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Sscclol Notices.
The Secret of SXealtiu *
Keep the stomach, the bowels and liver In perfect
order Bi d nil most co well. No mlschier will occur
<o the vital machinery while the stomach,- the great
eostaltlnc organ, the now--le. the surety valve oi the
evetem, and the liver, the auxiliary of the stomach to
the woikofSßtlrrllatlng the rood dothclr duty fully,
.aiihnulyand roaulaily.' Bni *npp-s« cnvonc.orail
of these organs, lack the ncr<-P-ary vigor’ tow.-rform
their function* thoronchly. wh tt then? The answer,
founded os an unvarying experience of more than flf
icon years, In every vnnrtv ano emunie. u simple and
drier: Tone them irlth JJOhTETTEKS STOMICiI
HITTERS. a course of this irrc.lttr.blc cordial will
con.pci tliom to their doty, end throagh every fibre of
tnt iramnwlll he felt Us renovating. rctralniing influ
ence. whether yoa arc nrc-dlspost-d to to
LlvcrOomplalnt,to costWeness, (thcnioal oonootat*
orindigeatlon.’i to Dlarrhtea, to Drscnt- rr.or to
Bilious Couc, here la your safeguard. The first bottle
will satisfy yon that yon have the one thing ncedloL
21 despondent yonr ppPits will he cheered. If weak
yon will he strengthened. And the relMWlll heper
mancut. There will lx* so letting down-no depres
sing reaction. If yon value Ilf- and healfo, protect
yourself with thla vitalizing scent- No prudent man
should think ofgolng to the mines without U.
npC cKC-2w w F&.M - -
WniPs Ccdron Bitters.
Let those who have doubted the virtue* of BULL*B
CEDBON BITTERS, If aay such there be. read the
‘following certificate from geitlcmen well laown In
this eemmuclcy. and doubt no more.
It?general Introduction Into the army will save the
Uvoa of thousands of our eoldlcra.
Loctsvill*. Kt., June Sd, IMS.
We, the undersigned, have seen the good effects
produced by the use of Dr. JOND BULL’S CEDBON
BITTERS incases of general debility and prostra
tion of the system, and believe Its general use would
pi event disease and relieve much suffering. Among
nor soldiers part'cularly would this be'the cate,
•especially those who are exposed to mi—m.tfo
licences in the Southern climate.
a'AJ.I'HILIP SPEED, Collector Int Rev., 6d Dla
ulct iientutky.
jnAt.B.COTJC}«, Collector of the Port of Louis
vino Ey. a
-OL. U. J IN * Marshal General of Kon
tucfci
- 2EV. 1). P. HEN DEBEOK, Cor. Secretary of Sanitary
Commission. . *
/TABKKT, BUGUEfi A CO^-Pnb'hsherß Democrat.
Dcilcre,
_ _Llaln street, Louisville.
(ZABT A MAPOtHEIL lithographers, cor. Market
Mil TTdrd street, LonlevlHe. Ky.
4 Ui.lUb wINTER, Clotldug Merchant, cor. Third
andMarketitSalAJulsvlltc, Ky.
CATT.6. F, HU.DBRTH, of Steamer Usj- Anderson.'
MAJ.L.T.THCUSTON, Parroastcr D.S. Army.
C.M.METCALF,NationaI llotel,Louisville,Ky.
LO.L JR&SE BAi LES, 4lh Kentucky Cavalry.
Li.OBGE D. PUEKTICE, Loulssille JournsL
Sold In Chicago at wholesale aod retail by
H. 6COVIL, 76 Jiandolph street.
dcl6offiß-8m ttew was •
Hoyt’s Hiawatha Hair Bcsto*"
rativc.
In LongfcHow’s Form was adjudged to
•have com'rrrcd the greatest boon on his tribe because
he brought to Us nonce corn. Every one will admit
ihat our preparation is worthy or the name, for the
benefits!! confers when It It- known.
, *• WHAT THE HIAWATHA DOES.
It restore- taded and gray hair and whiskers to their
original color. It brings up the natural shading of
•one h*lr with another taws giving the hair a perfect
life appearance, so that the moat critical observer
•cannot detect Us use. It makes harsh hair soft and
ellky, stops Its falling out, cleanses it and the scalp
Irom all in purities. Is as readily applied and wiped
- from the skin as any hair dressing, aod entirely over
-comes the bad effects of previous u«c of preparations,
containing sulphur, somrof lead, Ac. The proprie
tors of the Hiawatha published the following chal
lenge to test, in the Now York dallies throe weeks,
-which WAS NEVER ACCEPTED. Let some well
known and clfdnterchted persons appoint one to the
proprietor of each preparation for the hair to brlcc
op the color. Every proprietor 10 use nothing hot
Ll# own preparation, and ibeperson nothing els; dar
ing the test. A ccrtlfiet'e of the resn’t to oe widely
published at the expense of the uiisne-'isstul compel 1-
■». on. Sold everywhere JOSEPH HOYT & CO.,
ap&-cf6-gw 10 University Place, New York.
Dr* Jiarnen,
Formerly o! Junes* Hospital, Custom Souse street,
t:*w Orleans, La., established lo 1850, now of 66 Sin
dolpb street, Chicago, Illinois, SpeclaßstlntbetreaV
m eni oi Old Cnnaiac, MEBCtjaam. Bnoon un> gmr
Diskabxs, aki» Obgakio Wkakitub. Cores then
'without resorting to Mercery, looms. Potass a, Ar
«emo or Saisaparlila. Dr. James a-«ss Nxutbal
txxn, which is x poanrvx cxrss In all blood dis
eases. Organic Weakness brought on by excess, over
taxation of business, or entailed hereditarily, causing
loss of memory, nitrons and general debility,
cored by an infallible method, and the only core for
till* weakness—saving both time and expenses.
Old Diseases of the ttOSl BOKBIBLB CLASS,
where the blood has become poisoned, producing
blotches oa the face, small watery blisters, pains In
‘the head and bones, ulcerated throat, nose, limbs and
scrofula, together with an endless somber of
coffering**
Dr»Jamei> is recommended by tne press generally of
Che Sooth, the medical faculty, and professors oi med
leal colleges, etc. Those articled should apply Immo*
distely, and be cored ot these terrible diseases.
Bemember Dr. James* Office and Parlors are at 66
Randolph, between State and Dearborn streets.
Office open from SA. M. until EP.M. Consultations
.nvlolsblc jnb3&-b6J4-2w
Madame Porter 4 * BaJ-
Kara.
The politician who eald bis month never uttered a
lie, lu all probability spoke through hLuose. Bat Che
oorson who said that MaDasfß Puitixa’a Goran n vl
fam is Ihcbcst Remedy for Coughs, Colds and all af
fections of the Throat and Lungs ever used—most
have spoken with eyes wide open from experience,
and docs cot fear coutr*dlction: for It is what every
body savsthat uses It, so pleasant and effectual, and
vet retails for only £5 cents pw bottle. I»ruegists all
Mlllt. FULLER. FINCH* FULLER, and SMI IH &
DWYER. Wholesale Agents for the Western States.
apt-b9s£-3t itawla
Soldicrs* Special ZVotice.
Dovnur doty to yourselves, protect yoor health,
use HOUX)WAY’S FILLS AND OINTMENT. For
V.ouudt.,Sores, Bowel Complaints, and Fevers, they
are a perfect aafe-guarc. Full directions Low to use
them with every box. If the reader of this 44 notice”
cannot get a box of Pills or Ointment from the drag
store In nlsplaco, let him wntctouic.fcO Maiden Lane,
enclosing the amoont, and I will mail a box free of
exocnse. Many dealers will not keep nay medicines
c n hand because they cannot make as much profit as
on other persons’ make. SS cents. 8S cents, and SL4O
per box or pot. ap3*b3»*lw
To Consumptives.
Consumptive sufferers will receive a valuable pre
scription lor the core of Conaau.paon, Asthma, Bros*
chills, end all Throat and Lung Affections, (tree o
charge,) by sending their addrv?s to
Bev. E. A. WILSON,
Williamsburg, Kings Count}’, New York.
-mli2M>rc».lni
Boctor Thomson,
Formerly Assistant Burgeon to De Novo Hosaital,
Sar ta Marie, Lisbon, Portugal, and Surgeon to Hospi
tal, Saint Antoine. Saint i'lerre, W. 1., has devoted
himself to the treatment ol contagions blood diseases
tor more than thirty yearn. Tea years practice lu Chi*
capo. IU- has established for him an unprecedented
reputation in coring Scroiala.Eryiilpelas, Rheumatism,
and aix blood diseases. Nervous Debility. Ac, without
the nee of mercury. The various complicated and
dl-trrsflng diseases incident to females, treated with
eminent success. Office and Anatomical Museum at
Vhs South Clark street. Post Office Box Th By in*
closing 15 cents In postage stamps. The Unfortunates*
Suldc chilli be forwarded to any address in the United
fetales. . apa-b9ll-4w
Sl Physiological View or Hot*
ria^e.
Containing near!y 800 pages, and ISO fine Platen and
Ungrsrince of tlie Anatomy of the Serna! Organa in
a aifttc of Bcaith and Disease, with a Treatise on
t>elf-Abuse, Its Deplorable Conaeonenccs upon the
Uind and Body, with the Author*? Plan of Treatment
—the only rational mud successful mod- of core, as
shown br Uie zeport of cs.es treated. A truthful
adviser to the married, and those contemplating
marriage, who entertain dr.nbts of their physical
vendition. Sent free of postage to anv address, on
receipt of 2i cents. In etam. s or nos’ai currency, by
«ddre§!»lnz i>r. LA CROIX, Nc.3l Malden Lane, Af
oauy.K.Y. fea-rm-sm-ii
Binlr Dye! Hair Dre!!
BACHELOR'S celebrated fIAIK DVR is TEXSMt
J 7ns woslu. The only Haniax**, Tnc« and Usu
’Jl.k Dye known. This spier, did Hair Dye Is kwrfect
-changes Red. EcM} or Grey Hair instantly, to a
Ilosst elZce or Natural Raowy.without Injuring
Sion. leaving the Hair Sou
mu BsanUful; Impirtt fresh vitality, frequently res*
?nce ltjprl?tine color, and the ID effect* oi.
••so Dyi fc. The Genuine is signed wnm* a. Each.
moa, all others are mere Imitations, aud should be
Sold by am>rugrt«ta. Ac. Fftctorv.Sl Bar.
“’.ST street. Ner* York. frrS-cWMy.
C-omtnisslon fftmhants
ABNERS MERCHANTS, AND
S- OTHERS WHO
RATE FOSS SALE,
Corn,
Wheat,
Rye,
.Barley,
Flour,
Beef,
Pork,
Lard,
•XAIXOir, BIDES, SEEDS, WOOL, CATTLE
AKD BOGS, Ac., Ac.,
And who will consign such and all other
COUKTHY PEODHCE
TO
DEXTER & TROWBRIDGE,
-Commission nerchants, 242 Sontb
Water Street, Cli^pago,
Will have sales mode nt the HIGHEST MARKET
PRICES, or can Lave the same skipped to tastern
markets, and receive prompt and full cash returns.
Advances made on consignments when desired.
Having severs! Ujoassnd osrrols of storage room
connected with oar office, we can give personal care
and attention to all consignments required to be stored
for better markets or shipment.
Orders fertile purchase of any land ot goods wm re
ceive prompt attention; the trade*selected with care
and ow of rack ludcrot nt os our lone experience bos
Riven, and the same forwarded with dispatch.
DEXTER A TROWBRIDGE.
Chicago. March 89, ISM. _ mh»-b59Mw
■OAMTJEL SHACKFORD,
O PBODOCE
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 8 Board of Tiadc Cnlldloe Chicago. Inn.
apl-bSN-lm
MAPLE & CO“
T.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
210 South Water street, Chicago.
T. MAPLE.. ImllK-llgTMmj J.E.MAPL*.
rjl MAPLE & OCX,
"commission merchants,
• City Building*, lOSoolb Commercial-tU, St. Louis, Mo
T. maple. ftnli24-b22Blm] J.s. maple.
OBER, ATWATER & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION AND
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
S3 Natchez rtrecl. New Orleans, La.
AlbewG OusaA ERLKKD.ATwxTUUSeirOrleaxia.
U. P. OCXS A Co.. Bl Louie. iclS-wUIMm
Q.EORGE M. HOW
(Late fiIIACEFOED & HOW,)
Commission Merchant
OFFICE Ho. I, 40 Lasalle Stmt, things.
ZST Prompt personal attention paid to the Bale and
iiurchni-c ot Grain, Floor. Provision* seedi, Hides.
i ive stock. Balt, Lumber. Ac. liefer Vo the principal
•jicrciiiotfi and bankers of the city. mhts-0132m
JJOPPOCK, GLENK~& CO^
JOBBERS OF
GrRO OEI xn S,
AND
COMMISSION MEBCHAPCTS,
Marble Stores, 18 and 20 Tesey street,
.(ijoining Aster Douse and opp.Bl. Paul's ChnrchJ
New York City.
Mouu A_ Hoppook, late of HoppoctGartmu ft Co.
i^^ u l^j^u« d «S a d£“&.Buc k *
Hendrick*.
L. B. onp ft Co.. Cblcapo.
H.AAK»v», n •*
23an6ins ani JBxrijangc.
ttkiok
ms_J PANT. Chicago, LI arch 30th, 18>L
On and after the 20th day of April, the notes of the
UKION PLANKBOAD COnPANfi
or jacmaAP en r, usiiiii,
Will not he paid oat by us or received on deposit.
EoionoK &rrna«b’ Sows.
t-V'Lo. A. Esu iii, Prrfet. Ilk I* & T. Co.
W. F. Coolbacqb * Co. ,
j. Tottpo be *autosr, Frost. Karine Co. of Chicago.
C. K. W. Justus, Cashier.
J. M. Admit.
A. C. B*J ora * Co.
J.O. COKBAD. „
w. n. Watt*. Sec’y w. m. & T. Ins. Co.
Stdkst Klims. Cashier.
Gno. C. fiiara & Bbo.
Brvbi
£uitxb,EadicoitA Co.
Passion, wuxatd& Kias’.
E. E.Bh*T*TKD, Cash. Ist Nat. Bask.
.1. Ellis,Prest. 2d Nat. Sink.
lua BOLKDb, Cash. Sd Nat. Bank.
Br*j. LtiaiAj), 4th Net. Bock.
N. B. Kidi.it k, cash. Bute Savings Ins.
mhSl-bTS&iOt
r^O-PARTNERSHIP.— Richard J
\J KiOTman, of Buffalo, Benjamin T. Jervis, Fred
doit of the Bonk of Gazenorla, N.T~ and Edwards.
Eich, of E. E. Bleb’s Bank of Exchange, Buffalo, have
associated themselves together for the purpose of
carrying-on and transacting the business or
BANKING,
At 30 PISE STREET, In the city ef New York.
TOPE* THZ nSM SAKE OF
RICH, SHERMAN & CO.,
pay particular attention ta the CoTlectlan I
Notes, Drafts, and to the purchase and sale
GOVERNMENT SECURITIES
OF ALL KINDS,
Railroad Stocks, Bonds, Gold, fee.
Interest allowed oc Deposits, subject to he checked
Corel Big-lit. B. J. BHEBMAN.
Maicb Ist. IBM. B. K. JBAVIS.
- mlilO-aMMOUs B. 8. RP-TT, •
JPOURTH NATIONAL BANK
4 Sontli Clark St., Doom!. BnlMlne*.
Weare now prepared to'rceetve Deposits. Boy and
Sell ETrtinnf,e,ana transact a General Banking Basi
ness.
BENJAMIN LOMBARD. President.
B. HUTCHINGS BADGER, Cashier.
mhlC-aCBO-lm
'J'HIKD NATIONAL BANK
156 LAKE STREET.
Original ud Subscribed Capital, - • $200,000
JAS.H BOWEN. President.
AMOS T. HALL, Vice President.
ZBA HOLMES, Cashier. fc2S-v391-ani
EURST NATIONAL BANK
& OF CHICAGO,
Southwest cor. Lake and Clark-sta.
CAPITAL, - *• - $400,000.
£. AIKEN, President.
RAMI.. M.NICKERSON,VIce-Prei’t.
£. £. BsAtSTED. Cashier.
QPENCER, VILA & CO.,
O BANKERS AND BROKERS,
IS Congress street, Boston.
STOCKS AND BONDS BOUGHT AND SOLD OR
COMMISSION—COLLECTIONS MADE ON at.t.
PARTS OF THE NEW ENGLAND STATES.
ACCOUNTS Oh BANKS AND BANKERS RECEIV
ED ON LIBERAL TEEMS.
INTEREST ALLOWED ON BALANCES AND DE
POSITB.’BI SPECIAL AGREEMENT.
Particular attention given to the purchase and sale
of Lake Superior and Canadian Mining Stocks.
tSf~ Dally report* of the Boston Stock Market for*
nlahed on application. fe3o-vr.-3m aaT&w
rjtKEASURY DEPARTMENT.
OFFICE OF
Comptroller of the Currency.
Wasßnrepojr. February lit. 19H.
Wsn>jtn,by satisfactory evidence presented to the
it has been made to appear that The
SECOND National Bank of CHICAGO. In the County
of COOK and State of ILLINOIS, has been doJv or*
jganlred unoeranc according ta the requirements of
*the act 01 congress, entitled** An Act to provide a
National Currency, secured by a pledge of United
States stocks, and to provide for the circulation and
redemption thereof.*’ approved February S&, IKS, and
has complied with all the provisions o: laid act re
quired to be compiled with before commencing the
business of Banking.
Now, TBeaxrou. L HUGH MCCULLOCH, Ccm>
trailer of the Currency, do hereby certify that the
SECOND National Bank of CHICAGO. County ot
COOKand Stats of ILLINOIS, is authorized to com
mence the business of Banking under ths act afore
said.
Ik Tk stimost Wsxbiov, witness my band
3 mi > and seal of office, thla FIRST day of FEB
BUABY.IB64.
{Signed.] HUGH McCULLOCH,
V«. R23. Comptroller o' the Currency.
SECOND NATIONAL BANK
OP CHICAGO.
tUCCUSOB TO
J. A. ELLIS & CO.
We ere now prepared to receive Deposits, buy tad
tell Exchange, and transact a General Banking Bust*
ness. . .
Wealso keep on hand for sale United Stateeßeve*
nue stamps,allowing the uimal discount on orders fer
one hundred dollars and upwards.
Office Northwest corner of Lake and
Clark Streets,
_ J- A. ELUB, President.
Km. L Tnrxuxx, Cashier.
Chicago. February Btb_JS6l. fe“-w386-60t
DANK "OF AMERICA.—PubIic
-S-c. Notice is hereby given, that aH Bills or Circular
ing Notes of the
Ü BINK OF AMEBICA,**
Herotoiore Incorporated and dome buaintEi latbfl city
efCktcaro, under the general backing lawaoftbeSutn
ofHUnou, mortbe presented for parent to the Audi*
tor ofPcbllc Account* of said Slate, at bli office, In
the city of Springfield, within three jean from the
date hereof, or the fondi deposited for the redemption
Of said notes will be riven on to said bank.
Sated this 20th daj of May, A. 1). 1 661.
w _ _ GEORGS SMITH. President.
A W. Vamß. Cagbier. jy«-g2S2-tOje7-M
Q.RAIN STORAGE.
1 will he prepared to transfer and store Grain is mj
'NEW ELEVATOR,
In the City of Buffalo, on or before
The First Day of May Next,
And win continue to do so until the FIRST DAT OI
AUGUST NEXT, and until notice to the contrary, tc
take effect after the last day above mentioned, to the
full extent and capacity of my Elevator, at, and after,
the following rates: Ooe-lounh of one cent for trans
ferring or nutting in store, (belnc oae-eightn
to the vessel and one-elehth to the owner of~tne
crsln) &no one-fourth of one cent, for five days
storage, or for nay less number of day*, one-fifth
of onofourth of a cent, for each day less than fire
dsvs. Mr Elevator baa faculties for business far
rarpasslDE that of any other m the city; has els hun
dred thousand bushels storace. It can transfer from
throe vessels or propeUors and discharge Into seven
canal boats, all working at the asme time. I can han
dle with case two hundred thousand bushels of grain
every twenty-four hours, fc very vessel shall be served
In the order that they arc reported to me after arriv
ing In port. S. V. B. WATSON.
Chicago. March 20. l&Ct- mh77-b<lol2tlr
(Sola Companies.
Oats,
Hope gold company.
KIKES—“GOLD DIRT LODE,**
Gilpin County, Colorado,
CAPITAL, KO.UOO e»HARES*
Its each.
TBcerans:
John Evans,Colorado: F. H. Jodd.Kew York; H.
F. Cohn. New Tork; Wm. Holler. Kew York: Geo,
W. Grufßln. Baltimore: Hermann Funke. Kew York:
R. Cornell Winte; Kew York; M. C. Tyler, Kew York*
t».G. Arnold, Providence. *
nil! Excellency JOHN EVANS,
Governor of Colorado Territory,
Tjcx-rEßsmnrrs:
HOK. S. G. ARNOLD.
DR.F.II.JDDD.
WALTER E La’WTOK.
J. P. DANTES.
Office, Ko. 23 Cliff-st* Kew Tork. mh23-b2OO -Im-li ~
JJRIGGS GOLD COMPANY.
Mines, Briggs and Gregory Lodes,
Gilpin Co., Colorado.
Capital 10, GOO Shares,sloo Each.
TBUSTEZS:
.1. SMITH MRIGGS Colorado.
GEORGE M.PULLMAK Cblcaco.
AKTHOXT ABNOUX New York.
BEKIIY rooCILL New York.
K.COBNFI-L WHITE New York
C.C. ALGER Jludson.K.T.
WM. Q.ANGELL Prorldince, B. L
President . J.SMITIIDRIOG&
WALTER E. L AWIOK.
BCCTcSiy....... Jh LITTLEJOHN.
Counsel..!'.! -I S. WOODWARD.
Mlnlnc Superintendent. ..CHA9.H. BRIGGS.
Office 25 Cliff street. Kew York. _ nps-c^s-lm__
feting of gtocftijolttcrs.
TVJOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
1 1 that a meeting of the Stockholders o' the Fousra
National Biusof Chicago. will be hed at their
Banking Douse. In the City of Chicago, at 9 o clock
A. M.,on the 16th day of April..USJ,to vote uponi»
proposition to increase the Capital of *ald Bank, and
.ncFShrr m.Uen. « JjgJjC
Chicago, April 4th. 1861. _ _ apS-eltfl lOtia _
HallmanS's jgpeciSc.
IT s E
LALLEMAUD’S SPEOIHO.
SPECIFIC will not care,aD dlt>
Rheumatism, Gout and* Neuralgia*
Hundred* have certified to thla fact,
For ’tief rlce ’ ° n *
J A. BLOOD, Bole Agent,
j. b! ESS) I i“5 u ' Mt ' Bt-Lonu
nois-m-toi.y,,, ini tor cumct.
Human -frailty, or phy.
SIOIOGICAt, KEREAECHER T
ft*.'*
twine the marriage state. SuMbr irafn °a
BOW,IM Bleecker street, Newiw*
cents. Walled Dee everywhere. To be h5KuV2f
H. SCOVXL, S Bandolph rtreet. Cnicieo LIL?
sniONEAN & COLbCEN. corner I£i w2s?
ington streets, Poorla, XU. de2i-tVLiy
VALUABLE BUSINESS PR&
▼ PEKTZrOB BALE.
Mr lot at south'cut comer of Randolph and Wa>
bash. <8 feet on Wabash, Bltf on Randolph. Capital
location for a Hift-olaas wholesale atore. Tema ot
■ale easy. E. C. LARNEdT w
32 McCormicks bnlldlnlf corner Dearborn and Bar*
dolph streets. ftM-vtSMet
ntafrallMv
OF CHICAGO.
OF CHICAGO.
Jetforage.
Chicago tribune.
TVEDNESDAT, APRIL 0, 18U
AND IF THE 83TAIX PIOIFEBS
BUT KSHI7 IT.
by nmsmen mmnt.
flowers but knew 11.
llow deep are the wound? of my heart,
seeping with me they, would rue it.
To beau all my pain and smart,
ibe nightingale* feeling
• Ol' my weariness and grief.
Their songs would come early pealing
To give my pain relief.
And If the stun is heaven
_My Bufferings could know,
■ Their light weald soon be given
• To mitigate my woe.
But none of them can know it;
One only knows my pain;
And aho who alone esuid do it
Has rent my heart In twain.
FROM CAIRO.
Forrest’s Occupation of Western Ken
tucky—nicltuens of tlimt Beglon-
Fanlkner’a Forces at Hirltmnn-tm.
portant Order by Gen, Brarman-
Firlng open Steamers.
[From Our Own Correspondent.]
Caibo. April 3,156*.
Forrest, the second,edition of the iUustri
ons John Morgan, whoso deeds be tries to
emulate, is the present possessor and holder
of that portion of Kentucky lying between
Mayfield and a line extending eastward from
Hickman and including the portion of the
State lying between the Ohio and Tennessee
rivers. That is, Forrest holds this country,
excepting that section in which are located
Po’duch—the scene of his late discomfiture
and the triumph of Col. Hicks—and Colum
bus. - Neither of these posts have been sur
rendered, nor will they he surrendered by
Gen. Brayman until the rebels fight for them
with better success than they had at Padu
cah—or the some lorce a year ago at Parker's
Cross Hoads. That our Government so
tamely submits to the usurpations of Forrest
and his army of freebooters, thieves and con
scriptors, may appear strange to those per
sons not lully posted as regards the
opinions of the General commanding.
That such a possession exists, one has
only to go to Blandeville, the smoke
from whose chimneys can almost be seen
from Cairo, in be perfectly convinced. In
fact, your correspondent can sit at his win
dow in the palatial Bt. Charles, and while
writing, cast his eye upon soil dedicated to
the occupancy of the minions of the migra
ting Confederacy. The buds of the coming
spring time are Just swelling and ready to
ouret and shoot forth green leaves on that
near shore of the Ohio. Bv the time the
leaves shall really tnm their green coats to
the breeze, where will Forrestandhis butter
nut-colored throng have traveled? It is to
he hoped either to a Federal prison or to
their native Sooth. They are not needed in
Kentucky in the least, to nourish and succor
vegetatlpn. They have better and more suit
able employment further toward the Belize.
Bat Forrest is there and he proposes staying
•there until he is ready for his departure.
It is a well-known fact that for months
past almost unrestricted trade has been car
ried on with Southwestern Kentucky, by
traders In goods, produce, cotton, etc. Or
ders Lave been issued to the Provost Marshals
at dlficient points to permit this trade. As
a necessary consequence, that part of the
State, and the portion of Tennessee border
ing upon Its confines, has been replcnplUhed.
It has plenty of corn, oats, flour, bacon and
oil the naccessaries and not a few of the lux
uries of which the rebels have for months
been almost entirely depried. Was it not a
kind of retributive Justice that allowed it
to be ravaged by the rebel hordes ?
The part of Kentucky in which the rebels
now luxniratc, has long been known as gen
erally rebel In Its proclivities There were a
few peaceable menamonglts inhabitants, bat
only a few. These men wanted tu he armed,
but they were not armed. They have now
to flee for Iheir lives or become rebel con
scripts. Forrest scents a rich country from
afar as a carrion vulture scents the decaying
carcass upon which to glnt its greedy maw.
Be scented the goodly supplies of Southwest
Kentucky, and “he came, saw and con
quered” it. ißnt not without a grand de
feat at the hands of CoL Hicks, and not with
out the very distant prospect of 9 harder and
more disastrous fight before he gets out of
his conquered territory . Let him revel in his
sweets. They will souruponhis stomach ere
many days. Let his men rob, murder and
steal. Let them conscript Union men and
cany off their horses and cattle. The day of
retribution is not far off—their punishment
is as certain as the immutable laws of the
universe. The silence now restinghpon that
vicinity is soon to.be broken. It may be by
the retreating- force of Forrest. It may be
by the sound of the deadly conflict Let mo
not anticipate. But I think 1 can see that
there will soon be a great battle or a great
footrace not far from the present location of
the rebel forces. It may be erroneous to
think so.
Although Fanlkuer's forces—or a portion
of them- are said to have occupied Hickman,
which lies upon the very river’s edge.no
steamers have yet been fired upon by their
men. It is* stated—hbw truly, lam unable
to say—that Forrest and Faulkner have both
issued orders condemnatory of the practice
of destroying unwarlike boats. If this be so.
they have an object in so doing, and it is an
edict strangely at variance with the acts of
men who have scalpers and murderers of wo
men and captors of surgeons In their ranks.
Thus far, at leatt, no violence has been done
the steamers plying between here and Mem
phis. The next thing we hear, however, may
put a different phase upon the atfiiir. They
may be able te secure a boat to suit their pur
pose, and come up to Columbus —where they
can be blown out of the water by our batteries.
The latest item regarding firing upon steam
ers comes to us through the Memphis Bulletin
of the 31st. It is as follows:
The Colombia, a small propeller trading on the
river below, was on Monday night last lying an
chored, by way of precaution, oot In the stream,
sear the town of Austin, in the rear ot Ship Island,
seventy miles below this cltv. Her commander
Cant. John McDonald, was ashore on business,
and at midnight his bail was heard, and the yawl
was sent to him. As it neared shore, noieea were
heard that betokened the presence of armed men
and the Captain suddenly shouted oat to the
in the yawl not to land. The warning came too
late. The yawl- was near the shore, rifles were
Sointcd at it, and “ come ashore or be shot’ 1 was
le word. The Captain contrived to escape, but
ten or twelve guerillas entered the yawl and
made for the boat, which they entered.
The anchor was slipped and the boat drifted
ashore. The guerillas commenced the work of
p.imder, edxlcg all they could And of value, and
showing a pirticular avidity for everything in the
shape of whisky. The government aid who was
on board contrived to secrete himself on the boiler
deck, and as soon as the boat reached the shore he
sprang to land and escaped, carrying with him his
rash box. The engineer also managed to makcolt
Fon ror five of the crew were captured, bat were
afterwards liberated on their parole.
When the guerillas had completed their work of
plunder, they set fire to the boat, which, together
with a few bales oPcotton aboard, was entirely
consumed. The boat was owned by its coalman*
dcr, Cent. John McDonald, of this city—not of the
firm of McDonald & Robb—and is the second one
he bos lost by the thieving guerillas. It was worth
four thousand dollars.
You may expect to Lear something of a
lively nature from this section of the foot
stool within a few days. T. H. W.
Tlie Last Honrs of Her. X, Starr King,
LFrom the Bau Francisco Bulletin.]
For two or three months before his death,
it was evident that he was not so well as usu
al, and he bad frequently spoken- of the ne
cessity of giving np all litcraiy labor. He
thought It would be impossible for him to
endure another year of work, and they were
already agitating the question of who should
fill his pulpit while he took a year’s respite
from labor in travel It may not be unwor
thy of mention, in this connection, that Mr.
King always had a strong and strange pre
sentment that he should not live beyond the
age of forty, and one of his friends ’ in this
city now has a letter written by him somefour
years since, giving his reasons for this belief.
It is curious, too, that' just before his sick
ness he had a dream, which he narrated to a
friend at the time,, Remarking that it made
more impression on him than he cared to
confess. In his dream he thought he'was
shaving himself, and the razor slipping, gash
ed his throat. Physicians who were called
told him be could not live ten minutes. He
argued the case with them—holding the
edges of the wound together with his hand
—telling them that the windpipe nor any of
the arteries were severed, and that he could
recover If they wonld only stop the bleeding.
They said It ts as useless, however, and that
he must prepare to die. The dream was
probably induced by the pain, which bad al
ready begun to settle in his throat.
About two weeks before his death he com*
plained of not feeling well, and of some
trouble with h!s threat. His friends urged
him to be more careful, and not expose him*
self to the air; but he thought it was only
an ordinary case of sore throat, and declined
to confine himself or call in the aid of a phy
sician until Friday last. In the evening he
bad his regular reception, and between 10
and 11 o’clock went down to a social gather
ing at the church, though still sufferin''. On
Saturday evening he had invited a number
of friends to supper, but when even
ing came he was nnable to appear at
table. While supper was going on, however a
bridal party came to be married. Mr. Wiijr
had received no previous Intimation of such
a visit, and sent down asking to be excused,
saying that be was sick and confined to his
be*d. The party replied that they had set
their hearts on being married by Mr. King,
and would come up to his bedside sooner*
than be defeated in their desire. With that
spirit of self-sacrifice for which he was so re
markable, he then said be wonld get up and
go down into the parlor. * He * did so, and
wentthroughtheceremony; but though it
was performed In a very few minutes, he
was so weak at its conclusion that he had to
he assisted up to bis room.
On Sunday morning his congregation were
alarmed by the announcement that he was
unable to preach. The attending physician
pronounced it a serious case of dipptheria, and
said be should have been called at least a
week sooner—it had been too long neglected.
Xhe disease gained the patient’s
prostration increased. On Wednesday, how
ever, the complaint seemed under medical
control, but so prostrated .was the patient
that for t a o days it had been difficult to keep
up his vital energies. Yesterday he was vis
ited by an attack of pneumonia, and experi
enced great difficulty of respiration. At 0
o’clock last evening the attack was very se
vere, and Dr. Eckel Icared that it might prove
fatal; but the patient.possessed wonderful
recuperative power, and seemed to revive,
passing a very comfortable night.*' [lt
was* always a peculiarity cf Mr. King
that he possessed a remarkable degree of
vitality, and that ‘ notwithstanding his
feeble frame he would endure a vast 'desl of
fatigue, being sustained by the sheer force of
an indomitable wiiL ' It was remarked, also!
that his constitution yielded 4o medical
treatment .with remarkable case, a half-grain
of quinine producing more effect onhlm than
two grains would on an ordinary m-ifi o ’
*SS£eXZ&’tSS&n
fereitivc and delicate tv as his physical organ
ization that he could drink neither coffee nor
strong tea.] A consultation, of -physicians
yefcU rday bad * pionounced the disease
checked! though they feared his system might
rot.be able to recover from its prostrttion.
Doting last nicht light stimulants were ad
ministered to him to keep np the vital forces,
and he stexed getting along remarkably well
until about half past live In the morning,
when n second attsck of pnenmonii set In—
the doctor having previously elated that he
lei red-that bis patient could not survive
another attack.
The second attack was mot more violent
than the first, bnt the patient’s strength was
so expended that there was little or nothing
for medicine to build upon. When token
with the first attack, Hr. King had remarked
to some one standing by—.“l know wh-.t
Ibis Is—it Is a severe attack of pneumonia.”
When the second occurred, be said to the
doctor— 41 Wbat is this ? Is this pneumonia
too ?” The doctor replied thrift was. ?Ir.
Kingtben asked— 44 OanT survive it?” The
doctor told him no; he thought he could not.
44 How long can I live ?•* he asked. 44 Not a
half hour.’“ 44 Arc you sure I cannot live lon
ger than that ?”•' The doctor told him be
feared be could not. Friends then asked him
if be bad anything to say. He replied— 14 Yes,
a great deal to say; I want first to make my
.will.” Up to this time, for two or three days,
he had not been able to speak above a wills
Ecr; but responding to the power of his will,
is voice now resumed its old power and
tone, and be spoke nearly as loud as ever,
t A Iriend sat by bis bedside, and he dictated
the will—it was read to him afrerward, and
be assented to its correctness by saying' “all
right” attbe end of each paragraph, exclaim
ing at the close: “It is jnst asj want it.”
Be then hesitated a moment, and dictated
on important correction. A pen was given
him and be signed it in a handwriting as
firm and bold as he ever wrote in his life,
even punctuating the abbreviation of his
name, and putting an accustomed flourish
beneath (he signature. Then.came the sad
task of bidding bis friends who were present
good bye. One by one they came np to hla
Bedside; in every instance, be greeted them
with a cbeerfulsmilet as though «e were only
going on aJourney of a day or two, grasping
their bonds and saying in that sweet, pleas
ant voice of his: “GoodTbye.”
Some one asking how he felt, he said:
‘‘Happy, resigned, trustful;” .then repeating
the £3d Jrsalm In a clear and well-moaalatea
voice. At the verso: 44 Tea, though I walk
. through the valley of the shadow of death, I
will fear no evil, for Thou art with mo; thy
jod and thy staff they comfort me,” he rais
ed his fingers and n!s. eyes as calmly, as
though in his pulpit, his voice os firm and as
strong as evt-r. After this exertion his
strength seemed to foil him. Sinking back
in bed he said—'“lt is all right forme, hut
she will feel it”—pointing to his wife.
Friends again gathered round .his bedside,
and he hadeand smiled them good-bye. His
little son being brought lube said: 44 Dear
little fellow—he’s a beautiful boy!” kissing
his hand to the child os the nurse carried-it
awayim his arms. This was hislostacton
earth. Calmly closing his eyes, he seemed to
go to sleep. A great, and good, and gener
ous man was dead.— San Francisco Bulletin.
Letter from tlie President to the North
American Uevletv.
Our readers will remember that reports'
were current a mouth or two ago that the
publishers of the Review had received a let
ter from the President of the United States,
called forth by the article in the January
number on the 44 President’s policy.” This
letter was sometimes reurcseated as being
complimentary and sometimes os a letter Of
criticism and correction. The letter itself is
now printed in an editorial note at the close
of the April number, and'has an interesting
bearing upon Mr. Lincoln’s views upon an
important point of political theory. It is as
follows:
EXECCTIVE MANMON, - }
' „ , . Washington, January 16. f
ilcsere. Crosby «fc Nichols: -
Gentlemen : The number for ibis month
and year of the North American Jitvlc it, was
duly received, and for which please accept
my thanks. Ofcourse I am not the most
Impartial judge: yet, with due alio (ranee for
this, 1 venture to hope that the article entl-*
tied, “The President’s Policy” will be of
value to the country. I tear lam not quite
worthy of all which is therein kindly said of
me personally. a
The sentence of twelve lines, commencing
at the top of page 252.1 could wish to be not
exactly as It Is. In what is there expressed,
the writer has not correctly understood me.
I have never had a theory that secession
could absolve States or people from thtir
obligations. Precisely the contrary is assert
ed in the Inaugural address; and it'w&s be
cause of my belief in the continuance ot *
these obligations, that I was puzzled, for a
time, as to denying the legal rights of those
dlkens who remained individually innocent
of treason or rebellion. But I mean no more
now than to merely call attention to this
point. Yours respectfully,
A. Lincoln;
The sentence in the January number, re
ferred to by Hr. Lincoln, is ss follows:
Even s6 iOng ago as whin Hr. Lincoln, not
yet convinced #f the danger and magnitude
of the crisis, was endeavoring to persuade
himself of Union majorities at the South,
and to carry on a war that was half peace, in
the hope of a peace that would have been all
war—while bo was still enforcing the fu
gitive slave law, under some theory that se
cession, however it might absolve Stitea
from their obligations, could not escheat
them of their chums under the Constitution,
and that slaveholders In rebellion hod alone,
among mortals, the privilege of having their
cake and eating it at the same time—tho ene
mies of free government were striving to per
suade the people that the war was an Aboli
tion crusade. To rebel without reason was
proclaimed as one of the rights of man, while
It was carefully kept out of sight that to
suppress rebellion is the first daty of gov
ernment,”
To this, the editors of the JfcvUto append a
note as follows:
“Nothing could have been farther from the
intentions of the editors, than to misrepre
sent the opinions, of the President. They
merely meant that, in their judgment, the
policy of the Administration was at first
such as practically to concede to any - rebel
who might choose to profess loyalty, rights
under the Constitution, whose correspond
ing obligations he repudiated.’ l
Gen. Wallace on Slavery.
An immense and enthusiastic meeting of
unconditional Union men in favor of eman
cipation without compensation was held at
Baltimore. Among the speakers was Gen.
Lew Wallace, the now commander of that
Department, who spoke as follows:
Fdlcno citizens— l acknowledge the honor of
your call, and only make my appearance to
beg that yon will excuse me from making a
speech. When 1 offer to beg this fayor of
yon, 1 hope that you will not believe for a
moment that I do not appreciate the struggle
in which you are engaged. The spirit orold
Maryland, so long weighed down by a mon
strous institution, at last begins to heave and
toss, and wake up! All her aspirations,
thank God, arc upward to the sunlight of
heaven. [Great applause.]
And now, so far as In me lies, shall I re
fuse to help the liberty-loving people of Ma
inland? My fellow-citizens, it I saw a man
overboard struggling for life and about to
drown, and there was a rope, do yon suppose
I would run and ask the master to. loan me
the use of his rope? I would take it any
how the drowning man. [Great
have'been, engaged in iny short Ufa In
many events oflmportauce; 1 have witnessed
many scenes ,of mol and'struggle; in an
bumble way I have borne a part in many
events of honor; but I have this to say: To
night I thank God that He has given me now
an opportunity to help you In this time of
trial [Enthusiastic applause.] And if you
will be hut true to yourselves and the great
human principle that God baa born in every
man’s heart, I know you will win. [Applause.]
I thank you, gentlemen.
The List Piteopiiect.— The seer Andrew
Jackson" Davis has the following from the
spirit world in the last issue of his paper, the
Serald of P, ojrcxt:
The most important intelligence received
recently is to the effect that, after six more
battles, two of them to he hand-to-haad'en
counters, the war wIU he over and peace de
clared under the Stars and Stripes. Stone-
Wall Jackson is jxxitive that all this will come
to pass before the next harvest is gathered to*-
the graheries. Gold will take the downward
track in May and July. Government credit
will be firm for ten years after peace is de
clared, when another war with old England
is probable. France will he the first to re
ceive punishment from America. A republi
can form of government will soon be guar
anteed to five Southern States. “Butlerand
Bombshells” is a better cry for Abolitionism
than Fremont and Freedom.” Force and
pluck, not men and propositions, are in de
mand. Gen. Butler and Jeff Davis are the
best practical abolitionists. Others are talk
ers and hangers-on. ■
A letter from Borne, in the Bsntvtran
za of Milan, relates the following andicioos
attack:
A priest, when returning home in the eve
ning, was stopped by a band of thieves, who
began to rifle his pockets. While so occu
pied, ; the rascals, perceiving a French patrol
approaching, compelled the priest to Intone
a portion of the litany, which he did, they
kneeling round him meanwhile, and devo’dt
ly responding Ora pro nobit! The soldiers,
takieg them for a group of devotees, many
of whom thus pray in public, passed on, and
the moment they were out of sight the
thieves completed their operation, and left
the priest without a single bajocco. .
EulUtmcnts.
The.Ncw England States are energetically
endeavoring to fill their quotas. Recruiting
agents In Germany and in Ireland are send
ing over “laborers” by the hundred, who
somehow take weapons as their implements
oh their arrival, and large aumbers of un
bleached recruits are being sent from the
Old Dominion to the Yankee colored regi
ments. Even the retained Haytlen colonists
have been “gobbled” by the Boston agents,
and will soon figure as Massachusetts light
dragoons. One New England regiment even
contains Chinamen, with their long, narrow
Mongolian eyes, in which no emotion can be
traccdv
—Daring the intense cold of last January,
which prevailed all over the world, snow fell
heavily in Italy and the south of France, and
ice was found in the Red Sea at Baez. Im
agine hoys skating on the water where Pha
roah “went under,” and but a little way up
on the same piece of water from Aden, said
to be the holiest place on the globe. There
might have been fee in Vesuvius if anybody
baa gone down to see.
;, yy Boefilni, Meyerbeer and Anber dined
together the other day in Parifl.
fbok ivoeth ciaoinA.
..InterestingHems of News.
Nswssbk, N. 0. March, 2?, 1831.
The enemy in our front are guarding tholr
lines with unusual caro in order to cat off all
Information from us r.s to their strength.
A most hiUer and exciting political contest- f
Ib dow ivglrg ia the interior-between the
friends of Governor-Vance and W.W.Holdsa,
the two candidates far Governor/ •
The Ealtlgh Samtard says the‘Holden
Hook and U-ddcr company, walch paraded
on the 22d of February, la Newborn, with a,
live fox perched on their truck, was -named
after Holden of the Kalcigh Standard, the can
didate for Governor ; '• T'
; The Coifcderaie, and other rebel paper?,
who attach great significance to the appear
ance of the lox, are endeavoring to make po
litical-capital out of the matter, to the injury
of Mr. Holden, who, contrary to their expec
tations, oppeors to be gaining votes out of
the afihir. This company was named after
Cspt Holden', Assistant Quartermister Uni
ted Slates Army, who is stationed at New
hern.
Major Benjamin B. Foster Assistant Adju
tant General, whose gentlemanly conduct
has made him a favorite in this department,
is ordered to report for duty to the Adjutant
General, at Washington, D. C. His fine exe
cutive ability and legal culture well qualify
him for this important position.
The Newbera Times has the lolloping:
Four line looking men, members of Illinois
regiment?, came into our lines at Washing
ton on Monday. They were captured at
Cbicamauga in December last, and token to
Richmond, and thence to. Danville.
Tbeir names are John C. Morrongh, com
pany F, SBth Illinois volunteers; George W.
Bean, company 1,215t Illinois; John Hatnil
ton, company B. 89th XUiooia; Wm Neidoi
gha, company F, filth Illinois. They suffered
for u time at the Danville Prison, where one
of them was compelled to doiha cooking.
He pays the rebel officers would steal about
onc-third ol the meat drawn for the prison
ers. Finally, these brave.mca : concluded to
take French leave, and oftermauy hardships
and hairbreadth escapes, reached the protec
tion dl outlines. ’
.. Five was the number which* left, hut one
was recaptured by the cavalry force sent in
pursuit. They have been provided with
clothing and money, and sent to New York.
Morro ogU is a Boston boy. *
list of Death* la Overton General Hos*
pltal lUemphlH for t2io JXlontli Had
ins marchSl, 1864.
Jesse W. Austin, Co. L, let Ala. car., measles.
Miller J. Byford, A, Ist Ala. car., Inflammation of
the longs.
John Bare, F. 4th 111. car., measles.
James Cole, F, 2d N. J.cav., inflammation oflangs.
Wm. E. Conner, Otb Ind. battery, meningitis.
Corporal Emery J. Carter, D, 120 th 111, inflamma
tion of the bowels.
Lesnder D. Davis, A,l2th Wls., cong. fever.
Andrew Dana, D, 2Ja Ind., Inflammation of lungs.
John Flanagan, E, 13th lowa, secondary hemor
rhage.
Corporal Jesse T. Freeman, 11, sth Ky. car., con.
in. lever.
Jesse T. Hunt, B. 48th Ind, erysipelas.
Alfred Hall, 7tn Ind. cavalry, typhoid (ever.
Lewis J. Hardy, S7th lowa, infl. of the longs.
Cassius M. Uambleton, 2d lowa cavalry, infloma-
Uon of the lungs, •
JobnH.Harbin, et Alabama cavalry, erysipelas.
Stiles Hendrickson, GTth Indiana, typhoid fever. *
John Harvey, 17th New York, Inflamatlon of the
longs.
Wade Jarvis, Merrill's Horse, typhoid fever.
Jobs Lcmm, 4th U. 8. cavalry, typhoid fever.
Alfred J. Leach, Sd Wls. cavalry, measles.
Joseph Meyers. 12Uh Illinois, measles.
W, C. Manifold, 82d lowa, measles.
John F. Martin, D. Kith Ind., chronic diarrhea.
John Mock, G, 15th lIL, chronic diarrhea.
Phillip Morris. L, Ist Ala, cav., diphtheria.
Wm, Patrick, I,lst Ala. car,, typhoid fever.
Geo. W. Penn, Z, Ist Ala' cav., inflammatiojfof the
brain.
Jobh Pal mater, P, Sd lowa car., Inflammation of
the longs.
Joseph D. Rosier, D. 89th Ind., erysipelas.
Corp. Aaron Swim, D, Ist Ala: car., typhoid fever.
John Spatta, B, 95th Ind., enlclde.
Corp. Aeahel Skinner, 13th XT. S. infantry, gun
shot woend.
Jodson Skinner, B, 7th Inn. cav., inflammation of
(belongs.
Scrgt. Clinton LUtlo, L, Ist Ala. cav., chronic diar
rhea.
Holla W« Vest, E, 63d Ind., inflammation of tha
longs.
John W. Watkins, F, B’st HI., Inflammation of tho
lungs.
Frederick Waler, E, 9th 111. cav., Inflammation of
the longs.
Green B. West, L,lst Ala. cav., inflammation of
the Itmgs.
George w. Williams, I,lst Ala. cav., inflammation
- of the lungs.
Adam Opel, G, Sd lowa cav., ,
Deaths In the Department of Arlcan
son dnrlnjr tho Week Endlax march
19, 1864. .
Jsmes Kenefack, E,*lOG ID.
John McConnlc, serc’t Bat. A, 3dm., Art.
I»aac Hanrcy, do do do
Thomas Fox, teamster, do do
.Ahram Smith. M, 3d Mo., car.
John Upton. C, Ist lowa car.
George O. Donald, O, 3d lewa cav.
'Wesley Call in, K, 43d tnd. Infantry.
Leonard L. Flic, E, 4th Ark. car.
Chas. Livingston, A, CCth lowa Infantry.
J. F. Knowltmau, D, 40th Towa infantry.
Q.'McCauley, B, 4th Ark. cav.
NEWS PARAGRAPHS,
Among the novelties of the day in England
are Quakers with moustaches.
—Gov. Gilmore, of New Hampshire, is se
riously ill of congestion of the lungs.
—Vintners assert that there is no pure Ca
tawba wine lu the market, the stuff general
ly sold being but a decoction of pomace,
spirits and isael oil. :
—Win. Minor Smith, of Milford Point,
Conn., last week, killed in one shot, twenty-*
six black dneks and one goose.
. A Hartford boreo fancier has put np a
$20,C00 stable, in which Is £30,000 worth of
horse flesh, among them Gen. Meade, Lady
Litchfield, and Gnt,
—Some enterprising Yankee Is manufac
turing condensed cider. It is-reduced to
one-seventh Its balk, and is restored to cider
again by an addition of six times Us bulk in
water.
—Thclnnatic who harangued the President,
claiming to have been elected President in
185G, Is said to have been Pratt, “the great
American traveler.” .
—At Parkersburg, Ya., oil wells have been
struck, yielding from six hundred to one
thousand barrels per day. The excitement
Is very great in consequence, and every man
in the place thinks he has au oil well in his
cellar.
—About two hundred and thirty French
Canadian emigrants ore now engaged in the.
mines of Missouri. Many ot them have
brought their families with them. They are
engaged mostly at the furnaces, and are
highly spoken of as skillful laborers, though
they cannot speak a word of English.
—The famous oak tree, under which Gen
erals Grant and Pemberton met and agreed
upon terms for the surrender of Vicksburg,
on the 8d of July last, has been cut to pieces
by sbldiers, who wished to obtain souvenirs
of the memorable event. The trunk and
branches foiling to supply the demand, the
roots were dug up.
—The Sultan is now having executed in
Paris, by the most eminent sculptors, twenty
four animals—lions, tigers, elks, horses and
bulls—destined'to ornament the gardens of
the 'splendid police which is built at the
Sweet Waters.
—The German war vessels arc sailing about
in the English Channel and elsewhere with a
large canvas glued to each side, containing
the words, at war with Den
mark.” This odd proceeding is to warn the
German merchantmen to keep a sharp look
out • • .
TUST OPENED FOR WORK,
A large and convenient
FOUNDRY MD MACHINE SHOP.
CASTINGS
Of all kinds made to order on reasonable terms. Also
one new and one second band
PORTABLE ENGINE
About 12 horse power each. FOR SALE. Wanted to
buy, a good Ftre FIRE PROOF BAFE and TWO
ELIDE LATHES, one large and the other medium
size. Apply to
WILSON & CO.,
Vulcan Iron Works, 467, 4r,9 and 471 South Clark
street, Chicago. P. O. Box 1627. apVc7B-St
QINGER WISTE, ~
VERY SUPERIOR,
For sale low to trade. CASSILLY A CO.,
aps-cIBS-St 83 South Water street.
g-WEET MALAGA,
. * T£BY< SUPERIOR,
.For sale low to trade. CASSILLY & CO..
aps-c383-8t S3 Sooth Water street.
pORT WINTS,
d on e s x I fl r
For sale low to the trade. CASSILLY & CO.,
Bps-r133-3t 33 Sonth Water street.
(Original paintings.—Con-
V / nontenrs to the Hue arts are Invited ta call and
view a collection of
ORIGINAL PAINTINGS,
Which V® have Jnst received, and have on exhibition
in the consultation room of
ME.” J. 0. CONBAD’S Banking Office,
No. 47 Clark street.
It Is the finest selections of Original Oil Paintings
ever offered for sale In this city. _
ap3-bS6O-lw WILLIAMS & EVERETT.
“HER MAJESTY’ CHAMPAIGNS,
The Hoyoi Bloc of England*
A llinli ed quantity of this superior Wine has been
eecored for the onacralguefl, and the lint shipment of
STO casta has arrived, by the si eamshlp Olympus, direct
from the cellars of the well-known house ot
Messrs. DE YENOGE & CO.,
At Epernsy, France. The present invoice will be In
troduced Into this market at the very low price of
TWENTY DOLLARS PER CASE Os* QUARTS,
payable In currency, which is much below its first cost.
The superior quality of thlswlnels guaranteed, and
It is offered with confidence of its approval by con
noisseurs. . Orders nr one or more oases maybe ad
dressed, by letter o< otherwise .to the un 'crslgned.
WM. HENRY WARD. Wine and FruitDesler,
No. 7 BROAD street, near Wall, New York.
'•’apß-WK-aotlf •
Depot quartermaster’s
OFFICE. Chicago, 111., April 4th, 1861.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY
A WAREHOUSE
FOR THE MEDICAL PURVEYOR.
One having a good office preferred. Parties harieg
such a bolidiEgwUl please call at my office.
J. A. POTTER,
aps-cTC-St Captain and Depot Quarlormastsr.
*y A. BROWN’S
MONONCAHELA,
Genuine brand, for sale low to tbe trade.' CABSTL
LY & CO .CSiionlh Wa’.erstreet. ap&cl33St
SBOE6ER & SCHMIDT,
ManuCscturera of Grand. Square and Upright
0 FORTES, Warcsrooms 16 Leroy Place, New'
York. We otJor to dealers and the public a very aup&
nor article. Our Ur. Elroeger was of the late arm ol
Calienberg & Co., and the manufacturing partner.
circulars free* Agents wanted.
23rg <SOOOO.
T'AKE STREET. 2_02
£. A. HAYT & CO.,
BB&8SH HOUSE IN 6HISAS3
roa tub «at.« or
LADIES 1 CLOAKS AND MANTILLAS
DKdiLLftS CAN BUT AT THE LOWEST KEW
TULi. WHOLESALE PRICES, SAVING FREIGHT
AND OTHER EXPENSES.
THE 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. 361 BROADWAY,
NEW YORK, AND 16*2 LATTE STREET, CHICAGO.
mh3-VO6-lnU3
jpARWELL, FIELD * CO.,
SUCCESSORS TO
COOLEY, FAEWELL & 00.,
19, 44 find *46 Wabash Ayenae,
IMPORTERS OP
FANCY GOOtS,
AST) WB.OLXBALS DSxLBBH IS
DRY GOODS,
FOB CASH.
We have in Store,
OR FSPRINC TRADE
A TEST LABOE STOCK OP
Sheetings, Shirtings and Drills.
Stripes and Denims.
Prints,
F & M Cassimeres,
And Summer Stuff
Apron Cheeks,
Bleached floods,
Delaines,
FRESH SPRING STYLE OF
Dress floods.
Also, a Full Assortment of
WOOLENS, MITE GOODS,
NOTIONS,
HOSIERY AM) GLOVES,
All Of wblcb will be told at tbs
LOWEST CASH PRICES.
' Earing purchased our Stock previous to January,
WJB CAN AND WILL offer Inducements to heavy
close buyers that canaot fail to please.
, . FAUWKLL, FIELD 6c CO.
fes-w!2l-2m
9Remo»alß.
T> EMOVAL.—J. Leduc, late of
XV Leduc & Gibbs, baa removed to
211 South Water Street, Cup-stain),
Where be will continue fo the seme business—'buying
and selUnr all sorts ot produce oa commission.
mh37-b4SMniis
EM OVAL.
FARGO & BILL,
Have removed from 43 Lake street to thelz new
DOUBLE STORE,
Nos. 48 & 50 Wabash Avenue,
Next south of Cooley, FarweU A Co.
We bare largely Increased our facilities for manu
facturing our celebrated
KIP AND CALF^WAREANTSD
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Having also received a large and well selected
stock ol desirable goods for the
SPRING TRADE,
We Invite the attention of atT Deal era in BOOTS and
SHOES to an examination of tbe same. We continue
the CASH SYSTEM, and know that &OTUU Bouse,
Kastbr West, can compete with us. _
ftifrjrVSMm FABGO A BILL.
j^EJIOVAL.
We bavo removed to our large and commodious
NEW STORE,
74 aad 76 Lake Street,
Where wo shall offer, for the
SPRING TRADE,
The largest and best-selected Stock over Is
this Qlarket, of
Ready-Mads Clothing,
Cloths, Cassimcres, Vestings,
Gentlemen’s FmlsMi M,
akd
TRIMMINGS OF ALL KiHDS,
AT WHOLESALE ONLY.
Being intermedia several largo Woolen MOn. we
receive Goods from first bands, aad are thus enabled
to seUßt the lowest market price.
Oar Ready-Made Clothing Is veil knows as being
fully equal, u not superior, to any other in ttao West
ern market.
We invite our Meeds and the Trade In general to
etll and examine onr large Block.
S. STETTHEIiIES & CD.,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
Foreign and Domestic Woolens,
AND
WHOLESALE CL9THIEBS,
fels-w713-3m-eod-M-WAP 71 & 75 Lake street.
Kcto 13uhlicatious.
'T'ENTH thousand now
_L BEADY,
OF TEE
GEBAT BaTTLE-BOOK.
TICENOB & FIELD, Boston, have now ready, the
Tenth Thousand of
MX DATS AIVO NIGHTS ■
ON TEE
BATTLE-FIELD,
** CARLETON.”
One volume, profusely Illustrated with Engravings
Maps, and Diagrams. Price sl.-
The object of this book Is to tell the youths of
America, in plain and simple terms, the causes of the
rebellion, and to give them an idea ot the valor and
conracoof (heir mhers and brothers, who arc now
upholding the National cause by fighting the battles
or their country.
With this view the author has given authentic and
vivid descriptions of some of the most Important bat
tles of the war, which Is valuable as the experience of
an eye witness, being drawn from his own personal
observations.
gy Sold by all booksellers, or sent, post paid, by
the publishers, onrccelpt of one dollar. Publish ad by
; TICKNOIt Si FIELDS, Boston.
CF* The trade supplied by S. C. GRIGGS & CO n the
publishers Agents for the West, at 89 and 41 Lake
street Chicago. . ap2-b938-8t
rriHE TWENTY-FIRST THOU-
X SAKD.
31,000 4
OF
Thayer’s Li»e of
PRESIDENT LINCOLN
THE PIONEER BOY.
In Press Price $1.25.
.. id-1
Every loyal citizen In the country should read this
book at once. While this story of his history and ca
reer lamuß, Uis the same time xabvxllocs. Ills
havlngralsed himself from porertv to thehighstatloa
be now occupies, proves] hia indomitable znkucjt
and singleness or purpose.
The book la for sale by every Bookseller and News
dealer hi the country, or sent by mall by the publish
era upon receipt of tliis.
ALSO, JUST READY,
A LITHOGRAPHIC POSTS AIT
—or—
THE PRESIDENT,
, 20x25 Incites, Price 81.00,
ty Eent by mall on receipt of price.
-Canvassing Agents Wonted to sell the Book
and Picture.
WALKER, WISE & CO.,
Publishers, Boston*
fapS-cCTSt
announcements.
PAKDIDATE FOR STATE
\J AUDITOR. _ „ „ . ,
ni. c. McLain,
An old and Infloeatla! citizen of Coles County, will he
a candidate for Auditor of Public Accounts, subject
to the decision of the Republican Union Stale Conven
tion at Springfield, May 25th. 18>4.
mbSl-bCTi-aHls MANY REPUBLICANS.
IVfONET TO LOAN.—I am con-
J.TA stsnlly prepared to loan on Improved farms in
Illinois. 80,000 acres of choice farming lands
FOR SALE
On long time. D. K- PEARSONS, 113 Randolph-st.
Box 3407. apl-bMKt
HiollolMß’s Pills.
AND SEDATIVES
OP THE
BRAVE SOLDIERS AND SAILORS.
EOLLOWATS PILLS
AND
OI HTMENT.
AH who have Friends or Relatives' in the Army or
Navy ebonM take especial care tbst they be amply
supplied-with, these nils and Ointment; and where the
hrnve Svldlers and Sailors have neglected "to provide
themselves with them, no better present can be sent
them by their friends. They hare beenprovedto be
the Soldier’s nuver-falMng iriend In the hoar of need.
Coughs and Golds Affecting Troops
Will be speedily relieved and effccfcaally.cnrcd by ns
log these admirable Medicines end by paying proper
attention to the directions which uro attached to each
pot or box.
Sick Headache and Want of Appe
tite, Incidental to Soldiers.
Tbosefecllngs which so sadden, usually arise from
trouble or annoyance, obstructed perspiration, or eat
ing and drinking whatever is unwholesome, thus dis
turbing the healthful action of thffllver and stomach.
These organs must be relieved. If yon desire to be
well. The Fills, token according to the printed In
structions, will quickly produce a healthy action to
both liver and stomach, and ns a natural consequence,
a dear head and good appetite.
Weakness or BcWllty Induced by
Orcr-Fatignc,
Will soon disappear by the use of these Invaluable
Fills, 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 Fills should he recommended for Dysentery and
Flux, many persons supposing that they would in
crease the relaxation. This fs a great mistake, for
these Fills 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 sore as this famous
medicine.
Volunteers, Attention! Indiscre-
tions of Toatb.
Bores and Ulcers, Blotches and Swellings, can with
certainty bo radically cured. If the Pills are taken
night and morning, and the Ointment be freely used as
stated la the printed Instructions. If treated la any
other manner, they dry up In one part to break out In
Whereas this Ointment wUI remove the hu
mors from the system, and leave the patient a vigorous
and healthy man. It will require alTUle perseverance
Id bad coses to Insure a lasting cure.
For Wounds, Either Occasioned by
the Bayonet, Sabre, or the Bul
let, Sores or Braises,
To which every Soldier and Sailor are liable, there are
no medicines so safe, sure and convenient ns Hollo
way’s Fills and Ointment. Tbe poor wounded and
almost dying soldier might have nls womfua dressed
Immediately If be would only provide himself with
this matchless 01otment.wblcb should be thrust Into
tbe wound and smeared all ronnd It, then covered
with a piece or linen from bis knapsack and compress
ed with a handkerchief. Taking, night Md morning,
•it or eight pills to cool tbe system aim prevent ln
flatmnauoQ. - 1
Every soldier’s knapsack and seaman’s chest should
be provided with these valuable remedies.
O^UTZON.
None are genuine unless tho words M Holloway,
Now Tons and London,” are discernible as a Wa
tzu-naox in every leaf of tbe book of directions
around each pot or box; the same may be plainly seen
by bolding the leaf to tho light. A handsome reward
will be given to any one rendering each Information
ss may lead to tbe detection of any party or parties
counterfeiting tbe medicines or vending tbe same,
knowing them to be spurious.
*•* Sold at tbo manufactory of Prof. Holloway, 60
Maiden Lane, New York, ana brail respectable drug
glut* and dealers In medicine throughout the civiliz
ed world, la pots and boxes, at a cents, 83 cants, and
tl eacb.
IST There is considerable saving by taking tbe
larger sizes.
N. B.—Directions for tbo guidance of patients in eve*
ry disorder arc affixed to e&ch pot and box.
CW" Dealers In ray well-known medicines can have
Show Cards, Circulars, etc.,sentFKEE OF EXPENSE,
by addressing Thomas Holloway,® Maiden Lane, N.Y.
For sale by LORD ft SMITH, General Western
Agents, 23 lake street, Chicago, and by dealers every
where. oc2S-osrrs-3m-2tew-WAM
Cicnes.—lf ibo reader of this •• notice” cannot ret
a box of Pills or Ointment from tbe drug store labia
flace, let him write to me, 80 Maiden Lane, enclosing
lie amount, and I will nail a box free of expensa.-
Many dealers wHI not keep my medicines on hand be
cause they cannot make as mneb profit men other
persons’ make. SS cent;, 83 cents, and 11.19 per box or
pot.
rfcnsolufcle (Cement.
r USEFUL AND VALUABLI
DISCOVERY 1
HILTON’S
INSOLUBLE CEMENT!
s' Ii of more general practical
ntlllty than. any invention now
before the pnbllc. It baa boes
thoron-hly tested daring the lost
two years by practical men, and
pronounced by all to be
Superior to Any
Adhesive Preparation known.
EhriAT Dijootxb:
applicable »o the!
Useful Arts.
Hilton’s Insoluble Cam rat
A new thing.
Is a new thing, aad the result ot
years ofstndy; Its combination It
on SctzyrtFio Fhctciplis, sad
onder no clrcomstances or change
of temperature will it become
corrupt or emit any 1 offensive
zmelh ;
Its Combination.
BOOT and SHOE
Manufacturers, using Machines,
will find It the best article known.
Soot and Snoe Man
nAetnrsra.
for Cementing the Channels, as It'
works without delay, is not affec*
tedby any change oitemperature.
.1 KIVV hlYjEktS
Win find It sufficiently adhesive
Cor their use, as has been proved
jewelers.
It is especially adapted
to Leather,
{And we claim as an especial
.merit, that It sticks Patches and
Linings to Boots and Shoes sold
clently strong without stitching.
amines.
IT IS THE ONLY *
LIQUID CEMEUTT
Extant that is a sure thing for
mending
FURNITURE,
CROCKERY,
TOYS,
. BONE,
IVORY,
And articles of Household Use.
It Is a Liquid,
REMEMBER.
Hilton’s Insolablo Cement
Cslnallquld form, and as easily
applied as paste.
Hilton’s Insoluble Cement
Remember.
Is insoluble In water or oil.
Hilton’s Insoluble Cement
Adheres oilj substances.
Supplied in Family or Mauafac
tnrer’s Packages, from 3 ounces
to 100 pounds.
HILTON BEOS. & GO.,
PBOPBtKTOBt,
PROVIDENCE, B. L
iMITQ, Wholesale Druggists, 31
. DU General Western Agents, to
be addressed. Jel9-pS2-lvwr*x
Bold by LOBD A fi
Lake street, Chicago,
Shorn all orders may
ISoots ani Sjljoes.
1864.“ SPRI ‘N G TRADE
RAWSOH & BARTLETT,
- Manufactnrers and Wholesale Dealers la
BOOTS & SHOES,
30 Lake>St., Chicago, Hl*
. Wehsvenowonhandaverylsrgeandwellielectsc
jtoek of Spring Goods of the very best manufacture
to those usually ofleredls
Having made our purchases in Deozmbxs, 1363, foi
the coning season, prior to the recent advances, wc
believe we can offer CNUBt7Ai.r«rr>TTr«<wwr<tf\ ruas
Bunas, visiting this market.
We continue to make extra SIZES and GO Of
GOODS our SPECIALITY. fe21.v93-Szili
Pmgs anb (Eljemicals.
j h. reed & 00.,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS
32 Lake St., Chicago, HL
ALSO, DEAL LARGELY IN
Paint*, Oils, .Window Glui, Cli»
ware,’ Bamine Oils, Kerosene,
Soapmaken? Stock, IWana
factnren’Gosds,
Which we offer at prices favorable to Western Mcr»
chants and Manufacturers.
J.H.Bro.lUPejrl .trees K.T.!
H. A. wttwt.»ut Chicago. i seio-mT^q
TJ IFLES FOR
" IDAHO:
Repeating Rifles of all kinds. Henry’s 15 shot, Spen
cer's.shot, Allen * Wbeelockjs 10 shots per minute.
Sham’s A Hankln’s Cartridge Carbine. Ballard’s Car
bine and Wesson Rifle, Revolvers of all kinds and Car
tridges. E. iLBOWcN, 20 Clark street, (np-staln),
over the United SUtes Express. Poet Office Box B*9.
ap3-c8&4lls
£a t&tmmiaots
©BALED PROPOSALS WILL
lo be received at the oißce of the Minnesota Centra)
nailway Company. In Minneapolis, Minnesota. and!
the Mb day ofjiay.lfW at 12 o’clock noon, for the
Gradmc. Masonry and brldelne on the branch Use ot.
said roatTfri.ro Mecdota t* St, FnuL '
This work con r-ri-ea a large amount of sand rock
<.icavaUor,aoc tbe mruonry and superstructure 0* a
Irldncaorofs Mver , _ _
Notice Is hereby plvcn mat on or abont Ina same
('ate. the work of completing the "radio/, masonrr
utd brldglcuon the main line of said road, fro wFarrl
b;ult to ih« State line. fifty-seven mile?, will
be cmtiacudfcr.
The work apoo the branch lino Is of a very hear/
cbaractar.aßd la worthy the attention of responsible
contractors.
Payments will be made monthly. In cash, ana blue
received for the work In smili or lance quantities, tho .
cemasny rescrvlnc tae nght to reject any bids not .
««l9tactcry a*toprlceor aa to the responsibility of
the perries making the fame.
For information w l:h regard to raid work, anpUea- 1
tion may be mane to the Company’s Chief Engineer,
at Mlimeapolls, illmcfota.
s. CHAMnERLAiy, President.
D. C. Bbspabi), Chief Engineer. ’ap^h9T3-td.
Proposals - will be re
eelved at the Treasury Dcpirtment, office of the
Sopervlelne Architect. Washington. I>. C„ until tl M
cf the Ist da} of Mar, ISSI, for all the Fire and Bar/*
lar-pro«-fYaoltsreiolred by the Treasury
Department prior to May i.»W53. •
Flats and specifications can bo obtained by applies
Uon to this oulce penonally or by letter.
I'lds to be per fiipci flclal foot, loclti'llng door aud
all accessary fixtures. measure! on the outside; the
6 rice named to cover all charges whatever, except
•e ircipht and the actual traveling expense of work
men to the place where the Vaults are to bo erected.
Safes lob- delivered at the Railroad Depot or
Steamboat Whtrf for transportation, la good order
and eomli'lon,without charge.
Leeks for the Vault* or Safes will bo 'furnished by
the D< par tment, but must be properly put os by the
contnctoi without choree.
All tM* must be accompanied brthe bond of two
respi persons In the sum of $3,u00 that the bid
der win accept and perform the contract if awarded
to him; the sufficiency of thp security to be certified
tobv tbe collector ot Internal Itcvenus'ortbe Dis
trict.
The Department reserves tbe right to reject any or
all the bids If it be considered it* interest to do so,
ard no bid win be considered that does not conform
toihrreouiremebtsot thl? advertisement.
Ptcls to be enclosed in a sealed envelcpe, endorsed
" Proposals for Safes and VanltO
ISAIAH ROGERS,
Supervising Architect.
Bp3-bSffHt-eAT*w
"PROPOSALS FOR FORA 62
JL Cun/QtUhnmtASTxa’a omai
Washzkstoh Dbpct, December 9, 190. i
SEALED PROPOSALS are invttei by tae usdw
agata lor supplying the D. S. Quartprmaiter’k Dr
partmant. at witshuuton D. c.. Ball’imore, Ml
• Alexaadria, and Pert uosxob V». or either of then
places. With Hay, Cora, Oats and Straw.
Bins ytiii be receiver for the delvery of 5,000 bushe."
of corn oroate an" l 50 toot of say or straw, or upward;
Bidders must state «c which of tae above name
points Ut«y propose to make deliveries, and the raft
at which tuey *lji make deliveries umreat, we ques
Ky of each artiru nroaosed to be'leUvered, ne R&-.
wben tald -’eliverlus shall he coajneacei. and wsa:-
to t-e complatod.
The price must on written oat la words oa the LA
Cora tone put op in coo** etc at sacks etabout it.
batbels each. Oats la Use sa'ks. of abont three bnshe;
each. The snefr to be font shed without extra charr
to the Government. Tbehayaat*. atrawtobeseound
osien.
Tre oard.-ularjtlnd or description of oats, corn, »*:
or straw, prepoaea to be aellvered most be stated t
she rropvaal^
All the articles offert,a under the bids herein invitr*
Wlii be en .lect to a ri/lu Inspection py thsGoTSi
meat inspector beforebeteg accepted.
Contracts will be awaraou tram Ume to time to a
lowest responsible blueer, aa tee Interest of theG?*
irrnment mar require and payment will be made wh*
ibawiole amount contracted ibr shall have been £>
Uverel and acceptad
Tae bUUer will be required to accompany hu
pcsaiwtthaKuarasxy.iisrasdoytwo responslbla p.?
loss. th»t in case bis U • Is aceeptau beer they wti
wllhia ten days thereafter, execute the contract rc
the same, wttu gooa ana salßc'ent sureties In a nz
equal to the amount of tbe contract, t.- deliver th
forage prcuesec in coafonnlty with tae terms of tt.j
acver<lsei&ent: and In ease the said bidder should tx
to enter into the contract, they to makegood taofi.
Greece between thaofierofsaidbljser and the amt
bidder, or Die person to rhoctn
sostnrt may be awarded.
Tie reircrstbiUt-, of the guarantors xantkeshc a
brtheoiadal'*ert!flc»teoie U 8. District Actemft;
Collector cf or any other cttlceruader A
Unl’.cu Sta:ea G. or rssposslhle pene
known to this OSes.
ail Waders mu he duly notifled of tha acocpUk’Ki*
rejection of than- proposal*. '*
The luUramsand r O addresiofeachblddaraiu:
he legibly wrftt« s in the proposal.
Pro^eea!- 1 mast he ardre-sed to Brgtcier Gaac«
D.U.Sncker, Chief Depot Quartermaster, Waetln:
ton.B C,and should be plainlymariec 11 Proper
jbr Fora, * "
Bonds, in a Bum canal to the amount of tha coutys*
Urnedby the cos rector and both ms cnaraators, TVT
he required of iha successral bidder or bidders epO'
slndse tha contract
-• ttsnklonnr of bids, ruax&ntaw. and bonis, nap”
OF I^OFofAl.
(Town, Comity, and state)
I.tha subscriber,dokereoy propoeeto fttreisias
deliver to tte United States, at tts Quartermaster
Department at ——- , lupueaWy to the terms t
your aavertli meat, tovittrg nro?of=sl» far fora&
oattc wsahUgton Depot, December I, IBS, UcfbUcT
ng artel* a. vie •
- buHbtu of Corn, ii sucki, at par bushel cl •
pounas. „
—-bu-ielsol Oats, In .tads, at——per bushel Oil
pound.
tors ol '■aled Hey, at ye? ton of 1,000 pc*ai
■ tons cx baled st ct, w, *t —per ton of2j.ooponn<#
Delivers to comcasceoa or oefora tae ■ ■ a&;
of ■ .186 , sad to be completed oa or befera «a
day of ——-.I*6 .and'plenie Knelfto ci
ter Into a written contract with the Usfoa State:
with good and approved securities, within the sate
often dais after being that my bla oai
accepted. Tour obedaat servant.
Brigadier 6e: seal D. U. Bucnaa, *
Chief Depot Quancrißarter,
Wa. lie aniaalgned, resident* of ——, la a*
Couaty oi .ancStataof— —,her9hyjaiatly tai
setarally.ccTeaantwllhtha Unit.a States, andguaj
inter, la case the foregolnt; bid of —— beaceeptet
that be or they will, within ten days alter the aceev.
snee ef said bid, execute the contract for tha ami
with goou and aumdekt sureties, In a sum to W
amount of tnesontruct, to furnish tra forage propcoi
In conformity to tha terns of auvartlsemeut dated IV
camber B..lS63,under whtrh thebld wa*«»de,aaa.L;
esse the tali scall un to enter into a contract 3'
aforesaid, we guarantee to make good the rtfem?
between tbs offar by said - and tha ta
lowest respeasible bidder or the person towboat
•joattactmayboawardw?. j
TltccK. i elver under our hands and sea 1
turn—-day of , is»^
I hereby sartl# that, to thabest of myknsnrulSt
and belief, the above named guarantors are good aw
suddens as sureties fbr the amount for wnich the
Offer to be security. ■
Tobecertiflei by the United Stales District AUo»
ney. Collector of Customs, or aay ether oncer unda
the united states Governmans, or responsible versm '
known tethUc fflea . , ..
“All proposals recelred under this advertfsemeu'
will he opened and examined at this office on WAS
N ESDAT aad SATURDAY of each week. itUl
Bidderaare respectfully invited to be present, atCr
.pwuncof bldj,”U thu dali.jj H . R „ CBJCB _
delt'S33i-<a Brigadier General and QaartermfiSte
Hines.
JVDTTALO, CLEVELAND AND
CHICAG-O
1864. ItINE. I§S4.
Will the ensuing season of navigation, ran their
FIRST CLASS SCREIF STEAMERS:
IDAHO fnew) Capt. A.B. Cojtkkt.
DEAN RICHMOND (new) Capt. 8. Rckaox.
WINSLOW (now) Capt. Jab. Sjoth.
FOUNTAIN CITY Capt. W. H. Kocwos.
WENONA Cant. M. H. CoLtnre.
MENDOTA Capt. Jab. Wanes.
GALENA Capt. Bubtoj.* Pxxxt.
CHICAGO Capt. Alvix Dodo*.
EVERGREEN CITY.. Capt. John PAasoss.
CUYAHOGA. Capt. JOHN Evans.
Between
Chicago, Milwaukee and Buffalo,
Touching at
Mackinac, Detroit and Cleveland,
(When practical) forming .
.A. DA.IXj'Z' LINE
’ (Sundays excepted) for the transportation of Freight
ard Passengers. Banning In- connection, at Buffalo
with the
New York Central Railroad,
Spaulding's and Union Express lines, over tbs N. T.
C.R.R.. and the Troy and Erie and American Trans*
portatlon and Transit Lines of Canal tinati on the
Erie renal enc at Cleveland wllh the CLEVELAND
ANDPITTSBDGH RAILROAD.
The Bates of Freight and Passage by these
bteamera are much Less than by iUiinad.
Ttecrowinf popularity af the Lakes as a PLEASURE
BOUTS, has Induced the proprietors to add ti the line
ieveralacwsteainers,whlchare fitted oat la a style
unapprcuched upon the Lakes, making the steamers
of tnls line unequalled for raa. safety and ac*
commodatlon Passengers.
to contract to transport prop*
eityrkom New York, Boston.Troy. Albany, and ail
principalpolntaontheUueoftheScw York Central
Railroad and the Erie Canal to the ports on the West
Shore of Lake Michigan, ana from tnow ports to Baf*
filo aid all points Knot,
COSTEiCTIJiG FKEIGHT AGENTS.
JOHN H. MORE. Agent New York Central ißallroad
259 Broadway. New York.
U. n.BPAULDINO,Proprietor Spaulding's Express.
N0.2 Astor House, New York.
J. 11. WILGDS i CO., Agents Union Express, 201
Broadway, and Troy and Erls Line, 9 Casotles Slip,
New York.
M. M. CALEB & CO- Proprietors of American Trans*
•. portution aid Transit Line, 7 Canties Slip. N. Y.
A. E. BUCK. Agent N. Y. C. R. It- Cleveland, Ohio.
WM. STEWART, Agent C A P. R, B„ Pittsburgh. Pa.
J,J.TAU,MADGRTApent, Milwaukee Wls.
BHEIBON PEASE, Managing Agent, Buffalo,
A. A. SAMPLE. Pcseenger Agent, 23 Clark street.
RICHMOND A HANCOCK, Agents, office and docks
foot of North Dca: bom street, adjoining G.*c. U.
It. B. Freight Depot. ap3-b3712w
1 Qfi/t OLD OSWEGO LINE
1. UUTt • Transportation Company on Erie
Canal.
This old established and reliable Transportation
Company continue to transport merchandise and all
kinds heavy irtlght from the East at low rates and
with dispatch. Special rates made In stocks of
Groceries, Tron, Hardware, Pig Iron,
Iron, Lehigh Coal, Salt, &c.
Ship at Pier 8, Last Side Con ties Slip, EaetlHvcr.N.Y.
LITTLEJOHN, DANE & CO„ Oswego, N.Y
--y. B. DANE 6 CO., 100 Broad street, N T.
War. Eatoh. Agent, 95 Pier, Albany, N. Y.
Contracts n ado by THOMAS HALE. Agent, office
and cocks adjolniDj|Wells street Bridge, north aide
rivet, Chicago. Ill,Floor,Grain, Provisions, Lead and
all kinds Produce contracted at lowest rates to New
York. Boston,Philadelphia,Baltimore and all Eastern
cities, via Lakes and Erie Canal, or rail from Buffalo.
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QOODR’CHEVS_LAKE MICHt-
Steamboat Lins.
For Milwaukee. Kenosha, Racine. Port Washington,
Manitowoc and Two Rivers. - - .
The staunch and fast stilling steamer
UNION, Capt. fePKAGUE,
Will leave Howe’s Dock’, (first below Rash street
bridge) on TUESDAY MOBSING, April3th,at9o’-
clock. For freight or paonge apply tv
F. A. HO "VR. JB , Agent.
Office, North end M. C. B. It. Fr’tDepot. api-bDISOt
Notice to £>i)ippers.
TW'OTICE TO SHIPPERS OP
TALLOW, I,ARP, BACON, POSH, BEET,
ajtd
General Western Produce.
The undersigned payPAßTirotin attxxtiox tc
Ibc sole of the above articles, and Consignment* tent
;o them will bo
pEOBPm DISPOSED 09
QUICK RETURNS HUBS.
On very advantageous terms. We issue a WEEKLY
PRICE CURRENT of the above articles, which we
mall gratis to those sending their address to
ABRAM KNIGHT A SONS,
l9»-Qma 82 Water Struct, N. Y, City.
Scales.
TAIBBAHKP STANDASS
3fsi SCALES,
/■ OF ALL SIZES,
/jSflfMfc Falrbanh*, Ornenleaf A Ca.|
CHICAGO.
TLcab J&orfts.
•B, Am*
Fahnestock’s Son & Co.
PITTSBURGH, PA.,
jiAitrracnntcss or
B. A FABSESIOIiK&OO'S
STKICTI.Y
PURE WHITE LEAD.
TO PBEVKNT IVPOS'TIOK’, oar Pare White Lend
In addition to the usual brand, is future will beer Iba
following on the opposite end:
Av hs\
/V o\ .
/ 18-4 A.
fill -f-\
( ESTABLISHED |
B, A. FAHJTESTOCZ’S SOS * CO.
epl-b6SB-lm
business (Earbs.
Tie mutual life utsur-
ANCB CO., of Few York. F. 8. Wlaetow, Pre*
AmU Cash Ameta, February lit, 19U,
O.CBOFZHITX.SeawaI Agent for Forth an a*
peatta milaols. Mo. dl dark 9U, Chicago. lelbgfiM
QRANGES AND LEAONS.
800 BOXES
Juft received direct Goa laperten. Cash ordaru
irem the trade solicited. A. C.
Ft. Wayne, Indians, Starch 25.13 M. mh2BbllMw
-yyALLACE, KIXG & CO.,
LUMBEB BROKERS,
o£sce 242 Souti Water-2t., (foot of FrankUnJ
mL2O-bS6S-lm
gHERMAX, COOLET & CO^
BECETVEB9 OF BIGHWINES.
Orders from the country er city, for any qnaattkg
promptly filled, at market rate*.
fe2o-Vtl-8m OWca. 4* Lasalle-st.. Chicago, 18.
Clotljing at 212at)olesaXc.
BOYS’
AND
YOUTHS’
C L O TH I N C
AT
WHOLESALE.
We have a VERY LARGE STOCK which we had.
manufactured early In the season and for cash,
arc prepared to offer them a low as the same can bo
had In New York City.
DE GEAIT & POOLE, .
Corner Randolph and State streela,
apS-clSCdm '
Cxjpartßrrs^ip.
pO-PARTNERSHIP.—I have this
day associate I with me my .'on-in-law—Mr.
LUCIUS C. PARDEE- The baslnes.s wiU becontlnaed
hereafter under the name and Arm of
Chicago, April Ist, 1301. GEORGE E. STANTON.
ap2-bST!Mm
CO-PARTNERSHIP NOTICE.—
The undersigned have this dav formed a part
nership under the name or firm of MATSOS A HOBS
for the transaction of the wholesale and retail Jew
elry business, at the old stand, 117 Take street. Chi
cago, 111. NEWELL MATSON, ofMllwaakoe,Wla.
James h. hues, or Chicago, ul
aps-c£3 lot
IHtscellaneous.
uASHEESH CAXDY,
THE EASTERN
Gmrjah. of Enchantment,
OH ORIENTAL EXniLTRANT AND NER
VINE COMPOUND.
- A pleasurable and harmless stimulant confectionlxed
for Nervousness, Debility, Confusion ol Thoughts,
Less of Appetite,-' Depression ot Spirits, Nervous Head
ache, Chills and Fever. Impotence. Nervosa Debility
Want of Vitality, &c.
AlUicted SniTerers t
TRY IT.
Seekers after Pleasure and the SXarreSoßS,
TRY IT.
Itwlll do you good. Sold by Druggists everywhere.
GT Wholesale Agency for Chicago and the West,
H. BCOVHXE, 76 Bandolph-rt., Chicago.
Price, 50 cents and |I per box. Send for fall descrip
tive circular.
QtPOETZD OXLT BT THC
GUNJAH WALLAH COMPANY,
New York. Agents* office, S8 Beckman at_New York.
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PROCTER & GAMBLE,
24 West Second Street,
CTSCCTNATI,
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in
STAB CANDLES, LAUD OIL,
GERMAN SOiP,
Pearl Starch, Fancv Scans, &c.
GABBLES SOLD BY ACTUAL WEIGHT,
EF" The well known article of u
Soap continues to be made of standard quality, tha
meet reliable Family Soap in the market. The puhlte
are cautioned against Imitations of this brand.
tnhyt.hDa.l2t
QBICAGO ICE COMPANY,
ONLY DEALERS IN
CRYSTAL LAKE ICE,
From Crystal Lake, McHenry Co., HL This company
haaarranged with reliable distrlboring teams to sbddlV
the ESTIRECmr. Any other dealers pretending aa
furnish CRYSTAL LAKE ICE ore guilty of
scatailoru
Orders and communications may be left at tha
General Office No. 3 6 South Clark St.
"W.R. ARTHUR, H.E. 3AP.OENT.
P.H. SMITH, GEO. L. DUNLAP.
JNO. B. DBASE, HENRY COOKE,
ap2-b£3l-Ht Directors Chicago lee Co.
dJR EAT AND HAPPY NEWS
\A fob all.
TVTA'nAivrp. SWEDEHBOBO,
The Great Swedish Wizard,
HAS JUST ARRIVED.
This renowned lady la In possession of the Gennlna
Magic Pebble, which she has brought from Japan—tha
Land full of Wonders. It was given beraaa present
by the Emperor of this mystenons country. She in
■ tie only person in the world who can reveal romr
future correctly. By addressing a letter, its ting the
age and complexion, the Madame will give a written
statement oi all that fotore baa to store for yon. Xb
close fee and postage stamp. Ladles. 73 cents; gen
tlemen; 31. Address Lock Box fXS, Chicago Post
Office.. Write plain. Answer promptly returned.
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/CAVALRY HORSES.—Cavalry
Horses will be purchased at
CHICAGO, UUNOIS,
In open market, for thirty days, commencing April
* ■ First, 1861, at
1 0130 per Hone
For each and every Horae passing this Inspection.
Sound, not leu than nve (5) nor more tnannlne (3V
yean old. from fourteen and one-half (14k) to sixteen
(10) bands high, of sufficient breaath and bone for caw
airy service; brldlc-wise, in good, flesh, free from an
defects, and subject'to a rigid Inspection bytheoflt
cera Oi inspection for Cavalry Bureau.
Payments will be made In checks on thaTreasurw
of the United States for certificates of IndobtednemL
V riots of not less than eight bones.
By order of Chief Q. il. of Cavalry Bureau.
. . - - J. A. POTTER,
mh29-bCOC-ICt Captain and Depot Quartermaster.
TVTARKLEY’S filtering
i.vj. GLOBE CISTERN, Patented March Bth. 18M.
This Cistern Is built in the ground, of brick and ce
ment mortar. The lower partis of a globular form
with a water-chamber rtlroctlvabove, ofeoual capacity
with the slobc. The FILTER eonelstsof Sato, Chao
coax and Brick, and Us sonace la equal to the circum
ference of the water-chamber.
T*-!s Cistern Is preferred before all other*, from tha
fret that the water Isclbabxb and pram than say
Other cUUrn water—fl*; lor drinking, family use.or
any other purpose desired. These Cisterns are not
Italic to crack, as others are. and may not need re
pairing In a life-time. The chamber can nacjeaoeq
ontluafew minutes, and theglobobo mil of Altered
waternttheaame time. , s ,__, An nreha«*
Dor.t any Hie requited. f
3 WELSH FIRE BRICK
A VEBY SUPERIOR ARTICLE,
r>»..«utoir to closea'ccnalgnmeit. THOMAS HALK_
street. apIMM-lw^
.ff 0. 0.
* cieMon** Catarrh Caratlve,
A stwo and never-falling cure. Put up tn packages,
sent tosoraddraaonrecelptoftwodouan. Address
Hr. TALPET, Box KS, Chicago, lU. mh3S-MMwtt

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