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CHICAGO TRIBUNE
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WEDKESDAT, JUKE 22, 1861
tbe news.
f At present writing (2 a. m.) we are with
■out farther official advices from Secretary
Stanton, In whose bulletins of war operations
the public have come to repose not unde
served confidence. The advices through
private news channels comprise tbe opera
lions of Sunday before Petersburg, revealing
no marked change In the situation or rela
tive position. Everything seems preparing
for the momentous struggle on which will
Jjnng the late of the rebel capital, and if that
Xsllfi, the fate of the Confederacy. The task
Bet before Grant Is the gravest of the war.
Chicago readers do cot need to bo informed
tbat there ore occasions when a timid Be
publican is os harmful to the cause of loy
alty 06 the worst copperhead. Through tbe
co-operation of these two classes in Con
gress, the measure to repeal the commuta
tion clause will fail, and we ehall have no
available law of draft. The Trzbusb has
Been persistent and outspoken in its warn
ings of danger to our cause from lock of
men, and this evil is certain to be continued
from lack of manhood in the representatives
of the people. We fear that a few months
hence tbe eyes of the blindest will be opened,
arO all will see clearly the necessity, save
Ibof-e who have fixed their eyes southward,
and look in no other direction.
The Senate yesterday passed tbe bill for
aiding tbe great International Telegraph
measure by a liberal grant, and subsidy. Tbe
people will endorse tbelr action. It is one
oi the noblest enterprises of tbe age.
Our news from Sherman’s army, com
prised in the letters of our own correspond
ent at that theatre of war, is to the 13th
snst., and of tbe most interesting and im
portant character, giving a graphic and life
like narrative of army incidents, camp
scenes, end the general situation.
Anniversary week at Bloomington opens
to-day, a great and interesting occasion for
the pretty University city of the Prairie
State.
"Well done lowa. Onr sister over the Mis
clsslppl never does things by halves, and the
Northern lowa Sanitary Fair that opened
yesterday at Dnbnque, not only promises
great things, but has realized them in SIS,OOD
receipts on the first day, with a magnificent
Bales list offered.
Gold cast off the linos yesterday and went
up until the beads of some of the lookers on
got dizzy. The most extravagant rumors
'Were afloat. It was said that gold was 210,
215, and some asserted that Just round the
corner a man had told them that 220 had
fcetn reached. Not so. The highest figure
reported is 205, and this quotation is proha
lily based on only light transactions. There
liavc been heavy bets made that gold would
go above 200 before the Ist of July, and it
ias done so. It is a gambler’s stroke, and
copperhead gamblers at that, who could as
easily have put it at 225.
The general produce markets here were
again excited yesterday, and prices closed in
the evening at a further advance of 12ai4c
per bushel on wheat, 7<S7#c on corn, BJ£@4c
on oats, oconrye,[email protected] The
whisky market was excited and irregular,
advancing at one time 6c per gallon, and
afterwards declining to its opening price.
The sales yesterday foot up about 5,000 brls
flour, 9,000 brls whisky, 600,000 bushels
wheat, 500,000 bushels corn, and 350,000
bushels oats.
During the week ending noon yesterday,
prices advanced Co®7o on flour, 25&30 c on
wheat, s(&7Jtfc on corn. Sc on oats, and 28Sb
29c on whisky—and the sales daring the
came period amounted to abont2S,ooo bar
rels flour, 3,000,000 bushels wheat, 1,500,000
bushels corn, 525,000 bushels oats, and 41,400
barrels whisky. This is the heaviest week’s
business ever before done in any city in the
West.
TIUB PUBLIC DEBT.
According to tLe official statement of Sec*
rotary Chose, given in our last issue, the
public debt at this time is precisely $1,719,-
295.1C8.55, or in round numbers a little over
Sxvextekx Bwndked Milxjoks. Cat the
figure out and paste it In your hat, or In
some other way keep it handy for reference.
It ■will enable you to correct the favorite
Copperhead falsehood that it is a much lar
ger suin'; sometimes stated ns high as four
thousand millions. Remember the precise
figure, and then, large as it is, recollect that
It s fox than iialf the public debt of Great
Britain. The comparison should be careful
ly borne in mind. It will be an admirable
copcctlve of mistaken ideas on this point.
We ore a young and growing nation. The
inen aec of onr national wealth, as shown by
lli<> lust Ccnsns Reports,-was, from 1840 to
IK*O, C 4 percent, or from $3,754 000,000 to
55,174.000,000; and from ISSO to 1860, 127
percent, or np to $14,153,000,000, Mark
Ibis. The sum we owe is only IS per cent of
property of the country, a ratio that will
Btmdlly diminish in each year of peaceful
nutionel existence, under the restored Union.
It is quite different with the business liabiil
li-h of the young and prosperous firm, and
the debtd of an aid house whose prosperity
hes culminated. Meet any croaker on the
crisis, who exaggerates or gives undue
weight to the actual figures of the war debt
wit.ii this view of the case, and face bim
down with the facts as they are.
I We might go further and deny all right to
the truly patriotic, oi counting the cost in
Buying this nation. Economy in public ex
penditure is one thing, but no witholding
of finances or of credit should peril the
cause. Do yon dismiss your family physi
cian when bis patient has long bung between
life and death, and becanse,on the whole,you
cannot afford Lis visits 1* Do yon sit shiver
ing in midwinter over your hoards, frighten
cu by the price of fuel ? When you, do your
neighbors will coll you miserly, and pity
your households. And when you reproduce
the same follyioyonr views of tbe present
war expenditures, we fear yon ore to be called
by a meaner term even—Copperhead.
“ Bui posterity will h&vc all this to pay.”
True, but there are other payments that can
pot so conveniently he postponed for pos
terity. Witness the blood that is being
poured ont to save tbe nation. The hearts
Ululate yielding up their best treasures to
Bc.diir graves; tbe lost fathers, brothers and
Bone; the maimed and crippled heroes that
come home to ns. None of these will befol
po.-.ti :ity. And through these we slialleave
tbe nation in this, our day.
Our descendants will find only old battle
fields sown with rusted Iron, old linos ol for
tifications long silent, with rabbits burrow
ing in the rampart, and tbe partridge leading
her brood through tbe balf-oblilcratcd trench.
And the scars in onr homes will have been
kindly healed, or only live as hallowed mem
ories. Will posterity find fault if their lesser
share comes down in a public debt, lightly
laid ou the shoulders of a nation prosperous
and flourishing then because we save It now?
Only a Copperhead’s descendants would
grumble at such a cause, and os Copperheads
will Lave only an infamous place in history
tbtir children will be extremely careful how
lb - y thus betray their lineage. Let ns save
the notion, cost what it may. It Is worth
caving, even at ten times the cost yet accrued
Auhora Institute CosnuENCEMENT,—The
anniversary exercises of Clark Seminary, at
Anrorr, will be held June 28th, 29th and
COlh. Class examinations, 2Sth and 29th*
Students’ exhibition, 30tb; and the Literary
Society addresses on the evenings of the2Sth
and 20th. Rev. J. H. Vincent, of Rockford,
will address the Young Men’s Society. Rev.
Dr. Everts, of Chicago, is expected to ad
■drues the Ladies’ Society.
FROM CAIRO AND BELOW.
Ctu, \r*fcliburne to the Citizens or
Jncmphls.
Cairo. June 21, —Gen. Washburne, Com
mander Department of West Tennessee, has
declared, in answer to a communication ofin
quin- from Mayor Parks, that owing to
the disloyal character of the nrcsent city gov
ernment of Memphis, as well as its utter in
efficiency in tbe management of city affairs,
hu is compelled to announce that in the event
01 tbu election of the present Mayor, it l«
the intention of tbc military authorities to
take charge of tbe mnniclpal department of
Memphis.
.The General expresses the hopp that the
citizens, of Memphis, by electing a ticket
friendly to the Government, the 1 United
States may relieve him from the duty o! In
terfering. but expresses the determination
that while be commands there be no
mna l c lpal government within his ju
risdiction.
VOLUME xvn.
THE WAR IN GEORGIA.
HELD 50TES OF SIIEEJII.VS OPEBiTIOSS
—THE SimTlOß BEFORE HIEIETFI
—FOBBEU Bcaoas COBBECIED.
Onr Amy—lts Communic itions—lts
Morale—A Rebel Letter—Rebel
Plans—Amy Changes.
[From Oar Own Correspondent ]
Is Camp sean Marietta, G Jnne 12,18 M.
Os the morning of the 10th the army of the'
Misdeelppi moved Soothward. Its position at
that time was os stated In my letter from Acworth.
The right lay across the road from Burnt Btkory
to Marietta, and some three miles north of Lost
Mountain, the same position that Johnston’s left
occupied, and the left at Ackworth, covering the
railroad. Gen. Schofield had the right, Thomas
tbe centre, and McPherson tbe left. Johnston’s
army, which bsdbeen compelled by the movement
of the whole right wing and right centre to the ex
treme left, to leave its position in the Dallas
range was not in onr immediate front.
A reconnolssance in force, made from the left
wing, by the 2d cavalry division. Gen. Garrard, on
tbe tth, fonnd the rebel advance some six miles
north of Marietta. Other rcconnolssances from
tbe centre and left discovered substantially the
same rebel position. Snch at least seemed, and
was belicven to be, the position to those in the
field.
TUB VERACIOUS PRE- a fl.
A mail, however, which arrived late In tbe day
before we moved, brought Cincinnati and New
York papers of recent dates, which stated mo«t
eolemnlr that Thomas had captured Marietta—
rannm, small arms and prisoners—that McPher
son had the bndse across the Chattahoochee, and
Atlanta wonld be ours on the Sunday which sne
ceedeo tbe New York World of Jnne the 3d Inst.
With a field-glass one could see from Loran’s
headquarters tbe rebels working like beavers with
spades and axes on tbe elopes of Lost Mountain *
the same defensive spectacle waa “visible to the
naked eye” from Schofield's. Scouts and cavalry
by a fiction of tbe regulars. 44 the eyes and oars of
tbe army,” all agreed In the same general reports
of tbe rebel location. Sherman and McPherson
and Locan were all at Ackworth; tbe grand army
was only waiting lor rations that it might move.
And as we read these reliable sheets, ambulances
loaded with wounded from tbe front drove by •
soldiers were hurrying with short letters for the
mail to headquarters, and orderlies carry!*" or
ders to move at eborp six upon the enemy were
homing Adjutant Generals tnroagh the camp.
It was a strongs situation; every evidence abont
vonwhsof an impending battle, every prepara
tion was Indicative of it. Could all this be ahal-
Indnatlon f Was tbe Grand Army wrong * tbe
World and its Cincinnati iellow light J Appear
ances by axiom are deceptive, 44 and things ore
not what they seem. 1 ’ Nevertheless the armv
t_-.-ched in battle order, skirmishers formed,
ridettes and afterwards skirmishers, 'musketry
«as beard along the whole front, batteries lifted
up their voices, end towards mpht long lines of
earthworks rebels alarms were found along
our whole front. The place had not the‘lightest
resemblance to the Marietta we had anticipated.
Reputable maps and indigenous dtlzecs asserted
that Marietta was still six miles south: a conside
rable army was dlennting over night to occupy
and possess the aforesaid Marietta. To increase
the doubts as to onr whereabouts, in tbe midst of
onr second day’s operations, the Gazette ofCln
camati comes down giving 101 l details of the pe
culiar right aniled maneuvers by which on May
80th Marietta was occupied by this army, illus
trated by hues and ru.es. Still I venture the as
sertion,—ln fact “tay.U boldly,”—we are not In
Marietta.
HOW WE BROKE CXSTP.
To return to my narrative. At 6in the morning
of the juih, the army broke camp snd moved folv
ward. It had already drawn supplies from Car
tertville. to which point they were brought by rail
road, and we were well provisioned in all respects.
The sick and wounded were all left la the hospi
husat Aekworth, and the army was in as rood a
condition to move as possible for an army so tat
from its main depots. J
THE POSITION OP TUB EVENT. •
The position of tho enemy was along a range of
mils exteuding from the Lost Honn tain to Kene
taw Mountain, in a southwesterly coarse. Eene
taw Mountain Is north of Marietta about fonr
roll». and at the railroad n l» high and steep, and
heavily weeded, as are all the elevations in the
enemy’s line.
ocb rorzarrKT.
The movement was by heads of column, all the
available roads being need. Each head of column
bad with it a battery of heavy rifles, and the banks
were well covered with cavalry. The coon try
through which the left wing moved was much bet
ter than that about Pallas, in which It had been
It la more open, lets hilly, and more arable.
NOTES or OITB eCBBOCBDIKOS.
Swrdof'the plantations have been well fenced
and cultivated, and quite productive. I Inquired
ofthe owner of the best plantation on that day’s
march, ae to the value efreal estate in the vicini
ty. Be stated that beiore the war It was held very
high—*’ from, ten to twet ty dollars an acre, hut
now yon con boy it lor most any money.”
THE mix OPENS,
At Big Shanty, a railroad station between Ac
worth and Marietta, theenemy was found and a
pretty heavy line of skirmishers was readily driven,
by Smith’s division, over a hill and into the woods
at its bottom. Tue resistance of the rebels was
flight, and resulted In few casoaltice. They were
in sufficient numbers and the advance was pn«hcd
well up, so far as to develop the lict that we had
again lonnd Johnston’s army.
JOHNSTON'S STBOKO POSITION,
Johnston has a good position. Between the
r:cge which we occupied and intrenched oa ibo
nigniol the loth, and the range of hills which he
bolds. Is a timbered bottom with occasional open
ings, varying in width from a mile to a mile and
three-fourths. At the foot of the Kenesaw «oac
•ains there is a small stream—.Noonday Creek—
along the bate of the mountain and* the range of
hJJs the rebels hare a heavy line of fortifications •
tore© fourths of a mile in front of It ther have a
line of rifle-pits and breast works The lines
were ycr terday were within six hundred yards of
each other. Such is the ceneral position.
Soon after mid-diy ot the tenth a heavy thunder
B‘jower came np. the rain falling In torrents. Bor
ran the night, all day yesterday, and so far to-day
n hu been very stormy. In such a'etorm no ataacs
has been made. The army, however, is under
•. rdera, and may make a demonstration in time to
Lddapo»tcrlpttothis dispatch. It is a gloomy
miserable day—every Dody and everthin~ wet—ad
• o« lend mod. and toe inclinations of officers and
men not at all warlike. Predictions would be vain
for tbo telegraph or some Major Hopkins, will In
foim jon before this can of the next few days.
TUB BITCATIOX OX BXTUHDAT, Jim.
Yesterday afternoon, the one j familiar whittle
of a locomotive announce a train from the North.
CoL Wright, Gen. Sherdan’s Engineer of Mil
iary Railroad, had finished the A 1 atoam bri I-e.
aud was np to the front with his trains. Shpuifea
are thus brought by rril to the army. Too ma'-h
crdlt cenmt neglvctt to Col. Wright to* en
emy and ability with which he has rebailt the
i rirtges and repaired ihe track of the railroad
ciony which we have been moving.
orn eupruKS.
The coontry thronch which oar army has cam
paigned, has not been able to enbalai either men
•t the animal*. Partly grown wheat I s the prin
cipal crop found in the fields, of wnich the ant
ntaiv raneat but little. No erase is grown In the
country, and the old «orn and blades which the
natives uee for •* roughness,” has been nearly all
tsed. As forlreadfttnffjthcrehaenot been found
enough for tbo inhabitants, who have remained
at home. The tray, therefore, have been com
piled to rely nron it- trains for subsistence for
the men and forage for tfce animals. It nas been
well ana amply supplied at all times. Much of
the credit which Is doe for the rapid aud success
nil campakn which had so far been made Into
liiccie i»(or;Ti, is due to the promptness and
abJliy oi Col. Wright.
AX ITE2I rSOX THE REBEL t.tvtm
80-crtere In m Hood’s Corps, who cims In to
Get. Bodge, las-t night, relate an emuain- acme
In the rel«i camp yesterday. During thoafternoon,
by order ol Gen. Johu&ton, the commanders of
MVisiuns addressed their troops in relation to
their prj«ebt position, and the probably impend
ing battle. Johnston himself published an order
in relation to the subject which was read to them.
It was stated to the troops that Sherman had
brought his army so far South that bis tine of sup
plies was longer than heoouldho'd: that he was
too far Irom hie base—jnet where their command
ing oenend wished to getblm; tbatapart ol their
«nny wosd hold tho railroad, thirty miles north
of the Eiowbh, and that the great railroad bridge
at Allaloona bad been completely destroyed * that
in a tew days Sherman would be ont of supplies
because he could h.lng no more trains through
by the railroad. They were urged to maintain a
bold front, and in a few days the Yankees would
be forced to retreat. In the meantime, Colonel
Wright, luring reported to headquarters, accom
panied by Co*. Ewing and Major Macor, of Gen
Sherman’s staff, ana Col. J. Aveilt Smith, Chief
of the Department of Tennessee,
inn bis locomotive op to the advance Hoc of skir
mishers, ard gave an immense, long, voclfcross
whistle. By a singnl.ir concurrence of events.
Col, Wri.ht’s locomotive whistled within a third
cf a mile of tho rebel lines just at the close of the
harangue to the tro ps The effect can easily be
imagined. The illustration was so apt—the com
mentary so appropriate—that it was appreciated
uv the inftMit. “ Bally for the base of supplies I”
•• Bully for the longllne I” 4 ‘Toree cheers for the
big bridge I” “Gere’e your Yankee carsl”
** There’s bhcrmon’e rations j” Bedlam was loose
along their line for a short time.
LATER.
Moxdat, Jane 18,1884. '
THE BTOEX COXTZKCXB.
The storm which was making all things wet
and every one uncomfortable still continues, with
this ellght variation, that whereas yesterday and
the day before, it was a succession of showers
with occasional openings of sunshine, last night
and all the morning it has been a continual storm.
Tbc wind has blown npon ns -from the east and it
lan been quite cold. Tie troops in the front huye
teen mcomlonablo—mffered, yonr renders at
home would say.
_ oxr view or rut wmsKr quzsrzox.
In exposure to such weather the soldierbecomes
ißtallct, That article is
m .'v, ti ' necas.at.of:
life, and, therefore, is not carted on enchant
palgns this arm; 1* msOans Whim »n
nnder Shcnnsn is to
order,** experienced officers esttaste
Sara
< rr.7d h^SXeS^ o „!S
rnocb required snd sli els, t,
ordlnsnce and medial stores. Dence. whSf
tabooed, axepl in tuatjuarlar train,.
ectUed that m celt .weather a, we arc now exp”“
ondng, and in cases of excessive fatlnne. whisht
te preacrraUon of the health of the man and
when It can be obtained ills Issued to them, it
mnst not be understood that each soldier receive,
all that he can drink, or enough to Intonate.
The ratton,whtch Is a halfqtllorwhlakr, 1, 1,,--,
to the proper officers and bj them dletribSed
amour the men. Among the advantage, SvilS
from the railroad connection with “ eod’aSmS
tw, * as the eoldicrscall the North, te the arrival
of enough to jive them all “ the ratten.” 1
TUB kkext’s dexomstbatiox.
Towards night the rebels made same hostile de-'
xnoußtrarions on Qersbom’s division of the 17lh
corpe. Mao covering somewhat as if tberwoDld
like to tom our riahL The oli Me alliaror batterr
of twenty-four pounder howitzers fired a few
shots—aiUUe skirmishing rattled and the thing
ended. ApprerendlnCan assault at daylight Lo
pan strengthened bis front with Moreen L.
Smith’s division. At day-break In a Baskin*
rain, every one stood to arms bat no enemy
came. They had intended an attack, bat it was
perhaps postponed on account of the weather.”
AotwfttPtandmgtbe weather much has been ac
compllehed in tne details which precede eTent*.
which we are permitted to record.
THE 3COBOAK RAH).
The recent rebel expedition Into KcntnciT ren
tea a portion of the letter which was handed me
the other day. Interesting, Itieat least amreort
brethren. Premising that
the letter from which the following paeeaaea are
quoted, was addressed by a young man to hk<
uther. a gentleman of wealth and influence,
wnoee summer residence was on onr route south
ward;
REBEL PLANS REVEALED.
General Hospital No. 2, i
, . , -Richmond, Va., Jan. 21,1884. f
* ... I took dinner yesterday with
met Hr. Cnllen. Meal
cal Director of Gen. Longstreet’s Corps. lie gsve
°Pt^ on that that Corps would remain in
l..l?«S 8 5k t J ,<^ t * ondQr * nc tbe winter, and early
nass In tbe Soring to Kentucky through Cnmber
hind Gap. Gene. BueJmtr and BrecHnridje in a
him that Kentucky teat
still fuilqf precisions. Snch a movement if made
mnstnecessarily cause the army abont Chatta
nooga to retreat, and this would give Johnston a
£s“J* to follow, clearing East Tennessee and
Northern Georgia. I thins the Government feels
the necessity el some forward action to discover
the plans of tbs enemy for the Summer campaign.
He also mentioned that he thought tbe war most
close with this campaign,
1 mentioned, I think, in a former letter that onr
Government whs sending Its representatives to tiie
Conrt of Maxlmlllian to recognize that Govern
ment. The parties have, or soon will leave. lor
Mexico. It seems that the plan to liberate the
Johnson Island iqf Sandusky) prisoners had a real
existence . I recently met an acquaintance who has
jnst returned from that expedition.
• • * • • • « •
(Signed) Geo. T. Baxnslet.
CONGRESSIONAL.
MondaiU Proceedings Concluded.
WAsnxNQTON, Monday, June 21.
SENATE.
Mr. TEN EYCK, of New* Jersey, offered
an amendment providing that where a non
commissioned officer or private shall be dls
charged by reason of’injuriea received lathe
line of dnty,be shall receive the suoe bounty
and pay as a soldier wounded on the battle
field.
Mr. HENDRICKS, of Indiana, moved far
ther to amend by Inserting, soldiers dis
abled by disease or other causes. The
amendment to the amendment was adopted
and the amendment prevailed.
Mr. GRIMES, of lowa, then moved that
tbe bill be re-committed to the Military
Committee, which was c srried. The Senate
went into executive session and adjourned.
Yesterday’s Proceedings.
SENATE.
Washington, Tuesday. June 31.
Mr. HALE, of N, H., reported, without
amendment, the House joint resolution, an*
tborlzing the Secretary of the Navy to amend
the contract with John Ericcsou lor the con
struction of the two floating batteries. Dic
tator and Puritan. *
Mr. POMEROY, of Kansas, reported, with
out amendment, the bill to secure to persons
in the military and naval service of the United
States homesteads on forfeited estates in the
insurrectionary districts.
Mr. LAKE, of Kansas, submitted a letter
from Mr. Fishback to Mr. Lane, protesting
ecalnst the charges of disloyalty against
him, and making averments of his entire
loyalty to the constitution and Government
ol the United States. Ordered to be printed.
Mr. CHANDLER, of Michigan, moved to
lake up the hill to encourage and facilitate
telegraphic communications between the
Eastern and Western Continents, and the
motion was agreed to.
Mr. GRIMES, of lowa, opposed the clause
granting a subsidy to the company of hall a
million of dollars. He wished it to be un
derstood that he was not opposed to the
grand object to he accomplished, bat he be
lieved it could he done by individual enter
prise without any subsidy on the part of the
United States Government This was not a
monopoly on the part of Mr. Collins partic
ularly, bnt on tb- part of the W. U. Tel.
Company. He did not believe it was neces
sary lor this Government to do more than
the British and Russian Governments had
done, via; To grant the right of way and
afford facilities for laying the wire. .
Mr. MORRILL, of Me., said tWa was a na
tional measure or great importance. If the
Western Union Telegraph Company choose
to. undertake and carry It through, what in
terest would be endangered by the Govern
ment aiding them to the limited extent re
quired. The lice would cost from five to
eight millions, or according to the Secre
tary, ten millions He did not believe there
was a man who would have denied the
American people this great boon of a tele
graphic “ girdle around the world.” This
would he one ot the great things in our his
tory. None would stand higher. Therefore
he lavored the proposition.
Mr. Collins had promptly received the
co operation of the English and Russian
Governments in this great enterprise, and
came here for onr aid, and we gravely de
bated the question of refusing ft, because
we could have such a thing done by some
one else who had taken advantage of his dis
coveries He thought the Government
could well afford to pay fifty thousand dol
lars per annum as a. subsidy for prompt
communication with the old world. He
opposed the amendment of Mr. Ten Eyck
slicing out the proviso iu the third section,
the words “fifteen years ’’and inserting
“ten years,” and also striking out one hum
en d thousand and inserting fifty thousand.
Mr, WILSON, of Mass., said be should
veto for this bill on general principles, be
lieving it would accomplish a grand object
As the representative ol a great manufactur
ing interest, he could do no less.
The amendment of Mr. Ten Eyck was then
rejected,'and the proviso stands as follows:
landed. That if during any of the fiitecn
years aforesaid, the business done for the
United States, under the said contract, shall,
at the ordinary rate of charge for private
messages, exceed the sum of SIOO,OOO, an ac
count thereof, duly authenticated, shall be
I resented to the Secretary of the Treasury,
who shall certify the same to Congress for
payment.
Instead of granting a quarter section of
land each fifteen miles, the United States
grants so much unappropriated public land
as is needed for stations, not to exceed for
ty acres for each fifteen miles of line. The
Secretary of the Navy is authorized to de
tail a steamer or other vessel to assist In
surveys and laying wires.
The subsidy or 50,030 dollars per year is
stricken ont The Secretary of War is au
thorized. but not directed, to use the avail
able military forces in the Territories to pro
tect the lines. It is made subject to the power
of the United States Government andopen
ol all times to the public and other tele
graph lines at regular charges. The rate of
regular charges shall not exceed the usual
j.verage rates in Europe and America for the
seme service or such as shall be fixed by
convention between the United States,
Russia and Great Britain.
Waf&isgtox, Tuesday, June 21,1 fifth
HOUSE.
Mr, SCHENCK, of Ohio, from the Com
mittee on Military Affairs, mode an adverse
report, which was laid on the table, on the
petition of certain citizens who. have been
confined in rebel prisons, asking that they
be allowed tbe same pay and rations as sol
diers of tbe U. S. army.
Mr. SCHENCK also reported a joint reso
lution for the relief oi Mary Kellogg, wile
of Spencer Kellogg, who was executed as a
spy by the rebel' authorities, provided his
name shall be placed on the list of officers
of the navy as 4th master, from Jane, 1863,
to Sept 1853, when he was executed, and
that his wife receive tbe pension due to his
rank.
The resolution was passed.
Mr. Schenck made an adverse report on
the resolution, directing an inquiry Into the
expediency of reporting a bill for the pay of
the officers and soldiers who have not been
mustered into tbe service.
The Senate bill to examine into the morals
and business qualifications of commission
ers, quartermasters, paymasters • and assist
ant paymasters, was passed with amend
ments.
A bill was reported giving paymasters and
military storekeepers of ordnance the same
rank, pay and emoluments as captains of ord
nance, but have no command; also increas
ing the efficiency of the medical corps of the
army.;
A Joint resolution was reported to credit
Major Brin ton with $3 COO,OOO, the amount
lost by the burning ot the steamer Bntb,
nearly all of ■which had been recovered.
Postponed till Decmeber next.
The Conference Committee reported the
Legislative, Executive and Judicial Appro
priation bilk Report adopted.
The Committee on Military Affairs report
ed adversely npon the memorial of citizens
of Illinois for a cessation of hostilities
against the rebels. Also a bill to amend the
act of 1819 to pay for horses destroyed in the
military service, by providing horses
lost by surrenders made by commanding of
ficers. Passed.
Also, that Veterinary Surgeons of cavalry
regiments have the some rank, pay and
emoluments as a 2d Lleutcntant of cavalry,
and be appointed and commissioned the same
as other officers. Passed.
Also, a bill for tbe relief ol the officers of
the 4th and sth regiments of Indians, au
tbroized by the Secretaiy of War, and mus
tered out without pay, Passed.
Also, against the resolution to inquire
what is needed to prevent substitute brokers
from purchasing substitutes.
Also, for tbe relief of Mrs. Gen. Lauder.
■ Also, against theproposltlon to purchase
tbe two bridges at Rock Island.
FROM SHARON, ILL.
Disastrous Fire—Loss $S»000.
(Special Dispatch to the Chicago Tribune.]
SnanoK, Henry Co., HL, Tnesdsy, June 31.
Onr town was visited by a disastrous fire
last night, burning nine store* and abops in
the business block of the town. Loss from
seven to eight thousand dollars, No insur
ance.
NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
IDE WAR FOR THE UNION.
The Heavy Fight Before
Petersburg Continued.
THE OPERATIONS OF BATOR.
DAT AND SUNDAY.
Operations of Burnside’s
Corps.
BUTLER’S FORCE SEVERS LEE’S
COMMUNICATIONS.
The President Coes Down
to Visit Grant.
MATTERS IN CONGRESS YES.
TEEDAY.
Failure of the Repeal of the
$390 Commutation Clause
In the Douse.
TEE SENATE PASS TEE
INTEfiMATIOSAL TELE-
QbAPE BILL.
The Cold Crisis in New
York Yesterday.
TUB WAU lIK VXKGIAIA.
Further froyn the movement on Rich
monel—Fighting of Saturday and
JUonday*
Baltimore, Tncsday, June 3L—The Amer
if an baa tbe’foilowing:
Annapolis, June 2L—The steamer Con
necticut has jn*-t arrived here with over 500
wounded, including GO officers. They are
principally from the sth and 9th Army Corps.
They were wounded on the 17th and 18th
instants, while charging the rebel works
around Petersburg.
They confirm the news that Burnside grin
ed a decided advantage on Saturday, and that
Petersburg would soon be in our hands.
Bermuda -Hundreds, June 19, via Balti
more, June 21,—There was fighting in front
of Petersburg up to two o’clock yesterday,
wlthont any decisive result but we con
stantly gain ground. We captured another
piece of artillery yesterday. Decisive resulta
are expected soon. Everything is satisfactory
with the army.
Later.—June 20.—Yesterday was compar
atively quiet Onr lines now extend some
distance beyond Petersburg, up the Appom
attox Biver.
Grant and Butler went up James River
yesterday, and had on interview with Ad
miral Lee, ot onr fleet
The Herald?i 18th corps dispatch Bays:
Gen, Brooks has been relieved of the com
mand of bis division and assigned to the
command of the 10th corps, os successor to
Gen. Gillmore.
New York, June 2L—The special to'the
New York Timex, dated headquarters army
of the Potomac, Sunday, 9in the forenoon,
says:
No positive advantage bos been obtained
over the enemy during the last twenty-four
hours. There has been more or less fighting
along the whole line. Charges and counter
charges have been made. Onr right and left
have been swung in something more than a
mile, while the center has been advanced but
little. Briefly, Petersburg is surrounded by
an abhatis ol Yankee bayonets, within easy
range of the city.
All was quiet last night (Saturday.) There
was no demonstration on either side. There
has been no lighting this morning.
The New York Tribune special, dated head
quarters of the army of the Potomac, June
30, in the forenoon, says: The fourth day of
the battle of Petersburg ended last night.
If it shall open again to-day (Sunday) it will
be the siege of Petersburg—briefer, perhaps
than a battle.
We attacked three times yesterday, at four
in the morning, at noon, and at four in the
afternoon. Warren joined on the left, and
swung around with a skirmishing front, half
a mile at each advance, taking one line of
works and pressing np to another and the
last
Hancok and Bnmslde, In the centre, found
more opposition. The former has gained
half a mile, the latter more. The loss in the
last assault was particularly severe In Bar
low’s and Gibbon’s divisions, and In tne sec
ond division of Burnside. Mill’s division of
the Cth corps, and Martlndale’s division of
of the Bth corps swept np the river to within
half a mile of the town. One more line, and
we have the town, which we now semi-clr
cumvaUate to defenses.
Colonel Cbambcrla'n, commanding a bri
gade In the sth corps, Is bidly wounded In
the hip, and Col Beaver, of the 14Sth Penn
sylvania, in the side
The Herald?* special, June 19th, morning,
At 4 o’clock this morning Burnside’s corps
attacked the enemy’s works ou the left of
our line, and carried them after a severe and
protracted straggle, capturing abont 500
prisoners, six excellent brass field pieces,
ana two that were spiked.
Tfie New York Tima? special sajs:
The exploit of a small pirty of Butler’s
force, on the Richmond and Petersburg rail
road, was a brilliant affair. The force of
4,000 advanced three or four miles directly In
the teeth of Lee’s veteran army, whom U
succeeded in cutting In two by destroying
three miles of the railroad over which the
troops were passing us fast os the trains
could run. Xu taking tbe almost vacated
rebel works, we captured 200 urisoners.
While tbe meu were destroying the railroad
(be picket force of the rebels came down!
and a mere handful of our men held them at
b«y till tbe work was accomplished. Tho
picket was reinforced heavily, and our men
rctirtd.
The JTfrald't special says Hancock’s old
wound has been so troublesome that he was
obliged to ask' to be relieved. The request
was granted,'and Birney has command of his
corps. did not command in Satur
day’s fight. He expects to be in the field
again in a week.
It is said there are 20,000 rebel troops in
Petersburg, and they are being continually
reinforced.
The attack at 4 o’clock In the morning o
Saturday by the 2d corps met with but little
opposition, onr troops passing over formid
able works occupied by tbe enemy the day
previous, and captured fifty or sixty prison
ers. The casualties on both sides were few.
We moved on and developed another line of
works, about 500 yards beyond. Here the
rebels made a stubborn resistance. At noon
a general advance of the 2d corps was or
dered. Tbe assaulting force consisted of
three brigades. The line rushed forward
gallantly, but could not withstand the steady
fire of musketry, grape and canister. Though
they got within seventy-five yards of tie
earthworks, they fell back, leaving the dead
and wounded.
Another attack was ordered at another
point. Tbe storming party consisted of sev
eral brigades. They were met with such a
murderous fire and cut down so rapidly that
they were withdrawn.
Another Herald correspondent says of the
sth corps 1 fighting on Friday:
The day’s work commenced at daylight,
when they found that the rebels had fallen
back to the second line in the night. The
works were attacked with great gallantry.
There was a severe struggle for the posses
sion of the railroad track leading to Norfolk,
which was finally taken. This appears to
have been the only advantage gained, though
the rebel position was also fought for.
Another correspondent wlththe9tb Corps,
says: The rebels made the attack at ten in
the evening, coming up in two columns.
On reaching our line, whether intentionally,
or the result of a blunder, one colnmn shout
ed “ and twenty-four were thus
made prisoners. Other columns came up to
our works bravely, and under cover of a bat
tery admirably posted, drove our men into
their Intrenctaments. They sprang over the
works and a band to hand fight ensued. The
muskets had been discharged on both sides,
and the bayonets and stocks only were used.
The Ist Michigan Sharpshooters were the men
engaged on our side, and about one hundred
and twenty were captured, and the remain
der escaped. The rebels held possession un
til daylight and then cvacu item
A New York Time* special, Jane 18th,
says; The rebels, on Friday night, made a
furious attack on Burnside’s front, and, after
a severe contest reoccnpfed the fort he had
taken the previous morning. This change
in the line has concentrated Bcanregircfs
force, while it enables onr troops to cover
Important approaches to the left and right,
and places the city within range of onr gnus
—about 1,400 yards. About five in the after
noon an advance was made upon the rebel
lines to develop his situation, which was ac-
CHICAGO, WEDNESDAY, JONE 22,1861.
complisbed with considerable loss in wound
ed. Blrney’s Division suffered most.
Prisoners state that Beauregard commands
the city with his army and portions of the
forces of Lougetreet, Wilcox and Ewell.
There is no decisive evidence of the pres
ence of more than a small portion of Lee’s
army.
WHAT THE REBELS SAY.
New Tore, June 31.—The Richmond En
quxrer of June 13th, gives an account of the
operations by Gens. Crook and AveriQ in
Southwestern Virginia.
Their forces, represented to bo 16,000
strong, formed a junction several miles north
east of Lexington, and It was supposed de
stroyed the Lexington Military Institute.
Their advance was resisted by Gen. McCans
tonnd, bnt be was unable to check them. A
portion of Averill’s force then went into
Nelson county, where they made a descent
upon the Lynchburg and Cbarlottsvllle Rail
road at Tye River Bridge, where they burned
the bridge and committed other excesses,
Yesterday evening, the 12th, official Infor
mation was received that they burned the
Arrington depot and passed on to Amberst
Church, only twelve miles from Lynchburg.
Later Information stated that they wore
within six miles of Lynchburg.
FKOJI NEW YORK.
Xlio Uriels in tbe Gold market.
[Special Dispatch to the Chicago Tribune.]
New Yobs. Tuesday, Jono 4,1884,
The gold act wont mto effect to-day. The
new gold stock exchange cheerfully struck
all clearings from their Hat.
The gamblers’ gold room, comer of Ex
change Place and William street, was adjourn
ed without delay. There was no open at
tempt to defeat the new law.
Strong disposition to do so was manifested
among speculators in gold and exchange,
these favorite occupations being interfered
with by it to exaggerate difficulties of doing
business under it.
This clamor was increased by the advance
in gold at the brokers offices. The’price
reached 207 in the streets, but
was exclusively caused by the
necessities of the importers who had con
tracts maturing, and for once were obliged
to buy actual gold and pay for it the same
day. Of course the brokers had them at
their mercy and asked what they pleased.
New Yoke, June 21.—An important meet
ing of bankers and brokers will be held on
Wednesday, to urge the repeal of the gold
bill. Business in foreign exchange is sus
pended. 200 is now asked tor gold.
New Yobe, June 2L—Last night gold, for
the first time, touched 200, This morning
atlSo Bt IW^,andat noon was quoted
Thfy mmercial says: The Secretary ot the
Treasury authorizes Mr. Cisco to announce
that the subscriptions to o’s of 1881 will be
accepted at a premium of six per cent
FBOM INDIANAPOLIS.
General military and Local Intelli-
(Special Dispatch to the Chicago Trfbnno.}
Indianapolis, Tuesday, Jane 31, 1E&.
The 50th Indiana regiment, now at Little
Bock, Ark., has re-enlisted, 500 strong, and
will be home in July.
The 14th Indiana were paid off and mus
tered out yesterday, their time having ex
pired.
The 43d, re-enllsted veterans, were fur
loughed yesterday, and led for their respect
ive homes.
The 44th have re-enlisted, and are here to
day.
Fifteen can filled with Fenian Brotherhood
left on a grand excursion to-day.
The doctors, druggist*, surgeons and apo
thecaries left on a grand pienlc yesterday.
Twenty-four men of the 34th Ky. pissed
through hera f to-day. Eleven rebel officers
from Alabama arrived, captured by Sher
man’s corps, on their way to Johnson’s Is
land.
The 15th Indiana arrived to-night, their
time having expired.
Large quantities of Sanitary stores ore be
ing sent to Chattanooga.
The 25th veterans and 14th Indiana bat
tery have left for the front. A number of
soldiers passed through to day from Illinois
regiments, for Springfield, their time having
expired.
The State Agricultural Fair will be held In
this city in September next.
Military matters are dull
A largo drove of beef cattle passed through
for Sherman’s corps.
Three trains of rebel prisoners captured
by Sherman, arrived to-day.
FBOSI MADISON.
Military Intelligence—State Connor*
Head Convention, See.
iSpedal Dispatch to the Chicago Tribune.]
Madison, Wls., Taesday, Jane 31,15 W.
The Bth or M Live Eagle” regiment, with
340 re-enlisted veterans, arrived hero this af
ternoon. It was provided with an excellent
dinner by the State authorities, and, in the
absence of the Governor, welcomed with an
eloquent address- by Adjutant General Gay
lord, followed by highly applicable and pithy
remarks by acting Mayor J, 11. Carpenter,
Hon. Chuuncey Abbott and Gen. Fairchild.
The regiment was loudly cheered and cor
dially welcomed, and responded with hearty
cheers for the Governor and State officers,
President Lincoln and the Union.
Col. Jcifcrson presented a medal to each
member of Co. B, which had the largest pro
portionate number of re-enlisted veterans.
The 2d regiment will probably not bo mus
tered out before Saturday.
Numerous delegates to the State Copper
head Convention have arrived here. So far
the complexion of the Convention promises
to be decidedly Copperhead.
The Supreme Court met to-day and an
nounced a number of decisions, aod adjourn
ed to theGth of July.
. Col. Bragg, ot the Cth regiment, Lob been
made a Brigadier General for valuable ser
vices In late Virginia battles.
FROM SX. LOUIS,
JSllHsonrl Military and General New,.
iSpecial Dispatch to the Chicago Trlbime.i
6t. Louis, Tuesday, June 21, 18SL
As an evidence of the Claybank faith, the
St. Joseph Nhcs says Judge Silas Woodson
had arrived at homo from Baltimore and sajs
If he had been admitted In tho Convention
he wculd have bolted when the platform was
adopted.
The guerUlas captured two boxes
of arms on. Saturday en route to
Columbia, Boone county, for the militia.
Mr. L. S. Hotchkiss, a well known com*
mission merchant, was arrested yesterday
by order of the Provost Marshal on a charge
of disloyalty. He gave bail to appear when
wanted, and was discharged.
I'KOJI LIGBOSSE.
Disastrous Fire—Newspaper Office De
stroyed.
[Special Dispatch to the Chicago Tribune.] *
LaCrosse, Wia., Tuesday, Jane 21, ISA*
A fire at LaCrosse last night, about mid
night, destroyed a wooden row ot buildings
on Front street, between Juneau block and
the Mississippi River. The steam printing
office] of tbe LaCrosse Republican was total*
ly destroyed. The loss Is $6,000; insured
for $2,000. The Scandinavian printing office
— FadrelanOet— was also destroyed. Both
offices will resume business soon. The totil
damage by'flre is SIO,OOO. It was the work,
of an incendiary.
FBOiS DVBVQCE.
[Special Dispatch to the Chicago Tribune.]
Dubuque, la., Tuesday, Juno 21,155-L
The Northern lowa Sanitary Fair waa in
augurated here this afternoon. The opening
exercises consisted of an eloquent address
by President 'Wlltsee, a response in behalf of
the delegation by J.W. J. Calkins, of McGreg
or, and prayer by Bev, D. M. Reed.
The Fair is the largest of all that have yet
been held in the West, except St Louis. It
Is a magnificent offering to the soldiers.
Crowds of strangers are in the city.
The receipts 'to-day amounted to thirteen
thousand dollars.
FKOM mOOHISGTOI.
- [Special Dispatch to the Chicago Trlhnns.]
Bloomngtok, El., Tuesday, Jane 21, 1864.
Hon. Shelby M. Collom o{ Springfield, was
unanimoualy nominated to-day for Congress
for the Bth district of Illinois.
The United States Christian
Commission.
Bduluiotoh,. lowa, Jane 30,
To J. V t FarwZ, Chicago:
Burlington gave one thousand dollars to
the Christian Commission last night.
C. C* MoCabb.
Mr. Ingersoll has been appointed to the
place on the Committee on Territories for
merly filled by his predecessor, Mr. Lovejoy.
Silas Woodson has been nominate! to the
Senate as Chief Justice for Idaho, in place of
Sidney Edgerton, who has been appointed
Governor of the new Territory of Montana.
The Everting Star says, the President and
his youngest son left the city yesterday after
noon on the ordnance steamer Baltimore to
pay a trip to Grant, ills reported, and see
how affaire are progressing on the James
River.
The House of Representatives to-day re
fused, by 100 against 50, to repeal the S3OO
clause in the Enrollment bill. Such a result
by so large a majority took everybody by
surprise.
Too statement In some of to-day’s papers,
that Mosby is north of the Potomac with a
largo force, orany force, is totally unfounded.
The International Telegraph bill, which
passed the Senate to-day, grants the right of
way through any Territory of the United
states to the boundary of British America
with the branch lines needed to communi
cate with the mining districts and settle
ments. -
New York June 21.—Secretary Stanton,
in a dispatch last night, says that np to ten
o’clock Sunday night, no later operations on
James river were reported. Our losses on
Saturday are said to be very heavy, though
no official return has yet been made. °
Secretary Stanton further announces that
Sherman was premature in proclaiming the
flight of the rebels from their position. The
enemy holds the Kenesaw mountain as the
apex of his position, with his flanks behind
Mooney ana Moses creeks.
Gen. Foster reports that he has been in
formed by the rebel Gen. Jones, at Charles
ton, that five of our general officers in the
hands of the enemy are kept under fire as
retaliation. He asks permission to put a
like number of rebel officers, of the same
rank, under the rebel fire. Secretary Stan
ton has given permission accordingly.
The special to the P>*t says the Honsc Com
mittee 911 Elections has voted not to decide
the election cases from Arkansas, and
proposes to present resolutions for the con
sideration of the House providing for the
appointment of a commission to visit the
rebel States which claim to have returned
to their allegiance to the Union, and report
to Congress at its next session. The resolu
tlong practically excludes Arkansas, Louisi
ana and Tenneasso from Congress for the
present.
A general order has just been issned by
the War Department requiring—First, that
all sick and wounded officers absent from
their commands, and not fit tor doty in the
field, but able to sit on courts-martial, to
immediately report their names and address
to the Adjutant General of the army. Sec
ond, that all staff and regimental medical
officers now on leave in the Department ot
the East, In New Jersey, the eastern part of
Pennsylvania, and the eastern part or Mary
land, if able to travel, will report to the
nearest medical director for examination,
and those found to be unfit for service, but
able to do hospital duty, will be ordered to
report immediately at the hospital at Camp
Parole, near Annapolis, Md., for such duty as
the surgeon in charge may reqnire of them.
gence.
New York, Tuesday, June 21.—The follow
ing are items from Southern papers:
Atlanta, Ga., June 1G —A telegram from
Gen. Forrest to Cnpt Adair, dated Tupelo,
June 16, eaya there were no Geonri ma hurt.
Tbe victory was complete. The killed
wounded and captured ot the enemy exceeds
the total of my troops engaged. I have sent
forward 1.800 prisoners, and there ore more
yet behind.
Thbbk Milks from Marietta, Jane 10.—
There was bat little skirmishing by the ene
my yesterday. Sharp shooters were going
all day. Maj. Massex of tbe 20th Mississippi,
was killed at 5 o’clock yesterday. Gen
eral Hooker’s corps made a charge
on Gen. Clebnrne’s division three lines
deep and was repulsed with great slaughter.
A few prisoners were taken who confirmed
the above. Clebnrne’s division fired 315 times
with shot, shell, and canister. • The enemy
was not able to bring his artillery to bear.
The Richmond Enqtrirer says; U A gentleman
who left Lynchburg on Thursday, says a
Yankee force, 15,000 strong under Gens.
Hunter, Crook, and Averill, were at Forest
Depot on the Virginia and Tennessee Rail
road, some eight or ten miles from Lynch
burg They have done a good deal o! dam
age to tbe railroad, as was to have been ex
pected, but we did not learn the particulars
of their vandalism. A train of ears arrived
from Danville last evening. The Yankee
feat has not been accomplished.”
Atlanta. June 13,1864. —The remains of
General Polk arrived here this morning, and
were deposited in St. Lake's church. The
funeral services and a sermon, by Rev. Dr.
Quintan), were delivered before a great
aseembW.. Tho rcmilus were then escorted
to the Noose train, for Augusta, with military
honors.
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Gale, or. EDWARD RAW RON, of blcaco, and Mis<
Fi»AMIIt£ M.bANSUM, of the foruer place.
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t - tt « « . C. T. PLAQO.Pres’t.
Ja9.11. Hatitle, Sec y. Jc2it6fioit
QIMEON W. ‘ KIST(?j ESQ.,
Is Ibe only person in Chicago dnly qualified am
eomn issl'ined as Commissioner of needs for all the
States and Territories: also, Notary PuMlo and At*
lomey at Law. These wlsh'ne his services can either
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street, near Clark. Jei3-k385.1t
Bounties and pensions
collect ed for soldiers whoio tor a of service tiu
expired, and tbo<e dischargmi on ac<*onnt> woaads
iccehe In battle; aUo lor widows and belraof those
wi*o hsve died or been killed while in the service.'
Cash advanced lo these who wish, having cood
cUlms. Office, il3Kß*TiiJoln‘i-BV P.O, Box 8-6 a.
JeW keS6-lt w.K. tVPLLS, Attorney at Law.
PURSf*" S^SoT'"-'HMTHS
Oreo Is the Pall fall twenty per cent bettor than
■when taken care ofJn the usual *»*. They are com
pletely cleansed Dnm the wiot j r*i» accumulation nf
duet. No Camphor or anything which fades ths Far
‘ - nfted. Reclepts gives, sod charges low.
j. a. auixu & co„
Hatters aad Fnrilers, 113 Lake et.
let2-k«mt
CHIRTS THAT ELS’ MAKES
VJ TO ORDER
IN QUALITY
lel-hsai-em net
Walsh’s Removal.
\»hI)o bis Now S'oro (on tbo site of
•be old on c) U bclnsr erected* JOHN
n, WALSH rctpectlallj annoaaces
•Lai be has removed to 103 Madison
street, two* doors ivest of Dearborn,
where he will be happy to furnish
anything In the line of Book*, pa<
peif, Magazines, Ac., at the earliest
moment.
Particular attention paid U> filling
orders for the Country Trade.
JOHN R. WAIBH,.
103 Madison street, Chicago.
Je2k7lo.lt . " : ' .
I am now mannfaotarla? a beautiful Flat Fence
Picket, with ornamented b*al. settable for front yard
or gardens, at tbe lowest market price. All ordem
promptly flded. Shop comorol Cana’ and Eighteenth
Btrcetg.*’Po?t Office Box 5153. JAHBS KIBB f.
U ltcw-TH net . .
NATIONAL
X PICTURE
And His Literary Friends.
Through tbs tdndnca* of UR. J. REED, who has
most generously effered the nseobooe of tils PUao
Forte Rooms. Ibe above picture will be placet on
exhibition, for a fhort time only, on and aua? Thors
day. Jure 2M. at B*cd’s Temple of Mane, wner of
Randolph aad Dearborn streets, from h a. m. to 8
P.M. jeULWf-U
FROM WA9HINGIO.f,
natter* Military and rintTfeaff ■!
Washington, June 21,—The President has
nominated for Judge Advocate General
with the rank of Brigadier, Joseph Holt, of
Kentucky, the present incumbent, and for
Assistant Judge Advocate General, with the
rank of Colonel, Major Wm. McKee Dnnn,
of Indiana, formerly member of Congress
and now Judge Advocate of the Department
of Missouri.
FROM THE SOUTH.
GENERAL POLE’S REMAINS,
M.ARUIKD
Neto SlDbcttisscmeuts.
ALB UNSURPASSED
AND FIT.
ELT’3, s Tremont Block.
PICKETS.
WASHINGTON IKYING
Nehr flhnerttsmnttg.
J>KOF. B. A. DE MUNN’S
Parisian Balm.
The receipt for compounding this wonderth! pre
paration for restoring GRAY HAIR TO ITS ORIGI
NAL COLOR vu obtained br the Professor while la
PARIS, of one of the moat eminent chemlata of
Prance, bavins been-nsed by the nobility and gentry
cf that country for years. It renders the Halrsott,
baantlfol and luxuriant. It mattere not how loss
a time the hair has been gray. In the abort apace of
two or three weeks a vait change Ls perceptible, both
In the color and appearance of the hair. It la fr*.
gant and clean ; does NOT DYK the hair; does not
stain tbeicalp or the finest linen; doea not Injure
the balr; hut, on the contrary, preaarvts It. All per
aora using the BALM will be enabled to retain the
color and condition of the balr to an extreme old age.
It la far superior to anj preparation In this country
which la advertised for the same purpose, tbs reason
being that the ingredients are only to be obtained In
Prance, where iheyare aabmltted to a chemical pro
cess, and thee Imported to thin country; the duties
are heavy, which renders the- preparation expensive
to the consumer. READ THE FOLLOWING from
porf. Henri He Otard:
Lajjoxitobt of Hxxti Da Ota«z>. >
pAßiSrJone nu, 1860, f
I have this day received from H. A. He Mona
R.n.olAlbany.auteof Now York. Unite! States
of America, the sum of 5.000 francs, (ono thousand
dollars) for the formola of my prspartlon for restor.
Ing the hair to Ita original color. The said H. A De
Muon, R. H.,being the only person In the United
States possessed of my formola. All others claim
ing to possess It ate base Impostors.
Signed, HEN El Ha’OTABD. '
Those who desire sen use the Ristorer toreitore
the Hair and the PsrUlan Balm to restore the color.
Price go.COper bottle, per express $5.33. It can.be
procured at the Branch Office, 133 Dearborn street,
comerofModlson.up-Btatri, Chicago, Illinois.
PROP. H, A. Ds MUNN Solo Proprietor.
Frlnslpal Laboratory, 39 Orange street. Albany,
New York.
N.B —All letters most care postage stamp en
closed to ensure an answer.
PROF. H. A. DE BONN’S
ORIENTAL WASH
For the total eradication of DISEASES FROM THE
SCALP, viz , SALT RUEUM, SCALD HEAD, and all
cntttntonafrnpiionaof all descriptions. Diseases of
tbe Scalp can only be removed and thoroughly eradi
cated by external application. No ointment will
permanently relieve tbe scalp from those diseases.
Ibe WASH bas been and for the pest tea years
throughout the States, with tbe most unvarying suc
cess Tbe mt dlcal faculty have and arc using it in
their practice daily. It It tbe arcatest boon ever
given to suffering bnmsolty. Hundreds and thou
sands of letters have been received expressing the
most ft treat gratltnde for tae benefit, relief and per
manent cure effected by the nse of the ORIENTAL
WASH. Testimony upon testimony coaid be pub
lished, which wonid prove to the sitlriaction of all
that tlus wonderful and miraculous remedy has no
equal in tbe known world. Price of the Oriental
Wash $6 per bottle large size, per express $6.23;
price of Restorer $3, express $5 J5; Parisian Balm J5,
express $5.23.
All of the above can be procured at the Branch
Office and Laboratory, IS) DearOura street, comer of
Madison (np stairs), Chicago 111.
PROF. 11, A. DE MUNN,
Sole Proprietor.
Principal Laboratory, 29 Orange street, Albany.
N.
N.B.—All letters must have postage stamp Inclotel
to iLime an answer.
'PHOF. H. A. DE MUNN'S
Only Genuine Hair Eestorer
■i J a jai h
mil effectually and permanently Restore tbo Hair
to those that are bald, prevent tbe h*lr from falling
off. and restcre It to all Ita former luxuriance and
beanty. This fact bas been demonstrated to the sat
iifactien of thousands throughout the States, and
tney all nolle In attesting to lu merits and va*tsupe
riority over all prepratloos ever introduced. Ten
jean’careful Inves’lzatlon of the canaea which ef
fect the loss of the hair, has led the Proprietor to
invent a remedy which will thoroughly remove the
cans'S. The causes once removed, tbe restoratloi
certainly follows. The canic of balrturolog gray is
a sceretion ol lime In the pores of the scalp. The
lime onee eradicated, the hslr will grow the original
color, bar the process is so slow that many become
discouraged. As tbe Restorer does not affect the
color of the balr which ts upon the scalp, those who
desire to have their hair restored to the original
color m a short time, can tie mypABZ-siArr Bale,
which I will warrant to perform all I claim for It. in
from two to three weeks. It le perfectly harmless
and clean. It can be used In connection with the
Restorer.
Price ot Restorer, pot npln large bottle*, $3.00:
when sent per ex pi ceb. $5.25. C&n be obtained at the
Branch Office ani Laboratory, i? 3 Dearborn street,
cor. Madison, up stairs, Chisago, 111.
Pi ice ot Parisian Balm, $5.00 per bottle; per ex
press, SW3. PKOF. H. A. DE MDNN,
Sole Proprietor.
Principal Laboratory, 29 Orange street. Albany.
F T.
N.B.—AH letters mnst have apostate stamp lb
closed to Ininie on-answer. - JettLkCTAU
INSURANCE.
MOOBE & STEARNS
Successors to Insaracceßuilnossof
L. D. OLMSTED & CO..
FIEF, MARINE,
AND
Life Insurance Agency,
"* - ■
tOBSFB OF LAKE iSD LASALLE StEFEM]
CHICAGO, ILXj.
S?KINGFI2LD FIRE AND MARINS,
Springfield, Mass
PARR INSURANCE COMPANY, bow York.
MERCHANTS* IFbURANCR COMPART,
Hartford, Conn.
HOMYINSURANCE COMPART, New Raven, Coan.
CITY FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
New Haven, Conn.
CONNECT ICXTT FUSE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Hartford, Conn.
CBOTON FIRE INSUR ANCB CO- New York.
THAMES IN3URANCH.COMPAS Y. Norwich. Conn.
RKLIEF FIRE INSURANCE CO., New York.
WHBTIRN UASSACHUSEtTS INSURANCE CO.,
Pittsfield,Mass.
IKYING INSURANCE COMPANY, Now lork.
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE, Hartford, Conn,
s.sr. moobu. jje23kC27-lt) john k. stsxuss.
PURE
X EOUS3OM WHISKY
Always on hand nod for sals by MONTGOMERY 4
BBO„ Wholesale Liquor Dealers, No. 12 ftau-.h Water
street. my&R-US-lSt-v Miwae:
TTNION STEAM AND WATER
• U BEATI>’G COMPANY. FOR
Warming and Ventilating
Public Budding?, Private Seminaries,
Churches, Greenhouses, fee., Ac. This Apoiratus
f-t#sil a unrivalled fonts EffrntlTeaon. HaaHnfulaess.
DursbllDy, Simplicity ana E JONOmF OF FUEL,
SnTBBAY Sc GOLD,
114 DEARBORN STREET, CHICAGO.
Also, Acents for Brown’s Patent Weather Strlo and
-Window Raids, wh : ch totally exclude dust end odor
m Summer, at well ns cola, wind aud ralu la fViatrir
*rom dTors aod vlad tws ofereiy aesorlptioo, with
out mterferlDS with taolr free use *t all times.
• Je23i629-Sl-net
■LASfO WARRANTS
Purchased at Advanced Price?.
ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.
W. S. MORSE, Agent,
Office of RIJSTOJT & CO., Bankers,
37 Clark street. Telegraph Building, mr. otLakbst.
P. O.BuX 6156. wasen it
PIC NIC PARTIES, DESIROUS
to obtain a largo Grove for '.heir purpose, sboulr
select
HAASE'S PARK, AT HARLE3I.
Tbls Part contains SO acres, and his not its superior
within IN mile* of CUciso. The GaUna and Cbioagc
Union ballroad Company has laid an extra tract tc
tola x'ark*, so that toe iarzest excursion train car
reach It wlthla 29 to 39 minutes. Per ap
ply at the office of the Galena and ChJcaso U. B.R.
Co., at Chlcaeo. or to the propric’or. P. HAA3S.
Box4t,s»pomlle, Coot County, UUnoii.
my»z7»-i2: tv-fax net
gTEAW HATS.
STRAW HATS.
„ k , . , L 1 STRAW 17ATS.
TheflncatTarlo'y In Chlcaeo can be round a*.
TAYLOR'S,
IM Batido’pb atreat—lol.
Jc23 kS?2-lt
APPTSrCIAX WFIO Has
made Ms oils and intends coins East, offer.* a‘.
a me bargain, his
residence and lot,
Fltuatrd in one of the finest town* on the line of tbe
a.B.d: Q.K.K., about tyohoars' ride by eariftom
Chicago. The building ta frame, nnm jars
Attached to tbe ocilntoc la a l*ree contain
lop over 100 fruit-life*, aadahrubhory. Till* U a rare
Ch«sce for a physician. ~wht> can taketbo plica and
■5tM» mtQ a spjeoud practice. _ „
■•Toi DafiMLaaraculars address Bis So-, Chicago,
’lll. ( V 6l
gTAINED AND COT GLASS.
Works, 19 Harvard Placs, Boston, Has.
Krerj de'crlptton ol Ornamental Window* for
rtmictes.Pilrate no r ebL 4c, in stained,
Cut and tmboaaed work. JJesJms seaton ■application.
itJl-kSJWWIS BAiIUKL WEST,
trOTJSE AND LEASE OF
n GkOU.ND
VOH SAXiB,
Floated In a pleasant locality on <be North 6se.
Dense contalnsitrnt and back parlors, dlnlturoom,
inchen,five bedrooms, bath rojm; marinenuatlea
ardgrates, cMflxtures. ac^Ac.
- - Lease runt four jura, if desired the owner wiU
lease, ami ins bouse tn*y be rtmoredi ft waa
built cnc jeer ego. la mocera in snle and flnun. so 1
win be so’acLosD. AnnJyai ones to *AMIIELQigp
114 Dtarbcru etrccl, Baal Estate Stoker.
Icri-kCM-Jlßet
NUMBER 315.
Neto ahbfrtisrnmiis.
BOSS & GOSSA6E,
BUCOBS6OBS TO
W. M. ROSS A CO.,
At their OLD STAND,
167 and 169 Lake Street,
BARGAINS.
Cheeked Grenadine Beroges at
Z5 Cents.
Cheeked, Striped and Plaid Silks
at SI.OO.
sun DRESS ROODS, '■
In Grenadines, Berages,
Lawns, Crape Maritz,
Organdies, etc.
MOUENINGr GOODS,
PARASOLS,
SHAWLS AND MANTILLAS
SUMMER OASSIMEEE3,
And Linen Goods for Gentle
men’s Wear.
SUMMER HOSIERY
AND UNDER WEAR,
FOE EADIEB, OESTIEMBIT 4 CHILDSES.
A FINK ASSOBTUBNT OF
lace Mitts, Gloves, etc.,
BOSS & GOESAGE’S.
Je2a-k(32lf
For buffalo and inter.
MEDIATE POBIS.
The new and magnificent steamer
DEM RICHMOND
tVIII leave her dhc£. foot of north Dear boro*st-,
Wednesday Evening,
AT SEVEN O’CLOCK.
For passage tickets apply to
A. A, SAMPLE,
General Ticket Agent
(Ho. 53 Booth Clark street.
OFFICES:} No 18 NortlsWells street.
(Massasjlt House.
RICHMOND * HANCOCK. A-ents,
Je2l>k—2 tnet
FIRE WORKS
CONSTANTLY OH HAND AT
L. A. TALCOTT’S,
FRUIT AND FIRE WORK DEPOT,
67 Randolph Street,
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
Having fifteen yean experience tn th!a branch ot
trade-audhAvinir taken Hieprincipal WestemAgencf
Of HAD FIELD *3 SDPEBIOR FIKB WOKK3, conslcf
e- irp them the beet manufactured. I would guarantee
satisfaction to committees of otuebraUona and the
trade generally.
Orders filled it the Shortest Ifotlce*
Selections carefully made fbr persons unacquainted
with the fire work trade, poet Office Box HOT.
mylS-gSO-lfit wax net
'J’HE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST.
GENERAL WESTERN AGE SC Y
OF TUB CELEB RA.TBD
Massillon, 0., Threshing Machines
BUSSELL’S OHIO
REAPER AND MOWER COMBINED,
And Single Mowers,
Manufactured by Russell & Co.,Has3illon. Ohio. Ad
drtse all letteis of Inquiry and orders to ALFRED H.
Western AewA 16 & la FTanalln st
micago.m. • O'* Send for dfclar and price list.
Je4-bJSO-Bt’BATawnet
QAMPAIGST
FLAGS.
Korthwestcrn Flag and Banner Co.,
C. Ij. DUBOIS, manager,
Manufactory, 129 Dearborn Street, Chicago.
Box 4160.
The shore Company are now ready to famish
Silk, Banting or Dftulin
[Flag’s ol* Banners,
OF ALL SIZES OB DESIGNS.
Goods sent by Express to any part of ihe courtry.
N. B.—Everythin* wanted to carry on the cam
paign ramlfched by Ibis Company.
]e2o-k«S-n h waf net
WANTED.
1,000 AGENTS,
TO SELL THE
TANNER BOY;
LIFE OF GEN. GRANT.
RETAIL PRICE. OIG3.
SENT BT MAIL. FREE.
President Lincoln:
82,000 ENGRAVING.
One good Aseut wanted in every county in the
Northwest to sell it. Retail price. <2.50. Sent on re
ceipt of price to any part of the united States.
SIZE, IS BY 26 INCHES.;
Bent In a nice
ROSEWOOD FRAME AND GLASS,
To any Express Office, free, on receipt of $9.50.
Every good
BOOK CaHTASSEB
AND
TRAVELING AGENT
IN THE
UNITED STATES,
Wanted to a til my
New Publications and Engrawlnga.
Call at Headquarters, 83 Lake street.
. _ B, R. LANDON, Agent.
Je2C-ESU-M w A p net Chicago, 111.
TJ. S. O-.
TEE TANNER BOY,
AND
How he Became Lieutenant-General
Being a Boj’d Life of General Grant.
BY MAJOR PENNIM AN.
Althoneh designed mainly for the boys of America,
It ts also eminently adapted for popalar circulation.
Tno boyhood of GenerolGraatts depleted at length,
showing bow much the characteristics of the boy are
developed In the man, ana a complete record of his
career la given down to the very gates of Richmond.
WITH nirSTBATIONI
One Volume. lOmo. IPaucy Cloth,
Gilt Bade. Prico $1,35.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
Weahall publish ‘•THE. TANNER BOY ”
ON SATUDDAY, JUNE 18.
On which day it will b« for sale everywhere.
EGBERTS* BROTHERS, Pabll&hen,
Boston*
For enie in Chicago hj
B. R. LANBOH. Agent*
W. B. KESN & CO.
JOE 2* 8,-WALSH.
JeMkSlJSr* w met.
ROOFING PITCH
AND FELTING.
GILBERT HUBBARD A CO, Phlp Chsodleri tad
Sfcil Maker*. XCSmad 4Qt 6oaib Wtrer itrsec. cotnsj
or mils sc. jeiMtHfrin f-*«*ucs
'Nets fluoettismenta.
HEN’S,
BOYS’
AND
TOUT HS
CLOTHING
-AT
BE GRATF & POOLE*^
Coner Stole u< BaaMpk Stneto.
b « T " the largest stock for SO!*-
HER WEAK TO BE FOUND IN ANTHOO3R
THIS CITY, which we Dooibt tulj
aloei to sell at old price*, paying do etteattoa tw
the advance of gold or the present Talus ofgoadj.
Our stock 1*
LAEGE AND COMPLETE,
Ana MUST BE SOLD TO HAKE ROOM for F.B €
Winter goods sow being manntoctorad form.
PLBABB CALL AHD EXAMINE OUB GOODS
AND PRICES and TOG WILL BATH both True
and MONET. All GOODS MADS lath*
MOST WOKKamiKE JLUTEB,
EQUAL to Ue BEST CUSTOM MADE.
_je23-kTDS It DE QBAEJt & POOLS.
QUESTIONS!
QUESTIONS!
QUESTIONS!
THAT
Concern Every One to Answer.
Am yon bald?
Does your hair fan off ?
Hai your hair become *»<" ?
Is It turning gray before its time?
Are you troubled with Itching, burning senaatfcm M
the scalp? m
Are you troubled with dandruff?
Are you troubled with what U called Serofttaar
BaltEheum?
Bare yen had the Erysipelas, tod loet your belt?
Have j on bad the Measles, and loet It ?
Bare you had the Tpphold Fever, and loeUt?
Bare you had the Brain Fever, aad loet it?
Have you loet your hair by aay eli leir
Do you wleh luxuriant hair?
Do you wtah solt and luecroua hair?
Do you wleh gray hair restored?
Do you wish yourwhlsters (floaty?
Do you wish them restored In color?
Do you want a dreaelog?
Do you waat It for your children ?
Do yon want It lor yourself, for Aths or notts*
for brother, slater or friend?
Do you want the beet preparation out fbr dreaitm*
stimulating, protecting, restoring the color, an*n*i
demuceoft. silky and lustrous the Human Bair?
If so, we warrant
CLARK’S
Distilled Restorative
FOR THE HAIR!
Ta be CaeqnaUfd, aad Superior te aaj Ttnp,
ration ever Coapnaded aad offered
to tie Paine.
It costs hut $1 lor one bottle, or six bottle* for PI
and la sold by druggists and dealers everywhere.
C. G. CLARK & CO., Proprietor!,
LORD * SHiXB. Chicago. nUuoU, Oeura
Agents. feMvs4*-T3t.|iwA>^iy
COE’S COUGH BALSAM
Cores Croup Zvsr7 Time,
Coras Tickling in tb* Threat.
Cores the Host Stubborn Coogb.
Cores Gbllls and Fever.
Cores Inflmnsa aad Ben Threat.
Cores Asthma and Relieves Cossoaptlsßs
Cum all If the directions are strietly followed, m
the money will be refunded- wuowtjo, m
LORD & SMITH
•HNEBAL AGENTS.
Sold by Dragclsts Krerywbeve.
LAND WARRANTS.
10,000 Acres
WANTED.
We are paying higher pri cm than is being
in any. other market.
PEESTON, WILtAED & KEAJT,
Bankers and Healers In Lund Warrants.
J eISJkISASt w-tbak net
WHY WILL YOU
Keep your little ones ln-doors, and not allow their
lnc?» to Inhale pare air? Do parents know Mr
can buy at
CIIAS. 1.. NOBLE Jc CO’S ’
HOTION AND TOT BAZAAg,
A Carriage for s3l
WE HAVE SPLENDID ONH3 AT
SIO.OO, sl3. SO, $11.50 and Royal
at $95 to s3o*
Dent wait for the extreme warm weather, bat
iow obtain the benefit.
Any quantity at Wholesale & Retail.
175 LATTR STREET,
sp?S-e2i-lynet SION OF TUB TANKER.
QHICAGO TURBIN*
WATER WSE,
Oduri solid, with Wrought Bucket^
The best in use. Send for Circular.
KJI Stone*, Bolting’ Cloth*
AND AT T.
MILL FURNISHINaa
T. W. BAXTER & CO.,
... CWM*fc
rest omce Box STL myhvg4ofi-ttMi
J?IXE WATCHES,
DIAMONDS
AND JEWELRY.
GILES, BEO. & CO.,
112 Lake Street,
Bavins received unusually large Invoiceeof WttehM
and Fine Goods from the Junior, Mr. GUM, now a
Geneva, woald call the attention of (he public (e
their SPRING STOCK, comprising th. latest stvlaa
of FIHB KKAUKLKD, FMSTKD AdD DIAmOhS
set watches and jewelry, or the m «c cal*.
h~:ted makers in Europe, n well as the American.
Geneva and American watch Company movements
pnt up in eaaee of oar own make at onehaf the prs.
ent coat of Imported good*. Great variety of Silver
Goode, comprising the superb Grecian patterns rmada
exclusively lor Sfe»>ra. Tiffany A Co.. New York, ud
oonelvee. FINK FRENCH CLOCKS, Silver Plated
Goods, Ac
MANUFACTURERS FOR TEE TRADE OF TH*
“CHICAGO COMMERCIAL” GOLD PEN.
WholMale Agents for American Clock Company*
and Rogers, Smith A Co’s Plated Ware.
GILES, BRO. & CO.-
jeShCS-wAbaoeJ 143 LAKE STRUT.
njETAL WAREHOTTSB.
DICKERSON, STURQES A CO.
Ti:ET IPLA-TZS,
Aid Dealers In Tlnnenf Stack*
IGOTB FOR THE HOWE’S SCALE COXPUTr
139 * 301 CHICAGO.
mya> gCWltnrt ,
HOWE’S
IMPROVED SCALE
Adopted by tha United Stats Government a$ MB
Custom House in New York *nj other place*.
FOB BALE BY
DICKEHBOH, STUBBS A 00,
Metal Warehouse, '
myjo-gCI-JCtD*« m A sn. Randolph street, GUMMi
"PRIME BARLEY MALT, RTB
X MALT,
YEAST MALT.
IRWIN * WORRY,
p. 0. Box IffO. No. 9Board of Tnda BufldUt.
nrra£-n3B SCt-net ' • .
BARRETT, ARNOLD Jr
FOWSLL.
Felt ait Cmpedtioa Roofers.
TFe ham a large stock of Felt and Conspoelttoa ft>r
Booflnt constantly on hw.it. which we are
with direction* foe nee to au parts of the VonawMC.
ALSO.
COAli TAB
It.MO
And Boat Pitch Ship Chandler* and Boat Bmlldera
please take notice. .
Office 80. 3 Masonic Temple. K Dear Bora itrwL
Chicago, m. my&gav-uta-wnniai

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