. D. Gilbert.
DOOLITTLE, Banker and
DEALER IN EXCHANGE,
4 0 South Clark Street, Chicago, 111
attention given to Collections.
T)ANK OF AMERICA—PubIic
JL> Notice is hereby given, that all Bills or Circulat
ing Kotes of the
“ BANK OF AMERICA,’)
Heretofore Incorporated and doing business in the city
of Gblcapo.underthe general banking laws of the State
of Illinois, must be presented for payment to the Audi
tor of Public Accounts of said state, at his office, in
the city of Springfield, within three years from the
date hereof, or the funds deposited for the redemption
of said notes will be given up to said bank.
Dated tills 20th day of May. A. D.imL
GEORGE SMITH, President,
E. W. Willard. Cashier. Jy2o-g23ttoJei-04
HTHE MERCHANTS, FARMERS
X AND MECHANICS SAYING’S BANK.
52 Clark Street, Chicago, Hl*
Office hours from 10 A.M. to 8 P.M. Also, from SP.
M, to 8 P. M. Tuesday and Saturday.
INCORPORATED IN 1861*
Six per cent. Interest paid on Savings.
Dim:ctona and ottxokbs.
President—S. H. FLEETWOOD.
Vlce-Prca't—K. O. SnsßXAir. Counsel—Wx. C. Gocdt
Vice Prcs't—P.R.Wj:sttaix. Cashier—Stdnsv Mtebs
board or rrianjfxß*.
J.r. Fargo, J. M, Rountree, M. Lewis.
J.R. Jones. T.S. Phillips. S. 8. Hayes.
J. Hclim. Brewer. HevJ>J)nnne.V6.C. S. Dole.
E, 11. Williams. J. G. Glndele. A. H. Burley,
Ed, Hempstead. T. H. Dec be. W, B. Scales.
H. N*. BUliopDJ) J>. A. Gage. Hon. W.B. Ogden.
J.M.W. Jones. W. K. Doggett. seat-uftfl-ly
*yA3S T YLECK & • TUCKER,
4 Broad Street, New York,
BANKERS AND DEALERS
—IN—
Government Secnrities, American Gold, Domes
ticand Foreign Exchange*
j. T. tan tlccr. lanl4-t574-6m] h. a. tucker.
RANKING HOUSE OF
CHAPIN, TTBEELEB * CO.,
Comer of Lake asd Lasalle sts., Chicago, HI,,
Transacts a
General BanMng Business
H. CHAPIN. President.
M.D.Brcm2fAsr. Cashier.
11. Chapin, South Bendßranch, John B. Howe. Lima
Branch, hank of the State of Indiana; A. B. Judson.
Mishawaka, Ind.: C. T. Wheeler. Chicago. D!.; Toltaan
Wheeler, do.; Hiram Wheeler. do. mh26-u253-ly
JQAYENPORT,ULLMANN & Co
EAfJKKks and DEALERS IN EXCHANGE,
BANK NOTES. GOLD, SILVER, AC..
aniraelr iSClark sti. Chicago, m.
J W. DREXEL & CO.,
Bankers and Brokers,
42 South Clark Street, Chicago, HI,
DEALERS IN
DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN EXCHANGE,
Stocks. Bank Notes. Land Warrants. Specie. &c„ &c.
Deposits received. Collections promptly made.
Drafts on Ireland, France and Germany, for sale la
ernes to suit
DRAW OS
BEAD, DREXEL & Co., New York.
BBEXEL Sc Co., Pltiladelplila.
myS-rlta-ly
'J'HE BANK OF MONTREAL,
AGENCY AT CHICAGO,
Is prepared to do a General Banking Business. Buying
and Selling
Eastern and Sterling Exchange,
Discounting PRODUCE BILLS based on shipments,
making
ADVANCES ON STORAGE RECEIPTS,
Re-parable In CHICAGO, or at other points. Receiving
Deioalt* and Collecting Commercial Paper.
delShlSS-ly E. W. WILLARD. Agent.
Q.ILMAN,' SON & CO.,
B^.3STICEE.S,
47 Exchange Place, New Tonic.
Particular attention devoted to Western business.
WssTxnar RvrxßxKoes.—Chapin. Wheeler & Co..
Chicago. IB.; WUoonsia Marine and Fire Insurance
Co. Bonk, Milwaukee; State Bank of lowa and
Brandies; Stats Savings Association. St. Louis.
mblß-otlS-ly
.financial.
pHICAGO CITY BONDS.—We
will pay “
110 AND INTEREST
For any part of fifty thousand Chicago City seven per
cent Bonds. C. C. PARKS & CO., Bankers.
]aSl-z3oi im Corner Lake and Dearborn-sts.
PITTSBURGH, FT. WAYNE &
CHICAGO HAn.IVAT COMPAST.
Office or tux Secretary, )
Pittsburgh. Pa„ January 21th, 1563. J
The annual meeting of the Stock and Bondholders
of this Company for the election of Directors and such
other business as may coiac before it will be held at
tbe office of said company. In the city of Pittsburgh
on the
Fourth Wednesday of February, A. D. 1863.
Tlie Stock and Bond Transfer Books of the Company,
at their office In the dty of Pittsburgh, and at their
transfer agency In the city of New York, will be closed
on the 10th dav of February, and remain closed until
the 26Ui of February thereafter.
feSrCffl-td W. H. BARNES. Secretary.
■RHODE ISLAND CENTRAL
JLIj RANK. RHODE ISLAND.—Pursuant to a decre
tal order ol the Supreme Court of the State of Rhode
Island, the subscriber gives notice that all persons
holding bills of the
RHODE ISLAND CENTRAL BANK,
Murt deposit the same with him at his office. No. 25
Wryboecet street. Providence. K. L. on or before the
first day o£ Augusts A. D.I9CS, In order to be entitled
toanv dividend that may be declared ont of the assets
ttatddßank.
JAMES M. CLARKE. Receiver.
Providence. R. 1., Jan. I7th, 18G3. fe2-xC34-6m
frgal Notitts.
'TTHJSTEE’S SALE.—Default Imv
-X. log been made by Carlisle Mason and John Mc-
Arthur in the payment of their promissory note, dated
January 2Clb. 1S&8. for the snm often thousand dollars,
payable to the order of Jason McCord, five years
from the date thereof, with interest at ten percent..
]>ayal>le semi-annually, there being now doe and in
sircar the snm of nine thousand six hundred dollars
on said note. , „ ,
Now.thereforc.upon the application of said McCord,
the legal owner of said note, and in pursuance with
the powers in a certain Trust Deed of even date tliere
with, executed by said Mason A McArthur, and their
respective wives, to secure the paygment of said note,
which deed was recorded in the office of the Recorder
of Cook county. IlUnoli.ln Book 49 of Deeds, page 422.
I, L. C. Paine Freer, the Grantee and Trustee Jn
In aald Deed, will on the second day of March, A. D„
iso, at tec o’clock In the forenoon of aaiddar.at the
North door of the Court House in tbc City of Chicago.
Conntv and State aforeaald. sell at Public Auction for
cash to the highest bidder, the premises and Real 6s-
Inteconvcyca in and by said Deed of Trust described
as lot No. one (1) in Block Ho. thirteen (13) in the orig
inal Town of Chicago. City of Cliicago, County of
Cook aforesaid, excepting therefrom a parcel ef
said lot In the Northeast corner thereof, fronting
twenty (SO) feet on Canal street and eighty (40) feet
i on Carroll street, or so much thereof as may bene
; ccs&ary to make the money dneon said note.
1 L. C. PAINE FREER, Trustee. Ac.
[ Cliicago, January 90. ISO. 3a2Jz52«-td
■\T OTICE —To creditors of Henry
HOWLAND A CO.
State of Illinois, Corxrv or Coos. as.
fceperior Court of Chicago In Chancery.
Hvmr Dotvvs. Henry Howland, David F. Chase
Rotwtll Carter. John Owen, William Peter. Hugh
Main r. the Merchants' Savings Loan and Trust Coia
piit v, Ikvlllo R, Holt and Daniel Montague.
Pursuant to the decree entered in above cause om
(he 2;ih day of December. A. D. 16C2. public notice Is
h'Tcl v civt-n to all general creditors of the firm of
Hci.n Rowland A Co., heretofore doing business at
Chicago Illinois (the »l*ove named Henry Howland
and Henry Doty comprising said firm) to produce and
prove theirclftlmsngalnet said firm before ire. one of
the Mi-rt'-rs of earn Conn, at my office. No. 39 South
Clark street. Chicago Illinois, within two months
from the date of this notice. IRA SCOTT,
Mrrt'TlnChanccrvoftbe Superior Court of Chicago.
Dabd Cliicago. Jannsry 26th. ISO. Ja23-tISM-15t
'THE ‘UNDERSIGNED, Receiver
I of Th« Artisans’ Bank of the City of New York,
in pnrFuar.cc of an order of the Supreme Court of the
slate ««f Neff York, granted on the 2Uh day of July.
IHS win sell at Public Auction, on the fifth (sth) day
of March ltd. bv Gilbert A Sampson, Auctioneers, at
the North door o*f the Court House, in the City of Chi
cago State ofHUnols. commencing at 12 o’clock noon,
the following described real estate, formerly belong-
InctothcMidtheArtlaana’Dank: ~ ,
Lota one (1) to twenty (20) inclusive. In block five
(s)iu Archer’s Addition to Chiftago. Mtuate, lying, and
being In the City of Cliicago. Connty of Cook, and state
of HllnoU. and known as “ the Douglas property.
Tl,c terns of KJe art CMI.. nE^Ry c TANNE „
HeceJrer of Ibo Arttom' flank. City ofNew Tort
• Ciiase. Plena A Manson. Attorneys ! __Jal3ja3_t£__
©as fitting onb plumbing.
D. MoFARLANE’S
Cas, Steam Fitting and
PLUMBING ESTABLISHMENT,
61 Ltsalle street, Cliicago,
DEALES IK
gas nxmiEs asd ieos fcbxitcbe,
Practical Plumber,
And Manufacturer of
All KINDS OP STKAOT KOBE.
TO THE TRADE
Tl.cTn.dj enrolled will, tool, and cvtrr article in
sss-ta* asT
in ond HU Eaa'WMliliigtoD atrooL
Salt.
CALT! SALT! SAL V T!-The Sub
lO scribers, Aomt ros umuor ra«
CELEBRATED SAGINAW WORKS,
Offer Balt In lot* to salt purchase's, for Imaiellate or
future dellrcrv. at Hie lowest corrent rates.
69 bags Salt retre for sale hr
CELPCER ft TIIOKKK.
nos ySSI -3ax 104 So atli Water street.
arijicaiga tribune.
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12,1863.
THE GREAT DEBATE OVER THE BILL
FGR ARMING NEGROES.
mOELUTE MD LOVEJOY,
lItmXiNDEX AND KELLY.
We have already published the speech of
Dunn, of Indiana, on the bill for arming ne
groes to fight against the rebels. Speeches
were made also by Wickliffe,-Crittenden and
Wadsworth of Kentucky, May of Maryland,
Wright of Pennsylvania, Thomas of Massa
chusetts, Maynard of Tennessee, Pendleton
and Cox of Ohio against it, and by Stevens,
Bickmanand Kelly of Pennsylvania, Lovejoy
of Illinois, Divan of New York, Trlmblo of
Ohio for the bill. The bill finally passed the
Honsenltcr several day’s continuous debate,
by the strong vote of ayes 88 to nays 55. We
have room for only a sketch of Wickliffe and
Crittenden’s speeches and Lovejoy’s and Kel
ly’s replies, as reported by “Agate” of the
Cincinnati Gazdif.
MB, WICKLTFTE’S SPEECH.
Mr. Foricr of Indiana offers an amend
ment, removing an objectionable feature;
and Mr. Wickliffe, who was going to eat,
drink and sleep here till the 4th of March,
but concluded not to, gets the floor.
Theo]dfellow,butforhl6 crabbed air and
testy manners, isn’t a bad speaker. He has
huge experience in public affairs; and if he
could only forget that he was once Governor
of Kentucky, and once a. member of John
S lev’s cabinet, and could understand that,
er all, wisdom won’t quite die when he
does, he might have some influence, in spite
of his scarcely-concealed sympathy with the
“ Confederates,” as be politely calls them.
As it is, he is always listened to. No clown
in a circus ever made half so much fun for
his auditors as does this haughty old Ken
tuckian for his opponents in Congress.
A few words will sum up bis speech:
This negro regiment business has boon tried
by a man—General limiter—in South Caroli
na, at enormous expense. He liad hardly
armed them till 200 ot his men deserted, ajid
stole the Government rifles. Mr. Butler, in-
New Orleans, tried it. and this Congress is
going to- give him a sword for it, Twigg’s
bword has been disgraced. It is right it
should go to Mr. Butler. A Mr. Thayer
wants td colonize Billy Bowlegs’ lauds in
Florida, and wants these Colonel Sambos’
regiments to protect him and his St, Louts
Germans there. How ore you going to ex
change these niggers when they are taken
prisoners? Do you suppose you can exchange
a white Southern prisoner for one?' No.
your niggers will get shot down and you will
nave no redress.
All this with a scornful and disdainful air,
that would be most provoking If it were not
most ludicrous. Put him on u stump before
a crowd of the faithful, and it would have
been a capital speech for stimulating their
zeal against the Black Republicans—in the
Congress of the nation it is simply laughable.
The old gentleman tes ily refuses all efforts
to ask questions or make explanations. “You
kept me up too late hist night to answer
your questions this morning.’’ The crabbed
refusal is worth remembering as we go along.
MB. LOVUOT’S REJOINDER.
Like an ancient and venerable bull when a
red rag is thrust before bis eyes, Mr. VVick
liffe always commences pawing and bellowing
whenever Mr. Lovejoy comes in bis way. And,
to do the latter gentleman foil credit, be isn't
xery £ir behind. Each serves os the red rag
to stir the other up. Lovejoy never says any
thing Wickliffe don't feel called upon to an
swer; "Wickliffe never gets ofi one of his
offensive, arrogant speeches without being
goaded to madness as he sits down, to see the
broad grin with which Lovejoy invariably rises
to poke fun (and pins') into hfnt.
To-duy, as always. Mr. Lovejoy is true to
the rule. He is on uis legs and claiming the
floor, almost before Sir. Wickliffc's closing
sentence has been uttered. Everybody
laughs, and turns to listen.
lie begins, gradually, mcasnredly, in de
nouncing the factions opposition to this
bill. Pretty soon Mr. "Wickliffe gets a blow,
and the very first one brings him to his feet,
begging permission to Interrupt! The gen
tleman from Kentucky has been consistent as
well as persistent, for from the first outbreak
of this rebellion every note and speech of his
Las proclaimed that he would rather see the
Union perish than slavery injured.
The first cut has brought blood. Mr.
Wickliffe roars out something in response in
accents so enraged os to show that the words
reached the quick. Lovejoy instantly re
torts, “ Will the gentleman say now, if one
must necessarily be lost to save the other,
which would he save, slavery or the Union?’’
Wickliffe, instead of answering, tries to par
ry the.thrnst, by asking a question or his own,
to which Lovejoy promptly hurls back an an
swer, and renews his demand. Wickliffe
makes no reply.
Soon Lovejoy touches on Wickllffe's con
temptuous way of speaking of Hunter and
Butler, and his courteous allusion to the trai
tor Twiggs; and coolly adds, “Oh, sir! afel
low feeling makes ns wondrous kind!” The
House and galleries (by this time crowded)
roar, and wickliffe, springing to his feet with
unusual vigor, exclaims, “ThcgcntlcmanwUl
allow me— ’’ “.No, sir,’* says Loveioywith
emphasis, “not unless you'll answer the ques
tion tasked yon!" “well, go along! The
country knows you, and it knows mo tool"
“Yes, that’strne,thank Godforit," returns
Lovejoy in his blandest tones and with his
most provoking smile.
In a moment lie has touched the raw again.
The gentleman has said that the command of
negroes has demoralized Bntler. If so short
contact has had such serious effect, what must
be the result of a life-long command of a
plantation of them? Another question.
When Robert Small took a rebel vessel out of
Charleston harbor, would the gentleman have
received that “Southern property" from the
hands of that “runaway nigger ?" “Just as
soon as I wbnld receive any thing from you"
spits out the ancient gentleman with his most
offensive emphasis. There's another illus
tration," philosophically remarks Lovejoy,
turning to the house, as’if he were lecturing
on natural histoiy, and found the gentleman
from Kentucky an interesting specimen,
“there's another illustration of the degrada
tion this thing works!" And the roars of
laughter seem like so many nettles In the
uneasy scat of the irate defender of slavery,
“But," continues Lovejoy, “it would be
really pleasant fo have an answer. Would
the gentleman have sent back that runaway
slave to his master ?"
“I’ll answer no more of your questions/’
roars Wickliffc, like a sulky schoolboy.
“ The gentleman from Kentucky shows
more wisdom in refusing to answer my ques
tions than he has manifested on any occasion
since he has been a member of Congress I”
And ngnin the laugh is against the testy Ken
tuckian. '
Pretty soon Lovejoy is at him again. “ The
fcntlcman sneers at the aid of these Sambos,
would like to see some of these Democrats
ont in the stream, sinking forthe third time,
and a block man on shore throwing a rope to
him. I would like to sec the Democrat that
would push it away I” “And,” he tartly adds,
as chuckling over the decided point subsides,
“when ‘Col. Sambo’ drew him ashore, he
wouldn't be doing half as good service as if he
were shooting rebels!”
The ponderous frame of tbc haughty old
gentleman from Kentucky quivers with rage,
and the crabbed wrinkles of his face work re
sponsive. This is goading on to madpess;
but he began the game himself, and he can’t
complain if he is beaten in playing it.
The imperturbable “radical” continues:
“Would I arm negroes 1* Ay, sir, not only
would I arm negroes, but \ would arm mules
and make them shooting machines to kill
rebels, it I could.”
He is interrupted from another quarter. A
portly Indianian, in the back part of the ball,
of commanding presence, and a fine, thinking
face, to whom Wlckllffe had refused permis
sion to speak, would like to make a lew re
marks right here. “ Certainly, the gentleman
can have ten minutes of my time,” and with
a courteous wave of the hand, the radical Mr.
Lovejoy yields the floor to the conservative
Mr. Dunn.
[We have already published the capital and
telling speech of Mr. Dunn.]
He drives the last bolt home with a blow
that rebounds in applause through the
chamber and galleries, and with courteous
thanks of the gentleman from Illinois, resumes
his scat. IJelias spoken but ten minutes, but
he Las covered the whole ground, and made
the best apeccb of the debate.
The gratified Republicans throng aronnd
him to grasp his hand and tender their con
gratulations. “That was glorious, Dunn,”
“Toncouldn’t have done better in a whole
afternoon, Dnnn.”
A general turning of smiling faces toward
each other over the Republican side of the
Hall, a general half-whispering exchange of
“ that was capital, wasn’t it ? ” and “ bully for
Dunn, it’s a glorious blow, aud from just the
right quarter: ” and the members turn again
to hear the witty lllinotshm conclude paying
his respects to Sir. Wickliffe.
The first blow “gets home” again oh the
sorely bdabored Kentucky Copperhead. “I
wanted to ask the gentleman another ques
tion, but I have worse luck with him than
Balaam had with the dmuh animal he be
strode.” Wickliffe’s lacc works savagely,
and tbe House galleries roar. “Of course the
employment of negroes would saVe some
white blood on our side, I have wanted to
ask whether he thjnks these negroes too good
to be used to save this white blood? ”
And so he goes on, goading the old slave
driver deeper and deeper at every thrust until
the liammer falls.
Mr. Diven of New York, makes an ultra
conservative Republican speech in favor of
the bill—with amendments.
Little Mr. Samuel Cox makes a speech. It
is not quite tip to his average. The little gen
tleman Is generally smart—“smart” is the
word that exactly describes his performances.
Kobodv cvcrthought of accusing him of force
ordeuth, but he is generally smart—qulte
smart, like precocious children* To-day he
hasn't had Ume to s'udy up bisjokea, and
makes a dull speech - -against the bill, of
course. Once he loses temper at some rather
provoking interruptions from a Minnesotian,
and becomes abusive —in which ho is quite
blmarif again.
mb. Chittenden's speech.
Alittlc clamor of “Mr. Speaker” from all
{tails of the Hall, a dozen gentlemen leaning
brward and waving bills and papers at the
Speaker to catch his eye; a few raps from the
iravcl: the Speaker announces the “gcdtlc
man from Kentucky,” and from alf sides
members cluster around the honored figure
of John J. Crittenden. , ' ~,
With a graceful bow and a courteous half
deprecatory wave of the hand to tlie disap
pointed aspirants for the floor, the veteran In
public aflaire bcjrins. ,
The outer semblance of Crittenden is here,
words bUU come, in tho old familiar phrases,
responsive to the biddings of the Intellect;
but the to!cc can scarcely be heard orer half
the Hall—the Arc is gone out—ho is a weak
Oldman.
Like*other old men, he repeats himself. It
1b the same speech he lias periodically made
for the last year or two—bat half changed to
adopt it to the subject of debate. Of course
he opposes the bill. He has all the proud,
haughty feelings of the Kentuckian; he be
lieves in blood, and, as he says, with a flash of
the old epirit.he stands up forms race against
all others. It would be unworthy of a great
people to rely on slaves for their own defense.
Sparta and Athens were warlike communities,
but they kept their slaves, even white slaves,
in their proper servile positions. Catalme, in
all the depth of h|s depravity, even Cataline
scorned to ask slaves to fight his battles.
Shall we become baser than they ?; • |
That is the key-note. We need not follow
him. The flame is weak and flickering—some
times it flashes up with all the old brilliancy
—but on the whole it is painful to listen to
him, and remember him in other days.
He speaks proudly of what a free loyal peo
ple like our? can do; begs that we will not
lower the proud title of soldier by permitting
slaves to wear it', falls into the old complaint
■ of-his earlier years against the Abolitionists;
and as his hour expires, resumes his seat. ’
JUDGE EELLY DESPONDS.
Another clamor of “ Mr.' Speaker/* and “the
gentleman from Pennsylvania’.’ is announced
as the combatant next to enter the arena.
Strangers scan his face curiously and look
disappointed. What business has that man
to tty to follow Crittenden ?
Not bo Cist I If there is a “singed cat” In
the House, Judge Kelly is the man. Care
lessly dressed in a business suit, with an out
side breast pocket crammed full of papers,
with a presence, that nobody notices; with
reddish-brown, coarse looking whiskers that
half conceal his face, hair like that of Trad
dlc’s, very rebellious, and coming down on*
Ms lorehend to within an inch of. his eyes—
this is the las* man yopT»ift& ph& out to fol
low anybody on the offer side.
But everybody on titC'floor seems preparing
to listen to him—let ns do so, too. He be
gins : •
Sir, this is. in my judgment, a hnmauc nnd wise
provision for hastening the settlement of the war
now pending; hut gentlemen on the other aide
find In it an instigation to servile insurrection,'the
degradation of our army, and a blot upon our leg
islation and history which no future glories can
wipe out.
■\Vhat a voice! and what a manner! Call
this common-place? Why, Forrest might
envy him I
He goes on, touching successively the ar
guments that have come from the other side
of the chamber. Thus be of one: .
Why should It uot be done ? Is the life of the
negro more sacred than that of the white man?
Why should not American Africans encounter the
power of the enemy in the muierla of the swamps ?
Why should yonr son, and my brother, and onr
friends die that the negro may live ? I do -not es
teem him one whit belter than ourselves, nor do I
deny that he is our equal in rights before the great
God, our common Father, and in the great forum
where absolute Justice prevails. He is not butter
than we, and should share the dangers and sailer
lugs of tills war.' . t
And again:
So gentlemen strive to defeat this hill because
theyueem it important that the rebels shall hare
a better supply of labor than wc ? They all know
that every white company recruited takes our la
borers from the field, the mine, the workshop ?
So they not know that our power nt home is im
paired in the ratio of the powerand consistency of.
the regiments or divisions ? Has not their whole’
policy been to deprive us of labor, of strength at
heme, of character, and to secure to our enemies a
supply of labor to maintain them, while they cut
our throats, and rob the graves of our soldiers tbat
they may moke trinkets for ladies' girdles of their
bones?
And again:
Why, cays the learned gentlemen from Ken*
tacky, (Crittenden) even Catiline refused to cm*
ploy elarcs in war. ’ Catiline, sir, was a bad man,
a base man, a rebel; but how infinitely glorious
be stands beside tbc leaders of this rebellion, if
the gentleman's statements and impressions be
correct, for they have done, from the start, wbit
be tells ns Catiline was not base enough .to do—
brought their slaves into the field against their
brethren. 1 hare been calling them Catilincs. i
beg the pardon of the shade of Catiline for associ
ating his name with those of villains of so much
deeper dye.
And once more:
The gentlemen from Kentucky (Crittenden)
smoothly commenced by saying: “It Is true these
gentlemen, by sedulously • studying history, liave
discovered a few cases in which the negro has
served faithfully in military matters. 1 ’ By sedu
lously studying history! lias the gemlcnianever
heard tlmt there is an empire called British India ?
If he has, I tell him that a race blacker than the
children of our rebel brethren, black as the stock
from which they got them, won for England Brit
ish India. Does the gentleman’s historical read
ing all antedate this century? Docs ho not know
that in the last glories which crowned the valor of
European arms, the Torcos were honored by all
their companions in arms forthc skill and reckless
courage with ■ which they led every forlon hope ?
and these Tnrcos had not enjoyed the christianiz
ing influence for 200 years of American slavery
They were the fresh material of which onr slaves of
lighter hue arc made. Where, let me, as the cham-
El on in this contest of a down-trodden race, ask
im—andl will give him the remainderoftbe ses
sion to answer—have arms ever been placed in
their bauds, and they brought fairly into the field,
and failed‘the power which relied upon them. I
ask for a single Instance.
He is speaking at an unfortunate hour;
everybody is wearied, alike with last night’s
watching and to day’s protracted discussion,
but he fixes attention to the last, and closes
the day’s debate.
EtieOP£AA' OPUVKKf.
Xlte English Press on tho Battle at.
Mnrfrccftboro.
[From tho Times, Jan. 21st.]
If hard fighting—continued through several
days, with a heavy loss in killed ana wounded
—constitutes a great battle, tho engagements
between Murlreesborojmd Nashville may rank
among the chief military events of the Amor*
lean war. If decided success is required to
give such a conflict historical importance, that
clement Is wanting to the actions in which
the rival armies were engaged during the last
days of the old year and the first or the new.
But something has been gained. The deter*
minatlon with which the Federal troops con
tinued to advance and attack, after their scrl*.
ous repulse ou the 29th of December, when
the operations begun, speak well for their
qualities as soldiers.
From the description of their endurance
through tho severejlatigue of live successive
days of action in. the face of a skillful enemy,
who should infer that the Union troops in
Tennessee are composed of better men titan
the regiments recruited from the great East
ern dues. The/ seem to have shown more of
the “ real grit” of the Western American
than has been displayed in the campaigns' in
Virginia, Eye witnesses have described tho
conductor some of the Union divisions at
Fredericksburg In terms not flattering to tho
military qualities of a large portion of the
Great Army of the Potomac. Nothing of the
same kind appears in the accounts of the re
cent actions in Tennessee. Here the Union
regiments teem to havo been of better stami
na and spirit.
They also bad the advantage of going into
action without the discouragement of pre
vious defeats. They had not acquired the fa
tal mistrust of their commanders continued
reverses always inspire. Aud it Is possible,
though the details are too imperfect to war
rant a decided opinion, that the Confederates
wero nat led with the military skill of Lee and
Jackson.
[From tho Bully News Jan. 21.]
The Btako for which Roaccrans contended
was indeed great, And the resolute manner la
which he persisted in fighting is worthy of
all commendation. Haa he been defeated, ho
must have been utterly ruined. * Nashville
was bis nearest depot, and even there It is
doubtful whether he could have maintained
himself; for not only would Bragg have been
enabled to cut him off from the North, bat
the Confederates, by restoring communication
with the East, would hnvo been enabled to
draw any quantity of reinforcements from
Richmond and Virginia.
Nor Is this all. The defeat of Rosccraas
would have set Bragg free to act against Grant
in the Southwest, and that portion of Grant's
army which is now engaged before Vicksburg
would have been* taken in the rear by the
Confederates. As matters now stand, the
whole of Tennessee is in the hands of the
Unionists.
But JRoßCcrnns knew the men under Ills
command. The armies of the West arc filled
by the elite of the American people. Those
who have traveled in that country know that
the Great West is filled with tbe most enter
prising of the emigrants from the most intel
ligent and active of the Eastern States.
They arc the strong yeomen of Illinois and
Wisconsin. They have a fervid passion for
liberty, and come what may, they are deter
mined that the great ontlet of the Mississippi
shall remain in their hands. It is to be re
membered that throughout this war these
Western armies have suffered few, if any, de
feats. Even-Beauregard, when opposed to
them, was not able ter stem the torrent which
threatened him. It is certainly a remarkable
circumstance that Rosccrans should have per
sisted In tbe straggle for three days, bat his
resolute prudence Is justified by the fact
Unit in the end the Confederates were forced
to retreat
THE MUEDEB OF NEGROES AT MURFHEEE
BOUO.
[From the Daily! News, Jan. 21.]
• Tho wanton murder, near Murfreesboro, of
twenty negro teamsters, who were In the ser
vice of the Unionists, appears to be taken as
a matter of course by the advocates of the
South in this country. tVc must presume
that they know their friends, and see no rea
son to bo surprised. And yet there arc cir
cumstances in this case which should make
them anxious for a reputation with which
they have so far involved their own.. These
negroes were not killed in the pursuit of any
military purpose. They were not in
the battle field; they were not mak
ing armed resistance. They were on
the turnpike-road, driving their wagons,
when the Confederate party came up. The
train which they were conducting was cap
tured, and it was after that object had been
gained that the negroes were taken out and
shot in cold blood.
It is important to notice that this butchery
was perpetrated not lu some corner of Scces
ela, by agents out of the reach of authority
or public opinion. It was the work of offi
cers of the great Confederate army of the
West, under the orders of Gen. Bragg. There
was nothing in the attitude of the negroes to
make a sudden resolution necessary; we must
therefore assume that their murder was the
effect of a previous determination.
Wc forbear to anticipate the apologies that
may be offered for tliis atrocious slaughter of
men who had committed no crime to deserve
death. Travelers who have visited the slave
States say that if ever England should recog
nize the south, and come Into close intima
cy with its people, we shill be astounded at
the character of those whomwc have chosen
to patronize. It seems that wc have not to
wait for that, contingency. The inevitable
hour when the true issues of this war were to
be disclosed, has come, and the South unfurls
the black flag—its own flag—accordingly.
jgyjt is a matter of profound gratification
to learn that Vallandigham, the Copperhead,
is not a Yankee, ns lias been charged through
the press. The Columhus (Ga.) Sim, which
ought to know, Bays he is a Marylander by
birth and education, and consequently a great
loycrof the negro— ai a s!jw,
v S>PI
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pounds pcrsqoarclnch, tobo determined by testlngspc
chucnst nken from the sinking head of the gun. and
from a cylinder cast from the same heat, and from metal
of the same quality, as that from which the gan is cast.
Tills cylinder Is to be cast on end. in dry sand moulds,
and is to be 72 Inches high, with an elliptical base of 2i
Indies greater and 16 Inches lesser axis. The speci
mens arc to be cut from the ns head, and a slab. Iff
Inches thick, from the cylinder by planes parallel to.
and cqnl-dlstant from the axis of the cylinder, ana
the lesser axis of the base. 4 kAI
The Ordnance Department *ni test the specimens,
furnish the ammunition, and prove the trial gun,
which mast bo ready for trial as soon as possible, and
not later tlian three months from the date of the con
tract. No contract trill bo riven, nor will the trial
gnu be paid for. unless It shall endure a prooi of 1.000
roueds. with sendee charges of powder, of which 200
rounds will he wltb solid shot, and 890 rounds with
shells. The testing 1* to bo clone free of charge to the
contractor, bat he will be required to furnish proper
facilities tor testing, such as. convenient ground,
storage for ammunition, a batt In which the projec
tiles will be embedded and saved, and the requisite
force for handling and firing the guns. All the cannon
are to he made of the same Quality otlron ns that of
the trial gun. and the Ordnance Department Is to have
the right to test the Iron daring the process of fabrica
tion of the cannon, for which purpose, the founder Is
to tarnish; free of charge, at least one specimen from
the head of each cannon, and slabs from cylinders, os
before described, at the option of the Department, not
to exceed one for ever}* ten cannon. Each cannon U
to endure t lie regular proof and Inspection for guns of
the same calibre; and noneareto be received or paid
for bat inch as arc approved after Inspection and
proof, which will be received at the foundry whore
made. Bidders will state the numbers and calibers of
the cannon they propose to tarnish on the foregoing
specifications mid conditions; the place where they
are to be made; the time of commencing delivery, and
Use rate of delivery per month, thereafter, and the
S rice per pountj or per gun. for the finished cannon,
’o bids will be entertained unless from f.mndera
actnally engaged in the business, evidence of which
must accompany the biu.
Failure to deliver at the specified time will subject
the contractor to a forfeiture of the amount to be de
livered »t that time. Each party obtaining a contract
will be required to enter Into bonds, with proper sur
tics, for its foithtal fulfilment - and a transfer of the
contract to another party will cause its entire-for
feiture. Bidders will bo required to file with thelrblds
a bond In the penal smn of not less than (30.000, signed
by not less than two persons, conditioned that If the
bid Is accepted the bidder shall comply with his pro
posal and faithfully andlnlly perform what be proposes
to undertake. The bond most be seknowted oefore a
Judge of a court of record, and the bondsmen mast
be certified by the Judge of a District Court of the
United States, or an Ordnance oiUccr in charge of a
United States Arsenal to be each worth the penal sum
of the bond over and above all liabilities. The right
Is reserved to reject all proposals If the prices are
deemed too high, or if for any cause It U not deemed
for the public Interest to accept them.
Piorpsals will be sealed and addressed to M General
J. W. Binley. Chief of Ordnance, Washington, D. C..”
and will no endorsed “P.-oposal^fo^Hea^^CapnoD.”
Brigadier General, Chief of Ordnance.
J«3l-z5974ws tat
Proposals for flank
HOWITZERS. jgT
Ordnance Office. Was DkpautnSTt, )
Washington. January 27th. 18SJ. f
Proposals will be received at tills office until (o'clock
P. M.. on the 2llh of February next, for furnishing one
hundred, or less. 21-poander cast iron Howitzers for
flank defense. These Howitzers weigh, when finished,
about 1.476 pounds each, and dramiugs exhibiting their
dimensions can be seen at tb's office, or at the united
States Arsenals. They are to be snbject to the regular
United States Inspection and proof, ami none are lobe
received and paid for except such as pass inspection
and proof, and are approved by a Lnlted States In
spector, to bo designated by this office. Payments will
bo made on certificates of inspection and receipts, to
be given by the Inspector, and forwarded to this office.
bidders will state the number of Howitzers they pro
pose to deliver (not exceeding one hundred.) the place
of manufacture and delivery, and the price per pound,
for the finished Howitzer; and no bid will be enter
talned unless it be fromafoundcr regularly engaged
In the business, satisfactory evidence of which must
accompany tbcbld. Any bidder obtaining a contract
will be required to enter into bonds; with not less than
two similes. In the penal snm of ten thousand dollars,
fortlicfalthfulfolfilnent of his contract Inall respects.
The bondsmustbc acknowledged beforoa Judge of a
court of record, and the bondsmen must be certified
bv the Judge of a District Coart of the United States,
or an Ordnance officer In charge of a United States ar
senal. to be worth tbs penal sum of the bond over sud
above all liabilities. . , ,
The right la reserved to reject all proposals If the
prices are deemed too high, or If. for any caa*c. it Is
not deemed for the public interest to accept them.
Proposals will be scaled and addressed to “Brigadier
General James W. lUolqy. Chief of Ordnance, Wash
ington. D.C..” and will be endorsed “Proposal for
flank Howitzers.” . J.W.RtPLET,
brigadier General Chief of Ordinance.
Ja3l.zSSB-tw.BTtT
"VTIGHT SCAVENGER.-Charles
.Iv Kunz will attend to the cleaning of Vaults, Priv
ies andthe removal of offensive matter of all descrip
tions spoiled meats, dead animals. Ac., 4c. Rainwater
cisterns cleaned and purified. All work attended to
with promptness and dispatch, aal at hoars most suit
able. IVat office Box HiV JaUx&ln
If
f-pt;
Commission JHtrcljants.
CAML. HOWE,
cosmnssioiT nincmirr,
148 8. 'Water-st., Chicago, 111.,
Solicits conslpmnunt* of Grain. Floor, Pork.Lanl,&c.,
&c..10r sale, or orders to purchase Will make ad
van'.es on consignments to be held here or shipped
East. 1a29-g*tt*3m
Hawkins, smith & co.,
GENERAL
€OIS:fI2SSIOX MEKCIIAXTS,
And Dealers in
HIDES, WOOD AND FURS,
Jatl-ztG-lm yp. 15 LasaHe street, Chicago.
LITTLE & CO.,
COJEMSSION MERCHANTS,
Sell or purchase Flour, Crain, Seeds, Pork, Batter,
Larj, in ifji. j-ronn Corn. tc.
Warehouse ..SJi&ouih Water street, Chicago, m.
VTM.LITTLE. [JaA vT-U-Sml Q. ». s*o<-*T.
CAMPBELL BROS.,
\J ' PRODUCE AND
Commission Merchants,
185 North Klnzle street. Chicago, 111. P. O. Bpx
A.ST.J.CAItPUKLL. | O. IE. O-OtPHSIX.
References—Pollard & Doane. William Blair* To..
Ball, Klmbark & Co.. Day, Allen & Co_ Ladd* Wil
liams. Davis. Sawyer * Co. de3d-ySTO-S«a
pENISTON & CO.,
comunssioN biebchants,
LIVERPOOL.
Rbfzeskczs:—Messrs.Fage.Rlchardson & Co„Bostoa.
Middleton * Co., New York.
• Snow & Burgess. do.
Johnston * Bayley, do.
Cash advances made on consignments of Provisions
Flour, &c.. to the above house By
HENRY MTLWARD.
del6-yIM-!y • 18 Lasalle street. Chicago.
PEARCE & CO.,
COIOnSSION AND PRODUCE 3IERCHANTS.
Advances win be made on shipments to Woodruff &
Co.. New York, and Henlng & Woodruff. St. Louis.
Office 2M South Water, corner of Wells, (up-stabs.)
dt£-xSB7-Sm
AKIN & CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
ISO South Water street. Liberal advances made on
Flour. Grain and Provisions, to be sold here or by
WM. A. BROWN* CO., NewTork.
A. AKIN. J. H. ntrULBUT.
MOULTON & CO.,
-LTX PRODUCE
conmxssioN merchants,
For the sale and purchase of Flour. Grata. Seeds
Hotter Cheese, Eggs, Fruits. Hides and Provlaons.
novßt-zl£2 Sm 2H Lake St.. & 2G5 B. Water St., Chicago
M. TURLAT & CO.,
coamissiON ittehchants,
And Dealers in Sorghum.
dclQ-61-ly ITO Sooth Water street, Chicago.
IVfcCOMBIE & CHILI),
i.TJL PRODUCE
conmissiON merchants,
Wo. U 'Water Street, New York.
Retbrexceb:— Goodrich. Willard & Co..fit. Loots.
Mo.: J.H. Oglesby, Esq..do.: Alonzo Child. Esq„New
York city; E.B.j'ay, Jr., Boston, Mass.; Willard &
Child. Chicago, 111.; Munn 3c Scott, do.; Oglesby &
Macanlcy, New Orleans. La.; Com Exchange Dank.
New York City, , oc3-a9osHsni
J. AXES. SCCOMBIR, . D, ALONZO CHILD.
COHmsSION RUSH CHANTS,
Particular attention given to orders for Floor, Grain.
Wool, &c. Liberal advances mode on consignments to
Buffalo. New York, Bostonand Montreal.
Warehouse 82 and 81 South Water street, Chicago, BL
j. zjtoro. [se23-u533-ly r. e. oinss.
TTNDERWOOD & CO.,
\J GENERAL
conmissioN ttceuchants,
OFFICE and WAREHOUSE—I 27 South Water sL. op
posite '‘Board of Trade" Building. Je2-Iy
p, L, CVDESWOOD. B. I>. CNDZBWOOD.
skx. w. rypEawoop.
A LBERT MORSE & CO.,
-£X tPBODITCE
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, .
No. 166 South Water street. (Aiken's Building.)
Chicago. Illinoia.
DfEualnesa confined strictly to
[aoZTtftg-ly] •
'J'ODD, DEXTER & CO.,
GENEEAI COMMISSION M ENCHANTS,
IB South Water-st.. Chicago. 111.
JAMZS TODD, W. W. DHXTKB, BABTWZZX LINCOLN.
tlc9-iS>Mmj
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
139 South Wateratreflt. Chicago, 111. Liberal advances
made ou property in store. Eetjerkvceb. —Cooley,
Farwell & Co.. O. C. Cook & Co., Gray. Phelps & Co.
chas. b. yxßWKix. [niy2l-rC37-lyj emzoN fabwkll.-
TV/TUKKY nelson & CO.,
JLT_L No. 211 Sooth Water street.
Glre their exclusive attention to the purchase, sale,
shipment and making cash advances on Grain, floor.
Provisions and Produce of all kinds,
For a Commission.
MCBKY KBLSOK. B. B. BTBVBN3.
T>EDFORD, MEREDITH & CO.,
J-> EXCLUSIVE
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
For the purchase and sale of Fork, Stock, flour .Grain
and produce generally. No. 226 and 213 Sooth water
street. Chicago. 111. JalMy
QAAYTER, WALLACE & CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
47 Broad street, New York.
Advances made on Consignments to the above firm
by TtM. AITCIIISON. Jr., Agent. 153 South Water
street. Chicago. mhTnSTt-ly
M. EUKKIIOUSER & CO.,
coaranssioN hebciiants,
2I6>J South Wstor street'.
Ja2o-kG36-ly
QILBERT, UPDIKE & CO.,
COHIfIXSSION ITrERCBLUiTTS,
No. 14 Lasallc street. Chicago.
STANABD. GLLBKirr is Co.. No. 5 City Buildings,
St.Lonis. mylTO-ty
O. J.OILHBBT. O. W. UPDIKE. B. O. BTAXABP.
rj.RIFFIN' BROTHERS,
CODIBfISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 5 Pomeroy’s Block, comer South Water and Clark
streets. Chicago. Advance* made on consignments.
r.r.sßtmx. [mhjj’cij-iy] a, griffin.
JJICE FAY & CO.,
coannssiON hebchikts,
No. 12 Lasalle street. Chicago. 11l P. O. Box 1518.
Give their exclusive attention to the purchase and
sale of Flour. Grain and other Produce, on Commission.
BICK FAT. T. P. HAWKINS, JA9. H. WOODWORTH.
au2H*6My
dopartncrsljip.
r T'HE FIRM OF POPE & SLO
JL CUM was dissolved on the first Instant. Either
member of said firm b authorized to sign the name of
the late firm In liquidation. GCOBGE G. POPE.
# E.F. SLOCUM.
E. F. Slocnm. In retiring from the firm of Pope*
Slocum, solicits for the new firm of George Q, Pope a
continuance of the patronage so liberally usstowedon
the late firm. E.F. SLOCUM.
■VTOTICE OF LIMITED PART
NERSIUP.—George O. Pope, of Chicago. Illi
nois. and Anna F. Pope, of New Bedford. In the conn
tv of Bristol, in the State of Massachusetts, have this
day entered Into a limited partnership: the said
George G. Pope Is the general partner; the said Anna
F. Pope Is the special partner. The name of said firm
Is George O. Pone. The special partner has centrum
- ted the sum of Fifteen Thousand Dollars In cash to
the capital stock of said firm. The place of business
of said firm la the city of Chicago, and the business of
said firm Is dealing at wholesale and retail In Lamps.
Oil and Burning Fluid, and general merchandize con
nected wltb the same. Said partnership commenced
on the flth day of February, A. D. 1863, and terminates
on the hth day of February, A, D. 1966.
GEORGE G. POPE,
ANNA F. POPE.
Chicago. February 9. 1863. foll-zaSHw
Dissolution. —The co-partner
ship heretofore existing under the name of
BOOTH & CRONE. Is this day dissolved by mutual
consent. C. W. BOOTH.
January Ist. ISC3. JULIUS CRONE.
The General Commission business will bo continue'!
under the name of Orrln F. Booth & Co.
ORRIN F. BOOTH,
feS-zRGB-aw C. W. BOOTH.
COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE.
Mr. Henry W. Fuller Is this day admitted os a
Jartner in onrboslness. The style of the firm win be
oiler. Finch & Fuller. FULLER & FINCH.
Chicago. Feb. 2.15C3. fe3-z6aMm
JPULLER, FINCH & FULLER,
31 4. 20 MARKET STREET, CHICAGO,
Wholesale dealers In
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils,
WINDOW GLASS, DYE.STDTTS,
And Manufacturers* .Articles. •
F. F. & F. Invite the attention of the trade to their
large and carcfullyselected stock: respectfully solicit
ing a continuance of the liberal patronage heretofore
bestowed on tlds house. fW-zCIO-lni
pO-PARTNERSniP NOTICE.
\_J —On the 13th Inst., was admitted as a member of
our Ann, WM. .1. POPE, recently and during the past
el* years, with Messrs. Davis, Sawyer & Co., of tills
chv. The name and style of the new firm will be
SHERMAN. HALL & POPE, after this date,
SHERMAN & HALL. 9T S. Water street.
Chicago, Jan. 31st, ISO.
SHERMAN, HALL & POPE,
[Successors to Sherman & Hall. Established A. D. 137%]
GRAIN. PRODUCE AND FRUIT
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Warehouse, 97 South Water street, Cldcago, DU
Cash advanced ou consignments for home or East
ern markets, fe2-z639-3ni
X. C. KHtuHtV. J. B.gALL. WM. J. POPE.
WD. HOHGHTELING,
• (Successor to Williams 4 Uonghteling.)
PEODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANT,
2101-2 Water street. Chicago. Illinois.
Ja9-y917-3m |
OD.P ARTNERSHIP.— I The under
signed have this Uaycnteredintoa co-partnership
for the purpose of conducting a General Shipping. Pro
duce and Commission Business, under the name of
MATHER. CLARY 4 CO. Ofllce la Ewing's Block,
mvthek
Chicago, Jan. 19,1863. STKPHES CLABV
LtICIKN' T. 11A11CL.VY.
©rottrus.
r()A HLF. CHESTS TEAS.—A
dUU full assortment of new crop Greens and
Blacks, embracing all grades of Yonng Hyson. Hyson
Skin. Gunpowder. Amperial, Twankay, Oolong. Ac*
arriving Mil l j- s pnKEf & HA2fKET.
71 South "Water street.
KAA BAGS COFFEE.-Rio,Mar
t)v v acalbo and Costa Rica, fair to prime, arrlv
lag and far pirKiS * BANKET.
71 South Water street.
9KA HHDS. NEW ORLEANS
SUGARS.—Common to choice la store and
for sale by PARSONS, PITKIN * HANLEY.
71 South Water street.
KA TONS TOBACCO-Of reliable
t) V/ and standard Kentucky brands, la boxes, half
boxes and caddies; also, fins out clieinng snd smok-'
ins of approved manufacture. Is barrels,half barrels,
4cL forsalo at currentrotcsby •
sa * PARSONS. PITKIN & HANKKT.
• au7 tsM ly 71 South Water street.
Jitanrontt.
of tie coalition
op tux
JETIfcfTA.
Insurance Company
On the Ist dayot January. A. D. IW3. as required by
(he laws of the State of Illinois.
The name of the corporation Is
CostPA2fT. located at Hartford. Conn.
The capital is Fivtxks Huxured Thousand Dot
zJuas, anuls paid up.
ASSETS. - „ . .
Far Market
Value. Value.
Real Estate unincumbered ,
Cash on hand and In Bank. 154,35X25
Caehlnthehandsof Agtsaadlntran
Mo SJlKSt ß .rr.."fh“”W U.TM.OO
•• 11.TW.00
Mortgage Bonds, 6 percent., aemlan
uuaiinterest 100,000 106,160.9}
Rochester City Boads.Tpcrccnt.,scml- •
annual Interest 25,000 37.500.00
Brooklyn City Bonds,6 percent., semi- -
annual interest 15,000 23,500.00
Hartford City Bonds, 6 per cent., semi- ' • ■
annuallotercst 63,000 63,660.00
Jersey City Bonds, 6per cent.,semi- •
annual Interest 25,000 15,000.00
Mllwankrc City Bonds, 10 per ct.,seruJ- k tw% m
annual interest.....
New York City Bond?, 6 per ct.. qnar- „ ~,
terly Interest... 73,000 83,j00.00
United states Stock. 5 per cent., semi* _
• annnallntemd .205,000 183,600.00
United States Stock. 6 per send- _ - • .
annual Interest; . 123,000 123,13^.00
United Stales Treason Notes, 7-30 per
cent., semi annual Interest 57,300 53,302.75
United States Certificates of Indebted
coss.6 per cent.,lntcrefitaccnicd.,loo,ooo 101.50.00
Kentucky State Stock. 6 per ct.. semi
annual Interest 10.000 10,000.000
New York State Stock. 6 per cent;
quarterly interest 31,000 37,300.00-
New Jersey State Stock,* 6 per cent.
semi-annual interest..-..; 15,000 15.150.00
Ohio State Stock, 6 per cent, semi an
mtal Interest....;. 100.000 115,000.00
Micidgan State Stock, 6 per ccnt^semt
anneal interest 25,000 26,000.0
ladLma£tateStock,3Kperccnt M semt- -
annual interest 76,000 17,130.00
Connecticut State Temporary Loan, 5
and 6 percent 100.000.00
500 snares Hartford aud Now Haven
Railroad Company Stock..; 50,000 77.500.00
250 Slmres Conn, rarer R.K. Co. Stock 25,000 26,500.00
107 Sliarca Boston and Worcester Rail
road Company Stock 10.700 11,143.00
50 Shares Conn, fclrer Co. Stock. 5,000 1,290.00
50 Shares Citizens’ Bank Stock, Wat-
erbory. Conn
50 S!it res Stafford Bank Stock, Staf-
fbrd Springs. Conn
86 Shares Eagle Bank Stock. Provi
dence. K.f. 1,500 1,838.00
200 Shares Revere Bank Stock, Boston,
Mass 20,000 20,600.00
100 Shares Salety Fund Bank Stock.
Horton. Mass 10,000 10,100,00
200 Shares Bank of the State ofMo„St,
Louis. Mo 20.000 10.000.00
100 Shares Merchants Bank Stock, St.
Louis. Mo .7?.... 10,000 8.000.00
200 Shares Mechanics Bank Stock, Bt.
Louis, Mo
Louis. Mo
400 Shares Fanners and Mechanics B'k
Slock. Philadelphia. Pa 20.000 22.000.00
140 Sbarea Aetna Bank Stock, Bart* _
ford. Conn... 11,000 11440.00
100 Shares Bank of Hartford County
Btock,Bartford,Conn 5,00q 4,600.00
10Q Shares Charter Oak Bank Stock,
Hartford. C0nn....; 10,000 9.700.00
200 Shares City Bank Stock, Hartford.
Conn 20,000 21,400.00
275 Shares Exchange DankStock,Hart*
font Conn V. 13,730 12,925.00
410 Shares Farmers & Mechanics Bank
Stock. Hartford. Conn 44.000 50,160 00
500 Shares Hartford Bank Stock. Hart-
ford.Conn 50.000 63,000.00
100 Shared Merchants and Mannfhctnr*
er9BsnkStock.Uarlfbrd.Conn... 10.000 10.000X0
800 Sharca Pbcenlx Book Stock. Hart
ford. Conn.. 30000 30.000.00
Sso Shares State Bank Stock.Hartford.
Conn ; 25,000 31X50.01
150 Shares Conn. Elver Bonking Com.
Stock. Hartford. Conn 7XOO 0,750.00
400 shares American Exchange Bank
• Stock, New York City. 40,000 38,100,00
300 Shares B*k of America Stock, New
York City 80,000 StXOOXO
800 Shares Broadway Bank Stock, New
York City 20,000 28.000.00
SCO Bharesßotchersand Drovers Bank
Stock. New York City 20,000 24,000.00
100 Shares City Bank Stock, New York
City 10.000 12.000.00
100 Shares Bank of Commonwealth
Stock. New York City 10,000 9.000.00
300 Shores Bank of Commerce Stock,
New York City 20,000 19.000.00
100 Shares Hanover Bank Stock. New
York City. 10,000 8,700,00
300 Shares Importers and Traders B'k
Stock. New York City. 30,000 80,600.00
100 Shares Mercantile B*k Stock, New
York City 10,000 12X00.00
200 Shares Market Bank Stock, New
York City 20.000 19.000.00
120CShare» Mechanics Bt Stock, New
York City 80,000 82.100.00
200 Shares Merchants Exchange Bank
Stock. New York City. 10,000 9,500.00
400 Shares Metropolitan Bank. Stock.
Now York City. 40.000 42X00.00
830 Shares Merchants B'k Stock, New
York City 41,000 40X90.00
400 Shares Bank of Manhattan CorapY
Stock.New YorkClty 20,000 26,000.00
800 Bank Sloek, New
York Clto
200 Shares North Elver Bank Stock,
NewYorkClty 10.000 10,000.00
SCO Shares Bank of New York Stock,
New York City 30,000 SUOO.OO
200 Shares Bank of North America
Stock. New York City 20,000 20,000.00
200 Shares Bank of EepnbUc Stock,
New York City . 20,000 20,000.00
400 Shares Ocean Bank Stock, New
York City 20.000 17,000.00
400 Shares Peoples Bank Stock, New
York city. 10.000 9,500.00
500 Shares Pnenlx Bank Stock, New
York City A 10.000 10.800.00
400 Shares,union Bank Stock, New .
York City...:. 20.000 21.W0.00
120 Shares N. York L. Insurance Co.
Stock 15.000 26.250.00
100 Shares United States Trust Com’y
Block. 10.000 11.000.00
$2,633,110.59
LIABILITIES/
The amount of Liabilities, due or not due, to
Banks or other Creditors None.
Losses adjusted and due None.
Losses adjusted and not doe $1,400.00
Losses unadjusted, in suspense, without
further proof, contested or trusteed 177,639.77
All other claims against the Company ore
small.forprlnUng, &c.
Agents are Instructed to take no risk exceeding
Twenty Thousand Dollars, without special permission.
The greatest amount Insured in anyone City. Town
Village or Block varies, and depends upon the con*
etrnctlon. materials and the means of arresting tires.
TIIOMAS A. ALEXANDER. President.
LUCIUS J. SENDEE. Secretary,
Uasttobb, January Ist, 18C3.
STATE OF CONNECTICUT, HARTFORD COD.fXr,
89—Hartford, January Ist, 18C3.
Personally appeared before me Hejtrt Fowlbb, a
Jnstice oflnePeace.dnly qualified!© administer oaths;
Tuoxas A. Alkxanpeb. President, and Lucius J.
Uekdex. Secretary, and made solemn oath, that the
foregoing statement of the assets and condition of too
AETNA InoUBAS* COXPEXTI* ITOB.
! HENBT FOWLER. Justice of the Peace.
[original.! .
Certificate to expire on the Slst day of January, 136*.
Auditor's Office, State of Illinois, >
' Springfield, January 26.15®. ) .
Whereas, TboActna Insurance Company. located
at Hartford, in toe State of Connecticut, has filed In
this office a statement of the condition oflls affairs, os
required by” An Act to regulate toe Agencies of In*
snronee Companies not Incorporated by toe State of
Illinois,” approved Feb. 14.1555, andan act amendatory
thereto, approved Jan.22,lST. and whereas said Com
pany has famished satisfactory evidence that it Is pos
sessed of the required amount of capital Invested in
stocks and mortgages, and bos filed In this office a writ
ten Instrument signed by the President and Secretary
thereof, appointing Garden S. Hubbard and Charles H.
Hunt, of Chicago, Us Agent for the transaction of the
business of said Company, and fully and unreservedly
authorizing him to acknowledge service ofprocessfor
and on behalf of said Company, consentlngtuat service
of process upon Idm, the said Agent, shall he taken and
held to be as valid as If served upon the Company, and
waiving all claim of error by reason of such service..
Now therefore, in parsuance of the provisions of the
nets aforesaid, L Jesse K. Ouhols, Auditor of Public
Accounts of the State of Illinois, do hereby certify that
the said Garden S. Hubbard and Charles U. Hunt, of
Chicago, Is authorized osan Agent for the said Com
pany, to transact the business of Insurance In this
State until the thirty-first day of January. In the year
eighteen hundred and sixty-four, so fir ashomay be
legally empowered so to do oy said Company.
t , In testimony whereof I have hereunto sub
-1 seal. 1 scribed my name and affixed the seal of my
t'rf'v'*. 'office at Springfield, this 26th day of January,
A. D. 1863. JESSE K. DUBOIS, Auditor i*. A,
HTTBBAED & ill)Til’, Agents,
Ho. 1 Loomis 1 Block, comer of South Water
and Clark streets.
fe3-262Mrams
JJOME
INSURANCE COMP’T,
OTP NEW YOEK.
OFFICE|No«. 112 A: 114 BROADWAY.
Cost Capital, -"T~. . . $1,000,000.00
Assets, Ist July, 1862, - - - - $1,685,679.16
liabilities, $57,826.33
ABSTRACT OF THE EIGHTEENTH SEMI-ANNUAL
STATEMENT.
Showing the condition of the Company on the Ist day
Of July. ISO*.
. assets;
Cash, balance In Ban* f113.t39.C6
Bonds and mortgages, being first lien on real
estate 815.653.53
Xoansonstocks!pay’abieoudo'mand'('mariet'
value of securities. 162,030.00) 115.TG0.31
United States and other stocks (market va1u0).3(W.5M,00
Beal E5tate.................. iy/ . G0.20T.55
InterestduconlßtJnly.lSfS. (of which $34.
lG234bas since been received) 27.50.57
Balance In hands of agents and la coarse of
transmission from agents, or Ist Jnly, (of
■which $14319.72 has since been received).... 59.021.71
Bills receivable, (for premlams on Inland
risks) .. +4,012.07
Other property, miscellaneous Items 10,09734
premiums due and uncollected on policies Is
sued at oliice 1.32639
Total..
Claims for losses outstanding on Ist July, TS.. t07.45d.52
Daestoi&lioldersonaccoantfonnerdmdenda IftO.oß
CHAS. J. MARTIN. President.
A. F. WILMARTU, Vice-President
Jons McOnz. Secretary.
MILLER * WHiMABTII, Agents,
Jal t-kSId-ly 150 South Water street. Chicago.
Paper illarcljonse.
PAPER WAREHOUUSE.
ROCK RIVER
Paper _ Manufacturing Company,
Manufacturers of and dealers la
PBINTINGFAFEB,
PRINTING PAPER,
PRINTING PAPER,
PRINTING PAPER,
BOOK PAPER,
BOOK PAPER,
BOOK PAPER,
WRAPPING PAPER,
-WRAPPING PAPER,
* WRAPPING PAPER,
7S Randolph. Street.
Having unsurpassed lacllltleswe arc prepared to fur
nish all common sizes of
3Pxint Paper, Boole Faper, and
"Wrapping
to order, and to manufacture on short notice uncom
mon sizes and weights.
RAGS WANTED.—We always pay the highest mar
ket price for rags, rope, paper shavings, papers, 4c.. In
cash. PaiUcs In the country can remit to ns and be
sure of getting the market price remitted promptly.
Address Rock River Paper Manufacturing Company,
72 Randolph strect.Chlcago. Jau-zltl-Im
pAPER.
■ PIONEER PAPER WAREHOUSE OF
BUTLER & HUNT,
48 STATE STIC EE T.
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers loan kinds of
Coarse and Fine Papers. Envelopes, Cards. Card and
Straw Boards.Paper Bags. Printers* Ink. &c.. 4c.
gycash paid for all kinds of Paper Stock. mh2-ly
•fllilitarg ©ooi)3.
“DUCKSKIN GOODS.—The best
1) stock In town and lowest prices. Army Gloves.
Officers* Gloves. Farmer's Glove*; all kinds of Gloves,
for men and boys. _ Sutlers and dealers supplied la out
Quantity. MILITARY GOODS.
Wholesale and Retail at reduced prices.
B. R. BOWEN. 20 Clark street, ( np stairs, lover OfCrtha
I UoiUd States Express Ofllso, ,
Ktal ®etatf.
JpOR SALE.
AVENUE PROPERTY.
123xiu feet on Wabash avenue. Just south of Rio
S™2!l 0 street. This ia a cornet lot, and will be said
ibrap per toot, ea*i».
2po feet on Douglas avenue. corner Monterey street.
This fine residence property ha* a Lake view and tue
ro“ j'.v. ss s :erer s,ri et -«« P"
,'£>%£«***, to MTRO.S- t rawctia
Xj'ert?S AND TOWST PROP
WANTED.
“,»larce stock of CHOICE GROCE
HIES, which I will exchange tor ono half real estate
and half cash. Also, a
Large Stock of liquors and Cigars,
to exchange for one third cosh and thcbalance In good
lands. Address.l. A.DANIELS.Cox 1J3.0r cnllatSU
South Water street. fei tast-lm
~y ALU ABLE FARM
FOR SALE.
I will sell on the moat favorable terms, my farm, sit
uated three miles northeast frumLoda. a nourishing
Tillage on the 111. Cent. K. 8,. 100 miles south of Chi
cago. The Farm embraces 920 acres of Prairie, and 40
acres of timber land. Some ten miles of po*t and
board fence enclose and subdivide the farm, SOD acres
of which have been under cultivation for five yean.
There are two capacious dwellings, two barns, a grana
ry. corn crib and orchard. About 130 acres are In Tim
othy and clover. The Farm Is well adapted to stock
raising, or to the culture of corn, wheat, sorghum,
flax, or any other crop that matures In Central Illi
nois. The land la rolling and of exhauatless fertility,
andgreat present and greater prospective value, ly
lag. as It does. In one or the moat rapidly Improving
poiUonsof the State. Not beluga practical farmer,
and having other business In bond, I will soil the
whole together, or In two equal parts, at SIH per acre
for the farm proper, and S3O per aero for the timber. 1
will sell also. COO acres of prairie land,of the best quail
ty. lying from 2to 4 miles from Loda. Nt froms3 to »U.
In quantities ofSO acres and upwards.Tltles direct from
Government to me. Forfarther particulars address mo
at Chicago.
fell-xbte-St r.’E.COBET. Box 1055. P. O.
TOWA LANDS FOR SALE
X CHEAP FOR CASH.
In Sioux county, 13.000 acres at SO eta per acre.
.In (Vllrlen " 13.000 “ •• SOcts ** “
In Palo Alto “ 10.000 M “45 eta “ **
In Pocahontas ’ 10.0*0 “ •• 45 eta ** '■
Inßnena Vista 20.C00 “ *• SOcts ** "
In Emmett •** 1,000 *• “SOcts •* “ •
Titles perfect, abstracts. itc„ to show. Address Box
,5. Chicago. 111. felO-xSiLSt
pOR SALE,
BUSINESS A2TD RESIDENCE PROPERTY,
Two three-story Dwelling Houses near Michigan ave
nue, north of Twelfth street.
One two-story Dwelling Bouse on Wabash avenue,
near Twelfth street.
A nice Dwelling House and Lot 50 feet front, on Wa
bash avenue, near Old street.
A very desirable Residence on Prairie ave„near Old-si.
A three story Brick House on Michigan avenue, north
of Madison street.
Ono two-story House, with fifty foot lot on Old street,
near State street.
A neat Cottage on Adams street, near Jefferson street.
With 29 foot lot.
A Brick Warehouse, 31$ story, 63x150 feet,on Clark-st.
One handrrrt feet on State street, north of Madlson-st.
Five tWO-Btory HOOSCS on Madlauu and School atcMta,
near Desplalnes street.
One two-story House on Fourth avenue, near Harri
son streets
BUILDING LOTS.
A corner Lot so feet front, on Prairie avenue, north of
Rlngold Plnce.
Fifty icct on Michigan avenue, near Old street.
50x190 ft on Calumet avenue, near Rio Grande street.
800 ft on Calumet avenue, near Rlngold Place.
66 ft on Wabash avenue, near Madison street.
23 ft on Michigan avenue, n«»r Harrison street.
123 It on Monroe and Adams sta.. opp. thoHlgh School.
90ft on Adams street, near Wells street.
RIVER’
ISO ft on Clark street, between Twelfth street and
North street.
ISO It on the river, near Ogden’s Slip.
100 It corner Archer Road and Ogden's Slip.
Also, a variety of cheap lots u the different Divi
sions of the city, and several blocks near the city
limits suitable for subdivision.
APPLY TO
JAMES Sc SPRINGER,
Boom N0.13 Metropolitan Sloolc.
[tea-zfIST-twl
JfOR SALE—
An Improved Farm in Warren
County, Illinois.
Said farm consists of 160 acres and the Improvements
ofaone story and a half brick house, large bam and
out-buildings.
Its handsome location and convenience to a good
market, being within about seven mile* of Prairie City,
its fertility of soil, and the low price at which It will
be sold oner a line opportunity to any one In quest of
a good form.
For raising stock this fhrm la very valuable, a por
tion being naturally adapted for grazing—and having
on It several living springs of wafer. _
For particulars address J. F. COMSTOCK. Bt. Louis,
or apply to Ezra Smith, Esq., of Prairie City.
Terms easy. Jais)-z531-lm,
FOR SALE—Lands. To all want-
Ing Farmt-Large and thrivlngsettiementof Vine
land, nuldcumste. THIRTY MILES south Of PUI»-
delplJa by railroad, RICH SOIL.
’ Produce* Larger Crops,
Twenty sere tracts at from |ls to s*o per acre, payable
within four years.
GOOD BUSINESS OPENINGS-GOOD SOCIETY.
Hundreds are settling and making Improvement*. Ap
ply to CHAS. E. LANDIS. Post Master, Vineland.
Cumberland County. New Jersey. Letters answered.
Papers containing full information will be sent free.
de3-x7Bl-Sm
A RARE CHANCE—The sub
serlber has for sale a large piece of Land In the
South Division, within the city limits, which will bo
sold at a bargain for cash ana very short time. To
any one wishing to make an Investment of-about
fOO.OOO In unimproved land for subdivision, this pre
sents a rare opportunity. For particulars apply to
GEO.M. HIGGENSON, southeast coruerSonth water
and Clark streets. No. i Wheeler’s Black, up stairs.
Jonas xsofrirw
•DEAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
XX SSSO.OOQ worth of City Property and Lamls.l n
lowa, belonging to the estate of Antoine Le Claire,
deceased.
IN THE CITY OF DAVENPORT.
La Claire mock, of brick, lour stories, 330 feet front,
containing a hotel, two pnblle balls, ten first-class
stores and several offices.
Post Office Block, of brick. 60 feet front, four stories,
containing the Post Office, two stores, six offices, and
large upper rooms. The above property I* the most
desirable In the city, all leased, and will bring a huge
nett Income on an Investment.
Twenty Brick and Frame Dwelling Houses In dif
ferent locations.
100 choice building lots: one lot of 17 acres adjoining
the railroad depot and bridge, fronting on the Missis
sippi River; two lots of 50 acres each, one lot of 25
acres, one lot of 30 acres, and one lot of 12 acres, all la
the City Limits.
* A]6o,hon»c*andlotß, vacant lots and outlets. In the
City or Le Claire. Scott county.
Houses and lots Id lowa City. Johnson County.
20.000 acres Improved and unimproved farming lands
near the line of the Miss, and Mo. Kallroad.
The above property is offered for sale, to close the
estate of the late Antoine Le Claire, at such prices as
mast prove a profitable investment to the purchasers.
For prices, terms and further particulars, apply to
GEO. L.dAvenpokt, Executor, or JOBS’ t. COF
FIN, Land Agent. Davenport. lowa. JalT-zITS-tm
Knilroatis.
ISS3. THE ISSS.
PEHHSYLVAHIA CENTEAL E. E.
825 miles Doable Track.
la order to keep pace with the demands of the travel
ing public, the managers of this popular route have
added many improvements during the year 1383. and
with Us connections. It will be found lu oil respects A
FIRST CLASS ROUTE to aU the Eastern cities. The
track is stone ballasted, and eitirely free from dost.
THREE DAILY TRUSS FROM
PXTTSEUEGH TO PHILADELPHIA
(with close connections from Western Cities.)
All connecting direct to New York, THROUGH PHIL
ADELPHIA. and close connections at Harrisburg for
BALTIMORE AND WASHINGTON.
From Pittsburgh to New York, one train runs daily,
(130 miles.) via Allentown, without change of cars, ar
riving In advance of all other routes.
SEVEN DAILY TRAINS FROM
PHILADELPHIA TO HEW YOEK.
Tickets for sale to Boston by boat or roll Boat Tic
kets good on any of tbc sound lines. Fare to all points
as low as any route.
Sleeping Cars on night trains to Philadelphia, New
York and Baltimore.
Baggage checked through and transferred free.
FREIGHTS.
By this Route Freights of all descriptions can be for
warded to and from I’hiladelpbla. New York. Boston,
or Baltimore, to and from any point on the Railroads
of Ohio. Kentucky. Indiana. DUaols, Wisconsin, lowa,
or Missouri trr Banco ad dibkct.
The Pennsylvania Central Railroad also connects at
Pittsburgh with Steamers, by which Goods can be for
warded to any port on the Ohio. Muskingum. Ken
tucky. Tennessee. Cumberland. Illinois. Sllsalsslppl.
Wisconsin. Missouri, Kansas. Arkansas and Red Rivers,
and at Cleveland; Sandusky and Chicago with Steam
ers to all Ports on the North-Western Lakes.
Merchants and Shippers entrusting the transports
tlon of their Freight to this Company, can rely with
confidence on Its speedy transit.
THE RATES OF FREIGHT to and from any point
. In the West by tbe Pennsylvania Central Railroad abb
at am.mas as batobablb as ■>*« coabobd st ora*
EE SAILBOAT) COMPANIES.
52r*Be particular and mark packages "vtaPehh'b
CBHTBAI.It. R.” _
For Freight contracts or Shirking Directions, apply
to or address either of the following Agents of the
Company-
D. a: STEWART. Freight Agent. Pittsburgh.
CLARKE & CO., Transfer Agents. Pittsburgh:
H. W. BROWN & CO., Cincinnati. Ohio.
R. C. MKLDRUM & CO- Madison. Indiana.
J. E. MOORE. Louisville. Ky.
W. W. AIKMAn A CO.. Evansville. Ind.
R, F. SASS. St. Louis. MO.
CLARKE a CO.. Chicago. Illinois.
J. H. McCOLM. Portsmouth. Ohio.
McNEELY & MONTGOMERY. Mayesvlllo.Ky,
W.U. a E.L.LANGLEY. Gallipoli*. OHIO.
U. S. PIERCE, a CO.. Zanesville. Ohio.
.9U555.G79.16
KH. HUDSON* Ripley. Ohio. *
R. C. MELDBUM, General Traveling Agent for the
South and west.
LITE STOCK.
Drovers and Farmers will find this the moat ad van
ageousroute Tor Live Stock. Capacious Tarda well
watered and supplied with every convenience bare
'>een opened on this line and Ita connections and every
attention la paid to their wants. From Harrisburg,
where will be round every convenience for feeding and
resting, a choice la offered of the PHILADELPHIA.
NEWYORK and BALTIMORE MARKETS. This will
aieo he found the ahortest. nulckeat and most direct
route for Stock to New \ork—[via Alieau»*oj -mO
with fever changes than any other.
ENOCH LEWIS. Gen’l Sup’t. Altoona. Pa.-
L. L. HOTTPT. Gen’l Ticket Agent. Philadelphia.
H. H. HOUSTON. Gea’l Freight Agent. Philadelphia.
Ja3-y743.1v
Bust ness darts.
/pOBURN & MARKS,
vy AMERICAN AND FOREIGN
PATENT LAWYERS Sc SOLICITORS,
Office, No. 11 Larmon Block. Chicago, m.
Offices established at Washington. D. C„ in 183 P.
•* •* London. England. In 18®.
•* *• Paris. France, in 1860.
*• . M Vienna, Austria, In isfeu *
Circulars containing fall Instructions to Inventors
sent gratis on application.
girwestem Inventors will please address us at
Chicago. Post 0 til co Pox W3. Jal3-aO-lta
WAR CLAIM. OFFICE' OF
T T LEAVITT * WRIQHT.
03 Clark street, Chicago, Hl>,
Will pros* cate claims for Pensions. Bounty ana Prize
Money. Arrears cf Par. &c. Attorneys for drawing
Pension Money from thcChlcago Agency, Application
may be made by mall. Ja»yßss-2m
T?NOCH -WOODS,
JLi (Successor to CHAS. A. EATONJ
ISO LIES STREET,
r Sams, nr
Gum, Sportlnc Apparatus* Flulling-
Tackle, Pistols, Bowie Knives,
AND MILITARY GOODS,
Powder and Shot.
AT WHOLESALE AND EETAIL.
aiC-uSOMy
JJRKEST PRUSSIKG,
BEAL ESTATE AGENT,
O Larmon Bloch, Chicago, Illinois.
Loans negotiated on real'estate security,. jyLsGlO-ly
J S. EIRE & CO,
SOAP AND CASDLE HiXCFiCTPKEES,
And dealera In Rosin. Soda Ash.Tallow. Tallow OlI.Ac
18 & 20 River Street, Chicago*
au7-g514-Iy . j •
nUD KKWS FOR. TEDS' US'.
VJ FOBTUWATB.
Tic Lon; Songkt At Hamm* «t UN,
Cherokee Injection!
IA The first in the form of a delicious syrup. The
second as aheaUng. soothing, and emollient Injection,
removing all scalding heat and Improper discharges.
B3T* The two medicines combined being complete,
and needing no other medicine to cure the most obsti
nate ease of acute or chronic disease, and is especially
recommended In those eases of Fluor Albas (orWhite*
In females) when all the old nauseous preparations
have failed. . .
tW" These preparations are not only as good as other.
medicines, ittrr thet axepab namtanLUf to* best.
for the simple reason that these never fall to cure la
from oxk to tuber days, while all others do fldl in
many cases.
jy They are unlike every other Medicine prescrioed
for Acute or Cbsoxio Diseases, as they contain no
copabla or mineral poison. The “ CukuoKe* Beheot’*
should be taken Internally, in teaspoonlhl does. It is
diuretic and alterative in its action. It purifies and
cleanses the blood, causing It to flow Is alt Its original,
purity and vigor; thus removing from the system all
impure and pemiclo.us causes which have Induced
ease.
gy By the use of the ** Ckeeoeee REXEDT"and
“ Cherokee lAJxcno&V—the two combined—allxx
proper CISCHBAQE3 ars tooted. and the weakened
organs arc soon restored to fall vigor and strength.
Pr To those who have tried all the various prepsnu
tlona In vain, until they think themselves beyond,tbu
reach of medical aid, we wonldsay: Never despair t
The *’ CnaaoEKE Kemxdy" and “ Cherokee Ltteo-
Tioa" WILL CUBE TOU AFTER ALL QUACK DOCTOR*
HATE FAILED I
gy For fall particulars get a Clrcalar. tree, from
any Drug Store In the conn try, orwritetheProprictor,
who will mail free, to any address, a fhll treatise.
fy Price—" Cherokee Remedy," |3 per bottle, or
three bottles for |5.
jy Pmox—“ Cherokee IsJEcnox." 43 per bottle.'
or three bottles for |3.
gy Sent by express to any address on receipt of
price.
63T Soldby all respectable Druggists everywhere,
Dr,W.R.MERWIN. Sole Proprietor, SSoulh Fourth
Street. St. Louis, Mo
MLakestreet. Wholesale and Retail Agents, and sold
by all Druggists In Chicago. ociti-vW'LstWATeowly
• ••
CONSTITUTION
property;
THE GREAT REMEDY
ONLY KNOWN EEMEDT
AND DISEASES OF TITS
KIDNEYS AND BLADDER.
These Dangerous and Troublesome
Diseases, which have thus far Be*
slated the bent Directed Treat*
ment.can be completely con*
trolled by the Remedy
now before n*S
properties of the medicine direct themselves to
the organs of secretion, and by so altering the coa
idtion of the stomach and Uvor that the starchy
principle of the food is not converted into sugar so
long as the system Is under the influence ot the
CONSTITUTION WATER,
which gives those organs time to recover the!
healthy tone and vigor. We are able to state tbs
the Constitution water has cored every case of Di
abetia in which it has been given.
STONE IN THE BLADDER, CALCULUS.
GRAVEL. BRICK DUST DEPOSIT
AND MUCUS OR MILKY DIS
CHARGES AFTER URL
* NATING.
Diseases occurring from one and the same causa
will be entirely cured by the Constitution Water,
if taken for any length of time. The dose should
vary with Hie seventy of the disease, from twenty
drops to a teaspoouful three times a day, in water.
During the passage ofthe Calculus, the pain and
urgent symptoms, should he combatted with the
proper remedies, then followed up with the Con
stitution Water, as above directed!
DTSMENORBHffiA, OR PAINFUL MENSTRU
ATION, AND IN MENORRHAGIA OR
PROFUSE FLOWING.
Both diseases arising from a faulty secretion of tbs
menstrual fluid—lathe one case being too little,
and accompanied by severe pain; and the other a
too profuse accretion, which willbe speedily cured
by the Constitution Water.
That disease known as FALLING OF TBS
WOMB, which Is the result of a relaxation of tha
ligaments of that organ, and Is known by a sens*
of heaviness and dragging pains in the nack and '
sides, and at times accompanied by sharp lac lust
ing or shooting pains through the parts, will. In
alfcasce, be removed by the medicine.
There is another class of symptoms arising front
IRRITATION OP THE WOMB, which physicians
call Nervousness, which word covers np much ig
norance, and in nine cases out of ten the doctor
does not really know whether the symptoms are
the disease, or the disease the symptoms. We can
only enumerate them here. I speak more particu
larly of Cold Feet. Palpitation of the Heart. Im
paired Memory, Waketalncss, Flashes of Heat,
Languor, Lassitude and Dimness of Vision.
SUPPRESSED MENSTRUATION,
Which in the unmarried female is & constant re
curring disease, and through neglect the seeds of
more grave and dangerous maladies are the result;
and as month after month passes without an effort
being made to assist nature, the suppression be
comes chronic, the patient gradually loses her ap
petite, the bowels ore constipated, night sweats
come on, and consumption finally cuds her career.
LUECORRHCEA, OR WHITES.
This disease depends upon an inflammation of
mucons lining of the vagina and womb. It is In
all cases accompanied by severe pain in the back,
across the bowels and through the hips. . A tea
spbonful of the medicine may bo taken three times
a day, with an Injection of a tea-spoonful of the
medicine, mixed with a half pint of soft water,
morning and evening.
IRRITATION OF THE NECK OF THE BLADDER.
INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS. AND
CATAAKH OF THE BLADDER.
STRANGURY AND BURNING.
OB PAINFUL URIN
ATIN'O.
For thcsTc diseases it Is truly a sovereign remedy, and
too much cannot be said In its praise. A single dose
has been known to relieve most urgent symptoms.
Are yon troubled with that distressing pain in the
email of the back and through the hips? A teas poo Ufa!
a day of Constitutional Water wiu relieve you like
nxosic. -
FOR DYSPEPSIA.
It hasno equal in relieving the most distressing symp
tom*. Also Headache, Heartburn. Acid, Stomach, Vom
iting Food. Ac. Take a teaspoonfal after dinner. Tha
dose In all cases may be Increased If desired, bus
should be done gradually.
PHYSICIANS
Have long since given np the use of buchtt, cube be,
andjunlpersln the treatment of these diseases, ana
only use them for want of a better remedy.
CONSTITTUTIOX WATER.
Has proved Itself equal to the task Hint has devoir
upon It,
DIURETICS
Irilateand drench the kidneys, and by constant tue
soon lead to. chronic degeneration and confirmed
disease.
D.umLLX. Pa.. Jane 3,1903.
Db, Wm, H. Gbbsg—Dear Sir: In February. 98P;
I was afflicted with the sugar diabetes; and lor 11 to
months 1 passed more than two gallons of water ha
twenty-four hoars. I was obliged to get op as often as
ten or twelve times during the night, and In five
months I lost about fifty pounds la weight. Daring
the month of Jaly. IS6L 1 procured two bottles or
Conetltutoln Water, and In two days after using it. I
experienced after taking two bottles 1 was
entirely cured, soon after regaining my asaal good
health. Yours truly.
j. v. ewtet.
TOC. XI. Gxsoo ft Co.
Gents:—l freely give yon Übertv to mate two oftbe
following certificate of the valne of CousUtatloa
Water. which 1 can recommend In the highest manner:
lly wife, who was attached with pain la the should
ers, wholeiengthof the back, and la her limbs, with
or the neart, attended with FaQlag of the
Womb. Dysmenorrnhsea andlnrtetlon. I called %
jiVr Min wbnafrenrtßdlwrnfmTttlrrieiiifiiithe.Tstion
he left tier worse than nawmad ITW— —nlnjod
oneof thebest phyMmr^AhWflniTwThteMftnffftfTnnr '
for abnnt nine months, and--wfc9o w Wflft'ttsderbla
care fho did not b oiler quite 90. moeh pofairhe fin ally
gave her np. and said “ner cose was Incurable.’* £or.
paid le. “she has Kucha combination of complaints,
that medicine glvenforoneoperatesagalnslsomeother
of her dlittculiTes." About tala time, she commenced,
the use of Constitution Water, and to our utter oaton*
Ishment, almpst the Qrst dose seemed to hare the do*
sired effect, and she kept on Improving rapidly under
Its treatment, and now superintends entirely her do*
xnestlc affairs. She has not taken any of the Constitu
tion Water for about four weeks, and we are happy t<k
say that It has oroduced a permanent «nre.
Wil. M. VAN BENSCHOTKN.
_ Mittoej>. Conn., Not. 13th, 1961.
Dh.Wit.iiam H. Gcbgo :
Dear Sir—l have for several years been afflicted with:
that troublesome and dangerous disease—Uhitkl—*
wlUch resisted an remedies and doctors, until I toot
COM&TmmoxWiTKX.andyoa maybe asored thatt
was exceeding pleased with Uk* reamt. It has hhtxilz-
LT ctrKXD mx. and you may make any use of my nama
you may see fit In regard to the medicine, as I have en
tire confidence In Us efficacy,
There is no class of diseases that produce each ex*
baustlng effect* upon the human constitution oa Dia
betes and Disuses of the Kidneys, Bladder and Urinary
Passages, and through a false modesty they ore neg
lectea until they are so advanced as to be beyond the
control of ordinary remedies, and we present the
constitution waxes
To the public with the conviction that It bos no
In relieving the etnas of diseases of which It has been
found so eminently sncccasftil In caring; and wo trust
that we «h*ii be rewarded for our efforts la placing so
valuable a remedy in a form to meet the requirements
of patient and physician. *
POE RAT-g BY ATT. DRUGGISTS Pare*.H.
WM. H. GSEGG ft €O., Proprietors.
Morgan & i-len. General Agents, No. KJ Cliff street.
New York.
WEIGHT & FRENCH,
■WHOLESALE AGEHTS, Chicago, m.
delG-yIM-Cm-T.Taa 63 Randolph street. _
T OKDON EVE AND EAR IE-
Coraer or EioOolph aSu>-«»0'“ “ rßsti - catew *-
or thBBMd ophthalmic n.JSI'M.
lU3-US-S I"®"*-
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jneMrinal,
CHEKOKEE REMEDY
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Compounded from Hoots, Barks and Leaves,
SMITH & DWTER,
WATER
FOR TUB
CONSTITUTION,
AND THE
FOR
DIABETES,
THE CURATIVE
Bead, Bead, Bead*
Boston Cobszss, N. Y., Doe. 27.1801.
FOND STRONG.
THESE ARE FACTS ENOUGH.
(gge gnft <£gr.
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