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AILY, TRI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY!! Office W»- C 1 Clark Street. TEBI IS or THE CHICAGO TRIBUNS: D-lIT drJlTcrcd In city, per year. SIO.OO Silv Si-llvm-d in city, per week 20 T\»«v to mall subscrilwre. per year 9,00 Tfc?sir to mail euhecribers, per 6 months., 5.00 aVi-tfct'kly, per year . 5.00 Weekly, single subset joers (6 mo'sfcl.OO). 2.00 •• 4 copies 7.00 «• 10 copies 15.00 ** ao copies, end Ito cotter op of ciDbTT. v so.oo •nr risk. larrhe remittance for dabs must, in all eases, Jc made at one time. There win be no deviation from the fore* going scale of rates. Address “CHICAGO TRIBUNE,” Chicago. IP. €!)icago tribune. THURSDAY, JUNE 4,1868. THE NEWS. The situation at Vicksburg is more dearly made known by the dispatches elsewhere given. It seems to be as fol lows: Gen. Grant is still closely invest ing the city. He has been strongly rein forced. He is confident in his ability to check and repel the interference of Joe. Johnson with his position and hold upon Vicksburg. The latter is reported to be approaching the Block River Crossing, and our forces were being strongly placed there. The bridge destroyed at that place •was over one mile long and eighty feet high. A prominent railroad man, now of this city, associated with its original con construction, says that this bridge cannot he rebuilt in less than six months under the most favorable circumstances. At present the Black River forms a strong rear line of defence for Gen. Grant The bombardment of the city still con tinues, and the people are driven to resort to cellars and excavations in the earth, to avoid our shells. The supply ot food is Scanty, as is shown by every class of testi mony, that of the rebel papers included Pemberton recently attempted to relieve his strait by sending out the families of cit izens, and their negroes. Gen. Grant kept the hitter and ordered the return of the for mer, to share the fate of the city, which must soon full into our bawds. The full correspondence and lists of names of killed and wounded, which we give in another column, will command wide and close pe rusal, from the close-interest Illinois bag in the operations of Gen. Grant A day of more than ordinary excite ments, saw a temporary, but harmless in tensification in the events of last evening, and at midnight our streets were quiet as usual. On such occasions of strong pub lic feeling, facts arc developed whose exist ence are dissembled in more quiet and peaceful times. Thus, yesterday proved to nil our citizens the existence of an element of disloyalty here as genuine, and ven omous as any that will greet Vallandigham in lus new home. It showed up in unex pected quarters a faltering and timorous loyalty, as mean and cringing as any that has before this been frightened by Copper head vaporings into creating stumbling blocks In the path of the Government. It gave a shaping of good law iato a mean purpose, even as a square block may be hewed to fit a round hole. Yet over and above all these, even as the spots on the sun bear a small relation to the splen dor of the orb itself, yesterday proved Chi cago to be fully and overwhelmingly loyal, ■with an ability to spare yet other thou sands of her. citizens to the field, and still have in reserve enough to throttle home treason. Yery appropriately, v Gen. Burnside is his own commentator, in our columns this morning. His order Ko. 90 strikes at the Toot of the whole matter. Every loyal ynnn will give it a careful reading. Every -disloyal man will not fail to read it. The satisfaction it will give the former, will be twin birth to the discretion it will awake in the latter. Gen. Burnside has brought las guns to bear on the “fire in the rear.” A letter from our own Vicksburg cor respondent detailing later events, and giv ing a long list ot killed and wounded, will be found on the third page. It will be perused with deep interest. The Union League are to hold an open air meeting in the Court House Square to night. The speakers on this occasion will comprise a numerous list of distinguished gentlemen. We publish the call elsewhere. It is unnecessary to urge the loyal men to turn out ' WAIT AWHILE. Until the public zrind is somewhat calm ed down and quieted, we do not propose to discuss the legality or illegality, the ne cessity or the ncedlessuess of the action of the Government in the suppression of the organ of Jeff. Davis, in this city. We may Say, however, that the act if ever justifiable, has been too long deferred; that the au thorities have waited until the dragon's teeth were sown; and that the excitement and exasperation that have followed the deed might have been easily avoided by tnorc timely proceedings. The Time* has no defenders. The most malignant of the opponents of the war policy, dare not say . that its coarse is Justifiable by any > canons of criticism, or any of the rules of patriotism. And though they may deprecate the manner of its tak ing off, none approve and few extenuate the crimes of which it has been guilty. But we would not needlessly add to the causes which may deluge these streets with blood; hence we refrain until we may apeak plainly and to calmer and more pa • tient hearers. . THE COhVENTION. The Canal Convention dosed its la bors yesterday afternoon, and adjourned. Though the action of the body was not what the friends of the Illinois and Michi gan Canal Enlargement expected, it is a Btcp in advance—a recognition in some port of the growing claims of the West, amd of the vital national necessity of listen ing to her demands upon the justice, not the generosity, of the Republic. The ycccnt concentration here, in this, the gate way which opens into the vast occi dental Empire, of the men of talent Bnd influence who were in attendance upon the deliberations of the Convention; the display before the representatives of nil the loyal States, of the vast sources of wealth and power oi which the West can boast, and the 'concentration of public at tention, even momentarily, upon the great themes under discussion will be of incalcu table advantage. As the means of fixing the attention of the next Congress, and of Snaking popular opinion in favor oi what the West asks, the gathering will exert an influence that cayi be hardly over-estimated. The seed of good fruit has been abundant ly sown; we await the day of the bountiful harvest, with the assurance that it will quickly come. _ that cnewo. A full half of the crowd that got togeth er in the Court House Square, last evening, was, we are sony to iay, made •up of Re 3)ublicuns, who, in that assemblage which, under the pretence of defending free speech, met to assail the Government and weaken its power, were strangely out of place. Let us hope that in all future gath erings of the turbulent and mischievous elements, in this city, the Union men may not give dignity to the proceedings by their presence. Donations in Champaign City tor the Relief of the Wounded nn d Nick Soldier*. CnAMTAiax, Jane 5.16C3. Xditore Chicago Tribune: Immediately on the receipt of Colonel John "Williams appeal for help, a committee of five chosen to solicit conlribatlons, who at i once applied thcmsolTca to the work, and the . result was most gratifying. They collected 5n cash $927.90, and sanitary goods to the amount of $179.15, making a total of $1,107.55 raised in one day. Can this be beaten In any town of iU size? tST* The Dubuque Tima, a most excellent journal; has been enlarged to an eight column tire, ”We are glad to see this evidence of the prosperous condition ol our cotemporary. VOLUME XVI. FROM THE SOUTH. [Special Dispatch to the Chicago Tribune.! Washington, June S, 1503. Richmond papers ot last Monday and Tues day, Ist and 2d Inst ,have been received, from 'which the following are extracts; Chattanooga, May 29.—Vallandigham is still at ShclbyvlUe. He says that while an exile he is confident of kind and hospitable treament and consideration from a generous people QQc desired to avoid all public ap pearance or demonstration, and to live in some retired place as a retired gentleman. Be is fully sensible that as an alien enemy his residence in the Confederacy is solely allowed by the generous consent of the govern ment and people, until he can return home in safety. • He is confident his character is well enough known to satisfy all that he is incapa ble of any words or acts whilst here or on his return to Ohio, inconsistent with the rela tions he sustains towards the South daring his sojourn among ns. The report of Mrs. Vallandlgham’s insanity Is a fabrication. She wrote to her husband a week ago, entreating him not to deviate from his high path of duty, honor-and patriotism. Vallandigham, after the sentence of the Court Maitial, was kept in dose confinement. Only Roracraus’ staff officers were allowed to com municate with him. Be states that dis gust and dissatisfaction prdvails to a great ex tent in the Northwest,and people will certain ly rise and throw off Lincoln’s hated yoke. From WitDifpatch and other Richmond pa lters I likewise compile the folio wing: “The Virginia election, which took place last week, has probably resulted in the elec tion of extra Billy Smith for Governor over Flournoy, Muruford and Wise. Governor Letcher has been defeated for Congress by CoL Baldwin. CoL Wickham is elected In the Richmond District Alexander Bolder is defeated by Culoncl£Halliday. Pric® is probably elected Lieutenant Governor over Imbodcn. General Ewell has succeeded to the active command of Jackson’s corps. FROM ST. LOUIS. [Special Dispatch to the Chicago Tribune.] 6x. Louts, June 8, 1868. A dangerous guerilla named Thomas Tur pin, belonging to Porter’s boats, captured in Lewis county last October, escaped from the Gratiot street prison yesterday, in the confu sion during the leaving of 250 prisoners for City Point, Va. A gang of guerillas com manded by one Jack Blount, who holds a commission from Qnantrell, has lately de stroyed the houses and barns of several Union men in Sabine county. Lost Sunday they robbed all the stores in the town of Miami, in that county, and avowed their in tention ot staying in the county and doing as they pleased. Jackman’s guerillas are said to Lave been within two miles of Jefferson City, recently, and to have a plan for kidnapping some of the State officers, os they did Gen. BartLolow, A protest has been forwarded to Washing ton, against the appointment of A. Cum mings as Provost Marshal under the con scription act, for the Kansas City district, on the ground that he is notoriously disloyal. This is one of the conservative appoint ments. Another hatch of exiles to Dixie will be forwarded down the river next Mon day. Arrangements ore in progress for the immediate return of all the exchanged pris oners at Benton Barracks, to service. They number about 2,300. FROM CINCINNATI [Special Dispatch to the Chicago Tribune.] Cikczkxati, JoneS, 1563. Gcncralßnrntide and Staff and Gen. Parke and staff took their departure this morning for Hickman's Bridge. The headquarters of the Deportment are virtually still in the city. N. H. McLean, formerly Chief of Staff to Gen. Wright remains in charge. General McLean, Provost Marshal General, will also establish his headquarters hcac. The court martial has tried andfonnd Ben ben Stout, Company K, GOth Indiana, guilty cf desertion end and killing S. Huffman who attempted to arrest him; and Henry P. Es top, Co. H, Ky., infantry, of desertion and joining the rebel army, and sentenced them to he shot at Johnson's Inland on June 26th. Ambrose Stadley, a guerilla, who violated his parole, and B.F. Graves, a rebel soldier acting as a spy, were sentenced to be hung. In the last two cases General Burnside docs not approve the sentence, because the time and place Is not set forth In the finding of the court, and he censures the Judge Advo cate, and orders the prisoners confined here for the present. FROM MURFREESBORO. [Special Dispatch to the Chicago Tribune.] Hubiubesbobo, Jane 3, 1663. I can almost suy that all is quiet on Stone Hirer. Last night a slight attack was made on our outposts in the vicinity of Franklin, and after some eVI finishing the rebels were driven back Loss insignificant, but a portion of the town and Capitol were burned. This afternoon, about five o'clock, the rebels who had been feeling around onr pickets all the afternoon, made an assault upon them with a piece of artillery, upon the Watrace road, and wonnded one man. Gen. Tnrchln was sent to see about it Gen. Negly’s command was reviewed to* day. Generals Bosccrans, Thomas, Critten den, Bossean, Sheridan and many others were present. , Wilder was sent out with a rcconnoitcring party on the Beadyville road, but they dis covered nothing. There was a heavy rain this morning, hut It afterwards cleared off cool and very pleas •ant. FROM ST. PAUL [Special Dispatch to the Chicago Tribane.] Sr. Paul, Jane 8, 1833. Honlc-in-lhe-Day, the Chippewa Chief, ris ked Gen. Sibley to-day, and tendered his ser vices, with a bond of Chippewa warriors, to flight the Sioux. The General declined to ac cept them. This is another proof of the fidbily of the statement of the correspondent of the late “ Times” of apprehended difficul ty with the Chippcwas. The Sioux Indemnity Commission is busQy at work at St Pant Between 1,000 and 2,000 claims have been presented, and the number is expected to reach 3,000. The amount ol the claims will reach over $2,000,000, and that will not cover the damages actnrlly done by the raid of lost year. Union man here say amen to Burnside's suppression of the Chicago Times. FROM MEMPHIS. [Special Dispatch to the ChlcasoTribnne.] Maxims, June 2, via. Cairo, Jane 3. The sales of cotton abandoned to the Gov ernment, appointed to take place here, have been removed to Cincinnati and SL Louis: There will be sales at the latter place on the first Monday of each month,- ntid at Cincin nati the third Monday of each month, begin ning at Cincinnati on the 15th insL There is to be a grand Union celebration here on the Cth, in honor of the occupation of the city by the Federal army. FROM SPRINGFIELD. [Special Dispatch to the Chicago Tribune.] SrnzxGFiXLD, Jane 3,1863. Judge David Davis, United States Supreme Judge leaves here to-night, I understand, for Chicago, on the subject of the suppression of the Times, In the House the resolutions concerning the Chicago Times were debated by Fnllcr, Burr and O’Brien, Democrats, and Church, Underwood and Hoini^p FROM MADISON. [Special Dispatch to the Chicago Tribune.] Mariboh, Wis., Jane 8,1863. The suppression of the pestflently traitor ous Times of yonr city is cordUUy approved by all unconditional Union men here. THE SIEGE OF VICKS BURG. Advices to Saturday, May SOth. THE WORK PROGRESS ING FAVORABLY. The Bombardment Still Maintained. GEAKT PREPARED AGAINST JOE JOHNSTOX. Strafe and Bistress of the Inhabitants. [Special Dispatch to the Chicago Tribune.] Mxamus, June 2, via Caiuo, June 8,1833. The steamer Ed. Walsh is the latest boat up from Young’s Point. She left there last Sun day. There is nothing remarkably new to report since the sinking of the gunboat Cincinnati. Gen. Grant seemingly holds Vicksburg and and the entire gairison os though in the hol low of his hand. He can assault and take it readily, but with huge loss. He prefers to lake it by siege. He is now planting heavy guns, and preparing for Joe Johnson, should he think it best to attack his rear. It may be some time before Vicksburg fills, bat U eventually must come into our posses- sion. ’ The report in the streets here to-day, from secesh quarters, is that Joe Johnson is at Big Black River, about attempting to cross. Also that a large force has gone from Grant to pre vent his progress and drive him back. [Special Dispatch to the Chicago Tribune.] Walnut Hills, Vicksbubu, ) via Chickasaw Bator, V May 28, via Cairo, June 8. J Deserters from all parts of the rebel lines, state that the garrison at Vicksburg, is from 20,000 to 25,000 strong, that the men in the trendies and forts are not relieved day or night, and are now living on quarter rations of corn bread and boiled fresh beef. Their reserve is only one brigade and a half, and the majority of the troops are willing to surren der the city. Oar shells ore destroying building?, and the inhabitants live in caves to escape death. Pemberton sent some lamilies with their negroes, into onr lines, yesterday, hat Gen. Grant sent the former hack and kept the ne groes to work for ns. The guerillas have made raids at and above Lake Providence, and run off a number of ne groes. The gunboat Cincinnati went down and fought the upper water-batteries to-day, and after a brilliant bombardment became in volved In an eddy and was forced to retire. She received several shots in her stern, and is now in a sinking condition, but con he saved. Onr sappers and miners are progressing successfully with, their work of gradual ap proaches, and In some places have reached within a few yards of the Bebel works. The Bebel sharpshooters do not dare to lire, nor their men in rifle pita to show their heads above the works. Our loss in killed and wounded daring the siege, which commenced on the Bth inst, will not exceed 1,800 or 2,000. The first accounts having been greatly exaggerated. The rebels may have to be starved out, but there need be no fears entertained of not cap turing Vicksburg and its entire garrison. [Special Dispatch to the Chicago Tribune.] Cairo, June 3, 1883. The steamer Hope has just arrived, loaded with wounded, mostly commissioned officers, injured at Vicksburg in the desperate fight ing of Friday, 22d nlu Through the kindness of Capt. D. C. Dougherty, himself among the number of the wounded, we have the follow ing partial list of those brought by the bteazner Luminary to Memphis, and here by the Hope. Many have started forborne by the Illinois Central railroad on the 1.40 p, m. train. The others remain awaiting transpor tation. The names appended arc all that could he obtained: Lieut. Led yard, Scripps Guard, arm. Capt. Wm. Ofiterhom, 3let Missouri. Ist Lieut. O. L-Wray, 2!)lh Wisconsin. let Lieut. W. T. Kitridcc, Adjutant 4th Minn. let Went. B. F. Butler. 24th Ind Ist Lieut. Sam. M. Smith, 24th Ind. let Lieut- Henry King, 20th 111. •*» Ist Lieut. D. D. Wadsworth, 20th HI. Capt. C. A. Holmes. 20th Wis. Lieut. W. E. Myers, 47th Ind. Capt James Packard, 4StU Ind. Lient. J. 8. Makinly, 24th Ind. Licnt D. S. Bender, 47thln<L Lient A- W.Frilcbby, 26th Mo. Lient Ed. Sutton, 80th Ind. Lient. L. 8. Hopkins, 93d HI. Capt. £. T. S targes, 47th Ind. Capt. A. C. Burrell, 29th Wis. Capt D. C. Dougherty, 10th Mo. Lient Henry Zebal, 12th Mo. Lient £. B. Stanbaugh, Adjutant 4th Jlo. Lieut. Kunbcn Wheeler, 14th Wis. Lieut. Thomas Sewell, 12<tb HL Capt George Peterbough, 471h HI. Capt. Henry Graham, 4th Virginia. Capt Phil. Back, 69th Ind. Lieut Col, J. P. Boyd, 106 th Hi., badly. Capt Ira Cooper, 9Uth HI., left arm ou. Capt Geo. W. Sisney, 81st HL Capt. L. W. WUrnan. 6th Mo. let Lieut J. Lapgeracff. 87th Ohio. Lieut Aphos Beu, 4th Virginia. Major L. H. Goodin, 47th Ind. Capt S. If. Sanders. 124tb HI. Lient Dan. Webster, Ist Wisconsin battery. John B. Coles, Bth, Mo., badly. Capt J. C. Dogears, 6th Mo. Capt H. H. Botliaker, £tb Mo. Lient Col. B. P. Baxter, 24th Ind., badly. Capt. Boyce, 13tfa United States Infantry, badly. Cou Merrill, 21st lowa, badly. Lient Jos. Dc Noon, 116 th til. ~ Adjt W. E. Smith, 124 th IU, Capt E. O. Hill, 81 et Mo. Capt. John Boyer, 80tb Hi. Lient Mark Anthony, Gtb Mo. Capt Wagner Beeforo, A- A. A. G. Capt Sain. £. Chapman, 83d Ind., badly. Lieut A. L. Lippincott, Slst 111, • Lieut Dan. Bamsdalc. 14th Wis., badly. As far as Memphis, the above were ell in charge of W. H. Wilson. From the time Of leaving Vicksburg, all bear testimony to 'the able manner in which this young navy sur geon performed his arduous duties. He vol unteered to dress their wounds, and looked after the sufferers with the kindness and tend erness of a brother. The members of the Sanitary Commission detained here by the non-arrival of their steamer, ore busily engaged in looking after the wonts of the wounded, unable to leave ou tic afternoon train. [Special Dispatch to the Chicago Tribune.] Cairo, June 8, 1838. The steamer Imperial came in this evening, bringing a number of wonnded soldiers. The news from below is unimportant. There is no perceptible change in allairs at Vicksburg* A rebel Major named Humphrey Evans came into onr lines In rather a strange manner near Vicksburg last week. He had accompa nied a flag of truce sent In by Pemberton, and while within our lines met a Federal Major, with whom he had some conversation. The rebel learned that encamped near by was a brother-in-law of his, and asked if he could see him. The Federal Major offered to show bim the place, and did so. The rebel Major left the flag of truce, visited his relative, and did not go back, because he could not. Gen. Grant, when he heard of the affair, placed the Federal Major under arrest, and sent Major Evans to Cairo upon parole, not to return to the Confederate service until the fall of Vicksburg. The Major is now a resi dent of Cairo. He la » native of Kentucky, and has many friends here as well as in his native State. Major Kicrmafli of the Cth Missouri cavalry, passed through here to day on the steamer Hope, en route for home, wounded. His story is rather remarkable. Soon after Gen. Grant reached the vicinity of Vicksburg, Major Kierman was sent out to recapture an ambulance corps which the rebels had taken contrary to the rules of war. He succeeded in taking as hostages for the safe return of the ambulance corps near Rock Springs, Miss., Dr.BrcckinridgCjPresident of Oakland College, and the uncle of John C. Breckinridge, with his son, lately editor of one of the New Or leans papers. On his return Major Kierman met 1,600 rebels and had a severe battle. He was himself wounded and captured, and his men cut their way out with difficulty, taking their prisoners along. Gen. Gran sent Dr. Breckinridge and son to Lonl-ville, as prisoners. Major Eiciman finally made his escape and ag iin reached Gen. Grant’s lines, having been gone but four days, spending part of his time near Fort Gibson. « The delegation of the Sanitary Commission are still here, the City of Alton falling to ar rive. Sheisexpcctedcertain to-night. Cairo. June 3.—Arrivals from Vicksburg up to the evening of the 30th, bring nothing important. Everybody from below speaks hopefully of the final result. Thirteen steamers left Memphis In one day, loaded with troops. Another crowd of slightly wounded hare just arrived from below. The gunboats below Vicksburg are out o coal, and they have to he supplied by hauling acroes the peninsula. Six barge loads of that indispensable left here tD day. [Special Dispatch to the Chicago Tribune.] Me arms, June 2—p. m.—via CAino, [ June 8,1863. j Latest advices from Grant’s army are to Saturday, SOth by steamer Walsh. The siege ofVicksburg is slowly progressing. The city is hermetically sealed, our investing lines being two miles from the rebel entrench ments. Slight skirmishing has been kept up for several days. The mortar boats are firing slowly day and night from tho front. All the prisoners from the Vicksburg Jail have been released and- put across the river. They re port that one of the mortar shells burst In the jail and destroyed it. The health and spirits of our army Is good. Supplies are ample. Haines’ Bluff Is the point of de barkation. Certain arrangements now being projected will give ns Vicksburg without great loss. The confidence of intelligent persons from thence is strong. They express no fears of Johnston, as Gen. Biair is opposed to him. Gen. Forrest has passed down to join John ston, with 5,000 cavalry. Washington, June B.—No advices from the army before Vicksburg had been received in this city up to noon to-day. Washington Juno 3.1803, The following was received yesterday: Caibo, Jane S, 1863. To Secretary Welles, Washington: I have received the following report, by tho steamer Judge Torrence, arrived from the fleet: Miss. Squadron, Flag Ship Black Hawk, [ Nzau Vicksburg, May 27,188 L ) Sib—Amidst our successes I regret to re port any losses; but wc cannot expect to conquer a place like this without some loss. At the earnest request of Gens. Grant and Sherman, I sent the Cincinnati to enfilade some rifle pits which barred the progress of the left wing ot our army. Gen. Snerman supposed the enemy hod removed his heavy guns to the rear of the city. On the contrary, he seemed to have planted more on the water side than usual. The Cincinnati was sunk, and went down in shoal water, with her flag flying. The enemy still continued to fire upon her, but the flag was not hauled down. Twentv-five men were killed aud wouuded, and fifteen are missing; the latter are sup posed to be drowned. The vessel can be ■raised. The pilot was killed early in the ac tion. (Signed) Datid D. Fortes, Acting Rear Admiral, Commanding Miss. Squadron. Is nm Rear or YicKsnuKO,May2s.— I There has been no severe fighting since my last. The whole line, however. Is under fire of sharp shooters. Our dead have been very generally burled, and the wounded removed to field hospitals. In some instances, the rebels, with most nnchlvalrous barbarity, have fired upon am bulance trains engaged in the removal of the dead and wounded. Under the direction of Maj. Hough, of Gen. Grant's staff, every exer tion has been made for the comfort of the wounded and for their removal from the field to hospitals at MiUlkcu’s Bend and Memphis. 1 have never seen better management at any battle field. The contrast between the sys tem here and that of Shiloh aud Arkansas Post is very marked. The failure of the contractors to finish the hospital steamer Louisiana, according to agreement, deprives us of the use of that fine steamer. Over a thousand of the wounded, including the most dangerous cases, have al ready been removed. General J. Llghtbum, formerly of the 4th Virginia has been assigned to the command of Die 2d brigade, 2d division, 15th army corps. The brigade was formerly command mantled by General David Stuart, subsequent ly by Colonel Smith of Ohio. Gen. Light burn Is an accomplished officer, and his as signment to its command is very gratifying to the brigade. Ixßeabof Vicksburg, May 20.—Yester day afternoon was occupied, till 8.80 ot the evening, under a flag of truce, In the burial of the dead and removal of the wounded. Considerable numbers had been left on the field immediately adjacent to the rebel works and in the ditches along their fortifications. They were all interred or removed. «The weather is so hot that the bodies of those who are killed decompose very rapidly, and removal to their homes is impossible. This morning, at an early hour, hostilities were resumed, and the fire of sharpshooters and artillery is as It was before the flag of truce. The rebels in some force, perhaps B,COO, ore in our rear, on the Haines’ Bluff and Bridgeport Feny road. The force is sup posed to be that which escaped from Jackson, and are mostly mounted. They may attack ns, bnt I doubt it. List or Casualties in the SSth. Illinois Volunteers* May 19th and 33d, 1801, before Ticks* bur g-. OFFICIAL Col. O. Malmborg, slightly wounded on both days, in the face. Co. A—Killed May 19.— 2 d Lieut. Levi Hill, Pat rick Tobin. Orderly fiergt, John C. Glass, miss log, proliably killed. Killed Hay 22d. Scrgt. John Burns. ’Wednesday, 19th.—Corp. Jas. ADeems, slightly; Joseph Barclay, slightly; Matthew Mitchell, seri ously. Wounded Hay 23d.—Corp. Henry Lcnhart and Baitholy Holden, slightly. Total—Killed 4: wounded 5. Co. C—Killed, May 19—Comoral Michael Alns bmy, R A Hammer, Oriu Babcock. Wounded Hay 19—Corporal R J Riley, Lircnzo L Cleveland and Orin Ifowc, all slightly. Total, killed 8; wounded 8. Co. D—Killed May 19—Corporal Jas W Cony. Co.E—Wounded May 10—Corporal Hugo Arook in arm. Sergt Franklin Pcacor, In baud slightly. Wounded May 23—John Smith, seriously, Martin Popp, foot shot away, John Warden, in leg. Total wounded. 5. Co. F—killed, Hay 19.—0 J Hoyt. Killed. May S2—Sergt Richard Haney, and David Sullivan. Wounded, May 19—Capt L B Crocker, in wrist; Lewis Wlnget, slightly. Wounded, May 22—Amos Sanford, face burnt by explosion of shell. Total killed, 3; wounded, 8. Co. G—Wounded, May 19—Andrew Williams, in Jaw, slightly; Jas W Gay, in shoulder. Wounded May 22—John Kennedy, in elbow. Total, 3. Co. H—Killed May 19—William CTurge, serious ly. Wounded May 22—1st Lieut H T Healy, in shoulder; Jeremiah Lynch, slightly in bead. Total wounded 3. Co. I—Wounded May 19—Joseph Edwards, in arm. Wounded May 22—Chas Thclo, seriously in shoulder; John Shields, slightly in leg: Scrgt Jas Larrabee. in neck; Alexander Littlefield, slightly in face. Total wounded 8. Co. K—Killed ilay 22—Martin Bill wood and Jas Dontliue. 'Wounded May 12—Sergt Robert MeVay, ecriouely. Aggregate kQlcd 13 do wounded 29 Total casualties ...42 Killed. Wounded. Commanding officers 1 8 Sergeants 3 8 Corporals 1 8 Privates 8 20 O. iIALHBono, Col* Comd'g. H. 6. Koubse, Adj't From New Orleans. New York, June 3.—By the steamer Geo. Cromwell, which arrived irom New Orleans this morning, we have the following: Seventy-five prisoners arrived at New Or leans on the 20th, from Baton Rouge, among them ex-Governor Robert Wickliffe, who was captured near Fort Hudson. The Era of the 271h ha's the following: Gen. Banks moved down the Bed River with his nrmv, and crossed to Bayou Sara, thence to Fort Hudson, where -he united his forces with Gen. Auger’s. The gunboats under Farragut were to go up on the 24th. The mortar fleet opened fire on Port Hudson on the night of the 24th, silencing several of the enemy’s guns. Port Hudson Is now, there fore, closely t>esieged and hemmed in, and the rail of this stronghold will bo speedy,even. should Gen. Banks not order an assault -of the works. CoL Grierson is co operating with Banks. The garrison of Fort Hudson is estimated at about 10,000, and scantily sup plied with provisions. The reported rebel iron-clad raid from Mo bile, and the capture of two of our ships of war, proves to be a canard. • New York, June 3.—The steamer Colum bia, from New Orleans the morning of the 28th has arrived, and brings papers of the 28th. They contain nothing later. The Era ot that date says we leam from authentic sources that our army before Fort Hudson Is in a satisfactory condition, and everything bids lair lor an important and successful close of the campaign there. The Turf. New Yore June 4.—ln the trot to-day be tween Patchen) and .Gen. Butler, two miles and repeat, for $5,000, Vatchen Won both heats Cosy time, 4:53 o®d 4:50, . ' CHICAGO, THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 1863. I GEN. BURNSIDE’S NEsV ORDER. What the Tides Require. THE DUTY OP EVERY LOYAL CITIZEN. He Will Strike at the Root of the Evil. [Special Dispatch to the Chicago Tribune.! Gen. Burnside has issued General Order No. 90 to-day, which is pretty lengthy. It directs that Qcn,. McLean, Frovost Marshal General shall at once institute an investiga tion into the cases of all citizens now con fined in this department, and in all such cases as do not clearly show premeditated disloy alty on the part of the accused, or when a de sire is manifested to atone for past faults by future good conduct, the prisoners will be re leased on taking the oath of allegiance and giving bonds for a strict observance thereof. Thu General commanding is convinced that a large majority of tho men arrested have been misled by dishonest and designing poli ticians, and HE PREFERS* TO STRIKE AT THE SOURCES OF THE EVIL, and allow those who have been led astray to return to their loyalty and allegiance, if they have seen the lolly and sin of opposing the Govern ment. The order then speaks of tho duty of every man in this crisis, where tho Government is striving to suppress the rebellion, and says the necessity demands a sacrifice from every one. The General argues that In yielding up civil rights to save tbisconntr}', the party so doing is none the less a citizen. The country re quires no physical sacrifice, no personal hard ships, hut simply that ho shall imitate the example of the soldiers in the field, so Cir as to abate somewhat ot that freedom of speech -which they give up en tirely; THAT FREEDOM OF DISCUS SION AND CRITICISM WHICH IS PROPER IN THE POLITICIAN AND THE JOUR NALIST IN TIME OF PEACE, BECOMES RANK TREASON WHEN IT TENDS TO WEAKEN THE CONFIDENCE OF THE SOLDIER IN HIS * OFFICERS AND HIS GOVERNMENT. And when this insidious treason, striking at the very root of that Military Power winch U for the time being, the country's protection, makes its appearance, it is the bonndenduty of the Commanding General to expel it from his lines, with a heavier hand than ho would drive from his camp the villain who would scatter a material poison, that would enervate and decimate his soldiers. The General com manding desires to again call the attention of all officers, Provost Marshals and others in authority, to the necessity of great care in the making of arrests, which should, in all in stances, be lounded on full affidavits, sustain ing distinct charges, except when the exigen cies of the case demand Instant action. FROM WASHINGTON. [Special Dispatch to tbo Chicago Tribune/] Washington, Wednesday, Jnnc 3,15G3. The following Is the text of Col. D’Utassy’s sentence; To forfeit all pay and all allow ances now due, or that may become due him,to be cashiered, to be confined for a period of one year at such place as the Secretary of War may direct, to be disqualified from hold ing any office of trnst, honor or emolument In the service of the United States; and the crime, name and punishment of the delin quent are to be pnblisbed in at least three of the public papers of the State of New York. The Secretary of "War endorses the sentence, as follows: “The proceedings, findings and sentence of the Court Martial, In the forego ing case, Is approved, and the State prison at Slug Sing, N. Y., is designated as the place ot confinement of the prisoner. The Adjutant General will issue the proper orders to cany the sentence Into effect. The President ap proves the whole. Orders have been issued by the Commander of the military Department of Washington, to muster into the service all the colored ro cralts who may be presented in companies of G4. As soon as they are mustered in, they are clothed and sent to Mason's Island, where a camp is being formed. Over 1,000 are en rolled. Two companies are mastered in, and will soon be officered and ready for the field. The 16th Virginia loyal regiment has been disbanded and the men mustered out of ser vice. The 39th N. Y. regiment, Garibaldi Guards, lias been consolidated into five companies and half the officers mustered out of service. The Ist District of Columbia regiment lias been consolidated into four companies, and a proportionate number of officers mustered out. ( Limt. Jno. W. A. Jones, of the Ist Minne sota regiment, has been dismissed th&service lor insubordination, and Capt. J. M. Mott, of the ICtb Michigan regiment, for overstaying hie leave of absence. Rear Admiral Foote received orders to-day dclatcbing him from the Bureau of Constrnc tlon aed Repairs, and assigning him to the command of the south Atlantic blocking squadron, relieving Admiral Dupont. Gen. Gilmore is in town. Gen. Hunter’s business still seems involved in uncertainty. Col. M. Quincy declines the Provost Mar sbtilship for this district. Another State, Massachusetts, has accepted an Agricultural College grant. The Snake Indians have been pacified, Gov. Doty telegraphs, without the expenditure of the money appropriated for that purpose. Baltimore, June 3.— The iate reports rela tive to pickets being driven in at Harper’s Ferry, and similar stories of anticipated raids upon the Baltimore and Ohio railroad, are entirely unfounded. The through line for freight and passengers is now working East and West with perfect regularity and dispatch, and no further interruption is apprehended. New Took, June B.—A Washington special says the reported removal of General Hunter Is anthoratlvcly contradicted. Gen. Saxton leaves to-morrow with dispatches for General Hunter. Rosecnms has closely confined and guarded all the rebel officers who are his pris oners. Washington specials contain nothing new. lAIEB FROM EIKOI’E. The London Papers on Hooker’s He* New York, June 3.—The steamship Persia* from Liverpool, May 23d, and Queenstown 24th.has arrived. The London Times gay &: “Hooker’s opera tions, prcccdedhy more than usual gasconade, resulted in the usual miserable failure.” It suspects that Hooker was so disabled, that Sedgwick’s defeat was on opportune excuse for recrossmg,aud the leaving of his wounded on the Held clearly indicates something like a rout. The Times sees no end to the war, but by the slow process ot exhaustion either of men. or enthusiasm. A few mouths must decide whether the war cuds with the present year or at the close of Lincoln’s term, or later. The Daily Xexcs adds this campaign, in the list of Federal disasters, but points to Lee’s inability to follow up, which is proved by the fact that he does not hold afoot more ground than before. The Star thinks an honest confession of disaster would be more dignified, on the part of Stanton, than a statement of a retreat from prudential motives, and a speedy resumption of the offensive. The Morning iW sees good reason why Lee should not follow up Hooker, but cannot understand why Hooker was allowed to re treat so easily. A parly who was alleged to ho a Federal re cruiting agent to the county of Cork, turned out to be a swindler, and had decamped. It is announced that the cargoes of the ships Nora. Louisa Hatch, and Charles Hill, hound from England to the East Indies, and destroyed by the Alabama, were shipped by and consigned to British subjects. The gov ernment is called upon to, and it Is thought will, Interfere in the matter. The race for the Oaks was won by Queen Bertby. The French electoral contest Is - waxing warmer. Opposition candidates arc dolly in creasing. Pcrslgny, in a letter to the Prefect of the Seine, denounces Thiers as being connected with the avowed enemies of the Emperor. Bourse fat at (19 to 35.” Fellah affairs unchanged. Engagements continue frequent, and no diminution in the insurgents. It is reported that Austria has called on Prussia for military assistance. Springfield, June 3. —The following pre amble and resolutions passed the House of Representatives to-day, by a vote of 47 to 13, after an exciting debate: Whebeas, Information has reached this body tbutanorderwas issued on the Ist day of June Inst , by Major Gen. Burnside, Commander of this Department, for the suppression of tho Chicago' Tin e«, a puilic newspaper published in tills State, and WnEKEAg, Such an order is In direct violation of the Constitution of the United States and of this State, and destructive of these God-given princi ples whose existence and recognition for centuries before written Constitutions were, have made them as ranch a part of oar rights as the air we breathoorthelliewhlchsustalnsus; bo it there foie, by the House ot Representatives, the Senate concurring therein, Jiefoltea , That we denounce the order which threatens an act so revolutionary and despotic, as contrary to liberty, destructive of good govern ment, subversive of constitutional and natural rights, and that If carried into effect, we consider it equivalent to the overthrow of oar form of gov ernment, and tho establishment of military des potism in Us stead. Ami be it further Rnohed, That in view ot, and deploring the monstrous consequences which must Incvitebiy follow from each action, if Justified and adhered to by the General Government, we respect fully yet firmly request the withdrawal of the order in question, and a disavowal thereof by those in power, as the only coarse which can be pursued to r> assure our people that Constitutional freedom, to dear to their hearts, has not ceased to be. And be it further Jte*olced, Tbata copy of these resblatione, duly certified.be transmitted to the President of the United Btatc j , to MaJ.Gen. Bum side and to the Governor of Illinois, whose atten tion is hereby called to this infringement of popu lar rights and invasion of the sovereignty of the State of Illinois. Cincinnati, Jane 3, 1653. But little other business of Importance was transacted. New Yoke, June 3.—The Peace Conven tion was held this afternoon In Cooper Insti tute. The principal speaker was Fernando Wood. The resolutions declare fealty to the Constitution and to the sovereignty of the people; that under the Constitution there Is no power to coerce the States, or any part of them, by military force; that the war is con trary to the ConstUitution, and should be put an end to; that attempts to do away with tho provisions of the Constitution which point out how crimes are to be punished, are high banded violations of the sworn duties of our rulers. That the claim of dictatorial and unlimited military power, and trial of citizens by court maitial, are monstrous and execrable. That the dogma of unlimited submission to tho executive branch of the Government is un worthy an American citizen. That we protest against thc.cowardly, despotic, inhuman and accursed act of banishment of Vallandigham. That we recommend the suspension of hos tilities and the holding of a Convention to settle the manncr.of the reconciliation of the contending sections, and appointing a State Committee for calling future Conventions of the Peace Democracy. New York, June 2. —The Sordid has a pri vate dhpatch from Mexico, confirming the captured Puebla; also, that Gen. Comonfort was surprised, lost 8 guns ami 2,500 prisoners. New Tore, June 3.—Tho steamer Eagle, from Havana, May SOth, has arrived. The Mexican news is not yet confirmed. There arc strong doubts thrown upon it by the Mexican partizans in Havana. The reported dates arc said to render the news improbable. Cincinnati, June 8.18G3. WinsKT.—The market is unchanged and steady. The sales comprise CSS brls at 41@41J»c, the latter rate for wagon. Provisions.— There was a better inquiry for lard to-day, and 100 tierces choice city sold at 0?£c; country Is held at 9®9,Vc for round lots. Nothing transpired in other articles. Old mess pork Is held nominally at $9.50®9.76f0r country aud city; new at $11.50®13.00 for country; $1&50®14.00 for city. Bulk Heats for shoulders and sides ; bacon at 4J£Qs#c. QJJAND TRUNK RAILWAY. NOTICE. The Michigan Central and Michigan Southern Rail loads are refuriog to sell tickets via the Grand Trunk. PASSENGERS GOING EAST, Ton can purchase THROUGH TICKETS, (good via the M. CMC. or M. S. li.J to all points East, at the Grand Trunk Office, 56DearbomSt., Chicago Through Tickets via Grand Trank for sale at all Im portant Railroad officer In the Western States. 8. T. WEBSTER, Western Gcnl Agent, Chicago. IU. C. J. Bbtdom, Managing Director.* SJoLtrcal.C. E. ) '■ Chicago, Jnne 4.1863. Je4 cS2S itnet QORNWELLS & ELLIOTT, HAVE TUB Wholesale Agency FOR C. BARNARD’S PENS, FOB THE FOLLOWING COUNTIES; rook. Kane. McHenry. Lake, Boone, Winnebago, Dn Page, Kendall. Will. Orondy. LaSalle, Bureau, and Stevenson Counties. Illinois, and Wayne County. Michigan. Je-t-cSU-lt PKENCH ARTIFICIAL EYES, MOST PERFECT WOBKISINSHIP. Can be worn without pain. Call and examine them, or address GALE BROTHERS, Scalers In Druggists Novelties. 202 Randolph street, Chicago, Illinois. T OANS FOR A TERM OF XJ , TEARS ON EEAL ESTATE Df CHICAGO, Mode at the Lowest Current Rates, By L. D. OLMST ID A CO., cor. Lake and LasaUo-sts. Investments made for non-realdents la hood and mortgage. Interest payable semi annually. Je«-cS!2Btnet pAI NTI N Gr— Two good GERMAN HOUSE PAINTERS, Will call and do small Jobs of painting If a notate dropped to Post Office Pox 972. Chicago. Jet e&S-ltltsp PJQQ BBLS. NEW YORK POTATOES, Assorted lots of popular Mads, all in prims shipping order, on sole ay S HER MAN. HALL A POPE. 97 South Water street. BBLS. GREEN APPLES, Choice N. Y. Russets, On sale by SHERMAN. HALL A POPE. 97 South Water street. 5Q FIRKINS DALITLY BUTTER, In prime shipping order, on sale by SHERMAN. HALL* POPE. ■ 97- South Water street. gQQ BARRELS Regular brand and In perfect order, on taloby BttKEHaS. HALL & POPE. 07 South Water street. 1000 BARRELS NETT ITIESS PORK, City packed and extr* heavy, on sale by * * SHERMAN. BALL & POPE. mj37 c4OO St x-T s net 97 Sooth Water street. treat. Q.EOCEEIES. 100 Hilda. Sugar, SOO Bbls. Sugar, 900 Sacks Coffee, 100 Brls. Syrup, Just resolved and for sale at the lowest market rates,by LADD, WILLIAMS & YOUNG,* Jel-eGSO-Stnet 16 RIVER STREET. ROSSETEE, SHELDON & PERKINS, fIF.VFRAL PRODUCE COMMISSION MEHCHANTS, 340 SOUTH WATER ST., P. 0.801 2831. CHICAGO. r. V.DUI MH. Orders lor all kinds oteoods promptly filled, and consignments ot Country Produce solicited. Refer to Solomon Slnrges & Sons. Chicago: 8. D. Mack New York; Morris A ChaUant. Cincinnati; B. F. Hudson * Co. 6t, Louis. H . w. KO3SSTSE, D HIJJRT SHELPOX. W. B. PBBKIXS, TD CAPITALISTS.—I,OOO acres first-doss Farming Landsnear Chicago, with tide direct from the United states Government, miut be sold To close an estate. They were located la 1833. by the Utc Robert Jones, of New Yotk. and lie withloa dis tance of six to seventeen miles (Tom Chicago within direct railroad communication, (heir soil Is of the Cent in the State, and adapted for every farming pur pose. Apply to Jomf UATTOCK9, Jr.. Jet e7S2-6t No. 14 Telegraph Building. AIR beating furnaces. XJI Beecher's Patent Air Heating Furnaces, for warming dwellings, stores, churches, public nails, school hou*rs,&c. manufactured and set up by B£KCHKR&PAREEi:.2SO Madison street P.S.-Rnildlogs la process of erection sh .uldhave the Air Pipes Introduced at once. xaySl-eS&twnet Copperheadlana. Prom Mexico. AGAIN PER CONTRA. Cincinnati market. [Special Dispatch to the Chicago Tribune.] 3Nctb A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF OLD ItEESS PORK, At a Great Sacrifice, iNcro Hilton: foments. PRINTS AND DOMESTICS. The Cheapest In the mariet for cash. COOLEY, FARWELI&Co, 43,44 &46 Wabash avenue, Chicago, Are receiving dally from the largo Auction Sales la New York the following Staple Goods, which will be sold for cash much below the market rates; 9IEBRMACK, PACIFIC, SPB AGUE’S, A 1< LEU »S, mcxmONll’B, . AHBBIOiI, IVAHSbm, And other Popular Prints. ALSO, v DOMESTICS AND COTTONADES, Hosiery, Woolens, WHITE GOODS, NOTIONS, &c., &c. Wo offer good MADDER PRINTS At 11 Cts. We also call special attention to our large stock of DRESS GOODS, From auction, and will he sold at less than last years’ prices. We Invite all close buyers to examine our stock before purcbaslog. Cooley, Farwell & Co., 42, 44 & 46 Wabash Avenue, Chicago, 111. JtleTMCtnet BOYS’ AND YOUTHS’ CLOTHING BOYS’ SCHOOL SUITS, From $3 to $9, all Colors. Boys’ Fine Dress Saits, Blue, Black and Brown Cloths, and Figured Casslmercs, From SXO to sls. Youths’ Coats, Pants and Tests, All Colors and Qualities. CHILDREN’S SUITS, For 3) 4, and 5 year old Boys, From Common to the most Elegant, Our Goods are the latest in Style, our Assortment is the Largest, and onr Prices the LOWEST. DE GRAFF & POOLE, Comer of Randolph and State sts, Jc4 cSOO-lt MANUFACTURERS’ CON -ITX , YENTION WILL ASSKMW'^IN Circuit Court Boom, COURT HOUSE, On Thursday Next, JUNE 4, AT THREE O’CLOCK, P. BC., To take Into consideration the operations of the present EXCISE LAW, Upon their Interests, and more particularly the recant amendments made to the same, by which A SECOND INCOME TAX la Imposed on them. In addition to the other duties levied. Let all Manufacturers attend, w As onr Influence con only be felt by proper organiza tion. MANUFACTURERS FROM ABROAD Will please repoit at 73 State street. City Railway Je3e7sW2tnet Halloing. ■ T} CONTRACTORS VISITING CHICAGO. AND OTHERS INTERESTED.—The Board of Public Works are preparing plans and speci fications for the construction of a five feet tunnel two miles under the bed of Lake Mlenlgao. to be used In supplying the city with water, and will at on early day advertise for proposals for tne doing of said work. The Board wl*l be glad to communicate to any con tractors attending the Canal Convention—as Indeed to nil persons interested—soch Information a* has been already prepared relative to the project. Office, Room No IS. second floor. Court House. By order of tte xUTKHAM, Secretary. Chicago. June 8.1563. Je3-e761 gtnet J)T J. A. MARSHALL, Auet’r. ValnaMo Residence Propetty in See. 27, FOB SALE AT AUCTION. I will eenon the premises, on FRIDAY. .TuneSth.at 10 o'clock A. M.. 44 lots In Block 93. ticc 27. fronting on Wabash avenue. State street and Hardin Place, just southwest of Union Car Works. The lots on Wabash avenue and State street are 24x181K feet toaSnioot alley; those on Hardin Place 24X80 feet to al3 foot alley. This property Is well worthy the attentloa of those de-Jrlug residences (a that popular and beautiful part of onr city. It only requires a trip down upon the cars to see the large and valuable Improvements making in that vicinity to at orcc determine upon making a selection there at prices far below the real value of the property. Those at tending the sole can take the through cars to Hardin Place, follow Hardin Place west to the premises. Terms of sale M cosh, balance in ono, two and three years; Interest 6 per cent, per annum. Title perfect. Je4-eBC62t J. A. MARSHALL. Auctioneer. XTORTHERN TRANSPORTA- J_ v TION COMPANY.—For Opdensburgh. touching at Milwaukee. Glen Arbor. Mackinac, Detroit. Oswe go. Cape Vincent and Sacketta Harbor. The new and first class screw steamer CITY OF BOSTON, John Caldwell, Master, Will leave aa above on FRIDAY. Jane Stb, at 6 o’clock. P.’M. Passengers ticketed through to Cleve land, Buffalo. New York, Boston, Lowell. Lawrence, Concord. Monlita'. Quebec, Portland and intermediate points. For freight or pas«age apply to N. J. H'HVE, Agent, foot of North Lasaile street, or JOHN 11. GREEN. General Western Passenger Agent. 15 North Wells street. Jet-e321-gt MILWAUKEE AND WEST iXL ERN RAILROAD COMPANY. Getkax Omoe,Miz.WArsES. Jane 4.1363. Notice to Hallroad Contractors. Sealed proposals will be received by the under signed, at the office of the Milwaukee and Western Railroad Company. In Milwaukee, uonl SATURDAY. thelSthCayor Jnne.lSKJ. for the Grading, Masonry, Bridging. Cattle Yards and Fencing of twentyelgnt miles or the line of Itoad. extending from Columbus. Metcnt terminus of tbe Milwaukee and Western to tbe City of Portage. The line will be divided into sections of convenient lengttAotd proposal* will be received for single sec tlous or for the whole line. Tie line will be ready for the examination of Ton* tractors on atdafter June Sth, and maps. profiles and plans with specifications, may be examined at the Engineer's Office. In Milwaukee.on and after that date. Parties proposing, who are unknown to the under signed, wm be required to glv* satisfactory references. The work to be offered to Contractors will laclnde about G0»,(00 coble yards ef excavation. In a desirable section or the country for doing work. Payments In cash. Tbe Company reserve the tight to reject any or aU proposals as may he deemed for their interest. N. J. EMMONS. President. W. B. GILBERT. Chief Engineer. Jet-e316 Iflt DEAL ESTATE IRFOR JLt) MATIOy. Our Maps and Knowledge Are at the service of visitors to Chicago. Strangers desiring to know location, size, or value of property, in or about Chicago, are Invited to our office, 71 Dearborn Street* jtS-e7Si 2tnet B. H. KEBFOQT A CO.. Chicago. WESTERN LAND AGENCY. Y v 800,000 acres to lowa. Minnesota and Wiscon sin-improved and ucloiproved-for sale. Pamphlets minutely deicrtbing same, furnished. Taxes paid, lands and farms so d, and titles examined In ab>ve States and Illinois. Personal attention given fa spring and lali to payment of taxes on all lands placed m my charge. W. J. BARNFY, office No, 3. overlU Ran dolph street. Chicago. Post Office Box 6SB, NUMBER 297. Nets 'Himtrtisnnsntff, pAPBE HANGINGS KEW STYLES OF PARLORS, HALLS, Diningßooms and Libraries, JUST RECEIVED. Also, a large Invoice of Satins, Blanks and Curtain PAPEBS, AT FAXON’S 70 Lake Street. WINDOW SHADES Of every grade andstyle—at wholesale. Shades made aad pot up to order. SPUING- AND HAIR MATTRASSES, Pillows, Bolsters, Comforters, Spreads, Ac. PRIME LIVE GEESE FEATHERS, Also. Steam Cured Feathers. LACE CURTAINS, CORNICES, &c. E. G. L. FAXON, 70 Lake Street, Chicago. P.O.Boxaflg. Jet-effg) 12toet QUARTER PERPETUAL PHOENIX Insurance Company OP HARTFORD, CONN. Cash Capital, $41)0,000. Devoted to Fire Xosnrasce Ezclnslveiy. and it* aim will be to secure a continuance of public confidence by a prompt and honorable adjustment of aH Fair Claims fur Loss. DIRECTORS: Simeon L. Loomis, John A. Butler, Chester Adams. Wm. D. Shlpuan, Daniel P. Crosby. Eibna T. Smith. Marshall Jewell. George W. Moore. Joseph Merriman, Cbas. H Northern, Cbas. M. Besch. Thoa Belknan Franklin Chamberlin,NX. C. B. Erwin. N. Britain. Dan. H. Arnold. do. Harvey Jewell. Boston SIMEON I. LOOMIS, President. HENSY KELLOGG, Secretary. Western General Agency, 33 West Hiird Street, Cincinnati. B, n. & H. H; MAQILL, General Agents. Abstract of Losses paid in the Western and Southern States during the past six years ending January Ist, 1563. A substantial record of a Well Tried Corporation: Ohio *U2-15GT. Kentucky |3tW3.n Indiana 41.977J9 Teaneasee 45,«8t!>0 liUrols 95374.72 Mississippi 20,88355 Michigan 41,010.17 Missouri 37.502.12 lowa 23,0w .03 Mbama 555J5 Wisconsin 60 339.01 Arkansas 52.839.43 Minnesota 9,328,10 Texas 8.95198 Kama 9.T5532 Nebraska 1.16100 Daly Commissioned .Agents In an the cities and to was. HUBBARD & HUHT, Agents, lel-eTM-Mt CHICAGO. JAMES BOTD, Banker and Broker, DEALER IN GOLD, SILVER, CANADA And all Premium Money. BETS AT THE HIGHEST BATES —ALL— Premium and Unenrrent Funds, UNITED STATES BONDS, TREASURY NOTES, AND HEW YORK EXCHANGE. Strangers and Delegates to the Canal Convention are corclatiy invited to my office, where the latest In formation received by Telegraph from the SewToik Stock Exchange, will freely be given, without charge. JAMES BOYD, 38 CLARK STREET, Exchange Bank Building. Cor. Lake and Clark street* CHICAGO. JJHNTIRGTOR & CO., No. 7 Clark-st. JOBBERS IN ALL KINDS OF FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC GREEN -AJSX) PRESERVED FRUITS, nuts, sardines, FANCY GROCERIES, AND CONFECTIONERY. Authorized Agents for the sale of 11. P. DIEHL’S Celebrated Fire Works. t Western and North-western Merchants will do well to get onr prices, as we shall sell goods to the trade at low figures. mJSTINGTO.T A CO. je4c76l-6tnetwTas CURE AND BURGLAR PROOF JL SAFES. Manufactured by DJcbold, Bahmann Sc Go., Cincinnati. PREMIUM SAFE OF AMERICA, No other Safe In this country will begin to campon with them In WOBKJUNSmP AND FINISH. Bankers and Brokers buy them. Merchants and Manufacturers hay them. Lawyers and Doctors bay them. Insurance Companies buy them. Business Men bay them. Nobody wm boy any other make after seeing them. Je4cCS2stnet F.W. PRATT. 13 Laaalle street. VALUABLE business and V RESIDENCE PROPERTY FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN* Five Stores on Lake street, four Stores on South Water street, three Stores on Franklin street, near Lake, forty lota In one block, near Union Park, with gas. water and sewer convenient: tbe solenoid real, deuce aud grounds cow occupUd by Bishop Whlte boo*e. fronting Union Park land Washington streets' with VS feet front on the Pa-k. valued In 1358 at 970.000. wm be sold very cheap: Also, other vatoableproper t*. Inquire of 8. S. UAYtSS, 1Je4e7404w 2 Court House. A RTIFICIAL EYES.—Ear XA Drums, sound conductors. Eye Fountains, and many othe useful inventions for tbe w HT’.T.TCT OF TEE DEAF AUD BLIND, Maybe tested and obtained at the Chicago Eye and Ear Infirmary, U7 South Clark street. j. b. walker, m. d.. Jel eTSWtUtp Operating and Consulting Surgeon. JUST RECEIVED ! JUST RE CEIVED!—A fresh supply of HEIKBOLD’S EXTRACT BTTCHU, THE GREAT DIURETIC. Delmbold's Extract Sarsaparilla, TBE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER. Helmbold’a Improved Hose Wash. FOB P*T.g BY LORD A SMITH. Wholeisle DmggUU. aijtertrnit. CM«*o, nunols. THIS IS THE Ntm SbotrtlßtmtnU. DEAFNESS. CATARIIII, Diseases of the Ejc, Ear and Air Passages. DR. LIGHTHILL, Late of No. WSt Mark's Place. New Tot* «t.* been practicing for the past two tr oath. * t oS°T>2t 175 Michigan avenue. Between Adams and Jaduon Streets. Address Drawer 5997. Dr. Llghtbfll can be consulted dally from M A. \L te% 4P. M, at his residence. No. 173 Michigan avenue Patients will noth* received except during the i «ra* laroflco hours. unless in eases of emergency or by special arranpemett Parties residing sc a distance are I ereby informed that a personal examination Is refinlsite in every case Before appropriate treatment car. re inirUotAl. Dr. LIGUTHILL-S recoct work. ** A Popular Tree* **2® ? n Causes and Prevention.” may be XBSTIMOHIAtSt From Bev. John Nott, D. D. Professor la TTnlan r«T. hge.Khenectady.lT. T. PCHsmiCTAnr.Warch3 15S3L Dr. Ln'uu ruiUr-Slr : Having been cored UyW»a ot a discharge In »n ear, which has been ve-y offensive of Lite, snd as far back as I can remember always room or lea? so; and having been entirely restored to heaHn£ since under jonr care. I feel that I cannot wl-hholS this acknowledgment from any use it may be to oihenL especially as 1 nave applied in tain to my fiuallr dlitw Id»n ana other physicians of reputation. .. J Tonra truly, . , Rev. JOHN NOTT PoitOfflcead'lrtssFonda > Montcomer7Co.,N 7 Isanxcnox fob tit* Deaf and 'Dttxb. I New York. Jan. 7th. f I bare pleasure In testifying to the skill and kind at* tcotion of Dr. Llghthili, who has relieved me from a ttpnblcrome draftress 01 long standing, brought on By n severe cold. I shall be happy to answer aav to qnirles made by persons seeking information as «t address as above, ROBERT CLIVE. Bookkeeper. Dklatan ITotts*. Albany.K. Y.. March?. 1953. TO Dr c. D LlQirrmxx Dear sir:—l take picas ora In certlij ing that yon have ejected a great deal of |m. grovemeut In the bearing of my son, Marcos CL nrsle.wbobM. nrevtooalo your taking the case tza hand. been culte deaf from the effects of Scarlettsa. As 1 know of many other cases, who yon have cured and benefited, I have no hesitancy to recommend to* to the public. v I remalnyoura very truly. THEOPHBLUS KOkSSLB. Proprietor Dclavan Rouse, Albany, N. Y, 42 Fn-rn-rrarrr. New York, Junes. ig» KD*. Xjgbthiix—Dearsfr: I take plemsuremtests* tying to the remarkable skill and Judgment you dls* ed In the case of my daughter, who had been nar. y deaf, accompanied by discharge front tho ear* since early infancy. and is now, thanks to your treat* ment. able to hear as wen as anv one. whllo her can aiefreefrom the discharge. Although It Is nearly two years since she has been under your care, her hearing remains as good and bor ears as sound as the damn* left you, o. 3. HOLLY < CATARRH CUBED. [From Rev. P. R. Russell, Lyan, Mass,l . , Ltxf. Ma*w.. Feb. Ist. 150. ' I bare been tench troubled with catarrh of taa wont type for some twenty yean. I: gradually grew worao. producing cough and hoarseness, destroying the sense of smell, and breaking down my general’haajthtosnci a degree as to compel me to resign my pastorate oa<t suspend public speaking. I made diligent nse of ths usual retnedlee. such as snuffs of divers kinds, ultra!* of silver, tar water, olive tar and inhalations, bat without any very salutary effects. Last summer I heard of Dr. Llgh thill's successful mode of treattor Catarrh, visited n!m. and put myself under his treat* meat. I began Immediately to Improve, and this 1m- Erovementbrs gone on to the present tune. My Cs* irrh has gradually melted away, my cough has dis approved, my voice has becomd natural, and 1 am orcemoreabie to preach the blessed Gospel. Letts* advise all troubled with catarrh diiflcultlea to apply ta Dr. Ughtlilll. p. a. RUS3KLL. , Further references to parties of the highest reaped* lability can be seen on application. Jel-e612-M-war-net QHIOAGO REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS. INSIDE PBOPEBTfr- SO feet on Lassl.e. near Randolph, with stores. 20 feet on Randolph, near state, with store. ST' feet on C:ark. north of Monroe. 24 feet on State, near Lake. 10 tect on River. near Clark Bridge. (0 leet an corner State and S. Water. 120 ft et on River, near Rush it, Bridge—pays 10-uer cent. CO feet ccrner Market st. and River. so feet on Ktver. 4CCft. deepto Canal, near Yan-Borca. 5t feet comer Claak ana Van Suren. f 0 feet cn Maot-on. near Hoisted. to Jeet comer Lake and Ha sted. Wfcctcorner Canal and Madison.322H J 20 feet on CanaL near Lake. 50 fett comer Madison and La«aDe. RESIDENCE LOTS. ICCxIOO feet comer Erie and Wolcott. 73x125 feet on Erie, near Pina. 4txi(oJeeton Illinois. near Wolcott. ICPxICO feet on In churn, near Dearborn. . 50x150 feet on Clark. nearCblcago avenue. 54xiC0feeton Wabash avenue, near Jackson. * 25x180 feet on Wabash avenue, near Old. 1(0x180 feet on Michigan avenue, near Old. 70x125 feet on Calumet avenue, near Monterey. 100x125 leet on Douglas avenue, near Monterey. 50x178 feet on Douglas avenue, near Monterey. 100x190 feet corner Calumet avenue and Hanilng. 40x182 feet comer Prairie avenue and Bio Qranda. 90x121 ftet on Madison, near Backer. 50x183 leet on Park avenue, near Lincoln. RESIDENCE AND LOTS. House and lot on Washington, near Michigan averno with furniture. House and lot on Michigan avenue, near Jackson, lot 34x1b0 feet. Eotucand lot on Michigan avenue., near Adams, lot SOxUOfeet. Bouse and lot on Michigan .’avenue. near Twelfth. lot 40X130 feet. House and lot on Wabash avenue, near Hubbard CL. _ tocasviso feet. House and lot on wanaan avenue, near Pock CL. lot 4uxioo feet. House and lot on Wabash avenue, near North, lot 33x 180 feet. House and lot on Michigan avenue, near Falo Alto. kt£Oxl»>fett- Honse and lot corner Lasalle and Chestnut, lot 40x100 feet. House and lot on Illinois, near Wolcott lot fcet. Bouse and lot on £<Una Place, near Tan Boren, tot 25x110 feet. noose and lot on Lake, near Corliss, lot 35x100 feet. Boose analot on Lake near May, lot SOxluuftct. FOR SUBDIVISIONS. Block covered with trees, known as Evergreen lot. Ob West Side, horse railroad. 100x173 leet corner Maxwell and Jefferson. 3K acres In section is. town SO. range 14. 200 feet on Wahasn avenue.Just soots of Rlngold. 2CO feet on Wabash avenue, extending through to State. Block, corner Michigan avenue, near Hardin Place. XHOS. B. BRYAN, Beal Estate Attorney, Bryan HaU. X3T Property bought, sold, and generally managed for non residents. T. B. U. Je2-e6&t Steel ESTATE FOR SALE BY H. W. RISGLMD. ZTonsa and Lot os Washington, between Leavitt and lojce. House and Lot on Washington, near Michigan are. Houieand Lot 130 West \\ asblngton. near Meridian. House atdLot on West WasMmrtoo, near Oakley. Two Brick Houses and Lots on Wabash arenne. near lunlcgton Crossing. House and Lot on Wabash avenue, near Eldrldga Joan. House and Lot cor. West Adams and Honore-ata. House andLrteor. Josephine and iloyao. House and Lot cor. warren and Lincoln. House and Lot on West Indiana, near Rucker. Two Houses and Lots cor. Morgan and Uubbaxd. Hooee and Lot on Monterey, near Stewart ave. liotueardLoton State,near Washington. Bouse and Lot on Sooth Clark, near Harrison. House and Lot on Walnut, near Woodat. A Buskess Propetty on Clark-st. A Business Property on Dearborn, near Randolph. 60xlJ0 fleet on Canal, bet. Randolph and Washington J ISOxn’Ofeet cor Sangamon and Jackson. lOOxlso feet cor. Prairie ave. and Monterey-st. £0x123 feet cor J alien st and Itidgevlilo Road. 25x125 cor. Indiana and Wood sts 17 Lota 33x120 feet Wright and Johnstons streets. iCCxISO fee 1 : on Empire Slip, suitable for an Elevator. Two 10 acre Lots on North Branch, four miles from the centre ol the city. Two entire Blocks. Inside City Limits, at a bargain. Several tundred acres ufLaod la tracts of ten acres and upwards, adjoining and near the City Limits sulta b'e for subdivision, which Kirill bo sold alagrcat bar* gain. Several cheap Parma In THinntu Apply to H. W. EHfGLAND, BOOH I KISCSBBBT BLOCK, Between Sherman and Mattesou House*, on Has* dolph street. Je3-e63J fit Sinew piANO FORTES. W. W. KIMBALL, Has remeved to bis new Ware rooms. 143 Lake Street- A large assortment of PIAROS AMD MEIODEOH3 At Wholesale ?and Retail. Pianos to Bent. Pianos Tuned and BepairetL S3T Orders from a distance promptly attended to. W. W• isliH BALL, J<2-tflg-7tr.et m Lake street. QUIGAGO BAG FACTORY. EAWKIXS & CHAPMAN, SUCCESSORS TO ISIRSON FABWELL, 130 SontU Water Street* 53.00 C Doable Gunnies. Urge slxi. 15,000 single Gunnies, heavy and choice. 20.CC0 Extra Burlaps, four bushels Grocers' Bags, In good variety. Flour Sacks. Dam Sacks, Wool Socks. Seamless Bagt. Every description of Bag and Sack ased, for sole at* the lowest market prices. „ . HAWKINS A CHAPMAN. myCO ef£3 fitne t 139 Sooth Water street. W2 ARE AUTHORIZED TO RECEIVE SUBSCRIPTIONS At PAR tor thft United States 5-20 Tear 6 Per Cent. Bonds, Interest payable May Ist and November Ist IN GOLD. Interest wlllcomtccrce on day of subscription. Wo will receive to payment for these Bonds at nir, with out commission. Legal Tender Nc tea. nr Drafts on New York or Boston, and at i-a per cent discount, cur rency or drafts on tils clrr. Bonds wui be forwarded by express ormau.as may be direct* d within ten to twenty days tromttaedateof subscription. The Coapon Bonds are Issued to donoin lx.atU.nsof SSO, SIOO, SSOO, SI,OOO. The Registered Bonds In same amounts. Also, S3,CCO and SIO.UiO. On and after July Ist, tbe privilege of converting Lend Tender Notes Into the '* Five-Twenty" Bond* wiH cease. Parties wishing to seeere a United State* Bond AT PAR paving six per cent InterestlN GOLD. sbooJdseDdlntnelrordersbefare that time. For further information Inquire at our office, or aa dmsusbymalL . PEESTOH WILtAED A KEAH, Bankers, Cor. Clark and South Water sis., Chicago. mygnas-ft-cet EEM O VAL.— DENTAL. » PR ALBAt'OH baa removed his office from® to 51 West Randolph street, where be will »e to eeeailhts old patron* and as many new on»aa may with anythu.g in the way ot DentlJtrr\ *mo na would asy to all auch.thalanytMng regard to the teeth ahall be done in * reU*Myaa» la factory manner. ja»w>n>Miw CAL T SOO Smtk»H«rpo®l BatrySalt, 500 Sacks fironndAlnm Salt* For sale by LADD, WILLIAMS * YOONOt«mr«c ftßfti JtJwtuW .