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€l)icaga
TUESDAY, APRIL 5, ISfcL
XIXE NEWS,
When a chemist is busy with his processes,
Lc from time to time dips out and samples a
e moll modicum of his matter to test what
progress Is being made. Thepooular mind
i ? seething, boiling in the caldron of present
events. Occasionally a little scum is thrown
off, as in Coles county, recently. Don't be
misled by that, it is only scum. Be better
guided by such tests as those of yesterday,
and be convinced that the great process is
going on well Samples were drawn yester
day from points widely distant Connectlcnt
gave “bo muck for Buckingham ” that no
margin was left for Copperheads to base hopes
upon. St Louis, Cleveland, Dayton, the
home of Vsllandlgham, Ecokak, worthy to
shine in the frontlet ofloyal lowa, and Prince
ton, in the State of Camden and Amboy, all
gave decided proof that the Coppcrhead-anti
war element is pretty much boiled out Wo
shall evaporate the whole presently, all that
we do not precipitate ol course.
The death of Mr. Lovcjoy, who attributed
Lis original indisposition to the bad air and
defective ventilation of the Hall of tbe House,
Las attracted attention to the subject and
estimates arc being made of the cost of such
alterations as will make at least one side of
*tbe Hall communicate by windows with the
open air. Bad as was the atmosphere of the
halls of the old Capitol, it was preferable to
the entirely artificial atmosphere of the new.
The members of the House, f &
vast cast-iron box, breathe no air but that
which is pumped in, cither heated or chilled,
and receive no light that does not come
a double sky-light Wlllhyglenic
jdilloeophers tell us whether this may not be
alter all the clue to the rapid degeneration of
many of onr Congressmen. The question is
whether had ventilation will not cause bad
legislation. The present Congress has furn
ished abundant prool that they may go to
gether.
The news by the Hibernia announces the
-death of William Bingham, Lord Ashburton.
Deceased was the son of the more celebrated
peer and diplomat, the cotemporary of Web
ster, and whose name is given to the treaty
which fixed the northeastern boundary, in
1842, sanctioned all®- long discussion *as a
satisfactory adjustment of matters of pro
tracted controversy. The illustrious lather
died in 1848. His son just deceased was bom
in Philadelphia in 1799, inking Lis name from
his maternal grandfather, a distinguished
Pennsylvanian merchant and United States
Senator. The deceased is represented to
bsve been n nobleman of exalted private
worth, greatly interested In social reforms
and the Improvement of the condition of the
masses.
When yon hear a Copperhead bewail the
expense of this war, and assert that It must
be stopped to save an enormous war-debt,
tell him the lamentable story of old Green,
the Chicago banker, who most of our Chi
■cago readers will remember was tried once
for his life, on a charge of wife-murder, the
most frightful feature of his situation was
the invasion of his cherished hoards.. A new
trial was granted him on technical grounds.
Be forthwith called a council of war in his
cell, in the Chicago Jail, and gravely discussed
with his attorneys the probable cost of going i
on with the case. Thoroughly alarmed at;
the financial exhibit he hanged himself in his ’
■cell the same night to *ave tte a /*««. The I
peace demagogues would bring tbj« union to
the same fate on like grounds, but until poor
old Green’s actls approved by honest-minded 4
men the present peace schemes will hardly
pass muster as the best policy.
Later foreign advices by two steamers arc :
-elsewhere reported. There is a glimpse of 1
promise of a conference on the basis pro-I
posed by England for an adjustment of the :
Danish Question. Meantime the Danes are
holding out very stiffly at Duppek and defy !
any result that shall hringthem to humiliating
norms. - ” j
Wc sincerely hope the weakling Copper
head Eldridge, who misrepresents his Wis
consin district in Congress, will carelnllj
select an early occasion to move to adjourn.
It would be gratifying even to men who have
no respect for him to find him the father of
some measure however small, which was not
Instantly tabled. He got in the way yester
day twice, and was as usual, kicked to one
side.
Onr Paris letter in another part of this is
sue conveys an Important summary of for
‘eigD news, touching especially the Danish
•war, in which a new phrase is opened bj the
•death of the Duke of Augustenbeig,the claim
ant of the Ducal throne. But we cannot ro
.gord this latter erent as having taken place.
It appears the Archduke Maximilian is a
great spendthrift, has been assisted by his
brother many times to, a great extent, and
that the Mexican speculation is mainly enter
ed upon to fill his Dnkeship's empty pockets.
He is about to leave lor his new realm, so the
latest foreign arrival saya. His also repre
sented that Slidell has been again snubbed by
Max, who will not see him on any terms. The
new Emperor, it Is announced, will maintain
a strict neutrality In onr affairs, a kindness
we shall assuredly not repay him if the action
ol the House yesterday be any criterion. The
Committee on Foreign Relations it will be
a con reaffirm the Monroe doctrine.
Cairo dispatch brings highly import
ant advices from Gen. Banks 1 Department.
Onr forces arc capturing large quantities of
cotton in ’Western Louisiana.
In wontum the straight issue {between loy
alty and disloyalty has come to be complica
ted with local and personal questions. The
feeling is intense, but the direction and aim
of the contestants is not so plain to outsid
ers. One thing seems certain however, that
Copperhead tactics had very full sway at
the Leavenworth municipal election ycstCT
terday, and a most disorderly and disgraceful
scene of violence was the result. Mark
this, if any true loyal men in Kansas are
consorting with Copperheads to cany out
the revenges of a clique, they will have a
reckoning bitter in exact proportion to their
success. Bad company men these
peace demagogncs;bctterunite andput them
down and fight out fiunily quarrels after the
--Cops, arc buried.
Dayton, Ohio, the home of Yallandigham,
has freshly passed upon his case, and by a
handsome majority in the Municipal election
yesterday, utterly routed the Copperheads.
How will the man on, the border like the
news from home ?
THE SITUATION IN KENTUCKY.
Forrest is on his way south, so says onr
news from Memphis. We prefer, however,
to withhold fall credence from that state
ment until it is confirmed from other sour
ces. He came in strong force, and with a
mission, and we cannot believe we are not to
hear again of his whereabouts since leaving
Paducah until be turns np safe within rebel
lines in Mississippi. We are willing to be-,
lievc that he was severely punished at Padu
cah in proportion to the force engaged, but
this bore only light proportion to the main
body. There Is one thing that weighs against
Lis speedy retreat, or other movement, and
must explain the. delays in hearing from
Grierson end other Federal commanders ex
pected to give Forrest trouble, and that is, the
terrible condition of the roads, which well
nigh constitutes a total embargo on opera
tions. Wc have reason to believe that other
wise we should have known precisely
where Forrest Is and probably more about
him*
Ofie thing we do not hesitate to declare al
ready developed in the present situation, a
ecarcity of znen, and we shall be fortunate it
bj midsummer the need do not stand more
disastrously revealed. Wc have an army
pushed tar into the enemy's country with
long lines of. communication , guarded well
•enough it may oe from light guerilla dashes,
but vulnerable to more important move
ments made to create a diversion. We have
vet to leant that Eastern Kentucky is free
from the imminent danger of invasion, lor
■ which Forrest may be quietly hiding his
time. We regard the present rebel
scheme as a diversion in favor of the rebel
commander opposed to our force below Chat
tanooga. Have we men enough that can be
spared from the front to make all secure In
case the rebel plan be to throw an army be
tween Chattanooga and the Ohio .river? Is
not TndF«" fl wisejnjwying some attention to
Stale mUitajj oiganiration ? My it not be
possible that Illinois is losing precious time
in the lack ©fan adequate militia system?
A short time will lift the veil that now
alirouds the campaign and it is but prudent
to advise our readers that our Joe was never
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VOLUME XYII.
before bo determined, and tbit the task set
before onr commanders was never before eo
extended and eo critical.
»■« Deficiencies of Wisconsin.
The following table shows the quotas of the
▼arious districts of Wisconsin under the last
call, the deficiencies under the. same, and the
deficiencies under all the calls of the Presi
dent:
•-.£ » <o
{i mm
gi rj ß -sl|
■ SS : Ig
■: S rS3
: S'- :.~a. :
Ist Congressional Di5trict .....1,629 ’ eS* 'sT-s*
2d Congressional District.. ...l,BK 605 1,932
8d Congressional District 1058 C 65 1,823
4th Congressional District....l,22l 4M-. 1,685
. sth Congressional District... .1,812 1.17* 2.521
6tb Congressional District....tat 959 9,173
■ T0ta1...... 4593 35,469
Quota on ail tbc late calls amounting to TOO.*
900 men March Ist .12.489
Masters from March Ist to 10th 009
Masters from March 10th to 20th 821
Balance of deficiency March 20th, 1854.......10,739
The musters since March 20th, up to March
30th, for the State, are estimated in the Pro*
vest Marshal General's office, at about 700.
This leaves a deficiency up to March 80th of
.about 10,000, independent of the Fc*enlisting
veterans,. whose number is estimated at
about 5,000, leaving a deficiency of about
5,000. Enlistments in new regiments, it is
thought, will diminish this deficiency by
about 2,000.
Tcry Fairly Stated*
[From the Boston Transcript.']
The Copperheads of that portion of IUI
nois known as Egypt, hare risen in armed
rebellion against the Government. We were
told, at the beginning of the war, that there
•would be “two military organizations’ l in
the Free States, if “coercion’- of the South
was attempted, and the Illinois rebellion is
probably an indication that “the other or
ganization” is a reality as well as a threat.
« c are curious to know what Presidential
candidate the Illinois insurgents intend to
.nm, but wc suppose they will wait the de
cision of the Chicago Convention before
coming to a definite conclusion. In truth,
Copperheadlsm with arms in its bands does
not appear so mean as Copperheadlsm with
Reason In its heart and perjury on its lips.
Some people. may. be deceived by the orators
of Copperheadlsm, but nobody can misun
derstand the meaning of traitors who mur
der loyal troops of their own State.
TDE WAR IS ARKANSAS.
The New State and Its New Governor—'
Military Matters*
[From Oar Special Correspondent]
. Little Bock, March 25,1834.
Since I last wrote yon our election hai been held
and Arkansas is now virtually again in the Union]
. regenerated, redeemed and disenthralled. I have
I Just retained from calling on the Governor elect,
! Judge Isaac Murphy, and although oppressed with
; all the cares necessarily devolving on him as Pro
j visional Governor-made so by the unanimous
, voice of the Convention which framed the Constl
-1 tnticn which has just been adopted by so over
■ whelming a vote—the “Old Patriarch” -seems foil
, flTe years younger since the election is over and
• the State redeemed. Yoorrftaders arc doubtless
aware that Judge Morphy, the Governor elect, was
the only man who had the fearless courage to
t brave the storm of secession that carried this State
' out of the Union. Undaunted by threats and fear
less of consequences, amid cursing and shooting
and cries of “Kill him,” “Shoot him,” he
arose in bis seat, and, sustained by the noble con
sciousness of rectitude, when all present thought
his life would be the penalty, be calmly recorded
Ids vote “No I "—the only voice thus raised against
secession at the time, and solitary and alone his
vote stands upon the records of the Convention,
an undying monument of Ms earnest loyalty and
devoted patriotism. As £ looked this morning on
bis honest, earnest face, I could not but feel that he
was wearing laurels well and nobly earned, and
hope that be might live to “sec the result of his
labors” and the “work of his prosper.”
An expedition has just left here xntb which one
from Fort Smith under Brig. Gen. Thayer ia to co
operate, the object of which is to drive “ Pap Price”
from cur borders. Major Gen. Steele has taken
command of the expedition in person, leaving Brig,
Gen. Kimball in command of “ all troops alone and
north of the Arkansas river.'’ The unconditional
Union men arc jubilant over Gen. Kimball's being
placed in command here. Amongsuch, the feeling
is unanimous that he is the “ right in the right
place.”
The circular bo issued on assuming command,
and also of the address of Gov. Morphy sent with
the expedition, to be circulated lu the counties
through which he posses, are indicative of the char
acter of the men by whom they ore issued.
There is now in session is this city a U, S. Army
Medical Board, of which Medical Director Whitch
ell is President, lor the examination of medical
officers of the army for promotion. The Board
consists of Surgeon Whitehall, Medical Director of
the Department, Surgeon "Weeks, Medical Director
of the Eastern District of Arkansas, and Assistant
Surgeon Riley. Acting Medical Inspector of the
Department. We understand there are a number
of candidates to appear before the Board.
The weather here now is very flue, and vegeta
tion is pushing forward rapidly. Should the ex
pedition which left here prove the big thing that is
anticipated, yon will be promptly advised of it.
THE WAK Eff FLORIDA,
Expedition to Lake George—Capture of
the Sumter and Hattie Brock-1 Bril
liant Exploit—Rebel Impudence—De
setters.
[Correspondence of the N. Y. Tribune.)
Headquarters Diet. Florida, )
March 2*. 166t f
Some of the few and true friends ot the Union
cause, which we found In this place and vicinity,
cave ne information on onr arrival that a number
of steamboats might be found on the headwaters
of the St. Johns, or in its lakes and tributaries.
< The Sumter, Hattie Brbck, Reliance and Silver
Springs were considered the most valuable. As
soon as Col. Barton bad fortified his position at
Filatka. and felt folly able to take care of himself
and hold the pkee, some enterprising officers and
marines from the navy-yard resolved to make a
cruise up the river in search of these boats.
The expedition was considered fall of danger, as
it most necessarily be small, and go far from all
assistance into the enemy's country. Acting Mas
ter Champion and let Mate F. W. Sanborn, and IS
marines, volunteered to undertake the perilous
cruise. The Columbine, a steam-tug, mounting on
her prow one -dx-pounder, and a launch from the
Pawnee, comprised the fleet. On the morning of
the Ith,MastcrChnmplon leftPflatka, with the good
wishes and benedictions of Barton's army resting
upon him. The next day he entered Lake George,
and, after a short search, found the Sumter, a small
stern-wheel transport. It was made especially for
the carrying trade on the St, Johns, and Its tribu
taries. It Is of very light draught, and can ascend
far np these small streams into the interior, and
before the war did a very profitable business. With
his prize be relumed to PUatka and cast anchor amid
the welcoming hurrah of tbo army. The Sumter
contained a small cargo of ootton, resin and tur
pentine.
A second expedition was immediately planned,
and was ready to leave Pilatka on the evening of
the 12th, A prize crew from the launch was put
aboard the Sumter, and she was immediately put
into service. As Wore, the Columbine led the
wav. Only three days' rations was taken, and
when five cad passed, we, hearing nothing from
them, became a little concerned for their safetv.
But we knew Mr. Champion to bean earnest leader,
and that he was safe if nothing had befallen bfm of
| greater moment then a loss of rations. After a
little cruising about in lake George, he moved np
: the river, exploring every tributary, bay and se
cluded spot of that ragged and crooked stream, till
I PUatka was left some eighty miles in the rear. He
resolves to risk still farther, and on he goes np Into
Lake Bustard, but finds nothing. Lake Jesnp is
but a few miles farther on, and he pushes farther
up into that, with the same result. He determines
to see LakeHariiey, 130 miles from Filatka before
this broad and beautiful sheet of water
that perseverance was crowned with success. The
Hattie, ne she was fondly and familiarly called, was
found tied up in an ont-of-tbe way place and left to
her fate. Our men, wltbont opposition, towed her
Into a place of safety, and made some hasty exam
inations. She had on board 100 .hales of
cotton, a quantity of turpentine, a lot of resin, and
a copper boiler tar a turpentine distillery. It was
found that the side valves of her engine had been
removed, bnt wooden ones were soon encm
tiorlzed. and in four honrs steam was np and the
enlarged fleet moved down the rirer. ..... ,
The hold of the Hattie Brock contained 8 0 bales
of cotton. She baa cabins to accommodate 75 or
100 passengers, an excellent donble engine, nearly
■newTtmd cost about £20,000- She was the best
boat ever built expressly for the St. Johns trade.
On the way down, in passing Fort Gates, (an old -
earthwork built during the war with the Seml
nolcs). a volley of musketry was fired Into the
boats bnt without effect.- The Columbine s long
i gun, projecting over her prow, put the guerillas to
, fliuht, aud they were seen no more.
The most exquisitely painful part of the down
! ward .trip occurred at Enterprise—a small town on
l Lake Monroe. As the fleet moved np to the land
i lug, near where the * 4 Brook House ” stands, the
1 veritable Miss Hattie, afterwhom the boat, as is
j the wont throngbont the chivalrous South, was
> named, made her appearance on the verandah,
: overwhelmed with ««tnptnfrmpnt indignation and
grief, at the saw that her namesake, the pride of
I her life, bad fallen into the hands of the Yankees,
i The Utile blade eyed belle seemed like an
j angel angry. She was eloquent in her
) grief, and onr marines, poor fellows,
were cUd to get away as soon as they had
supplied their boats with ibcl. No mishaps oc-
CTurcd, and on the 20th, the expedition, without
Vi. 8 at Filatka, and on the 23d, were in
The whole affair Is regarded as one
1113 M'taat exploits ofthe TO. Ai
volunteer marines, it is
£ priz ? money (about $100,000) will
them—the Ilmen, two of them
During the cruise it was learned that the Silver
lna llr c e b *“ in ‘
S 'these
taetcof adventure and prizes
wIU not rest liU bolh are found and captured.
Tbouch the utmost pains was taken by the own
ers of these boats to remove them beyond our lines
ana keep them In concealment, yet they now have
the Impudence to come forward and reqnestthe
privilege of taking the oath of allegiance, of accent
ing the amnesty proclamation, ana tatin" posses
sion of their property again. But the* captures
were made by tte military power, by authority, at
great risk of life, and it is likely the pnxJgaU are
returning too late. Time will show.
come into our lines nearly every day, but they are
mostly persons of Northern birth, and were pressed
into the rebel service. Native Floridians, eapo
daDy the wreckers and upper classes, have not, as
a general «t»W, any more idea of abandoning the
rend cause than the leopard has of changing his
spots.
MEWS BY TELEGRAPH
FROM OHATTAHOOSA AND
BELOW.
THE SITUATION AT LOOKOUT
VALLEY.
THE WAE IN WESTERN LOUI-
SIANA.
Our Mower Cutting a' Big
Swathe.
From. Cairo and Below—Where
aborts of Forrest.
Military and Congressional Intel
ligence.
L-raa
ADEGISIOHINTHE GREAT QUICKSIL
VER CASE.
DISGRACEFUL PROCEEDINGS AT
LEAVENWORTH.
TlieDropsßefore the Shower
Union Victories at St* louts, Keo
kuk, Dajton, et al.
liic Ecbels Promise More Activ
ity Soon.
Highly Important Foreign News—
Mexican Matters.
T 9E WAS IIV LOUISIANA*
Highly Important irom Gen. Banks’
Army* .
[Special Dispatch to the Chicago Tribune.]
Alexandria, La., March 53,1
via Cairo, April 4. f
We are still waiting for Gen. Banks, who is ex
pected to-day. The water is nine feet on the falls.
On the 21st, Gen. Mower marched out 23 miles
west and overtook at Cotile, the retreating rebel
command of six hundred men' captured
the' mail carrier or courier, then surrounded
the rebels during. the night, . The result
was we took four brass field pieces,[casalons, two
hundred horses and three hundred prisoners,
including sixteen officers. This makes seventeen
guns Gen. Mower has taken since he came to Bed
river.
The Confederates are burning aQ the cotton on
the banks of the river in consequence of our navy
seizing it as prizes., Citizens say that Kirby Smith
would have spared it for sale.
The gunboat Bragg has established a blockade at
the mouth of Bed nver. Nothing hut government
boats are permitted to enter the stream. Many in
habitants of West Louisiana are anxious to get
North.-
SECOND DISPATCH.
[Special Dispatch to the Chicago Tribune.] ’
Alexandria, March 25,1964.
The main body of Gem Franklin’s army arrived
here this morning from Opelousas alter fifteen
days marching. It met no opposition.- The coun
try through which they passed is deserted of
whites and male blacks, who have gone to Texas.
The indications are that Banks' army will remain
there sometime, while a column under Gen. A. J.
Smith will soon move up the river to Shreveport
with tbf gunboats.
The navalauthorities bare been busy hanting in
all cotton on the river bants. It is supposed the
expedition will wait until’aH cotton.has beenaelr.
ed.
Gen. Banks and staff hare moved-their quar
ters on shore.- As an indication of the state of
society in Western Louisiana, officers have seen in
passing through, persons so white that* they have
been branded on the forehead with; the words
“ slave,” others had an X on the cheek to prevent
them from passing off as purely white blbod-.There
is an absurd rumor afloat that cotton taken by the
navy Is bought from Confederate authorities with
sterling bills,-
THIRD DISPATCH..
Alexandria, HardrST—p.at.
The advance column under-Gen. A. J.Amith, has
left Alexandria.
New.York, April-4.—The New York. Tritnnuls
Alexandria (La.) letter states:-A report Is current
among the eeccsh that Gen. Steele entered* Sbrere
■ *ort on the 17th. after ten hours' fighting. No eon
: idencc can be placed in the report, though it may
have occurred..
Our fleet was awaiting a rise in the Rod' River, to
)ass the falls.. Our gunboats-obtained over 30,000
ialcs of cotton.. Three thousand bales were burned
by the rebels aboard the steamer Falls City.
FROM WASHEVGTOA.
natters SlUUry and Congressional.
iSpeciaUMspatcti to the Chicago. Tribune.) .
Washctotox, April!, l99l.
Gen. W. F. Smith will not be connected with the
army of the Potomac in the coming active opera
tions, but will have an independent command In a
quarter that cannot now be indicated, but rumor
pays with Gen. Butler.. He did not return from
Fortress-Monroe with Gen. Grant.
To-day the nominations of Gen. Jas. B. Stead
man, of Ohio as General,and three Colonels,,
mentioned in yesterday's dispatch, as Brigadiers,,
were received by the Senate;-also that of Colonel;
McCook as Brigadier.
Col. McCook has been in command of cavalry
brigades and divisions In the army ot the Comber
land for nearly two years, and bas fairly earnedhis
promotion by faithful sendee and numerous bril
liant successes over the enemy. He has themoat
honorable official endorsements.
THE HAMMOND COURT MARTIAL.
Thos. A Scott, formerly Assistant Secretary of
War, was before the Hammond Court Mrxtial as
one of the witnesses for the defence. He denied
the charge that be had exercised his Influence in
laver ol Hammond's appointment as Surgeon Gen
eral upon a promise of the patronage of the medi
cal department to a house in Philadelphia, of which
Wyatt, a relation, was a member.
Be also gave reasons for the absence of Mr. Wy
attain Arizona, which, it is charged, was inten
tionally done to avoid being summoned before the
Court.
CONGRESSIONAL.
appeared on the floor of the House
to-day, having been absent since the second day of
the session.
The Senate was obliged to adjourn to-day for
want of a quorum.
The vote on Mr. Fessenden’s proposition, made
at a quarter past four, to lay aside the pending
amendment to the constitution in order to take np
the naval appropriation bill, eh owed bnt three
quarters of the Senators present.
The absentees were Messrs. Cowan, Dixon, Fos
ter, Grimes, Henderson, Riddle, Sherman, Wfildn
eon and Wright.
Dixon and Foster have gone to Connecticut to
vote. Hicks is sick In Baltimpre, and Richardson
is with his sick family In HUnole.
The Conference Committee on Disagreeing votes
on Montano bills are, on the part of the Senate,
Messrs. Wade, Lane of Kansas, and Spragne.
Mr. Howe spoke over three honrs in the Senate
on the pending amendment to the Constitution on
slavery, Eeverdy Johnson giving way to him.
MILITARY ORDERS.
Gen. Meade, in general orders, announces as
signments to doty oi officers in the Quartermaster's
Department; Lieut. Colce, R. N. Batchellor, W.
H. Owens, C. W. Tolies and J. B. Howard, are ap
pointed Quartermasters for the 2d, 6th, 6th and
cavalry corps respectively.
THE MZADB-EICKLE9 IMRROGUO.
The members of the Conduct ot the War Commit
tee express the opinion that the testimony taken
up to this time respecting Gen. Meade's campaign,
is Pennsylvania and Virginia will Improve rather
(haw detract from that officer's reputation.
SIS MISSED THE SERVICE.
Among the dismissals of officers last week is Sd
Lieut Harris, ofthe 19thOhioBattery,abseniwith
out leave.
1.0 t THE POOR INDIAN.
AHD reported In the Senate to-day from the
Committee on Indian Aflklre for aiding the return
of fugitive Indians in to their homes in the
Indian Territory appropriates two hundred and
twenty-three thousand dollars.
TRADE ON THE NORTHWEST FRONTIER.
Mr. Ramsey Introduced a hill in the Senate to
day, allowing the boats of the Hudson Bay Compa
ny on Bed Elver, to trade with the United States.
TH* QCABTEIOIASTBB'S PCTABTJCKRT. ✓
The Military Committee reported hack Wilson's
bin reorganizing the Quartermaster's Department
The only important amendment made by the Com
mittee is one giving the rank of Major to Division
Quartermasters, _ _ . ,
WasmsoTOS, April 4. —A Washington special
says Gen. W. F. Smith will command the troops in:
General Butler's department and personally con
duct the military operations..
In the Supreme Court to-day, Chas. Fosset appli
cant, against the United States, the opinion ortho
Court, delivered bv Justice Nelson, establishing
the Southern and Eastern boundaries of Fossett-s
grant. ~
The eastern boundary is the eastern base of the
Xjow wtn, thus throwing the mine on Fossett's
ranch. The Court ordered a decree confirming the
survey of] SCO, and filed in the January following.
There was a large attendance to hear the decis
ion In thin qoicknver case, and on the delivery of
the opinion parties rushed to the telegraph office to
advic« distant friends. The excitement was only
equalled by the whisky and cold bills.
Washington, March 4.—Associate Justice .Nel
son, In delivering the opinion in favor of the
Quicksilver Mining Company, to-day, said that if
the Court for the Northern District of California
had conformed to tbe mandate of the Saprcme
Court in "entering the . survey, this controversy
would have thus been‘closed. It appeared from
- the opinion, thot the California Conn was influ
enced* by a law of Congress which allowed appeal
from surveys In private land claims. The altering
of the line .fisdnff-the boundary in dispute was
whollv nnsustalncd. If it was competent
to one lino it was competent to
chance all. The merits of - the ' case
apart from this boundary did not enter into this
opinion. The Court to-day ordered, adjudged and
decreed that the decree of the District Court of the
United States, of the Northern District of Califor
nia, in the case of Fossa!, appellant, -against the
United States is reversed, and the cause remanded
to tbe raid District Court with directions to enter
a decree conformable to the snrrev, approved by
tbe Surveyor General, December 20,1680.
Justice Clifford, who' alone dissented from this
opinion, said the property was worth twenty mil
lions.
. From a letter of Attorney General Bates, and the
legal papers and other documents accompanying
it which were communicated to the Senate to-day,
relative to the bequest of Commodore Levy of the
homestead of Jefferson, to the United States, It ap
pears the property includes Montlcello. $200,000 in
real estate to New York and SIOO,OOO In stocks. It
is bequeathed to trust for an agricultural school
for the support and education of the little children
of warrant officers ol the navy.
The case having been taken to the New York
Conn of Appeals, Attorney General Dates sus
pends any recommendation at present bat is dis
posed to look with favor npon the assumption of
eych trust for merely charitable objects..
fllio Secretary of the Treasury has determined to
Issue to parties preferring them 10-40 bonds bear
ing interest from dates of subscription, thus avoid
ing the necessity of paying accrued Interest from
March Ist, as required under former instructions.
This arrangement extends to all the agencies for
the sale of this loan.
FROM GEN. THOMAS’ ARMY.
The Situation at Chattanooga and
Below.
[Special Dispatch to the Chicago Tribune.]
Lookout Mouktaik, March 31,1
Via Chattanooga, April 8, 1561. f
The movements of the enemy in this neighbor*
hood daring the last few days have been such as
to attract the careful .attention of tho Generali
commanding and their subordinates. Gen. Tyn
dale’s scoots hare been attached near Caperton’s
Ferry, and were driven by the rebels to within
three miles of onr camps at Bridgeport. Another
party of onr scouts report that 150 rebels entered
some cave within A miles of Cassandra. Small
squads of rebels arc prowline about In Lookout
and Sand Mountains, and several gaps are held by
them. Citizens report that a whole regiment of
rebels arc on Lookoot Mountain. Yesterday, and
at all hours last night, mounted patrols were sent
out in various directions, and this morning a con*
siderablejforce of infantry, accompanied by a troop
of mounted men, started up the valley to make a
thorough recoDUolssance, with a view to ascertain
the force and movements and intentions of the en
emy. A scooting party has just returned from a
reconn Distance as far as Trsnton. They report the
presence of rebels In small squads.
The 11th Corps is in good condition to suppress
any demonstrations or attacks of the enemy. We
shall soon have more heavy artillery, which can he'
made very effective from the heights in our posses
sion. Our supplies can be drawn from Chattanoo
ga In the event of on attack on the Nashville
railroad.
We have Had heavy gales and rain since the snow
storm. It is* now bright and pleasant, though
there was a slight sprinklingjjf snow early this
morning. The hospital and many ojber tents have
been blown down. The huts of the men are com
plete, and veiy comfortable, baring flre-places, and
being In many eases roofed with large split shin
pies or “shakes.”’
Drilts—company, regimental and brigade—are
now the order of the day. Inspections, of themost
searching characters still continue, and the observ
ance of “Regulations” ia insisted upon by com
manding officers.
FROM HABISOX
Adjournment of the 'Wisconsin Lcgls*
lattrre.
[Special Dispatch to the Chicago Tribune.]
Madison, Wls., April 4 r 18W.
The Legislature adjourned at noon to-day, and
most of the members IciVfor home this afternoon.
The bill passed both Hoases this morning appro
priating $2,623 to aid in establishing the Soldiers’
National Cemetery at Gettysburg.
In addition to those heretofore reported, Mils
were passed to reduce the expenses of
the courts of Milwaukee county,
to amend the charter of the Tomah and T.nir» St.
Croix Railroad, by changing the route to the
disadvantage of Black River Falls.
The Senate this morning wae opened with the
presentation of Appleton's Encyclopedia and seve
ral pieces of silver plate to tho Licntenant-Govcrn
or by Senator Van Wick, on behalf of the
Senators. Resolutions highly complimentary
to the officers of the Senate were moved
by Democrats and adopted. Speeches were made
by Wilkinson, Clark, Vilas, Frost, Earnest and
Chandler, expressive of the most cordial feelings
of good wQI toward each other..
In the Assembly resolutions of thanks to Us offl.
ccrs were unanimously adopted; and the session
was enlivened with various humorous proceedings.
Speaker Field made a very appropriate speech
priccto declaring the Legislature adjourned, which
wan ordered to go on the journal.
Treasurer Hastings left for the East to-day, and
Gov.. Lewis goes on Wednesday. They will be
absent about three weeks. Lieut. Gov. Spooner
will fill the gubernatorial chair meanwhile.
There Is ranch activity about the city election to
morrow, and as there is great dissatisfaction
among the Copperheads, Ynlcai men hope for the
success of their ticket.
FROM CAIRO AHD BELOW.
RUltarr matters—movements of For
rest* Ac.* Ac.
[Special Dispatch to the Chicago Tribune.]
Cairo, April 4,1861
The steamers St. Patrick and Constitution have
arrived to-day. bringing Memphis dates to the Sd.
They contain no news of Importance.
The steamer Glasgow brought the news of the
capture of large quantities of cotton np the Red
river by onr naval. fleet, corroborating the state
ments of yonr Alexandria correspondent. Pfia
The officers stated the prize as high as 80,000
bales, which is probably an exaggeration.
The U. 8. steamer New National Is coming np,
loaded with cotton, and having two barges in tow
loaded with the same commodity.
Nothing new from Forrest,. AUlsqnlet at Pa
ducah to-day.
Cairo, April steamer Constitution, from
New Orleans the 26th olt, arrived to-day with, a
cargo of sugar and molasses for Cincinnati and St.
Louis, and also brought up 426 mules and seventy
wagons belonging to the 17th army corps, which
were pat off here.
•iho let Indiana artillery, veterans, COO strong,
arrived here enrontofor New Orleans. A portion
of the 80 Minn csoUk. numbering 300, veterans, also
arrived en route for Little Rock.
Memphis dates of April 2d contain no news.
Memphis, via Cairo. April S.—Forrest, at last
accounts, was at Jackson, Tennessee, apparently
preparing to move South.
Chalmers is reported to have a considerable
force at Grand Junction and Bolivar.
Grierson's cavalry arc all ont, and will give For
rent some trouble. •
In a fight near Somerville, Tennessee-, Col. Nash,
of the Ctb Tennessee cavalry, reports a loss of three
officers and seventy-five men killed, wounded, and
missing.
Advices from Vicksburg to the 20th, report all
quiet.
No news from the Red river expedition.
Lee and Wirt Adams are reported near Canton,
Mississippi, with their commands.
FROM LFATE3iW«RTII.
A Characteristic Copperhead mode or
Carrying an Election.
[Special Dispatch to the Chicago Tribute.]
* Leavenworth, Kansas, March 4, 156 L
At the election yesterday the polls were seized by
a mob in the interest of McDowell, the Carney
and Copperhead candidate, and Mayor Anthony
and many of his friends were knocked down and
brutally beaten.
The City Marshal was assaulted and dangerously
wounded.
Armed men took possession of the polls early in
the morning and defied the city authorities.
The military were called on by the Mayor to pre
serve order, hut their assistance,was refused.
Gen. Davie, the District Commander, leaded
orders that the soldiers at the Fort should not visit
tke city unless entitled to vote, bnt the order was
openly violated.
Gen. Curtis was absent.
Intense excitement exists, and the beat citizens
denounce the election as a three and a fraud.
The Copperheads are jubilant.
Other dispatches say that Anthony tried to excite
a mob, and closed the Ist and 4(h Ward polls, bnt
the people compelled him to open them again. . .
ITo the Associated Press.]
St. Louis, April 4.—At the election In Leaven
worth, Joseph L. McDowell and his entire ticket
was elected by from 600 to 800 majority.
At noon Mayor Anthony issued a proclamation
closing the polls, rafting on the citizens to assist
him to preserve the peace which was disregarded,
and the voting continued. Rioting was indulged
In to a considerable extent, and several persons,
including Mayor Anthony, were beaten -with re
volvers and driven from the polls.
From New York.
New York, April 4.— There was no second stock
board to-day In consequence of the opening cere
monies of the Sanitary Fair, which were very im
posing. The procession of military, firemen, &c.,
was of immense length. The streets were throng
ed, and much enthusiasm was manifested.
The subscriptions to the 10-40 loans at the First
National Bans to-day were $383,000.
Indiana Getting: Beady.
Cincinnati. April 4.— By order of Gov. Morton,
the entire Indiana Legion are getting themselves
In readiness to take the field at any moment to re
pel invasion. A gaacd review of the Legion, num
bering 20,C(0 men. fully armed and equipped, trill
be held on the 15th lust.
A Bald on tlie Bcdsldns.
Leavenworth, Ks., April 4.— The Denver Jfoe»
of the 9th Inst, says a party of citizens and sol
diers went out from Fort Craig on an Indian hunt
a week or two since and killed twenty; among
them the noted war chief Delgadlto. The whites
suffered no loss.
Dfovemenis of Gem* Grant*
Washington, April 4. —Gen. Grant accompanied
by Gen. Rawlins and Col. Comstock arrived here at
noon, to-dav, from Fortress Monroe, He will prob-.
ably go to tue army of the Potomac to-morrow.
CHICAGO, TUESDAY, APRIL 5,1861,
FliOM ST. LOUIS.
[Special Dispatch to the Chicago Tribune.].
St. Louis, April 4,136 L
The Radicals heat the combined Copperhead
Conservatives today, horse, foot and dragoon,
electing Thomas, the Radical candidate for Mayor,
by upwards of twenty-three hundred majority, and
carrying seven out of tea Wards of Councllmen.
Push on tbc column.
St. Louts, April 4.—lncomplete returns Indicate
the election of James £. Thomas, Sadies! candi
date for Mayor, by 2,000 to 2.500 majority. The
new Council will have four to six Radical majority
THOM. CLEVELAND.
{Special Dispatch to the Chicago Tribune.!
CLBvttAJO), April 4,1831.
The City Election to-day resulted In a majority
of fifteen hundred for tbe Union ticket. Only a
light vote was polled. The majority is the heaviest
ever known on eo cllgbt a vote.
DAETON (O.) MUNICIPAL
ELECTION.
flow are You, TaUondlgham?
Datton, 0., April 4.—The municipal election
passed off quietly. The whole Union ticket Is
elected by an average majority of 300 on the home
vote, .
Tho Union ticket succeeded lo every ward.but
the 4th, on the, Councilman and School Board,
which changes the political complexion of both
those bodiep.
The Coimcctlcnt Election. *
Nxw Have.*, QL, April 4.—Forty-nine towns in
Fairfield, New Haven, Middlesex, New London
and WU dhaip connlics, give Buckingham 4,000 ma
jority. Indications arc that the Union men have
carried 36 out of 21 Senators, and two-thirds of the
House of Representatives.
Princeton JS. J.) municipal
Election.
Princktok, N. J.. April 4,—The election for bor
ough officers took place to-day. The entire Union
ticKut was elected by 30 majority. The Democrats
had 80 majority last year.
fieoknkllnaicipal Election.
Keokuk, lowa. April 4.-3. W. Hiatt, the Onion
nominee, was elected Mayor to-davbygas majority.
This Is the largett majority ever'given at a citr
election. J
Tlie Pirate Alabama,
New York, April 4.—The pirate Alabama was at
the Cape of Good Hope, Feb. I9th, with thirty of
her crew tick of yellow fever.
Departure of Key. Dr. Bellows.
Nrw York, April 4.—liev. Dr. Bellows eafiod to
day for California.
LATER FROJZ EUROPE,
Arrival of the City of London and
Hibernian.
New Tons, April 4.—'The steamer City of Lon
don, which left Liverpool at ll o’clock on the morn
ing of the 23d, and Queenstown on the 34th ult.,
arrived here this forenoon.
The New York correspondence of tho London
Star says: “ The American Government will sur
render the hark Saxon, seized by the Vanderbilt.”
The London in an editorial on American
affairs, sees no advantage on cither side, and no
foreshadowing of the end. It says: ” The only
thing certain is that there will brno intervention.
The Americans will work out the result by them
selves.”
Garibaldi was expected to land at Southampton
in about a week.
The London Morning Herald says: “Unless Na
poleon ahd Maximilian recognize the Sooth, the
establishment of the Nlexican empire will be a
fruitless expenditure of strength by France, and
ezd In bnmiliatlon to an concerned.”
There has been no additional fighting in Jutland.-
A aeml-ofilcia] Copenhagen paper says: *• Den
mark has not acceded to an armistice, as she can
not entertain a surrender ofDuppel, nor consent
to the present position of affairs being a basis for
the suspension of hostilities.”
It is stated that Napoleon is much gratified by
the expression of the English sentiments in the
recent Mazzlni debates in Parliament.
Bourse steady— Co\o 90c.
LATER-ANOTHBR ARRIVAL.
Portland. April 4, —The Hibernian from Liver
pooL 24th, tio Londonderry, 25tb. baa arrived.
Tbe Germane have abandoned tbe siege of Fre
derica. v"
The pirate Florida arrived at Santa Cruz, -Teno
riffe, on the 4th of March, and sailed on the SUL
The United States chip St. reached 'Santa
Crnz on tbe 6th.
Maximilian embarks for Mexico on the 15th of
April.
No business doing on the 25th, being Good Fri
day.
LATEST VIA QUEENSTOWN.
Liverpool. March 34.— Lord • Ashburton is dead. -
Tbe Banish Rigsdag dosed on Tuesday. Tbe
King said: We are still alone, and know not bow
long Europe' will look upon the acts of violence
perpetrated against ns. we are ready to do every
thing that may serve to establish peace, but tbe
period Is stQL distant when we shall submit to a
humiliating peace.
London, March 24.—The Confederate loan Is
68Cfe64.
The London Time* has a telegram from Vienna,
stating that * tfao confeienco proposed by England. l
without a detailed basis or an armistice, is accept*
cdbr Auetrii and Prussia, The territorial Intent
ly of the Danish monarchy, under the present dy
nasty, will be maintained. The conference meets
at once. - , '
The London Globe says: “ The Emperor Maxi
milian will adopt the policy of strict neutrality to
wards the Confederate States. The Government
at Washington has not agreed to accredit an envoy
to Mexico without conditions.”
The dla tor ban ccs in Pesth, Hungary, appear to
have been serious. Fourteen persona belonging
to the higher class were arrested, and 1,600 arms
seized.
The following Is a summary of the news sent out
by the Heda, from Liverpool, on the 25d.
• Four new paddle steamers bnDt of steel and of
great speed are ready to leave Liverpool to run
the blockade.
The pirates of the schooner Oerity were again
remanded-by the magistrates in order to allow the
prisoners- an opportunity to consult superior
courts. The Judge of the Assize at Liverpool ro
tated interference.
Maximilian win officially receive the Mexican
Deputies on Easter Sunday. A Minister wilt then
be appointed to countersign the act of the new
Emperor.
The London Globe says the policy of the new
Emparor will be strictly neutral, lie will not re
cognize the Southern Confederacy. Slidell has
been refused an interview with the Archduke while
at Paris.
The Pope’s health Is said to he improved.
I.OYALTY OF
SOLDIEBS.
Reiter of 250 Bcbjel Prisoners to Gov.
Hall a—They Wlidito Keturn.lo
a Free State.
Nrw Obleanp, March 24.—Gov. Hahn has re
ceived the following patriotic letter, signed by five
well known creole citizens of Louisiana, in their
own behalf, and in behalf of two hundred and fifty
of their comrades, prisoners at CampHorton, Indi
anapolis :
HoN.Mi<msLHAinr, Got. oC the State of La.:
Sir—'The undersigned have hail 3d with, acclama
tions Tonr election as Governor of the noble State
to which we belong. Our school of misfortune has
taught ns experience, and like yon we see that the
only coarse worthy of oar noble State la to resume
her place In the proud, and glorious sister
hood ta which she once belonged, and to throw off
forever the enrae attached to onr Institutions. We
believe slavery to be no more, and pledge ourselves
to assist you m your endeavors to eradicate that
evil. We beg ot you to help our return U> onr na
tive State, and to demand oar release from the au
thorities at Washington. AUcitlzcasofLonlsiana,
we wish to return to her and assist yon in the glo
rious work of her resurrection. The- old State,
with its institution of siaveiy, is now dead: let
now the new and free State of Louisiana arise from
the ashes of her mother, and, guided by your aide
hands, assume in onr Union the place to which sho
Is entitled. Hoping, sir, that you will listen to onr
prayer and consider this onr humble petition.
We remain, respectfully.
Your obedient servants.
CavpHobtok, Indianapolis, March9,lsCl.
Wanted, by a smart, thoroughbnsiaesa young man.
who has been in the business ten rears, a sltnailon ax
salesman and shipping clerk.. Gan giro the beat of
__ ... _ . i references from last employers. Address “G PC,”
Markets by Telegraph. |
Milwaukee Marked
[Special Dispatch to the Chicago Tribune.]
Milwauebi, April 4,1564.
Flottb—firmer.
Whxat—received 6,000 bn at Jfc higher. Sales this
morning werel2,ooo bn No 1 Spring and Winter re
ceipts at |1.15®1.15Y; 5,000 bn do In elevators Aor B,
at 250 bn No 2 Spring and Summer receipts at
$1.12; 1,400 bn milling, del at |I.U. Sales on 'Change.
7XOO Ko 1 Spring and Winter receipts et sl.ls><®l.lSX;
6*700 bu No 2do at fI.U; 2,000 No 1 Spring and Sum;
mer receipts at $1.17; Mil No 1 do del* at $1.17. No
market at Newhall House to-night.
Oats—quiet but steady.
Cobs—unchanged. Sales—l.2oobanew shelled del,
at 83c.
Bahlst- firm. Sale*—2oo ba No 2 del, at $1.21.
Rrz-Bteadj. Sales—73 bn del at 66c.
Pbotibionb—firm. Sales—l,ooo lbs smoked boms
plain at 14c.
St* loonis Market*.
[Special Dispatch to the Chicago Tribune.]
St. Loins, April 4,1861.
Tobacco—Steady. Sales II hhds factory at 13.41®
8J0; 29 do planter*'do at SABO®9.IO; 15 do common
loaf at $9.40®14A0; 11 do rejected.
Flo üb—Very firm. 6alesl*MobrlsTroyCity Double
Extra, delivered at Chicago, S3X6; 300 do branded
Double Extra, at SABO, inspected.
Gbais—Wht at—Sales 415 sacks choice at SLSO«
Oats dull; saleslOSsacksatSSe; 57S do at 87K- Corn
—holder* firm s sales 125 sacks new White and old at
tlX9®lAT|; 800 do new at SIOO. Rye and Barley
sales comprise 2SO sacks Rye at 95®96e; 62 sacks
spring Barley at $1.50:40 do spring, lor seed, at $1.73.
WmsxT—Sales of ISSbrlsatKc; 50 do at 96c.
PonTr-Sales of 500 brls Mess at $22; <0 casks and
1,660 balk shoulders, on private terms.
Memphis Cotton Market,
Mxvrms, April 2.—' The Bulletin says: The cotton
market continues firm but quiet. There was con
siderable inquiry but tittle offering. Bates are up
ward. The market closed on the lit with auadvance
on all qualities of Molc aboveprevlons quotations.
The Influx, during the past twenty-four hours la 300
bales from White River,73 bales from the country.
The shipments Nonb since the last report amount to
2,0r0 bales. Middling to. Btrics9®6oc; good 61062 c;
ialr 66c-
Philadelphia Markcwdiprll 4,
Bbxadbtuws—Generally doll and. unchanged,
Kloub—ln limited demand.
W&xat—Dull'at SI.BOOIXO for white; *1.F:®1.70 for
red. Corn dull at f 1X001.22. Oats steady at 88033.
Cormx—Advanced,
New York Mining. Stock—April A.
Mining stocks—Montana 70: Norwich 9; Piarentla
3; Flint steel 16: Isle Koyale 2SK; Central Gold 17:
iiacomb 2X : Enreta 2Jj; Carp Lake IK- •
Boston Stock Market—Aurll 4,
The Boston quotations for mining stocks arc: Cea*
tral TO; Franklin ; Hancock 13; Boron 31.
New York Market-April 4,
Comos—Quiet and steady at *Cc for middling np
land, and 72®73c for low middling. h r
Flouh—Shade firmer at $6.8506.95 fbr extra state:
S7JSA«XOtor round hoop Ohio; fLdxtSXj for trade
brands. Market c'oslng quiet and firm
Wbisst—Without any decided change. Sale* at
for state and $1X401,05 for western.
*Gbai»—Wheat quiet Mid firm at *IX2OIXS for Chi
cago sprieg; fl.Wol.tt for Milwaukee; stA߮l,7ofot
winter red western. Com quiet fproTd n*ixM
POCSOHc Btore * Usts—Little more actlrv at
Wooiz-i-Qulet and without decided change. •
PnoTtsioss—Pork—Shide firmer, and in gat'd «U’-
£V&iL , ?? ,^® 22S * f " r mem; «S2.2Te«AU?oI(J do :
*-4.0C<a54.50 tor new do* JI3AC©2IJ)O old and new
prime: t24J»-314.50 prime roes, including excr.t‘
cl .y, do £23.o'> • also, 600 bbls ce w mess, including ex
tra city do., at «23.(-0: also 500 bids new
mes-S for May, buyer's option, aJ $24.75.
end 600 do, Jane delivery, buyer’s option, at 533.
Beef in fair request and firm. Cut Meats steady.' Ua
cen Sides la moderate demand at 13e tor Western
and Cumberland out, 12Jfc for do short-ribbed.-12Vc
for do long dear, and live for do lone cut Earns.-
Lard dull at iSfiisyc. Butter firm at SOAIOc for Ohio
aud for State. Cheese steady at [email protected]
The Foreign Markets.
Per City of London J [By Telegraph.
Lztzbpool, March 2S—a. «.
Co nos—Sales Monday and Tuesday add up 9,W0
mnes. Market dull and easier, and quotations Irregu-
Bbxasstupps—Flour quite neglected and nominal.
Wneatlotolrderaand’atßtcadyprlces; B-d Wcs:ern
&r&B*Bd too ns; Corn quiet at 2SsSd 980 as for
Mixed.
T iS I°? ,B - :Tsc e Lqni c*-, Pork quiet at 70s. Bacon
anil atcSssi«s for prime: Lard quiet and unchanged.
PnTP.onarK—Quiet at ls9d«ls9J4c tor Reflned.
Lqkdon AUi:xktm—Dnadatuffa In fair demand at
about last week’a rates. Sugar unchanged.
„ CXTZS.
Corroir—Sales tor the week, 83,500 kales. Market
Irregular and dull at Jf decline tor American.
BBKXDSTUrra—Quiet,, steady and unchanged.
PaovisiONb—lnactive, but ratea steady.
fiSSfe SIXS!)1 * : m ' C “-
lavxnpooL, March 21.
Manchester markets very dull. Prices still declin
ing. Breadstuff* quiet and steady. *
Ftoun—Very dull and nominal.
,N^"' qalet and steady. Bed Western, 6s
438eSd. Corn qoiet and steady at 28sSd for Mixed.
I’botibions—Tend downwards. Beef quiet. 2sßd
lewer. Pork quiet, 10s. Bacon downward tendency
Lard quiet and steady. Petrolenm dull.
New York Slock Market— April 4*
Stocks—Better and active. C. &R. 1.125J4 1 C. B.
&Q. 145*5 Ml!. &P. DuC. 875< ;dO 2d pfd.9>; Toleflo
& W. 67; dopfd.Bl: U.S.6aS-2«sUOK: do rejrtd.lll; O'.
S. 1 jcar;C. 90<4: Me. 6s
84^; Penna Coal, 223k: Erie 125*; do prefd. 112k;
Hudson 169: Harlem 85>4 : Rcadhie I3ojf; M Clsok:
MS 118k: do Qta 151J4; C&P 193J4; (fiTH'lk.Tl
10; QACI27K: PFt«F&C U5V> AATflffljdo
prefd 100>4; CAN W67V: C * Mar ds Cln
Ist preferred 88; 2d do Hannibal & St Joe 51:
preterred 75 : Mississippi A Missouri 67; NY Centra!
1I4K; Pac. Mall ZH, >. 6U; Quartz Co. Soy; Gregory
Co. eO: PasaaleCo. 8)4: Wyoming Valley 10(X: Eo
poke 16)4; Dei. & Hud. 3V; Canton "V; Am. Coal
IR7KLC.<kP.4Ih9O; P. F. W. &C. 2fl 112.d0 3d 101;
C. AN. W. Ist 93K; do sinking fund bonds 110; pao.
R.R. bonds CO: 0. AM. certs C.& A. Income
bonds 91 ex. tot.
New York Honey Market—April 4*
Mourr—Market active and steady at 6®7 per cent
Exchange—Firmer and'(inlet at iso®
Gold—firmer—opening at 61, advancing to G7K, de
clining to GTK.aad doting qnlet at 674; pretn.
Government Stnceb—Steady; 5-30 coupons 110®
New York Bank Statement—A pril 4.
Increase In loans $|,6M,«52
Decrease In specie
Decrease in circulation I3,tST7
Increase in deposits 2,333,533
Ncln ahbcrftsemenfs.
APR. and MRS. PAT O’HARE.
-LT_l_ Along with Mr. Malory,
Went Friday to the Fenlaa Fair,
And then to Everitt’a Gallery,
157 Lake street, corner of Lasalle, where they procured
Cartes de Ylslte at 42 per dozen.
„ „ w _ WM. M. EVERITT, Proprietor.
BAT NIAS, Operator. ap£c3Mt
attention, sir knights.
JljL. A Stated Conclave of Apollo Cammandery, No.
1, Knights' Templar, will be held at their asylnm. Ma
sonic Temple, this (Tutsdav) evening, April sth. at
TO o’clock. J. A. MO.VTSOUEfiV, Recorder.
apS-dlSlt
PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY.
Tbe regular Mmi-suaial meeting of the mem
bers Of the Philharmonic Society will be held at the
School of Trade Booms. Profess*r J. Dybrenfurth,
corner of Lake tad Wells streets. onTnesdsy ■evening,
April sth.at 9 o’clock. Proposed amendments to the
Constitution will also-come before this meeting.
aps-clßi-lff OTTO 11. MATZ, Secretary.
A. BROWN’S
MONONCAHELA,.
Genuine brand, for sale low to the trade. CABSIL
LT A C 0.,8 sooth Wo'er street. aps-clS33t
EYE AND EAR.—Deafness,
Blindness, and all diseases of the Eye and Ear,
continue, as lor twenty-eight years post, to receive the
especial attention of Dr. UNBerwOOD, Oculist and
Aoiist. 124 Randolph street, Chicago. Operations for
Cross Eye. Cataract, Artificial Pupil,Ac-.&c., skillfully
performed. apVcSO-gtoet
Depot quartermaster’s
OFFICE. Chicago, 111., April 4tb, 1564.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY
A WAREHOUSE
FOR THE MEDICAL PURVEYOR;
©Debating a good office preferred. Parties having
such a building will please call at my office.
J. A. POTTER,
aps*7Mt • Captain and Depot Quartermaster.
BOARD OF TRADE.— As there
was no choice for President of the Board cf
Trade at their election ontbeUb Inst., there will be
ANOTHER ELECTION
For President, on This Day, the stb of April.
Polls Open from 10 o’clock A*.AS.
until 4 P. 31,
The Tellers Of Monday win act.
ap5K-M2.lt JOHN F. BEATT, Secretary.
TAKE NOTICE.
There will be for rent from the Ist of May next, sev
en of the offices on ground Uoor and basements In the
Board of Trade Building,
Sonth Water street. Inonlre of
P. B. ULAN CHESTER Sc SONS,
»p5-cll2-lt net tOLasalle street,
Q.UNS, GUNS, GITN.S
The most tall and complete assortment of doable ami
and single barrel*
Shot Guns, Rifles, Revolvers and
Sporting Apparatus
Of all kinds at Wholesale and hetall ever offered In
this market, can be found at QEO. T. ABBEV’S
IS6 Labe street.
fxf'Accntforllazzard’aand Dupont’s Gunpowder
and St. Louis Shot. apS-cTO-fltnefr
LOUISUXA
QIK6EB WINE,
VKBY SVPERIORj.
For sale low to trade. CASSILLT-& CO.,
nps-cISS-3t 83 South Water street.
gWEET MALAGA,
For sale low to trade,
apE-cIBS-Bt_ 83 South .Water street,
pORT WINE,
DOMESTIC,
For sale low to the trade. CA3€ILLT& CO.,
aps-cl33*3t ; _33 SoathJVater^Btreet.
TPHE BEST FLOUR FOrTtHE
JL least money can be bad at the*
ORIENTAL MILLS.
Families, particularly who want a really choice arti
cle. will niease leave their orders at the mill, Madison
street Bridge, or address Drawer 5812. Delivery free.
aps-cS&Bt net C.E. OLMSTED & CO.
TO WHOLESALE;
G K O C E.U S.
10 AIL WHO WANT BUILD-
A IN6 done win find it Is for their Interest to call
on the undersigned for bids, for we are prepared to
do anything Is the building Unc at the shortest no
tice* and best manner* and on reasonable terms. Ad
dress “ II It & J S,” Post Office Box 4051, Chicago,
a p4-bW7-St-net •" •
Removal.; —a. e. Curtiss has
removed bis
WOOD AND COAX* TADD
And office from Randolph street Bridge to west side*
Madison street Bridge, cor. Canal street.
Chicago, April 2d, 1961. - ap3-M37-5t net
npOSHIPPEBS OF FREIGHT
A BBXWXMT
Chicago and St. Louis.
The Chicago and Rock Island Railroad and Illlcoii
River Packet Company's have completed
New Transfer House,
At Rome,, near Peoria, for the accommodation
oi holiness between Chicago, points on. the IHL
nols River and St- Lonls.
Freight tin this lino Is not subject to drpypge or
handling on Leve, offering the same advantages as
via all - Rail Lines
For rates apply to
W. L. St.. JOHN;
General Freight Agent,
. Dlckey'aßaUdlng.
CHAS. W. MAYBEBRT,
Ft. Depot O. and B. I, B. Bb.
Corner Clark and Taylor street*, or
D- J; .HANCOCK,
Press. HI. River Packet Co., St..Louis.
Bins Lading given only atFrelghfcDepot.
apS-bIOOO Jt-uu Am-met
ORIGINAL PAINTINGS.—Con
" / uoesienrs to the fine arts ore Invited, to call and
view a collection of
ORIGINAL PAINTINGS,
"Which we have lust received, and have on exhibition
tn the consultation room of
MB. J, 6. CONSAD’fi. Backing Office,
No, 47 Clark street.
It Is the finest selections of Original Oil Paintings,
ever offered for sale In this city..
apf-blfiO-lW WILLIAMS & EVERETT.
CO-PARTNERSHIP NOTICE.—
The undersigned have this day formed a part
nership nnder the name or firm of MATSON & HOES
for the transaction of the wholesale and retail Jew
elry business, at the old stand, 117 Lake street. Chi
cago, DV NE WELL MATSON, of Milwaukee,'Wls.
JAMES H.HOES,Of Chicago, IU.
Bp3-cOlot ■
piNNET, LYONS & CO., (Suo
A ceaaqrs to Harding 4b Hallo dealer* tn SHIP
CHANDLERY. Gj ocerlea end Provisions, Tarred and
Manilla Cordage, Pitch, Tar and Oakum. Palntt, Oils,
White Lead. Canvas. Blocks, etc.
183 south Water street, Chicago.
vxsm. ltq?9. *. a* WTO*
[pzb btzamzb mnnsiAX.
VERY SUPERIOR,.
CASSILLT & CO..
r' TOcis aaiimiscmeatg.
JpJST OfENEO FOR WORK,
Alitfgoand cowsvlent
FOE&DRY MO MACHv’NE SHOP.
CA-3TINGS
Of all kinds made to order cs reasonable terms. Also
one new and on>? second fcna*’.
PORTABLE ENCI(i£
About 12 hor.e power each. TO S SALE. Wanted to
buy. a irood nre FIRE PROUT SAFE s.ad TWO
BLLDK LATUES, onelario'atjtr the otlisr medium'
size. Apply to
traSON * 430.,
Vnicon Iron Trsrks. 467, 469'' and* 4U South Clark
street, Chicago. P.O.BoxICT; aps-c'.'B-3t
RIGGS GOLD CoSPANT.
Mines, Briggs and Gregory Lodas,
Gilpin Co., Colorado.
Capital 10,000 Shares,§lo9 Bach.
J. SMITH MRIGOS.... ~;..ColOridO>
GEORGS M, PPLLMAHV. OhJcseo.
ANTHONY ARNOUX ..ttNw Vbrte
HENRY COGOILL ...^"..NewTork.
- WIUTE :,.NewTTork!
C. C. ALGUL... ;Hndson;N.Tl
* WM.O. ANGELL Provldlnce r E-. I-
Resident. J.SJrmr BRIGGS.
Trvajurer. .WALTPR E. LAWTON..
Secretary J). LITTLEJOHN.
Counsel J S. WOODWARD:
Mining Superintendent. ..CHA9. 11. BRIGGS.
Office 25 Cliff street. New York. aps-c75-lnr
piRST NATIONAL BANK.
U. S. DEPOSITORY.
MONTHLY STATEMENT.
Capital paid in fJoOJXM fljv
Loans and Discounts 401JQ5 CO
i»eposlM... ra*,Wß 02'
Legal Tender. 533091 efi'
Circulation 120,000 00
Tbe foregoing Is a correct report of the condition of
said Bank In respect to the Items named therein 'on
tbe morning of April 4th. 18C4.
E. E. BRAISTED, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn before'me the 4th 1
i&ZAL f day of April,7BW.
1 ’ 3AML.C. SMITH, Notary Pnblic.
ap>cTt-U
STATEMENT OF THE CONDI-
Kj tios of the
SECOND NATIONAL BANK
OF CHICAGO.
On the morning of Monday the 4th day of April, 1361.
in respect to the following Items, to-wit:
Loans and Discounts $122,613 08
Specie and Legal Tender Notes JCS.C6O oo
Dt posit W
Circulation ; None.
EDWD. 1. TINKHAM, Cashier.
( j Sworn and subscribed to before me (he day
J seal, land year above written.
<- > • FRED. JITEB, Notary Public; '
aps‘C72-lt
BOYS’
AIU)
YOUTHS’
CLOTHING
WHOLESALE.
TVe hay. .VERY LARGE STOCK which we had
manufactured early in the season and for cash, and
are prepared to offer them as low as tbe same can be
had in New York City.
BE GBAPF & POOLE,
corner Randolph and State Streets*
»p5-clßß*lm
AMERICAN EXPRESS COM
XV PANT
LETTER ENVELOPES
The Company having for a long time realized the
improtance and necessity of some arrangement by
which their patrons and the public In general could
avail themtelves of a more rapid transmission and
prompt delivery of important letters than that fur
nished by tbe Post Office Department, have now
adopted a system, which, they trust, will answer tbe
purpose. The envelope-used la the tbree-cent Gov
ernment stamped Envelope, with the additional pre
paid stamp of the Company thereon.
These Envelopes are now Beady,
And for sale at an Offices of the Company west of
Buffalo. Price Ten Cents each, which pays In foil for
the carrying and snmsr of all letters not exceed
leg one half ounce In weight* to and from all offices of
the Company In
WESTERN NEW TORN MICHIGAN
ILLINOIS,
mssoimi.
IOWA,
WISCONSIN, and
ANT)
fSYLVANIA,
OHIO,
INDIANA,
MINNESOTA.
KENTUCKY,
Letters exceeding one half ounce in weight will
not be carried nnder this arrangement, and when such
arc found In their charge, they will he dropped Into
the Poet Office at once. Excess In weight cannot b«
pre-paid nr stamp, the Compaxt izatino no bight
undib tub Postal Laws to caubt eatable jot-
TIB THUS PAID.
It Is not Intended that money or other valuables
shall be forwarded nnder fbis arrangement, and when
letters are found to contain the same they will be
charged In addition to price of the Envelope, the
begulab package BATS of the Company to and from
such point as the letter may be sent.
LIVINGSTON, FARGO Sc CO.,
mbSS-hiSS-fit- s-TU&met Proprietors.
gEEDS! SEEDS!
Glover, Timothy, Hungarian,
HEHP, BED TOP, «tc., &e.
ALSO,
ONION SETTS,
For sale in lots-to salt by
HUNTINGTON BBOTHEBB,
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Bps-c~i7-3tTT7THA&net 125 Sonth Water street.
A WHOLESALE GROCERY
House well established, with
A GOOD AND GBOWIXG TRADE,
'Whose sales are OTera quarter of a mllUon dollars
-per annum.
WISHES TO SELL OUT
A mi-STOCK OF CHOICE GOODS,
And the good will of the business to a number one
purchaser.
SATXSFATOBV SEASONS GIVEN
For ■wJahlns to sell. Address with name- and refer
ence i*. O. Box 2CS3. ap3-hj»2t-9AT*M
NE W
STATIONERY HOUSE.
BRYMT, IIOVM & CO.,
Importers Jotters Foreign and Do
mestic Stationer;*
WE OFFER TO- THE TRADE
3,900,000 EnTdopcs of ant nannfattnro.
20,000 gross Steel Tens of all ratletles.
2.000 gross Pen Holders of *ll Tarletles.
3.000 gross Lead. Pistils of oar awn mao-.
nfactnie..
200 gr»is Propel Penells, Rubber, EV
•nj aadlnrr-
ISO gross Playing Cards, an brands.
200 Cases Paper, Mote, Letter, Cap. and
Legal.
XAjruTAyunxia or tbs cblbbbatbo.
Barometer Ink Stands,
Rubber Heais and
Eubber Head Pencils.
OCX TASISTT OP ALL KISDS.OP
STATIONERS’ GOODS
We sell our goods stEa'stern prices, frelsht added,
and cannot be undersold In any market.
The attention of dealers is rcspsctfWly solicited to
our stock. .
Bryant, Hovey & Co,,
6-1 Lake Street, Chicago*
ua-gt-sc&TP ip
CHAS. L. NOBLE &CG.
WHOLESALE DEALERS IB
KEROSENE LAUD'S
&ZLKOXUSX to.
ITS IjaJp© Street. ;
17-cWsly-a»V
NUMBER 264
Hbhcrtisments
rflHB TWENTYFIRST THOU-
X BAND.
S 1,0 <{> O'
Thayer’s Life of "
PRESIDENT LINCOLN
TEE PIONEER* BOY.
In Press.*.... Price $1.35,
.Every loyal cltirenla the country cbould read this
book«once. Wnhettletioryof nlrbtstoryand ca*
reerlßT2Cß.ltlftthe aamo time uabvbllocs. HU
Bavins raised himself front poverty to theblqhstation
be now occupies, proves] ms utdoxitscu mrxaoT
and elogleaeas 01 purpose.
Tl»e book is for sale Dy pvevT Bookseller and News
dsaler In tie coantrr. or sent by mall by lie publish*
ernpoa receipt ot SL2S.
ALSO, JUST KZADT.
A tXPHOGHAPHIC POSTEAXT
—or—-
TBE PRESIDENT,
30x3$ Inches. Price 81,00, «i
Sent by mall on receipt c t price.
Caovaariig 1 Agents Wanted tto- sell the Book
and Picture, -
WALKER', WISE & CO.,
FaUlsherfj. Boston.
.p5-cST-3t
A THIRTY THOUSAND DOL
LAR stock
FOB. QAIjBy
Expressly selected to? the city trade, (cc seven
y> ears experience of annually increasing business) II
O, meral Hardware;- Stoves and House Ptsmlahlnt'
Ct •ods, with the »o>l will of the establishment, in thr
ho it location In the South Division
For the City Trade,
Dolt K a business of Eighty Thousand DoQarea year,
Tv a cash purchaser
An re opportnnit? is offered fox investment,
Thepr went parties being about to encage in thejoh
bbgtr. »de. Address** A B," Poet Office Box 3719.
mhit. MIS-Utnet
jpiHLD, BENEDICT & CO.,
54’ & 36 LIKE STREET,
off:;k to- the thick
CLO‘THS .of all grades.
CASSIMERES “
LEICE STER TWEEDS,
MARY LAND JEANS,
Ast 1 all the varioas styles of
PIECE GOODS FOR MEN’S WEIR,
At lower price* than any other home la the West.
Solo-Agents fa Chicago far Scott’s,
Claj’sukl GlescroM* Reports*-
mhl-v£s3-2m near-w*t
J s , P. FARNTOJ,
Manafactmwr and Wholesale Dealer In-
BOOTS AND SHOES,
57 Lake Street.
ORDERS PROSTPTLT ATTENDED TO
aps-c5Mt ttatd nos
TJ. SL
10-40 LOAN
SECOND NATIONAL BANK
OB’ CHICAGO.
Designated Dcposltony of the United States.
This Bank la auth‘onr*d,hy the Secretary of thr
Treatury,.to receive subscriptions to the
NATIONAL TEN-FORTY LOAN,
Authorized by-the act of March Sd, ISfl. This Loan
bears date March Ist; 1364,-ls redeemable at- the pleas
ore of the Government after ten years, and payabhe
forty years- from date.- bearing Interest at nve pen
cent, per aim am, payable Is coin annually on Boudv
not over One Hondred Dollars, and s zml-ancually os
all other Bonds.
Subscribers trill receive slther Registered or Coupon
Bonds, as theymay prefer. It Is expected that Conpon
Bonds will be-ready for-delivery about tho first of
{subscribers will be required to pay, in. addition to
the amount” of the principal of the Bond*, la lawful
money, the accrued interest In com, (or In. United
States Rotes, or the notes of Rational Banks, adding
fifty per cent, for premium until farther notice.) from
the first day of March until the date ofauhscriptloa.
Remittances for subscriptions may be sent by tho
United States or American Express companies to tht.
Bank free of charge.
_ . _ J. A. ELLIS. President,
Cashier.
mhSO-teiS-lOmet
UNITED STATES
10-40 BONDS
Principal sod .Interest Payable in Gold,
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OP CHICAGO.
U. S. Depository
Has been appointed agent for the TER-FORTY Loan,
and will receive subscriptions for tho same at PAH
In United Statea-or Rational Bank Rotes.
. As the bonds will bear date Msrch Ist, ifi&t. subscri
bers will be required to pay the imprest accrued from
that day to date of subscription, either In gold or U.
8. currency. If paid In the latter, fifty per cent, lor
premlnm must be added to the amount of interest,
until farther notice.
Bemltances for subscriptions, marked “ S. C. First
Rational Bank, Cluca/o, m»y be sent by the Ameri
can or United. States Exptcaa Companies, to this
Bank, free of charge.
Backs and Bankers will he allowed a commission
on all subscriptions sent to this office.
mh3M)7si-Ti-net ' £. £. BRAISTED, Cash*?.
DAVIS, SAWYER & CO.
WHOLESALE
DEY GOODS
40 and 42 Lake Street,
Have now In store, and daily arrivin'?,
a very largo and complete assortment
of Staple and Faacy Dry Goods, par
cbMed for cash, at favorable periods,
tvliereby xve are able to present to our
Mends and the Trade generally, every
Inducement* bath in goodsond prices,
that can be found East orVeat.
DAYIS, SAWYER & CO., Chicago.
Oar firm In St. LonU U S. C.DATIS4 CO.
mh!&-aS2I-S3tTC-w*Tnet
RUCTION TRADE SALES
-OF
BOOTS & SHOES
AT WHOLESALE,
Every 'WEDNESDAY at 9K o»clk A. n.
We shall commence our regular sale of
CUSTOM-MADE BOOTS AND SHOES
On Wednesday, March 9th, and. eon*
tinne them on every Wednesday of each
week. Our stock Is always open foj
examination, and will he kept con
stantly filled with the
Most Desirable Goods
OF THE SEASON.
GOHE, WILLSON d; CO.,
Auctioneers, Jl Lite street.
mbl.7®7-Sm-Trw&Tnet
QILBERT HUBBARD & CO
SHIP CHVADLF.RS
.AND SAIL MAKERS
TWINES AND CORDAGE,
3034207 South Water street, comer of Wells, Chics .50.
Manila and Tarred Rope. San Duck, Flags, Ba r .g U d
Backing, Oakum, Tar, Pitch, Paints, Oils, «iha‘.ns. An
chors, Tackle Blocks and Oars. AL-o, Gill Net',. Seines.
Seine «nd GUI Net Twine, and every variety of Cotton,
Flax and Hemp Twines: Coal Tar, BooOn& pitch and
Felting.
TESTS, Airmcs, TARPIHJ9S, WIQOH
COVERS, FLAGS, fte.
mhl7*aC9l-8w Toac&Tnet ’ __
AM. WRIGHT, HAYING RE
• TIRED from the Ann of Barton A Wright,
w>U continue the
PRODUCE COMMIS9jON.DDSINE33 ,
ochla own IndiTldoal accent at the Are proof ware*
I.OU--0. ’.Sf Riode sttvet. oetvrva Weßsaod kualit.
ui*SthS7l‘3tnct. • ‘
v *rS*«
Mtfhzttiszmettig,
UNITED STATES
10-40 BONDS
Antborlzcd I»y the Act of.'Tlarcb
3* tSCJ,
This Loan boon date March Tit, IBSl.is redeemable
at the p'eaeoro of the Government, after ten yean,
and payable forty years from date, beans# Interest at
Are per erst, per annum, payable In Uotn'aanuaDy on
Bonds not oyer One Hundred Dollars, and •cmj-saas
ally on aO other Bonds.
The Ihird National Bank
OF CIUOAGO.
Fiscal Ageax of the United States,
la bow prepared to receive rohocrlptljm to tie new
TEN-FORTT LOAN at par. In Treasury Mote* or
National Currency.
AH subscribers will receive Bondi tear la# interest
from March Ist, 1981, and will be required to pay tie
seemed interest In coin, '(or Treasury Notes or Na
tional Currency, by adding fifty per cent, for prem
ium) from starch Ist to date of snbserfptfon.
Conpon Bonds are now nearly ready for delivery,
and registered bonds win be, on or before tieSOUroc
April.
To Banka and Bankers fnvesUn# ta theso securltte*
fortbemiilveaorrone-salaa commlsilon will bo al
lowed.
Subscriptions may be sent to this Bank, free or
charge, by either the United States or American Bz.
press. •
JAMS 9 H. BOWEN. President.
AMOS T. BALL, Vice President.
Isa HoCsczs, Cashier. ap3-bS3s>lw*auc
NE W BOOK HOUSE
xxsr CHICAG-O.
Cebb, Pritchard & Co.,
83 LAKE STREET,
C rumour block.)
Offertowholesale and retail purchasers an enttreto
new and attractive otoca of goods, vis:
MiKelluiecTU and School Book*.
Cap,. Letter acd Note Papers.
Envelopes in all Qualities.
Copying Presses and Letter Books;
Blank Books.
Photograph Albums.
Portfolios and Pocket Books. .
COBB, FBITCHABD A CO*
mh24*b236-l2t net so
BURLEY & TYRRELL,
IHPOETZES ASD JOBBiES OT
CHINA,
GLASS,
AND
EARTHEN WARE,
48 Lake Street.
BOOSS BY THE PA6KABE.
JJATS, CAPS
AJJD -
STBAH GOODS,
AT WHOLESALE,
FOR THE SPRING TRADE OFISSi.
E. P. L. BROOM,
SO LAKE STREET;
I have now on hand, and am dailv receiving, fresh
additions to one of the L AROE9T. BEST SELECTED
and CHEAPEST STOCKS of
HATS, CAPS,.
STRAW GOODS, &c., Ac.,
ADAPTED TO THE’’
WESTERN TRADE,
Ever offered in Chicago. Merchants arc requested tos.
examine my stock, as they can make no better select
non In
ANT SABESTr
E.P. L. BROOM, JOBBER OF HAT 3, CAPS,' STRAW
GOODS, Ac., M LAKE STREET, CHICAGO.
mMS-btSJ-Mt 3A ruArnnet
1864. Sjrmfi: Me. 1864.
Children’s Gigs, Cabs, &e.,
BEADS, BRUSHES AM COM,
China and S!a=s Allies, Harbin, fe^.
Fishing- Tochlc, Catlecy, Pocket
Boohs, Canes, Andies Baa.
hets. Bird Cages r .
And the largest stock and greater variety ol
TOYS, FANCY GOODS
AND
YANKEE MOTIONS
Ever bronchtto this nnrket. Send for price list of
Cabs, Ac., before ordering.elsewhere. All orders filled
upon receipt.
BABinrur bbothees,
138 LAKE STREET.
mh2ft-bl0)-3w 3A_Tc<tTnnct-
HERR9NC3
Patent- Ctiaxapion
FIRE AMD BURGLAR-PROOF
40 STATE STREET, CHICAGO.
apl-bbsO-SmTa-aASTV net
QTT.T.HTTE, WHITNEY & CO,
WHOLESALE STAXSaS IS
BOOTS & SHOES,
4i Xake Streep. Chicago.
Chicago JVCamiikcturera.
mhS-alos-tm tiat net
C.M, Henderson & Co.,
Mann&cturtrv and Jobbers of
BOOTS rib SHOES.
"We have remOTed tAoaraew and spadous store,
Nos> 4, 6 &: 8- LAKE STREET)
Opposite lift Adams House,
Atri are prepared, to o£fer to the SPRING TBAM
The LargejJ aaimoat Complete Stock o i
BOOTS AND SHOES
2t THE COUNTAT.
Our warranted Custom Made Work Is unraarset
We especially tertte the attwtloa of arred«Uae
who bnv oitjy Ov mepackage, aa we will offer them
creat lodacutaiua. •Wo doiy -omnetltion either East
or We=t. nhS-titfrTS-gC&MAnet
18G4: “ SPEI^G 'UiRADE.
TTOE, HIBBARD. & GO,
IMPOBXSBB ABB X-BBEB3, OF
HARDWARE AND. TIN PLATE,
Nails, Glass, Fence Wire,
Farmlns Tools, «Sio.,
62 LAK£ SJvfJEST,
Cor. of Stain,. Chicago.
mh3-aW-30t tt-taav net
jjuxton & co.,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
Hate this day removed to
No. 37 Clark Street,
Two doors south of their old office.
apl-bßS3»lotnet
IRON PIPE
abb nrrißos fob sake,
AtWlwltulobl B.T. CKANS4 880.
aolt-kSCB-net ias,lMandlWWe«tLakietteet.
6 SO. K. QUSY.
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