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PUKS. IODIDE WATER.
Port lort>'K In pore Watsk. A, care forScroflala,
Consumption, Djrpcpsla. Rheumatism, Nenra'gla,
Mercurial Dltcf «s. *n«l *ll those distressing andaffilct
lop maladies which arise from an enfeebled, vitiated
state ol the blood, derecti re ostrltton, an Impure at
mosphere, Ac.
It* genuineness as a pure Mtrtton and Its excellence
a* a medicine a*e attested by each distinguished name*
as Dr. J. R. Chilton. Prof, E. H. Parker, ProL J. C.
Sootb. and ether* equally will known to science.
♦I per bottle.
DR. n. ANDERS & C 0„
Phyrtclana and Chemists. 43 Broadway, y. 7.
For sale by
mp&cSl'-am
BLISS A SHARP,
lit Lake street. Chicago. 18.
TJR. JAMES, (formerly of Xew
Orleans,) whose unrivalled success In the treat
ment of Chronic, Mercurial. Blood, and other diseases.
THAT REQUIRE SKILLFUL TREATMENT,
B&s permanently located himself at B5 Randolph.
Street, Chicago. Dr. James Is recommended by the me
dicalfaculty, and the almost entire press of the South.
Thousands of unfortunates bite* Dr. JAMES, who,
Bat lor him, would be living a miserable exist
voce. The enviable reputation Dr. James enjoja from
thcLakeetothcGulf.l* the result of years of study
find observation.
Dr. Jamee uses no Mercury. lodide, Potasall. Arsenic
ct Sarsaparilla, in the treatment of blood diseases,
bat ancutrallzcr. whlrh Is a positive cure.
Organic Weakness cured by a new and infallible
method, saving both time and erpouse.
Office and parlors at fcs Kat.dolpL street, (op-stairs.)
Office hours from 9 A. if. until S P M.
CONSULTATIONS INVIOLABLE.
rnhSi-UECi-sm
DR. HILLIARD-Long nnd fa
vorably known In the Northwest, has his office
at OS Randolph street. Chicago, up stairs, f or ths cure
of all dheares, mac or female. Special attectionglvcn
to all maladies of long standing. I have cared some
of the worst cases of Mood diseases ever known in
this country. Patlccte at a distance can consult me
by letter with every confidence. Advice grails. En
close stamp to score a ready answer to Interrogations
Female Golden Lunar Pills, price one dollar per box
If sent to a distance three Ihree-cent stamps arc re
quired to prepay i«stngc. Oific hours from SA. M. till
30 P.M. P.0.80x 5510. Chicago. 111. my2-dlo3 2w
JJIPTHERIA! DIPTHERIAI!
liUU'sDjptlierla Cure.Guaranteed to cube in all
casks, or. nix nonzt xefunded. The trade supplied
By Lord & Smith. Wholesale Druggists, 23 Lake street,
Chicago, fe23 aSSS-Sm
TJRUNKEXNESS CURED.—
X../ The Inebriate may Dow hid defiance to the tempt
ing cup. Dr. Zat'c’fr Antidote for Strong Drink ri a
Certain cure for Drnnkem.r-8. It create* a dislike for
atron? criLk. and ran be ad" I Lined without the
k~owlcdeco(t!:cpa lent. IMce SS.OOabox. Sent by
mall to any address, by S. C. HI’IIaM. 403 Chesnnt
street. Philadelphia, Pa. Cl: Calais sent free,
tsyi dw-lm
THROAT AND LUNG DIS
-L EASES.—Tbe nan-owl e,o<»d success of the loral
supplication of remedial octM* through my Icxndla
tlon Tcbc. and my reputation an experienced phy
sician. whl secure a Mm- and quiet cure even la in*
Tctcratc caf s Ft. SEGN'ITZ. M.D.. W5 11-oadway,
corner nl is?h street. N V Patient* abroad riioald
jlreafDll oc-ctlptlon of their dbeaMA
mb 1 a7JK.ni w-yais
f'ATARBH! CATARRH!
DB. SFELTE S LIQUID CATARRH RF.MEDT.
A pure cure tot Catarrh or Cold In i he head. It b easier
to cure CataueiiUi in Consumption. ThCßjTiiptonisot
Caterrli at ilrsc are very slight. Person* find they
Slave a cold, and have frequent attacks, are more ten
tative to the change* of temperature. The no-e may
be urv. or a eiliiht discharge, tnm uud actK. becoming
thick .and ndLe-ive. as tue disease becomes chronic,
sihd got rid ofbv blowing the uo«e or falls Into the
throat, and Is hawked or caughed off. The breath be
comes ohcaslve. It mav dcatioy tr.c sense of ttnell
iir.d cau-i 1 de.fi.css. Ac. Price of Catarrh Remedy
J’J.t-O Sciitbr evprtiss. Office IS> Sonth Clark street,
rup stairs.) Audits* Dr. D. H.hELLYK. P. O. lloi -ktfil,
Chicago. 111. a|ilJ-c4IT-ltueod
18. SKELFY’S TIiUSS JESTAB
• LISIIMKNT.
12C Clark Street, €li(cago,Hl,
Foie proprietor and manufacturer of ttio Hard Robbs
Trass. This Trots w 111 cure Rupture, will never ru.-t
chafe, gah or blister, frees ibe cord from all pressure.
Is always clean and good as new. Manufacturer and
dealer fa Shoulder Braces. Abdominal Supporters, Bilk
IliL-tic Stockiiin. &c„ &c. Send for Pamphlets.
Dr. Wilcox’* Patent Artificial Leg. manufactured by
C. Stoflord. I’JR Clark street, Cutcago, 111., baa many
Important advantage over any other Limb known. Is
warrantM to give perfect satisfaction. Send for
pamphlet. de 2 sCW-iv t. T&a
Ladies, bead: a treas
ure for you::
CUoosc between Beauty. vi-nrar.d Health, or Faded
Looks aud Premature Decay.
The Gasket of Pearls!
C'-Ndalnieg Secret Counsels far the
Mothers, Wives and Daughters of America,
On (Ji:r.TAiN Points of vuu importance. essential to
their beauty, Vigor and Health.
By I’aJarau He AVJCOiT, 4 French Pnyelclaa.
Atlrccly p*ru*al of ’hi* invjilasblc work win ante
tin- lives of iln-ii-and* of our Mothers. Wives aud
D-»upli<fTo —Dr. La .v.ottk.
The should he opened hr every lady In the
land —Di. Deans,
frocict Counsels, equally adapted for Ladles—the
the Mother, Wife and huddlnu Maluer. —Dr. B.vßnkt.
Ob 1 thr.i I had readtlb hook In H-ason,my darling's
life would have been saved.—A Monrao.
The above work la cot Intended for the perusal of
Gerliemc:'.
On lad, airs 10 cents to Madame Beaumont, P. O.
Box CUT. ChScasu. 111, the bock will be sent free lo ary
partof the fi lic-dGUDB. upil-cTVKw
“WHY IS CRIST AD ORO’S
» ' HAIR DYE POPULAR?
rxin THE rNITZHB XL AN>wnn TO THIS QUU9TIOH.
BECAUSE
It imparis a natural Mack or brown,
it does nut cri-p or hum the llalr.
It coc< :>ot pull the fnlrot akla.
It U applied In ten mliat'ca.
THEREFORE
The Man of T«*tc <*pprov<>s It,
Thot-c who vain® Silken liatr use It.
The Ladies everywhere rrcfarlt.
Tlio-c to whom li-i.e b valuable patronise It.
CRIST&DOUO. « As’or House.
and applied by all lUtr
Dresj-cre. Trice, <l, and K pesjbot. according to
eirc. apM-b-VMm
TAEAFNESS, BLINDNESS,
CATAKBH,
And Sixcancs of the Air Passage**.
DR. UNDERWOOD. Ocullrt and Anrist, Operative
Gurpcon. r,’4 Randolph st..near the Sherman House,
Cldnapo, til.
Dr r. performs ell the approved, ancient and mo
tlem operation* lor LoftSlxtiluudHcarlnc.audlusorts
ArtiCchtlEyrS and Ear-Dmss. aplt ct'atw
TPHB CONFESSIONS AND EX
J- rTERIENCE OF A
KEUVOrS OTAUD.
Published fer thebenehtand as a caution te youce
men ard others who Buffer from Nervous Dcnlllty.
Early aud their kiutiied ailments—snpMjlnc
the nlCanßo^^e , By one who has cured hlmseu
alter being a victim of mbplaced confldeace In medi
cal bunding and qnackcry. Uy encloslm; a post-paid
directed envt-lop. *im:ie copies may be had of the
author. NATHANIEL MAYFAIR. R*q. -Bedford.
Klncpcounty. New York. JoJO-rtCi'j-Sm
BATCHELOR’S HAIR DYE.
The beet In the world.
WILLIAM. A. BATCHELORS
Celebrated ilslr Dye produces a color not to he dls-
Wngu'shed iron: nature—warranted r.ot to injure the
hair la the least: remedies the HI effects of tad dyes,
fcsd Invigorate* the ha’r for life.
GEET, BED, OE EUSXT HATE
Instantly turns a splendid Black or Brown. leaving tie
hair sottum! beautiful, Sold Sty all DraKKisls, Ac.
gjr*The genuine Is signed WllHa*a A. Batchelor oa
thefoar sides of each box. Factory, *1 Harclar-s*..
*Jew York, (laic 233 Broadway and 16 Docd.) jy9t7iniv
CPKING AND SUMMER
fO months arCfthc months to purify the blood.
Tsctlie Dandelion and Wild Cherry Bitters.
A few bottles will have thcdeslred effect. ThUlsnota
uvMitro. but |s the best blood purifier la use. All
money refunded If satisfaction is not riven. Price Me.
b. lIUNIINUTON, M ©Gregor. lowa.
Proprietor.
Agents in Chicago— BUCK & RAYNOU. 93 Clark
Krrcl ;.1 H.REED A C0..146Lak0-Pt. *p24-cQ.">O 6w
MOTHERS! MOTHERS!!
MOTHEKS!:! '
Don't Call to procure
MRS. WINSLOWS SOOTHING SYRUP FOR CHIL.
DREN TEETUINC.
This preparation U the prescription of one
Bfthemott cincrt-Miced and skillful .Nurwi In New
England. and lias been used with never failing success
Id thousands of cates.
It not only i*.ileu«the child from pain, hut invigo
rates the stomach and bowels corrects acidity, and
rives tone and energy to the whole system. It will al
most instantly relieve
«RU*ING IN THE DOWELS AND WIND COLIC.
And overcome Convulsions, which. If sot speedily
remedied, end Ir. death. We believe Uuiebeat and
anrcftremciyls the world.!n*’l ctsesof DYSENTERY
and DIAKUIiEA IN CUELL’RKN. whether arising
(rooi Teething orfre-m any ether cause.
Full directions form-lug will accompanvcach bottle,
Sore genuine unices Hie fac-simile of CUR t IS A PRR.
KINS. New York, la on t:ie outside wrapper.
Bold by nil Medicine Dealers
principal Ofllcc, 48 Dev street. New York.
PiaoE onxv 25 Cxnt« vzt Hottxz.
AKD
2YS.OBAUSAP.IUM,
The groat unequalled Preparation for
Rcktorinu. Invigorating. Ilcanlli'y
lug uud Breaking the lluir,
Rendering It Bofi.t-Ilky and glossy, and deposing It to
rotuidu h- j.j.v dvfircd noMtlca: quickly c'can-lng the
scalp, arresting the tall and Imparting a healthy and
natural colo: tothclhilr.
IT NEVER PAILS
To Restore Grey Hair
TO
itsOriglsal Yoathfa! Color.
o
IT IS NOT A DYE,
tho roots of the Hair, giving
for Ladies and Children
TSTiosollalr require* the Zylobal
ramui,. La.no (J ual. No lady's toUst
“ complete without It.
3oM by Druggists Osrougbout the World.
PRINCIPAL SALES OFFICE.
158 Greenwich Street, Eew YorkCiti
JojU-zfiOi Cta-e tat
'TIMBER.—The Peshtigo Cora
-1,1
iLnogre. hb vators and Buildings of every
al fcliort j.otiot*.
apii csr.«o iw THOMAS H. BEEBE. Prcaldaat.
Banking and ®rri)ange.
AV. DREXEL & CO.,
42 CLARK STREET, CHICAGO,
Receive Deposits, Hake Advances upon Pro
duce inStore and Shipments, and transact a
General Banking Business.
Reap. Dmxxl A Co* DmiKL & co„
New York. [inyS-dUMy] Philadelphia.
J? G. SALTOXSTALL & CO.,
X • COMMISSION
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS,
„ 21 South Clark street.
Stocks purchased In New York by Telegraph, lor
caah or cn time, and upeculatlve orders executed
promptly at New Yorkßatce.&c..&c.
tn>l-t1271- lw F. O. SAXTONSTALL & CO.
T>AXK OF AMERICA.—PubIic
XX Notice Is hereby given, that all BUI* or Circulat
ing Notes of the
“BANK OF AJniRICA,”
Heretofore incorporated and dol:>g business In the city
of Cliicogo.under the general banking lavrsof tae state
of Illinois, must be presented forpaymeut to t.ie Audi
tor of Tubltc Accounts of said state, at his ptiice.in
the city of Springfield. within three years from the
date hereof, or the funds deposited lor the rudeiafglon
of said notes will be given up to said hark.
DaMtkU^d.,o(^A i D.M ii
E. W. Willabd. Cashier. jy2*-e2a.’toiel-64
banking office op
J J j. A. ELMS & CO.,
ChiclsOO, March 2. 1853.
The undersigned having purchased the stpek of the
Trader's Bank of Cbtcago.and succeeded to ft* business,
have opened an office in this city, on ihc Northwest
corner of Lake and Clark streets, for the purpose of
doing a
General Banking and Exchange Business.
We will pay particular attention to the purchase and
»lc of Exchange. Coin and Treasury Notes, and will
be pleased to act as correspondents or agents for coun
try banks and bankers.
We will also keep for sale United States Revenue
Stamps, on which wc allow a discount ot four per
•ent. when ordered In amounts of fW? and upwards,
and ot three per cent, on amounts of 1100.
J. A. ELLIS & CO.
mS-a&U-Sm
E. L TINE HAM,Cashier.
r THE MERCHANTS, FARMERS
X AND MECHANICS SAVING’S BANK.
52 Clark Street, Chicago, 111.
Office hours from 10 A. if. to BP. M. Also, from 5 P
M. to 8 P. M. Tuesday and Saturday.
INCORPORATED IN 18G1.
Six per cent. Interest paid on Savings.
dibectoes and officers.
President—S. H. FLEETWOOD.
Vice-TTcs’t— F. C. SuxtiMAN. Counsel—W*. C. Goudt
Vice-Prta*t—P.lblVxaTFALL. Cashier—Svdxcy Mrxaa
J.Fa-go, J. M» Rountree, M. Lewis,
j.!«. Jones. T. S. H'linipfl, S. S. Hayes,
J. RcJun. UevJ)J)uune.TG.C’. S. Dote,
E. H. Williams, J. G. Gindcle, A. H. Burley,
Ed. Hempstead, T. 11. Beebe, W.li. Scales.
31. N. Bisnop J).D m D. a. Gage. Hon, W.B. Ogden.
J. M. W. Jones. W. E. Doggett. Be2l-o»5-ly
Q.ILMAN, SON & CO.,
BANKER S,
47 Sxeb&aso Place, New TorK.
Particular attention devoted to Western business.
Watsrumr Rkpurkucrs.— Chapin. Wheeler & Co..
Ch'caco. Ill,; Wisconsin Marine and Fire Insurance
Co. bank. Milwaukee; State Bank of lowa and
Brancbis; State Savings Association. ft. Louis.
n.hlu-neiS-ly
DOOLITTLE,
BANKER,
40 South Clark street Chicago, Illinois,
D'T’Ofiite rerelved. Exchnnce bought and sold and
every facility fur the transaction of all business per
taining to Hanking. my3-rts-ly
F. COOLBAUGH & CO.,
BANKERS, rmCAGO.
Deposits received. Prompt attention given to tho
bu*lin*s* of correspondent*,
w. v CooLUAuan. CooLDiron & Brooks.
US-bTSam Chicago. Burlington. lowa.
insnvaiiit.
jyjf ILLEIi & 'WILLMAIITU,
FIKE, MAKEVE AAI» I.IFE
INSURANCE AGENTS.
GlSce, No. 150 Soalh Water St.,
DOLE’S BUILDING, CHICAGO, ILL.
T. L. MILLER, - - - 12. B. WILLMARTH.
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF NEW YORE.
PROVIDENCE WASHINGTON INS, C 0. t
of Providence. R. 1., Clmnercd IJJ9,
ARCTIC FIRE INSURANCE CO.,
OF NEW YORK.
CITIZENS’ FIRE INSURANCE CO.,
OF NEW YORK
GERMANIA FIRE INSURANCE CO.,
OF NEW YORK.
ADRIATIC FIRE INSURANCE CO..
OF NEW YORK.
HAMPDEN FIRE INSURANCE CO.,
OF SPRINGFIELD MASS.
MANHATTAN LIFE INSURANCE CO.,
OF NEW YORK,
py No Charge for Stamps on Policies.
Jall-krilS-ly
JNSURANCE.
FIRE AND MARINE.
THE
nsinAscE cosipjar,
OB’ NEW YOKK,
Gash Capital and Surplus, $500,000
JOSEPH EETCnUM. | ARTHUR TI. LOWERRE.
Provident. Vice President.
TTM.U. WINDSOR. J. PRYOR RORKE,
Secretary. | Aatiat&nt Secretary.
RISKS acalortlofiß and damace by FIRE, and risks
of INLAND NAVIGATION AND TRANSPORTA
TION. HULL.CARGO, and FREIGHTS accepted, and
losses paid by
S. P. CAKTER, Agent,
No. 8 Board Trade Buildings,
SOUTH WATER STREET. CHICAGO. ILL.
lapie-cCOA-lwl
Bnmntsi (Sarto.
C. DEAN,
DENTIST,
jl Clark street, (nearly opposite the Sherman House.
ap39b-JSI-7tls
T) EMQVAL. —Todd, Dexter & Co.
XV bare removed from 111 to
134 South Water street,
Where they will continue to transact a General Com
chHon bnslncM, and wonld respectfully solicit con
signments of Grain, Floor. Pork. Lardvtc. Liberal
anvancc* made on consignments. apW clo7-lm
T AND SURVEYING AND EN
.I J GINEERINQ.—Famckx 8. Gnr.KXXT.BS Dear
bom street, having filed Lb bond and taken oat a
license as burreyor under the provisions of the new
City Charter, Is prepared to make surreys and sub
divisions, and to perform all duties heretofore per
taining to the ofilcc of City Surveyor, now abolished.
mh2lbt3-4w
JEVNE & ALMINI,
FRESCO PAINTERS,
101 TTaablngtoD street, Chicago, Hl*
tmbCt-b.’3l4w|
QLTLER, BALL & 00.
UGnXKING ROD DEALERS
ArdComml-elon Merchant*. 93 Klnzic street. Chicago
a;lcslßw
]y£ A. HOWELL & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF
PAPER HANGINGS,
No. 24 Cortlandt street, Now York.
ESTABLISHED IS 1537.
Manufactory at New Brunswick, TV. J,
The special attention given to those who submit
their Older* to us when unable to visit New York, has
won for us a high reputation In the trade. Wc cab
§narantee satisfaction to all who send In their order*
y letter. apS-cbMa
JgRNEST TRUSSING,
‘ BEAL ESTATE AGENT,
O Laraon Block. Chicago, Illinois.
Loans negotiated on real estate security. Jy<-66t9-ly
Sags.
(JOHN EXCHANGE.
Bag
HART, ASTEN & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS or
BAGS!
Of every description,
157 South Water Street. 157,
MILLERS,
SEAMLESS,
BURLAPS,
FLOUR,
GRAIN.
GUNNY,
HAM AND FEED BADS.
iy* Second-hand Capa always on band,
haps loaned to shippers.
3iyi2-rts2-ly
TVTIGHT SCAVENGER.—CharIes
Xi Knni will attend to the cleaning of Vaults. Priv
ies and the removal of offensive matter of all dtacrtp-
Hons spoiled meats, dead animals. &C..&C. Rainwater
clsternwclcancd and purified, Particular attention
civm to the removal of stable manure. All work at
tended to with promptness aud dispatch, and at hour
njott suitable. Post office Box 4ih*. »pis-csi.-ln
RENT —New and second-hand
PIANOS.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
FUNDS AND MELODEONS,
Orders from a distance prompt
‘W'J i? J ULIIT3 BAUER & CO.. _
tahl7b2tt-3u n So aih Clark street.
VV 99 L TWINE.—I am manu
factoring, and can nu orders for thla goods,
Itt any Quantities*.
Nathaniel whits,
mhW-a?33-2w % South Water street.
Cljkaga tribune.
TUESDAY, 3IAY 5,1863.
iriCKLIFFIiN.
We told yon so. We saw tho cloud.
Like to a slave girl's hard—not bigger,
Which threatened surely to enshroud
In gloom tho Union and the—Constitution.
The North we charge with every fll,
Wo cannot blame with too much rigor;
For have they not, Avith tongue and quill,
Preached interference with tho—Constitution
Where did the Southron strike a blow,
Adjust a noose, or pull a trigger,
Save to chastise a tyrant foe.
In vindication of the—Constitution?
“ The Constitution and the laws,”—
We go the comprehensive figure,
Maintaining still the ancient cause—
The lawa (of Dixie) ami the—Constitution.
Then for the “ Union as It was ”
We'll fight this “ cruel war” with vigor,
And hid the ‘‘Ape ” to keep his paws
From off the consecrated—Constitution.
. F. A. B. S.
Hto.ll EGIPT.
Jonesboro Court-house Pilled with
the Arrested—Many Sent South—!»!•>■
Fish in the Net—How the Thine was
Done The Copperheads Terror-
Stricken—“ Peace to tho mansions.))
Anna, Union Co., 111., April 29,1663.
At last I have plenty of news concerning
the Copperheads of Southern Illinois. For
nearly a year I have kept, vou posted rcg.ird
ingjthe treatment to’which Union men have
been subject; and I add that within the lust
lew months mutter? have grown bo much
worce that not only have large, fine orchards
belonging to Union men been ruined, and
other property destroyed, but they have been
assaulted, beaten, maimed and some so much
eo that they can but be cripple* for life. This
in Union county. Ton have printed the ac
count of the attempt to arrest two deserters
in Jonesboro, the county seat, of the mob
whlckcaused their release by threatening to
hang the officers, and the “murder of Mr.
Welsh, who assisted them, by the mob. This
was ou the 35th. Since then several Union
mt-n are reported to have been hung by this
Jonesboro mob; and it. is certain that one of
them, Mr. Neeley, was shot by Mr. Nash, and
It is thought dangerously wounded.
The next day a company of lowa soldiers
came up from Cairo by special train, and
readied Anna, one mile from Jonesboro, to
which place they proceeded, but when they
arrived every man of the town, containing
1,200 inhabitants, had lied, and they could do
nothing. They iclurned the same night to
Cairo. But the next day they came up on the
regular passenger train at 3 o’clock p. m.,
and going over at once, they surrounded the
business part of the town before the alarm
was sounded, and at once proceeded to make
arrests.
They took possession of the Court House,
aud no one was allowed to leave the town!
The time of harvest—for everything, be it
f ood or evil, has its harvest—had clearly come,
t is proper to remark here that it has long
been known that there are only three Union
men in this town. One is the Postmaster, one
John Dougherty, and one a mechanic.
About twenty of the principal men were
sent to Cairo, and day before yesterday some
thing like the same numborwereadded. They
will be forwarded to Columbus, Ky., where
they will be tried and sentenced, or furnished
transportation into Dixie, where they belong.
They include the business men of the town,
and their miserable, drunken, negro-hunting,
swearing, foul-mouthedhaugers-on. Some of
the former are wealthy, and the physicians
and lawyers arc well represented.
Among others is the keeper of the jail, the
Rev. J. 5», Albright. He is the precious indi
vidual who figured some time since as the
claimant, or some such character, of a fugitive
at Ottawa, In this Suite, which affair made a
great-stir at the time, lie Is a Methodist
preacher, and since the war, in sermon and
convertalion, has bewailed the hard lot of his
Southern brethren, forced to fight tor their
rights. There arc several very big fish in this
net, hut as It is not yet clear what is to be
t heir fate, 1 will not' speak of them at pres
ent.
, To-day a flairs have assumed new propor
tions, arrerls are commencing through the
county, and the consternation couldhot be
greater were tbe cholera present. In ul! about
70 are lying guarded in the Court House, or
have gone South, but as soldiers are going
through the country and picking up more, It
impossible to tell how many will be 4 ‘ forced
from home and all Us pleasures.”
There is something very remarkable about
the case and certainty with which the officers
seize upon the right man; for instance: they
meet a Butternut and ask him if his name is
44 50:” he says no. 44 We11, what is it?” He
tells his name. “Veiywell, we want you.”
44 What fur V ” 44 Ton come along.” 44 But I
want to see my wife.” 44 Did n’t you ever sec
her?” ,4 ln course I have,” , ‘\Vel3, come
along, and shut up.”
So far us I can learn the facts, it appears
that while the Union men were living, with
their lives and property in the greatest jeop
ard}*, and wondering, with a species of de
spair, why Government did not protect them,
there were certain Confederate agents busy as
be uvers going through the coautrv, but sub
ordinate to the Order of the Golden Circle,
and with the avowed object of ascertaining :
two things: one, of knowing who the Union
men were and taking their names, aud the
l.o£fcß|Of learning who were opposed to the
-2™., and in favor cither ot the South or a
Northwestern Confederacy.
During the progress of the business certain
papers w ere drawn up favoring this last prop
osition, and the names of the principal men
of the county were subscribed to it in their
own band. When I add that those papers, by
some process, of which I know nothingwhat
cver, have got into the hands of the Union
authorities, it is seen how easy it is to fix
upon the right men.
The following is the condition of tbe people
through tbe county: One sees men riding
horses at full speed along quiet roads, and
with guns on the shoulders. Formerly runa
way slaves used to fix up lodging places in
woods, or in caves, where they stopped to
rest a few days, or for tbe night. Many of
these identical lodges are occupied by the men
who formerly bunted them. They bond them
selves together ami live in large barns, keep
ing watch night and day, and have guns al
ways loaded. But when the soldiers come,
they flee, if possible; they dare not shoot.
Some sleep in hollow logs, others cannot
sloop anywhere. Often one comes across a
dozen or more camping in remote valleys.
Amid this terror, Union men and their fam
ilies arc at peace : aud not more quiet are
birds in their nests while the storm rages.
battle: of cape gibak.
DEAII.
Attack of Marmaduke with 10,000
Men!—Tlio Place Defended by Brig.
Gen. John McNicl with 2,000 Men
lor Five Honrs!—The Encuiy llcpul
sed With Great Slaughter!
Cape Girardeau, Mo., April 27,1585.
The fight commenced about a mile and a
half back of the town, between Shelby’s Bri
gade and the Ist Regiment of Nebraska lufan
tay, under Lt. Col. Banmer, a German officer
of great merit, who held three regiments of
rebel infantry in check for an hour, when ho
was obliged to fall back within the protection
of the batteries. In this preliminary engage
ment, the Ist Nebraska troops, led by their
brave Lt. Col. and by Capts. lUbble,Major,Gil
lete, Potts, Lawlor, Provost, and Curren, dis
played a most determined bravery, and the
skill of veteran troops. The beginning of the
battle look place about 10 o’clock, a. ra., on
the Jackson Road, in an open field, near a
piece of woods from which tuc rebels emerged
to the attack in large numbers, supported by
a field battery. The Ist Nebraska foil back a
short distance to a small piece of timber,
where they were supported bythelst Wiscon
sin Cavalry, under Lt. Col, Pomeroy, and by
the 2d Missouri battery.
From this time (about 11 o’clock a. m.) the
battle became a severe contest between the
artillery ot the respective forces, until 3
o’clock in the afternoon, when the enemy re
treated fiom the field, and the battle ceased,
wit it great loss on their side and small loss on
ours.
The artillery of the enemy was posted in
the edged the woods, and in the roads lend
ing to the town, about one mile beyond the
outermost fort, named B.
Our own batteries were planted on hills
about half a mile beyond the fort, aud that
nmch nearer the enemy. These were Well
fly’s and the 2d Missouri Batteries, command
ed by Licnts, Jacoby aud Zepp. The artil
lery of Fort B was commanded by Col. Daniel
Huston, and the entire force of artillery was
commanded by Capt. Meisner, Chief of Artil
lery on Gen. McNeil’s staff. The several bat
teries were supported by detachments of the
Ist Nebraska Infantry, and the 32d lowa In
fantry. Their firing was splendid throughout
the battle, their shot and shell going straight
to the mark. At almost every discharge you
could see the rebel cavalry fall from their
horses.
On passing over the battle ground after
ward, I saw one fellow lying with a ghastly
wound from a cannon ball in his left breast,
cold and Stiff with clenched hands, a horrible
expression of ignorance and depravity on his
countenance, and near by, two flue white
horses lying dead, the bitter with far more
innocence in their faces than their human
companions.
In one instance we saw some rebel officers
come into an open field, as if for the purpose
of selecting a position for a battery. They
were not able to remain two minutes on the
ground, so well directed were the shat and
shell from our cannon to the spot where they
stood. In the size and calibre of our
ordnance we had great advantage. The siege
gnus of the fort wereJM poundcrs, and several
of our pieces 13-ponnders.
The enemy threw nothing larger than
C pound balls, spherical and oblong. Their
cannon, however, were rifled, and their balls
flew a great distance. They generally passed
over our heads, and some of them reached
the town. We saw many of them picked up
after the battle. Very few of their shells
burst. Their fire began to slacken about 1
o'clock in the afternoon. Ours continued
wherever a trace of the enemy could be seen,
till 3 o’clock, when the battle ceased.
A large brick residence, in which some of
the enemy took shelter, bears the mark of oar
cannonballs. One large hole through the
kitchen could be seen a mile off.
In one place, within an area of a few acres,
eeventy-five dead horses were said to have
been counted, and in many places dead men
were fonnd, whom the rebels were not able
to carry off the field. Many, however, were
carried away, their blood having stained the
ground.
Two of their wounded officers fell into nor
hands, Mnior Blackmon and Adjutant Ed
wards of the Ist regiment of Shelby’s brigade.
They represent our fire as having been very
defctruclivc to them. They knew personally
of five of their line and field officers being
cither killed or wounded. The whole num
ber of their killed Is estimated at sixty, and
of their wounded 300. Owing to the great
disparity of their forces and ours, Gen. McNeil
did not pursue them, and so they had time to
tsike away most of their dead and wounded.
In one instance they charged upon one of
our batteries, but were driven back with
slaughter. The Union forces had every ad*
vantage In position, were well armed, well
managed, the butteries Averc admirably ban*
died, the siege guns from the powerful fortifi
cation (a high eminence overlooking the
whole field) were fired with great precision,
so that a more decided victory was gained,
with small loss, and the rebel hordes from
Arkansas were terribly repulsed and driven
trom ihe suburbs of the city. Our whole loss
Is six killed and as many wounded,
1 he rebels had counted on an easy victory.
They had summoned the surrender of tfie
place with great pomp, pretending to do it by
order of Maj. Gen. Sterling Price, who, I sus
pect, was not within one thousand miles, and
had offered Gen. McNeil a half hour to make
up bis mind. In the reply, convoyed back by
Col. Strahan, Volunteer Aid to the General,
the Colonel claimed that they should credit
Gen. McNeil with twenty-nine minutes, a« he
Lad decided in just one minute to hold the
post himself. Their defeat is undoubtedly a
terrible disappointment and humiliation, for
thej' had a double purpose in view. *
They not only expected to make great capi
tal out of the capture of Cape Girardeau, and
raise the hopes of rebeldomand the Copper
heads of the North, hut they were also bent
on plunder. Their army, as represented by
Maj. Blackwell and Adj’t Edwards, is desti
tute of provisions, and they expected large
supplies and great spoil at Cape Girardeau.
As it ie, they have robbed the farmers’ houses
m the vicinity, but they will scarcely lake
anything away out of tho country, should
they be so fortunate as to escape with their
lives.
In this battle Gen. John McNeil displayed
his accustomed bravery. He was cool, col
lected, anddetermined, vigilant day and
taking but little sleep, and seeing to it that
all his plans, in their utmost details, were ex
ecuted. He knew that a great stake to his
country and himself res'ed on the issue. To
have lost Cape Girardeau, an important mili
tary posilionin Missouri, and midway between
Cairo and St. Louis, and immediately oppo
site to Southern Illinois, would have been a
great disaster; and for John McNeil to bo
taken a prisoner would, as he said, have left
Mrs. McNeil a widow, and his children father
less.
The Southern Confederacy has set a price
upon his head, for his prompt execution of
their guerilla bands In Missouri, and to get
him into their possession would afford them,
an opportunity of glutting their vengeance,
which they are not likely soon to obtain, for
Gen. McNeil will never be taken by them
alive.
Geo. H. Iloyt, the young Boston law
yer, who went down to Virginia to defend
John Brown, is now the leader of an inde
pendent hand of soldiers, who are hunting
down guerillas, and otherwise harrassing the
enemy. Ho is one of the fighting Aboli
tionists.
MISCELLANEOUS MATTERS.
Tbe value of tlic real and personal property
of llie seven States where alone taxes could,
lor the present, be collected by the rebels—
according to the last census—is'§3,o9l,ooo,ooo.
Now the rebel chiefs propose to raise bytases
over four hundred millions in the present
year, on this properly, much of which con
sists of negro slaves and real estate, both un
productive now. They propose to seize one
tenth of all the property of the South for
taxes, that is to say. It is easy to sec that
lids is impossible.
rifteen thousand and ninety-seven per
sons died in Philadelphia during the year 1802.
This was au increase of 0211 over the previous
year. The sanitary report to the city authori
ties says:
44 This increase is mainly attributable to the
temporary deposits of the bodies of deceased
soldiers and others in the receiving vaults of
the various cemeteries, aud subsequent re
moval therefrom by friends to other localities
and beyond the city. The Board are still of
opinion that 4 all interments in the thickly
populated parts of the city should cease.’ ”
Siiaksperian Patriotism.—“ Had I a dozen
sons—each in my love alike—l had rather had
eleven die nobly for their country than ouc
voluptuously surfeit out of action.”—£AtiA
sjxorc.
Peppermint.—The growers are busy plant
ing peppermint in this vicinity, many of them
having finished, the wc-a* tier being favorable.
Owing to the scarcity of labor, not so much
has been put out as would have been other
wise. This essential oil is raised to quite an
extent in this county. Tiie proceeds of last
year’s crop were estimated at §27,500. — Three
JHurx(Jheh.) Chronicle, JpriZ2o.
Salt Boring at Flint.—Crapo’s salt well
In tliis city has reached a depth of about 1,000
feet. Scarcely any doubt exists that when the
fi esh water is shut off by tubing, brine of suf
ficient strength and quantity will be found.—
Flint {Mich.) Democrat, April 30.
Salt Boring at Jackson. —The forces en
gaged in boring for salt are progressing down
ward rapidly. Yesterday they bad reached
the depth of 150 feet.— Jaekson (Jfich.) Citizai,
April 27.
YOUNG, BROTHERS & CO
SB & 35 Lake street,
AND 39 WABASH AVENUE,
CHICAGO,
—AND—
35 MAIN STREET, ST. LOUIS,
Have the largest and best assorted slock of
CLOTHING,
To be found la the West, Including a splendid assort
ment of
gpaaishLmeaCoats
AND DUSTERS.
Our Manufactory is at
ISO Clmmbors-st,, and. 50 War*
rcn-st., 3\ew York*
We will sell our Olotlimg nt tbo
Lowest Kew York, Philadelphia
—AND—
BOSTON MANUFACTURER’S PRICES.
YOUNG, BEOTHEES & CO.
ap26 d&3 im
ESTABLISHED 1700.
PETER lOEILLARD,
Snuff and Tobacco Manufacturer,
1C Sc 18 CHAMBERS ST.
(Formerly 42 Chambers street, New York,)
Would call the attention of Dealers to the articles Of
bis manufacture, viz.:
BROWN SNUFF.
Macaboy. Domlgros.
Fine Rappee. Pure Virginia.
Coarse Rappee, Natuiiioahes,
American Gentleman. Copenhagen.
lELLOW SNUFF.
Scotch. Honey Dew Scotch,
High Toast Scotch. Fresh Honey Dew Scotch.
Irish lltch Toast, Fresh Scotch,
or Lundyfoot.
XtT Attention Is called to the large reduction In
prices of Fine-cut Chewing and Smoking Tobaccos,
which will bo found of a bupxriob quality.
TOBACCO,
ntosnfo. fine cur chewing. • ctosiNa.
ixmg. P. A. L.. or plain. S. .Iflgo.
No.l, Cavendish or Sweet. Spanish,
No. 2. Sweet scented Oronoco, Canaster,
Nos. iA 2 mix- Tic Foil Cavendish, Turkish,
©d Granulated,
N. 8.-A circular of prices will be sent on applica
tion. mb‘d>-b&I4-3ui
NOTICE
BOOTS AND SHOES,
AT WHOLESALE.
Having added & WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT to
our Retad Business, we are prepared to show a well
selected stock for city and country trade, to which
the attention of wholesale purchasers la Invited, as
suring them that prlcoa shall bo AS LOW, If NOT
LOWER. riiAn can be found elsewhere.
IS TOE RETAIL DEPARTMENT,
JI»7 be found a SPLENDID ASSORTMENT of the
latest styles' SOods, and we take this medium of re
turning our thanks for the former very liberal patron
age, and would respectfully solicit a continuance of
the tame.
ROBERT BAMBER,
189 Lnko Street.
apl-bSS6-Sot
Tie undersigned, wash-
IXGTOS rniITKBY, of'WlncSendon. Mass ,cv,;-
tlonsall persons from buying of Q. T. Gilbert, rights
to msnmacturc or sell his
EXCELSIOR CLOTHES WRINGER,
As he. said Gllbert.h&s no authority so to do. A. Rldeß
20t Lake street. Chicago. Is duly authorized to sell
State and County Rights In Western State*. WASH
INGTON WHITNEY. apll-cGttlot
fj'LIGJBLE INVESTMENT.— To
be sold, the undivided ono-half ol a BREWERY
fitnatrd !□ the village of Mazomanlc, Dane Coonty
Wlscoiiflo. near the railroad depot, twenty-two miles
from Mfldi«t n.the Capital of the State, Price $1,500.
Am<iv to EDWARD HOGGINS. Mazomanlc. Dane
County. Wisconsin. mld2-b36-7w
KH TONS TOBACCO—Of reliable
t/ V/ and standard Kentucky brands. In boxes, half
boxes and caddies; also, fine cut chewing and smok
ing of approved manufacture, la barrels, half barrel*.
**• for Ml. -ggwfe, t EAKKET,
au7tS94-lT 71 Sontb Water street.
EE AX) Y—(Official,) The United
• States Conscription Act. or National Militia Bill,
with a copious index for rcterenco. .IAS. W. FOR
TUNE. Publitter, 107 Centre street, N. V. Price five
cents. mli27-b(y)-lnla
fHiscEllanecms
QB.OCEBIES.
EWIM, BRIGGS & CO,,
75 South "Water street, Chicago,
Offer for wle at THE VERY LOWEST PRICES to
CLOSE BUYERS AM) PROMPT MEN.
a well selected stock of
GROCERIES
AT WHOLESALE,
EMBRACING
Sugars. Fish.,
Teas, Tobacco,
Coffees, Klee,
Syrups, Spices,
Molasses, Soaps,
Dried. Fruit,
WOODEV WARS, ana all articles usually included la
their line.
„ boßgbt ko*i oi oar roods tor ca»a. and be-
HfTcithat we can make It to tne interest of all parcliae
mg .1 ti.Umarket to call and examine onretocc before
nnyia s . w CO..
Ko. 73 South Watex
L. avt=u. St. LouU. Mo,
Clinton Jtrlpß?,
Tfaorcas Hccrmaaa, (Chicago. mylS-rCT-lj
1863.~ SPRING TRADE -
C. M. HENDERSON & CO.,
Manufacturers and wholesale dealers la
BOOTS AND SHOES,
32 Lake-St., cor. Wabash are.,
CHICAGO. ILL.
Ws have in stora and are receiving the largest stock
of Boots and Shoes la the West, and are confident
that then* can be found in no MAtucrr a better aisort
znent cf all styles of desirable good* man wc are pro
pared to show. Besides a great variety of cheaper
grades, we have large lines of wabuantzi) ocstom
hack Kip, thick and • 'alf Boots. Brogues. Ac., m well
as the latest and finest styles ol Laalte* Gaiters and
Balmorals pnltible for the city trade. We buy lor
cash and will r.lfer to cash urd pbomvt *sort time
buyers, prices tba* cannot be undersold. Wo'ean ae
corrinodarethe trade with extra sizes.
mhT> aTOT-Sm C. M. HENDKESDN & CO.
J-~[ATS, CAPS, &a.
25 Lake Street.
WEBER, WILLIAMS & FITCII
now offor for
EAELT SPRING TRADE,
by the package or dozen.
5,000 CASES
Kate, Caps, Straw Goods,
UMBRELLAS, PARASOLS.
Palm Leaf Goods, Shaker Hoods, &o,
comprietr e fhll lines of all new stylea. making the
LARGEST and BEST ASSORTED STOLE to Da toond
West ol the sea hoard, most of whiett was purchased
before the late advance In prices, and will be bold as
cheap as can be bought of the best nooses in me Allan
tic cltlee. fe2d a^W-Sm
1863." SPBING trade.
CLOTH HOUSE.
FIELD, BENEDICT & 00.,
34 & 3G Lake Street, Chicago,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IK
Cloths,
Cassisneres,
Vestings,
And all the various styles of WOOLRN. COTTON and
LINEN piece goods for
MEN’S WEIAJR,
Adapted to the wants of the West. We shall, as here
tofore for the past fourteen years, keen the largest
and best assorted stock ot this class or goods to be
found In this market. An examination la solicited.
AGENTS FOB
Scott's, Clay's and Glcncrosa*
Reports of fashions.
feSS-aifiJWxn
1863. - DRY GOODS,
Staple and Fancy,
FOR THE SPRING,
HARMON, GALE & CO.,
(Successors to Harmon. Aiken & Gale.)
53 LAKE STREET, €lilcago.
We offer to the trade a large and weH-selcctod
stock ot
COTTON AND WOOL GOODS,
PRINTS,
COTTONADES,
Yankee Notions, Hoop Skirts, Hosiery,
•SJJD OTHEB GOODS IS OtJH LLVii,
We are now largely In stock and are prepared to
offer great inducements to clone buyers. We solicit
ait examination from all wishing to purchase.
DABnON, GALE & CO.
ftfiftaMSSm *
J H. REED & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OP
DRUGS & CHEMICALS,
M 6 LAKE ST., CHICAGO.
Also, deal largely In
PAINTS, OILS, WINDOW GLASS,
GLASSWARE,
Burning Oils, Kerosene,
SOAP-MAKER’S STOCK,
Manufacturers’ Goods, fee, &c,,
Which we offer at prices favorable to Western Mer
chants and Manufacturers.
_ J. H. REED. 171 Pearl street. N. Y.
phl2-bl2‘VSni H. A. UURLBUT. Chicago.
SUGAR WAREHOUSE,
Corner of State and Sonin Water streets.
AGENCY OF THREE
New York Sugar Refineries,
Widen manufacture
60,000,000 lbs. Eaw Sugar a Tear,
Haring their Depot In Chicago, with a large stock In
store at all times. To lee dealers, large and small,
and consumers ol the the advantage la of
fered of buying Sugar oe they want,
AT NEW YORK PRICES,
•with the freight added, thereby dispensing with the
middle men, who seeks profit at the expense of the
consumers.
“Money Saved is Money Earned.”
Dealer in the interior, who hare not received any
circulars, will hereafter have them seat if they will fur
nlsh me with their address.
TERMS CASH.
J. H. DraiHiM.
np4-cs>sm
1863 new house. 1883
H.&R. B. WHITTEMORE £ CO.,
37 Lake st. and 43 Wabash avenue,
WHOLE SALK DEALERS ET
Hats, Caps and Straw Goods,
Umbrellas and Parasols.
Onr stock of new goods for the Spring trade Is unn
snailv full and desirable, comprising the largest and
most attractive assortment in the West, and having
been purchased previous to the great advance, we are
satisfied we have ftclUtle* that will enable us to com
mand the attention of merchants visiting this market,
and particularly *
ALL CASH BUYERS.
SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO
ORDERS.
H. 4 B, B. WHITTEMORE ft CO.
m 5 atT73-sm,
9ra HHDS. NEW ORLEANS
*mi tJ\J SUGARS, —Common to choice is store and
for sale br PAB&OKS. PITKIK * BANKET.
71 South Water street
fniacellancans.
gADDLERY HARDWARE.
HAYDEN, KAY & CO.,
45 & 47 LAKE STREET,
Are prepared to show cash buyers of
Saddlery Hardware
Alt D
CARRIAGE TRIMMIXGS,
The largest and best assorted stock to be found la th
Northwest, embracing
RI’KOGS AAT» AXLES,
Hubs, Suokes, Felloes,
CABBIAGE CODIES AND SEATS,
Enameled Cloth, Patent Leather, &c.
Also, a large assortment of
HOBSE COLLABS AND BLANKETS,
WHIPS AND LASHES,
Skirting, Bridle, Collar and Harness
LEATHER.
All of which will be offered at prices that will cot
be undersold,
AGENTS FOR
Howry’s Springs and Axles, Crochet’*
Varnishes.
DOLE'S PATENT
Hub Boxing Machines and Hollow Augers.
P. HAYDEN, TV. V. KAT. P. WILSON.
New York. Chicago. Cincinnati.
tnbT-aSM-Szn
gTRTKEE & CO.
CLOAKS!
PLAIN, BRAIDED AND RICHLY
EUBBOIOiCBED.
Circulars and Sacques,
New and Splendid Styles
NOW READY AT
STRYKER & CO.’S,
No. X-d-1 Lake street.
ALSO—JUST RECEIVED,
SOIMF.B, LIBIA, and FIXE LIMBS WOOL
SHAWLS,
In Seasonable Colors.
DRESS GOODS
SUN lIIBREIiLIS,
Parasols and Sun Shades,
A large stock now In store,
Bonnet, Trimming and Belt Ribbons.
jouvnrs & aiexandee’s kids.
A large asaortment of
HOOF SHIFT S,
Prints and Domestic Goods,
EMBROIDERIES, HOSIER? & GLOVES,
Jnst opened, and will be sold at prices as low as can
ebewhexe be found.
STRYKER & CO.,
Itl LAKE STREET.
mylP-rUU-ly
Q.EEAT ATTRACTION
AXD HEAVY EEDFCTIOX LV THE
PRICE OF
FOREIGN
DRESS GOODS!
WICKS, SMITH & CO.,
TVill odor on Tuesday, tlic 9Sth
Inst., and every day after until
closed, tUcir entire stocl£ 9inclnd
iug over
200 CASES
FROM AUCTION,
PRIVATE SALE,
At 25 per cent less than Original Cost
Also, the leading styles of
DOMESTIC GOODS,
In frill assortmcatolamodcrate advance from Auc
tion rates.
WICKS, SMITH & CO.,
SI anti S3
Franklin, street, New York.
taplS-dSO-lml
JJ ATS, CAPS AND
Straw Goods
AT WHOLESALE.
E. P. L. BROOM,
(SUCCESSOR TO E. R. KELLOGG* CO.)
50 - - liAKK STREET. - - 50
I have now on hand, and ant dally receiving, a
large and well selected stock ot
HATS, CAPS, STRAW GOODS
SHAKER HOODS, &c.,
suitable for the
Spring and Summer Trade of ’63
Which I offer to the trade, either byt he package or
dozen.at
LESS THAN EASTERN PRICES.
Country Merchants, whether purchasing or not, are
cordially invited to examine my stock and prices.
E. P. L. BROOM,
Wholesale Dealer la
HATS, CAPS, &0.,
CO LAKE ST„ CHICAGO
[ml-aTfia-Sm]
pHICAGO IJCAD Am) OIL
\J WORKSJ
Corner Clinton and Pulton Streets West Side.
LEAD PIPE, BULLETS, BAS & SHEET LEAD,
LINSEED OIL,
Shot, White Lead, Bed Lead and Litharge,
PUMPS AND HYDRAULIC RAMS.
Orders from the trade solicited. Highest market
price paid fo* Sccfi - P.0.80x 6115,
eel E. TT. BLATCHFQHT\
gILK ELASTIC STOCKINGS,
SHOULDER BRACES
-AJSTS TRUSSES,
A Large Assortment
AT GALE BROTHERS.
■Wholesale ft Chicago.
gPRING STYLES
o r
MATS AND CAPS,
Just Received.
RETAIL AND WHOLESALE.
i. a. sjnxi: & co.,
api cSt lia 118 LAKE SlitkEi 1 .
SARATOGA EMPIRE SPRING
►O WATER DEPOT,
REMOVED TO
120 SOUTH WATER STREET.
Chicago. Stay Itt. 1563. myl-d257-lm
'WARREN HOUSE,
200 Randolph Street*
Is now undergoing thorough repairs, anil will ho re
opened for l>oardere on tb«* first day of May
next. tapa-diswiij L. p, hill. Proprietor.
Sltiiinuui,
GREENBACKS are G m,
ROBACK’S are BETTER
Stomach Bitters.
Tec thousand b*t?le* sold lo one month The mo«t
popular Stucacc Bitters la use.
Roback’s Bitters.
Gocdfor all dcraturerrent of the Stomach. BUlionsaeaa.
Liver Con/pU'x.t, acd general debility.
Roback’s Bitters.
They posses# worderfal torlcprirertlc?. g-rlng tone th
the appetite and digestive organa.
Roback’s Bitters.
Debilitated L.v’W and seder.ta'w pe'sors will find la
them an excellent toulc.
Robaek’s Hitters.
A wlnegUsaftil before each meal will remove Indiges
tion and all liver diseases.
1 ©back’s Ritters.
They are letter than aU Pills. Powder* and other am*
ecous. disagreeable coxpouncv
RobacK’s Ritters.
Th<y can be taken without regard to diet. As&nap.
pctlflerthey have no eqmL •
B ©back’s Bitters.
They are prepared by an old and skilful phvsiclaa,
froze well known vegetable reccdle*.
M©back ; § Bitters.
"Wherever known they hare become a standard finally
strengthening remedy.
B©back’s Bitters.
Try one bottle, and you will alwavs use them aad re
commend them to others.
B ©back’s Bitters.
. Sold at wholesale hy FT7LLLR. FINCH * FULLER,
LORD & SMITH, SMITH A DWYER, BURNHAM <fc
SMITH, .7, H. RtLD A CO.. J.KOEMHELD. WRIGHT
& FWNCH. At retail by BLISS & SHARPE,
WRIGHT &IFRENIH MANNA DYCHE, GALL 1
BROTIIKKS. E. H. SARGENT, il. JEROMfe. JOS.
WILLARD.W. H. DILLINGHAM, ror. Van liaren and
Slate street, and by Druggists generally.
Dr.C.W.ROBACK. Fro?.. Cincinnati,
C. A. COOK, CMcago, General Agent
Office 21 * 25Market st.. Linds [dock.
fell ris3-ly eod
★ ic
DR. SWEET’S
EialMUMe Mmmeiaf;,
THE
GREAT EXTERNAL REMEDY,
FOR RHEUMATISM. GOUT. NF.URALGIA, LUSf,
DAGO. STIFF NFCK AND JOISTS. SPRAINS.
1JI»?I>KS. OUTS AND WOUNDS. PILES
HEADACHE. AND ALL RHEUMATIC
AND NERVOUS DISORDERS.
For all of which it Is a speedvand certain remedy
and never fall*. This Liniment Is prepared from the
recipe of Dr. Stephen Sweet, of Connecticut, the
famous Lone setter, and has been used In his practice
for more than twenty years with the moat astonishing
tucce««.
AS AN ALLEVIATOR OF PAIN. It is unrivalled
by any preparation before the public, of which the
mc-bt sceptical mav be convinced bv a single trial.
This Llr inicnt will cure rapidly and radically, Rhen
malic Disorders of everv kind, and Ip thousands of
cast s where It has been used It nas never been known
to fall.
FOR NEURALGIA, It will afford Immediate relief
In every case, however distressing.
It will relieve the worat casus of HEADACHE In
three minutes, and Is warranted to do St.
TOOTHACHE also will It cure IrwwnUy.
FOR NERVOUS DEBILITY ANdSeNERAL LAS
SITUDE. arising from ImpradencJa or excess. thl»
Liniment Is a most hapay and remedy. Ac»-
lug directly upon the nervons tissues. It strergtheni
and revivifies the system, and restores It to elasticity
and visor.
FOR PILES.—As an external remedy, we claim that
UlstbeitKST known, and we challenge the world to
produce an equal. Every victim of this distressing
complaint >honld give It a trial, for It will not fill w
afford Immediate relief, and In a majority of case* will
effect aKADiCALCurr.
tJUINSV siND SOKE THROAT are sometimes ex
tremely malignant and dangerous, but a timely appll
ca?ion*of tills Liniment will never fall to cure.
SPRAINS are sometimes vervotwtlnate. and enlarge
ment of thejolntsls U-iblc to occnr If neglected. Tnc
worst case maybe conquered by this Llmmcnt In two
or three days.
BRUISES. CUTS. WOUNDS. fORKS. TTLCRRS,
BURNS AND SCALDS, yield readily to the wonder
ful healing properties of Dr.. Swuet’s IsTALLinns
T.ivtMRNT. when used according to directions. Al<o,
CHILBLAINS. FROSTED FRET. AND INSBCT
BITES AND STINGS.
Every Horse Owner
Should have thl* remelr at hand. forltstimelvuMat
the first appearance of will effectually pre
vent those formidable disease*. to which all burses are
liable, and which render so many otherwise voidable
horse? nearly worthies*.
Over four hundred voluntary testimonials to the
wonderful ciraltvc properties of this Liniment hive
been received v* flhln the last two years, and many ot
them from persons lu the highest ranks of life.
CAUTION.
To avoid Imposition, observe the Signature and Like
ness of Dr, Stephen Sweet on every label, and also
“Stephen Sweet s Infallible Liniment" blown In the
glass of each bottle, without which none are genuine.
RICHARDSON & CO..
Solo Proprietors, Norwich. Ct.
For sale by LORD A SMITH, General Western
Agents. 23 Lake street, Chicago, and by dealers
everywhere. feJfral'K.cow.iy
proposal*.
Proposals will be re
CHIVED at the Treasury Department Office of
Construction. Washington, D. C.«untl< Jfio'c ocScM.. ot
May 11th. IS<3. for all Fire and Burglar Proof Sale*
required by the Treaeury Department prior to January
Ist. JST4.
Blddornjr.nEt submit description of the Safes thev
propose to furnish, accompanied hy drawings showing
trcu.odr* of construction, and full nice scctiors of the
material used. Also. schedules of sizes, with prices
atiachcd.and the price per superficial
doors and nil necessary fixtures, at which Safe-* ot extra
sire to these mentioned In the schedule will be fur
nished and put In place. The Safe* to be delivered
when required, and the prices named In the bids mast
cover all charges, except freight, aud the actual travel
ing expense* Id those cases wnen the Safes require t»
be nut In place by the coatractcr.
AJI blcs must nc accompanied bv the written guar
antee of two responsible person* tbit the bidder U
able to perform the contract, and that he will accept
It If awarded to him.
The Department reserves the right to reject any or
all the Mos if It be considered fbr its interest to do so
and no bid will he considered that does not conform
to the lequlremects of this advertisement In all re
spects.
Lo ;ks will be furnished by the Dpartmeat, but
must be put on by the contractor for Safes.
Md>tohe Inclosed in a sealed enveloped, and en
dorsed ‘•proposals for Safes."’
ISAIAH ROGERS.
Engineer In charge Treasury Department.
apl7-c < iSs-fitewtd
gEWKKAGE BRICKS
WAM'EI).
SEALED PROPOSALS win be received at this office
QDtUIO o'clock A. Jl.. Wedne-dav. May Gin. at which
time the Boaid will open the samu, for U.edcUvory of
all or part of
4,000,000 Sewerage Bricks,
To be whole, hard burned, free from lime, pebble*, and
bat*. square eoged. and of the standard dimensions.
(Sx4x2‘* inches.) The bricks will be delivered piled up
along the line of sewers to be bnllt tn this city, subject
to me inspection and count of the Board of Public
Works. Time of delivery—Occ fourth on or before
June Ist next. cne-fonrtb on or before Jane 13th. one
fourth on or before July Ist, and the remaining oce
fonrtb on or before July 13th.
The bids must be sealed, and must bo accompanied
with a bond (blanks for which can be bad at this office)
rtpred by the Wilder and two sureties, ondlttoned
that the bricks shall be delivered for the price stated
in the bid. in case the contract Is awarded to the
bidder.
Proposals will be dircclcd to the Board of Public
Work.-*. Indorsed “ Proposals for Sewerage Brick-*.”
The Board reserves the right to reject any or alt bids
received.
B. CARPENTER.
FRED. LKTZ.
•T. G. GINDELE.
Commissioners of the Board of Public Works.
Office of the Board of Public Works. Chicago. April
25th. 1553. ap'JMlgMd
IVOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Xs CEDAB R APIS 9 AND MISSOURI ItmBHxILBOAD,
CHIEF ENGINEER'S OFFICE, I
Ckdxb Rapids. Io «ra, April fisth, 1>63. C
SEILED PROPOSALS will be received at this office
on the sixth day of Mav next, for the Grading, Piling.
Culvert*. Cattle Guards and Crossings. Tics. Track
laying. Ballasting, three Station Houses and two Water
Tanks, on thirty mile? of the Cedar Rapid* and Mis
souri River Railroad. we«t of Marshall.
Bids will be received for tho grading of five or tea
mile sections, and for the whole. Bids will also be re
ceived for doing the entire work. Including every pos
sible expenie, except the right of way. rails, chains,
spike and switch irons.
Tho Company reserve the right to reject any or all
bid*.
l‘roPi r s. plans, estimates. &c„ may be examined at
this office, on and after the fid of May.
apfi9-JI»C-»w W. w. WALKER. Chief Engineer.
(Enpartiurslfip.
QOPARTNERSHIP.
EDWARD Iff. ENDICOTT
I* admitted a partner in our firm from January Ist.
ISC3. Style offltm BUCHANAN. ALLISG ± CO.
BUCHANAN & ALUNQ.
Chicago. May l/f E3. tuyS-dITD-lw
TAISSOLUTIOX.—The copartner
J_/ ship heretofore cxiitlng between the under*
is*3. The business»f the late partnership will be closed
by G. C Pearson. who alone la authorized to cse the
tunc of the 11 rm inllcnldation. &c.
G. C. PgVRSON,
May Ist. 1563. J. U. F. GRACE.
The undersigned, havlrg formed a copartnership,
will coutlatie the General Produce Comnilsjlon Busi
ness, under the name and sfrle ofG. C. PK YUSON «fc
CO., as h jrctofore, at ITU £outn Water st, Chicago.
G. C.PEAUSON,
rhy2 dtSMw W. C. McREYNOLPS.
T?ROM AKD AFTER THIS
X date. Hr. KOSCOE B. FROHOCK Is admitted a
paitncriaour Arm. VAN WAGENiiN ft CO.
Chicago. Hay Ist. 1563. rayl-ddTS-iw
p O-PARTXERSIUP.—The uu
»•' J«rslgced have this day formed a co-partnership
fnT'tlie transaction of g general Commission bnsinera.
under the ifnu name of Hi)WEA ROBDWS. Office, «3
South Water st rect. Chicago, Id. ...
Cticaco. May Ist law. oaaiUEL HO^>£
niyi-dJTi-Sni E. V. RQDIUN?. ’
CO-PARTNERSHIP NOTICE.
I bare this day taken Into partnership my brother
IV lff, IV. SVLTONSTIIL.
The business wID be conducted, hereafter, under the
name of F. G. SALTONSTALL & CO.
Chicago. May Ist. IjoS. P. G. SALTONSTALL.
myld/IC-lw
QO-PARTNERSHIP NOTICE.
GEORGE BARRON
Has till- day become a partner In my Provi-lon and
Piodnre Brokerage business, which will hereafter be
conducted under taeilrmnameofHcr.rv MiiwardftCo,
tnyl dJ7llg HENRY MILWABD.
TTNITED STATES MARSHAL’S
U BALT Cf ADMIRALTr.—Br vlrtnc of an order
of sale bv tbe Hon. H. I'sEAT.dadrfeofUie
United f tales District Court for the Southern
of II duels la adirlralty. dated on Jhn-’Oth day °££P".v
A. D. ISO. will be sold at Public Sale, to tie h«»«rt
and best bidder fercash.at Cairo. In sald^jddct^on
the ISth dar ct May. A. D.tSO, thefojowjns,
property, to-wltj-©* HALE» orcOTTOS. bae to
coirirf-iice at 10 o'cloctA. 51. the asiae having beea
condemned aa contrabandgt »”£ [pac . s mkslml.
Scrihg<ie!a.ni-April at. iso. agawam-at
17STATE OFTTeNRY B. GOOD
rich, DtcntiazD.—Public notice la hereby
cKen to al\ persona having claims and dcnantfi
wtflte of Henry B Goodrich, deceased, to
SsT4ent the same for adjudication and settlement at a
£Sl£r t cnnof the County Coart ol Coot County, to
he nold'o at the Court House, In the City ol Cldcazo,
on the third Monday of May. A, D. ISC3. being the Ihth
day & aiTCHCCCS, Administrator*.
Chicago, ilatcb 20th. 1563, mh3l-b:3O-6T
fielmbaliv> iftjiruii. Berlin
HELMSOLB’S
Highly Concentrated
COMPOTJ 3ST ID
Fluid Extract Buclm,
AI-OSITIVK
AND SPECIFIC BE-TXEDV
For Non-Retention or Incontineocsof
Urine, Irritation, Inflammation or
Ulceration of the Bladder and
Kidneys, Diseases of the
Prostate Gland, Stone
in the Bladder, Cal
culous Gravel or
Brick Dost
Deposit
and
Moons or Milky Discharges, and all
Diseases or Affections of die Bladder
and Kidneys, and Dropsical
Swellings existing in
Men, Women or
Children.
HELMSOLD’S EXTRACT SUCHI3
For "Weakness arising from Excesses
Habits of 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,Hotllands,
Flushing of theßody,
Dryness of the Skin,
Eruptions on the
Face, Pallid
Counte
nance.
These symptoms, if allowed to go on. which this
medicine invariably removes, soon follows Fa
tuity. Epileptic Fits, in one of which the
patient may expire. Who can say that
they arc not frequently followed by
those “direful diseases.*’ IN
SANITY and CONSUMP
TION. Many are aware
of the cause of their
enffering, bat
nouc will con
fess. The
records
of the In
sane Asylums,
and the Melan
choly Deaths by Con
sumption, bear ample
witness to the truth of the
assertion. The Constitution once
affected with Organic Weakness, re
quires the aid of medicine to Strengthen
anti Invigorate the System, which IIELM
BOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU invariably does.
HELMB OLD’S
Highly Concentrated
Compound Fluid Extract
Sarsaparilla,
Pot
purifying
the blood, re
moving all dis
eases arising from ex
cess and imprudencies in
life, chronic constitutional
diseases arising from an impure
state of tbe blood, and the only reli
able and effectual known remedy for tho
cure of Scrofula, Scald Hoad, Salt
Itbcnm, Pains and Swellings of
the Bones, Ulcerations of the
Throat and Legs. Blotches,
Pimples on the Face,
Tetter, Erysipelas,
and all scaly
eruptions
Of the
akin.
Ttro table spoonsful of the Extract of Sarsaparilla
added to a pint of water, U equal to the Llheoa Diet
Drink, and one bottle la fully equal to a gallon of
the Syrup of Sarsaparilla, or the Decoction, as usual
ly made.
XV~ THESE EXTRACTS HATE BEES' ADMIT
TED TO USE IS THE UNITED STATES ARMY, and
arc also in very general use la all tbe STATE HOS
PITALS and PUBLIC SANITARY INSTITUTIONS
throughout the land, as well os In private practices,
and are considered aa Invaluable remedies.
Bee Medical Properties of Buchu.
FEOMDISFENSATOEI OF THE
UNITED STATES.
See Professor DEWEES' Taluablo worlo on the
Practice of Physic.
See remarks made by the Into celebrated Dr
PHYSIC. Philadelphia.
Sec remarks made by Dr. EPHRAIM McDOWELL,
a celebrated Physician, and Member of the Royal
College of Surgeon?. Ireland, and published la the
transactions of the Kin? and Queen's Journal.
See Mcdlco-Chlrurglcal Review, published by BEN
JAMIN TRAVERS, Fellow of Royal College of Sur
geons.
See most of tbe late Standard Works of Medicine.
PRICES:
Extract Bnrim, SI,OO per bottle, or Six for $.5.00
“Sarsaparilla, SI.OO per bottle, or Six for $5.00
Delivered to any address, securely packed from ob
eervatlon.
Address letters for Information, in confidence, to
HELft3BOLO’S
MEDICAL DEPOT,
104 South Tenth Street,
(Below CbestnutJ
PHILADELPHIA.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS AND
UNPRINCIPLED DEALERS,
WHO SSDSJLTOS TO
Dispose ol “their own" and “other" articles on tha
reputation attained bj
HEL&BOLD’S PREPARATIONS,
HELBBOID’S
GEfnJINE ESTEACT BUCHTT,
HEUIBOLD'S
GENUINE EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA
HELHBOLD'S
GEXEIXE IMPBOVED BOSE-WASO.
Sold l>7 Pmggist Everywhere.
ASK FOR HELMBOLD’S;
TAKE NO OTHER.
Cnt ont the advertisement and send
for it and avoid Imposition and exposure.
LORD & SMITH,
TTHOLESIIE SBUGGISTS,
CHICAGO. Hi.,
Wholesale Western Agents.
[ocrr-T»®-3=l
Son.imainD). 'flrrriiunt*.
removal
Julian Kuna & 00.,
GKS2BAL COastKSKW KE3CT43I3,
Hare I'TOTftl to 120 SOC* TH '•VATFf? <**»«*■
theyttMeoUlaoe to tramr*et a gC n o oi «imm-wiii*
Dosu-.v?# *? aerett>i')re. .1 i ! T 1« v
CWfsgo. nsy l*t. I?G2. E. li. ‘tENSOX.
Rcftrfcj j r-irifjjton to lion .1 T. Scaamorj. Hanker
Cblc.'-en: >»,**.-. a J.G*U»-aT A
do; PiUr llxZ'Jr t-0 . &«C. I C. B 8.. «lo. ; a T*Hrii*
Esq.. Ttcas. CH. dQ. R.K.. CO" , . aijl dZAlirt
A LBERT MORSE & CO.,
P'SODUCR
COJEWSSKiN ?TEBCH.»STS,
®*o. 1M South Water etreet. {Alkea'a Boildlngj
_____ i mcAOcr. itusois.
t*'r.nslse»»vntiaetJ strtrtlv to CominWnn. M 9
pAmVELI. & CO,
C»3X?llsslos HE3CRA3T9,
59..?S 9 ..?? 11 .? “Iw. 11l Llby-il »4y«nc«*
i prupertj 1; Mo>t, liir** RlM:.,:—looey.
SU V r ,9v l -.'■■“Jf * > liny. PM-ips i CO.
nii..c r-ovut inyj! Ivi myioy Vnmu.
pEEITHAUPT & WILSON,
Importers ssd Commission Senluals,
27BeaTfrrtrtcl.Xc. Tort. Bert rttynrton styes t*
Cor.sltmrient ol Domestic Produce. nihltvfioo-Stm
A AX
f GE'-’ER't
ronmissiojf nßitrHi^rs,
ISSSont' "Water rtreet.»Chicago < "aah advance* made
on cons sc’T-irct? to Pnfla’o. ttewego and New York,
«<D I'Uli.st of-ale at either place.
B.D.TaN W.\OKJfSX. a V JOurtA.V BOJCOK E PttOROCK.
[un l-dJ7S-lm]
gAML. HOWE,
COJimSSIOS MERCHANT,
148 South Waier-st., ChlrasO) Ul. t
Solicit* consignment* of Grain. Flour, Pork, Lard-tc.,
«c.. fores)*. or order* to purchase. Will make aa*
vai ctaoucouiignmeau tooe he'.d here or shltved
fe^nMdSm
'YN'UEELER, LEONARD & CO,
COTTTdISSION UKRCHASTS,
Cor. South. Water and Well* *tre«t%
In the Iron Building iup stairs.) Chicago, rn
Sight iachsnge on New York fbr sale ta sama to
salt. Advance made oa all klaila of Prodace la
Store, al-o on Stlpnuoto East at best rates.
C, T. Whmi.br, K. W. Leonard
Chicago. J. K.L*o>*ao.
tab IT aOCSSai P’tla. ra.
pENISTON & CO,
COUOIISSIOJf HCRCSLINTS,
LIVERPOOL. ,
&V£2zsce«r-Me!<«r». P»{re.Rlchanl*on * Co„Bos(aa.
Jllddleton & Co., hew Tort
Snow A Burgee*. do.
Johnston & LUyley. do.
Cash adranCM made on consignment* of Provisions
Floor. Ac., tc the above hoa.'e hr
HESKT MILLARD
del6-yl'>4-:y 19 LasMle street. Chicago,
A
;IKL AKIN & CO.,
COiIUIISSION BTKRCH.VSTS,
IS6 Eoalli Wstcritrest Ll'joral ailrucMnudeoa
yiocr. Grain and Provision*. to he aold hereof by
'VM.A. BKUWK* CO.. New York.
A. AXTX. j. n. QTT]
JQEDUC & GIBBS,
COITOOSSION MERCHANTS,
Particular attention given to orders for Flour. Grata,
Wool Ac. Liberal advances made on coc.-lgdmeutA to
Buffalo. New York. Uo«tonand Montreal,
Wurvhou:*esCaiidSlS’>nth Water street. Chicago m,
J. L*D'~C t • OiRR*
tiral vtilau.
COUTH BRANCH RIVER AXD
kj SUP PnoPEBTT.
1300 FEET,
Block 1. and the south half of Block 7, In Bralnard &
Kvans* Addition.
Will sell the above la parcels to suit purchaser!.
40x1*) ft et on Washington street, between Clark and
Dearborn streets—lmproved.
Lard on the Blue I«und Plank Hoad, near tbe Tn»-
tnent Hon-e Gardens. Al*>, cVap residence loti,
well loratrd. Apply at toe office of DR. KItTP, 5*
South Clark street. (ap-tdair*.) apJS-dIOO-lw
QHKAT SALS OP
LOTS ASD COXTttICTS,
In the City ol Chicago,
At Auction, June 17th, 1863.
The articles of asaccUrton of tbe "Chicago La-d
Cotrrany’.TCvjnir* tbit th< trust shall be closed lx. c - r
month of unue. Uko.and that aii trie property and ct
feet-* on hand, nt the tlruebelorglDg to theassoclatto;.
shall no »o!d at Publ'c Auction, for cash, to tha highest
bidder. In the «Itr of Chicago, on the third Wednesday,
the 17th day of June. I^3.
TLe uEueTgi ed. Trustee of tho ** Chicago Land
Company.” will therefore on V» ednetdiy. tha 17th day
of .Inn*. I*3. offer for sale on the premise!, la the cl!*
ct Chicago;
749 Lots la Sheffield's Addition to Chicago.
** ELtoa Add'tlon.westaideofborthßraacfc
S"2 “ * east ** **
67 ** Wight** “ west ** “
S ** Original Town of Chicago.
Also. Mortgaces.iuuply secured, amounting to abom
(11.! 00,
54 contracts, covering 96 Lata, oa which there ara
owing an aggregate of about flflo.oOO.
Of the above lots. *>,7i2 fnet trout on a spaclons Canal
10*> teet wide, »>ow being excavated through the pro
perty; and 4.5011 feet Crust on the North Bran di oi Che
Chicago River.
The Bile will be cortl-ned from dav to day astn an
the property and eCVcts of the Companv axe sold.
MAIILOS D. OGDEN. Trustee.
Chicago. March nth. 1563. nnU-bllltd
I>EAL ESTATE FOR SAT.It.
J-V CM.fIOO worth of City Property and Landal a
lowa, belonging to thar estate of Antoine Le CUhe.
deceased.
. IN TirHCTTT OP DAVENPORT.
La Claire Block, of brick, xourstodes. aw feet front,
containing a hotel, tao public halls, ten firsvcla*
stores and several offices.
Post Office Block. of brick, 60 feet front, four sxortm.
containing the Post Office. two stores, sir offices, and
large upper Tbe attove property t* the moeC
desirable lu the city. aHtea>ed. and wUlDrlngalajre
nett income no an Lnvf«tmeut,
Twenty Hnck and Fraxa Dwelling House* in dtf
ftreat locations.
100 choice bulldlrg Iota: one lot of 17 acres adjoining
the railroad denot and bridge, fronting on the Mwt*-
slppi Elver; two lots of 50 acres each, one tot of fig
acres. OBe |o t of 20 acres, and one lot of U acres, all m
the City Units.
Also, houses and lots, meant lota and outlets In (ha
City of Le Claire, Scott County.
Konst* and lot sin lowa City. Johnson County.
10.000 act es Improved and unimproved terming land*
near the line of the miss, and Mo. Railroad
Theabovftpropertylsotreru.l for sale, to close the
cerate of iLolutc- Antoine La Claire, at such prices aa
must prov<; a profitable inveetment to the purchaser*.
For price*, terms ard further particular*, apply ta
&F.O. L. DAVENPORT. Kr<K*utor. or JOHN L. <fop-
FlV.Land Aetnt. Davenport. lowa. lal7-5:73-4m
.financial.
THE CHICAGO SOUTH
BRANCH DOIK COMPANT.-The annual meeting
of the stockholder* In this Company, for the election oC
officer*. a:.d the transaction <>f otner ba«lnew, will
take p;:tce at the Company’s office. Room No. 4. Cobb’*-
Building.ln Chicago.on WEDNESDAY. theSdofJttt*
next at»he roar of 10 A. M.
my2->Uil-ul A. J. KNISKLY. Secretary,
OFFICE OF THE JOLIET AND
V/ SOKTUEICt BIIASA BAILKUAD CO.
Boston*. April 9th. 1963.
The annual meeting of the Stockholders lathe Joliet
and Northern Indiana Railroad Company, tor the
choice of Director*., for the year ensuing, and forth*
transaction of such otner business as may properly
come before such meeting will be held at tbe office oC
said Company, at Joliet. Hi., on TUESDAY, the nine
teenth day of May next, at ten o'clock In the forenoon.
J. W. BROOKS. President.
Isaac Literkobk. Secretary. apls-c527-6t itew
OFFICE of the galena «fc
V/ CHICAGO UNION RAILROAD COMPANY.
ANNUAL MEETING.—The stockholders of the Ga
lena and Chicago Union Railroad Company, are hereby
notified that the annual meeting for the election of l>i
rectots. and the transaction of other business. wIT ho
held at the office of the Company, lu Chicago, 111. on
WEDNESDAY, the 3d day of June next, at 1(1 o’c or>
A. 31. W. H. LARRAaKB. Secretary.
myfi-d3S9-lw
QFFICE OF PITTSBURGH,
Ft. Wayne & Chicago Eailway Co.
Interest due May Ist on the Chicago Depot Bond*
I?*ued by the Pittsburgh. Fort Wayne and Chicagw
Railroad, will be paid at the office of
S. J. GI.OVKIt. CaHbler,
Near Madison street bridge, on tbepreseatatlon of the
conpeoos. J. P. HENDERSON, Treasurer.
Pittsburgh. April 13th. 1563. wp29-d2lt-lw
OFFICE OF THE CHICAGO
and ROCK ISLAND RAILROAD COMPAST.
New York. May Cd. 1333.
The annual meeting of the stockholders of thit Com
pany fer the election of thirteen (13) Directors forth*
eesuinevear. will be held at the office of the Company.
In the City of Chicago, state oflllluols, on Friday, the
tfrh Cth) day of .luce next.
The poll will be opened at eleven (11) A. ,*M
cloeed at twelve (13) M. __
HENRY FARNAM. PrwMent
Francis H. Tows. Secretary. sp29-d167-30d9
PIHCAGO AND NORTH WES-
V TERN RAILWAY CO3IPANT.
Chicago. April 27.136k
The annual meeting of the Bond-holders and Stock
holders of the Chlcvco acd Northwestern Railway
Company, w 111 be held at the e tflee of tne Company. In
the llty of C'fcago. on Tnrnovr. the Ua day of
June. jhß. at 2 o’clock. P. M.. for the election of Di
rector* for the year enduing, and for the transaction of
any otl.tr bn»lne<» that may come before them.
apS-dUO-td JAMK3 R. YuUNG. Sec'y.
"VTOTICE. The Annual Meeting
1' of the Stockholders of the Illinois Stone Com
panywlllbelu-ldattheofllce of tueroiopany la Chi
cago oc TUESDAY, the Sth daypf May nett, at 2J<
o'clock P.l!. forthe rl'Ctlono(Dlrc~torsnndtraa*
action rfany business that maybe or«senti*(L
apj-c.j-Im J. W. V.cGE.S'VISS.Secretary.
RHODE ISLAND CENTRA
Jl\> BAITS. FJIOPI’ I?LV?D.-Pnrffliat to a d«ere
tal order of the SnpreT.? Conn of the State of ithoda
Island, the subscriber give* coUca that all pezMU
holding bills of the
RHODE ISLAND CENTRAL BANK,
Most deposit the same wtlh him at hU office. If* *S
"Weyboe-se: .treet. Provi'leape. R. I on or Defire w«
first day of August. A. D. liCo. t>i order to he eaatl&A
to opy dlvldeua that may bs declared oo«. o' t-o fwids
of raid Bank. jamfs >r. <*L\JtKK Receiver.
Providence. R T.. Jan tT»b.
fioop Skirt fllgnnfartorp.
YOKE AND • ILLINOIS
Hoop Skirt Manufactory,
And Importer aad dealer m ill kinds ot *
French and Cerman Corsets.
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cals r* nt to realdeace.
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beetnnlap ot the »?.»V uioa u well m Loa-
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