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A WORD TO THE LADIES.—In
.XX rrcommendingtoyou to use nostetter’a Celehr*-
tto StomachßUters.lt Is bat jnstto rt*ts that as*
Btlmclact to the system. Id Itr parting strength and
Vtc< r during certain perodical »tagoa which are oft
tlmti attended with much pain and trouble, we know
of no pieparation more highly adapted to all afflic
tions consequent upon this cause, and foramother
SuTflnce babe the Bitters cannot be dispensed with,
Cfp'Clslly where the mother’* nourishment Is laade*
Sinntetothedcrosni* of tne child; consequently her
Btrer gih most yield, and here It Is where a good
icnlc, fnch as Uostctter’s Stomach Bitters, Is needed
to impart strength and vigor to the whole system
Xfcdiw saould by aQ means t»y this remedy,aadbe
yoje so doing, ask your physician, who. If he Is ao
<jna!r fcrt with the virtues of the Bitters, will recom*
jnei.d ilclr use In all case*.
So’d by Druggists and oealen generaHyuveiy where.
jy (■! I:.V-*g-81-ara-&y
TIIGHLV IMPORTANT TO
•* * LO)IES!-All diCicnUles aad Monthly Irrego
larltljsot Ladies, from whatever cause. fully removed
6y fi new syatem of treatment at once painless and
•eminently successful. pit. T. MACCINNI3,
I*o*t i dice Box 367. IBS Lake street. Chicago, HU
3>h-i:37-lwls
Tj'Vii, JAMES, (formerly of New
OrleanO whose nnrlTaUed.aacceflß In tbetreat*
txcct oi Chronic, Mercurial. Blood, and other diseases.
TEAT BEQTTre R RTTTT.T.VnT. THP.ATkfIHCT,
?*.it permanently located himself at 86 Randolph.
Obicogo. Dr.Jamestsreeommendedbytneme
cUcal fucuUy.oiidtbe almost entire press of the South.
Thousands of unfortunateshleae Dr. JAMES who,
hut (ot him. would he living a miserable exist
fj 'Ce enviable reputation Dr. James ecjo;s from
twe Lnice* to the Gulf. Is tbe result of years c: study
C'd obne-vatlon.
Dr. James uses no Mercury.lodide. Potamtt. ar-*>nle
Or Sarsaparilla. Id the treatment of blood
hat a cnfaUzer. which is a positive cure.
Organic Weakness cured by a new and IntSlUbW
dhoL. saving both time and expense.
»bd parlors at 66 Randolph street, (up-etalraj
Otbrenoursfrom9AM. antflfiP U.
CONSULTATIONS INVIOLABLE.
JyC-1.-PSmoAwls
T'lß. HILLIARD—Long and la-
Jo./ vr.rablykaowolo tbe Northwest, bos his office
c*(S u.iadolpb street, Chicago, up-stalr*. for tue cure
Of all »u-e»scs.maleorfenul<s. Special attention given
to oil n a'adles cl longstanding. I have cured some
Of tte vurat cases of blood diseases ever known In
m.i« country. PatlenU at a distance can consult me
£y letter with every confidence. Advice gratis. Bn-
C'oat stamp to securearesdy answer to Interrogations.
Ics.«> Golden Lunar Pills, price one dollar per box.
if sent acy distance, three tbree-cent stamps arere-
Cuirta to prepay postage. Odic« hourslromS A. M.till
ID P. M. P.O. Box 6390. Chicago. DL Jyl2-b299-2w
V\ OLFE’S AROMATIC SCHIE-
T ' D6il BCHKtPPS.
A viix-eTtal curative In CONE CAPTION, removing
hcc-up.Ac,
Dec.. - li SDdpdty the Medical Faculty esaCatholl
5-cc lu the removal of DYSPEPSIA, la all It* forma.
liiDKt;PSVltsestaKifchcd curativepropertieshav
oas hero without a rival, ac ottestedby ualversa
tDedhal terttmony,
Th* Diurctlcand Solvent Propertlea of the •’Aro
matic 6UucdamSct^ I^ar'?s. ,, mioerttdectdedly eillca-
Clem ui Gravel and all other affections of the Kidneys.
ZnG-.ot and Rheumatism, If taken to the tormof
f tvarm punch, the patient lying warmly covereambed,
yis, j, -iroalconoUc distillation will effect a speedy core.
Taken a* totpunch. in humoral and Spasmodic Astti
ba, u auords relief from the distressing
Symptoms.
Bj :te peculiar and epeclllc qnalltlea.lt arrests the
Cold ftage in Ague and Fever, and prepares the system
fox the ao ministration of the admitted curatives of this
discaMj.
Administered In Cholera, Cholera Morbus and Colic.
Irencveespaam. restores theinnctlon OJ the liver,
rapid y produces healthy accretions. It should be ta-
Jsen t. Utd with hot water and sugar.
Ac a Norvhie.aToulcauc a Purifier of the Blood, a
ria. of nrteen years. In all climates and under all dr*
CUHif unices, has stamped!: with universal approbation.
. Pet uilarly adapted to the complaints ol delicate Pa
lmate* It stands pre-eminent among the established cu
jtUvef ol the day.
It ir the only alcoholic preparation in out country
hat can be generally Imbibed with pleasure and safe*
5; cev»-.r.even when taken to excess, produciag head*
U;. e O’oilier onplcaMtct iv&pc^neuces.
Bold, caadsomely wrapped to yellow papers. In pint
Xr.d q-jij-t bottles.ny all Drucgtrta. Apothecaries and
Grow'rf lr the United States Porcuase from the aa
srrnu to p’tx#*i t impost non, In counterfeits
»• d - ‘t.tlone. uthe whole country la Hooded with
3 iH,
Army Sutlers and the Public.
7* *n*<4criberbvg9 leave to luiom u-e citizens of
ke Vfett that lie na* appointed Mts»ra.J.rl.iieea &
CNicapo.nibapeMH for the sale ol hi*“Gele
L: *u d Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps,** who wihaanply
li-im) tiatlersand Western *nerciiante.B:New lark
mecs. addins freight. Thi» Glu te now the standard
trick of the world. It bat been tested by the whole
Medical ImtUy. aro pronounced by them to be the
purest liqu-r manufactured. The article hae suffered
niteea’el. tit Weetfor sevt-ra* years past, tu come-
Cuenceuf v-e great quantity of counterfeit Schnapps
Rhlcb lias- beer tialmid off by mercuaats of the West,
:« ocrtnmciß. To avoid tnls Mtfrculter a* tdeci as pos
i;U p. he ban appointed the above-named Arm. amenta,
R *»cre vi.rctiaMsrs cco rely on getting the cenulne artl
c . uy Bht'crs alll find tils Ola the cheapest ln
f rti-o il'ir-or Iniri, caum-v. It is o»k(1 in all the hoe
it. >ew York. Philadelphia and Wastum-ton.
UD'iLPdO vfOLf'B
-22 Beaver street. New Tort
CaNCN ofW«lfe*« Cclebra*
ted fiicklcdatu Aroma*
tic Scliua p«,
I'ii
J. a. BUED & co. Agents.
US Lake street. Chicago.
r-7
- ...iasm
\ T.'TIFICIAL LEGS.—C. Staf
£%. jof'.i-ole proprietor and manufacturer ofDS.
V- ILL* >N*S PATENT ABTIKIOIAL LBG. Las been
i;-prov*v; Kndodoptc.i by the L'nted Bute Govern,
r.fr.t v Lice has appointed him to supply them t j di*.
VL:* •* f idlers. fkj:k. order* adi)>e*eec to O. bTAF
f i:i» ii;;>Bon:h (Hark street, Chicago, win receive
;a.mrdi..te attention, bend for Patujmleta.
K< * - ox y<!s Jyl. lihc-ima war
BAIR DYE I HAIR DYE!!
BATCHELOR'S cel-brated UAIBDVRIS not
■T.6i 12: rn* World. The only nirjiLPjE. Ttra and
K: I'? i.lr I»ye known. This splendid Hair Dye la
changes that, Busty or Grey Hair Instantly,
;u ii Cl.oiar Black or NatcbaL Uaowjf, without !«»■
n-tti” t!:t Hair or Eialnlnp Uio Skin leaving tne flair
i« ll .. r Bcaolirii’; Jo part*, freati vltaUty. frequently
ri- 1- iu> pristine color, and rectifies the ill effects
i: T’u : Dyes. The Genuine le signed Willia* A.
r -reni LoR.aH others are mure iMlutlons.and should
>< uvwl'i'd Bold by alt Druggists. ftc. factory. 61
.» tj. et, New York. 3y3 g9S7*iy
I ON DON EYE AND EAR
A J INFIRMARY, Vo. vfi. corner of Randolph and
1> r.r!-in. streets, Chicago. HL
Dr, Jan.es Lewi*. «>ruU«-l and Acrlst, and original
•*o; r’i T.->r pr the London Kye end Ea- InOmaty. will
n,i < oi.nuocbosineHi at hi* old stand, and would re
i m.!' warn all persons that he la no more connec
* a v ;t*j Ills previous ndv-rtlclug npenl, Mr. Reynolds.
- o *. !ei rus to hare removed the London Eye and Ear
ji ;: »ry. where he fiat Mmpiy been employed as
'p.m of this lEi-lhutlon since the first day of last
rav. rt pr.lvcd wag**-, us other servants, without
A-iiti.p onedollar’s worta of the otUee furniture, or
. • k«. ui medicine. OUice lioursfrCm BU>l2 M,asd
’r .m - loSP. M. Postotr.cul>rarcrC3BS.
J>n l:--i im .
ODES! PILES!! PILES!I!—
X D wUfic’f’VWpftable pm« rarria«B all other
radical care or Piles. Tend
. olid i-otu laditr aiid per.tienen who have bees
:ur;<i > \ ihelr um». P-!ec ro Cent* per Box. Bold by
i IDr'Cpbds. one bv tbs Proprietor. J. YOUNG. fti
K,T. Seatbym&liioacyaddreea.
Wt-i; b-4vt}
ILT DSON’S UNRIVALED
. J Tmoth PA?TK Is more efficient In cleansing
:t;d »r« ? cTvicc Ui-tr-cUi. b-aUng diseased gums mud
-urlr }*e the breath than any other deutrlOcenowm
ac. iTr- tbbtc auu cirect upon the mouth are pleasant
•t.i* ft. rerurde All who have used this Paste pro*
.mimt it "rxccleut.” Bold by oil Druggists.
jv 4-L :S-‘Jwla
PIIE MYSTERIES OP THE
_L ToiLKT are often exposed In eooscQaence of
*• :i ■ ii <-!*-;icv of cußi-d«b<>aotirrlngpreparations:
111 clvloiw EXCELS”IB HAIR
: L k:;ow and i- at iiietreecretls *ecore,
NO NOBTAL EVE
'a-. •"I-*!* cnlrti Tim Mack* and browns produced by
!; *■ c,« !: o::i thur*: Imported oy Uie Creator.
NO DESTRUCTIVE XNGRCOIBVT,
l tliKt cau ihr vc* nr or In say war l-jure the
j!:. 1: , a,* with tun PKKhEUVATIVE VEGETABLE
MjL- tM.f f b teouib-rfii. nreuuratloi
Va* iilfi< *.uri*d bv J. <lKISTAl>Oll(». CAstorHouse,
—w \o. k Fed V-vcrytelii ir s.d applies by all Bair
Price. Jl. <LW aud 13 per box. according to
?**. jyl4-bsi-lmls
>1;, HUNTER TREATS ALL
* r .’■-.Lie D;-ea»e*. such a* Colds Coagbs, Cod*
*>; i A-ibiiid u>e Lujitv, Heart. Stomach. Kid
• yt> ':indu«T and t:-c itoae.*. Dyspepsia Diarrhea,
1 r- x*i* Gout, I.h* nr.atlun.Para’yrti. illp
*/• *t< L«rt and all rctuplalutn of women aud
- :'u «'n* Sore Lyes aui Ear*. Cataract Ducbarget,
*. iV d !Surv.U.g bound*. Dr. Buuter ta the only
i'^’nhT) 6 SOURS OB TTLCERS, TUMEB3.
~ ‘ WLNb l'IL»-b AND FISTULA,
t r-f;r.g with tL«! kr.r«.
:«•, »• ire for * t>pt-edy answer. Dr. BUNrKB,
Moure frnn-v A M.tofiP.M. OIQckSI Baa*
,tr.-» ;.corr*croi Dearborn, Chicago.llllaol*.
: . f-i' :>•
CONFESSIONS AND EX-
J i , r ,, I , *NCK OF AN INVALID -Pobll.hed fbr
;• l-*»r * a:;d a* a waruliig and a catttioV TO
v ry wt.o filler fro a sltvoui Debility, Pre
• u 11>- cay of Maniiood, etc„ supplying at tse eatae
" C THE MPANO Oi EKLP CURB.
J -! • v-Irj l a-, eared hlmMlf alter being oat to great
.■ . uLxi irjury through medical humbug aud
V* VV.kUiraro-d raid addressed envelope, single
■ ( • a \ Lt lifc’J of «Uth-f. NATM AMkLMftV
• J • •*'.. jwd/yrd, KlsgßCaaaty.K.Y.
,■ • iu.uw
LNCU artificial eyes.
f, COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
I*EBPECX WOUKSUKSOIF.
i '' u.jra without palx Cob and examine them.
GALE BROTHERS,
tn Drnj.-clsUKovcltlca.aa Randolph street.
MIjSDKKSS AKD
DEAFNESS.
D«. UNDERWOOD,
OCULIST AKD AUEIST.I
•'etiilve StiTjrenn Blindnew, Deafness sad aU
oIBcAMiS of the Eje ana Ear.
.'n.c. 1.1 Itanoolnh frlTc-ct, near the Sherman House,
Chicago, IQ.
Eves&odEiirDramelnsertcd. 2wli
■ }-X:TOR BIGELOW,
’ ni. FIDENTUL PHrSICIAS,
Formerly ot Et. Louis, M 0«
r*- b>- <• .limited at hi- otfleo. 179 South Clark street.
. ~i iiiuuitM: CLlcaco.lil., half a block horn cue
oh all C„ro».c JJ;seaees.aad disease* ofbotb
H-i-r vi.'cU he t-fute with unparalleled .access.
H <'i .f -• ;*ratc wt>m: ladles and gentlemen can coo
. t m,|. u K icr (jtiice hours IremS A.M. loH.P M.
• -iJ .'f lotohja. m *k>-mQODloations confidential,
. x» Address F. O, Box 154. Inclose
»* iU.n j-. arag. t Us
OUILK TO HEALTH.
—7-«*P«'ionce In Hospital aad
;„ r '/,•••Sv; * , •.'* J*:rfora», and wm cuaran
v...? fiiV rnmnM-^iSi 1, b '' ccj * 1 Diseases In the moA
;■,« -.fuAU 52; ci *» •
A PERFECT CURB WABRANIED.
I*. ,-k.is sulk-ncg from irregolanuee should c*u at
>.c- st:.o he cured.
"it- i.fr'ty references as to nliUity and success
lt%a l Nfltua.
r-STATE OF ORSON SMITH,
X ' D»*c. A«ed—Public notice Is hereby d»en. to all
T>cr olf liavlng cialnn and demai J» ainunsl t-e eetate
ofi jbouhnmh.Cfcnatea.toprerent the ssmeiorad
■ udlmtlotj and -ctJler.-ent at a regnlar. term of the
C -iii tv court of Ook County, to be boldm at tee
Cuu’tllouae In tlic city of Chicago, on the third Mon
cay of August, a D jHB, vdnp tee 17lh day thareor.
ChlcafiO. July 2, IbCS. 4jß-*9bWW
Honking orta ®ct!)ang«.
■piEST NATIONAL BANK OF
tteKSSa2& l I ' , ILL^SS&IF alled
22 lASILIB STREET.
Capital, - - - - 5 250,030.
Is prepared to famish the usual famine* to custo
mers and correspond-"**, g aIREV. Prea-dent.
£DW E CRUSTED. Casoler
Dtssotobs j—E Aiken. Berl. p. Hnfhlnsoo-John B.
Sherman. Sam*l W. Allenon. Byron Rice. Sam’l M
Kickeraon. Sarr’lG. J). Howard. Tracy J* Bronson,
W AUerton. irMr^-iv
ENDICOTT & CO.,
BANKERS,
Career Lake and Clark streets*
A general banking business transacted. jyl-gOOI-Sa
A DVANCES on produce.
xX He undersigned ore prepared, ms heretofore to
make advance* or authorize draft* against Prodace
shtejed to tlie’r correspondents In tbe nrtnc*r»nl our.
fcet* In Great Britain. 81DEY A CRAWFORD.
_ _ Bt. Peter street. Montreal.
RaPEarjcca—Bank of Toronto. Montreal.
niySfrcSbS 3aa
r rUE MERCHANTS, FARMERS
X AND MECHANICS SAVING’S BANK.
Clark Street, Chicago, 111.
Ottoetoura from 10A.M.to BP.M, Also, from 5 F
M, to 8 P. M, Tuesday and Saturday.
INCOU POKATED IN 1861.
Biz per cent, Interest?*!., Savings.
ZUBXOTOKB A3TD OryjCZKa.
President—fi. H. FLEETWOOD.
Vlee-Prest—F. C, Shkbxak. Cotfnsel—‘Wit. C. Govdt
V Ice Prea s—P.B W kbit all. Cashier—Sttnxt Mrans
voosd or xxonosm.
J.C. Forgo. J. M. Rountree. M. Lewie,
J. XL Jones, T. 8. Phillips. & 8. Haves.
J. BerJ)J)unne,yo.C. 8. Dole,
K. J.O.GlndeieT A. H. Barley.
Ed. Hempstead. T.H. Beebe, W.B. Scales.
A. Gage. Hon, W.B. Cfgdcn,
J.M.W. Jones. TV I Joggett. seS*-n6fi-»y
■RANK; OK AMERICA.—PubIic
JX Notice I* hereby given, that all BUIS or Circulat
ing Notes of tbe
44 BANK OF AMKHICA,*
He: etc fore Incorporated and doing busmen la the elly
of Chlc&go.underthegeneral b oolong laws of tbe State
of nhi.olt must be presented fornayment to the Audi
tor of Public Accounts of sold State, at bis office, la
the city of Springfield, within three years from tbe
date hereof, or tbe funds deposited ror the redemptloa
of ooid notes will be given up to sold Hmhlt
Dated tfeis 27th day of May. A. D. jssi.
„ , . _ GKOkQB SMITH. President.
K. W. WixnoßD. Cashier. jySS-gsSttojei-fet
JT # W. DREXEL & CO,
<2 CLARK STREET, CHICAGO,
Receive Deposits, Make Advances upon Pro*
duce inStore and Shipments, ami transact
General Business,
Bz/s. tißi’ifi. a Co„ Dcxnx & Co.
New York. [myS-gtIS ly] Philadelphia,
CARD.
The Marine Company of Chicago.
The Stockh olden of this Institution bavlac coa'rlb
atcaaudiuildin
KEW CASH CAPITAL,
The Makhtf Coin*art of Chicago is now ready to
transact a General Bualnew, and offers Ita services to
cm-tomets and correspondent*, in all traaeao-
Cors. Under ita amended charter, two ditinrt de
partments are established;
1. A General Deposit. Collection and Loan
Department.
2. A Savings and Trust Department.
The business and transactions of each department
are repaired to be entirely distinct and independent of
each other, so that In ao event shall tbe funds of the
Sarlaes DepaTtu ent bp jeoparded by the other trans
action* or buoinnoe of sold Company.
eoinmusion illrrctjanu
*\/T cALLISTER.HALL &LIYERHORE
JjX general
commission merchints,
SSS South "Water street, Chicago. HI. P O. Box 8637.
"Wasctkp—Boo.ooo lbs. of Wo.il. on Eastern orders,
Superior "White Winter and Spring "Wh-at Flour for
City Trade. JyUhSSS <w
\TAN WAGENEN & CO,
T GENERAL
commission merchants,
ISB Booth Water street. Chicago. Casbadvancestnade
on roßrtgomcr.te to Buffalo. Oswego and New York,
with wivl.ept of sale at either place.
sm.vxKWaoaaxir. b. n. joedah. sosook e- feoeock.
lirt-baaim]
r\RAKE & BEEBE,
J-/ GENERAL
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Dea-born street, Chicago. Di
B.—Particular attention pala to coielgntnents Of
Fruit. jyd-hCT aw
"RATES, STCXNE & CO.,
PRODUCE
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
We have removed one door wert o! our old stand,
Where we have greater faculties for our increasing
buslacsa. rnySdWMSw
<fc GIBBS,
COMMISSION SEEBOHIKTB)
Particular attention given to oraen for Floor, GraUi.
WooL &c. Libera! advance# made oucouaigiimeaUtc
Buffalo, New Yoik. Boston and Montreal.
Warehouse 63 and Bl South Water street. Chicago. HI.
J. LXDTJO. fseSS-ugS-ty r. a, gibbb.
T ANS, PEARCE & CO n
COI»msSION MEttCHAJiTS,
STB Bout 3 Water street, (up stairs) Chicago. IU,
Adtances made on cundgnneclf to Woodruff & Co_
Ken York and Seeing A woodruff, SC. Louis.
A LBERT MORSE & CO„
XA PfiODTTCB
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. IS6 Couth Water street, (Aiken's Bnjlilag,
Chicago, Illinois.
SZ r ~Bcslncn confined strictly to Commtalom-XS
fftq27tfta-ty3
AKIN & CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
166 South Water street Liberal advaueesmdeofi
Flour. Grain and Provision*, to be sold here or by
TO. A. BBOWK A C 0„ New York,
a. Asxzr. s. a. btsxbot
H. COWAN & CO.,
241 LACE STREET,
WID pay the highest tna-ket price for Wool. Hror*
Pelts. Baob. Old Metals. Pans wax and GnraisG.
oyg>-ts*62m
iTTOESEIS ISD COUXSELLOES IT Uff,
Boom 6, Portland Block, southeast cornu Dearborn
Md Washington streets. Chicago. P. O. Drawer 5358.
GnmTc.vti.nn. [mym ei«B-3m] a.e.7QOUAa.
QILBERT, UPDIKE & CO,
commission merchants,
No. 20 Lasalle street, Chicago. P. O Drawer 59G5
Exchange oa St. Leals Wanted.
O. J, OZUIERT. * ) BfsJU-RD.GIIJJCBT *eo.
o. w. itdikk. V No. s City Boil dines,
Z.O.STAXASD. j □e27g7SS6m] Bt. Louis.
gHERMAN, COOLEY & CO,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
46 Laaalle rtre;t. Office No. L
TLeirmfijT. / Formerly of
j.BAierrx. fWrlgbt. Sherman ft Co.
C,G cnozxT. Jat«sWlthEwli:g.lJrigg* ft Co.
py&-cSV)-Sm
pENISTON & CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
LIVEEPOOL.
UirxREBUCB: —Messrs. Page. Btchnrdson ft Co
Middleton ft Co„ New Tork.
Enow ft Burge**. do.
Johnston ft Bayley. do.
Cash advances made on consignment* of Provisions
ilcur.ftc_ to the *bov* house dt
HKMir aulwaed & co.
del&yliH ly is LaeaDe Ftreot. Chicago.
Jiunrante.
'J'ITE WASHINGTON
Life Insuraxce Compaaj
OF KEW FORK.
Assets, Jam 1, 1863 S2OO 722.55
Liabilities, (cost to reinsure, Ac.)... 59,x07.08
Surplua *5141,615.47
Tbla Company offer* MORE ADVANTAGES to the
Insured than any ether Company la the country.
Permanent Capital Stock of $125,000
Policy Holders Receive all the
Profit**
ETOCKnOLDEBS RECEIVE NO OTHER DIVX
DENDS TllaN TEE LEGAL INTEREST •
EARNED BY THEIR STOCK.
DIVIDENDS TO POLICY HOLDERS OSCE
CREDITED ABE SEVER FORFEITED*
GREATEST POSSIBLE LIBERALITY IK ASSIST
ING PARTIES TO KEEP UP THEIR
POLICIES IN FORCE.
premiums are paid,tteCompany
clrr Imm ,£^7?J 1 rateable. proportion tbe-ejf. or
policy for such an amount as that cash
value would purchase without farther payment
KO OTHER COMPANY
Has ever dope this after a policy vu forfeited by non
pajmant of premtnm when due.
thereforecacootlosewhattheynayia. Uthey bacame
unable to make their regular payment*.
ÜBEBAUTI AKD PBOSEPXIT CDB
IK SK7TLIKQ nr.Arwa,
ACUVK Agent* wanted throughout miaola.
A. FABMEB, General Agent.
Jy4-kH-6w
T'HE MUTUAL LIFE INSUR
i ANCE 00., of New York, F. 8. Winston, Prod
dect. AabCte Ftbruary Ist, IBS.
$0,225,119.79.
O.CBONEBITK. General Agent fer Northern and
CVttialllllrcla.No sciark at, Chicago jell c*My
X'tmnuial.
OHODE ISLAND CENTRAL
i-l bank. RHODE ISLAND.—Panuaat tea deer»
tal order of tno Eanmnc Coart of the Elate of Khods
uand the give** notice that ah pencar
folding bills of the
RHODE ISLAND CENTRAL BANK,
with bin: at bl* office. Wo. a
Vobottctrtreei. Providence, u. l. oo or before the
S aaiialSt *** tDMy ** declared out of the Mseti
CSltliraga
WEDNESDAY, JULY 22.1883.
TKE WiUFf RIOT EV BOS
•row.
How it wm Suppressed.
[From the Bo=ion Courier, JolflS.)
A. riot look place in'this city last night,
which, but for the promptness of the meas
ures taken to suppress it, would have proba
bly proved as disastrous as that in New Tors.
The outbreak was apparently sudden, and
with the fatal consequences it is not unreason
able to believe that a repetition of it will not
be made.
M esley Hill and David Howe were engaged
in distributing notifications to drained men
about noon. A notice had been left at a
shop in Prince street for a man who was not
present, and Mr. Howe stopping to **lk
with a woman in relation to the matter,
was £ truck by her. An attempt was made to
arrest the woman, when a gathering crowd
hearing who the officers were, made an as
sault upon Bowe, beating him severely.
Be was rescued from the mob by officer
Wilkins, and carried into a store corner of
Prince and Causeway streets. When it was
supposed the crowd hod dispersed, they pro
ceeded toward the Merrimac Bouse, where
Bowe boarded, when they were again assailed,
and Howe was separated from the officer and
further beaten. Dr. Ball was called to dress
the wounds of Bowe, and fonud five or sir
cuts about bis head, ids eyes swelled and face
severely bruised. Meantime Mr. BUI, esca
ping from the men, reported the difficulty at
the office of the Provost Marshal.
A force of police officers was sent to the
scene of the disturbance, and in the attempt :
to quell it, officer Ostrander was severely in
jured in the head. Cnrtis Trask, of the Sec
ond Station, was cut with a knife immediate
ly under one of his eyes, cut through his
clothes on his right side, and was severely
bruised in bis back. For a time there were
fears that other riotous acts would be commit
ted, but nothing farther occurred beyond the
gathering ol crowds of people in and near the
Fifct Station Uoase. These crowds increas-
cd as a knowledge of the disturbances was
made known, and during the afternoon many
were looking on through cariosity, while oth
ers talked over the mailer of the draft with
COLriacrable feeling.
Tbice serious indications of difficulty
caused measures to be taken to increase tbe
police force in suitable locations, and orders
were issued to notify the Lancers, the Elev
enth battery, Capt. Jones, and the Forty
fourth regiment, to be ready lor immediate
service. An order was also sent to Fort War
ren for troops,ard three companies were sent
Dp, which, after being marched through sev
eral of tbe principal streets, were quartered
at the barracks iu Beach street. A company
of regulars was also sent np from Fort Inde
pendence, and neariy a company of the Second
cavalry, from ReodvUle. These precautions,
it was believed, would be sufficient to prevent
any difficulty during tbe right.
As night approached, many young men In
squads ul from six to twelve or more, from
various parts of the city, were seen moving
towaid the North End, some of them with
sticks or clubs, but even tbenlt was not clear
that any mischief was designed. At about
Laif-iiasi S o’clock, a crowd of from 500 to
1,000 gathered in front of the armory of the
lltb battery, in Cooper street, with riotous
demonstrations. Capt. Jones warned the
crowd of the danger of a riot, but this did
not avail, and an assault was made upon the
building. Stones and bricks were freely
thrown, the windows were broken, and the
door forced when some of the rioters entered
the building, and several of the members ot
the battery were injured. It was then mani
fest that some more effective measures must
betaken, or the guns in possession of the
battery would be captured. A gun had been
loadtd with canuistcr shot, and when the
meb were about to triumph. It was fired with"
fatal effect, killing several and wounding
many more.
Tliis fhot caused the mob to waver, but
they did not give way entirely until a bayonet
charge was made upon them. The statements
during the evening were very conflicting as to
the result of the firing, but as near as could
be ascertained at a late hour, the killed and
wounded were as follows: A man about thir
ty-five years of nge, name not known, was
killed, eleven shots taking effect in his head
and body, and his right arm was nearly shot
off The body was taken to the First station
house. Wm. Currier, a man of seventy-one
years, father of Officer Wm. W. Carrier, who
lived near the armory, was killed, it
is supposed, by the mob. He "belonged
in Bow, New Hampshire, and had been
living in this city about six months. John
Norton, a boy 10 or 12 years of age, living at
No. 106 Endicotl street, shot through the
heair, and died instantly. Michael Gaffy, 11
year* old, living at No 81 Cross street, was
shot in the bowels, and probably did not sur
vive the night; bis hand was also shot off P.
Beynolds, a boy of 12 years, living in Bolton
place, was shot in tno hip, the bone being
badly shattered, and his arm broken. He was
sent to the hospital, and may survive.
The boys were all taken to the office of Dr.
Walsh, in North-square, and such measures
were taken for the relief of the living as was
found to be necessary. There were reports
that the body of a woman was seen carried
through the streets on a bier, bat it could not
be learned who she was. Beporis of other
persons being killed and wounded it was
difficult to verify.
About the same time with the attack on the
armory, a mob of several hundred persons
made a rush into Dock Square to procure
arms. The store of Thomas P. Barnee, No.
28, Was broken open, the door and windows
being demolished, when the best arms in the
store were immediately seized upon and car
ried away. Not less than one hundred guns,
nearly as many pistols, and three or tour doz
en bowle knives, valued at some, $2,000 were
stolen. From appearances in the choice of
the articles, and the position from which
some oi them were taken, it is believed that
the leaders must have had knowledge of their
location. The door ot the entry adjoining
was broken open, and the mob rushed up
stairs to the shop of John P. Lovell,gunsmith,
but it did not appear that the shop was en
tend.
The next rush was made for the store of
William Bead «3c Son, Faneuil Hall square.' A
guard of aeveral officers has been stationed in
this store, known to have a larger and more
choice stock of firearms than any other in
the city. When the mob entered Dock square,
John 3L Dunn, detective officer, who was
at Mr. Bead’s store, hurried to the Second
Station Bouse, filled a carriage with officers
well armed, and driving rapidly, reached the
ei ore just as the mob was breaking in. One
man who struck a blow upon .the win*
dow, was shot in the head and the mob re
ceived a check. This man was James Camp
bell, very stout and muscular, and although
the shot took effect above Ms eye, causing
much blood to flow, It did not appear that ho
*as seriously injured. He waa carried to
the station honse and locked up, Some ef
forts were made to effect his release on balL
which, however, proved ineffectual.
As soon as the xio.oua demonstrations be
came known, an alarm was given to turn out
the military, as well as the police force. It
was but a short time before nearly the entire
dayiiKfiice force in the city proper reported
for duty at the Second Station, with u dele
gation of some thirty from South Boston.
This force was sent to Dock square as fast as
assembled, but the mob had separated, de
parting in different directions. The Mayor,
Chief of Police, and Deputy Chief were early
at the scene of the riot, promptly and effi
ciently directing the movements of ihe police
ano giving directions for the position of the
military.
The Light Dragoons were early on duty,
and were placed as a patrol force in the
neighborhood of the Cooper street armory,
In Baymarket Square, at Faneuil Bull, and
other points where there were any gatherings
or probability of a riot. The force from the
font were placed in and around Faneuil Hail,
to be used as required, with two field pieces
loaded in the Square. The cavalry from
Keudville was posted as a support to these
funs. The Lancers were at their Armory in
mlbnry street, ready at any moment oh call.
When the rumor of the acts of the mob be*
car>e known, the streets In the vicinity of
Dock square, Faneuil Hall and Uaymarket
square were soon thronged with people, to
sec or hear what was going on/ The police
force immediately cleared the squares,
the people were directed to goto their homes.
At a late hour the police occupied Dock
square, allowing no one to pass except to go
to their homes, when the entrance to Faneuil
hall square was rigidly held under martial
rule.
The alarm of fire soon after 1 o’clock this
morning was caused by an attempt to set fire
to the armory, in Cooper street, during the
absence of the guard. The fire was extin
guished with but little Injury.
SHAESPEJJtE’S HOME.
The Bcccnt Changes at Stratford-on*
Avon.
[Correspondence of the If. Y. Evening Post]
SriuxroßD-os-Aro.v, England, 1
June SO, 1863. J
The restoration mania, which for <bo past
five- years has been raging in England, which
has excited to a frenzied pitch the ire of com
petitive architects, which has fornisbed the
newspapers with their numerous “fine art”
paragraphs,and which has made thovcnerablo
catbednjg renew their youth like eagles, has
Imd ample play in this hallowed and beautiful
village of Straiford-on-Avon. The visitor of
five years ago would now scarcely recognise
the far-famed Henley street and the little
house iu which Shakspeare first drew breath.
Instead of being one of a mean and squalid
row, with the main window yet retaining
the butcher's stall, and the front wall bearing
the weather-worn sign which informed the
passerby that “hero the immortal Shakes
peare was horn,” there now stands a neat and
rather imposing edifice—of the old style, it
is true—but such a one as mhrht readily have
hem the residence of a well-to-do gentleman
of the sixteenth century. The surrounding
houses Lave been removed, and their sites
laid out in neat grounds, which extend quite
back to the parallel street. A few simple
stone scats in the garden are made out of
f °K®ents of the foundations of the removed
houses, and in the centre stands all that is
k /c? i bIODC which in the time
th S p^ I>Caro the P riucl l‘ o * square of
TILE HEXOVATtOK.
The house iu elf has been remedied with
the* greatest care, according to an oldpilut
taken shortly after the poet's death. Though
d<. ne with fidelity, the restoration has a rather
unpleasant effect—it looks now where we ex
pect oulyibo old. And ye*, it must be con
fessed that the building never was so sightly
and attractive os it now Is; and when the ex
posure of the next fifty years shall have mel
lowed the freshness and darkened the light
nets of the restored birthplace, future genera
tions will find in it a grateful cause of thank
fulness to the Shakespearean veneration of
the nineteenth centurv.
The interior of the house has received addi
tions, rather than restorations, the kitchen
and the room which tradition has long desig
nated as the birthplace, remaining intact,
though a proposition is, however, on foot, to
Whitewash tie Trails and ceilings of lie lat
ter. It will be rememborerj that these wall*
are completely covered with toe names of vis
itors of the past fifty years, the marks written
With t-eufil ihirtv mid forty years
os fresh and as legible as though inscribedbut
yesterday. Qfjioarefc t hey are all the names
of insignificanmediocriiics, ot whom one O.
J. Cayley thus discourses, on a written card
carefully shown to visitors:
**3io Intellect above the Itch to scrawl,
Lo I weak and strong alike went to the wall.
The walls gxoivn umk with names, a Juicier feel
ing
Raised nande and ores to scribble os the ceiling.
Forme, poor nannies** bard, oh! sad disaster,
No single inch remains of nameless plaster;
Yi 1 1 Uij pearls ha> e trampled, and must sign
My name among the other grateful swine
Who come to make a sty of Shakespeare's shrine.’
Tel these insignificant name-scrawls, as far
as the present generation is concerned, form
T«rt and parcel of the famous room; and to
bury them all in a shroud of whitewash would
te nut to make anotht rund a needless altera
tionof the familiar though deserted shrine.
Sestets this, each person who, with more
force than ever Dogberry could have demand*
ed, thus wrote himself “down an ass,” de*
serves, for defiling these hallowed walls, to
have hiti wretched name go down to the cou*
frrupt of people yet unborn. Walter Scott
himself, whose autograph is to be seen on
the window, deserves disgrace for this petty
piece of egotism.
A rear room, reached hy a short entry from
the birth chamber, contains the portrait dis
covered a year or two ago. It Is enclosed in
an iron safe which is carefully shut every
night, while a brass label below gives place to
these words:
“This portrait of Shakespeare, after having been
In the possession of William Oakes Hunt, town
Clerk of Stratford-on-Avon, and his family, up
wards of a century, was restored by Mr. Simon
Collins, of London, and being considered a por
trait of much Interest and value, was given by Mr.
Bunt to the townof Stiatfonl-on-Avon to be placed
and preserved iu the Shakespeare House.”
No clue cun be found to tbe painter of this
portrait, which represents Shakespeare (half
Uugih) clothed iu a scarlet doublet, over which
is flung a black gown—the eamo costume and
colors of tbe bust in Stratford Church. The
friends of the picture claim that it was paint*
cd iu Shakefpeare’s life, but, iu the absence ot
decisive proof, it is generally thought to be a
copy on canvas of the bust. Be this as It may,
the portrait is certainly a splendid bit of point*
log, and presents a head, a brow and eyes
which will answer well to the ideal the warm
est admirer of Shakespeare may have formed
of the personal appearance of the “Swan of
Avon.”
TIIE BURIAL PLACE.
The Church of the Holy Trinity at Stratford
Is well known as oue ot the most perfect
types of rural and architectural combination
in all Ergland. The tali, sharp spire, the
graceful avenue of dense overhanging lime
trees, the gently flowing river reflecting* the
chancel window, the quaint old grave-stones,
the quiet beauty of the whole scene, are
enough to render the place most attractive
without even the special sanctity of the re
mains once animated by the greatest of hu
man minds. The readers of Wilkie Cullius’s
touching little story, “The Stolen Musk,” re
lating how un enthusiastic old masou stole
into tbe church one night and clandestinely
took a cast of Shakespeare’s head, will find la
it as pleasing a description of the famous edi
fice—Stratford Church—as modem literature
bus supplied.
Bui changes have taken place even hero.
The organ gallery at the west end has been
removed, and the organ placed on the floor of
the transept, while a painted window has been
plact d o> er the west entrance, aud other win
dows are filled with stained glass.
The far famed Shakespearean bust has been
re-coloted os it wras originally, and the effect
is certainly better than when it wore its for
mer drab nue. It is estimated that on an av
erage J,OCO persons visit this church to see
the bust every ytar—and one-tenth of the
number are Americans.
THE BTBATFORD CHARITIES.
But the visitors miss considerable if they
do not cuter the vestry room, and, forgetliug
Shakespeare for a moment, take a look at the
dozen or two of large painted blackboards
which are suspended on the walls, and record
onlhu little yellow letters the charities left
to the parish by pious folk of the olden time.
Such bequests arc held by almost every par*
ith in the kingdom, and Gladstone lately
raised an excitement by proposing in Parlia
ment to subject them to taxation, or even to
confiscate them to the use of the State. In
most instances these bequests have more
than doubled In valae. and certain districts of
England—Herefordshire in par'icular—prac
tically offer large premiums to pauperism. In
Slra’lord the poor are also remarkably well
off; owing to such legacies as these:
“Btnry Smith, cent,, of Old Stratford, gave
twelve pence a week, to be raised out of the rent
of hie blx tcuemt Lta in the Chapel Lane, to buy
bread to be given to twelve poor people of this
parith on every Lord’s day. Afc aterta* /aciain
Mam ab vUo l'auj*ri ct a te minim* awrUtur
fccUf Uei."
Tlitee “six tenemenlß*' have since.been
tore down and the money otherwise invested,
but the bread is faithfully distributed every
Sunday In a little room behind the enurch or
gan.
Another Instance is thus recorded:
“ Thomas Oaken, gent., gave £4O to be let ont to
eight poor tradesmen ol this borough, from threo
year? to three years, at eight pence in the pound,
changing the parties every third year, the increase
thereof to be given as lolloweth, viz: 3 shillings
and tour pence for a sermon to be preached every
first Sunday In September, and ten shillings to the
Mayor and Aldermen to be drunk on the same day.
Ihe remainder to be given to the poor in bread
three days before Chilstmas."
Tins bequest has been somewhat tampered
with. The sermon, probably for want of lis
teners, has been abandoned, and the Mayor
and Aldermen, with an abstemiousness unpar
alleled in municipal annals, have always de
clined the ten shillings liberally provided for
the! r bibulous propensities, the appropriations
in both cases for these respective objects hav
ing been transferred to the first provision of
the bequest.
Another good old soul—John Combs, Esq.
—left sis pouuds thirteen shillings four
pence ** to buy ten gowns for ten poor women
iu this borough;” but the value of the be
quest lias so greatly Increased, that twenty
gowns instead of ten are now annually dis
tributed.
THE <{ NXW PLACE” IMPEOVEMENTS.
The changes in Shakespeare’s homc,to which
1 have above alluded, were made by the Na
tional Shakespeare Committee. Another
Shakespercan movement has been for a year
and u half on foot, known generally as the
*‘Sb-ske=T)caro Fund,” which aims to accomp
lish the following objects. 1. The purchase
of the gardens ot Shakespeare at New Place.
2. The purchase ot the remainder of the
Birthplace Estate, being a narrow strip of
ground sold by John Shakespeare to other
penoDF. 8. The purchase of Anne Hatha
way’s cottage, with an endowment for a cus
todian. 4. The purchase of Getly’s Copy
holu, Stratford. 5. The purchase of any
other properties at or near Stratford, that
either formerly belonged to Shakespeare, or
are intimately’connected with the memories
of Lis life,. G. The calendering and pre
servation of those records at Stratford wldch
illtuirate the poet’s life or the social life of
the place at the time. 7. The erection and
endowment of a Shakespercan Library at
Stratford on Avon.
Colton in the Ocsert.
Becently In the House of Commons, Mr.
Cobdcu stated that at the toot of thoKocky
Mountains, in the Western Valley of the Mis
sissippi, there were exhaustless Helds for the
production of cotton, and a soil aud climate
admirably adapted to the plan, which only
required English capital and enterprise for its
development.
Some color may be given to this assertion,
by the fact that some crops of cotton have
been raised In the Salt Lake Valley, But
how, where aud under what circumstances
these crops were raised, what was the yield
and expense of cultivation, aud what the
chances of disaster to the growing plant from
untimely frost, either in spring or tall, are
Jiarticulars of which we have as yet no satis
actory Information. Doubtless, with cotton
at seventy-five cents a pound in New Tork,
the article can be produced in localities,
where at ordinary prices heretofore, nobody
would think of planting it. Bat we are great
ly mistaken in the capabilities, looking either
to soli or climate, of the foot hills of the
Bocky Mountains, if the application of any
cmontl of English or any other capital to the
cultivation of cotton there would in ordinary
limes bo anything but a complete waste of
that capital.— St. Louis JifpvhUcan, 20lh.
An Incident.
"Wc arc advised of a bit of news from Jolm
Morgan that gives us abettcropialon than we
ever entertained of a rebel. Just as be left
Mlamivillc en route for Dangerous Crossings,
on the Little Miami Hiiiroaa, be encountered
a man whh six line horses, purchased for our
Government sendee. Morgan demanded at
once the six sleek chargers. The owner, ina
good humor, said he thought he might divide
and only take half Morgan replied that he
would, and just as the horses were handed
over, the owner felt so good over his luck
with Join that he communicated to him some
signs and grips of the Golden Circle, of which
ho was a member.
At this Morgan became enraged and swore
he was a Confederate officer, but nevertheless
he hated “butternut” signs worse than b—l,
and at once took all six of the poor fool’s
hoi ses and left him to grumble and swear.—
Zatusvißi: Courier,
JO THE TRADE.
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London. Not. l?th. iss,
••With regard to the genuineness of the Beer sup
plied by Messrs. Candler A Sons. TSZT BOTTLS OCRS
OSLT. Bxr.OLAT. PauKINS A Co.”
GARDNER O. YVELIN. 217 Fnlton sL. N. T..
Sole Agent for Candler A Sons.
tirpcr sale In Chicago by GEORGE B. STANTON.
Jeis at w Fla
r'LESSON’S
vy CATARRH CUBATIVB.
Warranted a safe and infallible specific for Catarrh, In
whatever stage cf tbatoirsLilve and dangerous dis
ease. Scut by express, with full directions for salf
treatment. Price $3 per package. Address Dr. J. W.
VALPEY. Phytlc'aa for the Eye, Bar and Catarrh No
WH Washington street, Chicago. P.0.80x 2133.
Jy4-fclß-4w
TO MILLERS OR MER.
CHANTS.—The undersigned offers for silo the
Steam Flouring mils known u
“PRAIRIE MILLS,”
With Cooper Shops and Cattle Yard,
Situated In the Town of Fulton. State of lowa, the
second Station on the M. & M. Railroad, sixteen mJee
Pom the City of Davenport.
This Mill has three run of four foot burr stones, and
If capable of grinding two hundred barrels of Flour
per day, and lias ample power and la well supplied
with water, and la net tar from coal banka for tne ob
talnins ot fuel, and has a side track for the convenient
shipping of Flour.
: The location of this Mill is In the centre of an exten
sive wheat growing region, and can have a large run
of custom business In addition to Its merchant work.
Thla property originally cost about ten thousand
dollars and la now offered lor the sum of Four Thou
sand Dollars, on terms favorable to tt« purchaser.
For further particulars apply to A, C. FULTON, on
thepremlMS. or to GEQ DAVESPOBTi
Jet4-g2164w Davenport. lowa.
JOHN GRAY,
W DEALERS nr
WOODEN WARE, BROOMS,
Pails, Brushes, Mats, Twines, Cordage,
Tubs, Chums,
ITagoiis, Cliairs, Baskets, &c,
15 FUI.TOK AND 202 FEOHT-ST.
jtj gffli imta NEW YOhk.
QALT, LIME, &c.—A constant
lO supply of Now York and Michigan
SALT,
SS«br e - stn^Sf l a!*?fef:i;i-: nt “ a
General Comnbalon Merchant.
. 236.23E A 24Q South Water street.
nno EXCHANGE FOR tJNIM
I proved PROPERTY, a three-B*ory Brick
Dwelling, situated near the Lake, In the North Dlvl
don The house has been newly painted, and contains
h-t and cold water, gas. fswer, Ac or. It wlB be
rented at a low figure. Address Post Office Box 3639.
Jyl6-hC9-lw
(jbo/y—MARK WELL. We
®OU» want to employ energetic,trustworthy
aTents In every ce nnty In the United States, to whom
wrlli be uald from ISO to 980 per month, to sell our new
and beautiful Family Sewing Machine. AU wishing
to eocaee tor us thi.nld address aa below, wlthoutdo-
Uy. fa * B. T. BUSH. Wholesale Agent.
JjlShsatwU Chlcago.Hl. l P.O.Drawer6l3l. ’
Mtlrtrinoi.
wk it
DR. SWEET’S
Infallible Liniment
Tna
CHEAT ESTEBNU BEJtDEV,
iraURAIOIA, LTJ
BA m>nMB P #S££ K . AKD JOINTS,
B SS^?v,Uli rs AND WOUNDS. PILK3
all rheum vnc
AND NERVOUS DISORDERS.
Si. Stephen Sweet, of Connecticut*
The great natural Bone Setter.
Dp. Stephen Sweet, ofConncctlcat,
Is known all over the United States.
Dr. Stephen Sweet, of Connecticut,
lathe author of M Dr. Sweet’s Infcnihle Liniment
Br. Sweet’s Infallible ZJnlnteaS
Corea Bbeomatlsm and never
Dr. Sweet’s Infallible Liniment
Is a certain remjdyfor Neuralgia.
Br. Sweet’s Infallible lilnlment
Cores Borns and Scalds immediately.
Dr. Sweet’s Infallible Liniment
Is the best known remedy tor Sprains and Bruise*.
Br. Sweat’, Infallible Liniment
Cores Headache Immediately and was never known
fad.
Dr. Sweet’s Infallible Liniment
Affords Immediate relief for Piles, and seldom Ml
to core.
Dr. Sweet’s Infallible Liniment
CoresToothaehe in one mlnnto.
Dr. Sweet’s Infallible Liniment
Cores Cots and Wounds Immediately, and leaves no
Dr. Sweet’s Infallible Llnlmco
Is the best remedy £br Sores in thjknown world.
Dr. Sweet’s Infallible liniment
Has been used by more than a rnminn people, end a]
pralio It.
Dr. Sweet’s Infallible liniment
Is truly & " bleed la ueed,” and every family should
hare it at band.
Dp. Sweet’# Infallible Liniment
Is (or tale by all Druggists. Price 25 cents.
BICHARDSOK * CO„
Sole Proprietors. Norwich, Cl
For scle tv LOUD & SMITH, General Wesson
Acents,23 Lake street. Chicago, and by dealers every
where mbs-a4!<K-eow-ivv
Sealing fUacijines.
fiffliegSg
fMSEWINCf
mfm
12 ICA&® °
The Florence Sewing Machine
MAKES FODB DHTEEENI STITCHES,
The Lock, Knot, Doable Lock A Doable Knot)
With as much ease end i&clUtyas ordinary machines
make osb stitch, and with as little or less machinery.
It has the UT2BBIBLB rsED iionoit, which enabler
the operator, by simply turning the thumb wrew, tc
hfl\ette workruii to the right or left, to btat any
{art of seam, or fasten the ends of seams, without
urnlng tbe fabric. '
It runs zjooTLr, sews sapiult, and Is almost jjoiaa
use.
ltdee>theHxaTitnorPDn»Twork with equal fa
cility, without change of tension or machinery.
Changing tbe length of tbe stitch, and from one kind
of stitch to another, can readily be dona while the m*
chine U In motion.
It turns any width of hem; fells, binds, braids, gath
ers. tucks, quilts and gathers and sews on a rnflSe at the
same time. It will not oil tbe dress of the operator.
A hammer, all necessary tools, and *‘BARNUH'I
HELE-SBWER.” which guides tae work !tsol£ are fax
cubed with each machine.
AtjarTFS WANTED.—For terms, samples of aewlae
and circulars, address
JFLOEENCE SEWING MACHINE CO
Post Office Drawer 023, Chicago, m.
Salesroom .124 Lake street. se4-r39o*)y
CTtnunt
USEFUL and VALUABLE
DISCOVERY I
HILTON’S
INSOLUBLE CEMENT!
I* of more general practical
utility tlian any Invention now
before the public. It has been
thoroughly tested tinting the last
two years by practical men, and
pronounced by ad to be
Gbkat DzscovxbtLl
Appicable to tbs
m>eral Arts.
Superior to any
L-dneslve Preparation known.
AnewflMcg.
Hilton's losolable Cement
Isanewthlng. and the result of
rears of study: I's combination is
on Bctnmmo Pkiboiplks. and
undcroo circa jutsccesor change
of temperature. will It become
corrupt or emit any offensive
smell.
Its Comblnstioo.
BOOT & SHOE
Boot and Sbce
Manufacturers. using Machines,
win find it the best article known
tor Cementing the Chancels, as it
work* without delay, Is not atfec
ted by any change ct temperature
JEWELERS
Jewelers.
Will find It sufficiently adhesive
for their use. as has been proved.
It Is especially adapted
to leather,
And we claim as an especial
meric, that ic sticks Patches and
Linings to Boots and Shoe* sniff,
cleolly strong without stitching.
Famines.
IT IS TUB ONLY
LIQUID CEMSLVT
Extant, that Is a sore thing for
mending
FURNITURE.
CROCKERY.
TOYS.
BONE,
IVORY,
And articles of Household use.
a Li Quid.
REIMEMBER
Hilton's Insoluble Cement
Is In a liquid form and as easily
applied as paste.
Remember.
Hilton's Insoluble Cement
Is Insoluble In water or oil.
Hilton's Insoluble Cement
Adheres oily substances.
Supplied In Family or Uanu-
Ihctnrcrs'Pftckagesfrom 2 ounces
to 100 pounds.
HILTON BHOS. & CO.,
Fbopbiwtoss,
PROVIDENCE, E. L
10-gfglywFAy
Proposals
Notice.
DBFASTaUH? OF USATE. »
BPRisontLO, J one St. ISfil. j
Notice Is hereby given that proposals wiu be re
ceived at this departmen C ua-Il Saturday the f.th day
ct July next, at 13 o'clock M„ for distributing the
laws. Journals, and reports, of the late sesdon 01 the
General Assembly, and all other documents required
bylaw to be distributed, the same to be distributed In
districts as hereinafter designated, for which propo
sals must severally be made. Proposals wIUal»o be
crr-eldeytd for the whole State.
Proposals should specify the sum for each district In
which such laws Jcuma s etc., wm be distributed, or
If for the whole Beale, the sum must be named.
The laws, Journals, etc.. wlUbo required to betaken
from Springfield as soon as ready for delivery, of
which notice wffl be given, In conveyances of a ■ char
acter to protect them from injury on accoo.irt of
weather, eta. and delivered as noon as practicable, la
themsnoer required bylaw, at the county seats of the
respective counties, to the clerks of tbe county courts
thereof. -
- No payments will be made on any contract until tbe
full execution and performance of tne same, ana the
return of receipts stowing tbe delivery ot sail laws,
etc.to the clerks oft lie counties embraced In the said
cent* act.
Notice win be given to the Bucccs'fnl hlddcror bid
ders cf the acceptance cf ibelr proposals and the/ will
he required, wlihlu twenty days of each acceptance,
to me a good and sufficient bond in the sum of one
thousand dollars to be approved by the Governor, for
the fattbfcl performance of their contract.
Tne person or persons to whom the contract It
awarded, will be required to rrTKKira Tiraia owa
noxrefor packing the laws, Journals, etc. and topack
the same.
Proposals win he opened and examined at this de
partment on Saturday. July 3Kb. and 13 o'clock M.. Is
the preserco of such persons as may desire to witness
the tame.
DISTRICTS.
District Wo. 1.-Compcpcd of the courttcs ot A T exan
dcr Fnlaekl, Massac, Fore, Ha*dla. Gallatin B&.tne,
WltlAmson. Johnson. Union, Jackson. Rudolph,
Ferry, Franklin, Hamilton. Wtltc. Wubash. Edwards,
Wayne, Jefferson. Washington. Monroe. St. Clair,
Clinton, Marlon, Clay.Rlcbla’id.LawreDce.Crawf'rd,
Jasper. Effingham, Fayette. Bond, Madison. Jersey
andvolbcnn.
District No. 2.—Edgar. Coles, Moultrie, Shelby.
Montgomery. Macoupin, Greene. Pike. Adams. Han
cock. McDonough. Schuyler, Brown. Fulton, Mxeoo.
fas**. Morgan. Scjtt. Sancamon. Christian, Macoupin.
Platt. Champaign. Verm'liion.De Witt. Lcgan,Menard.
Cutr.berlana, Clark, Douglas and Word
District No. S—Henderson, Knox, Warren. Peoria
Taieweß, Woodford McLean. Livingston. Iroqnola
Will, Grnndv. Kankakee, Kendall. LaSalle. Pntaam,
Marshall. Stark. Bureau. Henry, Mercer. Rock Island,
Whiteside. Lee, Carroll, Jo Daviess. Stephenson. Win
nebogo.OgleJJeEalb, Boone,Kane. McHenry,Lake.
Cook and ImPage. O. M HATCH.
lv 3 el«n-3w Secretary of State
VfIGHT SCAVENGER,—CharIes
i> Knnz will Bltund so the cleaning of Vaults. Frlv
tee. and the removal of offensive matter of all descrip
tioni spoiled meats, dead animals.* c., Ac. Bain water
eisterns cleaned and purified. Particular attention
circa to the removal or stable manure. All work at
tendcf towlth promptness and dispatch, and at hour
non suitable. PortofflceßoxiliS. Jyifrh433lm
A PER DAT NET PROFIT.
Acer ts wanted for a light wholesale bual
ncM. from which the above proat
CAN POSITIVELY BE REALIZED.
Send stamp for a circular coatatrlng fall particulars.
Address C. F. enUTIS, Troy.N.T. Jylsh3sßlwls
TO BRITISH RESIDENTS.
From the first of Ju'y until tbs first of August, I
sha'l tave an office In Chicago. at I£J Washington ft.
opronte the Court House. (Mr. Alexander White’s j
OH cebom*—loA. 31. untUSP.V.. (Saturdava excen |.
Ed > Post Office Box 835. J. EDWABD WILKINS,
B B.M. ConsoL at Chicago, _ __
Residing under Instxnctlooe at Gt Louis. JcSS gTSO-Sa
XTOTICE TO SHIPPERS OF.
X> TALLOW. LARD. QRFA3F. *o-Tbs under-;
signed pay their particular attention to the sole of Tal
low. and all Soap stocks. Any consignments sent to
ttiemwinhepromptFdisposedof.ftad quick returns
made, on very advantageous terms, we mall our
weekly price current grans to *n tending their ad
dfceicsto v.ABBAhTENIGHTASONS.-
* jeiß-gSTMa 'EJWater street.New York’
StlmbnlJCj Sruljii:
JJELISOLD’S
Compound Fluid
EXTRACT EUCHU
A POSITIVE IXD SPECIFIC
REMEDY FOR DISEASES OF THE
BLADDER,
KIBSEYS,
AND DROPSICAL SWELLINGS.
Ttie Medicine Increases the Power of Dlges
tion, and Excites the Absorbents into
healthy action, by which the Watery
orCalcarons Depositions, and all
the Unnatural Enlargements
ere Reduced, as well os
Pain and Inflammation.
HEMmOLD’S
EXTRACT BUCHU
Has Cured every Case of Diabetes in
which it has been given.
Irritation of the Nett ot tbe Bladder and In
flamntlon of the Kidneys,
For these diseases It la Indeed a sovereign remedy,
and too much cannot be said in its praise; A slnete
dose has been known to relieve tbe most urgent aym>
tonJL TEX IT.
HELimniTMa
EXTRACT BUCHU.
UlcerfattuQ of ihe KldS6?i «sd Blid<
der, Retention of Urine, Diseases
oftlio Prostrate Gland, Stone In
83se Bladder, Calculus, Gnv*
cS, Silckdast Sepodt,
Females, Females, Females
la Affections Peculiar to Females,
The Extract Bnchn
Is oseqaalfd by any other remedy, as In Chlorosis
or Eeten tlon. Irregularity. Palnfolaeos. or suppression
of Customary Evacuations, Ulcerated or scirrhous
state of the liens, and for all complaints Incident to
the sez In tho
DECLINE OR CHANGE OF LIFE.
And for Enfeebled and Delicate Constitutions of both
sexes, attended with tbe following symptoms:
Indisposition to Exertion, Loss of Power,
Loss of Memory, Difficulty of Breathing.
Weak Nerves, Trembling, Horror or
Diseases, wakefulness, Dimness
of Vision, Fain in the Back,
Hot Hands, Flashing in
the Body, Dryness cl
the Skin,
Eruptions on the Face, Pallid Countenance,
Universal Lassitude or tlie TWf n ¥-
cular System*
Diseases of these Organs require the aid of a DIU*
KELMBQLD’S EXTRACT OUSHO
Is tbe Great IMnretic*
DELIUCOLIt’S EXTRACT BCCRU
Cures all Diseases arising from Habits of Dlssi
patios, Excesses and Imprudencies is Life,
HELMBOLD’S
Highly Concentrated
Compeaiiil Flniil Extract
Sarsaparilla,
For
purifying
the blood, re
moving all dis
eases arising from ex
cess and Imprudencies is
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 Heed, Salt
Etenm, Paine and Swellings of
the Bones, Ulcerations oftho
Throatand Legs, Blotches*
Pimples on the Face,
Tetter, Erysipelas,
and all scaly
eruptions
or the
skin.
And Beautifying the Complexion
NOT A FEW
Cl tha mm caerders that afflict maanad srisatrom
tne ccrmyarn tnat accumulates In tae ticod Of ail
tne discoveries that have been made to purge It out.
none can equal in effect HELM BOLD S COMPOUND
EXTRACT OF SARSAPARILLA. It aleanses and
renovates the blood, instils the vigor ct health lata ths
system, and purge* ont the humor* wr.lch make dis
ease. It stimulate the healthy functions of the body,
and expels the disorders that grow and rankle In the
blood. Such a remedy, that eould be relied on, baa
long been sought for.ard now, for the flrst time the
public have one on which they can depend Car space
here does not admit certificates to show its effects, bat
the trial ot a single bottle w 1U show to the sick that It
has virtues eorpas&ing anything they have ever taken.
Two table spoonsful ot the Extract of Sarsaparilla
addea to a pint of water. Is equal to the Llbeon Diet*
Drink, and one bottle Is fully equal to a gallon of
the Syrup of Saraapcrißa. or tne Deooetton,e6 usual
ly /t
DT* THESE EXTRACTS HAVE HK»IJ ADMIT
TED TO USE IN THE UNITED STATES ABM Y, and
are also In very general nse In all the STATE HOS
PITALS and PUBLIC SANITARY INSTITUTIONS
throughout the land, as wen as In private nr&ettcea
and are considered ae rwoed:--*
See Medical Properties t ßue/i a.
FEOMDISPEijSATOriY OF THE
UHITED STATES.
Bee Frofeeeor DEWEES . valuable works on tbe
Practice of Physio.
Bee remarks made by the late celebrated Dr.
PHYSIC, Philadelphia. *
Beeremsrksmadeby Dr. EPHRAIM MOD DWELL
a celebrated Pnyeician. and Member of the Royal
College cf Surgeons, Ireland, and published In the
transactions of »e Slag and Queen's Journal,
Bee Medico-Chlrnrgleal Review, published by BEN
JAMIN TRAVERS. Fellow of Royal College of Sur
geons.
Goa most of the late Standard Worta of Medicine,
PRICES:
Extnctßndm SI.OO per bottle, or Six for $5.00
“Sarsaparilla. SI.OO pcrtottle, or Six far 35.00
Beavered to any address, securely packed from ob
servation.
Address letter »for Information, b confidence, to
HELMBOLD’S
MEDICAL DEPOT,
Od South Tenth Street,
(Below ChestauD
PHILADELPHIA.
beware of counterfeits and
UNPRINCIPLED DEALERS,
who zHssavos to
Dltpoea cl “their own" and “other" article* oa the
reputation attained by
HELMBOLD’S PREPARATIONS*
HELMBOLD’B
GENUINE EXTRACT BUCHU,
HELMBOLD’B
GENUINE EXTRACT SAttSAPATm?^
HELMBOLD’B
GENUINE IMPROVED ROSS-WASH.
Sold by Druggist Everywhere,
ASK POR HELMBOLD’S;
TAKE NO OTHER.
- - KT Cot oat the advertisement and send
ibrTtandavo imposition and exposure.
wiwt«-
JJOSTETTER’S STOMACH
BITTERS.
Tv a; fcaro ter dock, first above Bub street bridge,
Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday After
noon, at 3 o’clock,
3faklrjr close conn.'cUon at Grand Harea with Detroit
and Mtlvankeo Railroad for all point* East. aad with
boat icr point* on Grard hirer. Freight and paaae*-
gets carried cheaper tnaa by any other line offering
eQßßiacroxtrodailors. Passengers will pleaae por
ch am Uielr tlciets on board the beat. Apply on boon!
or to A. E. GOODRICH. 6 and 3 Hirer street,
Jyl»hsC3-lm
hostetter's stomach bitters. I C UKAE]DIirNE -
CONCLUSIVE PROOFS
OF THE EFFICACY OF
HEAR THE WITNESSES
Worthless andpemlctousarticle* are so often hols,
teied np In the advertising columns of thu press by
fabricated letters, that the proprietors of HO3TST
TEII*S BITTERS rarely give quotations from tntir
business correspondence, lest the GENUINE OPIN
IONS of those who use and appreciate a GENUINE
ARTICLE should be confounded by the nnthmfctwg
with the FULSOME RIGMAROLE pat Intothemoaths
of MES OF STRAW by unscrupulous empirics and
charlatans. whose doable ottfoct la to sell botn their
trash and the PUBLIC.
6IUTEL,
Believing, however, that FACTS IMPORTANT TO
THE HEALTH AND COMFORT OF THE PUBLIC,
and which can be VERIFIED AT ANT MOMENT by
addressing the parties who vouch tor them, ought not
to behld under a bushel, the undersigned publish be
low a few comamnlcitionsof recent date, to which
they Invite the attention of the people, and at the
time ESPECIALLY REQUEST all readers who may
feel Interested In the subject to ADDRESS THE IN
DIVIDUALS THEMSELVES, and ascertain the cor
rectness of the particulars.
It cay be thought, perhaps, that a preparation Ilka
BOSTETTEE’S STOMACH BITTERS which has long
beenaSTANDAßDTONlCthroughoutthe WESTERN
HEMISPHERE, and Is rapidly becoming a staple of
trade at the antipodes, speaks for Itself in stronger
tones than private enloglnm can spsak of It This Is
trnetbut the phases of disease are almost innumera
ble, and every day new Instances oftbe successor lie
Bitters, either as a PREVENTIVE or a CURB, come
to tbeknowledgeof the proprietors through toe nw«».
Borne of theso are of Immense Interest to thousands
placed In precisely the same clrcmns tar ces attire par
tieawbo have been PROTECTED or RELIEVED, and
therefore It seems almost an act of duty to put them
on record.
For example, seven-eights of the multitudes who go
to sea suffer more or Ims from SEASICKNESS. They
dread this terrible affliction more than the fury of the
elements, and It most be au unspeakable satisfaction to
them to learn that It can be averted by the use of
HOBTETTEP.’S BITTERS. It Is only within the last
twelvemonths that this GREAT FACT IN MEDICA
TION has been established, and hence it la not univer
sally known. Those who have tested this newly de
veloped property of the preparation, and escaped sea
sickness bj its aid, are naturally anxious to spread the
glad tidings among all who “ go down to the sea Un
ships and do business on the great waters.'* The wit
ness on this point whose teitlmony Is appended, not
only gives blsowm experience, but corroborates It with
emphatic evidence from other sources. If there be
any who are skeptical on the subject, they are hereby
referred directly to him and to the gentleman who
shared with him the beneficial effects of the antidote.
The Immense Increase in the sale of HOSTETTTER’S
BITTERS, both at borne and abroad, daring the past
year, proves that the world, while It obeys the Scrip*
tural Injunction to “try all things,'* only “HOLD FAST
lothatwhlch Is GOOD.** Spurious preparations.llka
poisonous fbngl, are continually springing up, but
their character is soon discovered, and they are “dong
like worthless weeds away.** On the other hand, a
great antidote, that periorms all It promises, andjeven
more than its proprietors claimed for It on Its intro
duction. Is “not fflr a day. but for all time.**
Every dose administered of a useless or deleterious
nostrum helps to disabuse the pnollc mind of the im
pressions It msy have received from the flourish of
trnmpctswith which the deceptions article was an
nounced; while, on the contrary, every bottle sold of
areahy valuable medicine secures the permanent cus-"
tom of tee purchaser, and makes him au ADVER
TISER OP ITS 3DEBITS among his friends. It is thus
that HOSTETTER’S BITTERS have ootained their
unparallcltd popularity. The Press, Indeed, has mode
the GREAT STOMACHIC widely known, but It Is the
uniformly succe.-fifal results of PERSONAL EXPERI
MENT that bave rendered It a HOUSEHOLD MEDI
CINE throughout the length and breadth ot the land,
and the main reliance of the TRAVELER, the VOY
AGER. the MINER and thePIONEER.
During UieSammermoDthaapure.wboTeso'neToQle
which are also Incorporated the properties ot au antl
bilione and mild aperient agent, is essentially needed.
Sncb a preparation Is BOSTETTER'S STOMACH
BITTERS,the surest preventive and core of dyspepsia,
biliousness, constipation and nervous debility ever
placed within the reach of the community.
Against the depressing and sickening tendency of
heat and miasma It Is a potent safeguard, and upon
persons of leeble constitution and uncertain
Its renovating effects are most extraordinary.
St. Nicholas Hotel, New Yobs, March 3,1663.
Db. Fostettxb—Dear Sir: Being of a bilious tem
perament, and having suffered much from sea
heretofore,! determined, when leaving Now Orleans
for New York. In Jane last, to try your celebrated
Stomach Bitten. Having made the trip la the propel
ler Trade Wind without theleast Inconvenience, owing
to their preventlvo efficacy, I procured, on the 20th of
July, abox of yon; Blttera, for the use of myself and
a few friends, on cur contemplated voyage to Europe
In the Great Eastern. After getting to sea I opened
teebox,and,together with about ten of my feuow
pasßeng«rs.partookof the Bitten. On the second day
some of tee ladles on board felt sea sick, bat by taking
half a wine glassful three times a
covered. Dr. Goldsborow, the ship's physician, and
Cspt. Pator, the Commander, together with a large
portion of the passengers, subsequently experlmetad
with tee Bitters, and uniformly with entire success.
They will certify to the fact that daring the whole trip
not one person on board was sea sick after tba second
day. Dr. G. having appropriated the last remaining
bottle, as an Infallible specific, I had none of the arti
cle on my return voyage, and suffered more than I can
describe In consequence. I have orders for two boxes
from two of my late fellow passengers, nowin Liver
pool, and shall send them one by the next steamer.
You ought to have a depot in Liverpool. AdvlalngaU
persons venturing for the first time (or indeed at any
Ume) to sea, to obtain. It possible, a supply of your
Bitters before leaving port, and thereby SECURE
themselves against sea sickness.
I am. respectfully, r obedient servant.
JOHN A. MUELLO3.
Messrs. H<
G ESTLEias I hare used your Bitters daring the
ast six weeks, and feel It dae to jou and to the pub-Ic
to express my hearty apjn oral of their effect apon me.
I never wrote a ** pair " for any one. and I abhor every
thing that (avers of quackery. But your Bitters are
entirely relieved from the level of the mere sostktois
cf the day. being patent alike to aQ. and exactly what
they profess to be. They are not advertised to cure
everything, but they are recommended to assist nature
In the alleviation and ultimate healing of many of the
most common Infirmities of the body, and this they
will accomplish. I bod been unwell fur two months,
as la usual with me during the Spring. I was billions,
and su ffeiing from Indigestion and a general disease ol
the mneons membrane, and though compelled to keep
at work.ln the discharge ofmyprofeasloDaldaCie9.waa
veryueak.of a yellow complexion, no appetite. and
much of the time confined to my ted. When X bad
been taking your Bltursa week my vlgorretarned. the
sallow complexion was all gone. I relished my fool
and now I enjoy the duties of the mental application
which so recently wet esc very Irksome and harden*
some to me. When I used yoar Bitters I felt a change
every day. These are pacts. AH inferences most be
mode by each individual for Mwwoty,
Tours, respectfully, W, B. LEE.
Pastor of Grenne avenue Presbyterian Church.
Prosrocr Cottage. Großosrowzr.D.C.. AprH3.lS63
Messrs. Hobtsttkb ft Smith,
Gentlemen It gives me pleasure to add my tea*
Cinor.lal to those of others, In favor of your excellent
preparation. Several years of residence on the banks
cf a Southern river, and of dose application Co literary
work, had so thoroughly exhausted my nervo os system,
and undet mined my health, that I had become a itva-
Ttu toDwpepala. and Nervous Headache recurring at
short Istervals. and defying all known remedies In the
MateriaMcdlca. I had come to the conclusion that
ncthl'.g but a total change of residence and pursuits
would restore my health, when a friend recommended
Hostetler's Bitten. 1 procured a bottle as an expert,
ment. It required hut one bottle to convince me that
I had found at last the bigst combination of
nine. The relief it afforded me has been complete. It
le now some jean since I first tried Hos tetter's Bitten.
• end It Is hut Just to say that I have found the prepara-
lon ALL THAT IT CLAIM TO BX. It la ft STANDARD
Family Co octal with os: asd evon as a bttxclajtc
we like It better than anything else; tot we use It In
all nervous, billons and dyspeptic cares, from farcr
down to toothache, If what I have now said will lead
any dyspepsia or ntrroos Invalid to a sure remedy. 1
shall bare done some good.
1 remain, gentlemen, respectfully yours,
KD.E.S. SODTHWOBTH.
KXTT DXRABTMXNT. BUXXATT 07 YARDS AND DOCKS. 1
December 3oth,lßSi. j
Messrs. nosTwrrxß * Batrra, Pittsburg. Pa.,
Oentxbmxx:—About four years since my attention
we called to your Celebrated Stomach Blttere, I being
at the time a perfect martyr to Dyspepsia. In an of Its
terrinc forms; Indeed, I had not known forslxyearsan
uninterrupted night’s sleep. I commenced the nse of
your Bitters, taking them according to your directions,
except that the dose was reduced one half, and {bund
myself much, txrt much benefited by the first bottle
the second relieved me entirely j but I have ever
takes a dose In the morning. Immediately on rising,
finding it to act as a Tonic and Appetizer of the host
aoezeadlxchaxactxx. There la a peculiarity In the
edectcl yourßitteisonme.whlchlt may be well t
state; if from any caosel shall be suffering 00 accutely
with the Headache, a dsse of your Bitters bzlixvxs
me in fifteen sunctxs. In conclusion. I say, with all
sinceilty and troth, I would sot he returned to the
state of health la which your Bitters found me, aud
from which they have vnquistionably nxmaviD
me. von all the money in tux wools.
I am. with great respect,yonrob’t serai.
JOHN W. BRONAUGH, Chief Clerk.
Kxw Comizsom Camp.?
Lear Alexandria, Ya.. May2iUi,lsW. }
Messrs. Ho&Txrrzx A Smith,
Dzax Stas ♦—'Will you do me the favor to forward
by express one-balf dozen Hostetter*aStomachßitten,
with bill, for which I will remit you on receipt of satao
as I am unable to procure your medicine hero: and it
bac a quantity It could be sold readily, salt Is known
to be the best preparation In use for diseases having
their origin with a diseased stomach. I have used and
sold hundreds of preparations, but your Bitters are
superior to anything of the kind I am cognizant with.
lodeed.no soldier should ha without It. should he be
evtr so robust and healthy; for It Unci only a Has.
tobatttx. but a Preventive for almost all dl-cu-a a
so; dlerU subject to. IhavebeenaffllctedwUhChrocle
Indigestion, and net medicine w** afxoedxd mx tub
rxuzx tours bas; ap.d 1 trust you wlUicee no time
In sending the Bitters ordered.
Your*, very respectfully,
BAMUEL BYERS. Hosplta Steward.
BOSTETTEB 6c SSITH,
Proprietors, Pittsburgh Pa,
New York Office, So. 4 Broadway,
Jel9-.gtts*Cxcllttw- *
flledirinal.
Beoosxtx'. N. T„ MeySd, ISC3.
ft tomr.
Hcrilroai and Steamboat £hu*J
TT'OB ST. JOSEPH, GRAND
X EAVES aadIICSKEGOS.
Tfceftanncbaadftatfciflios tlio-wbsol
Steamer Sunbeam,
Capt. P. PABST,
Steam to Queenstown and Uvsrpool.
Tie first class powerful Steamship*
31C0.Y, ««»,<«,
SIAKAXUOS, TKIeOU,
wnisal; fromlfoTrTerß worr t!:,’rr.B‘e Wednesdar.
Liverpool every altercate Tuesday, and front
Vjeenfctown every alternste Wednesday.
uf^grX^-^^^^WILIiSABiQJIQa
IIETfHT CBEKSEB.ITS,
g SS!tS5.* !<m,;T con ‘" ° r “"gjgsj*
'J'HS NORTHERN
Transportation Company
OF OHIO*
JB F3XPJLMD to ISANSPOBT PSOPSS77 Bsstnn
BOSTON, ALL POINTS IN JTEW ZIfQLANU
HEW YOBS AJTD THE WEST,
wrrn promptness, care and dispatch.
This well known line of fifteen first class screw Steasfe
era connects at OGDENSBUOH with railroad for
Boston and all points In New England: at Cape VTrr
•eit with the Railroads between Cape Vincent and
Hew York; and atOswego with a line of thirty
first class Canal Boats between Oswego,
- Troy.Albany and New York.
Form a DALLY LINE from Boston, New
Ogdet “bureb. Cap« Vincent and o*w<»eo to Cleveland.
Toledo and Detroit, and a TRI-WEEKLY LIKB
To Chicago and Intermediate Port*
AGENTS.
J. MYKR3, TtPearl street. New York.
JOHN EO..KINO. State street.Boston.
GKO. A. EDDY. Ogdeasbarch-
JOIIN E. CRAWFORD. Oawtga.
A. T. SMITH. Cane Vincent.
WALKER & RATS, Toledo.
E.R. MATHEWS. Detroit.
O. J. HALE. Milwaukee.
FELTON AGREED. Cleveland.
N. J. HOWIE, Chlcaga,
Office and dock foot efNorthLasaile street*
mha-btia-lm
1863.
Western Transportation Company
AND
WESTERN EXPRESS,
THE WESTERN TRANSPORTATION COMPANY
bave made arrangements to run their Lake Steam
Propellers on alternate days with those of the
NEW TOBK OESTBII
nncsncAN cotb*l hailroiss,
—also—
THE WESTERN EXPRESS*
Running over the New Tort Central Railroad to Bufi
falo, and coor ecti'igwtte »be various Raffmadsrun
ning West, and the different Lines of Propeller? on tbs
Upper and Lower Lakes.
For bill* of lading and contracts via Canal or b«h
toad.apply to the following agents:
HUGH ALLEN. No. 1 Ccsutles Slip, New York.
EVERETT CLAPP. No. ICffinties Slip. New Torfc
AUG. COISBN. No. 1 CtEnllesSJp, Now XotiC.
S. G. CHASE. 113 Pier, Albany. N. Y.
B. G. CHASE, 131 River street. Troy. N. Y.
J.L UITODs CO., Hard’s Dock.Detroit.Mich.
E. A. BUCK. Green Bay. WU. '
J. J. TALLMADOS.M. A P.D.C. R.B.Dock. IQ
war tee. Wl».
WESTERN TRANSPORTATION CO-Buffalo,
JNO.HEAM * CO.,Erie. Pa.
BOND A MORRIS, Cleveland.Ohio.
HOPE INS & GBIFFITII, Toledo. Ohio.
W. f. DILL. Sandusky. Ohio.
A. P. DUTTON. Racine. Win.
KENOSHA PIER COMPANY. Kenosha. W!«.
W. E. WRIGHT * CO_ Waakegyj,llL
J. F. EISSLaND. flteSoygan, Wla.
J. W- TUTTLE,
General Western Agent, No S State street
mj2S-t2ok-Bia
18S3. THE 1563.
PEKHSYITAHIA CENTRAL S. B.
<25 BEUes Double Trmolc.
m order to keep pace with the demands of tea
Ink public, tea managers of this popular route have
added many improvements during the year I*3. and
with Its connection*, tt will be found In all respect* A
FIRST CLASS BOUTK to all the Eastern cltle*. Tie
krscklaatooabaSaatad,aßdentirely free from ■ -wt.
THESE DAILY TRAINS FROM
PITTSBURGH TO PHTLABEIPEIA
(with close connections from Western Cltleaj
Ail connecting direct to New York. THROUGH PHXL>
ADELPRiA. and close connections at Harrisburg fbf
BALTIMORE AND WASHINGTON.
From Pittsburgh to New York, one train nos daCy,
(430 mllea.) Tia Auentowc. without change of cir*. ae*
riving!: advance of all other routes.
SEVER DAILY TRAINS FROM
PHILADELPHIA 10 HEW YOKE.
Tickets for sale to Bo«toc by boat or rail Bo&CTTo.
katsgoudcnanyofteesoandUnee. Fare to all notes
as low as any route. »~****«
Sleeping Cara ou night trains to Philadelphia, Sm
York &d Baltimore aem
Baggage cheeked through sed transferred free.
FBEIGHIB.
By tin Rente Freights of all descriptions can be teg.
warded to aud from Philadelphia. New York, Boston.
orßaitunote.to asd fremaqy potato:tee k*m
of Ohio. Kentucky. Indlar.a. Elliots, Wiscooslmlowu.
or Missouri BY B*ILEO AJ> dibuct.
The Pennsylvania Centra: Railroad also connects aft
Pittsburgh with Steamers, by which Goods can be for
warded to acvport on the Ohio. Muskingum, Ken
tucky. Tennessee, Cumberland Illinois, MisalsslonL.
Wisconsin, Missouri, Kansas. Arkansas andßed Rivera,
and at Cleveland Sandusky and Chicago with Steam
ers to all Forts on tee North-Western Lakes.
Merchants and Shippers ertrust ng the transporta
tion of tbeli Freight to this Company, can rely with
confidence ou itsepeedy transit.
THE RATES Or FREIGHT to andfroa anypotnS
In the West by the Pennsylvania Centra* Railroad »»y
AT ALLTIEXS aS FAVOBaBLB ASABS CQAXQXD BTOZa
xbbailboad coEPASixa,
nr pe particular and mark packages “TikPaHK**
CTTTHiiB R.”
For freight Cmr-acts or Shipping Directions, apply
to or address e.ther of the following Agents o£ tha
C ° > S!A. 3 BTEWAET.PWigIit Agent. Pittsburgh,
CLARKE ft CO.. Transfer Agents, Pittsburgh,
H. W. BROWN ft CO_ Cincinnati, Ohio.
B. C. JIELDBRM ft CO„ Madison. Indiana.
J. E. 3IUORE. Louisville. Ky.
W. W.AIKMAN* CO.. Evansville. Ind.
BL F. SACS. £t. Lools, Mo.
CLARKii ft CO_ Chicago. IlhTlOtS.
j. H. MecCLU.PortsmoatVOhio.
McNEELT ft MONTGOMERY. MayeSvtUe, KT.
W. H. ft E.L. LANGLEY, GaUlpolis. Ohio.
H. 6. FIERCE, ft CO.. Zanesville. Ohio.
S. H. TTTTDSOS. Ripley. Ohio.
SL O.HELDRUM. General Traveling Agent ia Oft
South and West.
LITE STOCK.
DroTtre and Farmers will find tnis the most 6Cyvs>
agsone route for live Stock. Capacious Yards wen
watered and supplied with every convenience bays
oees opened on this line and Its connections and every
attention is paid to their wants. From Harrlsbur*
where will be found every convenience for feeding - af*
resting a cto'cels offered of the Pnnjtnar.%
NEW YORE and BALTIMORE MARKETS.
also he found the shortest, quickest sad most dfre-ct
route tor Stock to New York—(vis Alien to waT-t-d
With fe a er charges than any other.
- ENOCH LEWIS. Gen 1 Sup’t. Altoona, Pa.
L. L. fTOTTPT. SenT Ticket Agent, Philadelphia.
H. H. HOURTON. Gen'l FicljMt Agent. Philadelphia,
laS-ylo-fy
&9!(Ur
TWO ACRES OF LAND WITH
a roou dwelling, barn oed out houses, situated ta
EAST AEBOai,
Being a very desirable location for a residence, far
sale. Icqnl'e of EVAN JOHN, on the premises, op
addms by maHPcst Office Box 87. Aurora, m,
Jynhßglw
DARK BARGAINS EST REAL
JLV ESTATE.—Fifty two of the uo‘t fertile
hignb improved farms In Illinois, and 13.000 acres of
well located lands In Northern and Central Illinois for
saleatalow figure; 150.WKJ acres m lowa, Wisconsin
sidMiusefOta in tracts to suit; 1.000 lots in CtPcaga
from 150 upwards. Some rare chances Real Estaia
to exchange for Land. Mercnasdlse Live Stock. Lum
ber'll, K. Stocks, Notes and Mortgage*. I*and3.Lot»
and JUercha.idße bandit. sold And exchanged oncom
mlsstcn Rest of references CIIAKLJS It, UULMK4,
No 8 Methodist Church Block. P. Q. Drawer 58M,
Chicago. Jyls-h156-Iw
business and
T RESIDENCE PROPERTY
FOR SALE AX A BARGAIN*
Five Eto;es on Lake street, four Stores on South
Water Mrtet. three Stores on ST.-mklla street, near
Lake forty Lots In one bb'ck near Cnton Pure, wills
pas. water and sewer convenient; tne splendid Teas
dence and grounds now occupied by Bishop White
hoow? trcstl-g Uulon Park and Washington street*
with I*3 feet front on the Park, valued In is33At )TO.OCC
will be sold verv cheat* Aiso.otSer valuable prop
erty. lacntreof S. S. HAYES, L'o. 2 Court House,
Jy*-b2S-4w
WESTERN LAND AGENCY.
T • soe.ooo acres la lowa, Minnesota and Wiscon
sin—lmproved and unimproved—for sale. Pamphlet*
minutely dccrlblr.g same, furnished. Tates paid,
lands and farms sold, and titles examined In above
State" and ZUlnota. Personal attention given la spring
and tab tapaymeatof taxes on all lands placed fa xxy
Charge, w. •). BARSKY. office No. 3 over 111 2aa>
dolph street. Chicago. Post Office Box SCSI.
Je4-eSI2-dm
JANDS. —To all wanting Farms.
-J Large asd thriving settlement of Vineland, olid
eumat&. tbii ty tmles soaua of Phliadelphla.by railroad,
rich toil, proauces large crops, twenty acre tracts, aa
from to tiO per acre, payable within four years,
good business onwungs. good society. Hundreds are
itU.kgaxdmateK improvement*. Apply to CHA3.
K. LAnDIS, Postmaster. Vineland. Camoerla-d Co„
N. J. Letters answered. Papers containing fa’! la
formation. wfU he seat iree. jsT-eSOtm.
®cparhm’3i)if.
pO-PARTNSBSHIP NOTICE.
\*/ I have this day asaocleled with me
HENRY A. GOADBY.
Formerly of Gosdby. Perry & Co., St Lonta, and via
continue the Commission ana Salt business undertax
name 01 Clapp & Goadhy. O W. CLAPP,
Jyls>htl,-lw
p 0-P ARTNERSTHP.—The on
deraigned have thffi day formed a co-partnership
*or the transaction ofa general CoaraWlon bofdneML
Mder the firm name of HOW 2* BOBBINS. Offlce.ia
“sagssa&ae* l “• won
tnr.-feS-3m • s Y.EOBBDJS.
£onl.
POAL! COAL!! COAL I! I
The Scranton. Plttston, Wflkosbarre and. Shej
no* Id Coal Companies of PeucsyiraoiaaealapaWH*
th- public their choice family coals asfollows in
itjip.
LVltfiE E6G,
6UAIX EGG.
B«X«E,
CnEXYCT
ayd sinr.
ctote RLiW.

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