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SjjEnai. jennies.
JKadaoie Sorter’s Cosgli Bat*
ham.
The politician who sold Ms month uttered a
lie. In a!l prcbt.uiitr cnoke through hismse. Let the
person who raid that Madam* Poet**’# Cough Bil
fcAsns die Lott Jionicdy for Cougbi, Col is and all af
fections of the Throat and Lungs ever nscl—moat
nave spoken with eyra wide open from experience,
and docs not fear contradiction: for Ul< what every
l>cny rays that uses it, ao pleasant and effectual, and
yet retail* for only 45 cents per bottle. Drnrclsts all
FOILEn. FINI.H A FULLER,and SMI’H &
DW] EJL Wholesale Agents for the Western States.
zp4 bess-St atawla
Soldiers' Special Aotlce.
Bo your duty to yonrselves. protect your health,
use lIOLLOWAY’S PILLS aV:D OIKITIEKT. For
tt onndt,Bore*, Bowel Complaint*, nnd Fevers, they
arc a perfect aafe-jnuw. Foil directions low to u*e
them with every box. If the reader of ihw *• notice"
•cannot pet a box of Pills or ointment from the drug
■store in Lis piece, let him write tome, b0 Maiden Lane,
enclotlagtbesmonni, and I Mill mall a box free of
exofn**. Many dealers will not keep ray medicines
<n bund because they cannot make a« ranch proSi »•
on other pereom' make. 85 cents. 88 cent*, and 81.40
per box or pot. ap3»hßSHw
Dr, JsunM f
Formerly of James' Hospital, Custom Bonne street,
Kew Orleans. La., established In I®o, sow ofBI Saa
•dolph street,Chlcago.lHlDSls, BpeclaMsttnlhetreat
menColOzJ>CHMnc,MsncvxAin.BLOOn awn Bnf
Bzncascs, asp Oboasio Wsakskss. Corea them
without resorting to Mercury, loom*, roTABan, Ar
serie or Bar&aparilla. pr. James cscaa Rxotbal
zzsb, which u a posmrx evsx In all blood die*
ecboa. Organic We*kocsf, brought on by excess, over
taxation of business, or entailed hereditarily, causing
lues of memory, nitrous and general debility, etc.,
cured by no Infallible method, and (he only core for*
this weakness—saying both time and expenses.
Old Diseases of tbe MOST BOKEIBLE CLASS,
where toe blood baa become poisoned, producing
blotches on the face, email watery blisters, pains in
he bead and bones, ulcerated throat, noae,Tlmba and
oo dy, scrofula, together with an fndlrmt of
tufferinga.
Dr. James is recommended by the press generally el
cbe South, tha medical faculty, and professors ol med
ical college*, etc. Those afflicted should apply imme
diately, and be cored ol these terrible
Remember Dr. Junes' Offlce and Parlor* are at 86
Randolph, between State and Dearborn streets.
Office open from tA. M. until EF. U. Consultations
-nviolable 1 mbS)b6»L2ir
13all’s Ccdron Bitters. •
Let those who have doubted the virtnes of BULL'S
CBDHOK BITTEES, if any cneh there he, read the
rollowing certificate fkom geLtlemen well known In
this commotity, and doubt no more.
Us general Introduction into tbe arm] will save the
dvea of thoneaoda of our soldier*.
Lonsrau, Kt., Jcne Sd, 1903.
We,the mderrigued, have Been tbe good effects
rrodoced by the nee of Dr. JONH BULL'S CEDBON
SITTERS ic esses of general debility nod prostra
tion of the system, and believe Its general nse would
pi eventd!# rose and relieve much Buffering. Among
nor soldi era particularly would this be the cate,
especially those who are exposed to miasmatic In-
Cnences In tbe Southern climate.
MAJ. PHILIP SPEED. Collector Int Ed Dia
uici ivrtuuiky.
CQAb.B. tOTiC**, Collector of the Port ofLouls-
Er.
COLfH. Lly«, Marshal General of Ken
tnckj
REV. D. P. HENDEESOK, Cor. Secretary of Sanitary
Commission.
n ARNfcy. HUGHES & CO- Publishcn Democrat.
GEO. P. DOEBN, Proprietor LonlavUle Anzelger.
HUGHES A PAHKHILL. Wholesale Dry Goods
l»calcrs. Alain etreet/LoolsvlUc, Ky.
•DAVIS, GREEK A Wbolesale Shoe Dealers.
Main straet, Louisville.
HAST A MAPOTIIEK. Uthornphcn, cor. Market
nnd Third street, Louisville, Ky.
JULIUS WINTER, Clothing Merchant, cor. Third
and Market sts- 1-onlavHle, Ey.
CAPT. 6. F. HILDRETH, of Steamer Maj. Andenon.
J. L, T. TH URBT‘ »N. Psymasier U. S. Army.
C. M. M KTI ALF, National Hotel. XAinlsvtUo, Ky.
CO I. JKSBE BAVLES, 4tb Kentucky Cavalra.
y EOKGE D. PREKTICfc, LoulsriHe JonroaL
Bold in Chicago at wholesale and retail bv
H. SCOVIL, 36 Randolph street,
dols-sC&-3m 2tcw w&k
8. X.—lßoo.—X*
Perrons of sedenlaryhablte troubled with weakness,
iasrilndc, palpitation of the heart, lack of appetite,
«llstre*> after eating, torpid liver, constipation,
deserve to suffer if thcr will not try the celebrated
FIAICrATIOi* BITXEBS,
'Which arc now recommended by the highest medical
j.uU.orillCß, and warranted to prodace na IMME
DIATE beneficial effect. They are exceedingly agree
able, perfectly pure, and most sopercoedaH other tonics
vhcre c healthy, gentle stimulant Is required.
They parity, strengthen and Invigorate.
They create a healthy appetite.
Th cy arc antidote to change of water and diet.
Thc‘y overcome effects of dissipation and late boors.
They strengthen the system and enliven the mind.
They prevent mlasnatic and intermittent fevers.
,G?;-y purify the breath and acidity of the stomach.
They cmc Dyspepsia and Constipation.
They core Diarrhea and Cholera Morbas.
'They cure Liver Complaint and Nervous Headache.
They make the weak strong, the languid brilliant,
■i-nd are exhausted nature’s great restorer. They are
composed of the celebrated Cshsaya bark, winter
jrrern, mitttafraa, roots and lierbs, all preserved la per
fectly pare EL Croix nan. For particulars, see circa
ler*> and tc»limoniale aronnd each bottle.
Beware of imposters. Examine every bottle. 6se
chat ll tut* our private U. fi. Etamp tmmnlUated over
’.he cork, with plantation scene, and onr signature on
a flue steel plate side label. See that onr bottle is not
-refilled with spurious and dclcterous stuff. Any per
>on pretending to sell Plantation Bitters by the gallon
In Balk, is an imposter. Any person imitating this
bottle, or selling any other material therein, whether
culled Plantation Blttcra or not, is a criminal under the
r. s. Law, and will be eo prosecuted by us. *We al
c-oady have our eye on several parties ro-fllltog onr
bottles, who win eneeeedln getting themselves
into close quarters. The demand far Drake's Planta
tion Bitters fbom ladles, clergymen, merchants, £o. Is
incredible. The simple trial of a bottle la the evidence
we present of their worth sod superiority. They wre
void by all rapeeuble druggists, grocers, physicians,
t otels. saloons, steamboats end country stores.
P. IL BRAKE Sc CO.,
fte&TSCMmuuui 2C2 Broadway, N.Y.
X>callt in.
QosmrKß'e Stomach Bittxes.—A anre trutuxt-
Atx of epidemics is now within the reach of every
member of the community. The protective
rles of HosTMTTzii’s BirrsEa are acknowledged
"throughout the Western Hemisphere. Armed with
•this inestimable Tome and Altzkativc. thousands
pluDgc fiearl*ssly into the most unhealthy regions of
California, mid star there for weeks, months, years,
-witbont experiencing a day’s sickness. Il is the great
acclimating cordial of the age. As a remedy for Dya*
Dol*. Urcr «U
Dowelti, It lias no rival, either among •• patent medl
dtta" or among the drugs prescribed m regular prac -
tice. So satisfied are the physicians of the United
©tntee on this head, that at the snsgesMon of the most
-eminent practitioner*. U has beca placed cn the list ot
etandert imfclflce In most of the civil and ml.ltary
■boepUalt in America. It* operation is. «o to epevk, to
CBon-rLATz the ayeiem, ano render It invnloeraoie to
nhe climatic inflcencca which make each fatal havoc
amocc our mining and fanu&g pcpulation at certain
-seasons of the vear. Perfectly barinirsa, it may bo
Oaken with perifect ißßponUv by persons for whom oil
■other stimulants arc too exhilarating to be safely used.
mh2l-n9C 2w-m war-is •
To CensnmptiTea.
Consumptive scflcrera will receive a valuable pre
scription tor the cure of consumption. Asthma, Droa
<hitie, and all Throat and Lnog Affections, (free o
Caw.) bj-BcdliiE tbdr«ldm.g
WUllamabiirg,King* County. New York.
•mhgLbs€&-lm
Or* BlffelotVy
Confidential Physician, (formerly of St. Louis, M 0..)
cm be coastdted at his omce. D® Konth Clark atree*,
comer of Monroe. ChicagoniL. half a block irom the
(Poet Office, oc all chronic Diseases, and Diseases ol
u private and delicate nature, in both sexes, which be
treats with unparalleled success. Booms separate,
where Ladies and Gentlemen can eonaulttbe pocmr
srith the strictest privacy. Office boon from »A. M.
to 6P. M-; Sundays 10 to II A- M. Conmnmlrttiona
confldcnaal. Cotsoluuona free. Address
J54. Enclose two sump# and get his Soide to Health.
From the Doctor’s long experience In Hospital and
nrlvate practice, he 1* able to perform, and will guar
antee. perfect cures for all Chronic Disease* in their
most severe and complicated states, tu a very abort
time. wiUiont the use of mercury. __ .
-Young men suffering from eelf-abnse are lavlted lo
c*iL A perfect cure (rarrautod. Ffmale
ties attendant on Puberty. Mtnsiraation. or
•haring any obetroctiona to marriage, Rhooiacau at
once and be cured. Bert of city re *sf*?£>y.y i
whiaty and encctss. anat-&352-iwis
Doctor Thonwom
uUbSSmblWied for Urn an unprecedented
Natation In curing Scrornla. Erysipelas, uhenmatlsnu
iud er*-blood Nervous Debility £c., wilbout
♦Sr raw of njcrcnrv. The various complicated and
Aismsbinr disessc* incident to fenuura, iraated with
emtammwai Oflice und Anatomical Museum at
its soctb Clark street. Post Gffloe Box ... By to;
rloeloc 15cent* in postage stamp*. The Lnfortunstw
tioidc eball be forwarded to any address iQ lheUmted
States. up.-gAi-Hiw
A Physiological View ©r Mar*
ri&fft.
Centalning nearly 200 pag«. and 1» to# atea and
SDgiwriscs of the Auatomy
s siatcoS Eea:th Dlacsfie, with • Treatise
Self-Abuse, Us Deplorable Consequence# upon
Mind and Body, with the Author’s Plan of Treatment
—the only rational and successful mod: or care, m
. shown br the report of casea treated. A truthful
adrie*r to the married, and those contemplating
taarrtage, who entertain doubts of their phyncal
.condition. Sent free of postage to any adores*,on
.-occlptof 2s cento,in stamper pcs'al cnircncy.br
** ccog - Kc - a
jSalr »yel Hair Dye!!
iuul Beanund: tar.»ru fiSi vltalUj. t»-
ii'Hnf it* prlrtlne color, and rectifies the 111 effect* ot
VSMDFMU The Genuine ic rimed Willi *.M A- Ba.'w-
SSSn.all oinera are mere Imitations, and should be
riacal. SoM br ail l.rn,r>,t* Ac.
hew Yorx^,^_
Kcto 13utUcattons.
nnENTH THOUSAND N
i HEADY.
OF THE
GREAT BaTTLE-BOOK.
‘TIRKKOB* rati®*Boston, have now ready, the
Trccth Thousand of *
MV DAYS AND WIGHTS
ON THE
BmLE-FKELD,.
“ CAELBTON.”
- ,^^. p P ?S^r e l^V Ensr * rt ° £ *
The object of this book it to nil the youths of
America. In plain and simple terms, the cause* of the
-rebellion. and to give them an Idea ol the valor and
•couraceof their lathers and brothers, who are now
: -«plioMtnatbe National eanse by lighting the battles
4)i their country.
With Ibis view the author has given auihcntlc and
wind descriptions ot some of the most Important bat
tles of the war. which Is valuable as tbe experience of
*n eye witness, being drawn from his own personal
: ell booksellers, or sent, poet paid, by
xhe publishers. onrccclpt of oncdollar. Published by
1 . TIcKNoK & FIELD&, Boston
CirThc trade pQpp'.ied by B.C.GBIGGS &
j>obll*hcPß Agents lor tbe West, at 89 and UUke
AtrcfC Chicago. apl-bSSMt
l£emotals.
rOEMOVAL. —J. Leduc, late of
ZAX laednc A Gibbs, has removed to
211 South Water Street, tap-stain),
'Wh.re be will continue In tbe same business—baying
and selling all aorta or produce on commission.
TnhglJFttMmlS
T> EM OVAL.
FARGO & BILL,
H.« remored (ro» O •«<* to tteto M»
DODBLB STORK?
48 Sc SO Wnbash Avenue,
Next sooth of Cooley. Parwell * Co,
ve> have largdy increased our facilities for mao*'
'bSrSr oar celebrated
aIP AKD CAW WAIt It AWT BP
boots and shoes.
„ recd«4 a Rres «4 weß MlectU
t-FRtKG TRADE,
;„_rtnn of all Dealer* la BOOTS and
•WeinrUetberttranonoi au Wacontinue
that no time House,
the L&SH pkP.aA. ««
Bastor west, can compete With »% AB(K) k BILL.
leiG-wTOtt-Sm
Manfetng ana Bicgange.
TTNION PLANKROAD COM
!_/ PANT. Chicago, March 30th, 18>4.
On and after the 1 0th day of ApxiL the notes of the
UNION PLANEBOAD COMPANY,
or xicnioAK citt, zwdiaxa.
Will sot be paid oat hy ns or received on deposit.
£OLO*Ox6TUXa>»' Soar*.
FOX.O. A. Ski th. Prrat. 111. L. &T> Co.
W.F. coozjuuan * Co.* „ . .
j. Toms hCAtmoiti ITtst. Marine Co. of Cnxsgo.
J. Y. SCAHAOV.
C. F. W. June*. Cashier.
J.M.Ansrr. vfU
A. C. Box oeb A Co. « <f
J. O. COXPAD. , _ ..Y>Ktrf_
w. n. TTirr*. Sec*y W. M. & F.luictS>.
Stpkxt MTsms. Cashier.
Gao. C. Smith c Bao.
B*y*T Ormuuni. •
RuTTZB, EhDjCOtr* Co.
PSVSTOIT. Wilt* W> A E*Ajr.
E. K.B *i*i‘TrD, Cash. Ist Nat. Bank.
j, A. Eimr, PreotrSd Kat, Bank.
Isa houab, Csah. Sd Nat. Bank.
B*vz. LcviJAiD.lTest, 4 th Kat. Bank.
K. B. Kirrsn, Cash. State Savings Im.
ft O-PARTNERSHIP.—Richard J
V/ Ehermaa, of Buffalo, Benjamin F. Jervis. Preri-
Sf Gazmiovla. N. T n end Bdivan! S,
Rich, of E.B. iJcb’aßazik of Exchange, Buffalo, have
afsodatod tbraselves together for the purpoee of
carrying on and transacting the business oi 3
BANKING,
At 30 PINE STREET, in the city of Kew Tort.
Vhfn* thz rra* Kara or
RICH, SHERMAN & CO.,
17111 pay particular attention to tbe Collection oi
Notes, Drafts,&c., and to the purchase and sale
GOVERNMENT securities
OF ALL KINDS,
Railroad Stocks, Ronds, Gold, &o.
Interest allowed on Deposits, subject to be checked
fOr at Sight. E. J. BHKBMAN,
March IsL IBM. B. K. JERVIS,
S. 6. RICH.
rpHE FIRST NATIONAL BANE
J. OF GALESBURG, Galxsbvbo. Illixoib.
CASH CAPITAL* 9100,000*
This Bank la now folly organized, and prepared for
the transaction of a General Banking basineas.
Its services are tendered to port lea having corres
pondence In Knox and adjoining Counties.
E. L. CHAPMAN, Cashier.
Cuaxucs H. VaTnrff e t Pre»idcnl.
David Faxbobn, ViccPreridenL
mh»bG6i-im wFta •
NATIONAL BANK
OF CHICAGO.
4 6oath Clark 8C«, Loomis Bnlldlngs.
.We are now prepared to’receive Deposits, Bay and
Bell Exchange, and transact a General Bonking Baal
9tmt BENJAMIN LOMBARD. President.
B. HUTCHINGS BADGES, Cashier.
mhU-sCSO-lm -
'J'HIRD NATIONAL BANK
166 LAKE STREET.
Orisiu! ud Capital, • - $300,000
JAS.H BOWEN. President.
AMOS T. HALL, Vice President.
IRA HOLMES, Cashier. fe3s-vB9l-Sm
J7*IRST NATIONAL BANK
}? OP CHICAGO.
Southwest cor. Lake and Clark-eta.
CAPITAL, ... $400,000*
E. AIKEN, President.
BAML. M. NICKERSON, Vlce-Prei’L
£,E,Bsa.TBZKt>, Cashier.
IJIREASURT DEPARTMENT.
OFFICE OB'
Comptroller of the Currency.
WASBEKOTOff. February l»t, IBM.
Wxm»ia,by patialaeioTy evlde&ce pratentod to tire
undersigned, it has been made to appear that The
&EODKD Hattons! Bank of CHICAGO, in the Conaty
of CODE and State of ILLINOIS, has been duly or
ganized nnoer ana according to the requirements of
toe act ol Congreos, entJUed **An Act to provide a
- National Currency. aecered by a pledge of united
States stocks, ana to provide for the circulation and
redemption thereof,** approved February Zi, 1083, and
has complied with all the provisions o! said act re
qaired to be complied with before commencing the
business of Banking. _
Now, mixron. L HUGE MoCDLLOCH, Ccmjv
troll ex of the Currency, do hereby certify that the
SECOND National Bank of CHICAGO. County oi
COOK and State of ILLINOIS, is authorized to com
mence the business of under the act store-
InTasrmojrTWHißXOVjWltnsa*my hand
5 sxaX, > and seal of office, this FIBST day of FRB-
I “| siripT ivi
TSlgnedJ HUGH McCULLOCH.
Ks.XM, Comptroller of the Currency.
SECOND NATIONAL BINE
OF CHICAGO.
STTCCXSSOB TO
J. A. ELLIS & CO.
W* are now prepared to receive Depaalta, Out and
sell Exchange* and transact a General Banking Bait
n^r B ealao keep on hand for sale United States Heve
nnc Stamps, allowing the usual discount on orders far
one hundred dollars and upwards.
OflN KortlmreM corner of Lake and
Clark Streets.
J. A. ELUS, President.
town, L Tnrxjuz. Cashier. . _
Chicago, February Eth IS6L . fel-w»«l
DANK OF AMERICA.—PabIio
X) Notice is hereby given, that aU Bills or Clrcnlst
tag Notes of the
« BASK OF UIKBICA,«
Ecretotore tacorporsted acudoiog bnsiaess lathe city
of Chicago, under the general banking law* of the State
of minofe, moat be presented for payment to the Audi
tor of Public Account* of said State, at hli office, la
the city of Bpriagfleld, within three yean from the
date hereof, or the funds deposited for the redempUoa
®f said notea will be given up to raid baak.
Dated thi*3Whd*yofM*T,A.D.l6El. .
vawouu* gboHs* SMITH. President.
E. W. Viuaxp. Cashier. Jy2HtfS-tojc*-M
(Smumisslon iHcrrijants
DAEMERS MERCHANTS, AND
J? OTHEBS "WHO
HATE TOJt SALE,
Corn,
"Wheat,
Itye,
Barley,
Flour,
IBeef,
Pork,
Lard,
TALLOW, BIDES, SEEDS, WOOL, CATTLE
AVD HOGS) if»j if.)
And who will consign such aad all other
COTOTEY PRODUCE
TO
DEXTER & TROWBRIDGE,
CommJzelon Blerdaonta, 242 South
Water Street; Oblcago 9
wm have exit* made at the HIGHEST MARKET
PRICES, or can have the same shipped to Eastern
markets, and receive prompt and fan cash returns.
Advances made on consignments when
Having several thousand oarrels of storage room
connected with onr office, we can give personal care
and attention to all consignments required to be stored
for better market* orshipment. , m
Ordera ferthe purchase of any kind ot good* trill
reive prompt auention; the articles selected with rare
and use of such judenunt as oar long experience toa*
C"-“- fo^£'^ j r?T^WßP.n>OE.
Chicago, March 29, ISM. ___ jWMWMw
ITOPPOCK, GLENN & CO.,
JOBBEBS OF
g-bocebies,
AND
CO.UMISSIO.I MEBCHAJTTS,
Btrble Stows, IS ond *0 Tosey street,
(Adjoining Artor House and opp. St. Paul’s CltarchJ
New York City.
“glLtojj * Com curapo. E,hs.»m-4w
B. A A- Keep. - -
n'EOBGE II- HOW.
(Late
Commission Merchant
* OFFICE Ko. 1) 46 Lisslle Strut, Chicago.
CJAMTJEL SHACKFORD,
O rBODtrOE
COMMISSION JIEBCEIKT,
Ko. 2 Board of Tindc Building Chicago, 111.
apl.bSS7-Xm
MAPLE & CO.,
COMMISSION MBBCHANTS,
210 Sooth Water street, Chicago.
T. MAPLE. (mL2S-b237-lml J.E. MAPLE.
MAPLE & CO.,
commission merchants.
City Buildings, w South St- Louis, Mo
T. MAPLE. Imh3*-bl3B ImJ J. E. MAPLE.
I7IRREY, LYONS sTcO., (Sno-
A. cersors to Harding A BsllJ dealers in SHIP
CHAKtLEKT, Oi oecrlcs and Provisions. Tarred and
Manilla Cordage, Pitch. Tar and Oakom, ralntfl. Oils,
While Lead, Canvas, Blocks, etc.
163 Nmtli Water street, Chicairo.
geo. c. rresxr. pamixl ltohs. b. q. qibbs.
mhl-v626.2m *
OBER, ATWATER & CO n
GENERAL COMMISSION AND
FORWARDING MEBCHiNTS.
SS Natchez street. New Orleans. La.
atsbbt O OnxsA F*AHxD.ATWAT*A,Nsw Orleans.
H.P.OPEE A CO .St-Loms. "eIS-srtl9-3in
C. 0.
Clesson’s Catarrh Curative,
.„„ . q a nerer-fsiling cure. up. la packages,
addtre 6 nnn>eclDt of twodolUfs. Address
v^£fev! m. moa-MHwu
CEljicaga ®xlbimc.
MONDAY. APBIL 4,1854.
LIST OF LETTERS
Bemalning on called for In the Chicago Post
Office.
lADXIW LIST.
Adams Hattie mn Aaderaon Margaret mrs
Adame Sate H mra Ames VC miss
Ackcraan Amanda mrs Andrew! E B mrs •
Akin Cara line mrs Anderson Beset mrs
Avery jes miss - AnnisonLtzzlo Emits
Allen Addle miss Andcnon Louise mra
AlexiLderlizzlemlss Arnoli Joaslomisi
,Alexsncer Bradley mra Ashton Hazels miss
Allen Bsrrtet A mrs Atwster EllzsbeUi E mrs
Aldrich Lizzie mrs Atzel Canlo miss
Andersen Maggie miss A vary Sosls C miss
Baker JaoeX miss • Boors Ellen miss
Baker MH mrs 2 ' Brown Mbit mrs
JBalnMsry Amiss Bradley At Louise miss
Bailey Nil mrs Bradley E L mrs .
Babbitt L A mra BralerJmrs
Baler C mrs Bradford Francis E mils
Baker Sarah M mra Bnlnard Louis mra
Baker Cynthia A miss Brair Mary mga '
Baaks Belinda mrs Brady Bridget mra
Banks Wien mra Brick BE mrs
Basks Margaret mrs Bridgman M A mrs
Barlow Maty miss Bnedy Anne mlsa
Barber Marianne mra Brash Mina mra
Barker Farah mlas Bnmdage Jennie mrs
Barker Sarah mn Bnmdage mlas
Barnard mra Brown Jane miss
Faroes Battle miss Brown Ellen II mlu
Berrnm Henry mra Brows Hattie M miss
Barnard Arnca mrs Brown Kittle mlas
Barrows Eliza miss BrownHattie J miss
Barrey Mary mra Brown Ann mlas
Barton Bate mlas Brown Charles Cmrs
Bartlett Robert mn Brown Jennie miss
.Bartlett Della A mrs Brown Lida H mlas -
Bartlett Kelly mlas Brown Loolsa mn
i'jijce Maty uiias BncUay Jonans miss
Battle Jenny mlsa ■ Bnffom Mary mrs
Eeckley Catherine mra Buckingham Belt P miss
Beall Alary A mra Burrows Fannie M
Beam a C mlas Burdick Atmer mrs
BemlsTKnrs Burnside Caroline mrs
Brnnett Charles E mrs ' Burton Faille nuas -
Betifon Corzcllns mrs Bordell Lizzie mrs
Berry A mis* - Brown mrs
Bixley Mary E mrs Bon Jennie W miss
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INITIALS.
Executors of the Eatatoof> J M Johnson . Capt
comdg Co P, 3Tth HI Vol Ini....Agent for Flouer*
ElMi't Sewing Machine....Mr B A Adams, Cam*
mission Merchants. - .Kailroad Agent Colnmbns «fc
Chicago Road....CL,call at.S p «—too late, 10 ans
....CsptFrank DeGress, comdg Co 11. Ist lllArty
(veterans)....No 44 Booth Franklin it ...Manafac
tverof Brawn's CornFlanten....To the proprietor
•f GUI Book Store. Coleman ACo Mr J D 8...
Acme. Post Office, Chicago....Mechanic# Bank, Chi
cato....Proprietor Lake Housel...D 6 C S Minor, P
088C73 JQR Sec’y Barden City Masonic Tcm
fle....Lnler....JTß... .Agents Van Anden Copying
res*.
Persons wishing drop letters advertised must affix a
three cent stamp.
BTOfflce open from let of April to Ist of November
from lam. till Bp. m. From November Ist till April
Ist, from Ba. m. till Bp. xm, and on Sundays from 8
a. rn.to Hhls a. m.
S9xß J.L.BCRIPPS.P.M
Stg <SOOOO.
202 LAKE STREET. 202
E. A. HAYT & CO.,
juts orcrzo x
BRANCH HOUSE IN GHIC&O
roK tin BA.LX or
LADIES’ CLOAKS AtfD MANILLAS
DEALERS CAN BUT AT THE LOWEST NEW
TORE WHOLESALE PRICES* SAYING FREIGHT
AND OTHER EXPENSES.
TUB LATEST PARIS STYLES WILL BE INTRO
DUCED SIMULTANEOUSLY IN NEW YORK AND
CHICAGO.
N. B.—THE CITY TRADE MAT DEPEND ON OB
TAINING all The richest Paris novelties
AT THE EARLIEST MOMENT. 381 BROADWAY,
NEW YORK. AMO 103 LAKE STREET, CHICAGO.
nh3-TT26-lmi«
■pARWELL, FIELD & CO.,
**" SUCCESSORS TO
COOLEY, FASWELL & CO.,
42, 44 and 40 Wabash Avenue,
IMPORTERS OF
FANCY GOODS,
UTD WBOLI9i.Lt DBAXIBt ZB
DRY GOODS,
FOR GASH.
We have In Store,
OR FSPRINC TRADE
A VERY LABOR STOCK OP
Sheetings, Shirtings and Drills.
Stripes and Denims.
Prints,
F & M Gassimeres,
And Summer Stuff
Apron Checks,
Pleached Goods,
Delaines,
FRESH SPRING STYLE OP
Dress Goode.
Also, * Full Assortment of
WOOLENS, MITE GOODS,
NOTIONS,
HOSIERY AND GLOVES,
All of which wIQ bo sold at the
OWES! CASH PRICES.
Having pnrcbaaed our Btock previous to January,
WB CAS AND WILL offer Inducement* to hcaTy
close buyers that cannot fail to please.
FAEWELL FIELD A CO.
fe3-wl2L?m
SPECIAL NOTICE.
THE PBOPRIETOBS OP THE
GIRARD HOUSE
PinLADELPHIA,
Bespeetfally can the attention of Business men and
the Travelling Community to the superior accommo
dation and comfort offered in their establishment.
>eßoSig«-Bm«2tewl* KANAGA.FOWL&B ACQ
Glassware just re
ceived.
500 Boxes TPiTIBLEHSj
200 u FLASKS,
100 *• SPECIF JABS,
200 “ IQIBBORS,
And a general assortment for the Retail Trade, at
MEBBILL A BALL’S,
apS-WCS-aa-iiOATU 85 BandolDh street.
A WHOLESALE GROCERY
Hooso well cstabllf hed, with
A GOOD AND GROWING TRADE,
Whose sales arc over a quarter of a million dollars
per annum, ■
WISHES TO SELL OUT
i FULL STOCK OF CHOICE GOODS,
And the pood will of tbe business to a number one
purchaser.
SAXISFATOHT SEASON'S GIVEN
Tor wlshlnz to sell. Address with name and refer
ence P. 0. Box 208 S. • ap2-b93Mt-SATAM
piAVALKT HORSES.—Cavalry
Horses will he purchased at
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS,
In open market,fo^thlrt^days, commencing April
0130 per Horse
For each and every Horae passing this Inspection.
, Bound.not less tnan five (5) nor more than nine (9)
years old, from fourteen and one-half (UK) to sixteen
(16) hands high, of sufficient hrea-.th and bone for cav
airy service; brldle-yue. In good flesh, free tomaU
delects, nnd snbjcct ton ngtd inspection by the offi
cers 0i inspection for Cavalry Bureau. _
Payments will he made In cheeks on the Treasury
of the United States for certificates of Indebtedness,
fir lota of not less than eight horses.
Br order of CMct Q. M. of C»T»lrj
mh29-bCOWCt Captain and Depot Quartermaster.
IVTAKKLET’S FILTERING
ITXGLOBE CISTERN, PatentedMarcb’Sth. ISSL -
This Cistern is bum in the ground, of brick and ce
ment mortar. The lower partis ofa globnl&rform,
with a water-chamber directly aboTe, of canal capacity
with the globe. TheFILTEB consists of Sam Cnan
coax anoBMCK, and Its surface Is equal to the circum
fercnceofthowater-chtftnber. „ - . ..
This Cistern is preferred before all others, from the
feet that the wafer Ibclzabxb and sttbeb than any.
other cistern water—fit lor drinking, family use, or
a other purpose desired. These Cisterns aro not
e to crack, a* other* are. and may not need
nalrlne Ina-lire-llme. The chamber can be cleaned
ontinafew ralnites, and the globe be full of filtered
Thosa^hhik topot|haao
Canton,r.g^aCQ^Si..
ptOODRICHE’S LAKE MIGHT
VT GAN
Steamboat Line.
For Milwaukee, Kenosha, Racine, Port Washington,
Manitowoc and Two Rivers.
The staunch and test tailing steamer
UNION, Copt. SPBA&TJE,
tom imta HmveV Bock, (first below Rush street
BU)"S TvSlniy VoksiSQ. Aprusa, atp o>-
clocl/ For ftelgbt or
Office, North end M.C. ICR. Frit Depot. apS-baS-Sl
L. WOODS & CO.,
Wine Herchants, 64 Exdmga Mace, H. Y„
Have always on hand for sale. Port afaderta. Sherry,
SSSrSf Mwcst wines. ADO.Chewy, Blackberry
and Unoorted Cognac Brandies—aU of low grades.
mhJtt-btSMm -
■pHOTOGRAPH CARDS FOB
SEMLEMES,
P-nnies and Catalogues sent for 23 cents. Enclose
ftncmvelooe with vonr own name and addrea*. D.
iWriiruiK'lJberij-.t., N. Y. .DIbSMWI
KING & CO.,
LTJ3IBKH BBOKEBB,
Office 242 South Weter-St., (foot of JranilinJ
inb29-M6B-lai
COOLEY & CO.,
beoetveh® of mcHtwmßs.
Order* from tbe country or e*ty, far **7 ounttty
srompUy filled. at market rate*. *
CdO-rii-*™ OftoO'ULuiUttt., CUcKO.m.
UUo«nanwus.
TTEADQUARTERS, CINCIN T
JU. NATI, OHIO.
CcionnrATi, March 13,1851.
General Order, Ne. 9*
L The following extracts are published by direction
of OI.P. T. stVAINE,»th Regiment Infancy Ohio
Volunteers Commanding, for the Information of all
concerned:
*• And any person now In the military service of the
united States, who furnish satisfactory proof
Inat he is a marine by vocation, or an able seaman,
or ordinary seaman, mny enlist In the Nary aader
snch rnles and regulations as mar be prescribed by
tbcPmidentot the United States’! Pbotjpid, That
snch enlistments shall not be for less than the onex
plred term of his military service, nor lor less than
one year. And the bounty money which aay mariner,
orieamin, or ordinary seaman, enlisting from the
Army Into the Nary, may bare recelred from the
United States, or from the State in which he enlisted
in the Army, shall be irom the prize mosey
.to whlchhe mar become entitled, daring the time re>
finlred to complete hl> military service: Am> rao
▼msn FtTßrnaa, That the whole naraber of aach
transfer enlistments shall not exceed ten thousand ”
{Section 7, Actol Congress, approved 2Jth February.
IS®<J
“To facilitate as much as possible the execution of
the Jaw abort* cited. It shah 6e Ui j duty of eray #tu
'cer commanding a company, and of everyoißcsr corn*
maading a recrnlilpg renderrous or depot, to forward
all the appllcsiiaw made to him for transfer by sea
men, Katnen of bis company er detach
ment. together with (be prootthat the applicants are
mariner* by vocation, or able or ernlnary seamen,
tlrruph the proper authorities, to the Hcaiquarte.**
ci the Army orjjepartmcntln whiten the company
Is scrrißg, or In which Ihe rendezvous or depot may
be situated; and ho shall Indicate In h's report, thosn
of me applicants who have served at sea, and
whether fn the Merchant or Kavai Service. Not lea*
then two years' !-ea service will comilrate aa srdlaarT
seaman, and not Ices than four, an able teaman; and,
in the acscnce of other proof, the applicant maybe
reQulrcd tomakeoathaato the service be has seen
at sea.” I
“Upon being accepted-at the Kara! Ststlen. the
men will be dropped from the rolls of their companies
as transferred to the Havy by enlistment; bat if re
jected for physical disability or for net baring seen
the prescribed sea service, ihey will be sent hack to
their companies; and If guilty of fraud or mlsrepro
ecntatloaln their applications, the expense ol trans
portation willlbe charged sniaat their pay.”—fO.O.
No. 61, War Department, A. G. 0., 4th March, SuL]
“A report oi all enlisted men that are competent,
and desire to be transferred from the Armv to tbe
2favr, will be forwarded to Col. P. T. SWAINS, Com
manding Officer at CincinnatUwho will detail a sui
table officerto examlßo the reports, and determine
from them what mru shall be transferred to tbe
Issvy.”—(O. O. No. 9. Headquarters Northern Depart
ment. 17mMarch, iwjl.J
11. Id accordance with the foregoing authority,
Lieut. Col. James T. Sterling, 103 d Kegtment la tout ry
Ohio Volunteer*. Id detailed to examine all applica
tions from troops serving la the Northern Dspart
meat for transfer to the Navy. Lleat. C«L Staling is
referred for instructions to G. O. No. 91, M ar Depart,
went, A; G. 4th March, : Circular No.«. War
Department, A. G. 0„ 9th March. ISBI. and GjO.No.
% Headquarters Northern Department, Columbus,
Ohio, 17th March, 18*54.
111. It is enjoined upon all Commissioned Officers,
serving in this Department, by the Commanding Gen
eral, to call tbe attention of the enlisted men under
their control to the provisions of the frtt paragraph
of this order, and to see that alt applications are
promptly ana properly fortWrded. Applications will
beaddictsedto “incut.Colonel JAuEA T. STZRL-
INO, Cincinnati. O n ” and will be endorsed on the
envelope “Application for Transfer to the Navy.”
Officers forwarding applications, will be careful that
the requirements embodied In this order are precisely
compiled wltn, and will state the strength of the Com*
pai<T or Regiment of the applicant ana the number of
applications from that Company or Regiment.
All communications must be written legibly, and
the full name. Company. Regiment and Station of the
applicant careltUly given. After forwarding their ap
plications, the men will remain an duty at their re
spective posts, until the action of the Commanding
General m their case Is officially communicated to
them. Hv order AN*). C- KEMPER,
apS-bShS-St-U Assistant Adjutant General.
HASHEESH CANDY,
THE EASTERN
G-nnjah. of Enchantment,
OR ORIENTAL EXaiLTRANT AND NER
VINE COMPOUND.
A pleasurable and h armlets stimulant coafectloalzed
for NervoneneM, Debility, Cooftulon ol TboizbU,
Loss of Appctl'e. Depretelon ot Spirits, Herrons Ifead
nche, Clam and Ferer, Impotence, Nerroua Debility,
WaQtorVlui|ty,&e.
AGHctcd Snflercrs,
TRY n.
Setters after Pleasure and the Slarrellons,
TExrr.
It will do yon good. sold bjuniegista everywhere.
X3T Wholesale Agency for Clinago and the West,
S. BCOVILLE, 76 Eandolph-at, Chicago.
Price, 50 cants and tl per box. Send fo fall descrip
tive circular.
mrOETED OKLT ST TILS
GUNJAH WALLAH COSIPAN T,
New York. Agents’ office, 38 Beckman Toft.
mb3l-b«93»Vw
B. A.
Fahnestock’s Son & Go.
PITTSBURGH, PA.,
StA>XTXCTUBZES OF
B. A. FAHHESTOOE & GO’S
STBICTLT
PURE WHITE LEAD.
TO PREVENT IMPOSITION, our Pore White Lead
In addition to the usual brand. Is future will bear the
following on pic opposite end:
& %,■
/ < 1844. 'P\
hu
/ESTABLISHED
B. A. FAHNESTOCK’S SON & CO.
apt-bSS-lra
pROCTEB & GAMBLE,
24 West Second Street,
ciscnniATi.
Uanutactnrcrs and Wholesale Dealers la
STAB CASBLKS, LiBD Oil,
GERMAN SOAP,
Pearl Starch, Fancv Soans, &c.
CANDLES SOLD BY ACTUAL-WEIGHT.
gyThewcll known article of “Mottled” German
Soap continues to be made of standard quality, the
most reliable Family Soap In tbatnarket. Tke public
are cautioned against Imitations of this brand.
m!i23-bE2-12t
Look fob the red
WAGONS.
Haying secured a ycry large stock of the
BEST XOE
Ever offered for sale In this market, we arc prepared
to supply families, in every part of tbeclly.the comlnj
season.
■We bare also a largo stock of
LAKE ICE,
Which we will deliver to Butchers, and all others whe
wish It, or sell at our houses VERY CHEAP.
EVERYBODY
Will And It for their Interest to call at 132 Dearborn
street before makinz any contracts or promises.
rar Cara loaded direct from our Ice Houses for ship
ment. WADHAm WILLARD tk CO.
rnhg.y7R.2in BPaxla
QEICAGO ICE COME ANT,
05LT DEALERS D?
CRYSTAL LAKE ICE,
From Crystal Late. McHenry Co., HI. This companj
has arranged with reliable dlstrlburlng teams to tnppls
the ENTITLE CITT. Any other dealers pretending Sc
cendah CRYSTAL Lake ICE are guilty of misrepre
sentation.
Orders and communications may be left at the
General Office No, 36SouthCIark3t.
W. XL ARTHUR, ‘ H.E. SARGENT.
P.n7sMITH, GEO. L. DUNLAP,
JNO.B. DRAKE, ■ HENRY COOKE, *
ap3-besi-l4t • Directors Chicago lea Co.
Q. R A I N. STORAGE,
‘ i willbß prepared to transfer and atoreGraialn ms
NEW ELEVATOR,
In the City of Buffalo, on or before
The First Day of May Next,
And will continue to do so until the FIRST DAT OP
AUGUST NEXT, and nntn notice to the conirary.tr
take effect after the last day above mentioned, to tht
fan extent and capacity ot my Elevator, at, and after,
the following rates: One-lourth of one cent for trans
ferring or putting In store, (being one-elghtt
,t 0 the vessel ana oue-clchth to the owner of the
grain) ana one-fourth of one cent, for Ore dayi
storage, or for any less norabor of days, one-flftl’
of one-iourth of a cent, for each day (ess than live
days. My Elevator hoe faculties for business far
surpassing that of any other tn the city; has six hun
dred thousand bushels storage. It can transfer from
three vessels or propeUore and discharge Into sevez
canal boats, aU working at the same time. 1 can han
die with ease two hundred thousand bushels of grain
eyery twenty-four hours. S very reaael sball bo served
In the order that they are reported to me after arriv
ing in port. S.V.R. WATSON.
Chicago, March 20, ISM. - mhri-biiomts
Hope gold company.
MINES—“GOLD DIRT LODE,"
Gilpin County, Colorado.
CAPITAL, 80,000 SHARES,
each.
TnusTsns: _ . „
John Evans, Colorado; F. H. Judd. New York ;H.
P. Cohn. New York; Wm. Holler Now Tork. Gwj ;
TV. GraflUn- Baltimore • Hemann Fonxe. Now York.
R. Cornell‘Winte;New Vork; M.C.Tyler,Nsw kots,
g. G. Arnold, Providence.
PRESIDENT S
His Excellency Cotor£>llo Tcrr , tor7 .
HO^ r G-TuNOLD.
DR. F. H. JUDD.
treasurer •
WALTER E. LAWTON.
/pTlAVffij.
nmcc.Fo.acuir-tuKawYoft. miiß-iiaioim-ii
A7OKEY TO LOAN. —I am con-
It I ntnntlT nrepered to loan on Improved fame In
mSaolf»so acres of choice farming Unde
FOB SALE j
On lons lime, P, K* FSABBOSS, U3 Emdolpb-at,
BoxM«. 1 «>l-l»e-8«
yfflfo.
J^BTENDI
OF TUB
brave sclciers and sailors.
HOLLOWAY’S PILLS
AND
OINTMENT.
- AH whe bare Frlcnda or Eelativea in taw Army or
Navy should take especial care thee they bo amply
supplied with these lulls and Ointment; and where ih«
brave Soldiers and Ballon have neglected to provide
themselves with them, no better present can be sent
them by their friends.- They have been proved to be
the Soldier’s never-falling friend In tho boor of need.
Coughs and Colds AlTectlag Troops
wm be speedily relieved and effectually cured by ua*
Ing these admirable Medicines and by paying proper
attention to tho directions which are attached to each
pot or box.
Sick headache and Want of Appe
tite, Incidental to Soldiers.
Those feelings which so sadden, usually arise from
trouble or annoyance, obstructed perspiration, or eat
ing and drinking whatever la unwholesome, thus dis
turbing the healthful action of the liver aod stomach.
These organs must bo relieved, if you desire to be
welL The Pills, taken according to the printed In
structions, will quickly produce a healthy action to
both liver aod stomach, aod as a natural consequence,
a clear bead and good appetite.
Weakness or Debility Induced by
Over-Fatigue,
Will soon, disappear by the use of these Invaluable
Pills, and the soldier will quickly acquire additional
strength. Never let the Bowels be either confined or
unduly acted upon. It may seem strange that Hollo
way’s PUls should be recommended for Dysentery and
Flux, many persons supposing that they would In
crease the relaxation. This u a great mistake, for
these Pills will correct the liver and stomach, and
thus remove all the acrid humors from the system.
This Medicine will give tone and vigor to the whole
organic system, however deranged, while health and
strength-follow as a matter of course. Nothing will
stop the relaxation of the bowels so sure aa this famous
medicine. „
Volunteers, Attention I Indiscre-
tions of Tontb.
Sores and Ulcers, Blotcbea and Swellings, can with
certainty be radically cored. If the Pills are taken
night and morning, and the Ointment be freely nseda*
stated In the printed Instructions. If treated In any
other manner, they dry np Id one part to break out In
another. Whereas this Ointment will remove the‘bn*
more from the system, and leave the patient a vigorous
and healthy man. It will require a little perseverance
in bad cates to Insure a lasting cure.
For Wounds, Either Occasioned by
the Bayonet, Sabre, or the Bal
let, Sores or Braises,
To which every Soldier and Sailor are liable, there are
no medicines so safe, sure and convenient as Hollo
way’s Pills and Ointment. The poor wounded and
almost dying soldier might bare nls woutfuß dressed
immediately if be woold only provide himself with
Oils matchless Ointment, which should be thrust Into
the wound and smeared all round It, theu covered
with a piece of linen from his knapsack and compress
ed with a handkerchief. Taking, night ud morning,
six or eight pills to cool the system am prevent In*
Cammattoru
Every soldier’s knapsack and seaman's chest should
be provided with these valuable remedies.
OA.TTTION.
Bone are genulae unless tha »u*j« « Holloway, 1
Nxw.Yoss aJfi> Losnox.” are discernible
ttt-wtt m every leaf of the boek of direction*
around each pot or sox; the same may be plainly seen
by holding the leaf to the light. A handsome reward
will be given to any oae rendering snob information
os may load to the detection of any party or parties
counterfeiting the medicines or vending the same,
knowing them to be spurious. _
* • gold at the manufactory of Prof, Hollow at, 80
Maiden Lane, New York, and by all raspratablo drag
gists and dealers In medicine throughout the civiliz
ed world. In pots and boxes, at 36 cents, 62 cants, and
* jar There la considerable saving by taking the
**sf e ß.—Directions for the guidance of patients in evo
rv disorder are adzed to each p«t »ad box.
TV Dealers iq m y wm-aaww a tufJp-Ufyw
Show Cards, Circulars, etc., cent FREE OP
by addressing Thomas Holloway,BoMalden Lane, N.Y.
For sale by LORD ft SMITH, General Western
Agents, 23 Lake street, Chicago, aadhy dealers every
where. oc2S-0975-3m-2tew-WAU
CitnoT. —If the reader of this** notice’* cannot get
a box of Pills or Ointment from the drag Btorolnkis
place, let him write to me, 80 Maiden Lane, enclosing
the amount, and I will snail a box free of expense.
Many dealers will not keep my medicines on hand be
cause they cannot make as much profit os on other
persons’make. 35 ecott.-SS cents, and 11.40 per box or
Snseltifilc (Ement.
rvHESUL AH> TAIT7A3U
DISCO VEST 1
HILTON’S
INSBLUBLE CEMENT I
8 Is of more general practical
utility than any invention now
before the public. It has baet
thoroughly tested daring the Inst
two yearn by practical men, and
pronounce* by all to he
BOAT
Superior ta Any
Adhesive Preparation known.
A new tunc*
Hilton', Insolnbla Cement
Is a new.thing, and the result oi
years of study ; Its combination U
»n Scesstific Pnxscirxjcs, and
under no circumstances or change
of temperature will it become
corrupt or emit any offensive
until.
ita combination.
BOOT and SHOE
Soot and Shoe Man
ufacturers.
Manufacturers, using Machines,
will find It the beat article know?
for Cementing the Channels, as It
works without delay, is not affec
ted by any change of temperature.
jewffien.
Win And It sufficiently adhesive
*br their use, as has been proved
UU especially adapted
toleather,
•And we claim as an especial
merit, that it sticks Patches and
ry.inin-« to Boots and Shoes suffi
[clettUy strong without stitching.
IT 13 THE ONLY
LIQUID CEME.TT
Extant that Is a sure thing for
mending
FDa2, ?fer.T,
TOTS,
0!t lVoi£I,
And articles of Household Cse.
amlllcs*
It lo a Liquid.
remember,
Hilton’s Insolnbla Cement
Is*ln a liquid form, and as easily
applied as paste.
Bern ember.
Hilton’s Insoluble Cement
Is insoluble In 'water or oil.
Hilton’s Insoluble Cement
Adberea oily aobsUnccs.
Supplied Id Family or 3Cannfae»
tnrer*a Packages, from I ounces
(o lOt pounds.
HZLTOir BROS. ft CO.,
mu.
PBOVTDBNCE, B. L
Bold hr LORD ft SHTIC. Wholesale Druggists, 28
Lake street, Chicago, m., General.Western Agents. to
whom all order*may he addressed. Jjwr au
gLalletnanh’s irpetific.
u s E
T.AT.T.T’.MA’ND’S SPEOmO.
LAIXEUASD’S SPECIFIC win act cure an <U»
aasea. Is will cure
Bbenaatism, Goat and Neuralgia.
Hundreds hswe certified to this fact.
fot «• %s£’ss^sst^r U9§
J
J. a. BUD ft CO.,
nois-ra-te-wr** - AgeaaforOicMO-
[otte to Rippers.
VTOTICE TO SHIPPERS OF
t allow, labd, bacoh, pork, BBSS,
AJTD
General Western Produce.
■ Tua undersigned pay PAarrtcrxAS Attsxtios u
the sale of the ahoTO articles, and consignments sent
to then will be
PBOIPILI DISPOSED OX>
QUICK BEXUBNS MADE.
Ob very advantageous terras. Wo Una a WBKKLI
PBICB CURRENT of the ftbOTe articles, which wc
■wan ftkATia to those sending their address to
ABRAM KNIGHT ft SONS,
Itß-ttSMa 39 Water Street* If. Y. City.
*OMPLOTMENT
Xj a* tour own homes. _
-TnotiAua» caw auAi.iga a Dollabs
Wwwt.t No utensil* required except those found m
ereryhoneebold; prcfltslOQ per con*.; demand«•?“
asflocr.- It lathe greatest discovery of the *«e»
particulars rent on receipt of two ttaiepe fbr retorn
■lSßridKStt UDSBti B “JU£V
Co Comrattorß
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL
be received at the ofEce of the Minnesota Cealral
Railway company. in Minneapolis, Minnesota, until
Urn r*U» day of Wav. ISM at 12 o'clock noon, for Us
Grilling. Masonry and bridals? on tho branch Ua* •»
said roatlfrom Mendota to tft, Pool. . ._ .
This work com prices * large amount of send rocK
excavation, and ike m’w-'Ury ami superstructure of *
brirtee acres* UM*SH.-isi--ilppi Mver
NcticeU hereby given m** on or about the
date, the wort cf contplefinc the trading, maspury
and bridging on tbs mr.m l;np of -uiia road, fro n Fam
.banlt to tho lowa State Uoo, (J7) Qfty-.««ven mUc», will
be contracted for. . ~, , . .
The wcik upon the branch line Is of a very heavy
•character* and Is woruy the attindon of responsible
■ C PavaenSViU bo made monthly. In cash, and bite
received for the work in small or large quantities,
cornea ni reeervinrtne right to rejact any bUia no*
sathScwry aa to price or an to Uxa rteponaioliuy of
tlon may be mace to tba Company a Cblflf &ijiOfltv.
“ Sa, g , S I , iuBSBLAH. PrraWjat-
D. C, SoxTAU), Chief Engineer. apfrMCT-t*
HEADQUARTERS DEPART
n MKST of the CUMBERLAND ■:
Ome* Cinzv Cojouasaitt ov suaawrwjcn, )
CKATTANoorta T«'nn.,3farCb7tb, 18W. J
- PROPOSAL.^.
Scaled proposals are invited till Sth ef April. 1561.1C
fcciLbltin* the tabblstcnco Department with four tbon>
sand OJu>) bead af Beef Cattle on tba hoof. •
■The Cattle to be delivered at Nashville. Tena., aaC
welched on the scales and the weight so determined is
be thepnrehase weight. . -
' The Cattle required most average at least eleven bun
dred and fifty (MOO) pounds, and no animal will he ad
mitted wclahlnc let* than one thousand Cl." 1 *) pouair
grcoi. A rigid inspect lon will Unmade branch parson*
as the Government tnay direct at each delivery. BnHc.
Stags, Heifers and Cows not wanted.
A bond with good and smSclent security wilt be re*
anircd fer the falthiui performance of tba contract.
The time of the delivery of CattlowtU bo fifteen tefg
after signing the contract, and me thousand (i,wo>pet
week will be required till the contract la completed*
Bids directed to Lieut. Col. A. P. Porter, Chief O.B»
Department of the Cumberland. KaahTHlo. Tanm.aas
to to endorsee proposals for furnishing Bcof Cattle-
An oath of alfrEunce roust .ic company each bld.aac
no bid will bo entertained when the bidder 1a not
ent to rrvpocd. Payments will be made in certlflcattt
of Indebtedness. • ■
Fogat or Bu>.—l do hereby propose to lurnlsb
U. S. Subsistence Department with four thousand (iM&
heed of Beef Cattio on the hoof, in strict accordance
with condltlc&s of the encloced advertisement. to be
delivered atKnehvllle, Term..for thasem of ■ - par
hundred pound* gross weight. I otfer ea security to
my contract the names .of .of—-e«onli>
State or . A.P.POF.TKK, *
mhlS-ataa-Slt Lieut. Col, and Chief C. S. D. of ft.
Proposals for foragi
Cutar CrraxTsaacasm e arm,»
WAfHDmrOKDSPOT, OertOlbCT 1, IS6S, I
4 HALED PitUfnisALß ere Invite i by we under
for inpplyu-.g the C. 8. Qflintnnnitej e Dt
parmeat at Washington. D. C., Bairmoru. 81
Alexwadrla, tad Fort Mcuroa Va.ore*barof%«r
places, with Hsy,Com, Oats aae Straw „ „
Bios wHi be receive-' for the dadvery of 5,860 atiNl
ofsor« cr oa&'an; 50 tons of t-aj orj'iraw.oearvartfa
Bldncn niost its to at which of the above
points th«y propose to make deliveries, man the rater
stwnlr> tbeywliimaka aeßwwtes tbe-*wav mo qua*,
it? ofeacbartlch) oroposad to be tellvand, tba Utef
when saU ualiTerlM sbaßbe commenced, and o»g
v re cotcnlat*d. . „
Tts price mast oe wmten out in womc on Ota ttft
ikirnto to put up la good ctont sackA Oi about SWt.
bubals each. Oats la Mia tnr*ks, of abouttnrte bateau,
aach The sacra to b« fun shed without extra chanu
to use Ocvemmant. Thr hay ana straw U»beaeoßn&'
' M T'>4t)ar.imlarkind ordeacrtottonoroaa.eoro.Mfr
or straw, propoaad to be delivered must be stated at
rha proposals
All tho articles o&erad under us bids heroin invitee
win be railect to a rlglu Inspectioaby thsGovißT
ment Inspector before being accepteo.
Cot tracts will be awar.e • trom time to time to the
lo* e?t responsible tlar.er. aa tie interest of theHcs-
Ttumest way require auu psymsat wIU «> madewkC.
vtolc. amount contracted for shall have beta dp'
Uv<?r** aac aectpwd.
The biaccr win be reqmraa to accompany hu .
IK/jniwltiagaaraes/. aigaedbytwo respocatblepet.
sons, that m caiihlibl 7 is accdjt xi haorcneywrßL
sliMs ten days thereat:cr, execute the rostraetic:
the same witagooo anc sudJcent sureile* In a ssw
icaal to the amoast or the contract, t • deliver l*tt
- <oragc oroooaad la conformity with the terms of Ota.*
acversliemer*: ssi Is case the said bidder ihouMat;
to enter Into the contract, to nase gooe t.-ie
forsnee between the offer of said Db'aer and the nss:
lowest respossible bidder, or the person ro wroa ft**
ma'-ract may be awar. ea.
There'uonvihilltvorthejfusm'iton *coee besiwuc
or the i ertlhcate of a U S. District
CoUrcfor of or any other othcarunder t—.
Unl'.ed states &v or raipocribls perver
known to tala o&ea.
All blseers » m be duly co lined of the acctttMoe*'
TClenlou of thesf proposala.
The fell name and P O adcreaaofeachbtJdsraort
oo legibly written in Urn oropoaal
Proroeal* man be a-drs a«a to anjra-Jcr ucatn
D. if.Busker, Chief Depot Quartermaster. WasktaA
ton.D.C,aou should be pit,<lymarxda“
*jr Forage."
Bonds, in a rum eaual to the amount of the
Uvßcdoytoecot ractoraai Doth • isgnarauton. jso*
se required of :he successinl Dlddar or bidden wytf
*l^?MiktormalofbWs. rtaramoaa, and boodftmavkF
(Tow*. County, and --- ■ —■
Liha laMentwr, do hereof propose »o n.mie» »t*
deliver Co us United States, at tee tjnartcrmMte r
Department at - - , agreeably to ttio terms »•
Sar aovertl emeut, tovltifg proposal* ter for*«c
tnt ■» aahlugton Depot. December 8,1338. the m&e&
ag arUcl- i. vu :
-■■ buU'eis of Cora, la sacks, at per bushel of**
pounds.
— —psrbnsaelOfSt
poonai.
toaaot
~~ tons of baled Straw, at per ton of 2,fOOpouu£it
. Delivery to commence an or before tae——— o*£
of. , iss , usd to be complet'd oa or before c*
—ca/of— —■ .126 .and pleoge mjsalfto
ter into a written contract with the Unfrec Stata*.
with good ant*. approval securities, wttola tbs me*
oftmaaii alter oelnp nomtoz that my bid has Sec?
accepted. Ton? obedient servant, ..
Brigadier General z>. H Rucru*,
Chief Depot Quartermaster,
Wasatiuttou, 33. Q»
GUARANTY-
We, tks aadartignea, raiidsnta of ——, iamd
Counts ot—— .anaStataot -,hareoyjmailT*»*
severallv, covenant with the Unit e States, and mr>
antes In case the foregotav bid of —— - be acceptnd,
tl *t ne ordhey will, within ten days after the uatii
aace of said hid, execute-tie contrast rortaosKv?
with goon and suffldeiftsßretiea, in a stun equal to tfca
amount of the contract, to fumuh UHtoragapropiMW
Dconformltvte the terms «f advertUec.entcatettlbfr
cumber 8, ifiSS, under which tbs bid was macs, aid, :s
goaetbesald ■—— saall fall to enter Into a coniraof at
alorwald, we guaranty to make good the iiHTrr—ii
between ike offer by tip said ■ and tne aas9
lowwt responsible bidder or the person to whoa leg
be oc? hands and sas£y
I thi*- dai of . l^r^rnM
„VtJffry 4isfliiy that, to ttiwst or mykMWfl&a
iTwiSiit the above named guarantor* are good wt
SSrSbe^J^S 6 * *** tte ,saoaaV for wklOHua
**All proposals receive,--jgp this advertiseasM
will be openedaad t ( this o®co w.bff
BEBDAY and SATURDAY J each week, at Ik
Bidders are respectfully Invitee * Q present, a* w
opening of bids,** U they h. ruCMB.
CaU-sxn-Ou Geberal and bwanmm—
2To atcfltoctg.
£JHAiLBER OF COMiLE]
Plans for Sew Building,
Architects are invited to famish plans for a building
to be erected for the ”CHAJni*n or Cohmebcb oftboi
Cttt or Chicago,” upon a lot,comer Washington and
Laealle ftrccis, of dimensions and position as follows*
Lot sSxl?o, bounded on the north by Washington street
opposite Court House Square-Wit., wort by LaaaHe
street—lßo ft. south by an alley—33 ft., taat by a eoort
of 30 ft., reserretHbr access and light to the building®
the building to occnpy the entire lot.
The corporation la entitled to live feet area on tod
north, east and west sides.
BASEHENT.
To be sufficiently elevated to be well lighted, and to
be divided Into desirable offices for Commercial an*
Banking purposes.
FIRST FLOOR.
To be divided into general business offices, varying
s size and accommodation.
SECOND FLOOR.
Main baa for “ Board or Trade ” room ISO ft. by ftll
breadth of building, balance of this door to be divided
Into General Offices, with Secretary’s private office
Beading Koom, Writing Iloom, for the use of the mem
bers of tie Board, andiJlrcctora Boom. The height of
the main hall will be sufficient to admit of third floor
of offices, above the second floor offices, which will bn
required for Committee, Inspectors and store Booms.
The position of second floor offices may be mode sub
servient to convenience of entrance and best advantage
of main hall. The superstructure to he of Illinois
marble, or of pressed brick, or of both combined, metal
root, no dome. .....
The Board desire 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 arrangements for
heating with atesm or water. 30 feet under court oa
cast side, and under sldewalksion Washington and La
bile streets to be available for coal and water closets.
Cost of baildingftom *130,000 to SCCO.OtO- Flans to be
drawn on V scale Geometrical -rrawtncs. not colored—
“accomcaaled with full explanations. Kstimatca sepa
rate for each partof the mechanical work required lor
the crccUoa and completion of the building to be en
closed to the Chairman of the Building Committee,
which will be opened at noon on the FIRST OAT OF
MAT next. SI,OOO to be paid for the plana adopted-
Workinr plans and general architectural services, fbr
construction of building to be a matter of after ar»
cr Information will be tarnished oa appli
cation to tho Chairman of the Committee,
ca DANIEL THOMSON, Chairman,
JNO. L. HANCOCK,
• T.J.BBONSON,
GEO. F. BCMSET,
HUGH McLKNN’AI*.
- Building Committee.
' Chicago. March 13th.1861. mh29-aaJS-2w
iSopattneisijlp.
CO-PARTMERSIUP. —I have this
day associate! with me my son-in
Ll* CIUS C. PARDEE- The business wIU be continued,
hereafter under the name and Arm of
BTANTON & CO.
CWC3SO.Aj.ru Ut, IBM. U E DUG EE.3TASTON-
..
Dissolution.— The Co-part
ncrshlp hitherto esfstinc tm'er the name of
liltE* PORTER, isibla day rihuolyed by motu*!.
consent. The business of the old Urn win
opa-hflas-st
Tblcego. March 29,1354.
I OF CO-PART-
I J NsKsHlP.—Fuhllc notice U hereby given that
the copartnership existing beiweea Thomas Walah,
FrederickSchwarts and John Wool, under the name
ncd style of THOMAS "WALSH * CO., In the ifutr
Dressing Business, la disaaWed. . ,
All persona owing laid drm will settle ihelr accounts,
with Thomas Walsh alone- Neither of the other
»noc»«..Btl>orl»><t to
Dated Chicago, March 31, *_ _ap2-hAgL3Ua^
Loots anh Sijoes.
1864 ~ SPRING TRADE.
RAWSON & BARTLETT,
Mantuactnrers and Wholesale Dealers la
BOOTS & SHOES,
M Lnke-S*., Cklcaso, IU-
We haw« now on hand a wary large and well selected
stock of Spring Goods of .he very best maanfhetate,
usd of a superior quality to those usually ottered la
our purchases’ln Dicziia**, 1353,£ c»
the coming season, prior to the recent advances. w«
bellawa we can offer ravsvsx. vnjucxsCUTS to CUSS
ormit, visiting this market.
Wo eontinne to cake EXTRA. 3i2&9 and GOO®
BQQDaonrBPgCTaT.rrT. fo3l.w»3mU
Brugsjmh (Sfremlcals.
T H. REED & CO. f
# IMPOSTERS ASI> JOBBERS OF
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS
S3 Lake St., Chicago, 111.
ALSO, DEAL LARGELY IB
Points, Oils, Window Glass, Glss*.
ware) lurnlni Oils, Kerosene,
Sospmslcers* Stock, Manu
facturers’ Goods, Ac.,
Which we offer at prtcre M ““
chahU and Manufacturer*.
K-t.j
H. A-Hnauvr , „ ,
Stales.
- ffrm>kWK3f STAMDABB*"
im SCALES,
fm OF ALL SIZES,
Tslrbsaki, Greenlesf ft Os*
THLAKK-ST., CHICAGO.
acVraWHy
ICE.

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