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Special "Notices.
S. X.-1830.—X. '
UmON PLANKIIOAILIC.OM.
PAITT. CmcAOf March »th, 18«-
lasaltndr, palpitation of Die heart, tack of appetite, On and alter the 10th day of April, the notes of the
Ulstrcw. attor eating. torpid liver. constipation, tKiOS PLANKBOAD COBIPAItr,
.tecncjomaa-lfU'.crrtllEoi Ur Urn cd.br.te4 or memo.*- <irr. otm.,
Z > LA2VXA.TIO'V “Will BOt 1)0 OQI uor received on deposit.
Kifisaty BoloiioxPtcbo«s*Sokp,
Folo. A. E-mi h.
W.F. COOLBaCOH &Co. . _.
J. Tonwo eoAMKon, Preat. Marine Co. of Chicago.
J. T. EcamoK.
C.F. W.JcKoa, Cashier. >
J. M.Aj>tar.
A. C. B«i okb & Co.
J.G. Cokbap.
W. H. Waiti. SecT w. m. 4 F. Ins. Co.
Svdfft k?UB. Cashier.
Gao. C. Binxn s. Bao.
lIRFKT OsinZBiUJL . .
RtTITSF, EMJSCOIT Zl Co, .
nvRTOv, wjrLtßS & Raur.
K. K. Ba*l’T£i>, Cash. Ist Kat. Bank.
,1, A. EIXJS, Picst.Jd Kat. Bank.
Isa Boucbb, Cash. Sd Nat. Bank. -
B»m. Bcmba t it. Preat. 4th Kat. Bank.
K.«. Ktcr* n, cash. State Savings Ina.
roh S3 -biilb-lOt
Tlilch arc now recommended by the medical
<iuiiiorttics, end warranted to produce an lAUL&*
X) 1 ATE beneficial effect. They arc exceedingly agree
able, perfectly pure, and most superceedallotbertonics
* licit a heolthy, gentle stimulant Is required.
They parity, strengthen and invigorate. j ■
Tltcy create b healthy appetite.
Ihcy arc aoUdoteto change of water and diet. /**
They overcome effects of dissipation and late hoars.
They strengthen the system and enliven the mind.
They prevent miasmatic and Intermittent fevers.
They parity the breath and acidity of the stomach.
They cure Dyspepsia and Constipation.
They cure Diarrhea nod Cholera Morbus.
They cure Liver Complaint and Nervous Headache.
They mate the weak strong, the languid brilliant,
<tnd urc exhausted nature's great restorer. They are
composed of the celebrated Calleaya bark, winter*
umsafras, roots and herb*. all preserved In per*
•fcctly pare St. Croix nun. For particulars, see circa*
Jars uud testimonials around each tattle.
Beware of Imposter*. Examme'every bottle. Bee
(hut it hns our private U. S. Stamp unmntllated over
’.he cork, with plantation scene, and oar signature on
a flue steel plate aide label. See that our bottle U not
milled with apuripos and dclctcrous at off., Any per*
son pretending <6 eel) Plantation BUtefa by the gallon
«n- to Bulk.is an Imposter. Any person imitating this
bottle, or selling any other'material therein."whether
ch)l«:_i Plantation BlUea or .not, 4* worlrakjalunder the
C. S. Law, and will be so prosecuted ,by as. We al*
zcady have oar eye on several partioa re-filling oar
tattle.-, Ac, who am succeed In getting themselves
tntoclcee Quarters, The demand for Drake's Plant*.
■ Inu Bitten* from ladles, clergymen, merchants, Ac. Is
' ucrcdllfle. The staple trial of a bottle is the evidence
we present of their worth and superiority. LThcy are
* old by all respectable druggists, grocers, physicians,
uotels, saloons, steamboats and country store*.
p. B. DRAKE Sc 00.,
fegS-vafrCm TOasc 203 Broadway, If.
I>r. Bigelow,
Confidential Physician, (formerly of St. Louis. M 0,,)
«:»l be cousolied at Ills omce, I'» 9 SoutU Clark street,
corner of Monroe. Chicago. lll„ balfa block xromtno
- >'* st Ofllce. Ob all chronic Diseases. and Diseases ol
o private and delicate nature, la both seres, which he
treats with unparalleled success. Rooms separata,
w here Ladles and Gentlemen can consult the Doctor
with tbr strictest privacy. OUJce hours from JA.M.
to 6 P. M.J Sundays io to 12 A. Communications
co-oOenUal. Consultations free. A'idr.-ssP. O.Box
* oL Enclose two static and pet Ms -iuideto Health.
l “ e doctor’s lons experience In H<i?pltal and
Private practice, he la able to perform, and will guar
.Vi. e . e, J ,crrt:Cl cures for all Chronic Diseases in their
.Vf* 1 complicated states. In a very short
without the use of mercury.
Young men suffering from self-abuse are Invited to
f'lh A perlect cure warranted. Female irregular!*
dftlt} leDti * 0 t on Puberty, Menstruation, or persons
•uyohstrnctlons to marriage, shoal! call »♦,
once and be cored. Best of dtj refereneg* •» to
*-3lllty and success. n*ac*-oa3-4wls
April.
Lorelr Aprfl with thy showers,
Sa eltfog all sprouting bowers,
Beauteous with the talnbow carted
Like a blessing o’or Ute wond.
Ob. that wc could find no fault
With thy smiles irom louder vault!
Bat iby changing features fall
/Ml on manhood like a pall.
And on woatax roost of all!
odd she escape her own* rrcrxtsa ills?
Then read tbcadrertisement ol the CnenogEgPxm!
op;-c££-lt =
Afflicted Scad.
UPHAM *s DYSPEPSIA CURE Is warmntodto cure
unv c;ih’ of Djroeppla, no matter how long standing.
Scot by mall.
UPHAV'S GRAVEL SPECIFIC w the only remedy
that -will cure Gravel, Kidney Complaint, and all dis
onsre of the Bladder. Price id. r-rnt IF express.
UPHAM’S HEADACHE SPECIFIC needs but a
trial to «-onvlncc the most skeptical tlat it will cure
-Sick and Nervous Headache, Neura-fla Id the Head,
Ac. Prices')cents, font bvmail. _
UPHAM'B HAIR GLOSS AM) CURLING FLUID
Imports a beautiful gloss to the hat, keeps It In curl,
promotes its growth, Ac. Price.v cents. Sent by ex*
press. •
UPHAM'S TETTER OTKTV’KKT !* a snre and
speedy cure for Tetter, Salt Uieum. Chapped Hands,
Purixu’s Itch, Chilblains, Ac. Price 50 cents, bent
'The above preparations n»H be scut to any nddroaa,
on receipt of the money, /ddrese S. o. UPHAM, No.
South Eight! strvct.Tbiadelphia. Pa. Descriptive
circulars-atm free. LOBL & SMITH,
23 La>e street, agents for Chicago.
nil-BMi7« 7-ly t-bst
Hoyt’s niairatlm Hair Bcsto-
rallwe.
Hiawatha wni adjudged to
liarc confcmd tl* createst boon on bis tribe became
he brougbltoltf®oticao#rn. Every one.«H] admit
timt onrprepaf*iiOn vie dame, Tor the
encms It comers when it is known.
WUAT TUK UIAWA CUA DOES.
It restore- luded and gray half and whiskers to tbclr
original color. It brings up the natural abiding of
one Lair with another mas giving the hair a perfect
life appemancc. so that the most critical observer
-cannot detect it* use. It makes hareh hair soft and
silky, stops its railing ont, cleanses it and the scalp
from all In purities, Jsasreaully applied and irlpod
ti om the skin ab any hair dressing, and entirely over*
comes the bad elite is of previous use of preparations,
containing sulphur, smrar of lead. Ac. The proprie
tor? of the Hiawatha pobllsbed the following chal*
Iroge to test, 1c the New York dallies three weeks,
rr.ich WAb NEVER ACCEPTED. Let some well*
anown and disinterested persons appoint one to the
proprietor of each preparation for the hair to bring
-dp the color. Every proprietor io nse nothing bat
bit own preparation, aoa cue person nomine ca'nw
up the test. A certiflcaie of the resu't to he widely
nbllsliFd nt the expense of the nniuccesainl compel!*
vt. bold everywhere JOSEPH HOTTA CO.,
Or. James,
Formerly of James* Hospital, Custom House street,
S«rw Orleans.La., established In 1550, now of 8b San*
Golpb street,Chicago,DUnals, Bpeclallscintbetreat*
n.entotOLPCnnoxxo, urn Sxur
Diseases, and obbakio Weakness. Curies them
without resorting to Heronry, lodide, Potasau, At*
feme or baraapart’.la. Dr. James mesa Scotbal
zees, which is a positive eun in all blood dis
eases. Organic Wcskncsr, brought on by excess, over
taxation of business. or entailed hereditarily, naming
loss of memory, n:rvon» and uen#nil oebUlty, etc.,
cored by en |nfami.i<*m*tb*d, and me only cure fur
w«au*e*«—saving both tiote and expenses.,
Old Diseases of **• «kwt HORRIBLE CLASS,
where the blood has become potooaod,
blushes on the face, small watery blisters, pains.ln
the bead and bones, ulcerated throat, nose, limbs and
'inriy, scrofula, together with an fMii*«« number of
bufferings. Id?
Dr. James Is reconrmcarted by the press generally oX
;he South, the medical faculty, and profeows oi med
ical college*, etc. Those articled should apply imme
diately, and be cured at these terrible diseases.
Remember Dr. James' Office and Parlors arc at 86
Randolph, between State and Dearborn streets.
Office open from 9A. U. until 8 P.M. Consultations
inviolable mhSO-brtU-Sir
Soldiers’ Special IVotice.
De vour dn«y to yourselves, protect your heslth.
use Hollo way’s fills and ointment. For
" oundi-. tores, Bowel Complaint*. and Fevers, they
are a perfect oafr-poor-i. Full directions lor to ate
;iicm wlili every bo*. If the reader of this M nollcc'*
cannot pi t a box of Fills or Ointment from the drn*»
store in bisplace, let him write to nie,MilaiUea Lane,
cnclonug the amount, and lauimall a box free or
cxrcDM. Many dealers will not keep my medicines
cn liana because make a* much protit a»
on oilier iK-ieons’ mare. 35 cents, 83 cents, and *1.40
per box or pot. op3-b9j»-Iw
To Comnunptfves.
Consumptive sufierer* will receive a valuable pro
script lon lor the cure of Cmumiuptlon, Asthma, Bron
cultis, and all Throat ami Long AUoctlons, (free o
charge,) by seeding their addrers to
. Rev. E; K. WILSON,
.. , yriLlanisbrng, Kings County, New York.
mLTV-bTv-IQI
I>OCtOr Thomaon,
• jraipriy Atslslabt Surgeon to De I'Ovp
-"•eta Mane. Lisbon, Portugal, and Surgeon to Mosul*
jO, Saint Antoine, Saint Pierre, W, 1., lias devoted
,mi>elf lo the treatment ol contagions blood diseases
•jr more than thirtyy&tra. Ten years practice in Chi
cago, ill.. i;ts established for him an unprecedented
“••pntntlqn in curing Fcrof ola.Eryalpclaa, Hheamatism.
-uil all Mood <U»ea*c*, Nervous Debility.ftc.,without
: jt* uk- ci mcicury. Thu various complicated nod
ati-tri-.vfirt' disease* incident to femaice. fronted with
eminent Mirees* Otflr- e P .nd Anatomical Mnsenm-at
l.> .-onth Clark street. Post Office Box»2. By In
iofctng ir. reiiO. In postage stamps. The Unfortunates’
■uirtc i-uall be forwarded to m addrcssTn the United
Mates. ap2 bOU-4w
4. Physiological View of .1Iar»
riage.
Jcnuinlnp nearly 80C pages and ISO fine ITtcesanl
dagravinp* of the Anatomy of the Sexual Oman* lo
» state «>i Hob th and Disease, wlibia Treatise on
Oeif-Anuse, tu> Deplorable Consequences upan the
Uindond B>dj. with the Author*# Plan of Treatment
—thr only rational sod succes-ful mode of cure, a*
shewn by the report *»f zo. its treated. A truthful
reviser to the married, and those contemplating
•asrrlcpe, who entertain doubt* of their physical
condition. Petit free of postage to any sdcrcH.oa
.ec«l|ii of «os~<ts, Insiam-s or p ***al currency, by
Addressing Dr, LA CROIX, Nc.Sl Malden Lane. AI-
V fc£l-v193-Stß-U
Hair Dye! Hnlr Dye!!
BACHELOR’S celebrated HAIL OYKie texbmi
jrrs* wop-lp. The ouiyiHAßMi.E«s ( Tnua and Rkli
;.-SLC Uve known. Tbbsplnulld Hair Dye Is I’eilect
-cLkUpes Red, Rusty or Grey Hair instantly, to a
ibossv Blacx or NarraaL Hnow.v,without Inlarlnr
the Hair or Staining the Sian. leaving the Hair Soil
vnd B.;#rtlful: Impart* fresh vitality, frequently rcs
'-orl>:r its prUtln* color, and rectifies the IP effe« ta-5l
fid Dy. s. The Genuine Is fdirued Wm isa A. B*,cf
.U-Ok. »u others are cicre Iroitatlono. and eiionld be
.vo!d"i. S-idby all Itrojegtatji, ftr M Factory,fll Bsn
'iiy t’-rr*. K*»w Vork. 1
3£mooals.
REMOVAL.—J. Ledue, late ot
JLt Lccuc A Gibbs bus removed to
211 South Water Street, (up-stair*),
where Li willooDiioncln the same business—bnytrg
.ind sriiu;c nil aorta oi produce on commission.
mh27-b4BHini§
jg EMO V AL.
FARGO & BILL,
Rr.7o removed from IS Lake street to their acw
DOUBLE STORE* -
yo». 48 & 50 Wabash. Avenue,
Ken sooth of Cooley, FarweH 4k Co.
w> have larccly increased our laciilties for maun*
■Sucumng oar celebrated
HU 1 AND CALF WARRANTED
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Raving also received a large and weU selected
-block ot desirable goods lor she
SPRING TRADE,
We irvtte the attention of all Dealers In BOOTS and
SHOES to as examination of th* same. We Continue
•Jie CASH 81 STEM, and tapwthat non** BoasA
Eartbr Wert, can compete with ua.
ftlt-wTOb-Tm FARGO & BILL.
Brags anb (Eijcmlcals.
r H. rbed & co.,
# IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS
32 Lake fit., Chicago, 111.
also, z>kal largely Dl
fafnU, Oils, Window Glass, Glass*
•care. Burning Oils, Kerosene,
Soapmakenf Stock, 91 ana*
ractarers* Goods, dee.,
ryuicb we offer at priori farornble to Wertem Mer»
chant* and Mainlaciurera.
j. H. ltEXi>, 171 Pearl street K. X. I
H.A.HCBLBUT Chicago. | selS-mTW-tt
Simounrcmcnts.
CANDIDATE FOR STATE
AUIiITOK. T a t v
M< C. Mc L A I n •
As old and luflueLtiai citizen of Coles County, will os
a cnnoldate for Auditor of I’nhllc Accounts, subjert
to the decision of the Republican Union State Convau-
Jim nt FprlDt'fleld, iluy 25th. ISM.
Scales.
iAIBBANKS 1 BTAKDABO
Wl SCALES,
j ■ OF ALL BIZ KB,
Zslriwiks, Grecnleaf * Co,,
172 LAKE-ST., CHICAGO.
ief«lSi'lT
ISanfeing ant Exchange.
00-PABTKERSHIP.—Richard J
B* «kßank of Exchange,Buffalo,*have
JSSSi^? d f, the J?l MITC * JPSether forthe purpose of'
carrying on and ttansacstng the business of
. banking,
At 30 PISE STREET, In the city of Sew York.
rxpzs the firm sm op
RICH, SHERMAN & CO.,
P*y_pnrtlcnlar attention to the Collection I
Jtoics, Drafts, Ac, and to the purchase and‘sale
GOVE Elf KENT SECURITIES
■os: ALL KINDS,
Eailroed Stocks, Bonds, Gold, &c.
Interest allowed on Deposits, subject to be checked
foratHcht. B.J. SHERMAN.
“KpfciSrJli® l * B. K. JEKVIsT^
JPOURTH RATIONAL BARK
OP CHICAGO.
4 South Claris SU, Loomis Bell din erau
Weare now prepared to* receive Deposits, Buy and
Sell Exchange, and transact a General Banking Bast
ness. -
BENJAMIN LOMBARD. President,
B. HUTCHINGS BADGER, Cftftaier.
'J'HIRD RATION At- BARK
OF CHICAGO.
166 LAKE STREET.
OrigUul ml Subscribed Capital, • • $300,000
JAB. H BOWEN, President,
AMOS T. HALL, Vice President.
IKA HOLMES. Cashier. 1e25-vBW-Sm
SfIRST NATIONAL BANE
A- Op CHICAGO.
Southwest cor. Lake and Clark-sts.
CAPITAL. ... 0600,000.
E.AIKKN, President.
"VIEW YORK WAREHOUSE
J*' AND ,
SBCBBirr CODPANT.
Office, Ho. 26 Fine street, opposite T7. 5, Sab-
Treasury Building,
Cash Capital^l,ooo,ooo.
sfr?rif£“P»«7;TU!) Bl,ald np csplt*! of» HAIP
MIIXIoN DOLL ABS, is now prepared to transact a
BanAlnu, Trust, Asency and Commis
sion Bn*>lnewi,
And to receive of WESTERN Bavku
ZSSSStiSS?**"- ““«“»■ "■‘“S'
j^ BO “ l i Efosl . TStl I' on interest, subject to sight or
Oran*, and will give particular attention to the col
*? d dlB P 0 “ 1 « SPECIE and
6KCU*tITI£S of every <ls BCrtp.lon.and KXCUAR Git,
Ah»o, receive PRODUCE on consignment, for ship
tt«nt- sale or otherwise, and merchandise to be
■*or«L *414 ah cf which, on them
receipt, CASH AI)VASC£S will be made andln
snrance obtained.
. „ * WllfC DU,
Tbe special attention of merchants throughout tbe
west Is railed to the supplying of a great want. In
the establishment of this Company br the parties
who are encaged in U*-comprisice the best mei
chants In tbe City of New Tort, anoglnnc a decree
of security second to no Institution Incorporated
Ail business will receive prompt attention and
every exertion made by active business men com*
prising tbe direction, to give entire satisfaction.
mrnna nr Chicago:
J. H. DUNHAM, Ksq.
6. A. EMITTT, President U. S. L. & T. Company,
W. F. CUOLBAUOH & CO.
THEODORE CRANE, Pres.
P« J. OGDEN, Sec. ftiO»vsMm si Tiia
DEPARTMENT.
Ol’ncE OF
Comptroller of the Currency.
WansrKGTo*. February lst,lS«.
WsxanAn.bytatuiactoty evidence preicntsdto tbe
undersigned, it naa been made to appear that The
SECOND National Bank of CHICAGO, in the County
of COOK anoState of ILLINOIS, hasbeen duly o>
Bsnlrcdmi*wana according to the requirement* of
jc act cj-Congress, entitled “An Act to provide a
National Cuixcncy, secured by a pledge of United
States stocks. and to provide for the circulation and
*tg emotion thereof," approved FebraarTta.l9SS.aEd
baa poroplied with all the provisions o: said act r*-
Qnlred to be compiled with before Mimwmßinr the
bneißCSs ot Ban king,
Now. TBRKxroai, LHUGH McCULLOCQ, Comp
poiiCT of the Currency, do hereby certify that the
BECONi) National Bank of CHICAGO. County ot
COOK and State of ILLINOIS, Is authorized to com
mence tbe bnstnef* of Banking under the act aiort*
crsrr* J»T*s™osTWff*Bgqi%witneasroyband
1 et * L C gy omc ** ,Ui< FlßSTdaycf FKB*
(Signed.] '' ' HUGH McCCLLOCH.
»«. 335* Comptroller of tbe Currency.
SECOffl SITMII Mill
OE CHICAGO.
sreensson to
J. A. ELLIS & CO.
-7• w? sow prepared to receive Deposits, boy and
aua transact a General tanking Hust-
le keen on nand for sale United States Bern
nae £i£°i P 8 *•ubwinz the usual disccanton orders for
one hundred dollars and upwards.
Office Northwest corner of Lake kind
Clark streets,
an. 1. Tifkhav, c4fc EL - IS '
Chicago, February fith IS6I. fe?-w386-Wt
DANK OP AMERICA.—PubIic
A-f. Notice Is hereby Riven, that an Bflli or circnlat*
tngNctesof the
“ buik op iiranicA,"
Heretofore In cojj>o rated and doing business la the cFy
id Chicago, under the general banking laws of the State
of Illinois, most be presented forparment to the Audi,
tor of Public Accounts of said State, at bis office, is
the city of Springfield, within three year? from the
date hereof, or the funds deposited for the redemption
of said notes will be given np to said bank.
Dated this 96th day of May, a. D. 1861.
, „ „ „ GKORSS SMITH. President
K. W. Witmc, Cashier. jy26-g2sMojc7-«
Hoiiar&s gtomari) Bitters.
are good,
BUT
ROBACK’S ARE BETTER.”
Boback’s Stomach Bitters.
Bcback’s Stomach Bitters.
Boback’s Stomach Bitters.
Used by Everybody.
• ■ Used by Everybody.
Used by Everybody,
Used by Everybody.
For all Bilious Diseases.
For all Bilious Diseases,
For all Bilious Diseases.
For all Bilious Diseases.
The best Tonic in the 77-»ld.
The best Tonic in the World,
The best Tonic in the World.
The best Tonic in the World
DR. C. W. ROBACK. Proprietor, Cln., O,
mhKbTT-lr- t-tssalb
Educational.
TYEARCORN SEMINARY. —The
\J next Term of this School for Young Ladies win
begin on
MONDAY, April lltb.
Catalogues can be obtained by applrtpSl9.i?" TM°'
clpal. jnpC-cltsiw 2. OCQVeR.
TVfRS. N. P. WILLIS IS PRE-
XfA PABEB to receive a few ___
ADDITIONAL PUPILS,
Between the ages of 9 and 14 jeans to educate with her
daughters atldiewild. Address Moodna, Orange
County, New T ork. mi*3-v7SS 2m tc-tasa Is
PREPARATORY DEPART-
J_ ’MEKT OF
LAKE FOXIEST UNIVERSITY.
The next term of tins institution will commence on
Monday, April nth, and continue for twelve weeks.
Full Information msv be obtained from _
M.o. BUTLER, A. M.. Principal, Lake Forest.
PETER PAGE, Secretary, Chicago.
Board op Dibxotoeb-Rev. Z. M. Humphry,Chi
Cnco; heT. R. W, Patterson, li D., CbtCvSO; Rev
Arthur Swary Chicago; Rev. U. E. Seely, Esq., Chi
c«go ; Hun. if.M.Thompson, Lake Forest. '
Chicago. March 23, ISw. . mh2H»2C6-10lTn SAiTtr
Storage.
QHAIN STOBAGI.
] wli» be prepared to transfer and store Grain in mj
NEW ELEVATOR,
In the CJty of Buffalo, on or before
The First Day of Hay Next.
SSSS
tail extent and capacity of bt
the following rates: OuViourlh or ono ’ 55? 2^S*
storage. or for any loss number of diva oL n£h
of one fourth of a cent, for ea»*h daviilS aH
dr.ys. My levator has faelUtic?
enrptMlnplhai of acy other in the cln • I,**
died m™»hd bnmrfl etor.ee. uSPuttleJ fe
three veeocle or propeller. end .bchai-e low eiviS
COMI boat*, all worilna at the same time. ™.. iS
die with eaee two hundred thousahd hn-hei« “-sS
every twany foor houra. t very ve»cl ehall be «sSS
In tlie order that they are reported to nc after amir
lug In port. 6, V. R. WATSos.*
Chicago. March 80, IBM. mhTPblin-iatls
■C. °* c ’
ClpMon’ft Catarrli CaratlVe,
A Bore and ncter-faillng core. Pot op In packages.
Sent to anr addressee receipt Of two dollars. Address
Dr.VALPEr, Box 202, Chicago, 10. mhS-teMwu
€l)icago tebimt
TntJIiSDAr, APRIL 7, ISG4.
3105 RED REVER EIPEjfl;
TIOS.
How b Vtmkco General Ootwlttoi <Uo
Hcbels,
[Correspondence of the N. T. Tribane J
Ked RrvEtt Exrromoir,)
. Oh Bo Ann Steahhu Clara Bell, I
AnriANURiA, La., March is*t )
CapL Weaver, I am
enabled, to eend the details of the successful
expedlUon sent out bjGemA. J. Smith, com
mandfngKed Eiver Expedition, on the mom
ing of trie ..Ist Inst Long before this reaches
yon, the telegraph will have drawn the out
iines of this handsome victory gained by a
fighting General, John A. Mower, whose in
herent Yankeeism” was so strongly maul
feeted on this victorious expedition. From
econts and rebel deserters Gen, Smith re
ceived sufficient inlormation regarding the
rebel forces in this vicinity to warrant him
In ordering a thorough reconnolssance to
ward Bbyou Rapides and Henderson's Hill,
the latter point being twenty-four miles from
Alexandria. At midnight on Sunday, Gen.
Smith had matured his pirns; and orders were
forthwith sent to Gen .Mower's headquarters,
on board the steamer Dcs Moines, to prepare
for an early march. Gen. Mower promptly
set his necessary military machinery in run
ning order, and by working -hard all night
the commissary, ordnance and medical stores
necessary for the expedition were supplied
and In complete readiness. i
At daylight Monday; with rain and hall de
scending in torrents, the column was in mo
tion, comprising the 3d and Sd brigades of
the Ist division, the Sfith Indiana volunteers,
and the 9th Indiana battery from the 3d brig
ade, Sd division, ICth army corps/ together
with one brigade of Gen. Lee's cavalry, un
[ der command of CoL Lucas, the cavalry be
ing a portion of Gen Banks' forces.. With
out unnecessary delay, the expedition march
ed rapidly to Bayou Rapides, where we en
countered the rebel pickets, and drove them
In, capturing several. It was at Bavou Ban-*
. ides that CoL Sargent,- of. the 3d Masnachu
setts cavalry, received an naW bullet wound
in bis lelt thigh, while nc was gallantly lead
ing bis men ou to a charge. Arriving at
Hill at 8 o’clock Monday
<fen. Mower left the cavalry force to harrass
and threaten the enemy while ho.made a
rapid detour of twelve. miles, through mud
and mire, for the purpose of turning the eue
.my’s right Hank. To do this it was necessa
ry to march round an impassable swamp,
which the rebels relied upon as a natural bar
rier. Without causing any alarm Gen. Mow
er very quietly gained his desired position,
having first captured two mounted rebel
couriers, who were hurrying to Gen. Walk
er's headquarters with important dispatches
from Gen. Dick Taylor, who’ ordered an in
fantry regiment to be sent to reinforce him.
together with 6,000 rounds of Enfield rifle
ammunition. At .the time these couriers
were taken prisoners, Gen. Walker’s forces
'were six miles in Gen. Mower's rear.
I ehoaldjxot omit mentioning the maneu
ver which Gen. Mower practiced upon the
rebels, and by which he gained the victory
over the bewildered chivalry. Overtaking
one of the couriers, Gen. Mower In veiy ii£
dignant tones accused him of being a d—d
Yankee spy, at which the dispatch bearer be
came alarmed, and protested bis innocence,
asserting that heVas a good Confederate, on
•bis way with highly important dispatches.
As a proof of his identity, he handed over
his papers for the General to examine, asking
him to read them quickly, as he did not wish
to be detained. Gen. Mo *cr pronounced the
documents forgeries, and siid, “You are a
Yankee, sir. and I Intend to take yon before
the ColoneL I am Gen. Walker, and you
cannot deceive me In this way.” The aston
ished soldier replied, “ Very well, General, I
"ill lead you to the Colonel's headquarters,
and he will explain that 1 am not a Yan
kee.” Suiting the action to the word, the
deluded rebel piloted Gen, Mower and his
stall somc.two miles. As fast as the General
neared the cavalry pickets, who were seated
In picturesque groups around their camp
fircSjScarccly noticing our troops as they
passed, they weie ordered to the rear. Ap
proaching the encampment on Henderson’s
Hill, Gen, Mower sent for two companies of
infantry to march forward. Before riving
this order he questioned the courier about
the disposition of the cavalry and artillerv.
telling him the “Yankees” were not for olf.
Eager to be of service, the messenger ex
plained the precise location of each gun. As
soon as the courier overheard the order for
infantry to advance he discovered his terrible’
situation, but it was too late. The terrified
soldier expected to be shot, and ho became
highly excited, telling the General to “ hurry
,°? that road,” pointing
out the various positions of the einnon 9
» e were In the cavalry camp, capturing
prisoners at a rar-ld rate, when some of them
attempted to take a hasty departure. The
report of the muskets frightened several of
the artillery horses, who dashed off at a furi
ous rate among our men. It became neces
sary to shoot several horses In order to save
the guns and caissons from destruction. Tho
firing awoke several of the officers, some of
whom were asleep in a fine mansion on tho
plantation, and rushing out to ascertain the
cause of the trouble, they were met at tho
door by several of Gen Mower’s stetf officers,
who demanded them to surrender. Stag
gered with unutterable diemaf, the “chiv
alry ” stood for a moment speechless, as they
beheld the “abolUionleCß” driving off the
entire Texas battery, while Yankee baronets
gleamed in the light of their rebel : caum.
fires. Discovering their dilemma, they sul
lenly delivered up their side-arms,occasionally
bursting out into wild paroxisms of rage,
accompanied with a great deal of profanity.
A desperate attempt was made to discharge
one orthc 12-pounder guns, which was lotwi
; cd with grape, among our men, bat the do
i sign was thwarted. By the time tho last
prisoner was secured, the storm had ceased
and the moon began to gleam its silvery
light upon the romantic but to -the prisoners
disagreeable scene. Irwas one o'clock, and
the long and weary march of • thirty-two
miles over such difficult roads had well-nb'h
exhausted even the energies of these iron
men of the West. After rebuilding the bridge
over Bayou Rapides, which the rebels fhad
partially destroyed, Gen. Mower, having ac
complished his object, pushed on five miles
and encamped for the night Starting on his
return at daybreak Tuesday morning, the ex
pedition reached Alexandria at noon yester
day, the 23d mt, the troops marching with
as much apparent elasticity as though on
return from a short rcyiew.
E. 6.* BICH.
Fcarfril Tragedy in Philadelphia* ‘
LFrom the Philadelphia Enquirer, April C]
The audience assembled last evening at the
Continental Theatre, was startled with a
tragedy enacted before them and not upon
the programme. A icmnle was murdered in
one of the private boxes! The usual theatri
cal performance .was being given, when three
pistol shots, tired In rapid succession, at
tracted the attention ol the Vhdicnce to the
box, crowded at the time with males and
females, and one of the latter was seen to
fall from her chair, with the blood streaminir
from a wound in her head. “
The story is a short and sad one. Three
mouths ago, Maggie Baer, a German girl 20
years of age, of prepossessing appearance,
and formerly a ‘‘waiter girl” at one of the
concert saloons, made the acquaintance of
William Howard Mitchell, a young man of
about her own age- An attachment, very
strong and decided on his part, sprang up
between them, and the two were pretty con
stantly in each othei’s company.
Being of a jealous disposition, Mitchell
was continually accusing the girl of infideli
ty, and Lis reproofs were received in a light
manner, which only further excited his tem
per. During yesterday Mitchell met one of
the lemale companions of Maggie, and said
to her, “I will be the death of her jet.”
Little heed was paid to this threat
Last evening Maggie, In company with
two female friends, visited the Continental
Theatre, and took seats In a private box
The box was a:on filled by other visitors,
but Maggie paid no particular attention to
them. After remaining in the box until 9
o'clock, the door was opened by Mitchell,
who inquired of the girl: “I
York, will you go with me?” She replied,
in a half sportive manner, “I don't know.”
Mitchell then pulling from his pocket a re
volver, aimed It at the girl's breast, exclalm
. Then I'll be the death of you.” The
hall took effect in the girl’s breast. She
screamed, but the sound of her voice had
scarcely attracted the attention of the au
dience, before a second ball enteredherheod,
and the girl fell irom her chair dead. A
third shot was fired, hut it did not take
effect.
There 'were ten persons in the box at the
time, but the tv hole afl air was over before
any one could interfere. Officers stationed
in the building immediately ran to the box.
and officer Sparks, who lirst entered, en
countered Mitchell with the pistol still in
his Land- Ills first exclamation was. ‘‘Kill
me—she is dead!” ... ’
Mitchell was at once taken to the Central
station house, where he stated that his fam
ily lived in "Wilmington— that his name was
Maguire, and then, turning suddenly to an
officer, he Inquired “Is she dead?” Some
®o£. rcplhu3» * No.’ His -response was,
“ W ell, I loved her as I loved my own life,
and for her I dio—telegraph to my father ’*
Although under the influence of liquor.
Mitchell was evidently awaic of the mil
force ofhis language, and the the character of
the deedhehad committed. Theby-standere
prevented him from making any farther ad
missions while In his somewhat excited state,
and he was placed in a cell.
The body ol the deceased was also brought
to the Central station. As beforestatedTshe
is a German by flirt i, although no indications
of her parentage can be observed inher face.
She has no relations In this city. She is said
to liave come from Schulkiil county, where
her parents reside.
Xtofefelnl’s Comi»o*lflon—lts Pro*
dactlon at*Parls.
Rossini's new mass was produced on March
lith, :*t the residence of the composer's
friend, Count TVlppern, near Paris, before
about fire hundred people. It Is written for
soprano, alto, tenor and bass solo, with cho
rus and on this occasion was
cn two pianos and a harmonium. Rossini
was present, and the Sisters with
Gordon! and Anneal, were the singers, the
chorus numbering only twenty voices, while
among the audience were Meyerbeer, Anber,
Carafa, Mario, Duprcz, and other composers
and artists. The composition, though often
florid, is yet described as very grand andfolly
worthy of the great. master. The most no
ticeable features of the moss are a Kyrie, a
nu jestlc Gloria, a “Crucifixion” solo, a Sane
tuf, sung by an unaccompanied chorus, and
a fugue, Cum Sanctu Spiiitxu Alter the per
formance, the ladies present insisted on kiss
ing Rossini. Meyerbeer called
terAnber, in burlesque patronage, said,
“He has talents worthy cultivation;” and
Baglcr, the director of-thc Italian opera, of
fertd him as much as sixty thousand dollars
for a new opera. Yet this splendid compli
ment did not.sccm to affect Rossini at all;
lor a few hours alter, on receiving a basket
of fi nit sent him from Palermo, be declared
that It was something real and genuine—ikr
more to be desired than mere glory.
A Cow Killed by a Cat.
On Thursday lust, a cow owned by .Mr
Marshal Morrison, of Port Dalhousie. Cana
da, was Quietly taking her hood sietia on the
street near his residence,: “ chewing the cud
of sweet and bitter fancy,” when some boys
. who were playing near by conceited the idea
of haring some fan by tying a cord to the an
Im&rs udder, and catching a cat,, they pro
ceeded to put their scheme iut) execution.
As soon as the cat was fastened the boys left,
and the cat endeavored to follow their exam
ple,* when the tension on her tall caused her
to scratch the cow, which Immedi .telv jump
ed up and commenced running and bellowing
at a fearful cat all the lime
Ing and biting the udder and.lege, and Jhis
continued until the cow fell.down with ex
haustion and cut in the most fearful manner
when the cat waa liberated. The cow died
nest day, Friday. The owner threatens to
sne the parents of the boys for dam igcs, as
he conslders ift unjust that he should lose the
value of the animal through tho mischievous
pranks of .the lads who require more gad, and
less liberty. “
Mr,. Dickens’ New Novel.
The. title of Charles Dickens 1 new novel Is
at last announced! Ho calls it « Our Mutual
Friend.” If Aw friend, the late Lord Mncau
ioj.Were alive, he would tell him that “ our
mutual friend is a low vulgarism—for our
eemmon friend”—or if he.will, consult tho
essays of that charming writer, he will find
It so declared, in the criticism, wc think, of
Crokeris BoswclL But* whatever may be
said of the title, the story—of. which Messrs.
Harper & Brothers have purchased the early
sheets for publication in ffarper’t
will be looked for. eagerly by the greater
number of those who read the English lan
guage.
. CiirMr. McClorg, the member of Congress
from Missouri, who attacked. General Frank
Blair so mercilessly the otlicr day, bos given
written permits to, four of his slaves to go
Into the army, securing to each of them what
ever compensation he himself may be enti
tled to as a loyal owner, and stipulating that
in case of the death of the men, their wives
and children shall revive tho money. He
lias also written a letter to his “yellow
.man,” Caswell, inwhich this passage occurs:
. “Make yourLown choice. If you go Into
the army, let me hear frequently from you.
Make peace with your.God, and jounced
not fear death. Be temperate; save your
earnings. If you ever light, fight with des
peration, and never surrender. Enrol your
name as Cjswcll McClurg, and trvto give
honor to It. In the army give your idle hours
to learning to read and write.”
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A Ilmlled quantity of this superior Wine has bees
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5(0 cases bnsarrlved,by the steamship Olympus, direct
from the cellars of the well-known house ol
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noisseurs. Orders for one or more cases may be ad
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. No. 7 BROAD street, near Wall, New Fork.
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WANTED IMMEDIATELY
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White Lead. (Canvas. Blocks, etc.
163 boutb VVnter street, Chleoso.
CZO. O. TISXB T« DXKIXL LYONS. 8. G. QIOBS.
mlil-v63f>2m
E OBT. L. 'WOODS & CO.,
Wine Merchants, 04 Exchange Place, N. 7..
Have always on hmd foraale, Port Msderln. Sherry,
Malaga ana Muscat Wines. Also, Cheny, Blackberry
and Imoortcd Cognac Brandies—all of low grades.
mha-bTSMm
KING & CO.,
LUMBER BROKERS,
Office 242 South Water-St., (foot of Pranhltn.)
mLO-bSCS-lm
gHERMAN, COOLEY & CO. (
BECEIVBBS OF HICHWISES.
Orders Rom the country or city, for any quantity
promptly filled, at market ratra.
feSO-va-am Office. 48 Lasalle-st., Chicago, DL
ffilotfjing at (MMfjolesale.
BOYS’
AKD
YOUTHS’
CLOTHES9G
/ AT '
WHOLESAX, H3,
WchweaVEßY LARGE STOCK which we had
manufactured early In the season and for cash, and
are prepares to offer them as low as the same can he
bad In New York Cliy.
BE GRAFT & POOLE, .
Corner Randolph and State Streets.
aps-ci3c-lm
Nfltice to Shippers.
TO SHIPPERS OF
TALLOW, LAUD, BACON, POKE, BEEP,
General Western Produce.
The undersigned pay Pabtictlau Attxntion to
the sale of the above articles, and Consignments sent
to them will be
PROMPTLY DISPOSER OF
QUICK RETURNS MADE*
On very advantageous terms. We Issue a WEEKLY
FRIGS CURRENT of the above articles, which we
mail exATie to those sending their address to
ABRAM KNIGHT A SONS,
le&-t3S9-6m 32 Water Street* N. Y. City*
'* - Ucots anfl *ljoes.
—SPRING TRADE.
1864.
RAWSON & BARTLETT,
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers In
BOOTS & SHOES.
30 Lakc-St., Cliicasro, 111.
We have now on band a very large and well f electee
rtcek of Spring Goods of the vrry best manufacture
and of a superior quality to those usually ©tiered lc
our purchases in Decbmbßs, 1363, fo:
the coming season, prior to the recent advances, wi
believe we can offer unttbca l inducements to Csax
SKgxUiu SIZES
GOODS our SPECIALITY. toai-vftLSmlf
faceting of ,Storidjolßcrs.
TVTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
JLI that a meet! og of the Stockholders of the Fpunra
•National Pane of Chlrago. will be held at their
Banking Bouse, .In the City of Chicago, at 9 o clock
A. 11 -Ton the ictb day of April. ISfil, to vote upon a
proposition to Increase the Capital of said Bank, and
BQCIi Otter matters u‘ •"ir.'S'S’JS Pin* oISHSfE"
DKNJ. LOMBARD. President.
Chicago. April 4lh, 1861. apS-cICS-ldtir
iHUbirinal.
1)15. JAMES,
Formerly el JAMES’ HOSPITAL, ; Custom House
street. New Orleans, La.,c{Ub I shed in 1650,
now permanently located at
8C Randolph s*., Clilc:i~o, UJ,,
SiPEGIALIST
In the treatment ot
Old Qhioiiib; Mfiourial, Scrofulous,
And all kinds of
BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES,
DISCEDES OF a • CO.VTAGEOIS YEVEKUT.
CUIHiCTES*
.Cnroa them without resorting to Mercury. lodldo
Potaeslc, Arsenic, or any poison, but
' . With* NSDTRAUZBR,
A; POSITIVE CUKE
For all Humors and Blood Poisons.
: Organic weakness, such as Seminal Weakness, Hoe.
tarsal and Diurnal Emissions, brought on by abase of
the system, early Inclscreilons,. excess or entailed
hereditarily, canting loss of memory, contusion, de
pression,'dimness, and oftentimes Insanity, with oth
er deplorable train o! symptoms, treated and radi
cally cured by an infallible method,saving much time
and .expense. Qlcet. Gonorrhea, Stricture, andall
diseases pecullar.to the sexes,of a prlratenatare,
radically cored.
Old. diseases of the MOST HORRIBLE CLASS,
where the blood has become poisoned, producing
blotches on the face, small watery blisters, pains in
the head and bones, ulcerated throat, nose, limbs and
body, scrofula, together withan endless number of
sufferings.
Dr. James Is recommended byftfie press generally
of the South, tho medical faculty, and professors of
medical colleges, etc. Those afflicted should apply
Immediately, end be cored of these terrible diseases.
tST The following are the testimonials of some of
tho many well known and eminent Doctors of the
United States, of which Dr. James Is the recipient of
The letter below produced la-from Dr, Jordan, of Cin
cinnati, to Dr. Wilson, of Pittsburg, Doom, In answer
to a letter of Inquiry concerning Dr. James, formerly,
of Now Orleans, and now of Chicago. •
Dr. J.H.Jordan,was physician to the Cincinnati
Cholera Hospital during tne. summer of 1819, and was
Professor of the Theory and Practice of Medicine,
and of Materia Medlca in the American Medical In
stitute of Louisville, Ky., In TKO, *3l and ’l2, Dr! Jor-‘
dan Js now practicing in Cincinnati. *
. Here lathe letter referred to:
“Crxcnra-XTi, JalyS^SC;
•• Db. Wixbox—Dear Sir: In answer to your inqol-
M Wes, I would say that I have known Dr. James, for
** mcrlv of James* Hospital New Orleans, and now of
** Chicago, Dl.; off and on, for tho last twelve years,
“and I think 1 may safely say that, in bis line of
• practice, Ido not know his superior. If his equal. I
“ knew him two years In New Orleans, and three sum
“meraln this clty,andlhbotbplacesl had oe'coslonfre
“quently to recommend parties wanting treatment
“in that I;ne to him, and In every case, so tar as I
“could learn, be was successful, and gave the'most
“perfect satlsfiictlon. He has from the start made
“ the study of what arc called special diseases a spe
•* clallty, and bas,T believe, been most eminently sac
“ ccesful. I know of no one to whom I would sooner •
“ recommend a patient or a friend needing treatment
“ of that kind, or for any of the kindred complaints
“or chronic diseases which be has made his study,
“than to him. Ton can, I think, safely recommend
“ or send such patients to him in case yon do notwlsb
“to treat themyourself, -Tours truly,
“J. H. JORDAN,' If. D."
Also Dr. Wm. Leonard, formerly Professor of Anst
omy in the Washington University, of Baltimore, and
previously Professor of Obs’etrics and diseases of wo-'
men and children, and more recently editor of the
New Orleans Southern Messenger (a medical Journal)
says of Dr. Janies:
“Db. Jams* ?—'While humanity continues to be In*
"flrmahdmaotsproce to err, the consequences of
u imprudence or crime are apparent, and when these.
“ consequences are vlalted upon the unhappy wra«4*
* doer, he most seek reUef from the misery
•tailed. And the man who.devotes hie i|r- ,nn d tal*
’•cuts to the relief of this species of ho’*"® suffering.
'* Is not lew a philanthropist than vw wbo w . ofe * to re
lieve any othef affliction ♦' which manlssubject.
1 for true philanthropy not to.what caused the
“ trouble, bat what - relieve It, To this class be
‘ longs Dr. Jam - vbo .devoted a largo portion of
* bis life t<- * Qe relief of tLe clan of diseases entunera*
us advertisement.ln another column. He
at great expense, supplied Umselfwlth all the
1 material knowledge required fbr the purpose. He
'has been located In our midst fbr a camber of yean,
‘and the testimonials of the press, which has been
‘quoted in bis card, speaks volumes of praise in his
‘behalfaa a wise, discrete, and observant practK
* tloner.* *
And also this, from the eminent and venerable Dr.
D. lUchart) son, an old practitioner of Texas, and now
editor and proprietor of the Galveston News, Texas:
“We have known Dr. James, of Custom H«use
“street. New Orleans, personally, for a-nmn>er of
“ yeers, and daring that timehavebeen made acquaint
“wljh a number of persons wbo wera Afflicted
“ with Chronic Diseases which bed baffl'd tbe skill of
“tome of our most scientific physicians, but through
“ the skillfbl treatment of Dr. Jame* readily yielded,
.“and were permanently and perfectly cored. We
“know Dr. James to be a sclepdflc physician and an
“ honorable man; and therefor® recommend those re
“qnirlng his aid to apply whim Immediately, through
41 letter, or personally, for relief.**—Galveston (Texas)
News, March 9, iSdl.
What the Press Says of Dr. James.
The following from the Indianapolis (Indiana) Oa’
zettc, of April *tb, USt The editor of which paper
ha® known the Doctor fbr many years, and therefore
wh*t he says may be relied on. Heralds:
D*. Jawis.—Wecall attention to Ute medical ad*
vertlstrueLt ot Dr. D.B. James, which will be found
In another part of oor paper to-day ♦ and we do so the
more readily because we know Dr. Jamre. and h aTe
known him, more or less, for the last twenty years. It
U rather a delicate subject—ibis matter of Secret Dl*
cases—to write about or speak of editorially. In a
dally paper: and yet wc know no reason, why it
should be more so than about any other diseases to
which the human family are subject—lf properly con
sidered. , 1 • -
•* We find that our most successful physicians are
“ these who devote themselves to some one disease or
••class of diseases; as, lor Instance, to the treatment
•• of cocbumt tion and affections of the,throat; to dls
“ eases of the rectum, as piles ami fistula; to cancers
*• and carcenamatons affections; to cutaneous diseases
“and affections of the skin * to diseases of the. eye and
car—as well as the Den list to' diseases of the teeth;
M and, finally,to what arc called Secret Diseases,or dis
eases of the genital or sexual organs. All this is very
• proper.' No ouemanjnot in a life time, can become
"a thorngb and successful phyalclaa In the treat.
11 meat of all diseases, and wo wonld always rather
* recommend a ftlcnd who was afflicted with any te
“ rious complaint to a special practice physician, who
•’confinedhimself wholly or mainly to tho treatment
“of such diseases—lnst oa we would, for instance, and
“as we have often done—recommend a person suffer*
“ ine Rom any of the secret diseases to James.' We
•• kbonld think him more Ukcly to unlarstaad and bb
••and be able to treat successfully the dUcaso than a
“ physician who attended to a general practice and all
••kinds of diseases. All this Is bat.reasonable and
*• natural. • ' —-
••But as to Dr. James we can speak positively. We
* have known him, as we have said, for many years—
•and being a physician ourself, wonld naturally In*
•• qnlie Into and know something ahoot his manner of
••treatment and his success. We believe ho maybe
•• regarded as standing among the foremost, if not at
" the head of those devoted to this class of diseases
•‘as to speedy and successful cure of the same. We
“ knew him two years In Now Orleans, when he was
,* so regarded there, and, Indeed, all through
•the Southern country. His bouse -on Cat*
••tom House street, for .the treatment of
••secret diseases, was about as well known a
••Dr. Stone’s hospital for that of general . dls
“esse—and he seemed to bo quite fcifpopnlar, and to
• gH*e universal satisfaction. We have also known
••him In Cincinnati,—'where he sometimes ipeat tho
••summer—and we have always understood him to bo
“most successful, sod to give complete satisfaction
••We regard him, In addition to all this, to be a roan
••of unblemished character and sound morallnteg.
“ nty. He had to leave New Orleans, we believe, on
••account of bis Unionism and loyally to the General
•• Government, which Is certainly one thing In bis
“favor.
••To persons, therefore, who have been to nnfortu*
“ nato os to contract any of these diseases or have had
“such disease or disability entallelnpon them—we
“ say, and can say it with confidence—go to Dr.
••James. It la some distance; his ofllco Is ot S6 Ran
*• dolph street, Chicago; but It Is better, perhaps, to
‘■go all that dlttancc, qnd be treated skillfully, and
•• cored In a short time, and with remedies that leave
••no evil effects behind, than to trust your case to
*• unskillful bands, and suffer, perhaps, a life time.
AUo, the following, from the Mobile (Ala.) Adver
tiser of May 2d, 1£61:
“ Db. Jans —We leant from the New Orleans Cres*
“ cent that Dr. James (not the Indlea
“whose ‘sands of life* had nearly run out, bat a
“veritable and aktllfnl practitioner) who has been
“ conbuctlng one of the largest Hospitals in the Unit
•• cd States smee 18:0, at 83 Custom House street, New
“ Orleans, La., leaves during the present month for
“the North. What he is leaving for we cannot say—
•• only conjecture—probably on account of oor pres
ent troubles with the North. Be that as It may, we
“can say, and with confidence that he basthegreat
“ cst reputation In this country. In a speciality, of any
“physician that ever practiced In (It. Furthermore,
*• we have bad occasion to know that Dr, J&ffles is an
“honorable man, and he will Inform those requiring
••his aid whether or no he can give them a cure. The
“fact, also, that Dr.. Jamealyesldcnce has been a'
“permanent one, Is good evidence that be ts capable
“ of accomplishing what he promises In the treatment
“of the speciality In disease to which he confines his
“practice.”
The following is the announcement In the New Or
leans Crescent to which we have referral:
“DzrAßTtraxopDn.Jaxes.—This gentleman Isa
“ medical benefactor of merit so great that to a large
“portion of the community his departure U ever a
“ regretful event. He leaves the city on Saturday for
“the North. We can cheerfully recommend him,-
• wherever hegoes,aan practitioner,lnhls peculiar
• branch ot medicine, who baa no living superior, and
“few,lf any,rivals.” *» - „
Kowrcad this editorial,taken from'the Cbicago'
Democrat, (Bon. John ■Wentworth’s paper,) lathe
Summer of 1&8, daring Dr. James* Northern tour,
when he practiced In the city for a couple of mqaths,
previous tohlsieturnforhls Southern Home. Here
It Is: ; : ~
“ Depaetttpb of Ds. James.—This gentleman will
"leave ns during the present week for his home lo
‘New Orleans. Since his stay In this city of a few
* mouths, Dr- J. has won many frlebds, not only
"among those he has treated professionally, bat
** among ’all ho haai been bronghtin contact with.
“ Uniting with superior prolesalonal skill those quail*
ties which make one a true mm. his departure is al
ways a matter of regret, only equaled by tbV glad*
** acta of Lla return.”— Chicago Ltnx+craU OcXohrrlS
-1553. . t . .. s^Ti
Dr. Jamca* testimonials are numerous and reliable.
Dr. James has been tr-atme a special class of diseases
In New Oilmans for thirteen ymr*, andior the last
thrceyesrsin Chicago., Therefore,thaw, who may
require buch cervices' as he renders, should apply to
him with as little delay aa passible.
Dr. James Is now permanntVy located In Chlcato.
Hla office and parlors are 86 Randolph, between State
and Dearborn streets, up stairs.* ’ '
Office open from 9 a. m, till 8 p. m.
Consultations inviolable; - -■— ap&c&lt
ffiostcftrr’g Hitters
JJOSTETTER’S
CELEBRATED
STOMACH
BITTERS.
PJBTECTIYB MBDICITIOJi
GREAT TRUTHS
SMALL COMPASS.
HOSTETTER’S
STO MACH
BITTERS.
WHAT THE BITTERS AEE,
A pure, dtilghtfhl Vegetable Balm
To chccr the spirits and the nerves to calm, -
Protect the system from Miasma’s bane.
Bouse torpid Nature,"and the strength sustain.
THF.TR INGREDIENTS.
-Juices of plants, roots, barks, of virtues rare,
By chemlo art expressed with patient care.
And the mild spirit of the soundest ryo—
Forest of all diffusive stimuli.
| RESULTS OF THEIR USE.
Digestion appetite revives,
The food assimilates, the patient thrives,
'DyspepslavnnlshcswUhallltsthroes, .
And peaceful sleep succeeds disturbed repose.
EFFECTS ON THE LIVER.
The billions sufferer, languid, listless, pale,
Physicked for years, perhaps, without avail.
Finds In the BITTERS all be asks or needs,
And lives to smile at doctors and their creeds.
OPERATION ON THE BOWELS.
-Relaxed, constricted, or the seat of
These organs should not, tbr day, remain
The cause of each extra**® yon can expel” ■
The Bitters tone »nd regulate so well.
EFFECT ON THE DEBILITATED.
1 he flaccW muscles firmness soon acquire.
The fra o1 ® £ulna flesh, the ov» resumes Its fire;
gtrragtb to the nopeto the heart returns,
TIB staff and cratch the convalescent spurns.
BROKEN CONSTITUTIONS.
The constitution tried by pain or care.
Or wild indulgence. Is not past repair;
This 'genial Tonic, as the healthfhl dews
.Quicken parched herbs. Us wasted power renews
Damp, cold, exposing to malarious fog?
Bring on of file a fearful catalogue;.
But Intcrmittants. wbatso’er their, kind,
Hottetter’s Bitten scatter to the wind.
SICK HEADACHE.
Th}s torment dire, that an enjoyment kins,'
Yields not to pnngent scents or drastic pin*,
Tis from the.stomach that it takes Its rtoes-
Tone with the Bitten, and the anguish flies.
J WANT OF APPETITE.
WUboat dne nourishment life’s poises wane,
Tbe blood grows thin and dullness clouds the brain
But this Elixir sets the 'system right, •
A Good Digestion waits on Appetite.”
THE BITTERS AFTER SICKNESS.
Exhausting fever leaves its victims low*
And, unassisted. Health’s return la slow;
Thenrwith the Bitten weakened Nature aid,
For In each drop vitality’s conveyed.
AS A general prevenltvb.
By night and day, on river, sea, or land.
In instant peril of disease wc stand;
Bat its dread arrows harmless seem to glide
Post all with this Invlgbrant fortified-
' IMPURE WATER, Ac.
Roam through the world, through every climate range
Here U the antidote ’gainst every change;
Water Impure It tempora, and Inures -
Man to all hardships In all temperatures.
Who has not felt how feebly words essay
The qualms one feels on shipboard to portray ?
Dreadthem no more defyoldNeptuno’s power.
The Bitters cure the nausea in an hour.
AN UNADULTERATED TONIC.
Of an the liquors borne across the sea
Not one—mark that—Rom acrid poison's Rce.
These Bitters stand *mld stlmalants alone,
Powerless to Irritate, though prompt to tone.
' Remember, too, aperient root and herb
Arc blent with those that relaxation curb .
In thls'raremlxtnro; give this fhet duo weight ~
That while the Bitters tone, they regulate.
A GENTLE CORRECTIVE.
If on tho stomach food to add tarns.
And pungent gas the Inner membrane bans.
This grand corrective soon removes tbo b*p,
And Rom the heartburn Rees the Inner man.
A SAFE AND GENTLE ANODYNE.
Why not with all the opiates dispense.
That shakes the nerves and paralyze the sense.
When these rare Bitters soothe both mind and Ram*
Inviting both to yield to slumber's claim?
THE WORLD’S OPINION.
Touching the BITTERS this grand feet Is clear
Their fame fills all tho Western Hemisphere,
Known in on lands, washed by its oceans twain,
Hkaltil Hopx and Vigoe follow in their train.
AVOID COUNTERFEITS.
HOSTETTSR’S BITTERS share tho common hits
Of all things good. Impostors Imitate. .
Of these beware. Discreetly use your eyes.
From honest bouses purchase toot supplies.
CAUTION.
THE GOVERNMENT INDORSEMENT.
' lo order to guard against dangerous Impositions, Uu
public arc requested to take especial dote of the beau
tifnUy engraved proprietory stamp, through which the
Government of the United States officially authent:
catcycvery bottle of UOSTETTER’S BITTERS. fhiT
shield, thrown by the Government over the proprietor!
1 and the public for their Joint protection, la placed con
splcuonaly across the cork and overthe neck of eacl
bottle, and cannot fan to strike the eye of the mos
casual observer. Nothing that purports to be BOS
TETTER'S BITTERS can be genuine unless the slam;
Istberc. 1
It Is also proper to state that the BITTERS are sole
exclusively in glass,and never under any circumstance!
by the gallon or the barrel. Impostors and Imitaton
arc abroad, and the only safeguard the public have
against them is to see that the Bitters they buy beat
the engraved'label and note of hand of Messrs. Bos
tetter & andthe stamp above mentioned.
PREPARED AND SOLD B7
HOSTETTER & SMITH
PITTSBUKG, PA.
FOB SALE BT
DEUGGISTS, GEOOEES &
STOEEKEEPEES
' Throughout the World.
mhl-v3»6m-tn
{Transportation nines I (Tonstitnfion Ufe «gmp.
JJUFFALO, CLEVELAND AND
CHICAGO
1864. LINE. 1864.
WUI the enantug season of navigation, run tbelr
FIRST CLASS SCRE IF STEAMERS:
A\"tV; • • Capt, a. B. Co.text.
™S ) , IS CITY C.pt. V.frftoS™;
\rrvnnTi M.'H. Colics.
nATVv7 A .Cljpl.j‘3 WXLCH.
krrrrA U. BcbtOX Pisst.
CHICAGO... "mil"!
EVERGREEN CITY.
Between
Chicago, Milwaukee and Buffalo,
TdaeJilnsat
Mactbac, Detroit and Cleveland,
(When practical) forming
-A. ID-AILY L. I1T:E
(Sundays rxcoptedl for the transportation of Freight
H£?w .£ fIBCD 8 er3 * Rnnnlag la codlccUod, at Buffalo
with the
New York Centra! Railroad,
SpsnldlDg’s and Union Exprrsalines, over ths N. T.
h ““
The Sates of Freight and Passage by these
Mcamers are much Less than by Railroad
of this line'unequalled for sue, speed, safety and ac
commodation for Freleht and Passen-ors.
The line isp-ewarca to contract to "transport nroo
city from New York. Boston. Troj, Albany, and all
prlnclrnl points on (b* line of the New York Central
Railroad and the Erie Canal to the port* on the West
Shore of Lake Michigan, ana from those ports to Bar.
fslo and all points East.
cojmucmc freight agests.
JOHN H. MORE. Aeest New York Central 1 Railroad
i.9 Broadway. Sew York.
M. B,SPAULDING, Proprietor Spaulding's Express
N0.7 Astor House* New York. k "press,
J. n. WILGOS A CO., Agents Union Express..2o7
• Broadway; and Troy and Erie Line, 9 Canties alio.
New Torn.
M. M. CALEB A CO„ Proprietors of American Trans
portation and Transit i.luc. 7 Canties Slip. N. y. .
A-E. BUCK. Agent N. Y. C. B. V... Cleveland, Ohio.
Agent c A P.R.R.!Pittsburgh,Pa.
J. J. TALLMABGK. Aitcnt, JlUwauWeC - WJs.
SBKLUON PEASE. Managing Agent, Buffalo.
A. A. SAMPLE. Passenger Agent, S3 CUrk street.
Sc HANCOCK,
AsentSi
Office and Docks foot of Forth Dearborn street, ad*
Joining G. & C. U. B. B. Freight Depot. spS-bbU-aw
1 C£J_ OLD OSWEGO LINE
-I- U vita Transportation Company on Erie
Canal.
This old established and reliable Transportation
Company continue to transport merchandise and all
kinds heavy freight from the East at low rates and
with dispatch. Special rates made in stockaof
Groceries, Iron, Hardware, Pig Iron, Tt^ffragA
Iron, Lehigh Coal, Salt, &c.
Ship at Pier 8, East Side CceatlesSlip,East Hirer, N.Y,
' PEOPRISTOBS J
LITTLEJOHN, DANE & CO., Oswego, N. Y„
F. B. DANE A CO., 100 Broad street, .v 1 Y.
Wn. Eaton. Agent.os pier. Albany. N. Y.
Contracts wade by THOMAS hale, Agent, office
and docks adjoining Wells street Bridie, north side
rlvci, Chicago, ID.,Flour, Grain, Provisions, Lead and
all kindsProdarecontracteil sc lowest rates to New
York, BpstODJhUadelphJft, Baltimore and all Eastern
cities- via Lakes and Erie Canal, or rail from Boflhlo.
Spa-hStflw
|Tj.oor>RrcHE , s lake high*-
\A GAN '
Steamboat Lino.,
For Milwaukee, Kenosha. Ta.tfine, Port Washington,
an ‘l Two Blvexa.
•jqj® ap.aMtcn and fast steamer
UVJON’, Cnpt. SPRAGUE,
WU! leave IToweV Dock, (first below Bosh street
IrWge) on TUESDAY MOKJU.VO, April iSVt Bo£
docs. For freight or passage apply to
■ . ~ , - F. A. ho WE. Ja-, Agent.
Office, North end M.C. B. B, Fr’t Depot. ap-.1-b9X3.at
%ti gTotttraciors ~
CJEALED PROPOSALS WILL
kJ be received at the office of the Minnesota Central
, Coni P, a ?7. in Minneapolis, Minnesota. until
of Msy,i?S4 at 12 o clock noon, for the
S'^rcf.iSKXi'toiKCE 116 lrMci ‘ “ M °'
This work comprises a large amount of sand rock
exMvntlon, and the masonry and superstructure of a
bridge across the MlsMeslppi hirer
Notice Is hereby given tnat on or about the same
d *L e iL h J ? ,' work of completing, the grading, masonry
th e main line ofaald road,fren Farri
bault to the lowa State line, (SI) fifty-seven miles, will
D© contracted for-
The.worknpon the branch lino la ofa very hear?
character, and la worthy the attention of responsible
contractors.
Payments, win be made monlhlv, in cash, sad bids ‘
received for the work In small or large quantities the
rMer ! inc F 1 * n " ht . t0 reject any bids not
satlusctoryas te price or as to the responsibility of
the parties making the same. v 3
For Information with regard to said work, applica
tion may be maoe to the Company's Chief Engineer,
at Minneapolis, Minnesota.
_ „ _ ■ • S. CHAMBERLAIN, President.
D. C. Shepard, Chief Engineer. ap3-b9T3-td
Proposals for forAgb
_ _Chxs7QuAcreniasTsa'sOmai,i
AlexMcrts,andFartlicaros T». areUharoitS£
places, with duy, Cora, OaUand Straw.-
Bids wm bs received for the rtedvery 0f5,000 bnttx
Of rem or oats and 50 tons ofbayorstrew.orapwuffi
Bidders most state at which of the aoorenaznw
points th&r propels to make deliveries, and the Wi
atwtlch Tier will make deliveries merest, the qnia
Itrofeachartlcit toMdelivered,inaAr*
KMc£.ii:S!i Ya!a Vn
Thepncenau he written out in word* on thsh?*
w Coro to he pot ap tc«occ stoat sacks otaoouttw
DUahelseaca. OaUlallissatkß.otmtoatt&reebas«s.
caca. The sacks to be torn shea wlthoat extra char"
totheQovtrnmsnt. ThchiyandstrawtobeseoM^
The parilrmlar kind or if «eri;tlou cf oats, eors, b**,
er :trH-r, propose.: to :e mustba
the rircpowlx.
All the artlcicscffercauaderxhs bid* herein infra:*
-win be tullect to a -dnU taspecticn*j? tbaSvTdr
men. Inspector before being a-ceptoci
. Contracts will be awar-e t from time to time to "i
lowest runohilcle slater, u the interest of thc&v
wmeatxay requl/e an; payment will neasdewti
the whole amount contracted (Or shall hare been £
Uvered and accepted.
- The bidder wifi ha required to accompany Ms
posalwltt arnaraaev.signed bytwo rsipo’-dbia
tons, tost in case his sla is accepteo ne or they wT
within ten days theresfeer, execuee the contrast %
the same, wnagooc ana aufflcent nireilee In a ee.
equal co the amount of the eooTact. to deliver sh
ftrage uropossd in confomfty with toe tMsni or vs
edver-tsemens: asd in csss the aa'd bidder ikotid &
to satarj&ro the rpnbace, taev to make good tia t
fUeaee between th* offer of seM bidder ini tbs n»*
lowestrerpcanble olddsr.orthe Mnaatasbmii
contract msy bo awaried.
Thers>rur>albiU:Tofthegnarasion mast be show
by the official certlflcato of aU fi. DDtrict Attorn*
Collector of or any other officer under li
United State* &. jnuneat. or responsible pen:;
known to this office.
All bidden wm be duly notified of tbs acceptance«
rejection efthefr proposals
. The foil name and r. O addrssa of each bidders"*
be legibly wrlctsa & the proposal.
ProrcasL* renst be asor«»*«i te ar-gaffißyGansr
D.B.RnrAer.CMsf Depot Quartermaster- waaba*-.
ton D C,aod sbonUt he plainlynarseu*'FropCft
:jar-Fcrasc.”
Sends. In a run tonal to tbs amount oftha contn«
sisetdb* tie con raster and beta tisscaraatcrt, *ff
bereqi.lmiof'he auecemul bidder or bidden tsft
slgslne tbeuontrtct.
Blank lorms of bids, iraaranwo*, antfbohfs,aU3»
Obtatted o* sprUcatlcn at this office.
D “ TC ”° ‘form of FBOFOdAL.
: (Town,Cotmtr.and - .
Lthe subscriber, do hereoy propose to furnish az
deliver to tha United Buttes, at (ha Quartermaster
Departmental .agreeably to me terms ■
your aavenhement, tovlung propc»*l* fer fora 2.
dated
sg arucit s. tu •
-■ cf Ccro, in sacks, at - par bnshsl c'■
pounes. „
■ ■' bntbels ox Oats,laaaefc»,at—*j&a£buj!ielCj'
■ 1 tOTsafralndSay.at— per ton of a.KOpoali
—— tons of baled Straw, at—per ton of 2,0C9p0s- --
Delivery to tomxa - -ca on or oefore the —■
of——,l3B ,acd to he completed on or before
—■ day of——- . 136 .and pledge myself to a
ter into a written contract with tne On Lee stav
with good and approved securities. within D>a »y
of ten dais after oelng notifies that my bid has »>
accepted. Your cbealent servant,
Bflgaoicr Several D. H Ruckus, "" 1 ' " J **'
Chief Depot qoariennattar,
BUAEAST “ al ° Zt ° :1 ’ C ' :L
We, the asStraigned, residents or —, last
Conacyoi ,aaub’-*t«of , hereby Jointly 12
severally, covenant wlththa Unfed Slides, and era:
anteo In ewe the foregoing bid of he accept
that he or they will, wlumten days alter the acesy
ance of saldtld, execute tee contract ter the jam
with good and sufficientsureties, in a nun ciual to tt
amount of theccntract, to fnrnlsh tne forage propoaj
Is conlbrmltyto the terms c i acTeztlsev ent dated 2>.
©ember.B,lßS3,naderwhich U»bldwasmade,aml!
case the 'aid stall All to enter Into a contract >
aloreeald, we guarantee to make good 'he different
between 'he offer by said and the nsx
lowest responsible blader or the person to whom tv
contract may be awarded,
mtaeet, » Giver, under oar hands and m
iau --wef ,lbC
thebestof myianwieae
and belief, the above named guarantor* axe geoa so
sum cl ent as sureties for the amount fer which tfe ir
offer to be security, —^
To be certtfled by the United States District Afex
ney. Collector of Cnstoms. or any other officer made
the United fatales Government, or responsible nersc
known to this office
“All proposals received nader this advertisemaa
will he ooened and examined at this office on "WAS
NESDAY and SATURDAY of each week, at U £
Bidders,an respectfully invited to be present, at b
bldf t **U ttej a
Brigadier General and Qoartaimact*
(snlh (Companies.
Hope GOLD COMPANY. '
MINES—“GOLD DIRT LODE,”
Gilpin County, Colorado,
c CAPITA!*, SO.OOO SHAKES.
825 each. .
tbtstzbs:
John Evans, Colorado; F. H. Jadd. New York: H.
9. Cohn. New York; Tin. MoUer. Now York; Geo.
W. Grafflln. Baltimore; Hermann Fnnke, New York:
R.Cornell Winte;New York; M.C.Tyler,New York*
S.O. Arnold, Providence. *
Els Excellency JOHN EVANS.
Governor of
TICB.pBMID*7rT9:
i HON. S.O. ARNOLD. ,
DR. F. 11. JUDD. *
TVALTER E LAWTON.
J. P. DAVIES.
Office, No. 28 Cliff-su New York.
JJRIGGS GOLD COMPANY.
Hines, Briggs and Gregory Lodes,
Gilpin Go,, Colorado.
Capital 10,009 Shares,sloo Each.
J. SMITH M81G05....
GEORGE M. PULLMAN.
ANTHONY ARNOUX...
HENRY rOQGILX*
K. CORNELL WHITE...
C.C. ALGER
WM G.ANQELL
. du 13 g s.
President,,
Treasurer.
waltoTejlawton.
Secretary JD. LITTLEJOHN'.
Counsel J S. WOODWARD
MlnJnir Snpeiintenden*. . .C11A.3. H BlitGn*
• Office 25 Cliff street. New York.' aoieTMm
Copartners!) tp.
n O-PARTKERSHIP.—I have this
V,/ day associated with me my soa-m Uw-Mr.
LLCIUb C. PARDf-.E. The bnalneaa will be continued
hereafter under the name and firm of
STANTON So CO.
Chicane. Aprttlat, ISM. GEORGE E. BTAKTOS.
ap»btnnm
C:
0-PARTNERSHIP NOTICE.—
The undersigned hare this day formed a wait*
□erabip coder the name or Arm of MATSON * BOSS
for the transaction of the wholesale and retail Jew*
eliy boaloesa. at tte old stand. 117 Lake street. Chi
cago. UU MATsds.ofMilwaakee.Wls.
apd-c&iot JAMKS *** HOES »°* Chicago, m.
lift SYBl?!
~'S»pi. .VLTia’ Dodos.
.Can;. John pAtsoaa.
...Capt. Joax Etses.
WK. H. 68566, BL A,
Crt dcitc College of Physicians and Surgeon*, IT.
formerly Assistant Phyilclan Blackwell’s
Hospitals, lata Medical Inspector New York
State Volunteer Depots. nnH»y Qot l *
ernor Edwin D. Morgan.
Constitution Life Syrup
4 REVOLUTION IN MEDICINE I
What may seem almoet Incredible. U.tbatmanTfl»- .
e&eea hitherto considered hopelessly incurable arw
frequently cored In a few days or weeks and wa
cbeertnliy invite investigations of the liberal
and sclontiile to cure® which have no parallel at tha
present day.
Our medicine Is peculiar, br tt the seat of any *'
ea*els directly reached, and the eqnlllonam restored.
T hose who have sniftered long from palufol and «k
--stinate diseases, -
Those who have vainly sought relief from Um
Used medicines.
Those who cannot he cored by other physicians—
Are Invited to our Constitution Life Sjrapa
During the past fire years we have contended wltfe
obsticlea aid overcome opposition as herculean M
were ever encountered by any iteiormera.
RAPIDITY OF CURE.
Seme saT,“Toar cure* are too quick," whllsotlxen
doubt their performance, ard think that ducunsai
cored by the M alow recuperative processor
Thlalsonr reply:
In health, the body, like a well-balanced scale. U la
aatate of tqnlUbrtatr. But when from any cao»>
dawn goes one tide of the aeale, we hare the efloota
of disease, what la requisite Is. to restore th»tiormti
balance of the scale.
CONSTITUTION 1/fE SYRUP,
A positive and vpecido remedy for all diseases Origi
nating from an IMi'ORB STATE OP TIIS BLOOD,
and for all (hereditary) DISEASES transmitted from
PARENT TO CHILD.
SERIFLIOrE
It is so universally admitted that Constitution Life
Syrup is the only effective means of restoration is
the various forma of Paralysis, that wo need not re
iterate that It is emphatically the Great life-Glvter
Power. . ... ,
zNsiaxsnoir.
TV HOOT AT STOMACH.
< SCROFULA
OLANPUIAR BWZLXJNOS, IRTBIPILIB.
ULONBATJON. HALTBHXUN
This taint (utriuitabt and acquibbd), filling lifta
nuscrr.isu, alluuaf mecudi rtmSuai
RHEUMATISM.
[A RTHBITIS.] rmirjin, GOUT.
LUMBAGO. SCIATICA. TIC DOlTMinilBT,
If there is any disease In which the Constitution
Syrup ia a sovereign, it Is In Rheumatism and Its
kindred affections. The most Intense pains are al
most Instantly alleviated—enormous sweiUngs are re
dneed. Cases, chronic or vicarious, of 20 or 30 ysan
standing, have been enred by us, ***”
NERVOUSNESS.
NSBTOUB DXBTtITT. LOSS OF POWBW
SHATtZBSOaZBTXS. CONFUSION CFTSOUGRTSU
ST. TTICS’ DANCZ. BPXLXPsT.
Thousands whohaeve suffered for 1 years win blere
thodsy onwblchtheyreadthcseiinea. Particularly
to weak suffering woman will this medicine nravs
an inestimable blesalng—dire* ting their foots tens to
a Hope which fulfils more uan it promises. - -
Mercurial Diseases.
BAD COMPUenOff. . ACIUB IN nO.VM, , r _—-
TBxnzNo or wxAatffffaa,
CONSTITITTION LITE SYBUP purees the ays tens,
entirely from all the evil effects of MEKCUBY, re
moving tte Bad Breath, and curing the Weak Joints
and Bhenmatic Pains which the use of Calomel ts
sure to produce. It hardens Spongy Gums and se
cures the Teeth as firmly as ever.
Constitution Life Syrup
Eradlcetsa, root and branch all Eruptive Diseases oC
the Skin, like
ULCERS, PIMPLES, BLOTCHES
And all other difficulties of this kind, which so much
disfigure tho outward appearance of both males •"«»
females, often making them a disgusting object to
themselves and their mends. ‘ w
COSSTITUTIOS LIFE SIRUP
Cures ail Swelling of the Glads,
Either of tbeSFaee, Neck, or Female Breast- and
shcnldbctakenassoonas the swelling Is detected,
tnhg preventing their breaking, and producing trou
blesome Discharging Sores, which disfigure so many
cf the younger portion of the community, from six
to twenty years ofsge. Young children are Terr
subject to Discharges from the Ears, which denenda -
upon a Scrofulous constitution. These cases soon
recover by taking a few doses of the Life Syrup.
All scrofulous persons suffering from general Do
blhty. Emaciation, Dyspepsia and Dropsy ot,-«**
limbs, abdomen, and In the female. ii*£p»vottha
ovaries or womb, generally accompanied wire in
flammation and Ulceration of the utsruStareperma
nently enreu by constltorere UfeSTrup. The disease
knownoaGoitre or swelled Neck, the Life Syrup wm
remove entirely. The remedy should be token for
■ometlme.asihe disease is exceedingly chronic and.
stubborn, and will not be removed without extra ef
fort.
Tntncrs of the Ovaries, Tumors of the Breast, and
swelling of other zlands of the body will be com
pletely reduced without resorting to the frnifn. 0 f
operations of any kind.
epileptic Pits, Sympathetic or Organic Diseases of
the Heart, a,* palpltatloL. Disease or the Valves, uro
daclngacratlDg or flllag sound. Dropsy ef the Heart
Case ana all the affections of this Important organ,
(persons suffering from any aente pain In the regloa
of theheart) will be greatly PUievel by Constitution
Life Syrup.
Erotcs-domi and Delicate Constitution*,
9offering from Indisposition to Exertion. T-oea of
Memory. Forebodings. Horror of Calamity.’ Fear of
Disease, Dimness of Vision, Dry, Hot itin and Ex
tremities, Want of Sleep, Restlessness. Pale. Haggard
Countenance, and' Lassitude of the Mnuclu System,
all require the aid of the CONSTITUTION Lint'
FOR ALL FORMS OF
ULCERATIVE DISEASES!
Either of the Nose. Throat, Tonne. Spine. Forehead
or Scalp, no remedv had ever proved Its equal. •
MOTH PATCHES upon the female.face depend! hat
upon a diseased action of the Liver, are very onpleiu
ant to the vcnnewife and mother. A few bottles of
Constitution Life Syrop will correct the secretion
and remove the deposit which Is directly under tha
‘skin.
In Diseases of the Liver, siring rise to Languor.
Dizziness, Indigestion. Weak Stomach, or an ulcera
ted or cancer< ns condition of the organ,accompanied
with burning or other unpleasant symotoms. will bo
relieved by the use of CONSTITUTION LXFS
As a general Blood-Purifying Agent,
the Life Symp stands unrivalled by
any preparation in the World.
Diseases ol the Spine, as usually developed to tha
young. HlpXlseaae, Neuralgia. and all nervous l>is
eases. and Ladles who are soirorlni? from Diseases tar
Which they are at a loss to know what to do. we would
advl»e the nse of CONSTITUTION LIKE STROP. 18
will restore their pallid countenance.strengthanibeW
weak back, and side, give them new energy, new Ufa
and happiness.
THE RICH ATiD POOS
Are liable to the same diseases. Nature and Science
the Constitution Life Syrup for the benefit
PURE BLOOB
Produces healthy men and women; andiftheconstf
tntlon
Is the result. Do not delay when the means ara aa
near at hand, and within the reach of ail.
To Mothers and Married Ladies.
It la the safest and most effectual mcdlctce ever d!s>
covered for purifying the system, and relieving tha
suffering attendant upon childbirth. Is strengthen*
both tbe mother aod child, prevents pain and
and Increases and enriches the ft>od—those a ho haw
used It think It Indispensable, it is highly useful both
before and after confinement, aa 1C prevents
attendant upon childbirth.
Constitution life Strap
.Colorado.
.CWoaso.
.Nev-fark.
.NewTorlt.
.Now Voric.
.Hudson, N. T.
POOR MAM’S FRIEND AND THE RICH
MAN’S BLESSING !
Try It, Take It, and be Cured.
IT IS CXIVEESAL IS ITS EFFECTS.
WE H. GREGG-, M. R.
MtLE PROPRIETOR, NEW YORK—LABORATORY;
BROOKLYN, L. L
Ifect, $1 per Bo We ; Six Bottles for ti.
gy Sent by Kxpreeo to afl parte of the country.
SIOBGAN * AII,EN t
Wholesale Orogglate, Agents. 46 Cliff at.. Now Torfc
R.RBED * CO., FULLER, TCTCK v
A FULLER, Chicago ffff-Tttii Bm *maonta
CONSTITUTION
PREPARED BY
HAS PRODUCED
PARALYSIS.
PABISI3. rXJLIPLZQLA
PARALTBI3 AOITANB. ‘
DYSPEPSIA
LIVZS COMPLAINT..
Biuousjrxss.
BSD BRBATB.
Want of Appvm».
IS THE

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