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Erptria! Noting.
TIT OTHERS ! MOTHERS M
JjX. MOTHERS!!!
Don’t fall to procare
JIBS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING STRUT FOR CHIU
DUES TEETHING.
Thlsvaluable preparation is the preacrlptlou of one
ef the most experienced and sldlual Nonet In New
Kapland, and baa been used with never failing eoccess
in ibontaoda of caeca.
It not only relieves the child from pain, but Invigo
rates tho atomacb and bowels, comeu acidity, and
Sire* tone and energy to the whole system. It will al
most Inßlan Uy relieve
GRIPING D* THE BOWELS AND WIND COLIC,
And overcome Convolalors. which. If opt speedily
remedied, end in death. W« btllevo itTnobest and
Borest retnedvlntheworld.in all cases of DTSESTKB*
and DIAIUtUKA IS CHILDREN, whether arising
from Teething or ftom any i-tner caose, .
Fall directions forualnpwUl accompany each nottie.
None genuine unless the fac-slmllc of CI’KTIS a rBU
SINS. New York, is on the ootslde wrapper.
Sold by all Medicine Dealer*. a.
Principal Office, 45 Day street. New Tork.
Thick okix 23 Carrs ran Bonn
fe2o-aM&5m
Three certain remedies.
DR SCHKNCK* PPLMONIC SYRUP U a cer
tain cure lor coߣo>rriU oa In all lie varWl**B and Ui
CTerr sisne r>w\ »d« d the lunf» are not completely de
stroyed. or too far deciyed to admit of any ewe, ex
ska WKED tonic in a cert ala
■cure for drunepsia and alldl*order*of the digestive or
gans ft b llSrwlM a corroborative. or slrcngthealnc
Sied'clnft nrd n;ay bo tatca w ltd great benefit In su
caswofdebllitv.and lathe early »tacc*ef rozunmp*
Haw ta * fetch the *>>tem isalwave debilitated.
DR fcCTIENCK S MANDRAKE PILLS are a certain
eiTcior uver complaint; and for all dlaeaaei proceed
ing from a lorj.id roadltlon of the liver, or obstruc
tion* fn ihatcr-Tan. Three pills are the best purgative
medicine In exigence. They are adld but powerful In
their operation. being eqnai to calomel In nfcllir. and
far preferable to that mineral on account o! thatr
fcannleas nature, lorthry rrvrr produce aalratlonor
ant other evil cttrcUwtilcb follow the use of mercury,
i“AU of thcao valuable medicines are sold by every
Druggist andPealers. mhlMt
jQIPTHERI A! DIPTHERIAI!
Hiatt'S Wpthoria Cure.GcAaANTEEO to ctkb nr ixl
CAEcs.oKTHSxoxxrsEFCiroKD. The trade supplied
by Lord & Smith. Wholesale Druggists. S3 Lake street.
Chicago. fc2S aiSS-Sm
'J'O CONSUMPTIVES.
Tbe advertiser, haring been restored to health In a
few weeks, by a very tSmple remedy, after having suf-
Tered several years with a severe lung affection, and
that dread disease. Consomptlon—ls anxious to make
known to Ids fellow-sufferers the means of cure.
To all who desire it. he win send a copy of the pre
scription used ifrccof charge)! with the directions for
preparing and using the same, which they will find a
isure cure for coxscjcptiqn. asthk a. Baovemns. Ac
The only object of the advertiser In tending the Pro
scription Is to benefit the afflicted, and spreadlnfortna-
Hon which he conceives to be invaluable, and be hopes
■every sufferer will try his remedy, as it will cost them
nothing, and may prove a blessing,
parties wishing the prescription will please address
Rev. RDWAED A. WILSON*.
WilUamshurgh, Kings County.
ftST-aSiMad&wy yew rork.B
T ONDON EYE AND EAR
I J INFIRMARY.
Corner of Randolph and Dearborn streets. Chicago
B. F. REYNOLDS, Iff. Dm V, D. 2L,
Of tbe Rojtf Oplhalmlc Hospital,
fell zigr-lm London.
CARD
Deafness and Blindness.
DR UNDER TOOD. Oculist and Aurirt. Operative
Borneo*. 131 Randolph street, near tbcSbarman House,
CHICAGO. iLLTNOtS.
Dr.TJ has devoted hi* professional life to Ophthalmic
md Aural Medicine and Sorcery, and receives monthly
oil the new mod Ingenious Instruments and apparatus,
and the different modes of treatment used for the re
lief end cure of these afflictions In aU the Ophthalmic
and Aural Hospital* and Infirmaries of London, i arts,
Berlin and Vienna. He performs all the approved
ancient and modern operations for Dexiacs*. Cataract,
Artificial Punll. Cross Eye. Entropium, tctroplam,
Staphyloma, FbaulaLacbrymall*. and the removal of
tumors, wens and spurious growths of every descrip
tion. Artificial Eves and Ear-Drums Inserted, and
examinations conducted with the Ophthalmoscope,
Anri scope. Otoscope. Pharyngoscope and Ophthalmic
Microscope Instruments and machinery that brilliantly
lUuadnaie the whole exterior. Interior and posterior
Darts of the Eye and Ear. thus revealing tho cause and
nature of many diseases of the eye and ear the# have
hitherto been thought forever hidden la darkness and
impenetrable obscurity. feU-z92Q-lm
The confessions and ex-
PFERtEKCE OF A
SEKTOBS HTAtID.
roblLhedforthebeaefltand as a caution to young
men ard other* who softer from Kervoua Debility.
Daily Decay and their kindred aliments—eunnlyiue
the tneansotsclf cure. Byonewhobas cured himself
alterbclng a vlrtlrn of misplaced confidence In medi
cal humbug and quackery. By enclosing a post-paid
directed envelop, single copies may be bad of the
author. BATH ANTED MAYFAIR, Esq. Bedford.
EiDgFCOOnty. yew York.. Ja39-c-«j9-oui
TUE GOOD SAMARITAN
positively cures Consumption, and all disease*
leading to U. Call or stale your case by letter, with
ptaxnp. Advice free. Delay Is dangerous if you are
diseased. Thirty-one years practice and experience,
Ko calomel or mercury tu-f'd. Medicine* sent by moll
or express. Office ana Laboratory 2141-2 Bouth Clark
atret-t, Chicago. Post Office Bo* 77. __ T> „, T ,, vr ,~
del9-ym»sm DR. PEABODY.
BATCHELOR’S HAIR DTE.
Tbe best la the world.
■WILLIAM A BATCHELOE’S
Celebrated Hair Dye prodace* a color apt to be dla
ilmrnisircd from nutate—'warranted not to lumre tue
hair In the least: remedies the ill effects of bad dyes,
and Invigorate* the hair for life.
GEET, BED, OE EUBTY HATE
Instantly turns a splendid Black or Brown, leaving the
balr eon aud beautiful Fold brail Druggists *e.
«f“Thc genuine U signed william A, Batchelor OB
thofbur Bides of each box. Factory. HI
New York, (late 253 Broadway and 16 Bond.) jyj-sTOMy
"PIPORTANT TO FEMALES.
A Dr.Checßcman'sPnis. . , _ „„
Tiie combination at ingredients In these Pills are the
result of a lone and extenslxe practice. They are mild
In their operation, and certain In correcting all Irregu
larities Painful Menstruations, removing all obstrno-
Hoim whether from cold or otherwise, headache, pain
In the Ride, palpitation of the heart, whites, all nervous
affections, hysterics. tatleae.pala Inlhcback undjl>^ 3
<kc.. disturbed sleep, wtauiatlao from of
nature.
DR
satire.
DK. CHIKSSJrAN’- f* PlttS
W the commencement ol ft p* w enl tn the treatment
Of ti'OAO Irregularities as** obstruction* which hare
consigned so many to a^’ BJCaAT cr.con.vnt. Nofcmale
can enjoy good nnleJls H |, e u regular, and when*
crer an obbtrucU'- _ T »y» a place the general health bo
unce to decline
DR. c;
DU, CHEESEHAN’S PILLS
kre the most effectual remedy erer known for *fl com*
elalnU peculiar to Fzxalc*. To all classes they are
feral cable, onrcciso. wttu ckbtaixtt. ps3ioi>ioaz>
yrtimjEiTr. They are o 'xn to th onaAnos. Who hire
used them at (UnCrcnl periods, throughout the country,
navinc Tie 'sanction of some of toe most kosbst
PETBICTAKSIX AMKBTCa. „ ITrirlT , L
EsruoiTßDir.EcnoKß.flTATnra wirex tubt should
Sot hk used, with each Box—the I’sxca OSB Doi.t.sb
prp Hoi. containing front 50 to M Pills.
Pills sent by mall, promptly, by remitting to the Agent
53 Lake street. Bold bV Dfircioisxa oexeballt.
Pr sold in Chicago at toanufactor'a price by I*OBD
ft SMITH. «pie»yr
CARD TO THE LADIES.
Dr. Dnponco’s Golden Pills
FOR PEHAUCS.
Infallible in correcting, regulating, and removing all
obstruction* of the '‘monthlyperiods from what
ever canie” and always facccssffcl aa a preventative,
and the only sons ana reliable medicine ever known
ffw diseases. ao peculiar to females, whether mar
ried or single. providing von get the genuine PHls.
"Married Ladies ” wIU benartlcnlarln .observing ar
ticle Sd of the direction*. The ingredient* of the Pills
art made known to every agent, and therwliUnfonn
yon the PHia are perfectly hamles*. and will do all
claimed for them.
Price, SI.OO per Bor.
gold In Chicago by ••General Wholesale Agents.” :
LORD * SMITR street.
H. SCOVXL. 76 U—dolph street.
W. 1). HARRIS. FT South Water street.
FULLER & FlScil. 21 and 20 Market street,
J. ROKMUELD, 30 North Clark street.
CALK BROTHERS. 202 Randolph street.
F ft 11. M HOOKER. 66 West Randolph street.
A. B. PATCHES. Jtb West Lake street.
JL JEROME, corner of Clark and Adams etreet.
Ladies! Hv sending utotb of the “above agent*"
fIOO through*the Chicago ‘Tod Office” can have the
Pills sent (confidentially) by mall, to any part of the
connin', free ol postage.’ , _
N B—Lxt>»*! Be very particular. Boy nothing
called "Daponco’s Golden Pills" hereafter, nnlcssyou
find the signature of S. D. Howe on each box. which
baa recently been added, on account of the Pillshaving
Been COUNTERFEITED. ae3»a7M-Cm
QATARKEI CATARRH!
Dr. Srtlcj’s Liquid Citeh UccKsdy,
A sure cure for
Catarrh. or Cold in the Head.
Itucaalertocure Catarrh than Consumption, andby
coring the Cm we prevent the latter. Persons should
understand that the better way to core consumption 1*
to prevent It,
The symptom* of Catarrh, as they generally appear,
mre at oral very alight. Person* find they have a cold
and Cnd that tney Save frequent attacks, and are more
oensative to the chances of temperatore. In this con
dition, the oo*e maybe dry. or a slight discharge. ttiln
and acrid, afterwards becoming thick and adhesive.
As the disease becomes clironlc the discharges are In
creased In quantity, and changed la quality: they an
now thick and heavy, and arc either cot rid of by blow*
leg the nose, or else tbev tall Into the throat and are
banked or coughed Off. The secretions are offensive.
Causing a had breath: the voice is thick and na*al: the
eyes are weak, the sense of smell is lessened or de
stroyed : deafness frequency takes place,
I>r the aid of the LIQUID CATARRH REMEDY. all
there symptoms can he effectually removed.
Price of the Catarrh Ilemedv. 12.00—sufficient forure
one month, with full and clear directions, sent hy ex
press.
Office. 182 South Clark Street, TCp Stain.)
Address Dr. D. H. SKELYE.
sCll-YlSWffi Post Office Box 4331, Chicago. UL
CONSUMPTION!
. 'I'HK THHEK BEHEDIES,
SCliracK'S rDLMOXIC STIHT. for the cure of
Cough-. Old*. JsroncWil* and every firm of Convarap
tloTi. The peculiar action of this medicine ripens the
ulcctaln the lares, promotes the discharge of the cor
rupt matter ty cxj/ector4lion. purilics the bloo.l, and
thru core* Cun*umpUon. when cvcrv other remedy
Sails. •
SCfTFN'fK’fipr.AWEED TONIC, for thecoreofDys
peppl* or_ Indignation.und nil diseases arl-ilng from <lc-
Idlity. TWs 'lonic Invigorates the digestive organs,
supplies the Place of the ga-iricjolce. when tbatfs de
ficient. and then enables tfar patient Jo digest the most
. nutrition* food. It u a tovcrolga, remedy for all oases
°6CuSiCK% SIAKBEAKE BO.LS .one of the most I
valuable medicine* aver c bring * vegetable
substitute for calomel, and Larins all the useful prop.
«tries ascribed to that mineral, without producing any
©fit* Injurious effects. _ _ ,
To these three medicines, Dr. J. H. scacnck.of Phlla
dclrhlt. owes bis unrivalled success In the treatment
of j’ulmooary Consumption. The Pulmonic Syrup
a>ens the morbid matter, discharges u and purifiesUiq
ood. The Mandrake PJl* aa upon the liver, remove
aU obstructions therefrom, give theorjraa a healthy
tone, and cure Liver Complaint, wnich Is one of the
tnoft prominent causes of Consumption. The Sc* weed
-onlc Invigorate® the powers ol the stomach, and by
itirnctbemiic the dlae&Uoa aadbrlnglng It to n normal
?nd hckUJiy condition. Improve* t:re quality of the
oioort-4, y whim, nteaxui. the formation of ulcers or tu
oetc.»*n Uio lung, becomes impossible. Tbccorablnci
*cuoh <,f mere medicines, a* thus explained, will cure
ConimrmJon.lf the remedies are used
HK2^i?H a 'I‘CG*,Jofthera 1 ‘ CG * , Jofthera persevered In sufficiently
,0 Ati to a favorable termination.
medicines, accompanied by full
I? 1 ? *ll Druggist* and Dealers.
n»-*»°V n . ( ' cic end Sea Weed Tonic.
l ; 2? 5 Mandrake
\ *Xl x - .Inters for advice should al-
i p'hu , . r : 5 l c l''? nck * B Principal Office. 3)
2* ortn 6th street, I hliaoclpbla. Pa. fe2la3o>lm
VIENNA &
T T fiTRELLA MATCHES.—TIiese matc’iea are
made without sulphur, and being free
tie odor, are not only very desirable, but almost hidl»!
pecsafcle for use In the parlor and Klecpla- chamber
They arc pot up In fancy colored bores arid
packages for family ufo. and are also carefaiiy packed
Jn c#*oe for transportation. For sale wholesale and
retell by JAMES It. DEY.No. C 6 Cortland street. New
P, B*.—Country' meechantt win do well to call and c*.
«alae our stock. fell) zsas-aa
HpHE TJ. S. REVENUE HY
JL DROMETEH, for awcrtaldlnc the true percent.
Of Alcohol In Inspected liquors by which, the amount
of doty to he paid for Internal rerenne. is calculated.
The Instrument, with plan Jar and book of tables and
instruction*. is packed in a polished mshocauybos,
*wi*u lock and key. Price (7.00. Book only 50 c^ots.
' Transit Lerele. Compaaset and Chains,
ay'J* Drsltlnff Instruments, made by JAMK3
<N-KKK * CO., manufacturing Opticians. 9M Chestnut
mmot. iTiiiadelnlila. i’a. Illustrated and priced cita
lOEuca scat &*-. lui-alOWa
Banking aitii <Erft|cngt.
CIRCULAR .—Trader’s Bank,
Chicago, March 2d, 18CS.— Mr, J, A. Bills, late of
tbeflnaof MawhaUAllslay, Milwaukee. and of the
Ftate Bant. MadUon. bavins purchased the stock of
this lank, u wIIL on ibis date, transfer its hnslaess to
tho new Banking House of .1. A. KLLH * CO.
m3-a6Q im K, I.TINKH AM, Cashier.
jgANKING OFFICE OF
J. A. ECUS & CO.,
CnioAOO, March2,lSO.
Tlic finders! pned having purchased tho stock of the
Tradcr’eUanko!Chicago,and succeeded to Its business,
have opened an office In this city, on the Northwest
corner of Lake and Clark streets, for the purpose of
doing a
General Banking and Eickangc Easiness.
We uDI pay particular attention to tbe purchase end
sale of Exchange, Coin end Treasury Notes, sod will
be pleased to act as correspondents or agents for conn*
tir banks and bankers.
Wo will also keep for sale United States Rercnne
Stamps, on which wo allow a discount ot three per
cent, when ordered in amounts of SSOO and upwards,
and ot two per cent, on amounts of SIOO.
J. A. ELLIS ft CO.
mS-aG'Q-Sm
E.I. TINKHAM. Cashier.
T) AN KING HOUSE OF J. G.
X) CiyRAII.
•17 CLARK STREET. _
I Imre this day rcmorcd my business to toe office
recently occupied by Messrs. HroUicrton 4: Hettlelon.
A general Hanking business transacted.
J, G, COMCAD.
raJ-e721 Ira
Chicago. March 2.1863.
F. COOLBAUGH & CO.,
BANKERS, CHICAGO.
Deposits received, Prompt attention given to the
business of correspondent*. _
\t. F. COOLHAUGH, COOtDAron & BCOOKS,
Chicago. Burlington. lowa.
LB. OLMSTED & CO.,
• Corner of Lake and LassJle streets. Chicago.
Negotiate l/ijnj «n Bond and Mortage.
but Cret-class real estate securities taken..
seJG-gra-ly •
MERCHAKTS’SAYINGS loan
iU & TRUST COMPACT.
CAPITAI/. $500,000.
HENRY FAKXAM. Pres t. 5. A, SMITH. Vlce-PrcsX
L.J. GAGE. Cashier. _ „
Tills Institution wkl Discount Paper, bfiy and sell
Exchange and Coin, and receive money on deposit,
will receive money for accumulation, when left for a
term of years; and receive aud executeTaust from
Coarts, Corporations, Individuals and
. Estates.
Office, corner of Lake and Dearborn streets.
dieeotObs:
J. H. Dnnbarn. James t;oodwln. Henry Faraam
John 11. Foster, D. It. Holt, il. 11. Magic.
I'.L Yoe, W. K. DoggeU. A. H. Barley.
P. D Cooley. C. H. McCormick, T.D. Gilbert.
S. A. Smith. mb7-8341-ly
RANKING OFFICE OF
EEOTEEETOH & HEXTELTOH.
CinOAOO. Feb, 21th, laG3.
Having determined to retire from badness, md de
ririrg to close up oar affair* with as little delay aapos
sli'lu, wo have to request our depositors to send la
their Pass Boots for adjustment, and withdraw their
balances.
2>enrsits will not be received after March Ist, pro*.
Collcctluns from correspondents, sent previous to
receipt of this notice, win hare proper attention.
fesl 03TC-2W BBOTHERTOK & NETTELTON.
J W. DREXEL & CO.,
Bankers and Brokers,
42 South Clark Street, Chicago, HI,
DOMESTIC aND FOREIGN EXCHANGE,
Stocks. Bank Notes. Land Warrants. Specie. &c„ Ac.
Deposits received. Collections promptly made.
Dralts on Ireland. France and Germany, fbr sale in
stuns to salt
DBAW ox
BEAD, DREXEL Sc Co., New York.
DKEXEL Sc Co,, Plilladolpl&ia.
myS-rlSi-ly
r £'HE BANN OF MONTREAL,
ha visa xsTAßLiangp an
AGENCY AT CHICAGO,
Is prepared to do a General Banking Business. Buying
and Selling
Eastern and Sterling’Exohange,
Discounting PRODUCE BILLS based ou shipments,
making
ADVANCES ON STORAGE RECEIPTS,
Re-payable In CHICAGO, or at other points. Receiving
Deposits and Collecting Commercial Paper.
dcIShTOS-ly E. W. WILL ARP. Agent.
|| DOOLITTLE, Banker and
DEALER IN EXCHANGE,
40 South ClarlrStrect,.Chicago,lll
pr particular attention given to Collections.
tny3-xgS-iy _____
■RANK OF AMERICA.—PuWic
D Notice is hereby given, that all Bill* or Circulat
ing N’o teg of the
“BANK OF A3EEBICA,”
Heretofore Incorporated and doing business In tbe city
of (Tjlcaco.ntider the general banking lav* of tbe State
of lUfuoiß, most be presented for payment to the Audi
tor of Public Accounts of said state, at bis office, la
the city of Springfield, within three years from the
date hereof, or tbe funds deposited for the redemption
Of raid notes will be given up to Mid bank.
E. TV. WxixaßD. Cashler. JySv-g&Dlojel-frV
T3E merchants, farmers
AND MECHANICS SAVING’S BANK.
52 Clark Street, Chicago, 111*
Office boom from 10 A. M. to 3P. M. Also, from 5 P
11. toSP.M. Tuesday and Saturday.
ISCOBPORXTED IN 1861.
per cent. Interest paid on Savings,
mxucrou* and ottictxs.
Presldent-S. B. FLEETWOOD.
Vlee-TTes't—F. c. Sasrau*. Counsel—Wx. C. Gpuur
ViccPrea't-P.U.tVxbTPAix.CasUler-SnJNBrMrsES
JJOAED OF KXANCNEBB.
.T r Fanro J. M. Rountree, M. Lewis,
jif .Tones! T. S. Phillips. S. S. Hayes.
JlKcbm. BcrJLDuncc.VO.C. S Dole
K. 11. Williams, .1. G. Oludelc, A. H, Burley,
Ed. Hempstead. T. H. Beebe, TV.;.
H.N.Blsliop.D.b..D. A.Gage. Uoo. V.B. Ogdett,
J M.W.Jonce. W. K. Doggctt,
Q.ILMAN, SON & 0.0.,
BANKERS,
47 Exchange Place, New Tork,
Particular attention devoted to Western trainees.
Waiters UiFEnKSCKs.—Chapin. Wheeler & Co.,
Chicago. 111.: Wisconsin Marine and Flro Insurance
Co. Bank, Milwaukee; Stulc Bonk of lowa and
Branches: State Saving* Association, St. Louis.
mhlDnciS-ly
* financial.
"MEETING OF THE BOND
IVm HOLDER 4 ! ANT) STOCKHOLDERS OF THE
CHICAGO & ALTON RAILROAD COMPANY.-No
tiro hrrf'hv viven that a meeting of the Bondholders
and Stockholder of the Chicago and Alton Railroad
bo htCii In the cltrol Chicago. *t the
Office J die Company, on the Jw* next,
at the hour of noon of that w'F.ftr of
electing a Board of Directors o» said Wmpany, ana
transacting such other boalneae as m»> bchronghtbe
them.
.T. W. POSTER, )
m.l. stkes. 1 Commissioner^.
A. C. BADOSR S
• 5 OSBPH PRICE. Secretary.
Chicago. Feb. 23.1563. tas-aSTHm
TJHODE ISLAND CENTRAL
XV BANK. RHODE ISLAND.—Pursuant to a decre
tal order of too Supreme Court of the State of Rhode
Island, the subscriber gives notice that all persons
holding bills of the
RHODE ISLAND CENTRAL BANK,
Most deposit the same with him at his office. No. 25
Weyboßset street. Providence, R. L, on or before the
Crst'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. L. Jan,lTth. 1363. fed zCU-fim
(Educational.
WESTERN UNION COLLEGE
V T AND MMTiST AOaDSHTi IDbTONjILL.
—The Sccegd Session oftho current sctiool year tr!U
OptQ Oh tie 23th of January. 19G3. with the usual Cul-
U-elate and Academic Classes. The highest class ol
advantages for thorough Classical, Scientific and Mill*
tarr Education are here offered. A full corps of ex*
penenccd Profceaor* arc In charge oftho various de
partments.
Particular Attention paid to Physical Culture,
Tbo College has the finest school Buildings la the
West. (cost, with ootflt.1110.000,) aa ample and attrac
tive unitary Park, a well famished Armory, a Gymav
mom. and many other advantages which should claim
the attention of parents. A thoroughly educated oiH
ccr (Major M. W. Smith, late of the U. S. Array J nth
instruct In all departments of Militarv Science. Cadets
dress In bine nnliorm, and military discipline and or
der Is enforced. Cadets from abroad board at the
same table with the Faculty. Terms, tisoner school
year, payable Quarterly In advance. PnpUs received
at any time, ana charged from date of entry. For Cir
culars address Col. D. S. COVERT, President.
Kolron. Id.. .Tannary Stb.lKO. fril a3Q3 Ira
Broom ffiorn.
JgROOM CORN EXCHANGE.
We Invite consignments of
BBOOM CORN,
Have AMPLE STORAGE, make advances, and offer
Special Inducements
By giving car parent tUo benefit of prices paid by
Containers in the EAST AM) CANADA. All Inquiries
promptly answered.
RAPPLKYEA A SHELDON,
ComUelonMerchants 248 South Waterstrtet.
©roarufl.
K(W) HLF. CHESTS TEAS.—A
full assortment of new crop Greens and
mack*, embracing all grades of Young Hysoa, Hyson
Skin. Gunpowder. Imperial. Twanksy. oolong, Ac*
pn , KDr nASKKr
71 South Water street.
KOO BAGS COFFEE.-Rio,Mar-
UVV tcalbo and Costa Rica, lair to prime, arriv
ing and fox wI U| I SOK B , PITKIN A HANKSY,
71 South Water atree
Kf) TONS TOBACCO—Of reliable
y and standard Kentucky brands, la boxen, half
boxe* and caddie*-, also, fine cut chewing and smok
ing of approved manufacture. Is barrels, half barrel*.
Ac., for sale at current rates ny
. ... parsons, pitkin & banket.
au. t&t-lT 71 South Water street.
OKH nims. NEW ORLEANS
m t/SUGARS—-Common to choice In rtore and
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TUESDAY, MARCH 10, 1863.
3I'CLELLA!« BEFORE TilE
SCUTE.
QneffttoDs Tliat May be Asked Him
by George Wllkea, a Wur Demo*
crat.
[From tho New Tork Spirit, March 6.]
“ This is the state of man; to-day bo puts forth
The tender leaves of hope, to-morrow blossoms,
And bears his blushing honors thick upon him t
The third day comes a frost, a killing frost;
And when he thinks, good easy man, full surely,
Bis greatness Is a ripening, nips his root,
And then be falls -.”
Little Mac is bitterly testing tlie philosophy
or the poet. Since his brilliant campaign
among the Eastern torlcs, ho has been abrupt
ly sen! for to the Capital, and from tbe blush
ing acknowledgment of “conservative”
swords,designed fora service in opposition
to the Government, he is rather peremptorily
required to answer why he failed to use that
legitimate weapon, which a too generous
country gave him along with his commission.
Tbe summons seems to have been in a high
degree unpleasant, and he maneuvered to
evade it by an offer to forward his replies by
mail. Tbe Senate, however, thinking, proba
bly he had already been long enough directed
by the counsels of Fitz John Porter, insisted
he should answer them in person. His jour
ney tiy the rail, as contrasted with the ova
tion recently given him by tbe eastern com
mittees of the Golden Circle, can hardly bo
regarded as a triumph. Not only was the
weather cheerless, bnt he was attended only
by a tingle follower; and it was not his for
tune to obtain sleeping quarters in the train.
His arrival at 'Willard’s moreover, created not
the least sensation, and instead of the throng
ing uniforms in the lobbies, and the stir of
silk that rose at the tables at the bare
appearance of the military favorite of
the peace democracy, an absolute indif
ference reigned on every side. Indeed,
during the first day of his arrival, it was
hardly known that he was in the house.
There was a time when his satellites could
boast for bim, in the words of Barlow, “there
would be a battle only when Mac ordered it;
and there would be a cessation of hostilities
and compromise • just when he decided.”
. There was a time when he rolled into Wash
ington with his household in a laurelled car.
A lime when be had foreign princes In his
train, and fifty horses in his stall. A time
when a tutored soldiery, erroneously believ
ing him to be a hero, rent the ak with vivas
at every clatter of his horse’s hoots; but now,
alas for the transitory state of bogus great
ness, the atmosphere is cold wherein he walks,
and save the poor retainer, who treads in his
shortening shadow, there are none so poor to
do him reverence.
It is not surprising that Little Mac should
shrink from the ordeal of the Senate, or seek
to turn it, by a written answer. "We can im
agine several questions which it will be ex
ceedingly ugly for him to meet and handle.
He will surely require considerable strategy
to excuse Lis early entrance on the career of
disobedience, as shown by his contemptuous
disregard ol the orders of Gen. Scott. He
will need still greater art to account satisfac
torily for not having acquainted Stone with
the fact that bo bad recalled McCall from
Drainsville, while Stone was ordered to more
on Leesburg os a mere auxiliary force. And
all his resources of finesse will be called into
active requisition, not only to excuse his pu
sillanimous delay before Manassas, but the
subsequent astounding blunders that stretch
ed between Yorktown and the Chiekahominy.
According tc the testimony of the leading
Generals of the Army of the Potomac, there
was not a time in the Peninsula campaign,
when the Federal troops did not outnumber
the forceeof the enemy ; nor a time when
they were not superior in equipment, mate
rial and spirit. Yet this superb host, which
under a proper leader could have been
marched anywhere without repulse, was dc
libcratelyjfrittered away; because,as was after
wards revealed by Major Key, it was 4 ‘ uot
the programme to win decisive battles.” It
was Fitz John Porter who was the devil of
this underplot, and we arc willing to believe
that McClellan was his tool. It was to this
man that McClellan mainly entrusted what
was called the siege of Yorktown, but which
was truly, only the siege of death and disease
against the proudest army, of its numbers,
which to that day the sun had ever shone
upon. For weeks, with but an indif
ferent force before them, our buoyant
soldiers were led into tbe damp trenches,
to be saturated into death with fatal
fevers; and when tbe fearful farce was ended,
and the enemy had moved off untouched, the
Knpolcon of the peace Democracy, and heir
apparent of the Northern torlcs, proclaimed
to the world he had won a brilliant victory!
Though the delay thus Incurred had protected
the Confederate capital with reinforcements,
It cost ns about ten thousand lives; while the
discouragement with which it imbued our !
soldiers 1 hearts, was but the forerunner of (
those calamities which made our legions fugl- j
live from the Peninsula, before the end of i
August, Every soldier has imprinted on his t
memory the general resnitsof that deplorable |
campaign. It will not satisfy the accusations :
of ms memory to be told that ” Little Mac is a
great hero, a second Napoleon, a profound
strategist and the.only man to lead the army,”
for in his mind rises the ghastly vision of the
seven days 1 fight, the harrying divisions, the
abandoned comrades, ami the Hying chieftain,
foremost in retreat, and seeking an ignomin
ous shelter :on a gunboat in tho river. Itwas
while little Mac was thus cowering before the
sound of the pursuing cannon, that Andrew
Porter, the Provost >farshal ox the army, sent
him a note saying that tbe Army ol the Poto
mac was destroyed, and urglug Idm to save
himself. It was while he was there, more
over, that Gen. Bcintzclman also sent him a
not c, that the soldiers had discovered his absence ,
and that he could not answer for the conse
quences, tiniest he came on land and showed him
nlf to the troupe. IVlielher Hdntzelman cou
pled these expressions with an ’assur
ance to the ' hero that he would
safe, wc arc not thoroughly advised
tut urc know that under „J pressur( ;
Cffisar sought the shonN r
( T*f s movement washot
all inglorious. every opportunity the
troops performed prodigies of valor, and
though deprived of the presence of their chief
commander, they or the last day, at Malvera,
turned upon the foe and won a victory that
was equal to Austcrlitz or IVagram. In fact,
they crushed the enemy beneath their feet,
aud so signal was tho triumph, that Richmond
lay comphftly at our mercy. Their shouts of
victory rent the air; but what was their as
tonishment when, instead 'of an order to
charge the retiring rebel lines and .advance
upon the Confederate capitol, they received
an order to retreat again, ahd leave our woun
ded to be reclaimed ana counted by a flying
enemy. It was at this period that numerous
Generals wrung their hands lu rage,
and that Kearny, with honest and un
bridled anger denounced the order that im
posed such a shameful necessity upon our
brave soldiers, as proceeding, ‘‘cither from :
cowardice or treason!” The indignant nro
test of the now sainted hero, was made in
presence of a dozen chadng chieftains, an J it
wound np with the words, ‘‘l, Philip Kear
ney, who am an old soldier, make this declar
ation, and I hold myself personally responsi
ble for what 1 say!” He was not called opon
to answer for the accusation; and he is now
acquitted of all danger of account, tor he
perished by being overmatched at Chantilly,
while McClellan was withholding help at
Alexandria, aud Fitz John Por.er was betray
ing him at Centerville.
All these tacts are susceptible of plain cs-.
tablisbment; and it is likely tho Committee
of the Senate on the Conduct of the War
i have propounded questions which will roach
them. Chief among all the inquiries to Mc-
Clellan. however, nave probably been, or
should nave been, the interrogatories, wheth
er ho made reports of his battles according to
established military rule; and what he did
with the reports which his subordinate Gen
erals banded over to him ? The commander
who could recommend Fi { z John Porter to
the President; with a regret that there was no
office high enough to duly honor him, should
not have neglected this simple justice to his
; other servants.
XOWAX
GBA3D •lljafCTlOi’t.
A Drunken Colonel sets ’fflUppcd by a
Private.
Editor Chicago Post;
Lagrange, Tenn., 3larch 3.—A disgraccfet
reucouutrc took place at Grand Jnnctlonjyea
terday evening. I have inquired from by
etanders at tbu time it took puce, and believe
the following to be a true account:
Col. Wolcutt, of the 461h 0. V. infantry,
and a few of hia officers, were drinking ale,
ad libitum, in the post sutler’s store, and were
in a merry mood. They improvised a p<it , af
ter the famous Madame Vcstris fashion, to
enliven their malt libations. Jerry Brennan,
of the 15th Michigan infantry, went into the
sutler’s and quietly asked for a glass of ale.
One of the shoulder-straps said he could not
get any. Jerry remarked that he thought his
money was good, and that a private soldier
ought to get a gloss of ulc, as he did the best
part of the fighting. One of the “polite” offi
cers very coarsely informed him that he was
a liar! Ileny informed the “polite” officer
that he (Jerry) bad as good a right to call him
(shoulder-straps) a liar as shoulder-straps had
to call him. The valiant officers thereupon
pounced on Jerry, but the first ons was hors
du combat in a minute. They pounded him In
an awful manner, and covered his face with
contusion and blood- Col. Wolcott happened
to be apart at the time his frlcuds so gallant
ly attacked the private, but coming over sep
arated them, and ordered the crowd that col
lected to go to tbclr quarters. Sergeant Pool
of the l&th Michigan, was one of the
first ho met. uo ordered him to go
to his regiment in a very-forcible and
provoking manner. Suiting the word to
theacliou, and the action to the word, ho
struck the sergeant on the ear. The sergeant
made no reply but that ho was going to his
regiment, whereupon the placid colonel
knocked him down. The ale began to work,
and he dashed round with “Go to your regi
ment—every one of yon—to your quarters”—
cuffing and kicking like a bally in a bar-room,
lie gave a stout little French boy a stroke ou
the hack of the head, whick broke the camel’s
back. “Frcnchy” could’nt stand that—and
struck out from the shoulder, doubling up
the son of Mars, and leaving him at full
length on terra firma. To core him he gave
him a quartette of kicks that were very ex
pressive—and eloquent. .The companions of
the colonel were shocked when they saw
their chief bo low, and rolled up their sleeves
a la Bendigo, but “simmered down" when
they saw half-a-dozen stout looking follows
of the 15th Michigan coming over to plucky
“Frcnchy.’ l By this time there was a large
crowd, and sundry expletives,not very elegant,
were made use o£ The 46th flew to arms,
the lone roll of the 12lh Indiana-rang out,
and all was “as merry as a marriage
bell.” The Colonel picked himself up a little
sobered and got out of sight. Down came*
the 46th, with arms in their lumdsand fight In
their eyes. The 15th Michigan looked at
them with jeers and sneers, when CoL Mc-
Dowell, commanding the brigade, and CoL
McDocmoU, commanding the upon
the eccncand ordered all to their respective
quarters. The 40th retired 44 in good order,"
■with n salvo of hip, hip, hurrah's from the 15th
Michigan.
Col. MdDowoll was terribly excited, and bo
promised to investigate the matter: if pri
vates arc the guilty ones, they shall Buffer ;• if
officers, they shall suffer— may be, or, perhaps.
There is only one to blame, ajU ail uouu *u
this, that it is CoL Wolcott.
What a terrible catastrophe it would bo if
those two regiments were to commence a
tight. 1 shudder si the thought, uud hope the
drunken ruffians who have so wantonly out
raged a private soldier, and the bellicose Col
onel who was so Insulting, will be brought to
a sense of their duty by an Immediatcand dis
graceful expulsion from the army—from a
service In which they have shown themselves
to he unworthy of position or place.
MEOMICSiJVD LABOHERS'
JJIW.
An Act Tor llio Better Security oflTle
chnalcJi Errellss Balidluca In the
State or Xliluol*.
Section 1. Le it enacted by the People of the
State of JHinoif, represented in the General
hlyt That every sub-contractor. mechanic, work
man, or other person, who shall hereafter, in con
formity with the terms of the contract between the
owner of any lotorpiece of ground, or his agent,
and the original contractor, perform any labor or
furuishany materials In building, altering, 'or re
pairinganyhoußeorother building, or in any street,
or alley and connected with such building, or ap
purtenance to any bouse or other building In the
counties of Cook, Alexander. Union, Peoria, Wil
liamson, Bureau, Putnam, Marshall, Woodford,
Pulaski, Edgar. Marlon. Franklin, Henry.
Fulton, and DeSalb, in this State, shall
have a lien for the value of such labor
and materials npon such house or building, and ap
purtenances, and npon the lot of land npon which
the same stand, to the extent of the tight, title and
interest, at that time ezlstiogof such owner, in the
manner and to the extent hereinafter provided;
bnt the aggregate of all the liens authorized by this
act to be created, shall not exceed the price stipu
lated in the contract between such owner and the
original contractor, to be paid for suclUmprove-
XBcnt,ond nothing in this act contained, shall
oblige each owner to pays greater sum for or on
account of such house or building, than the prico
or sum agreed and stipulated to be paid in and by
such contract.
Bec. 2. The person performing snch labor, or
famishing such materials, shall caaec to be drawn
op specifications of the work by him contracted to
be performed, or materials to be famished; and
staling the price or prices agreed to be paid there
for. and shall file them, or If there be a contract in
writinma trne copy thereof In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of the county wherein the said
house or other building is situated, and serve no
tice of snch filing on snch owner or his agent,
within twenty days after making such contract, or
commendngthe performing of such labor, or the
furnishing of said materials. Saidclerfc shall pro
vide a book which shall be called “ The Meehan
ics’and Laborers’Lien Docket, In which he shall
enter alphabetically the names of the contractors
or laborers, or otherpersons claiming a lieu; and
the lot or street on which said work is to be done,
or materials famished, and the time of filing such
specifications or copy of such contract, and such
clerk shall. In each case, receive the sum of twou
ty-five cents.
Sec. 8. The lien created by this act shall take ef
fect from the time of filing the specifications or
contract as provided by ecctiou two of this act, and
the service of the notice of the filing thereof In
said section provided, and shall continue in full
force forthe period of one year thereafter.
Seo.4. Any person performing such labor or
furnishing such materials as mentioned in the pre
ceding sections of this act, and claiming a lien '
therefor by virtue of this act, shall within thirty
days after such labor has been performed or snch ,
materials have been furnished, produce and deli* ■
ver to such owner or his said agent a statement In 1
writing signed by himself ana said contractor, .
specifying bow much is dac to such person for
snch labor done, or materials furnished, or in de
fault of so doing shall take the necessary legal .
proceedings against the contractor to procure an I
accounting and settlement of the amount due or
owing for such labor, or materials, which pro
ceedings may be instituted in any court
having jurisdiction of the amount claimed
to be due and shall in all respects, be conducted i
like other suits at law: and shall servo the owner
of said premises or his said agent with, a.copy of
the summons and notice of the amount claimed,
and the service of snch summons and notice shall
daring the pendency of said salt, be a bar to the
recovery by the contractor from the owner of the
amount claimed in said summons and notice, to- i
getherwith interest and costs thereon.'And id !
case such person shall fail to produce and deliver I
such statement, or take the necessary legal pro- |
ccedlngs to adjudicate and settle such claim with
in said period of thirty days, to compel snch ac- I
counting and settlement between himself and such I
contractor, and serve said owner or bis said agent
with a copy of the summons and notice aforesaid,
or shall fail to prosecute the proceedings ao taken
with effect and without unreasonable delay, to final
judgment, he shall forever lose the benefit audbc
precluded of his said loin. The amount of any
judgment which may be recovered by any such
person, for anysneb labor and material, or the
amount which by their written statement, to be
signed by them as aforesaid, shall be specified to
be dne to snch person from such contractor, shall
be paid by such owner or his agent to such person
and when so paid shall be deemed to be a payment
of such amount by the said owner, on the contract
made with the said owner or his said agent, and if
such owner or his said agent shall rcfuscorneglect
to pay such sum after being served with snch state
ment or a transcript of the docket of the judgment
for ten days after being requested so to do, then
the person owning nud holding each statement or
transcript of such judgment, may flic in the circuit
court of the county, where the property, building,
or premises arc situated, his petition against snch
owner for an order or decree to sell the said prem
ises. building, or property, which said petition
shall coniain a brief statement of the facts, and
allege under the oath of the petitioner. Ist. That
the defendant is the owner or the property, prem
ises or building, or state the nature of his interest
therein as near as may be, and describing the same.
2d. The nature, as near as maybe, of the contract
between the owner and the original contractor, and
the kind of buildings and improvements contracted
to be made. 3d. Toe nature and amount of work
done, or materials furnished, by the petitioner, and
the fact that sneb owner or. bis agent has
been duly served with a copy of a state
ment of the amount due to the petitioner, signed
by snch petitioner and contractor, or a copy of the
transcript of a judgment in favor of snch petition
er and against snch contractor, for such work and
labor done or materials furnished, and the refusal
ol such owner or hi; agent to pay the basxo, as ro
quiredby the provisions of this act.
And upon the filing of snch petition, duly veri
fied, the clerk of said court shall issue a summons, ,
as now provided by law In casks of mechanics’
liens, which enngaoAß shall bo served as now pro
vided by law, and said case shall be docketed and
stand for trial, and the same proceeding* shall be
hadiavcepect thereto aa are now provided by law
Vo cases of mechanics’ V.fins.
Sic.?. Ohibfl trial of said cause, if the court
shall be satisfied that the petitioner has complied
with the requirements of this act, and taken the
necessary steps to perfect his said lieu,
<ia nercln
before provided, then, paid C-vurr shall enter judg
ment for the amount of said statement, signed aa
aforesaid, by wild petitioner and said contractor,
or for the amount of the transcript Of said
judgment, in favor of such person agjlnst
said contractor, and decree or order that the
same be a lien upon the said premises or lot of said
owner to the extent hereinbefore provided, and
that the same be sold to satisfy such lodgment, to
gether with the ci*te of snch proceedings, and ex
ecution may issue on such judgment, and costs
i shall be awarded and taxed, and the same proceed
ings be hadnpon saidjudgment and the execution
issued thereon as are now provided by law incaaea
of mechanics’ liens.
Sec. 6. Whenever any snit shall bo brought by
i any contractor, subcontractor, laborer, or person
furnishing material, as hereinbefore provided by
this act, or by the law of lien as it now exists in
this State, or the contractor shall sne upon the con
tract. the owner may flic his petition as the cause
so brought, stating who has liens upon the prem
ises, and the proceedings in said cause shall be
stayed nntll all’ the parties having snch liens are
broogbt before the court, and when all the parties
Interested shall be brought before the court, the
! court shall cause the rights of all the parties to
bo Adjusted and render according
io the rights of the parties, and cause the
proper division of the amount due from
the owner to be made ratably among said sab-con
tractors, laborers, and persons furnishing mate
rials, until they are folly paid (should there be suf
ficient due from the owner to pay the same) and
tho balance, if any, to the contractor; and, if the
owner shall desire to have said claims adjusted, he
may file his petition in the Circnil Court, staring
the frets, and summon ail parlies interested as
contractors, sub-contractors, laborers, or material
men, and upon the bearing therein the Court shall
determine the amount due from the owner, and the
araonnt due to each of the other parties, respec
tively, and distribute tho amount dne from tbs
owner aa hereinbefore specified. The provisions
of this act shall apply to the counties of Cook, Al
exander, Union. Peoria, Williamson. Bureau, Put
nam,'Marshall, Woodford, Pulaski, Edgar, Marion,
Franklin, Henry, Fulton, and De Kalb, and to no
other part of the State, and this act shall take ef
fect and be In force from and after its passage.
S. A. Buckmabteu.
1 Speaker of the House of Representatives.
Fuancis A. Hostman,
* Speaker of the Senate.
Approved February 14. ls£3.
Eicud. Yates, Governor.
Untie© States op Ajuujca—State of Illinois —
88.—I. O. M. Hatch, Secretary of State, of the State
ofHUnois, do hereby certify that the foregoing is
a true copy of an enrolled law now on file in my of
fice. In witness whereof 1 have hereunto set my
band,and affixed the Great Scalof State, at the
city of Springfield, this fourth day of March, A. D.
1S&. . V- H. Hatch.
Secretary of Stale.
Ak Act to amend Chapter Sixty-fire of the Re
vised Statutes of 1545, entitled Leii)3.
Sec. 1. Bo it ena'cted by tho people of tha State
of Illinois represented in the General Assembly,
That when any person or persons shall famish la
bor or materials for erecting or repairing any
balldlng or superstructure, or the appurtenances
CicreolTin accordance With the existing Icinlaws
of thW State, or any th % t may be enacted daring
the present session* of the Gcneraa
Assembly; And such building, superstruc
ture or appurtenance shall extend over
and beyond (ho line of the lot upon
which the main tailding orsnperstrnctnre is erect
ed, or shall fnmisS materials or perform anylabor
outside of the lot line subject to be ordered by any
incorporated city within this State, such person or
persons shall have a leln upon said lot In the-man
ner provided by the existing statutes for the amount
dne for such labor or materials.
Sec. 2. This Act to be in force from and after
its passage.
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Tenters,
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George Engle,- Bucher Hill, Wisconsin, Har
vester.
R. J. Hamilton, Chicago, Illinois, journal
C. W. T. Kransch, Chicago, Illinois, ma
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W. *3. Todd, Meckmlcsville, lowa, com
jlantcr.
j. Wolf, Fort Madison, lowa, razor strops.
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rfel4-a37-to may l-Stew-d&wJ
DR. SWEET’S
Infallible Liniment,
THE
GREAT EXTERNAL BEMEDT,
POP. RHEUMATISM. GOITT. NEURVLGTV, LUM
DAGO. STIFF KECK AKD .HUNTS. SPRAIN’S.
BBIfISF-S. CITTS AND WOUNDS. PILB9,
HEADACHE. AND ALL RHEUMATIC
AKD NERVOUS DISORDERS^
Forall ofwhlch it is a speedy and certain remedy,
and never fails. This Liniment is prepared (Tom the
recipe of Dr. Stephen Sweet, of Connecticut, the
famous bone setter, and has been used In bis practice
for more than twenty years with the most astonishing
6I ASAN ALLEVIATOR OF PAIN. It Is-unrlrallcd
by anv preparation before the public, of wldch the
motd skeptical may be convinced by a single trial.
* This Liniment will care rapidly and radically, Uhen
malic Disorders of every kind, and In thousands of
cases where It has been used It has never been known
*°FOB NEURALGIA. it win afford Immediate relief
in every case, however distressing. . .
It will relieve the wont cases of HEADACHE la
three minutes, and Is warranted to do It:
TOOTHACHE also will It cere instantly.
FOR NERVOUS DEBILITY AND GENER AL L AS
SITUDE. arising from Imprudence or excess, this
Hutment is a mosthapay and aofalllng remedy. Act
ing directly upon the nervous tissues. It strengthens
and revWlsce the system, and restores It to elasticity
and vigor. . , , ,
FOR PILES.—As an external remedy, we claim that
it Is the debt known, and we challenge the world to
produce an equal. Every victim of this distressing
complaint should give It a trial. lor it will not fill to
afford Immediate relief, and In a majority of cases wIU
effect a uadical cure. . „
QUINSY AKD SORE THROAT aro sometimes ox
trcmelv nmllgpant and dangerous, buta timely appli
cation of this Liniment will aever fall to cure.
SPRAINS arc sometimes very obstinate, and ohlarse.
menl of the joints Is liable to occur if neglected. The
worst case may be conquered by this Liniment in two
%Ksks!“cuts, wounds, sores, ulcers.
BURNS AND SCALDS, yield readily to the wonder
ful healing properties of Dr. Sweet s Infallible
j.TKtxrEST. when used accordinetp dlrecUOas.Alao.
CHILBLAINS. FROSTED FEET. AND INSECT
BITES AKD STINGS.
Every Horse Owner
Should have this remedy at hand, for its timely use at
the first appearance of Lameness will effectually pre
vent those formidable diseases, to which all horses are
liable, and which render ao many otherwise valuable
horses nearly worthless. , . . ..
Over four hundred voluntary testimonials to the
wonderfol curative properties of this Linimenthive
been received within the last two years, and many of
them from persons in the highest ranks of life.
CAUTION.
To avoid Imposition, observe the Signature andLlko
cess of Dr. Stephen Swecton every label, and also
“Stephen Sweet's Infallible Liniment’* blown in the
glass of each bottle, without which none are genome.
RICHARDSON A CO.. ,
Sole Proprietors, Norwich, Ct.
For sate by LORD * SMITH, General Western
-Agents. 24 Lake street. Chicago, and by dealers
everywhere. fc.6-a4ifi eow-ly
ASi?
ZYLOBALSAfe?y M >
XJm> fffcnt unequalled Preparation
lSestorliur,lnTlcoratln:;, Beautify
ing and Dressing the Hair,
Rendering It sofr. silky and glossy, and disposing It to
remain In any desired position; quickly cleansing the
scalp, arresting the fall and Imparting o healthy and
natural color to the Hair. *
IT NEVER FAILS
To Restore Grey Hair
Its Original Youthful Color.
IT IS NOT A DIE,
Bnt ocU directly upon the roots of the Hair, giving
them the natural nourishment required, producing the
same vitality and luxurious quantity as in youth.
For Ladies and Children
Whose Hair requires frequent dressing the Zylobal
tamum has no equal. No lady s toilet
is complete without It.
Sold by Druggists throughout the World.
PRINCIPAL SALES OFFICE.
198 Greenwich Street, New York City
ZYLOBALSfIMUM.
joSl-zCOt-Sm-aTaT
YORK AND ILLINOIS
' Hoop Skirt Manufactory,
And Importer and dealer In all kinds of
French and German Corsets.
AT WHOLESALE
AND RETAIL. 79
yir u~~- Bomb Clark street.
C I —(opposite tbo Court
r~* Ti cmoioo. nxtstoM.
Silk A Cotton Skirts
i 11 \| i mads t* order at
diort
aancT^P^fstockof
*^7 — 17 | Skirts constantly on
1 ■ hand, from 3 spnns*.
C3iidrcn , a, to m springs. ladles’ sue.
N. B.—We repair all aklrte which we sell without ex*
ca cnarce. provided they are kept cleaa. Onr skirts
arewarrantedtobeoftbobestcnaUtr. Watch Spring
,-iccißkirts exchanged if not safisfbetory, and all par.
gent to residence.
Notice to TTholciale Bayer*.
AKtre nave been in the Skirt business since the lint
Vanning of the trade, and have branches of oar house
i all the principal cities of the Union, as veil as Lon
don—and as our London Agent famishes us our steel
axnrrt cost—thus giving our customer* the benefit of
wuat we should otherwise pay for commissions—we
are able to sell lower than any other manufacturer,
orders by man promptly attended to.
i* HUGER, Proprietor for Chicago,
New York Factory, 33 Bowery, .
• Chi cage Post Office Box 453
-tsa-ij
nPHE RESULTS OF EMAKCI-
X PATION.
M. COCHTNI’S GEEAT WOEK.
largo 12* mo,
" A thorough and admirable treatise.”—[New York
" Facts and sound logic, Men of an parties wIH read
this book."—{Philadelphia Inquirer.
"M. Cochlnl ts eminently practical. Hi* book la not
an enthusiastic argument to sustain a pet theory.’
[Baltimore American, ... - »
“ it ts by Car the most elaborate work ever written
or me subject.”—[Home J onrnau
” Crowded (fall with faois. The work of aphiloscpher
and a lover of truth,”—[Christian Intelligencer.
" Hcallr valuable and Interesting.”—[New York
"World,
Sold In Chicago by 8. C. GRIGGS & CO. and IT. B.
KEEN, and by Bookscliei s everywhere.
Bent Dee by mall, on receipt of »LSO.
WALKER, WISE & CO., Publisher*,
tes6-a«&lw-eod . POSTON. MASS.
T B. SEELEY’S TRUSS ESTAB
Xe LISHMENT.
126 Clarlc Street, Chicago,!!!,
Sole proprietor aaO manufacturer of the Hard Rubbo
Truss". TliL» Truss will cure Rapture, wfil never rust
Chafe gall or busier, trees Ibe cord from all pressure,
la always clean and good as new. Manufacturer and
dealerm Shoulder Braces. Abdominal Supporters. Silk
Elastic Stockings. Ac., Ac. Send for Pamphlets.
Dr. vvucox's Patent Artificial Leg. manufactured by
C. Sloffbrd, 126 Clark street. Chicago. 111., has many
Important advantages over any other Limb known, u
warranted to give perfect satisfaction, send foe
pamphlet. . dea-xMS-lyT.T&a
T OTTERIES. —John A. Morris
X~> A Co.’s Delaware State Lottery will be drawn In
"Wilmington. Delaware. , , _
Every Wednesday" ana Saturday
During the your. Prizes raage from SIO to •soooo. pa
Circulars or Ticket*, address A. J. B A.CH S.
fes6-BBOT-lm 169 Broadway. N. Y
XfOTICE TO CREDITORS OF
J_V PROP. NIAGARA.—AH persons bolding claims
agilnsteald Prop© lar/wIM present them Immediately
to medbr adjustment. F. A, UOWB, Jb m Agent (tar
QTDQfSt O^iILUA
Bibbing, paper fjangtnga,
Jg RANDOLPH STREET. Jg
McGRATH,
Wbslesale and Retail Dealer in
WALL PAPER,
WINDOW SHADES,
And Curtain Paper, &c.,
AT SEW TORE PRICES.
J. J. mcGBATH, 78 Haodolpb street.
lowest casta prices.
mht-aTYMm
P H
PAPER HANGINGS,
WHOLE BATE AKD EETAIE.
B. F. CHASE & 00.,
109 RANDOLPH STREET. 109
4
Trade supplied at Lowest Cash Prices.
PAPER HANGINGS
AT WHOLESALE
TO THE TRADE,
FOR SPRING SALES,
At less than N. Y. Prices.
E. G. L. FAXON,
70 JLahe Street. 70
BEDDING
WAREROOMS,
70 LAKE STREET.
Purchasers of Bedding for the
Winter, or to f or Spring,
should call and p^amine.
MATTRESSES,
Blankets, Comforters,
SPREADS, Etc.
STEAM CURED FEATHERS.
OU> FEATHERS HE»i VAIJBD AND
WATTBESSES DUBE 6Tv®'
E. Cr. 3L. F.IXOJW
Sl)ip dfjcmiilcra.
ROSTER & HARDENBERGH,
SHIP CHANDLERS,
SAIL MAKERS,
AXD DEALERS Et
TWINES AND CORDAGE,
217 South Water St., Chicago.
Have constantly for salejit the lowest m&rket Prices
Manilla and Tarred Ropes. Hay Bops. Lash,
Tam. Bags and Bagging. Canvass,
Oaknm. Spun Taro. Pitch. Tar.
Chains, Blocks, &(L. Ac.
Cotton, Flax and Hemp Twines,
SAILS AND TENTS,
U&TAIUSGS, AWimtGS, WiGOJf COTEBS,
FUGS, AC., AC,
trx&detoorierattba tiiortcst Hotlca.^,.
Eandell or Sibley Tent.
HAG AN’S. 4; SONS
PATENT HOIST WHEEL
PUT UP AT SHORTEST NOTICE,
ono.T.roarEß. (myl-psts-lyf
PUKS, FURS, FURS.
ICNATZ HERZOG,
WHOtESJOJE as® RETAIL DSAIS* AND RaSTTAO
rxxs or
Hats, Caps and. Furs,
• 153 'LAKE STREET.
My assortment la the before named articles cannot
be surpassed to the West. Through my faculties in
purchasing and manufacturing. I am enabled to sell at
lower prices than any bouse m the city. Call and ex
•mica mj goods before purc^n^raertfg^
P. O. Box SS32. 152 Lake street. Chicago* HL
karstghestmarket price paid for all kinds of Raw
rfrt. aplO-paiS-ly
$1.50,
JP>UBS! FURS! FURS!
LADIES’ FURS,
GENTS’ FUR CAPS,
Collars, Granntlcts,
Buffalo, Bear and Wolf Eobes,
WHOLESALE AHD RETAIL.
Buy where yon can make the best selections at the
owcstprlcre. Try •
135 Lake Street.
I. C. MAYEB.
Great indncementa to wholesale dealer# seS-a137-Gai
Paper Ulgril;ottse.
>APER.
PIONEEE PAPEE WAEEHOUSE OP
BUTLER & HUNT,
48 STATE SXBEKT. j
Maonfficturere and Wholesale Dealer* la as kinds of
Coarse and Fine Papers. Envelopes, cards. Card and
otnw Bosnia. Paper Bags, Prlntvra’lnk, Ac., Ac.
IV'CsihpudfQrallßiida oCPaperSWck. utld-li
A Valuable Medicine
FOR EVERY FAMILY.
ADllfifilQTO 111 "U actions or the Ctfcv and
■lllUttlllo I O country, keep oa hand. boy. sen
and recommend u a ionic,stima-
Unt and appetizer.
BOBACK’S
STOMACH BITTERS.
ADATUCAADICC *n all section* of the city
Aril I flClfAlllCo and country keep la stock,
Wl sell and dispeaseasatonlo
BODICE'S
STOMACH BITTERS.
lIIVGIIIIAUft 1° all sections of the city and
niOlblAliA country, approve and recom
uiviviniiv mend this celebrated tonic,
BOBICK’S
STOMACH BITTERS.
ADAfIITDO In all sectioasof the city and country.
OnUuCIIO d ee {\jJ supplied with and
STOMACH BITTERS.
UATCI © In all sections of the city and country,
nil I CLo are supplied with and ••cannot keep a
"*• • Hotel,, without a stock of
BOB.VCK’S
STOMACH BITTERS.
lIAOBITAI ft Throughout the army of. the
HDSrll aLa North have found an ladlspeusa-
Ue tonic, and are tulag. fur ttao
soldiers.
STOMACH BITTERS.
Aiifl FBCI la every regiment ought to Have, and
>llll r||u many have Introduced and highly
* w ■ recommend
STOMACH BITTERS,
I miM Old and young, for BiUoa«ae>3. Liver
I flll|fcX_ Complaints. Languor. Weakness sad
General Debility, are recommeated to
use
STOMACH BITTERS.
RIPRVBAAV Who desires a (rood tonic, for
EVrKIfijIIII I giving tone to the spirits, a
kikinwif i healthy appetite and strength to
the system generally, should not
(all to bay abottle ot
BOBACK'S
Dr. C. W. ROBACK, Prop., Cincinnati.
C. A. COOK, Chicago, General Agent.
Oflce 24 420 ilarket-et.. Lind's Block.
Sold at Wholesale br FULLLB * FINCH. LORD *
SMITH, SMITH A DWTEK. J. H. KEKD & CO.. J.
BOEMHtLD. WRIGHT & FRENCH. At retail by
BLISS* SHARPE, WRIGHT * FRENCH. MANN
A DYCHE. GALE BROTHERS. E. H. SARGENT. W.
U. DILL INGRAM,M. .TEROMK. J AS WILLARD, aad
byDrogcUts and Dealers generally, throughout the
Northwest. feli-ctO*iy-eod
CONSTITUTION
WATER
THE GREAT REMEDY
ONLY KNOWN BEMEDY
AND DISEASES OF THE
KIDNEYS AND BLADDER.
Xhcae Dangerous and Troublesome
Slkcoscs, which. tavo tbus far Re
sisted the best Directed Treat
ment* cau be completely con
trolled by the Remedy
now before us I
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 tho influence ol the
CONSTITUTION WATER,
which circs those organs time to recover thcl
healthy tone and vigor. Wc are able to state tha
the Constitution Uutcr has cured every case of Dl
ftbetis in which It baa been given.
RTOKE IN T^K BLADDER, CALCULUS,
5T ° GRAVEL. BRICK DUST DEPOSIT
AND MUCUS OR MILKY PIS
CHARGES AFTER URI
NATING.
Diseases occurring from one and the same cause
will be entirely cured by the Constitution Water,
if taken for any length of time. The doaa should
vary with tho severity of the disease, from twenty
to- th re* times ad*y,m
During the passage of the Calculus, the pain and
urgent symptoms, should be combatted with the.
proper remedies, then followed up with the
stitution "Water, as above directed.
DYSMENORRHEA. OR PANFUL
ATION, AND IN MEN QRRILv. r a OR
PROFUSE FLOWING
Bolh diseases arising from a too Vty secretion ofthe
menstrual fluid—in the one case being too little,
and accompanied by severe pain; and the other a
too profuse accretion, which will speedily cored
Py the Constitution ater.
That disease known
«i 8 . of-SSttaf o™=
***. organ, and la known by a sense
2,, c -ess and dragging pains in the back and
..ucs, and at times accompanied by sharp lacioat
ing or footing pains throush lbs parts, will, In
all cases, be removed by the medicine.
There 1 a another class of symptoms arising from
IRRITATION OF THE WOMB, which physicians
call Nervousness, which word covers up much ig
norance, and in nine cases out of ten the doctor
does not really know whether the symptoms are
the disease, or tbe disease the symptoms. We can
only enumerate them here. I speak more particu
larly of Cold Feet, Palpitation of the Heart. Im
paired Memoir. Wakefulness, Flashes of Heat,
Languor, Lassitude and Dimness of Vision.
SUPPRESSED MENSTRUATION,
Which In the unmarried female is a constant re
'’ing disease, and through neglect tbe seeds of
<**• and dangerous maladies are the result;
more g. ->th after month passes withnS an cdort
ana as mow. nesist nature, the suppression ba
being made to, , patient gradually loses her ap
comes chronic, tm-. -o constipated, night sweats
petite, the bowels a.. •- n Anally ends Eer career,
come on, and consumpttw.
_ , LTJECOBRHffiA, OS ™„, ta of
This disease depends upon an liw j t ; Q
mneons lining of the vagina and womb. back,
all cases accompanied by severe pain in the . £
across the bowels and through the hips. A, tu
spoonful of the medicine may be taken three times
a day, with an Injection of a tea-spoonfal of the
medicine, mixed with a half pint of soft water,
morning and evening.
IRRITATION OF THE NECK OF THE BLADDER,
INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNKVS. AND
CATAAT.iI OF THE BLADDER,
STRANGURY AND BURNING,
OB PAINFUL 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 argent symptoms.
Are yon troubled with that distressing pain in the
email of tbe back and through tbe bins? A teaspoonful
a day of Constitutional Water will relieve you like
ratxlc. •
* FOR DYSPEPSIA.
It hasno equal In relieving the most distressing symp
toms. Also Headache. Reartbsm, Add, Stomach, Vom
iting Food. Ac. Take a teasnoonfal after dinner. The
do« In all cases may be increased If desired, but
should he done gradually.
PHYSICIANS
Have long since given up the use of bochu, cubebj,
and Junipers In the treatment of these diseases, ana
only use them for want of a better remedy.
Bus proved itself equal to the task that has derolv
upon it.
Iritate and drench the kidney*, aad to? constant use
soon lead to.* chronic degeneration aad confirmed
disease. __
Bead; Bead) Bead.
Djorntuc, ?*.. Jane J. IMS.
Ds. 'Wm. H. Gbboo—Dear Sir; In February. Ml*:
I was afflicted with the sugar diabetes, sod for lire
months I passed more than two gallons of water In
twenty-four hours. I was obliged to get op as often as
ten or twelve tlr.ts during the night, and la live
months I lost about fifty pounds la weight. Daring
the month of Joly, iscLi procured two bottles of
ConstUctoln Water, and In two days after using U. I
experienced relief, and after taking two bottles I was
entirely cured, soon after regaining my usual good
htaltti. Tours truly,
J. Y. L. DKTVTIT.
Bosrss CoESEkf, >i. T., Dec. 27,1331.
tTu. U, Gbzog & Co.
Jttrs.
Gent*—-Ifteelyglve you liberty to nuke use of the
following certificate of (he value of Constitntloa
Water, which 1 can recommtndln manner:
My wife, who was attacked with pain 'in the should
ers, whole length of the back, ami In her limbs, with
Palpitation of the Heart, attended with Falling of the
Womb. Dyjmenormhma aad Irritation, 1 called a
physician, who attended her about three months, when
helert her worse than he found her. I then employed
oneof thebedi physicians IcouldflndjWho attended her
for about nine months, and while roe was under Ms
care ehe did not suffer Quite so much pain; he dually
gave her up, and tali -her cose was Incurable.” For.
said he. "she has such a combination of complaint*,
that medicine elveafor one operates against someother
of her dlfllculuci.- About inis time, she commenced
the use of Constitution Water, and to oar otter aston
ishment. almpst the first dose seemed to have the de
sired effect, and she kept on Improving rapidly under
Its treatment, and now superintends entirely her do
mestic affairs. She has not taken a»T of the Constltn*
tlon Water for about Ibnr weeks, and we are happy to
““ K f* nC^ P STv"v i&SSCHOTES.
Miuokd, Coon.. Nov. 13th. 1361.
Dn. WILLIAJf H. Gbsco ;
Dear Sir—l have for several years been afflicted with
that troublesome and dangerous disease—Gbatzl—
which resisted all remedies and doctors, until I took
Cosannmo.v Watku. and yon maybe asnred lhatl
was exceeding pleased with the result. It has sxtzex-
LT emu «. and von mar make any use of ray name
you may see at In regard ts the medicine, as I have en
tire confidence in Its efficacy.
There is no class of dUcasea that produce such ex
hausting effects upon the human constitution as Dia
betes and Disuses of the Kidneys. Bladder and Urinary
Passages, and through a false modesty they are neg
lected until they are so advanced as to he beyond the
control of ordinary remedies, and we present the
CONSTITUTION WATEE
To the pnbllc with the conviction that It has no equal
In relieving the class otdlseaaca of which it has been
found so eminently successful In curing; aad we trust
that we shall be rewarded for oar efforts In placing so
valuable a remedy in a form to meet the requirements
of patient and physician.
FOB KATE BY ATT, DRUGGISTS Jxicx, #L
■WH. H. SHE GO & CO., PropriotoM.
Morzui & Allen. General Agent*. Xo. 4S Cliff etrect.
New York. , ,
WRIGHT & FRENCH,
WHOLESALE AGEHTB, Chicago, HL
dclS-yl&tdm-T.Taa ° Randolph street.
FRESH OYSTERS.
O Seiccd Osiers, rictisd Ojeioni. Komi Meau.
pHnUrr cismc.Soopd.Tripo.4. rcehFrnlU.Vegetables,
Teiuca Nunps.Sauces. etc.- ‘a* every variety.nut up
in acksißTiOAi.LT BBiL»L. Caks. by FltariN (k
POGUE at their exteneivo Farms and. Faototy,
J.. and for sale by their Sole Agents,
** ARCHER & RS3VSB.
xs North Water street, and Iff North Delaware Aveaue.
Philadelphia, Pa. Rach cut warranted. Send for a
PrinUn, . ftKAmaa
fllriftrinot
BOBACK'S
BOBACK’S
BOBACK'S
BOBACK’S
STOMACH BITTERS.
FOR THE
CONSTITUTION,
AND THE
FOR
DIABETES,
THE CURATIVE
"WATER.
DIURETICS
POND STRONG.
THESE ARE FACTS ENOUGH.
Commission Mtrtf)airt*.~
•W M - BRUTE & CO.,
cojnnssios -rmi chants,
IS2 South. "Water street.
CHICAGO, ttj.,
liberal advance* made on consignments or Produce
to be sold here or ia New York.
W*. Bxnrt, Sew York. Gko. J. Beet a, Chicago.
[rahSaSTMm]
T EMON & CO.,
JU produce and, general
COMMISSION Sebchants,
11 Bole's Building, corner Clark and South Water-rts..
Chicago. IP. P. O. Box 1000. mli3-aS!3-lm
Mlalng,
• pr.ourn.
cojnnssios biebchaiot, •
P7 Conimbolonar street, 310NTBKA1* solicit* con
signment* of Grain, Flour. Lard. Tallow. Ac. liefer
to Hach McLennan. Esn ;Messrs.O. A J. Watson, John
Brodle. E*q ; John Creighton, Eid* Floor Inspector.
inS-aTSMm
WD. IIOtTGIITELING,
• (SocceasortoWimasnaAGooshteUng.)
PBODUCE COUKISSIOH HEBCHAHT,
2101-2 Water street. Chicago. DUnoU.
Ja9-y917-3ta
gAML. HOWE, *
COMMISSION MEBCHANT,
148 South "Watei>»t«, Chlcmso, 111.,
Solicits consignments of Grain. Flour, po*k. Lard,A<*
Ac..forsa]e,or orders to purchase. Will mate ad.
v&ncea on consignments to oe held here or shipped
Fwt. * fe23-*M33m
CTIPP & McCall,
GENERAL
commission seuciums,
Office. S Steel's Block, adjoining Board of Trade Build
ing. Sooth Water street. Chicago. HL
Our business strictly and exclusively Commission.-
Particular attention given to the sale of
Blshirioes, Grain, Provisions, Ete«
.Liberal advances made on Consignments.
J.H.Stipp. Chicago. J. H, McCall,
Formerly of Canton, HI. [fe!3-aiH9-lml Csnton. 18.
'YY ILLIAM LITTLE & CO.,
commission merchants.
Sell or purchase Floor. -Grain. Seed*. Pork. Butter.
Lard. Hide*. Broom Corn. AC. .
Warehouse jsi south Water street, Chicago. ID,
ffx. umi. Qas-yTSVSmi a. a. aaccrr.
OAMPBELL BROS.,
\J PUUDDtE AND
Commwsion ZVXerdxantm
ISS North Klnzltf strret. Chicago, HL P. O. Box tM
A. 67. 7. CaXPQELL. I Q. H. COCPBBXX.
References Pollard A Doane. WDllam Blair A Co„
Hall. Elmbark A Co.. Bay, Allan St Co-. Ladd A WU-
Uama. Pavla. Sawyer A Co. dgS-y570-3m
pKNTSTON & CO.,
coaonssiON htebodlixts,
LIVERPOOL.
RErakscsß;-M«wr*. Page. Richardson * Co„Bo«ton.
Middleton ft Co.. Sew Tort
Bdow ft Burge**. do.
Johnston ft Uayley. do.
Cash advance's made on consignment* of Provisions
Flour, ftc.. to the above house lir __
HKNRT milward.
delG-yVM-ly IS Laaalia afreet. Chicago.
AKIN & CO.,
conaussiON utEßcaurrs,
IFB South Water street. Liberal advances made OB
Flour, Gratis and Provisions, to be sold here or by
VTM. A. BROWN ft CO, Kew York,
x. xror. • s. h. nuHtnur.
McCOMBIE & CHILD,
XTX produce:
commission mebchants,
No. 11 Water Street* New York.
RiT*MsSCX»r—Goodrich. Willard ft C0..8t. Louis.
Slo.; J.H. Oglesby, Esq.. do.: Alonzo Child, Em.. New
York City; R.B. ray. Jr.. Boston, Mass.; Willard ft
Child, Chicago. III.; Mann ft Scott, de,; Oglesby ft
Mucaaley. New Orleans. La.: Cora Exchange Bonk,
Kew York City. oca-oS®«n
j. «t.«t u'cotomr. • d. alonxoenn.n.
commission mehchants.
Particular attention given to order* for Flour. Orals.
Wool. &e. Liberal advances made on consignments to
Butl'alo.Ncw York. Borionanrt Montreal.
Warehouse S3 and St S-mth Water afreet. Chicago. HL
j. lkduc. [gp2sn33S ly T. a. Qians.
TTNDERWOOD & CO.,
U GENERAL
COMISSION 3IKBCILVNTS,
OFFICE and WaKEHOUSE-137 South Water at., o>
poMte “Roald of Trade" Building. ie*ly
p mrcaswooD. e. L. uxdebwooo.
jjiv. w. uypeirwoop.
A LBERT MORSE & CO.,
ll PRODUCE
CONIimSSION JIEBCttVNTS,
No. J£S South Water street. (Allcan'* Bulldiagj
Chicago. Illinois.
lyßuslaess confined strictly to
coamnssiojr merchants,
129 South Water street, Chicago, Til. Liberal advances
made on property In store. KKysßSNCss;—Cooley,
Farwcll ft Co.. G. C. Cook ft Co.. Gray. Phelps ft Co.
CHAB n. faswiol. [my2lrs37-lyj sucsos farwsU*
AfURRY NELSON & CO.,
iv I No.TH South Water afreet.
Give their exclusive attention to the purchase, sale,
shipment and making cash advances on Grain, Hour,
Pro visions and Produce of all kinds. •
For a Commission,
amtiT KELSO*. : i-°- Vacm,
B EDF°RD k MER^p H -^
COjUUSSi'* ( HEBCH.UITS,
- ..Chicago. 111. „ Jal7-lr
O. T. Hw»yoßj>. P. Mjnarorre. C. MißKorfa.
gAWYER, WALLACE & CO.,
coannssioji imtciturrs,
47 Broad street. KewTork.
Adrancea made on Consignments to the abore Ann
by WM. MTCUISOS. Jr.. Agent. ISi South Water
street. Chicago. mh>-n3S6-iy
J> M. FUNKHOUSER & C 0. }
coannssiojf hebchants,
2J6.H South Water street.
JaaHflßMy
QILBERT, UPDIKE & CO.,
COOTnSSION JIERCEANXS,
So. 11 Lasalle street, Chicago.
STAKABD. GiLBEKT <k Co.. Vo. S City Banding,
Et. Louis. myirci-ly
c. j. qilezst. o. w. from. z. o. orasaKD.
FAY & CO.,
GommssiON merchants,
Ko. 12 Lsssllo street, Chlcaso. 11l S. 0. Box 1511
Give tlielr escluslrc attention to the purchase and
sale ofFlour.Grain and other Produce, on Commission,
sice tat. •r. r. luwxiaa. jas. ilwoodworo.
a»isß‘fil-iy
Sags.
BAGS, BAGS, BAGS,
FARWELI/S
. STRAW BAG MAMITFACTOBT.
* No. 139 South Water st., Chicago.
:-tSags and Sacks
•»U\ ? TC, 7 CMOriptlon furnished oa abort no-
anu Printed with xaw *jn» Baaimnx
BLUE ON FARWKLL.
(J OR X EX C HAK6E.
Bag Manufactory.
HART, ASTEN* & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF
BAGS!
Of ere it description,
157 South Water Street. 157.
MILLERS,
SEAMLESS,
GROCERS,
FLOUK,
GRAIN,
GUMNY,
HAM km ?SS PASS,
»F" Second hand bags always on hand.
tHf3 loaned to shippers.
myia-iga iy _
insurant*.
JJOME
INSURANCE COMP’Y,
OF IN'JEW YORK.
OFFICE, No*. 112AXJ4 BBOIDWAT.
PpjtTi Capital, $1,000,009.00
Awetsi-irt July, 1862, - - • *51,585,679.16
liabflitier, - - * • • * - - • $57,828.82
ABSTRACT OF THE EIGHTEENTH SEMI-ANNUAL
STATEMENT,
Showing the condition of tbe Company on tbe Ist day
• of July. 1552,
Assrrs:
Cash, balance la Bant. *113,123.01
Bonds and mortgages, being first Uea oa real
estate 813.C53.fl
Leausouftodca. payable on demand (market
value of aecnrmei‘.«2,C3D.OO) U6.TfS.SI
United States and other stocks(market Tains) 30i.550.dd
Beal Estate 60J07A5
lnterestdueonlßt.luly.l96A (of which |2V __ _
1(2.54 has since been received) 37.59.57
Balance In hands of agoats and la coarse of
transmission from agents, or Ist July, (of
■which H4.&&.T3 has since been received):... fl.Ctrl
BlUa receivable, (for premiums on Inland
HaV-a), .. «.01M7
Other property.miscellaneous item 5..........
Premiums dne and uncollected oa policies is* •
sued at office LSMa
Total.
riAHtrmas. M
Jons IfcGx*. Secretary.
WTTT,FR4 WILMAETH. Agenj,
alt-KH f -ly ItgSoutli^aterstreet^CMggo^
SIOO.OOO^^Si
eiiifT)''nbLLATS of six per cent. Coopoo Bonds of
CookCcunty. UXlßols. Used ta pnrenanoe ofaa act of
■ the General Assembly cf thsStateofllllaoli.&Qdpava.
Pie at the office of the Treasurer of said County, la the
Cltr of Chicago, in tenyears from the first day of ApriL
105- interest payable semi annually.
At the time above mentioned (March 23,1553. at 19
o'clock A. M.) the bids will be opened at the Super
visors* Boom, la the Court House.in Chicago.
The right to reject any or all bids Is reserved. Tho««
making proposals will please state the size of the
Bone* preferred by them.
The entire indebtedness of Cook County, exclusive
of the above, is only Seventy-six Thousand Dollar* aad
a blnklng fund provided for lu extinction.
*• - H. Z. CULVER
PAUL CORNELL,
1L C. NILES.
AARON GIBBS.
Special Com. Cook County Boardof Supervisor*.
Chicago. March 6.1353. MfraSlfrSw
■\TIGHT SC A YEN GER.—Charles
il Knci will attend to Ue cleaning of VstdU.Prtv-
Ice the removal of offeealve matter of »U de^crlß
tloca.»polled meata. dead tnhnala. Ac- da Raiajatfr
cisterns cleaned ana purified. Ail work u»
5S. p SSfS!SII& d iir i '“ 4u '"vSXF
Real (fatal*.
you SALE.
Forty-c'ght feet, with two small house#, on Hlcfaixm
aveDue,Ncirthof thalhchmoudHoiae.,
A Lot of about an acre, with House anti Bara, oa
the iVcst Side, on ChlcagoaTenue.nearMilvauke^aT,
Also—A block of about 60 Lots, ta block SI. West
Side, between Harrison and Tyler, and Bockcr aard
Troope street#. For partlculaa Inquire of
ALONZO BICHHONB,
ISB South Water street.
fe»as32w
pHEAP PROPERTY—Honsa and
lot 150 West Washington street. S4.VJJ. House
<two story.worth fTOO to S900) and lotMleetfreatow
West Indiana street, third house west o t Paulina
street. lor «OK>.
Fifty lot* in Ann Rawson's sobdlrtson near city
limit#, between Madlaoa and Harrison Street* at 19
each; 150 feet corner of Randolph and EUaabeth
streets, at |CO perfect.
JOHN B. KING,
213 Sooth Water street, foot of Franklla.
mhn-asctst
pOR SALE
A PRAIRIE STOCK FARM,
talrocnoUConatr. HL.9O mile* from Chicago, on the
Lllnpis Central railroad. one mile sooth of the town e(
Gillian. orCTowloc of the Logiasport, Pern A Bor
togton Railroad and two and a half alletnorth of the •
lown of Ooarga. Paid tarn consists of *3 acres. 15# of
whldt Is under cnmrstioa; modem hullthonse.wea
finished,with green bdnds. ant-, with tw# wings a*-
Xached.contaMnz sixteen toj>m» bcsldee garret? and
cellar. Barn It 6 (bet long sad 53 feet wide; work shoe
and wagon house; largo cUtern and One anUeaa welL
The grounds around the rouse are weUset with ever
greens and forest trees and also 100 yoaoc apple tree*.
Thetfarm ball fenced.crossed fenced.Ac. Theret*
also IS acres of woodland lying two aadahalf miles
from the house, which zees with the place, mating it
one of the moat desirable places in the country, aad
win be sold low tor cash. Tor particulars address Q.
W. TABIU)S.G»™«".H""OIa. mtaTlMw
FDR SALE—A Farm in Kendall
County.—N. W. qr. of Section JT; 8. K.qr. ofSec
lion S3; Town 35, North Range 7 east. 220 acres. 200
Improved. InqntreofN.W.SnerrtU.orJ.B.Alger oa
the premiss. $30,000 to loan on city property. LoC
occupied by Dogcett, Bassett St Hills, for sals.
DATES Sc TOWSLEE. Attorney*.
feSfraW-lm Walker'* Block. Dearborn street.
JOWA LANDS.
COLONIES OR INDITIDFALS
Wanting lands, in largo or small tracts. In lowa, ofaay
kind, quality or price, eaa be supplied bv calling a»
Northwestern Real Tstate Agency HEXBx W.
RINOLAND, Boom 1, Kingsbury Block. Chicago
m3-a67Mw *
C’OR SALE Choice Farming
A Land. loder2Poacre#ol the best firming land
la Minnesota, for sale at |3 per acre, e vsa, &du Usd
lies In Mower county, near Cedar River. If mltrm
northof thelowallne. within IM mllevof a thriving
town, with mill, school*. &c„ and has aerer-failing
water. Address L. 8. COLBY. South Macon. 111.
mfi-afiKMw
piTT RESIDENCE LOTS FOR
v> SALS, on North Side, near dty limits, price J3.N
per foot. Abo. several valuable corner lou verycheap.
The above are situated within three minute# walk o t
the Horse Cars, and oner a rare opportunity for Invest
ment. Apply to Theodore Holbrook, -IS South Clark
Street. fel6-*7l tin
A GREAT BARGAIN’.—A hand
some place of sixty-five acres of load on lain
Monona. SS mile* from Madison. Wli. with a Am
▼iew of and opposite the cltv. The house l§ larg&
two stories, hall nine feet wide, well tarnished, sat
having every convenience necessary tar a
GENTLEUX’S RESIDENCE.
The place a* It stands, with stock, carriages. 4c.. turn
be had for |6.cro. Also, a Farm of US acres. sevenw
five acre* under cultivation, two miles from McFar
land Depot, and sts mile* from the above, can be had
for |a.4CO. Apply to J. D. GURSSE, E*i., M vllsoa,
Wisconsin. teliaSiMw
Tf'Oß SAXE—Lands. To all wa»t-
X leg Farms—Large and thriving settlement of
land, mild THIRTY MILES south Of PhQfe
delpbla byrailroad. RICH SOIL,
Produce* Larger Crops,
Twenty acre tracts at from IIS to $3) per acre, payable
within four years.
GOOD BUSINESS OPENIXGS-GOOD SOCIETY.
Hundreds are settling and making Improvement*. Aw.
ply to CHAS. R. LANDIS. Poet Master. Vineland,
Cumberland County New Jersey. Letter* aoworud.
Paper* containing rail Information wiiibe senCfres.
de3-x7SI-tni
"DEAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
XV' *250,000 worth of City Property and Landed m
lowa, belonging to the estate of Antoine Le Oairs,
deceased.
IN THE CITY OF DAVENPORT.
La Halre Block, ot brick, lour stories, SS (Set treat,
containing a hotel, two public halls, tea drat clasa
store* ana several offices.
Po«t Office Block, of brick. 60 fret front, four stoiieft
containing the Post Office, two stores, six offices, sad
large upper r»otn«. The above property U the moot
desirable in the city, all leased, and will brl*c a large
nett income on an investment.
Twenty Brick and frame Dwelling Houses In dll
ferent location*.
100 choice building lots: one lot of 17acres ad*stairs
the railroad depot and bridge, fronting on the MMd*
sippi River; two lots of M acres each, oua lot o*‘ -*
acre*, ore tot of I*o acres, and one lot of 13 acres, all in
the I'ltv Limits.
Atso,*hoa*ea and lot*, vacant lots and outlets, la t.e
CUy of Le Clair*. Scott County. v „
Hcoseserd loi* In lowa CUy. Johnson County.
10 000 acreslmprovtd and unimproved farminglani*
near the line of the Miss, and Mo. Railroad.
The above property Is offered for sale, to close t.t
estate of the late Antoine Le Claire, at such prices »•
must prove a profitable investment to the purchase:«
For price*, term# and further particular*, apply U
GFO.L. DAVENPORT. Executor. or JOHN COF
FIN Land Agent. Davenport. lowa. lalT-aITHm
(Jcpartncrsijlp.
IVOTICE OF DISSOLUTION’ OF
Xn CO PARTNERSIUP.—M. M. MAWHbMitiC ;
aavparcha>cd all of mv interest la the rtrra of MAI. 1
ft Bo WE. till* l» to notify all person* that the firm 11
Marsh ft Rowe U dlHwdved. M, SL. Marsh ha* the right
to use the name of the old firm In settling up d*?a*nds
due or against the firm of the alcove, by con
sent. MASON VtnaiL
Chicago. March 7. Igfi3. ’ - I “ >W mhS-a3CHt
NOTICE.—
M CWI Idea iidSttT tool WM. BRW»*co.
Chicago. March t«t. I^3.
pO-FARTNERSHIP NOTICES.
The Co-Partnership heretofore exfctlas
fins name of IP. w»Oacc&Co..tethUdaydS«olje4
he mntnal conicnt, either party hetnt authorize* to
use the arm name in settlement of u«
k u PoaUKdil
Chicago. March 3.1563.
Chicago. March J. IMS.
*rtie undersigned hare tMs day Ibnuad a copartner*
ship under the firm came of
WHEELEB, WALLACE & CO.,
For transacting a
cevekal comissios Btsrress,
A-t No. 4r Rush, street.
Aa taccessots of Z. P. Wallace A Co.
GBO. A. WHBBLB3,
IllA P. WALL4CB,
IcS-aTOO-lw
'O-PARTNERSHIP NOTICE.—
\_y Tne Btdenlened hiiref«raed_»co-pMlß«nbi*
under fbe arm of GOsS 6 PHILLIPS. and Will C«a-
UancUu> bMlaeasaafonaerlr.bros.
Daniel goss.
TT3I, B, PHILLIPS.
miitortm
Chicago, Feb, a. isrf.
pO-PAUTNERSniP j^TICE.
V,/ —Oo-the 12th ln«t„ was admitted as a taeethoc
oar firm. TVM. J. POPE, recently tad daring tho hmi
tlx yean, with Mtsar*. Davit. Sawyer 6 Co„ of UUa
city. The same and style of the new firm vfli ho
StiZBltAN. HALL &■ POPS. after tM» data.
SHERMAN 4 HALT.. 7T 8. Water I treat.
Chicago. Jaa. Slat. 16GS.
SHERMAN, HALL & POPE,
[Successors to Sherman* Hall, Established A-D.LUT.J
GRAIN, PRODUCE AND FKCTT
cojnnssiON her chants,
Warehouse, 97 South Water street. Chicago, H,
Caah advanced on consignments forborne or Xut>
era market* fo3-sSS93m
m. c. anamtAy. J. 9. hall. wit. J. ror*.
1 ,Q/?Q —GRAXD TBUX !C
J-vUy» LINE OF
NEW STEAMERS
D. P. WADE, .HOMGOSEaT,
ANTEIOPE, WAXES WATCH.
The only reliable line of Steamers from Chicago for
Canada and Eastern States, having regular days and
hoars of sailing tri-wsekly between Chicago. Mil
waukee and Sarnia.
One of the above Steamers will leave the dock, foot
of South Insane street. Chicago, every TtraaDXT,
Titcbboat and Satuudat Hrtyiyos. at T o'clock,
and Milwaukee on WrnyssDAT. Fuidat and Sutoxt
Moryiyos. at 7 o'clock, for SARNIA. landing at points
on tbe west shore of Lake Michigan, and Mackinac,
connecting at Sarnia with the
Grand Trank Ball way.
For Buffalo, Toronto. Oswego. Kingston. Prescott,
Ottawa CUy.Moatrcal. Quebec. Portland and Barters
Stales: at Pgdenabnrjch with Northern New Tort and
Vermont Central Railway*, for St. Albaua. Burlington,
Montpelier Concord. Lowell. Nashua, and all points
In the New England State* forming a Fast Freight
Line to all above named points. Only one trnnatup
jnent, Katea of Insurance LOWER than via any other
route Through Rills of Lading given to Liverpool,
via Grand Trunk Railway and Montreal ocean Steam
ships, C, J. QRYDQSS.
Managing Director. Montreal 0. B.
g. T. WEBSTER. Western General Agent, O. T, &*
56 Deal born street. CMcago, lIL
A.T.SFENCKR. Aeeat G.T.L.St*i mers
fe33.a3i3.ua Foot South L*aLia at .. Chicago. EL
less. THE IS 53.
PEITNSTLVAXIA CEHTEAIi E. B.
825 Miles Double Track.
In order(o ke»? P acel)lo demandsofthatraval-
Inz public, tbe maaWri.Ct, t&l» rpn|p hay*,
added many improvements during tSa year BS2. and
vita Its connection*. ft trill be found la all respoet* A
FIRST CLASS ROUTE to all tbe Eastern cities. Th*
track is stoat ballasted, and entirely free from dost.
THREE DAILY TRACTS FROM
PITTSBURGH TO PHILADELPHIA
(with close connections from Western ClHeO
AH connecting direct to New York. THROUGH PHIL
ADELPHIA, and close connections at Harrisburg for
BALTIMORE AND WASHINGTON.
From Pltfcburgh to New York. one train rune daily.
(130 miles.) via Allentown, without change of cars, ar
riving la advance of all oilier routes.
*■ IjEVEN DAILY TRAINS FROM
PHILADELPHIA TO OT TO2K.
Ticket, for sale to rottoa br boat or rail
kets good oa any of the sound lines, Faretoaupeiat*
"silfpKjSlS’Sl'ilSbt tnln. to FbHatlelpMa. K«
TC aad traealCrrei t«.
FBEIfiHTS,
■a- , M , •Ronto Frcfsh» of descriptions can be far-
New York. Boston,
to and (h>xn any potetoath* EiUwSS
SF owo Kentucky. Indiana. Itiinois, Wisconsin.lowa.
„ >i(.vinrl BV SAILTOiD PIDtCT,
Central Railroad also connects at
Pittsburgh with Steamers, by which Goods can be for
warded to any port on the Ohio. Muskingum. Rea
tnckr Tennessei. Cumberland. Illinois.
■Wl«eotßin. Missouri. Kansas. Arkansas aad Bed Riven,
and at Cleveland. Sandusky and Chicago with Btea*-‘
ers to all Ports on the North-Weitcuni .
Merchants aad Shippers entrusting the transporta
tion of their Freight to this company, caa rely wit*
confidence on Its speedy transit.
THE KATES OF FREIGHT to and from any point
In the West by the Pennsylvania Central K* n nr*A m
at auLTQtss as vavo&ASLx Aj caxnoaD xT oo>
XU XatrROXD COXP.vSITB, ■
,ILs3s.6^Aff
PT Be particular and mark packages "viaP'kKrt
CXNTEAJ.B.B.”-
For Freight Contracts or Shipping Direction*, apply
to or address either of the following Agents of this
C ° I lSSrsTEWAirr. Freight Agent. Pittsburgh.
CLARKE A CO.. Ttaasier Agents. Pittsburgh.
U. W. BROWN & CO- Cincinnati. Ohio.
B. c. MELDRUM & CO- Madison. Indiana. •
,v E. MOOHB. Louisville, By, •
it. W. AIK.MAN & CO- Evansville. lad.
B. F. PASS. Bt. Louis, MO.
CLARKE £ CO-Chicago. Illinois.
J. IL McCOLM. Portsmouth. Ohio. • _
McNEELV & MONTGOMERY. Mayesvillo, Kj.
* W. H. A K. L. LANGLEY, CHUUpOIIs. Ohio.
U. S. PIERCE. * CO- Zanesville. Ohio.
N. H. HUDSON. BiPley. Oh'O. 1M .
B. C. MELD RUM. General Traveling Agent or as
Sooth and West.
LITE STOCK.
renting * choice L* or fc —j_, wilt
l ir.K .;ai'AbraoiMMAKSKT^O
-be foupd ■ thj •%9*J« s b AilooMWiJ-a-d
sSfesrtwcSfl«* th*“ 3 \\>

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