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S. T.—ISOC.—X.
r. rsons of sedentary habits troubled with woalmess,
lassitude, palpitation of the heart, lack of appetite,
dlstrewt after eating, torpid liver, constipation, Ac,
iloecrrc to sutler IT Uicj will not trj tte celebrated
FIANTATIOK JBITXEJBS,
Which arc now recommended by tbe hlghort medical
“"I warranted to produce aa IMME
JJI.aTE bcnchcial effect. They arc exceedingly agroo
Able, perfectly pure, and must superceod all other tonic*
Where a hcaltlg*, gentle stimulant Is required.
They partly, strength an and invigorate.
They create a healthy apfrctitc.
They arc antidote to change of water and diet.
They overcome effects of dissipation and late hours.
They strengthen the system and enliven the mind.
'They prevent miasmatic and Intermittent fevers.
They partly the breath and acidity of the fftnmmdi.
They core Dyspepsia and Constipation.
They core Dlarrhba and Cholera Morbus.
They cure Liver Complaint and Nervous Headache.
The? make the ■weak strong, the languid brilliant,
eand are exhausted nature's great restorer. They are
composed of tbe celebrated Calisaya bark, winter*
•green, sassafras. roots and berta. all preserved in per
•fcctl; pore SL Croix rum. For particulars, see circa*
tars and testimonial.* aronod each bottle.
Beware oi Imposters. Kxanune every bottle. See
that It lias onr private U. 8. Stamp unmnUlatofl over
Uie cork, with plantation scene, and our signature on
a flue steel plate side label. See that our bottle is not
refilled with spurious and doletcroua staff. Any per*’
•on pretending to sell Plantation Blttcre by the gallon
or In Hoik, Uan imposter. Any person iwii’nini* tui.
hoick, saloons, steamboats and country stores.
P. H. DBARE 9c CO,,
JdS-vSC7-emTH*ji 202 Broadway, K.T.
Ball’s Cedron Bitters.
*“ Te doubled the virtues of BULL'S
CEDP.OK BIITEBS, if any such there be. read the
tollowlng certificate from get tlemen well known lu
Oils community, and donßt no more.
Itsgen’eral introduction Into the army will save the
eves of thousands of our soldiers,
_ „ * . , LorißTinna.KT^JuneKLiaes.
we,the undersigned, have seen the good effects
3r T °ducedby the utcof Dr. JONU BULL'S GEOBON
BITTEBS m cases of general debility and prostra
uon oi the system, and believe Its general use would
St event disease and relieve much suffering. Amnnp
uur soldiers particularly would this be the cate,
especially those wuo ere exposed to miamiiatjff in.
Buencee in the Southern climate.
Collector Int. Ber., Sd Db-
CIIACOXiTra, Collector of tbe Port ofLouls-
' Marshal General of Ken-
REV CommSS? EIiSOS,Cor - 6ccrcUu T of Banltagy
* CO-Publishers Democrat.
HUGHES A PAKMiILL. Wholesale Dry Goods
»»*w*c ea JiSU.Jl!^ nßt r e ei, Louisville, Kr.
T & C°- € Wholesale Shoe Dealers,
_. _Matn street, Louisville.
HART A UAPOi’HEIi, Lithographers, cor. Market
_ m d Pircet. LonlßvTlle, Ky.
•UIIIIS WINTER, Clothlmr Merchant, cor. Third
D. & Army.
C-M. METCALF, National Hotel, Louisville, Ky.
COL. J&SEBAi I.ES, 4lb Kentucky Cavalry.
GEORGE D. PRENTICE, Louisville Journal,
Sold In Chicago at wholesale and retail by
•. u * SC CVIL, 76 Randolph strccL
del&eGd-Sm Stew wav
UKadnznc Porter’s Gonsh
Ba tiom
Ifl # purely V csk table Expccu rant, prepared by the
Madame with great care after utut years of study
8D I experience, to meet tlic urgent and crowing tie*
ztwmd for a safe and reliable antidote tor diseases of
tiie throat and lunca. Disorders <.f tlie pulmonary
organs arc bo i revalent and so fatal In onr cver-chanc-
In* climate tint some i»|p .ntldntc has been long
and anxiously sought for by ih- whole community.
n.« indlspent ble qualities of such a remedy fornoou*
lar use, most f., cwtraarr or oi'ax.tiit opebatiox ;
absence of da- gerfrom orer-dosea, and adapt* u.u to
01 whale..r a...- „r .ox. FULLER,
FINCu A FtTLiF H Hi.o *-Mt live DWYER, Whole
sale Agents for the Western States. apu»-ai2-2taiAw
A Pobilkre Cure for Brankco*
ncKS.
DR. ZANE’S ANTIDOTE FOR STRONG DRINK.
The love for intoxicating drinks Is directly owing to
an artltlclal appetite—ln other words, a perversion of
theoense of last*-, saptrindLced br continued exce* d
In the use of spirituous liquors intemperance js con
sequently kot a natural Infirmity, but *1 wavs depend
ent upon nrtlf.ctal c*nses These once removed, the
victim of Inebriety will lose &U Inclination or desire
lor the injurious bereracc.
Dr. ZANE’S ANTIDOTE, by Its specific action, re
stores the diseased appetite to its proper normal con
dition. The cravlog for spirituous drinks at once
•cecses, ana what before hau been au Irresistible pas
sion, now becomes ditiastcfnl, obnoxious and repul
sive. The remedy is perfectly harmless If directions
are followed. It exorcl>ca au ulmoK magic «1 effect In
causing dccp-aeatcd avebsiok for all alcoholic drinks,
and increase* the appetite loriood. Price fiabox or
six lor t5. .
Sold by allDingglsts. LORD A SMITH Agents for
■Chicago. tplS-cttsl-am w rii *ia
The Secret or Health.
Keep the stomach, tne bowel! Aud liver in perfect
order, and all must go well. No mischief will occur
to the vital machinery while the stomach, the great
sustalLlns organ, the bowels. the safety vaire of tue
fystctn, and the liver, the auxiliary ot the stomach in
the work of assimilating the loort do their doty fully,
faithfully and retmlarly. But suppose anyone, oteu
or these organs, lack the necessary vigor to perform
their functions thoroughly, what then? Thenn-jwer,
founded on an tmvanln:: «xyertcnce of more thin fif
teen years. In every variety and climate, isslmpleand
brief. Tone them with UOrTETTEBi* STOMACH
BXTTEKS. a coarse of this trresistable cordial trill
compel them to their duty, end through every fibre of
the irame will l»e felt its renovating, repainting man*
«nce. Whether yon are prc-dlhiKj«cd to Dyspepsia, to
Uvcr Complaint, to (the usual concomi
tant of Indigestion.) to IJlarrhaa, to Dysentery, or to
Dillons Colic, here byocr safeguard.' The first bottle
trill satisfy yon that yon have the one thine needlul.
If despondent your spirits trill Imj cheered. If weak
you trill be etrpegthentd. And the relief wld be per
manent. There trill be no letting down—no depres
sing reaction. If yon valne life and health, protect
yourselfwlth this vitalizing accnt. No prudent mas
should think of going to the mines without it.
arfl-CUMir w y&si
Titih Wotsk,
pic great Chinese Remedy for secret diseases. One
box will nerfonna core, incredientzaie purely vege
table Can be carried In the po '.het without fear ol
detection. Price finer box. Sold by all dragnets.
LOUD & SMITH, Wholesale Agents. gB
apll Cl6o-Sm TH-BOAMO
Attention, Company!
Volunteers, who expect to retain their health unim
paired during the campalgo, must see toll themselves;
d V.? ot d ruj r *»t;rseoM; supple yourselves
with IIOLLOWAT’a PILLS aSO OINTMENT,
Avery English soldier's knapsack contains them.
If the reader of this ••notice” cannot get a box
or Pills or OlnUmnt from the drug store in hU
place, let him write to me, t>u Matutir Lane, en
closing the amount, and 1 will mail a box free of
expense. Many dealers will not keep my medlclres
on hand because thev cannot make an much prod as
on other persons’ make. 85 cents, 88 cents, and $1.40
per box of pot. api7-dlt-lw
Or* James,
Formerly of James’ Hospital, Custom House street.
3*c* Orleans, La., established In 1650, now nerm*-
licntiy legated at 66 Randolph street, Chicago, IUI
• uols, Specialist in the treatment of Old Cukoxic,
Mebcubiax..BcaoPUhors, and all kinds of Blood
akd beix DiasasEs akd Disoudeus of a Cos
taqious \ execal Coabactzb. cures them without
resorting to Mercury, lodide. Potassii Arecofc or
any pobon. but with a nxctralizeb. a positive
ccaxior all humors and blood poisons.
Okoakic Weakness, such 6b Seminal Weakness,
Nocturnal and Diurnal Lo<l.-6l»ns, brought on by
abuse oj the system, enrlr li discretions, excess or
entailed hereditarily, cam Inc loss of memory, con
fusion. depression, dimmas, and often times Insanity,
with other deplorable trnlu cf symptom*, treated aou
wdtcally cured by aiuirfalllbie method, sarins much
time ana expense. Gleet, Gonorrhea, Stricture, and
nil dl>p*«b peculiar to the foxes, of a private nature,
.n .fit call; cured.
Old His eases of the MO6T HOHEIBLK CLASS,
where the blood has become poliwmed. producing
’.notches on the face, small watery blisters, pains in
the head and bones, ulcerated throat, nose, limbs and
bony, scrofula, together with an endless number of
inhering*.
Remember Dr. James* Office and Parlors are at 66
Randolph, between State and Dearborn streets.
Office open from 9A. M. until 8 F.M. Consultations
confidential. Bpl7-d7T-2w
X)r. X* Dodd’s Celebrated Pile
Panacea.
Those who arc afflict'd with tbu p restating and
vexations disease need Buffer no longer. l>r. Dodd's
Panacea has bcHinuscd with unparalleled bqcccss in
Auronc and in America. Tffiusands testify to 1U won*
derfal virtue*. Send postage stamp for circular. Ad*
dres* DR. T. DODD,Post Office DrawerC6P9, Chicago.
npl3-c722Ci18 '
Ur. Bigelow,
Confidential Physician, (formerly of fit. Louis, Mo.)
n*c he consulted at bis umce, l'«C south Clara street,
•orner of Monroe, HI., half a block from the
Poet Office, os aU Chronic Diseases. and Diseases ot
a private and delicate nsturr, in noth sesra, which he
j-eate with unparalleled success. Booms separate,
when-Ladies and Gentlemen can consult the Doctor
with the strictest privacy. Office hours from 9A. M.
to 6P.M.: Sundays ldtol?A.M* Communications
confidential. Cotsultatious free. Address P. O. Dor
Enclose two stamps and get bis vluidcto Health.
‘ From the Doctor’s lone experience In Hospital and
private practice, tie Is able to perform, and will guar*
sntec. perfect cures fur all Chronic Diseases in their
most severe and complicated states, In a very short
time. without the use of mercury. . . .
Tonne men suffering from self-abuse are Invited ip
caIL A perfect cure warranted. Female irregulari
ties attendant on Puberty, Menstruation, or persons
naming any obstructions to marriage, should rail at
once and be cured. Best of city to
ability and success. mtu4-bSSg*4wls
Consumptives.
ConrampHve sufferers wiu receive a valuable pre*
lor the cure of Consumption, Asthma. Bron
sUlUs, and all Throat ard Lung Affections, (free o
r,b.r«,) IVKiuUnE their «Wm« JP 4 wn-S0N _
Williamsburg, Kings County, New York.
mhP-bVS-lm
Batr Uye! Ualr Ifyell
BACHELOR'S celebrated UAEB DTK is TKB h*BT
d tsz wozLn. The only IlaßMLcas. Tnua and Reli*
■ju Dye known. This splendid Hair Dye Is Perfect
—enangee Bed, Busty or Grey Hair instantly, to a
fiLoesr BLACXorbaTUaaL HBOvx.wUhootlnlarkig
.he Bair or Staining the Skin, leaving the Bair bolt
ind BcHntirtil: imparts fresh vitality, frequently res
toring lu pristine color, and rectifies the Hi effects ot
iuc Syes. The Genuine is signed Willi*, aA. Race*
anon, all others are mere Imitations, and should be
avoided. Sold by all Druggist*, AC. Factory,® Bar.
•Hay street, New York. jyS-gWMy.
Hoyt’s Diawatha Eair Bento*
mtlve*
In Longfellow’* Poem Hiawatha was adjudged to
have conuTTvd the greatest boon on LU tribe because
'oc brought to Its notice corn. Every one will admit
chat onr preparation is worthy of tfie name, for the
benefits It confers when it is known.
VVWVUW ,i vvyM,*B fl IIUI ,1 an hUUHU,
WHAT THE HIAWATHA DOES.
It restores tadrd and gray b»ir ana whiskers to tbclr
original color. Itbnnga up the natural shading of
one hair with another mu-* giving the hair a perfect
file appearance, so that the most critical observer
■connot detect it* use. it tunkes harsh hair soft and
.Silky, stops Its falling out. Cleanses it and the scalp
from all lirnurltles. IsasrvitdUv applied and wined
from the ekln a? any hair dre-slhg, and cstlrrly over
conies tlie bad cUects of previous use of preparations,
containing sulphur, sugar of lead. Ac. Tue proi.rie
tors of the Hiawatha published the following chal
lenge to test, In the New York dallies three week*,
watch WAS NEVER ACCEPTED. Let some well’
■inown and disinterested persona appoint one to the
proprietor of each preparation for the hair to brine
•jp the color. Every proprietor ro nsc nothing but
ale own preparation, and the person nothing els* dnr
uc the test. A certificate or the result to nc widely
ablWicd at the expense of the unencnesslnl compelf.
wt. told everywhere JOSEPH 110k T&CO.,
l>octor Thomson.
Formerly Assistant burgeon to De Novo Hospital,
tiacta Marie. Llsltuo, Portugal, and Burgeon to Hospi
tal, Saint Antoine, balnt Pierre, W. 1., has devoted
lilmrelf to the treatment ol contagions blood diseases
<!br more than thirty yearn. Ten year* practice In Chi
cago, HL, has estnblUico for him an unprecedented
reputation in curing 6cmtala,Erysipelas, Khenmatism.
and am*blood diseases, Nrrvousi»ebUHv. Ac., without
me use of mercury. The various complicated and
distressing discuses incident to females, treated with
amlncrt enreesa. Otflrc and Anatomical Museum at
■vpj south Clark fitrefl. Post Otllce Box 7Z. By In
-loalnc 15 cents in postage stamps, The Unfortonales’
•joide ebali be forwarded to any address In the United
, auz-Wll-iw
physiological View of 91ar*
riaffe.
• Jcntalnlag nearly 80? p«ees. and ISO fine Plates and
iurraving* ol the Anatomy of the Sexual Oreuue in
}>. n*te o! Health and mstaec, with a Treatise-on
«e!f-Abnse, He Deplorable Consequences upon the
-etind and Body, with the Author's Plan of Treatment
—the only rational and successful mode of core, as
rthom by the report of ca<ts treated. A truthful
■adviser to the married, and those contemplating
'iaa'rlage, who entertain doubts of their physical
.•vendition. Sent free-of postage to any adore*, on
• v-elr.l of 25 cet ton etom'.>« or nos al carrt-ncy.bv
>|are r LA CCOII. K0.31 UiMcnUm.^.
Human frailty, oh phy-
PlOl OGIC-L REFEARCHES, should De read
*.p everybody. It treats on, and shows how, the
o To r M hSUw “
lj en icOVlL 26 Randolph street, Chicago, HL: also o|
iIMf^KEAN 1 sJolbrfßK, comer Main
Incton atrteu, Peoria. 111. UU^U| * J
STORAGE- -Fnrnitnre and all ether
UDd, of goods .tored .1 modnj»l«tliarg« In tlie
FlroPnof Brick Warehouse,
‘ trect ’
aplt^WA-lw*
Sauteing ana Eifijaitse.
nihCß
OFFICE OF THE MER
CHANT® savings loan and trust com
PANT.—The f otesof the
CITY BANK OP OTTAWA , T ,
Are rcd-MLPd at the counter of Hits lUnt In Legal
To dor Notes at par. L. J. GAGE. Casnler.
aplS-cSCS-lm -
CO-PARTNERSHIP.— Richard J
Sherman, of Buffalo, Beniamin F. Jerri*. Presi
dent of the Back of ftarenotfft, N. T., and Edward 8,
Rich* of E. 6. ideb’s Bank of Exchange, Buffalo, bare
associated themselves together for the porpoee of
carrying os and transacting the basinets or
1130 PQ’E STREET, in the city of Sew York.
RICK, SHERMAN & CO.,
T-sR-ssssf^gffipS.atsffig-«
OOVEEHKEITT SECTIBITXES
OF ALL KKDS,
Railroad Stocks, Bonds, Sold, &c.
foiT B ILu IOWM D'-poelts,,ub]Kt •«>» checked
Mareli Ist. ism. !, V--
ttii6.sß3s.soas £I; bioh. '
jpOUETH NATIONiL~BANE
4 South Clark St.; Loomis Betiding*.
„ We are bow prepared to'recelve Deposits, Boy and
beu Exchange, and transact a General Banking Bud*
Bess.
BENJAMIN LOMBARD. President,
muuuta B.nOTCUDtaSBADoiB.CMite.
*JHTRT>
!66 LAKE STREET.
Original and Snbstribtd Capital, - . $200,000
JAS. H BOWEN, President,
AMOS T. HALL, Vice President.
IBA HOLMES. Cashier. fc2s-v39l*3m
IpIBST NATIONAL BANK
-*• OP CHICAGO. •
Southwest cor. Lake and Clart-sts.
CAPITAL, - • - f600.000*
E. AIKEN, President.
E. B. Beaisted Cashier. ' -
npHE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
JL OF GALESBURG, Galksbubg, Illinois.
CASH CAPITAL* 8100.000.
This Bank Is now folly organized, and prepared for
the transaction ol a Genera?JJanldai: business.
Its services are tendered to panics haring corree*
ponccnce In Knox and adjoining Comities.
, „ E- L. CHAPMAN. Cashier.
Cnioxfi H. Matrws, President.
I** XJ 1 ce Preridcnc.
mhSfrbceMm w fAm
BANK OF AMKRICA.-Publio
. Notice Is hereby given, that all Bills or Circulat
ing Notes of the
“BANK OP UIERICAJ)
Eeretoion Incorporated and dome business In the city
of Chicaeo, under the general banking laws oftte State
of minois, most be presented fpr payment to the Audi
tor of Public Account* of said State, at his office, in
tbe city of Springfield, within three years from the
date hereof, or the funds deposited for the redemption
Of said notes wUI be given np to said bank.
Dated this 3Sa day of Mar, A. D. Jefit.
S. W. Wtt.i.a an, Cashier. jy2frg2s2*to;t7Al
rpREASUJiY DEPARTMENT,’
Office of Comptroller of the Currency,
Wamusgtos, March 15, isci.
WnrrEAß.By satisfactory evidence presented-to tfca
ttadcrocned. It has been n.ade to appear that the
> IFTH National Bank of CHICAGO. In the county of
COOH and State of ILLINOIS, has been dulj organ*
ized nnoerand according to the requirements of the
act of Congress, entitled “An act to proride a Na
tional enntney. teenred br a pledge of United States
stocks, and to provide for the circulation and redemp
tion thereof," approved February 25.1563, and ha«
compiled with au the provisions of said act required
to be complied with before commencing the bnslnca*
ol Banking.
Now, therefore, I, HUGH McCULLOCH, Comp,
trollcr of the Currency, do hereby certify that the
FIFTH Notional Hank of CfHCAGO.County of COOK
and State of ILLINOIS, is authorized to commence
the business of banking under the net siore^ld.
( .. In testimony whereol, witness mv bund and
£ seal! seal of office, this FIFTEENTH dty ol
* ''vw 1 MARCH, 18& C
No. S2O. HUGH McCULLOCH,
ap9-cSS7-COt Comptroller of the Currency. .
®mutnisslon merchants
GILBERT, UPDIKE & CO.,
V* COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
»0 Lasalle street. Chicago.
Advances made on Grain. Fleur and Provisions con
signed toL. Roberts & Co.. New Tort, andStanard,
Gilbert & Co„ St, Louis. apiO-ckri-An
SAMUEL' SHACKFORD,
PRODUCE
coamissiON merchant,
Ko. 8 Board of Trade Bnlldliif Cmcaoo Ttt..
apl-bSJMro
MAPLE & CO.,
coamissioN hebcbakis,
210 South Water street, Chicago.
T. MAPLE. • tmh23-b2CT-lmJ__ J.E.MIPLB.
MAPLE & CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
City Bnlldlnzs, 10 South St. Louis, Mo
T. maple. [rnhSA-bas ImJ J. m. v >»>.■».
OBER, ATWATER &”* CO«
GENERAL COMMISSION AND
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
88 Natchez street. New Orleans, La. ”
Aibiet G OBiB& Orleans.
B. P. ObmbA Co , Bu Lotus, _telS-wSI9-3ni
Q. EOR G E 21. HOW
(Late SHACKFOED & HOW.)
Commission Merchant
pFFICE 5o» 1,16 Lasolle Street] Chicago# -
CT'ProtLpt personal attention paid to the sale and
£nreba«s cr Grain, Floor, ProriMous Seeds, Hides.
IveStock. Balt, Lumber, drc. KefertO the principal
mcrchams and bankers or the city. mh23-hlS2m
H ’ *
Huntley Mary A miss ilyder Caarlea mrs
Humphrey MarFmias Huntley Saaao tmw •
Hash* e Bridget miss Hotkey Mary mrs
Howell Carrie miss Barley mrs
Horton Pauline miss HarlbertM Lmn
Hopkins Helen mles Unrlbert Wn A mrs
Hoisted Ailentuiss mra
Hook Hannah ir Us . llcwcs Wm mrs
Highlands Era miss • HnclsMarymn
lliccms Anna ml as' Hnche* Jcmuo A mrs
Hickey Mary Ann miss Hubbard G U mrs
Hlpfcle H Pints* Hubbard Sarah Giza mrs
Hlckev Marpret Amiss Hubbard Enla mrs
Hickey Mary £ miss Hoyt Cordelia mrs
Hennery Mary miss • Host Thoa M mrs
Hayccr. Cnlce P miss iloworo Catherine mrs *
Haves Maggie mlsa Hopper M A mrs
Hatchce Julia M mlae Holmes Mary mrs
Hcrbrouck Anna miss Holcomb Polly M mrs
Hardin? AnnamUs Hogan mrs
Hartnett Mary miss -Boaghan J C Mrs
Harden Ida miss • Illggfnaoo George M mrs
Harripan Mary Ann miss Henry Ellen mrs
Harrison Hctsy miss Henry Catherine mrs
Batson Amrmta mUS Hazen Qeo rara
HmlonKftemlfta Hayward Almira mrs
Hamilton Mapde A miss Haven Mary mrs
Hamel Sellc miss Horbarph Kva mrj
Hall Sacoo miss Barilo Ann mrs
Hall Francis miss HenkeeAGmrs
HnlltckJ Minerva miss Harris Sami H mrs
Halpbl Mary miss Harris Mary Aun mra
Hull Addle A miss Hanley Mary inrs
Hnckctt MarrmUs Hansen Sarah mrs
Hull Henry llnire Handley Sanaa 11 mrs
I Huntington Adam mrs' Hall Alanson mrs
| HuliMoryEmrs HainesJulmmrs
202 STRI3 j iTory Mary C mrs Ingalls Lizzie miss
IHisccUanwus.
US. NAVEL RENDEZVOUS,
Chicago. April 12,1531. 7
jty ordrr of Provost Marsha] General, enlistment
in the Naval pervleeat a Naval Rendezvous, and Only
reported by the Commanding Officer thereof for credit,
will entitle the district to crcClt on^ltegonta.
Acting Master U. S. Naw, Commanding Naval Ben*
derrocs,Chicago,Ullnola.
Good Bccmlting Agents are wanted In
Bllclilgan, IlllnoU, Wisconsin, lowa
and Snndeoota^
To whom good pay will he given. Government bounty
la now paid to Naval item la, and men are received
for one, two and three yean.
DRAFTED MEN
Con select the Navy If they desire. spl4-cTSS-lm
JRONI IRON!) IROKHI
P. C. HUNTINGTON,
AGENT- FOR,
Ormsby Iron Works,
PITTSBURGH, PA.,
Offers superior inducements to all consumers of Iron.
apU*ciSM2t -
Look for the red
"WAGONS.
Dating secured a very large stock of the
BEST IOIES
Ever offered for sale In this market, we are prepared
to supply families, in every pan of toeclty.the comlna
season.
Wc have also a large stock of
LAKE ICE,
Which we will deliver to Batchers, and ajl others whe
wish It, or sell at our booses VERY CHEAP.
EVERYBODY
Will find It for their Intercut to call at IS2 Dearborn
street before ranking any contracts or promises.
CST’ Care loaded direct from our Ike Douses for ship,
menu WADUA2IH, WILLAED & CO.
mh3-v»22-2ni fcCAiiis
RANGERS CURED.
Lit, W. F. hPESCER, .
Havinglately arrived from the East, has taken rooms
at No. 157 East Wasblucton street, where he Is pre
pared to treat all cases of
CAIYCBB, TOIttORS, ULCERS, Ac.,
Without the me of the knife. Haring, In addition
to Ms own. the ktowlcdpo and EXPERIENCE of the
celebrated Dr. REYNOLDS, of New Orleans, he feels
confident of being successful where others have failed.
Dr. Spencer hap also a certain cure for NEURALGIA,
which lias never been known to fall. aplC-c9s£> zw
TVfARKLEY’S FILTERING
X»i GLOBE CISTERN, Patented March fttlu ISfL
This Cistern Is built la the ground, of brick and ce
ment mortar. The lower part la ota globular form,
with a water-chamber dlrccuv above, of equal capacity
with Hit globe. The FILTER consists of Sawd.Chab
pou and Brick, and iuenrfiacc is eqnal to the circum
ference of the water-chamber, „
This Cistern le preferred belorc all others, from the
fact that the water iscixamc aedpewm than any
ether cistern water—fit lor drinking, family use, or
any other purpose desired. These Cisterns arc not
batiie to crack, as others are. and may not need re
pairing in a life-time. The chamber can be cleaned
out in a few minutes, and the globe be foil of filtered
v ater at the same time.
Built any size required. Those wishing to purchase
rIs VV;Si' Q “rtdresa PHILEMON MARKLEY.
mli_i-b£s-im Canton. Fulton County, miaou*
T] RITED~STATES MARSHAL’S
ADMIRALTY.—By virtue of a Writ
rtnUpirtß^tSfrk? lo ?* SRruuel H. Treat. Judge of the
of ibi?l< K “ t^ D A ,rl . ct^u « fi »« , tbe Southern District
A.>ri A f> dated on the Utb day of
hieh.ii ®° l d at Public Sale, to the
frlt n n ?il^ l , l) dder , lcir Clifih, at Cairo, in said Dia-
Inc - the loHow-
BprtDgSrtd. IU„A,VrU?;; < S U S ’
■pyERGREENB.- of
CEDAB IAW], PA 810,
Tlieo quMter. ol a mile northwest of Graecland
where may aem , 1 wraccianu,
100,000 Evergreen and Deciduous Trees,
From one to ten fe*t high, and some of the effect nf
tree culture on our wild prairies in the vicinity ©TChi
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PIANO FORTE MDSloTlpri
vnte Irslractlou on the Piano Forte, by
1 Lady of Experience and ibiut;,
Mav be secured by addressing "MPS," P.0.80x
3857. Terms reasonable. »pU-cS2I-iy
IOWA AND MINNESOTA
LANDS, of everv rarielv of situation and soil,
and all In well settled counties, for eale. Pamphlets
end map sent on application, eoclosmgpostage. Lib
eral terms given to actual settlers, ana good selections
at low prices mode for those wishing a safe andproflt
eblc Investment. Titles perfect. \V. J. BARNEY,
Office, ]i? Randolph street, Chicago. P. O. 80x5637.
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OF CHICAGO.
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OF CHICAGO.
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LIST OF LETTERS
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Anerews Mary mrs Ayer Eiioa mrs
Antlbns Jennie mrs 3 apw»ti Coariotte mrs
Aipold Catherine
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Baker Lucinda mn Bla-chara Lotus* mrs
Badger Ella A miss Bletnann Johanna miss
Baileri-usau miss Boccee MunnleM mrs
BcrcnTFmn Bolcbicu Flora miss
Bailey Hattie miss Bora Mary miss
Ballard Mary mtss Barbor Mary mrs
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Ballard Catherine mn Boyles Precllla miss
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Barblcn Theresia mn Bradshaw Bridget miss
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Barnard 8 mn Bridgman J W mn
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Beebe James mn • Bromley Sarah mn
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Bell Orrhla miss Brnndaze Jenny miss
Bcebee Alary A mn Brosso Mary mn
Belanger Thebe mn Brown B A mn
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Bigley Joseph mrs -Banham Panlmn
Bltncy £ A mn Burrows Artbnsa mn 3
Blilinghnrsl Barbara mn Ontler Eliza Ann
Bigelow mn Barns C M mn
Bird Horace mn Bnrns Catherine
Blanery James mn Borne Catherine
Blanchard Mcdora mn Bnsh Sarah Mmn
Blakeeley Henry Dmn Bolts Antoinette mn
Blackburn Louisa mn Butler Mary A miss
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Cun cron Kate miss 3 , Campbell mrs
Campbell Fannie miss Campbell H T mn
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Carroll Catherine miss CarothenMagcle mn
Carecadlne Alfred mra Case Charlotte mrs
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Cavanuph Mary A miss Chalmocer C E mrs
Chapin Emma mrs Chapin Martha mn
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Chester A mrs ChorebiU J A mn
ciasley Benjamin mn Clement Kachael mn
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Clcmman J J mn Coffer Bi.n mn
Cook Margaret tore Coggln Emily mrs
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Collins Sarah mrs Collins Fannie mrs
Cole Dorcy mn Cole F W mn
Cede Annlo miss Cole Louisa mn
Commons Susan miss Comfort Margaret miss
Coleman Nellie mn Connolly Grace mn2
formers Mary miss Conners Mary
Conners Jnba rales Conners Jane
Connorton Bndget Coolon Ann EUzamlss •
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Corbin Geo mis Cooler i-arali A mn
Cardincly Thomas mn Conch Jennie
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Crawford Mildred min Crawford Sophrocia Amiss
Cnigln Henry Burn Crews Mary mlss2
Crookrt Eliza mn Croxon Fred mn
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Curry Angustns mrs Cunningham Bridget
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Davis- s \v mrs Donner Amelia inlsa
Dttvl* I>l tun Doorley Martha mrs
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D-vti M .1 mra ’ Donm Catharine mra
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I’tpm* Aronirra Dnenanan Mary Ana mrs
Deal MM mra Dtmham Chaa U mra
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Den pay Mary mn Denton C mn
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Fitting Elizabeth miss FostonTVHmra
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Filkins bar ah b Folk-mas Matilda mrs
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Flanders Mattie C tnles Fvrany Mar* Jane tnrj
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Flaek Anna H miss Fogg Thomas mra
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Fordo Belle miss Fisher Flora mrs
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Fortner EbmUs Fnwett O M mra
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Fry Mary miss Flynn Mary L
Fry Francis £ mn Farrar Miry A miss
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Gnlnnlp Catherine mrs Gallagher Mary miss
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Gould Sue miss Cohort GW nm
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Gilbert Mate zclss Gibson Joseph mn
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Gardner Lydia miss Gallows? P
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Jones Robert H mrs Johnson Belle miss
Jones James mrs Johnson Jenny miss
Jewett A mrs Johnson Maggie miss
Jewell Wm A mrs Johnson Ellaj mua
Joflln A K mrs Johsnloa Jane tnt«a
Jackson JnllaE mrs • Jones Nancy mlsa
Jackson Jakn mrs Juncerts Marla mis?
Jackson Martha mrs Jennings Marla K miss
Jacobs Ma’yErnrs Joglia Almira il m‘ss .
Johnson Pom! B mrs Joyce M mrs
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Kelly Elizabeth mrs . Kettleson Cornelia miss
Keith T E mrs Kclilher Catherine miss
Keefe Anne mrs * Kellogg Laura miss
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Keeler Mary mrs Keegan Lottie E miss
K«elerJßure Kane Ellen miss
King Sophia miss
Lancaster L mrs j^ewlsßßmlas
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Laming A J c rs Lumps Mary miss
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Lane Augusta miss Linde Justine mrs
Ltpman ML mn . Llghtfoot Nancy mrs
LnwlcssPitbronellamlss Lladsey Harriet mrs
Lcddew Maggie miss Liston Anna mrs
Ltesley Betsey Amiss Long Bridget
Lte? Barbara miss Long Saran Ann
jrtKlUnmhis . Locke Hannah L mrs
Lee Christine miss Low Eliza miss
Lewis Marla 8 nffse Laud Mary
Lewis Katie miss Luieh Catf.een mrs
Lewis Mary P miss Lynch M«*ne Anna mrs
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Lewis ri.of.be mrs Lyons Alllcla mrs
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LCwts Mary 3 uiss Lonergan Annie
Lewis Mattiemrs Lamont'Hmrs
Lee Christina miss Leary Arm m mrs
Mndipan Mary Amiss Mix Lurenda C miss
Mahoney Ellen Montaadon J U mra
Malmiy Mary mra ’ Moodey Ellen
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MallonMargJiretml»s3 Moodey Cordelia
Malahy Caroline mrs Mor-laad Emllymrs
MalcombNancymra MordantU B mra
Malay Mary mrs • Moran Annlemlsa
Maloney Ellen Morgan A M mrs
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Mollgan Mary A mrs Morgan Catherine miss
Markham L mrs • Milne Mary Emu«
Marshall Bessie T miss Jmrs
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Marlin Nancy Lmrt Morton sj mrs
Martin J TV mrs Morrill J E mra
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Mcal crry Mary L miss Morns Caroline mrs
Marson'Kaic mrs Moose D mra
Mathers El’za mra Momaer Catherine
Mamard mrs Mayer John P mra
Molten Get trade miss M ynahan Johanna mrs
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Mason Jennie E mrs Moore Hattie A miss
Mathers SM mra • Murdoch Sevilla mrs 2
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Mcrrlman John mra Murray JohnKmra
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Miller A I> mra Murray Margaret
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Mills Fhcrbe mrs Murphy Honors mlaa
MHlerCaiherlne Mcycrßarah mrs
Mellen f Augusta mra Moor Amanda E misa
Michels Ellen mlaa MmsPanlloetnlss
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Mctanh Mary Ann mrs McGartoey Anne mrs.
McGnrfev Ellen mlae McKeozh Anne miss
McCabe tC mra McKariiAnnamlM .
McCauley Rosa mrs Mclntosh Francis mrs
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MeOnre Rosanna mrs McCary Caroline mra
McfTndt n E mrs McHale John mrs .
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McGuire Wary ml-s McQuaidMaggfenuss
-VtGulre Rose Ann mlaa McKee SmUs
MeGary Ellen mUs • McCoy Mary J mrs
MrGomc Margaret mrs McSandlesbsran mrs
Nash ClaraMmrs . Pollen James mra
Nangbton Jnllamrs • Noye Jane O mrs
Newcomb Mary Amn Noole Kate mrs
Newkirk Anna mrs Nichols Catherine misa
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Norr.e Jane mrs Newman Lido miss
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M £ mrs Oliver Isabella mrs
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Peters Ann Enm ; Folk Mark mn
Painty Bell Jmlss Prescott Ellamiss ’
PUtsSfartha 21 m» Preston Catherine mist
Philips Kate mlea Putnam Julia B mtsa
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Lazimfe Marta mre - Roberts Margaret miss
Readmonrt Fannie mUs Ro« Mattie mlsa
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Redman Mary mtg'2 ■ Rcso Elizabeth mre
Marr B mips Ronze Nanle mlia
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Scjrniii Roce mre Blocnmb A u mrs
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Ebarp CS mrs . . Snow Sarah A mre
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Shcahan Fannie mlsa' Smith Mary Emins
Sharp Rebecca miss Smith Martha H miw
SbeedT Hannah mlsa Smith Magsie mlaj
Sheffield Looisla A mrs Smith IIM mre 2
Bhatzell Mary E znus Smith A mrs 4
Shephard KcadaNmis Smith Jennie ES mtsa
Shannon Lottie mlsa Smith Caroline S mire
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Sharers Rachel mrs Stiles Alice miss
Santlner S*btlncr mbs Ktllwell Mary mrs
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Symere Oliver mra Stacker Zaila mlsa
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Spell&remrs Snlllvan Catherine mrs
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St Clair Nellie mlsa fiwltser Lena mre
Stanley Orphallnab mlsa Swiar-er Lizzie mre
Stanton Blanche miss Sutton Thomas mre
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Stevens Lucy B mrs Simmons Ellenor mre
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Terry George mrs Torode Sarah L miss
Theall G miss 2 Tomas Magdolena miss
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Thorp A P mre Tower Ann miss
Thatcher Geo T mrs Tarpy Alice mre
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Tlbbett Addle mre Tranls Mary J mrs
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Tho npson Jennie miss Taler Amellamra
Thomas Both mUs Tanner Josephine mra
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Walters Kellhmlw Wiley Elizabeth mrs
Walpole Joseph mrs Wtnueld Mary E mrs -
Walter Martha mrs Witty Louisa mrs
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Ward Bridget miss Williams M A miss
Watson Annie mlsa William* Amelia M miss
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Webb Josephine mrs Williams Kllzabe’h miss
Weber Mnr> D mlea Williams Kitty miss
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Wells, care Pierce 4co, Wiisoa Margaret A mlsa
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Wf rtr.ler Hfctta miss Wilson Ann T mrs
Walsh EMzamlts Woodard Alice T miss
WnUh Margaret mlsa Woods Sharlott miss
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Wheeler Emma miss Wnght Mary Jane mrs
Wfctlen Kellie miss Wright A A mrs
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Whitney Ellis W mrs Wnght Lome miss
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AnstlsCß AlbrightsTS Ahern John
AdamaOM Austin GW Ameridtjrhn
Alim, Cofp & Nl-Abstin Cbas Anderson John
t-bet Andrews Chas Anderegs John M
AcnmsAaronA Ashford Chas Andrews John
Atkin Abraham Atkins Kdwd Allen WG
A 1 Jen BF ■ Ames Gustavos Armstrong W W
Atkins Charlie Andrews H2l Almeida dr
Avery dies Abraham Henry Arnold A co MBS
David Austin FIB Austin C O
Ayers E Ahern James Apoieget Soyen
Ashman RC - Alexander JF Andrews Sll
AchaniEdwdE Archer J Anderson Isaac
Atwood 8 N captAlds John . Abrahams Lewis
Anderson Geo W Anderson John CA«h Michael
Adkins T ’ AdesJohn Abraham H
Armstrong Tbos Aiken John Amis U (I dr
Ack>y Thos,. Andrews John A Abbott beth
Adams M
Bancs Noah Barrett Wm BeUSW
Dotty PA capt Barry &co Wm Becker Fredrick
Dayton &co BalroesJohnSpen* W
Bangtln&brother .cer Black FM
Bailey Alien! Eioxter W D Beardsley Geo B
James Baker WH BHmGcoH
.IToracfcen Jos E Baldwin W A Blatchford Geo
Baker EcwelC Baker Wm 8 ' BeebeoThos
Baker A J Baker Wm . Bird Geo W
Baker &co Bettis Wallace ' Bolles Moraco r
Barnes ON Baokcn Barney Bennett It
BnJ Peter Adams M Bcvler Wm E
Backus Cornlelns Baird Marshall Better J Q
BarelayFUUander Bates Lewis Bean J
&co BorriteL •••iiJijiey JameaM
BarhoroDS baerlin Loots Beattie JO
Barber Richard Benuctt wit Blanchard Joseph
Bartlett ell« 8 Bentou bros Aco Bcrmcgham .lon
Bayden F H Blsbopp Batten Bellinger John J
Baxter Geo Benjamin&JJran- Beecher John G
Bakes Uco fort Blglond John
BancGM DedtdtAmos ' Beebe Wll
Barlow II S 2 Betts, Melhea A Beaty IT M
Bailer Henry Wyman BlomfelrtWm
Ballad Henry J BlackeU CU Barry Win
BakcrJoa Bickford Perry Biglow W Nelson
Burr J Mcapt Blake Patrick Bishop Walbons
J tally J . Blckcretl Cll Blake 1711
Baker JO6 Black Ba-lel Bennett L 51
Burrctt .lames II Bluthard David Dcrinlclt Martin
Bailey John- Bentley Bob rev illume Loues
Balafonl John Burry 110 Bluer Lyman P
Barker John R B-ltocr Rob -'Bennett LI) cant
Barston Joseph Bell Frank * Bell Mslbham
Bartz Joseph Bethels BcebtrAcoM
Bceßectnr . Bryant Thos P Barnes K
BeetlngerM Bryan Tlics - Barnes Elcxbls
Deicing M M Brody Terence Byers Edwin
Brookfield BenJ FDroback Herman Barns *dward
Brown Alex Bright Hcniy A BorVe Edward
Brooks Abram BrackdarkMT Barbeck.J Prince
Barrel Andrew F Brown Herbert Barling Thos
Btnncegt Byron Botlom Henry Darns Thos
Brute sergt Vcterßrerdt Jallua Burtls Thos B
BorgarrkaCh. Bradley JH BuntlnGco
Breed Chos Boyer JamesC Bush Henry
Breed GO • Britton El* Batter Henry
BrlgcaChas Brings J 5V Barehncll James
Brenan CL as H Bray ton J W Burnham James
Brown Edward 3 Braddock John Barns capt James
Bragg M • BondJuslah • Bnrbock Jacob J
Brlecs Edwin R 2 Brennan John ByanJohn W
Bdcgs dr RB Bryant WK ' Barges John
Bridge II "Wllllamßosley WS Bailc&eJohn
Brown Sncncer Boyle Wm C Dockland John J
BsckFu . Brown Wm H Bares Joseph
Bradford Frank CBrownmr A mrs Buckingham Jno-
Boorman Samuel Bowers S BnmotT John
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rnilih James . Steele James L Suttl von Phillip
Sent j r . -StnvensHH SterottPatnck <
Sherwood’Jacob StokeiHenry Sullivan C
Sharp JR, Stephens HenryMStananl Otlbt&eo
Sawyer Henry WStandley Geo , Sumner C F
bonier It- S'e rariThonu?JSiebtans&Porter
btevcßs 5r co* btrretmr Stearns John B
Swecchart A K Stturt Johnß
StowellNß Summers MT Bitter JohuN
stone Alfred Sullivan W R stunearker John
Bcn-.ner O F • Stevenson Wm Stamps John-
Hreet Alfred Stewart Wm StraJiha
.*tich E Stephens J*bu Stearns John W
SnidntyL . Stearnr.John
Tfczalin Albert ETnylor William Tesb Peter
TertfcF Teat wim Jm Tarkor.AF
TLorpe Divld L TajlcrJohnM Travis rev
Thoms* DC Tecnlan J C Toozalla A E
ThomppoaOO Teivln John Trannermr
JooraejPD Ttnnian J c Toolay -Martin
Tnimbulic. Taylor JX- Txlyhe Michael
Tackett Charles Talbot J a Turner W II
Talcott P A , Thompson Wm
TnckerßF TerhlUJß Treacey John
Tbcmpfon Allen Taylor J B Trim .lohn
'Taylor JR Thell John
tv Slf i , TayloriTecrv S Thomas Jacob J
Tcad Benjamin Teenln Virginias Tinker Isaac
Thomson Alex 2. Taylor Herman Thornton James
Turner TbosJ w Taylor Henry £ ThroopJE
Tnttlc Henry "W TeeleJW Tullo James P
Thomas Benele . Taylor JR ToliUnF W
TashSethW Treadwell Fred
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2»y*orßobert Trott Frederick
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?slTi.^ n 4 011 ' Ta y lor •: Chrlsto-Tooko Richard
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Wallace,Klng&cbWall Thoi F Wallace P
Webster &co .Well* Geo W Ways tall CL
Ma cb JasH . Weller George Warner C D
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w al sif u > t. » Warren Ollyer J
Walsh John Westbrook F J Wanner Anthony
Walsh Pi Wagner Frank E Waliher Albert*
Welch Thoß . WeatT.U - Waterman AII
Walfh Edmond Weber F C Wells Newton ’
Waleli Thbs . : Waazer Sidney West B F
Waleh Philip Watson Ellas 1) WallT
Wll’laiDß Jno Waterman IS WalKley L H
Welch John < WaisonDelfcrt Waterman L
Wagtrllß ' Webb-D Walter Lawrence
WarrlnHO WalkerPJ Walter Matzclln
Warner HD WarnerPJ Wilber bowls
Weber! 11. Warren Charles AVcstLncas ■
Wambush Win. WbaUn Michael Wheaton R Meant
WeanerUri • Wu flo nF Whittier Dayld L
Wallace John R Wiggins Wm Wilson E P
Ward Joseph C Williams A P Whitney D D
Waodhop jno W Williams O R Whlto C N
Ward John R .Williams J L Wheeler C J
Weir Thompson Williams Michael wiiitnayiCbatles
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Wheeler Jacob Wilson JiF Wines Benjamin
Walker JW . Wiimot Robert "White A P
■ Warner J Jacob Whiteside Rom-Winslow A A
Waterman JW yen ’ Williamson AD
Wight A 8 Wmoecolt John Woodruff W
Wiseman mr White J WooileyWM
Whiteford nr r Williamson n H - Wood bent W B
V heeler (»A White Mem y Wright John
WhlteborenF Wilder ML Wright LM
VVittenmver Wm Walker G S Worthcn James 3
W bliuytVllllam Wheeling Josph SWocda Jou.es 2
Winn Avlllje o Willis Henry Wo’cott James
Whltcflcto Wmn White Hugh Wright Henry L
WHiismson mP White dr ft W Wright Thos
•Wilson Wm-W WhlllmrJT Wycoff George
Wilson WJ WUcox Thos Wright Tracy
AA hltffclde AVU WTiUmac G R Wood Ell
Willard Jno W White Thos S "Wleclcaworth ET
James R> WilliamsThcddrcAVoolrnff R 9
■Wife John . Welton Thos Woodman D C
AVhite JohnD. wuiiokorFS AA'ollcttC
.Wberlrlght Jos 8 Welbaaky F 8 Wormley Charles
Wine gardner JiiOAA’rlalit K M Wyader Charles
WbPeman J H Wright F B Wood C A
»»lnn Jackson A WlonLoander Wright J: Magee
Wlfbart James AVorfcman Loren- AA'oodrnlTA R
White Joeß . Avright I. Wood Bsunlett
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Wilkins JefTemmWorihinghnm phens
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Oriental Lodge No O Pis AM....Plain Lodge No
M* A A3l....\Varansla Lodge No ICO FSAJI,...
AshlerLodgcNoKSF&AM....PhillntOfflcc . .Ori
ental Powder Co....General Agent ot Klrble’e R-ap
er....Prcgl» ent of the Seaman’s Benevolent Aid Asso
ciation. ...Hutter 101 Lake st....Proprietory of tho
fcundy bchool Primer....Ball’s Ohio Reaper & Mower
....rditor of the Farmers’-Advocate....Automatic
Bottle Closing Co....Commanding Officer Co M Ind
Keg II! Arty....Chicago Lung & Throat Institute....
Office of the Chranlcal ilew’s Reaper....North
Western Soap Co....Western Banner....Review....
Morning Bulletin....Presb Reporter....Femurs’Ad
vocate....Weekly Dispatch....Fresh Expositor....
Market Banned....West Farmers Magazlce7..,9
JSC....JM A....SPJ KM....3 P JC M
....EH G.,..Fred II H....J H D....1KV State st 135
Michigan av... : .1« Dearborn Drawer 535....80 x
20;p...,Dra - werKSß,..;Bpxy7s'3, ”
Persons wishing drop letters advertised must affix a
three cent stamp. •
•jarOillcc open from Ist of April to Ist of November
pi ta. in. till Bp. m. From November Ist till April
Ist. from 8 a.m. till Bp. nu, and on Sundays from 8
a.w.tol(klsa.m.
: 29xfl J.L.SCRIPPS.P.M
TAXING THE BANKS.
Wltbln the past fortnight many of onrlead
ing exchanges have come out in Tavor of
Congress taxing the Wild-Cat hanks, and ex-
polling their unconstitutional issues from
circulation. The necessity for this course is
becoming too obvious to be blinked any lon
ger. The Pittsburg Gazette , the leading pa
per in Western Pennsylvania, advocates
the suppressing of tho Wild-Cat sbinplas
ters by taxation. It says in reviewing tie
question;
** We have afloat too much paper money
Issued by banking associations all over the
country, to justify the hope that a whole-'
some condition ot the money market cm ex
ist for a very long period. Much of this kind
df money cun never be redeemed either by
specie or l«gal tenders. . And among those
associations the tendency is nowhere to con
traction, but everywhere to expansion. At
the beginning of the war, as we learn from
competent authority, the banks in the North
ern States bad about one hundred and fifty
millions in circulation; now they bavo more
than four hundred millions. If this process is
to go on, or even if it s.ops where it Is, there
will be otter a while such a toppling and
an uprooting of confi
dence's this country has not seen tor a
quarter of a century. Asa matter of fact,
confidence is beginning to wane . already, for
everywhere tlie people demand greenbacks
and national currency in preference to bank
notes.
-Then again, as another evil effect of the
expansion of the. Issues of private banks—as
an effect of too rnveh paper money—wc have
the constantly increasing expansion'in prices
and an increase in the speculating madness.
Reduce the volume of currency four hundred
millions of dollars, and see bow rapidly prices
will tumble; and sec also bow quickly the
mania for wild speculation will suffer a de
cline.
But perhaps the strongest argument in
favor of the suppression of the Issues of pri
vate banks is that which Is based ul-ou
oiftV* oj the Government. If wc n'uist have
paper money, let It be the promises to pay
of the nation instead of individuals. Let the
Government have the benefit of all the circu
lation of the country. It need* It Make
greenbacks and national currency the only
circulating medium next to gold and silver,
and the national credit Is strengthened that
much—that is, to the extent that bank notes
are displaced. It the four hundred millions
of,the Issues of the banks of the country are
Withdrawn, from circulation, the value of
greenbacks and national currency will a. once
rise.
Bat, to go stQI further, If the necessities of
the Government should require the issue of
say four hundred millions of greenbacks or
national currency in addition to that now in
circulation, docs not everybody see that to do
this and at tho same time withdraw that
amount of bank notes from circulation
would be equivalent to a further loan to the
Government of the four hundred millions
teithout increartngthetxtper money of the country
one dollarf The dlfferenco.wonld be that the
Government instead of private Individuals
would be responsible, and the Government
would be bccefitted instead of its present ri
vals. * .
• TN e look at this question from what we
conceive to be a common sense stand point.
With out present convictions wo think it
"would be on exercise of. financial wisdom for
Congress at once to ordain and enact that
thenotes of all banks shall be as speedily as pos
sible oppressed, by taxation or otherwise.
Kentucky Politics.
Matters are working out all right in Ken
tucky. Tbe apostacy of the Louisville Jour*
mil was the Tcry bent thing that could possi
bly; have happened for the Union cause in
Kentucky. It has .opened the way for the
establishment of true Union papers * and a
true Union party. The sheep are divided from
the goats. Prentice,' Guthrie and Bramlette
having left the.Unlon party and gone over to
the Copperheads, their baneful, repressive
influence is now withdrawn from.it,'and it
can take its position as a part of the great
unconditional party of the Union. It will
redeem Kentucky and enroll her in the glo
rious list of Free States, A new Union doily
paper is Just started in Louisville, ■ called the
TTnicn Pres*. The old Commonweal, of Frank
fort, bos come out radical, and a new radical
paper has Just been established In Lexington,'
called the JiationvVVnion. We copy the plat
form ;
The Copperhead Journals are in the- habit
cf calling tbe Union party “ Radicals,” and*
“Abolitionists.” In one sense we acknowl
edge ourselves Abolitionists and Radicals.
We are in fuvor of abolishing the rebellion—
abolishing rebels—abolishing rebel sympathi
zers-i-abolisbing tbe principles of those who
oppose the laws of the land—and abolishing
this new fledged Democratic party, over
which the old Whig, George,D. Prentice, pre
sides. We are radically, opposed to .seces
sion—to resistance to the taws of the united
States—to bringing in conflict State and Na
tional authority—to favoring rebels—and to
the Democratic party. "When Conservatism
means abuse ofotfr Prcsidentymd no abuse of
Jeff..Davis—opposition to every nie-isure.for
putting down the rebellion—stirring up the
people to resist the laws of the land—to re
tard enlistments and lavor desertion, reliance
upon rebel votes, and the hiking •of avo wed
rebels into our counsels-to threatening Union
men and defendlngrehels—denouncing Union
men and associating with rebels in the strict
est political confidence We pray to he de
livered from it. Our Radicalism means, pre
servation of the Union, cost what it may.
. Ihe Conservatism in this community
.means,preserve the negro though the Union
goes to the dogs. Our Radicalism.means,
an’undivided Union for the white man’s
sake. ' Conservatism means, a broken Union
lor the sake ‘of the negro. We would pre
serve the Union though slavery was abol-
lahcd. . Ihe Conaervatives would presetre
a Jf I 7.^ 10n Sti.th3 'Union be abolished.’ Onr
Kanicnbani utrikes at the root of the rebel*
"PS* lT Conservatism strikes at the root
?/JStrt^- nlon v Cnr Radicalism mokes os pa*
free * 5. a P,py» desiring and Intending
J’S ited coantr T- Their Coaserra
♦l? ieil in'P 00r mJae nthle slaves to a
ftor that they will soon be on ah equality
with the negro. Onr Radicalism giveanaa
■i°n'l n . S™^ ep . , ? nd of : tLelr Conferratiam
the contempUble rank of the
Arnolds and CataUnea, who havo won the
accursed notoriety of being their conntrx’a
enemies. Yes wo are proud of thla, onr
Kadicallam, and wo erpeet to wear it aa an
honor to onrsclves mid a precious heritace
to ont Children. WhUe tho
wIU leave their namea and deeda to atain the
page of onr hiatory, andhauat their children
o the third generation.
Hon. O. B. a* a War Demo-
cral*
Hon. Qrlando B. Flcklln, hitherto regarded
os the leader of the Copperhead,rebels in
' Coles county, has within a short time expe
rienced a change of heart, or at least appa
rently so. :He was requested to make 'ah
avowal of his new position in presence of the
54th Illinois volunteers, as it was about to
leave for the and .did so on the 12th
inet., at considerable length.. Wei make a
few extracts from a synopsis in‘the Charles
ton Plaindtaler:
“The secession movement commenced in
South Carolina, and there Is no doabtbat
there was a party In that State which wished
the dissolution of the, Union bn the slave
line. John C. Calhoun was the chief Agita
tor. The agitation bos been kept up from
that time until this, ending in the present re
bellion. But the question now is, soldiers
of the 54tb, are we, - are you willing that this
glorious Union shall be dissolved?' God
knows that no man deplores the shedding of
blood more than I.do, out now that war has
come—and this question has been submitted
to the arbitrament of the sword—we are to
meet it—there Is no stopping short of final
success. -Some of my Democratic friends say
let ns elect a Democratic President and stop
the war, I wish to tcll.my friends that no
party can stop the war until the question is
settled, • There is no snob thing as compro
mise.- Jeff Davis and his confederates started
out to establish a separate Government, nwfl
they cannot now compromise. Thcgrowing
Union, sentiment of"their -country- would
overthrow their Government should they
make the a* tempt They must fight until
they are whipped oat, and we njnst fight un
til they are conqn red.- Many bloody and suc
cessful battles have already been fought and
we look forward to those whicH will, on
Richmond and Georgia-field, ho still more
important Jf the 54th is called into any of
these battles, I have no fear - but you win
acquit yourselves with honor.
“ Lincoln is Elected and I am Free.”
At the serenade of Governor Holm, at New
Orleans, Judge E. H. Darrel, in responding
to a toast to the Governor, said:
The first thing that brought Mr. Lincoln to
his personal knowledge was his election as
President of the United States in 1850. He
knew that he was elected fairly by the popu
lar vote. When, the mornlngafter the elec
tion, the news came of his election, a little
uecro came to him while he was yet in bed,
and with all the enthusiasm of which young
Africa was capable, exclaimed: “Lincoln is
elected and I am free.” Ho believed then,
and" he had since that time no reason-to
change his opinion, that the negro under
stood the contest in the length and breadth,
its width und depth, as well as we did, and
from that moment he bad labored with a cer*
tainty in his own mind that God had resolved
that through this great contest slavery should
cease to exist. That, os inasmuch as the
white man was the first slave, the block man
should be the last.
Jersey—like most other States
thathave voted this year—shows very de
cided political improvement in her recent
municipal elections. There is scarcely a
township or ward in which this change Is
not apparent; while in many places a bene
fleeat revolntiou baa been effected.
3Leao ®2aorfts.
B. A.
Fahnestock’s Son & Co.
PITTSBURGH, PA.,
jraNUFAcruarEs op
B. A. FAHNESTOCK & 00’S
STBJCTIT
PURE WHITE LEAD.
TO PREVENT IMPOSITION, our Pure White Lead
In addition to the usual brand, In'lbUifo will bear the
following on the opposite end:
/,V lp\
o\
/ -$■ 18-44. -^A
/Uj T'X
j 0 - ESTABLISHED jP \
B. A. FAHTffiSTOCX’S SON ft CO.
apl-bß3Bdm
(Bolli (Eompauies.
Hope gold company.
MINES—“GOLD DIRT LODE,”
Gilpin County, Colorado.
CAPITAL, SO.OOO PHASES.
$25 each.
TBCSTEE9 :
John Evane,Colorado; F. It. Judd.New York: H.
Cohu.New York; Wm. Moller.New York: Geo,
W. Grnfllla. B iltlmore: Hermann Fnnke, New York:
JL Cornell Winte;NewYork; M.G.Tyltfr,Ne-v rorK;
6,0. Arnold, Providence. • ’
■ rituiuui .
His Excellency JOHN EVANS,
Governor of Colorado Territory.
tics- prxsidbwts :
HON. S. U. ARNOLD.
DR. F. 11. JUDD.
WALTER E. LAWTON.
J.P.DAVIES.
Office, No. 25 CUff-st.. New York. mh33-b3OO-lm-l*
JJRIGGS GOLD COMPAUX
Hines, Briggs and Gregory Lodes,
Gilpin Co., Colorado. '
Capital 10,000 Shares,sloß Each.
TBU6TEK3:
J. SMITH BRIGGS Colorado.
GEORGS M. PULLMAN. •> Chicago.
ANTHONY ARNOUX New York.
HENRY COGGILL New Tort
R.CORNELL WHITE....*, New York
C. C, ALGER.... Hudson, N. T.
- WM. Q. ANGiIT.L....; Provldlnce,B.l.
President J. SMITH BRINGS.
Trvasnrer WaLTKR E. LAWTON.
Secretary J). LITTLEJOHN.
Counsel J S. WOODWARD.
Mining Superintendent. . ..CHAS.H. BRIGGS.
Office 25 cliff street. New York. «p5-cIS-lm
'Notice to ®)iji?pcrs.
"to SHTPPERS~OF
TALLOW, LARD, SACON, POES, BEET,
General Western Produce.
Tbs undersigned pay Pakticitlab Attbhtiox to
the sale of the above articles, and Consignments sent
to them will be
PROMPTLY DISPOSED OF
QUICK BETUBNS MADE.
On very Advantageous terms.- We Issue a WEEKLY
PRICE fCRRKNT of the above articles, which WC
taollexATZß to those sending their address to
ABRAM KNIGHT A SONS,
i!ei9-t2S>em 33 Water Street, M. V. CItT.
Uoots anb Siioes.
1864. —Spring trade.
RAWSON & BARTLETT,
Manufacturers an a Wholesale Dealers In
BOOTS & SHOES,
30 Lalce-St., Chicago, 111.
Wthaye now cn hand a very large and well selectee
Reek or bpmur Goods of the very best man afuctore
“d of a mperior Quality to those usually ofleredli
this market. •
Having made our purchases in Osojxbxb, 1353, fo»
Ihe coming season, prior to the recent advances, w«
uslieve we can offer uxusuaL esducxxhits to Caax
Strrxss, vlsltiQK this market.
. We continue to make EXTRA BIZBS and GOOI
SOQDZ oar SPECIALITY. ten-vSWmls
Dressed ostrich a>td
OTHER
FEATHERS
ANA
Artificial Flowers, &o. &c.
S. H. PEREIRA
From Paris, begs leave to announce that be has
opened the Store,
H56 Lake street.
For tbe sale of tbe above Goods. apU-cITS-3t-U
“ hbbT MA JISTY”"CHAMPAIGKE
The Royal Wine of England*
A limlled quantity of this superior Wine has beer
secured (or the nnneralgoeu, and the drat shipment 0'
SCO cases bos arrived.by the steamship Olympus, ditec
from the cellars of tbe well-known noose ot
Messrs. DB VENOGE & CO.,
At Bpernay, France. The present invoice will be in
induced into this market at tbe very low price o>
M WENT! DOLLARS PER CASH 0> QUARTS,
• payable In currency, which la much below fta ftrat coat.
The anpenor quality ot this wise is truaria-eed, and
it la offend with confidence of its approval by con
co'eseurs. Orders fer one or more cases maybe ad*
dreeted, by letter o* otherwise, to the on lersigucd.
WM. H *NRT WARD. Wine and Fruit Dealer
No. * HEOAD street, near Wall, New York,
apS-biV2-30t Is • • _ . .
l/tJECAGO AND LIVERPOOL
m, ) The Liverpool; New Fork and Phtladel.'bia
STEAMSHIP COMPACT’S STEAMERS
Will sal! Com Ntw tork as loliows:
CITY OF LONDON Saturday, April l£*-h.
Varrracr. i’lrat C«bm. to Corlc cp Liverpool. {S3.
from Liverpool or «oecp,towD !o
Chlo.ro at very low rates, payable In currency. For
farther tnfom.tlon G.neral i BeM .
Southwest corner Lake and Glartestreets.
™b*ubi7S-ia w yaamet
XT'ALU ABLE BUSINESS PRO-
V PEBTT FOB SALE. o j , w
My lot at s*)ctb-cart corner of Randolph and W»
basfi.lSfeet on Wabash,Sli* on Randolph. Capital
location for & firnt-elasa wholesale store. Terms qi
sale easy. , E. C. LABNBD,
«3 McCormick’s baßdlnTi corner Dearborn vd Ran*
dolph itreeta. CeM-vSMaI
0 -v:*)
.«$: j ~'£rpspprwtnu %mes
I PROPOSALS WILL BE BE- r 1 Qf-J ■ -.THE 1 Q£/4
I ;r~ _ eelTedattheTreaimrTDgpirtingit.offlceofthe : lOOtct
=“PpvWnc Architect. Washing :on. V. C.,nn;U 1311. . __
f Pf-. I*® 1 *® of M*r, ib«, tor all the Flroaml Burs-, TlTrirfnTnV fJV-.TnnTrr:- l nf i n-n nn*n’nn*iTr
r ‘‘ l rr “" T .i i' iaiij)]] LOIDiJSiIFr
I specifications can oe obtained by applies* { __ _ . r J
! JMr I PECPIE S USE OF STEMKIERS ;
nieasnrc'ioathe outside: Urn , ■ ■ . - and
*P 5 0TW 4 >l chartes whatever, except
■ WE!iTE “ It ESPREfi*.
■ ow.tta Bi» *dlw»y. ,;
P P ?Utoabjlhe «m-.i..i V cn. Chicago and SewTock. and
• All bids mast- be accompanied br the bond of two o' b^' Dinars, and offer to the commercial mod
resptnslh'e persons In the som of 45.000 that the bid. the ioilowlng superior facilities,rt*:
dcrwlllacerptsnd perform the contract if awarded iix following
• I'«»S*.«XASS SCREW SXKiJIMU
trice- „ __ ‘ , -1 OX THE LAKES.
The Department reserves the to reject anr or FUPtrr rtatp ~ ._ „ ■ •
all the bids if Übe considered lu interest to doao. I R\^fro : \tb Capt. H. P. PgEAT^
and no bid will be considered that doea not conform t)NK,n» S 4 . ..Vapl, J. B«OKwrm»
•to therronirtmearstl t:.S» odvcxtliudicut. . -•} iLYMOTTTn** - .Cant. Bnrr.
tone enclosed Inn sealed envelope. endorsed ‘ vnniiri* .**’* Cagt. Utonaow.
‘•Proposals forSaftfsaal VanlnC* - TOnawaxtiV* * if®?***- h.La»«m».
** • ■ ISAIAH'ROOKS. ' FUK* nTATP Capt. B,O. Lxxqlmt.
np2*tSST-St-6AT*w . Soper rising Architect. BUFFALO r ******—• CjPt. Atwood
. poTnxt \p*”*uapc«
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL sri
tbe Sth day of Msv, ism at 12 o’clock noon, for ihs ronsintQ x dailt uxe nsrwra
Grading.Masooryand Krldjrlnir ontbe branen Uno of >% ■> ■
Wld road frem Mtcdoia to St. Paul. CN CACO A PIICETAI A
comprise* a larce amoont of sand rock vnlW. .WIV/ 0b wUrr ALw (
vs«j nation,and tie misenry and sopcratroctore of a *
brtdee aeroea the MbaJfsJprt Hirer
dM? ♦K«*i Ile S eI T R,Ten tn,t on or about the same '
, work of completing the zradlnr. masonry
£ 3 2 iK«?i n, » on main I'ne of *airt r. ad.fron Farrv
bTcomrintf S. (I 5) art J , -* T ™ mile., win
OT y^? atb tP nn P h )lne ,a ora very heavy
character, ihd la worthy the attention of responsible
contractors.
Payments will be made monthly, la cash, and bids
.received f*r the work in snuli or large qnantitles, the
company reserving tne-right to reject any bids not
satulsctory a* to price or as to the responsibility of
the parties making the some.
- For Information with regard to said work. aonUca
tlcn may be made to the Company’s Chief Engineer,
at Minneapolis, Minnesota. ¥ 3 ’
t*. CHAMBERLAIN, President.
D.C. BnzPAßD, ; Chief fimrlnoer. ap3-b93-td
Proposals * for forage.
_ Cxurr OcxßmcßXASTtc’a Omen,)
, ~lf4sr il3‘ C TO* Dftpor. Decembers, 1563, >
SEATED PROPOSALS are Invited by the under*
signed for supplying the U. S. Quartermaster’s De
partment. at tvaehractoD, D. C- Baltimore. Md„
Alexandria, and Fort Monroe, Va., or either of those
places, with Day, Com, Oats and Straw.
‘Bids win be received for the delivery of s.ooobush
els of Com orOatsaadSQ tons cf Hay or Straw, or
upwards. ,
BitUlcramust stats at which of the above named
pests they propose to make deliveries, and the rates
at wblcn they will make deliveries thereat, the qua-.*
, tity of each article propose.: to be delivered, thetlme
, when said deliveries shall be commenced, and when
i to be completed.
Tne price most be written out in words on tho bid*.
, Corn to be pnt op In good stoat sacks, of about two
, bushels each- Data In like sacks, of about three bnsh
r eueacb. The tacks to be furnished without extra
charge to the Government. Tho Hay and Straw to be
: securely baled.
The particular kind or description of Oats.Com.llaT
or Straw, proposed to be delivered mast be stated la
• the proposals. ,
All the articles offered under the bids herein invited,
will ba tabject to s rlrid Inspection by the Oovem
mcQElcepectcr before being accepted.
Contracts will be awarded from time to tlmo to the
lowest responsible bidder, aa ihe lutorest of the Gov
ernment may require, and payment will be male when
the whole amount contracted for shall have been de
livered and accepted.
The bidder will be required to accompany his pro*
; posal with a guaranty, signed by two responsible per*
: sons, that In case his bid is accepted he ur they will
within ten days thereafter, execute the contract for
the same, wilu good and sufficient sureties tn a sum
’ equal to the amount o( the contract, to deliver tne
forasenroposed In conformity with the terms of this
: adveiUienieot; and in case the said bidder should fall
; to enter Into tho contract, they to make good the dlf
. ference between the offer of tald bidder and the next
; lowest responsible bidder, or the person to whom the
I contract may b* awarded.
. The responsibility of tho guarantors most be shown
by the official ce tlncate of a IT. 5. District Attorney,
Collector of Cnstoms or an; other officer neder the
United States Government, or responsible person
:knowntothlsoffice. y
All bidders will be duly nodded of the acceptance
or rejection of their proposals.
1 Thu foil name and P. O. address of each bidder ans*.
be legibly written In the proposal
most be addressed to Brigadier General
D. H.Hacker, Chief Depot Quartermaster, Washing*
Ington.D.C., and should bo d la Inly marked “Ptodo*
sals for Forace.”-
Bonds, in a sum equal to the amount of the contract,
tlgned by the contractor and both bis guarantors, will
be required or the successful bidder or bidders upon
signing the contract. . > *
, Blank forms of bida,guarantees and bonds, maybe
obtained on application at this office. •
FORM OF PROPOSAL.
(Town, County and State)
I. the subscriber, do hereby propose to furnish and
deliver to the United States, at the Quartermaster's
Department at —r —, agreeably to the terms of your
advertisement. Inviting proposals for forage, dated
Washington Depot, December 8,1563, the following
articles, viz;
—— ouphela of Corn, In aaeka, at—per bushel ol
53 pounds. ....
- ■■■■ bn?hela or Oats, in sacks, at per bushel of
RSpcund**.
■ ■■ tona of baled Hay, at —" per ton of 2,030
• . pounds. . ' -
tons of baled Straw, at per ton of 3,000
pounds.
* Delivery to commence on or before tbe - day
of , 186 , and to be completed©!! or before the
day of , 136 .and pledge myself t> en
ter into a written contract with the Doited States,
with good and approved securities, within tho space
of ten days after beixe notified that ray bid haa been
accepted. .. Too; obedient servant,-
Brigadier General D. H.Bucob,
•Chief Depot Qaartermaltcr,
J ■ ‘Washington, D. C»
GUARANTY.
We, tbe undersigned, residents ot , la the
County ot and State of thereby Jointly
and severally, covenant with the Untied States, and l
guarantee in case tbe foregoing bin of be ac
cepted,that be .or they will, within ten days after tbs
acceptance of said bid, execute tbe contract lor tbs
same, with good qnd sufficient sureties, is a sum canal
to tbe amount of tbe contract, tofrirntah tbe forage
proposed In conformity to the terms of advertisement
dated December 9, iwß, under which tbe bid was
made; and Is case tbe said ■ ■■■ ■ shall 101 l to
enter s contract os aforesaid, we guarantee to
make good tbe difference between tne offer of the
said and the next lowest responsible bid*
der, or the person to whom tbe coaaract may be
awarded. .. .*•
( Given under onr bonds and sealt
: Witness: i this day of , i? 6-.
j flea]*]
I hereby certify that, to the best of my knowledge
and belief, tbe above-earned guarantors aro good and
sufficient as sureties for the amount for which tbev
offer to be security. _
To be certified by the United States District Attor*
ney .Collector of Customs, or any other officer unde:
the United States Government, or responsible person
known to this office.
“ All proposal* received under tills advertisement
will be ooeoed and examined at this office on
WEDNESDAY and SATDUOAV of cachwcer,at 12
31. Bidders are respectfully invited to be present at
the opening ct bias,” IT they desire.
D. 11. P.EJCKEIL
dell*G3l-6m Brigadier General and Quartermaster.
Insoluble (Cement.
Gbsat Disootsby USEFUL AND VAIUABL3
DISCO VEBYI
HILTON’S
INSOLUBLE CEMENT!
applicable to the
i useful Arts.
1 of “ore general practical
utility than any Invcaaou now
before the pnoile. It baa beet
thoroughly tested during the lasi
two years by practical men, and
pronounced oy all to be
Superior to Any
Adbeelye Preparatlon'knowu.
A new thing.
HHton’s Insoluble Cement
Isa new thing, and the resolt ci
years of study; Itaconbinatlonls
on Scientific PnniciPLxs, and
onderno clrcumslanccaor change
of temperature will it become
corrupt or: emit any offensive
mipll-
tts Combination.
BOOT and SHOS
Boot and Bane Mss*
nttic turns.
Manufacturers, using Machines,
will find It tbo beat article known
tor Cementing the Channels, as It
works without delay, la not atfec
‘Adby any change of temperature.
Jewelers.
Wm And It sufficiently adhesive
for tbclr nae, as baa been proved
ft la especially adapted
to Leather,
And we claim as an especial
merit, that it sticks Patches and
Linings to Boots and Shoes suffi
ciently strong without stitching.
atalilM,
LIQUID CEMJE7T
Extant that Is a sure thing for
mending
It Is a Liquid.
CUILNIIUKt,
CEOCKERY,
TOYS,
BONE,
, .IVORY,
And articles of Household Ose.
REMEMB3K,
Hilton’s InsolnWa Coment
Is In a liquid form, and aa easily
applied aa paste.
Bfitnsmber.
Hilton’s Insoluble Cement
Is Insoluble In water or oil.
Hilton’s Insoluble Cement
Supplied m Family or Manufac
turer’3 Packages, from 2 ounces
to 100 pounds.
HUrTON BSO3. ft CO.,
___ PgopHaroaa,
FBOVIDEXCE, B. L
, SMITH, Wholesale Druggists, &
.ago. 111., General Western Asenw, to
iznay be addressed. Iclo-gtS-iywy**
aiois.
Sold by LOAD ft t
Lake street, Chicago
EallemanU’s
U" B ‘*
LAILEMAKD’S SPECIFIC.
LALLEIIAND’S SPECIFIC win cot care oil
cases. I: wlil coxa
Rheumatism, Cent and Neuralgia.
Eoadreda have certified to this fact.
For Sale by all DragcUtSi Price.. On#
Dollar per Bottle.
j H. BLOOD. Bole Agent.
34 North Fifth street, St. Lonli.
J. H. RRKD A CO..
nolß-m-tfcn-WT&* Agents for Chicago.
53rugs auh (Gljemtcals.
J' H. REED & CO.,
DIPOBTES3 AND JOBBERS 0?
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS
»Xake St., Chicago, 111.
, ALSO. DEAL LAtitiKLT IS
Paint*, on*. Window GUa, Gian,
ware. Bmaliif OOa, Keroaeme.
Soapmakera’ Stock, JTanu
rac«nr«ia> Gooda, ic,
muon we offer at price, ayorablo to Wejtcm Met.
chants and Manufacturers,
J.3.Baxo.l74 pearl street 5, Y.)
g PEC IAL NOTICE.
THE PROPRIETORS OP THE
G-IRARD HOUSE
PHILADELPHIA,
cap the attention of Business men and
the Travelling Community to the superior ac com too*
.datlna andconjfcrt offered in their establishment.
ae3ifeiS7-ema|fiiil» KAMAGA.POWL&B ACO *
ffifjK.TO 1150 PER JIONTH!
W. I 1# The Inru Oiast Sxwnro Micmw*
Compact want an Agent In each county, to solicit
orders for their new *
; *!□ Uaotalne,
With gauge, ■crew-driver and extra needles. We will
pa; a liberal salary and expenses, or give large com*
mission. For particulars, terms. Ac., enclose a stamp,
and address T. S. FAQB, Toledo, 0-. General Agent
forthe United States. ap7-c371-Us
| IXD CLETEUm
I, Connecttugr as follows, vlr:
"With the vai lons Bail roads leadln* Co and (ton M
«KO. ard Mather. Clair £ Co.’s S». Louis line o(
Boat* on Illinois Canal.
i th l.aclce * MUaiMippiiutlroad. at Bactne.
" 3th Cleveland 4 Mahonln*. Cleveland and Plttsbonr'
and Atlantic and Groat Western &
Clove land. ■**
■And with the
ERIE RIIIWAT
•At Buffalo. And also the Western Transportation
Company’s T.lneof Boata 00 Erie Canal, four ofwhldk
Will le-ve BnlTslo and New York dalle.
For Contracts and Bills of Lading apply to
BITGH AT LEN, No. 1 Coentiej clip, New Torlc,
**
! _A. H. W'ABO.JIO Broadway, Agent Erie BaQwaffU
hew York. * ■ • ■
J.P. WOKTSELL.2S3 Broadway, New York.
«TNO. 9.I'UNLAP, 15 State street, Azest Erie tn«n
way, Boston. •
h. G CHASE, 113 Pier. Albany.
H. A. GRISWOLD, 191 Hirer street, Troy.
H. JOHNSON - St CO., Cleveland.
H. C. MoDOwkLL, Cleveland.
A. GODARD. Toledo.
L. M. OSBORNE. Sandnsky.
J. L. HERD St CO.. Detroit.
O. M. TIBBITTS, Milwaukee.
A*. P. DUTTON, Baclne.
THE WESTEUN TANSPO STATION COMPANY,
Buffalo.
J. W. TUTTLE, Agent,
Foot of JJtate street. Chicago.
jgUFFALO, CLEVELAND AND
1§64. liIXE. 1881.
Will the ensuing Mason of navigation, run their ’
FIRST CLASS SCREW STEAMERS I
TPAHO Cnew) Capt. A.B. Comr.
DEAN RICUMOJ-D (new)..... Capt.ft.Rvxiok
w inslow <new) Capt. Jas. sun. •
WESOSI...„ .....Caot.M. □. Connm.
MKNDOT A., .Capt. J.VB. WIUSb
Cant. BCRTON PJWXT.
CHICAGO Capt. .U.TJS DODOK
GRKE& CITY Cant. John PASSomu
CC\AHO6A. Capt. Joicr Btxk
CMcago, Jlllirankee and Buffalo,
(When practical) forming
■A. DAILY LINE,
(Sundays excepted' for the transportation of Freight
aru Passengers, Running in connection, at BuHkte
with the
(Date)
New York Central Railroad,
Spaulding's and Union Express lines, over tbe N. Y.
C.R.8~ and the Troy and Erie and American TmrM
portationand Trunau Lines of Canal Heats on tb«
Erie Canal sn<‘at tlevelacd wl:h tbe CLEVELAND
ANDPITTSUDGH RAILROAD. -p.
The Bates of PreJght and Passage hy theav
steamers am much Less than by Railroad.
Tto growing popularity of the Lakes asaPLEASUR*
EOCTE, has Induced t be proprietors to add to the Una
several new steamers, which are fitted oat in aityl*
unspnroacbed upon the Lakes, making the steamers
of this lice unequalled for sire, speed, safety and afr
commodation for Yrelgbt and Passengers.
' The line Ja preoared to contrast to transport prop*
city from New York, Bcston,Troj, Albany, and all
principal points on the line of the Sew York Central
Railroad and the Erie Canal to the ports on the West
Shore of Lake Michigan, and from taose ports to Bafr
falo and all points East.
COSTEiCTLVG IBQGHT JGEm
JOHNfI.MOBE. AgentNcwTork Central
■ VS9 Broadway. New Ycrkl
M. H.SPAULDING, Proprietor Spaulding's Exsreeu. 1
No. 'I Astor Honse. New York. -
J. li. WILGUS A CO., Agents Union Express, at ■
Broadway, and Troy and trie Lme, 9 Casatles Sbu.
New York. "
11. M. CALEB & CO- Proprietors of American Tran*
pdrtatton and Transit Lin.-'. 7 Cmrulce Silo. S. y.
A. E. BUCK. Ageat N. T. C. B. IS- Cleveland. Ohio.
WM. Agent C * P, R, K., PUwbaxgb,Pfc.
J. J. TALLMAIRjR. Azcnt, Milwaukee wis.
SHELDON PEASE, Managing Agent, Buffalo. "
A. A. SAMPLE. Passenger Agent, S3 Clark street*
BItIUIOAl) & Din cOCE. 3 -
• Office and Docks foot of North Dearborn street, ad*
Joining G. AC.U.B. R. Freight Depot. ap3*bsrn*ter
TEIE RORTHEKX TRANsPOR
TATION Company of Ohio will, the eosnlntreea
soaot navication, ran (heir well known Llaeof flrst
chisstcrew Steamers, tri-weekly between Chicago anil
Oidcnsburjh, landing at Milwaukee jw
trolt, Oswego and Cape Vincent, connecting
WHh the Nor hern Railroad for Boston and all points
in New Enclaa j via Vermont Central and Rn
ana Burlington rentes.
"Wlih the Railroad Lins to New York.
With the New Oswego Lice ofthlrty fire Canal Boater
runnlte daily between New York *nd Oswego.
This Lins affords to shippers to and from Bostons
Interirr KewEnziand and New York, the advaotag?
of one transhipment, and for safe transportation oSf
freight and passengers it la unrivalled.
. AGENTS..
JOHN HOCKDTG, 7 Slate street. Boston.
J. MYKRS, 9 Aator Hoose. Now York.
O. Butbl>, 71 Penrl street. New York.
GEO. A. HbDY. Ogdensburgh! ■
A. F. SMITH. Cape Vincent.
CUAS. ALLISON, Oswego.
. PELT ON & BKEKU. Cleveland.
WALKER * BAYES. Toledo.
E. 11.MATHEWS, Detroit.
O. J. HALE, Milwaukee. ■ *
Ag “‘- door Bor “ «*
,Offlc? and Docks foot of North Lasalle street
spiitcs(&lm< ff
BONNET, LYONS & CO., (Sno.
A ewaors to Harding 4 Hallo dealers ta SHIF
CHAN nLEKT, Groceries and Provisions, Tarred
Manilla Cordage, Pitch. Tar and Oakmn.-Paints.
White Lend. Canvas. Blocks, etc.
163 South Water street, Chicago* -
UANIK. LYONS. S.a.OXBBO.
Bml-v626-2m
T> OBT. L. WOODS & CO.,
JEWELERS
Wins Uarcbants, 64 Exchange Place, IT. 7*
Have always on b*nrt for sale, Port, Maderla, Sbcrrr
Malngaand Muscat wines. Alk». rhpnv,Blackberry
and imported Cognac Brandies—all of low grades. -
mb3l*bTß7*lm
gHERMAtf, COOLEY & CO*
BECETVEB9 OF HIGHWINES, :
Orders from the conntry or city, for any ouantfto .
promptly filled, at market rates. *.
fe2»ra-am Office. 16 Lasalle-eL, Chicago. PL
IT 13 THE ONLY
KROE6ER & SCHMIDT,
Manufacturers of Grand, Square and Curlaht
PIANO FORTES, Warearooms 16 Leroy Place, Hew
York, we Oder to dealers and the public a very sum
not article. OnrMr.Kroegcrwaaof the late firm of
Cnllenberg & Co., and the manufacturing partner*
A 2eMa waatod.
TTkISSOLIJTION OF CO-PART
-L' NERSHIP.—The co-partncrablp existing be
tween a. n. Germer, of Cbleago.and Martin Stands,. ’
ci Clarksville, Mercer County, Pa.. under the firm '
of A. H. GERMER * CO., Is this day dissolved by
mutual consent. All interest In the late fins betas
transferred to A. II Germer. A. 11.
Cblcogo, April ICth, IS«. M. BTADDE.
Adheres oily substances.
CO PARTNERS J7IP. —The bare, this
nay formed a co partnership uuiler she ”»mn uul
Him of • •
GSCAIEB Sc HALL,
Andnlllconllnue the ba*»ns'd# of Hide and f *••
Dealers and CoaunbalOQ Herciiaitta at
185 • KINZIE STREET.
Chicago, April Wlh.lSCl.
apls-c9ii-ct
'T’HE FIRM OF JOHK CLOUGH
M: 7IfLIX GHAST wia continue toe baslne»» at
U^f 1 [ nnU ief?{gS' If 5?;?“"*“* **
ri O-PARTNERSHIP.—I have this
hereafter under the name and Arm of
STANTON Sc CO.
Chleaco. ( AprU ut, 1861. GEORGE E. 3TA5T027.
T> EAIOYAL.—J, Leduc, late of.
-A-Ij Lednc Ss Gibbs, has removed to
1211 Strath Water Street, fup-itoin), ~
where he will continue In the aame bt^laMs—bovtn*
0fpr0(lllce on ™S3SsSr*t
REMOVAL.
• FARGO * BILL; .
Eave remoTtd from itreet to Uieir ana T
DOUBLE STORE,
ITos. 48 Sc 50 VV abash Avenne,
Next south or Cooley, panrsll * Co,
C "
KIP AND CALF WAIEAITia
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Haring also received a large and well selected
rioci ot desirable gooda ftp the
SPRING TBADK. /
17a Invite the attention of an Dealer* in BOOTS mM
SHOES to an examlna&os of the same. we eoatlnc -
tha CASH BTSTEM. and Enow that
Kastbr West, can compete with ns. ■
fcl&-w708.2as FABGQ * BILL,
JBM. JAHLBANXF RASSAU
IRU SCALES,
7b yat. Off ALL SIZES.
TaJibaall, (hwaHat A Ok,
CHICAGO^
Torcucro at
BiCE¥E, inLWiUKEi; MACKLTK, DETBOH
apT-cIXS-lm
CHICAGO
Between
Touching at
MacHiac, Detroit and Cleveland,
Agents,
AT OGDENSmJRGH
AT GAPE VINCENT
AT 09WEG0
N; J. HOWE,
business (Cams.
Cepattnexst)ip.
A. TL GERUEE.
Z. if. HAT.I <r
Kmocais.
Scales.

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