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gptrial 51 a tic ts.
Wc give too Are good reasons for using
Tan Denson's WomConfections:
j—cWWrcn cat them as readily as they dc candy.
Drive out worms thoroughly without pain.
S—Cleanse the stomach comp’etcly.
♦—Cure Low el and teething complaint*.
s—Restore health and rigor—give luster to the eye,
color w the cheek and cht erfolness to the spirits.
Send to the store ■where yon trade or to the drogsl*l
and get a box. If the merchant has not car worm
Confections get him to send to ns or
Ch*?e« hU drop* and get them. Cot tola oat »'
the store *tth yon and be sure and get only *ow
made by DECS e\ jjbOTHEBS,
Kingston, Ulster County, X. T.
dT" price only 23 cents a box. -22
t«MSb74!»-B«g*T-HfWl i, * UW
todine water.
•pore IOMV. 1» rore TTmtii. A eore ftir ScrofoU.
Comnmrtlo”. DT.rep.li, Itkeo«itU», Keorllgli,
Merrnrial Plae* »e*. all Miosi llstresslßg andiffllct
lac caladlci wtlcb arise tram an entetb'.ed, filiate i
stated the blood, defoctl re nutrition, an Impure at
icoarbere, Ac.
lia genuineness at a jure eolation and it> ezceUeaaa
s , a medicine a- e attested by such distinguished aataes
a*Pr..T.H. Chilton. Prof. X. H. Parker. Prot. J. C.
Booth, and others equally well known to aclence.
41 per bottle.
DB. H. JkXDEBS & CO.,
Physician* anil CteniUts, 42SBroadw»r.K. T.
BLISS & SHARP.
341 Lake street. Chicago. HI.
For sale IT
apS c237-3m
T)R. JAMES, (formerly of New
Orleans.) whose unrirallcd success lathe treat
meat of Chronic, Mercurial. Blood, and other diseases.
THAT REQUIRE SKILLFUL TREATMEXT.
Has pennanpotly located himself at 65 Randolph,
rtreet. Chicago. Dr. James is recommended by the me
dical faculty, ami the almost entire press of the South.
Thousands of unfortunates bless Dr. JAMES, who,
hnt for him. would he living a miserable exist*
esce The enviable reputation Dr. James cnjojsfrox
the Lakes to the Gulf. I: the mult of years of study
and obscrratioc.
Dr. James uses no Mercury.lodlde, Potasstt. Arseni*
«r Sarsaparilla. la the treatment of blood diseases,
bet a neutralizer. which Is a positive cure.
Organic Weakness cured by a new sad Infallible
tncthoc. saving both time and expense.
Office* and parlors at 80 Randolph street, (rp**lMrsJ
Office hours from 9 A. M. until 8 P. M.
CONSULTATIONS INVIOLABLE.
mhSl-liWJI-Sm
T OX DON EYE AND EAR
ISIIBIBABT,
Comer Randolph and Dearborn streets. Chicago. IU.
B. P REYNOLDS. M. D_ V. D. M- Ocallst acd Aurlst
of the Royal Oplhalmlc Hospital. London, and
of Ike fmverslly College. London.
Dr. Revrolds will warrant every case where the
erganb are pertetv In formation. Surclc^
performed and artitidal eyes Inserted In the moat sou
fUl and scientific manner. Citt KerKUKSOESr—UeT,
yy W I’awon.Eev. MosesWUUams,Bcr, KobertPatr'
tenon, D. D. mh2Sb»s-*w
OVUD TO Till-: LADIES.—AII
Ew)UonftOf«ieSUo.CMor()sl«.Cfrr#'ja sickness)
Ferrous Palpitation?. Pains In the Side, lortoratlonsor
ClcereoUheueckofthe Womb, Falltoeofthe
TmnornofUic Ah-lomac. DltccaUles and ObrtnicUoM
of the Monthly period/" hltes. and ether df*caarge»
tr.vurUbly curea liy Mkdicai. Kliectbicxtt. Dr
THOS. MA.CKINMS* Ekttro-Medic&l Institute ltd
jjite street, two doors cast of Wells. ( c*.* 1 0 .v
Oiace IkixSfiT. . nhl»-bll9-lm
HTHE CONFESSIONS AND EX
JL PFEBIEKCK OF A
KERVOI'S I\TAUB.
published forthebeneft tsdu a caution to young
meo and others who antler from Nerrona
Early Decav and their kindred alimenM-fOjwlyhu
Vie self-core. Hr <;ne who cared lumseu
ass?sSß&n , a to swMw
Elngsconnty. New York. jftJ9-z359-3ru
The good Samaritan
positively cores Ooosomptlon. «nd oil Ms»sr»
leading to It. Call or *tate your case by letter, w.th
ttatapr Advice free. Delay ta dangerous If yon are
discard. Thirty-one years practice and experience,
Ko calomel or mercury used Medicines sent by_n»ah
ercxnrcea. Othceand LaboratorviM 1-2 South Clark
“jSVjjawE*- PoltottlC ° l, ° l DR.PEABODY.
TJIPTHERIA! DIPTHERIA!!
Hiatt's Dlptherla Cnrc.GtrAaAJ.'TzeP to ctbe w hi
•AfIZfI.ORTIIE MONEY EEFUNDKO. The trade Supplied
by Lord A smith. Wholesale Druggists. 23 Lake street,
Chicago fe23 aSB3-3m
TJATCHELOR’S HAIR DYE.
JO* Thebestlnthe world.
WTT.T.TAW A BATCHELOR’S
Celebrated Hair Dye produresa color not to be dls
ttncutrtied froir nature—warranted not to Injure tbe
hair In the least; remedies the HI effect* of bad dyes,
wnd invigorate# the ba‘r for life.
GBEY, BED, OB BUSTY HATE
Instantly turns a splendid Black or Brown, leaving tbe
taj so.Huid beautiful. Sold by aft Druggists. Ac.
0'“ The genuine 1# signed William A. Batchelor oa
the four sides of each box. Factory, SI
yew York, (late 233 Broadway aad 16 Bond.) lyO-sTul-ly
I7> LECTRO-MEDICAL INSTI
1/ TUTE.
ÜB. THOMAS MACKINNIS,
of the TTclvefFltlC# of Pari# and Edinburgh, has e«tab
llehec the above Institute for tbe treatment of all
Chronic dl#ca»c3 by the aid of Medical Electricity.
This powerful remedy often time# buccccda when or
dinary medical means are of no avail. .
Medical Electricity when properly applied 1? almost
«a unfailing remedial agent. In diseases of the Ileaa
and Kcrvfu* fystum—?ach a# Ucadache#.beuralgla,
Epllei»f=y. Paralyet# Chorea, Convulsions, and In oa
cases ot the Eye and Ear. . . ... . ~
Medical Electricity J« applied with remarkable sue
<wla diseases ot tlfe Th««mi andßesplratory organs,
in Chronic bore Throat.Enlarged Tonsil#. In Goitre, In
Loe# of Voice, in Laryngitis, and Chronic Cough# and
Electricity Invariably refteves the worst
forms- of Chronic Dlarnu.es. Dysentery, Pile#, and
Woodvdlsrharce# from the bowels. .
*Memcal Iftcctrtcitv It very wlvantvgeou# Indl’easc'i
of the Bladder tod urinary organs. In Incontinence of
TTrti p Ac and In Seminal >i>aknc«# and General
Prostration It never fall# to work marredoM rcanlt*.
lUicnmallßm ol the worst Wm.s and all specie# of
Muscnlar Conlractlsh# iHjrmwenUy rollcred.
In the Diseases of Women, Medical Electricity is In
eontcftably the mort cuicacloas agent we bare. In
Swpflowion tbe Skin,ln Cblorosl#. |orgreea
\n>cr?t-n» Palj.Vuilois. Pains In th«bide. Inln/lora
«Jon? or Uicct> of the neck of toe Bo mb. 1 n Fol li n t<if
the Womb, tu immor? of the Abdomen, in JfH diOlcul
lle# and obstructions ot the Monthly period, and in
White# or olhe* - discharge#, Mvdlca! unl
fornily Roc.wsfol, Frencl: and German lncc
tro-Mcdlral
Well#. Chicago. PostOibcc Box3GI. Chicago.
mblS-bUs lm
TVf OTHERS! MOTHERS 11
JJX. mothers:!!
Pont fall to procure
MRS. WINSLOWS SOOTHISO SYRUP TOR CHIL,
auso. su» pRES TEETIHSC.
TIJ» valuable prer-arailoL I* tbe preemption of one
©fthomofct experienced and bkllUul Nurses In New
England, and baa bees used with never falling succea*
not'otilyraVcvra the child from pain. butlnvlßO
rates the riirtnacb and bowel*. comets acldlty iina
elves tone and energy to the whole system. It will al*
most luetaaily relieve
omrrso in the bowels and wind colic.
And' overcome Convulsion*. Y b iF h, J
rnnndled. fnn In death, He believe and
«urMtmnedv!n theworld.ln all cawHofDYSENTERY
™ndt)lAi:l:!ii:A IN ciIU-HEEN. -rtielhtr arising
from Talking or from any otner cause.
Full dln-ctlSni foniJnc vU] pSS;
None genuine unless the iac-fIHJIIe of CCRTIS & PER
KIN'S New York. Is on t.-icontade wrapper.
Sold by all Medicine Dealer*.
Principal Olfcce. 48Dey street. New York.
Pbjce oxlv £5 Cbst* Fit Bottle.
QATAKRHI CATARRH!
Dr. Sttlry’s liquid Catirrh Remedy,
& sure cure for
Catarrh or Cold in the Hssi
It I* easier to cure Catarrh than roasamptlon, and by
curing the drat we prevent the Inner. Person* should
aademand that We better way to cure consumption Is
of Catarrh. as ther generally appear,
are at mvt very slight. rcraonsflud they nave a cold
Sd find that they Gave frcuueat attacks, and areinore
Mi)satire to the changes of temperature la this cot-
Stioo the nose may be dry. or a sUgat discharge. tKlo
and acrid, afterwards becoming thick and adhesive.
a* the disease becomes chronic the discharge* are In
creased in quantity, and changed in QBsJßyj; Jhey are
now thick and heavy and are cither cot rid ot by blow
toAtenw or else theviall into tße throat and are
off. The secretions are offensive.
~u&e abid tweilh; the voice is thick and the
eye* are weak, the *ense of smell is lessened or do
taMEDT. «n
onemouth.withfuU and clear direction*. »ent by ex
Address Dr, D, 11. BEELTE,
Pott Offlce Box <y.L Chicago. ItL
W‘ B CHALLENGE THE
WORLD to produce a preparation so eminent
ly harmless, eo generally orpr®ved.acd so perfect In
Its operation, as ..
••CUISTADOIfO’S HAIR DTE.”
It correct* the Injurious eflecteofotherdye*. Invigo
rate* the Hair. 1* applied in a simple manner, operaw*
instantaneously, do** not stain tae skin, and its tint*
»re the counterfeit* of Nsture. __
ManulictU'ed by J. CIUSTADOBO, S House.
New York. Sold everywhere, and applied by au Hair
CO. ft 50 and SA.fO per box. according ta *l*e.
Crifladoro e iialr Prescrvaiive la lnvata*blo with his
Dye as It Imparu the eolte*** ihomort beau
tiful glc**. and great vitality to the Hair
Price.MccuU.lLM.auA 52,00 per bottle, according
To size. TuUitv-bW-tm
fTS
HAIR RESTORER
AND
ZYLOBALSAKIUM ?
G onvtacing Testimony:
*«Aaf-tSSSmf American Mh'c TOoa Kew
York City, write*: "I rcrv chcerfu 1 1? » d o_m y
ssszasri
Ret.Tort City: ‘‘My hilr li
chanced to lu natural color, and growing on bald
•‘pot/*
Ret. .1. ii. CORKEXI.. New York City: -1 procure*
It lor a relative. The falling of toe hair stopped,
and rertorea it from being grey to IU natural and
beautiful color.’* •*’ '
3tT. J. WEST Brooklyn, L. Lt “I Will te<tHT to
their value lu the moat liberal sense. They
restored my hair where It was bald. and. where
prey, to Us original color.’*
.Set. A. WEifSTtU. Boston. Mas*.: “ I hare n#ed
them vrfth great effect. lam now neither baW nor
cicj . Hay hair wa« dry and brittle; It Is now soR
astnvonlh.
Rev. H. V. DEGEb. Boston. Mu*.: •• Tbit they pro
mote tfce growth of the hslr where baldacsi b. I
have the evidence of my own eyes,”
Sold by Druggist* throughout the World.'
pjtiKcirAi. sales orncx,
So. 198 Green\rich street, flew York.
Certificates
jffil as above. «
feKsOH&n-uwak
Banking gnft (Sichangt.
JJAKKING OFFICE OF
J. A. EtHS Sc CO.,
Craoioo, March 2, 1553.
The undersigned having purchaaedtba stock cf lha
Trsder’e Bank of Chicago, and succeeded to luhuslnea*,
tare opened an office In this city, on the Northwest
comer of Lake and Clark street*. for the purpose of
doing %
General Banking and Exchange Business.
Wn will pay particular atteallon to tbo purchase and
ule of Exchange. Cola and Treasury Notes, and will
be pleated to act as correspondents or agents for coun*
fey banka and bankers.
TTe will also keep for sale Frilled States Rereads
Stamps, on which we allow a dlssennt oi four per
cent, when ordered la amount* of (500 and upwards,
and ot three per cent, on amounts of (100.
i. A. ELLIS * CO.
n&aS&Oa
E. I. TIKEHAM, Cashier.
BANK OF AMERICA.—PubIic
Notice is hereby given, that all Bill* or Circulat
ing Notes of the
« BANK OF AMERICA, 5 *
Heretofore incorporated and doing business in the city
of Chicago.under the general hanking la'w of toe »tote
of Illinois, must be presented forpavinent to the Audh
lor of Public Accounts of said Stale, at his office.ln
the cltv of Springfield, within three year* from the
date hereof, or the funds deposited lor the redemption
of said notes will be given up to wvld ban3c,
nstMl tuisaoth darof Mav. A. D. _
"■ iea GEOUGB SMITH JPresident.
Y, W. WrtLABP. Cashier. J><S-g7lttojel-«U
TIE MERCHANTS, FARMERS
AMD MECHANICS SAVING'S BANK.
82 Clark Street, Chicago, 111*
Office hours from JO A. M. to 8 P.M. Also, from S P
M. to H P. M. Tuesday and Saturday.
INCORPORATED IN 1801.
tlx pet cent. Interest paid on Savings.
DIBECTOna AJfP omczßfi.
President—S. H. FLEETWOOD.
Tl«.Prcs't—K. C. PnurjiAar. Counsel—Wm. C. Gotmr
Vlue-PrsaV-P JLVTEaTTaix. Cashier—Svuskt Mveaa
jiOABD OP KXA3UKZBS.
J.C.Faigo. J.M.Uouutrtc, M. Lewis,
J.R. Jones T.S. Phillips. S. S. Hayes.
J. liehiiu PevJ)J)anne.VG.C. S. I)p:e,
F.H. Williams, J.G.Gindele, A. H. Hurley.
Ed. Hemrstebd. T. 11. Beebe. W.B.ScatM.
H.N.FlshopJ)il..D. A. Gsue. Eon. WB. Ogdcu.
J. il, W. Jones. W. K. Poggett. scH-uwv-ly
n ILMAK, SON & CO.,
BANKERS,
4T Exclianse Place, New Tortt.
Particular attention devoted to Western business.
Wkktebjc UKrtECSCES.—Chapin, wheeler & Co,.
Chicago. 111.: Wisconsin Marine and Fire Insurance
Co Bank Milwaukee; Shite Bank of Town and
Branches: State Savings Association. St. Louis.
nihUMitaS-ly
T.
W. DREXEL & CO.,
Bankers and Brokers,
42 South Clark Street, Chicago, El,
DEALERS IN
DOMESTIC aND POEEIGN EXCHANGE,
Stocks, Paak Notes. Land Warrants, Specie. &c„ &C.
Deposits received. Collections promptly made.
Drafts on Ireland, France and Germany, fbr sale la
cams to suit
DRAW OJf
B£Al>, DREXEL dc Co., New Tork.
DREXEL & Co., Villladelplila*
Piy3rltC‘ly
DOOLITTLE,
BANK E R ,
<0 Sonth Clark street Chicago. nilnoU
D(Pf'Ktcrci-*‘lvfd. Kxcbancc and S 'lrtnnd
CTerv facility for the transaction of all business per
talcfnc to Hanking. aiy3 r-»-ly
H.
F. COOLBATJGU & CO.,
BANKERS, CHICAGO.
DepocJta received. Prompt attention given to the
tJO-'lijCss of correspondent-*.
W F Coouudgu, CooLßAtron & Brooks.
Chicago. Barllnston. lowa.
w
State Bank of lowa money converted Into Butted
Stale** TreaauiY Notes at par or New York Exchance
at not over 1, the premium on presentation at our
coanter. _rnh'^t-b^tt93ni_
ffrsposala.
■PROPOSALS FOR DESIGNS,
X MODELS, and PIiKIISG OF TIiEiSUUr
SOTEE.
Tbeasuet DaPAßTitwfT, March 23. IS'jS.
X’rr-po? i!» are hereby Invited for DfJgai lor
v Notes to be Issued under the act approved Marcus 1.
IKS.
Proposals will be received far tbo denominations of
10f, 2oV, r>o>, 100'#, W y"s. I.OUO’s end 5.W-0 #. tlic right us
ing reserved by the Secretary of the Tieasury to ok.II
any of tbo above denominations from accepted offers,
or to substitute tbc designs of one denomination for
those of another, or to use them Inurclmogeabiy. or
to alter ti.elr legend*.
The designs mn*l be national In tlielr character, and
preference will bo given, under equal circumstances,
to such as have uotbecu u-ed. In whole or la part, up-
IU ruuj B9 (Ut>g tlUfa ucuu
on any currency, bond, certlflcatc. or olhe representa
tive of value, and completed bills mast all be of the
uniform size of seven Inches by three laches.
Proposals iuu*t be for both the obverse and reverse
of the notes. ' The obverse must proroluenrly present
the words “Trearitut Kote.” with tbe following or
similar legend; "Two years nfier date tbo United
f tales will pay to bearer fifty dollars, with Interest at
five per cent, per annum, payable semi-annually. as
1 On the first day of October, 16C3, one dollaraodflity
cents. _
On the first day of April. 1804, one dollar and fifty
CC Oa*tbe first day of October. 1861, one dollar and fifty
C< Orf the first day of April. 1565. one dollar and fifty
The sums denoting the accrued and accruing Inter
est most be placed near tbe centre of the wldta of the
note and about two Inches from Its right-hand end.
fcpuce must be allowed for the seal and for the signa
ture# of the Treasurer and UcgGler.
On tbe reverse there most be two tablets,to contala
the following legends, or such others of about the
same number of words as may be substituted by tbe
«-iu be exchanged by the Treasurer
orany Assistant Treasurer, or any specially designated
ccpo.-itary of tbe United Statcefor United Statesnotca
euual In ar»ount toll* face value and Interest to last
date of interest payment;’* or "Tills Hotels a legal
tender to the same extent as United States notes fonts
fuco value, without Interest.” , ... .
2d. ••Every person making or engraving, or aiding to
make or engrave, or passing or attempting to pass any
imitation or alteration of this note: and every person
havlrglr possesion a platcor Impression nrule in imi
tation ofll. or any paper made lu imitation of t-iat on
Which the note >9 primed. Isgullty ofieloav. and sub
ject to fine not eireedlrg one thousand do.lars. or■ im
prisonment not exceeding fiilacn years at hard labor,
° PropO'a’s will be received until the 13th day of Air ft.
ism. and must In aft cases be accompanied by model*
or Illustrative drawings.
Proposal# may be mace for designs alone, o. for com- .
pbted die?, or forttie entire work of engraving and
piloting. Iftbe proposals are far the entire wors the
r-rice must l*e separately sta’ed for fnrnWring tne dies,
hr making tbei>i»ie*.(tcclndliigiiU can lurrecnvc, tag)
for printing per t.WO impression# of four notes eacx
and for paper per I .KW Itnoresrion#. and a sampleof the
pai*er proposed to bn u#cd. with t bn name of the maker
thereof, must accompany the oroposais. Proposals
also state the length of lime required after ac
ceptance of a bid before utllverics will commence and
then after the number of thousand Impressions that
*lf\bc proposal# arc for the entire work they mu«t
nl«o state at which of the following post o aloes thelm
pr. Mlon? win be delivered, properly packed for trans
mlH-lon, fra® of any charge for package ordelivery,
viz: at Kt. Lonls. Cincinnati, Chicago. Buffalo.New
I, reserve# tbe right to accept designs
only aadcuusc the engraving 10 be done by other pat
ties than those making tne proposal, or to accept de
riensand dies ftr-d canse the transferring and printing
lobe done by otters, or to reject a part or all of any
proposal. »* maybe forthe intweatpftbe Government.
In all coses of accepted bids the designs and die#, to
gether with all rolls, bed-pieces. plates, or other copies
thereof must be the sole and exda-lve property oftae
United States. Those rejected will be returned to the
respective bidders. .... . ... , „
In tbe selection of designs special attention will be
given to security against counterfeiting aad aitcra
''proposals and design# must be enclosed In sealed
cnTclopcs and directed totho Secretary of the Treas
ury and plainly endorsed *' Design# and Proposals for
Treasury Note#."* and will be opened on tbe hah day ol
April. Iffa. at 12 o'clock M. 8. P. CH ASL,
tub® KTSU-cwtonpllS Secretary of thoTreisary.
PROPOSALS FOR BEEF OAT
-1 ti.e. —■
Sealed Proposal? arc Invited until 12 M. of the 15th
dayofAp’ll. 198. for furnishing to the Subsistence
I)ennitmcnt4.Ool e»d of tteef Cattle.
He Cattle to be delivered at Washington. D. C.. *n
the 25ib day ef April, or as soon thereafter as the Gav
cmrocßt may direct, . , .
The cattle to average at least 1.3H) pounds gro»>*. and
no aula al to weigh less than HWl* ponrd*.
Any iwrscn dr-Mrlnp to bid for a lew number than
4.000 should *o state it In Ll*bid.
A botd with good and sufficient security will be rc
<*tPropofnl9 from contractors who have failed to com
plv with former Wds. from disloyal persons, and from
tposcwhoaierot pnstnt to respond to their bio*,
will not toe convWercd. . ......
Payment to be made in certificate* of indebtedness/
or buch otherfutds as Goycn-nient may nave for dls
blAlfTldatob'»accompanied by a
by two net sons and directed to COL. A. BECKWITH,
A D C.andC.S.D S A, Washington, D. C„ sad en
dorsed ** Prcpospls for Bm Cattle.”
Form op Gcibantrb:
We. —.©ftheconnty of .and State of —-, d*
hereby guarantee that —1* able tq fulfil the contra - '!
In sccordHDce with the terms ol his prono-dtlon. and
that, should uls jiropo-ltlou be accepicd, he will at
ouce enter into a contract in accordance therewith.
Should the contract beawardcdhlm, weare prepared
tobecomehls MCitrllles. .....
<Thls guarantee most I* appended to each bid )
The rcsponvlbUliy of the persons rignlnc the guaran
tee mU't be Phoam bv the orrctAl. certificate of the
Cletkof thenearertDlstrlct Court or of wo Unued
Stale* District Attorney. MIBWT , T
Bine which no >*or comply with tub ano vx will
ns REJacrnn. aps^ewr-td
rPHE UNION" BRIDGE BUILD-
J. IXG Committee will rccclre sealed proposal*
until tlw 15th d«v of April for building a bridge aero**
Bureau Creek. i!.W mUta north of Princeton station,
on the C D.*Q.ILH. Said bridge to be W ft. mala
sran. replug on two stone pier*: appro*chea to aatae
about tfi ft. Also, one bridge SO n. ?pan. Contractors
to furnltdi material and give ample t-ecurlty for doe
KS;n„T^s n .K-c.w,. p .SS i? m^STor
Itl'M',* clwlnnan.
C.M.PniFSTLST. Secretary.. ap.** ciaaut
Bogs.
BAGS* BAGS, BAGS,
PARWELt/S
- STEAM BAG MANUFACTORY.
• bo. 133 South Water at. Chicago.
■jdags and Saoks
• Oi every description famished on short no
’lice tna printed with Xkw and Hexurifci.
61HKOS YAIiWULL.
.ao»MT*l-iy
NORN EXCHANGE.
KJ
Bag Manufactory.
HART, ASTEN & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF
BAGS!
Of every description.
157 South Water Street. 157.
Mix. LMIIS.
seamless,
burlaps,
Triform,
GTIAIX.
GtJXXY,
HAM AHD FEED BADS.
ttr Second-hand bags r.iwayS on hand.
Raps loaned to shipper*.
mytttag-iy —————
T OTTBKIES. —Tolm A. Marris
JL/ * Co •« Delaware state Lottery trill he hraira la
>Slln»Uptnn.Delaware. _ _
Every W.dDcaday aaiSftnrOar
Dmtas the year. Frla'a raasefrom V*'i nTi ii v' ° r
atcn.av. of Ttckcta. addvtM A, J. nACHK.
• mbti-bcyi-ist 163 Broadway.y. i._
■VTIGHT SCAVENGER.—CharIes
-LA Runt will attend to the cleaning et YatdU. Priv
ies. and the removal of offensive matter of all desenp
don*, spoiled meat*, dead animals, AC., &c Rainwater
cktcns cleaned aod narlood. All work nttenood tc
with promptnm and dl“patch, and at bourn uostaoit
able. Post Office Box 41b. rohlAbSMin
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MONDAY, APRIL 13, 1803.
LIST OF LETTERS
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Atkins Encinda mrfi Anthony Matilda
Adame Mary mr* Armetronu Eliza mn
Adolph Marian mrs Arkison Ellen miss
Abbe Sophrouia mrs Archatd Eliza mls&2
Ackley Helen miss 2 Ashley Stephen mra
Asncn Margcret miss Ayers Mary xnlea
Allen R C mra Austin Eliza mra
Anderson Eliza mra
Baker Eliza miss 2 Beam AC mra
Bale? Trunk miss 2 Belknap Mary J miaa
Baky Sophia miss Bell Mary miss
Baker Alice mles Belloras Hiram mra
Babbitt Bcllahmlfis Benjamin Ellamlsa
BailcvKate BeetMarthaCmra
Bailv’Kmilv E Benedict Angle rars
Ballard 51 ary miss • Bksdl Lizzie F rules
Balk Magdalen mrs Brindell Mary miss
Baldwin i; miss Bishop Cornelia mra
Barker Eliza mrs Bishop Annie mra
Ba'gcr Charlotte miss BTllard Annie miss
Baikcr Jfolllc A miss Blakely Cornelia H mrs
Bather slarian P mrs Blanchard E B rare
Barclay Lurien mra Bliss Amelia mils
Bametoellcn Shim BlessW A mrs
Barns AM mrs Blakctlee Lydia Atm mra
Bamard Ada mrs Blake J 21 mrs
B»nv Catherine F mrs Bohtcn Caroline mrs
Baxter Eliza J Boles Mary J mrs 2 .
Baxter Eliza mrs Bolaa Catherine mrs •
Baxter ElizaO Bocman F R mrs capl
Battle George mrs Boyd Jane miss
prartv Fannvmiss Brown H W miss
Branford Jaiiemra Brown Martin mrs
jVasil M M m»s Bunker Dell miss
Brant Eliza mrs Buckner Emcline
Bonne Anna mrs 8 Buffham Matilda Amiss
Brankcy J C mrs Buckley Ellen mis*
Briggs Elvira P mrs Burke J A mrs
Brkgs Lucy Dinks Byrne J mrs
Briftol Henry mra Barnes 9 H mrs
BriMolßCmrs Burns Catherine mra
Brooks Julia mra Byrne Bridget miss
Brown Louisa mra Baakirk Elizabeth
Bruce Anuie miss Byers Lucinda miss
Brown Martha mra ButterfleldME mr»
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CalnulnfTMana mra Clancy Julia mra
Campbell Charlotte C Clark B F airs.
Campbell Mufy nisi Clarke W L mra
Campbell Ellen mra Clarke SI) mra 2
Contiue Laura inlea Cobo Mary mra
Cannon Annie miss Colby Mary mra
Cary Q "W mra Comorron Maria mra
Carpenter Samuel mra Cole M C mra
Carpenter George mra Connell Path ror»
Carr S P mra Conyne F miss
Carver Laura A miss Cook Louisa mr*
Carroll T C Coryle Annie miss
Casey Catharine mra Cox Henry mra
CarMvell NeVon mra Gorkin* Maggie miß3
Carney M&rrmlaa - Cox Jemhiamrs
Gaelic Louie* miss Cossilt Mary E miea
Cary Fidelia mien Crane Minnie miss
Con on Elizabeth miea Grafts Amanda rnra 2
ClialoniT Lmma mica Creed Jobu mra
Champion Clara miea Cummins Mary mias
Childers Charlotte mra Cullard J P mra
CliaeetViLon mra Cutting Mary Ann mra
Chase Charles miea C'ushman C mra
Church Mary miss Curtis Eason w mra
Clayton Anna mra Curtis Sarah M miss
DatcheVrDß mra Doll Sarah Boers mra
Dane LM miss Doran Biddy miss 3
Duly. CP miss • • Douglas Nellie miss
Daniels Joel mra Dotigall Naomi miss
DucylitTly 31 C miss Doyle Mary mrs
Dailey Patrick mra Doyle 3lary miss
Davis A J miss Drummond A 31J miss
Davis WII mrs Drake B B mra
Davie S mra ‘ Dow.i Kllen mrs
Davie M J mra Drake Knoda miss
DeanM J mrs Doyle Sarahrars
DeFiim-st Cordelia Doyle Margaret miss
Del’ing LucyL mrs Doffs Josephine mrs
Dcztncad Libido G mica Dannlgaa Bridget mist
Devine 3Vm mrs Duffy Annie miss
Dickinson ID mrs Duel Helen mles
Dickerfonituy mrs Dntm LorettaL migs
Doctor 3131 mrs Dutlield Mary miss
Doliu Pauline li mrfl Dunlap Jinuie mrs
E<*onars Jfariali miss Elam SJ miss
EHiott Mary Ami mrs Emerson Lizzie mm
El«cm Ellen miea Evans 31arla mrs
Elkiua Heita il mrs End Louisa F mrs
Eldrcd Norman mrs
I’cpan Catherine mlea Ford Lizzie miss
Fart-l Mary Fox Henrietta mra 2
Faulkner John mra FostertJeo mra
Ferris Mary mra Foster Olive M mrs
Farlin Elisa Foster 71A mrs
Fitzgerald Mary miss French Emre
Firniim Margrct miss French Annie M miss
Flood Marr miss Freeman E C mra
Flynn Susan Fumur Nancy miss
Foie* Thoa raw Fnnston .1 urns
Fouf Bridget miea Fulton Mary cues
JTarr C mrs Goodrich Martha
Gallagher Sarah mrs Goodman Helen M mra
Gavin Catherine mh-s2 GossEMmiss
Gaston A E miss Gosselln Rebecca miss
Gm field Caroline Gotf Frames raise
Gault C A mra Gould E U miss
Gerard Samuel mrs Gray Ann miss
Ganns Martha A mra Graham S V mra
George mrs Graham Susan mra
Outran Bridget miaa Gregg C A miss
Gibson Elia? mra Gregorio tfalcssi m:s
Gillespie Catherine mra Gnlld Rufus B mra
Gilbert Jennie miss 2 nubbins Mary G mrs
Glaney Celia miss Guerin Mary miss
Gortschins John H mra Guerin Catherine mist
Hallowell JonathanLmrsHcndenron Wm mra
HaflVrt Anne Hewitt Ruth II miss
Raugct Mary A mra HevilrngS raise
Hallrtjrau IVm mra Hldrs Sarah P mrs
Haggard Belle C miss Hickey Mary miss
Hallowell Elir.abcthSmrpHin Sarah J mra
Haight Eliza rare Dills PC rare
Hulforeii Ellen Boaplan John C mra
Dak* H mrs Holmes Angk* A miss
Dale Martha L mrt Holmes MolHc miss
Bile Allied ran Hopkln? mre _
Hale Roscainia miss Hommen Manamisß
Daimnell E K mrg Hooker Alice G mist
Hanchett N Jrars Hoonpor Mary mre
Hannahs F< auk rars Hopkins Ueury mrs
Harris Emma II Horn Carrie mUa
Hayes Kate mrs ‘ Howard E A mra
Have B State Howard Harriet
Hayes Lizzie miss Howard Ana mrs
Haves Elizabeth miss Hudson Chn? H mre
Hayward Emma C miss Hughes Ellen miss
' Baynes Janerar# Hunt Samuel mra
Hcaffind V H mra Humphrey J mra
■ Hvaflcld John mrs Humble M A mra
Hvfl* nau Jolmuua mra Huntington H L mrs
Htndricks H A mrs Humphrey IIL mra
James Rebecca mles Johnson Harrictmra
Jcnnirgs Fannie miea Johnson iJclie mra
Jc'vcll Jno H mra Johnston T SI mra
Kcolmnc CatherinoEmrs Kettleson 7?eVia mist
Keating Elizabeth mrs Kilmon Jane C mrs
KeltouSlary J miss EBlcomSUrymisa
Kei.hoe Lucy Jl mrs Kibble Harriet mrs
Ki mpor Mary B mra Kihho Harriet mra
Kellogg Laura A miss Kilbcuhie Jennie mrs
Keh’hnr Ellen mi: a King Katie mrs
Kcllv Delia miss * Knox Clara Qmrs
Kelly Catherine Knapp Maud A mra
Ladin Rosy miss Lewis AM mrs
Luke Mary mr* Lester.T mra
Langdon Clara mrs Lines Mary mra
Lmglees Ro«cttn miea Little Hattie mis*
Loshhrook John mr* Locke Mary A miss
Lawton Maria Biles Locke Hannah L mis*
Law ton Marv A mrs Locko Mary mis*
Lawrence Limbic miss Loomlrs .Ta- G mrs
Law rence Sarah mr* Loveless Allie A
Lawler Mary A mrs Dozier France* E mi as
Lcmoine Harriet mis* Loughan Margret miss 4
LcacbiifV Anna miss Lyman C L mrs
Lee Sarah mrs Liuch John mrs
Lewis Martha A mIEB
arc
McCnbe ifargarct mra McLeish Wm mra
McCarthy Mery mra McLoon Ann mr*
McCloud Ann mis* McNahb Mary miea 3
McClellan Clara E miss McN'abb Mary J miss
McCne Jane McMullen mr*
McEvnin S H mrs McPherson KateM mist
McGuircMiirgn t mis? McPhetridge Amandanr*
Mclntyre Carrie M mis* McQuaid Mary A mis*
McKiuacy Kate mr*
Maher Mary J mrs 31511s Charlotte mis*
Mansfield Hannah M mreMilllgan A A mrs
M:mn Ellen miss Miles Harrct A miss
Marsh Henrietta miss. Miller Robert W mr*
Marx Ague* mrs MUlcr Fannie mis*
Martin Ezra mr* Minton Ann mrs
Marlin HoHricttamieß JTonros Mary mrs
Martin Elizabeth mr* 3lobley Catherine
Martin Lizzie miss 3forganLM miss
Mason Jas mra Morris Richard B mr*
3l«vnsrd mrs Mott Adeline I) mrs
MaeonH Lmrs Munn Asa Bmra
Mi-rccr Henry mrs Mungln Eliza Beth mrs
Merrill Philoncha mrs Jlnrphy H mra
illlltr Dorothea mrs 9 Murphy Eliza
MIEs Lottie miss
Is cwbowor Barbary mra North Alda G miss
Nichole Altbca mra Nyo Rena miss
Norton Kate mis*
OlmstradFrank miss o*bom Albert mr*
OrrEmeline mra o*Burn Elizabeth
Otis Lavinia mra O'Connor Mary A mils
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Packard EdcrN mrs 2 Platt Mary miss
Panton Vesta J mra Pickens Martha mrs
Palmer Farnh mra Power Johanna
Parrish Mary E mra Poulson Margaret mrs
Patrick Fannie mt-a Pratt Neweon mr*
Perkin* Clara H role* Price Sarah E mlas .
Pcttiboi e Martha miss Ihrito Eveline mlai
Peter Mina miaa 2 .
F J mrs
Ramlril Judy tnra Richards Harriet mra
Kay Jennie E miss Rickcnon AM mn
Rcvnolds Ami mIM Rigby John mra
Ecj Mary miss Riley Kate miss
Vcttercr Lina miss Roberts Margaret mra
Kecnoraon Ooroline miseltoblnHjn Sarah L mra
Raxell Anna E mies Robinson Nellie
jj t ., cc \vm nufl Rowland Jennio B tars *3
RcfrniderEmmamlsaS Rutley Amanda mrs
Recce Carrie miss Rosa Ann mrs
Salomon Sarah misa Smith Ella
Eanincl F C mbs Smith Jonnlcmies
Sauenherc MnryJmre 2 Smith Olive Jaflc rars2
Sautlctßr.li Ji miss 2 51 A “i 1 ® ,
Sava sc Mary A miss Smith Mary L ml-s
SavvvvT Martha Smith Gi-ogre J au»
Sanford Josephine mra Soraghan Elizabeth mra
Samlcreon V mra Sorrell 3aha miss
Fasten Maevie mra Spooner Harriet Fnln
Scovllle SaSrnel mra ■ Spooner Harriet C truss
Srolt Marr A mra , Spencer Maty tales
Scott Mairmra 8l George Fannie mist
Scott Silas L mra 2 St Clair Acme miss
Fc-er Annie mlaa Staeman Maty misa
Shank Emily mra Stannaui W; B mra
Sheilcck Mary misa Stchbms Jtellie mra
Shea Eliwhelh Stanton Agnes mlaa
Shepardeon tars Steams Clara C mlaa
Slnvera Mary mra 2 Steven? Clara L mlaa
Shwrin Catharine mles StewaitHmiss
Sherwood Chos L mrs Stewart I rand* U mrs
Simon
Sllbcrman Hannah mlaa Steves,Tßrora
Skinner Sarah min SHU" cN F ? r ? ißa
SmaleWßrnra * Styles Sarah mia*
Smeal JOmrfi Sail ran Ann mra ,
Snider Alonzo mr* „ Sn! Iran Catherine
Aucnsta M mlea 6 Swift S B mrs
Smith .Tlfmra Sutcliffe Llnrio miss
Smith Delia mlaa . sundcrlin Epnlsa mlaa
f tiiilh S J mra 2 . Sweeney Bridget mrs
Taylor Ida Thomas E J mrs
Tnu John T mrs Tuohey IJbble miss
Tevltjy Roxana M mra Tonslec Clara true*
Tavlor Alicerora - Tobcy Marun ton
Toes Emily I) mra Tucker Cornelia mra
Elizabeth hits Tuttle L G mrs
Thayer Marcla.mr« Tucker Hannah mra
Tharer Eliza mra Tuell* H M mrs
Thistle Jane mra *r -Tucker Martha miss
THlou-on Mancrra miss Tucker Marihainn.
TibhUta Maggie roles 2 Twoomay Maggie mra*
Underwood Lucy mrs Uglou Jane mra
Von Vonol Sarah mrs Vaninucgon 1
Vonoudvii J C mn Vaughn Ella mis*
Wfliic Emma mra Wing Loulra
Wslknr TilHe P Winter Nellie M miss
Wall Mary D mra Winter Anne mrs
Wallace KatieH Amr*2 Willmsns A D mis*
Wallace* Tlirrcac mrs Williams E M mid*
Ward Arnette mrs Wilson Jennie mrt
Warner riepeie E mrs W'ilson Solomon mrs
Watennan p mra Wilson Lottfsn miss
Watfoii J B mrs Woodcock Hannah mra
V.'atfcon F P mra Woodruff Eliza A mlsa
Watkic? Sarah mrs W oodvr orth Mary J mrs
Weldon Fi ank G miss 2 Woodman E A miss
Waleh Hay roles Woods May A mrs
Wliltm vWm Fmrs Wood Stephen R mrs
Wliithock Nelson mrs Wood Blaoch miss
Wllroarth Jftmcsmrs Wright Jennie miss
Wilcox M mis* W right Lavenva mrs
Wileou-Carrle miss Wright Sara nusa i
WilderNPmrs
Young Hannah M mrs Yeager Mary M mrs
Young limmaLmrs YoungMaryrars
young Eliza Yonngnure A mrs
Initials.
Hieb L B, Madison street
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Allis John E Allen Sami B Angus John D
*veryAM Avery OB' Arthur Wlicapt
Austin ATV Anderson Thoe 2Allen Win II
Ashley A G AckermanCtoH Alexander W D
Aehwoith Chas Arnold-Jacob Ash Michael
Adams Cluster Arnold Ja? W Abhetry tar
AvervChas AndersonJ Abbott & Klng-
Acklt-yCC Anthony James man
Axman David Andcrr-on Jus AlexaadcrEß col
Adiims EE Alver.oa Josiah Austin VT W
Ackerly liichaid Ahtues John
Pates BZ Bailey J»s Blanchard Ma>
Ha-tkitAlex Barton Win A tin
Baker Mara S BatrhamWm BeasonMA B
Babcock O M BartonWmH BlommettMrS
BanyonA Baker M C Benson Jullua
Barker AFtercusßartholorncyJnoßlake is Elliott
Barrett A C BallonMß Billow Fred R
Bae.ctCbasH BantleMr Blamrs Wm
Barnet Chaa Blackman JoshleßKtherwickMor-
Baker C 8 »an
BailovCbas Bennett JH2 Billing?&Co
BarclavDL Bieboe Junius BlaneyAMtrlner
Bothwlll David Benhaus Jaa Benjamin Almon
Barton EM J Blanks Jas M
Barrow D E or JBell Joseph Bennett D R
W Berry John Beckwith Robt
Barlow Edward Bennett Jno C Birde Patrick
Baxter Richard BelfeiteWm BicknolE
Babcock SP Blether'WnF Bloat Aimer
Babcock T Blakkefleld Wmßelote Elmer
Barnett H Bennet Walter Bennett E A
Barnes H P Beecher Lewis BelknapSiephcn
Baldwin H A Benson W C W
Bliss Geo H Bolt D AC Branson JL
Bittinger Geo WBradley David Brown Ira
Bell Geo. Brown ES Bower JL
Bender J W Bradley Richardßranston John
BcaUD Brown 511 BrooksLA.
Beardsley JJ BogueDß Bower John
Benjamin J G Brown 1) C Brundage Lewis
Barnes & Brake Brown Fr-derickßonnfleld W B
Brown J A Brcnton SamuelDradbury Win B
Bmcc Mr Lakeßowne Gerehamßrowniug Wm
6t2 Boyenton Geo Bond Wm
BolceL Brewt-ter T P Brown WmM
Brown sfr Brewster TD Boyer CE3
Brown MM Bsrk Henry Brodle Chat Mas
BropbyMT BoutwellProf ter
BralnardLM Bromley HenryßnitfeltChas
Brown Lewis A Boyle Geo Brooks C II
Bristol LW Boon Isaac Boyle Patrick
Broken W S Brace A
Bruce Alonzo 3 Buckley Maurlceßullock S S
BradleyAMetcslfßurgess Wm T Birch GB dr
Boiler A BnnbunyWmD Burroughs E
Brainard&Ma- Bums Wm Buckley Tbos
ther 8 Burgess WT Butter EC
Bryan BF dr 2 Bumford Wm Buckner A C
Brown Burtha BurkWm BnahneUM
Branckxnsu & Burnham John Butter Oliver M
Baxm Burkhont \TB2 Butter 0 R 3
Brown BF Butler Jos Buslmell mr
Bruce B F Burnham F W Burger D Q
Bradley C Byron Hodge L Brant 0 R
Brown & Chaitc Bulterworth Hi Brent Ch-ia A
Brink Perry Byrn H B
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Caser James Clarke LJ 2 Colby AJ& co
Carl James Campbell Water-Cafe Jas S
Cate J D man UamiltouChase G M & co
Cothcnrt Jacob & Story Clark Thoa
Carter James Caea A B Chambers J B
CarmodyJobn Campbell CC ChamplinJ B
Cathcart J S Cody Chester C Chamberlin J D
Caswell Nelson Cassedy R Z Church J F
Calrit John Cain Paul Clark John S
Carroll Walter SCardsEß Clarke WnC
Cash Hcrin Caseil R Chapin John
Calvert Wm H Clark S A Clark U"
Cahill Uyran Crossman G H Clarke WII
Campbell W CastnnFred Clark Wm H
Carey mr Carter TS Charlton Wm
Clark W H Capbell G C Chamberlain R
Clafliu Lee CarrcllGeoß JSco
Chapman N E Chase Elish Colins John
Clark &coOW Cloud Geo J Commons Wu-
Childs Otis Crowe Jas ■ lianiH
Cleveland C T Colby J 8 Colter Wm
Clark Caleb 2 Condon Jas Cooper Lionel! J
Clark Oil CorcJH Conrad L
Clarke dr Colletts JB CoryililowF
Clark B H Cornell J L Culloton Michl
ClcrelandDF Crowley Thoa Couueermr
Chapel D A Copeland J1) Coulau Peter
Clemens S A Cook Aco JVV CosslemanChria-
ClowDarid CoscnsGA tjan
Chandler FmccieCotiorcr [Jona-Coleliour Cw
ClarkSemore .than L 2 Colson CharlesW
Criitoplu-rE II Cochran John Colbert* Barker
Clor.uhKoht Conaor John. Elias
Clark Geo H Cordhis John Colbern Ephriam
Chanceyßlchd Corrigan Wm Colburn ED 2
ClarkThos Crandall A L Crowley \V S
CoopctEdwardACurtis Charles HCrowley William
Cook Kdwln M CrotserOrlen C
Cole Festns B Crane Uauford ECammmgs Ml-
Coy Frank D Croeeon Dennis chad
Coyne Francis Currcu Dnrid ConpSP
Cos T Lewis Crolsenburg Em-Conklln A J
Cowan Thomas anoel 2 Corchrou B F
Coleman GeorgcCnyler E B Cruse Joseph -
CcmcrvQA Criswell Robert Cole A C _
Col £ (Mi J M M 2 CorathollChaaP
Cowles GeorgcDCnshing QW Cook Chas 31
Collins TimothyCrozer Samuel Cole C C
3 Custer George Cook Chas
Cor-dit Geo A Gating GH Coultou Charlie
Ccttell T GII Cragin II B Conomy John 31
Conary G A Culton JW J Castlcman wool
Cogswell JR Crisey John T dealer
Curry Peter 2 Crandall W J
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Parcan John Perce Samuel F Dnnlery Michael
ParmportlraEPlcklnson E FDonehor Mat C
Dillon J K capt rer ' Pebus Henry
Bison John DimickE X>ow A
Paly John J Deacon Geo Parkin Antuony
Bdip John Degrftir Thrcm H J
Barer John R Dcrkes Geo Dodge * Bros
lumen John Paris Garrett B Drummond D A
Bisou Josll Barcnporl Gooßnnham BenJ
Paris John dr W Dorsey Allen
Derby WiaM DlgbyThco Durkin Anthony
Denison W G Daris T T Duffy Peter
Davie W T DccrootHallstedDovrlau P M
Pavla MelronJ S Doran Chas Ml:!
Darla 31 J ' Paris JF Ponfllea P A
DaggettMarsballDaria H B Dorm-llr Patrick
BcMuißdraAL Paris JF DorralLdwd
PiCKinson AP PecoudrasSP Parr Stephen A
PanlyllM Delano JaiZ Drake Frauds
Denies Bernard DeclercyJ DotcyEß
Day SamuclS DaueJF Dutchc Fredc*
Palmer Chas Donoran Jas rick
Ditto Chas Douglas John M Drake Frederick
Dixon dr Red DowliuJohu H
Day Patrick Dunphr Jno M Douglas Thoa L
Puichigb Denis Daleaal Jos Doyle J E Par-
Dannhry Danl Downey 3lorris ker
ParibßA Dowd John Dow J C Aco 2
Davia EugcneD PourgJno II Puffy Sami
Dwla D J Douulioe MlchalDuuiop Jas
Paris E C Doyle Lawrence Durkee J T .
Delaney Fred N Danau Lonia Doll Godfrey
Davis Sami M
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EnceAM lIyBSW ElfrlntJßH
EwctAJD Edwards P Elliott. Jno
Eibcn N Eirgleaton Sam GEJeon Wm
Enli l Barney Elston Dan Ellacott Wm
EVtI)M&Cq EcclesDarid EillaWC
pjan C B Estec T 0 EllawortU L P
Edwards Chas 0 England Geo Edward mr
Edwardsßichd ElfttGco Elliot Wra'St
Elston Danl T EnderJS Gcorgedr
Etikaon Ellas English J W Eeselaty no Smith
FowlerßWmr Frasier CJ Famncr Fred
Ford OUter S Fogarty Jno FarnanFranciaL
For'n«on Alex 3Fnnk Jno FledelandJQ
Foster A U Fleming Jno Farrell II J
Franklin rapt Ford Jno mr Fltslmoas Jae2
Florence C Forsyth Jno Fanner Jefferson
Fravtley Park Forest Wm E Farmworth Jag
FloodDF Footn-r Wm Orbon
FhccrtyEdwF Freeman WalterFalkner Jno
Fox Ed't U Flint EE FLhJnoD
Fowler R Flint Wm Fellows Jno
Fo*sSF Fraser Wm FarwellJnoH
Foster Thos Forsyth Mark Farr Jno jr
Fink Fred FyfcJnoP Freely Jno
Foster Henry A Ferguson mr Farrar Jno N
Fuller Henry M Fieticr Anthony Falknor Wm
Foncst Judge D Benholt Fagay Lake
Fienrhlrvhi Farnan ChasH Filch MN
Fortrand Henry Fialier A& Co Finley il
Far Jacob FarwellChaa Fisher MC
Furlong Jas Fainnanßß FanganßW
Ford J S P Fisher David C
Carton Ndeon Glen Hugh Green Samuel S
Gic :, sOF Gesner Jno H GrcaneaGeo
Gate.- Caleb Gc-ner Jno H GosseUnStephca
Gere Edvr W 2 GlancyJno Graves’Henry
Gallagher Con- Gable Miko Gubblus Geo J
utl" Glen Jno GrannanJas
GnlinDml Gardner Wm H Green Jno W
Glasstnirc D G Gardiner Wmß GreeaWm
Gale D C Gay L J Grecnhalgh J E
Galloway PS Godfrey David Grantham E
Gardner Sylvefr- Griswold ATal- Green W J
ter cott Green BY
GavlordSylTanafiGoodrich C Guthrie Alex W
°“r 7 Goram Patk Green * Clayton
Gillmartin Geo Good P G Green Jno S
Gates BN Green RC Goldman L 2
Glade H 0 Green Francis
Hauler Jr.a W Heuncks Jos A Holbrook L S
HsrbotUe Wm. Haleron John HoytWß
Penn Hearns J G Opt Hutting Wm
Harper Walter Hall JB Capt HewesWm
Hannan John HalpinJamcs HoemerJohn
Hardy JW Herrick GardnerHorton John
Hannah Jus S Haines Frank Hubert JohnX
Hayden Jaa HaloStedH Huffman John N
Hardy JW HallEJ Holssy James
JJarnsJMß HauiroondCarl Hoes James
Harmon JW doc-Uunaghan Pat. Hutchinson JB
lor Hall P A HoareThoaß
Harrington Hcn»HagardWn HowardJas B
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ITardvH HiffginsLHLt E
Hayward Gay Hill A J Howland Hiram
HarrieTbos Hickman Amos J , _
HarlandGcoH Higgs AugastasHabbard J r
HayneaSidueyC FXta Holmesll 0
Hawke® S W Hicks Chas Holbrook Theo-
Ilardvßobt Hill Ed doze
HuftiinDW naißE HovtFrad
Haleb PS HlgansFrancis Hubbard En®-
liarrie ABro Hlckley Thomas gene
Biwkina* Taj-JP nua.o^Fred
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H-imou O Hlpwell Geo Hunt Ezra
.Hfttelivßen Hiltohn Thos Hugcs p D
HallE'W Dr3 Hillard HA Hoyt Chas P
Herbert L Hyatt Hemanly Howard Cornel*
HartvEd Hi Her Jacob A ius ,
IlsuWm Hill J M Hurin AlcxM
HnleMr . Hill Jas C HplleyßF
HencoereyJco HydeLcsiieß HunterE JDr
Ht'gerxou Jos Hensly Jacob Humphrey. Pe
llall Jno F Hugh«m Mar- gram &Co
Haicly Jno anal! B Hyman S
Ives GAS Inglls A F
James John J Jones Wm Johnson Jas
James John JoucaF JolmaouFP
Jacobs Thoa Johnson Chas S Johnson S B
.Taxon John Johnson & Blsh-Jordon James 9
Jaonct-v Wm op Joyce A Moulton
Jenkins EcnjL Johnson Alfred Justus Henry
Jewett John F John gem Publish-Jo rlrn a J rev
Jones Fred • cr of Book JudttSL
Jones Samuel J Johnson JamesßJordan T H
Jones CR JohnsonHenryC
Klees M KeanJobn|B Killroync John
Kii'gWmL Kean Joseph Knoulton Jamod
Kilbonm Wm L King John W King J T
Kennedy WmMKellerC Kribbenßertrand
Kllooiynr Jcbn KatingPO D
KepU'rWmll - Knapp Cyrns Kehoe Thomas
KhkWxn King Dint capt Kerins F
KirgJolm EeesJolmP Kramer JohnW
Khc-h.y John KingJolm Keßymr
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I.agctllrfSDenrerLcnnlcfr Wm F Lane Wm
Lcvvtcn'Kd D LlvingstoDChria-Lcahey Wm
LcrtlnLJ tiau Lambert Luther
Lark Wm LintonßJ G
Little Jacob H Lighlbnmß Lewis T
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Deafness and Blindness.
n« TINDER VOOD. Oculist and Aarlit. OperaUr
lure eon. 121 Randolph street, near theShermaa Hons?
Czucaoo. Illinois.
Dr V bsidevotedUlsprofesilonaUlfetaOpUhatralt
sad Anna Hedldue and Surgery. scd recclrcs monthly
»u»Vfi Bew andlcsev oos Instrument* and apparatus
modes of treatment used for the re
WMd careofthese atCialon* In all tne ophthalmic
AUril Urtrmarlcsof Londoa. PaH.
Rr-ifn «id Vienna. He perform* all the approved
ancient «d modern operations forDtafaew, Cataract
Punll Cro?« Eye. Eutroplnm. Keuropium
sUnUvU>xna!*FUtn!a Baclifymall* .»a dth e removal a/
mmonL «M»ar.dspnnoUi growths of every deacrla
sob Eyr»*aod Ear-Drums and
wu/ucted with the ophtoalinjMMpe
otoscope. Pharycpoucepe aad Onhthahnic
machinery that bilUlaaHy
tho u-fao’o exterior. Interior and posterior
Eve *nd Bar. thu- rercallex the cause and
of the ere a-.d car that have
m&Tto been {bought forever hidden In darkae« and
Impenetrable obscurity. mblP b S-ia
r PHROAT AND LUNG DIS-;
I parks Atiorovedand Infallible Core by Itumf-
B^SEOXITZ
dm. nmndvkT corner 13tn street. New To-K, Letters
description ot tha dlwase wIU bo
by Ineloslag t5 fee. mt->73:-3meod
QUEER. —I have for sale five.him
drcil Sheen, on my fans, aear Wm. XlcQrew’s,
fcvoc rJ’ca sonthweit of the HaUroad ?utlon at Ma
coop. Knox Co., til. R. C. WALTCU.
mh2;>-b7;3-lwd Isawy
A CARD.
INSURANCE.
■ We share the general apprehensions respeeMsg Cap!
Bemme9.therebelprlrateer.bat the representation!re
cently made. that the insuraace companies had refused
to Insnrv vessels booad for the Golf of Mexico, or
Bopthcrn Oceans, having on hoard PLANTATION
BITTERS. are utterly false, and only circulated by a
disappointed rival for our detriment. We always ad
mired iheSwan'BSongof expiring breath, hut such ex
hibitions »■* r air attending departed hopes are sad
very sad. -friend will bui take a little S. T. ISSO,
X, be will bear hU misfortune* better. PL INTATION
BITTERS arc a great thing for melancholy.
P. H. DRAKE & Co., New Tort
To the public we would say. w« have fortunately the
beet andmoit remarkable medicine In the world. We
spare no pains In procuring oar material. We
publish principally what it la composed of. It Is
adapted to all ages and conditions oflifo. Uls a cer
tain core for
Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, Nervous
Affection, Sour Stomach. Diarraea,
Loss of Appetite, Nervous Headache,
Sinking Weakness, Mental Despondency.4c.
It hurts nobody, but those who try to scllaa article
without merit. It operates badly on their pockets.
Under no circumstances will the purity of
Drake’s Plantation Sitters
be departed from.
That allperuons may judge of Its efficacy, we publish
altetofsome of the articles used la Its preparation;
Caiisataßahk— Celebiated lor over two hundred
years la the treatment of Fever and Ague, Dyspepsia.
Weakness,&c. It was Introduced into Europe by the
Counter. wlfeofthe Viceroy of Peru. la I*lo. and was
afterward sold by the Jesuits lor the enormous prlca
of its own weight laellver. under the name of Jesuit’s
Powders, and finally made public by Louis 3LVI,
King of France. Dumb jlai made especial reference to
Its febrifuge qualities during his South American
travels.
Castaun.t * Bask—For diarrhea, colic, and diseases
of the stomach and bowels.
Dandelion—For Inflammation of the loins and drop
sical affections.
Cauioxiut Flowibs— For enfeebled digestion.
Latzsdzb Plows as—Aromatic, stimulant and
tonic—highly invigorating in nervous debility.
WintseoueeM— For scrofula, rheumatism, 4c.
Anise—An aromatic, carminative, creating flesh,
' muscle, and milk, much used by mothers nursing.
Also, clove buds, orange carraway, coriander, suke
toal - iC - S. T—lß6o—X.
Another wonderful lugredlent of Spanish origin, lm
parting beauty to the complexion and brilliancy to the
mind.is yet unknown to the commerce of theworld.
and we withhold Its name for the present.
Dr, W. A, Child!. Surgeon of the 10th Vermont Regi
ment, writes; ” I wUh every soldier had a bottle of
Plantation Bitters. They are Ihe most effective, per
fect and harmless tonic I ever used." .
The following Is from the proprietors of the Sherman
House. Chicago;
SnnuMAK Horsß. >
Chicago. 111.. February 11,1S<>3. f
Mebsbs. P.H.Doak« 4 Co.; Please send us another
twelve cases of your Plantation Bitters. Asa morning
apotlzer, they appear to have fcuperceded everything
else, and are greatly esteemed.
Yours, 4c., GAGE & WAITE-
Koarticle evorhadancqna] sale. They arc warranted
as represented. Theyaresoldbyall principal drug
gists. grocers, conntry stores. &c.
Bcsurecachbottle bears tlie facsimile of the propri
etors* signature on a steel plate label.
P. H. DBASE & CO.,
201 Broadway. y.Y.
nM2 afrO-lm-TAM
'J'HE GREAT
INDIAN MEDICINE,
COMPOUNDED FROM
gj
Or - iiiairtlfeg CO
CHEROKEE CURE.
AN UNFAILING CURE for Weakness, Emission, Im
potency. Loss of Power, Fains In the Back. Stone
in the Bladder, Obstructed and DUQeult Menstrua
tion. and all Diseases caused by Deviating from the
path nC Nature, viz; Weakness of the Back and
Limbs, Dimness of Sight, Loss of Memory. Conta
gion of Ideas, Depression of Spirits, Evil Forebod
ings. Nervous Irritability, Self-distrust Love of
Solitude, Dlspepsia, Cough.Symptoms ofConsmnp
tion.Ac.
jjy-And as a general Female Medicine It has no
eonaL It brings the young female form to perfection,
citing richness to the Wood and vigor to the nerves.
causing Ju alih and happiness to sparkle In the down,
cast and saddened eve. the rosy bloom of health to
beautify the faded cheek.
tsrßy the use of this “CURE” all Improper dls
charges are removed.
tcv contemplating marriage, should re
fleet that a sound mind and body ore necessary to pro
mote connubial happiness.
r»r- The l!-tlc««. enervated yonth. the over-worn
man of business, the victim of nervous depression, the
Indlvidnal fullering from general debility, or from
weakness, will AixTtnd Immediate aad permanent re
lief from the use of this great
INDIAN REMEDY.
CF~To those who have trilled with their constitution,
nmil they think themselves beyond the reach oi medi
cal aid we would say;
vvr BcapaJrJ TUo “CRerolcee Cure”
will relievo you after all Quaclc
Doctors have Tailed!!
rF"It deals with disease as It exists, not onlvsttlk
t«g Kt the very scut and removing the cause uuoa
which It depends, but it rebuilds the broken constitu
tion, carrying life and health through every vain and
W CsrThe “CBEROIvEK CURF.” 1> put on In a highly
concentrated form-tlic dose only being from onedialf
tooneteaspoonfui. three times per day. One bottle
rarely fallsto effect a permanent cure, do matter how
long the disease may have existed. . ,
rwit Is safe and pleasant in ta«ie. bnt immediate In
action! IT CONTAINS SO MINERAL POlaON.but
Is prepared from pure vegetable extracts, la the form
0 For particulars, get ft Clrcniftr, FREE, from any
Drag Ftorc In the country: or write to tho Propritto.’,
who will mail FREE, a full Treatise in pamphlet form.
CiTTbioe— fj per bottle, or thrcubottlc* for sj, and
forwarded by Express to all parts of the world,
garsold by all respectable Druggists everywhere.
Dr. W. E. MEBWIN Sole Proprietor
6 South Fourth Street,
PATNT LO jIS. MO.
SMITH &. D W YEB
No. 91 Lake street.
Wholesale and Retail Agents, and sold by all Druggists
la Chicago. og-vtOT-a-warnowly
DR. SWEET’S
Infallible Liniment,
THE
GREAT EXTERNAL BEHBEY,
FOR RHEUMATISM. GOTTT. NEURALGIA. LTTM
k“(‘o STIFF NECK ASP JOINTS, SPKiIXS.
bruises. errs and wounds. riLF.b.
HEADACHE, ANU ALL RHEUM A.TIC
AND NERVOUS DISORDERS.
Di. Stephen. Sweet, of Connecticut,
The great natural Bone Setter.
Dr. Stephen Sweet, of Connecticut,
Is known all over the United State*.
Dr. Stephen Sweet, ofConnectlcnt,
lithe author of ”Dr. Swcci‘9 Infallible Liniment.*
Dr* Sweet’s Infallible Liniment
Cares Ilheumathm and never Calls.
Dr. Sweet’s Infallible Liniment
Is a certain rem *dy for Neuralgia.
Dr. Sweet’s Infallible Liniment
Cures Burns and Scalds Immediately.
Dr. Sweet’* Infallible Liniment
Is the beet known remedy lor Sprains and Bruise*.
Dr. Sweet’s Infallible Liniment
Curt* Headache was never known to
Dr. Sweet’s Tn fallible Liniment
Affords Immediate relief for riles, and seldom falls
to care.
Dr. Sweet’s Infallible Liniment
Cures Toothache In one minute.
Dr. Sweet’s Infallible Liniment
Cures Cuts and Wounds Immediately, and leaves no
Dr. Sweet’s Infallible Liniment
Is the best remedy for Sores In theknown world.
Dr. Sweet’s Infallible Liniment
lias been used by more than a million people, and aU
praise it.
Dr. Sweet’s Infallible Liniment
Is truly a ** friend la need." and every family should
* have it at band.
Dr. Sweet’s Infallible Liniment
Is for sale by all Druggists. Price 25 cents.
RICHARDSON A CO.,
Bole Proprietors. Norwich. Ct
For Site br LORD & SMITH. General Western
A «»■».:< .mot, Chtogo.
DYEING! DYEING!! DYEING
FOR THOUSANDS,
AS NO 10 Dcsrlalaes street, south of Randolph street.
West Division.
Having Just returned from Paris, liter wlecttoff a
lot of the r urea Dye Staffs, tie nndcr»lgaedwsrreaM
to give entlsfoctlon In all color»—iheTVateU shades,
Alw.Solfctlno. Micenta, French Parple Ac
Previous to his t;lp toEnrops.the usdenteaej
the well-Xnawa premlura of *
McLain, of Cnlccgo. p , ri C- s “l?D?e“l.Vi a .
K. it—Branch Office, ?• North Clark street.
mMQ-aSiS-lm .
rpo DESTROY THE AKIM At
J CULK AND PRESERVE AND WHITSN the
USE
CALE BROTHERS’
SAPONACEOUS DENTIFEIOE,
A hannleffi Mid elesMit preparation,
PRICE, 4tc.
Prirarf d br GALE PROTITSR3, id lHndolilll.lt.
Tf'KUlTl FRUIT!! FRUIT!!!
r ■Received dally, at 110 Randolph street, by dispatch,
Lemona. Figs. Dates. Ac. Also, dealer la
ntUin'ore Oysters sad Sardines.
mhStdMm 1 HENRY SANBORN. -
fTA TONS TOBACCO—Of reliable
t)\J and standard Kentucky brands, la boxes, ludf
[boxes and caddies; also.fine cot cbevlac and amok*
lee of approved manufacture. U barrels, half barrafl.
*c.. for salt at current rat e*by
PARSONS. PITKIN A BANKET.
auTOUy Tisouto water Btrpdt.
jchnbalb’s «*trart Btutinl
HELMBOLD’S
Highly Concentrated.
COMPOUND
Fluid Extract Suclm,
X POSITIVE
SUB SPECIFIC EEHEDIi
For Boa-Detention or Incon.tinen.c3~of
Urine, Irritation, Inflammation or
Ulceration of the Bladder and
Sidneys, Diseases of the
Prostate Gland, Stone
in the Bladder, Cal
cnlons Gravel or .
Brick Dust
Deposit
and
Muons or Milky Discharges, and all
Diseases or Affections of the Bladder
and Kidneys, and Dropsical
Swellings existing in
Men, Women or
Children.
HELMBOLD’S EXTRACT BUDHU
For "Weakness arising from Excesses,
Habits ot* Dissipation attended with the
following symptoms: Indisposition to
Exertion, Loss of Power, Loss of
Memory, Difficulty of Breathing,
"Weak* Nerves, Trembling, Hor
ror of Disease, Dimness of
Vision, "Wakefulness. Pain
in the Back, Universal
Lassitude of the Muscu
lar System,HolHands,
Flushing ofthcßody,
Dryness of the Skin,
Eruptions on the •
Face, Pallid
Counte
nance.
These symptoms. If allowed to go on. which thl
medicine invariably removes, soon follows Fa
tuity, Epileptic Fits, In one of which tho
patient may expire. Who can say that
they arc notfrequently followedhy
those “ direful diseases.” IN
SANITY and CONSUMP
TION. Manyareawaro
of the canscof their
suffering, but
none will con
fess. The
records
of the In
sane Asylums,
and the Melan
choly Deaths by Con
sumption, bear ample
witness to the troth of tho
assertion. TheConstitntlononcc
affected with Organic Weakness, re
quires the aid of medicine to Strengthen
and Invigorate the System, which HELM
HOLD'S EXTRACT BuCHD Invariably does.
HELMS OLD’S
Highly Concentrated
Compound Fluid Extract
Sarsaparilla,
Fox
purifying
the blood, re
moving all dis
eases arising from ex
cess and impnidencies in
life, chronic constitutional
diseases arising (torn au impure
state of the blood, and the only reli
able and effectual known remedy for the
cure of Scrofula, Scald Head, Salt
Rheum, Pains and Swellings ot
the Bones, Ulcerations of tho
Throat and Legs. Blotches,
Pimples on the Face,
Tetter. Erysipelas,
and all scaly
eruptions
of the
skin.
Two table spoonsful of the Extract of Sarsaparilla
added to a pint of water, Is equal to the Libson Diet
Drink, and one bottle la fully equal to a gallon of
tbc Syrup o£ Sarsaparilla, or tbe Decoction, as usual
ly made.
DT THESE EXTRACTS HAVE BEEN' ADMIT
TED TO USE IX THE UNITED STATES ARMY, aad
are also lu very general use In all tie STATE HOS
PITALS and PUBLIC SAXITART INSTITUTIONS
throughout the land, ns well as In private practices*
and arc considered as Invaluable remedies.
See Medical Properties of Bueitti.
FROM DISPUKSATOET OP THE
UNITED STATES.
See Professor DEWEES’ valuable works on lha
Practice of Physic.
See remark* made by fee late eelfibrated Pr,
PUT&IC. Philadelphia.
Sec remarks made by Dr, EPHRAIM McDOWELL,
a celebrated Physician, and Member of tha Royal
College of Burgeons. Ireland, and published In the
transactions of the and Queen’s Journal.
Bee Mcdlco-CMrnrgical Review. published by BEN
JAMIN TRAVEBS. Fellow of Royal College of Sur
geons.
Bee most oflhe late Standard Works ofilcdlcdoe.
PRICES;
Extract Boclm, SI.OO p«r iottle, «r Six for $5.00
“Sarsaparilla, SI.OO per liottle, orSlxforss.oo
DeUrercd to any address, securely packed from ob
scrvatloa.
Address letters for information, in coaddeace. to
HELM BOLD’S
MEDICAL DEPOT,
04 South Tenth Street,
# (Below- ChestnutJ
PHILADELPHIA.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS AND
UNPEINCEPEEI) DEALERS,
WHO ZXDBATO3 TO
QHAS. L. IfOBIE,
■WHOLESALE DEALER IS
I CARBON AND KEROSENE Olt,
KELMBOLD’S PREPARATIONS, I irs “ stxect *
Dispose ot “their own” and “otter” articles *a tbs
reputation attained by
BELMBOLB’S
gWuuie exteact bxtcot,
HEUIBCLB’S
GENUINE EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA,
mnißOLD's
GENUINE IMPROVED ROSE-WASH.
Bold by Druggists ETctywlicre.
ASK FOE EELMBOLD’S;
take no other,
out out the adverfeement and send
for it and avoid Imposition and exposure.
IrooH ani
ftOODRICH’S LINE—For MIL
VJ WAUKRR. KENOSHA, RACINE. FT. WASH
INGTON. SatBOIGA*. MANITOWOC and TWO
RTTEKS.
Sttnr, SUNBK.IBL I Stair. CO3IET,
CAPT. ». TT. JtOBQAX. 1 CAPT. FSBO PAS3T.
Oneofthoaborehev.*Unach,aadCMt ulllaff Side*
Wheel Steamers,vmieare Cor the above port*
EVERY KOBHIHQ AI 9 O'CLOCK,
Commencing Monday, April 13,1883.
For freight or passage. apply to
A. E. GOODRICH,
Vo, 6 & 8 Hirer street.
apll-c363-6t
For lake superior.
The staunch and Cm* Lotr Pressure Side-Wheel
STEAMBOAT “CLEVELAHD,”
Capt. JOHN MCKAY
TOU commence terregular trips between aa< *
Lake Sapetlor, on. or about APRIL uth.
Another boat will also he added to this lino. The
name and days of sailing will be gtren herealter.
A. T. SPKXCER. Agtal.
Foot of Sonth Lasalle street.
ar3-h94&-15»
For lake superior
The staunch and fast new steamer
SEA BXB T> ,
CAPT. DOVGII,
WLI commence he? nMnilsr trie* betwecaChlcass asi
Laks Superior.-
On the 23th of April, 1563.
A. T. SPBNCKH. Agest,
Tool of South Lssalle street.
apS-ct-lm
Buffalo, Cleveland
ASD
1863 Chicago Line. 1853
For the ensuing season ot navigation, the steamers
of tLI» Hoe will ran to connection. and on alternate
liars., wUL these of :be
Western Transportation Company,
BATtTEKf
CHICAGO AND BUFFALO.
roaatiAQ a
3D_4JCXaY X.rNTS
(Bandars excepic'li for tbs transportation of Trelcht
and Passengers. Running la connection. at Buffalo,
vrllh the
Hew York Central Sailroad, Spauld
ing’s Express, Union Express;
tlc mf raise traxspoetatiov coup ant ana
Troy and trie Lises of Canal Boat*. on
Ue Erie Canal.
At Cleveland, with _
n.rtTT.Axn *a>D PITTSBrBGa RAILROAD.
The steamers compose? this line are of the largest
size, and of great strength and speed, with sapenor
aocomnodaitous for Passengers. .. ,
■With these unequalled facilities the line ls_pretired
to contract to transport property from New *rr. Hos
ton. Albanr. Tree and an the principal polnwoo wo
line of the Now Vork Centra! Railroad and the Krlc
Caaal.ta the ports on the West Snore of LaVe Michi
gan : and from those porta to Cleveland, Buffalo, and
all points East,
For rate* of freight and palace apn.T to
JOHN H. MOl L£. Stent N. T. C. Railroad. No. 2»
Broadvray.K.T. „, _ _
HUGn ALLEN. Agent Western Transportation Co..
No.lCoenUeeSHp.N.Y. . ,
51. B. SPAj'LDiNG.Span.dlns s Express. N0,2 A*-
t°J *jf & CO .Pronr'etorsof Union Express
and Agents Troy* Erie Uue.No »T Broadway, and
Xo.UCoentlesS’n. N.T. , ,
BOND A MORRIS. Cleveland, Ohio.
WSI. STEWART, Agent C.A P.R. IL.Plttsbnrp. P*.
bicjluond & Hancock, Act*.,
Office foot of State street. Chicago.
SHELDON PEASE, JlanajingAst.,
Office foot «f Michigan HuIWO.
A. A. BAUBLE,
Agent.
ap?-c2IT-te
'J'HK KORTHEEJJ
Transportation Company
OF orno,
IS PREPARED TO Tr-IXSPORTPBOPrSTTBZTWZZ.
BOSTON, ALL POINTS IN NEW ENGLAND,
NEW YOBK AND THE WEST,
WITH PROMPTNESS, CARE AND DISPATCH.
Thl« well known line nf fifteen flr.rt cla?s screw Steam*
era conned)ft at OGDEN JsKUGU with railroad for
Boston and all points In New England Mjt Capo Vln
cei t with the thdiroad* between Cape Vincent and
New York; and at Oswego with aline of thirty
Unt class Canal Boats bcrwaenOswrge.
■Troy, Albany and New York.
Form a DAItV LINE from Boston. New York.
Ozdeistnrch. Cape Vincent and Oswego to Cleveland,
Toledo and Detroit, and a Till WEHkLYLINE
To Chicago and Intermediate Porta.
AGENTS.
J MTERS.TIFfnrU-trcet. New York.
JOHN UIK KING. Slate street. Boston.
GEO. A. EDDY. tigdcusburgh.
JOHN H. CRAWFORD. Oswt-gO.
A, F. SMITH. Cane Vincent.
WALKER A HAYS.Toledo.
F. R. M ATftK'VS, Detroit.
0..1. HALE. Milwaukee.
PJiTOS*BBEED.O.«Ia« rio^ '
Office and dock foot of North Lasalle street.
tth'2Vl'4l&-ito
QENTRAL EXPRESS COilP’Y,
OCOee 56 Lasalle Street, CM«a;o.
Tills Company ha* been in sncce-sfhl
the last year between Mllwankceaod the Mlsdsalpp
lUter, mid has now completed Its connections via
CHICAGO AND CHESTUNE
TO AND FROM
NEW YORK,
The Chicago office Is now open ant! ready to receive
freight and packages, which we undertake to forward
contracts given, and for any delay beyond the
time specified.
all damages will be peomptltpaid.
Special Attention -will be given to shipment, ef
Butter, E£S»j and oilier Perishable
property,
which we wi’J receive at the Depot* In this city, and
deliver In New York to Spring TFasuae.
Kates at a moderate advance on freight tariffs.
Pill* of Lading, with hue a»
directed. TV. T. SCOTT. Agent.
mfcn-biSMra
p EORGE CHAFFEZ & BROS.,
Atlantic Whnrf, ICinßston.
PropriLtRS—BRISTOL and BROCKVILLE,
StkaHEBS—WELLINGTON and lU»ST»*N. ..
Tor tlie tran-lilpmeTitor eraln at Kingston, they ars
provided with anew Floating Elevator and a 9toes or
substantial new barges, bollt under their own direc
tic*; capacity. bushels, entire cargo being
IT.McLKN-y-*K,V-!.lrr.M; B CBA7-
TRY A CO.. Toronto-. H. MCLENNAN, Chicago;
JAMES MITCHELL.Milwaukee.
IS©3. THE XB©3.
PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL E. E.
835 31 lies Double Trask.
la order to keep pate vrtto the demands of the karel*
Inc public, the managers of this popular route bare
added many improvement* during toe year IH2. and
with Its connections. U will be found In all reapectaA
FIRST CLASS ROUTE to all the Eastern oU-e*- The
track Is stone ballasted, and ettindy free from dm*.
THREE DAILY TRAINS FROM
PITTSBURGH TO PHILADELPHIA
(With close coaaectlois frem Weetsrn Cities.)
ATI connecting direct to New York. THROUGH PHTD
ADHLPHLA.and close connections at Harrisburg fot
BALTIMORE AND WASHINGTON.
Froto Pittsburgh to N*w TOrk, oaa train runs dally.
(430 railei.) via Allentown, without dung* °* car*, ar
riving la advance of all other routes.
SEVEN DAILY TRAINS FROM
PHILADELPHIA TO NEW YOEK
Tickets for sale to Boston by boat or rafl. Bast Tic
kets good on any of toe sound lines, Fare to all points
as low as any route. „ _ , . ~ _
Sleeping Cars ou ulgat trains to Pblladelpbla. New
’through and traaaftrnsd Orie,
FBEIGHTS.
Brtbli Route Freights of all descriptions eon he xor
warded loand frotrA’hr.adelphla. New York, Bostsu,
or Baltimore, to and from any point outlie Railroads
of Ohio. Kentucky. Indiana. Dllnols. IMscoustc. lowa.
or Missouri BT BAItIM)*DDI*KCT. . .
c Tbe Pennsylvania Central Railroad also connect* at
Pittsburgh with steamer*, by which t;oOda can bs for
warded to anr port on the Uhlo ilaitlnzn;e. Ken
tucky Tennessee, Cumberland Illinois.
Wisconsin. Missouri. Kansas. Arkansas and Bed BiTers.
and at Cleveland. Sandusky and Chicago rr.th ateara
er» to all Porta oa lha North-Wcstera Lakes.
Merchants and Shipper* entrusting Ue tnasporU
t?on of their Freleht to this Coapany. caaroly w.«
aonfidenc»t>r.rta»pecdytran*!i.
THE KATES FREIGHT to and from any point
•n the West by the Pennsylvaala Centra. Ra..roaa
xx AiiTittsa *s raroiußiA as an* oumos&nT ora
*«aArLsoaaoojfrssix*. , „ ...
gy He particular and mark package* tie Piaa a
C fSVrelJtuint™««orEM!lplnZ DlrtoWonj •??»
to or address either of the fodowlng Agents of tkt
CO:^I jSsTEWABT ■FrtteMASHitTOtamtsi
CLAHKK A CO„ Tranaier Agent*. Pittsburgh.
H W. BROWN A CO.. Cincinnati. Ohio.
R*r MELDRBM * CO.. MadlsoQ. Indlsao.
J,*E. MOORE, Louisville. Ky.
W w. AIRMAN A CO., Evansville, ltd.
P.'F. PASS. Ft. Louis. 510.
CLARKE A ro„ Chicago. TUlr.ol*.
J H McCOLM. Portsmouth. OMo. _
VcNIIELT A MONTGOMERY. MayevrtUe.Ky.
w: IT. AF. L. L AVGLBT. GalllpojljOMO.
H. P. FIERCE, A CO„ Ohio.
E. 11. H CDSOS. Ripley. Ohio. . M-
B. c. MELPRPM. Geseral Travelog Agent forae
COQth and West.
STOCK.
LIVE
Farmer* will And this the meet adva*
ageon* route for Live Stock. Capacious Tarda weU
watered and supplied with every coaveoleaco h*v%
see u o.enedor.lh!* line audits connections sad every
acte'dlou is paid to their wants, kroja Hsmshurg
where win be found cvcrycuavsalenee for feedlng
resting a choice la offered of tha PHILADELPHIA
yEWTORKand BALTIMORE
also be found the shortest, sickest aad direct
route for stock to New York—[via ALertowa.—oat
with fewer chancre tba* any other.
Jl‘ li HOUSTON. GeaT Freight Agent. Philadelphia.
JS3.y7t3.ly
Bnsmtss €ar&a.
QUTLER, BALL & CO.
LIGHTNING ROD DEALERS
And Comiabalon irerefcaats. U3 Klnrie itruet.Cltlcage
apt cjlSw
"REMOVED.—Wheeled Wallace
ii *co;.Commission Merchant*. hareremovedto
SfOO Soutli "VTater Street.
QgreSASLake street.
"IT A, HOWELL & c0 ->
* of
PAPER HANGTNG-S,
Tfo 34 CortJandt afreet, Sew Totk«
B °‘ ZS W37.
]Stauixt**torT ** SewßruMWlefcN.J.
%,«•♦»! attention given to those who submit
. J }~S„ r« wwuV a onahle to visit New York. has
tb 'i r £r n.l hl?h rr; nfatlcß la the trade. We caa
waAcUo. »Uo«md la
x, C, PEAK,
ID ENTIST,
*i Clark street, (nearly opposite Sherman Hocssj
gihiT.hOt-Hn Chicago. Hi.
PRESSING,
BEU Emil AGENT,
O Lamon Block. Xllinois.
Loan* negotiated oh real estate security. jyf-e6i>-ly
no TO McGINLEY’S, 78 La-
V3T salle street, and get all yooc
Gas Fitting andFUxmbing'Worft
Done.
dMtsss&ssssr' 1 -"saassf
,mta.
TJ'OR SALE — ReaI Estate —lCO ft,
•JL on the corner of Madlwn and Curtis streets, wifk
the dvelUar bouse No. SIS. flflf fee* lowed for ttue«
yearatroTnuj© flrttof Mar. 190. Title perfect. £a*
oulreat lb© office of GALBLN BASTNiN. foot of
Washintioa street Weet Side. nhMbaOtf-ateod
Q.REAT SALE OF
LOTS A?n> COTnUCTS,
In the City of Chicago.
At Auction, June 17th, 1883.
The articles of awoclatieti of the " Chicago Land
Company" require that the trust sksll be doeod la lha
month or Jane. i>«. and that all the property sad ef
fect* on hand, at the time belonging to tboa*aoclaUoo_
•hall peioldat PnßUe AacUon.Tor cash.to the big* en
Bidder, la the City of Chicago, oa Us third Wednesday,
UeiTUdsyof Jnae.lMtT , .
The nadenlgaed, Trustee of the M Chicago Lind
Company.** trill therefore ea Wednesday. the ITU day
of .lane. 160. offer for sale en the premises, la the*cliff
cl Chicago:
7« Lou In Sheffield’* Addition to Chicago.
** EistoaAOtJjUua,we*ti:deolXorlh Brandi
67 ** wight’s ** vest “ **
•7 “ Original Tovu of Chicago.
jiimo Mortgages, amply secured. amounting to about
54 Contracts. coTertrs o* Lott, on which there srs
»a «cr«t;*te of about liMvO*.
. l e r 1o{ *» *« 7 ' 2 feet from oa a spadons Canal
39* lett wide, now being excavated through tbs pro
perty; »Q 4-SB9 feet Cron; oa the Soria Snath of th«
Chfcajto Hirer.
TtetalewnibeeoattnpfdtroTadayto day ante £H
the property sod effect* of tli<» Comrinr ate ao'd.
MIHIOS D.OGDES Tm>t«e.
Chicago. March 14th. 11*3. maUbUttd
PEAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
XV KSO.OOO word of City Property and Laacs.l a
lowa. belonging to the estate of Antoine L« Claire,
derastd. TsrSECTrYorDXTBSrom _
La Claire Bloch, of brick, four stories. 2>j feet trust,
containing a betel, twa public halls, ten first-dac*
Stores several offices.
Poet Office Bloch, of brlcX CO feet trout, four storios.
contaialng the Post office, two stores, six offices, and
laree upper r>*osr.a. The above property Is the moat
desirable in the city, all leased, and will arts; a large
nett Income on an investment. _
Twenty Brick and frame Dwelling Houses Is dif
ferent locations.
iC.CU. l.UUUti.i
100 choice bolldkgloti: oaelot of 17 acre* *4] ofctte*
the railroad devot and bridge, fronting on tbs Mlada*
sipvl Liver; tv •> lots of 50 mcrei each, one lot of S
acres one Jot of M acres, and oae lot of 12 acre*, all la
the City Limit*.
A bonnes and lots, vacant lots aad ontists. in l£H
City cf Le Claire, Scott County,
l!ou>e> and lota la lov* city, Johnson County,
10.(XO acres Improved aas unimproved farming lands
sear t!.e lice of tLe 111 m. and Mo. Railroad.
Tie above property is offered for sale, to close the
estate of the late Antoine Le CUlre. at «nct prices at
most prov- a ptodiahle inveatmeat to the purchaser*.
For pric*-*, forms ard farther particular*, apply to
Ol O L. DAVI NPORT. Ksecator. crJOBN L. COF
FIN.Latd Agent, Davenport, low*. . lal7-zi3-la
Mutational.
AIAPLEWOOD YOUNG LA
XTJL DIES' BSTITCTE.
PITTSFIELD, MISS.,
Commences In 4lth ssml-unnofll session April 3. tt
arid.* to Its well known Utera-e adr.image* rare facili
ties tor appropriate eytnr asllc eultnre. t Jlresi Bor.
C. V. SPEAK, tlie Principal. for circulars.
fe27aWMmxway
jyjKS. SEDGWICK’S SCHOOL,
At LENOX, Tlaaaacliuactts.
Mr* Charles Sedgwick opens lier school for the sum
tner term ot twenty weeks. on May Wh. Circular*
may be l>ad on nppbcaUou to 11. \V. BISHOP. .Jr.,*
Drurborn
T . AI AKY ’ S HAIL.
Right Her. TV. H. Odenhelmer, D. D., the Bishop oC
New Jersey—PwtstDKtr.
The Her. Elvtn K, Smith—PatxctPVh.
Terras in fall, for board and tnltjna. $lT<O. CpayaVo
la advance) per session of fire months, beginning May
1 and November 1. _
Thoiongb instracilon la Music. DrawlaganlValnt
log. Modem LHOgnaaes. Latin, and all the branches ot
a complete English education. . . .
Apply for circular, or lor admission, to the Pnam
pal at Darlington. J. mhr-bSa~*w Stew
TXSTRTJCTIOX IN’ THE GER
-1 aiaN Language la classes and priTate.aragiTca by
OSCAR FACULIBEB,
111 South street, SI floor, room 12. To ba
totina »t7P.31. «;■ CtWtt
T?OREST HOME FOR BOYS.
X? The neat terra of this Family School, limited to
TEN in number, will commence on the first Wkovss
pvT 0 f M a r Beit More specific Information with ro-
Uab> refor'encis will be promptly sent to any who
ussy inquire. Addroe* W. L NICuOLS. Chicago.
Ptet office Box ma. mhy-bTA* iwls
■VOTING LADIES’ SEMINARY,
1 IB TATTE TOSE3T, HM5013.
TV Summer Term •will cammctce ca Tinsn*''.
the 23d <■( April. circular* »' d anr titfofaiauon JT.v -A
Oil application l.y.maa ct otncrarlxn
- *
Lnkc Forest. March 12th. T?Q.
(Sopartnersliip,
pOPAKTNERSIIXP NOTICE.
-MK. .TOXIN* B. riJESTON Isa member of our
firm from and after this date. The name and style
, U! be Spmnnee. r--«°n s? r. iscE 4 p RraTO -,.
Chicago. April Ist. ISG3. apl-b»l3 in
-yy HEELER, LEONARD & CO.,
COOTISSIOTt PIE3CH\^TS,
Cor. South Water and Wells streets.
In the Iron Building (up stair*,) Chicago. lIL
Sight Exchange oa New York for sale la sacra to
anlt. Ad»acc*a made oa all kind* of Produce Lx
Score. al-o »n gidpawntt Ra>t at best rates.
C T. TVukklzk. F. W. L*osjun>,
Chicago. J. a. L*oy*». m
mMCftlnitftm Pekla.nL_
.fvnanriaL
T3IIODE ISLAND CENTRAL
XV BANK. 11IIODE ISLAND.—Parsaant toa
•a 1 or !er cl the Ssrreme i’oartof the S'ato of Rhode
Island. t»’« suh«A-T\ber glvea notice that all peraous
holding bill* of the
RHODE ISLAND CENTRAL BANK,
Mb>tdepo«U the raise with him at bis oOco. No. *
rtretH. Providence. £5. L. an or before the
Cn»i clj»t of August. A. P. 1!«. «a to to uttttod
to anv divides'l that nay be declared out of toe asset*
«r uU tint. J &MKI M CLABKB. EKriTßr,
providence. n. I„ Jan. litb. ISO. feieSiMm
r rHE MICHIGAN' SOUTHERN
X & NORTHERN* INDIANA RAILROAD CO.
OrncE. No. is Wnxra* 3r«*rc,>
Nats Yobs, if arch 10. 1363. >
Theaßscal election forDlrectars of this Company
vlil be h*ld at the rnmpany’at mice !• Toledo. Ohio. o»
Tied.. MI»J. Ibc Ed dij ot April
9<jl!h will remain epes undid u clock, P. U. TooStocK
transfer Book** wifi be closed oa the 38th of March. aS
JP.il..andre-opea
reblfbfflJtd ■ P. P. gARHYPT. Sectary.
§oop Skirt JHanufaclor^,
YORK AND ILLINOIS
Hoop Skirt Manufactory,
and importer aad dealer ha all Usds of
French and German Corsets.
Chicago, nxcrou.
Silk * Colton skirt*
asda to order *t
short notice. O-i
Skirts repaired, altrr-
M-»nd»b;»neilaatt« • 1
umt. FulJaloc-'if
woven, doable 1•-
. Biond. brldal&Fr .b
» Skirts constant y > n
bead, Iron 3 »?r "rs,
.. ale* wo sell without • i
ira caarce. prevld p d they are * e Ps,?i
art warranted to h« of tbo best
aieel skirts exchanged If aot saisiacwry, aaaail p«-
ttat to residence.
Kotlceto fntoleMlo Bujer*
AftwenaTO been In the Skirt business slncothaflrrt
Vdnalac of the trad *, and havebraaches of onrhoosa
sail the priaclpal cities of the Ualoa, a* well a» Lon»
Jon-andaaourLoadon Agent faralshea nsoar ««*l
turn cost—tho* giving oar customer* the benefit os
wuatwe should otherwise par for commlaslons-wa
iel' lower than aar other taaaofacturer*
OrdoraormaU^romptlratteadedto.
wholesale room* arc at 39 and U Lase-st.. cap stairs.j
L. HUGER, Proprietor for CMci^o,
Kew York Factory.® Bowery.
•rtS-ly Chicago Post oace Box tag
A DMINTSTRATOR’S SALE.
XJL —Notice I s hereby riven that the undersigned,
AdmlDHrsfr of tbe eststf of Rovanfooer«.
In Durauarre cf an order of the County Court of Scot*
County, and S:ate of lUlnolA made at the February
tans thereof, forth* year A. X> eighteen hundred and
gLxly-three (W3). will wntot he siubc^tblii'ierhctjri'ca
the iionrs of t* no deck A, M. and flvn o clock F. 5L*
on the premises. on,
Friday, tha first (Ist' day of Hay, 1863,
All or ‘•o much of the fihowlce real estate of the said
Itr.T»l Mooeo*. dtecased. a*win be la pay
the outstanding debt? iigahirt said estate. to-wlt :
LOT TWO OH. IN BLOCK EIGHTEEN <IS),
In Wolcott's Addition to the City of Chicago, together
with the bouse and other Improvement* thereon.
L- la eleven til', twelve (Ui. thirteen <W> and
fourteen ill), la Block Hilrtr seven (SD.in School Sec
tion AddlLon to the City of Chicago, la the State of
**fSeto be on a credit of nine O) months. and tv taka
place on the premise*. The pcirbaser giving note and
approved itcurtly. and a mortgage on the premises to
secure the payment of the purchase money.
Dated Ibis twentieth f*Cw dav of March. A. D. IS-o.
at Chicago. El. THOMAS HOLLOWBCSH.
Administrator of the estate of RoyalMooew, deceased,
mhSO-btf 5 ltew-6wr .
■MORTGAGE SALE.—"Whereas,
1H cn the leTtcicenth day of March. A-^
Mary hrder (towwlfeof PartckDeM;
OT.earif executed to the aad*»(ened. Bicaara
Canhew.aßortr.se apoa the teal »wgfg
deurrlheS tosreurrthepaymentof
forty dollar*, secured to to MarehADv
?^wd e ihe^ttdSf°r:^
Office of
snd-wbenraA d'tia.t d Vjt conditions of uld
**“« WB ‘ O'Mearas
Mary ta*oa"n(S'ceof the power of sals
. in said mortgage Contained, pab
l£ notice lst~eW sri«n that oa the thirteenth day of
Ucncruce at twelve o clock at none, at the
"£K door of the roart rouse to Chicago, la »ald
KS.««r lit»a” sc'l at public xcadne to tae highest
hinder rorca»h. the tcfmise* described In laid mort
eaee and all »h*? right and equity of redemption of
fhe»a!d mortgagorstherela.aoft for the purpcie* Is
.aid mortgage Mated, the s.ld mortgaged premise*
Dele? three undlTliedfourtha of Lot number rtxteea
n«> ui Clock cumber fort* (Uit.t* the School Sscttoa
Addition loChlcsuro, together with the improvement*
la told three fourths of sj id lots.
TITCHARI> CART HEW. Sfortracee.
Chicago. AprilSJ.iaO. apS-hQw-iQt
aps eats lw
XT'ST ATE OF HENRY B. GOOD-
Ili EICII, Daouam—Public notice U hereto*
ctrett to au person* basing claim* and demand*
against the estate of Henry B Goodrich, deceased, to
presenttheaanio foradjnalcatioa mad settlsmentatja
regular term ef the County Court of Cook Cotmty. to
beholden cr the Coart House. h> the City of •
on the third Meoday ef May. A. D. 1563. being the ista
dar!li ' r GAL L DF * UITCHCOC£..UmW»mJofJ
Chicago March 30th. 1563. - mh3l b<P»»
nrll HHDS. NEW ORLEANS
u> 0 V tocaoice. to '
to r«K»r Fi^SS.PITTOMjBA^I^
rpO RENT AND FOR SALE,
PIANOS AND nKLOBKOM.
CHESTS TEAS.—A
500 j?us%Sba.?
AT WHOLES AL*
AND RETAIL. ”3
South Clark street,
(opposite too Court
Mouse.) ’

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