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'■Notices.
Bnll’s CfdMn nlltelrii.
Let those *rho havcfloobiodllJD.Tlmiei pf BULL'S
CLI)i*OK BHT£HS. If any fcdUi.QiCiX be,' read the
foliowlDf certificate fro $ ircll ic own In
this commnxtty,and dontt no nulre.. ~ ’ .
lU-goomd lutroduciion Into the will b*tc the
aitc» of thousands of oor eoldlara. : '
June Sd, 19BJ.
Wc, the undersigned, here seen the good effect*
reduced by the useoC Dr. JOKII BtTI-L’S CEDBON
It I ITEES in canes or general debility end prostru*
Mnu of the system, and believe its ecncral use wonid
;p:e\cat disease and relieve much buffering. Among
soldiers -particularly would this be the cats*
cr-veclally those w.io etc «;aj*/acd U> mlasaullc In*
iliucnm In the Southern climate.-
tWAJ.i HILU'BWCED. Collector lot. Err., 84 Dls*
TV
1J > .
ZU!V UCNUOISOK. Cor.Kccrctary of Sanitary
•S\RKET?H|IShKB & CO n PaMjrteriDemocrat.
-GKO ¥. DOEBK, Prwrlctor , T.nn , .i«Tflle Anrtsl|rcr.
jvcHtv fl. pAKK«n»i h "Wholesale Dry Oood*
31 •.
J)AVI?, or.KKK ft C 0„ WliolcaaJe Shoe I>«alCM,
•SART *
juliub \v:ki Ei^ r c^i r !^, I Mc J c _ huol ' «or- Tkird
•mi ] i, «r thifhST.iV.vmavter U.B.Array,
A* , M. mV.TOALF. hiftional Hj'lel, Lpul*vlUe,Ky.
• -o- jKbSE BAYi.ES. 4Ui Kentucky Cavalry.
j: - OBOE D. PJiEKI’JCK, LoalbviUe Journal,
u. .id lo Chicago at wholesale and retail by
H.sroviXi, 96 XUndulpn atreet.
ddC«C»-6iu ttew wait v - ■. . ■. • . .
Mftnibal General ol Ken-
Help lor tlie AHllctedL.
d:i. DADD’S BEBIN WEED TEOCHES, prepared
■Cron the Prairie Weed M Sllpbyozs.** The properties
. f.c Kw>lnWeed ore well known to the pcople-ol
' lie wcel &£ rafe nnd efficient for the treatment of
Laryngitis, rioarwnejE, Bronchitis, Asthma, Colds,
CoagtM, Influenza, Catarrh. Also Fluid Extract of
«'3:!l>hynm. Prepared by C. 0. DADD, M. D.
LOUD A SMITH, General Western Agents, 23 Lake
eireet,Chicago. For sale bj nil Druggists.
mi«10-a26S-20t ■ ■ .
Dr. Jnmefc,
Forni'rty of James’ Hospital, Uustott House street,
N-w Orleans. L*., established to MSS, now perms
rentlT located at ftj ■4ir*ilolph street, Chicago, ull
noU.dprclaflstto the irtAi.;.r.Bioi OnDOraoaic.klxo*
< okail, sdkaruuart, aud e;i inert*
DISEASES AND »I OBDKSfi OK t COKTAaiODS
V*NEEAX,CB*itacT*ii.’Cnres them withoutresorting
X) Mercury, lowrx, f'orxsHU, Arsenic or say poison,
i-ui wliha Kecthalizce, a roanivz con* forau
humors and blood poisons. . _ . .
Obuanio Wcaesuss, ts'h M BemlDsl wcamCis.
Nocturnal and DicrcM Bmlrelmw, brought on by
kbaM of the system, early Indiscretions. excess
or entailedbertdlurlly, caaaioglossof mcmory.coa
fasten, depression,tllmiieac, and often units tosttol.y.
with other deplorable train of symptoms, treated and
radically cured b> an infallible much
time and expense. Gleet* Gonorrhea,
a<l diseases peculiar to the sexes, of s private nature,
r oi“KSSiS‘-ot aw MOST HORRIBLE CLASS,
where the Mood has become poisoned, prortncJpg
Matches oa the face, small watery blister*, potoi to
the bead ead bones, ulcerated throat, nose, limbs and
body, scrofula, together with on endless number of
‘ U KemrSber Dr. Jaraei* Office and Parlors are at 86
Kandolpb, betwecafiuuaadltwboniiurects.
oaoe open from* A, M. until IF. M, t-onsaimdons
confidential mhayhaw
To Conhumptlrcs,
Consumptive sufferers will receiveayalaablepre
acrtrilon lor the cure of consumption, Asthma.,Bron
fhUis. and all Throat ard Lung Affections, (free of
cl..r,..)br,cl«lln E “■dr«!dm,g
WQllanisbcrjt, Kings Ceanty, New York,
mliJ'J-bSffl-im »
9lndam Porter's Cough Balsam.
A large |»ortloh of tbe American people arc wholly
unaware of the deleterious, not to oay dangerous.
cDccta Incident u> the nso of many of Use worthless
uo-troms now advertised and polled hv unprincipled
venders of Gooch Medicine* and in this changeable
climate ol oun. where vre are so subject to common
coids.lt Ishiehly Important that everybody should be
made acquainted whli that slumlord itemedy, MaD
asie Porter's Cotran Piuam. A pleasant and pure
ly vct’cuble preparation. Sold by all Dniggtatst
I.rir<‘MandMeealap':rl*oitle. .
vn t.FR, FINCH 6: KDI LEB, SMITH & DWYER,
Wholesale Agents for the Western States.
-
Death in tbe Air*
HoflrrrrEß'e Stomach Bitters.—A euro pretext
ite of epidemics is now within the reach ol every
member of the community. The protective proper*
ties of llosTXTxcr.’s Bitters are acknowledged
throughout Hie.Western Hemisphere. Armed with
thi* inestimable Tonic and Altxhatit*, thoo-isads
plunge fearlsssly into the most unhealthy regions of
California, and stay there for weeks, months, yean,
without experiencing a day’s sickness. It is the great
acclimatingcordlsl of the age. Asa remedy for Dys
pepsia, Liver Complaint, sad all disturbances of (he
bowelc, it has no rival, cither among ** patent medl*
cine#" or among the drugs prescribed in regular prac
tice. So satisfied are the physicians of the United
Slides on this head, that at the suggestion of the mast
eminent practUloccrs, it has beer placed cn the list of
standard specifics In most of the dvll and military
hospltalsln America. Its operation Is, so to speak, to
icomi’Latb the system, uDdnmderlt invulnerable to
the climatic influences which make such fatal havoc
amo*g our mining and faming population at certain
seasons of the year. Perfectly harmless. It mar be
taken with perfect Impunity by persons for whom all
other stimulants are too exhilarating tobe safely used.
mbSl-alicykw-Mwaris
Tolnnteers, Attention 2
For the derangements of the syFtcm incidental to
the change of diet. Wounds, Eruptions and Exposures
which every Volunteer Is liable to, there are no reme
dies so safe, convenient and reliable as HOLLO WAT’S
PILLS AND O'NTMKNT. If the reader ol this “no
tice" cannot get a box of Fflla or Ointment fram the
drugstore In hl» place, let him write to me, 8i» Maiden
Lone, enclosing ttie amount, find 1 will mall a box free
of expense. Many dealers will not keep my medicine
on hand because they cannot make os much profit os
on other persons* moke. SS cents, 8S cents, and gMO
per box or pot. roluß-bSM-lw
I>r. Bigelow,
ConfldentlaU*hyair.ian, (formerly of St.Louie, Uo H )
can be consulted ht hie ut&ce. 1,9 South Clark street,
corner of Monroe, Chicago, iIL, half a block from the
Post Office, on all Chronic Butanes, and Diseases ol
a private and delicate nature, in both sexes, which he
treats with unparalleled success. Rooms separate,
where Ladles and Gentlemen can consult the Doctor
with the strlcteat privacy. Office hours from 9A. M.
to 6 P.M. t Sunday* 10 to 1* A. M. Communications
confidential. Consultation* free. Address P. O. Box
I&4. Knclaseiwo and Ret tls Ualdcto Health.
from the Doctor'* lone experience In Hospital and
private practice, he la able lo perform, and will guar*
antee. pciiect cures for all Chronic Diseases in their
most severe and compheatod states, In a very short
tunc, without the use »f mercury.
rouse men suffering from eelf-abost are invited to
c&U. A perfect cure warranted. Female irregular!-
tics attendant on Puberty, Menstruation, or persons
having any obstructions to marriage, should call at
cnce and be cured. Beat of city references as to
ability and success. tuh2Lh2S*4wls
I>octor Thomson,
Formerly Afaletut Burgeon to De Novo Hospital,
Salta Marie, LWjcu, Portugal, and Surgeonto Hoapl
tnl, taint Antoine, Faint Pierre, W. L, has devoted
htm-elf to the treatment «t contagious blood diseases
for more than thirty rears. Ten year* practice lo Chi
cago, 111., bos established for him an unprecedented
reputation in enrieg Srrofnla, Erysipelas, utaeoma Usm,
and all blood disease*, Nervous Debility, without
Uie t»« of mercury. Tbe various complicated and
di-o tewing dlscoscs incident to female?, treated-with
eminent success. Office and Anatomical Moscnm at
17H South Clark street. Post Office Box 7J. By in
closing 16 ceuu In postage stamps, Tbe Unfortunates*
Guide thall be forwarded to any address In the United
States. mblT-aTTMSt
A Physlolsglcad View of 3lar»
ringc.
Containing nearly SM pages, and 130 fine Plates and
Engraving* of tbe Anatomy of tbe Sexual Organs in
• cate or Bea.th and Disease. with a Treatise on
Self-Abuse, Its Deplorable Consequence* upon tbe
blind and Bc*f. wlib tbe Anchor's Plan of Treatment
—tbe only rational and successful mode of cure, as
shown by tbe icport of cases treated. A truthful
adviser to the married, and those contemplating
Trurrlago, who entertain donbts of tbclr physical
condition, bent ftvc of postage to »ny address, on
receipt of 25 cer'ta.lnsinmrsor postal currency, by
ta-)re»KlDCi)r. LA CROIX, Ko.Sl Malden Lane, Al
bany. K. T. fea-nas-sm-m
Hair Dye! XSair fi>ye!!
OACBEXOB'C celebrated HAIR DTK it TH* EKB7
Um» rt ori,d. Tbe only lUnuLEss. TuC* and Heu-
Dye known. ThU tpienutd Hair Dye Is Perfect
- < Red, Busty or Grey Hair instantly, to a
iaotsi kLAca or Naturai. Bnow>,without Injuring
■J’e flsu oi Quitting the Slat. leaving the Hair Sot!
md
■•oinr He prl«tW color, ana rectifies the ID eflert* ot
11 u Dye*. Toe Gcnulue u sinned William A. Baca
dt.sn. all others are mere Imitations, and should be
.voided. &»id by all Druegfcta. Ac. Factcnygi Bar.
»l*v street. New York. lyfi-RfißMVv
Co architects.
QHAMBEK. OF COMMERCE.
Plans for Kcir E nil ding.
Arcbltccra arc invited to furnish plans for a bunding
to bem-cted lor the “Chamber or Commerce or rax
<’n r or Chicago,** upon a lot,corner Washington and
i.utnlK* sited*, or dlineUHiuns and poritum os follows:
Lot ‘JCiISO. bounded on the uortli by Washington street
om>o:-ite Court Hoasc Square--95 ft, west by Lasalle
-u.fi—l6o ft. south by an alley—OS ft*, east by a court
ot w ft.. reserved for access and light to the baOding,
ti. building to occupy the cutlrofot
1 hocorjioratloi 1* entitled to five feet area on the
Lorth. cusi end west sides.
BASEMENT.
To vp sufficiently elevated to be well lighted, and tc
b* divided Into desirable office* for Commercial and
Batkins purposes.
FIIIST FLOOR.
To be divided into general business offices, varying
c size and accommodation.
SECOND FLOOB.
Main hall for “ Boasd or Tbapz** room 13ultbyfnll
breadth oi building, balance of tlit«floor to be divided
!Mo General Office?, with private office,
li-fullng Boom, Wrltmg Kootn.fortheure oftbe mem
(••■re ot u e Board, and iiircctoni Boom. Tbeholght of
::.i main hall will be sufficient to admit of third floor
of offices, above the tecood floor offices, which wlU.be
tor CotsmlUcc, Inspectors ana tjtore Booms.
TheposlUonof itecond floor offices may be made suo
• i-rvicDt t>»conTenleDccorontnuAceaiial>cstadvaßtare
oi tunic hall. The «nnerstracnirc to he of Illinois
marble, or of preaaed brick, or of both combined, metal
ieoi.no dome.
I 1f.7 UUUIC.
*1 tie Board dndre to erect a building somewhat eco
nomical of elaborate style, but durable In material and’
workmanship, with most approved system of ventila
tion. lighting and drainage, with arrangement* for
bcx-iinc wULutcamorwater. 30 feet nnder court on
Ci’.st fidr, and under tldewalka.*on Washing'on nnd La
vulu- atKtA? to be available for coal and water closoto.
< ost of buiidlnefrum H50,00(* to Flan* to be
drawn os Jc acn:e Gaomtlrlcal «irawlnCT,not colored—
accompanied with full explanations.. 'Estimates sepa
rate for each part of tiio mechanical work required for
u e erection and completion of the building to ba on
iStM 1 ® Ct'olnuan of the Building Cammlttee,
whi.h will be opened at noon oa the FIRST DAT OF
1° be Pal “ lor thc b l4ll * adopted.
roSl^« , .^J^rV 1<1 ..^ 0t ‘ rftlaTCllUectnnil eenrJeea,for :
«nMraau.oCtauus tw U • m«uor of .Tier ar
Sso-'BHHigggg*- <**-»*■
GEdSufcVskr.
HUiaii Mclennan.
Chicago, March 10th, 18S1. **“ ll ' Ul ‘^ggg l^«;
ijoots ana *ijocs.
1864: —SPRING TRADE,
RAWSON & BARTLETT,
Hanuiacturcrg and Wholesale Dealers In
BOOTS & SHOES,
30 LnkoSt., Chicago, HL
We have now on band a very large and well aclectoo
.otoekof bpnng Goods of the very beet manufacture,
aad quality to thoee usually oflered is
Baring made our porehasea i n Dzcbvbbb, 1863.f0r
tbe coming season, prior to thr recent advances, we
we can offer unusual umuczzaarTs to Gann
Eutibi, visiting this market.
Wecontlane to make EX.TEA SIZES and GOOD
CO>D> OPT SPECIALITY. fe2l»Tim™<«
OsToricr to Sijippcrs.
TC'OTICE TO SHIPPERS O]
SALLOW, LAUD, BACON, POKE, BEEF,
AJTO
General Western Produce.
Tbe undersigned pay Paeticulau Attevtiov to
-tfaesaleof the above article*, and Consignment* font
-Co them will be
pbomftlt disposed of
AND
quick bgtubks hade,
rvn nTraxlvaDUtgeouß terms. We Usee a WEEKLY
VRirE CCHKENT of tbe abort articles, which w«
ffi eiAmtOtbewscadlng their addremU
adsam knight A SONS,
de*ft.USMin 83 Water Street. K. Y. Oltv.
*VrOTICE. Whereas, my wife,
JDI.IA. hating left tnybfd and board without
suat cause or irro vocation, tils is to notify all person*
nhoiuoi harboring or trusting her on roy account, as
I um paj no a.:bu of Ucr EDW ai:oB.
Jefferson, ULflUCCblffUi 1854. mhJWiIU-lir
Banting an» SscHangf.
/^O-PARTNERSfilPi—Richard J
V 7 Jeijjrnj"-
dent Of the Back of **«cnorte. J,. ****£“ "
ir.ch.of E. B. Bank ofEidiange. Bu«do. >*‘Ts
antedated thctnwlvca together for the purpose ol
carrying on and UatwacUng the ouh&om or
BANKING,
At JO FUSE STREET, In elty of Kew Tort.
raam nut tm or
RICH, SHERSSAN & CO.,
'MassSsss'rri^ss^ 0 01
; GOVE&ZHCBJ7T EECUBITIES
OF ALL KINDS,. • •
iLailroad . Stocks, Bonds, Gold, &a.
Int*rral allowed on Depoalta, anbject to be checked
forblHtiiw ;• c U. 3. BHU&UAS,
March Ini, 18W, . B. K. JKCYIfI,
luLlt>-aS&-SO(i» t.B.EIOH.
pOURTii kational’^baxk
OF. CHICAGO,
4 Sontli Clark St*, lioomto Bslldins**
“Wear© now prepared to receive Dcpoelts, Bay ond
Bell Exchange, nod transact a General flunking Basl
na6* ’ BEN3AMIK LOMBARD. Prealdwta.,
B. HUTCHINGS BADGES, Cashier.
. mhU-sBsO-lm '
'J'HIRD NATIONAL BANK
OF CHICAGO.
166 LAKE STREET.
Original &nd Subscribed Capital, - *v $300,090
JAS. H BOTTEH, President,
tuna T. wait., VloePresident,
IBA HOLMES. Cashier. fc2s-ra9l-Sm -
SPIBST BATIOBAII BANK
J? OF CHICAGO,
Southwest cor. Ixke and Clark-sts.
CAPITAL, : - • - $400,000.
E. AIKEN, President. ' ■
r*«l li.MlCKßtiflON.Vlce-Prei't.
£.E.BnatBTED. Cashier. ■ / • ; : ■ ■ ‘
iJIEEASTJBT DEPARTMENT.
OFFICE OF
Comptroller of the Currency.
WASHixeTOV, February lst,UM.
WsxAViß.ty satisfactory evidence presented to tbe
undersigned, rt has been mode to appear tbat me
SACOND National Bank of CHICAGO, to tbe County
of COUK and State of ILLINOIS, basbeendoly or
ganized under ana according to tbe requirements el
toe act ot Congress, entitled “An Act to provide a
NMioui Currency, secured by a pledge of United
States stocks, aua to provtuate* - tb« circnlaUsn and
redemption thereof,** approved February avisos, and
bos complied with all the provisions of said act re
quired to be complied with before commencing tbe
basin ea* ol Banking.
Now, ntupou, I, HUGE MCoDLLOCH, Comp
troller of the Currency, do hereby certify that the
SKCOND National Bank of CHICAGO. County of
COUK and State of ILLINOIS, Is authorized to com
mence the business of wanking under the act afore
said.
,-ww-, is Tmbtieost WHXbiqy, wjtne'<* my band
1 sxali > and e**sl of Office, this FIRST day ct FAB
<*—v—f RDA8Y,1364. .
IBWU " HDOB ficCDIiOCH,
Ko. 323* • Comptroller of the Carreacy.
MMH RATIONAL Bffl
OF CHICAGO.
ttTCC*BSOB TO
J. A. ELLIS & CO.
W* are now prepared to receive Deposit*, buy and
sell Exchange, andtranstet a General Banking final*
We also keep on hand for sale United States Reve
nue gumps,auowiag the usual discount on orders for
one hundred dollars and upwards.'
Office Northwest corner of Lake and
Clark Streets.
J. A. ELLIS, President.
Sown. X. Tman, Cashier.
Chicago, February 6tb IS6I. fe“-wS&-60t
CPENCER, VILA & CO n
U BANKERS AVD BROKERS,
19 Congress street, Boston.
STOCKS AND BONDS BOUGHT AND SOLD ON
COMMISSION-COLLECTIONS MADE ON ALT.
PARTS OF THE NEW ENGLAND STATES. -
ACCOUNTS OK BANKS AND fiANKEHS iiKCETV-
En OK LIBERAL TERMS. , •
INTEREST ALLOWXD ON BALANCES AND DE*
POSITS,'BV SPECIAL AGREEMENT.
Particular atteadou given to the purchase and sale
Of Lake Superior and Canadian Mining Stocks.
tW Dolly reports of the Boston Stock Market fur-
Sighed on appliemtioa. feNWT-Sat aarAw
DANK OF AMERICA.—PubIic
J—J Notice Is hereby given, that all Bins or Circulat
ing Notes of the
“DANK OF AMEBICA,”
Heretofore Incorporated and doing bnslnesi is the city
of Chicago, under the general tanking laws ofthe State
of HUncls, most be presented for payment to the Audi
tor of Public Accounts of said State, at his office, la
the city of Springfield, within three years from the
date hereof, or the funds deposited for the redcaptlea
of said notes will be given up to said bank.
Dated thisStth da>ofMav,A.D.laCl.
GLORQS SMITH. President.
E. W. Wnxau). Cashier. jySS-gSH-tojcl-M
PITTSBURGH, FORT WAYNE
J_ AND CHICAGO RAILWAY COMPANY.
Omci OF TUB Sbcbttaxt, )
Pittsburgh, Pa., February 24th. 1861. }
Dt v tump—Ttie Board of Dimeters hare this day de
clared a dividend of SEVEN PEB CENTUM on the In
come, or Third Mortgage Bonds of this Company out
of the earnings of IW7, payable In cacti on the Ist day
of April next. W. H. BARNES, Secretary.
mbS-5221-24t *
(JHmumisslon fHerrjjante
I^BMERSMERCHANTS, AND
X OTHERS WHO
lULVE FOR SALS,
Cora.
"VVf-cixt.
Barley,
Flom*,
Beef,
Pork,
; Lard.
TALLOW, HIDES, SEEDS, WOOL, CATTLE
ASD HOGS, Ac., Ait.,
And who will consign such and all oilier
COUNTEY PEODUCE
TO
DEXTER & TROWBRIDGE,
Commission merchants, 242 South
Water Street, Chicago,
WUI have Mice mafic at the HIGHEST MARKET
PRICES, or can hare the same tripped to Casters
markets, and receive prompt and full cash returns. •
Advances made on consignments when desired.
Having several thousand Barrels of storage room
connected with our office, we can give personal core
and attention to aUconsignments requiredtohe stored
for better markets or shipment.
Orders ferthe purchase of any kind ot goods wfH re
ceive prompt attention; the articles selected with cars
end use of such ludsmtnt as our long experience has
given, and the same forwarded with dispatch.
DKXTEfi ft TROWBRIDGE.
Chicago, March 29.156 L mh29-tta»2w
JJOPPOCK, GLENN & CO.,
JOBBERS OF
C3-E.OCEE.IES,
ASD
coamisssorv hiekceia^ts.
Marble Stores, 18 and 20 Vesey street,
{Adjoining Astor Boose and opp. SU Fool'd ClmrcbO
Kcw fork City.
MOFza A- Hoppoac, lateofnoppock.Garbatt ftCo.
James K. Gixjtk, late of Cincinnati, Ohio. „
Arararus A. Comstock, late with Garbutt, Black ft
Hendricks.
L.B.OTISft Co„ Chicago. ..
H ft 4 ghO-nm-tw
Q.EORGE M. HOW
(Late SHACKFOBD ft HOW,) .
Commission Merchant,
OFFICE So. 1) 10 Lssalle Chicago, i
Prompt person*! attention paid to the sale and!
purchase ol .Grain, Flour, Provisions Seeds. Hides.'
Live block. Salt, Lumber, Ac. liefer to tbe prinOpal
merchants and bankers oi the city. mh23-Pl»3gin ;
rp MAPLE & CO.,
comnissiON jjebciiints, .
210 Booth Water street, Chicago.
t.jutu, * [tnhJS*b2S7-lml j,x.suw.e.
rjl MAPLE & CO.,
COMMISSION MBBCHUnS,
City Buildings, ID Soolb Commercial-BA. St- Louis, Mo
t. maple. [mhS4-b2SS lm] ■* j, e. maple. ;
PINKEY, LYONS & CO., (Sac
ewaors to Harding A HalU dealers in SHIP
®A|ji»LEKr, Groceries andProvlslons-Tarred and
4^?, lI H '-ordsce. Rich, Tar and Oakum, Paint*, Oils,
Blocks, etc. . y
... South Water street* Chicago.
SbJ:«£S T - '“****■'*££ B. G, OZBBB,
()BEU, ATWATER & CO.j
OEKERAI commission and
FOBWabbuc SIIIHCHAS XS,
Aiarcr o K ew Orleans, L».
u.r.uEneco-BLLonu, “elB-srtlMm ■
.. Scales.
iß‘.T' faiebahks’ stahdabd
m SCALES,
/ ‘ OF ALL SIZES,
fJgB&A Fairbanks, Oreenleaf ft Co.,
lel g&S E ' BT - cmcAoo.
R . MA R X
Musical instruction.
General Instruction. An aid to Teachers and Learn
er* to every branch of Basical Knowledge, by Dr
Adolpb Bernhard Marx. Translated by George Had
rose, from tbe original German.
Tbc above valuable work, finely bound la cloth, hat
lust been published by the unflerslgned.-wtioTrHhocnd
coplea by mall, or otherwise, on receipt of. the price.
stSo. OLIVSB bITSON A CO., Boston.
mhiß*£3-6iniaw • .
Chicago
7 WEDNESDAY, MABCH £0,1F04.
FBO3I Ti'iSUISIMTOIS.
Bclircuent or?lcClc7lraGcncra!s'Be
orgsjilzation or tho A nay—Prepara
tions . for Uk< Campaign—XJte t’am
ppliiner the Copperhead*—lieo will
hold. on to TlrgtiUa to tho JOasl—
. Threatened ‘KchencaldJ?—Tho Cop
perhead' Candidate ■ for .Vice- Proal
atul-Tlic Bcrouuc Bill* "
[From car Best^.Ooirenwridcnt.]
nCTitiKHFKT OF.M'CLHLLAN, QEXKRALB..
The consolidation of the Army of the Po
tomac into three corps—-Second, Fifth and
; Sixth—dnd' : the retirement of six of the old
McClellan generals,- haye roused the Ire of ;
the Copperheads against Gen. Grant. They
really anticipated a.different result. They
fondjy-imagined that. Grant was such a
greenhorn as to giycMcCielian the command
of the Potomac army.-; The shock, to. their
nerves at the withdrawal'from* active duty,}
in this - part of the field of mUiUry opera
tions, of Gens. Sykes, French, Newton, Keen
ly arid Spihola, was 'alarming* 'Gen. ; Grant
has the fete of Gens.: Pope,. Burnside and
Hooker before his eyes, and is too' shrewd to
permit rivalries arid jealousies to continue
to’ destroy the efficiency ol thc*Potomic
army. , -Had Pope, ‘Burnside *, and
Hooker the power, to do * what Grant
has now done, it is certain the disasters of
their campaigns would haye been, to a great :
extent, avolucd. There is no earthly doubt',
hut that two, if not the three generals, hero
named, were sacrificed to the spite and per*
Bonal ambition of McClellan. -. 1 notice, from
jils porting address to his troops, that Gen. ;
Sykes was wholly unprepared for his remov
al from command. Doubtless the same was
the case with the others.- The Copperheads
are endeavoring to make out that these
changes are solely to bo attributed to the
President I happen* to know that .they arc'
Bola&lo be attributed to - Gen. Grant him
eelfVajw baa always exhibited as much sa?*
the choice of hla eubordln xtes as
be has in the conduct of his campaigns. .
BEOKCANIZATION OF THE' ABiTT—PHEPAKA
TIONS FOB THE CAMPAIGN.;
Gen. Grant has already commenced tbe re
organization of the Army of tbe Potomac. It
bus been much crippled of late, it will be
setn, by tbe orders retiring the generals
above mentioned; but the wurk of uUlngnp
lias vigorously commenced. Large numbers
of soldiers are arriving dally; troops tat this
and other points are pclng sent forward to
the front, re-enlisted veterans are reporting
themselves, and all is bustle end preparation
for thooampaign. : The roster rolls of newly
Unlisted regiments are coming in In large !
numbers, at the. Adjutant General’s office.
Testcraay the sick and wounded were or
der'd in from the front and placcd in tbe va
bcepitals in this city and Georgetown..
Indeed everything gives token of vigorous
preparation for tbe campaign. But the pub
lic must not be 100 eager. ,/Ifc will require
considerable preparation yet to enable Gen.
Grant to get his plans into proper shape for
the operations of the campaign, which most
not be commenced till those plans can bo
carried out to completion at ever point.' He
should have at least, including reserves,' two
hundred thousand men for a proper and sys
tematic attack an Richmond. Each advanc
ing column should be heavy enough to en
gage Lee’s whole army successfully, ■. If such
is the case the rebel General will be forced
within his fortifications, and once there Grant
has him where he wants him. *' He can starve
him out or fight him by regular approaches,
as he thinks best. There is no donbt bnt that
a large lorcc of the veteran troops of the
West will take pari in the new eastern cam
paign- , .
THE CAMPAIGN OF THE COPPERHEADS.
■While Gen. Grant is “marshaling his army
for the campaign-against Richmond, Gen.
McClellan Is marshaling Mb for the campaign
against Washington and the Administration
here. ,
Gen. Grant Is arranging his forces on the
tour and Gen. McClellan Sis on the peace plat-,
form. The latter has thrown himself body
and sonl into the hands of the peace sneaks,
and there is no doubt.he will be nominated
by acclamation at the- Chicago Contention.
And what are to be.thc.component'parts of
that Contention? One has only to look to
the complexion of the delegates from New
York, Pennsylvania and Ohio, to answer. It
is to be composed of peace men, of delegates
nominated by the secret society which now
controls the Copperhead party. That society
carried all before it In those States. In Ohio
every delegate is a Vallandigham peace man.'
The same will be. the result in Illinois and
Indiana, where thcK. G. C.'shave it all their
own way, as is acknowledged by some ol the
CoppcrHcad Congressmen from those States.
The eccesh Democrats are determined to de
mand a peace platformj if they most yield
on the candidate who is to be nominated
merely to catch the soldiers 1 tote. Then
will commence the: old system oi frand and
deception, for which the party has been long
noted. The war Democrats will be toldtbat
“ Littio Mac V,docs not corea straw for the
platform, that he is only cheating the peace
men; while the peace men. will be told that
be is “ all right on the goose,” and only jost
enough ol g war men to fool the: Democrats
of that stripe. Bat whoever the candidate
of the Convention, and whatever is the plat
platform, she Union men may as well make
up their minds to the fact that their triumph
U the triumph of the rebellion and the fore
shadowing of the dissolution of the Union.
LEE WILL HOLD OK TO VIRGINIA TO THE
Some .letter writers, and newspaper-men,
generally, have been asserting tint the rebels
were about to evacuate Virginia, ibis Is a
great mistake, as I bare heretofore pointed
out. They will hold on to that Stile with a
(k-ath-prcsp, for .many reasons. First, its
.strategic Importance. It is admirably situa
ted, audits surface remarkably weUadapted to
oflenec or defense. It pierces, and tbns
threatens, the Northern States. Second, the
moral effect of its being successfully held, on
I which I need not enlarge. Third!, its im-.
imcnse resources for supplying an army. On
“this point I have heretofore written, and now
I have the testimony of the lost State census.
From this it * appears that a comparison of
the census of IbW) and 1803 shows that only
1 3.803 slaves have been lost in three years
> above the natural propagation. Of hones,
'in that portion of the Sntc under rebel con
trol, there hare been lost 25,201. In 1800 tbe
number of cattle in the entire State was
1,021,182, or ninety-seven for every one hun
-1 dred white persons. In ISG3 the number of
; cattle in that portion of the State nnder rebel
1 control, was 547,721, which is one hundred
land five to every one hundred inhabitants.
There is an increase of 72,330 sheep, and a
loss of J5C,970 hogs in the counties updor
rebel control. I had heard these statements
heictoforc confidently made by Southern
. men; • but never saw the official figures,
which are now published in the Richmond
Whig. So that if Lee and fais army are driven
from Virginia, they are driven from that
which is yet one of the most productive and
prosperous rebel States.
Oats,
THREATENED REBEL RAIDS.
News from the South,’ and tbe boastings of
rebel sympathizers in this city, would-indi
cate ■(he intention of the rebels to make
some extensive . -raids' into - those
States, and parts of States from
their sway. Kentucky is ,the great
.prize aimed at, and Breckinridge, Morgan
and Buckner arc respectively named os tbe
leaders of the repotted expedition into that
State. It is even said that Lee also meditates
another move into Maryland and Pennsylva
nia (Harrisburg to be me objective point), in
conjunction with the Kentucky enterprise.
The rebels have been induced to believe, by
Copperhead representations from that State,
no doubt, that Kentucky is ripe for insurrec
tion, and that if & force is sent Into the State
it will be received with open arms by the se
cession element there. Governor Bramlette’s
late course and Garrett Davis’ speeches have
not tended to remove this belicL
THE COPPERHEAD CANDIDATE FOB VTCE PRES-
The peace sneaks in the copperhead ranks
demand that if McClellan is nominated at
Chicago, they shall have thcTlco-Fresideut.
Tbe Ohio men want Pugh or Voorhecis; the
New England men Seymour of Connecticut;
the New Tork men Fernando Wood; the
Pennsylvanians Judge Woodward:- But the
Border State men, as a. nutter' of. policy,
claim the office, and Kentucky, especially,
demands it Wickllfle, of. that State, is spo
ken of, but of late there is some coquetting
for it on the part of the friends of the present
Governor, dr at least of those who desire to
make o cat’s paw of him in the present con
dition of that State. By offering Induce-’
m?nts to him of a political kind, tbe copper
■ heads have been led to expect thathe will
continue to throw obstacles In the way of a
vigorous prosecution ofrtheiwar/and this is
the great objectof the copperheads Just now.
They think it will help them in a political,
while it helps the rebels in & military point ol
view, - - *.
THE REVENUE RILL. ... { . ‘-j ‘
The Revenue bill, to be reported. next
week, will cause some considerable debate
in the House.. „ln order to raise the revenues
absolutely necessary for the Government ex- I
pcußcs and to pay tbc interest on the 'debt, j
the taxes of tbc old law will need to be in-1
creased at least one hundred per cent.. But!
has Congress the courage to, iace the rcspon-l
slbDity of doing Its duty in this matter?, j;
am afraid too many members are candidates:
fpr re-election, and too many of them lack
confidence in the ability and. patriotism of
the people, to stand the pressure. But we;
shall sec. •
McClellan from a Rebel JPolat ol Vl.w.
Hie rebels appear to Lave come to the con
clusion that their effort, in Gen. McClellan’s
behall are limitless, and cast him ssldc in the
following harsh manner: - •, j
[From the Hchmond Dispatch, March Sl.] (
IICCLELLAS’B STATEMEST OF HIS LOSSES.
McClellan, in the official report which he
has just published, puts down his losses in
the battles around Richmond, from the 28th
of June to the Ist of July, inclusive, at 4,583
killed, 7,T00 wounded, and 5,055 missing;
total, 15, m When it is recollected Uiatthe
Confederates actually took, brought awiy,'
and confined upon the Island, and.lu other
prisons, more than 11,000, men, we may be
enabled to judge of the.claim which this doc
ument has to be considered-truthful. _ *
A lie stuck to. says tho proverb, is as good
os the truth, to cover one* of the most
shameful, os well as. complete defeats re*
corded in history, McClelland vanity prompt
ed him to indulge in a system of deliberate
falsehood, which justly brought upon him
the derision of the civilized world. ,* But it
did him no manner of service. His employ
ers saw through his devices, as his opponents
had already; done from the beginning.” . No
mrm—least of all McClellan' himself believes
a word of what ho writes. Be has found bis
proper level, and all tbe lying report*,which
he can manufacture between this and ddoms
day cannot raise him above It'He came here
to. take £he city of. Richmond.. He had, first
I v«* r. •' *T,.‘'V.'h H' •<’ ‘ :
tnd lasi—from Fortress Monroe to Mcchan
icernie—aß documentsfurnished to the Com
mittee dflbgujry. by'the""War'Office, sub--
slantiatetfbythe AseUtant Secretary'of
prove beyond all dpuljtrlsß.ooo men:. ,u ' V;*\:
every'
Hatrebarg.ta :Mnlvcnti ;L4ncoln ; toualhiiu
at'We6tover,orSbrrroy>withbiito0 1 050.ia.0a.'
-■What had become ofallthe-refti-'—iLU t'rjy
Enuk Into tbd/arib;jPr,meUedi*ita the air?
They,had sunk into the carth, vi;?l?-vs 'to the"
Imjuaclejmd the shots ,of the ■{, • -.‘derate,
floods of to the dlsease.oi.tli-; tliJutc'; »ur v
graveled by Incessant exposure, noduurcjul--
tiugioilin ditching, his Tray tu Richmond.’
At only because it was noccsaarv to
withdraw-our troops to repel invasion from
another quarter, he was permitted to slink
away; with the ,miserable, remnant of his.
-troops cowed, brClicn-Eplrit?a,"aid : cSi:tnal-'
. lybrouebt down irom the lolty tone of brag
gadocio. with which they:, commenced.'the.
siege of Richmond. A more entire failure
Is nowhere recorded, and a-more thorough
c/<ar?ii«»rnevcr'livcd; 1' -= ' v - • t.
WiSTnssTOH.Marcb 27,1301.
TESTTAIt tN A SKW « «AK
'■' ACTBK. .
Bxiitiug Scene in f be, Brooklyn Acad
, cmy oi'manic—Vc&tvall Is insulted by
n lHcrcliaut Behind the Scenes—Tho
Offender ; , Sonnely -Thrashed' and
Driven from the Grecu Boom. . -
. Lust.night the farewell performance of the
scaaon : was announced, the Duke’s Motto be
ing underlined for reproduction. At a little
alter 4 o’clock It Wafi.delfrmlnedfnot to give
the performance; r ahd the : pnblie wero
fied of.lbat;fact ; by our bullctiu and the
.“ cards,” as printed : at tho head of this col
umn, which were posted at the ferries and
fhe public places generally. Thc fcjson for ;
-.the failure is varioualy.glrcn,. and iu Justice
tb all parties p*ncerned, we; cheerfully- afford
•them tho use of our - ~ .
* ' M’LLK VESTVALI’S STATCHENT, '
as given by the agents of-the troupe, and by.
sundry employes at tlio“Academy, Is as fol
lows: - .1... - - , ,
-Two well known gentlemen of this city;
one of wbom is a merchant on Pulton street,
were admitted upon the stage as friends of
one of the actors. After spending a short
time in his dressing robra they proposed to
go, but at his request remained longer,'-‘and
: .wcnt down upon the stagtf fhit they 5 might
hear a song by Lagadalre’s Irish , friend.
•While there Mile. Vestvftli came along and
-Joined the group; Who were looking on the
stage. One of .the visitors, whether in fun
or earnest they don’t say, placed his band
upon VcstvaU’s coat breast and remarked.
“You’re a bully girl,”, or words to that
effect' This naturally somewhat astonished
. thalady, who, turning short .upon him,’ said,
‘• Doyou'know whql am, sir ?’’ ' To this he
made no reply, but in a froUcksome manner
proceeded with bis Investigations..
Vcstvall was in male attire and wore a
: sword;!: Drawing it, with a flashing eye and
;heii'htencd color, she said, “Brute, your
• head comes off I” and struck him. a rousing,
blow across the sbonlder. “I would run yon
.tlirougb tho body if it were hot a disgrace to
tho profession,” said the, < as she ..walloped
him over the head and shoulders, drove him
hatlcss and without his overcoat to the street
door, whence she' ejected 'him into 'the
street. .•'■■* ** * ‘
as corroborated by bis friend, is as follows :
While sitting in say store on Wednesday
sight, my friend proposed, about ten o'clock!
that we should go up to the Academy and
call upon Mr. Nunan, an acquaintance of bis,
who was playing as a support ol Ycstvali.
We went upon,the stage and up into the
dressing room of Mr. 2sunon, where 1 took
off my hat and overcoat We then went
down npon the side of the stage, tbit we
might hear a song which a . friend of Hr.
.Nnnan’swas sUtJagon .the stage.- While
standing there a large person came up to me,'
whom faldn’t know and who I took to be a
man. I subsequently ascertained it was
Mile. Ycstvali. .1 was looking on the stage
ut the time, when to my surprise she stepped
np to me and shouted, V Brute, I’ll cut your
head off.’? 1 supposed she was'some actor
;who was rehearsing a part, or possibly
doing so for the sake ,of a joke.. The next
thing 1 knew she struck me with what I
took to he a whip, and followed it np several
times. Finding that she was In earnest, and
being utterly at a less to know what was the
cause of her singular and unpleasint con*
, duct I left the stage. My friend can testify
* and I am willing to swear that neither he or
I touched or spoke to her. My theory is Unit
some one else touched her, and she, suppos
ing it to he me, pitched In. It is very annoy
ing to be the* subject of popular comment,
and I make this statement that my friends
inndthe public generally may correctly .un
derstand the matter and rest the blame where
!it belongs. • • •
Wo understand that Mile. Ycstvali is still
seriously.ni at the Plerrcpont House.,
i The merchant who is thus unfortunately
,> mixed up in this, affair has been In business
■ on Fulton street during the past fourteen
' years, and is well known in the community.
The affair is tobc .regretted lormany rea-
I soul, and we trust it may In some mutually
•: agreeable manner be compromised. Without
; Touching for the correctness of cither state
i meat, we give both without the' thousand
j and one extravagancies of popular rumor,
and suspend the publication of names In con
> sideration of the feelings of innocent par
lies, who would thus be subjected to shume
cud mortification. ■ -
LAST.
; E\FAIN'TJULE S ABROAD.
Baptism of tlic Royal Infant—How lie
' Was Dressed and what the mother
i and Grandmother Wore and Did.
EDEKT.
[From theijrookljn Eadc,' March' SS.J
By this time ber blood was Tally np to the
mark) and, returning to the companion the
unfortunate merchant, she said, “And who
are jou, elr?” • “Pm nobody,” said he,
.“ Then I’ll make you less than nobody, sir
get out of here;” audio the twinklingof her
great eye she drove him out also.
Having done this, the enraged Amozoulc
beauty raved'furiously; she paced rapidly up t
and down the O. P. 'side oT the stage, while 1
the play went on, the cue lor her entrance
not being yet coimie. '
’ The stage carpenter, hearing the row, came
rushing in, and, finding out the state of the
esse, called out, “ How came these loafers in
here?” “Don’t call me or .my friends loaf--
ere, sir,” said the actor whose visitors they
had been. “Oh, well now, we know all.
abont you,”.said.the.plucky little fellow;
“you can’t tell us anything,-and they’d no
right to come here at all.” *. . . .
The company who were not on the stage
gathered about Vestvali. with the' exception
of two of the male actors, comforting and
sympathizing with her, until she was called
by the prompter,'when the public had an op
portunity of seeing what they don’t often
witness—a trial of fencing skill between two*
parties whose faces .were red with genuine
passion, and whoso eyes .Hashed fire equal m
iH-ita Jide zest to the sparks which the clash
ing steel gave forth. ; • - . ,
iTeatctaar morning, Vestvali considered
. herself quite ill, and ipdeedkept her bed all
dav. She was feverishly nervous and all that
soft of thing, which upsets women in what
ever walk of life, rendering them f unfit for
work or thought Later m thV day, word
was sent to New. Tork that she was to seri
ously Indisposed as to make it impossible for
her to play-at night. There was every pros
pect for a big house. Tickets had sold rap
idly, and the night promised lair. However,
if a woman can't play or won’t play, a mana-'
gcr has no power to make her, and at the
last moment it was concluded reluctantly to
submit to. fate; ' What the loss to Sir. Wheat
•ley orVestvall may be, wehavc no means of
knowing; but that it will reach $1,200 or
sl,coo there can be 'no doubt ’There was
some talk of suelng for damages, but of this
we know nothing. If Mile, vestvali was as
saulted she did right in defending herself,
and If she was 111 Mr, Wheatley was perfectly
justifiable in closing the Academy.'
. ■ We have, in justice to. the other parties
who are concerned in. this affair, prom
ised to publish • their version of If at the
some time wo do that ofMUe.Veatvall and the
MTBOHAKT’s STATJOfENT,
[From the Court Circular, March 11th.]
The baptism ef his Royal Highness the in
fant Prince, grandson of her Majesty the
Queen and of his Royal Highness the Prince
Consort, son of tjiclr Royal Highnesses Al
bert Edward Prince of wales and the Prin
cess of Wales, took place yesterday, at., one
o’clock, in the chapel -Within Buckingham
Palace. '* f . .r -
' Due arrangements were made ln the chapel
for the peitormancc of the sacred rite. Two
rows of chairs, one on each side of the cen
tre, were appropriated .to .the use of the
Queen, the sponsors, and the' Royal person
ages invited to be present' The principal
compartments or pews, of which there are
four (two on either side of the chapel,} were
assigned:-to "the representatives of foreign
Powers connected with the Royal family, to
the Cabinet Ministers and to tlic other offi
cial dignitaries. who were present without
taking an active part in the .ceremony/ The
altar was lined with crimson velvet panelled
with r gold - laccj • and! • on‘" the ;• commu
nion table ; were , placed • the golden
vessels - “in * ‘ the* sacrament:
Scats* of crimson and gold were ranged
within the rails of] the communion tabic for
the officiating clergy. * Tho font"was placed
in advance of-the Sant pas, immediately at
the head of the two rows of chairs appropri
ated to .thc Queen, the .sponsors, and the
members oi the royal families present or rep
resented upon tho occasion. • The font itself
is a beantiluliy formed tazza of silver gilt,
the rim representing the leaves and flowers
of the wtflerllly, ■wmlstihe base from which
springs its graceful' stem Is * grouped with
cherubs playing the lyre. 'Jn. front are the
royal arms. The font was placed on a fluted
plinth of white and gold. Oferthe altar was '
a fine piece oftapestry, representing the bap
tisznof onr Saviour. Tbs-band and choir
was placed in tho gallery, and consisted of
the choir of Her Majesty’s Royal St. 1
James’, and the choir of,tiiß v Qucen’s private
. chapel, together with her Majesty’s private
band, assisted and strengthened by several
other eminent vocal and • instrumental per
formers.,/' !
The heralds and - kings of arms were in at
tendance, te assist In’ marshaling the proces
sion. : -f'. . ... ,* . ••• . > •„
When the visitors were seated, the Queen,
attended, by. the. Mistress of the Robes, the
.Duchess of Wellington, took her place in the
seat, prepared, for her -Majesty;as one of the
sponsors. As the Queen entered the chapel
the band commenced playing the march from.
“Scipio.” The Qnccn was accompanied by
bis Majesty, the King of the Belgians, atten
ded by General the Count de Moerkerke, and
Lieutenant General the Hon. -Sir Edward
Cnst, K. C.;H., and by her Royal Highness
the Princess Helena, attended by the Lady
Auensta Stanley. - The members of the house
holds of her Majesty and the Prince and
Princess of Woles, were also present.
As tbeprocession advanced the band played
the march from the “ Fall of Babylon.
The Royal personages having been conduc
ted to tbeir seats, and the great officers and
other attendants having taken their appoint
ed plaqes on' cither side of the chapel, the
service commenced with the performance by
the band of the chorale, “Praia© the Lord
with heart and voice/* and the hymn, “I will
ijive thanks to Thee, O Lord.’*
W*hen the music ceased, the Lord Chamber-
lain', accompanied by the Groom of the Stole
to his Royal Highness. of- Wales,
-abd IheXJhambcrlaia tb her- Royal Highness
the Princess
iPrntch into 5 the cbaifrv'hra
-bdicelcarricd by the head nurse pirs-Oliri.)
by-the Cbuntcss: bfriTacclci
,CU2. bnc of the Indies oftfar-dedchamburto
’herßt>-al ! Wales.-
-Tli ' Royal Infant was altffoi'in a robs 6."
Horitoii Jaoc (tlVFnfcrmthqt was woraby M*
Ro’d IlighnVsb the Print'o 61 Wales'jit in*
-cbfißtci:Vn*r,T wRh ticii of'Tlonrtbnlic:, a
cloukjot crimson 'velvet* Hued ; witoermloc,
rlid aioiuntlebf white, satin, edged with
itoulflce. ■ ■ „’ • '
When the Archbishop of Canterbury com
menced the prayer “Almighty,! ever-living
God,” tho Conntess of Macclesfield gare the
infanl Prince to the Ou»*en,!»who handed his
Royal Highness to the Archbishop.-* ■’ u
■ ■ On !rcachiup, the'portion of the sendee for'
■ tie immii.tj of the child, the Archbishop de
manded orthe 'epdhswa hbw-hc should be
named. -The Queen answered, j“Albert Vic
tor Christian Edward.**.
And his Grace the Archbishop baptized It
in those names.!
Afterhaving received the sacred symbol,
his RoyoVnigbhcss the infant Prince was re
stored totbeanusofthe Queen. The Conn-'
‘tees of‘Macclesfield afterwards took the.
Prince, who was reconduetcd from the chapel
in the same way as on entering.. The exhor
tation and blessing having been given by the
' Archbishop, - the, ceremonial concluded with
the* performance ?oi Handel’s gruud chorus
from thc-“ Creation,”>’! ...
« The Heavens,arO;tclling the glory of God.”
As eoon as the; ceremony was'concluded,
the Qnccn,.t.ttttcudcd. ao on ; entering the
chapel, was conducted by the Lord Chamber
lain to the White Drawing Room, where the
Royal sponsors joined her' Majesty after re
tiring from the Chapel la the same order ait
ill proceeding to it .
The royal, personages with their attend
auts'aud all others forming the royal proces
sion, also retired from the chapel, and pro
ceeded to the state apartments.
During the cereraonv.the Duc'jcis of Wel
lington, the Lord Steward, and the Lord.
Chamberlain' stood near Her Majesty; and
the ladies in.attendance and the officers of
the royal household-formed a lino behind the
members of the royal family oh both sldes of
■ the chapel. ,TheQaecn wore.a black silk
dress .covered with deep black crape, and
edged with Jet gimp; a cap of white crape
lisso, in the stylo of the cap of Mary Qncen
of Scots, with diamonds round it, and a long
white crape/ Hsse veil attached to'it. Her
Majesty wore thc Ribbon, Star, and Badge of
the Goner, a diamond necklace; and a large
cross: containing the ’ Prince .Consort’s
miniature,, and a brooch composed of
a large sapphire' l set In twelve large:
diamonds; Her Royal Highness the Princess
of Wales wore a. white satin, dress, with
ruches bf tulle, and;two -flounces of rich
Brussels lace, decked'with flowers, water;
lilies; ferns and grasses; a tiara of diamonds.'
necklace, brooch, and earrings of pearls and
diamonds; a corsage *of the city diamonds
round the top of the dress; the Portugese
order of Isabella, and the Victoria and Albert
badge.
- The ceremonial having concluded the vis
itois -proceeded to tho green drawing-room
and picture gallery, ana shortly afterwards
partook of collation with the Royal fam
ily in the supper-room.
fßUacellanecus.
PROCTER. & GAMBLE.
24 West Second Street,
CINCINNATI.
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers la
STAB CAABIiES, I,iK» OIL,
GERMAN SOAP,
Pearl Starch, Fancy Scans, &c.
CANDLES SOLD BY ACTUAL WEIGHT.
C3F*The well known article of 44 Mottled” German
Soap continues to be made of standard quality, the
most reliable Family Soap in the market. Tie public
are cautioned against Imitations of this brand.',
mL3-bC3-12t *■
QHICAGO ICE COMPANY,
ONLY DEALERS IN
CRYSTAL LAKE ICE,
.From Crystal Lake, McHenry Co., HI. This company
has arranged with reliable dla tribaring teams to supply
tbeENTIUECITY. Any other,'dealm,pretending to
famish CRYSTAL LAKE ICE arc gjfilty of misrepre
sentation.
Orders and communications may be left at tbe
General Office No. 36 South Clark Si.
H.E. SARGEKT.
GEO. L. DgyLAP,
P. 11. SMITH,
JNO.B. DRAKE. HENRY COOKE,
Director* Chicago Ice Co.
SCHOOL LIBRARY,
EVERY FAMILY LIBRARY,
AM) ABOVE ALL,
Every- .Boy’s Ell>rary,
Should barca-copyof “ CARLETOS’S” DAYS AND
SI GUTS ON THE BATTLE-FIELD, which U the most
truthful u veil as tho most stlrrlngacoount of souo of
most momentous battles of the present war. It Is
neatly printed and bound In one volume, with man;
Engravings, Maps and Diagrams, price ft, for which
sum It may be bought at any bookstere, or will be sent,
postpaid, to any address by the Publish era,
TICKSOR & FIELDS,
Or S. C. GRIGGS & CO* who ore the Western Aschts
for Messrs. Tlcknor A Fields. nhlO-bSCO-St
(PIAVALRY HORSES.—Cavalry
Horses will be purchased at
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS,
In open market, commencing April
1 $l3O per Horse
For cadi tad every Horse passing this Inspection.
Sound, not leas than live (5) aor more than nine (9)
yrara old. from fourteen and one-half (UK) to sixteen
dfl) bands high, of sufflelsnt breaith and bone for car
airy service; bridle-wise, la good flesh, free from all
detects, and subject to a ncld Inspection by the offi
cers oi inspection for Cavalry Bureau.
' Payments will lie made In cheeks on the Treasury
of the United states f*r certificates of Indebtedness,
ft r lots of not less than eight hsrses.
By order of Chief Q. 41. of Cavalry Bureau.
J. A. POTTER,
mhS&-bCOQ-ICt -■ Cttptam and Depot Qmntcrma&tcr.
Q. 11. & L. LAFLIJf,
DEALEUg IX
'TOPPING, PBISTKC t WBITKG PAPERS
(OF EVERT - DESCRIPTION. • ' . .j
12 & 44 STATE STREET,
. - Opposite City Hotel, Chicago.
CASH PAID FOR RAGS.
a. a latuk. n. laxlix. j. a. bat.
' mUU-toaSm
■^yißE! WIRE!
SHAWMUT WIRE WORKS,
BOSTON, MASS.
FARE AS, FOLLEXT & CO., PraprieUrs.
Manufacturers of alt descriptions of IRON WIRE,
TELEGRAPH WIRE, Ac., which they offer for sale
at the lowest market prices.
Also, extensive Importers of TUT PLATES, SHEET
IRON, &C. • ; ■ mh23-bB3Mw
UfAIiKLET’S FILTERING
iTj. GLOBE CISTERN, Patented March Pth.lSU.
This Cistern Is built In the ground, of brick and ce
ment mertar. The lower.part is ofa globular form,
with a water-chamber directly above, of equal capacity
with the globe. .The FILTER consists of Saxd, Char
coal ana Brick, and Its surface is equal to the circum
ference of the water-chamber. •
This Cistern Is preferred before all others; from the
fact that the water la cleared and purer than any
other cittern water—Q( lor drinking; family use, or
a other , purpose desired- These Cisterns are not
e to crack, as others ore. and may not needier
pairing in a life-time. The chamber can be cleaned
out In a few" minutes, and the globe be fun of Altered
water at the same time.
■ Bunt any size required. Those wlshine te purchase
rights can address PHILEMON MARKLET. ,
Canton, Fulton County, lUlnala.
To be found at the Adams Rouse until further no
tlce. ~ • .mh&bKS-lm
UNITED STATES Mar
shall’s sale in ADMIRALTY.—By.-virtue
ot twelve writs of sale hy tho Ilou. Samuel IT. Treat,
judge ol the United States District Court for the
Southern District of Illinois, In admiralty, dated on
the 19th and 2ist of March, A. D. 1361. wiu be sold at
public sale, to the highest and best bidder for cash, at
Cairo, in said District, on the 7th and Stb day of April
A.D. ISG4,the following described property,to-wit:
2C2 bales of cottou, a large lot or sugar, whlskv,
brandy, drygoods, lumber, tar, &c.,'&c~ thesam*
having been ordered bv the Court to be sola.
.. . . - . -..t D. L. PHILLIPS, US. Marshal.
Springfield,lll.. Marchffi, ISSI. _mh»hlß-10t__
Htoian'frailtt, or PHY
SIOLOGICAL RESEARCHES, should b8 read
by everybedy. It treats on. and shows how, the
evil results arising from early abuse and unhappy
contamination may be subverted, with a sure metaod
ol dispelling the misgivings many experience In en
tering the marrligeitate. - Sold or Ss. H. A. BAR
ROW, 1M Blcecker street, New York. Price. 13
cents. Mailed free everywhere. To be had alto of
M. SCOVIL, 76 Baadolah street, Chicago, HI: also ol
RIMONTAN A COLBURN, corner Main and Wash-
Ington streets, Peoria, 111. de3t-t3T-ly
CJPLENDID RESIDENCE PROP
kJ ERTY FOR SALE.—We have 113 feet on Peoria
street to a corner, and S3 feet on Sangamon street,
also to a corner, which we will sell cheap. We also !
have mddenccs aw and 2fli Sangamon street, and the
house and grounds 303 Peoria street, (this is oao of the :
best places on the West Side,) which we will rent to
rood tenants at reasonable rates.- Apply to BALr
LARD & CO., 146 Markct-fit : mb»-h6lMt •
QRANGE.S AND LEMONS, i
SOO BOXES
Just received direct from Importers. Cash orders
Ircm the trade solicited. A. C. IIUESTI9.
FI. Wayne, Indiana, March 23, ISM. mh26 bt!6-2w
KBOEGER & SCHMIDT,
Manufacturers of Grand, Square and Uptight
PIANO FORTES, Tfarearooms 16 Leroy .Place, New :
■ York. We offer to dealers and the public a verygupo
nor article. Our Ur. Erocger was of the late firm ol
Callcsberg A Co., asd the manufacturing partner.-
Descriptive circulars /ret. .Agents wanted.
mhlS-aWS-lm ■
Valuable business pro.:
T PEP.TT FOB SALE. 1W -. - ,
My lot atsoulheaßtromcrof Randolph and Wa
bash, IS feet on Wabash, SIK on Boudolph. Capital
location fora first-class wholesale store. Terms c'
sile easy. E. C. LABXED,
22 MeConnlch’abuDdlnK* comer Dearborn and Baa.
flolph streets fe2<-v2S3-g)t
T INSEED GIL.—IOO barrels pure
LINSEED OIL,
la choice package*, on consignment, for sale by
. BOINTON. WEBSTER & CQ„
mh23-bl£6-3t 2i9 Sonlb "Water-st,, Boom No. 4.
The cheapest peace to
bur Boots and Shoes at wholesale Uatthcncw
store ol PHELPS & DODGE. , ,
64 LAKE BTBEET,* ap-staira.
Country dealers will please make not of It.
mh2s-bfe»etls ,
OHOE; CUTTERS AND HIES
Oof all kinds and shapes, manufactured by TAT
LUR&BLAECHARD, ' ;
72 SudbiuT Street, Boston*
Orders by mall or express promptly fill*!. 1
mh2»b&4UA
Brg ©ooas.
102 **** stoef-,102
E- A. HAYT & CO.,
t.rrr-i:;"* .- " •-
' “ r bat* bpaioni i
BBiRSH HOUSE IN SHISA6O
fi?H rns sAL* or
LADIES' CLOAKS AND 3IAXTILLAS
:: DKALFRS CAN DDT AT THE L6WEST NEW
YORK I WHOLESALE PRICES, SAVING. FREIGHT
AND OTHER EXPENSES. ‘ ’
THEIIiATEST PARIS STYLES WILL BB INTRO
DUCED SIMULTANEOUSLY IN NEW TORE AN©
CHICAGO. * ' •
N.Bf-THE CITY TRADE HAY DEPEND ON. OB
TAINING AEL THE RICHEST’PARIS NOVELTIES
,AT .THE EARLIEST MOMENT. 361 BROADWAY,
NEW YORK, AND 103 LAKE STREET, CHICAGO..
' mh2-v7a6-lmls , . . •. t ' . ,
TCTARWELL, FIELD & 00;,
- SUCCESSORS TO
COOLEY, FAEWELL * CO.,
43* 44 and 46 Wabash lyenne,
IMPORTERS OF
FANCY GOODS,
IKD waoLMSit* OKAXZB* IV
DRY GOODS,
FOR CASH.
We hare la Store,
OR P.SPRING TRADE
. A VERY LARGE STOCK OP
Sheetings, Shirtings and Drills.
; Stripes and Denims,
Prints,.
F&M Oasalmeres,
And Summer Stuff
Apron Checks,.
Bleached .Goads;
. Delaines, •
FKSSH SPRISO BTYLIS OF
' 1 Dress Goods,
Alio, a Fall Assortment of
WOOLENS, WHITE GOODS,
NOTIONS,
HOSIERY AND GLOVES,
All of which will bo sold at the
LOWEST CASH PRICES.
Having purchased our Stock previous to January,
WB CAN AND WILL offer Inducements to heavy '
close buyers that cannot fall to please.
FARWELL, FIELD 5c CO.
fts-w!24-2m ■
Remtnmls.
T>EMOVAL.—J. Leduc, late of
JLt Leduc A Gibbs, has removed to
*, 211 South Water Street, tap-stairs),
Where be will continue In the some business—buying
and (filing nil sorts of produce on commission.
mh27-b49t-Smls
E M O Y A L.
FARGO & BILL,
Have removed frsm 43 Lake street to their new
DOUBLE STORE,
Nos. 48 & £SO W abash > Avenno,
Next flontli of Cooley, Farwell A Co.
We have largely Increased our facilities for manu
facturing our celebrated
K.IP AND CALF WARRANTED
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Having also received a large and well selected
stock ol desirable goods for the .. .
SPRING TRADE,
We Invite the attention of all Dealers In BOOTS and
SHOES to an examination of the same. We continue
the CASH SYSTEM, and know that noTinz Home,
Baitwr West, can compete with us.
fel6-wW2m FARGO A BILL. •
J^EMOVAL.
Webavo removed, to oar Urge aad commodlonx
NEW STORE,
74 ami 76 lake Street,
Where we shall offer, for the
SPRING TRADE,
3Tb e largest and bcst-scicctcd Stock ever In
tkis Market, of
Ready-Made Clothing,
i Cloths, Cassiiaeres, Vestings,
Gentleinen’s FnraisMi Goufls,
TRIM&IHBS OF ALL KiMDS,
AT WHOLESALE ONLY,
Being Interested In several largaWsolen Mills, we
‘receive Goods from first basis, and are thus enabled
‘ te sell at the lowest market price.
Onr Rcadr-Mado Clothisg Is well known as being
fully equal, li not superior, to any ether In the West
ern market.
We invite oar Meads and the Trade la general to
call and examine onr Urge Sleek.
,S. ; ST£Tpi£lfilEß &. CO.,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
Foreign and domestic Woolens,
WHOUESAIiE CI.BTIIISBKS,
’ fels-w74S-Sro-esi-x-w*v 71 J: 76 Lake street.
33r> fflneet’s auniment
DR. SWEET’S .
Infallible JLmimeni.
THE
great maternal remedy,
FOE RHEUMATISM, GOUT, NEURALGIA, LUM
BAGO, STIFF NECA AND JOINTS, SPRAINS.
BRUISES. CUTS AND WOUNDS. PILES,
HEADACHE. AND ALL RHEUMATIC
AND NERVOUS DISORDERS.
Per all ol which it Is a speedy and certain remedy
and never Alls. This Liniment Is prepared from the
recipe of Dr. Stephen-Sweet, or Connecticut, the
Ihmons bon* setter, vud has been used In his practice
for more than twenty yean with the most astonishing
success. •
. AS AN ALLEVIATOR OF PAIN, It Is unrivalled by
any preparation before the public, of which the most
skeptical may be convinced by a single trlaL
This Liniment will cure rapidly and radically, Rhe
umatic Disorders of every kind, and In thousands of
cases where It has been used It has never been known
to fall.
FOR NEURALGIA, It Will afford Immediate
In every case, however distressing. ■ * ' -_ T
It will relieve the wont cases of HEADACHE
three mlnntes, and la warranted to do It.
TOOTHACHE also will It core Instantly.
FOR NERVOUS DEBILITY AND GENERAL LAS
SITUDE, arising from Imprudence or excess, this Lin
iment la a most happy and unfailing remedy. Acting
directly npon the nervous tissues, it Btrenguthcus and
revivifies the system, and restores It to elasticity and
fiEor. i .
FOR PILES.—As an external remedy, we claim that
It is the debt known, and we challenge the world to
produce an equal. Every victim of this distressing
complaint should give it a trial, for It will not fall to
afford immediate relief, and in a maturity of cases
will effect a radical cure.
QUINSY AND SORE THROAT arc sometimes ex
tremely malignant and dangerous, but timely applica
tion cr this Liniment will never fall to cure.
SPRAINS are sometime very obstinate, and enlarge*
ment of thejolnts Is liable to occur If neglected. The
worst case may be conquered by this Liniment In two’
OT BRUISeE!* CUTS, WOUNDS, SORES. ULCERS.
BURNS AND SCALDS, yield readily to the wonder*
fut healing properties or . Dr. Swxxt’s Ixeallibl*
LnnwxxT, wheu ugod according to directions. Also,
CHILLBLAINS, FROSTED FEET, AND INSECT
BITES AND STINGS.
EvepyHorseOtnier
Should have this remedy at hand, for its timely use at
the first appearance of Lameuess will effectually pre
vent those formidable diseases, to which all horses are
.liable, and which reader so many otherwise valuable
homes nearly worthless. . .
Over four hundred voluntary testimonials to the;
wonderful curative properties of this Liniment have
been received within the last two years, and many ol
them from yersens In the bights* *anka oxlife.
CAUTION.
To avoid tapodtlOß, observe the Signature and
Likeness of Dr. Stephen Sweet on every label, and
ahjo** Stephen Sweet’s Infallibly Liniment” blown In
the glass of each bottle, without which none arc gen*
° IM- EICHARDSO-ViCO.,
Sole Proprietors, Norwich, Ct.
For aale hy LORD ± SMITH, General Western
Agents. 23 Lake street, Chicago,
everywhere. • • - fe2g-ais»eqw-ly_.
3LallcmattU’o Specific.’
u s . B
t.at.t.f.mand’s speoiho.
T.»f.T,EMAHD*S SPECIFIC will not care all di>
eases. It will cure
Rheumatism, Goat and Neuralgia.
Hundreds have certified to this Cact*
For Sale tor all Drngslata. Price, One
jDollar per Bottle*
j .H. BLOOD, Sole Agent,
. J4 North Fifth street, StLouli.
J. Q. BEAD A CO*
008-rU-tm-wr**. Agenafor Chicago.
3&fllloiMas's I3ilte.
"g'BLENDS AND RELATIVES
of xn»
BRAVE SOLDIERS AND SAILORS.
EOLLOWATS PILLS
AND
OINTMENT.
All whe hare Friends or Relatives In the Army or
Navy should take especial care tfavt they be amply
supplied with these rule and Ointment: and where the
hrave Soldiers and Sailors have neglected to provide
themselves with lhem.no better present can.be sent
them by their Cricnds. Thcyhava been proved to he
the Soldier’s nevet-lalUnff friend In tho hour of need.
Coughs and Colds Affecting Troops
Will to speedily relieved and effectually cared, by us
ing thtse admirable Medicines and by paying proper
'attention to the directions which arc attached to each
'pot or box..
Sick Headache and Want of Appe
, the, Incidental to Soldiers,
These feelings which so sadden, usually arise from
trouble or annoyance, obstructed perspiration, or cat-
Inp and drinking whatever la unwholesome, tons dis
turbing the healthful action of the liver and stomach.
These organa most be relieved, If yon desire to be
well. - The Pills, .taken according to the printed la-'
structlons/wll! quickly prodaco healthy action to
both liver and stomach, and as a natural consequence,
a clear bead and good appetite.
Weakness or Debility Induced by
Ofcr-Fatlguc,
Will soon disappear by tbe use of these Invaluable
Pills, and the soiolerwlll quickly acquire additional
strength.. Never let the Bowels be either condned or
undulyacted upon. It may seem strange that Hollo
way’sPills should be recommended for Dysentery and
Flux, many persons supposing that they would In
crease tbe relaxation. This 6 a great mistake, for
these Pills will correct the liver and stomach, and
thus remove all the. acrid humors from tho system.
This Medicine will give tone and vigor to the whole
organic system, however deranged, while health and
strength follow as a matter of coarse, bothlng will
stop the relaxation of the bowels so sure as this famous
medicine. ,
Volunteers, Attention! Indiscrc-
tions of Youth.
Sores and Ulcers, Blotches and Swellings, can with
certainty be radically cured, If the Pills are taken
night and morning,- and tbe Ointment be freely used as
stated in tho printed- Instructions. If created In any
other manner, they dry np In one part to break out in
another. Whereas this Ointment will remove the ha
more from tbe system, and leave tho patient a Vigorous
and healthy man. It will reqnlre alittio perseverance
In had cases to Insure a lasting cure.
For Wonndsj Either Occasioned by
the Bayonet, Sabre, or tbe Bal
let, Sores or Bruises,
To which every Soldier and Bailor are liable, there are
■no medicines so safe, sore and convenient as Hollo
way’s Pills and Ointment. Tho poor wounded and
; almost dying soldier might have Ids wooTOs dressed
Immediately If he would only provide himself with
’ this matchless Ointment, which should bo thrust Into
the wound and smeared all' round It, then covered
with a piece ofllncn from bis knapsack and compress
ed with a handkerchief: Taking, night-and morning,
six or eight pills to cool the system add prevent In
flammation.' ‘ • • . .
Every soldier’s knnpsaek and seaman’s chest should
be provided with these valuable remedies.
CAUTION.
None are genuine unless tha words 4( Hozxowat,
New Tome and London.” arc duccmible as a Wa«
tee-ha be in every leaf of the book of directions
around each pot or box ; the same may be plainly seen
br holding the leaf to tho light. A handeomeTeward
will he given to any one rendering each Infbrmatlon
as may lead to the detection of any party or parties
counterfeiting the medicines or vending tbe same,-
knowing them to be spurious. • •
• • gold at the manufactory of Prof. Holloway, 80
Maiden Lane, New York, and by all respectable drug
gists and dealers In medicine throughout the civiliz
ed world, in pots and hoses, at 25 cents, 62 cants, and
There Is considerable saving' by taking the
larser Fires.
N. B.—Directions for the guidance of patients In eve
ry disorder are afllxcd to each pot and box.
- C2T Dealers In my well-known medicines can have
Sliow Cards, Circulars,ctc.,sent FREE OF EXPENSE,
by addressing ThomasHoUoway.SOMaldcnLane.N.Y,
For sale by LORD * SMITH, General Western
Agents, 28 Lake street, Chicago, and by dealers every
where. OC&o9TJ-3m-2tcw-WAU
Caution.—lf the reader of this 4 ' notice” cannot get
aboxef Pills *r Ointment from the drag store lams
place, let him write tome, 80 Maiden Lane, enclosing
the arnouat. and I will mail a box free of expense.
Many dealers wUI net keep my medicines «a hand be
cause they caasot make as ranch praQtason other
pcrbons'makc. 35 cent?, S3 cents, and $ 1.10 per her or
pot.
3htsi)lu6le element.
USEFUL AIH) VALUABLE
I DISCO VEST!
HILTON’S
INSOLUBLE CEMENT!
>! 1* of more general practical
utility than any, invention now
[before the public. It has been
[thoroughly tested during the lost
[two years by practical men, and
pronounced oy all t« be
SBXAT HUOOTXBT
applicable to the.
Useful Arts. t
Superior to Any
Adhesive Preparation known.
A B«W thlBJ.
Hilton’s Insoluble Cement
Is a new thing, and the remit oj
years of study; its combination!*
on SciufTiric Pbikciplm, and
under no clrcnmstacces or change
of temperature will it become
corrupt or. emit any offensive
smelL - .
IS Combination.
BOOT and SHOE
Boot and Bnoe Man*
, niheinrsrs.
Uannfhcturers, using Machines,
will find it the bestarticle known
for Cementing the Channels, as it
works without delay. Is not affec
ted by any change ox temperature.
,-> H’.vV ri'.T< hi irS
Will find it sufficiently adhesive
for their use, as has been proved
It Is especially adapted
to Leather, ‘
jewelers.
And wc claim as an especial
merit, that it sticks Patches and
Lining to Boots and Shoes suffl
clentlj strong without stitching.
IT IS TUB OIfLT
LIQUID CEMEJTT
Extant that Is a sure thing for
mending
FUBXITUIIE.
CIiOCIiET.T,
TOYS,
BOKF.
IVORY,
And articles of Household Use.
m*!Vf~Fk m i-c.,
Hilton’s Insoluble . Cement
Is In a liquid form, and as easily
applied as paste.
Hilton’s Insoluble 'Cement
Is insoluble In water or oil,
Hilton’s" Insoluble • Cement
Adheres oily substances.' -
BnppUed id Family or Manufac
turer's Packages, from 3 ounces
to UK pounds.
EILIOH 8E03.& CO.,
PBO7BZXTOBB,
PROVIDENCE, B. I.
SMITH, Wholesale Druggists, 39
o.DU General Western Agents, to
ybe addressed. JelO-g®-iywr«c
jFor tlje ilrmg.
•ml lies.
Itls s Liquid.
.Remember.
Finis.
Bold by LORD ft
Lake street, Chlcagi
whom all orders ma
OTICE
Botmty Still Paid by the U. S«
Nary.
By Act of Congress, the U. B. Navy will hereafter re
ceive recrolts to serve for two years, and pay a bounty
ofthrec months pay, also ac adraneeof two months, ,
mating Is the aggregate from forty-two to fifty''
four dollars. This - amice la conceded by all to be
the most desirable In which a man can enter. No march
lug, meals at regular hoars, with good quarters, on 1
board ship, and the best medical attendance when lick.
This bounty will be paid until April Ist. Apply at the
' U. 8. Naval Readezvoua
Northwest cor. of North Clark and Worth Water
Streets, Chicago, HI.
JOHN B. HIBTY,
Acting Master C. B. Navy, Commanding Rendezvous.
fr Good Rccrultlsg Agents are wanted in all towns
and villages, to whom good pay will be given. Addrest
aa above. nabS-vCS-Im
ffiopartnrisfiip.
T^ISSOLUTIOF.—The firm of N.
!_/K. TATT.BANK & CO.lsthl* cl.iy dlssolred by
icntnal consent N. K. Kairbank will continue the
business and is' authorized to use tbename of the firm
in Utinlnation. I
mb2:-M37-6t i
Chicago, March 36,
rpHE CO-PARTNERSHIP
X heretofore existing between the snbsbrlbers,
under the firm of “ THOS. B. MORRIS 4 Co , ’ la this
dav dissolved, Mr. F. W. Lasak retiring from the
busincaa. „. .
E. F. Lasak or T. B. Morris wDI use tho name of
tbeflrm In liquidation. P-W.LASAK, '
Chicago, Feb. l.lbM. E. F LASAK.
TU03.8. MORRIS.
The undersigned hare this day associated them*
selves together under the name of
LASAK & MORRIS,
And will, conduct, business of the same kind, and in
the same manner as heretofore conluctcd by Tho*.
B.Morris & C 0... E.F.L\SAK. -
Chicago. Fob. 1.19 M, ■ OKO. W.LASAK, ; ,
tth2s*bß9Hw • • TltOlj.B. MORIUSi’
rzxraa
iEjocflauD's &emaw33ittcts.
J)YSPEPSIA,
AND s ’’- J
DISEASES RESULTKS PROS
Disorders of the Liver,
AM) DIGESTIVE OEGANS
ARE CURED BT
HOOFLAND’S
GERMAN BITTERS,
THE GREAT STRENGTHENING
TONIC.
THESE BITTERB HAVE PERFORMED MORE
CURBS—HAVE AJfD DO GIVE BETTER SAT
ISFACTION HAVE MORE TESTIMONY
—GAVE HOES RESPECTABLE PEOPLE ’
. !, s TO YOUCH FOR xiIKM. ..
Than any other Article in the Hark.t.
Wc defy *ay one to contradict this assertion.
.AND WILI- PAX SIOOO
To'anyone who will produce iCcrUlcatc published
' by as,thatlaaot GENUINE..
HOOFU^fi'S
GERMAN BITTERS,
WILL CURE EVERT CASE OP
Chronic or-Harraas Debility, Disease of the
Kidneys, and Disease arising from
a Disordered Stomach,
Observe the following symptoms, resulting
from Disorders of the Digestive Organs :
Constipation. Inward Piles, Tallness of Bloed to the
Head, Acidity of theStomacb. Senses, Heartburn,
Disgust lor Food, Fullness or Weight m the
. Stomach, Soar Eructations, Sinking or -
, . Flattering at the Fit of the Stomach,
Swlxnmlngofthe'Head,Harried and -
,‘. Difficult, Breathing, Fluttering
at the Heart, Choking or
- Suffocating Sensations when Is
a lytiut posture, Dimness
•• of Vision. Dots or •
• Webs before th*i Sight, -
FeverandDulrPaln lathe Head,
Deficiency of Perspiration,Tellow- •
ness of the Skin and Byes, Pain in the -
Side, Back, Chest, Limbs. tc n Sudden •
Flush eeof Heat. Burning In In tho Flesh. Constant
Imaginings' of Evil, and great Depression of Spirits.
REMEMBER!
That this Bitters is not
Alcoltolic,
Contains no Rum or Whisky,
ASD CAN’T HAKE DEKVKiEDS,
IS THE BEST TOKIC
IN THE WORLD,
Read "Who Says So :
From the Rev. Levi G. Beck, Pastor of the Daptl 6
Cboreh, Pemberton, If. J„ formerly.ot the Nort
Baptist * 4 »
1 have known Heeflaod's Germanßltten favorably
for a number of yean. I have used them In my own
family, and have been so pleased with their effects
that I was Induced to recommend them to many oth
ers, and know that they have operated In a strikingly
beneficial manner 1 take great pleasure In thus pao-
Uclv proclaiming this lact, and calling the attention
oi those afflicted with the diseases lor which they are
recommended, ta these Bitters, knowing from expe
rience that my recommendation will be sustained I
do this more cheerfully as Hoc Hand's Bitten U in
tended to benefit the afflicted, and Is *not arum
drink.** ■ Toon, truly, USVI6. BEGS. ;
From Bav. J. Newton Brown, D. D., Editor ot the
■ Bncvclopedla of Religions Knowledge, and Chris
tlan Chronicle, Philadelphia.
■ Althouglrnot disposed to favor or recommend pat
ent medicines In general, through distrust of (heir in*
gredients and effects, I yet know of no sofllelent rea
koua why n man may not testify to the benefits he be
lieves himself to have received (tom any simple pre
paration. In tho hope that he may thus contribute to
the benefit nf others.. , , , w
: Ido this more readily in regard to Hoofland*s Ger
man Bitters, prepared by Dr. C; M. Jackson, of this
city, because 1 was prejudiced against them for many
years, under Che impression that they were chiefly an
alcoholic mixture. lam indebted to my friend Itobt.
Shoemaker, Esq., for the removal of this prejudice by
proper tests ana for encouragement to try them, when
suffering from meat and longcontinned debility. The
use ofiureebottles oftheso Bitters,at tbe beginning
of tbe present year, was followed by evident relief and
restoration to a degree of bodily and mental vigor
■which 1 bad cot felt for six months before, and had al
most dlepaircd of regaining. I therefore thank God
and mv friend for directing me ta the use of them-
J. NEWTON BROWN, Philadelphia. *
From the Her. Jo#. H. Kennard, Pas tor of the 10th
Baptist Church.
Ijb. Jack sox: Dear Sir—l have heenfroinently rc
naested to cot n»ect my name with commendations
dr different kin la of medicines bat regarding the
• practice as oat of my sppropi late sphere. I have in
all case# declined; bat with a clear proof In various
Instances, and particularly In my family, of tha use
fulness of Dr. Hoofiatd’s German Bitters, I depart
for once from dt usual course. to express my fall
et nvlctlon that, FOR GENERAL DKIULIT 2 0? TEE
BTBTCM AND ESPECIALLY FOB LIVER COM
PLAINT, IT IB A. SAFE AMD VALUABLE PRE
PARATION'. In tome cases It may 1*11; but usually,
I doubt nat.lt-will be very beneficial toßiosewho
suffer from tie above cause.
y<nmi.TOTr»p.eUUJr, IIiK£KSAI!Di
lagbtb below Coates street, Philadelphia.
From Rev. Warreu Randolph, Pastor of Baptist,
Church, Germantown, Penn.
‘ Du' C. M. Jacksck ; Dear Sir—Personal experience
enables me to say that I regard the German Bitters
prepared by yon as a msat excellent medicine. In
cases of severe cold and general doblUtyThavo been
greatly benefitted by the uss of the Bitters, and doubt
net tbev will proinoe similar effects on others.
Youri,truly, , WARREX RANDOLPH,
• Germantown, Pa,
From RevvJ. H. Turner, Pastor of Redding M.R.
Church, Philadelphia.
Db. Jacxsow: Dear Sir—Having used your German
Bitten in my family frequently, i am prepared to say
that It has been of greatserrlce. 1 Lcllcvc that In
most cases of general debility of the system ills the
safest and most valuable reme ly of which I have any
knowledge. lonn. ■
T26 X. nineteenth street.
From the Iter. J. M. Lyons. formerly Pastor of the
Coicmtma (N. J.) and. Milestown (Pa.) Baptist
Church. • ' _ _ _
Kbw BoozELLZ.fr. T.
B&.C.M. jACEior: Bear Sir—l feeljt apleunro
thus, cf my own accord, to bear testimony to the es
ct Hence of tbe German outers Some years since bo-
Ine much afl'Jcted with Dyspepsia. I used them
xrlth Terr beneflclal results. 1 hare often recom
mended tnem to persona enfeebled by that tormsntin?
disease, and bare heard from them the most flatierlnjr
testimonials as to their great raise. IB case ofccncral
debllltj.lhellerelttohe atonic that cannotoosor
passed. J, M. L7OK9.
From the Bcr. Thos. Winter, Pastor of Roiborongb
Baptist Church.
Db.' Jxcssob s Dear Sir—l feel Itdueto yonr ex
cellent preparation, lioodand German Bitten,to add
my testimony to the deserved reputation It has ob
tained. ihareforyears.attimes.Deeatroabledwltb
great disorder in my head an t nervous system. I
was advised, by a friend to try a bottle oTyour Ger
man Bitters. 1 did so, and bare experienced neat
and unexpected relief; rar health-has'been materially
beneatted.- I confidently recommend the article
where Imeefi.withalmilar cates similar to my own,
and bare been assured by many of their good effects.
From Bev. J.- 8. Hennas, of the German Befonaed
Church, Katztows, Becks Connty, Pa.
Da. c. ST. Jaoksok: Bespected Sir—l bare been
troubled -with Dyspepsia nearly 30 yean, and have
never need any medicine that did me as much good
asHoofland’a Sitters. Ism very much Improved la
health, after having talra five bottle*.
Jyours, ■withrespect, J.S.HERMAN.
PRICES.
largo giro, (holding nearly doable qnnn
• tityO tl.oo pcrßotUe-Ht Doi. *5.00.
Emil Sue, 75 “ —Ht Dot 4.00.
BETTABE OF COCNTEBFETTS.
See that the signature of “C.M. Jacmos” Is oa the
Wrapper of each Bottle.
Should your nearest druggist not have the article, do
rn be pm offby any of the intoxicating preparations
that may he oflerea la its place; but aend to us, and
we will forward, securely packed, by express.
Principal Office and Manufactory,
NO. 6a ABCn STREET,'PHILADELPHIA, PA,
JOisTEsrac EV^isrs,
Successors to C« H. JACKSON & GO.,
Proprietors.
tT""FOK BALE by Druggists and Dealers in every
town In the United States, and by
LORD & SMITH,
98 Lake St., Chicago, HI.,
General Western Wholesale Agents.
[aoU-p37l4tew*ir*tob
Eo CTontramrs
SUBSISTENCE OFFICE, U. S.-
kj A UMY, No. ?0 SOUTH 9t*K»T, I
_ JULTDRmx.2axk.JlarcltSl.lflM. $ .
FEALBD PROPOSALiWn rtvptir't*. will bo r*-
crhrtd at thla offiett until » m., on FUID AT.April
. Ift. C«. >ar tarnishing the United States Suttustcnee
Department with— _
I > OUK 'IHOU6AXB clcm> UEiITDF iJFETCAT-“
Ti K, on u c tei.f, delivered a th* sute CitUe Boole*,
at Baltimore. Md., ra low of ctjwj) one trouserHr each- ~
• Inercr/(lC> ter r’aT*: tobe-wetjrSiwi withinonr. an*
a halloa) a aflcr arrival, at lhoe*p«siof the contract
icr. TLefmust average r.tnut C,a») thirteen hun
dred poamTxgrva* weight. all faUL-i: *hori of (I.COOX
OueUxxmnaronmUTn'MireiKtit;
Co**. Reiters end Ifcro’crs Cattle win herepreted.
A deduction cf te»r «10) pounls will be made fTotW
tlo-we'cMo* c*cl» Steer accepted under this eon--
trcct,provided theanlmal does tot Maud In th© peat
tuocpd one hall toms before being weighed, orte'
cot weighed immediately after removal iron th«.
C *Bisnkform*foc proposal* cenbs had on appUcatto*?
Nt this office, eit! er Ic percun, by mail, or telegraph.
- Tie Government will claim the right of wefchCw ■
any one aamnU ppperato. ff lt« appearance Indicate*.
Icrs weUsi th»n tno minimum mentfned abovet 10* .
expreteof weighing will be paid by the party crrfng
• In jedpnent.,..
r.sch bid; to secern consideration, must cotflalo A
wtUicnguaranteeof two rcapcv**t>le penion«,aaXo4-.;.
Wr.— .of Ibceountyof——». State of ■—Tda^
lit re by guarantee that la (or aro) able to fhml a .
ccctiati la jncorJance with the urns of hie (or thelf>.
prorcfiilcn, end should hl» (or thcir> proposition b*- ■
uccipted. ho (or they) willatouce enter Into a con-,
tmrt In accordance Uierewlth, and wo are prepared
tobccurehtdMciuitlcv, string good ant! sufficient 1
bends for Its (Ulttluiear. , ,
The rcrpccsitllUr r f the gnaran'rrxinert be shows
hr (he otnclal certificate of tn«* rjrrk of um mureat
Xistrtct i curt, or of the United Statu District Alter
n©' . to he enclosed with the bid.
The Government reserve* to iuelf the right to reject
any or all the bids considered uare-iAor-ahic. > 1 ~
Payments to bo- made after each delivery-tw Biel’
ftinf.B ax mnr be on hand; li none on hand, to bo -
asxcon asrccel-cd. ' 7
Prorr,ya£»mnxt bo erdowd «U»'.tnctly; "PnoPO"
S/Vl S FOK BtEF CATTLE,*’ nad addnisaotl to -CSpC.
11102. C. SULLrVAN, C. P. BAltim ore. Mary ixnd.**
If ahldtalQ the’Bomo of a Una. their name* ana .
thclrpcKt niEco address muft a»pe&r, or they wlltnot
bo eotwldcfcd. - ~
firm, olTcrlnr %■
proposal n.mt accompany It by an oath of BUegiancw
to the ualtod stares* UOTcrnnxent. If ho hajsot ilrcadT
niedonetnthlaoffice. r • -
All hide not complying strictly with the Unu etlhlw
adverttaement will bn rejected. • .
• v..^ M . . • THOMAS a SULLIVAN. ■
mhit-wOBSt- • Cnptstaando.B^U.B.A. •
PROPOSALS IOR SUBSIS-
A TINGE STOKES.
. Orvics CoruassAST 07 ScnszJTrxcx.)' '
. tl River atroet. V -
’ , . (TmcA.no. 11U, March. Hth.lSM.)
bcale«l proposal* (In dnplloaUM a 111 be received hr
the uoderbltned unldU o'clockM. onTiIUKSDAT.
Marclt SUt, I£6>. for mrolsbing the fallowing Snbals
tcuccStores.to.be delivered os or before tho 13th oC
April, iBC4.
• SWO Babbkls of C*st QrAurr of Ftotrx, mamw ‘
Cftcinrcd iron* prime spring w&cat, *r good soaml win
ter wheat, (the hind to be utated in the acopoaoL.).
The brands and place of manufacture to be stated tn
the bids, and whether lorouoa or datboopbarreln—
the barrels to bo head lined and well coopered. The
floor to be laspectedat the expense of tho contractor ;
rby.thoßoardofTrsde Inspectors. .
PotaTOls— Bach Quantities as juay be required dor
leg the month of Atrll, 13GJ, sixty pounds Co th»
1 bushel—ln good, ordinary will coopered barrals,
, htad lined.
OxioNS—bach quaxtlties as may bo required during
lhe month of April, LrSl.slxty pounds to the bushel—
In coud. ordinary, well coopered barrels, head lined.
TwoTuoroASD B.mKBLa NuwPxtaa MbsoPobk.
Oas Tsoc&krolUsuas NawMzss Bk*f,ouKx-
TXX MSSS PSZF.
T£IK PROPOSALS WILL STATIC tho price ttWhlcA
ILeMets Pork will be furnished in fUU hooped oak or
ash .barrel-* with Iroa master hoops—each bams! of
nr rfc to be Inspected and evertiauled Or the Board ot
Trade Inspector—sod the price at which it will bo lur
niched 1b toe ordinary mcrcban'able package, subject
to the usual trade Inspection.
■ The Mess Beef to be famished subject to tho Usual
trade Inspection. ~ .
The inspection to be at the expense of the contiao*.
tor.
Tho rest of the package to be Included la the pries
of the aiticle.
Payment to be made In such funds as may be fop- -
niched Tiy the United State*. t.. . -
The above store* to bedeUvered at sueh point within
the CUy sf Chicago as may be reanlred by the under*
algncdTffee of drnyage. , •■>'■' v
* The: bills for paymeat to bs accompanied bydupll- -•
cate inspection certificates. . A .
The undersigned reserves tho right to reject any or
allbldsi , ,;•••■*
A copy of this advertisement to be attached to each
bid. ’ . .. .
Proposals to be endorsed M Pnorosana fob Streets
tknck Siouxs,” and addressed to the undersigned.
J. Me. L. TATLOB, -
' Lleat. Cel. A 47. S. D. 9. Army.
. t&" Stoats Zeltong espy. mh3H»UI-ei
DEPART
JLL MKST OF THE emtSERLASD
' OyFicxCuiEFCaionssaßTorsuiwurmraLl
. , Temn„ March Ith, 1861. f
PBOPOSAIS.
Sealed proposals are Invited tin sth of April, 1W», for
furnish!?; the Subsistence Department vrltti fsurtbo*-
sand (4XW) head ef Beef Cattlesa the hoof. . •, .
The Cattle to be delivered at Nashville, Tentu.aafi'
welshed on the scales sad the weight so determined tc -
be the purchase weljUt. . „
The Cattle required must averageattca«teievenha» '
dred and fifty (1,150) pounds, and uo animal will be ad
mitted welshing less than eae thousand (1,000) poandL
grew*.' Arlgld Inspection will homadebvsuchpenooß ■
as the Government may direct at each delivery. Bolin
Slags, Heifers and Cows not waated-
A"bond with c*od and sufficient security will bo rfr
qulred for the lalthfal performance of the contract.
The time of the delivery efCattlewlU be fifteen days,
alter signing tho contract, and one thousand (IJMOipor
week will be required till the contract la completed.
Bids directed to Lieut. Co). A. ?. Porter, Chief C.B.
Department of the Cumberland. Nashville. Tens., and
to be endorsed proposals for farniahing Beef Cattle.
An oath of alleslaace must Accompany each bid. asfi
no bid will be entertained when the bidder It not pros
ent te respond. Payments will he made in certificates..
of indebtedness. .
• Form or Bin.—l do hereby propose to tarnish tfe*
U. S. Subsistence Department with four thousand (t,aco
head of Beef Cattle on the hoof; In strict accorilane*
with conditions of the enclosed advertlsenrant, to be
delivered at Nashville, Tean., for the sora oi peg
hundred pounds gross weight. I offer as security Pn>
my contract the names , of of—count*,
• btatoof . A. P. PORTER,
nhiS-ssS»2lt Lleat. CoLand Chief C.S.D. of C:-i
ordnance office, '
\_J • • Wah D*fa«t3i*st, > .
; Washington, February M, IW. f -
(FBOroSAT.S will be received by this Department
until TUESDAY, March Is,at 4 P. M„ ferthadollv
ery, a: the following Arsenals, of Horse Equipment*,
united States Cavalry pattern, as hereinafter epecV
fled:
At the JfewTorfcArseaal.S.OOOacta. '■ ■'
■At the Frankfort Arsenal,s,ooo sals.
Atthe Alleghany Arsenal, fi,ooo seta, ■
At the Cincinnati Depot, 3,0>j0 seta.
' At the St. Louis Arsenal, S,OM sets.
' These sets of Hone Equipments arc to be furnish •
ed complete, except the horse-brush, curry-comh.
larlat, picket-pin link, and blanket. Tho curb and
watering bits, the malleable Don bard wore, and stir
rups. are to confirm strictly In pattern and finish tc
those deposited at tbearseuls above named. The
trees are to be of tbe regulation pattern, aisortrd ■
sixes—not less than 9K Inches between the ban on-,
the Inside ofthe pommel, the side bars of (hard white
wood or beach.) tbe pommels and eantelsot beech’,
well put together; all the Dons one-tenth of an Inch
thick, aad all lot Into the wood; to be covered with
tbe beet slaughtered caw- hide; all other covering to
be rejected. The trees are to be subject to iospec-*
lion during all stages of tbe manufacture, bat th*
equipments will belnspectedat the arsenals where
delivered.
Deliveries mast bo made Inlets of not leas this
fifty sets per week for all contracts of 580 seta or
under; oce hundred sets per week for all contracts
Of from 514 op to IX6O sets; two hundred set* pe*
week for all contracts of Don LOCO to 3,090 sets; and
five honored sets per week for ail contracts af bos
2.W0 to 6.(00 seta. The first delivery to be made «•
to c ?d day of April, 1861.
Failure to scare deliveries at a specified ttmo-wll!
suDJectihe contractor to» forfeiture of the number
be may (all to deliver at that time.
No bids will he considered from parties other kbar.
regular.manulheinrora, sad such as are known tc
ttis Department to be lull} competent to execute ip
tbelrovnshopstbawork propotedfar.
Bidders wllfenclose with their bid* the written ac
knowledgments of their soreUe«,ov«r their own f
natures.
Each party obtaining a contract win be obliged ;o
enter Into bonds, with approved sureties,(hr Its faith*
fal exeentioß.
Upon the award being made, successful bidder*
wtu hwantlfled, and furnished with lone* of coo.
tract and bend.
The Departs* eat reserves the right to reject any or
all bids, if cot deemed satisfactory.
Proposal# will oe addressed to “ Brigadier General
George D.Baneey, Chief ot Ordnance, Washington,
. D. C-" and will oe endorsed “ Proposals for Hozm '
Eonlpmeßts.'*
: the time for receiving the proposals under the above
advertisement lor Dorse Equipments Is postponed'
nctiltkelstdayofAprll.nt 1 P. M. The rate of de>
livery per wee*, will bo oao-tcath of the amount. con
tracteo for, and the time of flrat delivery Is bo amended
ns to allow each bidder to. specify when be can make
his first delivery. Samples of the equipments can b«
Fcch af (heFrankford Arsenal. Brldesbonj, Po., after
the 22dlnst. „ . GEORGE D. RAMSAY,
Brigadier General, Chief of Ordnance.
mhiS-b2S(Mt wrist . -
'PROPOSALS FOR FORAGi-,
JL _ CnrwOruarmctASTia's Orrm.)
• ’WASBcreroK Dkpo?. December 9,1863, t ..
SEALED PROPOSALS are trite-s by tee anacr
ngnsa for supplytrg the U. 9. Quartermaster’s Dt
canniest; at Waihmnoa, D, c.,. Baltimore;. Me •
AlexAidria, andFcrt Monroe Va. or either of thset.
places, whh Bay, Corn, Oats and Straw.
Bids wIQ he received for the delivery of S»OCObukaix
cf com cr oat« anc so tons of cay or straw, or upward;.
Bidcen mas; itata at which of the above anas**.,
polotatk-sprepovsto bake deliveries, sad tae ms,'
at which They w m ma’ie dallveilot thereat, tha <nc£
fry ofeanhar'lcka vrcaosed so be delivered, tha *lbk
when said anhverlss shall be commenced, and wk<T
totecoirpletid. ‘
The pneo molt oewrittm oat in words onthefeUs.
uorntoi'cpntuplssood stout wch oxabouttwT
bur-hels each. Oats luifrc sacks, of shout three bathes
each. Thejall;ftU)'Jftfarnsh-dwithoutcxtracharß
to me GQVBmment. .The hay axic straw to be secures,
biie-l. •
- TLs partitniar kind or C.t sen ptlau ox oats, com, hr#-
•>rstraw, presence to be delivered ruostbc stated is
the propc«ali
Alf the articles offered under tire blcs hersin invtvri.
*Ux be tn*d6?t to a nglo inspection by the Govern
msnt Inspector cefore being accepted. •
Contracts will be awaken from time to-llma mtisc
lov ess responsible Udser.us ue Interest oCtheCk>
rramentmayrsqub’e
the whole amount contracted lbr shall have bees t>
llvereo ana accepted.
The bidder * Q be required to accompany Ms* *•<*
!Ktal wfrb a coarastv. signed by two .respuaaflAer
sobs, that in case his Mi is accept*! he or vaeywLL
within r«o dayu thereafter, execute the contract tc*r
the samn, wna goeo ana sufficient anretiee la a mss
equal to (os amount of the coatract, tv deliver V '
forage proposed In conformity wnh the wns cf tm '
aoveruemenc; and In cats tha said bidder thaaMfiu.
to enter loio tha contract, t*?ey to matte good the *iv
fitfsjee. between theeffer of 1*1.; bXJiier and tha sex
lowest respocsiMe bidder, or »> person towboat »»*
contract may be aware ed
The re»pootibU!C7o£t&Bjru&ra.iLOTt nustbeskstsf,
hv the otmlal certificate of ft O 3. Dlsiric; Acxrsftf
Collector of or any other officer under iaq
United States fK ;mmeat, or responsible penh*
known to this ofiloa.
All bidden im he duly eoufled of the aocaptaaog »
xtdscijou of their proaossli; ...
The foil name and P O address of each bidder jzyiru
- be legibly aritten la tha proposal.
Proposali must be a/onried to BrigadisrGevm.
D.U.RacZer, Chief Depot Quirtermaater. Waafetap
ton D. C.«nc ihould be plal.lynaried“PropObF
■t*sedhy thecon-ractor an«t both bis guarantors, mi’
berequlxwiofthe uuccstsiol bidder or hidden net
ilgetug tte contract
Tn*nV forma o( bids, guaiantocs, and bends, tslas v
Cbtitnaao."t»nuiicat‘onatthi6 omce. ■
FORM OF PI4OPO3AJU.-
. (Town, County,and ■ - ■-
I. me lEuscnoer, uo hcrecy propose to fnraua
deliver to tre United Gutn, sc tbs QusrtmnarSS
Department at~.— —— .agreeably to the tens* qk
your aavertLemsnt, Invltii'K propossh fbr ftiw».
dat-djTashlngton Depot. December A IMS, the ibBMC*
iff az*leKß.vM;
——buattlsof Corn, la tasks, at—per bushel olS*
pounds.
bushels ot Osu,laaaciJ,at—per bnahel os cc-
poonos. • ■
- toss ol ''aledHay.as—perron of
- (oaao'baled straw, at- per ton of z^tOponsda
Deliver; to comiLei.ee on Oi before the d*£
OT-. ■ ,isg . and to be completed oa or before l£>
■ day of ——. 13d ,aa*.i pjeoge myself to am
ter into a written contract with toe Ucftea »hi»
with good an i pfovjt 7 '--'' sccnrtfet, vttahj wi« rnv‘
often days aftatr oelmr notiifod that my bid baa fits
accepted. Tour obeoaat servant.
Brlgaoler G«* era] D. h. Bnczxa,
Chief bepot fina-*iacLMiijr.
’rtaaalogton. 3. S*
WMBAKTT.
Wa, as unceregaea. ralieuii cf '■»
County ol ,anadtat«ot *»*
seve»auy,Co7ataatwlUithe Unit •iSta'es.ai'suaiC
ontea In cx-e the foregoing bM cf h»
that he or they will, wlthtntea dayianerujaacbS*
aoce of said old, execute Ue contract for uumm
with goon acAaifllcleatsaretles, In a sum equal teTS
amount of thgeontract, to fturJah ue forage komS
m conformltyto the terms of advertisement aatofcSal
camber 8, ISO, under which the bid was made, aatvtg
ease the taM —— snail Qflt to enter Into a eattramTai;
alomais, we guarantee to make good the dlfferm
between the offer by t> n e raid - ■ and the leer
lowest respouaiblo bidder or tha person toT-ehem B2
contrast mag be swarde-t. , _
-Witness, J
?thu * •" r ■ -. t
■ . fiife
* I h«b7bk.tUytia t ,.. ..at* ~f -,.j .
and belief, the above •.-cj-ia:or* arugoooKWk
fufleiect aa sureties lor tatt'tmouat tor watch >X»
offer to be security. ~
To be certified by tha United
nes,CoUectorofCU3tom«, cr other otßceruaafc.
the United States Government, or rerponilblsyeraos
**3? «.»«■««.'as e g i ajg
r^ws^BSTDissTo?'JStfttTS
to m mm; mim
opening of bids, ft h, RSCXgH, •
del4-3331-to Brigadier General ami OaartenEtS&ai
qfecial NOTICE. .:
THE PROPRIETORS OF THB
GIRARD HOUSE*
' PHIIADELPHU,
Rcvncetfellv cell the attention of Business sea m 4
the Travelling Community to the superior aecommoi
datlqn and comfort offered In their estabiuhmont-
KASAQA, TOWLSB * ca.

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