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SBCftai Notices.
S. X.—IBCO —X.
Persoosofsedcntoiyhablts troubled with weakness,
iMtltufie, palpitation of tLc heart, lack of appetite,
dlEtrw after callup, torpid liver, constipation,
deserve to eufler.lf they will not try the celebrated
PLAAXATIOIV BITTEKS,
Wlilcb are bow recommended by the hlffhwt medical
mailwltiee, mid warranted to proince an IHHE-
J)IA TK beneficial effect. They arc exceedingly agree
w.ble, perfectly pure, and must wiptrcec.l all other tonics
•where a healthy, gentle etlmulan; Is required.
Tbey partly, strengthen and Invigorate.
They create a healthy appeille.
They are antidote (o change of water and diet.
They overcome effects of dhalpatlon and late bom.
They strengthen the system and enliven the mind.
They prevent miasmatic and Intermittent fevers.
They parity the breath and acidity of die tmnuu-h-
Thcy cure Dyspepsia and Constipation. j
They core Diarrhea and Cholera Morbus.
They cure Liver Complaint and Nervous Headache.
Tlicy make the weak strong, the languid brilliant,
kjml nro exhausted nature’s great restorer. They are
'composed of the celebrated Culluya bark, winter*
(preen, sassafras, roots and barbs, all prewired In per.
tbrtly puroSt. Croix rmn. For particulars, see circu
lars and testimonials around each bottle.
Beware ol Impostera. Examine every bottle. ; Bee
elm it lice ocr private D. 6. Stamp unmutilated over
the cork, with plantation scene, and our signature on
-a fine steel plate ride label. See that our bottle is not
-refilled with spurious and delcterous stuff. Any per
son pretending to sell Phautlon Bitters by the gallon
or in Bulk, is an Imposter. Any person Imitating this
bolcla, saloons, steamboats and country store*.
3P. H. BBARE & CO.,
IcX-rXI-Cm Tuan »I Broadway. N.T.
Ttic Cherokee TegetaMe Mcdi.
dncA
to “T «4Tmla»g colmnot,
to cmVwithKw? T . he l,lC} " n componnefed
*?w2%^JL tM 5 k , M w^u w «:»tthe T are a rere
-sS^^ODs^) f >Q J^ ,,or,^e cure of di*ea«ert(! tbenrinarr
Ch ® rofew ‘ R*medf and tbe Chert*
i tfl^enftD< losediicftur<lJii« totbedlrco
»Hf ccompaay tieo, havener'* been known
3®'**H In curing (jonorrhora, Gleet, etc* of bowerer
long stuaclag. Eead theadvcitißexeau sp3BdSlMt
Dr* Janet,
of J . RU, e® Hospital, Ciutom Some street,
£-.^i Ul I ICiajs, J L»-. II l»c, now perm*
LCaS a ' BaadoJph bireel. Chlrago, 1111.
**• th * treatment of Old Canonic.
Bud nil kind* of Blood
DIBSAS** AND InsOADEBB OP A Oo».
7/^ , «P^,Y £3 ?‘'^ I ' CllAß * t:TXC «. caiVf ‘ them without
1,0 Mercury, louidx. Votahsii, Arsenic or
Jt?»» bQt Wllh * >ECT*ALIZ*B, A POSITIVE
CL** for *ll humors ud blood p-tisons.
W*A»K*M.,« u cb *> Seminal Weakness.
■ ulQ nx*l Eo'lml.ids, brought on by
S ; v aie , f early it excess or
yS^i,* 5 * hereditarily, eAming loss of memory, cod*
B^o’ih^?SN?niAn, w? mntß9 ‘ * nd crtca Uuie " Insanity.
d £?J < ? raWc . tr#lß ° r 85Tnptom«. treated ad<f
c J£T ed 110 I’-fallible tnctiioJ. siring mock
Fn^iSS?. 0 *^ 611 *?* filert t <H)ur>rrhea. Stricture, and
»o?cam B cure§ l,lWr 10 UlCsexta *° r • privatenilurc,
Old Disease* *of the MOST BOUBIBLE rr.aqj
hl( beep®* puUchhkU producing
on J t^ e &ce * •»*!! water* blisters, pains la
»S>dr bone*, ulcerated throat, nose, limbs and
ruffernß^ 1111 ** together with aa todies* cumber of
Bcmember Dr. Janes’Office and Parlor* are at S8
between State and Dearborn streets.
Office open from fA. iL until 8 P.M. Consultations
conuflcmal. .. apl“-d77-2w
Dlnrrbosa and Dvscntcry
Will decimate ibe Volunteers farmore than thehub
lets ot ilit - enemy, Uitrcfore let every man bee to it
ivWSi'nt. 8 5l Ul . w “ , x foJ‘OPP>ro! HOLLO
”A\ b 1 ILLb. Their use In India »ud ’he Crimea
anted Aliousauns of British soldier*-, l! the reader of
thib •'n .lire" cnnaol net a bo* m Pills nr Ointment
, t ‘ lc *l™? m bls , i arCf j et Wn , to m#
3) > aitirn Lane, enclo.l?R the. amount, .mi 1 will mail
a box tree o! »ipc««e. Many dealers will not keep my
medicines on baud becßom they can- o; make *s mneb
® •*, c ’ n ott:e-persons* maLe. 85 c*nts. 8-1 ccats,
apo 81.10 per box or pot, ap2Ld*W7-lwii
To Consniapiires.
Consumptive sufferers will receive a valuable nr**-
fccription Jor tlicrnre of Consumption. Asthma. Ilroo
rtiiua, end all Throat and Lung Affections, (free o
charge,) by pending their addr*-n to
Cer. E. A. WILSON.
ftmSt>arß ’ Coat,: J - * b’cw York.
l>r. Blffdow, •
i»nfldtntlfcl Physician. (torment cl fit. Louie, Mo.j
cii be consulted at hU on.ce, 1.8 s»»utn Olar. street,
cprcier oi Monroe, Chicago. Hi., half* block from the
Omce, on kit chronic Disease*,. end Disease* ol
a private and aellcste nature, in noth seva, v, inch be
tteele with unparalleled snreess. Booms separate,
Ladles end CenUcacn can eonsnit U»e Doctor
tt £* t £ ctwt l ,rtr » c T- OtUce bonrt from 9 a.M
Lo 81*. U.: Euodeyp lOtoIJA.M. Gonmmnlcatlon*
Consultations fret. Address P. u.Box
♦*»• Encio»eiwo6tan.,-»iinrt pet his -iuideto Health.
*Tom the Doctor’s lona experience to Hospital and
(a .me practice, be is sol** 10 pcrlunn, and trill cnar>
fcttee, perfect cures fur ell Chronic Disease* m their
tiiostsevere and complicated state*. Jc a Terr short
One, without the use of mercurr, *
yone’e men suffering from seif.abost are Invited to
£*U. A perfect cure warranted. Female irregular!*
•^©•attendanton Puberty, Menstruation, cr person*
In.ring any obstructions to marriage, should rail at
ore?, and be cored. Bert of city
übJUy and success. ap2G-oT6Mwli
Hair Dye! liair“'UTc«
celebrated HaXL DTK is tbs *xn
; Ttoe -9 u, r Ha.ain.ask. Tnua and Ran
*s“ Dye tnuß-n. This eplendtd Hair Dye 4* Perfect
*rf-)*y n £eß Bed, Bn*t> or Grrj Hair tunantlv,to*
or Natcsai, Sbowj», without Inlurtn*
JAeßatror SttlnlDCthe Skin. b-atlng the Hair Soft
Impart* Irwh vitality, frequently rea
*?*•/$ »*■ pristine color, and recliflrs the ID effert* ol
y ?i £> Genalnr* is slened a ’»tLl*M A. Uses.
. ' 1 arc mere. Imitations, and should be
b F-? !1 Drncnrts. Ac. Factory, 81 Bar
♦-lay street. Ketr York. jysicHKF.
I>oclor Thomson,
Formerly Assistant Surgeon to Be Noro Hospital.
■Sacui Marie, Lisbon, Portugal, and Surgeon to Hoopl
tul.Patm Antoine. Saint Iherrc, vs. i baa deroted
Jlmself to the treatment cl convagjous hlood diseases
or more than thirty years. Ten years practice in Chl
•oago. 111., has established for him on unprecedented
reputation wearing Scrotnla.Ervßlpelae, ilhenmatlsm.
.vm all blood diseases. Nervous Bctnllty Ac.,without
the UM| of mercury. The various complicated and
Clstresslng diseases incident to females, treated with
eminent success Office and Anatomical Museum at
tW booth Clark street. Post Office liox 72. By in
cl.’Blngir, cents In postage stomp?. The Unfortunates’
shall l>e forwarded »o anv address tn Ibe United
.an2 b;nt-Jw
A Phytiiologfcal View of
, . , riase.
vontoluin* nearly SOD p«-ges. and ISO cue Plates and
angre-vincßol the Anatomy of the Sexnul Ursa us in
.. « Health and i.-lsease, with a Treatise on
seu-ADnse. Its Deplorable Consequences upon the
rtJnd and Body, with the Author’s Plan of Treatment
~tne only rational and successful mod'; of euro, as
ft®*® b - y report of cam® treated. A truthful
to the married, and those cuntemplatlsc
slEr2?5 lEr 2?h ee ' * bo entertain doubts of their physical
I 5?.? . Bent five of postage to any adurrse.on
lAoeipt of <s cents, in eiamneor t*.t al cnrr*.ncv.bT
»tddrrtßlne m. LA CBOIX. Kc. 81 Malden Lane’al
.N.S. feat-rl9«cMi
Health of*the 31in.es.
Immecsc success has attended ibconof Ho tot
teii’s Stomach Bittuhs la the polJ district. Tala
?re«i medicinal cordial and aiteraatlve was intro
duced Into Australia irocu the United states about
two years apo. wilt the reputsloaof belo* ibsbe.t
preventive of the bad enters of nnhealthv air
*nd unwholesome water ever administered to
ni»n. Unqualified as tMs praise was, Its troth has
by the cipertenceol thousands, both od
the toast md in the interior. From the time of Itsm
’troduciion until no>, tPe talcs 01 this celebrated ape
•clflpbave U-en constantly li.cre-.smc. This Tear, le
-crcdlblo ns U may seem. Uuy will averare (for all the
Australian j olor.le?,) about fi.o cases per month. The
present demand is neuny oae thousand per cent,
pi-eater time that for rh‘ first si* oumths aher it was
advertised In tins country, it ie a preparation that no
onarlimated emlprant ran uff *rd to be without. If be
p;accs otiy value on health and desires to escape the
diseases peculiar to Australia. As a pure.unadnitcra
tod vtputable Tonic wdcenlJ hepulatorofth* sy*.
tpm. H Is nnanproarhed by any medicated atlmuUnt
in ixlsicnrc. Beware of counterfeits and ol the com
j>ounds sold by unprincipled liquor dealers from bot
ties thst onpltmlly coi-talned the pcmtloe article.
.Biiy only of re.-portable panics and of therecular
fcpenu. ap23d512-2w aa Ttr&T»i«
r atcr Cure.
Fho-e who arc Bnkt"ir health will coasnlttheir In-
Jtm'B I j vwitlot the KENOSHA WATER CORE.
The conne if treatment panned »t mu «i»bU*h
mcnt is the most liberal ana eomprefienslTe, contain*
Irp all the uioet approvtd rtmedul measures—tlydro
j.ntlc. Hytianc, Medical, etc., etc.
*J ,T further information aertretg, with stamp, E.
’LT l *‘OrKU,Proprietor, or CHAS. F. SEED.ht.U„
-i'i y.-lclnu.
h t nuHha, April 30th.
ap?l-dWt-Tt th-saAm-'lw
Tlsli Wang,
’Hie great Chinese Eemecy fur secret diseases. Oae
will perform*core. ineradlenuaiTpnwly vece
thblc Can be earrlod in the pocket without tear ol
•<li-uction. ITlce per box. Sold hr oil dransUt*.
LOUD dr SMITH. Wholesale Agent*. °
api 4 c~6>Sm TH-eA4.no
Sp er mattorli ceo,
Seminal Weakness. Loss of Power, Impotence, snnedt
?j and effectually cored by using lilt. RAN LT6 SPECI
FIC. a trial oi the Specific will convince the most
ti.epilcal. Prie J 1 per box. ors!» for $3. sold by
«l-u«-hlf everywhere. LORD & SMITH. Wholesale
Agca.? lor Chicago. apl3-c572-3mx*T*sa
Afflicted Read.
‘ CTITAjrs DYSPEPSIA CURE I* warranted to core
vim crh' of Dyspepsia, no matter how long standing.
J'riofVl. Sent by mall.
cm A M ’ft GRAVEL SPECIFC is the onlv remedy
that will core Gravel, Kidney Complaint,and all Dis
eases ut the Bladder. Price 1. Sent by express.
UJ DAM'S HEADACHE SPECIFIC nseds bat a
trial to convince the skcmlcal that U will core
Sick and Nervous Hracsdie, Neuralgia In the Dead,
drc. J'rtce 50 cents. Sent by mall.
Ol'llAM’S Haiti GLOSSAS’j CURLING FLUID
!nu*aris * beautifal gloss to the hair, keep* tt in carl,
promotes lit growth, die. Price 50 cents. Sent by
ex- rcw.
tTHAM’S TETTER OINTMENT Is a sure and
jtpeedy cu»e forTcttcr. Salt Rheum, Crapped Dana*,
harbor's Itch. Culilblain?, Ac. Price 60 cents. Sent
yniall
Tht- above preparations will be sent to any address
>on n r.r tbc money. Address S. C. UPH AM, 25
South 1 liihlh street, Philadelphia. Pa. Descriptive
circulate sunt (rev. LOUD & SMITH,
, 23 lake street, agents for Chicago,
_ n.l*i-b:<7-ly-Tu saatt _
CfoU) Companies.
JgRTSGS GOLD COMPANY.
■ffiuifls, Briggs and Gregory Lodes,
Gilpin Co., Colorado.
-Capital 10,000 Shares,sloß Each,
fscßTtta:
.I.q nprcri;
G'-OUui* M.VullMaV Cf»lorsfio.
iUSOL\ c-Wcaac.
m.NCY < o’ J (;n.L X \ork
li. <X)V.S> fl, WUITH £ e w i ork.
C.C. ALGKIL... Fork
VM G. A-NGELL....V Hudnm. 2f. T.
"-cwdcnt :;i: *gMT?nPisrif * & L
Trcaonm ti&l’ . G “*
a '•crctarj J). u'?tLeS oii N W T0S '
*nmuß
_Q« cr » ciur arrest. Kew Yo-kT' ..j&s. _
Easiness darks.
tpiXNEY, LYONS & CO., (Sue
dealv* u» ship
r 1 _j • G !iocCTle«and Prorlelon*.Tarred ana
Oakum Wlr>t« QUI
Whltel* MLCanvaa. Blocks. etc. 1 uu *
«.n n' v,uer atreet, ChICBCO.
®ffi&S£af * DlK,I ' l ™ il * *.0.01888
JJOBT. L. WOODS & CO 7,
Wine Merchant*, 64 Exchange Place K r M
Mure always on band for *ale, port MadrHn ahm
Molwmond Sum Win» Al" .kmj. BUcttaS
“"VS’K?? 1 Co '^ ntc Brandi m-all of low emoS?’
inhSl-bTO.-im
g IT JERMAN, ~ CO OLE Y~~&~CO^
DECEITERS OF HIGHWIKES.
-Order* irom the country or city, for toy cnaattb
promptl} tilled, at market rates. yumuusj
_fogwwnjhr_ Office. 4* LnnaHe-ftt*. Chicago, rn -
' CflpartncxslJip.
€() PAET.N T ERSHIP.—I have this
day associated with me my *on-inlaw—Mr.
LUCirfc C. PAIJUhE The business will becontinacid
iicreaflcr coder the name and Ann of
STANTON A: CO.
iTLicaco, April Ut, IBM, GEOUGF K. BTAIfTON
aaMai»itn
Scales.
rArBBAHKC (TAFDAUgj
SCALES
OF ALL SIZES,
Fairbanks, OrsenlcAf *
CHICAGO
*e*^a*ffT-ly
tng ai
■VTEW TORE WAREHOUSE
XX ak n
SECVRirr COfIPAJTT.
Office, No, 26 Pice street, opposite U. 8, Sub*
Treasury Building. *
Cash Capital. SI,CSC,COO.
This Company with a paid np capital of a HA T F
MILLION DOLLABS. u now prepared to fraaaacta
Banning) Treat, Agency and Commit
alon Boblnesa,
And to receive the accounts of WEBTKBK B a nro
mKKCDANTS, EHIPPEBS, and otiimS*
on favorable terms. * olßer *
£|i|gS?3“« SS
^ celv ', Drom r il mennon ana
J. H. DTOB?SfIS a " cmiuoo:
CO?' L - * T ' COmp “ r -
P T /i™*J r ? EODOEE CRANE, Pre*.
*• J. OGDEN, Bee, (eSO-rSMx b*. Tint
rfcFFICE OP thbTmer.
pi SJ 3I S ! TP SAVINGS LOAN AND TRUST COM •
Too ?*ole»of the
„ .OITY BANK OP OTTAWA
Arc redeemed at tee coonter of l;:I. Hint In Leaal
?pl£a~ilm “ I '* r - L ‘ J - OAGE -
'J'HIRD NATIONAL BANK
OP CHICAGO.
156 LAKE STREET.
tnd Subscribed Capital, - - $300,000
JAS.H BOWEN. President.
t_. _ AMOST. HALL, Vice President.
I*A» HOLMES. Cashier. fe2s-r351-3m
E'IRST NATIONAL BANK
»• OP CHICAGO.
Southwest cor. Lake and ClarknU.
CAPITA!., ... $500,000.
K.AIKKH. Preddent.
• , SAMJL,.M.KICKEtSOS.VIte.prej 1 t.
s. JC.S*Aiß7xi> Cashier.
RANK OF AMERICA.—PubIic
’■'«»»« hereby Klren, that all BHU or ClrcUU
tug Bote* ofthe
"BANK OF AMEHICA,”
Heretmore incorporated and doing business laths alb
°JSI? e *f o »“ d^the * elleralbaß ß n ß lawsoftheStale
pf Dl *noU, most be presented forpayment to the Audi*
ter of Public Account* of said State, at bis office, la
U»e city of Springfield, within three years from the
date hereof, or the fimas deposited for the redamottne
Of said notes will be cl*’** «P to said bank.
Dated this 10th day of Mar, a. d. ififii.
W w GKObQH SMITH, President.
*. W. Willaad. Caehier. jy?6*2S-tojeS-C«
rpEEASUBT DEPARTMENT,'
Office of Comptroller of the Currency,
■WannscTOH, March 15,15 m.
satisfactory evidence presented to the
wm^pZHS- 11 A** V* 8 ? tr ‘*S* to appear that the
of CuicaGO. to the county oi
COOK and ..lateof ILLINOIS, bu bees duly orea*.
tzedimocrand according to the requirements or the
act of Congress, «niltled ** An act to provide a Ha*
Sssf' Cnn /. DCJ tecored by a pledge of Untied State#
stocks, and to provide for the circulation and redemn-
J* °° tliercof.’’ approved February 35. ISGS. and hat
complied with all the provisions of paid act required
oi S&nMng* ** before commencing tbe bailees?
Kow, therefore, I, HUGH McCDt,LOCH, Comp
rnoi™ v. f S'i ! Te ? c 7i do hereby certify that the
FIFTH Satloral Bank of CHIC AGO, County of COOK
•bd State of ILLINOIS,]* authorized to commence
the business of Hanking under the act aforesaid.
i j la testimony whereof, witness my hand and
A " EEK ™ <**•» oi
* i ’ ' Hugh McCulloch,
6pS-c35.-Got Comptroller of the currancy.
©mumtsslnn i-Hcrctiamsi
Buck & robeiitsok,
■WHOLESALE PBODUCE
cojimissiOi\ mfcßcaiXTs,
T , , Movtxbaz., •*. E. ’
Btfcr to Messrs. A W. Oglly A Co„ Montreal: Mr.
L. B s'ammond, Backer, Cape Vincent. X. y.
tps6-dK*-lm
IJAEMOK & DURKEE,
COnittlSSlON MEttCIUNIS,
And Commercial Broken, si South Water etreet.
Chicago, Illinois.
ragUMLjBAMiow. Hnnnrnnnnin.
ALBERT, UPDIKE & CO.,
Vfl COai'nlHSlON MERCHANTS,
. , 20 Lasalle street, Chicago.
AdraocM made on Grain. Flour and Previsions con
h * Co-NcwTork. andStaoard,
Gflbert & Co-. St. Louis. aplO-cifff-Sui
SAMUEL SHACKFORD.
PBOBDCE
conmssioif hebchant,
No. 8 Board cf Tiade Building Chicago tm-..
apl-hSMm '
OBER, ATWATER & C 0„
GENERAL COMMISSION AKD
FOK XT ADDING J&EBCUANTB,
S3 Natchex street. New Orleans. La.
£ £*,?? *ef V 3 ** 1 AtwatkbJ. e w Orleans,
B. P. Obu ACo.,BL Loins, KIS-w9lskam
Q.EORGE M. HOW
CLate SHACKTOED 4 HOWJ
Commission Merchant
OFFICE So. 1, ic Lasalle-Street, Chicago*
t3T Prompt personal attention paid to the tale and
corcbfiM ol Oram, Flour. Provisions Seeds, Hides.
l.:vc block, fifth. Lumber, ic. Bcferto tbe princW
mmbams and bankers of tbe city. mh2B-nl3 2m
3Lcafl ©Eorks,
B, A.
Fahnestock’s Son & Co.
PITTSBURGH, PA.,
KAXCTACTTKZEB OP
B= A. FaHKESTOOZ & 00’S
STBICTLf
PORE WHITE HEAD.
TO FREVBST IHPOsmOK, our Pure mite Lead
m addition to tbe usual brand, in future will bear tbe
following on tbe opposite end;
/>V fp\
o\
/ 18-44:. 'f\\
fUt
1°! ESTABLISHED ? j
B. A. PAHHESTOCK’S BOH & CO.
spl-tOS-lP
Educational.
riHICAGO FEMALE SEMI-
V/ NARY,
METHODIST CHURCn BLOCK.
The next term will commence onMOSTAT.MtvSd.
>ev rhtMee will be formed, aflordlag favorable op
portunity for new pupils.
Thereib «l*rlmary Department connected with the
school, which receives beginners, and prepares them
lor the advanced curse?,
for urmi*. address I oet Office Box S3CB.
ap26-dT6--t»t
'THE SUMMER TERM OF Ei
11J open Jnne 15th, to coatlnne
ontH October Ifith. Sheathe term oneng the build
ings will be in better order, and much more conva
nlently airanped tlian before the Are. For terms, de
scription of uniform apply to the rector
. P-EV. JAS. DEKOVE.V. D. D-,
Racine tiobege. Racine. Wia.
]t£HS. s: P. WXLLIS IS PRE-
A.TJL PARED to receive a few
ADDITIONAL PUPILS,
Between the ages of 9 nad 14 years, to educate with h»
IcufLiiTs at idlewjld. Address Moodno. Oramre
County, hew York. mh3-r7052m ru-Ti3A Is
Ijiiofg anb Sljocs.
1864.
SAWSON i BARTLETTj
ManuUetarers ud 'Wholesale Dealers la
BOOTS & SHOES,
-SPRING TRADE
SO Lake-Si., Chicago, 111.
VVchare sow on hand a very large and veil icleetec
itock of Spnnc Goods of the very best m&LOfactme,
ud of a superior quality to those usually ottered tr
dds market
Earing made cor parenasea in dscxmdsk, ISGS.foi
die coming season, prior to tbe recent advances. m
believe we can offer unusual lypucajoarrs to Caii
SUTXBB, visiting this market.
We continue to make EXTRA SIZES and OOOr
boods car spgciALrrr. fca.Tg-snu
Stugs anh (Eijcmicals.
J' H, REED & CO.
DtPOETFBS AND JOBBERS OF
OBUGSAND CHEMICALS
S3 Lake St., Chicago, HI.
ALSO. DEAL LABGELY HI
Oils, Window Glow, Glkm.
ware, Burning Oils, Kerosene,
SoapmakerC Stock, fflaat*
facturen’ Goods, dec.,
Vfclct vre offer at price* favorable to Westers Mor»
, „ chanta and MaDnlictnren,
Notice to Shippers.
Jj'OTIOE TO SHIPPERS”OP
TALLOW, LARD, BACON, POHK, BEET,
General Weste,„ Produce.
cberalaoStt?lS*lS5 l r* * Tr *»TiOK to
»them wm be «od COMleamenueeii
rBO B m, h. S r. !M „
auicK betijhn* made.
Ob very advauwreou* lemt. „
BEICK CUEIIEKT of the .bOTi VSlf ‘ WEWO.*
msfisuTu totboKscbiiibe a ?“=>■«
ABEAM
JJ Wmu, Btrwu H. v ”*L
iimmiais.
T>EMOYAL,—J. Leduc, late of
LedacA Olbba,haa removed to*
211 South Water Street,
wtllconltnnetn tbo aamc bailneaa-lmria*
*^uis7ajLV 1 f OI I‘roduce on commission.
Chicago Qmbtm*.
THDESDAT, APRIL fB. 1854.
ICCEKTBIOIXIE I * OP TTAB POET
sx*
rCKKT, CLniOCT AKDMOSDESOEITTSSrnBaSIOSI OP
rainuac*L PAxmoxiaai.
__ [From the New York Evening Post.l
thrlSS wpo “ dentß * D <* editors get
,nbjtct ’ the P° eta WU
take it up. The amount of literature that has
been evoked bj the events of this war, is
enough to appal any unfortunate collector of
attempts to preserve it orclissify
iu \\ c propose to give the reader a glimpse
of some of the queerest things that have been
wnlt-n in eccentric expression of
phases of sentiment.
Some of the epigrams that hare-found their
■way into print are worth preserving.
TO SOUTH CAnOUHA.
“0 Carolina, sieter,pray come hack:
Scorn not enr £ajr, norlfcbtlj talk of wars.
Lest Unde Sam, once fairly on your traek,
Should makeyoq/ec/ the stripes and tietne stars
BSBSZ. TLEBTIfESa.
■* Not ha’f the poldier? on the rebel side
v-. names. If jjrare report we heed*
ri foothern icarntmr bias been much belled.
If It be true that ‘ he who runt may read r ”
And again:
‘ ®lch“ond were boastioclsat wee*
11181 tte *Beek^° farmj OQr boi^,ra wonld
* e J nd S e tbem, while seeing them fly.
All that jfcur(now just botUO) appears toWtfry ft
COMMODORE FOOTE.
rS?^ tbc with praises 01
Cmnmodore Foote, the.wits proposed a chu-
Blcal motto for Idm:
"•} ulia Teftigiareirftrmm •
Iso Foote steps backward. 1
Foote was an accommodating name for
pons, and it was well improred :
“ S?* 1 bare we now for a gnn or sabre.
recreant rebels to slash or to shoot,
W “ n c£pS ClU7 * aDd at Dondson, Abe makes them
Bj simply applying a 100 of bis Foote J”
Again:
“32!° ™l )cla Fa r, In a boastin' way.
Thej’ll crerjr Inch ofgrooud dispute;
A brag Indeed we’ll better heed, *
Whenever they withstand one Foote.”
FLOYD. |
“ The thief Is a coward, by Nature’s law.
Who betrays tho elate to no one Is true:
And the brave foe at Fort Donclson saw
Their light-fingered Floyd was light-footed too 1
And again:
“A double thief and traitor he.
Whose heart is so unlike a man's
As first to rob the Treasury,
Then steal away from Boaecrana,”
PILLOW.
* O most puissant General Pillow,
Jnst hang that gun upon a willow.
Or else prepare yonrself instead
To be a Pillow without a head.”
GOVERNOR XAQOrmr.
‘‘Beriah Magoffin.
rufllan,
the community think that you ought.
With kickin’ and cufm’, » ° *
Laid Cat as a muffin, *
To have a good etofilfi*
Of powder and shot.”
COTZItKOB WISZ.
“ The rebels moon a sad defeat,
Tfiat might have been completer
For Bnrnelde, though he had a Jleet.
Must yield to Wise as Jleeter.
“A couplet slightly changed will show
why Burnside lost Ms boastful foe.
‘He that Is IHm can runaway.
And lire to fight another day.’ ”
THE TWO B'B.
Say? the Battery to the Bayonet
With derieive irony. J
“ Slimmest of all the bladesl’re met
Do yon think yon can carry me ?
Say? the Bayonet to the Battery.
“Square nj> with your elbow joint,
And you’ll find that hoverer aliml be
I always carry ray Point 1”
POOB JOEKJTT BULL.
No wonder the Britishers Jaw,
Now ihtir sad case Ib laid bare;
IMhcyWt get thVlr cotton raw,
Tbef won’t get their beefatakes rare.
THE SHAFT*
“ Abe’s magician whose talent extends
l* cn to mafcmg: an army of Shakers;
For his late drafting order has made , trooni of
friends, r
In Inti filled the dty with Qnaters I”
a OOXB CCABD £OXO.
“ f “5 * rre listed lor the ware,
In the sidewalk hussars an officer am f;
1 v® boldly drawn my scabbard and fw thrown
owov my sword.
And I*|]| bleed for my country like a blackberry
. COTTOH.
“Jeff. DjltJs boasts that • Cotton’s kin" ’
Upon ms throne's to written :
But he'll soon And. when on his swinir.
That Hemp is king of Colton,”
Tin BLACK WATCH.
TOietber Greely is going to be maoe Brigadier
?/ v °i ored Brigade; worries Bennett, ’us clear •
Maybe Benneu will try. If the ails;
Herald leader*, we know, can best handle Work
HZLAIUOrS PATRIOTISM,
A national hymn, said to bare been written
l)j a national /«rr, commences as follows:
0. Hale Columbus I take my bonnit 1
1 reckon now you’ve bin and don It!
Brine out your puns, all you that bas ’em.
And blaze away with enthusiasm :
The trumpet bea't,’the'base drnm Wow,
1 he rebels time’s come for to go.
A lady possessed of a br&TC husband slnira
herjoytni war song to the tune ol »• Gobbler
in the Beanpatch,” la tbc following manner:
“My hns-ihand Is gallant, and
My hna-ibamd is gay;
■Whene’er he take a warlike staad.
The rebels run away;
Be laughs a laugh of scornful wrath.
To sec tbc cowards dec,
. TO l * tbor high, tbelr low, their pnmmadiddle.
natbans, sollygoggle jamboree!
Another seng with an equally astonishing
chorus has been somewhat popalar with the
soldiers: s
“Balse the banner, raise It high, bora I
Let It float against the sky; J
* God be with ns,’ this our cry, boys I
Under It we’ll do or die.
lat chorus— Arise to glory, glory, clory I
~ Our country calls, march on, march oal
2d cnoEUS-^Co-ca-che-Junk—che-lunk-che-lay-ly,
Co-ca-che lunk * che-Innk-che-la-ly,
Co-ca-thc-itmk—che-innk-che-la-ly,
Itig-a-dc-dig, and away we go 1”
The following was the defiant song which
Burnside’s soldiers sent over, with ringing
voices, to the Rbrth Carolina shore as they
approached it:
“ Bay, rebels, will yon meet us.
Bay, rebels, will yoo greet us.
Say, rebels, will you beat ns.
On Isortb Carolina shore ?
In tbc name of God we’U meet yon.
With the swore of God we’ll greet yon,
By the grace of God we’ll beat yoo.
On 23ortb Carolina shore 1
ginning glory, hallelujah,
Binging glory, halleluiah,
Binging glory, hallelujah,
* To Ood lor ever morel
With the 6word of Jef£ yon meet as,
la the name of Jeff, yon greet ns
in treason’s cause to beat ua.
t» . On Xcrih Carolina shore, '
Bnt our flag shall float forever.
-And onr Union none shall sever
And treason punish ev. r.
On Xonh Carolina shore
Sinking,’'etc.
, a y ,^ e Border State patriots con
cluded, finally, that it’was necessary to treat
traitors, is thus explained:
M Just give them chaps a half a chance;
Let them bnt *aya hapd on
A traitor, and he’ll have to dance
With atmosphere to stand on—
So he will 1”
The following lines are said to hare been
written by a Copperhead to show that was a
loyal man and a patriot:
“1 am down on this rebellion tenfold more than
ever,
Bnt not because our glorious Union It la bound to
oissever,
Bnt by ibis earned treason it at last hat come to
pass
That whiskv baa gone np from six to ten cents a
glass 1”
Much hilarity waa indulged In at the threat
that the rebels were intending to come North
across the Potomac;
Jeff. Davis is coming, Oh I Oh 1
When shall we see Lira ? Oh! Oh!
WhmUm river is rising I Obi No I
He srili wait till the river Mow:
Will he wade if the river is low?
Or wait till it ceases to flow ?
Finally be creased. When be returned
there was much mure hilarity than when he
threatened tbe visit:
W GencnU Lce, tic rebel chief* you all perhaps da
How he came North a abort time since to spend a
month or so;
Dot soon ho lonnd the climate warm, although a
Southern man.
And quickly hcddlcd up Ms cakes and toddled home
again.
Cuonus—How ore yon General Lee? is it? why
don't jou longer stay?
? eUaS L K:rjlana ““
Jeff. Darts met him coming back, “Why, General
Lee, uc said,
“^wSSylnMcld^ 3 BtaSE “ Bo ' ttere '«
“ KO^y?a^&TßQenorßlL “:“ ll< > wUs -
What makes me fed so giddy, is. Pro taken too
moch Meade,”
Cuoiics—How sre yon, .Jeff. Doris ! Would yon
not like to be J
I '". I wi 'N,“ J ’° rte . r ” on ike river, and
“ilcade” upon the land,
1 1B C ?1 J ' ol1 ’ 11 fln i that these mixed
drinks are more than yon can stand/
The proposal to compromise with Jefl.
Paris is thus pleasantly rewired:
C. S. A. would like n trace I
Ha I ha I a compromise I
Fighting aint of any use!
Hal ha! a compromise I
Never mind who's wrong or right,
Mudsills can't be made to tight.
And, besides, it costs a sight 1
Hal hal a compromise 1
And the manner in which J. P. would be
willing to compromise, and also the polite
answer he would get, are explained thus:
“ Well, Uncle Sam," says Jefferson D.,
Lillllmlcro, o!d Uncle Sam,
“Ton'll hare to join my Conled’racy,"
Lillilmlero, old Uncle Sam.
“ Lcro. lero, that don't appear O, that don’t ap
pcar v " says old Uncle Sam.
“ Lcro. lero. fllllbnstero, chat don't appear O," says
old Uncle Sam.
The following sonnet to the Chief Magis
trate, no doubt proceeds from its author's
heart, though somewhat deficient in orthog
raphy ;
Graft Magistral!; that gits up in the nite
All foil or Calf, £ rites for several Oars
Stiddy, & Hedltaits with all hia powrs—
A tryic all the wile to doo wota rite
To pot a Stop to this nnplesect Fite;
loom all the people wants, Great Mariatrait I
Tour Eglo vews yoc ain't afaid to stalt,
* you do&nt calr a cub for no man's spite 1
Ther ain’t a Patril anywera but wot
Knows yonre a doom jest wot he wood doo—
-1 ernffin Be was down tner on the spot
Rnm tv? *. the TOlnd to Bee throe things like you,
BnttS^i Bonyß6B7ou 8onyB6B 7 our projick moydo— * *
doo* be ?°* yon ™ ow M mucn morn wot they
' widE?iS Qth
fo now tl.ey pnt* the flehtlo* oT
iLcn says they’gina to-morror.
J>* Vm trr. If’p nil I
If they don’t get pnt throonh.
" 7 y ’j 1 ?v C ? ID e neininot what itle.
Andl feele like lookin’bine.- '■
Here is aTvord of cheer to drafted men:
KyUyltsl when ewnruent irom tost hdu cs.
Go gladly to the rendezvouses.
fr.t] cf yon dror a fishtln’ ticket
Go m a sin Fr-c* sh, and lick rt,
''■e’roaWiea and aorrered,.
ip' nj c u J-“ “nrb«-t foot r.;mrd
Oh Ondiron Ha", on Fm-dom’- alia.
Slit II noo thla er.rllstln’brilo.
Onr t. ntry la a bleaaed stake,
And wa’ii male for | ts 8 -t; r .
stwrSi 6 Wa® X tune ’em,
And here B Goa bless Old E.P.Unum I
. P rovc& conclusively whattvas
a long time ago stated on good evidence that:
Jn all the Lord a creation;
Me air the hell world a wonder.
■En we her the biggest thunder,
Accordin’.to population.”
THE PIBAXE FJLOKIDA.
Interesting Particulars of Her Visit
to JSadetra-Criilfto of the U. S. Ship
St* JLoulm, la Search of llvr.
[Correspondence of the K. Y. Times.]
United States Sim* sr. Loro, )
• Cnuz, Tenbritte, J-
Friday, March 18, ISCI. |
w ™! e yon from Funchal, Madeira,
on the 20th February last, I had then no idea
of ever seeing the pirate Florida; but on the
lJ i n^2 f V l , e2S i' l > 1 ' hat alj °“U greet our
astonished vision but a rebel flag of fabulom
dimensions, Heating at the peak of a steamer
anchored about a thousand yards distant
from nB, directly between ns and the town of
xnnchal. At about nine a. m., we ascer
tained her to be tbeabavc-mentioncd steamer,
“Je arrived on the evening of the 27th, at
from&rcst! aftcra I jasßa S e of eighteen days
On the 20th Feb., the commander of the
Florida, (Lieut. C. M. Morris, late of the U.
?/ a can upon the Governor of
the island. A short time afterwards, our
Acting-Consul, Mr. Kobert Baymau, called
ULon the Governor, and entered a protest in
1118 Government against the
Florida coaling. The Governor promised
him (our Consol) she should have no sup
plies there of any kind. How far he kept his
promise the following will show: The rebel
called again upon the Governor, and told him
that coal, at least 40 tons of It, was a neces
sary supply, as his ship was Ilgut and needed
it for ballast. The Governor told him as he
(the rebel) came in without it, he thought he
could go to sea without it; however. If bal-
Let was absolutely indispensable to him, that
he was at liberty to take as many stones from
the beach as be liked.
Our consul informed the Governor that the
pirate was just as seaworthy without coal as
with it; seeing she had nearly as much sail
in proportion, as tlie St. Louis, and that she
bad a propeller well for tricing up her fan, it
was proof conclusive, that on~oniinarv occa
sions she did not intend to use it, and that
coal was not a necessary supply for such a
vessel, any more than shot, shell, guns or
powder, as it was nothing more thanfarnisb
mg her means of ofience and defence, and
Without coal we would be eqnalized-
L The Governor ordered the rebel out of
port, but the rebel commander told him he
would not go until he received a few tons of
coal; the Governor then told him, as he had
not a sufficient force on the Island to enforce
ms orders, he would authorize the comman
der of the St Louis to enforce them for him
(he never gave any such order; if be had we
should have carried it out to the very letter 1
The rebel’s reply I could not learn. The out;
side pressure upon the Governor was too
gnat; and he gave her permission to take
enough to take her to the nearest port pro
viding it did not exceed twenty tons.
I think the scales where it was wei-riica
must have been well “greased, as the twen
ty ttns loaded six large lighters.” The Con
sul then protested against this, telling him
that it wtlb against the instructions he re
ceived from his Government, (these infrac
tions were delivered by an order from this
ship to the Governor of Madeira, on the 23d
lebraary, aud sent in care of Commander
PreUe, by the Portuguese Minister of State,
the Duke of Loo Loo) and that he migut as
well give him one hundred as twenty tons,
since nothing was easier than for a Mr.
Blandly (a coal merchant and a rebel sympa
thizer living here) to give the pirate an order
to anytifhis vessels which he might meet at
sea. For my part I cannot see why he could
not go around the world io spite of any such
hindrance as this—for if he’can get enough
In every port be goes to carry him to the
next, what more does he want. Immediate
ly alter we ascertained her true character,
(on the morning ol th# 2Sth) we hove In oar
cable to forty-five fathoms, that being as
little scope as we could ride by,as our anchor
lay in thirty-three fathoms; we also loaded
tbckmall arms. This was all we could do
under the circumstances. It appears that
several reports reached the pirates, while at
anchor ofl Funchal, that we were going to
take her where she was. If om crew were
allowed to have their way, they would have
taken her at all hazards. After she received
ler supposed twenty tons of coal, she mads l
preparations for sea, and so did we, but the ■
y r r y time that she lift Fnncha], on the nl-ht
of the 29tb, at 8:S0 p. m., it was a calm, and
we could do nothing.
On the morning of March 1, a light breeze
sprang np, and, as we learned that the pirate
had shaped his course for this port, (Santa
Craz,)we got underway. Alter sue days beat
ing we arrived at this place, and upon our
arrival we learned that tie pirate had been
here, ebaied, and went to sea the day pre
vious to onr arrival, (6th of March.) It is
reported, and I think correctly, that she has
gone to the East Indies. I find she has not
been altered at Brest, as reported, for now
she answers her former description exactly
I examined her very closely. Sie stows her
hammocks, as the Kcarsago and other boats
of her class, but here the resemblance ends
She has a sharp pointed head, long, low bow
sprit and jib-boom, long lowcrmasts, short
topmasts and topgallant-masts, and Ion"’
mastheads, all of which are very slender, is
bark-rigged, two funnels, one forward of the
other, both forward of the mainmast. Her
musts have more rake than any of our gun
boats I have seen. She has wire rigging
Her armament consists of six 32-poundcrguns
of 42 cwt., in broadside, and two 100-pound
er Bltakley rifles as pivots, and, according to
report, 117 men on board, three of which de
scried at Funchal. They report the crew as
English. Irish, Spanish, French and. Portu
guese, aud only one American. The officers
are all Southern men but one, who is an En
gilshman, acting as an engineer.
Tlio * c Basilwbaefrera” at Some,
A correspondent who evidently onderstaade
the habits and character of the animil well,
thus delineates a rebel bushwhacker:
It would require sn artist ol superlative
ekill to paint toyouthe bushwhacker us he Is
He comes from the o l 'a degr aded pop
ulatloh. He eannOt "rite bis name. His
speech Is a mixture of falsehoods ,mna
deuce expressed in the worst English spoken
by While men, and apparently cullcdfrom the
corruptious of plantation slang He belong
to a gang of from five to forty in number. Ills
family occupy a cabin remote from the high
way; or the families of several throngto
gether, and occupy the large house by the
wayside, of some absconded rebel. Ho never
owned a nigger, hut he may have been a nig-
Ser driver ou some neighboring plantation
e has asandy complexion; has for whiskers
a number of straggling dirt-colored hairs that
grow straight downward; he seldom washes
bis hands or changes his shirt. He visits his
wife, a woman as dirty and ignorant as him
eelf, and 'who chews tobacco and dips snuff
as olten as It Is safe for him to do It; the bal
ancc of the time he spends in the brush, or In
committing robberies on unprotected Union
families. He has a leader a little more intel
ligent and a little more daring than himself
Ten of them dare not attack three armed sol
diers. but five will go to the house of a man
who has a little money, and torture him by
setting him on live coals of Are, or pnllini
out his toe-nails with bullet moulds, till he
teds them where bis treasure Is concealed -
and the robbery completed, they retire to
their rendezvous. His fare is the simplest
and coarsest—a shoal which lives half wild in
the woods, which is lank, poor, and runs like
a deer, which is brought down bya rifleshot,
badly dressed, boiled to rags, and eaten fresh!
with a little corn bread. He has half a dozen
dogs, and as many dirty, tow-headed children,
lives in wretchedness, squalor and crime
But he is a good judge of a horse, and has one
superior in speed and bottom to those ol anv
of his pursuers, and it is often of the best
Kentucky or Louisians blood. All seasons
•rc alike to bim, but bis more daring feats
are performed when the leaves are on the
treep. and effectually hide the approaches to
the thickets In some ravine, which is his hid*
mg place. His arms are a big knife, and one
or two navy revolvers, and a rifle or shot
gun, or possibly a carbine captnred from
some straggling soldier whom he had mur
dered and stripped. His original uniform is,
of course, a ragged suit of butternut; but he
now often has a blue coat or pants the spoil
of some unusual and fiendish butchery. He
obtains ammunition through some neighbor
whoTisits a Provost Marshal; says ho was
“always loyal” takes the oath and obtains a
permit to carry arms, including, of course,
the right to buy powder and lead. When
the Fedcr.il army Is in the vicinity ho may
he seen, planting corn in the daytime—at I
night he will be shooting the pickets. If his I
bouse is visited, and his wife asked where be
is, the uniform answer Is, ‘‘l have no hus
band;” or, “he has gone South,” or, “O,
he is with your’ns,” intimating that he Is in
the Federal army. And she is so reidy with
the lie that she often names the command to
which she says he belongs, and states where
Jt is stationed. He owns allegiance to no
Government; is bonnd by no laws; is a
common bandit and robber, with no senti
ment ol chivalry to make his adventures ro
mantic; no generosity to divide him from
other beasts of prey. If this cruel war Is
ever over, he will still, for his life time,
haunt the scene of his depredations, and
*alk amid the rude graves of his victims:
hjs gong will defy the law and hls minions;
JLmJv* . b ? thc curse—“the curse to kill
with, which the rebellion invoked, and till
ms generation pass away, he will be the ter
ror to the neighborhood quiet and the foe to
civil government
Gen* Stoneman’n Stair.
The following General Order gives the com
position of Gen. Stoneman’s staff:
IlEAi)<jcrAET£Ba Cavalry Cokhakd, D. 0..}
Paris, Ky., April 14,1864. f
i ®™^ OIIWM Ko * -—The undersigned hav
lhe wahy command,
SlSrSow,: 0M °' bc « b r “«m® b ‘»
fp Sr t 'SeS|' W - Em,th ' lCtb IIL C ‘ T - A' 3l - I»-
C. U. Hale, A. D. 0. D. S. A. and A. A.
jlajor n. Tompkins, nth 111. c»t. Proroat ilar
aha].
Brown, Ist Kentucky Car., Medical
Surgeon H.
Director.
Llent.B. H, Humphreys, Acting Chief A o w
Copt, F. W. Clemons, Chief C.% **.■
Capt. 8. W. Sea, stblnd. Car. Ord. Officer
Capt, 1L W. Keogh, A.D. O, ‘
Capt. J. O’Kecffc-e, A D. C.
They will be obeyed and respected tcrordlnslr
Geo, STORE3CAS, Major Gen. Com’d’g*
Forrest’S Official Report oftbePadn.
t ail A Hair. u
Dcesdew, Tesk., via Okolo.va. Miss,,}
Governor Clark, Macon, Miss.-
Lett Jacluon on the ffid. Captured Union CJtr
on the 3tlh, with funr hundred Lid mnrtsnaa?
Mnon s them tho rer.crndc Uswsms, ind mo-?or
hit riiLtaem, about. twu hundred horeea, andilve
hmidttd nmill arms Also took revision of
Ihcknitn, the enemy having vacated it Tmnrart
with dftSon *
from Jackaon d iect to Paducah in fifty hoar “ at
tached it on the p>vb, drove the eaemv to Ihdirtim
lotts and forts, held ihe town for tun Jim« idStj
Imre held It lunger, but fladin S “the‘JSi
rtdog, vacated the place. Captured many JtS
aad horses, burned nsty bale. or cotton ind one
tlesnier on the dry dock, broncht ont flliy prl«om
ere. l»y Joes at Union CJlyaad Paducah, r. if,-
i? 0 mtwenly-five killed and woundrf, amoM
tlem Col. Thompson, commanding the Kmtncb?
brißade, killed, Uent. Cob Lanfcan. Panltn“ a rc!
meat, mortally wounded, and Col .Tr
the 7th Kentucky, and Lieut. Col MS?on“ ’thc
2d Tennessee, slightly wounded. EnemvVlna* in
Pado(»h,fl f twfiTe tilled and, ne «
In aft five hundred. Have di-patched denQhS
stnatTupelo to meet prisoners at Corlathand
take them to yon. Hold poseeaslon of all the
country except posts on the river. Think it I can
remalu here unmolested for fifteen days willba
able to add two thousand men to my command I
would urge upon you the- Importance of retnMn*
the railroad[to Corinth, as
citizens as for the trood of the department •° r
__ W. b- Poueest, Major General.
Abraham Lineals—Wliat tho Bobel*
Thlnkol his Be*electioD.
[From the Chattanooga Daily Gazette.] •
Mb. Editor : A few daj a vjo I fell i u C om.
pauy with a prominent rebel citizen of Chat-
Unooga county, Ga, . .
The conversation turned upon the proba
bilities ol Lincoln’s re-election to the Presl
dency of the United States; whereupon he
remarked, with considerable warmth:
*‘ll Lincoln is re-elected we mayjnst os
well give up the game, for we can in that case
have no Lope of gaining onr independence.
e ? ten l r^i D *f t0 tee P U P appearances
with the hope that uje_pc<Tcemc;« of theUuited
States would be able to cirry the election.
OCR ALL IS STAKED ETON TIIE ISSUE; for it IS
an abtoiuie imjxMiifilUi/ for ns to hold ont an
other fotp years. God grant thatourfeara be
not realized. For my own part, X would
rather see the sun plucked from her orbit than
to see old Abe re-elected If we have to re
turn to the bated Union. I would rather sub
mit to any other man than Lincoln.”
Tuns it appears that the rebs are awaltine
the “issue” with a faint hope that the good
people of the United States will be foolish
enough to elect a Copperhead to the Presi
denc * Scout.
Thickeray’s presentation copy of
Sickens’ 11 Christmas Curol,’* was bought by
the Queen for £2O. °
ffiqgljEcsj) crating.
QQ
H
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HASHEESH CANDY,
THE EASTERN
Guniali of Ench.antmQnt,
Oil ORIENTAL EXUILTRANT AND NER
VINE COMPOUND,
A plcacnrable and harmless stimulant co&fertlonlaeo
"Jr r T2 Be ?H N,, r P ebll,ty » Confusion of Thoagnts,
OnFlKS’^W 1011 B P' r ‘ t? * Nervous HeaS
WMtofviLmJ.ic.’ Ill,l, “ tc “ c '’ her,ous
Afflicted Sufferers,
TRY IT.
Seekers after Pleasore and the JUirellonA
TRY IT.
Tr£S£Sl?i e^ 0d * Eo J d by Drneglut* everywhere.
t* 7 wholesale Agency for Chicago and the West,
H. ECOVIILE, 76 Eandolpb-at., Chicago,
UTecUcular 111 *“ d 11 perbox * SeCdforf&u descrip.
rSTPOKTED OJfl-T UT TUB
GtNJAH WALLAH CO.TOANT,
a BMton “ r»rt
iscellancous.
IE, OHM IROX!!
JRO3ST!
P. C. HUHTIKGTOW,
202IiAKB STREET
AGENT FOR
Ormsby iron Works,
PITTSBURGH, PA.,
Offers superior Inducements to all consumers of Irm
apl4-c757-12l
1CIBES!
“ Old Stock and New Receipts,”
. Jfs%?*lhlnii on hand, and to be received, lor sale
LOtV by cargo or retail.
Shingles, Lalh, Doors, Sash, £c.,
r^SS“o’fer 8 a’?l Uie bcJt anil os the * p
Railroad Track and other Facilities
For accommodating our customers.
ZTT" Charles street, "West Side, Second Yard sooth
oi Van Daren Str.et Bridge, opposite Chicago and St.
Loots Freight Depot.
ap2O.dSJ4-lw HOWARD ft CHASR.
/iIDCAGO WATERWORKS.
SemJ-acnnal Water Tax. dae Maj Ist. ISS4.
PAYABLE OjS'LY IN*^LEG ALJTESDEK OB KA
iIONAL DANK NOTES.
Office of the Board op Pmuo Works, )
Chicago, April ?OOi, i»CJ, 5
The Board or Public Works hare assessed the
amounts to be paid as water rents, or susiismems, tor
commencing may Ist, 16CJ.anden/ilng
November let, tSW, the fame are hereby declared to
bf due and payable on tbe Ist day 01 at ay next
By tbe requirements of tbe revised City Charter, the
water tax is assessed on all lots of land which shall
»bator adjoin any street, avenue or alley tnroc-'h
?fc c it.« e ws, l r oJpcsnre laid, and whlohiMuS re
bnlwlnes thcreop, whether the*water
la such bunding, or on snob lot, or not
If'not paid dormp ««kwUI be ad Jed*
lo the water rents on all lots where the water is usel
Un the water asi essments on lots where the water Is
not used a discount of twenty per cent will bo made
If the same Is paid daring May.
J. G. GINOELE,
PRED. L»rrz.
«pSI-dBSO-10t Board of Public Works,
TT S. NAVEL RENDEZVOUS,
ln 3 thft°N der i of pr ? VOBt S^rshS 11 Genettif'SStmcn a
In tbe Naval service at a Naval Rendezvous, and dnlj
L c « c s^°l D . ni f l ? dtDr £ fflcer thereoffor credit
will entitle the district to credit on Its quota H
Artlng Volnnteer Lieut, U. Commauilng
NavalEendezvous, Chicago. Illinois.
Good Recruiting Agents are wanted In
BUclilgan, HIInoI«, -Wisconsin, lotvs
and Hlmiosota,
To whom good psywiii be given. Government bountv
is now pale to Naval recruits, and men are received
for one, two and three years.
DRAFTED HEN
Can select tbe Navy If they desire. apW-cTSgim
“HER KAJESTT r CHAMP&I(}aE
The Royal Wine of England.
A limlled quantity of thla superior Wine has hem
4? p “£i na £ c 5 ll,f £ ea » aad the flm shipment o
Bba lt ßrriv £ < l , .*' y thesieamshlp Olympic, <Uroa
from tbe centra of the well-known house oj as,uiruo
. . Messrs. DKVENOGK & CO
"S*®*?l*7lFr??Pe - Th« present invoice will be la
wSAjfe°rsl B T al tho very low price o;
1 V\ ENTT DOLLARS PER CASK O • QUARTS.
,ncarrenc T; which is much below its first cost,
• irT. H nol ’i. < l, Dh t ??* this wine is guaran.eed, and
nni!£.n«’ d rtil“ conlJ denco of its approval by con-
S2!^5 r K«i°. I ? ere lo* one or more cases may be ad
dressed, by ] e tter o■o th cr\n&e.to the un 'erslrrned,
' v« n ?ABD. Wine and Prult^Dcaiei
•pW«&3ljf oADl,,r “ t ' near W«ll.»wTori.
TTOCL AIMED FREIGHT.—The
1-/ following unclaimed Ral!raid Freight will be
m a. BUTTERS & CO.’S, on-
h * wieaa Eooner called for and
Tr°nirt.iM??l an * 1 **l“ * bcel ? B. Lcquor, 1 hoi*
«.Corbett, Sboxes and 1 s.macblne stand; Mn.O.
f * Ba cweU. 1 box; D.Bver, 1 box and I keg; C. Vol
r trunks; T.O Connor, I tram; L. Harding, i
boxed scales: H. I?. Fenton, 1 box; H.W. Wood. 1
P rx i uimstcd & Drn(man, 1 wagon, harness and
trunk ;P. Green. 1 brl; M. Carpenter. 1 brl; M. Bn I
dlnc.l box and 1 cbm; A. AtQeld, l frattress.l stnva.
1 table. 1 c. board and 1 b. stead; H. F. Trambold2
P« £2 6U s£ll_ WEBS TKB * BAXTER.
Spa Cf26-Sw . 229 S. Water i treet.
JTBUIT, lout ST TUBES AND
SHRUBS,
POH, 19 AXj E ,
-At 59 Clark Street,
!i care from Eastern and Western Nurse'
?ndore ihS 1 1 li C kDO^ n Tar,etlM thatlrtn
a lar ? e assortment ol
pi£? c e Vpc Shrubs of the choicest klnda-Magnollas,
£773, etc. Evergreens of all the known
pieties.Flcwerßoots.sna Greenhouse and Bedding
fl*®*?* Fruitscorslst of Pears, Apples. Plums!-
*^®J7 Icg and Peaches, with all the smaller Fruits. In!
celebrated BUFFALO STRAWBERRY
destined to take the place of all the present sorts B»
„ - _ S. *P. W. BROOKES.
™ n „
[P. O. Bex 817.J ap23-d4fil-lw
fIAKCERS CURED.
Vy DE. W. P. BPENCER,
w v ly . a s? v l d ftom the Ka ®t, has taken rooare
Waehincton street, where tie Is pre-
P&ied to treat all cases of *
CANCER, TUMORS, ULCERS, &e.,
T?ithont the use of the knife. Having, in addition
to hie own, the kiowledce and EXPERIENCE of;he
e&cbratcd Dr. REYNOLDS, of Sew Orleans, he feels
confident of belnc successful where others have failed!
whichJiaa Mver been known to Call. aplß-c9CO-Jw^
HPHE MUTUALLIFE - INS, CO,
JL OF NEW YORK. *
F, 8. WINSTON, President.
Cash Assets over $10,000,000.
Agent, 47 Clark street, Chicago.
RTEFICIAL f,
A EGS.—C. Staf
appnma and adopted by the Union States Gorera.
roent. which has appointed him to snoply them to
disabled soldiers, fbis. Orders addressed tn r
ST4FFOKD.IV6 Sooth Clark street. Cnicsco. wIU rrC
eelre immediate attention, fiend for pambttlets.
P. O. Box ifEt, apl(*c76l-Izn-T-saTis
pHAKLES KUNZ, “
V 7 _ . . NIGHT SCAVENGER.
Will attend to the cleaning of Vaults, Privies, the re
moral of all Stable Manure and offensive matter of all
descriptions. All work attended to wltbpromotnem
and dispatch and at hour most suitable. Post Office
Box. 4119. apSWCMJt
®« ®HmTcactocs
■PROPOSALS FOR SUBSIS
JL TEKCK SUPPLIES.
Omci CoHinssAßT op SraaisTssca,)
Boom 14, Gamtc Bloct.State streer. £
„ Chicago, UL, April 25,15 M.)
PEALED PROPOSALS (i* dcn (caie) w«l be re
ceimi tmin IS o’clock 3L on FRIDAF, APRIL 29th,
U64, for ftimlßlilry * *
FRESH BREAD
Totbe garristnatCampFry, and to the two hospl.
lAis le 11. In city,
Tfceconuact to commence May Ift, ISW.andt'* be
in fcrre lo: tlx iuon»hs,or focb sborterperioci as the
Co?Diic:-n Cmer«lmaydirect.
Ihe Preart mnsr he of ihe first Qaality and be dellr.
ctcci each
The Bread most be baited in lovres of twenty-two
ueovrs each, mil weight, aodbe bakedfrom co *1 floor.
San. plea of Bread oisunctly labelled must oe delirer
ed aUh ice proposals, and referred to therein. Also,
SMDptra of floor from which the hrea-l 1* to be baked
be delirerert in neat boxes of card board or tin.
folly labelled,and net In paper parcels. AU bld iera
S!JSL cI J e V. elr taftm. nod ulio ,ut« their
places of rretdeire and basinet Each bid moat bate
* E£‘J Jtcd W *P? °* ,bIjS adTertifement attached to It.
"Bids to melee consideration most be accompanied
by tne fj-iy» incatv\r«nty: y
“’We, the nnaerturned, hereby coaranteeln case the
bid J of , heaccepted lr shall hefoly
inmiied according to its trow nnrport and conilitloos.'
v!f°.? * ri,(en contract shall be executed wl'h
bonds In the sam or 4io,oiKi. " “
(Name of Guarantors.) ’
OonnUtlen as may be require!
e s2 rt s a * i ? ,t *luxin« the month of May-elity
KtSl?.*° the bUillcl “ ln * oo<l ordinary well coopered
' potatoes from persons not known to »hs an
derein ed t cost be accompanied by the written eaar.
entyoftwo responsible person*. 3 wximngaar
rajmjnt forth* above supplies to b*-made lo rich
ttxids as ney be ferefcbed by the United nates
al?bid“ dera,gß#d IMemi to reject any or
“Proposals tor Subsistence
Snppilee, and addressed te the undersigned
rw- Kto.fa A,cL - TATLOB,Uent! Col. *C. 8.
t* o teats Zeitnnx copy. apl6>dWMt
OEALED PROPOSALS WILL
£* r T rri , Tr ' ! E’DRlncftr’a office ortho rhlcago
Compaq. »'A It °o. IU . nalll Mon
rfl%fl ay r 'lfW.rorlho grading, masonry, bdrlana
cl 018 roUroacl front Alton to Eaat at. Loan, 2l
office D £ P A?fon. Pr °” I ° of ,lic ll ° s cnn be teen at the
Tlll b ? trade month!. In cash, lom n re
-sn7fiO « I^r.'. c ,fkJ ,l;tll lae somnlellon ortho «or£
and bice received for one or mors section* to be coml i
pitted by or before Aognst Ist. i»st.
all bfds° reecrTe tight of declining any ot
Proposal! to be addressed to
'S&gftg?""*'
Apiuzist.isw. ap©dl79-lm
QBALED PROPOSALS will be re
rrn5 e «Tj?h k J**! 11)0 £ ITl * ded tats sections of abont one
° r
,P r °P® s lng for work will please etate the
time wiihlr which they will undertake to comoiMi
midpr?i r M?PH B, ii? n^ee * F er sonally acquainted with the
“ £lre rcr ' rcM '« “
? e made monthly, in cash, less 15 per
fbttrork- Wm be retaUed the completion ox
In f l a . l^l r e , B , wlilbe advisedas soon as practicable by
no«Vi? ce P tanc ® or noa-acceptiaco of thelrpro
*on * contracts will be made requiring the
.v f work without delay. The under®
Ei.nid rceerreatbe rlent to .'eject any proposal wmch
mar be made. T. 15. BLACKSTONtVContMCtor
Chicago, April 18th, ISfIL ap23-dU9-td I
0™ CE OF PURCHASING
«i* °.V TJWKwy. the sth day of ijay, tstt tor fiirnHh
{^asmsßisasa,!*'
S&w.
I sif-QjiiCOt the contract, and to CO' tloue at the rat*» nt
comi!joIe(?. “' MI) P " «»*• -nUKfflSra
wel « b ® d or the scales,and the
weight so determined to be the purchasing weight
! -IJi l ,® VFV® y el « h I of the Cattle aV least
eleven hundred and fif y (1,150) pound* gross and no
A rlsVd Inspection will be made »t each delivery by
stj ch perionsat* the Government may direct 17 y
& ? d ll ®i f 'Ji? rIK not be received.
nl f b sSn>. n,e -*J Proposal* formroishioz
ft NaSSift. T^ 0 d a Wlllbe “Creased to tbeucdersigned
person, acd In esse of aflnn, eveir member of
* bid, muse sign hlstiametothusame ,
?. 8^“P ai »y »t with, an oata of allegiance
Governmeat. Id addition to theabore
eacll bidder be present to respond to
?l B A ! «*rt ß^ d Prepared to cire a bond, with good
ffifSSSt? V eCfUlly ’ for th ® falUlftll perVormance of
'Rill be made in certificates of Indebted* I
TOBU ot BID.
M l ««il e , re toJ op??fl .® to,arnlßhth ® De-
Fw?i£i-?il?/? Br . U . , 2?“ nil head of Beef Cat
beTioof, In strict accordance with the condJ
ft^S!J«i« e SfiS! e< i #d ls rtl9emcn, » to b3 delivered
poords C ’ 7enn '’ or 0,8 flQm of per hundred
1 offer as securities to my contract the namtf of
of of county, Sute of .
„ E.B. QOPKINS,
«.BpE-d<Sl-Ht Capt.andC.B. U.B. A.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL
be received at the office of the Minnesota Central
thV M?. T H OOIOp /- a f7‘ WlancaDolls, Minnesota, onm
day of May, ie&t f at ij o’clock noon, for the
jraolcg. Sfasocry and bridging on the branch line o*
said road fn.ru Mendota to St.Paul. UQe °'
w?...«!!? co if l l! iMB ft ,arße amount of sand reel.
TaGon * a ?? nt*sonry and superstructure of »
bridge across the Mississippi Klyer
Notice is hereby given tnaft on or abont the same
da j®, Htf . of comnletluc the grading, masonry
?5f»VVIdF 1 d Fi 0| v 0n th i* ma * a bne of said rwad.fromFarri-
P?®** 1 ® Ih ® State line, (37) fißy-*even mile*, will
oe contractedfer. *
The worichbon the branch line is of a very heav*
character, and is worthy the attention of responsible
contractors.
Payments will be made monthly, in cash, and bid*
received fr r the work in small or targe qaaatlHc-. tht
ccmpsnj reserylnsrrne right to reject any bids not
satisfactory as to price or as to the responslnllUT o*
the parties Disking the same. • y J
For information with regard to said work, applies
tlon may be made to the Compajj’s Chief knglneee.
at Minneapolis, Minnesota. 8
D. C. Bhztard, CUtftoSSIr^’SEgSS
PROPOSALS FOR FORAGE.
X. Cmp QrARTEBSUSTZB’B OFFIC*. )
pui. V n t>*K>T. Decemberß.lß63. j
SKAIKD PROPOSALS are Inrt'ed by the nndei*-
oar D irDM°i r 8 2t >p l? ln hi l * 1 ? S’ Quartermaster's D©-’
panmeni, at W ashlneton, D. C» BaUlraure. Aid
Alcißhtjna, and Fort Monroe, Va., or eltner of those
p oate a ' d Straw.
airL/f^Ji be jeered for ,h « delivery of 5.000 bush
np. ardf.™ or Gate audio tona of Ear or Straar, or
„?S d< !C r ' m ' 1 ' t Kita * l which bftho above nameo
pests tbev propose to make deliveries. and the rate*
?i l t?ir C «fh7JPV mftke thereat. the qal*
“ t,c i e PWW? : to be delivered. the lime
» ffS£pteSL rt “‘ 1 “ llb " *bU wbea
7, n £i’. rlc £ 131181 be written out In words on the hid*.
»„ w 1 ? to P° l op in good stoat sacks, of about twe
oat ,** in Uke BBCkB - of abontahree bosk
els each. The sacks to be furnished without extra
wcufely ba?ed?° Temmont * Thc nay Straw to b «
Ihe particular kind or description of Oats, Corn. Has
?he S mo W c£tth» POBCI11 ° ** dcLvercd mDBt be slated Ir
„ Airthe micies offered under the bldah ß rcln Invited,
will betnbject toa field Inspection by the Govern
mint Inspector before belrc accepted/
Contracts will be awarded tom time to time to tht
lowest responsible bidder, as iha interest of the Coy.
eminent may rerrnire, and pavt.cct will be made when
thewholeaiaoantconlnictfdforihal! bare been de
llvercd and accepted.
The bidder will be required to accompany bis pro
posal with a guaranty, signed by two responsible per
lbat * n ca6e bl® bid 18 accepted he or they wll
within ten days thereafter, execute the contract for
the same,with good and sufficient sureties In a son
equal to tbe amount ol the contract, to deliver tne
foraceproposed In conformity with the terms of thli
adveitl-ement; and In case the said bidder should fall
to enter Into the contract, they to make good the dlf
terenco between tbe offer of said bidder and the next
lowrs responsible bidder, or the person lo whom the
contract may b* awarded.
k The responsibility of the guarantors v
bylbeofflclnlcctulrateof aD.R be shown
coVcctorof Cualon*- ..district Attorney
Ucn&r ' any other officer nndar the
t ” a .'«frioilil. omc°e Imi,,) ' I ' t ' ° r rai,K ’ MlMe Ps-Tor
oCa,e
ou^Uiaaa '‘ r
n n^r/ 0 ! 8 .be addressed to Brlcmfler General
“«o? Tc'-mM “Wif Q?»rtera
Mis for Fc«ce,° d Bhoa * d marked “Eropi
lo *he nmoont of tbecootract
MgntC tj the contractor and both bis guarantors, will
«.^^mSSI?. ce “ , ““ dder or bids '"> %p&
Blanx forms of bids, gnarantees and bonds, may bf
obtained on appll. ation at this office, 3 °*
form of PROPOSAL. 1
(Town, County and Slate)
rtlfSlt d ,° hereby propose to furnish and
deliver to the United States, at the Quartermaster 1 !
P,fJ? ai ?« mrilt *5 ■: —rr* agreeably to the terms of your
"^ Vl^, u »e*nent, inviting proposals for forage, dated
arUclesfvtz- Depot ' December 8, IS63,the following
bushels of Corn, In sacks, at per buahei 01
63 pounds.
bushels or Oats, in sacks, at per bushel 0?
63 pounds. u
tons of baled Hay, at per ton of 2 COC
poonds. 1
1 ■" tons of baled Straw, at per ton of 2 00c
pounds.
Delivery to commence on or before the ' day
of , 188 , and to bo completed on or before *he
■—~ day of »IS6 , and pledge myself to en
ter Into a written contiact with the Uclted States,
with good and approved securities, within the space
of ttn days after hrlrg notified that my bid has been
accepted. Tour obedient servant.
Brigadier General J». H.Recurs,
Chief Depot Qoartermaltcr,
Washington, D. C.
GUARANTY.
We, the undersigned. residents ol ■ m tht
County ot : and State of , hereby Jointly
and severally, covenant wltb the United States, and
guarantee la case tbe foregoing bis of be ac
cepted, that he or they will, within ten days alter the
acceptance cf said bid, execute tbe contract lor the
earoe, with good and sufficient sureties, In a sum enaal
to the amount ot tbe contract to furnish the fOrart
proposed in conformity to the terms of advertisement
dated December 8, lads, under which ihe bid wai
made: and in case the said shall mil to
enter m:r- a contract os aforesaid, we guarantee to
make good the difference between toe offer of the
5* w —77 and the next lowest responsible bid.
der, or the person to whom the contract may be
awarded. ■ . J
5 Given under our hands and aaali
I this day of ,185—.
ISeaL]
fSpall
1 hereby certify that, to the best o! my knowledei
and belief, the above-named guarantors are good and
sufficient mb sureties for the amount lor which thei
Oder to be security. J
To be certified by the United Statea District Atto’r
ney .Collector of Customs, or any other officer undo
the united States Government, or responsible oersor
irnowa to this office.
'Witness':
“ All proposals received under this sdrertisemeai
owned »nd examined at this office oi
WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY of each wear, at Jl
M. Hdders are respectfully Invited to be present at
the ©peeing ot bids,” If they desire.
p ijUCaER
Brigadier General and Quartermaster.
JNeln publications.
91 DDA —THE TWENTY-
MtJ JL. •V \/ V" • first thousand of the
AUTHORIZ ED
IM OF PKESiDENT LIMB3LN.
THE PIONEER BOY,
IS PUBLISHED THIS DAT.
everybody warts a copy*
Finely Illustrated. Price $1.25.
Used by Everybody.
Used by Everybody.
Used by Everybody.
Used by Everybody.
Tor all Eilions Diseases.
For all Eilions Diseases.
wax,i£er, wise & co„ | For all Bilions Diseases.
NOTICE.—TfIs correct life waa written by the per*
nilsston of the President himself, and from material
ftimlsted by him. Ask for THAYER’3 LIFE OP
PRESIDENT LINCOLN, TOE PIONEER BOX, arid
yon will get what can be relied npon.
Sent by mall FBEE on receipt of $1.25.
Boston.
Agents and Canvassers Wanted
In every Town. County and S’ate In the country to
fell the life and » Portrait of the Freedom Terms
liberal. CanTasseis can m%l e Into >lO to $25 per day
Apply in person or by letter to
WALKER, WISE £ CO.,
245_Wafihingtoa-fiL, Boeton. v« w
ap8&4696 8t
60 000 LBS - height
noc UC Sj ” ” -wanted for Salt Lake and Baa-
Mule Teams Through in 65 Days.
Trains start May Ist. Inquire of C &F. n AWirivu
809 Sent* Water street. apSMttMt^Tu*Tn
2Liiies
1864. TflE 1864.
feta Transportation Conipj
PEOPLE’S LINE OF STEAMERS
WESTERN EXPRESS.
Banning over the Erie Bailwey.
Company are prepared
*?, .^I^P Merchandise, Produce, and otb*-r prop
b^I v . eea Chicago and New Totlc. Bo«oo; aad
frtTeltPß^nn^iP^fS 18 / n n d offer to the Commercui and
the/oSSSaS 1 * th foQowln * BQ P«ior faciUUea,Tl*^
SCREW BTE.UIEBI
ON THB UtgPj.
..Capt. H. D. Fsmatt.
...Capt. J. BKCEwrrx.
Capt. Britt.
.... Capt. Dicsjos.
...Capt. H. Larolrt.
.Capt. S. Q. Lanolrt.
..Capt. Atwoo».
....Capt. McKaa.
.Capt. Gcrhard.
Capt AwraPß.
.Capt. Dsakb.
.Capt. Gtaaoa.
EMPIRE STATE.
BADGES STATE.
ONEIDA
PLYMOUTH
MOHATVK..
TONATTANDA...,
FKE>. STATE....,
BUFFALO
POTOMAC
RACINE
MAT T LO«E . .
NEPTUNE.... ...
tokketo a DAXiT LDfj tsrwsar
CHICAGO & BUFFALO,
YOUCIHSQ AT
EiOSE, mWABKEE, iMCKmC, DCTUOIT
J.YD CLEVELiSD.
Connecting as follows, vts;
'^r^ th » e tH 1 , 00 ? Railroads leading to and from Chi
ass srsi?i“ si - Louis »<
TVMh * Mississippi Railroad, at Racine.
v\ hri.lo? Ss !.^ J . l . ll v an,:Et: Railroad, at Milwaukee
•?irt C i 8 »^ elaDrt A Mahoninc, Cleveland and Pittsburg
CTevriaid C Gnat uttra Railroads, at
And with the
ERIE K AILIVAY
n?Transportation
»?if P»^L a JJS- e i°* B j a x? oD^rtß Canal, four3f whloh
I .I. ?. Te Buffalo and New York daily.
X3T Tor Ccn'racfe and Bills of Lading apply to
: a?cSlsM So -. 1 Coe f.““ SU J>- Kwjork.
KewYorsj AHD,ao Bro * dw »r. ARBit Brio Raavr.y,
jl.?' BroalffiT.Keg T«r!r.
•»j. Eofton DKLAI ’ ,ISS “ te!trc ' ,, - 4 « e,1 ‘
t.'G CIIa.SE, 113 Pier. Albany. ■
S; jouotok l assr’' Tro? -
L 51, OSBORNE, Sandusky
J- \i BUKIJ* cb.. Detroit.
'WESTERN TANBPO RTATIOK COMPANY,
s* V G r F e ? te ™ P*»«neer Agent,
o. ICO WE, Ticket Agent, foot of State street.
J. W. TCTTLE. Agent,
ap7-c3OB-lm Foot ot State street. Chicago.
THE N ORTHERN- TRANSPOR
TATION company of Ohio will, the ensiling sea.
»on of navigation, ran their well known Line of flm
fi“i B £ r iT ew £ tt r ,m ? n '. tri-weekly between Chicagoand
O-dcnsbarph, landing at Mllwankee Jlacklaae. Do- I
trolt, Oswego and Cape Vincent, connecting *
AT OGpENSBUBCH
i!! l w 0 r or ! lien s»«road for Boston and all points
1“ A® * kntrlan-r Tin Vermont Central and Rutland
and Burlington routes.
AT CAPE VINCENT
Vith the Railroad Line to New York.
AT OSWEGO
tne J S^ w k 0 ! wetto J* ta ® of thirty-fire Canal Boats
daily between New York »nd Oswego.
J-l5 e offurda to shippers to and from Boston,
Interlf r New RnKlund and .ikt York, the advantage
of one transhipment, and for safe trenrportation of
ftelght and ptuseCgers It Is nnrlralled. v w °*
AGENTS.
7 stat<l street, Boston.
fc ?.. A 4 cor Hccsa, New York.
9tsL u^ E JVUJ^ e * ,rl street. New York.
OEO.A.MIDY, Ogdensburgh.
A. F,SMITH, Cape Vincent. -
CZIaS. ALLISON, Osweeo.
PELTON & BREED, Cleveland.
WALKER A HAYfvrt, Toledo.
E.K. MATHEWS, Detroit.
O. J. SALE, Milwaukee.
wlitoiS«'i,J/dS. S!eiser - lsen '' ar, ' d3or Mrtb «■
‘ N. J. HOWE,
aplfi2w^im nd Docks foot of J ' orth Lasallo street.
ichicinal.
Good News for the Unfortunate J
THE LONG SOUGHT FOR
Discovered at Last.
'cUREsV^
FROM
CHEROKEE REMEDY
AND
Cherokee Injection,
Compounded from Boots, Barks and leave*
CHEROKEE REMEDY, the great Indian Dluretle,
worea all oieeases of the urinary organs, snch as In
continence of the Urine, Inflammation of tbe Bladder
!t Is prepared la a highly concentrated form.
as^sas
of ,l tßorlß,nal P nrt tT and vigor; thus remortns
K“d disease “*“ perntcioas canseawhich havoln.
COEUpKEE INJECTION la Intended aa an
*, ~y? st 89l8tanl . 10 the UUEHOKEB REMEDY, and
should bo used in conjnctlon with that medicine In
CB9Cfl of Chronic Diseases. Floor Alons or Whites
Its effects are healing, soothing and demulceat-re.
moving all scpldloof dt»t an/p.“. l|?tMd oVf5
bmnfng and almost anendurable palnghat is eznerl.
enced wuh nearly all the cheap quack In(ncti^S!
. 08e OJ the i HEUOKfcE REAfsDY aad
yi F :^ OJEOTI °N—the two medicines at the
Improper dlachargrs are removed, and
" c tminy rsstored «»^
bfeSfe Cb “ 0 *' e E ' medr - w PWbotU., or Itm
U.BTS?fiSlS.'fi. k " lnJOCll ° n ’ W P* r tottto. or
Sent by Express to any address on receipt oi
Of’por ftiii particulars get onr pamphlet from any
drug store In the country, or write ns and we wifi
mall free to any address, a full treatise.
All snch orders must be s»nt to C. * ' r r\r\tr
go, onr General Agent ior »*— • —• COOK, CtUCft-
Sold bj all Dr-—' ■ -o 'Vest.
iiats everywhere.
a. COOK, Cuioaoo, General Agent for the
btatea of Illinois, lowa, Wisconsin, Michigan and In-
IcHtann,
Dr. W. S. MERWUI & C 0. f
Sols Fsopsistobs,
No 59 Liberty street, New York.
TEE GHEA.'r
INDIAN MEDICINE,
COHPOtTIVDID FROM
Roots, Harks and Leaveg,
Cherokee Cure I
nfalHag cur 9 for Seminal Weakness, Nocturnal
Emissions, and numerous diseases; such as Loss ol
Memory, Universal Lassitude. Pales In tbe Back.
f!iSonif. of^ S o n *^ CDa ‘*£« Age, WeakNeiwi
Si Breathing, Trembling, Waketalaesu
Eruptions on the Face, Pale Countenance losmltv
Consumption, and all the direful
by depanlngfroro thepatb of nature. vauseo
f3T This medicine Is a simple vegetable extract
and oneon which all can rel7,aslthas been used It
pur practice for many years, and with thousands
treated, it has not failed in a single Instance. Its cu
rativepowers have been sufficient to gain vlcton
over tbe mo«t stubborn case. . J
those who hare trifled with their constitu
tion, until they think themselves beyond tbe react
of medical aid, we wonld say. Despair sot! the
CHEROdEE tURE will restore you to health and
vigor, and after ail quack doctors bsve&Pedl
, t3T Price, ti per bottle, or three bottles for SS. and
forwarded by Expreisto all parts of tbe world.
_ Por lull particulars, get a Circular from an*
Prng Store In the country, or write to tbe Agent, wbc
will mall free to any one desiring the sameta full trea
tise In pamphlet form.
All such orders ronst bo sent to C, A. COOK. Chi.
cagn, our General Aeent lor the West.
Sold by all Druggists everywhere. ,
O. COOK,
CHICAGO,
General Apentforthe States of Illinois. lowa. Wla.
cousin, Michigan and Indiana. * ”**
DK. W. B. JlEßira & CO..
Sols Pbopbxstoiu,
Ko. 59 Liberty street. New York.
Sold &t Wholesale la Chicago by
FULLER, FINCH * FULLER. .LORD & SMITE.
BURNHAM & SMITH W, D. HARRIS A CO.
SMITH & DWYER H. SCOVILIT
J. ROEMiIELD. •
At retail hy all DrnggUts la tho city and throughout
the country. ]&3O-uS33-6tn-fIAT-Tr*Tn eov
Hitman frailty, or phy.
BIOLOGICAL RESEARCHES, should C* read
or everybody. It treats on, and shows how, the
evil results arising from early abuse and unhanni
contamination tea; be subverted, with a sure metcod
ot dispelling tba misgivings many experience fn eo>
tertue the marriage state. Soldo? Dn. H. A-BAS
SO W, im BleecSer street. New Tort. Price, tt
cents Hailed free everywhere. To be bad also of
H-SCOVLL, “6 Baodolpb street, Chicago, HL; also oi
oLMONFAN A COLBURN, corner and Wash*
Ingtoa itreets. Peoria, fll ddM-tgMv
jKobacSs g)totnaclj ISitlcrg.
/HREEJTBACKS ARE'GOOD,
U
BUT
ROBACK’S ARE BETTgft.”
Eoßack'a Stomach Bitters.
Boback’s Stomach Bitters.
Boback's Stomach Bitters.
For all Bilious Diseases.
The beat Tonic in the World,
The best Tonic in the World.
The best Tonic in the World,
The best Tonic in the World
DR. C. W. KOBACK, Proprietor, Gin. O
mhg-bTMy- T-rasals ’ *
VALUABLE BtfSIKESS
T PERTTFOB SALK.
t#omll ' eartconierof Randolph and Wa
feat onWabaah.SlK on Randolph. Caplti
location for a flrtVclaaa wholesale store. Tcrtfoc
.sale easy. k rt t
aoipa ■treats. (tit-ThUßi
JJOSTETTER’S
AND
s TOMACH
PROTECTIVE mm
SMALL COMPASS
ST o im: A. o
WHAT TEE BITTESS ARE,
A pure, dollgh tTnl Vegetable Ttntr^
To cheer the spirits and the nerves to
Protect the system from Miasma’s bane.
Boose torpid Nature, and the strength sustain.
JaJcee of plants, roots, barks, of virtues rare.
By cbemie art expressed with patient care.
And the mild spirit of the soundest ryo—
Forest of all diffusive stimclL
Digestion rallies, appetite revives,
The food assimilates, the patient thrives.
Dyspepsia vanishes with all its throes.
And peaceful sleep succeeds disturbed repoee.
The billions sufferer, languid, listless, pale,
Physicked for years, perhaps, without avaQ,
Finds In the BITTERS all he or needs.
And Uvea to smile at doctors and their creeds.
Relaxed, constricted, or the seat of pain
These organs should not, for one day, remain
The cause of each extreme you can expel—
The Bitters tone and regulate so well.
EFFECT ON THE DEBILITATED.
Ihe flaccid muscles firmness soon acquire.
The frame gains flesh, the eye resumes its firs;
Strength to tbo limbs, hope to the heart returns,
TUI staff and crutch the convalescent spurn*.
The constitution tried by pain or care.
Or wUd Indulgence, is not past repair;
This genial Tonic, os the healthful dews
Quicken parched herbs. Us wasted power renew*
Damp, cold, exposure to malarious fog;
Bring on of (Us a fearful catalogue;
But Intermlttants. whatso'er their
Hostetler's Bitten scatter to the wind.
W TO >
iTHffili
ft DAYS >
This torment dire, that all enjoyment mtw,
Yields not to pungent scents or drastic pQl*,
Tie from the stomach that It takes its rise;
Tone with the Bitten, and the aogniah ei^.
Without due nourishment life’s pulses wane.
The blood grows thin and dullness clouds the brats
Bat this Elixir sets the system right,
A Good Digestion waits on Appetite.”
TBS BITTERS AFTER SICKNESS.
Exhausting fever leaves its victims low.
And, unassisted. Health’s return Is slow;
Then with the Bitters weakened Nature aid,
for in each drop vitality’s conveyed.
AS A GENERAL FI
By night and day, on river, sea, or
In Instant pern of disease we stand; '
But Its dread arrows harmless seem to glide
Fast all with t£la Invlgorant
Roam through the world, through every climate range
Here Is the antidote ’gainst every change;
Water Impure It tempers, inures
to all hardships in all temperatures.
Who has not felt how feebly words essay
Tbe qualms one feels on shipboard to portray ?
Bread them no Core devoid Neptune’s power.
The Bitters core the nausea in an hour.
AN UNADULTERATED TONIC.
Of ?11 the Uqudrs pul? 8 across the sea
Not that—from acrid poison's frei.
These Bitters stand *mid stimulants alone,
Fowcrlcai to Irritate, though prompt to
Remember, too, aperient root and herb
Are blent with those that relaxation curb
In this rare mixture; give this fret duo weigh*
That while the Bitters lone, they regnlate.
A GENTLE CORRECTIV3.
If on the stomach food to add turns,
And pungent gas the Inner membrane burns.
This grand corrective soon removes the ham,
And from the heartburn frees the <»*»»» man.
A SAFE AND GENTLE ANODYNE.
Why not with an the opiates dispense,
That shakes tbe nerves and paralyze the
When these rare Bitters soothe both mind and frame
Inviting both to yield to slumber’s claim?
THE WORLD’S OPINION.
Touching the BITTERS this grand fret la dear
Their frmc fills an the Western Hemisphere,
Known In all lands, washed by Its oceans twain,
Hsmn, Hors nn> Yigos followln their tram.
HOSTS TTKR’S BITTERS share the common fats
Of all tilings pood. Impostors Imitate.
Of these beware. Discreetly use your eye*.
From honest booses purchase your supplies.
CAUTION.
the GOYHEnnarr xxdobseusbt.
In order to guard against dangerous impositions, tin
public are requested to take especial note of the beau
tlfnlly engraved proprietory stamp t through which tht
Government of the United States officially authent
cates every bottle of HOSTETTEE*S BITTERS. Thh
shield, thrown by the Government over the proprietor!
and the pobllc for their Joint protection. Is placed coo
splcuoudy across the cork and over the neck of eacl
bottle, and cannot fail to strike the eye of the mag!
PIW !!*1 cl'eerver. Bo thing that purports to be HOf
TETTER’S BITTERS can be genuine unless the a tarn)
js there.
It is also prCP 67 to s^ te the BITTEBS are sob
exclusively in glass, and neveffinder sny circumstance
by the gallon or the barrel. Impostors and
are abroad, and the only safeguard the public ban
against them Is to see that the Bitters they buy bea;
the engraved label and note of hand of Messrs. Bos
tetter * smith, and the stamp above mentione£
FREPABSD ABD SOLD BT
HOSTETTER & SMITH
PITTSBtTRS, I»A.
DEUGGISTS, GEOGEES &
STOEEKEEPEES
Throughout the World.
mM'VSQ-ftn-'tß
IBostettcr's Clttcrs
CELEBRATED
BITTERS.
GREAT TRUTHS
HOSTETTER’S
BITTERS.
THEIR INGREDIENTS.
RESULTS OF THE IE USE.
EFFECTS OH THE LIVER.
OPERATION ON THE DOWELS.
BROKEN CONSTITUTIONS*
CHILLS AND FEVER.
SICK HEADACHE.
WANT OP APPBTTTH.
impure WATER, *o.
SEA SICKNESS,
A MILD APERIENT.
FOE SALE BY
Constffutfon ffJKator
fOXSTITITICS WATER.
Tbe Great Remedy for tbe
CONSTITUTION!
ASD THB CULT KNOIVB EKMEDr FOB
Diabetes, and Diseases of
the Kidneys and Bladder.
Constitution Water
67 ttar PacnHy. tad
»bo labile, to be tbe nose vooderfnl rtmedr Jot
oftUl diseases°f the Stom!v&;Llrer!
offered Bladder “ d Womb, that has ever beect
It la not ft Medical water. It Is from emeries**
chat Constitution Water hoa emanated. om?we now
say let no man doubt when & single bottle has bna
fenpwn to cure diseases which the best medical taler*
.In this country baa failed to relieve. > taiens
A remedy possessing the Tlrinea of Constitution
Water cannot be classed under “ quack” preparations
160 most (dentine nrillE c „“
this city. It to only second clnss physTcisns t&nt erv
SSrSPSSytf MUI ? I wblle ,b o better ttUMmS
use oi every means to accomplish a euro* ami th*
f 78 { c 1 “V 1 cre asca mMs knowledge of
e “ 3ble9 Mm to prodace a cui£
wlfb thSm£ U ta tte • ttetnpt * SMeoco Is satisflad
Give Constitution Water a fllr trtat-we mean to*
who are under some specialist* care from rear to
year, and we particularly allude to ladles who ara
constantly resorting to local treatmant and all aorta
of local applications for diseases, with as much chanca
** £h®r® be from local application*
to the throat for diseases of the brain.
t£ w * J S. been S"® 1 * 1 to ow language in our
circular that could not shock the most delicate ortant
canon, out we receive so many communications from
persons for which Constitution Water Is adapted, m 3
of whose disease no mention has been made that
hajecometo the eonclnalon thatll the remedy is c*.
PJ*"*ICttrs* 1 Cttr s* *»om»tter what the dlseaso
may be. It should "be made known. The medicine la
public, and there should beuoezoep.
We would say. Constitution Water la not like a eild
sdpin,made to salt the eye and taste; it Isanndl*
cine In every sense of the term, placed In the handaof
Rf op I? * Et * *t taken according to
toe dlrmions. twUl In every ease produce a radlcS
SPf7* . We would say that th* directions in regard to
relate only to this disease under which char
DIABETES
of tt .® Stomach and Liver, actmnhronga
the Kidneys, and is, without doubt, the most obstinate
disease,exceptConsumption, that affects the bnma*
.?? ?* Te o° B P»ce for discussing causes,
tb , at of the disease lathe coo?
Ir ?nS^iw^? Urchjr P rin v clple tor vegetable portion
of the food) Into sugar, which stimulates the kidneys
i?«A5i£K5SS! e^? ecretlo, l of water * Many person*
Buffer Crum this disease who are Ignorant of It* »>«*
pass large quantities daring the day, and are
obUged to get npfruoi one to fifteen or twenty time*
goring the night. No notice Is take* of it until their
. attention is called to the large discharge of water, and
otten when It Is so Car advanced aa to be beyond tha
control of ordinary remedies. Another sympton »*
«*£*!*?* wy.cb, whtsn the disease Is folly ©stab-
Ushecl, Ls lntolerable-tpe patient drinks constantly,
without being satisfied; also dryness of the month!
cracking of the Una, a sweet breath. In the more ad!
vanced cases, and Anally lose of appetite, emaciation.
and the patient gradually sink* from exhaustion.
CONSTITUTION WATER
la without doubtthe only knownremedyforuiauwm
““.w® b iV Te . M pochcpnfldence that It U a specific a*
aaw that trhl.°?. 1,11 2 1 * wIU Produce sleep, and truthfully
S^d7* tllhaa caie<l every casein which It ha* been
Stone In lie Bladder, Calculus,
Grarcl, Brick Dost Deposit, *
and Mucous or Milky
Discharges after
Urinating.
Disease occurring from one and the same cause wfll
Co “ sUrau ““ WaufflSSg
lii Dysmenorrhea, ®r Pa Info] Menstruation*
and Menorrhagia, or Profuse Rowing.
mS?Si5i? e 5 e % Brtetß S * rom a malty secretion of the
fljU4-ln the one case being too Utile, and
accompanied by a severe pain, and the other a too oro.
CcMtlmFonTf.'"' 11 *“ 68 B P eetll^y cored b/tha
JR&PfS* 8 * »■ FALLING OP THE WOMB,
which U the result of a relaxation of the Ugamenlsof
‘£al° r S an . vndls known by a sense of heaviness sod
dragging pains In the bach and sides, and at times ac
by >karp lanclnatmg or shooting pain*
medfcme? 0 parts * ki all cases, be removed bytbe
There la another class of symptoms arlslnz from
{MUTATION OF THE WOi&. which
Hejvoasneas, which word covers np much Ignorance,
and In nine cases out often, the doctor docs not realty
Snow whether the symptoms are the disease, or the
disease the symptoms. We can only eanmerate them
here. I sneak more particularly of Cold Feet. Palpi'*.
Uon of the Heart, Impaired Memory, Wakelhlcese.
Flashes of Heat. Languor, Lassitude; and Blum easy
SUPPRESSED MEMST2UATIOH,
Which In the unmarried female is a constant recurs
ring disease, and through neglect the seeds of more
grave and dangerous maladies are the resnlt: and as
month alter month passes without an effort
made to assist nature, the suppression becomes chron
ic, the patient gradually losesher appetite, tbe bowels
are constipated, night sweats come on. and Coxsnvzw
<rto3f Anally tads her career.
Irritation of the Neck of the Bladder, inflam
station of the Kidnf/s, Catarrh
the Bladder, Strangnary and
Bonds?, or Palnfol
Urinating, - -
. For these diseases It is trnlv a immr.i ...
too much cannot be sSSIo \tPSSSS? A ren } ors 7*
bcm '“"’TO to relieve the mSSWeat
Are you troubled with that distressing pain In tha
small of the hack and through the hips ? Weasoooo
tola day of Constitution Water will relieve
* PHYSICUi>S
onlj use them for the ml of . belt™remlS^T 1
CONSTITUTION WAT£II
o£alt. rOTed «l“> to the huh that hu devolved
DIURETICS
Irritate and drench the kidneys, and by constant nu
»oe le«l to chronic deneiicmlon end CuSm S
Read! Read!! Read!!!
Dumm. June Z. 13*.
1)8, Wk. H. Gbi#6—Dear Sir: In Febrnarr iwn t
VP cUab€lea . and
I passed more than two gallons of water in £entw*
lour hours. I was obliged to get op as often as ten m*
twelve limes daring the nlghtfaad*ln fIM
lost aboutflfty pounds In weight Darlog°thS month
I urocured two bolUes orConstltadoS
Water, and in two days after using It I
relief and alter taking two boftlw I wSSZatSS*
cured—scon^sfWrjoining my
BOCTOff COBMBBB, N. y„ Dec. ?r, ISO.
H.Goh*o * CO~
derZ whofo the kJ lhon **
T? n of *» Heart, atuadS! wub ll Kj{ffis% T w 2?
wiSS StililS r n,°“r of
who attended her for about.nme months, and trhull
was emder Ma care she diet no; saffer m
mnch pain. He finally gate her op, andwid 4wcaa«
was Incurable. For,’’said he, each a coSI
blnatlon of complaints that medicine given lor one
operates against some other of her dlfflcoltlM.” IbSSt
this time she commenced the use of Constitution
Water, and to our otter astonishment almost the fin*
dose seemed to haveithe desired effect, and she kcot
rapidly under Its treaWnt, and now
superintends entirely her domestic affaire. sSii n j?Ji
not t.teDWiy of the ConsUtnUon
fonr w-cti. nail we are happy to My Ui»t It nS2
j an pro.
Wa. H. Vam Bnarmvwv.
WxxTßthaimD* March ?, lag.
DB.W.H.6uoa;
•Otutton^atcr^LESL 7 of Com
theKldner*ftns’rSsSS mfea s for HiflammatlonS
S||J^S,«ss»v®g.
wag Induced to try your medicine, r mocrmSi
ton* of JOW agents at Hartford. Mewra
* Co~ ana when I had used bailor ik to mTnmJSf!?*
found a great ehaiure In mv hp.i,h i y iT. T surprise*
bottles
my life: well, and In eoodsnlritL
my gratitude for It; I feel fcft It I* affiS
you recommend It to be. May the bISi?*S«S
everattendyoulnyourlaborsdfW, “ QoA
lours, truly, Lmomamd B.Biauow.
THESE ARE FACTS ENflilSH.
We present the ConstttntloQ Water to the pnbtt*
with the conviction that it has no equal In relieving
the class of diseases for which It has been found so
eminently successful tor curing; and we trust that we
shall be rewarded fbr our efibris in placing so value,
ble a remedy in * fens to msec the requirements of
pattecS and physielaa.
FOB AIE BY AU DEUGGISTI
PRICK, 81-00.
WBL tt GREGG&CO., Proprietors.
Morgan £ Allen, General Agent*.
Ke. 40 O. Ur Street, New Tark.
For sale la Chicago hy FULLXB. FSHBCH * F UXfl
LEHeSMITHADWghB, WRIGHT* rKJJtCH e l( g
u.aatiTn. usMijiM!■ Illif

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