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Highly important to
LADIES!—AII difficulties and Monthly Ir»e?o
Jii UIM *»f Ladles. lro>n whatever c*u«e. fcLy removed
Dy a new system of treatment at oece **
eminently successful, DR. T. MACKU*NT*.
r- st on'ce Box SC7. 186 Lake street. CUlcaffQ. in.
gSUTTZ. IODINE WATER.
icmu pans w.ttk. * <*« for SonruU
Conniption. Uw«l»u.
dl«k> .".i a,K T''“ c , a °i , ;f’*:
liijr mnladlo, wtlcli »n*e from «n nuftdrlei. vW«t*4
r : t< o, ,i„ t)i<K>a.<lc)ecUvo nutrition, u Unpnront-
Ir.->«iniore. Ac, • . % ,
lu pcculLcnf» w * pore M>lut*on audits excellence
fer » medicine a*e attested by snob dlsUagtriMednamea
Dr .T.u.ciißton, Prof. E. a. Parker, Prot. J. C.
p t) ~t r i. and otuere equally well known to science.
«] per bottle.
DB. H. AKDEES * €O.,
PhjAeWat aafl Cbemlste. 428 Brpadtny.K.T.
BLIBB ft SHARP,
141 Lake etreet. Chicago. PL
x'ot tale by
bpß c^i’t-ma
"I \Tv. HILLIARD—Long and fa-
J. / vorahly known In the Northwest. baa hi* office
Ct 68 Randolph street. CUcago.nprtalra. fortheenre
©1 all disease*, male or female. Special attention gives
to all maladies d long standing. X have cored some
Of the worst cases of blood diseases ever known in
this country. Patient* at a distance can consult me
by letter with every confidence. Advice gratis. to
dost- stamp to secure a ready answer to Interrogation*.
.Female Golden Lunar Pill*, price one dollar per box.
lie-cut to any distance, three three-centstainpe are re
quired to prepay postage. Omcehonr* fromß A. M.tiU
10 P.M. P.O. 80x6590. Chicago.Hl. * je27-g7U-2w
T\7 OLFE’S AROMATIC SCHIE
f 1 dam bchnapps.
A uni verbal curative In CONSUMPTION, removing
becougb.&c.
Recommended by the Medical Faculty as a CatixoH-
Oon In theramoval of DYSPEPSIA. In all Its forms.
In DROPSY Its established curative properties hav
ong been without a rival, as attested by nnlversa
I&cdlcal testimony.
The Diuretic and Solvent Properties of the “Aro
malic Sthledam Schnapps," renderll decidedly effica
cious In Gravel and all other affections of the Kidneys.
Ti, Gout and Rheumatism, if taken in the form of
Uuru punch, the patient lying warmly covered In bed,
Ihlt- pun-alcoaolic distillation wilt effect a speedy core.
Taken asbotpnnch. In humoral aodSpasmodlc Asth
ma. It affords relief from the distressing
Symptoms.
Bj it* peculiar and specific qnanues.lt arrests the
cold stage In Ague and Fever, and prepares the system
lor the administration of the admitted cnrativesofthls
3t removes spasm, restore* the function ofthetiver.
rapidly produces healthy secretion*. It should beta
ken mixed with bot water and sugar.
Asa Nervine, a Tonic and a Purifier of the Blood, a
rial of fifteen yean. In all climate* and under all dr-
On instances, has stamped It with mdversalapprohatlon.
Pecnllarlj adapted to the complaint* oi delicate Fe
jeales. It stands pre eminent among the established cu
ratives ol the day.
It I* the only alcoholic preparation in our country
bat can be generally Imbibed with pleasure and safe
ty; never, even when taken is* excess, producing Lea
d e or other I c* o»e*,nences.
end ULltKtioafl. aa the whole conncj Is flooded with
fchca.
Army Sutlers and the Public.
Tfp subscriber bogs leave to itformiaefcifcw of
the West. tUat oe baa api*oln*ed H. «
Co. ol C Icapo, Ml »4e> l' for tlie «le el liU Od*
toroidSctileaam aromaticbcncanps. wnowilitnpply
tLc Ann> fcuilersand WeStcru^eictianta.atNew o.fc
brices addins freitbt. Tills Gin u «o»f tdestandard
*«f It has
Medical Faulty and pronounced bytheiato'betue
purest bQnor Qianafactttrei. Ttiea'ticlcbassuffered
in its sale In tlie West lor several rears p«*t.ln coase
entice ol tne prea quantity of counterfeit Schnapps
•a bi<Ji bas been palmed off oy merctiacto of tbe West,
tocomumers. ToavoldUilsneieaiteraamocoaapoa
■lb-e bebae arpolntid the above-named firm, agents,
%rbe*Tß pnrenase ra can re y on pettiLC Uie penolne arti
cle. Army Boiler* will tlnd f-J- Gin tneJ®T
ported Uqnor In this country. It is usj*d In alltne bos
£u.B luScw York. PUUdapW. «M 1
a Beaver street yew Tone.
9,000 CascK «r Wolfe's Celebra
ted Hcliiodani Aroma*
tic Selina, ps,
J. H. EEED & CO. Agents,
116 Lake street. Chicago.
JTo: sale by
my-jo-aus 8m
TTAIR DYE! HAIR DTE! I
Jl BATCHKLOB’B colcbrvted HAIBDVK IB THE
Uxst nr the ’Would, The only Ha.bui.uß*. Tbps and
itKiJAiiu: live known. TUI* splendid Hslr Dye is
i’t: feet—changes lied. Rusty or Gr*y Hair instantly,
to nGLOftfiV KLaCE orNarcnAL Bbowk, Without lO*
lining tlic Bali or Staining the bkln leaving the Hair
teoll and Beautiful; in part* fresh vitality, ircqaeDtly
rrbtorlac its pribUuc color, and icciifle* the tu affects
of Rad Dyes. The Genuine If tUned 'Viluax A,
Batch kluk, all oin ere are mere 1 'illations, ana should
l>e avoided. Bole by *l* Druggists, *c. factory. 81
Barclay street, Hew York. JyS gy»* iy
Dr. hunter treats all
Chronic Diseases, such as Colds Coughs, Con-
Furapllo: Asthma. Hie Lungr. I)‘an. Stoma:*'. Kid*
mys. Bladder and t»*c Boaeta, Dyspepsia. Diarrhea.
Dvsenttry. Gout. Rheumadkm, Paralysis. Hip Disease.
W) tte Swellings, aud alt complaints of women and
chlidren; Sore Eyes aud Bara. Cataract Discharges.
Eoariug and Buzzing Sounds. Dr. Honterlsthe only
SORES OB ULCERS, TOMER3.
VTEKS FILLS SVD FISTDLi,
Vlthont catting with the knife. AUlettere must con*
tali ten etnas Tor s -speedy answer. Dr. nuNriJS.
BoxW'T* HonrsfromOA M.toSPM. OtßceSl Kan*
do'pi; stmer. corner of Dearborn, Chicago. Illinois.
Jt2S jzWT-ly
rf'HE CONFESSIONS AND EX-
A PERICNCE OF AN INVALID —Published for
llu lietntu. end as a wa-nlac aud i ojrnosTO
Young wen who suffer fio n Nervous Debility, Pre
mia urc Decay of Maubood, etc* supplying at the same
THE MEANS OF SELF CURE.
By one who has cured himself otter being out to great
expense and Injury through medical humbug aud
Ql pv enclosing a port paid addressed envelope. Jingle
eerie* may be had ot tue author. NATHANIEL MAA
FAIR. Esq* Bedford. KingsCottnty.it. Y.
jei7-gat-Bnioaw
Have you a head of hair,
or Whiskers or Moustaches, ot ta unbecoming
colur? DO YOU
fpjkh to change that color to a handsome deep brown,
or a poriect audnatuia) back, without ini jry to the
Cbrts wliuout trouble orlnconvcnleucc? If so.
* TIIKS YOU
Wart UIC CRIBTADORO’S EXCELSIOR DYE,
wldchlf the only harm*®** certain. J®?* *P,3
tm’y VATfUALllalrDve Id the world. MOULD YOU
doubt tt»e*e statemenU. try Die article, and li lt faSia
denmneelt. Manufacture by J.GRISTAD )80. N0.6
As.or Bouse. New lork. bold everywhere, and ap
plied byall Hair Dressers. Price, SU gl&JanflSSper
box. according to rite. Jell b59-lau*
BIGELOW,
CO\FIDENmt PHYSICIAN,
Formerly ol St. Louis. Mo*
Can be consulted at hi.* office, r.9 South Clark street.
coi> er of Monroe Chicago.lll., half a blockirom the
Best Office, on all Chro*ic Di*easea,and dlae-aes ofboth
sexes, which he rrcata with unparalleled inceess.
Booms separate, wberu ladle* aad gentlemen can com
euli the Doctor. Office hoars ir<«tußA. M. loo.P M.
Enrdaya 10 to 12 A.M. Communications confidential.
Co: suuatlors free. Address P. O. Box 134. Inclose
twe fitaupß and got his
GUIDE TO HEALTH.
From the Doctor’s long experience in Hospital and
private practice, he Is ab:e to jmrform. and will guaran
tee. perfect cum* f»r all Special Dbeaxea la tne ran#
sc\OTP and complicated st»gea.ln a very short time,
vvliiioutthe useot mercury.
TonDg men suffering trom Nervous Debility are in
til* d to caU.
A PERFECT CURE WARRANTED*
Persons suffering from Irregularities should call at
once and be cured.
2>cs> nr city references as toatnity and success
lci*c63Sl2w
18. SEELEY’S TRUSS ESTAB
• LISHMENT.
126 Clark Street, Chlcago,llL
Solenronrietoranumanufsccureroitse Hard Rubbe
Ttm*. Tills Truss wlli cure Rupture, will never nut
chLi e gall or blUtcr, ireee tuo cord from all pressure,
is a w ay* clean aad good as new. Manufacturer ana
dealer In Shoulder Bracce, Abdominal Supporters.SUk
Ilartlc f-lockincs. &c.. Ac. Send for Pamphlet*.
J>- w 11cox ’a Patent Arttllclal Leg. manulactured by
C. Stafford. U6 Clark street. Chicago, 111. has m»w
lmi*ortant advantages over any other Limb Icnowju Is
warranted to give perfect satisfaction. Bend for
rpr.nblet. daMD66ly t. tAb
CATARRH! CAT ARRHI
DR. SEELYE’S LlfitTU CATARRH REMEDY.
• Eure enre foi Catarrh or Cold 1c the head. It Is easier
to cure CATAREnthinCoNsnoYioN. Thcsymptomsol
Catarrh at first a-e very alight. Person* find they
listc a cold, and have frequent attack*, are mo’-e acn
sativcielheciAnpei of ieou*erature. The nose may
bedrv or a slight discharge, thin and acrid, becoming
tUck and adhesive, as tne disease becomes chronic,
and t» col ridofby the nose or falls into the
t’lroat and is hawked or cangned off. The breath b
conies offensive. It mav destroy toe sense of smell
nnd CSHBP deafness. Ac.* Price of, CaUrrti Remedy
*°oo Sent by express. Office ls J honthClarkstreei.
?npal aHT?) Address Dr. D. H.SEELYK.P. O. Box 4«L
Chicago. Dl- _wrVl* :: clW-gro^&d_
iDaUr mure.
HILL HOTEL AND
WATER CURE,
NORTHAMPTON, MASS.
These wishing to get awnv from Ae heat of cities or
•the cares of business, wtU find tew as a«*liab.e «uoa
mot resorts It couples the roost romantic mountain
acrtierv with the best hotel accommodations; is easy
oiacccM. the railroad monitg through tha town: and
**S wsiSfcurelf connected with the hotd. where tn-
can. In addition, receive too best hydropathic
bucccso lu the treatment of m oman’s
dlM.*a*sca la well known The cure Is speedy and relia
ble These brought on bed* even are soon enabled
lo walk Over lour hunurec cases of spinal dlsctscs,
r»r o yrt*. and loss of the c*e of Uinb*. have baeuj re*
fctorec! • and numerous cure* have been made ol van
om Htnb!*otn dlffleultle* wnlch hadllflcerwdwitboat
hsli'lorjt-ara. For the su‘*e» In Ireatlng wore orti*
zaiy rou.plalats. and the gveat favor glvaa the Turk*
Ist ChtmiVcalandotaor Hath*.see Clrcalar. seat gratis.
Scaring jHadi'iiug.
I^sIWNGx
The Florence Sewing MacHni
MAZES rOUE DHTEBEKT STITCHES,
*IW Lock, Knot, Donblfc Lock fc Dcible Knot}
V.m a* much ea*e and facility as ordinary machine*
TnnhcoKß auich, &tid viUi as mUeor Its* machinery.
It oakthe tavaasniL* pxsnxonoa, which eatblw
Hit o.'*-ra.or. by tiiuj.lt turtles the thumb screw. to
yjt rCc work rur to the right or loft, to araT any
■mjt ol seam, or futon the eada of seano, without
fnrrJDR the fabric.
J t ruse IJOBD.T, eewt *ad Is elmoet soie»
the hxatimt orns isT work with equal fa
-a .»v vlthunl change of tcuslou or niacldnery.
r’-llaniniiK the length of Ujp atUcU. and from one kind
«» eUt& wmothff. can readily be dona while thema
anywidth of beta; fella, binds, braids, gath
a« neewry tools, and "BAEVXTM'S
whicTpimlca tno work lueic are tar
»i -bed w1 tt each machine. . .
AG KKTS WAKTED.-ror term, aamplee of HVt2|
and drcolars. address
FLOEUfCE EEWJJTO HfMiHuir CO
Istiammi.lMLtkMtteM. mkwhi
San King one <Ertfiangt.
THIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
J CHICAGO,—I h!s Irstl'otion. organized Uhdtr
tbcKatlonsl Hanking Law. I*l cited at
22 lASALLB STREET.
Capital, - - - - $250,030.
Is prepared to fartiL-b the usual faetlltle* to « irio
mersaodcorre«pond*'tfc e alicen Pr**id*'i.
EDW. E.BRAISTED. C«U!er,
Directors-—E Aikeo,LeLj.P.llct Uu*on.JoanO.
6h> imai). Siial WaPcrroii. Rvr> Ric** *vn i m»
NUk*i*>r. SaOjlQ. j). Howard. Tracy J. Branson,
W Alle-iop, 1>«- g*q-*»
RATIONAL “a 20” JLOaN
CincAOO, Jn!y2d, 1855.
We are authorized to comiuot> receiving eobscrlp
tJon* AI PAS for tbc
United Slates 5-20 Year Six Per
Cent. Bonds.
TTe deliver tiie Condo at oar Office free of all ex*
MUHf. bunkers and other*, wi«hUig to purchase
met e Bond*. vrll cad It f< >r ihOr Interest to commaal
cate with as before purchasing.
PBEBTOS, WHIABD & KBATT, Bankers,
And Agent# for Five-Twenty Loan,
Comer Clark and South yatersts.
JyfigSSSnct
ENDICOTT & CO.,
BAMEKBS,
Center Lake and Clark atre€ti«
A general bsTi Mn E bnalness transacted, jyl gMI 8m
ADVANCES ON PRODUCE.
Ji\. The undersigned are prepared, aa heretofore, to
mske advances or authorise draft* against Produce
shipped to their correspondent* in the prmctpal mar*
Bffte'Great Britain, BIDET ft GKAV7FOBD.
6t. Peter street. Montreal.
BsrcßXXCX—Bank of Toronto, Montreal.
royt6-e3SBSm '
r PHE MERCHANTS, FARMERS
X AND MKCHANICS EATING’S BANK.
52 Clark Street, Chicago, Hl*
Office hours from 10 A. H. to BP.M. Also, from BP
M. to BP.M. Tuesday and Saturday. .
INCORPORATED IN 1861.
Blx per cent. Interest paid on Barings.
DIBBOTOKB AND OFFICES*.
President—S. H. FLEETWOOD,
Vice-Prest—K. c. Sbkrman. Connsel-'Wx. C. Gottdt
Vice Pres t—P.E.WkstfalX. Cashier—Sidney krua
DO AND OF glitHKIBl
J. C. Fargo. J. M, Rountree. M. Lewis.
J.R. Jones! T. 8. Phillips. S. 8. Hare*.
J. llebm. RevJ) J>nnne,VG.C. 8. Dole,
K. 11. Williams, J. G. Glndelc, A. H. Barley.
Ed.Hempstead, T,H.Beebe. W.B.Scate*
H v manonj) j)J>. A, Gage. Hon. W.B. Ogden.
J. M. W. Jooea. W. £. Doggett. seß4-u6fe-ly
"RANK OF AMERICA.—PubIic
JD Notice 1* hereby given, that all Bills orClrcnlst
lugKotesof the
“BANK OF AIBDSRIOA,”
Heretofore Incorporated and doing bnalness in theetty
of Ctucago.nnderthegeaeral banking laws of the State
of DUnois, must be presented for payment to the Audi
tor of Public Accounts of said State, at his office. In
the city of Springfield. w:thtn three years from the
date hereof, or the (Unds deposited tor the redemption
of «sJd notes win be given up to said bank.
Dated this 20th day of Mav.A. D.lSflL
GEORGS EMITS, President.
K. W. Willard. Cashier. jy2£-g23aojel-64
J W. DREXEL & CO.,
43 CLABE STREET. CHICAGO,
Eeceive Deposits, Hake Advances npoa Pro*
dace in Stare and Shipments, and transact
Bead, Dezixl & Co* Dczxxl & Co.
Kew York. [myß dUSly] Philadelphia.
CARD.
The Marine Company of Chicago.
The Stockholders of this Institution bating contrib
uted and paid In
NEW CASH CAPITAL,
Tut. MAnrsx Coxtast or Chicago is now ready to
transact a Genera! Huslocss. and oilers its services to
customers and correspondent*, in all monied transac
tions. ruder its amended charter, two distinct da
partments are established;
1. A General Deposit* Collection and Loan
Department.
2. A Savings and Trust Department.
The bn sir ess and transactions of each department
are i eyulrtn to be entirely distinct at>u Independent of
cuchoiher.no that In no event shall tne funds of the
Savings Department be Jeoparded by the other cans
actions or business ol said Company.
Jt-T-eWSSrn
(JUminussion ffltrcnanw
L'URBISH & EGLESTON,
X FORWARDING AND
commission beuchants,
And Agents fur the sale of Sugars and Syrup*.2l Elver
street Chicago. A supply ol Portland »agars always
on hand: also. Philadelphia Bogan and Syrups.
jeaG-gcnsw
■OATES, STONE & CO n
X> PRODUCE
commission ncERCHiNTS,
219 South Water street. Chicago.
We have removed one door vest ol our old stand,
where we Lave greater facilities for our increasing
business. myS-uV *-12w
COMMISSION MEBCHAXTB,
Particular attention given to oioen for Flonr. Orals.
Wool. Ac. Libera] advances made on consignments to
Buffalo, New York, Boston and Montreal. _ _
Warehouse 82 and 81 South Water street. Chicago. IU.
j. r.gppc, [se29-u53My r. a. pinna.
PEARCE & CO.,
T COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
206 Boot i Water street, (up stairs) Chicago. IU.
Advances made on consignment? to Woodruff A Co*
New York, and Henlag A Woodruff. St. Lotus.
J 05x170 3m
AKIfJ & CO.,
coannssioN btehchants,
186 South Water street. Liberal advances made ox
Flour. Grain and Pro visions, to be sold here or by
FM. a, BROWN & CO* New York.
A. AX!K. 7. H. HVBLUUT
Q H. COWAN & CO.,
* 241 LAKE STREET,
v iu yty the highest market price for Wool. Hass
PiXTß.llAns.oii>MxTaLS,DEKswaxand Gc-’aiso.
mygi-eMSgm
irrOBSETS IHD COUNSELLORS IT LAW,
H<%on* 5. Portland Block, southeast corner Dearborn
a;>d Washington streets. Chicago, p. O. Drawer 5953.
oiutEST o. valxer. [myj. ei«3-sm] z. s. thomab
VAN WAQENEN & CO„
T GENERAL
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
IfS South Water street. Chicago. Cash advances made
on consignments to Buffalo, Oswego and New York,
with privilege of sale at either place,
r d tivirifltvM U.BL SOItDAK. XOSOOS U.7BOBOCK.
Ue4-c7M iml
OJLBERT, UPDIKE & CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 20 Lasalle street Chicago. P. O Drawer SDSS
Exchange on St. Loal* Wanted.
C. J. OTUU’ET. ) STAJIAED, OILHEBT *CO.
o. w. itdiu, > No. S City Bnildlcgs.
z. o. tTAKAED. ) - Qe37-g73S6m’! SL Louis.
ADVANCES.
KJ S. MOCHESNEY.
Produce And Commission Merchant,
No. 2 Pardee’s Building, cor. 6. Water and Wells sts*
will give psnlcnlarattenUonlo the purchase aud salp
jrent of Gm!n. Hour, Ac., and will make cash ad*
vanecson Produce lor sale in Buffalo, Oswego qrNew
York markets. JeaQglfia sm
COOLEY & CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
46 Lssalle street. Office No. L
x.nntzXAK,{ Formerly of
j BaSPKTT. (Wright, Bhcrman & Co.
c o coolzt. late with Awing. Briggs & Co.
nivs-o®o-8m
JJENISTOH & CO.,
coheoission hebcilints,
LIVEBFOOL.
Eitsbexces:—Messrs.Page.Richardson A Co*BoßtoiL
Middleton A Co* New York.
Bnow A Burgess. do.
Johnston A Bayley. do.
wfctb advances made on consignments of Pro rial oca
Flour, Ac* to the abovehonseby
HENRY MILWARD,
dclbylbUy IS Laaallft streat. Chicago.
flUilinnai
m M M
DR. SWEET’S
Infallible Liffiment,
THE
great external remedy,
'l OR GOUT. NEURALGIA. LTTM*
BAGO, STIFF MXK
URT ISV3. CUTS AND WOUNDS. PILES,
HEADACHE. AND ALL RHEUMATIC
AND NERVOUS DISORDKIH.
-*or all of wide*: It 1* a speedy and certain remedy
t d Lever laila. This Liniment is orepared from the
i ci.c of Dr. Stcpheii Sweet, of Connecticut, the
♦ i-*ou6 bone setter, and has been used la hla practice
lur more «t»aw twenty years with the most nßtonPnlng
' ♦yPaN alleviator OF PAIN, it la unrivalled
br anv preparation before the public, of which the
i/ort skeptical may be convinced by a single trial.
L ril- UrJn-crt will cure rapidly and radically. Hheu*
i atlcDUoul* ™ cf every kind, aud In thousands ol
c • s>> where It has been used Ituaa never been kaowr
1 /ok NEURALGIA, It will afford immediate rellel
In ei.-c.-y case, however distressing.
It wfil relieve the worst cases of HEADACHE in
l!.rce n.lnutet«. and is warranted to do It.
TuOTIiACHF also willtt cure Inrtautly
FOR NERVOUS DIT3ILITY AKITGSNEBAL LAS*
Hyt DK. arising from ImprodcuCh or excess, this
liu’ii.fut U a most hapay and unfailing remedy. Act*
S :g dlrecCy upon the nervous tissues, it strengthens
*:•<!reviving*the fyr.em, end restores!: to cUstlclty
aud vtpor.
rt)K FILES.—As an external remedy, we claim that
j. Is the natT known, and we challenge the world to
produce an equal. Every vtetlm of this distressing
c-itnploltt riiotdd give It a trial, for It will not f»U t«
auord Immediate relief, and in a majority of cases will
effect a radical cure.
Ql INSY AND SORE THROAT are sometimes ex
trcmely mallgnart and dauccroue, but a timely apnll
cation of thlr- Liniment win never fan t« carer
fiPKAINb are sometimes very obstinate, and enlarge,
r.eut of tbejolotals Uableto MCurif neglected. The
w onrt case may be conquered by this Liniment la twa
or nKmsSf’‘coTS, tvottkiis. sores, ulcbbs.
JtUKKS AN*D scalds, yield readily to the wou.’er
fu* healing proj>ertl** of Da. * ktji Ivfallinnx
LiVTZZtrr,when used sccordlns:to dlremtons.
rHILI'LAVNS, FHOSTKD FJtKT, AND IKBBCI
Err LB AND BTINGS.
Every Horse Owner
{Should bare tbl« remedy at band, for its timely cae at.
foe first appearance of Lameness trill effectually pre
vent those formidable disease*, to which ab bones are
liable, end which rendered maty ether vise valuable
horses nearly worthiest.
Over four hundred voluntary testimonial! to the
wonderful curative properties of thla Liniment have
hetm received a Ithla the last two year*, and many of
them from persona la the highest ranks of Ufa.
CAUTION.
Ts avoid Imposition, observe the Signature andLßce
ness of Dr. Stephen Sweeten every label, and also
“fitephea Sweet's Infallible Liniment" blown la the
glass of each bottle, without which none are genuine.
DICHAItDSON A CO..
6olel*roprtetori. Korwldt. Ct.
ror Mia b» IjOKD & fiWITH, Oeaen.l Water®
..vs&s,. I** 1 ** ,u ” t - <aic * lo - g&s^sr
Cl]ti:ago fxibtmc.
SATURDAY. JULY 4, 1803.
[Fronrthc Atlantic Monthly for Jalj.]
IBS WIMITH OF ODIN.
»T H. W. LONGFELLOW.
The guests were loud, the ale was strong,
King OlaX fcaftod late and long;
Tlic hoary Scald* together sang;
O'erhead th»' smoky rafters rang.
Scan rides Sir Horten of Fogeleang.
The door swung wide, with creak and din;
A bluet of cold nlghtalr came In,
And on the thret-hold shivering stood
An aged man. with cloak and hood.
Bead rides Sir Morteh of Fogdsang.
The King exclaimed. “O graybeard pale, •
Come wirm thee with this cap of ale.*
The foamirgdraneht the old man quaffed,
The noisy gm-st* looked oa aud laughed*
Bead rides Sir Morten of Fogelsaug.
Then spake the King: ** Be not afraid;
Sit here by me.” The gnest obeyed.
And, sealed at the table, told
Tales of the sea, and Sagas old.
Bead rides Sir Morten of Fogeleang.
And ever when the tale was o’er,
The King demanded yetono more;
♦Till Sigurd, the Bishop, smiling, said.
“ ’Tie late. O King, ana time for bed."
Bead rides Sir Morten of Fogdsasg.
The King retired; the Btranger guest
Followed and entered with the rest; :
The lights weie out, the pages gone,
But Bull the garrulous raest spake on.
Bead ndca sir Morten of Fogelsang.
As one who from avolume reads,
Be spake of heroes and their deeds;
Of lands and cities he bad Been,
And stormy gulfs that tossed between.
Bead rides Sir Morten of Fogclsaug.
Then from bis lips in music rolled
The Havaiual of Odin old,
With sounds myeterioue as the roar
Of billows on a distant shore.
Dead rides Sir Morten ofFogelsang.
“ Do we not leant from ranee and rhymes
Made by the Gods in elder tiroes,
And do not btill the great Scalds teach
Tl«at silence better is than speech?’*
Bead rides Sir Morten of Fogelsaog.
Smiling at this, the King replied,
44 Thy lore is by thy tongne belied;
For never was I so enthralled
Either by Suga-mau or Scald.”
Bead ndc»Sir Morten of Fogelaang.
The Bishop said. “ Late hours wc keep!
Night wanes, O King! ’tietime for sleep!”
Then slept the King, and when he woke.
The guist was gone, the morning broke.
Bead rides Sir Morten ofFogelsang.
They fonnd the doors securely barred.
They fonnd the watch-dog in the yard.
There was no foot print iu the grass,
And none had te*;« the stranger pass.
Bead tides Sir Morten of Fogclsaug.
King Olaf crossed himself and said,
“I Slow that Odin the Great is dead;
Sure is the triumph of our Faith,
The white-haired stranger was his wraith.”
Bead rides Sir Morten of Fo.'Cisaog.
UTAH CORRESPONDENCE.
An Interesting Habeas Corpus Case—
The After Voting—
. Scad Uoates Found—Gov. Harding
Jbux>en*cded—A Case
[Special Correspondence Chicago Tribune.]
GitEAT Salt Lake Citt, June 15,15U3.
Considerable excitement has prevailed in
<1»1r city and Tlclnity iu regard to a certain
case o{ habeas corpus, which came before Judge
Drake a few weeks since. As it involves some
of the M points of difierence” between 44 this
people ” and the rest of the world, it may in*
terest your readers.
In October last, Mrs. McMillen and her two
daughters, by a former husband, arrived In
this city. They left Scotland devotees of.the
Mormon faith, and expected to find on their
arrival here, that peace and purity, which
Mormon missionaries so persistently preach.
On arriving in the Valley, the family found
difficulty in obtaining the necessaries of life,
and the old lady, being rather more energetic
than her husband, made application at several
places for employment for herself and daugh
ters, Among others, she applied to an “El
der in Israel,*’ and in answer received a
proposition from this charitable personage to
take both herself and daughters as wives, in
addition to several others which he already
“ ojrjifd.” When the woman told him she
hud a husband already, he said, “I know It,
but if he cannot supportyoa he is not worthy
of yon, and yon should marry some one who
can provide lor you.** This aroused the in
dignation of the mother, and the delusion in
to which she had fallen about the peace and
happiness, the fullness of joy which she hod
believed wonld be here when she arrived at
the Holy City, began to give way before this
demonstration of 44 brotherly love.”
Mrs. McMillen secretly resolvedto preserve
the chastity of herself and daughters, and at
the earliest opportunity to leave the country
where such degrading vices were tolerated.
She came to the city to find employment, nod
was induced to go to Camp Douglas, where,
through the kindness of Gen. Connor, she ob
tained honorable employment.
As soon as the old lady became comfortably
situated, she endeavored to get her daughters.
The Mormons had .worked hard to prejudice
tire children against the mother, telling them
that she was living in a state of open prosti
tution, and would sacrifice them also, if they
went to her. But the- energies and affection
of the mother were not to be overcome in
tliat way; she proceeded to the settlement,
and with a little force and a mother's strata
gem, succeeded in getting the youngest
daughter away. The Mormons had locked
her up In a room for some time previous, but
on this occasion she was at the theatre, and
ti;c mother took her away from her compan
ions and bore her off in triumph.
As Gen. Connor was fitting out a train for
Euby Valley, she resolvedto avail herself of
Ibis opportunity to leave the country. Her
eldest daughter, Agnes Lowry, had been left
at the settlement iu the employ of John Pock.
On the 20th of April, the mother went to the
house of John Tack, and to her surprise
ound that her daughter was not there; she
hod gone to Ward Pack’s, son of the former.
She then went to Ward’s, and from the con
versation perceived that her daughter’s mind
had been prejudiced against her. She, how
ever, warned her against polygamy, and re
ceived assurance from her that she would
never countenance or embrace it The moth"
er then left and returned to Camp Douglas.
The expedition to Bnby would move on the
Cth of May, and on the 27th of April, accom
panied by four persons, Mrs. McMillen went
again to the house of Ward Pack, and en
deavored to obtain her daughter. Agues came
cut of the house and her mother claimed the
right to take her away. She threw her arms
around Agues and drew her towards the gate,
when two men, Ward Pock and another man,
came out, threw both mother and daughter
violently to the ground, tore the girl away
from her and took her into the house.
The old lady, bruised and beaten, was pre
vented from entering the house orhavjng any
further communication with her daughter, by
Pack, who stood in the door with a revolver
in his hand.
Pack alleged that he was married to Agnes
the Friday previous, at Salt Lake City, and
promised to go down and produce the certi
ficate, and convince her that such was the
fact. This information so astounded the old
lady that she was induced to say, that if Pack
could produce the evidence that they were
legally married, she wonld go away and give
herdaughtcr up.
Ae she was leaving, about 100 Mormon’s
from the settlement surrounded Pack’s house,
and In due form of a mob, took into custody
the two.men who remained, to. accompany
Pack and Agnes to tbe city. These men were
threatened with death by tbe mob, Insulted lu
various ways, detained by violence all night,
and next morning taken before a Magistrate,
accused of assault and battery, and sent down
to the camp for military trial.
Subjjcenas were issued for Agnes and Pack
on the trial, but they were not to be found.
Tbe men were acquitted.
The failure of Pack to come to tbe city as
he agreed, and the fact that he could not
be found when the subpoena was issued, led
to the conclusion that his allegation of mar
rinire to Agues was false.
On the 2d of May Mrs. McMlUcn presented
her petition to his honor, Thomas J. Drake,
j raying for a writ of habeas corpus , whereby
she'might recover the custody and control of
her daugher Agnee.
The Judge issued the writ and placed It In
the hands of United States Marshal Gibbs, to
be served- On the evening of the 8d the Mar
shal notified the Judge that the parties were
in wal ing at the Court room, w hereupon the
Judge proceeded thither. Pack, by his conn
ed, made return of the writ in he following
words: 44 1 return this writ, the within named
Agnes Lowry being now in the Court, she be
ing of lawful age, and *he lawful wife of the
within named ward Pack.”
The counsel then moved that the parties he
discharged, on the ground that Agnes was the
wife of said Pack, and as such, was free from
the control of her mother.
The Judge said the return would require evi
dence to support it, and that the complainant,
Mrs. McMillen, must be notified. The Court
took a recess of two hours and a half; to give
time to the complainant to be present. The
trial continued, by request o. the defendant,
until midnight.
The complainant, having proved that Agues
Lowry was her daughter; that die was under ■
eighteen years cf age, and that'she was un
lawfully and by force restrained of her liberty,
ie*tcd her case.
The first witness called on the part of the
defense was Wilford Woodruff! one of the
“Twelve.” He testified that be was at a
louse In the Temple Block (Endowment!
House), on Friday evening, April isth; that I
he saw Ward Pack married to one Agnes !
Lowry, and that Daniel H. Wells performed
the ceremony.
Judge W. W. Phelps, who personates the
Devil m the Endowment ceremonies, was next
called. He testified that he saw Pock married
to a person whom they called Agnes Lowry,
and that Brigham Young performed- the cere
,UUpon this positive contradiction, Brother
Woodruff took Bro. Phelps aside, and; gave
him some Instructions, after which he returned
and said, “Igucssßro.Wellstftdniarryuiem.
Tes, lam sure he did; but I goto so many
weddings there, that I get them all mixed
up.” This witness testified with a reckless
ness that hbowed utter disregard of troth, and
clearly established his title to the cognomen
of his illustrious prototype, the Fatter of
Ides.
The evidence .being ail in, the Court ad*
onrned to 9 o’clock next morning.'
. The Court room was densely crowded dur
ing the examination, and some slight demon
strations of disturbance were made, and It
was evident tb*t many were around with pis
tols and bludgeons
Tuesday Morning, May sth, 1363.
The court heard a short argument from the
defendant’s counsel, in which he left 'he
whole matter to the Court, and as he could
not leave it to any one else,{ it was no great
condebcention, even fur a Mormon lawyer.
Judge Drake, in a very dignified and im
pressive manner then delivered the following
opinion:
The case under consideration is one of some
impoitance. It involves the right to control and
direct a person who bus arrived at years or discre
tion.
Mrs.McMUlen, as the mother and only surviving
parent of Agn«s Lowry, a woman claiming the
right to Lave the custody, control, and care or said
Agnes.
The respondent. Ward Pick, in whose custody
Agues is found, claims to control her as being her
husband. The return which be has made to tha
•w rlt of habeas corjru*, In the following words: “1
return this writ,tlu| within named Agnes Lowry
bine no»* before the court —she being of lawful
age, and the lawful wife of the within Ward Pack,”
indicating, If it indicates auy thing, that the. re
spondent claims the custody and control of Agnes,
1 y rcasonand by virtue of tne marital rights which
it is claimed exists between them.
In support of his claim the respondent. adduces
testimony to prove that on or about Ibe Isth of
April last be was married to the said Agues, in
. form, according to the enstom of the country. 1
do not consider It necessary to comment at large
upon the testimony offered to prove ihata marriage
i « semony was pefonued between the said Agnes
and the respondent, although there is much in
it about which one might cavil, aud censure-ought
rest upon it. Tet. 1 am inclined to consider that
point established by the evidence adduced.
By the return of tbereeponient, the &S® of Agnes
became a question equally important with
tliat ot their marriage ceremony—precisely what
the respondent means by the word “lawful
ate,” may be a matter of conjecture.
Whatever it may be, the coart considers it as al
leiiging that the said Agues is of that age, when
parental restraints, pa; ental control, and the right
of parental custody cuares—upon this point the
evidence' offered by the respondent Is, ; in the
opinion of the-court, wholly Inadequate, without
ref erring at all to the conflict of testimony upon
tl l» poli.t— that offered by the respondent does not
pi o'e that the said Agues was. at the time oftho
■ alleged mairince. or is now. of that age when she
ceases to be under the control of her parent..
The reciprocal duties and obligations’ of parent
and child-are snch that we should be led into a
wide field were we to attempt u discussion ot* even
but u lew of them. It must suffice here to ray, in
the opinion of the court, there duties and obliga
tions, rights and privilege?, continue intbelaw
until the child arrives at the age of twenty-one
f »-ar«s whetc there isno statutory provisions Hmlt
ng the minority of the child to an carHcrday.
While the parental authority exists, and is exer
cised with humanity, it Is supreme—however con
trary it may he to the inclinations of the child.
Marital rights or authority, obtained during the
minority of the child, whether male or female, with
out thu consent of the parent or guardian, cannot
he peimitted to override and displace those of the
p rent.
The rights of the parent may be varied. Marital
obligations may he permitted to intervene du
ring the minority of the child oftentimes to the
•neat advantageof the child, as well as the joy of
the parent. But to this end the consent of the pa
rent must he obtained.
There are circnmstanccs Burrounding the mar*
riageof the respondent to Agnes Lowry, which
cannot he overlooked.
It is alleged that at the time of tbeassamed mar
riage to Agues, be bad another wife with
whom, and her children, several in
number, be was living and cohabiting. Proof that
the respondent was before the time of bis assumed
marriage to Agues, cohabiting with a woman,
which w oman ho called bis wife, and introduced
her as such, and that the same woman was living
at the bonse of respondent after this assumed mar
riage to Agues, is before the coart. To this ev|.
deuce the respondent has made no reply, nor offer
ed any explanation, be having had full opportunity
to do cither, and having omitted to make any ex-
I'auatlou. The presumption which was created
jy this evidence, becomes by his secrcsy, a con
clusion.
And a very painful conclusion it Is, for if the
ccDtlusioD be a correct one, the respondent is
unity of a palpable, of a gross violation of a law of
:he United States, and under circumstances of an
aggravating character, considering what has been
dune to bring the provisions oMhat.law to the
knowledge ottUie people. The court is impressed
with theoclicf that there is not a male inhabitant
ii, the Territory who has reached the age of discre
tion, whole not familiar with the provisions of
tl-ai Jaw.
If this statns of the respondent was such at tho
time of the assumed marriage to Agues Lowry, ho
violated thcprovMons of that law, then this as
sumed marriage to Agues Lowry, however solemn
ly performed, was wholly and totally void, and the
court Is by the evidence, impelled to this opinion.
Theiefore, the decision of the court is that the
custody and control of the said Agnes Low
ry belong to her mother, AunesP, McMillen, not
to the respondent. Ward Pack, aud that the said
Agnes Lowry bo placed in the custody of her
mutiny, the complainant, and that the Marshal Is
In tehy ordered to carry this decision of the court
itto execution.
TJ. S. Marshal Gibbs then told the mother
that she could take her daughter, and told the
daughter she could go with her mother, al
though the Judge had previously told him
that he must place the daughter la the cus
t' dy of the mother and keep her there, until
she could take her quietly away.
The vast assemblage now began to more
and show signs of uneasiness.
At the request of Mrs. M., Judge Drake took
the young Miss Lowry and wentout for a car
riage.
While pasting through the crowd their lan
guage and actions were insulting and menac
ing Old Pack and others men rushed up to
i) rs. M. and pinched and snubbed her, and
tore her daughter from her. She fled for her
life, the mob took the girl and with shouts
at d yells of triumph bore her away, in open
defiance of the decision of the court.
This and many other like occurrences, prove
conclusively, that no order or decree of a
Federal court can be enforced here against a
Mormon, In the present state of things. The
question is forced upon us and must be met
sooner or later, whether a brawling territory,
Containing from forty to fifty thousand peo
ple, mostly foreigners of all the lower orders,
shall submit to the authority of the General
Government, or continue openly and vaunt-
Ugly to set it at defiance.
*nrg SPIRITS AFTER BRIGHAM.
The spirits Lave taken possession of Belg
ium's new theatre, and arc ‘‘taking down the
home” in a manner quite sta»tllug to tho»c
xv ho have witnessed their performances. A
large tool chest was taken from the stage and
transferred to the first dress circle, by spirit
ual bands. The curtain rose, and a play. “The
Charcoal Burner, or, The Dripping Well of
Kuareeboro,” was pat upon the boards in fine
style. As the play progressed, the cartain
rue and fell as required by the changing
scenes, and to judge by the dapping, cheer
ing, and stamping, the spirit audience was
b'ghly delighted. Most exquisite music is
alto discoursed by these unseen performers.
This is a serious annoyance to Brigham, as
be intended to open the theatre some time
ago. and some of his performers are herefrom
a distance. These are,Jor propose to be, the
spirits of departed “saints,” whoure displeas
ed with Brigham for having taking the “ tem-
Elc money” to build a theatre. They say they
are come after their money, and don’t in
tend to leave until they get it. The “ honest
saints” believe this to be a judgment sent up
on them for their wickedness, aud are greatly
alarmed.
DEAD BODIES FOUND.
A few weeks since, the remains of a woman
and child were lonnd in Red Bute Kiuiyon, on
the top of a high bluffy a short distance above
Camp Douglas. From the state in which the
bodies were found, they must have been there
more than a year.
The -Mormons say that the woman’s re
mains are those of Lavinia Middleton, who
became convei ted to spiritualism by oue Eddy,
who was here several years ago. She became
so affected with lunacy that sue was, at times,
unable to do anything, never staying long In
one place. Three or four years ago, she left
the place where she was stopping, and was
never heard of afterwards. They have no
theory in regard to the child.
A CAVE.
A cave has lately been discovered near Black
Kock at the Southern extremity of Great Salt
Luke, and about twenty-five miles from this
city.
The entrance is about eleven feet wide, live
feet high, and some seventy feet long. The
walls are perpendicular and of solid rock.
Passing through an aperature in the wall, you
cuter a grand hall, fifty feet long, thirty feet
high, and six feet wide* You then descend
ana travel through a passage about two hun
dred and twenty feet long, tour feet wide, and
from fifteen to seventy feet in height.
A number of human skulls and other bones
weie found upon the floor of the cave, and
me small bones ou the ledges of the wall.
The floor is soft and seems to consist of de
composed bones.
On the walls, near the entrance, are some
hieroglyphics of spears and animals. The
whole length of the cave is about 330 feet.
The Indians on tho “line” arc ngain
troublesome. Two men, employees orthe
Western Line, "were killed on the 10th last.,
hy a. roving baud of Indians, near the point ol
the mountain, only about twenty miles from
this city. The men were horribly mutilated,
and the scalps taken off the entire head.
Soldiers are tent out now with every stage,
to protect the mail and passengers.
lien. Connor and his escort returned about
two weeks since, having laid ont SodaSprlugs
City, ou the extreme northern bead ot Bear
Hirer, and in the vicinitv of Soda or Steam
b- at Springs. He reports the valley of Bear
Eiver as extremely beautiful, aud tar superior
in every respect to ibis. The emigration en
routefor Washington Territoryand the Beaver
Head and Salmon River mines will pass
through the new city. Very many of those
going to California will take this route, as it
ii nearer and aflords much better water and
grass.
COT. HABDING SUPERSEDED.
Gov. Harding left this city on the 11th Inst.,
by the Eastern stage, for his new field of labor
as Consul to Valparaiso. Chili.
J. Duane Doty, late Superintendent of In
dian Affairs for Utah, and Ex-Governor of
Wisconsin, is the newly appointed Executive
for Utah. He is at present on a tour to the
new territory, whither he went to try If pos
sible to make peace with the Bannocks aud
other tribes who have committed so many
murders and depredations on the emigrants
going to the northern mines. He and Gen.
Connor succeeded in making a treaty with a
small band on Snake River.
A large body of Sbosbono or Snake Indians
met at Fort Bridger lately, and scut word to
Gen. Connor to come aud make peace with
them, which he very willingly did. They sur
rendered about 150 stolen horses, and said
they wished to live in peace with the whites.
TbeGtneral caused Washekee, the chief whom
they deposed last year, because ho was in favor
of peace, to be reinstated. The Indians said
they had been incited to murder aud rob tbo
whites, ly the Mormons, and that they ex
pected help from them at the battle of Bear
River, but were disappointed.
The Troy (N, T.j Whig, in former
days in politics what its name designates; in
later years an American organ of the Fillmore
stripe; latterly a venomous Copperhead
organ, has become finally a u Conservative
Republican” sheet, and will advocate the
piisdples of conservatism, if any one knows
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Five to Ten Thousand Pounds Doily,
Ard rc’nrn the packages for more Batter. Call on me
In the ba-ftoet tof 49 South Water street, or address
po»t Ofrce Box 667. Consignment* solicited.
Jcia gl4Sim DANIEL W.DAKE.
TfRENCH ARTIFICIAL EYES.
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
MOST PERFECT WORKMANSHIP.
Can bo worn without pain. Call and examine them,
oroddress
CALE BROTHERS,
Dealers In Druggists Novelties, 202 Randolph street.
Chicago. Illinois.
VLOUR BARREL STAVES
Jl? and heading.
4C0.C00 Oak Flour Barrel Slaves,
2C0.0C0 Ash Hoops,
ForfalebyMAOlLL A LAIHUM. JegtgTlS-lOt
TT'ISHIITG—At Clarke Station,
S’ on the Calomel Itlvor, one boar's ride from Chi.
capo by P. F. tv. * C. U.R.. la fairly Inansarated,
Pickerel and bnts aiecanght in great qnauUtles dally.
»r<l the AUDUBON HOUSE Is now In floe order for
thr urcomtncdaUon of all who may wish to try their
bawl at trolling. Come out andjudge foryonrself.
Jel9-g42S-lm D. B HODGES. Proprietor.
QATTLE SALT.
1000 BWs. at SI.SO per bbl,
. For sale by
HAWK IBS, SMITH & CO„
Jyßh4-lwls Commission Merchants. 15 Lasalle-st.
MANUFACTURED TOBACCO.
SCO Boxes and Caddies,
Desirable shapes.
For sole by HAWKINS. SMITH * CO..
JyS bSlwla Commission Merchants. 15 Lasalle-st.
T>RACKETT & GREGORY.
JL> ATTORS’ETS AND
COUNSEILOBS AT LAW,
Nc. 43 Claik sin et. Rooms Nos I and j, Chicago. 111.
Post Office Drawer 5775.
ZDW.g.BRACKET. 1J}3c9792w1bl DA>~‘LP. ORSOOBY.
■VTEW POTATOES. —Just re-
X V ccivedaod for sale a choice lot ot
M JEW POTATOES.
Coll and see them at 129 South Water street.
hSgSSCSt M. D. DAVIS.
Tlf ONET TO LOAN". —*10,000 to
XVa Loan on first class farms located near pood
markets. Address ercloslrgstamplorreply.HOLMES
& BROTHER. P. O Drawer 5906.N0. 4 Dole s Build*
it g. Chicago, Illinois, JeSt-gatf-lm
T'BE mutual LIFE INSUR-
I ANCE CO. ol New York. P. 9. Winston, Presi
dent, Cash Assets February Ist, 1853.
$0,225,110.79.
O CRONKIUTE. General Agent fop Northern and
Central Ullpols.No. SCtarkst.. Chicago. jellgSMy
Tl If CALLISTEE.HALL & LIVERMORE
GENERAL
coitmissioN ifiEßCHAjnrs,
2S3South Water street, Chicago. 111. P O. Box SC77.
v-anted-300.000 lbs. of Wool, on Eastern orders,
gv.cror White Winter and Spring Wheat Flour for
CiijTr.de. Je13g3034w
MIGHT SCAVENGER.—CharIes
I_N Kunx will attend to the cleaning of Vaults, Priv
ity and the removal of offensive matter of alldescrlp*
tloas.spoUedraeats.deadanimale t &c..&o. Rainwater
cisterns cleaned and purified. Particular attention
g«en to the removal of stable manure. All work at
uded to with promptness and dispatch, and at hour
nest suitable. Post office Box 4149. jeu>-g299-lm
"PILES! PILES!! PILES 11!
I Dr.'Wltfleld’s Vegetable pais surpass all other
remedies In the rapid and radical cure of Piles. Testl
n.oLitb from ladles and gentlemen who have been
cor* dby their use. Price «) Cents per Box. Sold by
a-lDnjggbts.nndby the Proprietor. J. YOUNG. 4SL
Broadway. N.T. Bent by mall to any address.
Jea-gty-lwli .
TO BRITISH . RESIDENTS.
From the first of July until the first of August. I
shall have an office In Chl-ago. at 122 Washington st,
opposite the Conit House (Mr. Alexander Waite a )
oifce horns—lo AM. unUI2P.M., (Saturdays evcei t
ed> Post Office Box SO. J. EDWARD WILKINS.
11 B.M. Consul, at Chicago, __ _
EteldlDpuDdcrlDstructioDsatSt. Louis je23g>S3la
QALT, LIME, &c.— A constant
O supply of New York and Michigan
SALT,
Lime. Water Lime. Stucco. Land Plaster. Ac., on hand
and for sale by ALUKRT K. NEELY,
General CommUsloo riercaant,
jfij-gftrr 236.255& 210 South Water street.
£f| TONS TOBACCO-Of reliable
t,' V/ And standard Kentucky brands. In boxes. hall
boxes and caddies; also, fine cut chewing and smok
ire of approved manufacture, la barrels, naif barrws
*e foreale at curreutratesby „ _
*C„ ior PARSONS. PITKIN A HANKHY.
»u"-t294-lT 71 South Waterstrea
a LBERT MORSE & CO.,
J\_ PBODUOR
COMMISSION HERCHiNTS,
Ko lE6 South Water street, (Aiken's Building.
* Chicago. Illinois.
• gyßosinesa confined strictljnm Commisrjon._gj
-RAFFLE —Of great interest to all
ll gaioon keepers. One Four Stroke Boer Pump,
made by Stephen Lano. Jr„ 217 Canal street. N. Y.: to
heialßed for at T. n \LL'S. 113 nearhom street, next
door to Dearborn Street Opera House, ou the 2M day
of.Tniy. Je27-«735-2w
q-'O LOAN—
J "$A000 AT 8 PER CEST. INTEREST
Or improved property. Address Post Office Box 6213.
jyfreWlft ;
TVR.BOYNTON’S PETROLEUM
I / Metallc and Roofing
TARIMISH,
Unsousled for Isos Wonr. Booting Purposes and
for Srn* Painting, LOUD A SMITH.
le2-eIS9-lP 38 Lake-et.»'Wholesale Western Ag eats.
KAA BAGS COFFEE!.—Rio, Mar
t)vv acalbo an#* costa Sica, lair to prime, arrlv-
Kjgm * HANKKT^
South Watt? itreet.
fnisrdlantotis.
K. HARRIS’ IMPROVED
“nOBKOIf BEATEtt”
HAY PRESS.
ABpersons desiringtheadvantages of this cc] ehra
ted Press, or alrhUg the exclusive monopoly I'' «& B
ner of tie s-tno tor ary specified territory. are hiireny
i oUCetl ti.at we are now manufactoring tie aame.tfxmer
STATION ART OR PORTABLE,
8s desired; and win furbish the Pres* all complete and
In working order on short notice It luu been tested
la evtry parUcmar, and bos proved Itself
THE BEST IN USE,
and the only cne which will make hales soltab’n for
profitable shipment by railroad. Ten toes may be
loaded ard snipped It* an ordinary box cor. As now
mproved.lt has the additional
ADVANTAGE OF PORTABILITY
and may be retnp ard nsedlndependent of any fra Tie
work cr attachment to a turn or bnlldiug ol *ay kind.
Send for a HayPrcrS Clrcol'-r.
Galesburg, nimoU. Junelo,le«3. „
# ° J. p. FROST & CO.
I have legally authorized.lP. Profit* Co. to maaa
f»cimetteiluUMuN UEITER PRESS, wlta sllpa
tented Improvements, and to pell and transfer, os
apeitMorm-, theexcloelverichttn anynoaoid t-trrl
torvoftteFnlttd State* bydeed.emPracinrihepro
tecllon of the oilglual extension patent*, andaiso the
three original patent* granted to me.secarlog the ex
clusive use of Beatxb la connection with any form of
Press. JOHN K, HAIIRI3,
Post Office address. AUenavßle. Switzerland County.
Indiana, Je27-g*rsi-;lw
TO MILLERS OR MER
CHANTS.—The undersigned offers for sale the
Steam Flooring Mills known as
“PRAIRIE MILLS,”
With Cooper Shops and Cattle Yard,
Situated In the Town of Fulton, State of lowa, the
stcocd station on the M. & M. Railroad, sixteen miles
from the City of Davenport.
This >lOl has three rnn of fonr foot burr stones, and
Is caoable of grtnalrg two hundred barrels of Floor
per day. and has ample power and is well snppUed
with water, and Is not far from coal banka for tie oh*
talcing of fuel. and has a aide track for the convenient
shipping of Floor.
The location of this Min Is in the centre of an exten*
alve wheat growing region, and can have a large ran
of custom business In addition to Its merccanl work.
This property originally cost about ten thousand
dollar* and is now offered lor the sum of Four Tbou
eni-H Dollars, on terms favorable to tne purchaser.
Forfartherpamcnlara apply to A. C. FULTON, on
the premises, or to . ..
GEO. L. DAVENPORT,
Davenport. lowa.
Jel4-gSI6-4w
'J'O GRAIN SHIPPERS
Tie Richards Manufacturing Co.
Are now maaafactnrlDgl
HICHARDS 5
IRON CORN SHEIXER
Double Screen Separator,
For Warehouses, Distilleries, Mills
and Farms,
WITH LATE IMPROVEMENTS.
CAPACITY :
No, 0—5,000 to 10,000 Bushels per day.
No. 1—2,000 to 4,000 “ “
No. 2—1,000 to 2,000 “ “
No. 3 200 to 1,200 “ “
No. 4 SOOtO 000 “ “
Claims of Superiority:
1. They shell clean from the Cob In every
concltlon of Grain.
2. They do not cut or grind the Corn.
3. They dean the Grain In perfect condi
tion for Market.
4* They are built EYITRELT OF IBONs
combining great strength, simplicity and dura
bility, and are universally acknowledged, as
now perfected, the
CHAMPION OF THE WORLD.
Testimonials :
We have six of Richards’ Shellers; have
shelled nearly a Million Bushels of Corn; we
commend them to the Grain Shippers of the
West, after ample trial and experience.
ILL. CENT. B.E. CO.
"We think the Machine superior to all others
They shell perfectly clean from the Cob, with
out breaking the Grain.
(Signed J HIGH. CENT. B. B. CO.
We commend them to all Grain Shippers.
(Signed,)
STUBGES, BUCKINGHAM & CO.
PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS
For Warehouses. Elevators, Shaft
ing, PuUies, Belting, Buckets,
and Warehouse Machinery,
Furnished to Order.
New and Second-Hand
Portable and Stationary Engines
Of the most approved styles.
Circulars Furnished upon Application
RICHARDS MANUFACTURING CO.
190 & 192 WasMngton-st,
P.0.80x 732. CHICAGO.
[nySl-eSDMy]
QYER 10,000 FARMERS
Trongliont the Western States,
Will CORROBORATE the statement that the OLD
WET.TAHT.E
Bnfialo Pitt’s Threshing Machine
IS THE
BEST MACHINE
Now In use for threshing our Western Grain,
Bead Quarters Nos. 95 and 97 West Randolph street,
northwest comer Jefferson street, Chicago, where
Mat bines can be teen.
Don’t buy until fyou liavo taken a
look at them. .
jtia gies lin F. Q. WELCH, Genl Agent.
SUGAR WAREHOUSE,
Comer of State and South Water streets.
AGENCY OF THBE3
New York Sugar Refineries,
. Which manufacture
60,000,000 lbs. Eaw Sugar a Tear,
Having their Depot In Chicago, with a large stock la
store at all times. To the dealers, lame and small,
B'ai consumers oi the Northwest, the advantage is of
fered of buying Sugar as they want, -
AT NEW YORK PRICES,
with the freight added, thereby dispensing with the
saddle 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
e'rculars, wlllhereafrcrbave themeentlf they will for
p-ph me with their address.
TERMS CASH.
J, 11. BUSUAII.
ap4-cS33m _
SHINGLES & LATH,
new fibm.
HOWARD & CHASE,
tato S- G. B. HOWARD,
Dealers In all kinds of
Lumber, Shingles, Lath,
CEDAR POSTS, DOORS A.TD SASH.
w, ftT( , M'llct: LUMBER sad sawed SHINGLES by
tboCABGO and WILL SELL as low as any one. Our
yardlsuowlocated oa
CHARLES STREET,
Opposite tlio CTilcago and St. I,onla
pieljlit Depot, "West S»lde,
Fourtk yard from Van Bnrea Street Bridge. BaLroad
trsekintbeyard. Orders filled prompUy.
CALL AHD SEE OTTE STOCK
P T nna. Ueg-gca-lwsaw] 8. g.d. Howard
OHICAGO INFIRMARY AND
INSTITUTE. No 189. South Backer
street corner ol West Van Boren street. The Examl
-.Honand Medical Department under the charge of
lira Jennie Dutton, CboIRYOY INT PHYSICIAN,
yirst Cits* Boom* and Board furnished to Invalids at
this Institute. Medicines prepared always for sale.
je»-gO4T L. BASCOM4 CO..Proprietors.
Jjchnbolb’* ®itrrt Ituljti.'
cSd 1

W
JJELMBOLD’S
Compound Fluid
EXTEAOT BUCHU
A POSITIVE ASD SPECIFIC
REMEDY FCR DISEASES OF THE
BLASDEB,
KIDNEYS,
AND DROPSICAL SWELLINGS.
This Medicine Increases the Power of Diges
tion, and Excites the Absorbents into
healthy action, by which the Watery
or Calcarons Depositions, and all
the Unnatural Enlargements
are Reduced, as well as
Pain and Inflammation.
HEiMUOLD’S
EXTRACT BUCHU
Has Cared every Case of Diabetes in
which it has been given.
Irritation of the Keck of the Bladder and In
carnation of the Kidneys*
For these diseases It Is indeed a sovereign remedy,
and too much cannot be said In Its praise. A single
doee has been known to relieve the most argent symp
toms. TOT IT.
HfiINBOLU’S
EXTRACT BUOHU,
Ulceration of tLo Kidneys and Blad
der) Retention of Urine, Diseases
or the Prostrate Gland, Scone In
the Bladder, Calculus, Grav
el, Bilckdost Deposit,
Females, Females, Females
In Affections Peculiar to Females,
The Extract Buchn
Is tmeanoHed by any other remedy, as in Chlorosis
or Betentlon. Irregularity, Palnfulnesa. or suppression
of Customary Evacuations. Ulcerated or Sclrrbotu
state of the uterus, and for ail complaints Incident to
the sex In the
DECLINE OR CHANGE OF LIFE.
And for Enfeebled and Delicate Constitutions of both
seres, attended with the following symptoms:
Indisposition to Exertion, Loss of Power,
Loss of Memory, Difficulty of Breathing,
Weak Nerves, Trembling, Horror oi
Diseases, Wakefulness, Dimness
of Vision, Pain in the Bock,
Hot Hands, Flushing in
the Body, Dryness oi
* the Skin.
Eruptions on the Face, Pallid Countenance,
Universal Lngsitndc of tire 9Ziu>
culor System.
Diseases or these Organs require the aid of a DFU-
EETIC.
HELMBOLD’S EXTRACT BUSHU
Is the Great Diuretic.
HELDIBOLD’S EXTRACT BUCITO
Cures all Diseases arising from Habits of Dissi*
pation,£xcessea and Imprudancles in Life.
HELMBOLD’S
Highly Concentrated
Compound Fluid Extract
Sarsaparilla,
For
purifying
the blood, re- ,
moving all dis
eases arising from ex- ■
cess and ixnprudencles in
life, chronic constitutional
diseases arising from an impure
state of the blood, and the only reli
able and effectual known remedy for the
cure of Scrofula, Scald Head, Salt
Rheum, Pains and Swellings of
the Bones, Ulcerations ortho
Throat and Legs, Blotches,
Pimples on the Face,
Tetter, Erysipelas,
and all scaly
eruptions
of the
akin.
And Beautifying the Complexion
IS'OT A FEW
Ot the went disorders that afflict mankind arise from
the corruption that accumulates in the blood Of all
the discoveries tnat have been made to puree it oat,
noue can equal in effect HELMBOLD’S COMPOUND
EXTRACT OF S 4 KftAPAIULLA. It Cleanses and
renovates the blood, instils the vigor oi health into the
system, and purges out the humors which make dis
ease. It stimulate the healthy functions of the body,
and expels the disorders that grow and rankle lu the
blood. Such a remedy, that could be reded on. has
long been sought for. and now. for the first time the
Enbtlc have one oq which they can depend. Our space
ere does not admit certificates Co show Its affects, but
the trial ci a single bottle will show to the sick that is
has virtues surpassing anything they have ever taken.
Two table spoonsful ct the Extract of Sarsaparilla
added to a pint of water. Is equal to the Llb-oii Diet
Drink, and one bottle Is fully equal to a gallon of
the Syrup of Sarsaparilla, or the Decoction, as usual
ly made.
THESE EXTRACTS HAVE BEEN ADMIT
TED TO USE IN THE DNITED STATES IT, and
are also in very general use in all the STATE HOS
PITALS and PUBLIC SANITARY INSTITUTIONS
throughout the land. -awel! *• In prt- -** i practices,
and arc considered as Invaluable remeC—>.
See Medical Properties of Buchu,
feomdispensatoei of the
UNITED STATES.
Bee Professor DEWEES’ valuable works on the
practice of Physic.
Bee remarks'made by the late celebrated Dr.
PHI SIC, Philadelphia.
See remarks made by Dr. EPHRAIM MoDOWZLL,
a celebrated Pnyslclan. and Member of the Royal
College of Surgeons. Ireland, and published In the
transactions of the King and Queen’s Journal.
See Medlco-Chlrurgical Review, published by BEN
JAMIN TRAVERS. Fellow of Royal College of Sur
geons.
See most of the late Standard Works of Medicine.
FELICES;
Extract Buflin SI.OO per Bottle, or Six for $3.00
“Sarsaparilla SI,OO per bottle, or Six for $5.00
Delivered to any address, securely packed from ob
servation.
Address letter »for Information, In confidence, to
HE LBS BOLD’S
BIEBICAL DEPOT,
104 South Tenth Street,
(Below ChestnuO
PHILADELPHIA.
BEWARE of counterfeits and
unprincipled dealers,
WHO XSTJCATOB TO
Diimoss Ot “their own” and ■‘other" article* on the
reputation attained by
HEIMBOLD’S preparations,
HELMBOLD’S
GENUINE EXTRACT BUCHU,
EELHBOLD’S
GENUINE EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA,
BELMBOLD’S
GENUINE-IMPROVED ROSE WASH.
Bold by Druggist Everywhere.
ASE POE EELMBOLD’Sj
TAKE NO OTHER.
Pr Cut out the advertisement and fiend
forlt and avoid imposition and exposure*
myli d66KP
Batlroafl and Steamboat Cinei.
Xj\ARE REDUCED B7 THE
JL Orakd Tkc.tk Lm or N«tr Stkaxzbs.
SI.OO LESS TO BOS fQK
RtO LESS TO OODKKSBtTT.OH. ,
AND TO ALL KASfdRS POINTS.
For Buffalo, tone' Ins at alt point* oa Lake Michigan
and through to Buffalo la thn;e Toronto t>»we
co. Oedeusburgh Mont*eal. Portland. Boston and
New York. Tbe splendid low prewure, Cut sailing,
appercabln steamer
WATEB "WITCH-Capt. Sydor.
Will leave brr dock, foot of Souv» Laaaiifat.. Satur
day, Jmj ltd, at I P.M. For freight *r ap
ply to -a. T. 9Pfc.XCEH»
Jj3-hl3't Afreet, Ofllce foot of S. La-aHo-st.
For st. Joseph.
ThsnewflrfitcUss alde-wbeei Pa^Mnger
STEAMBOAT SUNBEAM,
Capt. Fred* Pabnt,
■Win lerreberDock. flrrt above Biuh Street Bridge.
frt S;. ,fo»epbeverriiiorDlnir.Satara*j - ft*ad aaaaays
en’tptdi at o o'clock . . .
Koi Frelgttor Passage apply oaboamoMo^
Koa *6 and 3 Ever street
}eOf cs72 Tv
OUEAT SUMMER ROUTE.—
Gcderlcb Line of Maunlflcent Steamers lenva
dn'ly. counecMrg at Goderich Canada West vttn the
Buffalo and Lake Huron U. R. far Buffalo. H«« Tore,
Boston. Oedensborgb. Montreal, aodall principal clt*
tea laikeiast and Canada, ThU routs U
500 Wiles Shorter,
And ti>d time two to three days less than by other
Steamboat Lises. To the hoauieaa man it la Near'.y
Equal to All Kail, and lor pleasoi e pat ties It Is a ajar.
passed.
TARS AS LOW AS KT ANT OTHER LINE.
Eicon!cm tickets to Mackinac orGodetich and re
turn at Reduced Fare. Call and exasUe the route
before pnichaolag ticket* elsewhere. Return tickets
erod os anyboat In the Une during the season. No
«<*■>•* ecal “'TxPHllJps.Pa^nce. Azßat, ,
Office ITSSonth Water at.comer LaflaLe, ml*
Freight and Western Agent
Office east of Kush-et,Bridge. P.0.80x •4£6.
Jfcil-gtg-tw
I
dSATEL,
'OR LAKE SUPERIOR.—The
Bplendld flnt clars Pasjenger Steamboat
PLANET,
CAPT, I. CHAMHEBLIH
WIT toe daring the season of 1873. leaving Chicago
at7o'clock 1c the evening. for Ontonagon. Superior
City* M <j all Intermediate ports, on tae following days:
Tuesday. Jnne Wd. for Ontonagon,
Monrtajl July 6th, ** _ T
Tfentsday. *• ifiih. “ Bnperlor CUy,
Monday. ** 3«th, ** **
Tuesday, Angllth, ••Ontonagon,
Banmiay, - 22d. ** Superior CUy,
Friday. Sept 4th, ** Ontona* on.
Tuesday r 15th, •* Bnoerlr*r City.
Monday. “ 28th, •♦Ontonagon,
Friday. Oct. irth, - Snparlar City,
Thursday. *• 2*d. ** Ontonagon.
Monday. Key 2d. ** Saperlor City,
•Wednesday. - 15th, •* Ontonagon.
Per dock Is on Elver Street, first above Rush Street
Bridge.
For freight or p usage apply
Jels-pSI6-lw 6*aed 8 River Street.
QUNARD LINE.
Steam to Queenstown and Liverpool,
The first class powerful Steamships
SIDON, KEDAH,
- HABATHOS, . TBIPOU,
wnisali from Now York every alternate Wednesday,
from Liverpool every alternate Tuesday, and from
Queenstownevery alternate Wednesday.
Stee-ace Passaes irom Liverpool to Queenstown, *TH
from New York tsifiO. payable In Go > a or Its eqmvs
*Fer WckSw apply to WILLIAMS&GOIOS
40 Fulton street.New York. or
HENBT GBEENEBiM)
General Passage Agency comer of Lakeaud Lwalia
street. Cldcago. my»ejS3-8m
JTUFFALO, CLEVELAND
1863 Chicago Lino. ISS3
For the ensuing season of navigation, the steamers
of this due will run in connection, and on alternate
days, with these of the
Western Transportation Company
BBTWSZS
CHICAGO AND BUFFALO.
zosxrse a
DAILY LINE
(Sundays excepted) Ibrthe transportation of Freight
and Passengers. Banning In connection, at Buffalo,
with the
New York Central Railroad, Spauld
ing’s Express, Union Express;
The W> STERN TRANSPORTATION COMPANY and
Troy and Erie Lines of Canal Boats, on
tbeSrleCanaL
At Cleveland, with
CLEVELAND AND PITTSBURGH RAILROAD.
The steamers composing this line are of the largest
size, ami of great strength and speed, with superior
aocjttmodailona for Passengers,
Witt these unequalled faculties thelJbelytrepared
to conrract to transport property from New Tors. Bos
ton. Albany. Troy and ail the principal points on tne
line of the New York Central Railroad and the Ena
CanaL to the ports on the West Snore of Lake Michi
gan : and from those ports to Cleveland, Buffalo, and
allpclmsFast.
For rates of freight and paasage apply to
JOHN H. MORE. Agent N.T. C. Railroad, No. 233
Agent Western Transportation Co„
No. 1 CoentlesSlip.N.Y. . _ „ _ , „
M. B SPAULDING. Spaulding a Express, No,3Aa
toJ H OI w e iLOTO A CO., Proprietors of Union Express
and Agents Troy A Erie Line.No 207 Broadway, sad
No. 11 roentleaS.in-N.T. .
BOND A MORRIS. Cleveland Ohio.
WM. STEWART, Agent C. A P. R. R.,Pltt*bUTJs, Pa.
BICBBIOND Ac HANCOCK, agtiu,
Onice foot of State street, Chicago.
SBXXDON PEASE, managing A St.,
Office foot Of Michigan Vlreer Buffalo.
A. A. SAHPIiK,
apß-c217-lia Passenger Agent.
Western Ti’ansportation Company
AND
WESTERN EXPRESS,
THE WESTERN TRANSPORTATION COMPANY
have made arrangements to run their Lake Steam
Propellers on alternate days with those of tne
NEW TONE CENTRAL
AND
SZXCXHGAN CENTRAL H ULBOAPS,
—ALSO—
HIE WESTEItN EXPRESS,
Running over the New York Central Railroad to But
fblo and connecting with the various Railroads run
ning West, and the different Lines of Propellers on the
Upper and Lower Lakes.
For bins of lading and contracts via Canal or B&Q
road, apply to the following agents:
FTTQH ALLEN.So. 1 Ceeotts Slip. New York.
EVERETT CLAPP, No l Ccentles Slip, Sew Tort,
AUG. COLSEN. No. 1 Castles Sdu. Sew York.
S. O. CHASE. US Pier. Albany. N. Y.
S. G. CHASE, 191 River street. Troy. N.T.
j.L HURD* CO„Hurd's Dock.Detroit,Mich.
E. A. BUCK, Green Bay. Wls.
J. J. TALLMADQE.It AF.D.C. R,R.Dock. MH
TRANSPORTATION CO., Buffalo.
JNO.HEAM A CO..Erie. Pa.
BOND A MORRIS. Cleveland. Ohio.
HOPKINS* GRJFFITn. Toledo.Ohio.
W. F. DILL. Sandusky, Ohio.
A.P. DUTTON, Baelne. Wla.
K ENOSHA PIER COMPANY. Kenoaba. WS.
W. H. WRIGHT A CO.. Waukegan, DL
J. F. KIRKLAND. Sheboygan. WJa.
J. W. TITTLE, •
General Western Agent. No. 3 State street, Chicago.
1863- THE 1863.
PENNSYLVANIA CENTHAL E. E,
335 ZUlea Double Track-
is order to keep pace with the demands of the travel
ing public, the managers of this popular route have
added many improvements during the year 1563. and
with Its connectlonMt will be found In all respects A
FIRST CLASS ROUTE to all the Eastern dtie*. The
kack la stone ballasted, sad entirely free from dote.
THREE DAILY TRAINS FROM „
PITTSBURGH TO PHILADELPHIA
(with close connections from Western ClticO
All connecting direct to New Fork, THROUGH PHIL
ADKLFHIA and close connections at Harrisburg fox
BALTIMORE AND WASHINGTON.
From Pittsburgh to New York, one train runs dally.
(420 mCea.) via Allentown, without change of can. art
mlng in advance of all other routes.
SEVEN DAILY TRAINS FROM
PHILADELPHIA TO NEW YORK.
Tickets for sale to Boston by bor.t or ran. Boat Tie
kite good ou any of the Bound lines. Fare to all points
low as any route.
SleeplccCars on night trains to Philadelphia, New
York andßaltiinoro.
Baggage checked throngn and transferred free.
By t£!s Route Freights of all descriptions can be for
warded to and from Philadelphia. New York. Boston,
or Baltimore, to aud from any point on the Railroads
of Ohio, Kentucky. Indiana. utlLcls. Wisconsin.lowa,
o: Missouri bt juilboab dtaxer.
The Pennsylvania Central Railroad also connects at
Pittsburgh with Steamers, by which Goods can be for
warded to anv port on the Ohio. Muskingum. Sea
tacky Tennessee, Cumberland. Illinois. Mississippi
Wisconsin. Missouri, Kansas, Arkansas and Red Rivers
and at Cleveland. Sandusky and Chicago with Steam
ers to all Ports on the North-"Wmere. likes.
Uercoantsaiid Shippers eotnmmg the transports
tlon of their Freight to this Company, can rely with
confidence on Itsspeedv transit.
TUi' RATES OF FREIGHT to and from any point
In the West by tbe Pennsylvania Central Railroad ass
AT ALL TUBS AS PaTOBaALS AS AAS OUBOXD BT OTH
XU BAILED AD COJCPASIKS. .
xv' Be part cuiar and mark packages via Pzss i
Ccitbalb. B,"
vor Freight Contracts or Shipping Directions, apply
to'or address either of the following Agents of the
Freight Agent. Pittsburgh.
CLARKE ft CO., Transfer Agents. Pittsburgh
H W. BROWN ft CO., Clnclncati. Ohio.
H. c. MKLDRUM ft CO,. Madison. Indiana.
J E. MOORE. Louisville. Ky.
W W. AIKMAN ft CO~ Evansville, Ind,
R. F. BASS, Bt. Loui. Mo. .
CLARKE & Co_ Chicago, mmols. •
J H. MCCOLM. Portsmouth. Ohio. _ _
McNEELY & MONTGOMERY. Msyesvffle, Ky.
W. H. ft E. L. LANGLEY, Qaillpolla. Ohio. .
H S. PIERCE. Ohio.
IT. a. HUDSON. Ripley. Ohio. ,
B. C. MKLDRUM. General Traveling Agent lot thl
South and West.
Dicven and Farmers will find this the zuxt sdrafr
•ieonaroute for Live Stock. Capacious Yards **U
watered and supplied With every convenience tart
ucen osecedon this line and Its connections and every
♦ctent oa Is paid to their wants. From Harrisburg
wrere will be tound every convenience for feeding and
resting a choice Is offered of the PHILADELPHIA,
W'kwyOHF and BALTIMORE MARKETS. ThiiwtU
a:r>o be found the shortest, quickest and most direst
route lor clock to New York—[via AQentowsj—tnC
with fewer changes than any other.
ENOCH LEWIS. Genfi Rnpt. AUooaa, Pa.
L. L. HODPT. Gea*l Ticket Agor t. Philadelphia.
1. h. HOUSTON. Gea’iTfeigui Agent. PaiisdeJphla,
la3.yjt.VT
HTHE equitable insur.
X AN'tjE COMPANY OF COIC-AOiX-Notlce la
htT«by tiTeuto;lict.aoicrfben to tbe Capital 6iocs
t*l UJoEomtible Insurance Company of Chicago tint
a meeting will be ho'cl at tho rooms ot the Mercantile
Association, correr of Lake street and Slate street,
on t RIDaY. July3.J. atSoclock P.M.for too par.
tM.»e of orpanlzlns said company and choosing DLrsc
tonforUie sane. fJ. V. FaP.WELL,
F. D.SRAY.
CommUtloMra.jg- £• £)g^ oln . n>
AXIZI BENEDICT.
Ll. p. billiard.
Jf3o-gS2SS
RHODE ISLAND CENTRAL
•t>V BANK. KHODE ISLAND.—Porsnanttoa
tal order oi the Supreme Conn of the State of Ithod*
uland. tbo snhecnber etyes nolle* that all pexacsj
folding hUla of the
RHODE ISLAND CENTRAL BANK,
Most deposit the tame with him at hla office. No. 9
Weybooet street, Providence. R. L, on or halo re the
4m day of Angnat, A. D. 1963, In order to he entitled
to any ulvWeaa that aay he declared out of the asaatt
nf said •
JAMES M. rr.i-arw Secetrw.
Fzoyldeaoe.B.L.JNO.lTtb.lß9.
1803.
rDy22-e3W-3m
PKEI6HX9.
lIVE STOCK.
jFtnannal
Iral <Sftau.
TJTJSINESS A3TD RESIDENCE
JL) PBOPAitTY.
VOTt
OJT TBS
NORTH BRANCH CANAX, - -
jXv feel of well docked Water Lots :•» %
150 to 300 fsetla aeplb.
This Canal exterds from the Chicago leer
n -ibof CMcagoaveane, to Halved street,’-»■. *
wide. vlih a a iiCcicnt aeplb «>f water.»i
U;gct>T vessels ta-»t enrer tbe river.
•>n lUwjßosm ATesim Crosby
arxirr Lababxk stb»kt, we Oder about! n
Itet or residence lots, of - JS orStfcby 125 tens nt aot>
Tie Caani property is well adapted- to .aanooctur
!i*c purposes. m»r oer, wood or coal yards, Cauaenet,
A’ . nndt e lots oa tre adjacent «tree», will tnaxA.
p-.- a«uii dies for cumfortabin residence*. • t
rsvx-Lißaint. OQDitX. FLEBT WOOD A O
jeA»sr>4w ) ■
f-jOOD BUSINESS LOT OJT
va south water btrert
FOR $ -vL E.
Southeast correr of Sculb Wn ar «tnet *M •
gat. avenue—TCfeeton Sonia w.u»r street br
or Miohlpan kTenoa. Tanna liberal
iw OGDES, FLEETWOOD a CO
VALUABLE city lots for
t Sale.— Tbewhf Lot 2!n Block ». BcbooUio
Uod aodtlion to Chicago. ThecaatfiPfsetof Lstil v
inock-*V.« r rIpnalTownorCM<aitf(». 1 pnalTownorCM<aitf(». Sub Loti
7liiß!< ck4oa*>rwald.aadLot7la Block 3 Orlrtaat
Tv. wn of rbicaeo Apply to lbs undersigned. L. CL
PAINE FREER, S5 Randolph at. - ...
Chicago. *ore 2f, 1563, J e3l-g*9C-lDt- arr-tra
WESTERN LAND AGENCY.
» ’ section acres In lowa, Minnesota and W1soo»
sin— iTMovrd and unimproved— fbr S'Je. Paopnieur
minutely determine same, furnished. Taxes pan.
lands and farms sold, and tlt-es examined In abovs
State* and IHluota. Personal attention el van to spring
ana lal* touaymeot of taxes on all lands placed In my
ensree. j. BASN fc Y. offleotfo 3. or«rU3Eaa
dulpb smtt. Chicago. Post Office Box 8631.
Je4-tel£Sm • _
ALUABLE BUSINESS AND
T RESIDENCE PROPERTY
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN.
Five Stores on Lake street, fbnr stores on Sontn
■Water street, three Stores oa Franklin street, near
Lake forty Lota (none block, near Union Park,vttfc
ess. water and sewer convenient: the solenoid rwd,
amee ard cronnda now occnpUd-by Bishop Whit*
boose troutlng Union Park land Washington street*
with 26S feet front on the Park, rained in ISW at S7>.tM
will he sold very cheap. Also, othar valaahleprop«»
tj. Inr.nlrecf S. 9. HATO.
jet eTto 4w aCoartHoaaA.
I ANDS.—To all wantinar Farms.
I J Large aid thriving settlenent of Vineland. mild
dln-al*-.tlurty n-ilea soaxn ofPhltadeloh!n,by railroad
rich soil, predates large crops, twenty acre tracts, at
froniais to r» per acre, payable wltaln four year*,
good boflncss oaenlngs, good society. Hundred* are
««ttllig aid makics Improvement*. Apply to CHAJS,
K.LaS'DLS, Po»ltnsster. Vineland, Comberjasd
N. J. Letters answered. Papers containteg rail ra
forma'lon. will be sent free. jel-ewa in
€rpraa £iti£*.
MERCHANTS’ DESPATCH.
PAST FREIGHT LINE
Owned and m&daged by the AMERICAN EXPRESS
COMPANY.
On and a fiber inis date, by bipedal arrangement. tbs
MER(.IIdNT.V DISPATCH will receive and torwarl
from tiilsclty to New York and Boston Butter am.
Poultry. furs'and other freight*. requiring quirk
transportation. at LOWKR BaTEA AND IS BETTER
TIME (ban can be obtained by any other roato or
conveyance, except the regular Express, by passenger
trains.
'Time guaranteed to New York In fire days, and to
Boston in six days. . .
A’l shipments received at do-rr 'of shipper and do
llvered acdcstlnation trkx of cartage
The well known reputation of this Line In transport*
Jic westward bound business, during the iast ton
pars will he a sufficient guarantee that all contract*
made by it. a U1 re lalthfUly carried out.
Tne MERCHANTS* Di&PATCH U also preoared to
offer Increased facilities, bona In time and rates, tor
Westward bound business. Oarf-elahtsare transport*
ed bv ETTlgra: t and last Freight Express twins, and
handled by onrown men at allpomts of transfer. -
Claims lor losses or dmaiages will .be,promptly ad*
Ja-Ud at this office. . , . __
For rates or farther information Inquire at office^
M.C.R. B. Building, -
NO. 1 SOUTH WATER ST.
W. C. PARSONS. Agent.
Or of P. LENNEBACKEB. Contracting Agent foe
■JicrctantsDospatchand American Express Company,
corner of Lite and Dearborn streets. '
Chicago, June in. 1&63. JelO-g7S-4w
TT nixed states express
U COMPANY.
Important Hbtice to the Public.
The United States Express Company wOl commencs
on the 15ib lnst„ to do busings on the following line?
of railroad* in the State of Wisconsin, viz; The Chi*
cago and Milwaukee Railroad, the Milwaukee and
PralrledtrChlen Railroad andiheSouthern Wisconsin
RslUood By securing lines of railroad, the
General Superintendent. BBNRT KlP.Esq..hasestab
li*bcd.regularotfic« j sac the places named in the list
attached to this notice: and our very many friends
and patrons may behove me when I say that it gives
me great pleasure to be able to announce to them that
the facilities for doing business over the above named
Ur.es of roads have been secured to this Company and
that hereafter wt shall not bo compelled to refuse, bug
sball hold ourselves In readiness to do any bosfaeao
they may have in Wisconsin at any of the points
reached by the above roads, as we have heretofore, oa
all other line* inn by our Company.
ye^ri^mg:
Chicago. May 15th. IMS. _
The following named places wul.nnderthlaarracg»
m*r t. be reached by this Company;
rfankegan. 111. Kenosha. WTA,
Racine, Wla.. Milwaukee. W6.
Wankcshaw. WIA, White Water. Wis^
Milton. Wts„ Stoughton. WU H
Madison. Wis.. Mazomanle. WIA.
Lone Bock. Wls„ M oscoda, WK.
Roseobel. W1 a, Janesville. W&.
Broadhue. wis., Monroe. Wla.,
Prairie du Chien.Wls. McGregor. lowa.
[mvlTeSt tn
■\TOTICE.
11 _ Dxpastytnt or Btat*. ?
Spbzkofzbld. JaneaLises. f
Notice Is hereby given chat proposals will bo ro*
cclvtd at this department until bat or da v tha &th day
of July next, at 13 o’clock M„ for distributing tha
lavs, journal*. and reports, of the late sesuon or tho
General Assembly, ana ail other documents required
by Uw to be distributed, the same to be distributed la
districts »a hereinafter cefignvted, for which propo
sals must severally be ma le. Proposals will also M
cotjldevHdfjrtbß wroleStato. , ,
Projosals should specify ten sum for each district la
wMcb such laws. Journa s etc., will be distributed, or
If tor the whole State, the sum must be named.
The laws. Juuri.als,etc., will be required to bo taken
from Sprite fled a» soon as ready for delivery, of
which Lotlce will be given. In conveyanceaof a char
acter to protect them irom injury on accoount of
r weather, e’e, and delivered as soon as practicable. In
the manner required bylaw at the county seats of tits »
respective counties, to the clerks of too county courts
tbiltft _ •
No payments will be made on any contract until tho
fhn execution and performance of the same, and tha
return of recelo s showing the delivery or said laws,
etc. to the clerks of the counties embraced la tae said
Ct Notfce*wlllbe given to the successful bidder or Wd
ders efthe acceptance of (belt* proposals aad they will
be acquired, within twenty days of such acceptance,
to file a good and sufficient bond in the snm of quo
tbousacd doi’ars to baapproved by the Governor,for
tnefaitLful performance of their contract •
Tue person or pernors to whom the contract is
awarded, will be required to nrsazaa Tuaim owx
doxy b for packing the laws. Journals, etc., and to pack
FrobOtala win be opened and examined at this do*
pa'tment on Saturday. July‘isth. and 12 o’clocksL. la
the presence of suen persons aa may desire to witness
the same. .
DISTRICTS.
District No, i.—Composed of the counties ot Alexan
der, PnisskL Massac. Pooe, Ha’dla Gallatin. Saline,
■WlLlamwn. Johnson. Union. Jackson. Baidolpn,
Perry. Franklin, Hamilton. Wtlto. w-bash, Bd wards.
'Wayne. Jefferson, Washington. Monroe. St. Clair,
Clinton, Marlon. Clay. Bichisnd. Lawrence. Crawford,
Jasper. Effingham, Payette. Bond. Madison. Jersey
and Calhoun.
District No. 2—Edgar. Coles, Moultrie,-Shelby,
Montgomery. Macoupin. Greens, Puce. Adana, Han
cock McDonough. gehiyler. Brown. Pulton, Mason,
CaiTjlorean. Scjtt Sangamon. Christian. Manonplo.
Platt. Champaign. Vermnilon.DeWitt,Log*n,Menard,
Cumberland, Clark, Douglas ami Norq. _ .
District No B—Henderson. Knox. Warren. Peoria,
TazewelL Woodford McL-an, Livingston. Iroquola,
WUI. Grundy. Kankakee. Kendall. La Salle. Pntnam,
Marshall, Stark, Bureau. Henry. Mercer, Rock Island.
Whiteside. Lee. Carroll, Jo Davteas.Stephen»on. Win
nebogo.Ogle. DeEolb, Boone, Kane.
Cook and nuPage. O. M. HATCH.
jy2 g*J3o“3w Secretary of State
XTOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Milwauxti* a St. Patoßmlwat Co„)
Gbnxral Orncx, Milwattkbx. Jnna'l9, 1863. j
Sealed propota's will be received by the undersigned,
at the office of the Milwaukee « 8t Paul Hallway
Comranv. in Milwaukee, until Saturday, the IStb day
ofJnlv. 1*63. for the grading, masonry, bridging,cattle
guards and fencing of twenty eight miles of the lino
of road extending from Columhua to the city of Port*
win be divided Into sections of convenient
lergttis.oodp.opoualswUlbe received for single seo
tlr ns. or lor the whole lire, . „ * •
Tito lire will be reidv fur the examlootlon of Coa
tractoia on and after July 6tta. and maps, profiles, and
plans, with specifications, may be examined at theEu,-
glneeti office. In Milwaukee, on and alter that date.
Parlies proposing, who are unknown to the nadeiw
aimed, wl 1 bo requited to give satisfactory references,
Theworfctobe offered to Contractors will Inclndo
aboutcco.ecocnbleyards of excavation la a dealrabla
section or cons try for doing work.
Payments In cash. _
The Company reserve the right to reject any and au
proposals, as may be deemed for their Interest.
Tneabove work, having been previously advertised
under the direction of the Milwaukee * ffe*tem
Railroad Company, and tenders made up to the 13th of
July, all proposals so ncelved up to that date, will bo
oneueaaltertne expiration of tne time,viz: JuiyUL
H-»3. D. M. HUGHES. President.
W. B. GrLßxaT. Chief Engineer 1 . jeiSgSUH76
Ctgal Natiaj.
X?STATE OF ORSON. SMTET,
Deceased.—Public notice is hereby given, to all
perrons having claims and deuinuls against the estats
of Orton South, deceased, io present tne same lor ad
judication and settlement at a regular term of the
Counts Const of Cook County, to be holdsn a: the
C'-mtilonselnthe city of Chicago, on the third Moih
dav of August. A D It/a. lelog iha 17th day Ihereot,
Chicago. Jnlyg. 1363. JyS-g»
TESTATE OF ALONZO BRUCE,
J]i DECEASED.
Administrator** Notice.
votive la tereby given that I, Hiram Bailey, admits*
trator of iLe estate of Alonzo Brace. lare of the City
of Chicago. In the County of Cook arid State jf Illinois,
Ueentaea have Used on the term of the County Coon
of Cook touiiiy. In the State of ILlnols. to be holdea
at the Court House. In me City of Chlcaeo, In the
County of Cook antf State of Illinois, on the TdIRD
SIUNDaY OF JI'LT. In the year of our Lord one
ttoownd eight hur-dredandptsty toree.forthe«ett»lns
ano a* Justins of all claims against s»W decedent; and
»U person* having claims against *be estate of toe »aUI
-Alonzo Biuco cLceancd, are hereby notified and re>
quested ta attend at the said term of the said Court
for the purpose o' having the u^ILRT
Administrator of the Estate Oi Alonzo Bruce, deceased,
Ctlieeo, Hi.. Junef>th. is-63. jefe-eDlfi-td
T?STATE OF JOSEPH GRAF,
Vj DECEASED,—PubIic notice la hereby given to
all pe:toits having claims and demands against the
mat* of Joseph uraf. deceased, to present toe same
for adjudication and strleutent at a regular term of
County, to be holdeoaiths
Court Von*e. to the City of Chicago, oa the third Moo
dnycf July.A.D DKJ betey the2oth daythereof.
3 T»'F.T.E3JS GRAF*. Administratrix.
Ctlcaga.Msyafith.isa tayi7 aVS td
<£o partner* hip.
T\ISSOLUTION.—The co-partner-
L/ shipberetoforoe.xlattngbet*eenß. K- T. Arm-
Hroup &l(I U. R McCormick. as ARMSTRONG A MO
( f'HUirK. tsihtsday dissolved by mutual consent.
Either cf the partners of the lale firm will sign thn
firm name la UquluaUen. R XT. ARMSTRONG,
B.IS. UcCOfUIICK.
Chicago. .Inly Ist, I«*3. 3m»lw
rtISSOLUTION.-Owing to tha
JL/ death of Henrv A. Huntington, of Boston, tho
firm of Huntington. Wadsworth A Co. is this'day dl*-
solved. The business of the firm will be do* ad bv tha
B'lbfCilber. PHILIP WADSWORTH.
Chicago. Jnly 1,1863.
COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE.—Wo. tbanadcrslgned,
hav* formed a copartnership, under the name srdfirui
«! PHILIP WADSWORTH A CO., fbr the mannf*o
tare uud sale of Clothing and Gent's Furnishing Gooik
in Chicago, HI., and Poston. Msm.
PHILIP WADSWORTH.I _
E S WADSWORTH, > Chicago. HL
GILBERT B. SMITH. J _ j r
Jns3T6-1w JOSEPH D. LKLANP. Poston. Mara.
o O-PARTNERSHIP.—The uu
\J derslgned bare IhU day fomed sc»partaeri>
for the transaction ofajrsaeral
tinder the firm nameof lu)WJS ABOBBISB. Office,
Sooth Wateratreet, Chicago, liL aiuT fW noWB
CUcaeo. May Irt. 1863. , A v U BOBBrW.
my>-oir?2-3m
wrSS7cHESTTTE^£

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