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SpcrtaJ ’Notices*.
pr. Jameii,
Formerly of Jatsci' Hospital, Custom House street,
New Orleans, L»u, established Inibdo, now of at <Un
riolph street, Chicago, DlJa:>lj, ?>ecJaßstki lb» treat-
ijtb senr
JiiHUSB, iin> BtGiXio Corea them
■without resorting to Mercury, looms, f*ora»«u, Ar
sewe or Sarsaparilla. Dr. j a mt» u«ea» SaPraai*-
ixsb, wmea ib a. mitxtx oni Jo iD Wood dls*
-enspi. Organic We*knes.% brought on by excess over
taxation of business', or catalled hereditarily, canting
Ju*« of mcnioty, oeiroet and general debility, etc.,
cured by an infallible method, and the only core for
tbU weakucf*—taring both time and expense*.
Old Diseases of toe MObT HOKBTBLH cLaBB,
■where the blood has become poisoned, producing
itiotches on the Ace. email watery blisters, pains ic
•the bead and bones, ulcerated throat, nose, 11 tube and
’ body, ecroftila, together with an endless number of
-suffering*.
Dr. JamM A reoemmeoded by the press generally of
She sooth, the medical Acuity, and professors ol mod
* cil colleges, etc. Those afflicted should apply imme
ill He!*, and be cored of these terrible disease*.
Bemembcr Dr. James' Office and Parlors are at B£
Zltndolpb, between State and Dearborn street*.
Office open from 9A.M. untU-E P. M. Consultations
ioriolaidc mhSJb6M-5w
S. T.—lßoo.—X-
Person* of scdentaryhabSts troubled with weakness,
Co-Jtodc, palpitation of the heart, lack of appetite,
•iHrcfs after eating, torpid brer, cdnstlpatioo,
dcteivc to suffer If they will not try the celebrated
PEASTATIOX BITTERS,
).lch arc now recommended by the hlghwt medical
authorities, and warranted to produce on IMIUJ
DLATE beneficial effect. They are exceedingly agree*
-iMe,pcrfecfly pure, and must soperceod all other lonics
wbtns a healthy, gentle stimulant is required.
They portly, strengthen and Invigorate.
They create a healthy appetite.
They arc antidote to change of water end diet.
They overcome effect* of dissipation and late boor*.
They strengthen the system and enliven the min A
They prevent miasmatic and Intermittent fever*.
They purify the breath and acidity of the stomach.
' They core Dyspepria and Constipation.
They cure Diarrhea and Cholera Morbus.
They cure Liver Complaint and Nervous Headache.
They make the weak strong, the languid brilliant,
-und arc exhausted nature's great restorer. They are
cuwpobod of the celebrated Callsaya bark, winter*
cruen, suasafres, root* and herbs, all preserved in per
fectly pore gt. Croix rum. For particulars, see circu
lar* oivd tcsttmonUU around each bottle.
Beware of imposters. Examine every bottle. See
that It Ims oui private U. S. Sump unnmtllatel over
tJie cork, with plantation scene, and oar signature on
nbnc steel plate ride labtL See that our bottle Is not
ccflllod with spurious and dclctcrous stuff. Any per
arfm pretending to sell Plantation Biller* by the gallon
or in Bulk, b> an Imposter. Any person imitating this
iMttlc, or selling any other materiel therein, whether
celled llnotstlon Dittos or not, la a criminal under the
U. 8. Law, and will be so prosecuted by na. We al
ready love onr eye on several parties ro*lUUng our
•Lotllcs, Ac., who will succeed la getting themselves
into close quarters. Tbc demand for Dmtc'e Planta
tion Bluets from ladles, clergymen, merchant*. Ail, Is
Incredible. Tbc simple trial of a bottle Is the evidence
wc present of their worth and superiority. They are
•told by all respectable draggista, grocers, physicians,
’notch), saloons, steamboat* and country stores.
P. B. DRAKE & CO.,
Afflicted Read*
ITTHAM’S DYSPEPSIA CORE!* wammtedtoenre
any cw of Dyspepsia, no matter how long standing.
.Trice *l. Heat by mall.
RTBAV'S TRAVEL PPF.r.inc l» the only remedy
will core Gravel, Kidney Complaint, and all dl*-
-eaarti of the Bladder. Price rl. sent by express.
UPHAM'S HEADACHE SPECIFIC need--* bat a
trial to convince the most skeptical that It will core
/Sick and Nervous Ueadaehc, Neuralgia in Uie Head,
•Ac. PrtceSDcenta. fentbymall. „
CPUAW’b JIAIK GLOSS AM* CURLING FLUID
impart* a liesnilfnl close to tbebnlr, keeps U in carl,
(irumotcsltegrowth, Ac. Pricesocents, Sent by ex
v ?re«.
VPHAM’o TETTER OINTMENT if* a Bnre and
vneedy core for Tetter, Holt Rhenm, Chapped Bands,
Barbel’s Itch, Chilblains, Ac. Price SO cents, bent
by tuall.
The above preparations will be sent to snv address,
•on receipt of the money. Address S. C. UPH AM, No.
:£'< South Eighth street, Philadelphia, Pa. Descriptive
-clrcnlsresent free. LORI- A SMITH.
2S Lake street, agents for Cblcaao.
mli3l-b7<rly_T-B*T
“A Stitch in. Time,” &c.
If the affile’ed will permit Seminal Weakness to
upon them—lf they will nse from a loathsome
bed every morning, after exp-rleaclng nocturnal
-emissions. that bear with them their strength, mental
;on<i physical, acc plod through a short and painful
-lUe.lna lazy, dreamy sute of seml-ldloic*, we can
onjy say, “Go it blind,*’ for blind yon will be Bat If
you-wish lo recover yuur manhood, feci life and its
dntiesAesirable. become a fit husband for a woman,
regain memory and energy, be able to rise in the
morning. In abort, be a man capable ot man’s tbne
• lions, while there is tlme,take the Cherokee cure,and
follow the directions that accomp&nv it, it never
falls. . mli3i-W«Wt
Xo Gonsumptlres*
Consumptive sufferers will receive a valuable pre
scription tor liic cure of Consumption, Asthma, Bros
■chine, and all Throat and Lang Affections, (free of
• charge,) by sending their address to
Her. E. A. WILSON,
Williamsburg, Kings County, New Fork.
mWC-bWS-lm
Death in the Air*
Bostettbu'b Stomach Bitters.—a sore pbrvrkt
/.vz ox epidemics is now within the reach of every
member of the community. The protective proper-
Oca of Hop tetter's Bitters are acknowledged
riirougliont the Western Hemisphere. Armed with
vbls inestimable Tosic and Alterative, thousands
plunge fearfeesjy Into the most unhealthy regions of
•vja’ilomia, and stay there for weeks, months, yean.
•.Tin.out expcrlenciog a day's sickness. It is the great
acclimating cordial of the age, as a reruedyfor Dys
'ncpsla. Liver complaint, and all disturbances of the
I>oweifl, it has no rival, cither among" patent medl
•elms” or among the dimes prescribed in regular prac
tice. So satisfied are trie physicians of the United
■Str.tes on till- head, that at the sascesJlon of the most
eminent practitioner*. It hat bees placed CD the Use ol
wtandard sptcifics in most of the civil and mllliarv
in America. Its opera-.ion is. so to speak, to
v noh-plate the system, and render U invulnerable to
xhc climatic influences which make such fatal havoc
iiuiotp our mining and forming population at certain
Ki'tuons of the year. Perfectly harmless, it may be
■taken with perfect Impunhv by persons for whom all
other stimulants are too Mhllaratinc to be salely used.
nihm-iJfe. iw-M uar-ls “
Volunteers, Attention Z
For tlie derangements of Hie system Incident*! to
die change ol diet, Wounds, Eruption* and Exposures
•**’blch every Volunteer is liable to, t&cre arc no rente
-"tie* w’ wife, convenient nod reliable as **.OLLOWaY’«
L’HXb AND O NTMKNT. U the reader of HUs ‘•no-
Viet” cannot pet a b«x oj Pills or Ointment from tbe
'imp store In his place, let him write to me, 80 Maiden
enclosing liic amount, and I will mall a box free
jf expense. Blany dealers will not keep my medicine
■on hhnd because (bey cannot make ns much profit as
mi oil er perrons’ maac. S3 cents, 8S cents, and 21.40
a>cr box or pot. nUi2S-b&M-lw
Or. BUrclow,
Ccnfldcntlal PbTeleikQ, (formerly of £l.Louis, Mo„)
cut. be consulted at bin oflice, 119 South ClarJt street,
corcer of Monroe. dUcturo, ill., half a block from the
ottlce. oc all Chronic Diseases. tod Disease* ol
:i private tod delicate nature,ln noth assee, which be
treat* with unparalleled eurcese. Rooms separate,
when* Ladle* and ocutletner can consult the Doctor
■with the strides’ privacy. OUlce boon from 8 A.M.
*•; SP.M.; fiaadaj* 10 to 13 A.M. Communications
oonudrotlul. Conenlutioco rtn-e. AddressP. O.Bux
Kcc'oretwo stan.,x> and pet bl» j.udeto Health.
From the Doctor’s loop experience to tiosplulaad
private practlce.be lb able to perform. and will truar
auec. perfect cores f.>r nil LhroiJc Disease* to their
rnoet severe and cou'i'licot*-2 stance, to a very abort
t-.tne. without vht esc of mercury. . _
Toonir into eulTerxt from self-abuse are tnvlted to
Arrrfcct cure warranted. Female trrecolaii
• iff attendant on Puberty, Menstruation, or persons
li ,vtnp ci.v obstructions to marriage, should call at
«r-ce ».nd be cured, beat of city referenda a* to
uj’Utj’ and eucct-ca. mo2l-l»2S24wia
Doctor Thomson.
Formerly Atbistat.t Forgeon to Pc Novo Ho*r>ltal,
fciiUuMi.rK’, Li-I’OD. Portugal, and Surgeon to Hospj
*nl, Saint Antoine, Saint Pierre, W. 1., lias devoted
<uu:velt t« ti.e trci»tmcut ol contagion* blood diseases
••or more thuh thirty veam. Ten years: practice la Chi
c;."o. 111., has established for him an unprecedented
v-t'iiuvutmr Id curing Scrofula, Erysipelas, uUeuautism,
.-.ixJ blood discatfct, Xcrvou? Debility.
\hc u«o of mercury. The various complicated and
cl,..tn>M-ing diseases,incident to females. treated wllb
••uilneEt Office and Anatomical Museum at
To south Clark street. Post Office Uor W. Df to
•'loslng invents tu pofUge stamps. The
Guide slink be forwarded to any address In tbc United
IjUtes. • iubl.-au*'lst
A Physiological View of Mar
riii^c.
nearly SOn pace*, and ISO fine Plate* and
iiurrfcvJticK'f the Ataiotny of the Sexual Organs lu
h f.dtc ol Heath and :>iMsse, aim a Ttfaase on
;!nf-Abast-, lit Dvj-b rablc Consequence* opsa the
Mind end Bruy, with the Author's plan cl Treatment
—the only rational aud successful mod: of cure,as
>howrr by the report of e*«e* ire ated* A truthmJ
u.irtstr to the married, and those contemplating
inanlt-cc, who entertain doubts of their physical
condition. Bent fm* or postage to any adort»a,ou
.•■cflpt of 25 cc r tfc,lnstnm:•*or Dofal cumncy.by
fc-J;r«?slncD r . LA CUDIX, No. 81 Malden Xene.Af
p.-v, nY. * , feaa-naxaui-a
tttttr Wye I Xialr Dj eU
JAtHfiLOtracUelirated HAIB OYKZ* TE»MW
me w.*p,LO. The oiily Hacblboi*. Tuna aud Rbu-
A3LB Dye kttoau. This epbmdid Hair Dye U Perfect
-c»m Bed. Bnety or Grey Hair iostanUy,tpa
r-uDfbf t-Lara or NaTCaat HEOWK.wllhout Iniunu*
lac ilua or Stalnlur the Sian, leaving the HalrSott
. 2d B- sotmn; ImpamTresh vUaMty, frequetvUy tes
• r lt» firfstlui' color, and rnctiflcn the in ene«lf ol
Has flyex. TUt Genulu*- if Blcued Wittiast A. B*Ca
ill ott'erf are mere inrnatlons. and atouM be
v. Sold by all Dnur/rfst*. S*c.
ii'.pjy York. ivwW^-IT.
2To Sltrljitcrts.
OF COiLMEHCE.
Plans for Nctt Building.
Arclmcc-.* ara m tiled to Itambb flans for a bull din*
u> itcvrc-ctcd lor tbe** Chavuer of Commerce ofthf
or Cmcioo,” qfon a lot,corner Washington and
Lasts lie Ptieet*. or dirarfulonsand position aa follow*:
Lot USxiFO. bounded ontlic north by Washier ton street
Court House Square—os n.,'«re6t by Lasalle
-Muft—tßo m. south by an alicy—23 fu east by a court
of son., reserved ror access and light to the bulldine.
"Uic-buldintt to occupy the entire tot.
Thvcoriforailottieentitled to five feet area on tbc
vtonh. vest and west tides.
BASEMENT.
T«l«e*offlclently elevated to be well UrhtetLandtc
‘r 1 . 0 oiJlft.'d intodoslrubte offices for Commercial and
iiaiklnr purpose*.
FIRST FLOOR,
SECOND FLOOR,
iJCTVOf ueHoard.alia DirectorsßxituT^TbehelSt oi
the luulu h&U Bill be sufficient to admit of Uiiriflfwft
of officer, above the second floor offices, whieh win h»
.-required lor Committee, Inswjcww aud store Room*
TlivixialUQD of second floor office* may he made tub
servient inconvenience of entrance ana bertuannts-*
ol ouln hall. The soperstmexure to be orltiiaoi*
-JEftrmc, or of prcaecd brick, or of b w tiicosibloed.toeu
Toot, t»o dome.
Tlic Board desire to erect a baildlns somewhat cco
djornlcal or elaborate style, but durable Id material sac
’~wor«tnausbl(i ( wmi mont approved aystem or veatUs
lion. Ugliling and drainage, with ammecmeoii • foi
•Jheatlnc with steam or water. 30 feet nndor cotut 01
•east sice, and nulfr i-IdeualWfon Wcfibin-ioa and L&
.•jjillc streets to be available for coal and water closets
Costof IraiidlnnrronitlW.O'italJOO.O'TO, Plans to b»
-.drawn on « *»lc Gcoun-trlcal •■rawing, not colored
.'secomnanlcd with mu explanations. Estimates reps
■nit for«*eb partof the ineebanicaTworb reflnlred iot
••Uie erection and completion of the holldioff to be eo
..closedlo »lie Chairman of the UalUllrc Committee,
-which wtll be opened at noon on the day OF
->tAYnext.£l,ouo(Obe paid for the plans adapted
“Worldnr plans and ceoeral architectural acrrlcne, foi
of bnildloe to be a matter of after ar
i ‘tinnement.
Any farther Infonuatloa will be furnished on apnl>
Oallou to the Chairman of the Coajinitt-e.
* DAKII x THOMSON, Chairman.
JNO. L. HANCOCK,
r.J.BSONW-V,
GBO. F. KUMSfiY.
jinGii McLennan,
Boudin? Oommtnee.
Clucafo, March 19lh, 1861: mI»2Aa>JS-Sw
~T VALUABLE BUSINESS PRO
V PEBTTTOB 64LE. ~ „ , _
Mrlotstsoatb-esitrorarrof Randolph and w*
bash. 48 feet on Wobaeb,au on Randolph. Capita
loc»Uor. (or » firtuclM. wEoluMle .tore. Term, o
euT. £. C. LAKNEDi
corutr Utarbona Kat»
aolob gtreeli- feSi-vgO-SiH
KING & CO.,
imBEB BBOKEBS,
Office 242 South Water-Bt., dost of Praoklin.)
muMcce-im
linseed oil.
10 a “ , 1“
rnhM-b4&3l 2u» south Waterwt* Room No. 4.
Sanfefng atm Sicfjangt.
Richard J
Sterrrmn, of Buffalo, Benjamin F.Jerns, Presl
dent of tlic Bank of Garenovift. N. X., raid Boward s.
Kick, of E. 6. Hicb’eßank of Exchange. Buffalo, bare
associated themselves together for the purpose ol
carrying on and transacting the business of
BANKING,
At IQ PISE STREET, In Hit till of Stir Tort.
UJ.DEE tux rum state or
RICH, SHERMAN & CO.,
Will pay particular attention to the Collection ol
Notes, Drafts, and to the purchase and sale
COVEBSMEET SECURITIES
OF ALL KINDS,
Railroad Stocks, Bonds, Gold, &o.
Uutllit. IBM. • B F iKKVra^'
ill; buhl 3 ’
Jj'OURTH NATIONAL BANK
OF CHICAGO.
4 South Clark St., Loomis Bclldlnga.
now prepared to reedre Deposits. Buy and
ocil Etchnpge, ana transact a General Qnsb
BENJAMIN LOHBABD. Pretldont.
Uimu, B. HUTCHINGS IlWu.CMhler.
'J'HUtD NATIONAL BANK
OP CHICAGO.
156 LAKE STREET.
Original and Subscribe! Capital, - . $300,000
JAB. H BOWES, President,
AMOS T. HALL. Vies President.
ZBA HOLMES. Cashier. fe2s-T391-3m
EpIRST NATIONAL BANK
A* OF CHICAGO,
Southwest cor. Lake and Clark-gts.
CAPITAL. ... ,400,000.
E. AIKEN, President,
HA ML. M.NICKEItSON.Vice-Pm't.
£. £. HsAtsizn. Cashier.
fJIBEASUBY DEPARTMENT.
OFFICE OB'
Comptroller of the Currency.
WasHDratox. February lit. ISM.
WBVAXABpby satisfactory evidence presented to the
undersigned, it has been made to appear that The
StCON li National Bank of CHICAGO, in the Count?
ofCOoK and State of ILLINOIS, has been duly or*
gsuited unner ana accordine to the requliemenu of
the act ol Congress, entitled “An Act to provide a
National Currency, secured by a pledge of United
States stocks, and to provide lor the circulation and
redemption thereof/* approved February 2S, IKS, and
has complied with aU the provisions o? said act re*
qnlred to be compiled with before commencing the
business of Banking.
Now, THVSkroa*. L HUGH MCCULLOCH. Comp*
roller of the Currency, do hereby certify that the
: IRCODD National Bank of CHICAGO. County ol
COOK and Slate of ILLINOIS, is authorized to com*
mencethe burines* of Banking under the actatore*
said.
i liTVßTiMOXTWHXEZor.intnessinjhand
seal. 1 and seal of office, this FIRST day of Ffiß*
RCABY.I36I.
[Biened.] HUGH UcCtJXXOCH,
Ka. Comptroller of tie currency.
SECOND NATIONAL DIM
OP CHICAGO.
erccMf.os to
J. A. ELLIS & CO.
We are bow prepared to receive Deposits, buy and
tell Exchange, and transact a General Banking Bnsl
nwa.
He also keep on hand for sale United States lleve
one Stamps, allowing the usual discount on orders for
one hundred dollars and onwards.
Office Northwest comer of Lake and
Clark Streets.
_ J. A. ELLIS, President.
larwn. L TnrxflA*. Cashier.
Chicago, February £tb JS&L tet-wSgSAOt
tork^vaSehoijse
SECUHirr COMPANY.
Office, Ho. 26 Fine street, opposite XT. S. Sub-
Ireasniy Building,
Cash Capital, $1,000,000.
Tbls Company, with a paid up capital of a HALF
MILLION DOLLARS, is sow prepared to transacts
Bunting, Trust, Ajycncy and Commis
sion Business,
And te receive the accounts of WESTERN Batch
bankers, her chants, shippers, and omen
on favorable terms.
J AIso—DEPOSITS upon interest, subject to eight or
aratt*. and will give particular attention to the col
lection, negotiation and disposal at SPECIE and
SECURITIES of every description, and EXCHAN CK.
Also,receive PEODLCE on consignment, for ship
ment. sale or otherwise, and merchandise to be
stored, sold or forwarded, upon an cf which, on their •
receipt, CASH ADVANCES will be made and la
surmnee obtained.
The special attention of merchants throughout the
West is called to the supplying of a great want. In
the establishment of this Company by the parties
who are encased In It— comprising the beat mu
ch ants Jo the City of New Tort, andglnng a degree
of security second to no Institution Incorporated
AU budnesa will receive prompt attention and
every exertion made by active business men com
prising the direction, to give entire satisfaction.
refer*>'Cx is Chicago :
J. E. DUNHAM. Esq.
fi. a. BM3TH. President M. S.L. A T, Company.
W. F. COOLBAUGH A CO.
THEODORE CRANE, Pm.
F. J. OGDEN, fecc* leao.ySS4oa sa r&rg
OAXK OF AMERICA.—PubUo
Notice is hereby given, that an Bills or Clrcnlav
tug Notes of tbe
“BANK OF JJIEBIGi,»
Heretofore Incorporated and dome business la the city
of (*hi Cairo, under the general banking laws oftbcSUte
ornUoou. moft be presented fur payment to the Audi'
tor of Public Account* of aald State, at bli office, la
the city of Springfield, within three years from the
date hereof, or-lhe funds deposited for the redemption
of said notes will be given up to said bank.
Datedlhls3MhdayofMar.A-P.1e61. _
_ GEORGS SMITH, President.
K. W. tfllilßD. Cashier. Jj-26-g2M-tOJ«;7-M
SrgdioDilß.
LAKE STREET. ]_o2.
E. A. HAYT & CO.,
9 surz OPENED A
BBAHCH* HOUSE IN CHICAGO
ros Tgx sixx or
LADIES’ CLOAKS AM) MA.VTILLAS
DEALERS CAN BUT AT THE LOWEST NEW
TORE WHOLESALE PRICES, SAVING FREIGHT
AND OTHER EXPENSES.
THE LATEST PARIS STYLES WILL BE INTRO
DUCED SIMULTANEOUSLY Df NEW YORK AND
CHICAGO.
N. B.—THE CITY TRADE MAT DEPEND ON OB
TAINING ALL THE RICHEST PARIS NOVELTIES
AT THE EARLIEST MOMENT. 361 BROADWAY,
NEW TORE, AND 102 LAKE STREET, CHICAGO.
Tnti3..T?aMmU
pAEWELX, FIELD & CO.,
SUCCESSORS TO
COOLEY, FAEWELE & CO.,
42, 44 And 46 Wabash Ayenne,
IMPORTERS OF
FANCY GOODS,
aim wnoLßSixa dkixxbi or
DRX GOODS,
FOR CASH.
We hare in Store,
OR P.SPRINC TRADE
A VEST LARGS STOCE OF
Sheetingß, Shirtings and Drills,
Stripes and Denims.
- Prints,
F & M Oassimeres,
And Summer Stuff
4pron Checks,'
Bleached Goods,
Delaines,
FRESH EBBING STYLE OF
Dre» Goodsi
Also, a Fall Assortment of
WOOLENS, WHITE GOODS,
NOTKOICS,
hosiery and gloves,
AU of which wIU be «oia u tbs
LOWEST CASH PRICES.
tlo. c imnn to
HflU-an FA *tWELL. FIKLD & CO.
Notice to Shippers.
jyOTICE TO SHIPPERS OF
X ALLOW, MUD, BACOB, POEK, BEEP
*»J> 1
General Western Produce.
The bar F*BT«em,* Arr»sTro» t«
the sale of tbe above arScJee. and CoaalgnieiLa wrS
to them trill be
PBOSFTLT DISPOSED OB
QUICK BETDBKS HUBS,
On vervadTantaeeon* terms. We Iwnt a WEEKLY
PRICE CUBKKKT of the above article*, which we
Tnß.il eum to those pending their addreas to
abeam knight a bons,
de»t»Hai 32 Water toeeti M. V, City.
€l)icagu
THURSDAY, MARCH 81, 18M.
IN LIBBT TEAR’S
BVE, ISGWG4,
’Tie twelve o'clock I Within my prison dreaty—
Mj bead upon my hand—Bitting so weary,
bcanplnc the future, musing upon the past.
Pondering the Sate 1 bat here my lot has cast •
ine hoarse cry of the sen try, pacing hia beat,
" aliens the echoes of the client street:
“AH is well!"
Ah! is Jt go t Mr fellow-captive, tleeplng
Where the barred window strictest watch is keep-
Dreaming of home and wife and prattling child—
Or the sequestered rale, the mountain will—
Tell me. when cruel mom shall break «g*>n,.
W lit them repeat the sentlneTs refrain:
“AUl* well!*
And thou, my country! wounded, pale and Kcad-
Thv children deaf to a fond mother's pleading—
Slabbing with cruel hate the nurturing breast.
To which their infancy In lore was pre/d
Recount thy wrongs, thy many sorrows name:
Then to the nations—if thou canst—proclaim:
“AH is wellr*
the clouds the mm Is slowly break-
ITopc &om her long deep sleep Is awaking;
Speed the time, Father J when the bow of peace.
Spanning the oulf, shall bid the tempest cease—
when to men, c’asping each other by the hand.
Shah ghost a united land;
“Ah is welll”
—F. A. Burrutsoa, CoL 100 th DU Yob.
FROM TENNESSEE.
Waitqatchis, Tens., March 21,1864.
INCLEMENT WEATHER,
A great portion of the 11th army corps lies
perdu in Lookont Valley, under the shadows
of vast mountains and beneath a lieavy'bor
der of snow, which fell the other day to the
depth of sixteen inches, covering tents, huts
and storehouses with Its winterly shroud.
We are consequently show-bound, and shall
soon be mud-bound to a- degree sufficient to
prerentany active movements for manydays
to come. Did any mortal ever kno wor hear
of such severe weather at this season and in
this latitude ? It has been for several days
very raw and cold, but we certainly did not
expect to see such a phenomenon alter the
equinox in the “ snrmy Sonth. 1 * The creeks
and rivers will in a few days be “roaring
fu'” and the correspondingstate of the roads
may by easily imagined. It is gratifying,
however, to know that the troops are all
well sheltered In comfortable huts, which
had only just been completed before the in
clement weather set in. The animals ore of
course exposed.
The Ist brigade of tbc Ist division of .this
corps arrive a from Nashville about ten diva
ago. It is ably commanded by Col Ben),
Harrison of the 70th Ind. vols., and consists
of the lo2d lit. Cob Frank Smith.; the 105 th
IIL, Col Daniel Dustin; the 129 th 111.. Col.
Henry Cose; the 70th Ind. (Col. Harrison’s
regiment,) Major L. Merrill, and the 79tb
Ohio, Col. Kenneth The headquarters of
the brigade and also of the Ist division are
at Wanhatchle Station, in Lookout Valiev,
which has jnst been made into a Post, and
will be a depot for supplies and stores for
the whole command. It is distant from
Chattanooga 7>£ miles, on the Nashville rail
road, and is situate at the junction of that
road with the Trenton railroad leading south
east into Georgia. Spacious buildings for
quartermaster's and commissary stores, and
a large bakerycapable of snpplyiog several
thousand men with daily rations of S'ift- bread
(in contradistinction to hard-tack,) haveheen
completed, and will be in operation to-mor
row. The lact that all this, in addition to
the building o! comfortable quarters for that
whole brigade, has been done since its arrival
from Nashville, sniUclently attests the energy
and capacity of the Colonel commanding and
his stalls and also the skill and industry of
the men.
PREPARATIONS TOR THE STRING CAMPAIGN.
The 11th corps is in command of Major
Gen. Howard, though it seems to be under
stood that Gen. Hooker takes command of
tlds and the 12th corps. The 2d brigade of
the let division is still at Nashville or strong
along the railroad. Brig. Gen. Ward, for
merly of this brigade, commads the Ist di
vision. We arc now la tbefront, and subject
to be ordered into active campaigning at any
mamsnt. Indeed, there are Already some in
dications of early movements. The trans
portation is cut down to from six to eight
wagons to each regiment, and daily inspec
tions of the whole command are held with
a view to ascertain and remedy all deficien
cies, and to place the troops in the best pos
sible condition for prompt forward move
ments when the time comes. These inspec
tions arc of the utmost importance, as they
embrace every department, and take cogni
zance of the smallest as well as the largest
subjects within tbc whole scope of military
operations; and, conducted as they often are
with searching impartiality—they cannot
fail to produce the highest efficiency in every
respect-
An rsjyrU du corps has alread sprung up. and
the soldiers show a zeal and emulation which
shines forth in bright buttons, blacked shoes,
well brushed clothes, and general neatness
ot person, accoutrements and quarters. At a
guard review of the Ist brigade, held a few
days ago, the men and officers were highly
complimented by the reviewing Generali on
their good appearance, and soldlerlr bearing.
Not to be behind in any respect, the xnanUi
cent sum of SI,OOO has been subscribed for
the purchase of a complete set of in
struments for the band, and a com
petent deputation has jnst left for
Cincinnati and Chicago to make the selection.
The members of the hani, ten in number,
have been enlisted with care by 3Er. Sailor,
the leader. We hope to have the best
brigade band in the corps. We think we have
already the best brigade. The insignia of this
corps is the crescent which appears resplend
ent on a“iield of bine” on the soldier's coat
or cap. Other corps Lave other insignia;
but the creseaii of the 11th indicates, at least
derivatively, the iucreaH'W and expansive
power which we claim to nave.
cox* ben/. hakbisok.
Col. Harrison is the grandson of the for
mer President, Win. IJ. Harrison, and is csr
tninly a worthy descendant of an illustrious
ancestor. He is a man of far more than ave
rage intelligence and shrewdness, while his
energy and military capacity arc manifested
by the good condition of big brigade,
and the estimation in which he is held
by his superior officers. In addition to
his duties as acting Brigadier General, he
also has charge of the Post of WauhatcUle
the management and protection (if which
Srorulsrs to bend sinecure, as ItwTllproba
ly form a basis for military operations in
this extensive valley. He issupported by an
active and zealous staff; and it is a remarka
ble and unusual feature at his headquarters
that there is no whisky guzzling with its
attendant boisterous conduct, and drunken
profanity. The Colonel is a moral and relig
ions man after the pattern of Major General
Howard, whose headquarters are equally free
from rollicking: dissipation and improper
language. There arc other Generals and
officers in the corps to whom the above re
marks are by no means applicable. Military
reforms to be effective, must begin in high
quarters. The force of such examples pro-”
duces wonderful results amongsnbordinates,
and the influence for good is felt on every
hand.
CONCENTRATION OF SUPPLIES.
The snow storm was succeeded by a very
cold nlgbt; but the following day was genial
and the snow is now beginning to disappear
In a trash of dirty yellow tears which are
trickling down the wrinkles In the face of old
mother earth. As we ore near to the railroad,
this will not materially interfere with our
preparations, bat will give another Impulse
to river transportation and enable us to
amuse still greater supplies nt Nashville, Chat
tanooga, London, Knoxville, &c.. Its effect
on the rebels cannot be equally beneficial
os they rely solely on wagon and railroad
transportation. Therefore unless there Is an
urgent necessity for on Immediate move
ment, this extraordinary fall of snow will
tend really to onr advantage.
TUB LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN REGION.
Lookout Mountain forms the eastern wall
■of this valley; and Its long ridge extends
nearly on the same elevation for many miles,
until it becomes lost in the hills of Northern
Georgia and Alabama. Wreaths of smoke
daring the day, and circles of flame at night,
indicate the presence of pickets near the
summit of this lofty elevation.. The reserves
are stationed at intervals alongitspreclpltoas
sides. This duty is pertormed by the 78th
Pennsylvania and the Twenty-first Wis
consin V. L, which are stationed
in the village of Summerville on the top of
the mountain. This vraa formerly a favorite
resort daring the hot weather on account of
the cool purity of the mountain air and the
magnificent view obtained of the surrounding
conntiy. The gleaming tents of the ,11th
corps os they He in groups along the valley
ancf the scattered buildings and encampments
at Chattanooga ore here plainly seen and ap
pear about equally distant. The railroad
trains crawl around the base of the huge
mountain like caterpillars. Lookout Creek,
like a green ribbon loosely tics the dork ravines
and the track of the iron horse to the
glorious Tennessee, which waves its wide
bands around the peninsular city, and meets
the waters, of the bloody Cbickamamra at a
distant and lonely bend of itsmajcstlccoursc.
On the right, the blue bills of the Camber
land recede in the fhr distance, and on the
left mountains behind mountains extend bold
outlines to the nearer gaze, and lift their
dark ridges like a wall against the blue sky.
Surely such a land was never made for slaves.
W. H. B.
ExodDß or Gambler* from liontsvflle
Tboy »r« Permitted to Sojourn Nortli
of Ibe Olilo.
[From the Louisville Journal, 29th iust]
On Tuesday night the military authorities
made a descent on the gambling houses of
our city, and somewhat astonished the light
fingered gentry. The plan was well arrang
ed ; a detail of thirty men, divided In squads,
each under command of a commissioned
officer, were quietly stationed in different
portions of the city, and at a designatedmo
ment they made a simultaneous altacknpon
the different gambling hells. The proprietors
of the various establishments had not the re-'
motest idea that the military contemplated
paying them a visit, and the gaming tables
of earni were In full operation. . The surprise
was most complete. The houses were closed,
and the managers reported under guard to
the Provost jMarshal.- He paroled ' them to
appear at his office the next morning. Tes
tt rdov, three cases were Investigated, and the
following named individuals were ordered
north or the Ohio River, to remain dar
ing the war: S. G. Ladd, John B. Payne,
Theodore Camron, L. B. Torrence*. W. Hi
Daniel, F. Fcatherir, Charles Coneier. F,
Kilcy, and A. W. C, waddle. They are "giv
en forty -tight hours to comply with the or
der. At one of the houses a notorious char
acter was arrested, who Was charged with
being iuside of the Federal lines as a rebel
lie is known to have served with Gen.
Longetrett as chief of scouts. He is now
confined in the military prison. The ne&ri
ous schemes of ewirdllng practiced by the
gamblers upon oflicere and soldiers passing
through the city prompted the military au
thorities to turn their attention to their hous
es', and wipe them Irom the city. * It required
vigilance and caution to detect the gamblers
in their swindling operations. In B. Tuttle,
who is winning a proud name for daring, dash
end strategy, as chief of the scouts of the
army of the Cumberland, was ordered to the
city, and it was mainly owing to his efforts
that the eutrte of Tuesday evening was sue
ccfsluL 59
We are authorized to state that the gaming
houses trill not be permitted to reopen in the
city, and an like establishments throughout
the Stale tvill be promptly closed by the
military authorities.
SPEECH OP JEFP SAT2S.
To Bef omcd Prisoners at Biclimondi
Fbends and Fellow-Citizens; {welcome
3 ou to tow native loud.
When I have heard of the sufferings you
Lave endured, and flie Indignities to . willjii
3 ou have been subjected* while helpless pris
oners of cruel captors, my heart has yearned
for Tou-wlth a father’s deep sympathy and af
fectionate solicitude; it has burned with in
dignation at your wrongs; but it it has also
pulsated with unspeakable pride and exulta
tion at the fortitude you hive evinced under
the severest trials, the Integrity you have pre
served amid the most insidious temptations
and the calm trust you have never ceased to
repose in the righteousness of your country’s
cause. [Chccrs.l
A color-bearer among yon, when captured,
secreted his battle flag in his bosom, and
possessed it through a long captivity, until
the prond moment arrived when, standing on
the deck of a Confederate vessel, he gave its
folds, amid the cheers of his comrades, once
more to the light of his native skies. [Ap
plause.] With no less jealous core, through
the longweary months of a vile imprison
ment, yon have kept entwined around your
heart of hearts an unfading love of that sa
cred emblem, and your faithful guardianship
earns for you the admiration of your Govern
ment, and is hailed by the plaudits of tout
countrymen. J
Youhave passed through many bitter trials.
You know there are many more in store for
you. You have followed that flag with unfal
tering steps ou many a bloody field. You will
follow it again with no less enthusiasm, as
each day makes it more precious and sheds a
new radiance on its bright folds. To the
spirit that has carried you forward to so many
heights in the post, will be added the inspira
tion of new wrongs and outrages that will
strengthen yonrarins and nerve your hearts
lo a resistance that nothing can overcome in
the future. Tour brother soldiers have await
ed your coming with painful anxiety. You will
tell them, by the campfires, of the horrors of
yonr long captivity. Yon will contrast roar
sufferings with the generosity with which
their prisoners have been treated at our
hands; and though you harefelt many times,
this broad distinction, you respond to the
sentiments of your comrades at home, that
e must never forget what is due ourselves
as a civilized people, though the enemy have
nothing to claim. Tour words will excite
them to an unconquerable determination.
They will excite you to the highest pitch of
martial enthusiasm by accounts of their glori
ous deeds In your absence. Together yon
will be stimulated to renewed exertions un
til yon plant your banner on the heights of
Southern Independence and deck It with the
fruits and flowers of an enduring peace. [Ap
plause.]
You will find your families suffering less
than you have bein led to suppose. You will
find-much of our territory devastated, but
the people still true to the spirit of *7d, [Ap
plause.] You will find the old State of Vir
ginia bearing her bosom to the storm with
Don heart and eagle eye, defiant as ever.
[Cheers.] Alter a short respite you will be
called again to the front. 1 know you will
come. {Applause.]
May God bless you all
THE SIEGE OF TICKSBURG.
Official Report of Gen. J . E. Johnston.
The Richmond Despatch says
The official report of Gen. Joseph E. John
ston, of-his operations in Mississippi, al
though called lor by Congress on thellth of
December lost, has only made its appearance
in print within the past few days. In referr
ing to it at present It is not for us to attempt
to account for the delay in its publication.
Many of the facts embraced in this report
hare already been Riven to the public in the
synopsis of the correspondence between
Gen. Johnston and the Government authori
ties in Richmond. Passing over these, we
come to the dispatches between Gen. John
ston and Lieut, Gen. Pemberton, with refer
ence to the operations around Vicksburg.
On the 9th of 3lay, Gen. Johnston, then at
Tnllahoroa, received a dispatch from the Sec
retary of War, directing him to proceed at
once to Mississippi and take chief command
of the forces there.
On the 15tb of the eamcmoutb, he received
a dispatch from Gen. Pemberton, dated Vicks
burg, May 12, asking for re-inforccments, as
the enemy, in large force, was moving from
the Mississippi, south of the Big Black, ap
parently in the direction of Edward’s Depot,
and expressing the belief that that point
would be the battle Held if be could forward
sufficient force, leaving enough to secure the
safety of Vicksburg.
On the- loth, Gen. Johnston dispatched
Gen. Pemberton, notifying him of his arrival
at Jackson, Informing him of the occupation
of Clinton by a portion of Grant’s army, and
urged the importance of re-establishing com
munications, ordering him to come up, if
practicable, on Sherman’s rear at once, add
ing, “To beat such a detachment would be
of immense value. The troops here could
co-operate. All the strength you can quickly
assemble should be brought. Time is all im
portant.”
Subsequently, Gen. Johnston ordered Gen.
Pemberton to evacuate Vicksburg, and to
take the road leading to Clinton. This order
was disregarded. In concluding his report,
Gen. Johnston says:
Convinced of the Impossibility of collect
ing a sufficient force to break the Investment
oi Vicksburg, should it be completed—ap
preciating the difficulty of extricating the
garrison, ‘and convinced that .Vicksburg and
Port Hudson had lost most of.their value by
the repeated passage of armed vessels and
transports, 1 ordered the evacuation of both
places: Gen. Gardner did not receive this
order before the investment of Port Hudson,
if at aIL Gen. Pemberton set aside tills or
der, under the advise of a council of war;
and though he had in Vicksburg 8,000 fresh
troops, not demoralized by defeat, decided
that it “was impossible to withdraw the ar
my from this position, with such morale and
material as to he of farther service to the
Confederacy;” but “to hold Vicksburg as
long as possible, with the firm hope that the
Government may yet be able to assist mo in
keeping this obstruction to the enemy’s free
navigation of the Mississippi River.” Vicks
burg was greatly imperiled when my instruc
tions from TuUahoma. to concentrate, were
neglected. It was lost when my orders of
the 13th and 15th of May were disobeyed. To
this loss were added the labor, privations and
certain captures of a gallant army, when my
orders for its evacuation-were set aside.
In this report I hive been compelled to ca
ter into many details, and to make some an
imadversions upon the conduct of Gen. Pem
berton. The one was no pleasant task—the
other a most painful duty; both have been
forced upon me by the official report of Gen.
Pemberton,’ made to the War Department in
stead of me, to whom it was due.
Gen. Pemberton, by direct assertion and by
implication, puts upon me the responsibility
of the movement which led bis army to de
feat at Baker’s Creek and Big Black Bridge
defeats which produced the loss of Vicksburg
aid its army. ~
This statement has been circulated by the
press, in more or less detail, and with more
or less marks of an official character, until
my silence would be almost an acknowledg
ment of the justice of the charge.
Apropcr regard for the good opinion of
my Government liasjmmpclled me, therefore,
to throw aside that delicacy which I would
gladly have observed toward a brother officer
suffering much undeserved obloquy, and to
show that in his abort campaign Gen. Pem
berton made not a' single movement in obe
dience to nay orders, and regarded none of
my instructions, and finaliv, did not embrace
the only opportunity to save his armv—that
given by my order to abandon Vicksburg.
General Grant at Isis Fntlier’s House.
From a well -written biograpliy of General
Grant, in the Ohio State Journal, wc take tbe
following account of General Grant’s visit to
bis father’s bouse, about two weeks since:
On bis way from Wosbimrton,4ast Sabb itb,
he called at the Spencer House, Cincinnati,
about half-past ten in the morning, and sent
bis son across the river to Covington to tell
his father to be at borne, for he would
call as soon as be could take break
fast. In. about half an hour he came
up on foot, And for the first time in
nearly three years, found his father and
mother and three sisters at home. They
sainted' each other very affectionately, and.
convcrscdior a few moments; the neighbors
soon gathered in, and,children who knewhis
children when lost there, and* some soldiers
also, who said to him they “knew him on
the battle-field.” He answered all questions
that were asked him in brief sentences,.as
his manner Is, and did not lead in any con
versation; and, I think, did not smile'while
in the house. He pulled out his watch on
coming in, and looked, and said he had only
Jijtecn minute* to stay;-looked again and said
he must go, and started ofll 'I walked with
him, and stud t# him: “Some call Sherman’s
test move a failure.” He said, with some
animation: il lt Kenan entire andcornpjtt* *>ic
and accomplished according to hi* Instruc
tions,” I made, in the conversation, some
slight allusion to political subjects. He did
not seem to wish to talk about it—said “ be
knew nothing about it, and should have
nothing to do with it” Wliile at the house
of his lather, some one of the family brought
a costly sword that bad been presented to
him. He turned his eye to It, and said "ht
hadenovgh mo>vmsTT£R than that.” He did
not seem to think much of such things.
It has been said that he drank- to intoxica
tion. It is in my opinion quite untrue. -He
has no such appearance, and his father says
he feels very sure he has not drank a •Iroo'of
liquor in ten years, except a small quantity on
one occasion, by order of aphyslcian.
Eben Newton*.
Tlie C( Contentcd Slaves/)
- Tho Richmond Dispatch explodes a favorite
argument of the slaveholders, in the follow
log paragraph:
Yesterday morning, a negro named Ned,
belonging to the estate of Michael Nowlan,
was arrested by officer Green, charged with
persuading Davy, slave of Dr. O. R. Early,
of this clty, to escape to the Yankees. Hard
ly a day passes by, that some negro Is not
arrested on a similar chaige, and tbe severest
penalties of the law should be Inflicted upon
each ofiender, when tho evidence la of such
a character »a to justify it.
3StlttDDolS.
PEMOVAL.—J. Xednc, late of
Xi; Lcdac ft Gibbs, bat removed to
211 South Water Street, tup-ataits),
Where be will continue la the same bnslneat— buying
and senior all sorts ot produce on commission.
m127-WK-Smls
removal.
FAt*CO & BILL,
Bare removed from (t Lake street to their new
DOUBLE STOKE,
£tos. 48 & 50 Wabash Avenue,
Nett south of Cooley, rarwsU ft Co. '
tt« iisve largely Increased on? (aeifltisf for man*
fkciunng our celebrated M
K.IP AND CALF WARRANTED
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Having nlao received & large and veil selected
Block oi desirable goods for the
SPRING TRADE,
Wetnvltethe attention of all Dealers In BOOTS sad
SHOES to an examination of the same. We continue
the CASS Si STEM, and know that no tim* House,
East or West, can compete with ns.
feift-was-hn _ FASGO ft BILL.
23usiurss (Earns.
Lb. dixojv,
• ARC H ITEM,
Formerly of Bureau of Construction, Trcas. Deu't.
Office, No. 15 Tort hind Block, Chicago.
RsFiax-vcEa:—Col. A.K. Bowman, Supt. West Point,
N. T.; A- B. Voting Esq., Intfc Snpt. Arch. Treav Dept.;
Luther Haws, Lw;., Collector at Chicago; Uoula ft
Cro., Grocer*. 130 south Water street, Chicago. ■
mIiZD-attiT-yotis
mHE mutual life istsur.
X AKCJt rO- of New Fork. F. s. Wine ton, Preef*
dent. Cash Assets. February Ist, IBM,
O.CHOKKHITE, General Agent for North era and
Oectra miinoia. No. fi Clark it. Chicago. lell-cBSA •
QURVEYES'G AND K’s'GLN.EER-
Ij IKO.
SAMUEI e, 6EEEIEY, City Sarreyor,
Licensed by tbe Board of pnbllc Works, neder the
proriiions of the city Charter. Office, 8S Dearborn
street, first floor. mhl-vSSHai
gHEKMXN, COOLEY & CO.,
RECEIVERS OF niGHWIXES,
Orders from ibe country jr cu>. tor anr ouooticv
promptly ailed, at market rates.
feSD-TH-Sm office. «R LasaVlo-st., Chicago, HU
#oi tlje jilting.
J^TOTICE.
Bounty Still Paid by the V. 8.
Naty.
By act of Congress, the U. 8. Nary will hereafter re*
reive recruits to servo for two yearn, and pay a bounty
of three months pay, also an advance of two mouths,
making in the aggregate from forty-two to fifty
four dollars. This wrvice Is conceded by afl to be
the most desirable In which a roan can enter. Nomarch
lug, tneala at regular hours, with good quartervon
board ship, and the best medical attendance when sick.
Thbi bonntv will be paid until April Ist. Apply at the
U. s. N aval Rendezvous
Rorthweat cor. of Hortb Clark and Kortß Water
Sueeta, Clucago, Hi,
JOHN D. H&BTY,
Acting Master U. 8. Navy, Commanding Reodetvoai.
ST 1 Good Recruiting Agents are wanted in all towai
and villages, to whom good pay will be given. Address
as above.
Copartncis^lp.
finn of N.
K. FATRBANK ft CO. is this day dissolved hr
mutual consent N. K. Pairhauk will continue the
boslness and is authorized to use the name of the firm
lU liquidation. N. K. FA.IUOANK.
M , W. U. MURRAY.
Chicago. March 56, ISM. mh2r-bsn-6t
THE CO-PA BTNEK SHIP
X heretofore existing between the subscribers,
under the firm of ‘‘TllOs. B. MORRIS A Co ."is this
day dissolved, Mr. F. W. retiring from the
badness.
E. T. Lnsak or T. B. Morris will use the name of
the Arm In liquidation. F. W, LASAK,
Chicago, Feb. 1,1861. E. F LASAIv.
TUOS. B. MORRIS.
The undersigned have this day associated them*
selrca together* under the name of
LASAK & MORRIS,
And will conduct basinet* of the same kind, and la
the same manner as heretofore conJncted by Ttios.
B. Morris & Co. E.F.LASAK.
Chicago. Feb. 1,1364, GEO. W. LASAK,
gJdS-bfflMw THOS. B. 310RB&.
Scales-
FAIRBANKS’ STANDARD
SCALES,
/ly- 1 * OP ALL SIZES,
Fairbanks, Greenleaf A Co,,
in LAKE-ST., CHICAGO.
seS-mtST-ly
fHtsrcUcincous.
TTEADQTJARTERS DEPART
XX MSNT OP THE CUMBERLAND
Ornra Chief Commis?aey op simsisTEjrc*, I
CUiTTjLSOooA Tenn.. March Ith, ISW. j
PROPOSALS.
Staler! proposals ure Invited till 3lh of April, IS6I, fo;
furnishing the ?üb#i*tence Department with four tiers
sand (1.0C«J) head of Beef Cnttleon the hoof.
The Cattle to be delivered at B'ashvlUe, Term., atM
welched on the scale* and the weight so determined «
t>c the purchase weight.
The Cattle required most average at least eleven hoc
ured and fifty (1,150) pounds, and no animal will be an
mined welshing lets than one thousand (l«000> pound
grose. A rlsld inspection will be made breach personi
as the Government may direct arcach delivery. Bolls
Stags, Heifers and Cows not wanted.
A bond with pood and sufficient security will he rt
qclred for the faithful performance of the contract.
The time of the delivery of Cattle will be fifteen day:
alter signing the contract, and one thousand (1.0UO) m
week will bo required till the. contract la completed.
Bids directed to Lieut. Col. A. V. Porter, Chief C. 6
Department of the Cumberland. >'aahvil!e. Teon., anr
to be endorse! proposal# for furnishing Beef Cattle.
An oath of alleslance must accompany each bid. an.
no bid trill be entertained when the bidder is not pres
ent to respond. Payments will be made in certificate
of Indebtedness.
Fonu of Ru>.—l do hereby propose to turniah th t
V. S. Subsistence Department with four thousand (1,003
head of Beef Cattle on the hoof, in strict accordant*
with conditions of the enclosed adrertisemant, to bt
delivered at Nashville, Tcna., for the sum ot —— p«
hnndred pounds gross welghc I offer as security U
ny contract the names • of , of county
tnte_of T>c - r: . i J
tiihliftsawu Licet. Col, aad CUieS *C. S« P.*oTC.
PROCTER & GAMBLE
24 West Second Street,
CINCINNATI,
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers In
STAR CAA'I»JL.ES, LJJCD OIL,
GERMAN SOAP,
Pearl Starch, Fancy Scans, &c,
CANDLES SOLD ST ACTUAL WEIGHT.
pF"Tbe well known article of “Mottled” German
Swap continues to be made of standard quality, the
most reliable Family Soap In the market. He public
are cautioned against Imitations of this brand*
mL»blsM2t *
(PAVALEY HOESE3.—Cavalry
Horses will be purchased at
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS,
In open market, for thirty days, commencing April
First, IS6I, at
£l3O per Horse .
For each ahd every Horse passing this Inspection.
Sound, not lesUbantlTC (5) nor more than nine (9)
years old,from lonrtcen and one-half (HHlto sixteen
UO.hands high, of eulllclent breadth and bone for cav
airy service; brtdle-wu©, in good fleth. free from all
delects, ami subject to a rigid Inspection bytheoffl
ce« o» inspection for Cavalry Bureau*
Payments will be made in checks on the Treasury
of the united States for certificates of indebtedness,
A r lots of not lets than eight horses.
By order obChlef Q. M. of Cavalry Bureau.
VfWS . - J. A. POTTER,
tDh29-tKUQ-!Ct Captain and Depot Quai term aster.
H. & L. LAPLI2T,
iVBAPPHC. FEINTING & MTRG PAPERS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
4S & 44 STATE STREET,
Opposite City Hotel, Chicago.-
CASS PAID FOkV'BAGS.
O. n LAVUr. • L, LAFLIX. ‘ : 3. G. DAT,
mh2M)23S2m
SHAWMUT WIRE WORKS,
BOSTON, SLVS3.
FAHBAE, FOLUETI & CO.; Proprietors.
ifatafacturere of oil descriptions of IRON WIRE,
TELEGRaPH WIRE, Ac* which they offer for sole
at the lowest market prices.
_ Also, extensive Importers of TIN PLATES, SHEET
IRON, &c _ mhS-hrar-iw
M akk^e Y-S filtering
XtJ. GLOBE CISTERN, Patented March Rta.lW.
This cistern Is tout in tbe ground, of brick and ce*.
mem mortar. Thelower partis ora globular form,
with a water-chamber dlreeUr above, of canal capacity
with the globe. The FILTER consists of savp, cnan
cojLand B&icx, and Us surface is equal to the circum
ference of the water-chamber. * '
ThlaClttcrn!* preferred before all others,from the
Tact that the water is clsauzs andpcnnaiban any
other cistern water—fit lor drinking, fhraQy use, or
any other purpose desired. These Cisterns arc not
Uablo to crack, as others are. and may not need re
pairing la a life-time. The chamber can be cleaned
out In a few minutes, and the globe be {Oil of altered
water at the same time. . A
Built any size required. Those wishing to purchase
rights can address PHILEMON BARKLEY, •
Canton, Felton County, Illinois. ■
To be fotmd at tbe Adams House until further no*
lice, mh3l.bijs.im
UN IT E D. S T A TE S MAR
SHALL'S SALE IN ADMIRALTY.—Bv virtue
oi twelve writs of sale by the Hon. Samuel R. Treat,
Judge oi the United States District Court for the
Southern District of Illinois, in admiralty, dated on
theldthnndSistof March, A. D.ISBJ, will be sold at
public sale, to the highest and best bidder for cash, at
Cairo, in said District, on tbe 7th and Bth day of April
A.D.l£C4,the following described property, to-wlt:
202 hales pf cotton, a - largo lot of sugar, whlskv.
brandy, dry goods, lumber, tar, &e., Ac., the soma
having been ordered bv the Conn to be sold.
-. _,, D.L. PHILLIPS, Us.Marshal.
Springfield, 111.. March 21, ISM. mh23-bI4S-iofi
HUMAN FRAILTyToR phy
siological researches, should db read
by everybody. It treats on. and shows bow, the
evil results arising from early abuse and unhappv
contamination may be subverted, with a sore metnod
ol dispelling the misgivings many experience in en>
tering the marriage state. Boldov Dn, H.A.BAR
BOB, 194 Blceeker street, New York. Price. Li
cents, stalled free everywhere. To be btdalso of
H. SCOVIL. 78 Randolph street, Chicago,llL: also ol
BIMONFAN A COLBURN, corner Main and Wash
ington streets, Peoria, 111. de3(-tO7-iy
QPLEKDID RESIDENCE PROP
-13 ERTY FOR SALE.—We have 113 feet on Peoria
street to a comer, and 83 feet on Sangamon street,
also to a corner, which we will sell cheap. We also
have residences 303 and SW Sangamon street, and the
house and croands 305 Peoria street, (this is one of the
beat places on tho West Side,) which wc win rent to
good tenants at reasonable rates. Apply to BAL
LARD & C0..H6 Market-fit. mhJO-bSIWt
QBANQES AND LEaIONS,
U 800 BOWES
Just received direct from importers. Cash orders
jrem the trade solicited. A. C- HOESTIS.
Fti Wsjne, Indiana, March%,lSM. ml£e-bUS4W
JRcDicmai.
rrAYE YOTJ A COUGH?--Use
XX nn.». JATSJE3* ESPECTOE ASTT at Qtre. It
may save yon from Cooramplioa. It wilt certainly
core the mo?t Inveterate Contba and Colds.
L'uresuti bronchia* t >
Then trj Jatjte’s Expectorant, It will Bubdae*lhe
tafatnmation, relieve the cough, p:tla and dJfflcolty of
ureaiitlcg, sod produce a speed? core.
Jiarfyov AH&nwt
JAT3f*’-sEipector*ntwill overcome the spasmodic
co&trsotoDor the wind tubes or air vessels, and cause
U t ejection of the mucus which clogs them.
Hatepou
By taking two or three largo doses of Jarwa's Kx
ptctorsct Id quick succession, and covering up warm*
ly In bed, the disease win be subdued et the outset.
Hnteyou Conmmptiont
Jayme’s Hxpector«nt will giro *on ‘mraedlste re*
Itcf. It cleanses the longs from all Irritating' matters,
V'l e W heals end invigorates them. Thonsands-who
have been given up by their physicians have been re
stored to health by Its use.
Whooping CQ’tQhy C'jvrrp, cad oil diseases efthg
Langs OT Breast, are effectually and speedily cored by
Jatne's Expectorant. It la no new remedy. Forthlrty
years It has been befbre the public, the demand for It
constantly increasing, and the evidence of Its great
curative powers accumulating In our hand*. Why not
giveUatrtal? ...
Ibis Expectorant and aH'of Dr. D. Jatxe ft SoVi
Family Medicines are sold In Chicago br Messrs. FDL
LE7C. FINCH ft FULLER: F. ft H. if. HOOKER;
LOBD ft SMITH? and BURNHAM ft SMITH, and by
Druggists everywhere.
BILIOUS AFFECTIONS,
LIVER COMPLAINTS,
SICK HEADACHE, DYSPEPSIA, Ac.
■ JAYKE’3 SANATIVE PHIS,
A MILD, PROMPT AND EFFECTIVE REMEDY.
There la scarcely any disease In which purgative
medicines arc not required: and much riekneis and
inhering might be prevented were they more gsner
ai/ csea No person can, feel well while a coritive
<%blt of body prevails; besides. It soon generates so
ribas andon*D fatal disease?, which might bo avoided
by timely and jncicloos use of proper Cathartic med
icines.
Convinced of the correctness of these views,
JAYNE’S SANATIVE PILLS
Are recommended with the greatest confidence, ex
perience having demonstrated them to be far superior
to any other in use, being more mild, prompt, safe and
uniform in th-lr operation. While using tnem no par
ticular care is required, and patients may eat and
dnnk as usual. Aee will not Impair them, as they are
so combined as to always readily dissolve the stom
ach. In email doses they are alterative and gently
laxative, bnt In largo doses are a'■lively cathartic,
cieasslag the whole alimentary canal from all putrid!
Irritating and feral matters.
For Dyspepsia, these Pills are really an invaluable
article, gradual!} changing the vitiated secretions of
the Stomach and Liver, and producing healthy action
In those Important organa. In cases of lons standing,
a cure will be more speedilv effected by using, lo con
junction with the Pula ..either Jayhe's Alterative
or Tcj»ro Vzemlfuoz, according to directions.
For Liver Compladtt, Gout, Jathtdicb. Amo-
TIOS9 OP TDK BLADDER AM) KIDXETS, FEVERS, N*S
topsne£B, Disease op the Skin, Impurity of toe
Blood. Sick Headache, Cositivemesb, Piles, Fe
male Diseases, am) Biliou • Affections, these Pills
have proved themselves eminently successful. All
that Is asked lor them Is a fair trial.
- The Panatlve Pills are prepared only by Dr. D.
JAYNE ft BON, Philadelphia, and are sold by Drug
gists everywhere. mh3«-bS39*St tss saatv
Good News for the Unfortunate!
THE LONG Eovonx FOB
Discovered at Last.
( F&o\f sTHßiiu
VO NJ E AYS^
CHEROKEE REMEDY
and
Cherokee Injection,
Compounded from Boot*, Barks and Leaves,
CHEROKEE BFMIDY, the great Indian Diuretic,
Curia all diseases o( the artnary organa, such *•» In*
continence 01 ttm Urine, Inflammation of the Bladder.
Inflammation of the Kidneys. Stone la the Bimder.
Stricture, Gravel. and Chronic Diseases, antVta esr>®-
daily recommended in those esses of Floor Albns, ffot
"Whitei In fimaiesj where all the old nauseous niedl
olnes bare fajlec.
tZT It Is prepared in a highly concentrated form,
the acne only being from one to two teaspoonaftu
three times per day.
. tW~It la diuretic nod alterative in its action • purl
fylup and cleansing the blood, causing it to flow in
all of Its original purity and vizor; thus removing
from the system ail pernicious causes which have In
duced disease <■
CHEROKEE INJECTION la Intended as at
ally or assistant to the CUEKOKEK KKJJEO V, and
should he rued la conjuctlon with that medicine lo
all cases cf Chronic Diseases,Fluor Albnsor White*
Its effects ate healing, soothing and demulcent: re
moving all scalding, heat ana pain. Instead of the
burning and almost unendurable path that ts experi
enced with nearly all the cheap ouack Infections.
rp-By the use of the tHEKOKEE REMEDY amd
CHEROKEE INJECTION—the two medicines at the
same tiff e—ell improper discharges are removed, and
the weakened organs are speedily restored to fall
vigor and strength.
re- Trier, Cherokee Remedy, $1 psrbottle, or three
bottle* tor tS.
X3T Price. Cherokee Injection, $3 per bottle, or
three bottles for $5.
ear sent by Express to any address on receipt oi
P tir For fan particulars (ret oar pamphlet fro a any
drne store In the country, or write ns and we will
mall free to any address, a foil treatise.
All attch orders most bp s»nt to c. A. COOK, Chica
go, onr General Affenl tor the West.
Sold by all Druggists everywhere.
C, A. COOK, CmOiOo, General Agent for the
States of Illinois, lowa, Wisconsin, Michigan and la-
Indiana.
Dr, W. E- DLEEWOT & CO.,
Sols Pnopbibtobs,
Ko M Liberty street, Kew Pork.
THE GREA.T
INDIAN MEDICINE,
COUPOU.VDID FBOM
• Roots, Barks and Lcarcs.
Cherokee Cure!
An unfailing cure for Seminal Weakness, Nocturnal
Emissions, and numerous diseases; such as Loss of
Memory, Universal Lassitude. Palos in the Back,
Dimness of Vislcn.Pretnatnrc Old Age, WeakServcn
Difficulty of Breathing, Trembling. WakefUlnes*.
Hrnpllons on the Face. Pale Countenance. Insanity,
Consumption, and alt the direful complaints caused
by departing from the path of nature.
C2T This medicine la a simple vegetable extract,
and one on which all can rely, as It has been used It
oar practice for many years, and with thousands
treated, it has not failed Inn single Instance. Its cu
rative powers have been sufficient to gain victors
over the nio»t stubborn case.
ESr* To those who have trilled with their constlto
lion,-until they think themselves beyond the read
of mcd'cal aid, we would say. Dcstaib not! the
CUEBOaEE CUBE will restore you to health and
.vigor, and after ail quack a actors have fal’ed]
B2T Price, Jdper bottle, or three bottles for «5, ana
forwarded by Kxprets to all parts of the world.
{3T For full particulars, gee a Circular from anj
Drue Store in the countrv.or wri'e to the Agent, wbc
will mall free to any one desiring the same, a full trea
tise in pamphlet form.
All such orders mast be sent to C, A. COOK. Cbl
csco.oarGencralAeentlorthe West.
Bold by all Druggists everywhere.
O. A. COOS,
CHICAGO,
General Agent for the States of Illinois, Ibwa, Wis
consin, Michigan and Indiana*.
I>K. W. B. BBEKWIN Sc GO..
•, SOU P&OPSXXTOBB,
No. 59 Liberty street. New York.
Sold at Wholesale la Chicago by
FULLER,FINCH & FULLEB..LOBU & SMITH.
BURNHAM * SMITH W, D. HARRIS & CO.
SMITH & DWYER, H. SCOVILL.
J. UOKUHKLD.
Atrctallbyall Drnggttta in the city and throughout
the country* ]aSO-u&&6m-SAT-TUArn eow
SSoiaritja ‘rttnnarij ISittcrs;
Q.REENBACES ARE GOOD,
RQBACK’S ARE BETTER."
Boback’s Stomach Bitters.
Boback’s Stomach Bitters.
Boback’s Stomach Bitters.
Used by Everybody.
Used by Everybody.
Used by Everybody.
Used by Everybody.
For all Bilious Diseases.
For all Bilious Diseases.
For all Bilious Diseases.
For all Bilious Diseases.
The best Tonic in the World,
ffhe best Tonic in the World,
The best Tonic in the World,
The best Tonic in tbe World
DR. C. TV, BOBACK, Proprietor, Cin., O.
mb22-bTMy- T-TASAIa -
SEbucational.
TlffßS. N, P. WILTJS IS PRE-
XtJL PARED to receive & few
ADDITIONAL PUPILS,
Between the aces of 3 and W years, to educate with her
daughters at Idlewild. Address Moodna, Orange
Cotmty, New Fork. mh3-v7S52m Tc.Taaa la
PREPARATORY DEPART-
L MEST OF
LAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY.
Tbe next term of this Institution will commence on
MONDAY, April lith, and contlane for twelve weeks.
Full information may be obtained from
M. it. BUTLER, A. M„ Principal, Lake Forest.
PETER PAGE. Secretary, Chicago.
Board of DraxcToES - Rev. 2. M. Humphry, Chi
cago; hcv. R. W. Pattersoo. D D., Chicago; Rev
Arthur Swarv Chicago; Rev. H. E.Secly,Esq.,Chl
caro; Hon. H. M. Thompson, Lake 1 orcst.
Chicago, March 23. ISM. mb2t-b366-10t tii SA&rr
Uoots anb ®?ljoes. __
1564.~ SFKIAr(3 TRADE
RAV/SON & BARTLETT,
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in
BOOTS & SHOES,
30 Lakc*St., Cliicasro, 111,
We have now on hand a very large and well selected
jteck of Spring Goods of the very beat manufacture,
and of anterior quality to those usually ottered lr
our purchases in Dxcxxuib, 1563, to
the coming season, prior to the recent advances, wf
believe we can offer ottswh nmnagsooiTa to Cam
Btrrxna, visiting this market.
we continue to make extra BIZE3 and GOO®
GOODS oar SPECIAL ITT. feSI.TOLSmIs
■\TOTICE. —Whereas, my wife,
X.V JULIA, having left my bed and board without
just cause or provocation, this is to notify all persons
acatnst harboring or trusting her on my account, as
I will pay no debts of her contracting.
DAVID EDWARDS.
Jefferson,HL.March 19th IS&U mh&bU3-lw
ggOTinutssUm 'fflEtri)antg
ITAKMERS ANX)
X OTEEBS WHO . . I •
HAVE FOR SALE,
Corn,
Wheat,
JtSye,
Barley,
Flom*,
Beef,
Pork,
Lard,
TALLOW, BIDES, SEEDS, WOOL, CATTLE
AST) DOCS, it., it.,
And who wCI consign such and all other
CCUNTitY PRODUCE
TO
DESTER& TROWBRIDGE,
Commission merchants, 242 South
Water Street, Chicago, * *
Win have Bales made at the HIGHEST MARKET
PRICES, or can have the same shipped to Eastern
markets, and receive prompt and fall cash returns.
Advances made on consignment* when desired.
Raving; several thousand carrels of storage room
connected with our office, we can give personal care
and attention to zdl couylgmn ents required tobe stored
for better markets or shipment.
Orders for the purchase of any kind ot goods win re
ceive prompt attention; the articles selected with care
and vse crunch Judcmtntas oor long experience has
given, and the same forwarded with dispatch.
DEXTER ft TROWBRIDGE.
Chicago, March 29,1561. mh29-bS9-2w
JJOPPOCK, ~GLEKiT~ &CO.,
JOBBERS OT
GROCERIES,
AND
tO3IMISSI«.\ MEKCIU.\TS,
Marble Stores, IS and 20 Tesej street,
(Adjoining Astor House and opp. St. Paul’s Churchy
New York City.
Moses A. Hoppock, late of Hoppock, Garbult ft Co.
James K. clem?, lato of Cincinnati, Ohio.
Augustus A. Comstock, late with Gaibutt, Black ft
Hendricks.
L. B. Otis ft Co., Chicago.
H. ft A. Keep. *• mb!La!7l-lw
Q. EOR G E M. HOW
(Late SHACKFOHD & HOW.) ‘
Commission Merchant,
OFFICE Ko* 1,46 Lasalle Street, Chicago.
Prompt personal attention paid to the sale and
furchnse oi Grain, Flour. Provisions Seeds, Hides,
iveStock, Salt, Lumber, ftc. Boferto the principal
merchams and bankers of the city. mh2s-ui72-2m
MAPLE & CO.,
coaxmssiON kiehchants,
210 South Water street. Chicago.
T, maple. [mh23-h237-lm] J.z. maple.
rp MAPLE & CO.,
COMSSIOX MERCHANTS,
City Buildings, 10 South Commercial-at., St. LooU, Mo
t. uatle. [mh3i-b23S Im] j. g. aiiPtE,
CHNNEY, LYONS & Co7]Sqo-
X ceet.on to Hording & Hall,) dealer* ta SHIP
CHANLLEHT, Gi ecerles and Provisions, Tarred and
.Manilla cordage. Pitch, Tar and Oakum, Paint*. Oils.
"While Lend, Ciiuvas. Blocks, etc.
lUJ South Water street* Chicago*
oeo. c.riNKar. sakizz. ltoks. s. a. oibbs.
mhl-vCiC-Sm
OBER, ATWATER & GO,,
GENERAL COMMISSION AND
FOBH'ABDING MERCHANTS}
S3 Natchez street. New Orleans, La.
Albert O Ours* ffßAXKb.ATWAtxßjNewOrlean*.
R. P. Obsb di Co , Sc. Louts. rel£*wSl3-3m
itlcbirinal.
J}R. JOHN L. LYON’S
FRENCH
PERIODICAL DROPS,
Are the only known remedy that will successfully
and Invariably restore and regulate the female sys
tem, removing all Irregularities and producing health
vigor and strength.
Lvon’s Periodical Drops
Are a fluid preparation, the only one of-the kind
ever discovered la this country, and acts directly os
the parts affected, whilst Pills and Powders can only
reach them as they work through sympathy, bat not
u all direct aod positive. Are yoastuferlmt from a
constant anxiety for the regular recam of nature’*
prescribed laws r Give yourself no uneasiness, for
Lyon’s Periodical Drops, if taken a day or two.before
the expected period, will positively and. Invariably
mnlaie Its coming, as sore as effect tollows cause,
as certain m daylight fellows darkness. Areyoa sick,
or enfeebled by disease.
Lyon’s Periodical Drops
Come to you as a bleeeing, and trill save you mush
peril and many bonra of Fullering. Hare you been
amicted foi many rears with complaints incident to
the sex, that have battled the sklllof physicians, and
are harrying you on to an early grave ?
Lyon’s Periodical Drops
Arc the most reliable regulator ever known, and
cure. llkejnoclc, all those Irregularities that have do*
tied the doctors skill. Will you waste away with Buf
fering from Leucorrhea, Prolapsus, Dysmenorhea, and
a thousand other difficulties, all summed up under the
name of suppressed and obstructed nature, when an
uvestment ol one dollar In
Ivon’s Periodical Drops
. Wfll sorely safe you? Do not t»e the Drops when
forbidden In (be directions, for U taken
Lyon’s Periodical Drops
Cannot barm the most delicate constitution at any
time, yet the proprietors wish to guard against lt«
misuse.
Lvon’s Periodical Drops
The never failing female regulator, is 'for sale by
every Druggist, In both city and country, and do not.
If you value your health, and wl*b for a reliable medl
cine, buy any other. Takenoother: but If the Drug
gist to whom yon apply has not got It, make him send'
and get It for yon.
C, G. CLARK & CO.,
NEW HAVEN, CONNECTICUT, PBOPIUETOES.
LORD A SMITH,
j3 Lake street. Chicago, General Western Agents.
fficbrnn Bitters.
J}E. JOHN BULL’S
COMPOUND
CEDRON BITTERS
His latest and Most Important Discovery of
tne lstn Century,
•»No man's nana is more intimately connected with
ic history ot me Matena Meoica of ite U alteu States,
stmoreVvorably tnowaaan pioneer la meulcM cU
havery t£ao mat of l>r. JOIIX BULL, ot Louisville,
£y. His Inimitable preparation cf SawaprtUa, Lae
Lock stood at the teao or the various compounds of
that valuable drag. HU Cotnconnd of Wild Cnerrj
aas become a t-oosehold word throughout the Wear
»nc Bcnth, and hia Lozenges,in lesstSanaysai
tfieriieiri-nroanctloa attained a reputaoo-s as *.V.e
jprea tas the continent of. Is’orth America. Bat tbs
:ro«lng dory ot his He remains to be attained la tit
latest, or rather combination, for he eoes
set claim to i e the Clicoverer of CEDIION, which u
tbe basis of the bltt>r* now oflered to the pnulls. That
bc.oDgs to the native Inhabitants of Central
iacrlea, to wqoio l(g virtnes have been known for
more than two hundred years. Armed with It the In*
dian bids oeflan:e to the most deadly malaria, and
nabdlea without tear the most vnnomous serpents It
!s a belief* Ith them that wiile there Is breath left la
tbe body the Genoa la potent to core, no master what
tbe disease may be.
TThfle Hr. Ball V not prepared to endorse tils «
traTscßDCpretenrlon.be Is tevwthleaaaatlsfledfrom
s thorough evazaicahos of tbe evidence relating to
itsvlrtma that a* a remedy and preventive for all cls
easea arising fiom exposure either to changes 01
weather anu climate or to the mlasmatte Influences,
it stands wlthont a rival, andjnstlvbeaerves tbe repo*
ation it has so long enjoyed In Central America end
he TTcst Indies, in
. DYSPEPSIA
And its attendant train of symptom?, u acts more litre
«charm than a toeaicine. la coming In th<
.*»cee oftfie Materia M*dic*. that cantor a moment
jear a comparison v-Uhlt In thu clsease.
A foil account of this wonderful plant may he fotmd
a me lith edition of the U.B. Dispensatory, page*
i397an>iisß3
A series of experiments in «blch Dr. 801 l has been
f or vears ereaceo, r&a lost been brought to a sncceea-
Ml ifennlDatfoE. and bets now enabl-o to offer 10 the
paMic » combine lon-ofCeoron with ether approved
venire. th« whole p;ei«v»d to the hett quality of cop
per distilled Bourbon whtasy. which he is confident
ids no ecuaitn tbe world.
He might rarolsb a volume of certificates. but the
;aMJ<- hs-ve long since learnet to estimate such things
it t*elr trne value. The safest plan is for every cue
:o testfcrhlmselfthevirtaesofanewmedielne. Glv*
He
CBDRON BWXEBS ’
Dn& trial and yon u lit never use any others.
It isnotnece tary to publish a long ilatof dlaeiaes
or which the Cedron Bitters arc a specific,
in au cleases of the Stomach, Bowels, Liver or Jud*
Jn’sß affection? of the Brain depending upon Do*
'BBgemtnt of tbe Stomach or Bowels;
la Goat, Rheumatism and Neuralgia;
And In Fever aao Ague;
It is nestmentosnperscceaU other remeulea. It not
jely cores these ct-eas**, hat It prevents them. :
A vine glass foil of tbe Bitters taaenacn nr before
arh meal, will obviate tbe 111 effects at the mots on
realthj climate,one screen the person taking u against
Usease under the most trying exposure i
Bold by DrnecMs an-l Grocers generally.
1 3r Dr. JOHN BULL’S Principal Otnce,Fmhstrcet.
Louisville, Ky,
Bold In Chicago at Wholesale and Retail by H. SCO.
71L,»6Banoolph street. dsl7-s7OMm tu thAsali
Brngs anb (Cljcmlcals.
T H. BE ED & CO.,
* IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS
3» Lake St., Chicago, HI.
also, DEAL LARGELY in
Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Glass*
ware, Burning Oils, Kerosene,
Soapmakers? Stock, Iffanq*
factnrers> Goods, dec*,
Which we offer at prices favorable to Western Mer
chants and Uaaauctaren.
j. H. Rwo. 174 Peart street S, y.)
H. A. Hublbct Chicago. I lelfi-m'W-tl
KROEGER & SCHMIDT,
Xfanofccinrersof Grand, Square and Upright
.PLANO FORTES, Wsresrooms 18 Leroy Place. New
York. We offer to dealers and the public a very snp<k
nor article. Our Mr. Kroegcr was of the late firm of
Calltaherg A Co., and tbe manufacturing partner.
De*criptiveclrcular»/r<c. Affentewanted,
%?ostrtter’sl3[ttCTS
[] OSTETTER’S
CELEBRATED
Oats,
STOMACH
HITTERS*
PROTECTIVE MEDICATION
GREAT TRUTHS
SMALL COMPASS
HOSTETTER’S
STO MAOH
BITTERS.
WHAT THE BITTEES ABE,
A pore, dellghtftd Vegetable Balm
To cheer tbe spirits and tbe nerves to <*abw,
Protect tbe system from Miasma’s bane,
■t Bouse torpid Nature, and tbe strength sustain.
THEIR INGREDIENTS.
Juices of plants, roots, barks, of virtues rare.
By chcmlc art expressed with patient care.
And the mild spirit of the soundest rye—
Purest of all diffusive stimuli.
RESULTS OF THEIR USE,
Digestion rallies, appetite revives*
Tbe food assimilates, tbe patient thrives.
Dyspepsia vanishes with an Its throes.
And peaceful sleep succeeds disturbed repose.
EFFECTS ON THE LIVER.
The bQUona sufferer, languid. Hit!ess, pale.
Physicked for years, perhaps, without avail*
Finds In IheDITTEBS all he asks or needs.
And lives to smile at doctors and their creeds.
OPERATION ON THE BOWELS.
' Relaxed, constricted, or the seat of pain ‘ -/
These organs should not* far one day, remain
The cause of each extreme yon can expel—
Tbe Bitten tone and regulate sowell.
EFFECT ON THE DEBILITATED.
3 be flaccid muscles firmness soon acquire,
Tbe frame gains flesh, the eye resumes Its Are;
Strength to tbe limbs, hope to tbe heart re tame,
TUI alaffaad crutch tbe convalescent spams.
BROKEN CONSTITUTIONS,
Tbe constitution tried by polo or care*
Or wild indulgence, is not past repair;
This genial Tonic* as the healthful dews
Quicken parched herbs. Its wasted power renews.
CHILLS AND FEVER.
Damp, cold, exposure to malarious fog;
Bring on of IQs a fearful catalogue;
But Intennlttanta. whatso’er their kind,
Hostetler’s Bitten scatter to tbe wind.
«r SICK HEADACHE.
This torment dire, that all enjoyment kins,
Yields not to pungent scents or drastic pDla*
Tis from the stomach that It takes Its rise;
Tone with tbe Bitten* and the anguish flies.
"WANT OF APFETIT&
Without <tae nourishment life’s poises wane.
The blood grows thin and dullness clouds the Praia
But this Elixir sets thrf system right,
A Good Digestion waits on Appetite.* _ ,
THE BITTERS AFTER SICKNESS.
Exhausting fever leaves Us victims low.
And. unassisted, Health’s return is slow;
Then with the Bitters weakened Nature aid,
For in each drop titalltj’s conveyed.
AS A GENERAL PREVENTIVE.
By night and day, on river, sea, or land.
In instant peril of disease we stand;
But Its dread arrows harmless seem to glide
Past all with this invlgorant fortified.
IMPURE WATER, Act
Roam through the world, through every climate range
Here Is the antidote ’gulnst every change;
Water impure It tempers, and Inures*
Man to all hardships in an temperatures.
SEA SICKNESS.
Who bos not felt how feebly words essay
The qualms one fcela on shipboard to portray?
Dread them no more defy old Neptune'S power.
The Bitten cure the nausea In an hour.
AN UNADULTERATED TONIC.
Of all the liquors horse across the sea.
Not one—mark that—Rom acrid poison’s free.
These Bitters stand ’mid stimulants alone.
Powerless to irritate, though prompt to tone.
A MILD APERIENT.
Remember, too, aperient root and berb
Are blent with those that relaxation curb
In this rare mixture •, give this fact duo weight*
That while the Bitters tone, they regulate.
A GENTLE CORRECTIVE.
If on the stomach food to acid turns.
And pungent gas the inner membrane horns.
This grand corrective soon removes the ban.
And from the heartburn trees the Inner man..
A SAFE Ad gestle asodteb.
Why not wltb all the opiates dispense.
That shakes the nerves and paralyze the sense.
When these rare Bitters soothe both mind and frame
Inviting both to yield to elnmbefs claim ?
THE WORLD’S OPINION.
Touching the BITTERS this grand, fret la clean
Their fame fills all the Western Hemisphere,
• Known to an lands, washed by Its oceans twain,
nzAnnr, Bops joo> Vigos fallow In their train.
AVOID COl
EOSTETTXE'S BITTERS share the common fats
Of all things good. Impostors Imitate.
Of these beware. Discreetly use your eyes,
prom lioncst bouses purchase jour supplies.
CAUTION.
THE GOVERNMENT INDORSEMENT.
In order to guard against dangerous impositions, the
public are revested to toko especial note of thebean
tlfoUy engraved proprietory stamp, through which-the
Government of the United States officially autbeott
cates every bottle of HOSTETTER’S BITTERS., Tbl>
shield, thrown hy the Government over the proprietors
and the pohlle for their Joint protection, is placed con
spicuously across the cork and over the neck of enct
bottle, and cannot fall to strike the eye of the most
{‘TMTUfti observer. Slothing that purports to be. HOS
TETTER'S BITTERS can be gcnnlne unless the stomp
lather*.
WfttUu undersigned, residents or —. to toJ
Count? oi .ana s:*r» ot , hereby Jointly *m
i3T«r*Jl7,sot«uat with tbs Uartwt State*, and gaaa*
tcte©ttC*Mtheforagoln?bU of— .heaccapiM,
that he or they will, within ten day*atter the aeM*
ance cf said tld, axecuto tee contrast forth* w
•with gooc aadtnfilclectsuretie*, to » snm equal to as
amount of tooccntract, to forUau toe lorajns rirnpfH
to ccnfcnaltyto tna terms oi advertisement dated
cember B,lß63,underwhich ihebllwasmade. aad,to
case the said ——• shall ton to enter Into a contra* ir
iiQresaL\we guarantee to make iood the differ**.
Decrees the offer by tip said tad the an*
lovsstresponxtoleMcder or the person to sheaths
contractmaffheawsrcsi, . .
mtncos. ) Given under our hands and ears
d*»of
(sStj.
- i hae'o* aaztuy that, to theheat of myknoeiaoii
andhcilecths above named guarantors are good**
I_] AO*rrT*vrn tt ahiwm roncient m sureaes fcr the amount for whiahacc
HOSTETtER & SMITH -
It Is also proper to state that the BITTERS are sold
exclusively In glass, and never under any circumstance*
by the gallon or the barrel. Impostors and Imitators
ore abroad, and the only safeguard the public have
against them is to see .that the Bitter* they buy beat
the engraved label and note of band of Messrs. Ho+
tetter A Smith, and the stamp above mentioned..
PREPARED AND SOLO BY
PITTSBtIBG. PA.
FOE SALE BT
DEG6GISTS, 6SOOEES &
STOEEKEEPEES
Throughout the World.
2To Contrattors
C! ÜBSISTENCE OFFICE. IT. 9.
K- ABMT, JTo. M ?oum Srmnrr, f
fn will be
until 13 m.. on FRIDAY. Apr®
KpiS,St^?“'°* u "‘ t7nU "' st “‘“ SulautMK*
TiT V i£t£*^?Ji i4J 2? H F- 4D or VttTCAT
*.?. tcehoct; delhered s .tbe SUte Cattle dealer,
at Baltimore. Md.. in lots of (l.coo) coo thooaaad f* A
lucverr (JO) UftHlay?; u>be within one and
a halfdays after arrival, at ttie expense of tne contrac
tor. They most average spool (VM» thimm hun
dred poimri* gross wtlghv, all falling short or (t,OCO>
one thousand ponad* gross weight. Ball*. Stags, Oxen.
Cows.Bebers cod Hornier* Cattle will be rejected.
A deduction of ten <10) pounds will be made (boot
the welghtof each Steer accepted usder thin con
tract, provided tbeantmsl doe* not stand ta the pen?
two nod one hall hoars before belli*-weighed, ori*
oot .welxhed immediately after removal trom Ud
can.
blank forma frr proposals can be had on applleafciom
at thta office, either In person, bp mall* or telegraph.
The Government will claim tae right of weighing
one anima) eeperatr. tnu appearance Indicated
Icm weight than the minimum mentioned above: Ibd
tefodem« f t elsllla * wUi be paid by iho party cxrtne
£aeß bid, to secure consideration, meat contain •
written guarantee ef two rrspo. aibic persona, aa fot-
. the county of ,dd“
££V, b /.5V arantee .. tbHl (0r are) •*»'* to faith a
contract la accordance with the terms of hi* (or uietta
proposition, and shoula hi* (or their) proportion be
?™ C A P TOl . l st onco en t« r I»to m cow-
; rß sii Da ? ? j?i an '- e herewith, and we are prepared
KteteSS:- '" lD£ sooa id f3u«
Idstrlct t omt, or ef the United State* District Altar,
ner, to be enclosed with the bid.
The Government reserves to itself the right to releet
anr or oil the bids considered unreasonable.
Payments to be made after each delivery In such
funds ms may be on hand; lx none on hand, to he
aa soon asrecelt ed.
Proposalsmust be erdorsed distinctly, “PROP®*
BREV cattle,” and addxessod lo "Cadi.
TBOS.C. SDlilTAh, C, S. Baltimore. MtijJioir
I* a bid Uin the name of a firm. Uctr names end
their post office address must appear, or they wCI not
Each person, or every member of a flna, oTerlae »
f' reposal mod accompany it by an oatli of aUegtaSew
o the United States' (Jovemment-if be has not
tiled cue In this office. ”
All Mda not complying strictly with the terms of this
adTexilsecient will be rejected.
1 . 114te . THOMAS C. 31TIXIVAK.
mh2+b?o39t Captain and C.3„ H. 3. A.
Froposals pob subsis.
XIIfCE STORES,
Omci CoaixisajuiT or sonsisrexog.)
21 Biver street, y
„ . . CmcAOO, DL, March atllh.isei.)
Seated proposals (IndupHcatei will be-received by
the undersigned unt»lj2 o’clockM. on THURSDAY.
Mcrch Sist, it6l, for furnishing the following Subsis
tence Stores,to be delivered on or before the 13th *t
April, 1664.
5000 Bakuxls or Bur Quautt or Promt. »■««-
factored (Torn prims spring wheat, or good sound win
ter wheat, (the kind to be staled In the
The brands and place of manufacture to bo stated la
the bids, and whether to round or Oat hoop barrel#—
the barrels to be head lined and well coopered. The
no nr to be latpecten at the expense ol the contractor
by the Board ox Trade Inspector*.
roTATOVs—Such quantities as may be required dM
ing the month of April, 1864, sixty pounds to *s
bushel-ln, good, ordinary will coopered bnmiff.
hi aa lined. ..
Oxloxs— such quantities as mar be required dtrlmt
tbe month or April, irst, sixty pounds to the heabrl—
In.good, ordinary, well coopered barrels, Leaditxed.
Two Tnorauaro Xxw Paixx Moss Fob*.
Oxk Tnopaaap Barrels NxwMzas Bexf.oxßz
nti \f.tfo Bn.. •
TH t> PKOPOSA LS WILL STATE the price atwhlch
Ibe Mess Pork will be famished in full Looped oak or
asb barrels with iron master Loops—each barrel of
pork to be inspected and overhauled by me Board oC
Trade Inspector-and the price at which it win beiur
nlsheolnthe ordinary merchant able package, aablaek
to the usual trade Inspection. *
IbcMcss Beef to be famished subject to Uieaadal
trade Irupectlon.
Tbe Inspection to be at the expense of tbecontsae
tor.
Tbe coat ef the package to be Included in the price
of the article.
Payment to be made In such funds as mar be fttr>
nisbed by the United States.
Tbe above stores to be delivered at snch point within
ibe City of Chicago aa may bo required by the onder
aimed, free of dxayage.
The bills for paj meet to bo accompanied by danll
cate Inspection certiflcatca.
Tbe undersigned reserves tbe right to reject any or
all bids.
A copy of tbla advertisement to be attached to eacflt
bid.
proposals to be endorsed “ Proposals fox Strove
texcx STOB*3,” and addressed to tbe underpinned.
* ~ J. Me. L. TAYLOR,
_ _ „ Lieut. CoL <& C.S. U. 9. Army.
frSUmtaZetlungcoff, BthSl-bMZ'OC
PROPOSALS FOR MULES,
Casa Quabtxbkastxs’s officx, 1
Bxpot or Washisotow. ►
WAsnxßoiox.D. C., March 20*is»t.j
SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at this office
until Monday, April 1,1584. at 13 o'clock M..for fore
ntehing the Gorcrnment with Two Thousand (3JOQQ)
MULES* to conform to the fallowing
SPECIFICATIONS.
AH to be In pood fleih.
All to bo fourteen (11) hands and over In height.
All to be sound, serviceable Mules for draught pur
poves, to be over three (3) and under nine (9) years of
are, and to welsh not less than seven hundred and tea
( *l£o pounds each.
PROPOSALS.
Properals to be for five hundred (500) and Upwards.
The full name and post office address of the bidder
moat appear In tbe proposal.
If a bid U made In the name Of a firm, the names of
all the parties must appear, or the bid will be consid
ered aa the individual proposal or the party signing It.
pnpos&la from disloyal parties will not be consid
ered* and an oath of allegiance most accompany each
proposition.
Proposals moat be addressed to Brlradler General
D. 11.-Backer. Quartermaster United States Army.
D. C, and should be plainly
The abUHy of the bidder to fill the contract, should
it be awarded to him, most be guaranteed by two re.
sponsible persons, whose signatures most be appended
to tbe guaranty.
Tbe responsibility of the guarantors must be shown
by the official certificate or the Clerk of tbe nearest
District Court, or of the United atates District At
torney.
Bidders must be present hi person when the bids am
opened, or their proposals will net be considered.
Bond* In a sum equal to ibe amount of tbe contract;
sinned by the contractor and both of hla guarantors,
will berequired of the successful bidder or bidden
upon sign lag the contract,
Aa tbe bond most accompany the contract, U win bo
necessary for bidders to hare their bondsmen with
them, or to hare bonds signed la anticipation, and
ready to be produced when the contract la signed.
Blanks for bonds can be procured upon application
belt g made at tbla office, either personally, by letter,
or by telegraph.
Four of GoißATrr.
'WC.tbexmdcnlaned, residents of ■ ■ —, in the
county of- —, and State of hereby
Jemtlyand severally covenant with tbe United States,
and guarantee In case the foregoing bid of -
be accepted, that be or they will sc once, after the ac
ceptance of said old, execute tile contract for tho _
same, with good and sufficient sureties, in a sum equal
to the amount of the so>tract, to furnish tbs Mules
• proposed In conformity to the terms of tbe advertise*
ment, dated March 25,1834, under which the bid was
made: and In case the said —— ■■■ . shall tail to
enter into a contract aa aforesaid, we guarantee to
make good tbs difference between tne offer of tho
•aid - aodiba next lowest responsible bid
der, or the person to whom tbe contract may be
awarded.
5 Glren under our bands and seals
I ibis day of ibfl—.
fiSH
1 hereby certify that, to tba best of my knowledge
And belief* the above-named guarantors ore good and
sufficient as sureties for the amount for which they
offer to be security, ,
Tobeccwifled by theUaited States District Alter
ney-Collector of Customs, or any other officer under
the United State* GoT«rnment,or responsible persda'
hnown to this office.
■Witless;
INSPECTION, DELIVERY, ETC.
An Mules contracted for under this advertisement
will he subject to a rigid inspection, and those not
conforming to the specifications will be rejected.
The Mules must be delivered la this city wlthla
twenty (SO) days from the dateof signing thecontrset.
Pnjmeni to be made upon the completion of the
contract, or so soon thereafter as the Depot Quarter*
master shall be lu funds.
Any Informality In the bid or non-conformance with
the terms of this advertisement, will ensure the rejec
tion of the proposal.
These Mules will be awarded In lots of five hundred
Seacb, unless the Depot Quartermaster should
i it for the Interest of thcGovernmeattovaiTthe
number.
The Depot Quartermaster reserves to hlmselt the
right to reject any or all bids that be mar deem too
high. „ D. H. RUCKER.
Brigadier General and Chief Quartermaster.
mhSO-baS*4t Depot of Washington.
Proposals for forage,
_ CHTtrouisTsswavnius o»Fion,>
' . , error. Decern her a, isgj, f
SEALED Proposals are lavne'i by nnuniw
signer tor supplying the D 8. Quartermaster** DS*
pamaent, ac Washington D. c., Baltimore. IgA.
Alexandria, and Pert Monroe V*. irnVilinr nfTVn
places whhflsy, com, Oats and straw. •
Btfli wiQ be receives for tae delivery of S.COO onihti
of corn oroats ann so tea* of bay orstraw.-or apwanto
Blorera muit state at whim of tae above nara»6
petals th*y propose to *,»ke deliveries, aactua ratal
at which they will make deliveries thereat. The quan
tity ot each aniclj proposed to be delivered, the Cma
when kato ceiiverlas ihallbe commerced, and whsc
to be completed.
The price must be written out to words on me Otto
Com to be pas up In good atout nocks
bushels each. Oats to Use sacks, of about trnee buShen
2*ch. Theiachstohefurashrdwltacatextrac&arnl
to the Government- The nay and straw to beseeunh
osiett
The partuulor kind or description of osa, com, h*> .
or •tra’w, propose- to be cellvtted most be stated a
Ihe trojfcinl*.
nil toaatcctes offered under toe oidsheretotottood. •
»Ui be sublect to » fUlo Uiopectloaby rha troves
ment Inspector before being accepted.
Contract! wm ue aworue-- from time to time to the
lowestmyohUble htdeer, u t..e interest o* toeGfrb*
*ran.enl tsar require aed payment will be maiewaaft
the whole amount contracted for shall have bees dr
hvered and aocerted.
The bl'oer will c« required to accompany bis p*«,
pcial with a aaaransv. signed by two responsible per*
loss, that to case nla l>io is accepted he or they WBA
wllhik ten o»T* thereafter, execute the contract tor
tbs same, wnc *ooo aas antHc-eut sureties la a so
equal to me amount of toe canrracd, t- deliver 9&
jbraga pro.-osoa In conformity with the tarm* of toqf
aeverueneas; sad In case toe sola birder should to£
to ester low the contract, they to make good toe 4i>
(krenee between th* offer of laid tUder and the a sub
loweattemonsible tidier, or.the person to whom W
contract may be awarr ed.
The respcDslbiUtr of the most be show
oytheodfrlalrerUffcacqaTa O S.Dlatslct Mums
Collector-cf or any other ctSrsrander
Unt'-ed States 6v cement. Or respoortble pence
known to tfi Is ofljoa.
AD bidders win be duly notified of toe acceftasaacx
o,
:ele*lbly written in theyroposai.
Proposal* moss be atdrmisd to BrigadierGessnt
D. a, Rucker, Chief Depot Quartermaster. WadUw*
100 DC, and should be plainly marked‘‘propOtoJ?
tor Forat a **
- Bones, la « sum equal Co the amount of the coat*#*
shreddy tcecoaractor and both i.Mguaranton.'tffiZ
cereguirod ottos successful bidder or bidden upefe
i6I - saoi '‘ D^Ss”^V%°iS. c AL.
(Towa,connty.andS»to> 1 - w
(Dato) * - ' - •>
Ltoe iuescnb«r.do aexeav propose so ftaauhae*
ieuver to- tea United &tstM,at the Quartermaster*
Departmental—- ——, agreeably to toe terms of
your auvenhement, tovitljg proposals fbr toim
Jai*;d >/aahlEEionD6pot.DecactoerAlße.iheitiOe^
' J!*— bmi tls of' Cora, m sacks, at par bushel «ia
Oats,m sacks, at — — perbushel 01»
- toaaelfo*!*! Hay. at—yertou ofi,CW pouwti
—— tons ofbaledsvaw, at —person oit,ooCpou*daL
Delivery to comice*:ceoa or cetora tne ——. de*
-r vjf .aodcobecoaplstedoo orbefbniais
tl. darof —— .136 .and ptecgemyielfto «e*
ter into a written coo tract with the Uausd states.
iceeutod. Toarchectontservunt,
3riaaolsrGa- - e r at D. H.RccKxn,
Chief Depot Quu}«Qa&net.
Wasr-ington, no.
&uakanttT^
To be cerdV th a Fatted
ney. Collector of Coitomi. or ctoor dgcer ngC
tbefcnltiaßuie* uor anna eat. or raepoaitwe PW
knovnto Uil* office■ under tnu ulrrrTtinnwV
J* All PWPO^^f f ff n S.WofflC»^wS
ot esca week, it is 11*
"'“""*“*■ *'**
op&olnc of bide, » D h. BCCKKB,
delnm-<» BrigadW QtitersliadQosrtetaMW;
PITTSBURGH, FORT, TTAYNTS
AiiD CHICAGO RAILWAY COMPACT.
Omci or tub Sbctupta'bt, >
Prrrsßntaii, Pal. Fftbroary 2iib. 1»M. \
DmDKjrD—The Boardof Directors b»re tiii* asf de
clared a dlTldeml of SEVEX PEB CEXTITM oa lie Ixh
come, of Third Mortgage Bonds of iMs Coaijnay oat
of the earnings of IbOJ, pavable tor.Asn on »be £*“**
of April next. W. U. BARBEa.bccrQUrj,

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