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Compound Fluid EXTRACT BTJCHU A POSITIVE AM) SPECIFIC REMEDY FOR DISEASES OF TOG BIADDEB, Knnnrs, AND DROPSICAL SWELLINGS. This Medicine Increases the Power of Diges tion, and Excites tbe Absorbents into healthy action, riiy which the Watery or CalcaroDß Depositions, and all the Unnatural Enlargements arc Keduccd, as well as Pain and Inflammation. BELItTBOLD’S EXTRACT BUCHU Has Cured every Case of Diabetes in which, it has been given. Irritation of the Keck of tbe Bladder and In flamatlon of tbe Kidneys. For these diseases It is Indeed a sovereign remedy. And 100 much cannot be said in Us praise. A single dose has been known to relieve the most urgent symp toms. TRY IT. BxiiimsoiaZrs EXTRACT BUCHU. Clccratlon of the Kidney* and Bind der, Retention or Crlne, XMseaaes oftbo ProHtrate Gland, Stone in the Bladder, Oalculuw, Grav el, Briekdnst Deposit, Females, Females, Females. In Affections Peculiar to Females. The Extract Buchu In naeotiaUed by any other remedy, as in Chlorosis or Retention. Inegnlarltv. PainfulQC*e.or of Cnstom&ry rvacutUona. Ulcerated or Scirrhous fr'ateoftoet terns, and for all complaints Incident to the sex In toe DECLINE OR CHANGE OF LIFE. And for Enfeebled and Delicate Constitutions of both feezes, attended with the following symptoms; Indisposition to Exertion, Loss of Power, Loss of Memory, Difficulty of Breathing, Weak Nerves, Trembling, Horror of Diseases, Wakefulness, Dimness of Vision. Paiu in the Back, Hot Hands, Flushing in the Body, Dryness of the Skin. Eruptions on the Face, Pallid Countenance, Ynircrsal Lassltiidc or the Mus cular £ygtem« Diseases of these Organs require the aid of a DIU- RETIC. SiELMOOLD’S EXTRACT BUCHU Is tlic Great Diuretic* HELMBOLD’S EXTRACT BUCHU Cures all Diseases arising from Habits of Dissi pation, Excesses and Tmprp drifts in Lift* HELMBOLD’S Highly Concentrated CdEipoimd FlaM Extract Sarsaparilla, Por purl tying the blood, ro moving all dit eases arising from ex cess and imprudendes in life, chronic constitutional diseases arising from an impure dale of the blood, and the only reli able and effectual known remedy for the care of Scrofula, Scald Head, Salt Rheum, Pains and Swellings ol the Bones, Ulcerations of the Throat and Legs. Blotches, Pimples on the Face, Tetter, Erysipelas, and all scaly eruptions or the akin. And Beautifying the Complexion. KOT A FEW Of the worst disorders that afflict mankind arise from tl.e corruption that accumulates in toe blood Of all the discoveries Mint have been made to purge It ont. none can equal in effect HELMHOLD'S COMPOUND EXTRACT OF SAUSaPARILLA. It cleanses and renovates the blood. Instils the vigor ol health into tbs evstcis. and porgei rat the humors w: leb make dis ease. It stimulate the healthy fractions of the body, end expels the disorder* mat grow and rankle In the blood. Bach a remtdy. that could be retied on. has long been sought for. and now. for the first time the Tmblic have one on which they can depend. Oar space icre does not admit certificates to show its effects but the trial ox a single bottle will show to the sick that It has virtue* surpassing anything they have ever a.v^ti Two table spoonrihl of the Extract of Sarsaparilla added to a plot or water. U e-mal to the Llbson Diet Drink, and one bottle t* folly equal to a gallon of the Byrup of fcanaparllla. or the Decoction, as nsual ly made. 'OT THESE EXTRACTS RAVE BERN ADMT r TKD TO I Bt IN THE UNITED STATES aRh y. and are also in very C“neral c«e in all the STATE HOS PITALS and PUBLIC SANITARY INSTITUTIONS throughout the land, a* well u in private practises, and are considered «s invaluable remedies. See Mtdical Properties of Bucku. FEOM DISPELS ATOEI OF THE PUTTED STATES. ece Professor DEWEES* raltublo works on the Practice of Physic. gee remarks made by the "late celebrated Dr, PHYSIC. Philadelphia. See remark* made by Dr. EPHRATM MoDDWELL, a celebrated Physician. and Member of the Royal College of Bnrpeou*-. Ireland, and published in iba transactions of the King and Queen's Journal. fien Wedlco-Chlmrplcal Review. published by BEN JAMIN TiiAVLBS. Fellow of Royal College of Sur geons. * See most of the late Standard 'Works of Mcdfctae. PRICES: Extract Bncba, SI.OO per bottle, or Six for $5.00 ‘ ‘Sarstparilla, SI.OO per bottle, or Six for $5.0 0 Delivered to smr addren securely packed from ob servation. Addim letter* for Information, In confidence, to HEL&SBOLD’S JIEDICAL DEPOT, 104- South Tenth Street, CBelow Chestnuts PHILADELPHIA. beware of counterfeits and UNPRINCIPLED DEALERS, WHO KDCAVOS TO DtoDM ot "their our" MO "other” arUdoa on the reputation attained by EELMBOLD'S preparations, helmbold’6 genuine extract buchu, 1 EELHBOLD’S GENUINE EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA, ! EELMBOLD’S j GENUINE IMPROVED BOSE-WASH. -■by Druggist Everywhere. AS! FOE EELMBOLD’S; TAKE NO OTHER. tar Cot out the advertUemont and Bend ■XoiR and avoid imposition and expos ore. mjK-dKWm Banking anil (Errhange. ADVANCES ON PRODUCE. XJL Tbe undersignedarcprepared,as heretofore, to irnke bdvances or authorize dram againstProdace sUt-l-ed to their correspondent* to tbe principal mar kets In Great Britain. BIDET ft CRAWFORD. St. Peter street. Montreal. Emminc*—Bank of Toronto. Montreal. tnySfrcSSSffin '■PHE MERCHANTS, FARMERS X AND MECHANICS SAVING'S BANK. SZ Clark Street, Chlcas«» Hl* Once hours from 10 A. M, to BP. M. Also. from 5P M. to 8 P.M. Tuesday and Saturday. INCORPORATED IN 1861, Biz per cent. Interest paid on Saving*. XUBZOTOBS AND OFTIOUM. President—S. fl. FLEETWOOD. Vlce-Preat—F C. snrntaz. counsel—Wk. C. Gottdt Vice-Pius't—PJL'YasrF all. Casbier—Snunr Mrxfis soass op zxaaaszsa. J. C. Fargo. J. M. Rountree. M. Lewis. j.lCjonea. T. S. Pnllilps. S. 6. Haves, J.Kcbn. HerJ) J)nnne.VQ,C. 8. Dole, Z.H. Williams, J.G.Glndcle. A. U. Burley. Ed. Hempstead. T. 11. Beebe, W.B. Scales. H. N. Bisuop J) JDJD. A, Gage. Boa. W.B. Ogden. J.H.W. Jones. W. E. Doggctt. se34-u6&4y MERCHANTS’, FARMERS’ & i-U MECHANICS' SAVINGS BANK. This BackwiL loan Honey upon Beal Estate. In aume and upon time to suit. my-fl-elOMw SYDNEY MYERS, Cashier. S. PEABODY & CO., Bankers and. Brokers SO. 8 WAIL SI., SEW YOBS. GRAVEL, Arcimi rs S. Puldodt. Theeos 8. Knapp. (Late Cashier with j. T. Van Vleckj Slocks and Bonds of ill Kinds BongMand Sold on Commission. A supply of Government securities constantly on band &Ld for sale at the current market value. Collections made on all parte of the Doited States, open tc mall or express; also, on the Canadas and British P’Okince*. Refer, in Chicago, to Francis B. Peabody. Esq., No. 4 Portland Block- * A A PEABODY ft CO. New York. May 1.1FC3. my! 9 eGt-gw W.- DREXEL & CO., 42 CLARE STREET, CHICAGO, Receive Deposits, Hake Advances upon Pro duce in Store and Shipments, and transact General Barking Business. Read, Dbezel & Co* Denzel ft Co. New York. tttyOdMMy] Philadelphia. T>ANK OF AMERICA.—PubIic JL> Notice Ik hereby given, that ah Sills or Circulat ing Notes of tbe “BANK OF AISEBICA,” Heretofore Incorporated and doing business lathe city of Chicago, under trie general banking laws of the State of Illinois, most be presented for payment to the Audi tor of Public Accounts of said State, at bis office, in the city of Springfield, within three vears from the date hereof, or tbe funds deposited for the redemption of said notes will be given up to said bank. Dated this 2Cth day of May. A. D.ISSL GEORGE SMITH. President. E. W. WnxißD. Cashier. 3y»Lg2tetoiel-M RANKING OFFICE OP a. A. EIXIS & CO M Cmo*oo, MarchS. 186 S. The undersigned having purchased the stock of the Trader** Bank ofChlcsgo.and succeeded to Its business, have opened an office In tills city, on too Northwest corner of Lake and Clark street*, for the purpose of dotrg; a General Banking and Exchange Business* We wIC pay particular attention to the purchase and sale or Exchange. Cola and Treasury Kates, and wIU hep-leased to act as correspondente or agents for coun try banks and bankers. We win also keep for sale United States Bcvcdub Stamps, oa which wc allow a discount ol four per cent. when oidered 1c amounts of |SM aud upwards, and ol throe per cent, os amounts of SIOO. E.L TTNKTI AM. Cashier. F. COOLBAUGH & CO., BANKERS, CHICAGO. Deposits received. Prompt attention given to the business of com*pendents. W v Coouvaron Cooibattgb ft Redoes, IR-b:sy r.tu Chicago. BcrUrcum. lowa. SnsincßS <Sorl)*. QHT OIL WORKS. SMEDLEY, PECK & 00., OFFICE \O.S BOARD OF TRADE BFILDLVG. Having erected the most extensive L&rdOSestab list iDCLt in the relied States.arepreparvd toaupnlr toetradeorCEicaco-ulthtbmrionßoualtles *f oil. fully equal to toe b&et Cincinnati brands, at lowc»t market rates. JeSc6732w CLAIM OFFICE OF LEAVITT & WRIGHT, (3Cln:k el ect and Randolph street, Chicago. WM ptct-ectoe aid col tet Claims lor Pensions, Bounty and Prize Mon-y, Arrears of Pay. ftc. Appli cants can call at toe office or address by mall. mysi-cea-im QjiLLOWAY & CO., Packers and Provision Dealers, Off.-r fittolr cd Hams at T cents per pound and Rmok*d Shoulder* at Seems per pound. warranted. We have a Ujge amount ol Meats on hand, mostly of our own Extra Sngrar Cored Vams| Shoulders. Dried Ucef, Ac*, Ac., Which wc call attention of dealers generally. Life eral Aiscotu.ts made iron the above nnees on large orders. Packing a* d Smoke Houses. SC. 2M aud 2» Canal street. Principal Office and Salesroom, 190, 193 & 191 S»rrn WATER STREET, Heard of Trade Buildings, Chicago. ZU. P.B.—We pack, render, core, smoke, aid give cen tral nUCLllon to commission in the provision une. Defer to business men generally cl Chicago. toyßß€*B6 aw Q m n. COWAN & CO., 241. LAGS STREET, Win pay toe h'gbest market price for Wool, Hides Pults.Raos. Old Metals, Bees rax and Gxvanro. tpylS-el-AC 2m ATTOBSEYS AST) COUNSELLORS AT LAW, Room fi. Portland Block, southeast corner Dearborn and Washington streets. Ch'cago. P. O. Drawer 5353, GILBEBTC. WALKED. [my2l eiltWlm] B.B.TOOJCIA. GOODRICH & LAWSON, V_A Manufacturer* of Linen Collars and French Yoke Shirt*. 7S Randolph street, ap ttaira, Shirt* and Collars made to order. Collars laundiled at so cents per dozen. iuy7dss9 iw DRS. E. A. ROGUE AND C. F. IVES, DENTISTS. 141 Lake Street, Chicago. Drs. Bogne and Ives are prepared to attend to ah professional calls, both for artificial teeth and for opera* uous upon the natural ones. my7dC&-lm QUTLER, BALL & CO. LIGHTNING BOD DEU.EB9 And Commission Merchants, 93 Klnrle street, Chicago apt*csi*Bw PRUSSING, BEAL ESTATE AGENT, 6 Lftrmon Block. Chicago, Illinois. Loans negotiated on real estate security. jyt-fi&iS-U T>ROYOST MARSHAL GENE JL SAL'S OFFICE, _ Washington. May 22d. 1963, Non3Z.—The attention ol all officer*, wno have been honorably discharged on account of wounds or dleabl ity, and who desire to re enter the service In the Invalid Corps, la called to tne provision of General Orders. No. Its. of 1563. from the War Department, published in the papers throughout the conatry Snch officers are requested to comply promptly with the provisions of that order, and to send their written ap* plications, as therein provided for positions In tno Invalid Corps, (stating the character of thetr diuhlll tv j with as little delay as possible, to the Acting As. Elstant Frovoht Marshal General of the State in which they may be Such Acting Assistant Provost Marshal Central will at once forward the applications, with Ms indorsement, to the Provost Marshal General ah Washington. Oir.ccisforthelnvalid Corps will be appointed lm tredlatelv upon famishing the papers required by Cererai order No. KS.ofiSO. from War Department. Tbelri ar and emoluments will commence from date of acceptance of aneb appointments. and not from date cl organization ol the respective commands to which they maybe aHlgnfd, J. B. FRY. uiyso i-sso-sw Provost Marshal General. PROVOST MARSHAL GENER JL AL*S OF* ICE. Wasbivgtok.D. C„Mar2J. ISC3. AH mm who desire to Join any particular Regiment of Cavalry now In the field, are hereby authorized to present tlienistlvesat anv time datlupths next thirty «la) 6 to the Beard of Enrolment In their respective DltUJda. The Board shall examine them, and deter mine upon their fitness for the service, ard If found to be fit the Provo«t Marshal of the District shall give them transportation tickets to the general reader root, nrthe headquarters of the A A. Provost Marshal Gen eral of the Eute. Assoonas tbeyorescntaiemselvesat tils general rendezvous they shall be duly mustered by a nrnhte'frc and disbursing officer, and i>s*dby.b!<nthe bounty allowed Ly law. J AMES B. FRY, myaeMGlm Provost Marshal General. CELEBRATED SANO AND OTHER COFFEES. The BAKO has been extensively used to this and other countries. and Is highly approved for Us P<ue Flavor, Healthful and Nutritious Qualities. This Coffee compare* favorably wi I.andlabyiaaay preferred to Bto and Java, and Is . Sold at about Half the Price; ground and pot op in Tin Foil in paper la 1 lb. -’ackage*. with labeistbat read— “BILES’ SANO COFFEE.” In the centre of which Is a cut of a lady holding a coffeepot. The labels are red, green, ana blue, and Pie copy-righted. Observe Label as «.ax t'e*a:e potting op au interior article, to reliable the ozktzhe BAKO, ae near as the law permits. It i* packed In white wood boxes of SO lbs; also. In ;;clk in kegs and barrels. Also on hand Miles' Old Government. Java, Maracaibo.St.Domisoo. Bio. Dandelion. and Bte Oofph ks. of superior Quality.in ' In Fell papers sad boxes: similar to Saoo. DealerTwlll r.Jeaee send for Circulars and List ql ’‘rices OrdcTvbymaU or ExpreMpromptly executed. L, F. BOLMAN. 86 Harrison st.. Ne» York, Sole Agent tor the United States, pr Beware ofConnlerfelta. PORTABLE STEAM ENGINES. A We offer at very low prices, a stock of HOARD A SOTS Celebrated Watertown Engines. They are applicable for Mechanics or Farmers, where power or steam are rcQOltite. and the BEST HUT ARE BIASTFiCTTEED. We have the Westers Agency, and orders for the va rloas.elzu will bo promptly filled. WALWORTH, HUBBARD & CO., znyS-c22S-2w SSSLAEB STREET. MIGHT SCAVENGER.—CharIes L v Kunx wIU attend to the cleaning of Vanlts. Priv ies. end the removal of offensive matter of all descrip tions. spoiled meat*, dead animal*. Ail, Ac. Rain water cisterns cleaned and gunned. Particular attention gvea to the removal or stable manure. AU work at eded to with promptness and dispatch, and at boor most soluble. Post office Box it it. nyisaasum “pvß. BOYNTON’S PETROLEUM L/ MeUlic and Hoofing TARNISH, Unronaled for Inou Wobk, Boofino Purposes and for bmp PaiKTINO. LORD A BUITa, jet-cTSHm 23 Lske-st., Wholesale Western Agent*. OTOE AGE ROOMS TO RENT. Cellar mud first fioor. Applx at €l]ifaga tribune. FRIDAY, JUNE 5.1683. Important from New Orleans. SEVERE FIGHTING IN THE REAR OF FORT HUDSON. Emancipation in Louisiana—Cotton and Sugar at New Orleans— The Captnre of Alexandria. The steamships Creole and United Stages arrived in New York on Tuesday from New Orleans, bringing news to tbe 24ih ultimo. We have stirring news from Port Hudson and vicinity, showing that Gen. Banks 1 army Is In Mitsbsippi, and vigorously at work against tbe rebel stronghold. On tbe 21st ult. Geu. Augur’s whole divis ion was er.guged in a nine hour* 1 fight with tbe enemy. The battle-field was Port Hudson Plains, four miles In the rear ol Port Hudson, on the Bayou Sara road. The rebel* had oae brigade of infantry en gaged, besides two batteries and a considera ble force of cavalry. They had ambuscaded at every outlet from .tbe plains. They were finally repulsed with heavy loss, leaving a large number of killed and wounded on the field. A correspondent ot the Em writing from the battle field. May 22, gives thofollowing account of the movement: At lust an attack, which promises to be decisive, It in progress against Port Hudson. Our army has reached the precincts of this famous stronghold, and wou a victory in the first engagement with the rebel garrison. Major Gcu Augur's division ye-terday fought the enemy nine hours, in a region of tae greatest natural advantages for ambuscades, and drove him three miles from bis first po sition, bivouacking at night at the utmost limits of the advance. The field of battle was on Port Hudson Plains. These are two open tracts ot smooth country four miles cast of Port Hudsou. The lower plains urea mile across, each way, lying on each tide of the Bayou Sara road. The upper plains extend for half a mile north and south, and a fourth of a mile in width on the same road. A cross road runs in a north westerly direction from the lower plains to Port Hudson, and another one in a westerly direction from the upper ones. On all sides a denec forest hems iu the two fields. Nature could have given the rebels no better position to ambush and cut off or destroy an army, lliau there Is here. But Gen. Augur has effec tually prevented this disaster by his vigorous movemeuts, and no danger from such a source need now be anticipated. If the enemy flank our forces, they can be ambushed, and made to suffer severely. .;>? The first general engagement with the ene my occurred on Friday.lhc 21st inst. AtC o'clock In the morning, the bivouac station on the Cajon Sura road was broken np, and the troops resumed the march, which was commenced at Baton Rouge at 4 o'clock on the previous day. Major General Augur was in chief command, General Dudley’s brigade beading the column, and General Chapin's coming next in order. AS ISKLISG OF COMING EVENTS. Cuplain Godfrey nnd Captain Yeaton, of the First Louisiana cavalry, were half a mile ahead of the column, with their companies, when, upon reaching the first woods above the lower plains, they met a small force of mounted rebel infantry, with which they had a brisk skirmish. The rebels ambushed the two companies at a bend in ibe road, but re* treated after firing a volley and receiving the fire of the advance guard. No further oppo sition was made to the progrecs of the col umn, until the cavalry reached Redwood cross-road, a short distance below the upper plains. At this point the rebels were drawn up in line of battle. The advance guard fired upon them, when they returned the tire, and then ran precipitately Into the woods. Onr cavalry advanced as far as the upper plains, where the rebel cavalry were seen at the up per cud of the opening. J. A ELLIS ft CO. mS-afr&Sm One section of Battery G, sth United States Artillery, Llont. Rawlcs commanding, was at once sent forward to shell the rebel position. It was posted at a sharp bend in the road, with a dense forest on either side, but an open area to the front as far as the “Plains Store," near which were a dwelling honse nnd some negro shanties. Our artillery had hardly taken position when two shells came plunging down directly in front of the gun. Then commenced a heavy cannonading, which was maintained with great vigor on both sides. Another section of theoth regular artillery was quickly brought forward, and at once opened fire. One section of the 13th New York, and two sections of the 2d Ver mont batteries, were also brought up, and joined in the engagement. The enemy had a favorable position for accurate firing, but their shot and shell did but little harm In pro portion to the advantage they had. TEE SECOND LOUISIANA REGIMENT ENGAGED. ■While our batteries were keeping np an In cessant lire, the 2d Louisiana regiment. Col. Paine, was sent out through the woods to fi&nk the rebel battery on the right. But after going three-quarters of a mile through the woous they suddenly came upon a force of rebels, who were waiting their approach, closely concealed in the dense thicket. They were not seen until they tired a volley, which killed two men and wounded Lieut. Colonel Everett and two privates. The men gallantly stood their ground aud calmly returned the fire. Two companies were quickly deployed as skirmishers and scut on lu advance. The rebels were disconcerted by the shower of bullets which flew among them, and com menced to retreat. They were followed up, and the skirmishers succeeded in flanking the battery, which immediately limbered to the rear. THE SOrn MASSACHUSETTS TO THEBESCUE. TiieSOth Massachusetts regiment, CoL W. W. Bullech, which had the right of Gen, Dud ley’s brigade, deployed four companies as skirmishers, under the command of Mujor H. O. Whiltcmore. They deployed both to the right and left of the road. On the right the skirmishers were covered by cavalry. They were the first of the infantry to discover the enemy in ambush near the Plains Store, and remained by the bend in the road, with our batteries supposing them, while the 2d Louis iana were tiying to flank the rebel position. The light was ended as soon as the 2d Louis iana skirmishers flanked the rebel battery. The rebels, with their artillery and support ing force, retreated for about half a mile far ther up the road, and our troops advanced to the position jn*t abandoned by them. Upon reaching the Plains Store, detach ments of the Illinois cavalry were sent out towards the Clinton road to look ont for any flanking force the rebels might have in that direction. They found about one hundred and flfly infantry and cavairy lying in ambush, and made a charge upon them, discharging their carbines and revolvers so rapidly that the rebels had to retreat without time to give a full volley in return. Several of the enemy were killed, but our cavalry had no further casualties than the loss of two horses. EMANCIPATION IN LOUISIANA. On the 12th ultimo, General Shcpley, Mili tary Governor of Louisiana, Issued an order demoting Inoperative the State law prohibit ing the emancipation of slaves, on the ground that such law has never been sanctioned by the military authorities, and is inconsistent with the principles which control the policy of the Government AH persons hereafter shall have the right to emancipate their slaves on petition to any court of record, and any per son held as a slave, and being legally entitled to freedom, may bring a suit for his or her freedom, in any court of record, against the person claiming or holding him or her as a slave. COTTON, SUGAR, ETC., AT NEW ORLEANS. The arrivals of cotton at New Orleans, from the Opelousas country, liberated by General Banks’ advance, continue to increase. * For the week ending May 22, the receipts were 2,492 bales, making the stock on hand and on shipboard, at that time, S,SIC bales. The re ceipts of sugar and molasses arc also increas ing, amounting during the week ending on the 22d ult., to 820 hogsheads of sugar aod 2,00G barrels of molasaes. New crop of sugar is selling at 7sr cents for common, and 909W cents for lair. THE CAPTURE OP ALEXANDRIA —INCIDENTS. Our New Orleans files furnish us full par* ticulais of the capture of Alexandria, on the Bed River, by Admiral Porter, aud its subse quent occupation, May Ctb, by General Banks. No opposition was offered to the occnpation of the town, the authorities tilling in at once with the orders, of onr commanders. In ad vancing from Opelousas, General Bauks’s forces discovered, at all points, large quanti ties of cotton, which the enemy, in their flight, had not been able to remove or destroy. Large quantities of sugar and molasses also fell into onr possession. During the march, Gen. Dwight’s scoots captured one of the murderers of his brother, Captain Howard Dwight, aud he was immedi ately shut. Gen. Dwight also arrested anum ber of citizens living near the scene of the murder, in compliance with Gen. Banks’ or der on the subject. A corespondent of the New Orleans Era says, of Alexandria: “A day or so ago, soldiers and citizens, men and women, and negroes, great and small, were attracted to the main street (fronting the river) by the enlivening strains of‘Yankee Doodle.’ The citizens were startled—thun derstruck. For two years aud more theirears had been assailed with insurrectionary songs and airs—for two years past it would have been suicide to have snug Yankee Doodle on the street. They hod almost forgotten it. Bat at last they comprehended, and more forcibly than the sight of regiments of soldiers Lad succeeded in making them understand, lliat they were under the wings of the Ameri can eagle once more, aud the good old na tional airs were once again their own. Hen rubbed their hands aud looked pleased, and then gave a quick glance around to see if their neighbors were watching them, bat linding nioßt of them doing the same, looked pleased again. The ladies smiled, and seemed to be tony as the band moved out of hearing. As for the negroes, they shouted and laughed iu great glee. **The rebels lliat werclefc between this and Opelousas are scattered In all directions, and all regimental organization is destroyed. Wo captured some few as we advanced, bnt our soldiers could not get within capturing dis tance of many. The command of Col. Grierson started on the morning of the 13th, for the purpose of seveiing the railroad and telegraphic commu nication between Port Hudson and Clinton. ■When a little way above the plains, they came upon the rebel cavalry and drove them in be fore them. Arriving near the railroad, about a hun dred head ol cattle and a rebel camp, tents pitched, were di-covered, the.whole under a strong guard. ‘Charge!’ was the order, aud in about five minutes several of the enemy THE FIELD OF BATTLE. A FORWARD MOVEMENT. A WARM ENGAGEMENT. bit the dast; others were wounded, the tents were burned up, and a battalion, under Capt. Fierce, was on its way to the railroad. When they reached it the men demount ed, tore up the rails, which were of flat iron, tore up the sleepers, and burned both for about three hundred yards. The telegraph wires were cut for some distance, and then tie cavalry retired. No trestle-work or bridge was near the point, or they would have been destroyed. As it is, it Mill take some time to repair the damage. A force ol nine hundred infantry, two hundred of flying artillery and a regiment of cavalry, was formed against Col. Grierson’s command, but os General Dudley did not ad vance, the infantry above the plains, three mUcs below, he did not engage the enemy. From deserters and prisoners it was found that there was a considerable force at Clinton. Letters were found which made it certain, both that the rebels had made some prepara tione, for cvnacuating the fortifications, and, also, that they had massed troops near Clin ton.” COL. DAVIS’ TEXAS CAVALRY AT WORK. The exploits of Col. Grierson, in Missis sippi, have been rivalled by those of Colonel Davis and his Texan riders. The New Orleans £ta says that the Ist Texas cavalry have re cently made a dash along the line or the Jack son Railroad, resulting in the destruction of much valuable property, and the dispersion of the various guerilla parties infesting the coun try, The cavalry left the Amite River on the l-hhult,aud made for Tickiiw Station, on the Jackson Railroad, where they broke up the bridge* on the road, and then rallied to a body of infantry undertook Clark, of the Cth Michigan regiment atvonchatoula, A large quantity of com, cotton, lumber and bacon fell into the hands of. the Federals. Four schooners were captured and destroyed on the • Amite River, and also a very large amount of contraband property. ARREST OP GOV. MOUTON. This well known gentleman was arrested by order of the Provost Marshal General ou the 2d iupt. The.ex-Govemor wasarresled at his home, near Vermlllionville, about one* o’clock in the afternoon. He expressed some surprise, but made no resistance. Governor 'ilouton was, apparently, unaware of uny dan ger of molestation, as he was at home sur rounded by bis family and negroes, apparent ly unconscious of the fust that he had ever counseled and plotted treason against his Government. He was given n reasonable time In which to make bis preparation for leaving home, when the Provost Marshal brought him to the city. One servant was permitted to accompany him to this place. Next to the capture ol Thomas O. Moore, the itinerant Governor of this Slate, that of Alexander Monton is probably the most im portant that could have been made. He has been a conspicuous counsellor of treason for a number of years. Pardon ol a Slave Trader. [From the N. Y. Independent.] The papers inform us that the President of the United States has granted an uncon* dit ion pardon to Albert Horn, who was under* going a sentence of imprisonment for lire 3 ears, on conviction ot being engaged in the slave trade. The pardon was read to him In the New York jail on Saturday. The Evening Jbst says: “The wife of the pardoned man was present, having been allowed to remain with him con stantly for a long time past. She kissed the Marshal's hand this morning, and her demon* strationsof joy were extreme. The Marshal was much affected. Horn, is in the last stages of consumption. His release may have the effect, however, of prolonging Ids exist ence.” "We arc reminded of the case of Rer. Charles T. Torrcv, who died about twenty years ago in the Maryland penitentiary, where ho was einteuccd for the crime of helping a man to escape from slavery. Air. T. was a Congrega tional clergyman of Massachusetts, having been the respected pastor of churches in Sa lem and Providence, until he felt it his duty to sacrifice his position and prospects for the purpose of aiding the emancipation of the slaves. He was defended on his trial by Hon. Reverdy Johnson, but was convicted and sen tenced, and his sentence was carried Into effect with the utmost rigor, cxcludlngevcry possible alleviation. His health soon filled inconse qu»nee, and when It became evident that con* stmptionhadseizedonhim, and that be must soon die at any rate, the most strenuous efforts made by his friends, by his affectionate wife, and her lather—the venerable Dr. Jacob Xde, one of the most excellent clergymen in Massachusetts—supported by the most ear nest letters of Gov, Briggs, and other emi nent public men of the same party, were ut terly ineffectual to move the heart of Gov. Pratt, afterwards U. S. Senator, to pardon him. that he might die In the bosom of his family, or even to allow Mrs. T. or any other friend to atteud upon his sick-bed, to ‘soothe his passage to the grave. And so he died in the prison hospital, without a friend present to receive his last farewell, or to close his eyes in death. Such is the contrast of civil ization and barbarism, in the treatment of correlate acts—one to enslave the free, the other to free the enslaved. JjMRST OF JUNE. WESTERN KNIFE CO. Johnson, Spencer&Oo,,Proprietors, 44 LAKE STREET, CHICAGO, Manufacturers and Importers of nil descriptions of Cutlery. Files Spoons. Prised-Ware. Fancy Hard* ware, nud l!anl«aro Notions. Uutbeltt ofJune we sunlt open iitoimamoiuvVOt this class of Roods now held by any o>e house, not n.crely in Chicago, bm In the United States, on which we shall otter even more tuan our usual inducements. The st'entlon of Jobbers and Heavy Buyers U partic ularly ltm;ed to oar stock. WESTERN ARMS CO., Manufactory. 39tb Street. New York. Office and Sample Room, 80 John Street, New York. 44 Lake Street, Chicago. JOHNSON, SPENCER &. CO., Proprietors, Manufacturers of Revolvers. Pistols and Fire Amu. On the Ist of June we shall open our Season's S»ck of Sporting Goods. comprising overUCW Koglish, Frenchann German, Single anti Double, Twist and Laminated Steel SHOT GUNS. One Thousand Two Hundred cheap Single and Double ditto, and a large stock of Bides, which we offer at WHOLESALE EXCLUSIVELY At a very small advance on our old rates. Wehavean Immense stock of Sporting Gaods.such as Powder Flasks. Shot Pouches and Belts. Pistol Mol'ters. Dram Flasks. Dog Calls and Dog Whip*. Fishing Tackle of ell kinds. American and French O. D. Cox’s, and Eleys Waterproof Caps end Wads. A very fun assortment of Gunsmith's Materials. my2Q- cs4r-7tcod2tnew DYE COLORS. Click, light Green, Light Brah, Sark Brown, Pint, Yellow, SnnlT Brown, Purple, Orange, Light Brown, Crimson, Magenta, Bark Bine, Salmon, Eolferlno, Light Bine, Starlet, French Bine, Bark Green, Barkßrah, Itojal Purple, Violet. A SAVING OF 80 PER CENT. For Dyeing Silk, Woden and Mixed Goods.Shawls. Scarfs. Drerees. Ribbons. Gloves. Bonnets, Hats. Feathers, Kid Gloves. Children's Clothing, and all kinds of Wearing Apparel, with perfect fast colors. Full directions Inside cash package. Especially for Family TJse. Manufactured by HOWE * STEVENS. S3 Broadway Boston. PrtceoerpackageSSaudlScents. For sale by Druggists and Dealers In every city and town. Wholesale Dealers and the Trade snpolledat manu facturer's prici-s. by LOUD & SMITH, Wholesale Drug gista. Chicago.lll. mys-dI9Q-lm TUST RECEIVED ! JUST RE- U CEIVEDI—A fresh supply of HELMBOLD’S EXTRACT BCCHD, TJIE GREAT DIURETIC. Helmbold’s Extract Sarsaparilla, THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER. Helmbold’s Improved Boss Wash. FOR SALE BY LORD & SMITH. Wholesale Druggists, 23 Lake street, Chicago. Illinois. Je4 7141Ct TT'TE AND EAR.—Dr. Underwood _t_i Oeollst and Anrlst,Operative Surgeon for Blind ness. Deataees. and all diseases of the Eye and Ear. Office and Surgery. 124 Eandolplx Street, Chicago, HL Artificial Eyes at d Ear Drums Inserted. Je3-e671-lm RAVES & IRVINE, 18 Lake VjT street. Invite the attention of Ladles, both In town and country, to their stock of DKESS TRIMMINGS, Dress Combs and Fans, COLLAES AND COLLAEETXE TIES, Elizabethan Cravats, Hosiery, Gloves. Corsets, Euu-Umbrellas. Parasols. ftth, 4 c. To which fresh additions are being made dallv. and wllch will compare favorabiy In price with any In the city. 7SIAKB STREET. Je4 eTST-lw HTHROAT AND LUNG DIS- I EASES.—The unusual good success of the local application of remedial agents through my lusuffla- Hot. Tube, and roy reputation as an experienced phy ilcian wi»l secure a sure and quick cure even lo In veterate fas'*. I». SEQSITZ. M.D., 835 Broadway comer oi JSth street, N. Y Patients abroad should give a toll description of their diseases. mh* aisi-sm w-ra* TM7TTER, BUTTER, BUTTER JL> We are In wart of _ butter. Parties shipping tong will be guaranteed toe highest prior. Quick role, and mySdSlSdw 219 Sooth Water Btr ttHEEP.—I have for sale five bun kJ dred Sheep. on my farm, near Wo. McGrewX “T**® HJ Ue * aomnwest of the Railroad Station at -C.WAI.TKa. K(JO BAGS COFFEE.—Rio, Mar- Ktt4iur , Sl?tr ,Co ''‘ El0 *- ,m ’- PAjiSOR PITKIN * BAKKBT. South Waters Justtranct. QHARTER PERPETUAL. PHCENIX Insurance Company OP HARTFORD, CORN. Cash Capital, $400,000, Devoted to Fire Insurance Exclusively, and its aim vDI be to secure a continuance of public confidence by a prompt and honorable adjustment of all Fair Claims for Loss. DIRECTORS: Simeon L. Loomis, John A. Butler, CbeMcr Adam*. Wm. D. Ship can, Daniel P. Crosby, ElUha T. Smith, Marshall Jewell. George W. Mooro, Joseph Menlman, Cbas. U. North am, Cbas. M, Beach. Thos Belknap Franklin Chamberlin,NT. C. B. Erwlo, N. Britain Dan. H. Arnold, do. Harvey Jewell, Boston! SIMEON L. LOOMIB, President.. HENRY KELLOGG, Secretary. Western General Agency, 33 West Third Street, Cincinnati. B.H.&EM. HA GILL, General Agents. Abstract of Losses paid In the Western and Southern “ <UnE “Well Tried Corporation: Ohjp *41243 6(1 Kentucky *3181071 Indiana 41.f77.19 Tennessee 45*3190 IlUtOls 95.87172 11 Igalssippl....... 20.831.53 Michigan 44.M0.47 Missouri.. 37.002 19 lowa sa.uoi.os Albania 53555 Wisconsin C 0339.01 Arkansas 22.83343 Minnesota 9,824.10 Texas 8,93198 Kansas 9,703.83 Nebraska 1,167.00 Daly Commissioned Agents In all the cltlos and towns. HUBBARD & HUNT, Agents, lei-c743-10t CHICAGrO, CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, Of* Hartford, Coiin. ACCnirUTED CAPITAL Fell. 1, 1803, Over Five Millions. PURELY MUTUAL. Dividends declared Annually and Paid during the Life of the Assured. Reserved for 1863 Dividend, £SO PER CENT. JAMES GOODWIN. President. 7. PPH-TON, Vice President. OUT R. PHKLP3. Secretary. E. K. HUNT, Physician. DIBECTOKB; JAMES GOODWIN. N. M. WATERMAN, ZEPHAMaR PRESTON. FDW. W. PARSONS. JOHN C. PALMER, GUY B PRBLPS. MASON GROSS. GKO S. GILMAff, E.B. OIIAS.DKN'JIS Jr.. N. T. E.D.TIeTANi’, C.L.TUaYEB. Boston. $5,008,849,50 Accumulated Capital Wltbont Including ”Accrued Interest.” ‘Deferred Premiums," •• Accruing Unpaid Premiums,” “Pre miums Due and Unpaid on Policies In force,” or any other contingent or illegitimate Item, to swell the amount of tho Assets. About 1,000 of the Citizens of Chicago are Insured in this Company. L. D. OLMSTED & CO., AGENTS, Cor. Lake and Lasallc Streets; m?si-efi37-lw jyjTLLER & WTLLMARTII, FIRE, 3I.VKDE ATO RIFE INSURANCE AGENTS. Office, No. 150 South Water St., BOLE’S EUILDIHO, CHICAGO, ILL. I. L. MILLER. HOME INSUHAHCE COMPANY, OF NEW YORK. PEOVIDERCE WASHINGTON IRS. CO. Of Providence,lLL, Chartered 1799. AECTIC FIRE INSURANCE CO., OF KKW TORK. CITIZENS’ FIRE INSURANCE CO., OF NEW YORK. GERMANIA FIRE INSURANCE CO., OF NEW YORK. ADRIATIC FIRE INSURANCE C 0„ OF NEW YORK, " HAMPDEN FIRE INSURANCE CO., OF SPRINGFIELD MASS. MANHATTAN LIFE INSURANCE CO., OF NEW YORK, tw No Choree for Stomp* on Policies. jalMCit6.lv JfUOmnal, ik' DR. SWEET’S Infallible Liniment, THE CHEAT EXTERNAL BETTED?, FOP. RHEUMATISM. GOUT. NEURALGIA, LUM BAOO, STIFF NECK AND JOINTS, SPRAINS. BRI’ISKS. CUTS AND WOUNDS. PILES. HEADACHE. AND ALL RHEUMATIC AND NERVOUS DISORDERS. For an of which It l* a speedy and certain remedy and never fails. This Liniment is prepared from tbs recipe of Dr. Stephen Sweet, or Connecticut, the famous hone setter, and has been used In his practice for more than twenty years with the most astonishing success. AS AN ALLEVIATOR OF PAIN. It Is unrivalled by any preparation before the public, of which the most skeptical may be convinced by a single trial. This Liniment will cure rapidly and radically. Rheu matic Disorders of every kind, and in thousands of cases where it has been used It has never been known to fall. FOR NEURALGIA. It win afford Immediate relief in every case, however distressing. It will relieve the worst cases of HEADACHE in three minutes, and Is warranted to do it. TOOTHACHE also will It core Instantly. FOB NERVOUS DEBILITY ANDfGttNERAL LAS SITUDE. arising from imprndecsfe or excess, this liniment Is a most hapay and unfailing remedy. Act ing directly upon the nervous tissues. It strengthens and revivifies the system, and restores It to elasticity and vigor. FOR PILES.—As an external remedy, wo claim that It Is the best known, and we challenge the world to produce an equal. Every victim of this distressing complaint should give It a trial, lor It will not fall to afford Immediate relief, and In a majority of cases will effect a radical cure. QUINSY AND SOKE THROAT are sometimes ex tremely malignant and dangerous, but a timely appli cation of thh> Liniment wilt sever foil to cure. SPRAINS are sometimes very obstinate, and enlarge ment of the joints Is liable to occur If neglected. The worst case may be conquered by this Llnuneut In two or three days. bruises; cuts, wounds, sores, ulcers. BURNS AND SCALDS, yield readily to the wonder ful healing properties or Da. Swsrr’s Intalmbiji T.IVTSOtKT, when used according to directions. Also. CMILBLAiNS. FROSTED FEET. AND INBECIJ BITES AND STINGS. Every Horse Owner Shonld have this remedy at hand. rorltsUmelvnssat the first appearance of Lameness will effectually pre vent those formidable diseases, to which all horses are liable, and which render so many otherwise valuable horses nearly worthless. Over four hundred volantary testimonials to the wonderful curative properties of tills Liniment have been received within the last two years, and many ot them from persons in the highest ranks ot life. CAUTION. To avoid imposition, observe the Signature and Like ness of Dr. Stephen Sweet on every label, and also “Stephen Sweet a Infallible Liniment" blown In the glass of each bottle, without which none are genuine. RICHARDSON ft CO„ Sole Proprietors. Norwich. Ct. For sale by LORD & SMITH. General Western Agents. 23 Lake street, Chicago, stud by dealers everywhere. feSC-atos eow-ly Rtmooal. TJEMOVAIj. Xl CHARLES COSISTOCK, Agent of tbo Salt Company of Onondagua, has re moved bis office to 123 South Water street. Onondagua Salt ot all kinds for sale by cargo and to ots to amt purchasers. my! 2 dSll Ira TO SHIPPERS.—AII Freight going South of Cairo, must be accompanied with duplicate Invoices, with prices, (to obtain per mits) one to be filed with the Surveyor of the Port, and the other to be attached to the bill of lading, and accompanying the goods. No goods will bd received for shipment unless the above Is complied with. ABLE & CO., Transfer Agents Illinois Central R. R.. Cairo. Root. Fobsttp. Geo. Weefn Agt. my2o-elQSlia TUST RECEIVED.—A fresh snp tf piyor field glasses. KO JYLIN ft MOSLWAIN. 57K Clark fiL. opposite the Sherman House. cyS-dset-im fflisallantans. ATS, CAPS AND • Straw Goods AT WHOLESALE. E. P. L. BROOM, (SUCCESSOR TO E. E. KELLOGG £ CO.) SO m m LAKE STREET. • ■ SO I have now on hand, and am dally receiving, a Urge and well selected stock ol HATS, CAPS, STRAW GOODS SHAKER HOODS, &c., suitable fbr 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 In HATS, CAPS, &0., 50 LAKE ST m CHICAGO [mt-aTSS-Sml "VTEW GOODS.—We are receiving a large and choice assortment ox DRESS GOODS mall the late styles, and la every variety of material. Wc are enabled to offer our entire stock of DRESS GOODS at a decline of hilly 20 per cent, from Nlarcli Prices. We have also In stock, CLOTH AND SILK SICQDES, AND MANTLES, And MaterialsfortheSame, In great variety. We are selling SniRTOCS, SHEETINGS, USES DAMASKS, qrais, prists, GixGimis, &(., &c., ✓ Also at a GREAT DECLINE IN' PRICES. 153 Jfc 155 TAKE STREET, w. n. wood. myO-dCTMw SUGAR WAEEHOOSE, Corner of State and South Water streets. AGENCY OF TUBES New York Sugar Refineries, Which manufacture 60,000,000 lbs. Eaw Sugar a Tear, Having their Depot in Chicago, with a large stock In store at all times. To toe dealers, large and small, and consumers ol the Northwest, the advantage U of fered of baying Sugar as they want. AT NEW TORE PRICES, with the height added, thereby dispensing with the middle men. who seek a profit at the expense of the consumers. “Money Saved is Money Earned.” Dealers in the interior, who have not received any circulars, will hereafter have themscatlf they will fur slab me with their address. ; TERMS CASH. j. u. Biimm. ap4-csT>£ra H. REED & CO., IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF DRUGS & CHEMICALS, 146 LAKE ST., CHICAGO. Also, deal largely la PAINTS, OILS, WINDOW GLASS, GLASS W ARE, Burning Oils, Kerosene, SOAP-MAKER’S STOCK, Manufacturers’ Goods, &c., &c., Which we offer at prices favorable to Western Mer chants and Mannlactnrers. J. H. REED. 171 Pearl street. N. Y. mhl2b!2Wm H. A, IIURLBUT. Chicago. PIANOS. PIANOS. PIANOS. Melodeons & Harmoniums Melodeons & Harmoniums Melodeons & Harmoniums -A-T A. SEED’S NEW WAEEEOOMS, 88 and 80 Bandolpli-st., Chicago. Our stock challenges competition. mySl eOb-lwls JJIANOS. —A variety of 7-botave PIANOS AND MELODEONS. Two second hand Pianos. Repalrlr>j£andtaning. Rob* wood Veneers, for sale at 116 South Dearborn street, ou the secoi d floor, by J. PRESTON. Poet Office BoxlHO mj‘J7 o»»aw 'J'O RENT—New and second-hand PIANOS. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OP PIANOS AND MELODEONS, at wholesale andxetaU. Orders from a distance promp ly attended to JULIUS BAUER & CO., mhlT-b2S6-Sm 93 South Clark street. ARDESCO OIL CO., Pittsburgh, Pa. SCANTTACrtTKES EEFffIED CARBON OIL, Benzine, &o- Warehouse, Ko. 102 South Water st, CHICAGO, ILL. F. E. PORTER, Agent myg-fies-lm ESTABLISHED 1 YOO PETER IORTLIARI), Snuff and Tobacco Manufacturer, i ’ 1C & 18 CBAITBEBSST. (Formerly 42 Chambers street, NewYorkJ Would call the attention of Dealers to tht articles of his manufacture, vlr^ BROWN SNUFF. Macaboy. Demlgro*. / line Rappee. Pure Virginia Coarse Rappee, Natcultoihes. American Gentleman. Copenhagen, IEUOW SNUFF* 1 Toast Bcotci? oney K^^nS ? Dew'icotch. Irish High Toast. Fresh Scotch or Lundyfoot, \ tar Attention is called to the large rednctfia to prices of Fine-cut Chewing and Smoking Tobkcca, which will be found of a bupxkiob quality. TOBACCO. BXOKXKO. nils CUT CHBWZHO. SXOE3JO, ijODg, F. A. L.. or Plata. S.Jago No l Cavendish or Sweet, Spanish V 0 9. Sweet Scented Oronoco. Canister, Nos. Ift 2 mix- Tin Foil Cavendish, Tufelsh. Ed Granulated. | jf B.—A circular of price* win be sent on apfliev y oo# mh26-b6343ci DATCHELOR’S HAIR DIE. O The beat In the world, \ wrr.T.TflM A BATCHELORS^ gfiffijssasSMa? — ortai d r qeET, BED, OB EHSTY HAIB \ mitSEtly tuna a iplendld Blade or Brown, leartog ui oi KAA hlf. chests teas.—a OvJ\/toll assortment o *new crop Greens and Bracks, embracing all grade# of Young arson. Hyson SWnTGunpowder. Imperial. Twaakay, Oolong. fte. anivlßg and KgjfcSj&a ft HANKBY. rat»w>o.« 71 south Water street. OKH HHDS. NEW ORLEANS; Z(t)v rttgaßS.—common to choice in store tad < OCMltbr PABiOED.PITKIN ft HARKBT. loitowsterstr I, 1 BailroaH an) Steamboat Ctna. IVTORTHERN TRANSPORTA -i-' TION COMPAN V.—For Oedensbargh. touching at Milwaukee. Glen Arbor. Mackinac. Detroit, Oswe po. Cote Vlun-nt and Sacketts Harbor. The new and flrscdaps-crew steamer CITY OF BOSTON, John Caldwell, Master, WUX leave as above on FRIDAY. Jane sth. at 6 p clock, p. M. Passengers ticketed through to Clere land, Buffalo. New York. Boston, Lowell, Lawrence, Concord Monfr» al, Quebec. Portland andlntsrmedlate points. For freight or passage apply to N. J. HOWB, Acent. foot ot North Lasade street or JOHN H. GREEN.General Western Passenger Agent, 15 North Wells street. JoKsHl-at QUNARD LINE. Steam to Queenstown and Liverpool. The first class powerful Steamships SiiiON, KKiirVH, mBATHON, TBIPOU, Will sail from Now York every alterna'e Wednesday, horn Llvi rpool every alternate Tuesday, and from Qneenrtown every alternate Wednesday. Steerage Parsacs trom Liverpool to Queon?town, from New York payable In Gold or Its equiva lent la Currency. For Ptcerage Passage apply to WILLIAMS & Q 010 N 40 Fulton 6treet.NewYork.or EENRV GRjEENEBiVN, General Passage Agency comer of Lake and LwaHe street. Chicago. my29-eiSs-3ta pEOPLE’S LINE OF NEW. STEAMERS. For Buffalo and' all Way Ports Will leave Dock, foot of North Lasallo EVERY EVENING, at 7 O’CLOCK, (BTODAT EXCEPTED.) FOR BUFFALO And all Intermediate Ports. These Boats are NEW AND SUPERBLY FINISHED ana have all the modern accommodations forPassen ge ”' L. BGADLET, Ticket Agent. Office N0.2 North Wells at. Post Office Box 4738. myffl-eai 4w Buffalo, Cleveland AND 1863 Chicago Line. 1863 For tbe ensuing season of navigation, the steamers of this lire will ran In connection, and on alternate days, with those of tbe Western Transportation Company SETWZZ2C CHICAGO AND BUFFALO. FORMING A DAILY LINTS (Sundays excepted» for the transportation of Freight and Passengers. Banning In connection, at Buffalo, with tbe New York Central Bailroad, Spauld ing's Express, Union Express; The W* STEEL' TRANBPOETATIO V COMPANY and Troy and Erie Lines of Canal Boats, on tbe Krie At Cleveland, with CLEVELAND * AND PITTSBURGH RAILROAD. The steamers composing this line are of tbe largest size, and of great strength and speed, with superior ancon moduilone for PaMcngera. With these unequalled faculties the line Uprepared to contract to transport property from New York, Bos ton, Albany. Troy and all the principal points on tne line of the New York Central Railroad and the Brie Canal, to the ports on the West Snore of Lake Michi gan : and from those porta to Cleveland, Buffalo, and allpcints East. For rates of freight and passage apply to JOHN H. MORE, Agent N. Y. C. Railroad, No. 339 Broadway. N. Y, HUGH ALLEN, Agent Western Transportation Co„ No. 1 Coentle* Slip, N, Y, M. B. SPAULDING. Spanldlng’s Express, No. 3 As tor House. N. Y. J. 11. WZLGtrs is CO., Proprletors'of Union Express and Agents Troy * Erie Line, No 207 Broadway, and No. 11 Coeatles Sln-N. Y. BOND & MORRIS. Cleveland. Ohio. WM. 81 SWART. Agent C. & P. R. B..Pltt3burg, Pa. BICH3IOND Ac HANCOCK, Afct*., Office foot of State street, Chicago. SHELDON PEASE, IffanaglngAgt., OCce foot orMlChigao street. Buffalo. A. A. SAMPLE, spS-cS4T-4m Passenger Ag<mt. 1863. Western Transportation Company AND WESTERN EXPRESS, THE WESTERN TRANSPORTATION COMPANY have made arrangements to run thrir Lake Steam Propellers on alternate days with those of tue NEW YORK CE^TBAI AND MICHIGAN CENTRAL RAILROADS, —ALSO— THE WESTJBSiY EXPRESS, Running over the Now York Central Railroad to Bat falo, and com ectloc with the various Rail roads run ning Went, and the different Liana of Propellers on the Upper and Lower Lakes. For bills of lading and contracts via Canal or Rail road, apply to the following agents: HUGH ALLEN, No. 1 Canties Slip. New York. EVERETT CLAPP. No 1 CmntleaStlp. New York. AUG. COl SEN. No. i CmnUesS.io. New York. S. G. CHASE, 113 Pier. Albany, N. Y. S. G. CHASE, m Riser street. Trov. N. Y. J.L HURD* co„ Hard's Dock.Detroit. Mich. E. A. BUCK. Green Bay. Wia. J. .1. TALLMADGE.iI. AP.D.C. 8.8 Dock. Mil waukee. Win. WESTERN TRANSPORTATION CO-.BatMo, COX BIOXBK9. JNO. REAM & CO..Erie. Pa. BOND ft MORRIS, Cleveland. Ohio. HOPKINS & GRIFFITH. Toledo. Ohio, W. F. DlLL.Satdusky. Ohio. A. P. DUTTON, Racine. WU. RENOSHA PIE R COMPANY, Kenosha. WU, W.U. WRIGHT ft CO., Waukegan. UL J. F. KIRKLAND. Sheboygan, wia. J. W. TUTTLE. General Western Agent. No. 2 State street. Chicago. my23-e2i}t-8m IS6S. THEE XS63. PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL R. R. 835 miloa DAtihla Trnolr. In order to keep pace with the demands uf the travel- Is? public, the managers of this popular roue have added many Improvements daring the year Isia, and with Us connections. It will be found tn all respects A FIRST CLASS BOu iil to all the Eastern cldcs. The trackUatone baßastcd. and entirely free from dost, THREE DAILY TRAINS FROM PITTSBURGH TO PHILADELPHIA (with close connections from Western Cities.) All connecting direct to New York. THROUGH putt. ADELFHIA, and close connections at Hamsbnrs foi BALTIMORE AND WASHINGTON From Pittsburgh to New York, one train runs daily (430 miles.) via Allentown, without change of can. ar riving in advance of all other routes. SEVEN DAILY TRAINS FROM PHIL ADELPHTA TO NEW YORK. Tickets for sale to Boston by boat or ran. Boat Tie. ketsgoodonany oftheeouna lines. Fare to all points as low as any route. tr “ M *° Baggage checked through and transferred freew FHEIGHTS. By this Route Freights of all descriptions can he for warded to and from Philadelphia. New York, Boston, or Baltimore, to and from any point ou the Railroad* of Ohio. Kentucky. Indiana. HUnolf. Wisconsin. lowa, or Missouri BTiuiLßOAUsmtor. The Pennsylvania Central Railroad also connects at Pittsburgh with Steamers, by which Good* can be for warded to any port on the Ohio, Muskingum Ken tacky, Tennessee, Cumberland. Illinois, Mississippi Wisconsin. Missouri, Kansas. Arkansas and Red Rivera, and at Cleveland, Sandusky and Chicago with Steam trs to all Forts on the North-Western Lakes. Merchants and Shippers entrusting the transports tlon of their Freight to this Company, rar| rely with confidence on Its speedy transit. THE RATES OF fT&IGBT to and from any point In the West by the Pennsylvania Central Railroad AT ALLTdiS AS FATOHAUIX ABA&S CBASQXD BT OTB SBJUTLBOAI) COSPABItS. gzr BcpartictUarandmark packages "vx*. Pass's CENTRAL B. r.” For might Contracts or Shipping Directions appls to or address either of the following Ageuts or the Company: IJ. A. STEWART. Freight Agent, Pittsburgh. CLARKE * CO.. Transfer Agents. Pittsburgh. H. W. FROWN A CO., ClnduuatL Ohio. R. C. MKLDRUM A CO.. Madison. Trrt'ik-ia J. E. MOORE. Louisville, Ky. W. w. AIRMAN & CO.. Evansville. Tn l *- R.F.SASS. St. Louis, Mo. CLARKE & CO., Chicago, minols. J.H. McCOLM. Portsmouth, Ohio. McNEELY & MONTGOMERY, MayesvlUe. Ky. W.H.& K. L. LANGLEY, QalUpollS. Ohio. • H. 8. PIERCE. A CO., Zanesville. Ohio. N.H. HUDSON. Ripley. Ohio. B. C. MKLDRUM. General Traveling Agent for the South and West. STOCK. LIVE * Drovers end Farmers wfllnnd this the meat adv*» sgeous route for Live Stock. Capacious Yanis well Watered and supplied with every convenience have Pees opened ou this line and Its connections and every attention is paid to their wants. From Harrisburg where will bo found every convenience for feeding and resting, a choice la offered of the pfttt.atykt.pwta NEW YORK and BALTIMORE MARKETS. Thiswllj also be found the shortest, quickest and most direct rente for Stock to New York— [via AUeatowul—and With fewer changes than any other. ENOCH LEWIS. Gen*l Snp't. Altoona, Pa. 1. L. HOUPT. GenT Ticket-Agent. Philadelphia. E. H. HOUSTON. CfcnT&TCght Agent. PhUadelphla. jaJ-yriS-iy 'J'HE NORTHERN Transportation Company OF OHIO. ZB PEZPA3SD TO IRAJrSPOBT PBOPXBTTBirrWKa BOSTON, ALL POINTS EH NEW ENGLAND, HEW YOBS AND THE WEST, WITH PROMPTNESS. CARE AND DISPATCH. This well known line of fifteen first class screw Steam, ere conneccaat OGDENSBDGH with railroad for Horton and all potato In New Er gland rat Cape Vta ceit with the Railroads between Cape Vincent and New York; and atoswego with allueofthlrty first class Canal Boats between Oswege. Troy. Albany and Now York. Fora a DAILY LINE from Boston. New York, Ogdctsburnh. Cape Vincent and Oswego to Cleveland. Toledo and Detroit, and a Till WEEKLY LINK To Chicago and Intermediate Ports. AGENTS. J, MYERS. 74 Pearl street. New York. JOHN HOCKING, State street. Boston. GEO. A. EDDY. Ogdoosbnrgh. JOHN 11. CRAWFORD. Oswego. A- F. SMITH. Cape Vincent. WALKER A DAYS. Toledo. E. K MATHEWS. Detroit. O, .1. HALE..Milwaukee. FELTON A BREED. Cleveland. N. J. howe, Chi cars. Office and dock foot of North Lasalle street. mh2l-bliG-4m £cgal STotktf. Tj'STATE OF JOSEPH GRAF, DECEASED.—PubIic notice U hereby given to all persons having claims and demands against the estate of Joseph Graf, deceased, to present the same for adjudication and settlement at a regular term of the County Court of Cook County, to be boldenatthe Court House. In the City of Chicago, on the third Mon day of July, A, D 18(3 being the 20th day thereof. THERESS GRAF, Administratrix, Chlcoco.May26ih.lS6 myri e4» td (CORNWELLS & ELLIOTT, HAVE THE ■Wholesale .Agency FOR C. BARNARD’S PENS, FOR THE FOLLOWING COUNTIES; Ccok. Kane. McHenry. Lake, Boone, Winnebago. Dn Page. Kendall. Will, Grundy, LaSalle. Bureau, and Stevenson Counties. Illinois, and Wayne County, Michigan. Jet-cSlMlt JJEYOLVERS. LOYAL MEN Will find all kinds of Revolvers at the lowest prices at BOWEN'S Military Store. 20 Clark street, over the United States Express Office. Also. Swords. Belts. Sashes. Gloves. Haversacks. 4c„ for Army Officers. Mall orders E. B. BOWEN. P. O. 80x846. Chicago. je4 catena WATER CURE. SENS FOB CIKCULAB. COAS, F. RKSD, M.D. K£&o4la.WHQonflia. mj»es»nt C.vprrss fine* EXPRESS COM 1863. 1863. General Express Forwarders be tween all points, EAST, WEST, NORTH & SOUTH. Each Express Is sent on a first-class Pisseajcr Train and accompanied by trusty Messengers provided with Iron Safes for seenrity of valuables. The unequalled twenties and great extent of the rentes ot this v ld cstHh'.l-died Com pan j. enables them to transport with tae greatest suiety and speed COIN, BANK BILLS, JEWELRT, TALIIABLE PACKAGES And parcels of aH kinds, as well as merchandise. At Bates as Low a* any other Respou* slble Company. IF* AH losses and damages promptly adjusted, COLLECTION DEPARTMENT. Particular attention given to the collection of Norxs. Dbafts. Bills and accounts. and proceeds returned with the greatest dispatch. CF" Goods with Invoices to be collected on delivery should always be marked (O. U. DJ and amount marked on package or box. EXTENSION Of TERRITORY. This Compaiiy. having recently extended their lines have direct connection with all points ON TUB UP* FKH MISSISSIPPI RIVER, Including Winona, Wa bashaw. Ran Wino. Prescott and St Paul, con scctlrg with Burbank A Co's Express to all the princi pal points In the Interior of Minnesota; also, to Caow Wrxo.PsMßiNAand the UumsaPoaasssioNe. On thkst. Ckocv Bivss to Hudson &nu Stillwatsb On inz St. Primes Brvxn to St.Pctkus, JLvnxato and Faribault. Oh tub Chippewa Rites to Eat? Clairs Connection westtrom Dubuque to Ivoxpbndrhcx, Os dab Falls, iowa Falls, Fort Dodos, Sioux Crtv and Dacotad Cmr, To California, Obsgon. Ac., by Wells, Fargo A Co. ** By Overland Mall Company, from St. Joseph to Pike's Peak. Califobia. Ac. JAS. C. FARGO, Sop’t. D. B. COOKE. Agent, Chicago. 111. Office comer or Lake and Dearborn streets. Je3egi7-lw AMERICAN EXPRESS COM PANT. SFHCOER TINE TABLE. * Expresses arrive and depart as follows: FROM AND TO Detroit. Buffalo. Albany. New York. Boston. Toronto. Montreal Qncbee ana Portland, via the Great Cen tral atd Grand Trunk Routes; arrive at 7:30 A. if. sod 6:30 P. M.. depart at 7:30 A. M. and 7:15 P. M. Ft. Wayne. Crestline. Cleveland. Columbus. Plttabnrg, Philadelphia. Baltimore. Washington andNewYork, via the Great Pennsylvania Routes; arrive at 7:10 A. M. and B:sft P. M. t depart at 1:00 a. M. and 70S P. .M. Lafajelle. Intiiamipous. Green Castle. Loulivllle and Bomb, via Michigan Central, and Louisville, New Albany and Chicago Railroads; arrive at 7:3 *A. M. ond7:l3P. M , depart at 7:3 ft A. U. audS:3J P. M. Locansport, Peru. Richmond. Cincinnati and Sontb. via Cincinnati and Chicago Air Line Railroad; arrive giSOP. Jf. • Centralis, St. Lont». Cairo and Sooth, via Dlfcols Cen tral. and Terre Haute. Alton and St. Louis Rairoad; arrive at 8:13 A. M. and 8:15 P. il. deport at 8:80 A. M. analO-.COP.M. Mendcta. LaSalle, Bloomington.Decatur. Galesburg, Burlington. Ottumwa. Keokuk, Quincy. Ha’inlbA. St. Jcteph and all points in lowa, Missouri and Kan sas. via C. B. & Q., and Hannibal andßt. Joseph R R. and Missouri Railroad > arrive at 6.8 C A. M. and 6:17 P. hi., depart at ti:V) a. m. and 8:13 P. hi. Dlion. FoUon.Lyoas Clinton.cedar Rapids. Toledo. Marshalltown, and points West In lowa vlaCbloago, Fulton and lowa Central, Cnlesgn.lowa and Nebras ka. and Cedar Rapids ami Missouri Railroad; arrive at 6:10 A. M. and 3A3 P. hL. depart at WHJ A. M. aad 8;30P.M. E’gln. Eelvidere. Beloit, Rockford. Freeport. Warren, Mineral Point, Galena, Dubuque, independence. Cedar Falls, Fort Dodge and Sioux city, to Prattle du Cnlcn. La Crosse. St. Paul, and all points West and North la hlim-oarl via Galena A Chicago Union Beloltaid Madison. Illinois Central. Miner*! Point, Lubuqoe and Sioux City and Dubuque and Western Railroad, and Mississippi River • arrive at 5-00 A. SL and 3 S3 P M. acd depart at 9:00 and 9:10 P. hL Elgin. Rlchm ord. hfcQecry and A’gonqnln. via Galena and Chicago Union ana r'ox Blvt-r Valley Railroad: arrive at 11:10 A. M . depart at 1:00 P. hi. W< odstock, Janesvllte. water town. Fond do Lac. Osh kosb, Appleton. Mvua«ha. Green Bay. Prairie da Chlen. La Crosse. Winona. Red Wing acd 8t Paul, via Chicago and Northwestern Ralhoad and Missis sippi River; arrive at 11:35 A. hi. P. hL, de part. ot8:15 A M.and 8:80 A 3:50 P. M. y> aokegan. Kenosha, Haclue. Milwaukee. Elkhorn. hit. Carroll. KipoD. Benin, Portage City. Sparta. La Crosse and at. Paul, via Chicago and Milwaukee and LhCtcsso ard Milwaukee HaUroad and Mississippi River: arriveut 11:13A.hi.and S£OP. M,. depart at 8:15 Ahl.ai.d«:3 P. M. Office hours from 7 A,hf.to7P. hL IF" Goods too late for billing at the office can be de livered to Messengers at Depots who will receipt and forward. _ JA3. C. FARGO, Snp't. D. B. COOKE. Agent. * Chicago, June Ist, 1£63. Je3-c6T3 Iw UNITED STATES EXPRESS COMPANY. Important Notice to the Public. The United States Exoreos Company will commence on the 15tb Inst., to co busings on the folio (ring lines of railroads tn the State of Wisconsin, vtz; The Chi cago and Milwaukee Railroad. the Milwaukee and Prairie da Clhen Railroad. and the Southern Wisconsin Railroad. By seeming t*ese lines of railroad, the General Superintendent, HENRY KIP. E*q,.iiaae«tab> linked regular offices at the places named In the Hat attacheo to this notice; and oar very many friends and patrons may believe me when I say that it gives me great pleasure to be able to announce to them that the lacflines for doing baric ess over the above named lines of roads have been secured to this Company and that bereWterwi shall not be compelled to refuse, but shall hold ourselves In readiness to no any boamess they may have m Wisconsin at any of the points reached Ly the above roads, as we have heretofore, on all other unes ran by oar Company. Very respectfully. fl. D. COLVIN. Agent Cldcago. May 15th. ISO. The following named places wfll, under this arrange ment, be reached by this Company: "Waukegan, ill. Kenosha. Wis., Racine. Wla., Milwaukee, Wla., Wankesbaw. Wls., White Water. Wla.. Milton, W!Rm Stoughton, wla.. Madison. Wls.. Mozumaole. Wls„ Lone Rock. Wis„ Mascoea, Wla.. Roscobel, Wls., Janesville. Wla., Pmkdhue. wis , Monroe. Wis., rrairie da Chlen.Wl9. McGregor, lowa. Jntrrnal llroemtt (Ear. ASSESSORS’ OFFICE OF IN XJL. TEHNAL EETRMTB. FIEST DuTKIOI ILLl reels, Chicago, Ms; 30.1563. incomb. Notice Is hereby given, that ail persons residing In this District, wMcii comprises the county of Cook, are required to make return «t once, without any farther notice, of bis or her Individual name, to ithe Assistant Assessors In their respective Divisions, Pc’tods are to be taxed on income at their baslaess Iccatlanorofflce.orplace where employed. Persons having no regular place cf business or office will be taxed In the division where their residence may be lo cated. PersorsrcaldlngoutolCookcoanty wlllaiaia noreturn ot Income la tnU District. Toe following regulations will govern persons In making their returns: Bach person will be required to return his total In come for the year ending December 31, 18C2. so fir specifying the sources from which It Is derived as to enable tae Assistant Assessor to decide what de ductions shall be made therefrom. a.vp*® 0 " whose Income does not exceed the sum of Sio.cto. who reside In the United States, will be subject to a duty of 3 per cert. Where the: Income exceeds fio.oto. it will be subject to a dnty of 5 per cent., provided, howeves. that upon Income derived from interest upon notes, bonds, or other BecoriUe* cl the Called States, a duty of IK per cent will 3e levied. ¥ Citizens of the United States residing abroad, and rot 1« the employment of the Government of the United States, will be subject to a duty of 3 per cent, on the Income of any property, securities or stocks owned In the tolled States, and not exempted from the Income tax. provided, however, that upon Interest upon notes, bonds, cr otter securities of the United Butes. a dnty of IK per cent will be levied. The gains or profits of manufacturers are to be taxed mder Section of the Law. The exemption contain ed In the original statute was removed or tbe amend ment of March 9, lSf-3. Holiness firms mnst estimate their gains for theyear 1862. and make such divisions thereof as will enable esch member of the firm to make return In grass for bis or her individual Income. Salaried persons will return the fall amount they re ceive, whether fixed by statute or agreement, or de rived from fees. 4c. Receipts from advertisements mnstbe returned. Guardians and trustees, whether such trustees are bo by virtue of tteir office as executors, administra tors. or ether fiduciary capacity, are required to make return of tte Income belonging to minors or other perrons, which may be held in trust, as aforesaid, and the income tax wiii be assessed upon the amount re turned, after deducting such sums as are exempt from tax. 1 be salaries of Federal officers mast be returned. Farmers and planters will be required to make re turn of the value of tbe produce of nls farm or planta tion.without deducting for tbs labor or services ol Mm self and Ms family, or for any portion of such pro duce consumed. Where a husband and wife live apart, by divorce or order contract of separation, they will be taxed sepa rately, and he each entitled to the deduction ol uoo. but not ctberwlie. The following deductions are authorized to be made from the aggregate Income of aaypenoo,vlz: In all cates ihb sum of fCOC. Amountactuaßy paid for rent of dwelling house or estate occupied as a residence. ExpcrsesntctssarilT incurred for rent ot store,clerk Llre.lnsm ance. fuel, freight, 4 c. Other national. State, and local faxes assessed and paid for the year 1864. and not elsewhere Included, Amount actually paid by a property owner for ne cessary repairs. Insurance, and interest on encum brances upon Ms property. Tbe cost of new struc tures. extraordinary repairs, or improvements to halloing*,shall notbo deducted. Ircoc c from Interest or dividends on stocks, capital, or deposits 1c any bank, trust company, or saviogs la st itution. Insurance or railroad company, or from sala ries or officers where the 3 per cent, taxhaa been wUh held by the proper omcerihereoL Ircome from advertisements, ou which 3 per cent, was paid, from September Ist to December Si, 1364, In clusive. Amount paid by a farmer or planter for I Ired labor Irclnrtlngtnesnlwistenceofthe laborers. For neceo fary repairs upon his farm or plantation. For losnr ar.ee. andinterest on Incumbrances oponhli farm or plantation. In all cases.personsmaklngtbe returns will statatbe gross amounts of income, source derived from, also the deductions authorized to details. Blank forme for making return*, ■with printed instruction* as to the manner cl making them up, will be famished bw the A distant Assessors, who are fully authorized and ln> etmeted to famish all the Information required. All persons neglecting or ref rain* to make returns of Income. win bs aa»etsed bv toe Assessors according to their best Judgment and Information. LICENSES. All persons panning any trade or profession on tho Ist day of May. ISS3. coming within the law requiring them to raya license tax to the United States, most make application at once for the year ending April 30, 13*4 Those bolding nrcxplred licenses on the drst or May. imb, will be assessed only for the period bet -seen the expiration of sold license and the Ist day of May. 13M. . „ Persons refusing to make application for license wiQ be subject to the fines and penalties prescribed by law. CARRIAGES. BILLIARD TABLES AND PLATE. Returns inns; be made at once of all Carriages kept fob usn on for bibb. Alio. The amount la ounces of stlsilverucdgidd piatekeptforuse. All Billiard Ta bles kept for biro, as well as those kept for private cso. are subject to an annual tax of ttiMweaeh. In ad* ditlon to thellcense tax. Carriages and Plate that have beenassesaedto any time prior to Mav IBC.hJT-i. will be a shewed at a ratable proportion fromihe expiration of said assessment to May lit, ISM. When the annual l!<ts are completed, public notice wIU be given, and fifteen days will be allowed for re vving !>&ld llsta by appeal or otherwbe. Aftertnat the UeUwiiibcclcisea.aDdnohearing allowed upon peti tion for abatement oftax. Any farther information desired can be had on appli cation to the Assistant Asseasori. who will be fonud at tncirrespectlveoffices between thehonrsef Hand 12 A.M. to furnish the required blanks and receive ap plications for license. PHILLIP WADSWORTH, nnSl-elt7-2w Assessor Ist District of Illlaota. X)UTTER! BUTTER I—lainpro -1 ) pared to fill orders for the GOSHEN BUTIEB FIRKIN, Holding ICO lbs. Also. WELSH BUTTER TUBS, holding 20. 40, CO and ICO lb*. Parties Intending to pact, this season, will note where their goods are to oe bad. lam also Sole Agent for the Darla’ Patent Chum and Batter Worker. IVATILIuVIEL WHITE, Uannfecturtr and Wholesale Dealer la all kinds cf Wooden and Willow Ware, 05 South. "Water Stree • 8p5 172 2m KA TONS TOBACCO-Of reliable t/v and standard Kentucky brands. In boxes. hall boxes and caddies; also, fine cat chewing and smok ing of approved manufacture, Is barrels, naif barrels. Ac., foreale at current rate*bjr PARTnwa, prr&lH * HAJfKKT. auT tSM-lr n aomtb Water Stres "Vf OTICB . —Madame Andrews, Xl Clairvoyant, from Boston, Mass., can be con* •ulteSK isoshoß STREET. ' Clairvoyant examinations, one dollar. 6&e also tens the Past. Present and itr-nre. Tenas M a ours t»n9a,M.»»r.u. mjaoa-iwu Rrol <Sstau. WESTERN LAND AGENCY. * y SC«.CO» acres la lowa. Mlrmwota and WUcoa str-irrproved ami unlmproved-for (tile. Panphlete it Lately detcrihlgg tame, famished T*xe« p.tld. lands and farms bo d. and tikes examined la as »v«? State* and UllnoU Personal attention gtvna In sprlac and LUi Inpayment of tax at on alllaacUpL-iewllavw— ~ caaree. w. .1. BARNET, officeNo 3. orarlUßias dolph street. Chicago. Poat Office Box 5632. jtJ-eSLi-Sm Valuable business and t RESIDhNCK PROPERTY FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN* Five Stores on Lake street, four Stores on'Sindi water street, three Stores on Franklin street, near Lake, forty Lots ta one block, near Union Park. wltk. §•*• and convenient: the splendid r«L , i nc 2 ground* now oc«Miplrtt by Bishop White* Ur ' ,on P*rk?*nd Wosnln-toa streets * mk-■£# froot £ Q the *- rained In 1858 at 379.090,. ?“ **“- o “‘» r ß^ a f?MT‘ , ' r |Je4e.«4» a Court Boole. . yALUABLE REAL ESTATE FOll SALE. We offer for ?a!a the following valuable property he oneire to the estate of tnc late OdTemor JOSHPS B. WELLS: Forty acres, the southeast quarter of southeast qtur ter section LtownshipSS north, range iSeast. frouttog 8i rods on Chicago avenue, and 80 rods on Western avenne. Out lot or block 8 in Canal Trustees Subdivision o section ", as north, 14 east— lo acres. B oek in. in Wright's subdivision of the northeast quarter, section 12, township 3a north, range U east— -10 acres. The three tracts of land above mentioned, are at' qoa’ty lands, and ol gnat value. fiveaercs la the subdivision of the west half of the southeast quarter or section 18. tovnshlo 89 taaca 11. bounded on the sooth by Twelfth ureet. Forty acre a. In sections, township 3K. rangeh This lata Is diy aid can be made Into house Tot*.* Hons loan hall ot Ills covered with oak trees. The water Is pure aid sweet. No more Inviting lots tor occupa tion can ha found In the vicinity of the city. River lot,SCofeet. on the North Branch of the Chi cago River, bounded south by Clybonrne avenue. 2C3 feet on the avenne. The lotls In Shedleld'sAddt tion. Sixteen lots In Rldge!y*s Addition, fronting on Green street, being lots 1 to Id la block 9. between PruftandPhilip's streets, each lot 31 or 33 by 185 fret deep. All the above named property will be sold on liber al terms. OGDEN FLEETWOOD A CO., JeS-oTTB-lw Cor. Lake and Clark streets. ESTATE IFOIR, SALE. Lots corner of Washington and State street. Lots corner of Wabash avenne and Jackson street. Luis 218.211 and 316 Wabash avenne. Lot No IK Michigan avenne. Lots on Michigan avenne, sooth of Twelfth street. Lot of two acres south part of theclty. Lota comer of Jackson and Wells street. Forms and unimproved lands. SCO acres of land In lowa. Apply to F. H. CUTTING. Boom No. 2 Walker's Bui ding. myGS-eSGO-lw /'TWENTY ACRES OF LAND, JL situated In the Scn<h Division, between Bneaa Vl'taaad Monterey. audStaieand Lssalle streets To any one purchasing forsnbdlvistim.oriavestaeut.tala presents a rare opportunity. For sale by GKO. u. HIGGINSON.No. 7 Metropolitan Block. mySl'Cfl&Uw Q.REAT SALE OF LOTS ASD CO^fXKACTS. la the Otr ot COlcaso. At Auction, June 17th, 1863. The articles of SMOdxtloa of the "Chicago Lonft Company* require this tta* truac shall be closed Inc be month or Jane. ISrS.ond that all the property and ef fects on band, at the time belonging to the Association, shall oe -old at Public Auction, for casn, to the hlgneai bidder. In the City of Chicago, on the third Wednesday the 17th day of -lane. 18W. The undersigned. Trustee of the ** Chicago Load Company.** will therefore on Wednesday, tueiTlh day of Jane. IS6S. offer for sale on the premises. In the city Ot Chicago; 749 Lots In Sheffield’s Addition to Chicago. SM> ’* Elston Addition, veal side of North Bnuuia 6X3 “ - east 67 *• Wight’s ** west “ “ 3 M Original Town of Chicago. Aiso, Mortgages, amply secured, amounting to about 54 Contracts, covering 96 Lots, on which there are owing an aggregate of about fIw.OOO. Of the abo ve lots. 6,t53 fact front oa a spacious Const !o fl teet wide, now h*ing excavated tnroagh the pro perty : and 4 so 9 fret front on the North Branch or the Chicago River. The sale will be continued from day to day nntQ oB the property and effects of the Com nanv are sold. _ MAULON D. OGDfiN. Trustee. Chicago. March 14th. 1863. mh!4-bU3td ®n Capitalists, TJ CAPITALISTS.—I,OOO acres first classFanrltg Lvadanear Chicago, with tltla direct from the United btatesGovemment, matt be sold At a Great Sacrifice, To close an estate. They were located la 1833. by the late Robert Jone*.ofNewTork. and lie within a dis tance or six to seventeen miles from Chicago within direct railroad communication. Their soil Is of tbs finest In the State, and adapted for every tanning pur pose. Apply to _ JOHN MATTOCKS, Jr„ jet e752-6t No. 14 Telegraph Bonding. The undersigned have purchased of Newell Snow, bis Entire Stock of Groceries and Trade* Fixtures, Now In Me store. U2 Clark street, comer of Clark and Madison streets. They aredeatnmsotdlsposlDgoftbo same at ccce. and the stock will be sold on the promt ses. for cash, in balk, or In parcels to salt customer*. AT LOW RATES. This to an excellent opportunity for one desiring to cn •gsge In tbe grocery business, to purchase a well seise tea stock of goods, and to rent a store Is a ftroraols BUnatlOD._ _ Nash. SPAULDING* CO. *X&?3B-e432 lw ~Y ALTJABLE MILL PROPERTY FOR SAIE, At Galena, Illinois. I propose to seH the splendid Steam Flooring mm known as the WAR EAGLE MILL, Situated at Galena, Illinois. This tsone ot the best Fiourlrg Mills In the Taller of the Mississippi, and was built about ten years ago. at a Cost of Twenty-five Thousand Dollars*. It is bunt of stone, forty by sixty, five stories high, wim lour run of 4K feet bars. It is built In the most solid and du rab'e manner, with the moat oowerful ma chinery. and ha» a capacity for manufacturing two tusdredborrclsof Floor per day. There are six Sena of ground attached, with Storehouse. Dwelling Souse, 4c. This property, offering as It does, the best oppor tunity for Investment by enterprising and responsible parties, will be sold on the most favorable terms. Address E. B. WASILBDRNE. Galena. Illinois. my27-e4281w TpUGIBLE INVESTMENT.—To J-J be sold, the nndlvldcd one-half ot a BREW3BT. sitnated in the tillage of MazomanJe. Pane County. Wisconsin, near the railroad depot, twenty-two mliew from Madison, the Capital of the State. Price ff jfft_ Apply to EDWARD HUGGINS, Mazomanle. Dau County. Wisconsin. mhl2-b3C-Tw Jinantiol. pHICAGO AND MILWAUKEE \J RAILROAD COMPANY.—The Stock Books ot this Company will be clos-'d on the fifth day of Jane next for «ne week, to perfect the arrangement fora CjDFOlldatlon with the Milwaukee and Chicago Rail road Company. Parties In whose names shares may stand on the day above named will be entitled to new stock In theconsoUdated Company and to the reserved property of this Company. . _ _ A. STONB, JR,, President. A. S. DOWNS, Secretary. Chicago. May 26th. lbG3. my27-e 12716k OHODE ISLAND CENTRAL -La BANK, RTIODE ISLAND.—Pursuant to a decre tal order of the Supreme Court of the State of Rho4« Lisnd. the subscriber gives notice that all persona bolding bills of the RHODE ISLAND CENTRAL BANK, Must deposit tbe same with him at his office. No. S Weybosset street. Providence. B, L. ou or before the first day of August. A. D. ISC3. In order to be entitled V*t any dividend that may be declared out of the assets cf said rank. JAitES M. CLARKE. Receiver. Providence, K T.. Jan. 17th. 1963. , foS-zfiU-fia €opartiuvst]ip. DISSOLUTION OF COPART- J-/ NEKSHiP.—The copartnership heretofore ex is'lng between the undersigned, under tbs firm of BAR RETT. KING 4 CO., is dissolved by limitation. Mr. a, L. Banettrctirlngfrom the firm. The business of tbs concern will be settled by their successors. Messrs. RING.KELLOGG & CO. S.L BARRETT. HENRY W. KlrfO. CHAS. P. KELLOGG. _ p. v. krLlogo. Chisago. June 1. 1563. JOHN H. PHENtSS. COPARTNERSHIP. Tbe undersigned have this day formed a copartner ship under the name ot KING, KELLOGG & CO., HENRY W. KIS'G. CHAS. P KELLLOGO. J LMca **« P, V, KELLOtid, i irii M JOHN H. PRENTISS, J uuca » l, * x * Je2-tCC3-lm pO-PARTNERSHIR—The nn derslgned have this day formed a copartnership for the transaction of a gen-rsl Comrr.U-lon baslners. under tbeilrmnameof liOWKA ROBBINS. Ofilce.Uft South Water street. Chicago, U. Ctlcaeo. May at ISC3. SAMUEL HOWS, myi-dlttMin E. V. RuBIUNS, Proposal. ■jVTIL'WAtrKEE AND WEST- JjJ. ern RAILROAD company. Geseal Office. Mn-w.vcsaß. Juno 4,1363, Notice to Railroad Contractors. Scaled proposals will be received by the under* signed, at the oillce of the Milwaukee and Western ftailioadCompany, in Milwaukee, netil SATURDAY, the 13th day or Jnne. tod for the Grading, Masoary, Bridging. Cattle Yards and Fencing of twenty elgnt miles ox the line of Road, extending from Co l ambus, ti*e pieeeac terminus of the Milwaukee and Wester* Rond, to the City of Portage. The Use will be divided into section of convenient lengths, ax d proposal* wJI be received for singlesoo* Ilona or for the whole line. Tre dne wlllhe ready for the examination of *ou tractoraon and after Jane Sth. and maps, profile# and. plar s with specifications, n»ny be examined at the Erglneer’s Oillce. In Milwaukee, on and after that date. Parties proposing, who art. unknown to the under* sirred, will be required to glv» sit is factory reference*. The work to be offered Contractors will iocludo about COUCO cubic yard* cf excavation. Inadealrablo section of tie country for doing work. Payment* la ca*>h. The Company reserve the right to reject any or alt proposals as may be deemed for their Interest. „ N. J. EMMONS. President. W. P. GILBERT,.Chief Engineer. JeVeStOlgt PAILROAD IRON FOR SALE. XV Unttid States Militart RaiLTtOAr Oman, > 250 G Btbut.'W«smSQTON. Maf 12,150. i Tbs und*r«litred will tecrlre sealed bids (or tbs pur* chase ofS&S&OlOtODSor >ew Railroad Iron, weigh- Irz 60 pounds to ta«yard—2tf»7lo £4O tons oftbeaburw U at the Caahth Mills. wn.Pa..mrd the balance. 87 i 2CO£W) tons, la at Pittsburga. Pa. la case » bid la accepted, the party making toe same will beaouflejl aa soon as practicable If within tea day*after suols notice, the party shall Call to mate payment, la Oor enmentfQßds.totheor'derslensd tbe Iron for wtucm, aucii bid was made will be subject to sale to aay other ® Tbe B rightto reject any and all bids U expressly re “ Til MJs mart Do md signed. D. C„ and endorsed Bid lor at which time * decision will TSITY COMFTROLLER’a OF- Tb»?itvor Cfclcsco I*lll lntM«?on°»U lisrSonda.presauUd x i2«in«naSL ££? Si “tMosU coupon. u« a ? d l^l-2l P '' ll Cl trw2ju£«.