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Imperial Notices.
"MOTHERS! MOTHERS!!
JJ'X. MOTHERS!! 1
Don't fall to procure
ÜBE.
DKEN TEETHING.
ThDvaluaWe preparation Is the prescription of one
eflhcnioet experienced and sklUlnl Names In New
England, and tins been used with never falling success
So thousands of cams.
It not only relieves the child from pain, but luvlgo
jatce the rtomach and bowels, comets acidity, and
give* tone and energy to the whole system. It will al
most Instantly relieve
GRIPING IN THE BOWELS AND WIND COLIC,
find overcome Convulsions, which. If not speedily
remedied, end Ir. death, we believe !fmebe«t and
Barest mtiedvlnUieworld.ln all casesof DYSENTERY
and DIARRIIEA IN CHILDREN, whether arising
from T«-cttdnc or from any «aner cause. , . w ,
Full directions fornrinc will accompanvcach bMtle.
None genuine unless the fac-t-liolle of CbUTIS A PER
KINS. New York.-Is on tbejontelde wrapper.
Sold hr all Medicine Dealers. _ .
Principal Olßce. <8 Dey street. New York.
FRICK ONLY 25 CE3TTB TKR BOTTLE.
fr?C-aslSsm .
'THREE CERTAIN REMEDIES.
I t*t? Qrnwciv'S Pl’LVOinfl BYRITP in # Cfir
tata CTfe S tS?MnSsmnilon In all Its varied-* aud in
evervMaseVovub d the lungs are not completely do
§troyed?or E*far admit of any cure. ex-
CC^H SEA WEED TONIC U a certain
eueYortotpepd* and alldlsnrdcrtofthe .llgoativoor
«bk it {«likewise a corroborative, or strengthening
medicine and may be taken with great benefit in all
of drblUtv.and In the early stages cf consump
«nu In which the svstem !««lwnv* debilitated.
MANDRAKE PILIA arc a certain
cure for liver complaint; and f>r nit diseases proceed
ing from a torpid condition of the liver, or ohstruc
2oi> In lhatorgan. Thr*e pills are the best purgative
sncdlclne lo existence. They are «m but powerful In
Xliclr operation, being equal to calomel la utlliy. and
iir preferable to that mineral ou account ot their
bannleas nature, lor they never prodace salvation or
smv otner evil t-fIVcU which follow ihe use of mercury,
XAll of these valuable medicines are cold by every
Uruggist andDcalcrs. mhlQ-St
jQIPTHERIA! DIPTHERIA!!,
malt's Diptheria Curc.GUAiu.WTEn> to erruarw all
Cases, on the moxbtrxjxicdkd. The trade supplied
2>y Lord & Smith. Wholesale Druggists, 23 Lake street,
Chicago. feSS aTSS-Sm
'J'O CONSUMPTIVES.
The advertiser, having been restored to health tn a
fcw weeks, by a very simple remedy, after bavlngsuf
fertd several years with a severe long affection, and
that dread disease. Consumption—ls anxious to make
Snown to his fellow-sufferer* the means of cure.
To all who desire It. he will send a copy of the pro
scription used (free of charge), with the directions for
preparing and using the same, which they will find a
Bure euro for ooysratPTZOW, afthm l. uEOSfcnms. Ac
Ihe only object of the advertiser In sending the Pre
scription Is to benefit thoaffllcted. and spreadlnforma
tlon which be conceives to be Invaluable, and he hopes
every sufferer will try Ids remedy, as It will cost them*
frothing, and may prove a blessing.
Parties wishing the prescription will please address
Kev. EDWARD A. WILSON.
WlUiamsburgh. King* County.
fc2T aSC-tmd&wy New York.
T ONDON EYE AND EAR
I J INFIBMABT,
Corner of Randolph and Dearborn streets. Chicago
11. p. BEn'OLBS, Iff. D., V. D. 31.,
Of the Royal Opthalmlc Hospital,
feli-z9S7lm Loudon.
CARD
Deafness and Blindness;
DR. SNDKR WOOD. Oenlist and Anrt»t. Operative
Burgeon. IS4 Randolph street, near thcShcrman Uotua.
Chicago, Illinois.
Dr. IT. ban devoted Us professional life to Ophthalmic
mid Aural Medicine and Sorgsry. and receives monthly
&U the new and ingenious instruments and apparatus,
and the diflflKnl modes of treatment used for the re
lief and curw>f these afflictions In all the Ophthalmic
and Aural Hospitals and Infirmaries of London, Paris,
Berlin and Vienna. He performs all the approved
ancient and modem operations for Deafness, Cataract,
Artificial Pupil, Crow Eye, Eutroplom. Ectroplum.
Staphyloma,FistulaLachrymalls. and the removal of
tumors, vens and spurious growths of every descrip
tion- Artificial Eyes pud Ear-Drums inserted, and
examinations conducted with the Ophthalmoscope.
Aurlfcopo. Otoscope, Pharyngoscope and Ophthalmic
Microscope Innlrnnients and machlncrythat brilliantly
Illuminate tbe whole «xterlor, interior and posterior
parts of the Eye and Ear. thus revealing the cause and
nature of manv diseases of the eve and ear that have
.hitherto been thought forever hidden la darkness and
Impenetrable obscurity. feil-taa& lm
TMIE CONFESSIONS AND EX
X PPEEIENCE OF A
HEBTOCS JDfTAIAW.
Published for tbebcneflt and as a caution to young
©en and others who suffer from Nervous Debility.
Early Decay and their kindred ailments—supplying
the nseansorsclf cure. By erne who has cured himself
alter being a victim of misplaced confidence la medi
cal humbug and quackery. By enclosing a post-paid
directed envelop, single copies may be had of the
author. NATHANIEL MAYFAIR, Esq. Bedford.
Klngscocnty. New York. Ja29-z359-Sin
'T'HE GOOD SAMARITAN
JL positively cures Consumption, and all diseases
leading to it. Call or state your case by letter, with
stamp. Advice free. Delay Is dangerous If you are
diseased. Tlilrty-one years practice and experience,
Uo calomel or mercury used. Medicines sent by mail
or express. Olfice ana Laboratorv SUI-2 South Clark
street. Chicago. Poet Cilice Box 71.
deiu-yaiosm DR. PEABODY.
BATCHELOR’S HAIR DYE.
The beet in the world.
•WILLIAM A BATCHELOR’S
Celebrated Hair Dye produces a color not to be dis
tinguished from nature—warranted not to injure the
haw in the least: remedies the 111 effects of bad dyes,
and invigorates tbe hair for life.
GEET, SEE, OE BUSTY HAUJ
Instantly turns a splendid Black Or Brown, leaving the
Bair soi l and beautiful. Bold by all Druggists. Ac.
William A.Batchelor on
the four sides of each box. Factory. SI Barclay-st.,
New York, (late 233 Broadway and 16 Bond.) jyV-s.OT-ly
TMPORTAKT TO FEMALES.
J-Dr. Checseman’s Plllß. ,
Tlie combination of Ingredients in these Pills are the
result of a loos and extensile practice. They are mild
In their operation, and certain In correcting all Irrcgu
lorttier. Painful Menstruations, removing all obatnic
tlone. whether froi* cold or otherwise, headache, pain
In the side, palpitation of the heart, whites, all nervooi
affections hysterica, fatigue. pain la the back and limbs,
fic.. disturbed bleep. tCa«h arise from Interruption ol
nature.
DK.
AX’S PILLS
\?&f> the commencement ot a new era In the treatment
of these Irregularities and obf-lruclions which have
convened bo many to aPSUtATcnsncATE. Nofemaio
can enjoy pood licaith unless she Is regular, and when
ever an obstruction takes place the general health be
gines to decline
Ull. CHEESEIIAN’S PILLS
Are the most cffcctna! remedy ever known for all com
wlotntM peculiar to Females. To all classes they are
invaluable. nrorciNo. with certainty, periodical
Smculasity. They are known to thousands, whohave
raed them at different periods.throughoultlic country,
having the sanction of some of the most eminent
Rnr«CIA2l5 IN AMERICA.
EXPUCITKIintEOTIONS.STATINO WHEN THEY SHOULD
yoy j»g vbed. with each I»ox — the Price One Dollar
me Box. containing from CO to CO Pills. ....
T nils sentby uiallVpfomptly.by remltxtngto the Agent
S3 Lake street. Sold;* Drcooiotsoeswullt.
r»~ Sold tu Chicago atmanufactor « price by LORD
ft SMITH. apt&j-lyr
CARD TO THE LADIES.
Dr. Dnponco’s Golden. Pill*
FOB FEMALES.
infaVfble In correcting, regulatteg, and removing all
obstructions of tha "monthlyperiods" flora "what
ever cause." and alwavs successful as a preventative,
and the only sure and reliable medicine ever known
3br all diseases, so peculiar to females, whether mar
ried or single, providing you get the genuine Pills.
" Married Ladles” win bepartlcular In observing ar
ticle Sd of the dlrccttous. The Ingredients of the Pills
are made known to cverv agent, and thev will Inform
yon the Pills are perfectly nanulcsa, and will do all
claimed for them.
Price, SI.OO per Box.
“General Wholesale Agents.”
Bold la Cldccgo by
LORD & FMiTH street.
JI. &COVIL. TSR-jflolph street.
W. I>. HARRIS. RT South Water street.
PULLER & FINCH. *24 and 26 Market street.
.1. p.OEMHELD. S9 Korth Clark street. •
GALE Rltm HERS. 203 Randolph street.
V. & H. M. HOOKER. ,V. West Randolph street.
A. B. PATCHES. 193 West Lake street.
M, JEROME, corner of Clark and Adams street.
Ladies! Itv sending rrrnzß of the “above agenta"
•LOO through the Chicago “Post OHlce” can hare the
Fills sent (coniidcnllaily) by mall, to any of the
country. “freed postage.
K. B.—Ladies! Be very particular. Buy nothing
called “Dnponco's Golden Puis “hereafter, unless you
find the signature of S. U. Howe on each box. which
lias recently beenadded. on account of the PHU having
IwenO&U^TKUFKiTEbI
CATARRH!
Dr. Seeley’s liquid Catarrh Sturdy,
A sore core for
Catarrh or Cold in the Head.
It la easier to curt? Catarrh than Consumption, andby
coring the first we prevent the latter. Persons should
understand that the better way to core consumption Is
lopreveut It.
The nmptoms of Catarrh, as they generally appear,
are at first verr slight. Persons find they have a cold
end Cud that they have frenaent attacks, and arc more
eenratire to the chances of temperatnre. In this con
dition. the uose mar l>c dry, or a slight discharge. thin
and sold, afterwards becoming thick and adhesive.
As the disease becomes chronic the discharges are In
creased In qoantitr. and changed in quality: they are
Bow thick and heavy, and are either cot rid of by blow
ing the nose, or else they tall into the throat and are
hawked or conghcd off. The secretions are offensive,
caoslngabadVrcath;the voice Is thick and nasal; the
eyes are weak, the sense of smell is lessened or de
stroyed ; deafness frenncnKy takes niece.
By the aid of the LIQUID CATARRH REMEDY, all
Hiet-e symptoms can he effectually removed.
Price of the CaUTfa Ramedy. SiOO-eatticlcnt for use
one mouth, with fall and clear directions, sect by ex
press.
Of&ce, lE2 South Clark Street, (Up Stairs.)
Address Ur. D. H. SBELYE,
OcU-via-Dn Post Office Box 4351, Chicago. 111.
QOKSUMPTIOK!
the three remedies.
SCHKNCK’fi PULMONIC SVIUT, for the core of
Conch*- Cslds. Brcncldds and every form of Consump- .
tlon. The peculiar action ofthU medicine ripens the
wlccisln the lungs, promote* the discharge of the cor
rupt matter bvcxj'CCtoratlon, purifies the blood, and
Thus cures Consumption, when every other remedy
Alls.
bCHP NCR'S SEA WEED TOMC.forthe cnroofDrs-
a w la or Indlrc.'iioii. and :di dl-eascs nrl-lng from dc
iy. Tide 'lonic Invigorate! the dlg'vilve orgJins,
supplies the place of the ca>trlcjnlcc. when thails de-
Baeiit. and then enables the i<atleot to digest the most
nutritious food. It Is a sovereign remedy for all cases
OflWlpe*llon.
MANDRAKE HELLS, one of the most
valuable medicines ever discovered, being 4 vegetable
substitute; for calomel, and liavtnc all the useful prop
hetic*i ascribed to that mineral, without producing any
Of Its Injurious effects. ’ * 6 J
To these three medicine".Dr..T. H. Schenck.of Phila
delphia, owes hi* unrivalled eucc- fs In the treatment
of -Pulmonary Consumption. The Polmonlc Syrup
ripens tire morbid matter, discharges It and purifies the
blood, TheMaadrakc Puls act upon the liver, remove
all obs-tracllons therefrom.. give the organ a healthy
tone, and enre Liver Complaint, which is one of the
most prominent causes of Consumption. The Sea Weed
Tonic Invigorates the powers M the stomach, and by
ctrrncthcnTug the digestion and bringing It to a normal
and healthy condition. Improves me quality of the
blood—by which means, the formation of ulcer* or tu
bercles In the lung* becomes Impossible. Tire combined
action of Urea- medicines as thus explained, will cure
cvervcasc of Consumption.lf the remedies are used
In time, and the use of them persevered In sufficiently
to bring the cose to a favorable termination. , , ,
All of Dr. f-che nek's medicines, accompanied by full
direction*, arc sold by all Druggists and Hevler*.
Price ofUte Pulmonic Fvrup and Sea Weed Tonic.
«*eh. *I.OO per bottle, or fs.OO lialf dozen. Mandrake
*fu*Bs cents per box. Letters for advice should al
be dirccU’d to Dr, Schcnck’s Principal Office. S3
j»ortnClb street. Philadelphia. Pa. fedl-aSK-lm
WATER-PROOF VIENNA &
■mIaI«SJSI- u -,A MAT < ;i!ES - Thc “ »«
SSiSbS 1 .S£ l ‘■p'fhar.mod being free from dlsacreca
olioul7 vei T desirable, but almost India
2S““b*J;:*, n “J* Parlor and steeping chamber.
c . olored boxes and small
packages for family use. and arc also carefull v packed
For Mle who'.eCal- and
by JAMES li. DEk .No. 06 Cortland street. New
P. 6.— Country mecchautj win do well to call and ex
amine our stock. feiPzsse-gm
Tie li" s. revenue hy-
DBOMETEB. for ascertaining the true percent
Of Alcohol in Inspected liquors by which, the amount
of doty to be paid for Internal revenue. I* calculated
The instrument, with classjar and book of tables and
Instructions, is packed In a polished mahogany box.
with lock aud key. Price ft.OO. Book paly 5o cents.
£orr eying Transit Levels. Compasses and Chains,
Swiss Drafting Instruments, made by JAMES W.
QUEEN A CO., manufacturing Opticians. 934 Chestnut
Btrect.Phlladelphia.ra. Illustrated and priced cata
logue scat free, ftlT-AIW-la,
Banking anTi Citliangt.
CIRCULAR. —Trader’s Bank,
Clilcaco, March IM. i«a.—Mr, J. A. EUlfl.lato of
the firm of Marshall fclisVy. Milwaakec. and of the
State rant. Madison, bavins purchased the stock or
this Bank, it win, on this date, transfer it» business to
the new Banking Bouse of *J. A. KLLIs * Co.
ma-sCGSIm L, X. TINKHAM. cashier.
JgANKIJSTG OFFICE OF
J. A. EM-IS & CO.,
Chicago. March 2, 1353.
Tlie undersigned having purchased the stock of the
Trader's Bank of Chlcago.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 Exchange Business.
Wc will pay particular attention to the purchase and
sale of Exchange, Coin and Treasury Notes, and will
be pleased to act as correspondents or agents for coun
try banks and bankers.
We will also keep for sale United States Rfvenue
Stamps.ouwhich we allows discount ot three per
cent, when ordered in amounts of S3OO and upwards,
and ol two per cent, on amounts of SIOO.
J. A. ELLIS & CO.
rnS-a r >o3-3m
E.I. TINKHAM, Cashier.
"RANKING HOUSE OF J. G.
AD CONRAD.
47 CLARK STREET.
I have this day removed my Imolaew to the office
recently occupied hy Messrs. Brotherton & Ncttleton.
A general Bank! ng business
Chicago, March 5. ISO. ’ml-aTJllm
F. COOLBAIJ6H & CO.,
BANKERS, CHICAGO*
Deposits received. Prompt attention given to the
business of correspondents.
W. F. CooLiiAvcn. Coolraeor & Brooks.
citicago. jfelS aI9J-lml Burlington. lowa.
LD. OLMSTED & CO.,
• Corner of Lake and Laaallc streets. Chicago.
ffegotUtc Loans on Bond and mortgage.
but first-class real estate securities taken.
scfg-nES-ly
MERCHANTS’SAYINGS LOAN
-irJL & trust company.
CAPITAL.
S. A. SMITH. Prcst. W. E. DOGGETT, Vlcc-Prea't
L.J. GAGE. Cashier.
This institution will Discount Paper, bur and sell
Exchange and Coin, and receive money on deposit,
will receivemouev for accumulation, when left fora
term of years; and receive and execute Trust from
Courtis, Corporation*, Individuals and
Estates.
Office, corner of Luke and Dearborn streets.
DIRECTORS:
J. H. Dnnham, E. Blackman, Henry Famam,
John H. Foster, Henry Cooke, H. H.Magle,
P. L. Yoe, W. E. Doggctt. A, H. Burley.
F. B. Cooley. C. H. McCormick. T. D. Gilbert.
S. A. Smith. mh.-aSIMy
Jg AH KIN G OFFICE OF
BEOTHEEIOK & NBTTELTON.
Chicago, Feb. 24 th. ISC3.
Having determined to retire from business, and de
siring to close up our affairs with as little delay as pos
sible, we have to request our depositors to send In
tix-irPasfi Books for adjustment, and withdraw their
balances.
Hcpceltswinnotbe received after March let, pros.
Collections from correspondents, sent previous to
receipt of this notice, will have proper attention.
fe2s &3TO-2W BRUTUEBTON & NETTELTON.
J W. UREXEL & CO.,
Bankers and Brokers,
42 South Clark Street, Chicago, 111.,
DEALERS IN
DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN EXCHANGE,
Stocks. Dank Note*. Land Warrants, Specie, &c.. «tc.
Deposits received. Collections promptly made.
Dratts on Ireland, France and Germany, for sale In
sums to suit
READ, DREXEL & Co., New York.
DREXEL & Co., Philadelphia.
myS-rISMy
'J'HE BARK OP MONTREAL,
HAVING ZBTJ
AGENCY AT CHICAGO,
la 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.
delfi-hTOd-ly E. W. WILLARD. Agent.
J| DOOLITTLE, Banker and
DEALER IN EXCHANGE,
40 South ClarliStrcet.Chicago,lll
gi*" Particular attention given to Collections.
myG-rZVIy
"RANK OF AMERICA.—PubIic
JL> Notice is hereby given, that &U Bills or Circulat
ing Notes of the
“BANK OF AMERICA,”
Heretofore Incorporated and doing business In tbe city
of Chlcago.under the general bonking laws of the State
of Illinois, must bo presented for payment to the Audi
tor of Public Accounts of sold State, at his office, la
the city of Springfield, within three years from the
date hereof, or the funds deposited for tbe redemption
Of said notes will he given up to sold bank.
Dated this 2yth day of May. a. D. kWI.
QKUUGE--- s!dent _
E. W. Wm. a no. Casumr.
T'HE MERCHANTS, FARMERS
X AND MECHANICS SAVING’S BANK.
B2 Clark Street, Chicago, HI.
Office Loan from lOA.M.to SP.M. Also, Croat 5 P
M. to 8 P. it. Tuesday and Satnrdar.
INCORPORATED IN 1861.
Six per cent. Interest paid on Savings.
DIEKCTOnS AND OFFICERS.
President—S. H. FLEETWOOD.
Vtce-Prcs’t—F. c. shecmax. Counsel—Wu. C. Oocdt •
Vice-Pixs’t—P.U.Westfall. Cashier—Sydney Mikes
DOAHO OF EIAXtLSKES.
J. C, Fargo, J.ii.Ronntree, M. Lewis.
J. R. Jones. T. S. Phillips. 8. S, Hayes,
J. itclim. RevJ).Danne,VG.C. S. Dole,
E. H. Williams. .1. G. (Undele, A. H. Burley.
Ed. Hempstead. T. U. Beebe, W. B. Scales.
11. N.BlsliopD.D„D. A. Gage. Hon. W.B. Ogden.
J.M.W. Jones. W. E.Doßgett. seh-aftfe-Iy
Q.ILMAN, SON & CO.;
BANKERS,
47 Exchange Place, New York.
Particular attention devoted to Western business.
Western References. —L'hapln. Wheeler & Co..
Chicago, III.: Wisconsin Marine and Fire Insurance
Co. Bank. Milwaukee; State Dank of lowa and
Branches: State Savings Association. St. Louis.
mbW-nfilS-ly
IxatlroaXi ant) Steamboat i-incs.
-t —GRAXD TRTJXK
XUUt)* LIKE OP
NEW STEAMERS
B. F. WADE, nONTGOXEaY,
ANTELOPE, WATER WITCH.
The only reliable line of Steamers from Chicago for
Canada and Eastern States, baring regular days and
hoars of sailing tri-wcchly between Chicago, Mil*
weaken and Sarnia.
nneof the above Steamers will leave the dock, foot
of South Laddie street. Chicago, every Tuesday,
Thursday mid Saturday Evenings, at 7 o'clock,
and Milwaukee on Wednesday. Friday and Sunday
Mornings, at 7 o'clock, for SARNIA. lambus at points
on the west shore of Lake Michigan, and Mackinac,
connecting at Sarnia with the
Grand Xruulf Railway,
For Buffalo. Toronto. Oswego, Kingston, Prescott,
Ottawa City. Montreal. Quebec. Portland and Eastern
Sutct; at ogdcnsbnrgta with Northern New York and
Vcnnout Central Ualiways. fur St. A!bana, Burlington,
Montpelier. Concord. Lowell. Nashua, and nil points
In the New England States, forming a Fast Freight
Line to all shot c named points. Only one tranship
ment. Bate* of Insurance LOWER than via any oilier
route. Through Bills of Lading given to Liverpool,
via Grand Trunk Railway and Montreal Ocean Steam
ships-. C. J. BKVDGES.
Managing Director. Montreal. (;. E.
S. T. WEBSTBU. Western General Agent, G. T. R„
MS Deal born stn-oi. Chicago, 111.
A.T.SPENCKR. Accnt G T.L.Steamers.
fe£S-aSI3-lm Foot Sontb Lasallc at.. Chicago. 111.
1863. THE 1863.
PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL R. R,
325 miles Donbio Track.
In order to keep pace with the demandsofthetravel-
Inc pribllc. the managers of this popular rente have
added many improvements dutinc the year Wd, and
wiib its connections. It will be found In all respects A
FIRST CLAPS ROUTE to all the Eastern cities. The
track Is stone ballasted, and entirely free from dost.
THREE DAILY TRAILS FROM
PITTSBURGH TO PHILADELPHIA
faith close connections from Western Cities.)
All connecting direct to New York. THROUGH PHIL*
ADELFHLV and close connections at HarrUbnnr for
RAtTLMORK AND WASHINGTON.
From Pillehurch to New York, one train runs daily,
(130 miles.) via Allentown. without change of cars, ar
riving in advance of all other routes.
SEVEN DAILY TRAINS FROM
PHILADELPHIA TO HEW YORK.
Tid'd* for sale to Boston br boat or rail. Boat Tic
ket* Rood on any of the sound Unco. Fare to all point*
as low ae any route.
SleeplngCar* on night trains to Philadelphia, New
York and Baltimore.
Baggage checked through and transferred frea.
FREIGHTS.
By this Route Freights of all descriptions can be for
ward to and from ITilladclj-hla. New York, Boston,
or Baltimore, to and from any point on the Railroads
of Ohio. Kentucky. Indiana. Illinois, Wisconsin lowa,
or Missouri ny bailuoo dibkct.
TLc Pennsylvania Central Railroad also connects at
Pittsburgh with Steamers, by which Roods can be for
warded to any j-ort on the Ohio. Muskingum Kes
tucky. Tenncsw. Cumberland. Illinois. Mlaslsalppl,
>* ’sconain. Missouri. Kansas. Arkansas and Red Rivera,
ard at Cleveland. Pandnskvand Chicago with Steam
ci s to all Ports on the North-Western Lakes.
MLTChantsand Shipper* entrusting the transports
tion of their Height to this Company, can rely with
Confidence on Itsapeertvtransit.
THEI RATES Oi- FREIGHT to and from any point
In U.e B cfct by Hie Pennsylvania Central Railroad abi
AT >ILTIXW AS FAVORABLE AS ABE COABOED DT OTH
Ell RAILROAD COilPAjntS.
tfr Be particular aud mark packages “vtaPews's
CkSTCAX.It. It.”
For Freight Contract* or Skipping Direction* apply
to or addro; either of the following Agents of the
C “ n ir*V 3 ‘jri : ,WAirr,Frclclil Agent. I'itWhurgli,
C'LAUKK & CO„ Transfer Agent*. Pittsburgh.
H.W. BROWN A CO., Cincinnati. Ohio.
It. C. MKLDItUM & CO.. Madison. Indiana.
d, E. MOORE. Louisville. Ky.
W. W. AIKMAN & CO.. Evansville. Ini
R. F. PASS. St. Louis. >lO.
CLARKE & CO.. Chicago*. Illinois.
J. 11. Mct'OLM, Portsmouth. Ohio.
McNKKLY & MONTGOMERY. Maycsvme.Ky.
W. 11. & E. L. LANGLEY. OaP.lpolls. Ohio.
H. s. PIERCE. * CO.. Zanesville. Ohio.
K! 11. HUDSON. Ripley. Ohio. *
R. L*. MKLDItUhf. Genera! Traveling Agent for the
South aud west.
LIVE "STOCK.
Drovers and Farmers will And this the most advaa
tgcouaroute for Live Stock. Capacious Tarda well
watered and supplied with every convenience hava
been opened on this line and Its connections and ever*
attention 1* paid to their want*. From Harrisburg
where will be .ound every convenience for feeding amJ
KSW.S o!c S«.'l®?™* of the PHILADELPHIA,
NEWT ORK and BALI IMORE MARKETS. This wtfl
also be found the shortest quickest and most direct
route tor Stock to New Tork-ivla Allentown]—and
with fewer charges than any other. 1
ENOCH LEWIS. Gen‘l Sup't. Altoona, Pa.
L. L. HOUI’T. Gen 1 Ticket Agent. Philadelphia
H. H. HOU6TON. Gen 1 Freight Agcat. PhUadclnhla,
JaS-yllS-ly
Broom Corn.
JJROOM CORN EXCHANGE.
Wc Invite consignments o!
BROOM CORN,
Have AMPLE STORAGE, make advances, and offer
Special Inducements
By giving our patrons the benefit of price* paid by
consumers In the EAST AND CANADA. All inquiries
promptly A ft SHELDON.
ComlsdoaMcrolmuß ;:(B&o'‘t l iW.l«r.tnct.
(Elikago tribune.
AVKDKESDAY, JI.UX'II 11, 1533.
BRlllsn AID Foil THE REBELS.
Vessels leaving Great Britain with.
Aims for the South.
Immense Shipments of Gunpowder, Cannon,
Bides and Percussion Caps.
Under date of February 14, Anonymous”
publishes in the London Daily ifcirslas prom
ised supplementary letter to Lord Palmerston,
concerning British aid to the rebels.
The correspondent of the Xeics, In tbla sec
ond letter, gives the name of the nine steam
ers which have recently cleared from British
ports with cargoes of arms and munitions of
war for the rebels. As no recapitulation of
the different shipments accompanies the state
ment, wc give it here to show the enormous
aggregate:
CARGOS* SENTRY SINE STEAMERS.
Cannon.
Muskets
Rifles
Pistols
Shell*
Shells (cases)
Bali cartridges
Rail cartridges (.cases).
Percussion caps
Gunpowder (Bib) 617.000
Saltpetre (hrlß.i 400
[From the London Dally News.]
TO THE RIGHT HON. VISCOUNT PALMERSTON.
Mr Lord: The Neutrality of Her Majesty's
Government in the contest between the Uni
ted States and the Slaveholders’ Confederacy
is either a reality or a mere profession, ff
the former, it should be thorough aud be hon
estly carried out. How fur it is one or the
other, facts must determine. In the majority
of criminal cases, proof of guilt depends
chiefly upon circumstantial evidence. In tlio
absence of direct testimony, aud if only rea
sonably conclusive, it is held sufficient to eat
tablibh”culpability. Let the same law be ap
plied in the present case; the verdict will not
be doubtful.
Numbers of vessels laden with material and
munitions oi war constantly leave the chief
Soils of the United Kingdom, notably Lon
ou, Liverpool, Bristol, Hull, Glasgow and
Belfast. They clear ontwardforneutralports;
but many of them arc again heard of as hav
ing been captured by Federal cruisers white
attempting to run the blockade, or as having
succeeded in doing so. A few cases for the
year 1802 are submitted, all from the port of
London.
$500,000.
On tbe 20th of January the steamer Econo
mist, Capt. Bardge, cleared outward for Mel
bourne. Her broker was W. 8. Hotchkin.
The chief shippers of her cargo were Isaacs,
Campbell & Co. and G. Spellman. Besides a
miscellaneous assortment of articles suitable
only for an army engaged in active warfare,
she took out 1130 pistols, 300 cases ball car
tridges, 3,000,000 percussion caps, 2,930 mus
kets, 12,510 rifles and 30,000 pounds gunpow
der. Sue ran the blockade, and has since done
so again. She is now called the Boncta.
On the Bth of February cleared out for Nas
sau the steamer Southwick, Capt. Stark; bro
kers, Messrs. Isaacs, Campbell <fc Co.; chief
shippers. Messrs. Moreton & Co., Campbell
& Co., Rumsies'd & Co., G. Spellman, Va
vasseur and W. Roberts. Her miscellaneous
cargo also consisted of articles for an army on
active senice, and the same fact is common
to all the other vessels mentioned In the pres
ent category. Besides these goods she con
veyed away two cases swords, six cannon, CSC
muskets, 2,800 cast-iron shells and CO cases of
the same, 19.940 rifles, 9,000,000 percussion
caps and 101, COO lbs of gunpowder. She
dropped down to Grccnhlthc, and there took
on board her powder and rifles.
On the 23d of May the steamer Merrimac,
53T tons, Capt. Ramsey, owners C. Z. Pearson
,«t Co., of Hull, cleared out for Tampico and
Bermuda; chief shippers, J. G. Baskerville
andS. D. Chippindalo. Her war cargo con
i sifted of 280 rifles, 710 cases and 83 boxes
of shells, one package of percussion fuses,
three 170 pounder cannon, four IS-pouuders,
and one 18-poundcr rilled. She is reported to
have taken on board at Greenhithc a large
quantity of gunpowder.
On the 28th July cleared out for Dcmcrara,
the steamer Agrippina, 275 tons; McQueen,
master; A. W. Filch,broker; chief shippers,
Messrs. J. W. Baldwin and S. J. Campbell it
Co. This vessel took away ICO pistols, one
case cutlasses, 20 cannon with their carriages,
120 rifles with their bayonets,l2B cases of the
same weapon, 15,000 and one case of cart
ridges, 20,000 percussion caps, and 10,030
pounds gunpowder. She went out direct to
Terceira,*and there transhipped her cargo on
board the “290,” alias the Alabama.
On tie Cth of August, the Harriet Pinck
ney, steamer, 511 tons, Hnlkin, commander,
Raydon & Reed, brokers, cleared out f*'r Nas
sau ; chief shippers, Messrs, fl.yrer & Hay
wood, Canu.be" \
Co p- * 1 .-** Woi, Bioeiair, Hamilton «fc
", vaon& Heed, and Ely Brothers. She
had on board 10 cannon with their carriages,
and two howitzers, 200 iron shrapnel shells,
409 swords, 20 carbines, 540 muskets, 11,300
rifles, 2,800,000 percussion caps, and 1,300,000
ball cartridges.
On the 9ln of NoTCTBher, the steamer Gla
diator, Ware, master, Baker «& Co., brokers,
cleared out for Tcnerifle, Hondu
ras. Her Cairo was shipped chiefly
Messrs. Spyer & Haywood, it comprised live
packages shrapnels, one box and 100 pistols,
one ton lead shot, 50 swords, 17,320 muskets,
1,000 boxes and 122,000 cartridges, 4,050,000
percussion caps, and 143,300 pounds gunpow
der. TIUs vessel succeeded in running the
blockade.
On the lltb Novcmbcr'the Justitia steamer,
Clo tons, Burroughs, commander; brokers,
Spyer & Haywood; chief shippers, Richard
son, Ross & Co., cleared out for Demerara.
Hervjargo of munitions of trar comprised 10
cases ol shells, 400 barrels saltpetre, 20,000
linen bandages, 1,000,000 cartridges, and 179,-
2CO pounds gunpowder. She also ran the
blockade.
On the Bth Pcccmbcr, the Royal
steamer, 494 lons, Lawson, master, cleared
out for Halifax and Vancouver's Island. Her
brokers and chief shippers were Messrs. W.
S. Lindsay it Co. She was laden principally
with hardware, iron and steel, machinery for
six propellers, and soldiers’ clothing; but
she also took out 00,000 pounds of gun
powder.
On the 3d of January last, the Miriam, a
new and fast steamer, sailed from London.
The shippers of her cargo were Messrs. Spyer
and Haywood. It consists of alarge quantity
of army stores, 25,000 rifles, 60 tons of gun
powder, 3,012,000 cartridges, and 8,000.000
percussion caps.* Up to within the laat-Jfew
days, here clearance papers were not entered
at the Custom-house. She is supposed to be
a Confederate vessel.
On the same day the Peterhof, another
steamer, aLo sailed from London, laden with
army stores and necessaries, audher clearance
papers were not to be found entered only a
few days ago. The custom lists teem with
cases similar to those enumerated. Surely
the shipment to neutral ports of such vast
quantities of material and munitions of war
is in itself a sufficiently suspicious circum
stance to justify the interference of the
proper authorities to prevent violations of
the law. ‘Will the honorable member for Sun
derland, (Hon. W. S. Lindsay,) whose voice
has been not so unfrequently raised in the
House in defence of the slaveholders’ rebel
lion, have the termerity to affirm his igno
rance of the nature of the transactions in
which his name figures with dis
graceful prominence ? Will he deny that bis
offices in the city of London are the common
resort of Charleston and other American pi
lots, but especially Southerners, who tout
there for hire in thls contraband trade ? The
Government owes it to itself first, to its ally
the Federal Government next, to prosecute
and punish those who violate either the
Queen’s Proclamation, the Foreign Enlist
ment act, or the Customs regulations. It is
simply Incredible that it alone Is not cogni
zant of facts notorious in commercial circles,
and the evidence of which is more easily ac
cessible to Its agents than to lookers on. The
one circumstance to be kept In view is, that,
these parties ship goods contraband of war,
ostensibly to neutral ports, but with a full
knowledge that they arc intended for another
destination, and that one which is not legally
accessible to them; in other words, that they
are going to blockaded ports. Here the sub
ject is left for the present by, my lords, yours,
•Sc. Anonymous.
New Inn, W. C., Feb. 14.
E>GUISU OPITVIOX.
AVbttt Ibc English People flitnk of the
Recent Honors to IQasou by the
Lord mayor of Loudon,
The reception of Mr. Mason, the rebel com
tnirFioner, in England, at the Mansion House
of the Lord Mayor of London, has not added
to his popularity In England. He seemed to
tee in that reception the prelude to ultimate
political and commercial relations between
the Government of Her Majesty and Jeff. Da
vis. But the English people do not appear to
tee it in that light, and even the London l imes
the apologist and admirer of the rebellion,
rebuked him for his presumption on that oc
cai-ion.
But it was at the great meeting of the
Emancipation Society, al St. James Hull, that
Mr. Mason received the most scathing rebuke.
Mr. tV. Evans, the President of the Society,
in Ills remarks on taking the chair, said that
one of the causes of the rapid growth of the
Society, was “ the lamentable exhibition
made by the Lord Mayor, in having welcomed
Mr. Mason. 1 * •
Professor Newman concluded his remarks
by offering the following resolution;
‘“That the revolt of the Southern States ol
America against the Federal Government hav
ing avowe&ly originated in the determination
not only to maintain but to extend slavery,
and having been followed by the organization
of a confederacy based upon the denial of hu
man rights to the negro race, this meeting in
dignantly repels the assumptions that the
English people sympathize with a rebellion
that thus violates ever)* principle of political
justice, or with institutions framed in defiance
of the moral sense of civilized mankind, and
which arc an outrage upon the religion, the
sanction of which has been claimed in their
support. 11
In seconding this resolution, which was al
tciward unanimously adopted, the Rev. W.
Laudells said the freedom and independence
the seceded Slates arc fighting for is freedom
to enslave, flog and sell the negro, indepen
dence of all laws, human and divine. “What
infatuation has come over Englishmen, 11 he
continued:
“To give ihelradmimtion and sympathy to
such men! How was it that Mr. Mason, the
author of the Fugirivc-tdave Law, was the
mnn whom the Mansion House of London de
lighted to honor? The maledictions of 10,000
slaves, and the hatred of all true Englishmen,
must rest ou the Mansion House while It ad
mitted to its table euchdiatingmsUedgacsts. 1 ’
Mr. J. Thompson. In a sharp and bitter
speech, also said of Mr. Mason:
“As for Mr, Mason, author of the Fugitive
Slu\u Law, Newgale Calendar did not con
tain tlic i.amc of bo black u felon, of t-o con
bp:ti;oi;sj' rcbi l ngairiM God, ami so dire an
enemy of man. as he who was recently
eiiteitaii cd at the Mansion House. Tne hos
pitality of the city was vruntorly and ilttgr.im
1\ abused op tbaloeeusiou, for Mr. Mason was
a man stealer, a*d, as a umu-otcaler, and as a
fiigitive-tlavc kidmipjor, he was not worthy
to lone the latehet of any gontkdnanly high
nayri-j-n. [L<>ud Janirhter and applause.] He
might bespeaking in the bearing of Mr. Ma
son, and, If to; he told him that there was one
man in England who knew him, and who
dared and delied lum to meet face to face, and
foot to foot, in manly combat, in the presence
of an audience like tills. [Loud applause, and
a voice, ‘Put that in the papers.’] Having
traced the antecedents of Mr. Mason, in the
course of which another dissentient, who re
minded the meeting that Paul once sent back
a fugitive slave, was- Immediately expelled.
• Mr. Thompson said the city of London wasdis
’ graced, and the people of England belled by
the Mansion House ho>pitality. Until a man
should fill the civic chair belter able to dis
criminate who were worthy to receive the
hospitality of the city of London, “Ichabod”
would be written on the portico of the Man
tlon-honsc, and those citizens of London who
would revive the glories of their ancient mu
: Dlcipality should shun' the banquet room of
Lord Mayor Rose, lest they were entrapped
into fellowship with those* who represented
the/principles of human, slavery, and were
themselves tmfflccrs in the sinews and the
souls of their fellow men. He contrasted the
conduct of the corpora! ion in decreeing busts
of Granville Sharp and Clarkson, and said that
the city of London would lie under a stigma
which he believed it did not deserve until i f s
citizens met in Common Council to resent the
insult which the present Lord Mayor had put
upon it in welcoming Mr. Mason. He con
cluded by moving—
“ That the Lord Mayor, by invlting.aud re
ceivingat the Mansion House, Mr. Mason, the
author of the famous fugitive slave law, as the
representative of those southern Confederate
States In America, whose Independence the
British Government has hitherto refused to
recognize, has offered a wanton insult to the
Government, to the citizens of London, and
to the whole British nation, and inis disgraced
the annals of acorporationnot more renowned
for its antiquity than for its great aud con
tinuous services in the cause of freedom, and
the honors it has rejoiced and been proud to
render to men distinguished by their Chris
tian and pliilanthropicluborsand sacrifices for
the liberties and welfare of mankind.”
. 20,900’
G9.050
499
. 2,8-X)
SlO
. 0,494,0K)
500
.20,050,000
The resolution was adopted and, the meet
ing adjourned.
Meetings similar to the above liavebecn and
are being held in all the great cities and towns
of England. They are attended by thousands
of the middle and laboring classes, and the
aristocratic element is also largely represent
ed. In each ard all of these,' Mason's name
is hissed and execrated. The fact that he is
the uutfcor of the Fugitive Slave Law having
become widely advertised, bis not assisted in
increasing his popularity. The more promi
nent he makes himself, the more bitterly is
he assailed. if he dreaded abolition
agitation at borne, what sort of affection,
think you, he can have for the English people?
Nothing but the hope of wheedling the Gov
ernment into some movement that will end
in the recognition of the Conlederacy, keeps
him in England, and the formidable move
ment in favor of emancipation now going on
there, diminishes his chances of such a recog
nition, and adds to the odious character of
the cause he is representing.
The great outstanding fact, and one to
which Mason’s reception at the Lord Mayor’s
is merely incidental, is this: That slavery is
hateful to the conscience of the people and
the spirit of the age, and that a government
laying its corner-stone upon such a founda
tion, can not expect to have, and will not re
ceive, the sympathy or respect of any eulight
• ened and Christian nation. Not even the vast
commercial interests involved in the present
struggle, to the prosperity of which slavery
has conduced largely, are sufficient to turn
the scale in favor of a projected Government
which has for its special mission the extension
and perpetuation of the most odious system
of servitude the world has ever known. The
rebels have not been able to bring the tremen
dous agency of the institution, backed up by
cotton monopoly and free trade, to effect
recognition hitherto, and the chances are now,
more than ever, against their being made
especially serviceable for that purpose.
A British Fleet fathering in
Brampton Ifioads—lnsults to
our Hen by British Sailors.
The Fortress Monroe correspondent of the
Philadelphia Inquirer writes (March Sd) as
follows:
A British fleet is gradually gathering in
Hampton Roads. The Vesuvius and Petrel
have been in the harbor the past week, and
last night the English sloop of war Desperate
arrived there from Charleston, and will prob
ably remain for some time. The collection of
this licet of Anglo rebels evidently means
something. The rebels have had another vis
ion of the mlllcnium, as they console them
selves with the idea that on or about the Bth
of March Norfolk is again to lull into their
hands, llow this thing is to be accomplished
has not yet transpired, but - may ♦>£ £ r jt.
Ish mcn-of-war j tl these Roads -be in the
secret of the rebel plot to re-capture Norfolk
City, and to this fact intend to be witnesses.
That the 'sympathies of these people are
with the South, is a transparent fact. It is
only three or four days ago that the Petrel
arrived here from Charleston, via Havana.
The ship had scarcely come to an anchor, be
fore the whole crew mustered on deck and
sang lirst the national air of Great Britain,
and immediately alter “Disey’s Land,” with
a new version for the South, of “ Wc Will
Pefend Her.” This was done while jvingoff a
dlatanCv of about two hundred j, _rds from
the fort, ami ii*out fifty yards off the block
ading steamer Mystic. This flagrant insult to
our flag by the lory Englishmen may lead to
great trouble, whiiG their vessels remain sta
tioned in this harbor, ail: 1 it is only by dint of
great exertion on the part of the officers that
difficulties arc prevented betC ecn our mcn
and the English sailors when the/ C OUIC oa
shore.
Appeal to Colored Wen,
Frederic Douglass has Issued a call to colored
men to take up arras in the country's defence,
lie says that a “ war undertaken and brazenly
carried on for the perpetual enslavement of
the colored men Culls loudly upon colored
men to help to suppress it.” lie urges that
they should not stop to criticise the causes of
delay on the part of governing authorities to
urcliaiu against the foes of the country “ her
powerful black baudthat all over the couu
try the words arc written—“ Now or never;”
that liberty to the colored men won by white
men would lack half Its lustre; that “those
who would be free, themselves should strike
the blow” for freedom.
I have not tbonght lightly of the words I
am now addressing to you. The counsel I
give comes of those observations of the great
struggle now in progress—and of the deep
conviction that lids Is your hour and mine.
In good earnest, then, and aflerthe best de
liberation, I now, for the first time during tho
war, feel at liberty to call and counsel you to
arms. By every consideration which* binds
you to your enslaved fellow countrymen, and
the peace and welfare of your couu'ry: by
every aspiration which you cherish for the
freedom and equality of yourselves and your
children; by all tbe’ties of blood and Identity
which make us one with the brave black men
now fighting our battles in Louisiana, in
South Carolina, I urge you to fly to arms, and
smite with death the power that would bury
the Government and your liberty in the same
hopeless grave. I wish X could tell you that
the State ot New York calls you to this high
hon®- Forthemoment her constituted au
thorities are silent on the subject. Tecy will
speak by and by, and doubtless on the right
side; but we are not compelled to wait lor
her. We can get at the throat of treason and
slavery through the State of Massachusetts.
She was first iu the war of independence;
first to break the chains of her slaves; first to
make thp black man equal before the law;
first to admit colored children to her common
schools; and she was first to answer with her
blood the alarm cry of the nation, when its
capital was menaced by rebels. You know
her patriotic Governor, and you know Charles
Sumner, I need add no more.
Massachusetts now welcomes yon to arms
as kpr soldiers. She has but a small colored
population from which to recruit. She has
full leave of the general Government to send
one regiment to the war, and she has under
taken to do it. Go quickly and help fillup
this first colored regiment from the North.
I am authorized to assure you that you will
receive the same wages, the same rations, the
same equipments, the same protection, the
same treatment, and the same bounty secured
to white soldiers. Yon will be led by able and
skillful officers—men who will take especial
pride in your efficiency and success. They
will be quick to accord to you all the honor
you shall merit by your valor—and see that
your rights and feelings arc respected by oth
er soldiers. I have assured myself ou these
points—and can speak with authority. More
than twenty years’ unswerving devotion to
our common cause may giveme'some humble
claim to be trusted at this momentous crisis.
Sold in a Lump.
[From the N. Y. Evening Post, Cth.]
The story goes In TVashington, that when
Tallandighuiu denounced the UurW ncwspft-
Scrofthls ci*y as an Abolition journal, and
cn. Wood denied that it was any more an
organ of the Democrats, some Republican
member of Congress expressed his surprise at
those statements. “ Why, yon see,” replied
Ben., “ my brother got tired of the thing after
the election, and sold ont his interest to Bel
mont and others I’’ “But the editors,” sug
gested a listener, “were they transferred with
thc'conceruV” “Oh, yes,” rejoined Ben.,
with Hie utmost coolness, u we sold ’em all
in a lump!”
Fifty-nine Persons Killed.
Locorno is one of those pretty little Inlf-
Itallun, half Swiss towns which line the
Northwest shores of the Lngo Maegiore. The
church with its dome towering over the
other buildings, its colored marbles, and its
quaint old Irescoes by Lninl, is the one
sight of the little city. On Sunday, the llth
of January, there was present in that church
a eongrega-ion, composed, as U usually the
case in this part of Europe, almost entirely
of women. Suddenly there was a dead, heavy
full. The dome which covered the body of
tbe church had never been cleared of the con
stantly-fulling winter’s snow, and the immense
weight accumulated was to great for the
strength of the worn-out braiding. The
whole dome gave wayand fell on the congre
gation, then Kneeling in prayer. Fifty-three
female corpses—one a bride of 20 years—and
one old man was found, after the’ruins had
been cleared by the inhabitants.
pT Mr. C. S, Hammond, a well known
commission agent and produce broker in
Montreal, has left that city suddenly, leaving
a large amount of debts, and it Is supposed
carrying a large sum of money with him. it
Is suspected that he sailed on the 2d of Feb
ruary from New York for Australia. The
dedication U said to amount to oyer SIO,OOO.
OJkrc!!;uu\:i;s,
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Arrangements are now completed to supply any de
mand for this article, which from lack of government
stamps has not heretofore been possible.
Thepubllcmay rest assured that in no case will the
perfectly pare standard of the Plantation Bitters be
departed from. Etebt bottle uu-vas the fao
SIMILE 07.0U8 SIGNATURE O.N* A STEEL PLATE KKG dav
ing. on rr cannothe genuine.
Soldby all Druggists, Grocers and Dealers through
out the country.
F. 11. DRAKE 6c CO.,
mhlMi9C9-:m w4S Ctrl Broadway. K. 7.
THE HE
HAIR RESTORER
AND
ZYUOBALSAMUNI ?
Convincing: Testimony:
KzV. C, A.
Vftrv l ?® l treasurer American Bible Union, New
fJilr- ~ity. ivrttos; **l very cheerfully add my
J c - ,miy to that of numerous friend*, to tho great
value of Mrs. S. A. Allen's World's Hair Restorer
and ZylobalK'niimn."
RfiV. WM. CUTTER. New York City; "My hair Is
charged to Us natural color, and growing ou bald
Rev..l. 11. CORNELL Kc'WYor v City: "I procured
It lor a relative. Tim ti,“* stopped.
;r_ d restored u from belnß gror to Its
bea? Unil color." .
Ret. .1. V7SST. Ilrooklyn, L. I.- "I will testify tv
their value .'n the most liberal Benue. They Save
restored my hhir wliere It was bald. aau*. where
grey, to It* original color."
Rev. A. WEdSTI-R. Boston, Mass.: "I hard used
them with great effect. lam now neither baldiu* r
grev. May hair was dry and brittle; It la now soft'
aslnyontn.”
RET. H. V, DEGFN. Boston, Mas?.; •• That they pro
mote the gr»"- til of the hair whore baldness is, 1
have the evidence of my own eyes."
Sold by Druggists throughout the World.
principal sales oracs,
No. 198 Greenwich New York.
Certificates
as above.
frtJ-IGM-Sm-M WAT
H-LAD NEWS FOR THE UN
VA FOBTCKATE.
The Long Songlit for DlscoTcrcd at Last.
CHEROKEE REMEDY
Cliei’okee Injection!
Compounded from Root?, Barts and Leaves.
tr The first la the form of a delirious syren. The
second as a healing, soothing, and emollient Injection,
removing all scalding heat and Improper dlscliarges.
£2'” The two medicines combined being complete
and needing no other medicine to core the most obsti
nate case of acute or chronic disease, and Is especially
recommended In those cases of Floor Albas (or Whites
in females) when aU the old nauseous preparations
have failed.
S3T These preparations are not only as good as other
medicines, ncr thet abztab hettebthajt thebest,
for the simple reason that these never fall to cure la
from one to tut.ek days, while all other* do fail la
uu ay cases.
gy They are unlike every other Medicine prescrloed
for Acute os Chronic Disease*, as they contain no
copabla or mineral poison. The " Chebokes Bejeedt"
should be taken Internally. In tcaspoonfnl doeo. It la
diuretic and alterative In Its action. ItpurlQesand
cleanses the blood, canning it to Sow In aU Its original
purity and vigor; thus removing from tho system all
Impure and pernicious causes which have Induced dis
ease.
tSf By tlie use of Iho •• Cheboxee Roodt" and
** Cukbokee Injection.’—the two combined—all nc
peopee DzscnBAQES ABE cuxoved. and tbe weakened
organsarc soon restored to fall vigor and strength.
C2T To those who have tried all the various prepara
tions In vain, until they think tliemsclvea beyond the
reach of medical aid, we would say; Nsvzn despair I
Tlie ** CnsBOKEE Hotedt** and •• Cherokee Injzo
nos** will cucr toc after alt. Quack Doctors
have failed!
C2TFor foil i*artlculars get a Circular, thee, from
any Drug Store In the country, or write the Proprietor,
Who will mall feee, to any address, a full treatise.
gy Price—' “* Cherokee Rejiedt,”|3 per bottle, or
three bottles for ft.
C 3*" Price—" Cherokee Injection,” $2 per bottle,
or three bottles for $5.
X3T Sent by express to any address on receipt of
py“ Soldby all respectable Druggists everywhere.
Dr. TV. B. MERtvIN, Sole Proprietor, 6 South Fourth
street. St. Louis. Mo
SMITH A DWYER.
WLakestreet, Wholesale and Retail Agents, and sold
by all Draggles In Chicago. oclfr-vtißtiwarcowly
gAML. PATRICK’S HOTEL,
112 and 114 Franklin street,
(Two Block West of the Court House)
CHICAGO ILL.
The house Is a substantial brick building. with all <
modern Ucpiovcmenu ofa first-class hotel, and bos
rooms to accommodate about one hundred guests.
Tbe proprietor has kept the Railroad victualing
House at Galesburg. lIL. for nearly six years, and hav
ing spent five months repairing and refurnishing this
bouse, U now ready to do a hotel business la Chicago.
Board *1.50 per day.
Patronage Solicited.
, SAMUEL PATRICK.
Chicago. March 3.2*63. ml aQSMm
QT. NICHOLAS HOTEL,
NEW YORK, February Ist, 1963.
The undersigned beg leave to Inform their friends
and the traveling public generally that they have
leased the St. Nicholas Hotel for a number of years.
The House will be refitted throughout. The Cellars
win be stocked with the choicest Wines and Liquors.
By strict attention to the comfort of their guests in
every particular, they hope to render It as attractive
as any Hotel In the United States.
HARRY L SPOTTS.
felSallt-im 4 t BAM DEL HAWK,
Late of tho Richmond House. Chicago.
■vrOTICE TO CREDITORS OF
X* PROP. NIAGARA.—AII persona bolding claims
against said I’ropc'lcr.wlll present them immediately
to me<or adjustment, F. A. HOWS. Jn., Agent fbr
owners. m^aTU-la
fllisrdlaucmis
PROCLAMATION.
DYEING! DYEING!! DYEING!!!
I-<>s£ TBIOIISAA-I»S,
At No. 10 Dvsplalucft street, sooth of Randolph street.
West Division.
Having just returned from Paris, after selecting a
lot of tne present Dye Staffs, the undersigned warrants
to give satisfaction in all colors—the latest shades.
Also. Solft-rlno. Maaenta. French Purple. &c.
Previous to his ti in to Europe, the undersigned con
ducted the well-known premium house of Cook A
McLain, of Chicago. c. DAHLGRERN.
m . „ „ • Paris S-eam Dye Works.
-Branch Office. 73 North Clarkstreet.
Q.RAYES & IRYINE,
78 LALE STREET.
We take pleasure Id Informing the ladies of the ar
rival of our spring stock of cor&ets In hand made
woven and French, (the latter our own Importation;)
hocp skirts, dicss trimmings,
COTTON HOSIERY,
Back and Side Comhs. Jet Goods. Ac., of all which we
are now prepared to show the • - - - • -
BEST LINE
Iq the city, and Invite a call.
78 LAKE STREET.
GRATES Ac IRVIXB,
fe4-mrj 73 LAKE STREET.
YORK AND ILLINOIS
Hoop Skirt Manufactory,
And importer and dealer In all kinds of
French and German Corsets.
jnlldren'Mo bi spring*. ladlea'
_K. B.—Tre repair all etlrta which T
lT T7TIOLESALE
TD KETAIL. 79
ub Clark street,
tposlla the Goars
OUiO.)
cmcioo, nxnrois.
'ilk & Cotto* Skirts
ado to order at
>rt notice. Old
jirtsrepaired. alter
-1 and shaped as stood
new. Fall stock of
jvea. double ula>
ind. arldiil&French
Ms constantly oa
id, from 3 springs.
•ra cmirce. provided they are kept clean. pur skirts
arc warranted to bo of the beat quality, Watch Spring
eU€I skirts exchanged If not satisfactory, and all par
sent to residence,
Notice to 'Vl’holenalo Buyer*.
astre nave been In the Skirt business sines the first
beginning of the trade, and have branches of our house
iWI the principal cities of the Union, as veil as Lon
don—and as our London Agent furnishes os our steel
auint cost—Urns giving our customers the benefit of
wuat ve should otherwise pay for commissions—we
are able to sell lower than any other manufacturer.
Orders by mail promptly attended to.
l« TRACER, Proprietor for Chicago,
New York Factory, S3 Bowery.
•rSSMy Chicago Poet Office Box *555
PEESH VACCINE VIRUS,
Warranted.
Sent by mail upon receipt of ONE L OIL AS.
GALE BROTHERS,
Wholesale and Retail Druggists, 302 Randolph street,
Chicago. deIS-xCS3-ly
pmCAGO LEAD AND OIL
\J WOBK6J
Comer Clinton and Pulton Streets West Bide.
LEAD PIPE, BULLETS, BAR & SHEET LEAD,
LINSEED OIL,
Shot, White Lead, Bed Lead and Litharge,
PUMPS AM) HYDRAULIC RIMS.
Orders from the trade solicited. Highest market
price paid for flax Seed. P.O, Box 6113.
eel B. W. BLATCHFORD.
D. McFARLANE’S
Gas, Steam Fitting and
PLUMBING ESTABLISHMENT,
54 Lasallo street, Chicago,
DEALER IK
GAS FIXTURES AND IRON FURXITURE,
Practical Plumber,
And Mannlictnrer of
ALL KINDS OF STEADI WORK.
TO THE TRADE
ThefTrado supplied with tools and every article lu
the Gas Steam VlUlng and Plmnblng business. Be-
Gildlnc and Bronzing done to order,
isrsiaaufaclory, 167 and 163 East Washington e^
JOHN GRAY,
DEALER IS
WOODEN BROOMS,
Palis, Brashe'd, Mats, Twines, Cord
age, Tubs, Chums, Cradles,
"Wagons* Chairs, Baskets, &c.
Nos. 15 Folt'D nna 202 Front Strco'.g,
Now York.
JgARNIJM BROS.,
13S Lake Street,
OFFER CHEAP FOR CASH.
100 doz. Willow and Wood Cabs and Gigs,
50 Cradles. Cribs', Chairs,
500 “ Ladies Work and Traveling Baskets,
BO •* Rocking and Spring Horses,
100 a Toy Carts, Wagons and Gigs,
300 bags Common and Colored Marbles,
200 M China Painted Allies,
200 M Pine Glass Allies,
CO M Gilt and Silvered Allies, &c., &c.,
500 Grace Peg Taps, assorted.
1000 doz. Pocket and Currency Books,
ICO doz. Bovs Drams, nine sizes,
3000 M Flfch Rooks. sixteen sizes,
750 doz. Fish Lines, 10 to 100 feet,
-oq ». Tin and Wood Bird Cages,
750 “ Rubber Balls, assorted,
STJXLEHSCiN? o ®®’ YAJfKEENOTI ONS
Tm .„, - _ . quantities to suit the trade.
Tmpaml Fancy GootK.. K *i DOLL. Jast received a
Jh'j, Uk Lunoti, WiIUUK. ' akc street.
great variety. Remember, 19S *. -
9000 boxes pal*/ soap,
1,00) boxes American Co»tll9 *- 1 *
1,000 boxes Stearine Candle** 11fc
-600 boxes Star* canal©**
For sale by TURNER * SOTCiTO&A**.
BihS-aSisim 77 Klnz.'edww^
TYRED GIN G, DOCKING, EX '
XJ CAVATINGAND GRADING.
O. 11. GREEK Sn CO.
Arc prepared to execute work la the above line with
thoroughness anddlspatch. Office 13 Lasalie street.
QRAN6ES AND LEMONS.
500 Boxes Just Received,
Direct from Importers. Cash orders from tho trade
solicited. A. C. HUESTIS.
fc26-55323w Fort Wayne. Ind.
pRIME MALT BARLEY,
51.50 to $1 60 per bushel, 34 lbs.
Bje Malt One Dollar. S lbs.
IRWIN ft MOREY,
O.Box 1872. [gplTCI-ly] 9 Board of Trade Building
T-T YGIEO-THERAPEUTIC RE-
J-_L , TREAT.
Established for Treatment and Cure of
Chronic Diseases, at 96 State street, Chicago.
Patients whoso cases cannot well be met at thchands
of the general practitioner, will And at the Retreat a
combination or remedies and means well selected to
meet the exigency of tbelr case. Tbe special attention
of the medical professlnn.'as well os the suffering pa
tient. is caUed to the therapeutic power of the Electro-
Thermal Path an* Elaborate Electrical Apparatus, as
one of the means used nt tho Rorrcat for curing obsti
nate cases of Chronic diseases. J USXDf HAYEa. M.n,
roi-affiS-lm
“gUGAR TIME HAS COME.”
100 Dozen SAP BUCKETS,
For wlc at flSSonth Water street.
mhIUSST-Iw NATHANIEL WRITE.
W OOL TWINE.—! am maim-
V t factoring, and can fill orders for this goods,
Xu any quantities.
NATHANIEL WHITE.
mMO-tdGs2m to South Water street.
PHILOSOPHICAL INSTRH
MENTS and School Apparatus Globes, Air
Tumps. Electric Machines. Thermometers. &c..4c„
made by JAMES VV. QUEEN A CO.,
Manufacturing Opticians. 934 Chestnut street. Phila
delphia. Pa. Illustrated and priced catalogues sent
free. fel7-aI(P-Im
JJELP, HELP, HELP.
City Intelligence Office,
byMrs.MARX,2C9S«Qth Clark street. TheoalyGcr
man Intelligence office In theclty. Hotelsaad private
houses supplied on the shortest notice and lowest
terms, and also farm hands mSaCSO-lm
r rO EXCHANGE.—A new first
JL class famllv carriage, valued nt sla hundred and
ftftvdollars, will be exchanged ferocity lot of about
the*same value. Theulfference either wayto be paid
In cash. Address •* C H.** Tribune office. fe2s-a46i-2w
X>UCKSKIN GOODS.—The best
■I y stock In town and lowest prices. Army Gloves.
Officers* Gloves. Fanner’s Gloves; an kinds of Gloves,
for men and boys. Sutlers and dealers supplied In anv
Quantity. MILITARY GOODS.
Wholesale and Retail at reduced prices.
E.R. BOWEN, 2O Clark street, (upstalrajovor over the
united States Express Office.
Ladies read this atten-
TIVELT.—Give up thouseofthatvOecompound
called rouge. It can deceive no one no matter how
skillfully it is applied. Nothing is more beautiful and
worthy of admiration than a skin white as alabaster,
rosy cheeks, lips red as coral, lu short, a complexion of
DAZZLING BEAUTY AND PURITY.
Do nway wlthyourparapharaalia of cosmetics, poma
tums, hloorosof roses, nud other humbug*: follow my
directions and you will find to your surprise that la a
very short space of time you can become possessor of
a beautiful complexlos. Send your address and one
stamp to A. G. LAMONT. Perfumer.
fe2T»-a4is-lm Box 46TJ. New York City.
JNSTRUCTION IN THE
GERXIAA I-AXGI AGE.
In Classes atd private, given by OSCAR PAULHABER
101 Washington street,Sd door. Room 13. Hours, from
6 to 9P.M. mhS-aSTMw
■\TIGHT SCAVENGER.—CharIes
It Knnz will attend to tbe cleaning ot Vaults.Priv
ies. and the removal of offensive matter of all descrip
tions. spoiled meats, dead animals. Ac.. Ac Rainwater
cMcrna cleaned aud purified. Alt work attended to
with promptness and dispatch, and at hours moatsult-'
able. Post Office Box 119. felS-aT-lo
T OTTERIES.—John A. Morris
VJ a Co.*9 Delaware State Lottery will be drawn la
Wilmington. Delaware.
Every Wednesday and Saturday
During the year. Prizes range from |lO to SSO.oou. Fo
Circniars or Tickets, address A. J.BACHE, _
fe2C-n509-lm 169 Broadway. N.Y
■VTOTICE TO GRAIN DEALERS.
JL v We keep constantly on hand a stock of Gunny
Bags: also, 4 bushel Burlap Bags, consigned to ns to
be sold, always at the market price. Orders from the
country, accompanied with rcmlttaacesor good refer
ence. promptly filled. UNDERWOOD & CO.. Com
mission Merchants, IST South Water at. ftS ssts6.Ru
iHTneiral Instrmntnts, Ctc.
jyjusicAL instruments.
JULIUTTS BAUER,
MANUFACTURER OF
DRUMS AND BRASS
Instruments,
90 SOUTH CLAUK BTBEBT.
Manufacturer and Importer of Musical Instrument*
and strings. Having connection with manufacturing
booses In Berlin, Lemslc. Dresden, England and Parts,
la prepared to funiUu Dealers, Banda and Individuals
with every article in their line
Lowest New York Prices.
Poet Office Box MM. ocIMZJMy
pSINCE & CO’S
IMPROVED
JfREL OEM OJVS 9
. Th ® oldest egtablUlimentin the United States, employ
ing Au men, and finisJdng solnstruments per week.
Blinnfatlory, tonitr of alar jland t SUgars sts.,
Bcmio, N. T,
WHOLESALE' DEPOTS
87 FULTON STREET.
43 LAKE STREET....
WHOLESALE AGENTS.
Henry Tolman & Co.
W.F. Colburn
Balmer & .Weber....
James Beliak.
A, Couse
Fh.P.Werleln
A.&S. Nordhclaer.
Persona unacquainted with the Melodcou and its
history, will bear in mind that we are theploneers and
leading manufacturers, not only la the United States,
but in tho world. We commenced the manufacture of
Mclodeonslnthefhll of the voar 1347, and since that
time have ftnUhed and sold TWENTY-SEVEN THOU
SAND. The>e instruments are now In use mostly la
the United States and Canada, bat also la Europe
Asia. Africa. South America, and the West Indies, and
from all these quarters we have the most flattering tes
timonials of the hlgtestimatlou In which they areheld.
At all Industrial Exlilhltioiu they
have ' invariably been awarded tbe
Highest Premium whenever exhibited
In competition with others.
We shall take pleasure in forwarding by mall (at our
own expenseiour Illustrated Catalogue, in widchevery
instrument we manufacture is fully described, and
Illustrated by elegant engravings.
All Mclodeons of our manufacture, cither sold by us
or dealers in any part of the United States or Canada,
arc warrant**, to be perfect la every respect, and
should any repairs be necessary before the expiration
of five years from date of sale, we hold ourselves ready
and willing to make tbe some free of chargo, provided
the Injury Ts not caused by arcldent or design.
Agents fbr the sale of our Melodcoaa maybe found
in all the principal towns of the United State* and
Canada.
Address either
GEO. A. PRINCE & CO.
GEO. A. PEIRCE & CO., 87 Pulton at., N. Y
GEO. A. PRINCE & CO., 43 Lake Bt., Chicago
Or cither of the above wholesale agents. apls-5494
jlnsnraiue.
jyjILLER & 'fITLLMARTH,
FIBE, 3IAIUAE ASD LIFE
INSURANCE AGENTS.
Office, No. 150 South Water St.,
DOLE'S BUILDING, CHICAGO, ILL,
T. L. MILLER. -
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF NEW YORK.
PROVIDENCE WASHINGTON INS. CO.,
Of Providence. R. 1.. Chartered 1709.
ARCTIC FIRE INSURANCE CO.,
OF NEW YORK.
CITIZENS’ FIRE INSURANCE CO.,
OF NEW YORK.
GERMANIA FIRE INSURANCE CO.,
OF NEW YORK*
ADRIATIC FIRE INSURANCE CO.,
OF NEW YORK.
HAMPDEN FIRE INSURANCE CO.,
X)V SPRINGFIELD MASS.
MANHaTTEN fire insurance CO.,
OF NEW YORK.
52T* No Charge for Stomp'* on Policies.
jai l-tiio-iy
Bnstncsfi darts.
QEOKGE W. HILL,
ATTOUIiEV AX I.ATV,
General Collection and Beal Estate Agent,
Office. 123 Dearborn St., (Cobb’s Building.)
Post Office Box 1317. CHICAGO. ILL.
TtSf Hon. J. Young Scaramon.
“* ... lilodgeit, Chicago; lion. John M. Wilson.
' _caco; Artcnms Carter, Esq., Chicago: William
Gooding. Esq.. Lockporl. 111. 1016-a3>lm
WAR CLAIM OFFICE OF
T T LEAVITT ft WRIGHT.
63 Clark street, Chicago, HI.,
Will prosecute claims for Pension*. Bounty ana Prize
Money, Arrears of Pay. &c. Attorney* for drawing
Pension Money from the Chicago Ageffty. Application
may be made by mall. Ja6*ySss-2m
TT'NOCH WOODS,
JL- J (Sacccssor to CIIAS. A. EATOITJ
180 LAKE STREET,
DSAXI3 Ef
Guns, Sporting Apparatus) Fishing
Tackle, Pistols, llowie Knives,
AND MILITARY GOODS,
Powder and Shot.
AT WHOLESALE AND EETAIL.
»p2-p2OMy
J£RNEST TRUSSING,
HEAL ESTATE AGENT,
C Lormon Bloclr. Chicago, Illinois.
Loans negotiated on real estate security. Jyt-sW3-ly
S. KIRK & CO.,
J.
SOAP AND CAXDLE MASTTACTEUEUS,
And dealer* In Rosin, Soda Ash.TaUow. Tallow 0i1.4c
1$ & 20 River Street, Chicago*
an“-83i4-ir
proposals.
rro ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS,
j, AND others.
Deaf-n* ,'-' r National Cummer Notes arc hereby invl
teu V‘ “the Act of Congress authartz
fl,ou -vedFebruaryasih, 1
:nc a;. fPI’ I .'*: '“character; and
The dt > :n, must be National in rn«... . •'u whole
none will i '® c ® n9i ‘ j6red Hut have been n*eu. _
or In part, . n P® n nny currency, bond, certificate. ...
othcrrepresei. u lr v V°* \nlnc. and completed bills most
be of the unlfoi wzc of seven Inches by three Inches.
Designs must be for both the obverse aad reverse oi
the note, and he si. sccptable of receiving upon their
obverse tlie following *?S*ndf "National Currency, se
cured by tbe Bonds of to*’-! United States, deposited with
the Treasurer ot the Unli*d States." a? well as the sig
natures of the Treasurer o» the United States and the
Register of the Treasury, together with thcpr>mil«e*<j
pav of the association Lwalhg the notes, signed bytl«
President and Cashier thereof, and their place of re
demption.
The reverse must be susceptablc of receiving the fol
lowing legend: " This note L« receivable at par in all
parts of tbe United States in payment of taxes, excises;
and all other does to the United States, except for du
ties on Imports; and also for all salaries and other debts
and demands owing by the United Slates to Individuals,
corporations and associations, within the United States,
exceptlnterest on public debt.”
And. also. to have suitable tablets for imprinting the
followlngsynopMscfrecilonSTaadSSofthe Aciauthor-
Izicg &N at tonal Currency, approved February 23. isitij
Every person making or engraving, or aiding to make
or engrave, or parsing or attempting to pass, any imi
tation or alteration of this note; and everr person hav-
Inglnuosses'donaplateorlmpreseion made In Imita
tion of it. or any paper made in Imitation of that on
which tbe note is printed, U. by the act ol Congress,
approved2sth February. l?#3. guilty of felony, and sub
ject to fine not exceeding one thousand dollars, or liu
prL-o&nient not exceeding fifteen years at hard labor,
or both.”
mtalSS-lw
Designs will bo received until the 2Stb day of March.
ISGS. and must in all ca»es be accompanied by models,
or Illustrative drawings, and the Department reserves
the light to reject any or all that may be offered. For
such oeslgnsor parts of designs as may bo'ncccpted,
soluble compensation-will be paid, not exceeding In
the aggregate two hundred dollars for each note: and
the accepted designs will then become the exclusive
property of the United Slates. Tbe designs not ac
cented will be returned to the parties submitting them.
Proposals will also be received for famishing die* In
accordance with the designs: stating the cost ofcae
completed dies, and tbe date at which they cm be fur
nished: the Secretary reserving the right to accept de
signs or parts of designs ana causing themto bt en
graved by other parties than those submitting the de
signs Iftie deems it fortheintcrestof the Government
to do so. In all cases the dies, and all transfers, or
copies thereof, to be the exclusive property of the
United states.
In the selection of designs, special attention will bo
given to security against counterfeiting and against al
terations. as well as to suitableness for use as cur
rency.
Proposals and designs must be enclosed la sealed
envelopes and directed to the Secretarvof the Treas
ury. and plainly endorsed “Designs and Proposals f«*r
National Currency.” and wl!l he opened oa the CSth
day of March, ISG3. at 12 o'clock M.
S. P. CHASE.
mli7-aSM7t-2tcv si tv Secretary of lie Treasury.
Q1 AA AOn —Wanted. Sealed
{y X\JVy • \J yj proposals will be received
bribe ncder#lcned. CP to Ifl o’clock A. M. of March
2stb. l£6fi. for any part of ONE HUNDRED THOU
SAND DOLLAR of fix per cent. Coupon Bonds of
Cook Cccr.tr, Illinois. l-sucd In pursuance ofan act of
the General Assembly of t hcSta'.e of Illinois, and para
ble at the oftlce of the Treasurer of said County, in the
City of Chicago. In ten years from the first day of April,
ISffi; Interest parable semiannually.
At the time above mentioned (March 53. ISO. at 10
o'clock A. M.) the bids will be opened at the Super
visors' Room. In the Court House. In Chicago.
The right to reject any or all bids L* reserved. Those
matin? proposals will please state the size of the
Bonds preferred by them.
Tire entire indebtedness of Cook County, exclusive
of the above, is only Seventy- six Thousand Dollars and
a sinking fund provided for its extinction.
H. Z. CULVER.
PAUL CORNELL,
M. C. NILES.
AARON GIBBS.
Special Com. Cook County Board of Supervisors.
Chicago, March 6.1353. m5-fc3lo-3w
QRAND TRUNK RAILWAY
AND
Montreal Ocean Steamships
FOR LIVERPOOL.
The safest route. Freights shipped In "British Bot
toms.” Insurance lower than via other routes. Mi
WAR BISK,
HATES BEDCCED.
Special dispatch given to ProvUlona. Through BUIS
Ladlngglvcn to Liverpool, lor rates. &c_ applyto
S. T. WEBSTER, Western Gcn'l Agent,
- » pitYDOES 56 Dearborn street.
°3JMaKtag Director. Montreal. C. E. mhT-aSiO-iweod
CTEAMED FRESH OYSTERS.
O Spiced Oysters. Pickled Oysters Roast Meats,
fcuiin’.Gamc, Soups.Tripe,* vesh Fruits. Vegetables,
Jellies, fratsnp*. Sauces, vu every variety, put up
in hbucetioai.lt sealt-o Cass, by FITmAN &
POGUE, at their extensive Farms and Factoir
Briceton, X. J., and for sale by their Sole Agents '
ARCHER & REKVfeS
45 North Water street, and 46 North Delaware Avenue
Philadelphia, Pa. Each can warranted. Send for a
price List, . ft»aw^*a
t
fjtlmbaßi's Crtrart Bucljn.
JJELMEOLD’S
PREPARATION
EXTRACT BUCHU,
PQB KVE TRASS.
BtIBBEB,
DROPSICAL SWELLINGS.
•NEW YORK,
...CHICAGO.
This Medicine increase* the power of Digestion, and
excitca the Absorbents into healthy action, by
which the Watery or Calceroua depositions,
and all unnatural Enlargements are re
duced, as well as Pain and Infiam
motion.
..Boston, Mass,
..Cincinnati, O
...St. Louis. Mo
...Philadelphia
..Detroit, Mich
...New Orleans
.Toronto, C. W
Has cored every case of DIABETES in which it has
been given
Irritation of the Neck, of tbe Bladder,
And Inflammation of tbe EldnCfS.
For these diseases it is indeeda sovereign remedy,
and too much cannot he said in Its praise. A single
dose has been known to relieve the moat urgent symp
tom*. v
Ulceration of the Kidneys and Bind*
der, Detention of Urine, Dlncosm
ortho Prostrate Gland, Stone In
the Bladder, Calculus, Grav
el, Brlckdost Deposit,
AND FOR
Buffalo,
H. Y.
Enfeebled and Dcllcato Constitutions,
ARISING PROS EXCESSES,
Or Habits of Dissipation,
Attended with the following symptoms:
Indisposition to Exertion, Loss of Power.
Loss of Memory. Difficulty of Breathing,
Weak Nerves. Trembling.
Horror Disease. Wakeftilnesa.
TVhnnesß of Ylalon, Pain In the Back.
Hot Hands. Flushing of the Body.
Dryness of the Skin. Eruptions of the Face,
11. B. WILLMAUTH.
Universal Lassitude of the Muscular System.
These symptoms, if allowed to so on. (which this
Medicine Invariably removes.) are frequently followed
by those ** dircftil diseases.”
INSANITY AND CONSUMPTION.
Many are aware oftheca:r« of their suffering, but
cone will confess. The records of the Insane Asylums
and the melancholy dea* ag by Consumption bear am*
pie witness to the tm’Jd of tho assertion.
The Constitution onco Affected IVith
Requires the aid of Medicine to strengthen and Invigo
rate the System. Which HHLMIJOLD’S EXTRACT
BUfHH Invariably docs. A trial will convince the
most skeptical.
FEMALES! FEMALES
IN’ MANY AFFECTIONS PECULIAR TO FB
-3IALEB. the Extract Buchu Is uitcqualed by any
other remedy, a* In Chlorosis or Retention. Irregular*
Itv PalnfUlneus or Suppression of Customary Evacua
tion* Ulcerated or Bchlrrons state of the ;Utenu. and
for au complaints Incident to the sex.
Or In tlie Decline or Change of Life
No Family Should Be Without It!
EXTRACT BUCHU
THE GREAT X>ItJIiEXIC
BLOOD PURIFIER.
EXTRACT BUCHU
Habits of IHsnlpatlon, Excesses, and
Imprudences in Life,
AndltUccrtaintohavethe d (sired effect la Diseases
for which It la recommended.
RESPONSIBLE {AND RELIABLE CHARACTER
Will accompany the Medicine.
“PHYSICIANS” PLEASE NOTICE,
“We Make no secret’ of Ingredients.”
EXTBACT BUCHU
to composed of Berhu Cobebs, Jnnclper Berries 99.
lected with great care by a competent Druggtot Pro
pared In vacu. by 11. T. HHLMBOLD. Practical and
Analytical Cbemtot. and eoio ffiaau&ctarer of
GENUINE PREPARATIONS
Personally appeared before mt an Alderman of the
city of Phflsdeir.hla. H. T. HKi.Atnm.n wbo being
duly sworn, doth say his prspartious contain no nar
cotic, no mercury, or other Injurious dmer.bnt are
purely vegetable. 11. T. HELJIBOLD
Sworn and subscribed before me this 23d day of No
vember. ISM. 'W. P. Hibbakd, Alderman
Ninth street, above Race. Philadelphia.
PRICE ONE DOLLAR PEE BOTTLE,
OE SIX FOE FIVE DOILAES.
Delivered to any address, securely packed from ob-
DEPOT,
104 South Tenth Street,
PHILADELPHIA.
BEWARE OE COUNTERFEITS AND
unprincrpiED dealers,
Dispose ol “their own** and “other” articles on the
reputation attained by
HELMBOILD’S
GENUINE PREPARATIONS!
HEUmOLB’S
GEN UINE EXTRACT BUCHU,
HEUIBOLD’S
GENUINE EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA;
mXHBW.D’S
GEXUISE IMPROVED ROSE-WASH.
-A sic for IlelirCbold’s.
|!F" Cut out the advertisement and send for if mg
The Trade supplied by. and all orders should ho ad*
dressed to
LORD & S MITH
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
GENUINE
COMPOUND FLUID
A positive and specific
E, E I-L En -y
DISEASES OF THE
moneys,
ASS GBAVK1 ‘’
BEUmOLD*S
EYTRAGT BUCHU
HEinBOLD’S
EXTRACT BUCHU,
OF BOTH SEXES.
PALLED COUNTENANCE.
Organic IVeakiiess,
SCB BTJQTOMS ABOV*.
HELMBOLD’S
HELMBOLD’S
CURES ALL DISEASES
ARISING mOW
OF THE BLOOD. 4c.
EVIIDEISTOE
OF 7US MOST
T,—^BOLD’S
HELMBOLD’S
AFFIDAVIT.*
servation.
Address letters for Information.
H. T, HELMBOID, Chemist,
(Belov ChestnaU
WHO ENDKA7OB TO
SOLD BY AH DRUGGISTS,
TAKE KO OTHER!
Rtal (Estate.
FOli SALE—Lot on South Branch
149 feet by 213 feet deep,
tot on Seath Cro ch,irofcet by Is<? feet ouOgden** slip,
iirst-iLu-*o BrickHoa^ebetween in*l My»
»v»'j.ne9, north of Twelfth street.
Also, two first-class Brick House* in the Norik Dirt
*i« t:.
l.'ft f. et on Prairie avenue. north of Rio Grande
•4a feet on Calumet avenue. near Itio Grande.
KK ice*, or Calumet avenue, near Klagola avenue.
Apply to '
A. J. AVEBELt,
mhlP aUS-lw
SI 500 ’ VVTLI ' BUT A nice
HOME tnETanj»ton.only two block*
from the Bauroad Depot, a good house. eout-Uaiiisr
ten rooms, (built lathe bestmle) on a corner lot Utx
214 feet, withagoodbarn andaii fenced. Thepropeny
cost $3/00. Apply tn
mblC-aSU-ltn . h F.I.LKU BROS.,77Dearborn st.
T?OR SALE—“'Wave Land,” Fruit
-1? and Vegetable Garden.-M mile west of the city of
.Inne*vtlle. AVIs. With Industry ami cconorov. my
Garden will pavanettprofllof ft/OOpeeyear. loffer
It for sale at is.CVO. For particular* fpidressO. L. Da
FOEEST.Janesville,Wls, p -j Box 4& mhlOaffiMt
POE SALE.
Forty e‘ght feet, with two small houses, oa Michigan
avenue. North of the Richmond House.
A Lot of about an acre, with House and Barn. o«
the West Side, on Chicago avenae.nenr Mnwaakee-av.
Also—AMockof abonteO Lota. In block at. West
Fide, between Harrison and Tyler, and Rucker and
Troone firetta. For particulars Inquire of
ALONZO BICHTIOXIij
re23ara-x
(^HEAPPROPERTY—House and
“ r " t - il - 2M House
Weft Vtf*,«V «»<1 lot 30 leot front o«
,„4t for «S tMti l>oiun west of IMuUoe
01 Ei ’ ldo,; ' h “ d
JOHN B. KING, .
2d South Water street, foot of Fraakllm,
mUD-
Jj 1 O R SALE.
A PRAIRIE STOCK FARM, '
In Iroquois Conntv. HI, ?0 miles from Chicago, on the
Illinois central Railroad, one mile south of the town of
Gilman, or crowing of the Logansport. Peru A Bur
lington Railroad aid two and a half miles north of ttu»
town of Unarga. Said firm couMsta of SM acres. 150 of
which In order cultivation ; modern bnllthouse, well
flnUhed,witu green blinds, 90x4'. with two wings at
laciied, containing sixteen rooms, besides garrett and
ctlar. Bara Ka feet lone and S3 feet wide; work show
ana wagon t.onse; large cistern and line arttzean well.
T^ e Brands around tne house are well sat with ever-
KT 1 ’- 1 ? trees and also too voang apple trees.
The Jarm t» all fenced, crossed fenced. Ac. There la
also IS acres of woodland lying two andahalf miles
from the house, whlchgses with the place making It
one of the most deslrablo places In the country and
S. m JJV£}. d J°T., lor «*s• For particulars address O,
W. TARBOX, Gilman, Illinois. m4a«U>lw
FOR SALE —A choice Lot on the
Sooth Branch, suitable for a Lumber Yard or a
PORK PACKETS ESTABLISHMENT.
Apply to GEO. M. HIGGINSON, 7 Metropolitan Block,
ahlO-aJM-.tt
Xf'Oß SALE—A Farm in Kendall
-L C«nnty,—N. W.qr.cf Section 27: S.E.qr.ofSeo
tlon 23; Town S3. North Range 7 east. 320 acres. 20i
Improved. Inquire of N. W.Snerrill. or J. B. Alger oq
the premia. 130.000 to loan on city nroparty. Lot
occur led by Doccett. Baaaett ft Hills, for sale.
BATHS ft TOWSLEE. Attoraeya.
fe2s cPM-Im Walker’s Block. Dearborn street.
OiTY residence lots for
BALE. on North Side, near alty limits, price fS.M
per foot. Also, several valuable corner low very cheap.
The shove arc situated within three minutes walk of
the UcrsoC.irs.and offer a rare opportunity for Invest
ment. Apply to Theodore Holbrook. 43 south Clark
Street. fe!6*7llM
FDR SALE—Lands. To all want*
land. irlM ciWflte. THIRTY MILKS south of PhCfc
delphla by railroad. RICH SOIL.
Produces larger Crops,
Twenty acre tracts at from sls to S2O per acre, payable
within four years.
GOOD BUSINESS OPENINGS—GOOD SOCIBTT.
llundredaaresettUngSßdmaklßgtmprovementa. A»*
Fly to CiIAS. K. LANDIS. Bust Master, Vineland.
Timberland County. New Jersey. Letters answered*
Parers containing full laformattom wlllbe sent free.
ae.Vx7SMra
T)EAL ESTATE FOR SALE
_LV fr>o.ooo worth of City Property and Lands,l a
lowa, belonging to the estate of Antoine Le Claire*
deceased.
IN THE CITY OF DAVENPORT.
La Claire Block, of brick, lour stories. SW feet trout,
containing a hotel, two public balls, tea flr»t-cla*i
stores and several offices.
Post Office Block, of brick. 60 feet front, four rtorV
containing the Poet Office, two stores, six offices, a 1
large upper r«oma. The above property U tha n-M
desirable In the city, all leaded, and will bring a la . •
nett laconic on an Investment,
Twenty Brick and Frame Dwelling Houses In d.i
ferent k cation*.
100 choice building lots: one Tot of 17acres adjoint; •.*
tho railroad depot and bridge, fronting on the ML*t
slpp! River; two lot* of 50 acres each, one lot of
acres, one lot of ‘2O acres, and one lot of Iff acres. aT >
the City Limits.
Also. houses and lots, vacant lots and outlets, in 1. *
City of Le Claire. Scott County. _
lfou-*es and lots In lowa CHy. Johnson County,
10 COO acres improved and unimproved fanning land
near the Unc of the Mis*, and Mo. Railroad.
The above proparty l» offered for sale, to close t.n
estate of tho late Antoine Le Claire, at such prices a.
tnn‘t prove a profitable Investment to tha purchasers.
For prices, term* and further particular, apply U
GFO L DAVENPORT. Executor, or JOHN L. COF*
FIN Land Agent. Davenport. lowa. lal. 2tuv.o-_
®opartiursl)qj.
pOPARTKERSHIP.—The under-
V i signed Lave this day formed a co-partnership for
the purpose of doing a General Produce Commission
Business, under the firm name of &
r 0 C. T. WHKKLr.It.
Chicago. March 7th. 1563. V. W. LKONAUD,
tnblO-aUff-Ct J. E. LEONARD.
~YY HEELER, LEONARD & CO.,
cormnssioN itnm chants,
rns. South Water and Wells streets,
Iu the Iron Building (up stairs.) Chicago. HU
Fight Exchange en New York for sale la sums to
Milt. Advance made on nil kinds of Produce la
Store, also os Shipment* East at best rate*.
C, T. Wnxai.gß. f. w. Lxotvauo.
. . Chicago. J. E. Lsosaxo.
mMOaOrS-rm Pekin. ID.
pO-PAKTNERSHIP NOTICE.—
V_7 Thavi* thla dav suwopiated with me lohoslaeA*.
Mr.GEOKGEJ. BRINE. TliO binine«wlll hereafter
be conducted under the firm of ffM. BRINE £ CO.
WM. BRINE.
mlrt-ifTS-lw
Chlcazo, March It*. lSfi3,
pO-PARTNERSHIP NOTICE.—
Vy Toenndersicccd have formed aco-pnrlßershm
under the firm of GOSS 4 PUILLIPS, tad will con
tinue tie business as formerly, by ns.
DANIEL GOSS.
wm. u. puilllts.
mllWßMrb
Chicago. Feb. 28.1563.
f" I ©-PARTNERSHIP NOTICE.
—On the 12th was admitted as a member of
oar firm. WM. .1. POPE' recently and daring the put
six years, with Messrs. Davis, Sawyer 4 Co., of this
city. The name and style of the new firm will b«
SiiiRMAN. HALL & PoPB. after this date:
SHERMAN & UALL. 97 S. Water street
Chicago. Jan.3lst, iSul.
SHERMAN,"HALL JL POPE,
[Successors to Sherman 4 IlalL Established AD. 1357.}
GRAIN - , PRODUCE AND FRUIT
comnnssioN ihebchams,
Warehouse, 97 South Water street, Chicago, DL
Cash advanced on consignments for home or East
ern market* fedzS&Sa
w. r. hikbmaw. j. ». mtu. wx. j. pope.
Legal Not'uts.
"VT OTlCE.—Pursuant to an order
-L\of the Circuit Coart of the United States for tba
Northern District of Ohio, catered December 3d, LW2.
In tbe suit of Charlca Moran and others vs. the Ohio and
Pennsylvania Railroad Company and others, notice
hereby given to the holders of the Bonda and Coup' . •
of the Ohio and Per,n«ylvan!a Railroad Comp.. .
which were sheared by a First Mortgage on that t *.
oftiie Ohio and Pennsylvania Rdlroad east of M
lon. to the holders of the Bonds and Coupons o' »
said Company which were secured bra First Mo ;. .
on that part of said Railroad west of Massillon, a ’ 1 *
the holders of the Flrat.Morrgsge Bonds and •»
of tbe Ohio and Indiana and Fort Wayne and CL:. : >
Railroad companies respectively, that the undersigned
will pay to the parties entitled to receive the asms
upon presentation of the Bonds and Coupons held by
them respectively at the time and place hereinafter
mentioned—the tfiatrlbntlve shares, applicable to sttclt
Bonds «nd Coupons, ofthc proceeds of the sale of tho
PUt-burgh. Fort Wayne and Chicago Railroad under
’ 'eruo of the said Court entcredin aaid suit, Juno
IDth.Wt. Ronde and Conpon? are hereby re-
Holders of »nei. . for the share* of snch pn>-
qtxlred tomakeappl!r*w. • evidence of their rtebt
cccds claimed by them, ana *• 'nd? and Coapona
to receive the same, to present the t*.. ’’ v t'fSLOW
«o held>iy the undersigned at the office fu ... •- Ql !
LAMER & coMPA.sy.in the *
or btforc thefilh dayof April. 1?©.
n.i.TAM b. OGD EV. Receiver.
fol-zTiS-Garwrajc
January SOtb. tß<3.
J'inannaL
MEETING of the bond-
J.TX HOLDERS AND STOCKHOLDERS OF TUB
CHICAGO* ALTON* RAILROAD COMPANT.-No
tlce to Hereby circa that a meeting of tbo Bondholders
and Stockholders of the Chicago and Alton Railroad
Company will be held In the cityol Chicago, at the
Office of the Company, on the first day of April next.
at the hoar cf noon of that day. for the parpose of
electing a Board of Directors of said Company, and
transacting ssch other business ad may be brought bo
them.
J. TT. FOSTER, 1
M.L. STKES, v Commissioner*.
A. C, BADGER >
JOSEPH PRICE. Secretary.
Chicago. Feb, glisex teS-aSTS-lm
TJHODE ISLAND CENTRAL
J-V BANK, RHODE ELAND.—Pursuant to a
tal order of the Supreme Court of the State of Uhoda
Island, the subscriber give* notice that all persona
holding bills of the
RHODE ISLAND CENTRAL BANK,
Mast deposit the same with him at his office. No. IS
TTeybosser street. Providence. R. L, 00 or before the
first day of August. A. D. ls€3, ia order to be entitled
to any dividend that my be declared oat of the asset*
of said Bank.
JASIFS M. CLARKE. Receiver.
Providence. R T.. Jan. 17th. ISG3. feJ-jfJU-G*
Oncational.
■VIABLE WOOD YOUNG LA
-LtX dies- ixstittte. ~,
PITTSFIELD, 3IASS.,
ComirenCM it* tlth semi-annual .session April it
add.* to 113 well known literary advantages rare fcclil
tlCi* lor appropriate gvmrastic c:i.f jire. .VJlredS Bar.
C. V. SPEAK. the Principal. for circulars.
ffNaSIl-Jrawd
TVESTEKX OTION“ COLLEGE
V t \vd vn-rTAnr academy. Fn.ios.TLL.
—The Second Session of the current school year will
onco on the 2?th of January. 18C3jVrlth the usual Col
frtSt“nd .tcatemlr Ctosaea The highest ebua ot
advantages for thorough Uavlcal, Scientific and Mill*
tarr Education are here ol.ored, A full corps of ex
perienced Frult-sacrs are In charge of the various do*
partments.
Particular Attention paid to Physical Culture.
The College ha? the finest School Buildings la tha
°«tfi: fiio.ceo.i an ample and attrac
tive Midtary Park, a well tarnished Armory, a Gymna
sium. and many other advantage;* which should claim
the attention ofpareits. A thomagldv educa*od offi
cer (Major M w. Smith, late of the U. S Army.) will
Instruct In all departments of Military Science. Codecs
dress in blue nnlxorm. and military discipline and or
der la enforced. C-tdets from abroad board at tha
same table with the Faculty. Terms. SISO per school
year, payable Quarterly In advance, Pupils received
at any time, and charged from date of entry. For Cir
culars address Cob D, S. COVFKT. President.
Fulton. 111.. January Eth. fgji oaxMm
©roorlta.
{THA HLF. CHESTS TEAS.—A
U v V fan assortment of new crop Greens and
Blacks,embracing all grades of Young upon, Hy*oa
Skin. Gunpowder. Imperial, Twankay. Oolong. <»< L.
± BASKET^
71 South Water street.
ernn BAGS COFFEE.—Rio,Mar-
UV v scalbo and Costa Rica, Ulr to prime, rat*
KH TONS TOBACCO—Of reliable
yU .Undirf Kentnctr brao.U, u
OKH HHDS. NEW ORLEANS
twMlobr JMiwws.* BSWhTTWtUBtt.

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