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Special Notices.
H'HE BEST CHANCE FOR
X CONSUMPTIVES.
Dr. ,1.11. Fci.t nck. of Philadelphia, devotes his at
tention oicinshelr toihe core of Consumption and
the disesi-es which lead to It. or arc usually compli
cated with lt-roch as Dyspepsia. Liver Complaint. Ac.
lie huf been rt.gagid In this line of doty for morathan
tw mty five jeara. and Oh account of this lone experi
ence and the undivided attention he has riven to the
Mtbjrcl. he Is probably better acquainted with all th**
phase* and peculiarities of pulmonary disease than
nr v other man In the United States. Accordingly. the
w;:rt> effected by him appear. In sonic cases, to be al
3..r-t increulme. He UM**hut three medicine*. but
s: ox-care adapted to every pofrible case, and some
times one of tnem alone Is eafficleut. Dr: Schenck's
principal remedy, the PnlmontcSrmp.hafihecn before
thi- public for manv years, with increasing reputation,
irnndcd on Its unexampled success as a remedial
•tp’nt. Dr. Srhenek himself was cured by ihl* raedl
clre. though he was apparently In a dying condition,
su.dhls phvslclao and friends had abandoned all hope
of Ms recovery. Many others have since been re-
Mored. and some of them from a condition equally
bopslew. .When the stomach or llv.-r Is aflectcd,
which 'soften theca sc with consnroptives.thesea Weed
Tonic or Mandrake Pills most be used In connection
w Uti the Pulmonic Byron. The Tonic strengthens the
rippoUtc of the pallet t. and invigorates Ids geaera.srß-
X- m: and if IM* liver is diseas'd, obstructed.or torpid,
the Mandrake Pills are required to b-.nc that impor
tant organ to a healthy condition, which is absolnlely
rrcr-Mfr to i ift'et tbc cure of consumption. The di
rections'which accompany each medicine point ont
w Mel. of the rcmtdlo It to he used. and In what cases
a’l of them an? required.
PchrnrkV medicines are sold In this city, by
&ll Dracclsts and pcalcrt. feM-affJ&St
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Don’t fall to procure
MBS. WINSLOWS SOOTHING SYRUP FOR CHIL.
DRLN TEETHING.. ,
TMsvalnaMe preparation la thf prescription of one
.■fthemoet experienced and fkllllul Nanus In New
England. and haa been u»ed with never falling success
in thousands of cases.
It not only relieve* the child from pain, but Invigo
rate* the stomach and bowels, corrects acidity and
give* lore to the whole system. It will al
u;o«t lastantlv relieve
GRIPING IN THE BOWELS AND WIND COLIC.
And overcome Convulsion*. which. If not speedily
remedied, end So death. We believe It the beat and
Fure*tren:pdyl!illieworld.lnailca«<uof DYSENTERY
and DIARRHEA IN CHILDREN, whether arising
from Teething or from any otner cause.
Ftill directions fornslnp will accompanveach bottle.
None pennlne unions the fac-KlmDe of CURTIS & PER
KINS. New 1 ork. Is on the outMde wrapper.
Sold by all Medicine Dealer*,
Principal Office, 4S Dey street. New York.
I*KICK OVLT 25 CJUTTB PXB BOTTLE. « *
feiC
Y CA.ED
Deafness and Blindness.
DR. UNDER VOOD.OcnIhC and Ahrift, Operative
Burgeon. 121 Randolph street, near thcShcrman House.
Chicago. Illinois.
Dr. U.ha* devoted his professional life to Ophthalmic
and Aural Medicine and Surgerv. and receives monthly
all tl.e new and ingenious Instruments and apparatus,
and tin- different modes of treatment used for the re
l.cf and cure of thoe afflictions In all the Ophthalmic
and Aural Hofr-hal* and Infirmaries of London. Paris,
Berlin and Vienna. He performs all the approved
ardent and modern operations for Deafness. Cataract,
Artificial Pupil, cross Eye. Entropium. Ectroplnm.
Staphvletca, FistulaLachrvmalls. and the removal of
tenors, wens and spurious growths of every descrip
tion. Artificial *Eves and Ear-Drums inserted, and
er-anihiaflons conducted with the Ophtlmlmoscope.
Acriscopc. Otoscope. riiarvupo«cope and Ophthalmic
Microscope Instruments and machinery that brilliantly
Illuminate the whole exterior, interior and posterior
harts of the Eve nnd Ear. thus rcveallng-thc cause and
tntnre of manv diseases of the eve and eawthat have
sUhcrto been thought forever hidden la darkness and
fccpenetrable obscurity. fell-zICS-Ini
THE CONFESSIONS AND EX
JL ITERIENCE OF A •
SEKTOI S MTALID.
J cblUhedforthebencfltnnil as & caution to young
rien and oilier* who suffer from* Nervous Debility.
Early Dceav and their kindred ailment*—supplying
the meansof self-cure. By one who has cured hlm«elf
fU’trbc'ng a victim of misplaced confidence In tncdl
cal humbug and quackery. Uy enclosing a postpaid
dirt-cied crm-lop. Mncle conies may he had of the
unthor. NATHANIEL MAYFAIR. Et-q. Bedford.
KLigscounty. New York. Ja29-z339-S:n
r l - 'HE GOOD SAMARITAN
JL positively cures Consumption, and all diseases
leading to it. Call or state yonr case by letter, with
Ftamp. Advice free. Delay Is dangerous If you are
dl*eaM‘d. Thirty-one years practice and experience.
No calomel or mercuryuned, Medicines sent hy mall
or express. Office and Laboratory 3141-2 South Clark
street. Chicago. Post Office Bor 77. _ •
del? ySIOSm DE. PEABODY.
STERLING’S AMBROSIA
FOR THE HAIR.
A handfomo head of hair la a crown of glory. With
r roper care and culture it •will last as a protection to
n- Wad as long as the nails do to the fingers, or the
rvciashes to the eves. STERLING'S AMBROSIA is
l:.c orlv article v.-t discovered that will bring abont
t’ede-fred result.*. It in a fthumatlng, oily extract
of rout-, harks and herb*, and. from It* neatness,
pcrmanfnrvandpioss.it is medlcallv adapted topre-
S-—ve and add to the beauty of the "hair. The only
ARTICLE TKT DISCOVERED THAT TOl CUE* THE
Disease of the Scalp, and c*use the llaic to onow.
For sale by
BLISS & SHARP, 144 Lake street.
co‘.M44Kta Agents for Chicago. HI,
TJATCIIELOR’S HAIR DYE.
JL) The best in the world.
WILLIAM A BATCHELOR’S
Celebrated Hal* Dye produce** color not to be dis
tinguished from nature—warranted not to Injure the
Lair in the least; remedies the ill effects of bad dyes,
and Invigorates the hair for life. •
GREY, BED, OB BUSTY HAIB
Instantly turns a splendid Black or Brown, leaving the
hair soft jmd beautiful. Sold by all Druggists. Ac.
fje“Thc genuine la signed William A. Batchelor on
the four sides of each hor. Factory. HI B«rclay-st..
New York, (late 233 Broadway and 1C Bond.) jyv*.o7-ly
QATARRH! CATARRH!
Dr. Seeley’s Liquid Catarrh Eemcdj,
A sure core for
Catarrh or Cold in the Head.
It is easier to core Catarrh than Consumption. and by
cnrlrp the first wc prevent the latter. Persons should
understand that the better way to cure consumption la
to prevent it.
The svrn ptotns of Catarrh, as they generally appear
arc at first very slight, Persons find they have a cold
and midlhattney lave frequent attacks.andaremore
sensattvc to the changes of temperature. lu this con
dition the nose »iay be drv. or a slight discharge, 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
cow thick audheavv. and arc cither pot rid ofhy blow
ing the nose, or else they lalllnto the throat and are
hawked or coughed off. The secretions arc offensive.
'ttUMrgabadbrrathithevoiccls thick and nasal; the
eyes arc weak, the sense of smell Is lessened or de
stroyed; deafness frequency takes place. ■
By the aid of the LIQUID CATARRH REMEDY, all
Uic*c symptoms can he effectually removed.
ITJct ef the Catarrh Remedy. f2.«r—sufficient foruse
ore mouth, with :a'l and clear directions, sent by ex
press.
Office, 182 Sooth Clark Street, (Up Stain.)
Addnss • Dr. D. 11. SHELVE,
ocl J - V Ji.vr.ni Post Office Dor CTd. Chicago. 111.
CARD TO THE LADIES,
Dr. Duponco’s Golden Pills
FOB FEMALES.
Infallible in correcting, regulating, and removing all
obstructions of the “montlur periods” from "what
ever cause,” and alwavs successful as a preventative,
and the onlv sure and reliable medicine ever known
tor all diseases, so peculiar to females, whether mar
rrd.or single, providing yon get the genuine Pills,
'• Married Ladles" wiilbepartScolar In observing ar
t'cle Sd or the directions. The Ingredients of the Puis
arc made known to every agent, and they will inform
you the Pills are perfectly nannlca. and will do all
claimed for them.
Price, SI.OO per Box.
•General Wholesale Agents.
Cold In Chicago by
LOUD ± FMjTL street.
H. BCOML. 76 h. -dolph street.
W. 1». HARRIS. 87 South Water street.
FULLER & FINCH, lit and 20 Market street.
• .1. RnEMHELD. :a North Clark street.
• GALE RUOTHEBF. 202 Raadol|ih street.
y a H M HOOKER. W» Wert Randolph street.
A - B PATCHES. 193 West Lake street.
M. J I.UUME. corner of Clark and Adams street.
I,»D;rs; lij «e:’.i*.lnc zrmiK of the ♦•above agents’
f 1 n» through the CTncano “Post Office” can have the
FUis f-cnl reonflclfiitlall}) tiy mall, to any part of the
country, “free ot portage. • <
S I'..—Ladies! Re very partlcnlar. Roy nothing
railed “Dopouco’s GoldcirPUls” hereafter, tiflleiw you
tr.d the signature of S. D. Htnre on each box. which
has reccnlTv b e«*n added, on accoant of the PllU hating
been COUNTERFEITED. seJC-uTtM-Cm
IMPORTANT TO FEMALES.
1- Dr. Chcescmin’sPills.
Xl>e combination of ingredients in these Pills are the
rcjull of a lone and extensile practice. They are mild
in operation, nod certain in correcting all irregu
larttlc* Painful Menstruation*. removioc all obstruc
tions whether fromrold or otherwise. headache, pain
m the ride palpitation of the heart, whites. allnervona
alcctlors. hysteric*, fatigue, pain Inthebackandllmbs,
4 r.. disturbed deep. which arise from Interruption ol
nature.
DB. CHEESEHAK'S FILLS
V»< the commencement ol a new era In the treatment
of thci-e Irregularities and obstructions wlilcb have
consigned so many to a texjutc reoravx. No female
eaa enjoy Rood health nnless she Is regular, and when
ever an obstruction takes place the general health be
clues to decline
DB. CHEESEIAS’S PILLS
Are the next effectual remedy ever know#Tor all com
plalrls peculiar to Females, To ell cla»ea they aro
invaluable. isnrcrKO. with cebtahtty, periodical
WuruiKiTT. They are known to thousands, who have
««»*d them at different perlods.throuchoultbecountry,
ravine the sanction of some of the most rxufrvr
Physicians in America. ___
Explicit* DiBEcnoNs.BTATtNO when theyshould
no? it* tbed. with each Box—ihe Prick Ova Dollab
rrit BOX. containing Irom Wto (Kirills. , . .
Ihli* hcnlby mall. pioniptlv.hvremlttlnßto the Agent
23 Jake street. Sou> nV Dkcooiets ot-VRHAI.LT.
tW" Sold la Chicago at mnnufactor'e price by LORD
& SMITH. aptGMyr
THE RE
HAIR RESTORER
AND
ZYLOBALSAMUM ?
Convincing Testimony:
R*v. C. A- BCCRBEE.
A*d*tant Treasurer American Bible Union, New
York City, write*: “I very cheerfully add tny
te*Umy to that of unmetou* friend*, to the great
■value of Mrs. S. A. Allen's World’s Hair Restorer
ai.d Z/lobalaamam." __
ttv.W’M. CUTTER, X>w York Cllv; My Ml Ms
changed to Uf natural color, and growing on bald
1:i; ';--i.H;cnRKELL. New York City: •*! procured
11 tor k relative. Tbe falling of the hair etonped,
and re»if.red it from being-grey to tts natural and
t*atlt!fti c ,.i 0r ••
BrooWyik L. I.: **l will testify to
value In tue inoeT liberal They have
J££ r *JjnrUir where it was bald, and, where
I'r^ r \ , *\Vl.-^cvl^L aalco l or *” , . .
1 Boston. Mas*.: **l have used
\h‘s, re * 1 direct. lam now neither bald nor
. a* rnymitS - r W£l ' <UT and brittle; It I*now soft
Rev. M. DEGEN.Boston.Mass.: •*That they pro
rii^ipr^idprp f .°/r tb " Mir where baldueu li. I
hat e tl e evideucc of my own eyes,* 1 *
.Sold by Druggists throughout the World.
PJUNCXPAX. fcAIXs OPPICE,
Ko. IPS Greenwich' street, Sew Tort.
Certificates I
(f§i as above. ©S
f'-SzCOi-Sm-M war
lUJCKSKEN GOODS.—The best
~ stock la town sod lowest prices, - Army Glove*.
Gloves. Tanner’* Glove*; all kind* of Glove*.
111,1 boy*. Sutlers sad dealer* supplied In ass
•foanuty. MILITARY GOODS,
v -o aad Retail at redoeed price*.
* • “• SO WEN, ao Clark street, (op stain.) over over the
tinuea stun tm Offltc.
Banking an?i ©crljangf.
W. F. COOLBAUGII & CO.,
BANKERS, CIIICAGO.
Deposits received. Prompt attention given to the
oneness of correspondent*.
W. F. CooLßAron coolumjoh &. Brooks.
Clilcago. if«*3R sl'XMiul Burlington. lows.
TO LOAN
On Improved Inside Property,
Worth double the amount loaned. Must he In stuns
not less than *3.000. HIGGINSON * JAMES.
JaSI-rtXfi-ltn No. 1 Clark street
T D- OLMSTED & CO.,
JLi* Corner of Lake and Li stile streets, Chicago,
Negotiate Loans on Bond and Mortgage.
XT None but first-class real estate aecutltica takea.
>c2C-n?J3-ly
A TEH CITANTS’SAVINGS LOAN
ATJL & TRUST COMPANY.
CAPITAL... $500,000.
HENRY FARNAM. rres’l. S. A. SMITH. Vice-Fret**.
L. J. GAGE. Cashier.
This Institution will Discount Paper, boy and sett
Exchange and Coin, and receive money oil deposit,
will receive money for accumulation, when left fora
termof years; and receive and execute Tccsrfrom
Courts, Corporation*, Individual* and
Estates.
Office, corner of Lake and Dearborn streets.
DIRECTORS:
J. H. Dunham. James Goodwin. Henry Parn&iu
John H. Foster. U. It. Holt. .H. H. Magic.
F. L.Yoe. W. K.Doggott. A. H. Hurley.
F.B. Cooley. C. H. McCormick, T.D. Gilbert.
S. A. Smith. mli7-nSt7-ly
JJ DOOLITTLE, Banker and
DEALER IN EXCHANGE,
4 O South Olnrlc Street,Cliicago, HI
IV Particular attention given to Collections.
myS-rtS-ly •
TJANK OF AMERICA.—PubIic
JJ Notice is hereby given, that all Bills or Circulat
ing Notes of the
“RANK OF AMERICA,”
Heretofore incorporated and doing business In the city
of Chicago.under the general banking laws of the State
of Illinois, must be presented fornaymentto 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 hotes will be given up to said bank.
Dated this 20th day of May. A. D. ISGL
GEORGE SMITH. President.
E. W. Willard. Cashier. Jy2*>g23JtoJel-C4
r PHE MERCHANTS, FARMERS
JL AND MECHANICS SAVING’S BANK.
52 Clark Street, Chicago, 111.
Office hours from 10 A. M. to 3P. M. Also, from SP.
5L to a P. M, Tuesday and Saturday.
INCORPORATED IN 1861.
Six per cent. Interest paid on Savings.
DIBCCTOBS AJTD OmCEES.
Prcsident-S. H. FLEETWOOD.
Vlce-Prc«’t—K. C. Sueumax. Counsel—Wm. OrGotrov
Vlce-Prcs'l—P.lCWestfall. Cashier—Sydsey Mtebs
DOAED OF EXAXntEBS.
J.C. Fargo. .1. M. Rountree, M. Lewis,
J. R. Jones. T. S. Phillips. B. S. Hayes.
J, Rchm. Brewer, RevJ)J)unne.VG.C. s. Dole. ’
E. H. Williams, J. G. Gindele, ' A. H. Burley,
Ed. Hempstead. T. H. Beebe, W. B. Scales.
H. N. A. Gage. Hon. W.B. Ogden,
J. M. W. Jones. W. K. Doggctt. se34-nGft>-ly
RANKING HOUSE OF
CHAPIN, WHEELEB & CO.,
Comer of Lake and Lasalle sts., Chicago, HI.,
Transacts a
General Banking Business
H. CHAPIN, President,
M. D. Buchanan. Cashier. .
11. Chapin. South Bend Branch. John B. Howe, Lima
Branch. Bank of the State of Indiana; A. B, Judson.
Mishawaka. lnd.:C. T. Wheeler. Chicago. III.; Tolman
Wheeler, do.; Hiram Wheeler.do. tnb2S-n353-Iy
IV. DREXEL & CO.,
Bankers and Brokers,
42 South Clark Street, Chicago, 111.,
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 in
stmts to suit
DEAW 05
BEAD, DREXEL A Co., New York.
DREXEL Ac Co., Pliiladolphia. *
myS-rlta-ly ' .
'J'HE BANK OF MONTREAL,
HAVISO ESTABLISHED A 5
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-payable in CHICAGO, or at other points. Receiving
Deposits and Collecting Commercial Paper.
dciabra-ly E.W. WILLARD. Agent.
Q.ILMAN, SON & CO.,
dbal isr :ke:r.s,
47 Exchange Place, New York.
Particular attention devoted to Western business.
Western References.— Chnpln. Wheeler & Co..
Chicago. 111.; Wisconsin Marine and Fire Insurance
Co. Bank, Milwaukee: Stale Bank of lowa and
Branches: State Savings Association. St. Louis.
mhlS-nf.lS-ly
KcdlroaTi anil Steamboat Ernes.
'J’O LIVERPOOL
STEAM WEEKLY FROM YEW YORK,
Landing and embarking passengers at
QUEENSTOWN, IRELAND. *
Liverpool, New York and Philadelphia
STEAIHSHIP com*ANY,
Will dispatch every Saturday one of their full power
Clyde-built Iron steamships.
Tons. Tons.
City of New York CSfiO I City of Baltimore 2367
City of Washington...2-^Ol City of Manchester..,.2lo9
/Etna 2215 I Kdfcgbargh '.....2107
Kangaroo 15741 Glasgow 1962
Hates of passage as low as any other line.
Persons wishing to brine oot their friends from Eng
land or Ireland can bn* tickets In Chicago to great ad
vantage, either by steam or sail. •
These steamers have snpcrlor accommodations, and
cany experienced surgeons. They arc baiit in watbb.
tight iron e sot tons, and carry patent fire annlhUa
ton. Forfarthcr Information apply to
F. A. EMORY. Agent.
3t.Clark street. Chicago.
t*r Exchange on Europe sold In earns of £1 and up
wards. mb-2S-n346-ly
1 ,QCQ —GRAND TRUNK
J-OvJfJo UNB OF
NEW STEAMERS
B. F. WAI>E, TTIONTGOJIEttY,
ANTELOPE, WATER WITCH.
The only reliable line of Steamers from Cldcago for
Canada and Ea.-tern States, having regular days and
hoars of sailing trl-wcc kiy between Chicago, Mil
waukee and Sarnia.
One of the above Steamers will leave the dock, foot
of South Lasalle street. Chicago, every Tuaaoar.
Tuvesdat and Saturjut Evenings, at 7 o'clock,
and Milwaukee on Wednesday. Fmnw and Sunday
Mornings, at 7 o'clock, forSAHNlA.landingat points
on the west shore of Lake Michigan, and Mackinac,
connecting at Sarnia with the
Grand Trunk Railway,
For Buffalo. Toronto, Oswego, Kingston. Prescott.
Ottawa City .Montreal tjnehcc. Portland and Eastern
States; at ogdcusbnrgn with Northern New York and
Vermont Central Railways, fur St. Albans, Darlington.
Montpelier, Concord. Lowell, Nashua, and all points
In the New England States, forming a Fast Freight
Line to all above named polnta. Only one tranship
ment. Rates of Insurance LOWER than via any other
route. Through Dills of Lading given to Liverpool,
via Grand Trank Railway and Montreal Ocean Steam
ships. C. J. DRYDGES,
Managing Director. Montreal. U. E.
S. 7. WEBSTER. Western General Agent. O. T. R-,
56 Dearborn street. Chicago, Dl.
A. T. SPENCER. Agent G. T.L. Steamers,
fc2S-a313-lni Foot South Lasalle st.. Chicago. HI,
1563. THE 1563--
PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL R, R.
835 BXllea Double Track.
In order to keep pace with the demands of the travel
ing; public, the managers of this popular mate have
added many Improvements during tbo year I3fi3, and
with lt« connections. It will be fonnd In all respects A
FIRST CLASS ROUTE to all the Eastern cities. The
track Is stone ballasted, and cttlrcly free from doit.
THREE DAILY TRAINS FROM
PITTSBDUGH TO PHILADELPHIA
(with close connections from Western Cities.)
All connecting direct to New York. THROUGH PHIL
ADELPHIA, and close connection* at Harrtaborß for
BALTIMORE AND WASHINGTON.
From Pittsburgh to New York, one train runs dally,
1 430 milce.)‘via Allentown, without cheese of cars, ar
riving in advance of all other routes!
SEVEN DAILY TRAINS FROM
PHILADELPHIA TO NEW YORK.
Ticket? for sale toßoston by boat or rail. Boat Tic
ket* pood on any of tUe sound lines. Fare to all points
a? low as any route.
SVeplnc Car? on night trains to Philadelphia. Kew
Tork-nnd Baltimore.
Bag gape checked ‘.through and transferred free.
FREIGHTS. .
J By this Route Freights of all descriptions can be for
warded to and from Philadelphia. New York, Boston,
or I’-altln.ore.to and from any point on the Railroads
of (Uiio, Kcutuck Indians. Illinois, Wisconsin, lowa
or Missouri nv railroad dibkct.
The Pennsylvania central Railroad also connects at
.:TU.*bor£h with Steamer*, by which Goods can *be for
warded to any port on the Ohio.-Muskingum. Ken
in cky. Tennessee, Cumberland, Illinois. Mississippi
Wisconsin, MlNtonrl. Kansas. Arkansas and lied Hirers
and at Cleveland. Sandn&kr and Chicago with Steam
r'a to all Porta on the North-Western Lakes.
Mercbnntaand Shippers entrusting the transporta
lion of their freight to this Company, can rely with
confidence on Its speedy transit.
THE RATES OF FREIGHT to and from any point
>n the West by the Pennsylvania Central Railroad as«
AT AXXTIIfZS Afi FITOCABLK AS ABS CQASOEZ) JIT OTS
u:BAnxo*DCOMPAjnuB.
Ur He particular and mark package# " tia Pass's
'CESTr.Aj.B.R.** . .
For Freight Contracts or Shipping Directions, apply
to or address either of the following Agents of the
Companvj
li. A.' STEWART, Freight Agent. Pittsburgh. *
iLAUKK & CO-Transfer Agents. Pittsburgh.
. H. W. iJRoWN ii CO., Cincinnati, Ohio. .
R; c. MELDHI’M & Ob. Madison. Indiana.
,1, E. MOOUK. Louisville. Kv.
. W. AIKMAN & CO.. Evansville. lad.
R. V. SAPS. St, Louis. Mo.
CLARKE & CO- Chicago. Illinois.
.t. H. MefOLM. Portsmouth. Ohio.
MeXEKLY d: MONTGOMERY. Mayeavllle. Ky.
W. 11. & K. L. LAX(I LEV. GalllpoU*. Ohio.
H. S. PIERCE, A CO- Zanesville. Ohio.
N. 11. HTDPON. Ripley. Ohio.
R.C.MELDRUM General Traveling Agent for Ua
booth and West.
live stock*
Drover* and Fanner* will find this the mbet adraa
tgcou* route for Live Block. Capacious Yards well
watered and supplied with every convenience have
veen opened on this line and its connections and every
Attention 1* paid to their wants. From Harrisburg,
where will be found every convenience for feeding ana
resting, a cbolceU offM of the PHILADELPHIA.
NEW YORK and BALTIMORE MARKETS, This Will
also be found the shortest,. quickest and most direct
route for Stock to New 1 ork-lvla Allentown}—and
m-Jth fewer changes than any other.
ENOCH LEWIS. Gen 1 SunX Altoona Pa.
]._ l. HOUPT. GenT Ticket Agent. Philadelphia.
H HfIUiCSTOX, GenT Freight Agent. Philadelphia
ja3-v7t3-ly
Paper Ulgrcl)onsc.
pAPEE.
PIONEEE PAPEE WAREHOUSE OP -
BUTLER & HUNT,
» 48 STATE STREET*.
klacnacturer* aad Wholesale Dealers In sll kinds of
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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 18C3.
THE DEFENDERS.
BY THOMAS BUCHANAN BEAD.
A uthor of the “ Wild Wagoucr of the AHeghanLva' l
and *• The Oath.”
Onr flag on the land and onrflag on the ocean,
And angel ofpcace wheresoever it goes:
Nobly sustained by Columbia’s devotion.
The angel of death it ahall be to oar foes!
True to its native aky,
Still shall our eagle flr.
Casting his sentinel glances afar:
tllc ollTo branch,
Still in hia talons staunch
Grasping the bolts of the thunders of War!
Hnrktothc*oand! there’s a foe on oar border
Afoestridingontothcgnlfof hisdoom* *
Freemen are rising and marching in order.
Leaving the plow, and the anvil and loom;
Suet dims the harvest sheen
Of scythe and of slcl 1c keen;
The axe sleeps In peace by the tree Ibwouldnur:
V eterau aud youth are ont
Swelling the battle shouL
Grasping tbc bolts of the thunders of war!
Our brave mountain eagles sweep from their
tcrie,
Onr lithe panthers leap from forest and plain;
Out of the West flash the flames of the prairie;
Out of the East roll the waves of the mala:
Down from thelrNorthern shores,
Swift as Niagara poors.
They march, and their tread wakes the earth with
its jar.
Under the Stripes and Stars,
Each with tbc soul of Mara,
Grasping the bolts of the thunders of War t
Spite of the sword, or assassins' stiletto.
While throbs a heart In the breast of the brave;
The Oak of th® North or the Southern Palmetto,
Shall shelter no foe, except In hie crave. .
While the Gulf billow breaks,
: Echoing the Northern Lakes,
And Ocean replies unto Ocean afar,
Yield we no inch ofland-
While there's hand,
Graspingthe boltsofthu thunders of War!
OCR WASHINGTON’ LETTER.
General* Fo*tci r and Banter In. South
Carolina—Harmony between them—
The Great Expedition*—Four Great
Rlotvh about to be Struck—Hope* and
Consequences of Success—The Afri
can Regiment BUl—Present Law*
Sufficient—What ha* been and what
may be done under them.
• - .
[Special Correepondence 'of the Chicago Tribune.]
Washington, Feb. 19,1563.
Gen. Foster lias not, despite ihe renewed
reports to the contrajy in circulation,had any
difficulty as to rank with Gen. Hunter, unless
he himself and the officers who came North
with him lie. Both Generals are too much In
earnest to quarrel over a punctilio. Gen
Hunter the senior officer and the commander
of the Department, is the superior of Gen.
Foster, who volunteers to take part in the
impending movement and who is to be as
signed a position and duties befitting his ex.
cellent military capacity and his.special qual
ifications for the service to be performed*
THE ATTACK OK CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH.
Gen. Foster came North in order to procure
more troops odi more ordnance. His visit
did not cause a moments delay. One of the
iron-clads has but Just sailed; the .torpedoes
for removing obstructions in tbe channels
have hut just been dispatched, and the milita
•ry preparations arc not entirely completed.
It is intended that when the attack is made it
shall be with a combined force which will Insure
the capture of Charleston and Savannah. If
t{ic iron-clads succeed alenc, as the Navy De
partment and Admiral Dupont are confident
they will do, there will be so much the less
work for the army to accomplish. If they
fail, the army will be in a position from which
it can strike ateUhcr of the cities of rebellion.*
Tljc work to be done is of a kind, to which
Gen. Foster is not more unaccustomed than
is his army to the victory which it is sure to
whi. •
FOUR TERRIBLE CONFLICTS AT HAND—PROBA-
BILITIES AND CONSEQUENCES.
If Dupont, Hunter and Foster capture the
two cities which have so long defied the na
tional forces; if Grant, Porter and Banks
open the Mississippi, as the exploits of our
gunboats, forerunning an Issue similar to that
at Island No. 10, lead ope to hope; if Bose
crans be strong enough to strike, a battle be
ing with him tantamount to a victory; if
Hooker he not prevented by King Mud or
Gencral-in-Cblef Strategy from dealing Lee a
coup dc grace, and following him with bloyr
after blow, as he is one of the few offi
cers who understands the importance of fol.
lowing up a victory closely, until defeat be
comes disaster and disaster, rout and rout,
ruin, is sure to do—the rebellion will be, in
doecd, sorely pressed. If those four success
es, or even two of them, he se
cured, there need be no more talk about
peace, or mediation, or’ boundaries.
Copperhcadism may as • well make
its will and give up the ghost. It may still
require time to destroy the scattered parties
of rebels still in arms, and to inter decently
their Northern allies, but the final result is
certain.
THE AFRICAN ARMY HOUSE BILL—IS IT NECES-
SAKV*
The report of the Military Committee of
the Senate, adverse to the Honsc bill for the
organization of an African army, was based
on the ground that existing laws confer all
the power required for the purpose—more,
indeed, than the House bill, which forbids the
opening of recruiting. stations in the States
exempted from the operation of the Procla
mation of Freedom.
THE PRESENT LAW ON THE STATUTE BOOK AND
IN PRACTICE. *
This position is undoubtedly correct in the
abstract, ns is evident from the phraseology
of the following sections of the law of July
17,1662:
Src. 12. And be it further enacted. That the
President be, and he Is hereby authorized to re
ceive into the service of the United States, for the
purpose of constructing intrenebments, or per
forming camp service or any other labor or any
military or natal service for which they may be
found competent, persons of African descent, and
snch persons Audi be enrolled and organized un
der such regulations, not inconsistent with the
Constitution and laws, as the President may pre
scribe. 9
Sec. 13. And he it further enacted, That when
any man or boy of African descent who, by the
laws of any State, shall owe service orlabortoany
person, who daring the present rebellionhaalovied
- war or has borne arms against the United States,
or adhered to their enemies, by giving them aid
and comfort, shall render any such service as is
provided for In this act, he, nis mother and his
wife and children shall forever thereafter be free,
any law, usage or custom to the contrary notwith
standing; jfrorided, that the mother, wife and
children of such man or hoy of African descent
shall not he made free by the operation of this act
except where such mother, wife or children owe
service or labor to some person who, during the
present rebellion, has borne arms against the Uni
ted States or adhered to thalr enemies by giving
them aid and comfort.
The House bill unquestionably limits the
general power, so conferred, by forbidding
enlistments in.the Border* States, nnless with
the consent of their Governors—thus recog
nizing: in a dangerous contest the pernicious
doctrine of State sovereignty—and also by
prescribing the numbers, the pay, and. to a
certain extent, the organization of the forces
authorized to be raised. By the law, aa it
stands, the President “may receive persons of
African descent into the service of the United
States for the purpose of * * * performing
♦* * any military or naval service.*’ The
President and his War and Navy Secretaries
liave already done so much, under this provl
slon, as to give It a practical Interpretation,
broad enough for the purpose ' in view—the
first, in.his proclamation, Inviting the freed
men to enter the service for ihe purpose of
garrisoning forts, and “other places;” the
second, by empowering at least one Governor
and a number of-Generals to arm, equip and
organize African regiments, as is now being
done to a limited extent; the third, bv di
recting his Admirals to man their fleets* with
“ contrabands,” an order which every one of
them has been so swift to obey, that now
there are very few vessels In the strvicc that
do not have at .least one gun’s crew of
blacks, and scarcely an exploit is performed
on the water of the glory of which at least
one black sailor docs not partake.
What* need, then, of further legislation ?
None, if the Administration will use the
powers*entrusted to it, as they were intended
to be used: if it will do on >he land what it
has for a long time been doing on the water.
BLACK SOLDIERS ENTITLED TO TUB SAiIE
PROTECTION AS WHITE ONES.
I can see no force in the argument that
further legislation Is required In order tp as
similate more closely the condition nnderour
laws, of the black soldier to tluv. of the
white one, so that we may, by retaliatory
measures, prevent Jefil Davis from carrying
out the barbarous threat* of his proclamation.
To he 41 In the service of the UnitedStatcs”
ij to-be under the shield of the Government,
To be “In the military service of the United
States” is to be ft soldier In the national
army. It the Administration dannot devise
means to make the enemy feel the force of
these axiomatic propositions and of the con
sequence which attach to them, they .never
can. The - circumstance that * the details of
organization arc, - to a certain extent, pre
scribed by Congrcss4ircctly, us is proposed
by the House bill, and not indirectly, by the
delegation of the necessary authority to the
President, cannot affect the relation of those
organized to the enemy, who Is obliged by
the laws of war to treat all men who are in
the military service of a belligerent alike.
WITT FURTHER LEGISLATION 19 URGED.
Why, then, were the-Republlcaus of the
House so dcelrous of passing Thad. Stevens’
bill ? .Why arc some of the strongest men of
the party in the Senate anxious that It shall
become*a law? Why are we told that the
Secretary of War regards Its passage as neces
sary ? And why are adverse influences ex
erted by men who arc opposed to negro regi
ments ? ‘Simply because, on the one hand, it
lb feared, and on the other, It Is hoped, that
unices Congress provide by a law which can
be construed to be directory in Its nature, for
the organization of African regiments, no
more will be done In the matter than has al
ready been done. The object of the measure,
In a word,-Is to strengthen tlfe (supposed)
weak back, and nerve the (supposed) weak
arm of the Executive, and to counteract the
(supposed) antagonism of the Secretary of
State and* his roJla&orofcurs to any step that
will tend to the further alienation of “the dis
contented party”—to quote from the letter to
Minister Dayton, in which Mr. Seward, in
response to Napoleon’s second meddlesome ;
proposition, tried, with very moderate suc
cess, to flUto our ease to the world.
PSOBABILITIBS.
The fcsslon being so near its close, it is
doubtful whether tbe bill in question will in
any shape, become a law, especially as tbc
Senate is very apt to act upon the reefimmen
dation of Its committees, as the necessity of
further legislation is rot seen, and the propri
ety of interfering, even in appearance, with
the discretionary power of ihe Presides#«in
this matter, is doubted by some even of those
who voted for the House bill, and as others
find it difficult to see how the second plaster
will be more efficacious than the first.
WHAT SECRETARY STANTON CAN 1)0.
There is no reason why the Secretary of
War should not have his way in a matter con
cerning his own Department, if he viU* it, as
the Secretary of the Navy has his way. Most
of his Generals bow commanding depart
ments think with him that the loyal black
men ought to be called upon to assist iu sup
pressing the rebellion, and will be glad to
carry ont bis orders and.to take his mats to
employ them. Zt is only requisite that in what
ever steps be taken, tact and good sense shall
be used in order gradually, ana yet thorough
ly, to overcome the prejudices of white sol
diers wherever they exist, und to induce in
them a state of mind similar to that of the
white eailorwho asks that his messmate pos
sess not a certain complexion, but a certain
courage and intelligence.
FROM MINNESOTA.
[From Our Special Correspondent.]
St. Paul, Minn-, Feb. 18,15C3.
THE LEGISLATURE.
The bill for the appointment of a Board of
State Auditors to adjust the outstanding
claims against the State on account of the In
dian war, has finally passed the Senate. The
House bill levying a tax of one dollar on each
voter in the State, soldiers excepted, was de
bated at some length, amended, and ordered
to a third reading.
A Joint resolution relating to the selection
of lands donated by an act of Congress, for
the endowment ol a State Agricultural and
Mechanical College, was read a third time and
passed. I committee of the whole a number
of bills and resolutions were considered;
among others the joint resolution uthorizing
the Governorto call ont the militia'for the
defense* of the frontier, and to provide forthe
removal of the 'Winnebago Indians, in case
Congress fails to do so. . The bill providing
for .biennial sessions of the Legislature,
through an amendment to the Constitution,
was recommended lor passage.
Mr. Brishuw introduced resolutions con
demning Secretary Chase’s banking scheme.
A long and animated discussion ensued, indi
cating the political proclivities of the mem
bers who participated in it. Various amend
ments <md propositions were offered, and
fiimllyjhe resolutions were tabled without
printing, by a vote of 24 to 10.
LAWS APPROVED.
As the session of the Legislature draws to
wards a close, the members of both Houses
seem disposed to go to work in earnest. A
large amount of business has been dispatched
during the last two or throe days. Among
the laws approved I notice the following: An
act tb provide Tor the apportionment of the
school fond in March, ~ 1803. 4 A memo
rial to the Senate and House of Re
presentatives of the State ot •Wisconsin, con
cerning the cession of Douglas county, Wis
consin, to the State of Minnesota. A memo
rial to the Congress ot the United States to
extend the benefits of the pension Laws of
ltGl-2, to the snfferers by the Sioux raid.
HEAVY ALLOTMENT.
The State Treasurer received, a day or two
since, the allotment ot the 4th regiment, for
the months of July and August, 1862, amount
ing to over $7,000.
OUR WEATHER.
We have all the extremes of weather pecu
liar to a more Southern latitude. On Satur
day, a warpi, drizzling rain, and thaw; on
Sunday, a cold, clear day; on Monday, anoth
er thaw; Tuesday, a regulartpring day, and
to-day, Wednesday, the streets are flooded
with water, and the bills crowning the city
arc bare of snow. Farewell to sleighing!
For the first time in the history of the coun
try, there have been no sleighs on the mail
route to LaCrossc.
MILITARY AFFAIRS.
Capl. H. H. Western, late of the 3d Minne
sota regiment, is at the American House, hav
ing been compelled to resign his •ommand on
account of impaired health.
Companies A, G and K of the 6th regiment,
started this morning for Glencoe, a part of
the forces to be stationed at suitable places,
to anticipate, ond if possible, prevent the
threateued Sioux raid in the spring.
SICKNESS.
There arc said to be some cases of small
pox in town. Vaccina lon is all the rage just
now, and “sore arms” are met with every
where. As a precautionary measure this is
well, hut the panic is needless.
The measles of a very malignant type arc
still prevailing. Three members of a French
family residing on Pine* street are to be buried
to-day—the mother and two children. Those
persons lived on the frontier last Au
gust, where the husband of the woman
and father of the children, named David Pas
quenade, was killed by the Indians.' Soon af
ter Mrs. P. married Mr. Beauscjouri who is
now a volunteer In the service at Fort Ripley,
and who arrived homo only to sec his wife and
steb-childrcn for the lost time. One ohild, a
little boy aged nine, is apparently recovering.
Yesterday, Bcauscjour took an artist to his
now desolate home to take daguerreotypes of
the “ loved and lost.”
WHAT THE LEADLYG SEB.
• EL PAPERS SAY.
Tfcoy Sneer at Vallandlgham's ConclX-
lation and Peace Ideas.
[From the Richmond Examiner, Feb. 7.]
This section of the alien enemy which is
now endeavoring to' reduce our country, by
Are, famine and slaughter—even the bcst.of
them, even the most peaceably disposed of
them—have no Idea of making peace .with us,
except on the basis of reunion, that is, sub
mission. Vallandigham is the best ami most
peaceably disposed, and in his “great speech"
we can find not one single practical idea, ex
cept a plan for getting rid of the Republican
cormorants, who now devour the revenue,
and putting in their place the Democratic
sharks, who swallowed, it before, all by
the help of the South, In a reconstructed
Union.
Mutual forgiveness of injuries is a beautiful
thing; but how have we Injured the North?
Was it we who’erected that “worst despot
ism" under which they suffer? "Was it we
who shut them up In Fort Lafayette, and ar
rested their editors, and seized their letters
in the post office? “ But shall we break up
the Union?" cries the Democrat. - Just as
you please,sir; It is no afihir of ours. “No,
sir," cries he, “let us expel the usurper!"
Mr. Lincoln is no usurper; you have regu
larly elected him; we wish you joy of him.
We can not ally ourselves with a faction, in a
foreign nation to displace Its regular Govern
ment, Such proceedings would be contrary
to the law of nations, and wc have a great re
spect for the law of nations.
As for the “ old flag," we presume Mr. Val-"
landigham means the flag which has been
waving over the rufflans'bf Butler, the bri
gands of Mllroy; the flag that has symbolized,
to us burning towns and households deso
lated, the flag that we have seen flying before
us on every battlefield of Virginia, the flag
thafwe have tom and trampled wither male
diction, into the mud of every swampbetween
Torktown and the Rappahannock! The Dem
ocrats will excuse ns; we can never again
hoist on sea or land that dishonored banner.
We have no objection to Mr. Vallandigham
and his Democrats dethroning “the usurper."
On the contrary, we encourage him in that
enterprise; but he must expect no political
alliance with us, and may as well drop the
subject of that old flag. •
[From the Richmond Dispatch.]
■ ’Mr. Yallandigham makes a great mistake in
supposing this to bo a cMI war. It is not a.
civil war. It Is a sectional war. It Is a war
between two people who are as distinct as the
Russians and the Danes, or-the Saxons and
the Dutch. • Nor do we sneak the same lan
guage. ’ The language of the South is the
English language. The language of the North
Is English, Dutch, German, Spanish—a com
pound, of every known language and dialect in
the world. .The'population of the South is
homogenous. ■ That of the North is more het
erogenous than that of the Austrian Empire.
The great wonder is, not that the two sec
tions have fallen asunder at last, but that
they held together bo long. It would bo al
most as rSionol to form the whole continent
of Europe into a siugle State, and then expect
it to continue such.
. Mr. Vollnndigham takes up the old geo
graphical argument on which Gen. Webb used
to dilate with so much unction, and which
was adopted by Lincoln In his last annual
message. Nothing can form the boundaries,
it seems of Stales, out great landmarks. Ail
the communities living on a great river must
belong to the same Government. Certain el
evations, or natural water-sheds, control eve
ry-thlng in the direction In which the water
from them flows. Any man who knows any
thing of his Wry and geography, knows that
tlds style of argnmentis perfectly ridiculous.
How many nations arc there on the Rhine ?
How many on the‘Danube? How many on
the-Po? Where is the grand natural division
Jjetwecu Spain and Portugal? Between Ba
varia and Austria? Between Germany and
Russia?. As for the water-shed argument, it
is sufficient to know that SiriUCrlsmd is the
water-slied of all Europe.
The lines of demarcation arise from the
diameter of the people. If they are hostile
to each other they do not want waters or
mountains to separate them. If theyarc not,
waters and mountains cannot keep them as-'
nndcr. The Idea that this whole continent
is to be occupied by one nation is simply pre~
Eostcrous. In live thousand years the world
as never seen such a thing as IKK),000,000 ot
people speaking the same language and enjoy
(ng free Institutions, all under the same gov
ernment. It Is a dream of Utopian folly to
suppose that it ever can exist. The separa
tion lias began, dnd It will continue. Ameri
ca, like the Old World, is to be settled by
many nations. Such la Us destiny.
lAIXA^DIGHAS.
A Career too Long Tolerate*.
[From the Baltimore American, 19tb.]
However tbe Govcrmncnt may.have erred
in Ihfc exercise of nfadue severity In certain
cases of arrest, there can bn no doubt but
that one mouther of treason has had full
scope, from the very beginning of the con
flict, and that one la the noted Copperhead
from Ohio, Vallandlcham. “Laws catch flics,
and let hornets go free** is an bid adage, too
well based, we fear, in times like these espec
ially. yallandighdin, thus far, has seemed
to court a proper admonition—he has
gloried in his infamous course. Patted
on the hack by the leading traitors* at the
Sooth, and relied upon by the blood-stained
carp openly and avowedly to 'sow dissension i
and treason in the loyal States, he has gone
along on bis accursed mission with almost
perfect impunity, absolutely unmolested, we
believe, except on two occasions; one, when
be vished the camps over the Potomac and
the indignant soldiers from his own State
brought film to a reckoning—thc other, when,
in the company of his congeners—Breckin
ridge and Henry May—he was brought to a
dead halt in his treasonable demonstrations
in the balcony of the Eutaw House, in this
City,
Whether the Government has acted with a
wise and Just discrimination in suffering thi*
avowed and impudent traitor to run at large
as the instigator of treason, whilst men a
thousand-fold less capable.of mischief have
been stopped short in their career, it Is not
for us to decide for it. But one thing we feel
constrained to declare, and that Is, if his re
cent speech at Newark. New Jersey, is cor
rectly reported, it must be the pleasure of
the Government in this case to see fires
lighted in the land merely, to occupy the loyal
in putting them out. Here is an extract:
“ It has been proclaimed that it never was their
[the rebels! intention to Invade the Northern
gmtes. It its very true that if thlswaris kept op.
battles fought,no relenting epirit,no prospect of
peace, no sound of concord to reach tfioh; cars,
thay ought to be induced to make that iaThsiba."
Can there be, in view of all these facts, a
more atrocious sentiment uttered, a more au
dacious, daring defiance of all patriotic senti
ment, more.especially when *wc know that
himself and traitors like him have been doing
their best all along to induqe the accursed
conspirators at Richmond to put forth every
effort i Is that anything more than the echo
of their own sentiments, and must loyel men
be insulted In this manner ? “ They ought to
be induced to make that invasion!”
Let ns remember that these traitors first
drew the sword, pointed the first cannon,
committed the first unwarrantable and foul
murders, and that to-day-and always they
hotel forth fiendish - defiance against Govern
ment and people; that they might have
“peace” at any time by laying
down their arms; and yet here
comes one to reverse the judgment of
all jgst men; it possible to shift the guilt to
where It docs not belong; and, finally, to de
nounce and invoke new norrors on commu
nities he insults with his presence and whose
forbearance he abuses. Purely there must be
some limit to all this with both Government
and people.
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Q.RAND TRUNK RAILWAY
OF CANADA.
FOREIGN GRAIN TRADE.
The Grain Elevator In connection'with the Grand
Trank Railway, at Portland, which was commenced
last summer, U now completed, and in a few days will
he ready to receive grain.
The Railway tracks run through the bonding, and
the depth of water at low tide U sufficient to float the
largest vessels engaged In foreign trade.
The Company la. therefore, now prepared to take
grain IN BULK from any Station on the Grand Trunk
Railway and shin It into Ocean vessels through their
new Elevator at Portland, the charges for receiving
into the Elevator, storing, and shipping, being the
same as are usually charged at Chicago.
The Elevator will bold 150D00 bushels.
Oats and other grain for Boston. Ac.. can now bo
taken to Portlanoln balk, nnd shipped through the
Elevator Into Coasting vessels..
C. J. BRYDOKS. Managing Director.
Company’s Offlccß.Montreal.Feb. 4.1563.
S. T. WEBSTER, western General Agent. Chicago
Hlliols. fcm-z9M-2weod
r J*O GRAIN SHIPPERS.
Richards’ Iron Com Sheller,
FOR WfOIEHOUSES, DISTILLERIES, MILLS
AND FARMS.
Capacity... .No. 0.4.000 to 8.000 bushels per day.
Capacity.. ..No. 1.2.000 to 4.000 Irtishels per day.
Capacity....No. 2,1,000 to 1,500 bushels per day/
Capacity... .No. 3* 400 to TOO bushels per day.
These machines arc In use.ln all the Northwesters
states, and are universally Acknowledged superior to
all others. They have won golden opinions from
Western Grain Shippers.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD STATEMENT.
Chicago. October. l»L
Wc have six of Richards* .Champion Com shelters
nowlnconatantoperation,at onr cribs at Burnside,
aufl after shelling abont eight hundred thousand
bushels of com can safely say that fbr capacity and
equality of vrork. In our opinion, these machines bare
no superior. We have repeatedly loaded cars ol foor
hundred bushels In sixty mlnutS with the No. 1. and
In thirty-five minute* with the bo. 0 Machine, convey
ing the car com, by feeder*, from fifteen to fifty feet,
and derating the shelled corn into cars, always shell
ing the com quite clean from the cobs, without grind
ing or cutting the gr.iln. and cleaning and delivering
it in superior condition for market. Their substantial
construction is amply attested by the fact that we hare
ran them night and day to their utmost capacity, with
powcrfnl engines, with but slight delays for repair*.
We commend them to the grain shifters of the west,
after ample trial and experience. „ ... „
(Signed) R. B. MASON.
. Comptroller Land Department 1. C. R. R.
Portable and Stationary Engines,
W'orchonso Elevators and Machinery,
Belting, etc., furnished to order.
Address ail orders to
'BICQABDS MANUFACTURING CO.,
P. O. Box 732, Chicago. HL
J. HARRIS. President. \
J.C. RICHARDS Snperintcndcnt.) JaSl-zS’^-ImsTAT
D. McFARLANE’S
Cas, Steam Fitting and
PLUMBING ESTABLISHMENT,
54 Lasallc street, Chicago,
.DEALES IX
GIS FIXTURES AM) IRON FURMTURE,
Practical Plumber,
And Manufacturer of
ALL EIM)S OF STEA?I WORK.
TO THE TRADE
ThftTrade supplied with tools and every article In
the Gas Steam Fitting and PlQmbLig basin css. Re-
Gliding and Brooting done to order.
Cr“Mannfcclory, IC7 audio East Washington street.
myCg-ly %
■REMINGTON’S ARMY AND
11 NAVY REVOLVER
ha? been approved by the U. S. Board of OrdnanM and
's now largely used In the service. Circulars, with
rtlceA oq .ppltaUg to Addr^ i sosa
dclO-yl9-Sa Dion. New York.
I?Oir SALE—By the subscribers,
A large assortment of best Scotch Canvas, con
futing of „
Extra ail Long Flax >o*.lXXto6
do do Gov’nt coatiact.... do do
KaryFineFlax. do do
Navy Boiled do do
Boiled Tow do do
HAVILLAND. HOUTU&CO.
Montreal JaTmarr3o.lSS3. fe9-rSIS-2w
T B. SEELEY’S TRUSS ESTAB
X • LISHMEXT,
120 Clark Street, Chicago, 111.
Pole proprietor and raanu&cturcrof the Hard Hubbe
Truss. This Truss will core Koptnre. will never rest
chafe, pall or blister. frcca the cord from an.pressure,
is always clean and good as new. Manufacturer and
dealerui Shoulder llraccs. AMomlnal Supporters. Silk
Elastic Stocklntrs.&c.. &c. Send .
Dr. WUcox'tPaunl ArUlicW bj
C.BKJfronl.ra Clark street, Otaft DL t*imaaj
Important advantages over any oUier Ump known. Is
gsaVx * 0 g ' v ° ii,rffCC -*8S!&&&S»
"YTAGIC LANTERNS AND DIS-
If 1 ROLVTKO VIEW or • BTERKOSCOPTICON
AT&StC^wlihSther Kproscnc 011. U.oOx-Cald
nup or the Ox-hydrogcn fight*. b L^i'Vl\F,h C l?? J ?n C f?
be thrown on a screen and magnified to riiher e.iO IS,
SO. 33 or SO foot In dUraeter. accordingJ*> the sue of the
room. Scenes In America and Europe, picture* of
places. Incidents and
in crcat varletv fbrthoabotts Instruracuts.Taidcby
SiBS Safes *oo .ra Cliestnnt street. PIUI..
dt lplUa.Pa. Illustrated catalogues sent free.
ftWalWlm ‘
AJIGHT SCAVENGER.—CharIes
J_N Eons wm attend W the cleaning ot Vault*. P^ T *
ira and Me removal of offensive matter of all descrip
tion*. spoiled mcatp.'d'td anlmals Ac.. &e Rainwater
ch-terns cleaned and purified. All work attended to
witii nromotoes* and dispatch, and at hours moat suit
able. Poet UfUco Box ilb. fclS-aTia
iKriTtrinal:
• ••
CONSTITUTION
WATER
THE GREAT REMEDY
TOR THE
CONSTITUTION,
AND THE
ONLY KNOWN EEMEDY
FOR
DIABETES,
AND DISEASES OF THE
KIDNEYS AND BLADDER.
These Dangerous and Tronblcaomo
plHcascs, which have thus far Re
sisted the best Directed Treat
ment, can be completely con
trolled by the Remedy
now before ns!
THE CURATIVE
properties of the medicine direct themselves to
the organs of secretion, and by so altering the con
idtion of the stomach and liver that the starchy
principle of the food is not converted Into sugar so
long as the system is under the influence ol the
CONSTITUTION WATER,
which gives those organs time to recover thcl
healthy tone and vigor. We are able to state tha
the Constitution Water has cared every case of Di
abutis in which it has been given.
STONE IN THE BLADDER, CALCULUS.
GRAVEL. BRICK DUST DEPOSIT
AND MUCUS OB MILKY DIS
CHARGES AFTER URI
NATING.
. Diseases occurring from one and the same cause
will be entirely cured by the Constitution Water,
if .taken for anylength of time. The dose should
vary with the seventy of the disease, from twenty
drops to a teaspoonful three times a day, in water.
Dunng the passage of the Calculus, the pain and
argent symptoms; should be combatted with the
proper remedies, then followed up with the Con
stitution Water, as above directed.
DYSMENORRHfEA. OR PAINFUL MENSTRU
. ATION,- AND IN MENORRHAGIA OR
PROFUSE FLOWING.
'Both diseases arising from a faulty secretion of the
menstrua! fluid—in the one case belngtoo little,
and accompanied by severe pain: and the other a
too profuse secretion, which will be speedily cared
by tue Constitution Water.
That disease known as FALLING OF THE
WOMB, which la the result of a relaxation of the
ligaments of that organ, and la known by a sense
or heaviness and dragging pains in the back and
sides, and at times accompanied by sharp lacinat
ing or shooting pains through the parts, will, in
all cases, be removed by the medicine.
There is another class of symptoms arising from
IRRITATION OF 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, Wakefulness, Flashes of Heat,
Languor, Lassitude and Dimness of Vision.
SUPPRESSED MENSTRUATION,
Which In’tbe unmarried female la a constant re
curring disease, and through neglect the seeds of
more grave and dangerous maladies arc the result;
.andns month after month passes witbont an cflort
.being made to assist nature, the suppression be
comes chronic.’the patient gradually loses her ap
petite, the bowels are constipated, night sweats
come on, and consumption finally ends her career.
LUECORRH<EA, OR WHITES.
This disease depends upon an inflammation of
mucous lining of tho vagina and womb. It is in
all cases accompanied by severe pain in the back,
across tlic bowels and through the hips. A tea
spoonful of the medicine may be 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
CATAAim OP THE BLADDER.
STRANGURY AND BURNING.
OR PAINFITi URIN-
• ATING.
For these 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
small of the back and through the hips? A teaspoonfid
a day of Constitutional Water will relieve yon like
magic.
FOR DYSPEPSIA.
Ithasno equal In relieving the most distressing sTrap.
toms. Also Headache, Heartburn, Add. Stomacti. Vom
iting Food. &c. Take a tcasnoonfal after dinner. The
dope In'all cases may be increased IT desired, bat
should be done gradually.
, * PHYSICIANS
Have long since glveu up tbe use of buehu, cubcbs.
andjuulpereln the treatment of these diseases, and
only use them for want of a belter remedy.
CONSTITTUTION WATER.
ITnirroved Itself cqnal to the task that has devoir
upon it.
DIURETICS
Irltatonnddrench the kidneys, and by constant use
soon lead to. chronic degeneration and confirmed
disease.
Scady Bead, Bead.
Danville, Pa., Jane 3.1863.
Db. Wm. H. Greco—Dear Sir: In February, 86T;
I was afiflctedwltb the sugar diabetes, and for five
months I passed more than two gallons o£water In
twenty-four hours. I was obliged to get up us often as
tea or twelve times during the night, and (n five
mouthsllost about fifty pounds Ja weight. During
the month of July, 1561.1 procured two bottles or
Constituted Water, and In two days after using It. I
experienced rclieC and after taking two bottles! was
entirely cured, soon after regaining my usual good
health. Tours truly,
J. V. L. DEWITT.
Boston CoBNZBs. N. T„ Dec. 27, ISOL
Wx. n. Geegq & Co.
Gentsl freelyglve von llbertv to make use of the
following certificate of tfao value of Constitution
Water, which I can recommend in the highest manner;
Sly wife.'who was attacked with pain in the should
er*, wbolelcngthof the back, and In her limbs, with
Palpitation or the Heart, attended with Falling of the
Womb. Dyßuienorrnhaca and Irritation. '1 called a
nhvfilclan, who attended her about three months, when
he left her worse thaafae found her. I then employed
one of thebest physicians I could find who atteade.l'her
fur about nine months, and while she was under his
care she did not suffer quite so much pain; he finally 1
gave her up. and said “her case- was incurable.* 1 For,
sold he. “she has sneha combination of complaints,
that medicine glvcuforono operates against some other
of her difficulties.** About this time, she commenced
the use of Constitution Water, and to our utter aston
ishment, almpet the first dose seemed to have the de
sired effect, andehc kept on Improving rapidly under
Its treatment, and now superintends entirely her do
mestic affairs. She has not taken any of the Constitu
tion Water for abont four weeks, and we are hippy to
say that It has qroduccd a permanent cure.
, Wit. M. VAN BENSCHOTEN.
_ ” ilaroitD. Conn., Nov.
Dr. Wiixum H. Obkgg ;
Dear Sir—l have for several years been afflicted with
that troublesome and dangerous disease—Gbavkl—
which resisted all remedies and doctors, until I took
CoNSTrrrriox Watbb, and you mavbc asnrod that!
was exceeding pleased with the result. It hat Errata.
lt cubed mb, and yon may make any use of my name
you may see fit in regard to the medicine, as 1 have en
tire confidence In Its efficacy.
POND STRONG.
THESE ARE FACTS ENOUGH.
There is no class of diseases that produce such ex
hausting effects upon the Imman constitution as Dia
betes aud Dlsascs of the Kidneys, Bladder and Urinary
Passages, and through a false modesty they Are neg
lected until they arc so advanced as to be beyond the
control of ordinary remedies, and wc present the
CONSTITUTION WATER
To the public with the conviction that It has no equal
in relieving the class of diseases of which it has been
found so eminently successful In curing; and we trast
that wc shall be rewarded for our efforts la placing so
valuable a remedy In a form to meet the requirements
of patient and physician.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS ...' Peicb. $L
WM. H, GEE GO & CO., Proprietors,
Morgan ft Atlen. General Agents. No. 46 Cliff street.
New York.
WRIGHT & FRENCH,
WHOLESALE AQEHIS, Ciioago, IU.
de!6-y164-Sm-T.TAa C 3 Randolph street.
QONSTJMPTXOX!
THE THREE REMEDIES
SCIENCE'S PULMONIC SYRUP, for the cure of
Coughs. Cold*. Bronchitis and every form of Consump
tion. The peculiar action of this medicine ripens the
ulcers In the lungs, promotes the discharge of the cor
rupt matter by expectoration, purifies the blood, and
• thus cares Consumption, when every other remedy
falls. ,
SCHFNCK*S SEAWEED TONIC, forthecureof Dys
pepsia or Indigestion, and all diseases arising from de
bility. This Tonic invigorates the digestive organs,
supplies the place of tlio ga;tricjolcc. when that Is de-
Relent, and then enables toe patient to digest tliomost
nutritions food. It Is a sovereign remedy for all cases
of inclgcfetiou.
SCHENCIwS MANDRAKE PILLS, one of the mort
valuable medicines ever discovered, being a vegetable
substitute for calomel, and having all the useful prop
erties ascribed to that mineral, without producing any
oflts Injurious effects.
To these three medicine*. Dr. J. H. Schenck.of Phila
delphia owes his unrivalled success In the treatment
of Pulmonary Consumption. The Pulmonic Syrup
ripens the morbid matter, discharges It and purifies the
Mood. Ihe Mandrake Pills act upon the liver, remove
all obstructions therefrom, give the organ a healthy
tone and cure Liver Complaint, which Is one of the
uic«t prominent cause* of Consumption. The Sea Weed
Tonic Invigorates the powers ol the stomach, and by
strengthenlbg the digestion and bringing it to a normal
and hcalthv condition. Improves tne quality ofthe
blood—bv which means, the formation of ulcers or tu-
Percies In the lungs becomes impossible. The combined
action of these medicines, as Uius explained; will cure
every case of Coasurnptlon.tf the remedies are used
in time, and the use of them persevered In sufficiently
to brine the case to a ffivorable termination. •
• All ofDr. echenck'smeiMclnes. accompanied by full
directions, are sold by all Druggists and De tiers.
price of the Pulmonic Syrup and Sea Weed Tonic,
each, fLOO per bottle, or *5.00 halfdozin. Mandrake
PDls 25 cent* per box. Letters for advice should al
ways be directed to Dr. Schenck's Principal office. 39
North 6th street. Philadelphia. Fa. fe2l-aSU>-lm_
fjoop Skirt fllannfactorn.
JyTE'VY YORK AND ILLINOIS
Hoop, Skirt Manufactory,
And Importer and dealer la an klgdi of
French and German Corsets.
AT WHOLESALE
AKD HEX AIL, T9
South Claris street,
(opposite ihe Court
House), ana 120 Forth
Clark, hct. Indiana
and Ohio streets
cmcioo. illikou.
611k & Cotton Sklru‘
made to -order at
abort notice. Old
Skirts repaired, alter
ed mil shaped as good
as new. Fall stock of
woven, doablo dla
> mond. brldal&French
i Skirts constantly on
band, trams springs,
i’ size.
rfhicii we sell wltbont ex*
•ra cnarce. provided they are*£«n£ e *tvatch r 6nriS
“asasisa^ffssfts!^^^
sent to residence. *
Notice to \niolc**l© Bayer*.
«-we nave been In the Skirt badness since the first
oraers oy mat! promptly attended to.
TEAGEE, Proprietor for Cliiesgo, •
jrew Tork Factory, 35 Bowery.
nrftrtffi.lT Chicago I^BtqfflceJtor_*Ao_
jmiaren's. to t* springs, ladles’
N. B.—'We repair aU skirtsnsrhi
pBQIE MALT BARLEY,
*"51,60 to $l6O per boshei,* 34 lbs.
8,. M.lt Otre Dol'..r,Klb.. mwc; & M ,
P.0.80x 1571. (s?176llyl 9 Board Of Trade Bunding
Insurant*.
gTATEMENT of tUo coalition
or rax
JEYTHTJI
Insurance Company
On the let dayot January. AD. 1F63, asr>mlr-<l bv
the laws otthe Stale ofllllnoU. A J
The name of the corporation b
Coxtaxt. located at Hartford. Conn.
The capital I* FrrxKEf Hcsdked Tnocai'TD Dol
lars, aodla paid op.
ASSETS
Par Market
_ , _ % nine. - Value.
Real Estate unincumbered ISt.ma t3
Cnfhpnhand and In Bank. 15L3&533
Cash In the hands of AB*ts and In tran
sit.. 119 S3 11
Mongaftc Boudj. 8 per cent send- • '
„ I. *IO.OOO 11.700,00
!lo 2r'. K ™ ~ M
Mortgage Ponds 6 per ceat-Semi-an ■
BrooUrn CKyßonds,« pef'cVnt.'.Vimf. K,oro !7 ' Kna)
annual Interest. 35000 «q«av»fin
Hartford City Bonds. 6 per cent., semi- ’ ~-.ww.00
annual interest. 63 000 ctmm
Jemey City Bonds. 6 per cent-veini- ' “•‘ CO - 00
annual interest 25 000 ssrwwvt
Milwaukee City Bonds. 10 per ct,.seml
annual Interest 5.000 5 oto 00
New york City Bonds, 6 per ct„ quar- ’ *
„ tcrly Interest 73.000 82.500 00
United States Stock, 5 per cent., semi
annual Interest .205,000 153.60000
United States Stock. 6 percent- semi
annual interest 123,000 123 125 00
United States Treasury Notes. 7-30pcr ’
cent., semi-annual Interest 57,900 53 30“ 73
I' cited States Certificates of Indebted
ness. 6 per cent.. Interest accrued. .100,000 10 L 250 00
Kentucky State Stock. 6 per ct., semi
annual Interest 10,000 10.000 000
N -w York State Stock, 6 per- cent,,
quarterly Interest 31.000 37.200 CO
New Jersey State Stock, 6 per cent..
, semi-annual interest 15.000 15,150 00
Ohio State Stock. 6 per cent., semi an
nual Interest 100.000 115.000.C0
Michigan State Stock. 6 percent-semi
annual Interest 25,000 26,000 0
Indiana State Stock, 2K per cent,,scmi
annual interest • 76,000 47.120 00
Connecticut State Temporary Loan, 5
and 6 per cant * 100 003 00
500 Shores Hartford and New Haven
Railroad Company Stnck 50,000 77 500.03
250 Shares Conn. River Rat. Co. Slock 25,000 26.500 00
107 Shares Boston and Worcester Rail
road Company Stock 10.700 UtISOO
80 Shares Conn. River Co. Stock. 5000 1.250 00
50 Shares Citizens' Back Stock, Wat
erbary. Conn 5.000 5.000.00
SOShfrcs Stafford Bank Stock, Staf
t)rd Springs, Conn 5.600 5 000 00
S6 Shares Eagle Bank Stock. Provi
dence. R.l J.BOO 1.836 00
200 Shares Revere Bank Stock, Boston,
Mass 20.000 20.300 00
100 Shares Snlety Fond Bank Stock.
Boston. Mass 10.000 13.100 00
200 Shares Bank of the State of Mo-St »
Louis, SJo 20.000 16000 00
100 Shares Merchants Bonk Stock, St.
Louis. Mo 10,000 8.000 CO
200 Shares Mechanics Bank Stock. St. ’•
Louis. Mo 20 000 16 000 M
4W» Shares FarmcreandMechanlcsß’k ’ *
Stock, Philadelphia. Pa 20.000 22.000 00
140 Shares Aetna Bank Hart
ford, Conn 14.000 11140 00
IQO Shares Bank of Hartioitl County. *
Stock. Hartford, Conn 600n 4.60000
100 Shares Charter Oak Bank Stock. '
Hanford. Conn 10.000 9 700 00
200 Shares city Bank Stock. Hanford.
Com 20.000 21,400 00
275 Shares Exchange Bank Stock, Har
tford Conn 13,730 12,925 00
410 Shares Farmers & Mechanics Bank
Stock, Hartford, Conn 41.000 Mloo 00
500 Shares Hartford Bank Stock, Hart
ford.Conn... 50,000 63.00000
100 Shares Merchants and ManoCactur-
era Bank Stock. Hartford, Conn... 10.000 10 000 00
300 Shares Phanlx Bank Stock. Hart*
ford.Conn 30.000 30.000.00
2So Shares State Dank Stock, Hartford,
Conn 25,000 51.250 00
150 Shares Conn. River Banking Com.
Stock. Hartford. Conn 7,500 973000
400 shares American Exchange Bask
Stock, Hew Tork City 40.000 33.40b 00
300 SharesJi'k of America Stock, Hew
York City 30.000 31.300.00
SOO Shares Broadway Bank Stock, Hew
York City 20.000 25.000.00
SOO SharcsßntchersandDrovcrsßonk
Stock, Hew York City 20.000 24.000 00
100 Shares City Bank Stock,Hcw York
City 10.000 12.000 00
100 Shares Bank of Commonwealth
Stock. New York City 10.000 9.000.00
200 Shares Bank of Commerce Stock.
Hew Tork City 20,000 19.000 00
100 Shares Hanover Bank Stock. Hew
York City 10,000 8 70000
300 Shares Importers and Traders B'k
Stock, Hew York City 30,000 SO COO 00
100 Shares Mercantile B'k Stock, Hew
York City . 10.000 12.200.00
200 Shares Market Bank Stock, Hew
York City 20.000 19.000.00
1200Sharcs Mechanics B'k Stock. Hew
York City ; 80,000. 32.100.00
200 Shares Merchants Exchange Bank .
Stock.HewTorkCUy 10,000 9.500.00
400 Shares Metropolitan Bank Stock.
Hew York City 4QdQO 42,200.00
820 Shares Merchants B'k Stock, Hew
York City 41,000 -40,590.00
400 Shares Bank of Manhattan Corup'y
Stock, Hew TorkClty 20,000 26.000.00
800 Shares Nassau Bank Stoek, Hew
Tork Clto 80,000 30.006.00
200 Shares North River Bank Stock,
NewYorkClty. 10,000 10,000.00
800 Shares Bank of New York Stock,
Now York City 30.000 32.100.00
200 Shares Bank of North America
Stock. New York City 20.000 20.000.00
200 Shares Bank of Beimbilc Stock.
NewYorkClty 20,000 20,000.00
400 Shares Ocean Bank* Stock, New
York City. 20.000 17,000.90
400 Shares Peoples Batik Stock. New
York City 10.000 9.500.00
500 Shares Flienlx Bank Stock, New
YorkCltT 10.000 10.500.00
400 Shares union Bonk Stock, New
York City 20.000 21.100.00
150 Shares N. York L, Insurance Co.
Stock.....’ ’. .’ 15,000 30,230.00
100 Shares United States Trust Com’y
Stock 10,000 11.000.00
$2,683,110.53
• LIABILITIES.
The amount of Liabilities, doe or not due, to
Banks or other Creditors None,
Lowes adjusted and doe None.
Losses adjusted and not'due (MOO 00
Losses unadjusted, la suspense.- without
further proof, contested or trusteed 177,659.77
All other claims against the Company are
email, for printing, Ac.
Agents arc 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*
elrnctlon. materlala-and the means of arresting Ores.
THOMAS A. ALEXANDER. President.
LUCIUS J. HENDEE, Secretary
Haettoed. January Ist, 1863.
STATE OF CONNECTICUT, HabTFORD COCNTT,
BS—Hartford, January Ist, ISO.
personally appeared before me Hbjtrt Fowl kb. a
Justice ofthercace.duly qualified to admlnlstcnoaths;
Thomas A. Alexakdeb. President, and Lucius J.
Hexdek. Secretary, and made solemn oath, that thee
foregoing statement of the assets and condition ot the
Aim; a. Insubaxe Comp ext is true.
HENRY FOWLER. Justice of the Peace..
[OKIOIXAL.]
Certificate to expire on the 81 st day of January. ISCI,
Auditor's Office. State of lixnrois. >
Spbixgfikld. January 26. lsC3. )
Whbrkas. The Aetna Insurance Company, located
at Hartford. In the State of Connecticut, has filed In
this office a statement of the condition of Its affairs, as
required by “An Act to regulate the Agencies ofln
surance Companies not Incorporated by the State of
Illinois,*’ approved Feb. 14.1a55. andan act amendatory
thereto, approved Jan.22,1557, 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 has 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. Its Agent for the transaction of the
business of said Company, and folly and unreservedly
authorizing him to acknowledge service of processor
and on behalf of said Company, consenting that service
of process upon him. the said Agent, shall oe taken and
held to be as valid as If served upon the Company, and
waiving an claim of error by reason of such service.
Now therefore. In pursuance of the provisions of the
acts aforesaid. I. Jesse K.Dnhola, Auditor of Public
Accounts of the State ofHUnola,do hereby certify that
the sakl Gardens. Habbsrd and Charles H. Hunt, of
Chicago, is authorized as an Agent for the said Com
pany, to transect the business of Insurance In this
Slate until the thirty-first day of January, lathe year
elchtcen hundred and sixty-four. *0 far asho may bo
legally empowered so to do by said Company.
~ In testimony whereof. I have hereunto sub
\ seal, j scribed my name and affixed the seal of my
1 * office at Springfield, this day of January.
A. D. 1863. JESsE K. DUBOIS. Auditor P. A. ’
HTJBBAHD & HUNT, Agents, ,
No. 1 Loomis* Slock, corner of South Water
and Clark streets.
feS-zCT-ImTTAS
JJOME
INSURANCE COMP’Y,
OF NEW YORK.
OFFICE, Nos. 112 A: 1 14 BROADWAY.
Cask Capital, - - - - $1,000,000.00
Assets, Ist July, 1863, .... $1,585,679.16
Liabilities, $57,828.32
ABSTRACT OF THE EIGHTEENTH SEMI-ANNUAL
STATEMENT,
Showing the condition of tho Company on tfio Ist day
of July, 1862.
- assn*;
Cash, balance in 8ank...... $113,139.66
Bonds and mortgages, being first lien on real
estate. 815.653.59
Loans on stocks, payable on demand (market .
value of recuntie*, $02.030.00) 116,769,31
United States and other stocks (market raise) 5M.556.00
Real Estate. : 60.207.55
Interest due on Ist July, ISC2, (of which $24,-
IC2/84 has since been received) 27.550.87
Balance in hand* of agents and In course of
transmission from agents, or Ist July, (of
which has since been received).... 59.031..1.
Bill* receivable, (for premium* on Inland
risk*) 44.012.07
Other property, miscellaneous Items 10,0/7 At
Premiums due and uncollected on policies U
cued at office L3S6AS
Total.
Claims for leases outstanding on Ist .Inly *B2
Due stockholders on account former diridends 570.01
CHAS. .T. MARTIN, president,
A. F. WILiIAEXU. Vice-President.
John McGee, secretary.
MILLER & WILMARTH, Agents.
JaU-KMG-ly 150 South Water street. Chicago,
Sl)ip ffiljanMtra..
ROSTER & HARDENBER6H,
SHIP CHANDLERS,
SAILMAKEBS,
ASD DEALEKS IX
TWINES AND CORDAGE,
217 South Water St., Chicago.
Have constants for the lowest market prices
Manilla and Tarred Ropes. Hay Ropa. Lath. ■
Yarn. Bags and Bagging.' Canvas*.
Oakum. Spun Tarn. Pitch. Tar.
• Chains, Blocka, &c.. &c.

Cotton, Flax and Hemp Twines,
SAILS AND TENTS,
TiRPinnCS, IWSKCS, wagox covers.
• FLAGb, LC.j &C> ■
KZTMadetoorderatthe shortest notice
T jn.ndell or Sibley .Tent,
HAGAN’S Se SONS
PATENT HOIST WHEEL
PUT UP AT SHORTEST NOTICE.
CEO. T. FOSTEB. linyl-piUMy], o. M.HAgpgxnKSQg.
(£j)t anli <£ar.
T ONDON ‘ EYE AND EAR
I J INFIRMARY.
Comer of Randolph and Dearborn streets. Chicago.
B. P. BGTNOLBB, M. X>., V. D. HI.,
Of the Royal Opthslmlc Hospital,
ftUt937lm LOHOOff.
Bnmness ®ariJo.
Q_EORGE W. TTTr.Ti,
ATTORNEY AT LITT,
Cknend CoQectlon aid Seal Estate Ageat,
Office. 123 Dearborn St.. (Cobb’s Building.)
Post Office Box 131*. CnioAQO.lto.
Rmtßascis.—Hon. J. Tonne Scamtnon, Chicago;
Hon. H. W. Blodgett. Chicago ; lion. John M. Wilson.
Chicago; Artemas Carter, Esq., Chicago: William
Gooding. Esq.. Lock port. Hi. lelS-a95-lm
WAR * CLAIM OFFICE OF
T T LEAVITT 4 WRIGHT.
63 Clark street. Chicago. HI..
Will prosecute claims for Pension*. Bounty.and Prize
Money. Arrears of Pay. Ac, Attorneys for drairiag
Pension Money from the Chicago Agency. Application
may be made fey mall. JaAysss-aa
Tj'NOCH woods,
JLli ‘ (Successor to CTTAB. A. EATOKJ
ISO LAKE STREET,
oiizxi cr *
Gann, Sporting Apparatus* Fishing
Tackle, Pi*|ols, Howie Knives,
AND MILITARY GOODS,
Powder and Shot.
AT WHOLESALE AHD DETAIL.
ap2-B20«ly
J£RNEST PRESSING,
BEAL ESTATE AGENT, -
C Lormon Bloclt, Ohicago, Illinois.
Loans negotiated on real estate security. Jyt-a&is-iy
S. KIRK & CO.,
SOAP ASD CANDLE 3LL\TFACPFREES,
«And dealers in Rosin. Soda Ash, Tallow. Tallow OU.&C
18 A 20 River Street, Chicago*
an"-g3U-ly 3 -
.financial.
TVTOTICE.—The annual meeting of
-La ihe stockholders for the election of thirteen
tmsteesof the -Merchants’Savings. Loan ami Trust
Company.” will be holden at the Company's Office on
MONDAY, the sdday of March proximo, between the
hoars of 9A. M. and 3 P. M. L. J. GAGE,
ffel6-a..-3w Secretary.
pHICAGO CITY BONDS.—We
\y will pay
no And interest
For any part of fifty thousand Chicago C!tv seven per
cent Bonds. • C. c. PARKS & Co. 'Bankers. •
la2l-z3M-lm Comer Lake and Dearborn-sts.
PITTSBURGH, FT. WAYNE &
A CHICAGO RAILWAY COMPANY.
_ . OmcE OVTUSSsCaiTAKT, ?
Pa.. January 27th, 1563. i
The annual meeting of the. Stock and Bondholders
of this Company for the election of Directors and such
otherbn.-lnpssasmayconiebeiorelt will be held at
the office of said company, la the city of Pittsburgh
oh the
Fourth Wednesday of February, A. D. 1863.
The Stock and Pond Transfer Booksof theCompaa*
at tbelr,oAce la the city of Pittsburgh. and at their
transfer agency In the city of New York, will be closed
°n the ICth day of February. and remain closed until
the 20th of February thereafter.
fc3-zGS3-td W. 11. BARNES. Secretary.
XJHO'DE ISLAND CENTRAL
AV BANK, RHODE ISLAND.—Pursuant to a decre
tal order of the Supreme Court of the State of Rhode
Inland, the subscriber gives notice that all persons
holding bill/, of the
RHODE ISLAND CENTRAL BANK,
Must deposit the same with him at his office. No 25
Weyboaset street. Providence. R. L on or before the
first day of August. A. D. ISC3. In order to be entitled
to any dividend that may be declared out of the assets
of said Bank,.
JAMES M. CLARKE. Receiver.
Providence. R. T.. .lan. l~th. IS(3. fe2 zttU-Gm
Sags.
BAGS, BAGS,
FARWELL'S
. STEAM SAG HAMUEACTOBT
* No. 139 South Water st., Chicago.
■riags and Sacks
|Oi every uescrlptlon famished on short no
.ice ana printed with Nkw and Bkautisui.
uraxtml. SIMEON farwrt.T.,
,ao«-t7IMy
QORK EXCHANGE.
Bag lyCanixfactory.
HART, ASTEN & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF
33 .A. <3- S !
• Of every description,
157 South Water-Street, 157,
millers, • •
seLviviless,
GROCERS.
- FLOUR,
GRAIN,
HAM AND FEED BADS.
ty Second-hand bigs always on band. '
llags loaned to shippers.
myl2-iOa-ly
proposals.
PROPOSALS FOR FLANK
HOWITZERS.
Obdnancx Orncß. War Dzp.umisNT.)
WApmsQTO.v..lanuary27lh. 13««3, {
Proposals will bo received at tills office until! o'clock
P. M., on the 2t(h of February next, for furnishing one
hundred, or lcss.24-poonder cast iron Howitzers for
flank deteusc. These Howitzers weigh, when finished,
about 1.476 pounds each, and drawings exhibiting their
dimensions cart be seen at this office, or at the United
States Arsenals. They arc to be subject to the regular
United States Inspection and proof, and none arc to be
received and paid for except such as pass Inspection
and proof, ana are approved i>y a United States In
spector. to be designated by this office. Payments win
be 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
tained unless It be from a launder regularly engaged
In the business, satisfactory evidence of which most
accompany tbe bid. Any bidder obtaining a contract
will be required to enter Into bonds, with not less titan
two sureties. In the penal sum of ten thousand dollars,
for the faithful fulfilment of his contract In all respects.
The bends must be acknowledged before a Judge of a
court of record, and tbe bondsmen muat be certified
by the Judge of a District Court of the United States,
or an Ordnance officer In charge of a United States ar
senal. to be worth the peso! sum of the bond over and
above all liabilities.
The rlgbt Is reserved to reject all proposals if tho
prices are deemed too high, or If. for any cause. U Is
not deemed for the public Interest to accept them.
Proposals will be sealed and addressed to "Brigadier
General James W. Ripley. Chief ol Ordnance, Wash
ington, D.C.," and will be endorsed “Proposal for
Cniriowltzere." .J.W.HIPLKr,
Brigadier General Chief of Ordnance.
Ja3l-t5984w-ST*T
PROPOSALS FOR 13, 10, and 8
JL KCH CAXSO2T.
Obskaxoe Omcjt. Was Depißnmrr.)
Washington, Jana ary 27th. 1963. J
Proposals will be received at this ofllce until 5 F. SL,
on the 27th of February. ISC3. for furniihlng is. 10 and
8 Inch cast iron cannon, to be made in conformity with
drawings to be supplied by the Ordnance Department,
and with the following specifications: One 19 Inch
trial gun is to be made of warm or cold blast charcoal
Iron, to be cast hollow and cooled from the Interior,
nod to have a tcuacltr of metal of net less than 3),000
pounds per square inch, to he determined by tcstlngspe-
aken from the sinking head of the gun, >od
from a cylinder castfrom the same heat, and from metal
of the same quality, as that from which the gan Is cast.
This cylinder is So be cast on end. In dry sand mould*,
and is to be 72 Inches high, with a*.elliptical base of 24
Inches treater and 16 Inches lesser axis. The speci
mens are to be cut from the gun head, and a slab.
inches thick, from the cylinder by plane* parallel to.
and eqol-diita&r from the axis of the cylinder, and
the lesser axis of the base.
TteOrdnanceDepartaicntwm test the specimens,
famish Uic ammunition, and prove the trial gun,
which mast be ready for trial as soon as possible, and
not later than three month* from the date of the con
tract; Jfo contract will be given, nor will the trial
1 gun be paid fop. unless It shall endure proof of 1,000
round*, with service charges of powder, of *hlch 200
, rounds will be with solid shot, and 800 round* with
shell*. The testing Is to be dono free of charge to the
contractor, bat be will be required to famish proper
facilities tor testing, each as convenient ground,
storage for ammunition, a butt in which the projec
tiles will be embedded and saved, and the requisite
forcefor handling and firing the guns. All the cannon
are »o be made of the same quality o'lron as that of
the trial gnu. and the Ordnance Department I* to have
the right to test the iron during the process of fabrica
tion of the cannon, for which porpoise, the founder is
to famish, free of charge, at least one specimen from
the head of each cannon, andslabs from cylinders, a*
before described, at the option of the Department, not
to exceed one for every ten cannon. Each cannon 1*
to endure the regular proof and Inspection for guns of
the same calibre; and none are to be received or paid •
* for bat ►ach as are approved after Inspection and
proof, which will be received at the foundry where
made. Bidders will state the numbers and calibers of
the cannon they propose to furnish on the* foregoing
specifications and conditions; the place where they
are to be made: the time of commencing delivery, and
the rate of delivery per month, thereafter, and the
price per pound, or per gun. forthg finished cannon,
b'o bid* win be entertained unless from founders
actually engaged In the badness, evidence of which
01 Falufre* cl!ve *aM he specified time will subject
thecoctractortoaiOrfeltareoftbe amount to be de
livered at that time. Each party obtaining a contract
wfl! be required to enter Into bonds, with proper sor
ties. for Its faithful fulfilment; and a transfer of Che
contract to another party will cause its entire for
feiture. Bidders win be required to file with thelrbids
o bond in the penal tarn of not less than £70.000, signed
by nut less tnan two persons, conditioned that lithe
bid Is accepted the bidder f ball comply with his pro
f-ossl and faithfully and fully pertorm what be proposes
oundertake. Thebondnmstbeackaowledbefore a
judge of a court of record, and the bondsmen most
be certified by the Judge of a District Court of the
United Ptfltes. or an Ordnance Officer In charge of a
United States Arsenal to be each worth the penal sum
of the bond over and above afi liabilities. The right
la reserved to reject all proposals if the prices arc
deemed too high, or If for any cause it Is not deemed
for the public Interest to accept them,
Proroeals will be sealed and addressed to ** General
j tv Kipkry. Chief of Ordnance. ‘Washington, D.
and will txwendorsed M Proposal* for Heavy Cannon.”
J. w. RIPLEY.
Brigadier General, Chief of Ordnance.
JaSi-zS&Mw-a tat -
.81.553.679.1 c
OFFICE COMMISSARY OF
SUBSISTENCE.
Baltimore. Md., February 6.13*3.
Foaled proposals are resoectfnlly Invited hr the nn
dcrsiccea,amlll2M_ March Ist, lifiS, for tarnishing
tWnlted States Subsistence Department, delivered
In Baltimore, lid..
SO.OOO Barrels EXTRA FLOUR, fresh ground, and ol
mixed brands. Inspected by the State Floor In
spector ot the city at Baltimore. Immediately
previous to delivery; both heads to be tally
bead-lined. Flat hooped and machine made
barrels will positively be rejected, 1.000 barrel*
to be delivered by the 9th of March, and the
same amount everv two (2) days thereafter.
50OCOPounds ADAMANTINE CANDLES. (ISozAtO
• the pound.) Brand mast be memlonM. Boxes
to be strapped with light green hickory strains
The whole lobe deliveredbv the UtU of Marc a,.
Proposals for different articles must be on separate
sheet* of paper. Samples mast accompany ovefly.prjv
ncsal. and be labelled distinctly with tbe.name of me
" j Expr’is charges on samples mas" hive
proposals * ill not be considered. fca<m bid mast m*ve
a printed copy of lids advertisement patted at its
head, and must bo specific la complying with all its
bill to have consideration, must contain in it
thewrivten o of two responsible persons, as
,0 -^ 9 it,pmidfTTd trued. b«obv guarantee, should all
or any‘part of the accompanying bid be accepted, tliat
ftsbaU beduly fulfilled accordmg to Its true purport
“ftoDoSlsmnat be endorsed "Proposals for Subsist
ence Stow" Bidders may propose tor the whole or
jiv part of the article.
Proposers -who can furnish the proper articles, but
need ao Increase cf time, can state the time when they
• can be rosdy for their delivery.
Persons not having the precise variety of stores
above described, bnt having articles of simitar kind
are at liberty to send In proposals for supplying them,
which will receive attention, according to price and
adaptation to the wants of the service. In all cases
not specially excepted, the delivery must be made at
the time specified.
In usee cl failure thel’nlted States reserves the right
of purchase elsewhere to make up the deficiency.
Ail stores will be carefully Inspected ard compared
with the retained samples, uctnrnsof weigMs.»lgned
by a regular public weigher, must he tarnished when
ever required,, •
Contractors are expected to bold their goods with
out expense to the. .united States until required for
shipment. •
Payments to be made In such funds as may be on
hand - if none on hand, lobe made assoonaarecaived,
KO POICUBM »*• Of
fjUtfESld U.S.A. i
JT o R SALE.
House ind Lot 133 South Greene street, price ts.m .•
House MdLot ISB Sooth Jefferson street, PJOO,
How andL« on Michigan avenue, sooth of Ring
gold Place. Lot uxifis feet, only 33.500
House and Lot, 127 Edina Place, prta; e»»ai
House and Lot 132 Edina Place, price Cjsoo *
House and Lot 155 Edina Place, price <1.750’
Bouse and Lot 183 Sdlna Place, price <3,000!
House and Lot 301 Clark street. 25 fL, price <3.500.
House and Lot 297 Clark street. SO ft,, price <7,509.
House and Lot on ‘Whitney street, price <MOO.
House and Lot on Hinsdale street, price <3.000.
Apply to .
fc22-a3M-St
FOR SALK—A Farm in Clinton
county. lowa, within ten miles of the MbalasloDL
and one and a half of the Chicago. lowa a Hsbrura
Railroad. consisting of SO acres fenced, ■s under culti
vation. A large, nearly new. two-story Stone house
and a small bom. Will be sold on easy terms. Abdlt
•ttbe Recorder's Office, De Witt, Clinton county.lowi
fel2-z°CO 6t-eod net
SALE—Residence Lots on
J- West Side, within one block of borsa c*si t fl>r
sale on canal time at from <3OO to <330
LOT OK AKK STREET AT <3O PBR FOOT
, LOT OK CLISTOK ST. AT <3O PER FOOT!
BROTHERS. 2CS Randolph street.
A GREAT BARGAIN.—A hand*
some place of sivty-flve acres of land on Lake
Monona, 3S miles from Madison. Wls., with a flae
Tlewofaca opposite the cltv. The honse U large
twostorles/hall nine feet wide, well furnished, ana
baring every convenience necessary fora
GESIIEJIAN’B RESIDENCE.
v*‘£ p I a £ e^i. l iS. t4a,ls - witll flock, carriages, Ac., can
be had for <6.SCO. Also, a Farm of 116 acre*, seventy*
lire acres under cultivation, two mile* from McFar
land Deoot, and six mile* from the above, can be had
for 12. W. Apply to J. D. QUKKEE; E«j „ Madlsoo.
Wisconsin. lel^aits-aw
pITY RESIDENCE LOTS FOR
SALE, on North Side, near city limits, price <IOO
per foot Also, several valuable comer lots very cheap.
The above are situated within three minute* walk of
*r* °”« c » r *.and offer a rare opportunity for Invest
p?itV\7\^°.reHolProot - corner of Fuller-
Lor? 3 1 lmu - S ' ott! ‘
pOR SALE—
An Improved Farm in Warren
■ County, Illinois.
Said farm consists of 160, acres and the Improvements *
of a one story and a half brick house, large bam and
ont-bnlldlngs.
Its handsome location and convenience to a good
market, being within about seven miles of Prairie City
Its fertility of sol!, and the low price at which It will
be sold oiler a fine opportunity to any one la aaest of
a good farm.
Fcr raising stock Ud* firm U very valuable, a por
tion being naturally adapted for grazing—and haring
on It several living spring of wateri
For particulars address J. F. COMSTOCK. St. T-enV
or apply to Ezra Smith. Esq., of Prairie City.
Terms easy. Ja&-ri3l-ltn.
F3R SALE—Lands. To all want
lea Faring—Large and thrlvinc settlement of Vine
land. mild clrmate. THIRTY miles south of Phila
delphia by railroad. RICH SOIL.
Prodaces Larger Crops,
GOOD BUSINESS OPENINGS—GOOD SOCIETY.
Hundreds are settling and making Improvement*. An-
Ny to CHAS. K. LANDIS. Post Master, Vineland.
Cumberland County New .Jersey. Letters answered!
Pap re containing toll information will be sent free.
TJEAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
A 1. 1 F-JVi.OOO worth of City Property and Lands.l a
lowa, belonging to the estate of Antoine Le Claire
deceased. •
Ef THE CITY OF DAVENPORT.
La Claire Block, of brick. lour stories. 320 feet front,
containing a hotel, two public halls, ten first-elan
stores and several offices. .
Post Office Block, of brick, 60 feet fh>nL four stories,
containing the Post Office, two stores, six offices, and
large upper rooms. The above propertr lathe most
desirable In the city, sll leased, and will bring a lanta
nett Income on an investment.
Twenty Brick and Frame Dwelling Houses In dif
ferent locations.
BAGS.
100 choice building lota: one lot of 17 acres adjoining
the railroad depot and bridge, fronting on the Ml*-ls
slppl River; two Tots of 50 acres each, one lot of 33
acres, one lot of 30 acres, and oue lot or 12 acre*, all la
the City Limit*.
Also, houses and lots, vacant lots and outlets In the
City of Ee Claire. Scott County.
Houses and lots In lowa City. Johnson County.
10.COO acres Improved and unimproved farming lands
near the line of the Miss, nnd Mo. Railroad.
Tbe above property le offered for sale, to do«e the
estate of tjio late Antoine Le Claire, at such prices as
must prove a profitable Investment to the purchasers.
For prices, tonus nnd further particulars, apply to
GKO. L.DAVENPORT. Executor. orJOUS L. COF
FIN. Land Agent. Davenport. lowa. 1a17zt734a
TAISSOLUTION OF PARTNER
AJ SHIP.—The firm of KIRK * RANSOM U this
day (Unsolved by mutual consent. The notes sad sc*
counts of (Mid firm have been assigned to T. M. Avery,
corner of Cans! and West Water streets. Chicago, who
Is slone authorized to collect the same. Debtors of
said firm are notified to make Immediate payment.
WILLIAM KIRK.
fe2laS23-lw
■DISSOLUTION. —Harrison Lud-
Irgtaa. of Milwaukee. Wls„ retires from the
firm of N. Luillngton A Co„ this day. Tbe business of
manufhctnrisg and selling Lumber will be continued
by the undcrdcned.as heretofore, under the name of
N. Ludlogton A Co. NELSON LUDINGTON.
DANIRL WELLS. Jr.,
, A.G. VAN SCHAICK.
Chicago. January Ist ISO. fc2^a2C-lw
nPHE FIRM OF POPE & SLO-
A CUM was dissolved on (he first Instant. Either
member of said firm I* authorized to sign the name of
the late firm In liquidation. GCOROE O. POPE.
. £.F. SLOCUM.
E, F. Slocum, In-retiring from the firm ofPope*
Slocum, solicits for the new firm of George Q. Pope *
continuance of the patronage so liberally brstowedoa
thelateflrm. [fi;U-riO»2w] E. F.SLOCUM.
XTOTICE OF LIMITED PART
XI NERSIIIP.—George G. Pope, of Chicago. Illi
nois. and Anna F. Pope, of New Bedford, lathe coun
ty of Bristol. In the State of Massachusetts, have thU
day entered Into a limited partnership; the said.
George G. Pope Is the general partner; tne said Atyi.\
F. Pope Is the special partner. Tbe name ot said firm
is George O. Pope. TLa special partner has contribu
ted the sum of Fifteen Thousand Dollars In cash to
the cspltal stock of said firm. Tho place* of ho, Lama
of said firm Is the city of Chicago, and toe business of
said firm is dealing at wholesale and retail In Lamps-.
Oil and Burning I laid, and general merchandize con
nected with the same. Said partnership commenced
oo thfe 9th day of February. A. D. usfls. and terminate*
on the 9th day of February. A. D. ISew.
GRORQB O. POPE,*
„ ANNA F. POPE. ’ »
Chicago. February 9.13C3, feii-zaß-Jw
pOPARTNERSHIP NOTICE.
Mr. Henry W. Fuller Is tills day admitted as *
Jartner In onrboalnesa. The stria of the firm will be
uller.Flnch* Fuller. FULLER* FINCH.
Chicago. Feb. 2. ISO. feS-zSai-Im
JPULLER, FINCR & FULLER,
24 i 56JIAERET STREET, CHICAGO,-
• Wholesale dealers In
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils,
WINDOW GLASS, DYE STOTTS,
jVnd Manufacturers’ .Articles*
F. F. & F. Invite the attention of the trade to thetr
large and carefhlly selected stock; reapectfully solicit
ing a continuance of the liberal patronage heretofore
bestowed on this honse. Te3-x%Q-la
pO-PARTNERSHIP NOTICE.
\J —On the 12th Inst.. wi« admitted as a member of
our firm, WM. J. POPE, recently and daring the past
six years, with Messrs. Davl*. Sawyer A Co„ of thla
cltv. The name and style of the new firm will bo
SHESMAX. HALL * POPE, after tills date.
SHEHMAK A HALL. 87 S. Water street.
Chicago. Jan. Slat. ISC3.
SHUMAN,. HALL A POPE,
1 [Successors to Sherman A Hall. Established A, D.UJI.J
GkADL PRODUCE AND FRUIT
* COMMISSION 3TEHCHJINTS,
Warehouse. 97 South Water street. Chicago. 18.
Cash advanced on consignments for home or East*
ern markets. fe2-z6Ti9-2ni
sue. snznxor.
T\7 D. HOUGHTELING,
M i (Successor to William* & HoughteUag.)
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANT,
2101-3 Water street. Chicago, Illinois.
Ja9-y917-3m
rnrv hip. chests teas.—a
t/V/v/ftiil assortment of new cron Greens and
Black*, embracing all grades of Young Hyson, Hysos
Skin Gunpowder. Imperial, Twookay, Oolong. Ac*
.mvtosUd tor^ |£r prrKnf t HASKKT>
Kfln BAGS COFFEE.-Rio,Mar
t/v U acolbo and Coeta Blca, lair te prime, arrtr
lug and for PITKIN A HAN KEY,
71 Somh Water tree
Kft TONS TOBACCO—Of reliable
t) \J and standard Kentucky brands. ia boxes, bait
boxer and caddies; also. One cat chewing and amok*
Ins of approved mannfactore. Is naif barrels.
Ac., foraale at cnrrent rateaby
PARSONS, PITKIN A HANKET.
71 South Water street. -
saT tS&t-ly
9Kfl HHDS. NEW ORLEANS
cJ yJ SUGARS.—Common to choice la store and
for sale by PARSONS, PITKIN & HANKKT.
JgROOM CORN EXCHANGE.
We Invite consignments of »
BROOM CORN,
Have A3IPLE STORAGE, make advances, and offer
Special Inducements -
By trtrtnj? oar patrons the benefit of pricespaid bj
consumers In the EAST AND CANADA. AH la-iolrlea
prourtiy “ s *"' i EA rPLETKA * sheldo*
Comlsdon Merctiant»2ti»outojtate^tre«^
, frgoi Notoa.
T'RUSTEE’S SALE.—Default hav-
Ew.&fr tt o c r^ or: ;? c »?7'^
RSS the date thereof, with Inter-st at ten percent.*
navable seml-aanoally. there being now due and la
the sum of nine thousand six hundred dollar*
on said note.
Now.therefore, upon the application of said McCord,
the legal owner of«aoid note, and In purs nance with
the power* In a certain Trust Deed of even date there*
witn. executed by said Mason & McArthur, and their -
respective wlveesto secure the pavgment or said note,
which deed vua recorded In the oiuce of the Recorder
of Cook County, Illinois, In Book 49 of Deeds, page tJJ.
1, L. C. Paine Freer, the Grantee and Trustee in
in said Deed, will on the second, day of March, A. D..
1563, at ten o dock In Uie forenoon of said day. at the
North door of the Coart House In the City of Chicago.
County and State aforesaid, sell at Public Auctt in for
cash to the highest bidder, the premises and Beal
tate conveyed l ln and by said Deed of Tnut described
as lot No. one (1) in Blcck No. thirteen (13) in the orig
inal Town of Chicago. City of Cldc ago. County of
Cook aforesaid, excepting therefrom a parcel «r
said lot in the Northeast comer thereof, fronting
twenty (2C> feet on Canal street and eUhty<o»R‘et
on Carroll street, or so much thereof as may be no
eesaarv to make the money due on aald note.
* L. C. PAINE FREER, Trustee. *e.
Chicago.JanuarySP. ISO. - jaSS*SjJ7-ld*
r PHE UNDERSIGNED, “Receiver
A of The Artisans' Bank of the City of New Vork,
In pursuances an order of the Supreme Cotirt of ma
State of New York, granted, on the a«h day of Jag.
lf«. will sen at rublic Anctloa. on fifth '"J
of March. ISO, bv Gilbert A-Samp»a. A™** l
g.ffeuSrtK diS&rtr»l "Ufa. “*
Daik. a WocS dv*
. ‘Hie tenas of sal? “ •'ukshV C, T-tNNKR.
CLs-f*. A Attonuyw.
Ktal (Sstatf.
PETER SHINP,
167 STATE STREET.
®apartncrsl)ip.
-I. W. RANSOM,
T. M. AVERY.
j. s. niiu
©roterus.
J3room (Horn.

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