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XJIGHLY IMPORTANT TO
■*-* LUJIFfiI—AItiHJHcdUIss *ndMonta!ylm!£o
- from .Irttviar cm».fn«r ramoTM
»y»' ne» fjrtem of»re.to>“« •• “*
-anbntOwKCMnd. im, T. MACRO. fcM.
PortOfflcßoiSCT. 18C X.** ttwet, HL
;—
TAR. JAMBS, (formerly of New
A_* Orleans.) whose unrivalled aucce* lo thetrusw
BiBM ofchtoclt. Berairl«l,Bli>o4.»n4 other4ln*Mi.
yir.T BEQCIEEfiKTIXFULTBBiTMKNT,
g M permaoccUy located himself at 86 Randolph.
Chicago. Dr.Jameslsrecommenaefby'tbeme
*U-*J faculty, and the almost entire press of ths South.
Thousands OT tmfononatesbleat' D». JAMBA, ▼do,
tmt for hfra, would be living a miserable ertst
ocee The enviable reputation Dr. James enjoys from
the Lake* tothe Gulf, is the result of year* of study
«r.o observation.
D*. James uses bo Mercury. lodide. potatffl. Arsenic
cr fereararflla, in the treatment of Wood diseases,
tint a neutralizer. wW-blsaposltlvecare.
Organic Weakness cored by a new and IrtWHb'A
•thoc. laving both time and expense.
Ottos and parlor* at ficitsodolph street. (ap-ctaln.)
Office boon from 9 A. li. nnUJ BP M.
COKSFLTATIOIfS INVIOLABLE.
JyC-blßSmdftwls
DR. HILLIARD—Dong and ta
vorsbly known In the Northwest, has his office
atß9 Randolph street. Chicago.np-eUlra.lOrttaecnre
Of all diseases, male or female. Special attention given
4o all maladies at long standing. 1 hare cured eoaie
ot the worst cases of blood diseases ever known la
this country. Patients at a distance can consult me
by letter with every confidence. Advice gratia. En
close stamp to secures ready answer to interrogations.
Farnale Golden Lunar Pina, price one dollar p*r box.
If sent any distance, three thres-oeat stamp* -'etw
Cuired to prepay postage. Office hours £romß a. at UD
tOP.M. P.O.Boxss9o.Chicago.PL 3y12-by-0 W
W OLFE’S AROMATIC SCHuC
? * dam schnapps.
A VlilvCTtal curative In CONSUMPTION, removing
ho cough. Ac.
Recommended by the Medical Faculty asa Cathoß-
Vn jr tberemoral of DTBPEP&IA. In aD Its forms.
ZqDBOFSF Its eetahllahed curative properties h*v
ocg been without a rival, as attested by uni vers*
Cit'd! cni tcrtlmOhy,
The Diuretic and Solvent Properties of the **Aro
tuitjc bU-ivdsn; Scimapp®.” rendertidcciaedly efflea-
Clonrio Gravel and all other affections of the El«lneya.
JnGcm and Bbenmatuau, If taken In the form of
« nm-jnach. the patient lying warmly covered In bod,
tis pun alcoholic distillation will effectaspeedy cure.
as hotpuneb. In humoral and Spasmodic Asth
ma. It auords relief from the distressing
fyaptoins. -
By tu peculiar and specific qnaJJtlos,tt arrests the
©old ftngt In Ague and Fever, and prepare* the system
lot the administration of the admitted curatives of this
&acfc--e.
Admlnleiered In Cholera, Cholera Morbus and Colic,
tremevee spasm, restores u>e function oi cue liver,
Ctpld-y t'Odaccsbaolthy sccretiunt. Is should beta-
Ecu c.litd with hot water and sugar.
ASaNexTlne.aTonlcandaPurlUerol the Blood, a
rtal uf niteen years. In all climates and under all dr-
CULicrehcee. basetaropedtt wtth unlversalapprobstion.
Ftt o'laro adapted to the complaints of deUcate Fe
tSA'cfc.lt stande pro eminent among the established cu
yctlvo oi tue day.
It Is tLa only alcoholic preparation In our country
' cax. be generally Imbibed with pleasure and safe
s': never, even wheatakeo w«*w*.producing head
acjfO*-o»l*er m-plea-aM *-• ifcewnewees.
Hold, handsomely avapped tu yedui.- papers, in pint
gad oua’T potuec. by all Druggies, Ar-otnoCirl-3 and
Grocer® tc Uie United Statea. Pnrc«a*e from the aa
to p'cviM impMuon, In counterfeits
a-ji' uLlutiooa, astha whole country la flooded vim
gtem.
jinny Sutlers and the Tublio.
«nbac IDci Dcgt leave u> iniorn* kLecuiteba ol
tie Treat, mat be bw> A
Cj..oi ta for the *aie oi bU**w«le
trated fcchlertam %ror.*ticßc;ja»opß.~wQO'r;lJ«ayply
tieAiH. MiUcTtaud W.-ff«itbroeic'-.antt.k*Ncw \ JTt
prices. adding f 1 eight TtlfGluu’io» tbe ittaiidarc
dr!i.kif UivwoflO. It bus l>eej tested by me»bole
V*dicat irculiy ano ptua«niiiccd t»y tue/nto be ui©
purertlumor njarufaun-tl. Tbeatlc.e bat.sutterea
fttiu-tale U1 tb*> Me-t Inr eev.*ra. year* p*«t, n cowtO
cbeccc« l tbe greatyoiictltj uf cooblerfeUScbjiappe
♦ Llrh ? ft* been palsied tf by DiC;C"anteOf tbo Wrat,
to ccb-iurcrt. To a-folt t-i* t.etcastur as touct. a* po*
tihc l'e fca.’ appointed me above-named Orm. ageuta,
where £>urc'Jt»ivJt i c*n re v ol getting tbe jtenolao am
t « Arcy Sntir.ry «ill tlad tbt* Gut tbe cuc*pe»l ta»-
r-rp.,- I-.vorit c<-oi;tTv. It is owd in alltbe boa
*•* to K «* *«*■
»ReAV«retj**t KewTork.
;>,OuO Cases of Wolfe's Olebras
ted. t*cli»«*«lara Aroma*
tic 8elm» ps
j. b. BtED ft CO, Agent*,
146 lake street, Chicago.
my jieiis 8m
T B. SEELEY’S TRUSS ESTAB
X» LISHMENT.
Z26 Clark Street, Chicago,m.
CoP proprietor ana manufacturer of the BanT Rubbe
“TUs-3. This TYn* will cure Rupture, will never rust
ebafe.gall or bUster.fToea the cord from all preasortL
Is always «' l eau and good a* new. Manolactorcr and
dealer (b S. -wrder Braces, Abdominal Snpportera, &Uk
liiartic 6to_*a .re, Ac.. Ac Send for Pamphlets.
Dr. Wilcox’* Patent Arfflcial Leg, manufactured by
C. Stafford, 126 Clark street. Chicago, IlUhai maw
Important advantages over any other Limb known. Is.
warranted to give perfect aaasfanpop. Send for
p»»rilet. dd'ZHl'lrT.TAl
CATARRHI CATARRH!
DR. SVELTE’S LIQriD CATARRH REMEDY.
A sure cure for Catarrh or Cold to the head. It Is easier
lorore UxtaKEHMiscCossnMPnox. Thesymptombol
Catarrh at Unit arc very alight. Persons find they
have a cold, and bare frequent attacks, are more aen
tiiilt i- ic tie change* of temperature. The no*e may
be irv or a sllcbt dls'-banrc. thin acd acrid, becomlr-g
ttlck’ai-d adhesive as tne di«ea»e becomes chronic,
c :il fs cot rid ol by blowing the nose or falls Into the
throe*. t*:d If hawked or canghed off. The breath be
come* offensive. It may dartroy tt»e sense of emeu
and caubo deafbese. Ac. Price of Catarrh Remedy
12 00. Sent bv«ipres«. Office lie South Clark street.
Cnp-s:a‘rs ) AcdiefeDr.D H SELLYK.P.O. RoxtWl,
p-Wpn.Tti, apU-eUT-dmood
Hair dyei hair dyeii
BATCHELOR'S celebrated BAIRDVKia TUX
r*ar nr rnz Wobld. The only Harmless. Trite and
FeLlaia.* Dye known, fhls splendid Hair Dye la
Perfect—chatgea Red. Rooty or 6—y Hair instantly,
bo a Glossy hL*cr or Nim/j, fitowx. wlthont In
|o”it.ctließalror Staining the Skin leaving the Hair
Bolt and Beantlfo 1 ; in parts fresh vitality, frequently
restoring Its pristine color, and reeUfl»-a the lu effects
of Bad Dyes. The Genuine 1* eWn-d william A.
B*TcntLoa. all other* ate mer*-lnlutU»ua.aud should
bcavolifd Sold by alt DraggUa, AC. Sl
DcreUy street. Few York. Jyß glBMy
London eye and ear
IF nrcMAET. No, 96. corner of Randolph and
X»'-arl<om streets. Cblcaro. ML .
Dr. James Lewis. OvnUst and Anrlit. and ongloai
rroprletor of the London Eye and Ea* loflfraary. will
etlifrontlauebnelueiis atlas old stand, and would rw
epert mils warn all perw>oe that be is no moiw conoec
V-dwlth Llsprcvloae odvprtlslt.gHgeut, Mr. Reynold*
vi o claniif to bare removed th« London Eye and bar
liipr: ury. where be uas Maip;y been employed as
ocent oi ibl* lisSlmlion since the first cay w la*t
j.‘hv, Mhd received wages a* servants, without
rvhmc oncdoUar’s worm of the office varaitute, or
b .nk.- of nipJlcicft. cnieehonrsfrom RtolS M.aad
from t tof- P. M. Post OlhceDr»wer 6383.
jjri4 high :m
FXES 1 PILES! 1 PILES!!! -
Dr. wnfield’s Vegetable Pfils'surnass all otha
runjcdits Inthe rapid and rs-ilealcore or Pues, Tasti*
E.otilU- Bom ludtee and cftntlemea who have bees
cur* <: ry tbelr Price So OnU per.BoX. fio]d by
i>>lDn.gcLta. an*, by the P/oprlfitor. J. TOtTFG. S£o
pros.:«sy.N. Y. Sent bymall to any address.
4W15
LESSON’S
v_y' CATARRH CTTEATTVB.
a safe sad Infallible specific far Catarrh, in
Wibaux*! ftsge cf thutbil«vtlve and dangerous dl£
casi l Sent bv i-xprert. with fall direction* for sbT
-I»rStir.eM. Prld- f3 i-er package. Dr. J. W.
TALT’EY. Pbvhlc'an jyr tJieEye. KaraodCatarrh,No.
*iv Vt'iisM* ;ton street. Chicago P.0.80x 213 L
BUDSON’S tJNUIVALED
Tf’OTH PASTF 1« more efficient In cleansing
ntd t nwrvlrp Hi* teeth, brafing diseased enroa and
I urti' li e the ureaih. than any other dentrlflee npwin
J taste aiiu effect ui>on the month are pleasant
u diu-iefai'lc who >;ave used Ibis Paste pro
cru:xr :i "excelsnt” Sold by all
Jy'i-'.;:3-2ats
'T'IIE MYSTERIES OF THE
1 ToiLET are often euoosM in consequence of
V t u rl. <ilt>ncy oT«a«' cab*-d>»a i ai\rir'.lL.enteyaraUous;
but a:l who use Ci:l6i'Al>"SO’S EXCELSIOR BAIR
Di't knew gad feel t«att»>elr secret is *ccure.
50 nosrAi eve
Cun the Mack« and browns produced by
Li_.fi-_.t- rom those lmp*:b*d by the Creator.
NO EKSTBI)rm*R INGREDIENT,
r thrt can thr vel no or In any way Injure the
Lair lnritas with the pbesbevatitb txoetabu
tL*Aii:s*r»“ c-f tMe wOhd«-riu- prtwatlon.
V« ufariuradbv J. riJISTADiUCO. CArtorJlnnse,
Ei-irYrk 9old«‘VCTwhere a d applied by all HMp
J 'rteaers. Price. 11. fL5e and IS per bos. aoeordiw to
eJ7c jyli-Dio-ica*
T>R. HUKTER TREATS ALL
J f c -ronic as Con
iram-Voif A«hm».t'-c Xungt, Heart, Stomach. Kid
f?ra' Bladder and the B-.wc s. Dyspepsia
D.N t t*ry. Gout. Riteurnadim.Para'yel*. HIP Disease.
WifiK Fpebii.es and *H romplolnts ot women atd
; mi Dua.™.
i-d BusilLE Sonnat Dr. UnnldrU the only
K.xLafo VD BnHES OB m-CERS TDMEBS.
PILLS AND FlsTOLiu
y- Itb'-fit cnttujp with the knife.
» . ‘ t/M rout* for i si»rtedv answer. Dr. uUNIEit,
irilrri uooi froirSl M, to 8 P M. uffieell Bu-
UcT : itrr “.corowol Dairbord.CU=»Eo. HUa»l».
HdT rGG-lT
rpn}? CONFESSIONS AND EX
i pt iTEFCK OF AS INVALID —Published for
aiid a# a warning and * oitmox to
yoT-vc ‘lev who suffer fro u
v. ->iuri.Dvcay of Manhood, etc., supplying* too eame
CUiC * THE KEANS OF SELF CURB,
V 7 o:.t who cnrvd himself alMrbtfag nnttfl. gr«^
L.'i-c, -c and Jxjury Ihrongb medical hnuibug wno
C'••lo« * -uv be had oft'j*anther. NATH^FIELMaY
IAIu. b.| H Bcdfurd. Kings
JclT g -> .SU!DU* ____
|7SIKCH ARTIFICIAL EYES.
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
ICO9T PEBFECT WORfiSiNSHIPi
Cs--be worn without pain. Call and examine them,
cradU/cM
' GALE BROTHERS,
o. lUlnoU.
pLUs’DNESS AKD
deafness.
DR. UNDBE WO ° D
OCTLIST AND AU&BT,!
S ta "“‘*
OSicc in Jluioolpl. rtTMt. I.e»t tlio SdcnaMi HodM.
Chicago, xu.
irUfrif. treißßQEdrDnmalMdJtcd. jyßUmt twU
TYOCTOR BIGELOW, v
CONFIDENTIAL PHYSICIAN,
Formerly cd Bt. lauls.Mo., -
Cxx be consulted at Ms
ron.trol Uouroe riAcago.Ui.. half •.
utici!. ou all chrome i)ii>ea*e».*tiddlseasceufboth
•fcxefi. wMcb be trraia «ltb unpßra.RjJfid
•Boom* separate, where iadl«« and can con
■clt U»e Df« u>r OIPco L>mra tr-im 6A. M. lob.P M.
•ftundhvt- inioiSA.M. Co-munlcatjona confldsenal.
Cops«liat!«>i» Ir ™ Address P. O. BorYH. Indoso
stamp* and get 1-ls
OTJII>E TO HEAIiTH.
Prstn the Doctor’s long experience la Hospital and
be If *b e t<* ~criorm. and wiignaran-
tor all Special
«S!Phcaied augea.ln a very abort time.
JWTomDeMnw .« la-
WltedU'calL
i PERFECT CUBE WABRAKTEB,
Pcnonl refforias Am lm*alartUM »hooU «U.«
Mto.WlltTaaa «em
law
rpO BRITISH B ES P£NTS.
Conking anfi ®x£jjungt
T?»ST NAT : ONAL BANK OP
A. CHICAGO,—• his IcrJ f ot«on. onjanli&l oeder
tbe Katlocal BaiAU-g uw, U1 cited at
22 LiS&hLB STREET.
Capital, - - - - $250,000.
Is prepared to fbrnl-h the mail to custo
mers and correspond***!*. E aIKE*s **r« wa ®
2LDW B BBAIbTED, C-nnier
DinKmmsj-E Alkeu.ne’J.P.«ut^lawsuJonoß.
Bbsnnau. Sami W.Allerton. Bjroa Rice. m l M
FfrkertdO. Sam’lO. D. iiowaro, Tracy /vjjwww.
V Allcrtoa. .
TJ UTTER, ENDICOTT & CO,
BAIfinSKS,
Corner I«aKe u d Clark olrerf e»
A general banking business transacted. Jylg9ll-8n
ADVANCES ON PRODUCE.
XJL The undesigned are prepared, a« heretofore, to
jnske advance* or authorize drafts agalust Produce
ahlufAd to the<r correspondents In the principal mar
ket* la Great BrtUlo. HiDfir A cIIitTFORD,
_ St. Peter street. Montreal.
Barzaasrcx—Sank of Toronto. Montreal.
PStAcateSm
r rHE MERCHANTS, FARMERS
X AND MECHANICS SAVING'S BANE.
6% Clark Stroet, Chicago, 01*
Office hour* from 10 A, K. to BP. M. Also. Iroa 6P
M. to fP.M. Tuesday ar« Saturday.
XNCOBPOBATED IN 1801.
ftz per cent. Interest?**., Saving*.
BtBECTOU *iT> OFnCZXa.
President—A. E. FLKKTWOOO.
viae-Preat— F. C. Eamtu. Counsel—Wm. C. Goudt
Vico-ITej>-P3 W«flirajA.caahler-6T»«rMraEs
yoasp or azAjcarasa.
J.C. Fargo. J. M. Rountree. M. Lewis.
J.H. Jones. T. E. Phillips. &. 8. Raves.
J. Fehm. Eev.D.Dunnc,VQ,C. 8. Dole.
F. u. W imams, J. G. Glndele. A. H. Burley,
Ed. Hempstead. T.H. Beebe, W.B. Scales,
S. K. A. Ga?e. Sou- W.B. oetet.
J.M.W. Jones. ~W Ijoggett. aeM-uWe-Jy
T>ANK OF AMERICA—PubIic
J-A Notice 1* hereby given, that all BOia orOreolat
log Notes of the
* « BANK OF AMJBleil,^
heretofore Incorporated and doing business la the alty
of Chiesgo.under the p eaeral banking laws of the State
of Dlioola most be presented for payment to the Audi
tor of Public Accounts of aald State, at his office, la
tbs city of Springfield within three years from the
ante hereof. o- the mods deposited lor the redemption
Of Mid rates wtH be given up to sa»d hang.
Dated this SCth day of May, A. D. IS6L „ ..
C EOSQ3 SMITH-Fresldent.
g, W. WTrjjvn. cashier. Jyy-ggaaoiel-U
Jw. DREXEIi & ■
49 CLABK STREET, CHICAGO,
Hccelve Deposits, Hake Advances apoa Pro
duce la Store and Shipments, azid transact
General Banking Bnsineu.
Bn>». Dbztsl a CO« Oiczirz. ft Go.
New York. QmyS-dtC-ly] Philadelphia.
CARD. ■
The llaiine Company of Chicago.
The Stockholders of this Institution haring contrib
uted, and paid in
REW CASH CAPITA!, ,
TOT MaTtnrv Cowfakt of Chtoaoo la now ready to
ttai.*act a General Business, and oilers its rervlcesto
cu-tomers and comepondento. in *U moaied traosac
tiocs Under its amendtsd charter, two dlstiac; de
partments are established;
1, iu General Deposit* Collection and Loan
Department.
2. A Savings and Trust Department.
TTie business and transactions of each department
are rcculrt-d to bceatlreU- dlftinct sad ladercndent o!
each other, so that in no event shall thsfuadsof the
Savings Depftrta>ct)tbe jeoparded by theoutertrana
acuons or business ols&ld Company. *
«e?-vdjß 8m
SLomimifiiou iflculjcmi*. -
\\ cALLISTER.HAJ.L & LIVERMORE
i> I GENERAL
cowwission jiEßCH.urrs,
S3 South Vf #u*r street, Chicago. DL P O. BOX 963*.
W*Nra>—&Xi 00C lbs. of Wool oq Eastern iraati.
Surer.or White Winter Md Sprits Wh-at Floor far
City Trade. jyU-Mg <*
*\7AN WAGENEN & CO n
J GENERAL
COIfmiSSION HEBCXUKTB,
IFS Sooth Water street. Chicago. Cub advances made
os eonf-ignmeme U. Buffalo, Orwego and New York,
vith ,-mlitgr of Eli? at either place.
ej> TiXxiaKKiir. K.H roßDui.iosooixnanoox.
* [lyAhag itn]
rVRAKE & BEEBE,
JLs ' general
* copunssioif inEßciuirrs,
‘ 126 De*: born street. Chicago, El.
K B.- Particular attenOon pali to of
Fruit. iyfr»as« tw
•DATES, STONE & CO.,
JD , FHODPCB
conrmssioK mebciunts,
218 Sontb Water street. Chicago. _
We bare removed one door west of oar old stand,
where we have creator facilities for onr Increasing
oonunssioir sebchas'CT,
Fsrtlenlar attention gives to omen for Floor. Grebe.
Wool, Ac. liberal advances made on cotudgnments to
Buffalo. New York. Boatonaod Montreal.
Warehouse 83 and W Sonib Water street. Chicago. IQ.
3, ixpco. * faeSAusaMy v. a. etesa.
WINANS, PEARCE & CO,
coaimssioiT heboiuiits,
SOSSonti Water street, (np stairs) Chicago. 111.
Advances made on cooFlgnraenU to Woodruff A Co„
Few York and Heoing A Woodruff. St. Louis.
JelS gl'QSm ■
A LBERT MORSE & CO.,
iX PBODTTCB
coacffissiow nsacxuNTs,
Fa IS6 Sooth Water street. (Aiken’s Building.:
Chicago. luxsoia. _
AKIN & CO.,
COBBDSSIOir BEEBGHANTB,
IBS South Water street. Libera! advances made 04
Floor. Grain and Provisions, to be sold here or by
W. A. BEOWF A Kew York,
a. AWTW. 3. B. EtTFT.WTTT
r\ h. cowan &* co. t
* 241 liAKB STREET,
Will pay the highest market price for Wool. Beds*
Peltb,r*or. OU> Metals. Bxkswax and GivsufO.
my2y-es*62m
mourns un> cocssellobs at uw,
Room 8. Portland Block, southeast come* Dearborn
and Washington streets. Chicago. P. O. Drawer S9S3.
fiZLBXSTO. VAJXzs, 3.a.TBOXaa.
QJLBEUT, UPDIKE & Ctt,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Co. to street, Chicago. P. O. Drawer 5965
Exchange oa 6t, Louis Wanted.
O. 3. fIILDCKT, } AOO.
a. v. TTpyw. r bo. 5 dry Buildings,
LO. SZiSIBD. j nes7gT33 6m] BLLotUI.
GHERMAN, COOLEY & CO4
coiDsnsioir hebchants,
SfiLaaaile street, OfficeKo.L
«. smatMur, * Formerly of_ _
y.sassßTT. (Wright,Sherman*Co.
0,0. coourr. late with E wire, Briggs A Co.
myS-dSSO-Bai
pSNISTON & CO^
50BHHSSI0X KEBCnilflfl,
- LIVERPOOL,
nrjuuacaa Page. Blebardsos *Co«BoetfiS.
Middleton A Co.. Few York.
Bnow A Burge*. do.
Johnfton A Bsyley. do.
Cash advances made on consignmenta ofPrcylHlocti
/lour to the above hottre by _
CSKBY •■vOLWARD A CO.
dclfr-yIM-ly 18 Lasilla street. Chicago.
Jnsnrcnu.
'JDE WASHINGTON
Life Insurance Company
OF NEW TOBK*
Aseetfi. JftiL 1,1863 S2OO 722.55
Liabilities, (cost to reinsure, Ac)... 69 x 07.08
Bniplns .$141,615.47
This Company Offer* MORE ADVAFTAQSS,te the
Insured t >tfcn any other Company in the country.
Permanent Capital Stock of -$125,000
Policy Holders Kecelre all the
Profits.
STOCKHOLDERS KKCKIVif NO OTHER DI7I
pends than tee legal interest
wATDTgp ET THEIR STOCK.
nniDEKDS TO POLICY HOLDERS OVCE
—CREDITED IRE SEVER FORFEITED.
GREATEST POSSIBLE LIBERALITY IN ASSIST
ING PARTIES TO KEEP TIP THEIR
POLICIES IF FORCE.
After tiro annual premiums are raliLihe Company
will either return % rateable proj*ortloD tbe’Oof. or
B*V' * I* l ®, oh poller for *och au amount as that cash
value would puchaM without further payment.
NO. OTHER COMPANY
Baa ever done thU after a poßcy vu fort el led by non
payment'of premium when due. The policy nuloert
therefore cannot low what they payin. If they become
thelrregular payments.
ÜBERAUTT AND PBOEPTITCDB
IN SETTLING CLAIMS.
AC ZTVE Agents wanted throughout EUnoli.
J, PAB2KKB, General Agent.
|y4h22-4w
nTHE MUTUAL LIFE ESSUR-
J ANCB 00..0 l KrwTork. v, 8. Wlurioa.Presi
dent. Cash Assets Fthmaxy Ist, 18M,
$9,225,119.79.
O. CRON KB ITB. General Ageht for Northern and
C<-i m»l illh rU.No fiClark Ghlfiaxo fell gSP-iv
■/tncnmal.
RHODE ISLAND CENTRAL
XV BANK, RHODE ZRLAND.—Parauantto a decre
tal order o/tae Supreme Conn of the State of !iho<u
bland, tbe anbsenber givM notice that all pencor
folding bills of the
RHODE ISLANDXEKTfiAL BAKU,
Kut deposit the tame with tdm at bli office, So. 8
Weyhoeset street. Prorldcoee, E. X., on or before the
first day of Oncost. A. I>. ISO. In order to be entitled
to any dlrldaad that may be declared out of the u*nr
of said Dank.
JAKES M. CLASS*. Receiver.
proTtteacc.B.J.tJtA.iTttuiett, fta-iSHe
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THURSDAY, JULY 23,1833.
Tl»« Aiiack on Morris S.sland*
•[Correhicndcnce of tto Providence Journal}
TJ S. S. iIoJTAUK. ISSIUB I
CajaiizsToitlUn, JulyJo,ln3. j
Again this familiar locality' has Become the
pccnc or B'irriDg events, and the big-mo a thed
guns, 'which & few months ago sent the thun
ders of loyally, union and good government
into the cars of treason, secession and op
pression, are giving good accounts of the
work which hour alter hour they are now do
ing The low bluffs of Morris island, which
lr«>nt the main snip channel, and have been
doited with one gun batteries, forbidding the
entrance into the channel of anything but
blockade runners and iron-clods, are now held
by loyal, Union loving troops, and the stars
end stripes are no w floating above them, and
within three miles of Fori Sumter.
The iron-clad* Moutauk, Weehawken and
Nahact were lying quietly in Fort Royal har
bor until Wednesday, theSth, when they came
up berr.
On the morning of the 4th lost, orders
came to the uemmandert ol the iron-dads to
difcostinoe the* repairs which were rapidly
going on, and to immediately prepare for sea,
reporting readiness to move by Tuesday eve
niig. The orders were immediately carried
on*, and the hours of both d*y &ud night were
fill t d with an incessant hammering and pound
ing, such as only the occupants of iron-dads
can in] y imagine or appreciate.
Cn Tuesday afternoon the iron-dads were
all ready, and reports were accordingly mode
of readiness to more to Admiral Bablgren.
We were expecting to more on the same |
evening, but were detained until the follow
ing day. Of course, speculation was rife as i
to onr destination, for we had no idea of any
intention to move at present, and were agree- ;
ably surprised, to know that it was possible
for any .movement to be contemplated or or- ;
dered with* nt-its being known, understood
■and cpDimrntcd upon long previous to the
first «cp. Certainly the busy news-mongers 1
were now surprised; and the preparatory I
steps were taken in what we earnestly hope
may prove the tpoeaessloa and occuoatiouof
Cbaileston, with as little noise au~d excite
ment as mongo we were ouly changing oar
anchorage. Certainly a great improvement
this*; iu«y we not treat it as a good omeu ?
Since the appointment of Gea. Gilmore to
be chiif (>f this department, it baa been pre
sumed that he would make a movement in
thi* vicinity, and his splendid success in the
reduction of Fort Fulaeki promised well in
the event of his trying a similar, or Indeed
any movement towaid Sumter.
It was supposed, of course, that a land at
tack hoe must of necessity be accompanied
by the iron clads from the seaward, as nothing
but in n can withstand the terrible lire with
which every thing of a hostile description is
received after pasting Charleston bar. It was
presumed also that no attack would buuiaJe
at present, for reasons which It will bees well
not to state, and accordingly the iron-clods
were quietly in harbor at Fort Royal, under
going such repairs and Imptovements as
would make sufficiently strung such low
points and features as experience had shown
might under certain contingencies prove vul
nerable. As I have* stated, the Moutauk,
Weehawken and Nohant were thus repairing,
engines apart, turrets and pilot house* being
strengthened, and every thing In as opposite
condition as possible from “fighting trim.”
Yet two days sufficed to put them into shape
again, and before the limited time had expired
they were in order to move. The CatektU
and pHtapsco were still In EdUto, where we
left them a *tek prerioc*, and theXantucket
had moved to Stono, to be ready for any emer
gency.
The Passaic had not returned from Now
York, and the New Ironsides was still off
Charleston, doing good service. This wasthe
Mtukticn of the iron fleet, which just three
months previous moved in such grand march
upon the birth place of secession.
On Wednesday noon, tbo Montank, Wce
hanken and Nahant, with their respective con
voys, moved from Port Royal into the. open
sea, during one of the most magnificently
grand and terrific squalls and thunder storms
which I ever saw. The howling wind, the
storm of lain, and the tempestuous sea dashed
and beat upqp the little iron ships with a crazy
fierceness, while the lightning played all
around them, and yet to iheiron-cbd-jit was
os though the sea had been without a ripple
and the sky without a cloud.
Su-adly we moved on, and the dawn of the
following morning found us outside Charles
ton bar. ' The Caltkill hod arrived from Edls
to a ftw hours before, and these four little
ships, which, if melted and run into one,
would hardly make, a decent sized frigate,
were here again, causing, I warrant, treason
to tremble in the throne which it hod stolen
and rtared in front of the city of secession and
rebellion.
Gen. Gilmore had massed a small, yet an ef
ficient army on Folly Island, separated, as
you know, from the southern end of Morris
Island by only a narrow passage of water.
Here be had mounted a luge number of pow
erful guns, and was able to content the occu
pation of the island against any force which
m’ght be brought to possess it.
To enable him to cross his men, “occupy
end possess” Morris Island, we hod come to
his assistance, and expected to arrive, as we
did, at early dawn, crops the bar immediately,
and move into such position as would cover
his croesipg.
Soon after coming to anchor outside the
bar, we received word from Gen. Gilmore that
hewastiot entirely ready, but would com
mence the attack In twenty-four hours. We
remained, therefore, at our anchorage, making
such final preparation as the state of affidrs
required, and ready to move Tit a moment’s
notice. A» the day wore on, we could easily
Eerrfclve, by the going to and fro of steam
oats asp the occasional signal guns, that we
had surprised the occupants of Sumter and
the guardians of Charleston. «
With onr glasses we scanned the camps of
Gilmore’* men on Folly Island, and the local
ity where in so few hoars the ball was to be
once more opened. _
This morning was toft and mild. At 845 a
m, all hands were called, anchor was soon up,
and in a few minutes we were well under
way, steaming well in across the bar. It was
too early to perceive the conditioned affairs
on Morris Island, and not until half past four
o’clt ck could we easily distinguish tue shore..
Admiral Dablgren, who hod come up from'
Foil Royal on the Augusta Diusmorc,now
took hi* position on board the Cats kill, as his
blue pennant indicated. As we crossed the
bar the work of the day began, commencing
*ith the guns of Gen. Gilmore on Folly Isl
and, which threw their- shell and grape far
over the low lands and bluffs of Morris Isl
and, into the channel beyond—lndeed, into
•the neighborhood of tbe four iron-dads. It
was a magnificent sight indeed. One heavy,
unbroken, continuous boom, boom,' boom,
filling the air with bursting shell and spread
ing grape, and sending a broad, heavy veil of
blue smoke behind and over the woods,
against i he dark foliage of which we watched
with peculiar interest the rapidly succeeding
flashing of the gnus. It was now half past 5
o'clock, and the firing by the rebels from
Morris Island was very irregular. 4 The iron
clads steadily and slowly moved up
the channel, sending their globes of
iren across the island and into the bluff*
which lined the coast. The batteries upon
the bluffs were not used, probably from the
scarcity of men, and the surprise of the at
tack. *Asd yet we saw men around the littlo
clusters ot tents, which were near the batte
ries und upon the shore, bat they seemed ex
cited and unable.to ifian the batteries, even if
disposed, which they did not seem to be after
the location of part of onr cargo in their
midst. Soon, however, we saw large bodleh
of men coming from too centre of tbe island
up to and into the batteriea which covered the
bluffs. Immediately our shell were sent with !
astonishing precision among them, which |
ctfused tbe evacuation of their strongholds to
be os rapid aa the possession had been. Over
the fops of the bluffs, through the valleys be
tween them, around them, and in all direc
tions, the rebels were flying In straggling
crowds, driven by ourehcllslrom the seaward,
and from the land side by the.troops oi Gen.
Gilmore’s army, whose occupation of the
south end of Morris Island bad been indicated
by the discontinuance of the firing of the
heavy gnus, and the rattling of musketry,
which now filled onr cars.
No sooner would a crowd occupy one of the
batteries than a 15-lnch would immediately
dislodge them, sending them in confusion to
the next battery, from which again they were
ecattered in a similar manner. From bluff to
blofl; and through the galleys, tbe rebels
were continually flying, never stopping to use
the muskets which they carried over their
shoulders.
But now, over the low point of beach on the
south end of Morris Island, appear a dozen or
twenty men, bearing the familiar army signal
flag, and waving in excited exultation the
stars and stripes. They had scarcely come
into view, when the solid black mass of onr
men, with splendid front, and bearing above
them our own banners, came over the point
and moved, line after line, in beautiful order
along the smooth beach. In vain the rebels
tried to turn the guns upon the blnflb
upon the advancing columns, for onr
shells immediately scattered sand and
men in all directions. The line of bluflfc,
abont haU« mile long, had now all been evac
uated, with the exception of one solitary bat
terv, from which they euccecded la throwing
four shot nj>on our advancing men. The con
centrated fire of the four iron-dads In two
minutes drove tbo rebels from their last posi
tion, and sent them In flyingcrowds down the
hil»6 and over the low lands toward the city.
Instantly onr men secured the battery and
turned tie guns upon the flying rebels.
In twenty-five minutes after the appear
ance of our n»cn upon the lower end of Mor
ris Island, they held all these bluffs and were
using the guns. ' , _ r
There arc no other earthworks upon Mor- %
ris LJand, except upon the northern extrem
ity. Between the bloffs and the npper end, a
distance of perhaps two and a half allies, the -
ishmd is low and narrow, easily swept by
guns from the channel. Along tbo slope are
some six or eight houses, toward which onr
forces rapidly moved. Abont two miles from
the blufis and near the shore, and within easy
range ot Fort Sumter, is a large and finely |
constructed earthwork with all the usual ac- I
componi incuts of an extensive fort, and
moor.tiog probably some twenty cons. This
fortification, called Fort Wagner; was com
menced immediately upon the breaking out
of the rebellion, and is a formidable affair
Fur her on, upon the extreme point of the
Island, and where the old Cummings Point
battery was. in another work, and a strong
one, called Battery Bee. Sumter covers bom
ofthese.
Afterlhc evacuation ofthe bluffs, wemoved
! slowly up the channel, shelling ihelowUhd
os wc moved. Soon the long range guns of
■Wagner opened upon ns, with an occasional
gtnt IbLttaaid towards the troops. Shells
, were fired from Wagner, destroying two of
the fiontes on shore, as they were serving as
* protection to our skirmishers, who wwe
rapidly advancing under their cover. The
burning bouset, filling the sky above with the
black smoke, added to the interest which was
; now becoming intense. The four inn-clads
were now in excellent position off Wagner,'
end sending their 11 and 16-loch shell through
and through the parapet, and opening great
caves Into the immense solid walls and tra
verses which formcd.'the earth-work. Seldom
a bead seen above the parapet, and when
the men sprang to load their guns, as soon as
tfce black portholesjp the turret were turned
toward the fort, the men Immediately disap
peared as though shot-.. ...
Si ell after sneii, wim an occasional shrap
rtj and grape, were sent slowly and deliber
ately within the rebel work, doing fearful ex
ecution among the iu*-*a, guns, well
arranged and .nicely ►oddedv bastions ii»d
r.: g’e.-. It was a ir.r.gmficent sight, and he
a lucky, cue who had possession of a
standing place within the little pilot house
and watched through the eye-hole* the scene
which was becoming so intensely exciting.'
On-the right'is Moultrie, silent and still;
across the narrow sea-way is Sumter, with ita
red walls, looming above the sea around it,
with its parapet occasionally lighted by the
gnn fiat hi while from under the rings of blue
smoke which so gracefully float away above
the strong walls, issue their shot and bolts,
but lolling into the water and doing the iron
fleet no barm. To the rear oi Sumter the steam
ers ate occasionally running, evidently carry
ingmen and vunitiona. To tha left ot Sum
ter la CommlLg*’ Point and Battery Bee; still
farther to the left,- ia Fort Wagner, nowbelug
torn and rent by our shells. Ou the extreme
Itft, the regiments, which wore but a few
hours before marching la solid column up the
beech, are now resting, their muskets stacked,
and the men in groups upon the sand-hills,
watchh g the fight in which they hare now no
j-arriclpaUon, excepting. Indeed, the wary
akirznhhers and sharp-shooters which, ad
vat cJng from hut to bosh, quietly kneel and
give the rebel gunners knowledge of their
presence* and receive in return, every now
and then, the compliment of a shell.
At forty minutes past 13 o’cleck, at signal
from the Ca'fikii, the ironclads slowly with
drew down the channel and came to anchor,
to give the men a resting and eitlng spell.
The fire from Wagner, which for an hour bad
been decreasing, now rapidly revived, both
upon us and upon the troops which now h*!d
and occupied the Inland. Neither, however,
laid any attention to the firing, and it soon
jecame slow and irregular.
The little tug Dandelion, Capt Barryman,
which Jonus a part of the blockading fleet,
ran up Into range of Sumter and received in
quick succession three or four shots, which
urew high into the'alr the great columns of
water. They ore continually.iirlog at the tug
wbtrn an opportunity occurs.
Jett as the Montauk came to anchor, a
rifled bolt from. Wagner struck our deck ou
tbe starboard quarter, made a long, deep In
dentatli n into the iron, broke in two, audtho
parts went whizzing over our heads..
We anchor abreast of tbo 'birds and come
cut upon tbe Iron decks once more with the
most perfect nonchalance. A field battery
of Geo Gilmore’s, which has been harnessed
up all tbe morning, is moving off from the
beach toward tnclow, level land on the island.
The troops fell Hack from the advanced po
sition which they had attained, and are rest
ing and taking dinner. Although the sun
shines warm, the air Is cool, witha fresh !
breeze.
The commanders of the four iron-dads lunch
with the Admiral on board tbe CatskUl, and
after le’nmlug to their respective vessels, the
order is given to get under way again, and
at fifteen minutes past one, our anchor is up,
and we are steaming toward Wagner again.
In half an. hour the old position is attained,
"and the little iron fieet are once more paring
the interior of Wagner with iron globes.
A largo two horse ambulance, which came
to Wagner this, morning, now moves slowly
away up the beach displaying an immense yel
low flag.
A largo steamboat comes to the rear of Wag
ner with ammunition, and Capt. Fairfax tells
our Matter, Mr. Glraud, who has charge of
the guns, to fire at the steamer, and a 15-inch
flies above it throwing up fountains of water
beyond. Mr. Giraad is one of tbe finest shots
in the service, and the accuracy of his fire to
-day has been remarkable. As the afternoon
wore'away, the dire from Wagner slackened
again, and grew irregular and inaccurate. At
7:40 F. M., we withdrew after a bard day’s
fighting, and came to anchor again in the
chat nel below. The officers aud men are
much worn and fatigued, bat have stood to
their weary labor admirably.
We have been struck bntoncc; the Catfkill,
however, bearing the Admiral’s blue pennant,
has Fomehonoraole scars, and well she deserv
ed them, for her shells must have done much
damage to the rebel fort.
In the evening* Capt. Fairforwcnt on boa-d
the Con«naugU, and returning at 13, (mid
night,) Informed ns that be learned General
Gilmore had lost 10 killed and 50 wounded,
and taken 200 prisoners. At 10 o’clock in the
evening General Gilmore, with his men, was
in the nfle-pite before Wagner. Informatio
was also obtained, from papers in the
sion of tbe prisoners, of the capture of Vicks
burg and the retreat of Lee; and so, after
one of the most fatiguing day’s work, we go
to sleep on the deck, turret, and in fact, any
where, fully conscioas that no one but our
ieltK's can imagine, much less appreciate, tbe
duties and labors which are necessary to a
day’s fighting in an iron-clod.
Shall Sncls Tiling:* He?
(From Cambridge (Maes.) Chronicle, June 13.]
As our soldiers gradually penetrate tbe in
terior of rebeldom, they have an opportunity
occasionally to learn something of tbe practi
cal workings of tbe peculiar institution. An
officer from Cambridge, now in the Federal
army, recently found aud sent home for the
inspection of his friends a stray leaf from the
record of an overseer at Alexandria, La. We
give an extract below. It appears to be a
record of tbe punishments inflicted for about
two months In 1547, fer various offences,
which are set forth with some particularity.
From this record we learn the description of
iniquities for which these slaves were whipped.
Here is the record:
IW7.
Apr. 20, Whipped Adam fox ratting cotton too
wide.
•• •• Hat for thinning cotton.
31, •• Adeline and Chany for being
. behind.
23, ' *• Jim for mashing down cotton
on row behind him,
£4, * * Esther for fearing child oat In
yard to let It cry.
SS, ** Patrick, Frank, Adim and Na
than for disobeying orders
given through Dick.
26, ** .Dick for allowing the hands to
leave grass withoat reporting
them.
27, m Adeline for being slow getting
oat of quarters.
®B, •* Daniel for not having cobs
taken oat of horse trough.
•* Sandy for not fetching the salt
to me before giving it to the
horses.
CO, ’* Jim for getting behind with his
•row. ■ >»
Hay S, ** Anna, Jo, Hannah, Sarah, Jane
and Jim for not thinning com
right.
one row of com.
8, ** Isaac for not setting np com.
•• •• •• Wallis for leaving suckers on
6, *• Esther for not being ont of
quarters quick enough.
0, *• Jo. Clem and Sandy, for not
cleaning cotton close.
10, " Adaline for being last one out
with row.
18, '* Nat for leaving-pualey fa cot
ton drill.
14, i" Jim for being Vhlndwlth row.
15, •• Esther for leaving grass In cot
ton.
17, W'• Peggy for not hoeing as much
cane os she ought to, last
week.
** •* Jack for letting his horse nm
away.
18, •* Polly for not hoeing faster.
20, *’ Martha, Esther and Sarah for
Jawing about row, while 1
- was gone.
£l, •• Polly for not handling her hoe
faster.
The Organization of* on Invalid
Corps.
Much importance ia attached bj military
men to the proposed organization of an in*
valid corps, and many. Inquiries have been
made from various parts of dhe country con
cerning it. In order to facilitate the organi
zation and to supply the required informa
tion, the Assistant Provost Marshal General,
as also the general superintendents in the
various States, will soon be furnished with oil
the necessary Instructions and blanks. This
corps, though a novelty in onr service, prom
ises beneficial results, both to the invalid
soldiers Government. The term of en
listment Is to be fortbreeyears, unless sooner
discharged. The corps will be required to
perform all duties within the limit ol their
physical capacity} but for the convenience
ef the service they will be selected for three
grades ot duty. Those who are most efficient
and able bodied, and capable of using the
nmsket, and performing guard duty, light
marches, «kc., will bo assigned to companies
In the first battalion; those of the nest de
gree of xjhysical efficiency, including all who
have lost an arm or a hand, to the companies
of the second battalion; those who are least
effective, and all who have lost a foot or a
* leg, to the companies of the third battalion.
The two lost classes are to be armed with
swords.
In all cases where the physical Infirmities
of officers or enlisted men who come within
the provisions which do not disqualify enlist
ed men for service in the corps they will be
recommended for transfer or enlistment
therein; bat no one will bo admitted whoso
previous record docs not show he Is meritori
ous and deserving, and that he has complied
with the pro visions authorizing an Invalid
corps.
While the Government Is most anxious to
provide for and employ, to the best of their
abilities, those faithful soldiers who, from
wounds or the hardships of war, are no
longer, able to perform active duty in the
field, yet it can upon no account permit men
•undesening^ortotally disabled, to reenter
its service.
Those fkthfol soldiers whose physical.infir
mities are to great to permit of their being of
any use in the invalid corps, will nevertheless
receive the petsions and bounties provided
lay law.
It is further announced that no officer or
enlisted, man shall he entitled to receive aaj
pension, premium, or bounty, for enlistment
or re-enusunent in service in the invalid
coips. They will receive all other pay and
allowances, now authorized by law, lor the
United States infantry, excepting the increts--
cd pay for re-enlistment.
Claims for pensions or bounties which may
be due for previous service, will not be inval
idated by enlistment la/.he invalid corps;
hut no pensions can bo drawn or accrue to
the benefit of any roan during his service la
that there are twenty or thirty
thousand soldiers now perfuming such duties
as could be discharged by men coming within
the provisions of the act creating the invalid
con*. Besides, it is believed there are over
one hundred and fifty thousand soldiers who
have been discharged for disabilities—many,
however, of the slightest character. The
provisions of the law also extend to marines.
Col. S.T3, Bush is in charge of the bureau
appropriated to the business pertaining to
the invalid corps, under the general direction
of Col, Try, the Provost Marshal General.
In addition to the advantages of the Invalid
in being placed, in every respect, on an equal
ity with all other soldiers, he 6au feel that he
is t till in the discharge of duty to the extent
' of L!s physical capacity, and can he usefully
employed as a guard, nurse, &c., with a feef
ing of pride and satisfaction that he Is render
ing an equivalent for the pay and allowances
he receives from the Government, in the
iLaintalmmce of which he became an invalid.
Sad'Dcatli of a Young 1 Negro
Girl.
On the 4tli ol July, the colnnui society
which meets in the Arsenal of the Washington
Ai 1 lijt-ry, and over which Scott, aleader of the
African'population presides, was preparing to
turnout in procession. Scott is-toe P/eal
deni, and hehaeloig looked wish an eye of
favor on acomeJy colored fil'l named-Anue
Richardson, and a tender passion aprnog up
I between them, which had ripened ioto love—
' for ■we.beliiiTe it is generally conceded that the
\ African race r an love as other folks do; and it
■ was to ore than wbi? pered among the colored
I damsels m£ the. neighborhood that Anno vr»vs
j ebon to Scott. Scott was busied
‘•wi'.h mukir.p hU preparations for the grand
Iproceseion, when ills lady-love called at the
amnal,- escltld by that feeling of curiosl'y
; and pleasure for euch scenes, wbicnis sopre
| dominant in Ihe hearts of colored nature. She
{conversed with him. about the demonstration,
and came to the conclusion she would be de
lighted to see the procession..
“ Scott,’* said she. “TU run home and put
on my best clothes, and then come back aud
Bee you sturt—so don’t go till 1 come.” Scott
gave the promise, and off Anne started. ♦ *
*. An hour after, the procession was ready
to move, but bis lad> -love had not returned.
To see what detained her,jScott_went over to
her place of residence, and there, what a scene
for an expectant bridegroom 1 Anne lay
.stretched upon the floor, the .bride of death,
with a piece of bread in one hand and a por
tion of her nnmasticated dinner between her
teeth Her lino white linens, beautiful cam
bric dress, and magnificent bonnet lay npon
the bed, ready to be put on—but Anne would
need them no more i With a spirit worthy of
a Roman father, or Grecian Stoic, Scott smoth
ered hie the body to be prop
erly attended to. andtben returned. to the pro
cession "and fnlflUed his duties as President
and Marshal. .
The body of Anne was convoyed to
Arsenal, and laid out In. a ate. It
there, beautifully decocted with flowers and
richly shrouded and cofQecd, till Sunday af
ternoon, during which time it was visited by
hundreds of colored folks. On Sunday even
ing the remains were borne to the tomb, with
great pomp, attended by a long procession of
colored men and women, neatly dressed,
wearing badges of monmlag and marching
two by two tnrongb the dusty streets and be
neath the barnlng sun of tnU saltr/ clilne.
This was one of the Incidents of the 4th of
July! The story of Anne’s sad f*to ami of the
griif of Scott will long remain a legend of the
colored folks in New Orleans,— Xcta Orleans
.Era, Uth. : •
Terrible Accident—Explosiion or
u jttollcr.
(?rom the ReckL-land Union, j
We ore called upon to record one of those’
terrible accidents which do not often happen
to any eoinmnnity, and which are in many
cases to be attributed to carelessness.
Between tbe hours of four and fire o’clock
yesterday an explosion of a boiler in the foun
dry of .Messrs. Stodd«& Downing.on the Cam
den road, took place, nearly demolishing the
building, and bruiting and scalding several
children, one of whom has since died. The
boiler was one of the kind used on railroads,
and was fed with water by band buckets.
TEerc arc various reports in circulation in re
gard to tbe condition of tbe boiler at tbe
time of the explosion. Some assert that there
was no water in it, and being red hot water
was put in it in that condition, which caused
tbe explosion. O-hera say that there was
plenty of water In tbe boiler, &c. We do not
know which is correct, but we do know that
au exj lotion took place which has mangled
many persons, from the effects of which some
of them have died!
The force of the explosion was such that a
piece cf iron weighing some one thousand
pounds was thrown quite a distance into the.
air, and failing struck the ground some one
hundxcd yards distant from the scene of disas
ter. The-xteam drum on tbe top of the boiler,
was thrown a distance of four hundred yards.
The Great Ocean lrou>€lads.
[From the N.'Y. Tribaue, 20.]
The great ocean Iron-clads Dictator and
Fnr**uii have atlastusscmed the abapeof com
plete vessels, and it U hardly exaggeration to
that they surpass any craft cverbuilthere.
“Tbe hullft arc now alutoac finished, the sides
being mailed with a more formidable armor
than those of any other vessels. The turrets
will be of immense magnitude, no less than
two feet of iron being laid on with the u*ual
wooden backing, in the most improved fash
ion. These vessels are to be 330 feet long,
50 feet wide, and will have 20 feet depth of
hold. Their engines are to have each two
upright cylinders of ICO inches diameter, and
4 feet stroke of piston. Their screws will be
21 feet G inches iu diameter; pitch, 33 feet.
Thtir boilers are 6 in number, three on each
fide, and are of return tubular pattern. Tney.
are expected to make SO miles an hour. Their
bows are as sharp os a needhJ.
Who abb Exempt from the Draft?—
We receive frequent inquiries as to tbe classes
of persons who are exempt by law from the
operation of the military droit. The shortcut
and most satisfactory way of answering them
iO>J publishing the following section of the
law:
Section 2. And be il further enacted. That the
following persons be and they are hereby excepted
end exempt from the provisions of this act. and
shall not be liable to military dnty under the same,
to-wit: Sack as are rejected os physically or men
tally unfit for the sendee; aleo.
1. The VicePretideutoftho United States, the
Judges of the radons Conrts of tbe United States,
the heads of the various executive departments of
tlic Government, and the Governors of the several
States.
8 The only eon liable to .military duty of a
widow dependent upon bis tabor for support.
8. Tbe only son of sued or infirm parents, or
parent dependent upon bis labor for support.
4. Where there are two or more sons of aged or
infirm parents subject to draft, the father, or. if
be be dead, the mother may elect which eon shall
be exempt.
C. Tbe only hrotberof children not twelve years
old, having neither father nor mother, dependent
opot, his labor for support.
6. The father of motherless children nnder
twelve years of ago dependent upon his labor for
support. « •
7. When there are a father and eons in the same
household, and two of them are in the military
service of the Unitdd States as non-commissioned
officers, musicians or privates, the residue of such
fsmiiy and household, not exceeding two, thall be
etevipf, and no person* but such atjire herein ex
eTripttd,fhdUbeexeinpt: Provided, however, that
no perton who has been convicted of a felony shall
be enrolled or permitted to serve in said forces.
These are in addition to those exempted by
securing substitutes, or on paying $303 H for
the procuration of a substitute ”
(£oal.
pOAli! COAL!! COAL I! ♦
\_y The Scranton, Plttswn. Wllk&sharra amt Sha
met Is Coal Companies of Pennsylvania again olfar to
the. public their choice family coal* aa follows la
LIMP.
LiBGFEGG,
SMALL EGG, "
KA."SGE,
cuesxejt
AIMS> xVSJT.
Mlrtop their own coal exclusively. can mrnua coo
fun trs or dealers rt thn lowest market Drives.
Offers 2>2 East Ma-.fson itreet. h»ti South Market
street. audjTK'South CUrk street foot ofLihertv. Pi.t
Other Draw«rGis». ROUEftf Law. isont.
tcfc'gh. Jl’ofcSDurfch, Briar IMI. Erie and other Coals
on l and Also choice Stands of
Uts-Mlf-an- R. LAW
Xtgcl Jffotuu.
pSTAT-3 OF OHSON SMITH,
jL> Deceased.—Public notice is hereby given, lo all
persona having claims and demands aealnot the estate
ofCroonSmith.deceakea.topresent the sameiorad
Indication nod settlement at a regu : ar term of the
County Couit of Cook County, to he hold*u at the
Cotut House In the city of.Chicago on the third Won
day of August. A D IMS. vine the 17th day thereof,
3 * ALBERT P.S.MiTH.UdmlnUtratAra
OKBON SMITH. \ Administrators.
Chicago, July a. IBM Jyfl-gD6a»w
JOHN GRAY,
DEALERS IN
WOODEN WARE, BROOMS,
Pails, Brushes, Mats, Twines, Cordage,
' Tubs, Churns, Cradles,
Wogons, Chairs, IlasKets,
16 FULTON ASH 202 FEONT-aT.
Jyl gSTS Zrr.ta NEW YORK.
JO THE TRADE.
CENTS’ PAPER COLLARS,
$2.00 Per Hundred.
$15.75 by tlie Tbotisaxid.
fiAT.L and skb them.
GBATES & IRVINE. 78 Lake street.
jyia-hEH-iw w
CALT! SALT!! SALT 11!
O Foreale *
Tr»panl and Cadiz in Bulk.
Liverpool G. A. In Bags.
In store cn RaQroad track and Canal,
Attex-tloa of City and Country Packers solicited.
H. H. HATDEV,
Geceral Commission Merchant; over Bank of Mon
treal.
' 44 Losallo Street. •
tljylS-h?tg--Sw '
r L. JOHNSON,
W * DEAX.ER IS
Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Etc.
Ofllce usd Turd on South 'Clark St,
Between Twelfth and North, near Railroad Briige,
(fortner'y occnpled by Cone <s O’Brien.)
P. 0. Bo; 4220. Chicago, 111.
Lumbar. Etc. loaded In the Yard Withont Cartage
for all Railroads from the city. JykHi£!7-s w
HAMS —In qaaotiues
Sco!"ps«rea CsavaiPed-rßxtra Cure..
2tobrlb Extra Hess Beef-city packed-for sve by
•PTWRV MILWABD & 00., Brokers, .
jj22-L6O&-lm 18 LASALLE STREET.
CAIT.
LIVERPOOL C. A. f
In bulk and Sacks,
per sale'by S. AC IS Lasalle street.
oa.LT, LIME, &c, —A' constant
O supply or New Tort ana MlcKsm
SALT,
ana lot sate y General Commhslon eercaant.
ATOTICB TO SHIPPERS OP
1> tallow LARD. GBEASB. Ac.—The under-
fmv their particular attention to the sale of Tal
low todali Soap stocks. Any consignments seat to
“,T. tffi c SJS?S;
weekly price current prari* nws Jr **
drauesto *HRAk KJuQHT et sOSo.
jSSffiWa s* Water street. New Tor*'
JiErituinal
JJOSTETTBR’S
CELEBRATED
STOMACH
BITTERS.
PEOTECT I'OUB HEALTH
WITH
HOPTETTEE’S
Stomach' Bitters.
Strengthen the stomach.
Invigorate the nerves.
Regulate the bowels.
Regenerate tbo liver.
Improve the appetite.
Animate the spirits,
Banalize the circulation.
Tone the whole system,
And Urns prolong lift,
EST, WITH
Hostetter’s Bitters.
Deiy unwholesome air,
Qna’lfy Impure water.
. Guard against damp,
Prevent malarious fevers.
Anticipate Indigestion,
Baffle fever and ague.
Bravo aU climates.
Eecnilt exhausted nature.
Sustain .body and mind.
• ' nrr %
with
etter’s Bitters.
Enfeebled dyspeptics.
Toll wearied operatives.
Soldiers la tbe hospital.
Pale, care worn citizens.
* Setters la new lands.
Travelers and explorers.
Victims of sea sickness.
• The aged and decrepit.
Should all be provided
Hostetter’s Bitters.
Harmless [as a Stimulant, .
powerful as”a Tonic,
Quick oa a Corrective,
Safe as an Alterative.
Hildas a Laxative;
- Sanaa a Restorative.
Good as sa Appetizer,
Pleasant as a Cordial—
Ufe has no saie%aanl
EQUAL TO
HOSTETTER’S BITTERS.
THE PERILS OF THE SEASON
A27D
HOW TO AVOID THEM.
It la cf Infinite importance to the pnhllc to know (hat
HOSTETTER’S
STOMACH BITTERS
Prevent, relieve and cure the complaints most preva
lent in this climate dories tae
SPRING OF THE TEAR.
Ttelr preventive operation Is simple. Acting direct
ly upon the stomach, and through the stomach upon
the liver, the bowels, the circulation, and the nervous
syitem, they Apart to the whole organization a degree
of vfgoaand elasticity which enables ns to resist the
unhealthy atmospheric Influences, by which 50 many
. distressing maladies are produced and prolonged. The
great predisposing cause of sickness Is Cossrrnr.
novaz. and Phybkux. Dzbzzxtt. Disease, like a
coward, generally assails the feeble, and turns aside
from thV strong. And this is especially true of the
forms of disease which prevail at the breaking up of
Winter. The first Cays of the Spring son seem
to thaw ont from the frozen earth the elements of In
numerable ailments. Tho miasma which ths frost
hod hermetically sealed up. Is let loose In clouds of
Taper, and Fever and Agne, unions Remittent Fevers,
Indlgestlon,Llrer Complaint, Dlptherla. Rheumatism,
Billons Colic, Asthma. Coughs, Colds, Physical and
Mental Depression, and a low and leoblo condition bt
ail the vital functions, are among the most common
consequences of the great Spring thaw which fills the
sir with unwholesome damps. Fomrr cr advaxob
against these prostrating and destructive agencies.
lEOK-rhATz the system, as It were, by resorting to a
' pure tonic and alterative, whichwill bring every organ
and fibre of the frame Into the best postlble state for
reelstmg tho Hying arrows of disease, which the fogs
and winds of March. April and May bear npon their
mephitic wings. Remember that EOSTETTER’S
BTOMACU BITTERS are like a strong thrown
into a fort before the approach of the enemy. They
forearm ran citadel op un aoaxasrT&sJkTracss
of all y*t-*r>rgg that arise from sudden changes of
temperature. Impure air, privation, exposure, exces
sive labor, and malarious exhalation. Ucooe they are
IKYALUAIUiB IN CAMP,
AndaffttlUtary hospital ought to bo without a suffi
cient supply, both for preventive and remedial por
poeea. Happily the attention of the
medical staff of thb abut
Su been directed to tha kobject. and the proprietors
of Bostxttzb'b Bcttbbs congratulate the troops now
In arms lor the Union on the probability that the
Adtltzrxtzd Costuacv BTOTCIAKTS. at present
need as medicines by the army Surgeons. wOl soon be
superceded by tbepnreet and best Tonic. Alterative
andlnvlgorent that has ever been presented to the
Faculty In this or any other country. Since the war
commenced considerable quantities of the preparation
have been forwarded from rime to time to field and
line officers, both in the Western and Eastern armies,
for their own personal use; and letters from some of
themost eminent military men In.tho service ntte*t
the extraordinary virtues of the Bitters as a means of
sustaining strength and promoting health In the midst
of hardship and exposure, and also as a eaftfstlmulaot
for the wounded. As private citizens, many of the
officers of volunteers bad proved the bygelan proper
ties of the article, and. therefore, wisely resorted to It
as a protective and a remedy, where their health la
necessarily In greater peril than U would be la civil
life. r
pjFperalaUDerer so general or bo distressing as at
!>>!» fttaioa. The appetite Is keener, and is Indulged
to a greater, extent In the Winter than at any other
time of the sear, and the consequence le that the fane
Hods of the stomach howels and liver are over taxed
dart* g the cold weather, and are often in a relaxed
sed partially torpid condition when Spring arrives.
KOW. therefore, this la a time to brace nptbe discs
tlvaacd eeferttlve organs for the Summer campaign
with HosTrriKß'B Bzttebs. To neglect this precaa-
Con tuder each clrcamatasccß. la to Invite Cnsojno
Isbwmtiok* the most melancholy and disheartening
of all complaints.
As a Bmtedt. as well as a Preventive, this celebrat
ed medicinal cordial rank* among the most potent
preparations of the age. It break* up Intermittent and
remittent fevers promptly and wlUont debilitating the
patient, and la equally efficacious in disorders of the
Uvcr and the bowels. For all complaints Of the atom
aeh It la as nearly infallible as anything of human orl
gls can be expected to be; and In cases of general
weakness it la literally a Vmtmwo Euxra. Con
raletcenta win tod It the eafaet and beet lavlgoraat
and Bestoratlvo ever administered to exhaustive hu
mattty. It la guaranteed to be absolutely free from
all the corrosive elements which enter Into the cotnpo-
Uon of ordinary diffusive staaulants, and Its effect
upon the nervous system is wonderfully soothing and
QtleUrg.
let tlioscertio Irish to lotato their bultn for oo
Sue mer 8.0 hosibtiu’o Siojuoh Errruaa si »
Bptlee medicine.
KOSTETTER & SMITH,
PIXXBBTJB6H, PEIW.,
And sold by all Druggists and Family Grocers.
XST New York Office. 423 Broadway.
Jjl-gSTMtt-ItCW WED «
fitlmtioli)'* flfrirrt Buiija
El MB OLD’S
HFXM«OLD’S
SEL* | UU.D'B
HKLMBOUV3
J>KIjMR''I,TVS
HELMBOLD'B
jnorrLT o
HIGHLY COSGES rR A.TEO
lll&HLV CO.VUKNTKaTED
BIGULT COV'KSTRVraD
HIGHLY CUSCKHTHAXfiD
COSIPOTTUD
C« “M POUND
compound
COMPOUND
COMPOUND
FLUID EXTRACT BUOHU,
FLUID EXTRACT BUOHU,
FLUID EXTRACT BUOHU,
FLUID EXTRACT BUOHU,
FLUID EXTRACT BUOHU,
A POSITIVE
- A POSITIVE
A POSITIVE
A POSmVK
APosmva
AND
SPECIFIC RRWEDT
6PKCI* , I'3 RKMEDT
SPECIFIC RE«RDy
BPhCJMC HHMEDT
fcPEjXTIJ REMEDY
Non-Retention or Incontinence of Urine,
Irritation* Inflammation or Ulceration of
the Bladder and Kidneys, Diseases of
the Prostrate Gland, Stone In the
Bladder, Calculous Gravel or
Brick Dost Deposit,
Mucous or Milky Discharges, and all Diseases
or Affections of the Bladder and Kidneys,
and Dropsical Swellings existing in
- Men, Women or Children.
HELIHBOLD’S EXTRACT BECHE,
SELM BOLD’S EXTRACT BIiCRC,
HELM BOLD’S EXTRACT BUCIHJ,
HELMBOLP’S EXTRACT SUCRE,
UELHBOLD’S EXTRACT BUCHU,
Fo- Wf itrejs arisln? from Excesses. Habits of Dltsl
patlon. attended with the 'ol’owfre symptoms:
Icdlf-rrauJon to Exer’loti.Lossor Poorer
of Memrry. PlHiculty of Bfea’hJng, Weak
Btrvea, TterobUng. Horror ol Di*sats,
Dimness of Vision. Vakelalaese,
p*ln in tse Back. Universal
LaafeUn de ot tne Mn*cnlar
63 ate m. Hot Hands,'
Flushingnftha
Body, Dry- *
jj« fu Oi
Skin,
ERUPTIONS ON THE FACE,
milD COUNTEMANCIS.
These symptom*. V ahowod to bo on. which tUa
Me"’<*lDf* it.voilublr re:rovea. soon followa Fa
tally. Epreptlc Ftta. la one of which the
patient may expire, wno can say that
they are not rreqnertly followed by
those “dtreial disease*,” "IK
BAHITT and CoitSUUP
TION.” Many are aware
of tbe came of their
■offering*, not none
will confess. '
• The
records
of the In
sane Asylums,
and tbe Melan
choly Deaths by Con
gnmpco#. Dear amnio ■
- witness to the troth of tbs
aisertlon. The con-Utafon once
affected with Ccanlc Weokaeas, re
anuestqen:dorM*didQfttoStr offtben
and Invlcarate the B»sUin. wnlch rtKLV
BOLD S EiXBACT BCc.HU XNVARIAiLf DOE 3.
BEMIBOWS
HELIfIBOLD’S
BBLITIHULD’d
XIEL KIBOLD’S
HELMUOLO’S
ncLinnoLD^
HEt.pi «o I. IMS
HEtiIIBOLO’S
‘ UKLWItOLIVS
Highly Concentrated
Ccnspotmd Field Extract
- Sarsaparilla,
Foe
purifying
the blood, re*
moving all dis
ease* arising tram ex
cess and Imprudenciea la
life, chronic constitutional
diseases analog from an impure
state of the blood, and the ouly reli
able and effectual known remedy for the
cure of Scrofula, Scald Head, Salt
Rheum, Fains and Swellings of
the Bones, Ulcerations ofue
Throat and Legs, Blotches*
Pimples on the Face,
Tetter, Erysipelas,
and all scaly
emotions
* ot the
akin. -
And Beautifying the Complexion.
WOT A FE W
Ot ths tram disorders that afflict mankind arSre from
the corf optima that accumulates in me h>ood. Of all
the discoveries that have been made to purge it oat,
cone can eauM Iz effect HKLM HOLD'S ■'y'ACPODbTD
EXTRACT OF SARSAPARILLA. It cleanses and
renovates the blood, liieril* the vigor ol health Into tha
system, and purges out the humors .wtich make dis
ease. it stunuiste the healthy functions of the body,
and expels the disorders that grow and rankle In the
blood. Each a remedy, that could he re led on. hai
iong beer, sought for.a”d cow, for ;ne first time the
Eubilc have one on which they can depend. Our apace
ere does not admit certificates to show Its effects, hut
the trial 01 a tingle bottle will show to the rick that it
haaslrfT»«*t!rpa»«liigaPTt. - 'lrg they h»»a a»«w tak*!o.
rwo tahie Bpoonam* 01 tae tixxmct or Sarsaparilla
added to a pint of water.Uequal to the Llbson Diet
Drink, and one bottle la fully equal to a gallon of
the Syrup of Canaparilla, or She Decoction, aa usual
ly made ___
tW TEFBH EXTRACTS HAV3 BW3S ADMIT
TED TO CSS IN THE UNITED STATES &B.U i.ano
are also In very general ow In all the STATE HO3-
PITALB and PUBLIC SANITARY INSTITUTIONS
throughout tfi* land, as we!} aa In prlva's practises,
and are considered as invaluable remedies.
Bee Medical Properties of BttcAu.
FROM DISPENSATOEI OF THE
DOTTED STATES.
Bee Protector db WEES' valuable works on *te
Practice of Physic.
‘•See remarks made by (he Ut3 Co.:: a:td Dr,
PHYSIC, Philadelphia.
See remarks made hr Dr. RPHRAIM MoDOWELL,
a celebrated Physlctau, and Member of the Royal
College ef Surgeons, Ireland. aed published la tha
transactions of the Kick aed Queen's Journal..
Ceo Kedlco-Chlrurgleal Review, published by HSH-
J Ail IN TBAVSBS. Fellow of Royal College of Bor
geo&a. *
Soomoatof fee late Standard Work* of Uedtotsc,
PRICES:
Extract Bachs 11.00 per bottle, or Six for $3.9#
“Sarsaparilla. St .00 per Settle, arSlxfotss.oo
Delivered to any address, securely packed fronTot
serration.
MOreea letters for information, to confident, to
BKLMROLD-S
IIELMBOLD3
• HnLMBOLD'S
IIELMROLD'6
HBLUBOLDS
MEDICAL DEPOT,
MEDICAL DKfOT,
MKDICAL DEPOT,
MEDICAL DEPOT,
MEDICAL DEPOT,
JO4 SOUTH TENTH STREET,
104 SOUTH TENTH STREET,
104 SOUTH TENTH STREET,
104 SOUTH TENTH STREET,
JO* SOUTH TENTH STREET,
(nspow ciravTjrcT.)
(BELOW OBaSTXUT.)
PHILADELPHIA.
PfIILADBLPHIt.
PHIfISDELPHIA.
PHILADELPHIA.
PHILADELPHIA.
BEWARE OP COTTNTEBPEITB AM
gjremcrpiED dealers,
wbo xansjtvox to
Dtopoeo ot "their own" and “otter" araelea on tbs
reputation attained by
EEEMBOID’S PEEPAEA.TION3,
RELMBOLD'S PEE P4R&TIONS,
HELMEOLD'S PREPARATIONS
frFT.TffBOLD'S PREPARATIONS,
HEOIBOLD’S
GENUINE EXTRACT BUCHU,
HELMBOLD’B
GENUINE EXTRACT fiABSAPARTTAiA,
SELMBOLD’S
-GENUINE IMTROVED EOSS-WASH.
y ; Bold by Drngglß Zrciywbere.
ASK FOB HELMBOLD’S.
ask FOB HELMBOLD’S.
agr Cat oat tie advertisement and send
XorU and avoid imposition and ezpc«are,
njlt-cS®
XUftrmcL
GREMBAt'kS are GOOD,
EOBACK'Sare BETTSB
Stomach Bitters.
Tea ttousacd bcttles sold in cne month. Ihe taj*
popular Stotiaea Bitter# la aw.
Roback’s Ritters,
Good for all derangementoftha Stonier*.
Liver Complaint, aad several deblLty.
Boback’s Bitters.
They possess wo-d«'fnl 'oriep- rc - t!"*. ■x'-vlagtaas lo
the appetite a&ddlßcaUi e ufgaas.
Bebaek’s litters.
Delimitated Ladlr*A and tvdec'ary pa-soas wQI fludla
them an eacadeat t.utc
Boback’s Bitters
A, wlacclasalul before "arh tr.ea! will remove indiga
tJcc aad ull liver dlie-jo*.
Boback’s flitters.
Tbcy are better then all Pint. Powders and other naa
seous. disagreeable compounds.
iobaefe’s Bitters.
they can be taken without regard to dice Aaaa
petlscrthey bare no eqtuL
Beback’s Bitters.
lier are prepared by an old and skllfa! paj*sldaa,
(ctz well known vegetable rexcl'.e*.
Bdliack’s Jitters.
Wti#vHrknown tiev have become a stmdsed foxlij
!lrs"fftheal-ff-reu:B-Jy.
Bcback’s Bitters
Try one bottle, and you win always nsu theca and rs
commend them to ethers.
Bobaek's Bitters.
fold *t wholesale by FT7LTXR. FINCH * FULLER.'
lord * syrrs. sjaith * dwykk.rorsuam *
SMITH. J. H.REfcD*CO.,J liOEMUrLD. SVRIGHT
* FT:J«NCII. At retail by j3LI°S * SHARPE.
VTT.IGHT AfFHKHCH MaSN * DYtIHE, GALS
BROTHERS, B H RARGKNT, M. JKBOMS. JOS.
WILLABD.H.DILLINQHAAf.POr, V»aouzenaad
State street, and by Dmgsbts generally.
* Dr. C. W. BO BACK. ClndnnatL
C. A. COOK, Chicago, General Agent.
OSce 34 * 26 Market sL. Lind's Block.
fMI rgS-ly-eod
DR. SWEET’S
Infallible lifniinent
TEK
GUEaT EXTEBNAL B£^CY,
FOR RHEUMATISM. GOUT, NEURALGIA. LU
BAGO. STIFF NECK AND JOISTS, SPRAINS,
bruises, errs and wounds. piles,
HEADACHE. AND ALL RHEUM \TIC
ASD NERVOUS DISORDERS.
Di. Stephen Sweet, ofConneetlent,
Tie gieat natural Bone Setter.
# Dr. Stephen Sweet, ofCon&ectlcat,
Is known &U over the United States.
Dr. Stephen Sweet, of Connecticut*
lathe author of "Dr. Street's Infallible Liniment
Pr, Sweet’s Infallible Liniment
Cores Rheumatism and never Cilia.
jjp. Sweet’s infallible Liniment
Is a certain iem:df for Neuralgia.
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Cures Borns and Scalds Immediately.
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Affords- immediate relief for Piles, and seldom faf
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Is for sale by all DruggLta. Price 25 Ceuta,
RICHARDSON 4 CO..
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tnri.ii..- the fabric.
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U the or nsaar work with equal Is.
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shine )& In motion.
It tc ms any width of hem; fclis, hinds, braids, gate,
era. tucks, qnllt* and gathersacdsewson a ruffle at the
same time. It will not oil the drew of the operator.
A hemirer. all necessary tools, and **BARNUirS
SELf-SEWER." which guide* are fur
nished with each machine.
WANTED.—YortorCa,samples of savlas
sed circulars, address
-3TiOBEHCE 6EWIHO XACHTS3 CO
Post OCce Drawer U23, Chicago. 10.
Salesroom .12# Laks street. seS-rflaKy
|propo*a!3
IRON WATER PIPES
WANTED. _
Cinc» of nra r>oAß© 07 Ptraxio wosss, {
(Hicaoo. July 17.1861. J
SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at this office
untilMouday.July27tn.atU A.M.. f»p tae delivery
at thi pipe jaid deck 0/ the Chicago U'a’er Work* ol
■veto 3 of wa’cr pipe#, of 4 ana 6 Inches Internal
diameter, the different amounts ofeachslte to be de
tenrirec by the Beard ofPobMc Works at the time of
lettlnc the contract, and the Hoard to hive the prm
le«ealfcocf making aportl-nof tho amcootS Inchea
in’dlan.cter If desfred, the whole to ba iwconllng to
aoeclflcaMoceonlUeln’his ofllco.. Conies ofspedv
wiilbefamuacd to DarCe* appljlugfor theiu.
The P'oea n>a» be in lengths of 3 feet or 12 feet, hat
Ihe;eißfri of 12 feet wt,i be preferred. For 9 ft£t
n)net the weights wfll be ftr 4.«. and 8 Inch pipe*. 2W,
seif fiidlWlbs.reepectlveJjjandYor U feet pipes la
"fS c dedvery of the pipes most commence sa soon ss
October Ist. and be completed by November Ist
Blitri directed to the Board of Paoilc Works,
Irdo- ted ••Piopos.als lor water Pipes ”
Thd Boarirtsexveathe right to or all bids.
J. G. ttMUaUi. .
FRED- LSTZ,
O. J. BOAS, _ _
CommlAtloners of the Board ol Public Works.
jyrs-ucta-ev
XT O T I .C E .
J_ v ~ OXPASTXXTr or
1 SpccranuD. June 31. isej. )
Notice ts aerehy given that proposals win be re*
ceWtd it this department na - ll Saturday tteitn day
'of July nest. »c U o’clock M„ for distributing the
lav b journals. and reports, of the late sesdon or the
General Assembly, ana all other documents required
ay Uw to be distributed, the same to be distributed la
•ifctricts »b hereinafter designated, for which oropo
■alaTunatseverallyba male. Proposals wlllalso £*«
cccslderrdjfor the wf cla State..
PiccosalsshotUdspecijy the 00a for each district la
which such laws. Jonira 9 etc., will Be di-tribnted, or
if/or the wtole Stale, the earn mast be named.
The lavs. Joan ala, etc., will he required to ba taken
from Spnrcfle'd as soon u read/ for delivery, of
which aotlce wfll be gives, in conveyaace* of a char*
.acter 10 protect them from Injury oa accoonnl of
aea'b'.r. etc. and delivered as soon aa practicable, In
theis*m>er required bylaw. at the county §e&t3 of in a
rrspecriva counties, to the clerks of tte county courts
tbtteof,
N»- payments will be made oa any contract until the
full execution and p»ufo:manee of the same and the
retnra cf receio's showing the deliver? or said lawa
etc. totneclezka of embraced la uo arid
Ko»lc«*wl3 be given to the snccestf.il bidder or bid
ders tfthe accep.ancecf tbelr proposals and they will
tereqalred. within twentyday? of such acceponce.
to by a good and sufficient bond in the sum of one
•hoesa: d coL'ars lo by the Governor, 101
tce/4;U-fnl performance of their contract. t . .
Tre person or persons to whom the
awarded, will bo required to roavrsn
uosysforpacklEgthßlawß.Joar6ala.etc. andtopac*
idlliw opmrd and d .»
partn-est on Saturday. July Win, and 13 o
fhernsetceof suchpersenaae jaayunJre to witness
uesnac, DISTP.XCTX
VstMCffo. I.— Composed of tnc Atexaa
dm PuUekL Massac. Pone. Ua-dla uaunt-a, da ta*,
wOllamson jccssoq. Union, Jicbos, Haidolpb,
Par.-y Fraotbo, iiaofttoa.WtUe, Wnbaaa, dd'vnrtts,
Wayne JilTersoc. Washington. Monroe at. Clair,
CUiton. Marion. Clsy, BtcJuand, Lawrence. Crawf -rd.
jsrper. v»w«»ph»TH. Payette. Bond, Madison, Jersey
and 1 alboon.
Diitxlct No. 2—Bdrar. Colcn. Montrie. Shelby,,
Isoni-'oaicpy. slacoupln. Greene. Pike, adama. tlao*
crct McDonough. Schiyler. Brown. Pnlson. ua*oa.
Caf^*.Morgan. Bo >tt Saeeamon, ChilsUan.
Pu.lt. Champaign. YermlUoa. Do Vltt,
Cnnberlapd, Clark, Dotulsa and 7ord
DVtrlct No. S.—Eendersno. Knox, Warren. Peoria,
Tazewell, Woodford McLean. Livingston, troqnola
’WLl.Qinndy,Kankakee. Kendall. LaSa'de.Putnam,
Marshall, Stark. Bureau. Henry, Mercer. Itock Island,
1* bitesld*. Lee. Carroll. Jo Dav7Bss,Bcepbeosoa. Wla
cebogo, Okie, DaKalb, Boose. Kans. Mercury. Lake,
Cook and X’n Page. O. M. HATCH.
ty2 g<Q(Mhr Secretary of State
VTIGHT SCAVENGER.—CharIei
Li Ksnx will attsad to the ciean&g of Vaults. Prly*
le«. and the removal of offesatve matter of all d«ecrtp>
Uoss.spoiled meats,dead atilirala Jte.. Ac. Balnvatar
cUterss cleaned and purifled. Pardcular attention
rtveo to the remora? of stable manor*. All work at*
tended to with promptness and sthpur
tuoKiiuatiM. rottosctsoxiua uiwujia
£aUroas onli Steamboat Chu*J
irOR LAKE SUPERIOR,— Tha
1 splendid first-claisPasaecgerSteamboat
PIiANET C«pt- *». Chamberlin,
uri rnn dartre tne season of 1563, Jeav-iis; Chicago as
7r el*>tk lo tie evening, for Ontoflagou. Superior City*
utd rll l.te,-mediate port*, oa tbs fuliowin; uajS;
Ti t‘D «Y. Jane 23d, for Ontonagon.
p.\U’HD&r.jiOf «a. ** “
Thursday. *• iSift, ” Superior City.
Ti:r.?in.\v, •• iNta, •• .•* .
tlksdat. A®e u»o. •• Oat-voagoa.
SnuiiDii. - ZJd, SaperloeCtty.
Friday. Sept. 4*-h, •• Or.torsos.
aJ.Ttr'ipAY. *• lot.*!. • Saperior CEy,
** ttth,- “• otiV>a*goo.
' Xr, Oct. OiU. •' Superior City*
Tll£Rsi)VY *• Bd, M Ontonuron.
WuNDaT Not. at. •» Superior CUT.
- ua*on»soo.
Per duck Id on River street, first above R««h street
H.-tC*?. rorfrelght o. tia#*!w« apply on board or to
A, £ uuOi)(Uva,S&tknritreet.
1708 ST. JOSEPH, GRAND
JC BAXES and MUSKEGON.
Tt e »tan?cb and £ut sallies sUe-irbsel
Steamer Sunbeam,
Capt. F. PABST,
Tm: hatcher dock, first AboToßoihitroetSrid**
Even Kcnday, Wednesday and Iriday After*
noon* at 3 o'clock,
M&ktrc c;o«e«»ntifeUeß at Grand Haven with Detroit
ax.fi MiU-unken ItaProad forall points East, and rttfe
boattorr'-Uts onQra'dHlrer. Freight and pas*en
pers carried cheaper thaa by any otber 11ns otfertn*
equal sccoa c odailots. Passengers sill pleaao pur
chase tßclx Ucleta on board ihaboat. Aoolyoa board
or to A, B. GOODRICH. 6 »od3 Blrer street
JylPbSfJ-Tm
Fare reduced bt ths
Gn.\st> Trttsf Lt?ra or Sew Stuxem.
t;.o‘ LFB? TO boston
H.CO TO OGDKVS’IfTROH.
AXD TO ALL EASTERN POtVTI.
For Pnffialo. toncMug at ail points on Lake Mlchiirta
and ibr ngf» to BaCik’o lo thre«» days. Toronto O*wo»
po. oedeiisburgh. Montreal, Portland. Boston and
S'rwTorfc. The splendid lowprejeuro, Xhst aalUai;
upper c»b'.p steaaer
WATEB WlTCH—Captain Bjder,
Will leave ber dock, foot of Soutb
day. Ju j 23d, at 7P. M. For foetabt ir
ply to A. T. SPISNCER,
jyia-t-Gingt Agent. Offlce foot of 3. Lasallw-gt.
NORTHERN
Transporlatioa Company
OB’ OHIO.
a zazPAucro to i&urspoMPßOPxeryßiTsms
BOSTON. ATT. Bonus nf NEW ENQIANB
NEW YOBS AND THB WEST,
WITH PEOHPTXES3, CAKE AND DISPATCH
Tbls well known line of fifteen flm cUm screw StaaflV
«r« cunaec;s .IGGDKNSBUGH with raßrowl ter
Bouton led allpolntv In New SAglaad^atCape YSw>
BSiAwUbVie KaUroadiv between, tape Vincent an*
Vew York; and atOsvegowltb a Hue o'thirty
first class Canal Bears be* ween Oswege.
Troy. Albany and Itew York,
?or= a DAILY LISS from Boston, New Torn,
Cede- nbureh. Cape Vincent and O«wego to CleveilM.
Toledo and Detroit, and aTBI WRSfi,YLUiB
To CMcago and Intermediata Pert*.
AGENTS.
; HZEia 7<Pearl street, New Tor*.
JIAN HOOKING. State street, Boston.
GEO. A..KCDY. Ogdecsßorch.
JOHN H.CRaWFOKD. Oswego.
A. E. SMITH. Cape Vincent.
■WALKEIt* HAYA.Toledo.
E. H. iIATHEWS. Detroit,
t> .t. raLE. Mi’wankee,
P O.TON *BR£SD.CIBTeIatd.
N. J. HOWS, CVcaga.
office and dock foot of SortbLiaattettreeC
flb2l-b«l9-ta
1863.
Western Transportation Company
AND
WESTERN - EXPRESS,
the western transportation compart
have made arrangement* to ran their Lake Steam
Propellers on altercate day# with those of do
mew FORK GENTBI&
BncniGAN CENTB&i BIILBOJI£S|
—ALSO-
TEE IFESTEBrV EXPRESS,
Running over tne New fork Central Railroad to BnU
,£alo, rtiiJ coarrctlce with the various Railroads rua~
n!ng West, sod thr different Lines of Propeller* oa tha
Upper and Lower Lakes.
For bills cf lading and contracts via Canal or Bsfl
■otd. apply to the following agents:
BUGS aLLBN. No. 1 Centre* Blip. New Fork.
EVERBTTCLAPP.No 1 CantiesSlip. Now Tot*.
AUG. COL SEN. So. 1 Cottles Bdp. New Yurfc
8. G. CHASE, 113 Pier, Albany, S. Y.
B. O. CHASE, 191 River street. Troy, N. Y.
J.L HURD a CO.. Hard> Dock, Detroit,iDctz.
E. A. BUCK, Green Ear. Wla. •
J. J. TALLHADGBTm. AP. D. C. R. R Dock, HH
rsnkee, *h.
WESIEBN TRANSPORT ATT ON CO M BoSalo.
JBO. HE AM * CO.. Erie. Pa.
BOND 4 MORRIS. Cleveland. Ohio.
HOPKINS A GRIFFITH. Toledo. Ohio.
W. P. DILL. Sandusky. Ohio.
A. P. DUTTON, Racine. Win.
KENOSHA PIER COMPANY. KBHOaha. WIS.
W.H.'WTTGET 4 CO., Waukegan,CL
I. S, KIRKLAND. Sheboygan, wls.
4. w. Tumß,
General "Westernr Agent. Bo I State street, CUcsgtX
my23-eao+-3m
1863. THE 1863.
PENNSYLVANIA CEJTTEAL A A
825 BUlea Donbl. Track.
In-order to keep pseg wlta the demand! ol use iraveS
lug public, the managers of this popular route hays
sdded many Improvements daring the year knt, asd
w units connection#. It will be foondln all respects A
FIEfiT GLASS ROUTE to aU th» Eastern cities, The
track !s (tone ballasted. and entirely free Dots - i«t,
THREE DAILY TRAINS FROM
PITTSBURGH TO PHILADELPHIA
i ffßb close connections from Western Cttlesj
All e.'nLfeciia? direct to New York. THROUGH PHIL*
■itivt.phta and cicee connections at Hamahor* foe
BALTIMORE AND" WASHINGTON.
Prom PltUburgd tc New York, one tmia runs dally,
.-ISO ctliev tu Allentown, without change ol ears, as*
rlTlcs he advance of ail oth*r rente*.
SEVEN DAILY TRAINS PROM
PHILADELPHIA TO NEW YOEH.
IlcneCa for sale to Boston by boafc or ra3. Boat Tie*
ketnfe-od on any of the sound Unc*. Fare to all points
as low as any route,
StecplrzC’ara on night trains to Philadelphia. Sew
York acayalUmore.
Ssggage checked throngs and tnmaforroC frot
FREIGHTS.
£7 tnis Stmta Freights of aU descriptions eta be for*
warded to and Com Philadelphia. New York, Bortor„
or ila.timore. to ft'.d from any point on the Railroad*
of Ohio. KeotccK?. Indiana. EU&oia, Wisconsin, lowa,
ar Missouri »r asiLEOAD sinner.
The tennsyivawa centra! Railroad also connect* at
Pittsburgh with £ team or* by which Goods can be for
warded to any port on the Ohio, Muskingum, Hen*
tacky Tennessee. Cumberland. Dllooli. Aissimlppi,
Wisconsin. Missouri, Kama»,Aikansasandßedßlver*,
and at Cleveland, Sandusky and Chicago with£teaß>
ers to all Ports on the North Western Lakes.
Merchants and Shipper* entrusting the transport**
Uon of their freight to this Company, can rely witSi
confidence on Its speedy transit.
TBi RATES OF FREIGHT to and from any point
in the West by the Pennsylvania Central Railroad u*
aT aLLTUHB asravoaanu aa isacaaxaxDSTO'BW
Z3 RaILBOUD 00XPA5XS8.
fW~ Be particular and mark packages '•TU.Pmnrt
CXST&aL B, R." _
l- crre'gl.t Contracts or Shipping Directions, apply
to or addrew either of the following Agent* of thd
Agent Pittsburgh.
LLAUKI: 4 Co., Agents. PfttaborgX
H W. BROWN i CO., Clnc’noatl, Ohio.
B. C. MELDRCM 4 CO., Madison, Indiana*
J. R. MOOUE. LooJsvlile. Ky.
ft W. AIKMAN A CO.,ETan37lLe.lnd.
Rf. Sas£.fit Louis, Mo.
CLARKE 4 CUt Chicago, minoSh
i. U. MccOLitPoro :ioath,Oaio.
2i O’KELT 4 MONTGOMERY, Maya*7lHfl. If,
W. H.4?..L. LANGLST.GaIIIpoJS. Ohio.
E. fi. PIERCE. 4 CO„ zar.eanne. Ohio.
Jf. 3. HTTrON. Ripley, Oh:o. . _
S. 3.HrLDRri*. General Traveling Agent for tbt
nona and West.
v / iifeTtoci.
Brows aaa Farmers will find toll the meet adm*
.-onto lor Live htdek. Capacious Yard* wait
Watered end supplied with every convenience haw
oeec opened oodhls Une and tta connections and every
Attention is paid to their wants. Front Harrisburg
where will be found every colenience for feeding and
resting a choice U a tiered of the PHILADSLrUIA
KKW YORK and BALTIMORE .MABHETB, ThISWIU
also be found ae shortest, quickest and most direct
route for stock to New York-[via Al2ensowß}-*»A
with fewer changes than any other.
ENf»CH LEWIS. Gen’! Bapt, AItOOBAP*.
L. K HOI.PT. Gen’i Ticket Agent, FWiadelphl*.
H. I!. HOUBTOS.Gsn'IFraJtet Agent, PhlJade^«S.
*toi
TWO ACRES OP LAND WITH
J_ a good dwelling, batu and cut hoaaee. situated la
£Asf AURORA,
Beluga very desirable location for a for
sale Inqaire of RV&N JOHN, on the premises, of
aedma by mall Pest OiQce fio* 87, Aurora. 18.
Jyl7h*;>lw
RARE BARGAINS IN RE AX
JA ESTATE.—Fifty two of the ico-»t fertile and
higbl; improved farms la Illinois, and is.oon acres of
well located lands in Northern and Central Illinois for
ealeatalqw ogure; ISO.CCO acres in lowa, Wlscootfa
acd Mincerola in tracts to suit: I.COO lots In Cn'caso
from ?J(» upwards, Some rare chances. Real Bst&ta
to exchange for L«nd, Me r coaQdli«e. Lire Stock. Lam*
ber K iLStbohiuN'otcaaniMortgagex Lands.Lot*
and Menbiirdlse b mgbt. sold sninzcnaoged on com*
mission Bcatofrefe’snees CHARLES B.IIOLMBt.
No d Method Ist Church Block. P. O, Drawer 3834.
Chicago. Jyl&-h156-lw
VALUABLE business and
T RESIDENCE PUOPERTY
FOB. SALE AT A BABGAIS.
71«e Stores on Lake street, four Store* oa Sonto
Ts’.r r.ijeet three Store* on Franklin street, near
Lake forty Lots In one block near Union Part with,
gas. water and sewer convenient: the splendidrea
deuce »ad erounds now occupied by Bishop yhl'O
tou:e tr-putg Union Park aid Variitogtoo street*
with Cfh /.»*•: front oa the Park, valued lu isM at STO.OCO
will b“ sow very cheaa Also, other valuable pro?
•:ty. Inquire of S.S.UAYJt3.yo.i Coor: Bou^a,
J?4-ha-4w
WESTERN LAND AGENCY.
V ' acr.m acre? In I^»-
•!R-IT-OTO.«d MJ Ml«.JjrapU«a
minutely de.nsrtnlr.y *a-sa. furnished. Taxae paid.
g££ Sni huu so d. mu ttora examined to abovu
sStiu wsa Ulnol* Personal attention given In l sorta*
and /al- to raymert of uxe* on all lands placed la n
K < J. BASJfY. office No, s. over 113 3to
Chicago. Post Ofica Box 56SL
>4-ePia-Bn>
f ANDS.—To all wa-cting Farmi
JL J Large and thriving settlement of Vineland. mU4
miles son to of Philadelphia, by railroad,
rich soil, produce* large crops, twenty acre tract*, aft
Xroir, SV> xo £2O per acre, payable within lour ycaifc,
good bmlcess oneairgs, good society. Hundreds ar«
gettl’j rand making Improvement*. Apply to CIIAS»
K.LanDIB. Postmaster, Vineland. Cumberland Co«
N. J. Letters answered. Papers containing toll to*
fora avion, wm be sent free. lal-eSSt^m
dopariiur*l]i^.
pO-PABTNERSHIP NOTICE.
<J I tare Ihlsday associated with me
HENBT A. OOADBT.
Tormcrlvof Goacby. Perry A Co.. St. LonU,*od will
continue the CummlMlon and 3alt baalacM under ta«
namo c-l Clapp & Goadby. o. W, CLAPT. •
JjlfrbH7*lw
C' O-P ARTNERSHIP.-The un.
V,' dtntipita h»T» 01»d»T(orart •
OTTTTER, BUTTER.— Coantry
I»S*aS&SSS?Stt IS? &PSS&S
rsa’A’SxisKS&sS'-' ii^tMjwtacMoo.
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