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JODIX'E WATER.
Coneairptlon. Rheumatism, Ncupa’gli,
Mercurial Disc*«•*. a*>l all those d'.stmsln s andafflict
ing maladies which ar.*e from an enfeebled, vitiate!
stated the blood,defective nutrition, an Impure at*
BI>>FI-hCIC. Ac.
Its pprulncaess as a pure solntion and 1U excellence
n« a rrcdlcl: c a*c altrsted by each distinguished oam?a
;rfl)r. J-11. riilllon, Pro f . I. n. Parker, Prcf. J. C.
i:ow.!i. and others equally well known to t-clencc.
41 per bottle.
DR. H. ANDERS & CO..
Physicians and Chemists, 4iS Broadway. N. Y.
BLISS & SHARP,
141 Lake street. Chicago. Ph
For sale by
•;-8 cMT-Tm
lAR. JAMES, (formerly of How
Orleans.) whose unrivalled sacccsslatbetrcat
went of Chronic. Mercurial, Blood, and other disease*.
THAT REQUIRE SKILLFUL TREATMENT,
Das permanently located himself *t £* Randolph,
vtrcct, Chicago. Dr. James Is recommended by the me
clcal faculty, and the almost entire press of the South.
Thousands of unfortunate* bless Dr. JAMES, who,
but for him. would bs living a miserable exist-
M cnvUhlerrpot-tlocDr.Jamescajojafroai
lie Lake* u* Hie GuIC I** th# rcaali of years of study
and observation.
Dr. James uses no Mercury. lodide. Fotasstl, Arsenic
<r fanararilla. 13 lh ® treatment of blood diseases
but aceut-allzer, wld.hls a positive cure.
Organic Weakness cured by a new and Infallible
method. saving botj! time and expense.
Office and parlors at .SO Randolph street, (np-stalra.)’
Office hour? Loin 9 A. M. until 8 P. M.
CONSULTATIONS INVIOLABLE.
irbSl-l*Cl-«Di
OTHERS! MOTHERS!!
IDL MOTUEns !!! ■
Don’t fall to procure
MRS. WINSLOWS SOOTHING SYRUP FOR CQIU
BURN TEETHING.
Ts.l.»valnwble preparation Is the prescription of one
pf the must experienced and skllllol Nurse* la New
England, and nac been used with never falling success
In thousands of cases.
It net only relieves the child from pain, bnt lavigo
ratcitbc stamach and bowels, eorricts acidity, and
Clvea toce and energy to the whole system. It will al
cost Instantly rcllcte
BRIBING IK THE BOWELS AND WIND COLIC.
And overcome Convulsloi *, w.:jch. If m*t speedily
remedied, tnd in d'-sth. ive believe it Thebe«t and
inrcst remed vln the world. In ad reses of DYSENTERY
and DIARRHEA IN CHILDREN, whether »«Ulng
from TreUUng or from any «-t..cr cause.
Full direction? foruslnu kill acc»rupair each b.Jttle.
None genuine unless Uie lac simile of C Cll f IS & PER
KINS. New York, u on me outside wrapper,
Fold by all Medicine Dealers.
Principal Office, 48 Dey streer. New York.
Prick only a Cun rxs Uoxtls.
fe2C-a24G-8m
CARD TO THE LADIES.—AII
rnmtlOTisof the Skin, f’hlororis.tpreea slckne*>)
Ncr Ton.- ra:pl?atlO':s. Palau In the SI !«•. Induration? or
Fleers oj Uie nock of the Womb Falling of the Womb.
Tnmorsol the Ab'lomc-. Dln cnulc* and Obstructions
t-f the Monthly period. Whites, and other dl*cuargej
IrvariuVv cured bv McdicaL HLccrrrcrrv. Dr.
THUS. MACKINNIi’ EK-ctro-Medical Institute IH6
street, two doors east of Wells. Chicato. Post
OJUce BoxSTT. tnhli-bMMtn
TBE CONFESSION’S AND EX
X PPEIOEKCE OF A
WEKVOt:S I2VTAUI>.
ratilbhrd for the benefit and u a caution to young
<ren a:d o.Persalio sutler from Nervous Deui"ty.
Early L«.eay n;.d thdr kindred ailments—supplying
i'.it: inean«uf>-elf care. llv«»ne who has cared lilmseu
trerheh.j; u vp-Um of mfsplseed confidence In mcil
eal humbug ard quackery. Uy enc'.odlng a post paid
directed envi-lop. “Ingle copies may be bad of the
author. NATHANIEL MAYFAIR, LsQ. Bedford.
King* county. New York. Ja-iQ ztsa-Sm
TMPOKTANT TO FEMALES.
A. Dr. Checscmac 'splits.
The combination of Ingredients In these Phis are the
result of a lone and cxtcnslxe practice. Tucy are mild
m t' clr opcmtToa. and certain In correcting all Irregu
larities. Mcnstrnatbms. removing all obstnic
Uone. whet! cr from co'd or «thcrw|<c. headache, pain
•n me hiiie.ji&’.t Ration oftbe heart, wnttes. all nervous
affect! ms. SjvteHu. I'atls'ic. pain In the back and limbi.
Sc.. dL-turbed flecp, which arhc from Interruption of
nature.
DB. CHEESE3IAN?S PILLS
fTa* the commencement ol a new era la the treatment
of thche Irregularities sad obstructions which have
consigned so many to a pni;ii*TfE£ orate. No female
can enjoy good health nnle<* she U regular, and when
aver an obstruction take* place t'.e geVeral health be
Sineo to decline
DB. CHEESHIKAN’S PILLS
4TC the DM effectual remedy ever known for all coa
slaints peculiar to To all classes they are
invaluable. ixm’Ciso. with pebiodioaL
bxoclaeitt. They are known to thousands. who have
ased them at different periods.throughout thecountT.
having the sanction of eotne of moot eminent
Physicians is Amkrica.
FOTBE vsu>. wltn each ilox-tiie Pruett OnhDullab
prtt Fox. containing from M to W Pills.
Pilli, f-ent by mall, proruptlj*. by remlttlugto the Agent
C Lake meet. Sold r.V Duvooists generally.
Cr~ F'*'d la Chicago at tnanuiactor'e price by LOUD
t SMITH. aplil-lyr
r PHE GOOD SAMARITAN
JL positively cures Consumption, and all diseases
leading to It. Call or stale your case by letter, with
stamp. Advice free. Delay Is dangerous If you are
diseased. Tbirty-oae yea's practice and experience.
Ko calomel or mercury used. Medicine* sent bv mall
tr expresi. Office ana Laboratory 2UI-8 South Clark
street. Chicago. Post Office Box 77. . „ _
dels yMO-Sm DB.PKABODY.
J)IPTIIERIA! DIPTHERIA!!
Hiatt's Dlptberla Cure. Guaranteed to err.kin all
oases, on the money urfcndku. The trade supplied
by Lord A Smith. Wholesale Druggists. 23 Lake street,
Chicago. fe23 aSSI-Sra
JMTNDON EVE AND EAR
INFIUMART,
Comer Randolph and Dearborn streets, Chicago, m.
B. P. REYNOLDS. M D„ V. D. M-Oculist and Aurlst
Of tLc Loyal Optt.alnilc Hoi-pitvl, Loncoa.aml
ol the fnivcrslty College. London.
Dr. Reynolds wM warrant every c-ise where the
organ* arc perfect In fun. alton. Mtrgical operations
pi m,t! artificial eyes l.i?crt-d lu the most skill
tu] aiidsrietitiac niaaner. Citt Rcfkkenoks:—!*«▼.
W. W. Patten. Rev. Mosea ■Williams, Kc*. Hobert Pat
terson. D. D. m!i2S l)T15-4w
CARD
Deafness and Blindness.
DR UNDER TOCD.Octdl* a:.fl Anr*.*t. Operative
Burgcoa. 121 Randolph street. iu-ar thcShcnuaa House,
Cm ca go, Illinois.
Dr TT hasficvotidiit!-rrofc-*! .naHlfetoOphthakclc
and Aural Medicine flr.dSargerr.and receives monthly
£lttVcnewnndliigfcnt“U- Instrument- and apparatus
and the different imvivs of treatment used far t!m re
ilef and emeof thcim afflictions In all the Ophthalmic
and Aural Hospitals and lufirmsrlea of London, Paris
Berlin aad Vienna. He performs all the approved
ancient and nu-dCTi operations for Dcafies®. Caupict.
Artificial Pupil, Cro-s Kvc, Kutroplom. Ectroplum
Staphyloma. Fistula LachrymslK and the removal ol
tumors, wens and spunons growths of every descrip
Hon. Artificial Eyra and Ear-Drums Inserted, aud
examlsaUcns with tho Ophthalmoscope
lurlscopo Oto.«cope, Pharyngoscope and Ophthalmic
Mtcroecope Instnnneats and machinery tnat biUUant’.y
UIQ:-.ln»te?bc whole exterior, interior and postenoi
parts of the Eye and Ear. the- revealing the cause aud
nature of manv diseases of the eye and ear that have
jtUierlo been thought forever hidden In darkness and
•impenetrable obscurity. mh!2 b’Ma
B~ ATCHELOR’S HAIR DYE.
The beet to the world.
WILLIAM A. BATCHELOR'S
Celebrated Hair Dye produce* a color not tohedi*-
ttnculßhed iron* nature—warranted not to Injure tbe
balrln the least; remedies theUl effect* ofbad aye*,
and Invigorate* the ha'r for Ufa.
GEET, BED, OB BUSTY T7ATR
Inrtar-tlv rams a splendid Black or Browa leaving the
tairsoit and hcsuliftil.. hv all Druggist*. &c.
is signed William A. Batchelor OB
Hie four sides of each box. Factory. SI Barclay-*!.,
Few Tork, (late 233 Broadway and Ift Uond.)Jyt> 8.(J71y
Electro- medical insti
tute.
DR, TBOBAS 3IACKINNIS,
of the Universities of Paris and Edinburgh, has e«tab-
Ushed the above Institute for the treatment of all
Chronic <li>ca*c* bv the aid of Medical Electricity.
This powerful remedy c.fiea times succwuds when or
dinary medical means are of no avail.
Mealcal Electricity wh» n properly applied I?almost ;
an unfailing remedial agent. In di«ea*e-*of the Head i
and Ferrous system—such as Headaches, Ftiuralgia. j
Epilepsy. Paralysis rhorca. Convulsions, and la dis
eases ol the Eye and Ear.
Medical Electricity Is applied with remarkable suc
cess in diseases ol the Threat and Respiratory organ*.
In ChronlcSoreThroat.Knliirged Tonsil*. In Goitre.ln
Loss of Voice. In Laryngitis, and Chronic Coughs and
A«hm*.
Medical Electricity Invariably relieves tbe worst
forms of Chronic Dlarrahca, Dyseatcrv, Piles, and
bloody discharges from the bowels.
Medical Elecirtcltv U verv advantageous In diseases
of the Bladder and Urinary organs. In Incontinence of
Urine. Arc., and In Seminal Weakness and General
Prostration It never fall* to work marvellous results.
r.hcumatlsm ol the worst kind* and all species of
Muscular Contraction* permanently relieved.
In the Disease* of Women. Mtdtcal Electricity Is In
contestably the most efficacious acent we have. In
Eruptionscn tbe Skln.lu chlorosis, ('or green sickness)
In Ferrous Palpltatloi *. Pains tn the hide, in Indura
tion* or Ulcer* of the neck of the Womb. In Falling of
the Womb. In Tumors ofthe Abdomen.ln all difficul
ties and obstructions ot the Monthlv period, and la
Whiles or other discharges. Medical Electricity L* uni
formly *uc«-'**-ful. Kre- rh and German spoken. Hlcc
tro-Medlral Ini-tilnte ISfil-ake street, two doors cast of
Wells, Chicago. Post Office DozSCT. Chicago.
mUUbU'-lra
Q ATABIIUI CATARRH!
Dr. Scelej'a Liquid Catarrh Bemcdf,
A sure cure for
Catarrh or Cold in the Head.
It Is easts? to cure Catarrh than Consumption, and by
raring the Cm we prevent the latter, Personsshould
understand that the belter way to cure consumption If
Vo prevent It.
The symptoms of Catarrh, at they generallr appear,
sre at first ve-y slight. Pernor* find they have a cold
and Cad thatthey have frequent attacks, and are more
sensitive to the changes of temperature. In this con
dition, the nose may l.e dir. or a sligut discharge fda
and acrid, afterwards becoming thick and tdnesive
As the disease becomes chronic the discharges are In
creased Is quantity, and changed is quality; they are
cow thick and heavy, and are ether got nd ol by blow
l«p the nose, or else they tail into the throat and are
hawked or torched off. The seerrtions are offensive
tansing a bad breath: the voice Is thick and nasal; the
eve* are weak, the sense of smell is lessened or de
stroyed ; deafness frequency lakes Place.
By the aid of the LIQUID CATARRH REMEDY, all
Chose symptoms can be cCcctua’.ly removed.
J*rlce of U e t'atarrh Remedy. ?2,9o—sufficient foruse
one mouth, with 101 l and clear (LtccCols, sent by ex
press.
Office, 182 South Clark Street, (Up Stain.)
Address Dr. D. 11. SHELVE.
*>cU-Tlss&a pogt Office Itoi 4551, Cbicaco. in.
\VE CHALLENGE THE
T * "WORLD to produce a preparation *o eminent
ly harmless. fco generally approved. aud so perfect In
Ha operation, as
• ciasTADono*s hair dye-
It corrects the Injurious efleers of other dyes lavlgo
rotes- the Hair Is applied In a simple ■maner. operate*
Instantaneously, docs not stain tae skin, ana lis tints
are the counterfeit* of Nature.
Manufactured by J. CRISTADORO, C Astor Route
New York, Sold everywhere. and applied by all Hair
Dressers,
Price VI.W. ?1.5f and f3.CO per box. according to size.
Cristadoro's Hair Preservative Is Invaluable wltu his
Dre, a* It imparts the utmost sottoeM. the most beau
tiful gloss. and great rltelitv to the Hair
. Price, so cents, f and fl.oo nor bottle, according
to sire. mhia-bss-lm
Lake view water cure
and hygiene house,
■On the Nonb side. 4 .v miles from the Court House
_ Chicago, Illinois.
Chronic ,n —th* West for the treatment ol
fiwSulh . The only place West where the
filTS* Dc*ornl’s2'k n , rp , u l^ Teo r ° r u,e cure of Par-
Dyspepsia. I .‘-m.f* DISb u !^. ato A r^ L!Ter Com^Mnt.
n^Ke?gew£^^ cl^J t e » , '''B»*l*s. and all useful
GILLET *’ox orapplytoDr.J.B.
oases In lb' 1 city or couLtryf 11 ' attend
TTENOSHA Water cure of
Varieties of IVater Treatment;
ALSO. TAPER BATH?. DRT, MOIST. MBDICATFW
akd GALVANIC.
And Is In charge of Hydropathic and nomeonatWe
physician* of experience and skliL
For farther tnfannalion *pn;y to C. P.REED. XLD
or MRS. A. 11. KKKD, rbvuaans. -
Kenosha,isci. aptc33-steod
r PHROAT AND LUNG DIS-
I EASES.—Approvedand Infallible Core by Inraf
nation of recedla'powders. Dr. It. SEGNITZ. No.
» Broadway corner ISth street. New York. Letters
fnH dtacripuon ol the dUoase will bo
promptly answered by inclosing |slbo.ia4-a7SI-Smeo4
Jnsnranct.
pT OF APRIL, 1803.
FHCESIX
INSURANCE • COMPANY,
OF H.IBTFOKD, COSX.
Cash Capital, 8400,000.03
Cash Assets, 580,167.98
liabilities, 27,698,85
Insurance way be eUccled with this sterling old
Company, on advantageous terms, by application to
any of Its authorized Agents, In all piinclpal cities
and towns.
BRANCH:
S3 Tt'cnt Third street, Cincinnati.
EUBEAED & HUNT, Agents,
CHICAGO, ILI.
ep’OcSir-irt
FIKE, MAISIXE AT,» 1.2FJ3
INSURANCE AGENTS.
Office, No. 150 South Water St.,
DOLE’S BUILD H?G, CHICAGO, ILL.
T. L. MILLER, - - - 11. B. WILLMAETIL
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF NEW YORK.
PROVIDENCE WASHINGTON INS. CO.,
Of Providence, R.I„ Chartered !Tj3.
ARCTIC TIRE INSURANCE CO.,
OF NEW YORK.
CITIZENS’ ITEE INSURANCE CO.,
dr NEW YORK.
GERMANIA TIRE INSURANCE CD.,
OF NEW YORK,
ADRIATIC TIRE INSURANCE CO.,
OF NEW YORK,
HAMPDEN FIRE INSURANCE CO.,
OK WRING FIELD MASS.
MANHATTAN LIFE INSURANCE CO.,
OF NEW YORK.
VHf No Charge for Stamps on Policies*
Jail-kJtfi-ly
Howard INSURANCE CO.,
FEW VOIIK,
Chartered 1825, Capital, $250,000,
■With a large surplus.
apT-cIPS-ltn T. F PHILLIPS. Agent, 51 Lake stresf.
3? H
PAPER HANBINBS,
WHOLESALE AND EE TAIL.
B. F. CEASE & 00.,
109 RANDOLPH STSEET. 109
Trade supplied at Lowest Cash Prices.
PAPIE OMfIINOS
At New York Prices.
E, &, X. FAXOJV,
70 Lake Street, Chicago.
Wholesale aad Retail Dealer tn
IEEUCH AND AMERICAS’
PAPER HANGINGS,
Gold and Velvet Decorations, Hand
Prints. Maclime Satins, White
and Dark Blanks, Borders,
Fire Screens, etc., etc.
WINDOW PAPERS,
Gold and Common Muslins, ’and Oil Shades
Hollands, Cords and Tassels, Putnam and
Pendulum CURTAIN FIXTURES.
BEDDING
WAREHOUSE,
70 Lake Street, 70
Portable Spring Mattress,
Curled Hair, Short Hair, Husk, Excelsior and
Sea Grass Mattresses*
Feather Beds, Roisters and Pillows,
Blankets, Comforts, White Jk Colored
Bed Spreads, Sheets and Pillow Slips*
ALSO.
Cui-tain Cornices,
Curtain Bands Hoops and Loops.
E. G. L. FAXON,
70 Lake St., Chicago.
TO
Cabinet Makers & Upholsterers.
Curled Hair. Rack's Excelrior, Tow. Twine. Springs.
Burlaps. Ac.. AT WHOLESALE.
The Highest Price Paid for LIVE
GEESE PEATHEES.
E. G. L FAXON,
70 Lake St, Chicago, 111.
POST OFFICE BOX SOW.
jßnsmcss darts.
J. C. DEAN,
DENTIST,
41 Clark street, (nearly opposite Sherman HonseJ
ciulT.hgM ita Chicago, in.
■p'KOCU WOODS,
(Successor to CRAS. A EATON.)
180 LIES STREET,
DEAUts nt
Cons, Sporting Apparatus, Pishing
Tackle, Platols, llovrlo Katvcs,
AND MILITARY GOODS,
Powder and Shot.
ft?n=oJ& HOLESALE AND BETAIt.
J£RNEST TRUSSING,
BEIL ESTATE AGENT,
O Larmon Bloch, Chicago, Illinois.
Loans negotiated on real estate security. jyl sWS-y
GO TO McGINLEY’S, 73 La
falle street, and get all your
Gas Fitting and IPlnmblng Work
Bone.
All order* from the country win receive prompt at
tention. Allwo*k warranted mblibt'Slm
T OTTERIES.—John A. Morris
Li & Co.’s De’awane State Lottery will be drawn U
WUxukjgt-iu. Delaware, _
Every Wednesday and Saturday
During lb* year. Prizes range from sl# to *sa>S. Foe
Circulars or Tickets address A. J, BACHB,
BitSt7-bCPMSt * 16!> Broadway. M. V.
NJIGHT SCAVENGER.—CharIes
Kop* »P1 attend to tte cleaning ot Vaults. Prir-
of offensive matter of all de«crip
tlor.s.spoiled meats,dead animals. Ac . Ac RalnwatO
and pnrlccd. All work attended to
Cljlcago tribune.
SATURDAY, APRIL 11,1803.
“ YE COPPERHEAD.”
[The fol’owfng was s-nl ns by Thos. F. Fitzwil
liain, of the llojud *.*: Trade lottery. J:: the let
ter flccompm-ylug It,Lesays; “Thceocg enprejsos
the sentiment* of not only every member of the
Pottery, bat of every soldier of the Ara>yof tin:
Cumberland, with regard to Copperheads. » * I
was glad to hear of the result of the Rhode Island
election. That’s the way to do It. Lelthcloy.il
people of the Northern States squelch the Copper
heads this summer, and you may depend upon It
that the soldiers will squelch the rebels. It la the
Northern traitors who have encouraged the South
ern rebels to held out as long as they hare; and
they will continue to encourage them as long as
they have the power. Of all li:e mean, despicable
whelps In the world, I think they are the meanest.
I hope the Northern people will put strong war
men in to fill the offices this spring. If theydo so.
I expect to go home next fall; if they do not, I ex
pect to stay hero three years.’’]
A venomous serpent—head thick, nock contract
ed, t;iil short—jtrt-fcrs dirk and moist placed—
gives no warning of its provimtty—feeds on
mice, email budp, &c., and seldom attacks mm
sr slow mid clnnu-y in its motions, and a very
slight blow suffices to kill it—lt Is also called
‘chunkhiad,’”
r.T ONE OF ABRAUAM’s CHOSEN CHILDREN.
Fellow-soldiers of the Cumberland,loyal, brave and
trre.
Who have left your Northern firesides Southern
traitors to subdue.
Let’s Mnd homo for a ” Copperhead,’’ a regular
blatant mss.
And the beauties of a soldier’s life make him share
with ua.
YVc’ll put him in a“pup tent,” with the cold ground
lor bit* bed.
With ru rubber blanket underneath, no “‘govern
ment" overhead;
Let him shiver there till morning, sleepless and in
pain.
And each succeeding night sbonld he the same
thing do again.
At breakfast time no dainty dish his appetite
would tempt.
For from tuch little luxuries most soldiers are ex
empt.
‘•Sow-bull" should he breakfast lon, rusty, poor
and blm k.
Acccmpnuit-d by coffee weak and miserable ‘“hard
talk."
Tlien preparation quickly make, get everything in
trim,
Minh him off on picket, and “pick
at" him.
May every Rush a rci»cl seem, strange sounds sa*
- lute hie « are.
And all he i cea and all he hears hut serve to wake
his fears.
Let him “slosh** lotmd Ehoclcsa In the mud, into
i.uddk-s fall.
And always late to dinner, also at bugle c-ill:
M hilt- shivering ront.d the camp fire may he barn
hie boots and clothes,
Maythf smoke blow always In bis eyes and curl
stinging up his nose.
Slay lie tlx months without money be, and no
trusting hiiil< r *bo»t.
And should he get his canteen filled, may it soaio
how all leak out.
Slay he never have a postage stamp, and for his
aching jaw
Of tol arco not quite lialf enough for even half a
chaw 1
Forced man-lies may he have to mate, In rain and
enow and mud.
The (’r.vlng rain Li? clothing soak, end chill wiud
freeze hit- blood;
And that tin* beauties of n march he might the bet
ter sec.
Rheumatic tw logos all day hare, and the chronic
diarrhea.
From Nashville down to Huntsville, the coming
summer days.
Let him •* hoof It ** on the dusty pike beneath the
sun's hot rays—
Hie feet with blisters covered, bis limbs all weak
and lame.
And I guess he'll think a soldier's life is anything
hut tame.
Infested may his clothing be with nil the little fry
That the soil of Alabama can to abundantly sup
ply;
Have all his dirty shirts to wash In water scant and
black.
“ Shifth sa" and l-y weeks to go—no clean rags to
his buck.
And when the conflict rages fierce keep him always
in the front.
Let him feel, besides exposure, the battle's fiercest
brunt;
Let “mlnifs** whistle round his head—shrieking
shell burst near.
Let him keenly feel tbo agonies which alone the
guilty fear.
And finally in a hospital, mlnns a leg or so—
Somewhat emaciated and most dcadfully low—
We'll lay what’s left of "Copperhead 1 ’ tipoua dirty
bunk.
To regain his wasted energies on weak tea and
tough “junk.”
To the call of Uncle Abraham wc cheerfully all
flew—
Severed the ties which bound our heart®, bade
cherished one.- adieu.
And wc will not brook the insults which arc heap
ed upon our heads
Ry the trait'rous Northern cowards,*the slimy
“ Copperheads."
Tlic Ccstrunjon or Jaclison-
vlUe.
tCorrospomlomc N. T. Tribune.]
Jacksonville, Fla., March 23, IS:*3.
. JackEonville is in ruins. That beautifal
city, which has been for so many years the
fuvoiitu resort for hivuluU frmn *1»«
has to-day been burned to the ground, and,
what is sad to record, by the soldiers of the
National army. Scarcely a mansion, a cot
tage, a negro hut, ora warehouse remains.
The long lines of magnificent oaks, green
•and beautiful, with the thickest foliage, the
orange groves perfuming the air with their
blossoms, tho sycamores, the old century
plants adorning every garden, the palmetto
sind bayonet trees, ever tropical in verdure,
the rose and the jessamine—all that at this
sesison, indeed, I might say through all sea
sons, has made Jacksonville a little Eden,
has been burned, and scorched, and crisped,
if not entirely consumed to ashes, by the de
vouring flames.
lam now willing on the deck of the fine
transport ship, the Boston. Three gunboats
—the Paul Jones, the Norwich, and the John
Adams—arc lying out in the river, with guns
shotted, ready to fire the moment a rebel ap-
J tears in sight. The transport vessels—the
loston, the Delavan, the Gen. Slclgs, the Til
lie, and the Cossack—are at the wharves,
filled with troops. All are on board, except
about 200 of the filh Connecticut* who are on
nickel duty. Three blank shots from the
I’aul Jones have just been tired, as a signal for
them to come in.
From this upper deck tbe scene presented
to the spectator Is one of the most fearful
magnificence. On every side, irom cverv
quarter of the city, dense clouds of black
smoke and flame are bursting through the
mansions and warehouses. A line south wind
is blowing immense blazing cinders right into
the heart of the city. The beautiful Spanish
moss, drooping so gracefully from the long
avenues of splendid old oaks has caught fire,
and as far as the eye can reach through these
once pleasant .streets, nothing but sheets of
flame can be seen running up with the rapidity
of lightning to the tops of the trees and then
darting off to the smallest branches.
The whole city, mansions, warehouses,
trees, shrubbery, and orange groves; all that
refined taste and art through manv years have
made beautiful and atlracive, arc being lap
ped up and devoured by this howling Ikry
blast. One solitary woman, a horse lied to
a fence between two fires, and a lean, half
starved dog, are the only living inhabitants to
be seen on tbe etree's. Fifty fluniUcs, most
of them professing Union sentiments, have
been taken on board of the transports and
provided with such accommodations as the
tubs will afford. I send a list herewith. Some
of them have been able to save a bed and a
few chairs, hut motf of them have nothing in
the world but the clothes upon their backs.
Is not this war, vindictive, unrelenting
war? Have wc not gotten up to the Euro
pean standard ?
Ycsteidaythe beautiful little cotUgcuscd
as the Catholic parsonage, together with the
church, was fired by some of inc soldiers, and
In a short time burned to the ground. Before
tbe flames had fairly reached tbe church the
soldiers burst open the doors and commenced
sacking it of everything ol value. The organ
was in a moment torn to strips, and almost
every soldier who came out seemed to be cel
ebrating the occasion by blowing through an
organ pipe.
To-day the same scene was repeated, onlv
upon a much grander scale. There must have
been some understanding among the incendi
aries with regard to the conflagration. At S
o'clock the flames bur»t Irom several build
ings in different parts of the clty,andata later
hour still more were fired. Tnc wind then
r« se to a still* gale, and the torch of the in
cendiary became unnecessary to increase the
fire.
Tbe only mansions of any value loft stand
inj'aa we|move down the river, arc tbe elegant
mansions of Col. Sanderson and Judije Bur
riit, both rebels and scoundrel* of the deep
est dye.
Experiments on Iron Targets.
In the London papers of ilie itli ultimo, we
find reports of further experiments made in
tiring at iion targets, with Whitworth and
Armstrong projectiles. The target used,
which is known a» Captain InglU' shield, con
sisted of double slabs of wrought-iron, placed
transvcrsily, with an embrasure in the center.
TothcUft*of this they were eight and five
inches thick respectively, and to the right
seven and live inches; the whole being bolted
on to an iron backing by massive boils, and
supported by wrought-iron struts. The num
ber of shots tired ut it was only seven, In con
sequence of the difficulty in obtaining clear
sea room.
Tlie firct was irom a Whitworth 7-lnch rauz
zle-loadiug rille-gun, throwing a 129-pouud
shot. This was loaded with 25 pounds of
powder, and allat-headed, hardened projectile.
On striking the left side of the target, it emit
ted a sheet of llame, the head of the shot bury
ing iit-clf in the metal, and the remainder
breaking into fragments. It is supposed to
have made an indention four or live inches In
depth. The next shot was from an Armstrong
gun, which was a smooih-borcd, 100 pouuder,
having the same charge ol powder, and spher
ical ball, with a velocity of 1,409 feet per sec
ond, while the Whitworth was only 1,240.
This shot made a circular dent about 2 1 2 in
ches deep, cracked one of the inner plates,
knocked off a bolt head, and shook the whole
target quite roughly, but not sufficiently so
to damage it tor fu'urc sendee.
Number three was from a 300-pounder Arm
btronggun, rifled on what is called the Ahuni
principle—that is to say, though the shot en
ters easily by the muzzle down one series of
grooves, it is shunted into another scries,
along which it passes when discharged- The
was 191-2 inches In length and weighed
pounds, having a charge of 45 pounds of
powder, which sent it with a velocity of 1,150
leetper second, shook the target, cracked an
outer plate; but otherwise InSlcted no dam
age.
4 f tr * a * made with what is
called the Thomas gun, which la rifled on a
peculiar principle. The weight of metal
thrown, was 151 pounds of wrought iron, with
25 pounds of powder, The tall oa striking,
doubled up like a cauliflower, after making an
indention like the 100-pounder. Another
Whitworth was then fired, without producing
effects worth mentioning. The huge Arm
strong gun was nest brought to bear, with a
solid shot of 306 pounds, and a charge of 45
pounds. The mUslle injured the target con
sidcraby, and sent its fragments of cast-iron
fljing through the air with a tremendous roar.
Some of the outer plates were broken in fresh
places, and several bolts were broken or dis
lodged. Ou a second trial of the Thomas
gun, loaded with with a s.ccl shot, it burst
Into fragments,
Dow long the victory would have remained
with the target, had the firing been kept up,
ean notbcallirmcd; but so far it was complete,
only the outer skin having sufferd from the
heaviest ai till' ry that could be brought to bear
upon it. Events shortly to take place on our
Sou'hein coast will however, afford a much
more reliable practical test of iron armor than
any number of trials upon stationary targets.
True Courage.
A little druiiiuier boy in one of our regi
ments, who had become a great favorite with
many of the officers, by his unremitting good
nature, happened ou one occasion to be in the
officers tent when the bane of the soldier’s
life passed around. A captain handed a glass
to the little fellow, but lie refused it, saying,
“lam a cadet of temperance, and do not taste
strong drink.”
“But yon must lake some now. I insist on
it. You belong to our mess to-day, and can
not refus-e.” Still the boy stood linn on the
rock of total abstinence, and held Cist to his
integrity.
The captain,turning to the Major, said:—
“II is afraid to drink; he will never
make a soldier.”
“How is this?”-said the Major playfully;
and then assuming another tone, added : “ I
command you to taken drink, and you know
it is death to disobey orders.”
The little hero, raising his young form to
its full height, and fixing his clear blue eyes,
lit up with unusual brilliancy, on the face of
the ofllcer, said: “ Sir, my Cither died a drunk
ard; and when I entered the army I promised
my dear mother, on my bended knees, that by
the help of God I would uot taste a drop of
rum, smd I mean to keep mr promise. lam
soi ry to disobey yonr orders, sir; but I would
rather suffer tbau disgrace my mother, and
break my temperance pledge.”
The little drummer toy is now a wounded
sufferer in the hospital at TVest Philadelphia,
doiumissioii jKmfyunts.
WD. HOUGIITELING,
• (Successor to Williams & lloaghtellag.)
PEODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANT,
3101-2 Water street, Chicago, Illinois.
Jaflygn-Stn
ALBERT JIORBE & (JO.,
PRODUCH
COJimSSIO.V IHERCItVSTS,
Ko. 160 South VTutcr street, (Alkea’a UulMlrr
. Chicago. Illinois.
Cosiness coniiued strictly to CommWlon ji
(iUl2rt[tS ivj
coitoxissxon itreßCHiNi-s,
139 South Water street. Chicago. 111. Liberal .ul vanccs
mndc on property in stoa*. ItKFitneNCSSr—roolcy
rartvcll & t 0.. G. C. Cook A Co.. Gray. I’Jmljis A Co.
C3A9. n. Kakwkll. In;y2| :S3T iy| hulOn v..r.vri-TT
JgREITHAUPT & WILSOX,
Importers snd Commission Jlcrcliants,
27 Heaver street. New York. P-c?t attention given to
Consignment «’l Domestic Produtife. niMG br.»3;u
TOJJK AV. CASEY,
tl BKN’ER \ L
commission hiekciivnt,
212 .South Water street. corner of Franklin, t.onm C,
Chicago. HI.
Rrfeks to C. T. Wheeler. Esq.. George Steel & Co,.
Flint & Thompson, Munn & Scott. Joseph T. Ryer
&QD. Esq.. Chicago. 111. inuUbTMm
TODD, DEXTER & CO.,
X GENERAL
commission jiercha^ts,
ill south Water sr.. Chic-tgo.IU,
JAXIE67ODD, VV.W.DEXTEU. lIAUTWZLLLINOOLX
M. BRINE & GO.,
commission merchants,
IS2 South. ‘Water street.
CHICAGO, ILL.
Liberal advance* made on consignments of Produce
to he sold here or In New York,
Wm.Cbikb, New York. Gpo, J. Brine, Chicago
Lemon & co.,
PRODUCE AND GENERAL
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
11 Dole’s Building, corner Clark and South Water at?.
Chicago. 111. P. ». Bor 1000. mhS-aSig-liu
MLUNCt,
• PI’ODFCR
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
iC Comml-dorer lUm-t, MONTREAL, eollrlis con-
Elznimmt* of Grain, Flour. Lard. Tallow. &e. Ri-f-r
to Hugh McLennan, Esq.; Mc«r*.G. A J. Wusa.m, .John
Hrodio. K?q; John Creighton, Esq,, Flour Inspector.
uiaatM-lin
gAML. HOWE,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
I*lß South Water-st., Chieairo, 111.,
FfdlcHsCf-rslgi.niertß of Gram. Flour. Pot];. L-ird.tr'*
&c,.tV>ri>:i!c.or oid-rs lo purchase. Will make ad
vanu’Bon consignments to he held here or shinned
Enet. . feh* zM3 dm
LITTLE & CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
SeD or purchase Flour. Grain. Seeds. Pork Butter.
Lurd, Rides, Broon. Corn &c *
♦.arohonse 231 south Water street, Chicago lU.
tv'unnt, Ua3 y7?t-sm] o. a. Saoert,
CAMPBELL BROS.,
\J PRODUCE AND
Commission Nlerclitmts,
155 North Klnzle street. Chicago. 111. I*. O. BoittU
A. BT. J. CAXPnKLL. | O, H. CAMPnKLL.
References—Pollard & Doane, William Itlulr A Co.
Rail, Klmbark & Co.. Day. Allen & Co.. Ladd* Wil
liams, Davis. Sawyer & Co. dea>-ys;n-s;a
pEXISTON & CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
LIVERPOOL.
References:—Messrs. rage.Rlchard«or. ± Co„Bosloa
MMdlcton & Co., New York.
Snow <fc Burgess. do.
Johnston A Barley, do.
Cash advances made on consignments of Provisions
Flour, Ac., to the above house by
HENRY MTLWARD,
delS-yIM-ly 19 Lasalle street. Chicago.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
1?6 South Wider street. Liberal advances made os
Flour, Grain and Provisions, to be sold here or by
WM. A. BROWN & CO„ Kcw York.
i, AKIN. J. U. HTTRLDTTT.
“IVTcCOiIBIE & CHILD,
UX produce:
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 11 'Water Street, New York.
Reverences:—Goodrich. Willard & Co., Bt. Louis
Mo.: J. H. Oelesbv, Esq., do.; Alonzo Child, E*q„ New
VorkClfy: R. B. Vay. Jr,. Boston. Mass.; Willard &
Child. Chicago, IH.; Muun & Scott, do.; Oglesby A
Macanley.New Orleans, La.; Com Exchange Bank
New York City. oc3 u9® 6m
3. ALEX. M’COSTPIE. I>. ALOSZO fTTTTJi
COMISXISSION ITCERCHANTS,
Particular attention given to orders for Flour, Grain.
Wool. &o. Liberal advances made on consignments to
Buffalo. New York. Bostonand Montreal.
WiireliousoSlaiidSl South Water street. Chicago. 111.
3. LKpro. 15.!29 «i. r A~> Iv r. " anms.
Jura.
JJ AT S , CAPS, ETC.
ICNATZ HERZOG,
153 1..1EE STREET.
UtrORTEB, MaKXTXaCTUEKB, WHOLESAi* aKD retail
DEALER IK
Hats, Caps, Umbrellas, Millinery and Straw
Goods, Cap Trimmings, &o.
My stock, iu the before named articles suitable for
the !>priac and Summer Trade. Is now complete, and
comprises the most fashionable and desirable goods,
which I ©Herat wholesale and retail, at prices equal
to thclowest tn the West.
The MILLINERY DEPARTMENT U conducted by
a lady well acqoHlntcd with the business, and as for
taste, st>le and fashion, will give the best of sstlsfac
llon to all patrons. Call nn.lcxnmlno my stock before
buying elsewhere. Particular attention paid to orders.
Utchc«t market price pa’d for Furs. Military Hats,
Cars and Ornament* at low price*.
P. O. KOX tSIK. IGXATZ HERZOG,
epic*- ?21&-ly 132 Lake street. Chicago, in.
DR. SWEET’S
Infallible Mniment,
THE
GREAT EXTERNAL BEHE3Y,
FOR RHEUMATISM. GOUT. NEURALGIA LUM
BAGO. STIFF NFCK AND JOINTS. SP.'i.VINS
BRUISES. GUTS AND WOUNDS. PILES *
HEADACHE. AND ALL RHEUMATIC
AND NERVOUS DISORDERS.
For all of which It l* a speedvaud certain remedy,
and never fail?. This Llidinent’i? prepared from tht
recipe of Dr. Stephen Swe-tt. of Connecticut, the
famousbonr srtlgrr.rahd ha?been use! la hi? practice
for more than twenty years with the most astonishing
BUCCCSS.
AS AN ALLEVIATOR OK PAIN. It Is unrivalled
by any preparntlon before the public, of which the
mot fkeptlcal may be convinced bv a single trial.
Tlil> Hi lme.it util cure rapidly and radically. Rhea
matic DL-order* of everv kind, and In thon-ands of
cases where It has been used it has never been knows
to fall.
FOR NEURALGIA. ItwiH afford immediate relief
In every case. however distressing.
It will relieve the worst cases of HEADACHE In
three minute?. and Is warranted to do It.
TOOTHACHE also win It core
c£V££ EU IV US J )hm H TY ANI»KN tIR \L LAS-
Vt . DE. arising from !mprud.m«or excess, this
Liniment I? a most hapay and unfailing remedy Act
Ingdlrecth upon the nervou? tissues, it strengthen*
and revivifies the system, and restores U to elasticity
and vigor.
FOR ITI.ES.—A? an external remedr. we claim that
It Is the best known, and we challenge the world to
produce an canal. Every victim of this distressing
complaint should given a trial, for it will not fill to
afford Immediate Mlef, and la a majority of casea will
effect a radical cure.
QUINSY AND SURE THROAT are sometimes ex
tremely malignant and dangerous. hut a timely apnll
cation of ih!? Liniment will never fall to cure. *
SPRAINS arc sometime* very obstinate, aud enlarge
ment of the Joint? Is liable to occur If neglected Tte
wo'?tca?n may be conquered by this Liniment In two
or three days.
BKITSKS CUTS. WOUNDS. SORES, ULCERS
BURNS AND SCALDS, yield readily to the wonder
ful healing propertb? of Dr. Sweet's Inpalltbl*
liniment, when used according to directions. Al*o
CHILBLAINS. FUOSTLD FKST. AND INSECT
BITKS AND STINGS. *
Every Horse Owner
Should have this remedy at band, for Its tlraelv use at
the first appearance of Lameuwa will effectually pre
vent thou- formidable disease#, to which all horse* are
liable, and which renders© many otherwise valuable
horse# nearly worthies*.
Over four hundred voluntary fe«tlmon!als to the
wonderful curative properties of this Liniment have
been received within the la*t two years, and many ot
them from rerboos In the highest ranks of lift.
CAUTION.
To avoid Imposition, observe theSlgnatnro aodLlko
ness of Dr. Stephen Sweet on every label, and also
“Stephen Sweet s Infallible Liniment'* blown lu the
glass of each bottle, without which none are genuine.
RICHARDSON a co„
Sole Proprietors. Norwich, ct.
For sslo by LORD & SMITH, General Western
Agents. 24 Lake street, and by dealers
everywhere. fcW-akri-cow-lj
JHthtrinol.
VALUABLE MEDICINE
FOR ALL SPRING DISEASES,
ROBACR’S STOMACH BITTERS.
HORACE'S STOMACH BITTERN.
BOJUCK’S* SOLD BY
eoback's'3 Bii 0 GISTS.
BOBACK’S SOLD BT ALL
EOBACE ; S {APOTHESABiiS.
KOBiCR Sj pßEscr.niED nr
KOBicKS PHYSiSJMIS.
BOBACE ? S
SOLD BT
mrncE* g ßg g lßS>
U “ S FOLD AT
EOEACIi ' s HOTELS.
noBiCK-s
USED IS
“HOSPITALS.
SOLD ur
EOBACK’S
EOBAtKS SUTLERS.
A FISE TONIC FOB
BOBACRS
EOBiCK-gj LASSES.
nmucK-s' BECWU “ >,> ® Br i
EOB.UK-S- verybodyJ
DA»»rri-«- 0!a and yours, for BHIonsJ
UUEACK’d ncta. Llyer Complaint-. L:»o-!
PAniflT'c * ebltlty. for giving tone to’
LbliAllk *• K.f spirit-.nliralihva-rctlte
jntd strength to tlic
V'Aitirir't. generally. Imr a bottle of!
ItUitAta. a s Stomach Bitters." i
Dr. C. TV. ZIOBACK. Prop., Cincinnati
Sold at wholesale bv FPLI.LU & FINCH. LORD *
‘SMI’i 11, SMITH to DWVER. J. H. REKD & C0...T,
ROKMJ>KLD. WEIGHT & FRENCH. At retail bv
BLISS* SHARPE. WRIGHT & FRENCH. M,\NN
& DYCHE, GALF. BROTH KiIS.E H SARGKNT.iI.
,iEß‘*MK.ios WILLABD. W. 11. DILLINGHAM,ear.
v.«n Cuienaud suite erect, and by DnisrUa and
Dealers generally, throughout the Northwest,
C. A. COOK, Chicago, General Agent.
OtHccSl A K Market tt.. Lind's Clock,
fell zf'Siljr-rod
ASD
ZYLOSALSAMUSa,
Tljc great unequalled Preparation for
Ut-Kluring, suvl«4oralln'r,lJoautlfy-
Ing and Drcsitlus llie Hair,
Rendering It soft. .-llkyandglossv. and disposing 11 to
remain In jim desired position; qulckrv cleansing tb®
Scalp, anc.'tl'ig the fan and imparting' a healthy acd
natural color to the Hair.
IT SEVER FAILS
To Restore Grey Hair
its Original Youthful Color.
IT IS NOT A DYE,
Hut acts directly upon the roots of the Flair, giving
them the natural nourishment required, producing thu
san e vitality and luxurious quantity as In youth.
For Ladies and Children
Whose Hair requires frequent dreeing the Zylobal
eamnut has no ftjnal. No lady's toilet
la complete without It.
Sold by Druggists throughout the World.
PRINCIPAL SALES OFFICE,
198 Greenwich Street, Hew York City.
*• A Bailie was on her Up— health was la her look
strength was in her step, and In her hands—Plantation
Billers.”
S—T—lß6o—X.
A few bottle? of Plantation Bitters
Will care Nervous Headache.
Cold Rxtrcmltles and Feverish Lips.
** Ft ur Stomach aad Fetid Breath.
” Flatulency and Indigestion.
Nervous AtfecUons.
•• Evrcswlvc Fatigue and Short Breath.
** Pain over the Eyes.
** Mental Despondence.
** Pm-.trat’on: Great Weakness.
** Sallow Complexion. Weak Bowels, <tc.
Which are the evidences of
LITER COMPLAINT AND DYSPEPSLV.
It Is estimated that seven-tenths of all adultallmcals
proceed from a diseased aud torpid Uvcr. The biliary
eecrctlons of the liver over-tlowlng into the stomach
poison the entire system and exhibit the above symp
toms.
After long research, we arc able to present the most
remarkable cure for these horrid nightmare diseases,
tnc world has ever produced. Within one year over
six hundred and forty thousand persons have taken
the Plantation Bitters, and not an Instance of complaint
has come to oar knowledge!
It Is a most effectual tonic and agreeable stimulant,
salted to »U conditions of life.
The reports that It relics upon mineral substances
for Us active properties, arc wholly false. For the
public satisfaction. ami that patients may consult their
physicians, we append a list of Its components.
Calisata Bake—Celebrated for over two hundred
years to the treatment of Fever and Ague, Dyspepsia,
Weakness. <Sc. It was Introduced into Europe by the
Countess, wife of the Viceroy of Peru, In 1610, and af
tern, ards sold by the Jesuits for tub SNoruiors prick
cr its own weight is silver, under the name of
Jesvit’B Powders, and was finally made public by
LouisXVl, KlugofFrance. Humboldt raal.esespecial
reference to Its febrifuge qnalUics during hla Sooth
American travels.
Caboabilla Dabs—For dlarrhtca. colic and diseases
Of the stomach nnd bowels.
Dandelion—For Inflammation of the loins and
dropsical affections.
Chamomile FLOwnr.s-For enfeebled digestion.
Lavxndeb Flowers— Aromatic, stlmolant and
tonle—highly invigorating In nervous debility.
■Wintxeqbeen— For scrofula, rheumatism, 4c.
Anise.—An aromatic carminative; creating flesh,
muscle and milk; much used by mother’s nursing.
Also, clove-buds, orange, carraway, cortaadcr,snake
root. 4c,
S- T—lß GO—X.
Another wonderful Ingredient, of Spanish origin,
imparting beamy to the complexion and brilliancy to
the mind, la yet unknown to the commerce of the
world, and we withhold Its name for the present.
IMPORTANT CERTIFICATES.
RocneexEß. Jf. Y„ December 25,1561.
Messrs. P. H. Duakk & Co. :—I have been a great sut
l«cr from Dyspepsia forthreeor four years and had to
alandon my profession. About three months ago I
tried the Plantation Bitters, and to my great Joy, I am
now nearly a well man. I have recommended them in
several cases, and, as far as I know, always with signal
benefit. I am respectfully yours,
REV. J. S. CATHORN’.
PnrLAmiLriru.lOth Month, 17lh Day, 1362.
Respected Friend;— My daughter has been «ucb
beneflUedby the use of thy Plantation Bitters. Thou
wilt send xue two bottles more.
Thy friend. ASA CUTJUN.
SttEBiTAX Horse. Chicago. HI. Feb. U. ISGS.
Mcs?rs.P.H.DSASsA Co.Pleaseßind us another
twelve cases of your Plantation Bitters. As arnornlag
appetizer, they appearto have superceded everything
cUe. aud aie greatly t-tecrucd.
Tours, Ac., GAGE & WAITE.
Arracgcmetts are now completed to supply any de
mand for this article, which from lack of government
stamps has not heretofore been possible.
The public may rest assured that la no case will the
perfectly pure standard cf the Plantation Bitter? he
dt parted from. Etzbt dottle bears the eac
SISIILE or OCR signature ox a steel plate exqbat*
ISO. OR it cannot be genuine.
Sold by all Druggists, Grocers and Dealers through
oat the country.
P. H. DRAKE 6e CO.,
mhll-ayp-tm was ?QV Broadway. N. V.
JVyTE’W PROCLAMATION.
DYEING! DYEING!! DYEING!!!
FOR THOfSLYHS,
At No. 10 Dcsplaiae? street, south of Randolph street.
West Division.
Having Just returned from Paris, after selecting a
lot of the purest Dye£tuflfc,thenaden>lgnedw.wraate
to give satisfaction In all colors—the latest shades
Also, Solfrrlno. Magenta. French Purple, Ac.
Previous to nl? trip to Europe, the undersigned con
ducted the well-known premium house of Cook A
McLain, of Chicago. C. PAHLGREE N,
Paris Steam Dve Works.
N. B.—Branch Office, 73 North Clarkslraat.
w
TO DESTROY THE ANIMAL-
X CULE AND PRESERVE AND WHITEN the
TEETH.
* USE
GALE BROTHERS’
SAPONACEOUS DENTIFRICE,
A harmless and elegant preparation.
PBICE, 25c*
Prepared by GALE BROTHERS. 203 Randolphst.
PRUIT! FRUIT!! FRUIT!!!
Received dally, at 119 Randolph struct, by dispatch,
Oraiigc*. Lemons, Figs. Dates, &o. Abo, dealer ki
Paltlirore Oysters ana Sardine*.
mlil3 Wa-lm HENRY SANBORN.
flFistdlamoas.
pmCAGO LEAD AND OIL
\y WOBESJ
Corner Clinton and Fulton Streets West Side,
tUD PIPE, BILLETS, 812 & SHEET LEAD,
LINSEED OIL,
Slot, White lead, Bed Lead and LUhor^f,
PEMPS AJVD HYDRAULIC BAMS.
6CI B. W. BLATCHFORD.
BITTERS
BITTERS
BITTERS
J-JATS, CAPS, &c.
25 J-ake Street.
VEBEB.VILLIAMSfc FITCH
. now offer for
EARLY SPRING- TRADE,
by the package or dozen.
5.000 CASES
Hats, Caps, Straw Gods,
UMBRELLAS, PARASOLS.
Palm Leaf Goods, Shaker Hoods,&c,
eowprMre tun lIDCi of all new stvlea. ravldas tae
LARGEST and BEST ASSORTED STOCK to bo found
West of the sea hoard, mo.t of which was purchased
before the Ute adrance In prices, and will be sold as
cheap as can be bought of the bestbonses In the Allan-
Uc Cities. fe23-a340-3ic
BITTERS
BITTE2S
BITTERS
BITTERS
BITTERS
BITTERS
BITTERS
BITTERS
BITTSR3
BITTERS
BITTERS
BITTERS
BITTERS
gADDLERY HARDWARE.
HAYDEN, KAY & CO.,
45 & 47 LATTE STEEET,
BITTERS
I BITTERS
! BITTERS
i BITTESS
BITTERS
Are prepared to show cosh bnycre of
Saddlery Hardware
i BITTERS
AND
CARRIAGE TRLVIMINTGS,
The largest and best assorted stock to be found In th
Northwest, embracing
SPBDGS AAS» AXLES,
Hubs, Spokes, Felloes,
CABBIAGE BODIES AND SEATS,
Enameled Cloth, Eatent Leather, &c.
Also, a large assortment of
ZZOBSE COLLARS AND BLANKETS,
WHIPS MD LASHES,
Skirting, Bridle, Collar and Harness
LEATHER.
A’l of which trill be offered at price* that trill not
l>c undersold.
AGENTS FOR
Motvry’s Springs and Axles, Crocket’s
Varnishes,
DOLE'S PATENT
Huh Boxing Machines and Hollow Augers.
P. HAYDEN. W. V. KAT. P. WILSON.
New York. Chicago. Cincinnati.
mliT-aSll-Sm
H. REED & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
MUGS & CHEMICALS,
■ 146 LAKE ST., CHICAGO.
Also, deal largely la
PAINTS, OILS, WINDOW GLASS,
GLASSWARE,
Burning Oils, Kerosene,
SOAP-MAKER’S STOOK,
Manufacturers’ Goods, Ac,, &c,.
Which we offer at prices favorable to Western Mer
chants and Manufacturers,
J. 11. DEED. 17* Pearl street. N. T.
mhl2bl2C-3a 11. A. IIURLBUT. Chicago.
JJ ATS, CAPS AND
Straw Goods
AT WHOLESALE.
E. P. L. BROOM,
(SUCCESSOR TO E. R. KELLOGG Ss CO.)
50 ■ ■ JLAItE STREET. ■ ■ 50
I have now on hand, and am dally receiving, a
large and well selected stock ol
HATS, CAPS, STRAW GOODS
SHAKER HOODS, &c.,
suitable for the
Spring and Summer Trade of ’63
Which I offer to the trade, either by t he package or
dozen,at
LESS THAN EASTERN PRICES.
Country Merchanta. whether purchasing or not. or*
cordially invited to examine my block and priced.
E. P. L. BROOM,
Wholesale Dealer in
HATS, CAPS, &0.,
50 LAKE ST., CHICAGO.
18(53, —DRY GOODS,
Staple and Fancy,
FOR THE SPRING,
HARMON, GALE & CO.,
(Successors to Hannon. Aiken & Gale.)
53 LAKE STREET, Chicago.
We offer to the trade a large and well-selected
stock ot
COTTON AND WOOL GOODS,
PRINTS,
COTTON ADES,
Yankee Notions, Hoop Skirts, Hosiery,
AND OTHER GOODS IN OUR LINE.
We are now largely In stock and are prepared to
offer great Inducement, to close buyers, we solicit
an examination from all wishing to purchase.
UARITION, GALE & CO.
fc»a.Vß3ra ’
“OUTTER! BUTTER!-! am m-c-
XJ pared to flli order? for the
GOSHEN BUTTER FIRKIN,
Holding ICO lbs. Also. WELSH RUTTER TUBS,
fcoldli’K ?0. -JO. Cfl mid ICO lbs. Parties Intending to
rack, this season, will note where their good* are to
be bad. lam al.*o Sole Agent for the Darla* Patent
CLurn and Butter Worker.
IVATIIAIN’IEI, WHITE,
ManuCicturer and Wholesale Dea’er in all kind* of
Woodtn and Willow Ware.
o*s South Water Street.
apsc?2 2m
M. A. HOWELL tfc CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OP
PAPER HA3STG-I3STG-S,
No, 24 Cortlandt street, New York.
ESTABLISHED'IN ISU.
Nannf&ctory at New Brunswick, JT« J.
The special attention given to thos* who submit
their orders to us when unable to virtt New Tork. has
won f* rc? a high rej utatloa In the trade. We can
§unrantee satisfaction to all who send In their orders
y letter. apAcIO-ltq
'J'O RENT—New and second-hand
PIANOS.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
PIAHGS AND MELODEONS,
at wholesale acdietaH. Order? from a distance prompt
ly attended to JULIUS BAUER A eft.,
mhlT bStC-Sta P9 South Clark street.
9h() HHDS. NEW ORLEANS
tJ V/ gUGABS,—Common to choice In store ai*
for sale by' PARDONS, PITKIN A BANKET.
71 South Water street
9000 boxes palm soap,
m v \J \J ijia.i boxes American Castile Soap,
1,000 boxes Slearlno Candles,
COO boxes Star Candles,
For sale by TORNKB & MITCHELL.
mhR-aslS Ua 77 Klnzle street.
'J’O RENT AND FOR SALE,
PIANOS AND ISEIODKOXB,
All kinds of instruments tuned and repaired by ex
perienced workmen. Do not rent to go Into the coun
try. Instructlonson the Plano, Organ, Melodeon Vlo
Un and Guitar, bv competent teachers.
WM. R. PROSSER. i» Clark street.
K(\fV HLF. CHESTS TEAS.—A
V. C? u of new crop Green, ia<
Blacks, emonielng all grade* or Young Hraon. Hyao,
sklij, Onoiyj.dor ImportU, Twuitay, Ooloog. *O.
arriving tad. tor sale by '* •
PARSONS, PITKIN * BANKET.
71 South Water street.
iRi ctlla t n».
JJ'OR SPRING OF 1863.
A CHOICE STOCK
Fresli Spring Soods
Has just been received at
STRYKER & GO’S,
Ul I.IKB STREET.
NETT STYLES OF
Plain s rhcckcdaadstriped Alpaca.
srik , E , ulSs^ , * > *
iluzamLlnaea.
Potulns,
Delaines and CLallte, in great variety.
NEW STYLES OF
Lama.
CarLmers.
Brccbe & Stella. Shawls.
NEW STYLES OF
Plain and Embroidered Cloaks.
In Ugh: spring colors.
(Maan.'acturcd under our own supervision.)
A large assortment of
CLOTHS AND CASSIMERE3,
For Men and Boy’s wear.
A very complete stock of HEAD NETS of all styles.
Buffalo, Cleveland
ASD
1863 Chicago Line. 1883
For t>c ersnlnß wason of naTLtatlnn. the sfesmers
of tU* ilrowlll ran la connection, and oa alternate
•lats, with these of the
Western Transportation Company,
HkTWEBX
STKVKEK & CO.’S j CHICAGO ‘ND BUFFALO.
Sim Umbrellas and Parasols, Corsets,
Alexandre's and Jcnvla'a Kid Gloves.
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES. HOSIERY AND
GLOVES,
As cheap as can elsewhere be found, at
pyl9-K3-ly
1863. - 1803.
CLOTHING
FOB THE
Spring and Summer Trade.
YOUNG, BROS.' & CO.,
33 AND 35 LAKE STREET,
Comer Wabash avenue, Chicago,
AND
135 MAX* STREET, ST. LOUSS.
We bare now la store, both la
Chicago and St. Louis,
IMMENSE STOCK OF CLOTHING,
Which we
Manufactured Early in tie Season,
And to which we Invite the attention of all merchant*
who wish to buy
CHOICE GOODS
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
YOUNG, BROS. & CO.
[mhSaSin-lm]
1863 hew house. 1868
H. a R. B. V/HITTEMORE & CO.,
37 Lake st. and 43 Wabash avenue,
WHOLESALE DEALERS DT
Hats, Caps and Straw Goods,
Umbrellas and Parasols.
Oar stock of new good? for the Spring trade I? ana
snallvfuU and desirable, comprising the largest aad
most attractive assortment In the West, and having
been purchased previous to the groat advance, we are
satisfied we have facilities that will enable ns to com.
stand the attention of merchants visiting thin market,
and particularly
AEL CASH ETTYEHS.
SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO
ORDERS.
H. & R. B. WHITTEMORE & CO.
trSa<77S-3ra
JOHN GRAY,
DEALER IS
WOODEN WARE, BROOMS,
Pails, Brushes, Mats, Twines, Cord
age, Tubs, Obums, Cradles,
■Wagons, Clxairs, Baskets, &c.
No*. 15 FoKod and 202 Front Street*,
New York.
J-dS-zlttMm
1863.“ SPRING TRADE.
CLOTH HOUSE.
FIELD, BENEDICT & CO.,
S-4 & 3G Lake Street, Chicago,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IK
Cloths,
Cassimeres,
Vestings,
And nil the various styles of WOOLRK. COITOK and
LINEN piece good* for
MEN'S WEAR,
Adapted to the want* of the West. We shall, as here
to fore for the past fourteen years, keep the large*t
and best assorted stock ot this class nf good* to he
found In this market. An examination ts solicitud.
AGENTS FOU
Scott's, Clay's and Glcncross’
Reports of Fashions*
fc2s-atO-2m
REMOVAL.
CORNWELLS & ELLIOTT,
PAPER DEALERS,
HAVE REMOVED TO
No. 86 Dearborn Street.
(OLD POST OFFICE BUILDING.)
apt cIKJ- ;’w
JR OX AXD STEEL.
HALL, KIMBABK & CD.,
105 & 19.> SonlU Water street,
IMPOSTERS AND DEAL2BS IS
IRON AND STEEL,
IST ails. Spikes,
Heavy Hardware.
HAVE FOR SALE LOW.
7, 8 f 9, 10, 11 and 12, by 1-4 inch
IMPORTED GERMAN
PLOW STEEL.
Also—Hare all other sizes oo hand,
10 Casks Cultivator Teeth,
Screw top and wed *e top.
rnhlM)2-lm HALL.KIMBARK & CO.
gUTTOX & BURKITT,
41 I.ASAI.IiI3 STBEET,
Have received a large assortment of
Ladies’ and Children’s Cotton Hosiery,
MEN'S ENGLISH HALF HO3E.
■Worsted and Silk Embroidery Braids.
* , _ , „ „ Coventry Frilling or Ruffling.
Lace and Swiss Collarette,
_ . „ „ Tatting. Tape Trimming.
H&lr Netts la Silk and Braid,
ZEPHYE WOESTED A3TD WOOIEHVAM3,
Knitting Cotton In all sizes.
EMBROIDERY and BRAID PATTERNS STAMPED.
..., Prices low and Term? c.v?h.
Pih22-b4!>o4w 41 LASALLE STREET.
CTEAMED FRESH OYSTERS.
VO Spiced Oyster*. Pickled Oyster*. Roast bleats.
Poultry .Game. Sonp-s, Tripe,. vc?h Fruit*.
Jellies, fcaUnp*.Sanct*, etc. *a every ▼»ti«y.j*ut «y?
In neraencAUT sx*nrD Cans, by FITHTAN «
POGUE, at their extensive Faroa *gf* ol T*
Brlgetoa. N. J„ and ft ,r sale
45 North Water street, and 46 N«rtblWikwi
Philadelphia, Pa. Each con warranted, fcndftr a
Price LtM. lw> -* w rr .
nPHEODOBE HOLBROOK &
I co Negotiator* el Mortgages, and Agents fbr
ti * Purchase Sale and Leasing of Real Estate.
fur c*ie. a beantlfal two-* lory Gothic Cottage, on
Norik Side, rear city limits. lotWOUW.
‘ Trn serf* In More quarry for sale.
ReoiiK-icß property oa the Jtorlb,South and West
Bides, tor sale or to let* apt clHt
Railroad anil Steamboat Hints.
Tj"ORMILWAUKEE,KEXO3IIA,
pr - ■WABHISOTOS. SHEBOTGAX,
MW •**
sunbe a. hue,
Capt. S. W. MORGAN’,
leave for the shore port* on Movry w motiv
•IP.ap-fl 13lh. at 3 o'clock. h«r>£?ls :
tKiifcrtteseason. For freight or r s&!” e aS to
at lf-cS23-St A. E. COODRICH. 6 & S River < -
LAKE SUPERIOR
The staunch Screw Steamer
F . W . Backus,
CAPT. GEORGE DAVI3,
wri cctnacnce her regular trips between Chicago and
Late iupeilor.
On or about the 30th of April.
For raftlec’nrs apply to A. HARVEY. SON & CO,.
Agct tg.2£gaLd'Jg South Water street. apt-cfr)-!*’
For lake superior.
The staunch and Cist Low Pressure Slde-Whcd
STEAMBOAT “CLEVELAND,”
• Capt. JOHN McKAY
WEI comnerce 1 er regular irJp« between Chicago and
Late Superior, ou or about .APRIL loth.
Another toft will al*o be added tothlsl'ne. The
name anddiys of sailing will be given hereatter.
. , r _A. T. SPENCER. Agent.
apS-l-MMSt Foot of South LaSalle street.
FOR LAKE SUPERIOR
JL The staunch and fast new steamer
SEA IB I 1R..1D ,
CAPT. DOUG AX.,
T7H commence her regular trip* betweea Cblcaco xal
Lai:; Superior,
On tli© 25tli of April, ISC3.
A?ent,
Foot of South L-ttal’.e street.
apS-ct-lm
» ,<»o X
DAILY LI^TE
(Scrdaysexcepted) for the tran.xportatloa nf Frelsht
aid P»«sciiscra. Ruacir.c In connection,at BaiTalo.
vllb tLc
New York Central Railroad, Spauld
ing’s Express, Union Exnress;
The TVS STERN TKAXSPORTATIOT fOMPASTaaa
Troy and Erie Lines of ('acal Boats*, oa
tl.c EdecaaaL
At rievelard, with
CLEM.LA.SD AM) PITTSBI'KOII RAILROAD.
The steamers composing t..l* line are of the largest
size, and ot great strength and speed, wtth saperlor
aoo.'n irodml'-nsforPaxengers.
With these nneguallet f unities the line Is prepared
to contract to tmu-j-o-t property from New Yoft.l'o**
fon.Mhanr.Trov and all the p-lnc.pal point* on tne
Itneofile Now York Central Thrlrvad »nd the Krte
Canal, to the port.- on the West Shore of Lake Mlchl
pan : and from those ports to Cleveland, Bailalj, and
allpclnta Last.
For rates of freight and passage apply ta
JOHN II MORE. Agent N. Y.C. iUi.rcaJ, No.
Proadway.N Y.
UI'GH "ALLEN. Agent Western Transportation Co.
No. 1 Coet.tlestdlp. S. V.
M. It. SPAULDING. Spaulding's Express. N0.2 As
tor House N. Y.
.1. 11. WILGUS& CO .Proprietor* of Union Express
and ApiLl- Troy * Eric Line, No •-‘O7 Broadway, a-d
No. U I’oeuies S.’o. N. Y.
BOND «t voitLig. clove" ami. Ohio.
IVM, S7F.WARV, Agent C, A P. R. R,.Plf f-burg. Pa
B1CH.1IO.M) Ana*\( OCK,
Oti'ce foot “f State street. Chicago.
SHELBOM PI2ASK, Tlanaslns A^t.«
Uthce foot of Mlcidgau rtrr-t. Butt do.
A, A. SA.UPLE,
ft]y ? -c2tT-4m Pa.--eager Agent.
'J'HE NORTHERN
Transportation Company
of oino,
19 rKEPAKFD TO TRANSPORT PIIOPf.TTTT DETWgEX
BOSTON, AIL POINTS HT NEW ENGLAND,
KEPT YOHK AND THE WEST,
WITH PROMPTNESS, CARE AND DISPATCH.
This well known line nl fifteen Cr-»t cla«* screw Steam
ers fonnecsot OGHKNSBCGH with railroad for
Boston f-nil till point* In New Ft g and: at Cape Vin
ce I with tl e KaUita M cape Vincent and
New York; and at Oswego with a Hue of thirty
flrtt class Caral Boats bet ween Oswcce,
Troy. Albany and New York.
Form n DAILY I.ISE from Boston. New York.
Ocdr: *tn; gh. Cape Vincent and * »s\vrgo to Cleveland,
ToUdo aid Detroit, and aTIU WEEKLY LINS
To Chicago and Intermediate Ports.
AGENTS.
J, MTFRS. 74Pearl street. New York.
JOHN HuCKINO. State street, Bo*ton.
GEO. A.EODY. t igdensburrh.
JOHN H.CUA'NFoUD.Oawrgo,
A. F. SMITH. Cape Vincent.
WALKER & HAYS. Toledo,
F. R. M ATHE WS. Detroit.
O.J.HALH. Milwaukee.
PLLTON * BREED. Cleveland.
N. J. HOWR,Chicago,
OlTcc asd dock foot of North La*alle streak
mh’-’l Kid-tm
QENTRAL EXPRESS COMFY,
Cfllce uG Lnsalle Strfct, Chlfajo.
Tl.if Company has been In pucce-ufol op-mtlon for
the luet year between Milwaukee and tht* Mls*l*Mpp
River, undhaa now completed Ita connections via
CHICAGO AND CRESTLINE
TO AND FROM
ÜBW YORK.
The Chicago ofTce I.* now open and ready to rccslv"
freight and package*, which we uudertake' to forward
witii dSpatch.
Tlnieconttacta given. and for any delay beyond the
time spcdilvd.
ALL DAMAGES WILL HE PGOMPTLTPAID.
special attention will be glrca to shipment} of
Butter, E"s«, nnd oilier JPcrlsbable-
Y roporty,
which we win receive at the Depot* la this cltw and
deliver In New Yot k m Spring Wagon*.
Rates- at a moderate advance or freight tarlir*.
Bills of Lading. with time ei-ecliled. wm by mall, as
directed. \v. T. scarr. Agent.
mhil-bUMra
QXOKGE CIIAFFEY & BROS.,
FORWARDERS,
-A-ilmitic Ivinssston.
PtopaiiKßS-BRISTOL and BROCKVILLB.
STfcaittBS—WELLINGTON and BOSTON.
For the transhipment of grain at Kingston, they are
provided with a new Float Ire Elevator and a sl>ck of
sQbidantlal new Itarjjes. built under their ownd!r*c
tlon; capacity, 33P,0u0 bushels, entire cargo being
under batches.
Agents—.l.& IT. MCLENNAN. Montreal; B CFTAF
FKV * CO. Toronto; 11. MCLENNAN. Chicago;
JAMES M ITCH ELL. Milwaukee. inllS-bAfMm
1863. THE 1363.
PEKNSYLVAJTIA CENTRAL R. H.
825 Ittllcs Double Track*
In order to keep pace with the deraaadjof the travel
Ins public, the managers of this popular route have
added many Improvements daring the year I>C2. and
with Its connection*. U will be found In all respect# A
FIRST CLASS ROUTE to all the Eastern cities. Tbs
back U stone ballasted, and ez Urtly free from dusk
THREE DAILY TRAIN'S FROM
PITTSBURGH TO PHILADELPHIA
(with close connections from Western Cltlre.)
AB connecting direct to New York. THROUGH PfHL
ADELPHlA.andc’oee connection* at Ham-bu-s for
BALTIMORE AND WASHING TON.
From Plttiburgh to New York, ono train ran# dally
(130 miles.) via Allentown, without change of Cars ar
riving In advance of all other routrt.
SEVEN DAILY TRAINS FROM
PHILADELPHIA TO NEW YORK
Tickets lor pale to Boston bv boat or rail. Boat Tic
ket* good od any of the sound lines, fare to all points
a* low any route.
Sleeping Cars ou night trains to Philadelphia. New
York and Baltimore.
Baggage checked 'through and transferred Croc.
FREIGHTS.
By this Route Freights of all descriptions taa be for
warded to and fromThiladeiphia. New Vork U<>stoa
or Baltimore. to and from any point on the llallroadt
of Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin.lowa
or Missouri nr 3ailboaD dibcct.
The I'cuniylvanSa Central Railroad also connects al
Pittsburgh with Steamers, by which Goods can be for
warded to any port on the Ohio. Muskingum. Rea
tucky, Tennessee. Cumberland. Illinois, Mis.vsV.ppl
Wisconsin. Missouri. Kansas. Arkansas and Red Rivera
and at Cleveland. Sandusky and Chicago with Steam
era to all It>rts on the North-Western Lakes.
Merchants and Shippers entrusting the transports
tlon of their Freight to this Company, can rely Witt
confidence on its speedr transit.
THE RATES Of FREIGHT to and from anrnolat
In the West by the Pennsylvania Central Rtllroad «u
AT AIXTUUS AS FATOE.V-LS AS ABE rniB.lED BX oni
KRBATLrOAI) coitp.oass.
Be rart cn’ar aiiii mark packages “TtApnws’e
R.”
for Freight Contract* or Shipping Directions, apply
to or address either of the following Agents of tbs
Company:
D.A. ST EWART.Freipht Agent. Pittsburgh.
CLARKK A CO„ Transfer Agents. Ihtt^burgh,
H. W. BROWN A co., Cincinnati. Ohio,
ft. C. M KLDItI-M A CO„ Madison. Indiana.
J. E. MOORE. Louisville. Ky.
w. w. AIK.MA.N * co„ Evans rule. lad.
B. K. SASS. St. Loais. Mo.
t’LAKKRA t;o„ Chicago, Illinois.
J. IJ. >!c< • >LM. Portsmouth. Ohio.
.WcNEFXY A MONTGOMERY. Mayesmie.Ey.
W, 11. & K. L. LANGLEY. Galllpolls. Ohio.
H.S.i'lEß' E. & CO., Zanesville. Ohio.
N. H. HI'DSOS. Rlplev. Ohio.
E. C. MKLDRCM. General Traveling Agent for t hi
Booth and West.
LIVE STOCK.
Drovers »r.d Farmers Til] find this lie most tdvu
ageousroute for Lire Stock. Capacious Varda well
watered and supplied with every convenience hare
•>ccn opeacd or. this line and its connections ard every
attention la paid to their want*. From Harrisburg
where will be found every convenience for feeding aid
resting, a choice is offered of the PHILADELPHIA.
KETV 1 OKK and U AL*S IMORE MARKETS. This will
also be found the shortest, quietest and most direct
route for Stock to New York—[via AilectowsJ— aid
with fewer chances than aav other.
ENOCH lkwis, Gcal fcp't. Altooaa, Pa.
L. L. HOCPT. C.cnT Ticket Agent. Philadelphia.
H. H. HOUSTON. GeaT Freight Agent. Philadelphia
la3-y7ts-lT *
€opartnersl)ip.
no PARTNERSHIP NOTICE.—
V-' The crderslgned have this day formed aco
r*r.r.ir?Up tor the p»rpo?e of doing a General Foav
dry ami Machine bnslre**, at the old stand. •’Union
t tundra works, under the name and style of N, S,
BOUTON & CO.
N. S. BOUTON,
c. it. it'»r ros,
k. p. uunLßur.
Chicago. April Ist, iva. spjcin-flt
PO-PARTNERSHIP NOTICE.
—MR. JOHN B. PRESTON tea rr ember of oar
firm from and after this data. The name and st/ 13
pR
Chicago. April Ut. ISO. apl b-U l<a_
TTISSOLUTION OF CO-PART-
X/ NEiy-BlP.—The co-partnewUp heretofore evl M
Ine coder the firm name of CLINTON h C.tNLH A
■'Stef ita
mhSiuKM? Ct t-tss ** ‘ UTe ~ s - eet -
TV HEELER, LEONARD & CO.,
? COHOTSSION IHEBCHANTS,
Cor. Soutli Water and Wells streets,
la the Iron Handing {np euiraj Odcago. HU
Sight Fxcharge on New Tork for sale la gums to
suit. Advance* mad'* nn all kinds of Produce lo
Store. a!*o er Shipments Ea.d at best rates.
C, T. IVheels*. p. Lso-takd.
... f .i : i Jca K o * J. S. LaoxtßD,
aiMP aiO--m P“kla. Tit.
WATER-PROOF VIENNA &
• * STPELLA MATCHES.—These matches are
made without sulphur, sad being free from disagreea
ble odor, are not only very desirable, but almost India
pcasable tor use in the parlcr and sleeping chamber.
They are put up in fancy colored boxes and smaß
package* for family ore. ard are also carefady packed
tucuseafnr transportation. For sale wholesale aad
retail by JAMES fc. DST. No. 66 Cortlacd stro-t. New
Y p. S*.—Country ceechanU wd do wcU il x ’
fctalce our BWck.
Heal Estate.
Q-IiEAT SALE. OF
lOTS AW) CONTRACTS,
Jo the City of Chicago,
At Auction, June 17th, 1853.'
The article* of a«soc!atlra of “*fhirapr* t..,!
Company re.iolre that the trust shall beclosSl
ncaUi of June, IM. and that ad tee oraMrrr and eS
frets on bud. at the time belonging to the association.
*' all ce told at Public Auction, for cash totb«hl-he*£
bidder, lathe city of the lUrdW
the 17th day of Jane. ls»A »Tw*a»u»y,
The undersigned, Trustee of tho " Chicago Land
Company." will therefore on Wednesday. theiTh day
et offtr for u^e on tbe premises, la the city
22 Loulo Sheffield’s Addition to Chicago.
« “ *• east " "
67 " Wight's •* vest “ "
3 Ongiaal Town of Chicago.
I'.fjuj* S,orT S»SC9. amply secured, amounting to about
n^i. l i ,nlrac,B * CoTe rtf'pr« Lots, on which there are
°* f r ,s*3a K ~reirate of about IWO.OOO.
lOf i-Vt «irti ve fo: »iV*2 feet front oa a spacious Canal
11 **?®*,^?7 be *-C ei ca T aled thru ugh the pro
s Urȣo fcet fpuUt oa Ul * Sorlh Bru-di ofthe
the o e ronf« c 2 r,t,nnpd fr°™ day to day untn all
u.e propertyatdetfectsof the Companr ifta sold.
Chlcaco sr»«.Ht.Jw\ n L os D - OuDfiN. Tnutao,
unicago. March nth. i>q. mMt-bUMd
T?EAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
“• M«T3f A3.SS I ta , aSl2
IN Tltw ( nr of Davenport
La Clatre Block, of brick, four stories tCP fect trout,
ccuululcg a hotel, two pabUc haUa. tea aratcSa!
stores and several offices. **«vciaw
Post oitice Block, of brlcX 60 feet front, four storlM.
containing the Post Office, two stores, six offices an*
lance upper r*otr.a. The above property la th*»* most
durable In tbe city, all leased, and wUlbringalar-a
nett income on an investment.
Twenty Pnck and Frame Dwelling House* Indif
ferent h-cations.
luC choice building lots: one lot of 17acres adjoining
t..e railroad dootacdbnd’B. fronting on the Mlvla.
•ippl lUver ; two tots of so'acres each, one lot of2S
. 20 * cre# * oa « 105 of 13 acres, ail u
tie City Limit*.
Also and lots, racant lots and ontlot* In Che
Clt v of Le Clslre. Scot: CO-:My.
Kon'tsa-i.llofala lowa C:tr. Johnson County.
10.000 acres Improved anrt mdaiproved fanning lands
near the line of lie Miss, and Mo. Kaiiroad.
T!ieab.i v e property L-oJerei f-.ir <ila. to close the
estate of the late Antoine Le Clal;e. at such price* as
mmi prove a profitable Intratwcat to the porchaaem,
r.vV n: ',".'. 1 ? *' A pa-foliar*. apply to
Agent. Davenport. lowa. - laV?*sVS la
Proposals.
jpROrOSALS FOR BEEF CAT-
Sealed ratllti M. of the ttth
rayoi Ap il. M for farclsMns to iL« SahsUtenca
I'epftitiref't 4.f(C I end of H«ef rattle.
TT e C-Vtle to he delivered at Wauilaston. D. C. oa
tbe .sth »Srt rf Aprl*. or as soon thereafter at the Gor
err.mcDt may direct.
The cattle t ' arenifre at leaat l.roo poatub gross and
so aulc al to weigti lex> thus I.MX* pounds.
. Any person dourl; c to I Id for a leas camber than
4,roc rl.r old so state k In M» b"d
A bo. d with gcod ird suiiclent security wW be re*
tnlri-d.
Proposals f:*m contwcto-? who hare filled to com
ply u llh former bids, from disloyal persons, and from
i-‘o?ewhoaier.ot pr<»tnt to respond to their bide,
nill not be cun*ld(-red.
Ihivn-e? t to he madf In pcrtlecates of Indebtedness,
or Mich other fai da sa Government may nave for dlj.
bar»enirr.t.
All Mds to be arcompanled be a jraaraut** Mined
h> two pwaor.a tnddlrecud to'COL. X BECKWITH.
A D. C, at.d C. R. r S A . Washington, D-C., and en
dorsed •* Proposals for Beet Catte.~
FOCX 07 GC*B\STSK:
. .Ofthecnanty cf .and State Of da
he- fby gna-anti e that l* ablr to fold! the contra*t
1? a t Cr .hU : ‘i : . c fi wl:u lhtt ~ . e . r cV > l h: » proPOsWon, acd
thaUahcald ils proposition bo accented, he will at
once enter ln»o n confsct la accordance therewith
stonid the contract beawardedhim.wcare prepared
tC brprnje Ids sf C’i:l:V.*.
<ThL» guarantee mast bo appended to each hid )
The responsibility of the persons signing the guaran
tor r. U-'t be shewn hr tho o?Ffi.\r, certificate of the
• eiKof the rearcstDlstrtct Cotut or of foe United
Statesßt*tr!ct Attorney.
Hips w men comply wrra tux .\norx wrrr,
r.a cejictsp. aps cTTtd
i"IIE UNION BRIDGE BUILD-
X ING Committee will receive sealed proposals
until the 15th day of April for bolMlng a bridge aerosa
Bureau Creek. « w ralfos north of Prlnce'on Station
on the C.. B. A Q K. P. Said bridge to be 90 ft.mala
sran ie-tltgon two stone'piers : approaches to saiua
about .6 ft. Al*o one bridge :>ft R. span. Contractors
to furnish material and give ample security for dua
performance of contract. Cash paid on completion
rises ard *rcclflc:«tlon* can be seen at IhootSce of
PrleMley* Carpenter. Princeton. 111.
JAMES ROSS, Chairman.
C. Jl. Pcikstlkt. Secretary. aps ctsttit
CTfincational
PS’STRUCTION IN THE GEIi-
MAN X-mgaage In classes and prlvaie, arcglvcaby
OSCAK FAILUAUEB,*
If 1 Sonth Wsahlngton street. 3d floor, room 12. To bd
h.uud at 7P. M. up 7 c2>'t lit
Dearborn seminary -
K1 Waba*h Avenue. The next term of til*
Set 00l forjounc ladles wilt commence on 310NDAT,
April 13 For circulars app.y to the Princlp il,
apSc.G Gt Z. Gib i VEIL
piIICgVGO SEMINARY FOR
\J YO»*NO LADIES,
ios & i i*j cass vntEirr.
Tie SmimtiT Term «,f n U liirtltutloa opens oa
WEDNEbDAV, April tith. F«»p cin-uiars orlufunn*-
tlon npnlv t-> w. jl. RfiVNyLDS or F O. HKit*
TEAL. Principal ap2~bttj3-lw
TfOREST HO3IE FOR BOYS.
X The next term of this Faiully Pc’ioul. limited to
TEN In number, will coatiutnee on tho first Wkdsjw
i .*T «>f May rut. More spud k* lufo matiou with r«>
liable rcfrienct* will be promptly «<*nt to any waa
nay In.iUlte. AUdrcsa \V. A. NICU'jLS. Cldeago.
FuM Gfllce Boa IK*. mhbtbfdi 3wlj
"YOUNG LADIES’ SEMINARY,
IN TAFT. rOEEST, ILLINOIS.
Tbi* Scnimer Term will coiuuicuec on Tnuoimv,
l 1 e *.**,!. f April, uirrtiiarv ar.d auy InJormatlun g .
on up; Ucatiun by mad or otuerwbe.
B. DICKI • %.
Lake Fore«t. March 12th. !>©. mlifi!- .i
Jwanricd.
■RHODE ISLAND CENT 1 ; \L
XX BANK KTTOPE ISLAND.—Pursuant *u •
tul order cl th.*jn:nrenie Court of Stale o; - ?i
I*:»r.d. the sub*-riber giro notice that ail t
hO!lUl:g tills of the
RHODE ISLAND CENTRAL BANK,
Mtut deposit the same with him at his office. No. 23
Wcjl>os.w*r*:rcct.l*rovi-:i-ace. It. I. on or before the
first day of Angri-d. A. D. IrfiS. In order to be entlt>d
to anv divide:..! u.utznay be declared oat of the assa v
cf said Task.
JAMES M. CLARKE. Receiver.
Providence, IC. L. Jan. 17U». 1303. fai zSJk-tai
r rilE MICHIGAN SOUTHERN
X 4 NOBTUEBN INDIANA RAILROAD Co.
Orricit, No. is WtELiAX Sraarr. •
Nkw Vo ax, March 10. 1
The annual election for Director* of this Comp. v
will beheld at theTompanv's Officela Toledo. Ohio, i-u
WcdiuMlay, the g.d day or April next, at noon. Ti-a
jolts will retrain open until 2 o'clock. P.M. The Stock
Transfer Books will be closed on tbs &th of March, at
2P. M .andrc-opca on 2*l April, at 10 A. U.
mhl7Ms3-td D. P. BARIIYDT. Secretary.
fjoop Skirt fllanufactorn.
JVJEW YORK AXD ILLINOIS
Hoop Skirt Manufactory,
And Importer and dealer in all kinds of
French and German Corsets.
AT WHOLBSALR
AND RETAIL. 7»
South Clark streets
(opposite tho Court
cmotao. ixxt.voi*.
Silk & CoUoo Skim
31.110 to o<<ler »•
sh>rt notlco. Old
Skirts rrpdr-'d, alter
ed 'sail Shnped as COOd
as new. t all stock o€
WOTRC. double dia
mond. brliLilAFrench
Ski"f» constantly on
hand, from 3 springs,
.nr.rdren’s.to m springs. ladleVaize.
X. B.—TVe repair all skirt* which we sell without ex
*ra cnarce. provided they are kept cleaa. Oar bklrt*
are wa-ranted to ha of the best quv ; ty. wateh Spring
►teei skirts exchanged 15 not tatiifaciory, and all pat
ient to residence. *
Notice to Wholesale Bayers.
a»ve nave been la the Skirt business since the first
Vc&nlng of the trade, and ha* e branches of our boose
rail the principal cities of the Union, u well as Loa
.wn-and a# out London Agent famishes as oar steel
skunt cost—thus giving our customers the benefit of
*«st we should otherwise pay for commissions—wa
are sole to tell lower than any other manufacturer.
Order* py mall prompt’* attended to. Remember oar
wholesale rooms are at 3D and il -Lake-sC., (up stairs.)
L, TEIG£B, Proprietor for Chicago,
Sew Tork Factory, S» Bowery.
Chicago Post Oflce Box USB
•rSS-ly
pHATTEL MORTGAGE SALE.
Default having been made la the payment of
mooejssnurtdiobepaldby a Mortgage. dated the
tlilrUfrth <lav of Jane. A. D. 1361. executed sad de
livered by Benjamin E. Whiteman, mortgagor to tha
undersigned, Edward McGraw, mortgagee, which
mortgage Is of and otum die schooner or vessel called
the K G Gray, ana the mad*. spa’fl. sails, boat*,
anchor*, furniture*. and everyhing anpcrtatnlag oc
PcloDg’ng thereto, and cite a*<uer>)rae<l. mortgagee aa
afnrrado. claiming tt-nt there U cine to him. at tha
date of this notice, of the moneys secured to be paid
bv tie said mortgage, the sum of fifteen hundred dol
lars and interest thereon at the rate of *lt per centum
per annum, from the ihlrteentn day of Jane. ISsl
Notice is, tb^fffore, lieteby given that for the pur
pose of obt.dslrg payment «if me moneys claimed to
be due sa af-*re.-aid, tie said mortgage will be fore
clcsetl. and by virtue of a power of sale In said mort
gage contained, the undersigned. mortgagee as afore
*aid, will sell paid schooner K. G. Gray, her masts,
spars. paH» boats, anchors, chains, cables, ringing,
fcu-klc.spnarel.furmtme, and everything app-rtaiu-
I;>g or belonging thereto, at public auction, to the
biggest bidder. *‘U board of said schooner in the or.li*
Bo.'lo.Ln the City of Buiiaio, In the St do of New
cn the ninth day of April. 1303. at tea o'clock ifl the
forenoon ot thatd-iv.
EDWARD McGRAW. Mortgagee.
Wxtcn A Wii.lioc*. Attorneys. IS# Mila street,
Tpilalo New York. •
Dated Bulla© March 2T<l3fi3. mhlShZSStr
MORTGAGE SALE.-IVnerens,
on the seventeenth day of March. A-DIW,
>lsry I.ydcr (new wife cf Patrick Tom willia'a
t/Meara. ettctjred to t:>« undesigned, Rchard
CaMhew a mortgage □p' , a the nal eva.e Rerclaafu-P
drsctiWii to toeur?the paymrot oflb, ‘ rb
forty dollara serure-t to he paid t»y *?*?»££*
notes the first of i.i Won the ••th day of March. A. O.
and tl e serond of #?tn oa the Utb Ur of March
* TV i»st? wi»h intccst said notes bearing dale Marcia
i-.i, \ D % -ma executed by the said Wm. O’Meara
in.i\hrWVh"r loiter to the sail Carthew. and
Whir? Sida tnciiaace’ts. recorded In the Recorder’s
Office e( Cook t our.tv. llhn> luJtookS.. Page 137;
azld when-as. has been made In tie payment
of thelasttnentioned note, and -he conditions of said
rrertagcchavr betn broken by ;U1 Wo.O’Meara aut
ifstefitficr (now.Mary Dean..
yoe. the'cfAre. In pursuance of the power of salo
ard . then provbl-r s m sail mortgage ContUaed. Pub
lic nctlce is he'eby siren that ea me thirteenth day of
April a. D. ifCt. ut twelve o’clock at aoue, at the
tozth door of t.ifl Court House la Chicago lu sail
rorniy. lahaHceT a* public vendue to toe highest
bidder fur cash, the p*Mnls*>» described In said mort
gage. and all the light aad equity of redempt oa of
the laid mortgagors therein,and for the purposes la
said tnottgagf stated, the s 11 mortgaged premises
being thrre undivided fourth* of Lot number sLtteea
Ul*'. in Block number fortv (W».lo theS-Jiool Section
Addition to CWrano. together with toe Improvement*
In said three fourths of , ; »id !ots.
RICH XRD CASTHEW, Mortgagee.
Chicago, April 2d, tsyt. api-nyaSTO*
TT STATE OF HENRY B. GOOD-
J-i BICH. Dvccamd.—Public notice Is hereby
given to all ptrsons having claims and demands
epairst the estate of Henry B Goodrich, deceased, to
present the same for adjudication and settlement at a
regular ten* of the County Court of Cook County, to
be hold* a at U>c Court Il«u>e. In the city of Ctfcago,
oo the third Monday of May, A. D. 130. being the u.ta
dav thereof.
3 GALLUP A HITCHCOCK. Administrator*.
Chicago March SUh. 1563. mh3l-h>3»bW
T B. SEELEY’S TRUSS ESTAB
X« LISHMfcINT,
126 Clark Street, CWeaff*,Ml*
Bole proprietor ana manufacturer of the HardffaMMl
Truss, This Truss will cure Bapture, win n«T«nu*
chafe gall or blister, frees the eord&om «U

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