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DAILY ARGUS. THK UNION MUST HE I'RESKBVKD. ,, . OANroHTM, IK., rDITU. "iiiurwiiiy i:piii''t,' Ma.v 'It' ntiy one attempts to hftil down ih-' Amen t in Vl;iil.'fl"'t liiin on the spot " Mn A. IHz. 'ijr-Vw Aw ""'' I':'l"'r '"' t'l'H '"" tv "hat take- t"l''L'rnphic reports, cim-i qu ntiy it can firr.ijli tin- people of thin und u'ljoiiiinK coun ties with new i advance of any other paper. nit m-:h i;m.itmi:n'I'. Tho Chicago Journal of Wednesday even in,; says the order fr..m Adjutant (ielierul Fuller, f r the enlistment (if thirty volunteer companies for tliree months service in tins state, wax, this ni"miinr, fuiiiiteriiinn'led lit the rc-piest i f the war department. It linn been determine 1 to accept no tliree. months' men f r the federal service, and none will he mus tered in for less than three years, or " fjf tho war." .uT. .i;oih.i: s,- , .i . . . . ,i :,, i .(.. t crchsitif; illness ha compelled this accom- i pbdied soldier tii resign his coininissioti ut catniiti.in the 1th cavalry. He ha returned to , ' ,, .,.,, , . , lVt Byron, lhckey h cavalry has been in , Ccti'tnl.t and arduous service ever since the i fall of l'ort Henry, and now number? scarcely I twj l.uadi'd men. Ill all probablity the reg iment will he mustered out of the service within u month. ti i; i'uiiii:m'x n.t(.r.. the late iuesiif;e of l'lcsidetit Lincoln, li'iuhlerinj the odium of Ciiiiieron'n ruseal ities. is u most remarkable document more generous than wise, The president says "he is not aware that a dollar of the public funds thus coiili lc l to ntiollici.il persons was evur lost or wasted." II" admits that lie feared such Would be til" ;.-", but bis "objections to the-e extia T-linarv pr ieee linos, were overruled." I; i-a ! clinical dode when be he shv " I o.t or wated," lor lul'iinno! be ie- tcrai.t that ' lie ' I' his own uppointccs, lieu. I1. M .riran.l r 'thcr in law "f Secretary Welle-, liB practically stolen abont one hundred thou'atid d 'burs from the ji .vorn nn-iit . John 1'. Hale established that fact. it will hardly do for Mr. Lincoln to believe nil his poiitiral friends houe-t. They have Certainly been shown to have e .niuiitte I more frauds and peculations on the noverniio iit, in the year they have been in power, thnn all the administrations which have proceeded them. And this is shown by th'drowti com mittee of inve-t'c'atioii. Is li Tri t'.' bead the l'eun.ri'.nl'lc article in rejrard to "Cmv. Va'e-' Sanitary Move ments." t'oiuit.j frem s i re-pcclalile a pa per as the A'nc l'o. Ilio'. and n icpublic an paper, t "... vie presume it won't be con.-id-ere treason to pnhlidi it. (Juniors uf the-ame sort have been va ry current in private cir cles, for sonic time. They uro now public, and niu-t be admitted by silence, or dis proved, lor th" lion, i of the honor of Mrs. Ileyn dd the governor -hail try at thccdainauiL ret. ,rts. our state, and for , we suooest that lea-t, t ; i-prove I ' I ! I: is now known that (leu. Itaitis hi the nri;(! of iiliiniine t. toriicdoc vvithi works at i i.rktovvn. w i:ii the d slll ol Colli our troops mittiti the w hole. ale niiirdcr of inisi.-tiie same I, ains. vvtio, us lieutenant Colonel of the I'nire I Mutt s army, mustered in the first Verm u.t regiment at this place nl, in a year a;;o. We tlioiiht then he was the nu anc-t mini we bud ever seen in Ver mont ; we know now that he is the iimm coii- iimiuati' villain we ever s:1w- anywhere. 'iullaml ILrall. . ' """v ''" '" s procni.na turn is expose j by- . sentence in Senator W ade s spec,. ,, .day 2d; lie says : vourcounnatr-ln-i hic? in the m u't did and neve,- will -o one inch beyond the .,.,, .ot , . I I.'ij '. 1 .. 1 'l 1 T!... ..I ..l:... i , . il . . o.o.o. -i lo-v.uoc, ,Mi"ie oe oocis mnr tail law. 1 here he must pre-cribe rub I here he luust i're-cr:bc rnlei yyb;!,. he holds it. liut the inoinent lie in uuuid that moment all hi- rules ;uii reonln. tions tire eoiif with Ids removal, 'flint is till there is about it." . . Are you in favor of tie is and the union as it was eos,,,uo as to this question will tell who .re seccsimiis:s and disunimiists. and who are not. The man who puts conditions to his answer, or who, iu answering affirmatively, will not pluntdiiinself squarely in the union ranks which ure form ing to beat buck ubi'litionism us well us to overcome nriiiea secessionism, may verv pro- I perly be doubted in bis professions of loyal- I iy. .itu-H'jij iimtx. - A firemen's tournament is to be held ut Morris, Illinois, en the 4ih of July. Four silver trumpets are to be ollered n jirize-. The Boston Pu.it says if the syt,.,i f lien Wood's speech in coiigrc, which u has -is correct, lie ought to be appointed a cul uuder JefT. Davis. en, 1 1 el CongresH yesterduy passed two bills, iuun licipation of the rebel army arriving imtne ijiutcly in Vsshingtnn. It wnuhl be profitti ble to keep a small rebel army near Wash ingtoti to march upon the capital occasionally when legislation luos. Cikayo Journal. The mitm-raiis friends of Capt. Shedd will be glad to learn that he has been promoted to the rank of major. Had ho desired it, he might huve gone higher gome time since. Altdo JltCurd. The Iribune again had a opasm thin inorn ing becaue the Miiiincation bill did not pass unanimously. I'crhups when we get a full report of tho vote on it, we shall see that some of the more ultra nu mbers voted Ugainnt it, because it was not radical enoneb v juogu mm uj ne me case. juurnut, A ehe-rebel writPH tn ui that the our paper caused her dog to fall down i It does neera to nave that ellect upon many dog! of both eexes. Luuitville nal. V . 1 . Tl. . nnsBiia to us, i'truri whuiuo Liruvusi i nurshul of Kansas is going to drive out all i the thieves, rascals, &c. 1 From the M. bows Republican .0'Ml VATIW XAMTAHY MOVK- We find the following in n enrrespondenco of the New York World. We cun scarcely credit in statements ; and only the high re spectability of the journal which publishes it would In! with iin a warrant for reproducing it. It is proper, however, that it should bo brought under the eye of Gov. Yates, in or der that he may make all necessary explana tions : ISl-KlifcoS", SVH't AMI MAY fAHTIKf. MoMKKI.V, May '.. The public will have boon at iiied In i-ie the laudable efforts o tiie ii'illi'iritio ainl pat riotie citiolis of the western stales, to nllevi ate the t-ti k and wounded soldier with this urtuy. S;uiit.'iry (Hiiiiissi in,i. hired Bur geons, nurses and others have lloeked here in hirctl numbers, and the ''olicriil l.eliel' is that they have been instrumental iu earing fir ; thousand" of our sick and wounded. One j case haR just been brought to our notice by responsible authority where the government j hns been the vietim o n remorseless nviiidio, I and w hat wax designed at an errand of nn-rey 1 eoiiverted into a frolieking parly, I iovernor Yates, of Illinois:, it is related, Icloornphod to j lien. Ilillleek lit Pittsburgh, that ho was d" ! sirmis ol accompanying a corp" of Mirge..im ; and nurse up the Tennessee for the juj r j -. I of caring for the wmneled in tins expected j battle. I'Oti. 1 1.iiif 'k replied, instnietiiig I' d. Parsons t i nr. vol ,n to prueie iran-ponai on imo, St. I,oui,f.,r (in,: )o', e..-i.. nwl inn-srs. ; Col. I'ari-uns at e ..rd-Ted the eaptaui ol the eoveriiineiit chartereil Mealie r 1 Lampion t'i reserve r-'"iiit'r 'mn rii'ir )jnii' )nii -!:. The result of which va- a ).:u"y of ladies and eiitleiueii. to nrly a linielieil, p it on board, the worthy :ocriior statinj.' that lie had chariered the bi a' en accoiliit ol the stale. The trip down the rivr was a scene ol fes tivitv, gaiety and luxury. At on" point on the river the limit Was Mopped four hours to aceoniiii iilate a few "I the leaders in a stroll through tic woods lor the purpose uf seeing I some curious spi iiis. l.y an unusual IreaK ol ti! I v, Oovernor 1 atcs app uiite.l u .Mrs. KevriobN, the wile M a liciiti natit in tne ar- ln: n ,(jlir ,, v,,hl,.ers. To keep up the puerile fancy, thi lady-major was placed in command of the b ml The joveruor and the fair tiinior were the last to return Inmi their nimlJi UH u;, ll(,t tll(il. W11, jn ,K, W(K .t Cairo this precious crew W(IS swelled to the list of n hundred. Lards, dancing and merriment was the order ol the day. Wines, scours, delicacies and nanitaiy stores were consumed by the quests utile servcdly. On their arrival at I'itt buroh ccr tain persons on the hospital boats sent over to the l.'liiiuipion for nurses to assist lln ui in their attention to the wounded, but m l oe ici miw rulitiitivrnl. It further appeals ! that onlv three surgeons p.l on board at St. ; Louis, the rest bcin merely curious pleasure j seeker. j We learn lurlher, that (iovernor Vutes, mi his arrival, did lit. doubted injury to the cause, j ' perhaps in i-cioindy. by ti lling the sol- j ' dii is that any ol them who were uiialde to ! ' liuin h ttoiiel le-st.'tif back to the river, the1 i',ii," j 1 1 . 1 1 I w 1 1 it-1 1 was that a hundred and ten men out of one rciiuoiil, and a hundred j i and tiltecn out uf niiolher, availed themselves ; ol the npportuiiily cau-elessly. 'I'lie-e we j iibiiiit as indignities which oii. hl to be made , l liulllie. Tin: im -M to oil. Al l. i.v. KlUioit A 10. 1 s :--I :i la .t eveiiinc's Aniu you uietiti"!iei the excursion to Coal Valley. I'einiit me to ay that the trip was a delight lul one. Tin- weather was just libt for a full bail lay's enjoyment, tmd no d to liinl Ins shale of it. levee at about s o'clock n. tie oi' the parly 'I'he train left iu , and arrived the lev at Coal Valley at '. o'clo'k. ! cars the excursion'! uiari'hed l.i.'ivinj; the . the shaded hint!' southeast of ihetovvo, -urr und 'd the eel's; nlii'r school hou-e, and "mi. three c,e which the school was dismissed ( the re- mi.iiid' r of the day . After M'lecliiiu; suitable places lor arrnii inj; tables.-, or rather -yreadin cloths, tho rcal subject, dinner. Was then orepared for, whiie a majority ol ih" iiumbcr vvcie busily ciiae.l iu athcriii: llovvci.s, with which the blull's are Lciiut'uuily decoraled. The yoiine, iadie- of S. 11. Hnidy's ,-choul wove ,i neauiiiui wri atn ol llower am ur en K leaves. nd, approaehino; Mr. Makes, with appropriate ceremony, placed it upon him as a token ol their appreciation of l,,s kindness. Alter conducting him to the post of honor, nt dinner, a splendid ealiowa" pte-eit"d t"him, the cereiu'inies bein conducted Icy Miss. Mary Atkito. n. Hiiiiier over, n.. thine; was left to be done hut to enjoy the day. The hills and valley swarmed with children, cujrcr lor iievv-lound I'lea.-ure-i. At nli ml. I o'clock p. ni., liio lou t v left the i V alii v lor Home, all tired, ve n laonv. An I'- ,,;n,atc count was -mule while re!urninK, of ,, ,,, , ,:,. ,. . n,,,t showi,.,v ,.,, , , ,WV-,m, . It is be- ",iU "",'"K'""i l "' 111 ! tl"' ''';1S' "j 'ViiK-t.t ol the day. 11.. II I. . , 11 . I , .... .'a. wanes, ami an oim :'.., vviio ailcl in ,,;.;,,,,!,:,. i . ,, ,. . , ., , ' ' " 'fe n' Is' 'l. it. tllfl ,1111 LO I Mi UH C IO 'I'll i ol the city, may feel as-urcd that their kin.. I t"i m'Kt ,',"1y nppreiiated ami in doiuu ; il they have couiencd u real benclit upon the i youni; ""Iks, who will Inner reineinber them , wi,h IlluatuIl ,. licctions. II. Hock Island, Mav -'.Hh, iN'.l! The state ilcnt of Imiiaiui has been de tected in issuing over l.'Jliil.DiHJ of fraudii- lent bonds Col. T. J. Turner, of Freeport, hn again been obliged to return to his home, out of health. Saddle and Harness M A X I' F A 0 T O It Y . In the basement ol'the lare liriek-lilock. in .Mar ket square, nl t lie City Scales. V. K CI I run. IlA. WINii bee tl appointed by Julius. S-hule his agent. to conduct the aliuve biimuesa ( aii I'itiM n'l.i:. Tlldsf. winllllllf to Oil V I'loein in.l ,,v,c), ('" any ariii ic o, the iihnve line, are "res icctl'ully lnviti.,1 t jine him a call. .1. Scliulz"', by , , , A. K.ITTTKU, Agent, Hull. l-iii,,i " ' Dec. CliVS'PAI, ICE! 'I 'ill' ritiiscnticr williurnish his X '" and 'he oihiie g,.(.tll dd custom. , VV ill) s i i i: i o u i ( i: during the cuuuug season 'jliailtitie prices to nun. liy careful attctiton the wants of the pithii, , fcopL'S to merit a continued patro tinge. P. M. SINNKT he uay hxprts, (Sundays excepted) 9.(10 6.-15 I .. P- Night Eiprtss (Fundays cxeent. dl 9.00 n. m. .00 Mendoti Accou,mod;,tion a.on p. m., 10.00. m c-li- U a.m.mom.nd, Siuperinlendtnt. MlIICAr-O. lU-M.IY(STOV A- oImTTI ..r!"0?,t,.,ear,.V,s,.utu,! '.,,t"n .q-. I'istrictuf Culumlda. . I .,. t t..(.L- '. . . s..-w . .... . v ouuion ot Jlutlers proclamation of Jt, !,,. ,,,-,b,v continued bis argument , . ' 1 . ' ,S,.'T i'r''""" I Kiirht nf' tne 1st. Its bos,,,,...,, I. l,,,,,r Pl,n,i,,,,,,i . ... ... ., . ' , . ' --"""iu. mi ncreny give puDiir noiict that, l.y " - I itAinuu.lli. 1 1 v .., ' v" : snow tuuwrit cuilil not lie reiuseu. llie 1 vuiaenl the power in me vested, I will on S AT- n nt. 1 ; . . 1 . . . Ill tn, ri.u-s. , , , .....:,. i,,,;,,,,,,.,! ,!. .,,!,) n,lt 1 1 umv Till,- nsr nv il- s. , v ..... a cood', leave and arrive at Chicago ai 1 be Adams est.re.s 1,fliee is onenn.l I 1" V. - , . V . " .. ' , i V.'. 7. . V. 1 ,r. ' , i 1 lonowi 1 ti, ,. . . , .' ,1. -, grant uie prayer, nun lo-unv sum nil a o oral " i-n v cinr .1. .i. in sain uav, at me JOUr- . .. I 1 "oUias A. I Ister ntinuunco.1 lumu.lr s .1 1 1 . . , . .i ' . V'.t i Court Hi.i.u. ... ti. 1) . u j . By Telegraph. Kteliuh'tly far I he ItaUy A njiu. Battle of Hanover C. II. JlElsEL, JX)SS 1,000. oi'K Loss 31 r ; THE KKBEI.S COMPLETELY ItOI'TEl). Tif rtluh I'liiifiirrnl nl purl 1'ihiw O.ir tnui'lnr ufunjiii t'Jt'iit thnn '.,,'.,?....... ttj'jifonijittty t.'tirrtrilnu State t.f ittt'nirH at .iA,oc. Xnr fulk, .V'"' hltim.i, ilr, L'ltfm "'"; '" h.llml 'Yo,.Ji ih II'' 'I'nt'i ... i lliili'mlt Ivil yit m-ftijntit lit ''( I'lxy,, . I TKitn t' Jttiluft lit lihuhlj' f'J. I '... Vy.l(;'f ('A'. Vf) ('. s ,s. (.. i-. Telegrajiliur eiprikaly Cur tlic id, Va.iiim,'mN. May !, -li t. r:i ) .h Se.'. Slant ill that. It I.liini Ariu. n. Mc'lJleilan the battle of llano id the It i r r. II. i u!ti-d in the cnuinletu rout etielnv. - -ta'ed that wi. have tak"n it li) pri"on- erx. They eiiemy'H Ioh is set down ai 1,'iMH. Our no a buried lOnOif their dead. I 111 I' I M .''.To in L 1 1! I'll -i in rxlKil iinii mis- , , ... . , ,H was prineij iilv ,,, N ,rl(l ;,tr. ,1 j ,ltt , ( ;eorL'ia. I'r's'iners ( mi N. ('. suv they are very tired ol the war, und sav tha' their defeat will have n very deuioriili.lu clf ct on the rcted army. 1'olii l'li.i.ow, May "7, via I'airo'J1. -The ein uiy is believed to hare been largely rein forced. I u rin o the last three days, two t run- ports me known to have arrived from Mem-phi-, brioiiio i wo rc.;i incut" of infantry and three batteries of artillery. A pin t of this force was landed at I'nii- dolph mid the retii'iio ler N t upied on the Arkaii-as shore nearly oppo-ifc the lort of l-bind No. .'io, where our scout report them ei.oaje 1 in the erection of batteries. From this it is pre uno'd tiiey have conceived il new plan for the defense ol the two forts. Neither our llotilln or land forces have yet inade'ati nere-sivo movement, although pre parations lor mi attack arc iiuictly and stead ilv iniituriin;. so tlmt when tho time comes the ! i IlcUiV may be oii-Jy routed. lieserters and reii(ees eoiitinuaily arnvi indeed the wood hereabo.it are tilled with i them. Several who have just come in -cy the ene my iin- about to assail our flotilla u second til'll". A rolitio'o who arrived from Memphis on j Siindiiv savs a rumor vv. i-current in that city i that l't federal vessels bad reached White j l(,nt took up I'ol. Mansoti of Ky., who wase.i river. and established a blockade at ii mouth, j pee'ed to be e.xchanoed tor Col. Corcoran. and and the steamboats were thus cut oil Inuu al-o dipt I! .berlson of Va., Lieut. Whitaker, their I a-t avenue ,,f e-eape, nn. were to be : n privale, a lady, mid Mr. Lowe of Ky. 'I'he burned or scuttled on tin- appearance ol our j boat arrived at City Point on Sunday even'. licet. The next niornin,; lien. Wool's comiuiiuica- Luter II I'. M. "or iiioltar boat which I tioii was delivered, and on Tuesday an an have been -ilent lor some diiys have uain j sworwa received from lien. JIujrer. Colonel ipeliod Iin 'hots, lire' -. but have receiveil no reply t 0 I ill lillif k -uecessinii. Sii-i jin-liiinrj ili. May 'JS. The bridj" burti i d on the Kric rai.'r ad a! J 'tie-hop) is rebuilt and trains run regularly. From the I'otershure; Kxprcs, May 22: Au.'U-'.a, May 21 - The Charleston papers ol this iiioriiiii:' stai" that foil" federal vessels shelled C.le's (late and Iviabwa Islands yes terday morning. The confederate retired after burning their barracks. Im le's Island is 11 stole l " miles from Cluir- lleriild'sd patch, el Mill 'I'he iverl.ind th" ti allspol tllt i pur and d icmn mpiinv will lesuine I' letter,- in la days. I'a will i by I'uuauiii, un it) arranir-'iiieii' ol t io- oi mnniv with Van derbilt.for which I annum. is to receive SluO.lMHI per Times di-palch. New Uridyl'. Chickiihominv river, May 20. Within the pn-t three day th" disposition of the whole rebel army before Richmond has been changed. Instead of the rebel retreating with nil their supplies and camp ci jiiiiipae, towards the ell v, they are comiu; from it in Liriie numbers, -and are evidently determined t., New Orleans goiuls ol any klll'l will rit Here make a -land between il and t he Cliicahomi - j after be transported by express companies to iV. ! Norfolk. I'nrt-oiioiith ot- disport, except by "it was ii-cert lined beyond a doubt that li ; ;i. rmis-ion of the coiiiniandilig ca'iionil, ai.ii il II Mi 'i r . 1 ,11 f II '.Itlll II Cu'ci. of tin. ,..,..,. s.,e i then only after invoices ot tho articles have t'i,i"i men, i.e. -upied the p-oiind beivveen us and Klcliiiioii I. Ii vvi-i then supposed that our inarch into the city would be easy mid ru pel, ami ttiat an opportunity wool 1 so, n be j lie given the union cili'."n- of that place tn ; demonstrate their delight at being liberated 1 from ih, -eccssi my ike, but the a-ji.-.-t is coin- ' pie civ changed and numerous ituliciitioii.s ; invor the belief that our onward to lliehtnotid ; progr.-ss i- to be hotly disputed, i F.very hour troops are pouring out of Rich mond und depositing themselves along the line of the (.'hii kahoininy, going at some points only n hall a mile Irom it. A deserter Ironi a (in. regiment reports that i between llichinonil and -.Meehickviile about ' one and a hall to ilv from the latter place, ' three (la. regiments have encamped sine" i morning. 11" -ays Beauregard arrived in : Uicliiiionil on Tuesday last, and that a nio-t ii us nl'.cnipt will be made to save the city. Last night our ennboiit- i n the . I, noes riv i-r, threw a few shells into the rebel bntteiie-, : but widi what effect, we did not lenrt:. Yesterday we had cars running from West Point to the Chickiihominv river. This new laeility for getting supplies, gnus uml ammii- : nitioii, t i the army, can be readily apprecia ted. ' A deserter who came -in this morning, re i ports the tnaiiijbo'lv'oof the Confederate iiriny on the mn l h side of the ruilroail. I'he Tenn. doing pick- brigade to which he belongs, urr tl duty. The rebels claim they huve loO.i 100 men, but N i,i ii mi, be n.s.cris, will cover their entire force. Much dissatisfaction exi-ts imiong them, on account of the ciitincripti.ui act, and ninny would be glad to lay down their amis, did ,;t pride forbid. The lenders are determined to make a .stand, having chosen n position to-nr Richmond, for this purpose. N"r.iv York. May L.ith The steamer Mu tau.a.s brings no mails and papers, to the lsth. ii, .t.. i', r, l . .1. i? i. .... ' ., ,.,,.'......,:'.' ,,,,,', ..,', ,! no fays il our lira ve soldiers do not win a sut e.sfnctory peace we must full buck on the bnllott box, suggests nn amendment to the constitution, so as to allow the people to vote directly f'-T preis lent. An order (run- l'rovo.st Marshal French savs nil coffee In uses, barrooms, hotels, gaming, nnd billiard saloons must procure licenses immediately, under a penalty o( continent ion. i Gen. Kutler ordered the circulation of all Confi derate bills to cease ou the 27th. All! sales and transfers of property after that dav iu consideration of such notes will be Void ntid the property conliseated, one-fourth to . the inf .riiicr. and three fourths tj the United : !Mato, ! Another order suppre es the lice lorarti ' vie- in favor of cotton burning. I mo ollice n the lieo was taken possession union candidati' for recorder iu the 4tli dis trict. Victor Wiltz unnouuees himself as a cand idate for mayor, irrespective of party. Six tuTsous have been sentenced U lie shut for violation id parole given at Fort Jackson by organizing military companies for the reNej urmy. The firizo steamer Fox had arrived from .Savannah, also the prize steamer l iov. Mou tun, from Sabine. John M. (J. I'ltrker, formorlv at Ship Is land, in postm '.ster at New Orleans. Some cotton had arrived from I'lanueininn, and n quantity olproviHions from the intt-rior. (ien. IJutler forbids the observance of Jtf Iavis' day of fasting and prayer. lie had ul'o i-ued the order about women pn-vioii-lv reporti-d via I'orinth. i The Cr.'.-i'eiit is suppresed. ! Strict health regulations are establi-lo'd at 'iiaratitiiie. i V.iiim.T"N', May 2-stli. Inf.rniaiioii re- feived from lieu. Il.ill.'ek's eominaiel, dati;d ; ycfteiday, indicates that no engagement had j taken phe'e. o lurilii'i- particulars of lien. Hank-' af laii s liave b. eo rec-ivi-.l. i I'liov iijkm t: M.iv 'J., tj..v Win. SnraL'iie Was to-iav elected I . .S. senator. f'T six years (,.,., ii... J.l. ,.( M..i. I, .... ..I.,.,. .1... "..,... . r. ' - .1 o .. " "' '. " ,. ,,", ot .Senator .Simiiions extiires. He received 'J- .... , v illi's (.lit ..t 1 1 .( I .el. U'... lLt rixfilliip num. i regular noni illation in oppoiiion. I.Al.TIMiHK, .May -I iivtiniHt'-r in tin' I'. S. A fit v. If; bai t n in i In l.lljjelli . di.' l I OMIIV 'J Van csy. -day in this ar- N'mv VnKh . May 'J' - been received li'"lu XeW I'.li ii'.tL'i.- nave have I iri,.,n,v 1 1 , ,m ndiel s Min i s, pieteudiog to oive iiceoiiiiis ol the defeat o! iliilleck: also that butler robbed Ithe I'ut'ii con-uiate id i li i, I ii ii I, ijei'o.-ited ' there by an uent ol the banker, Hope, and i thai ail the cili.-uls made a iiauitiioUs pro ! test aiinsi it; tha' I'a' raut and l'.'r;er are alruid t'llaiiiat New Orleans on account of the m ih. ail i f which aud other foolish state ment were, oajo'il" prill'' 1 by llie hiarie Ma rina, which i-'-lu-ed to correct the statements, ttl'h n -J, proved to be fa'se. The la,t lilec' :iic,,uiit of Mav.'el. iilace the rrcn. h l"ice I", miles from I'uebla, with lo.ll"" Mexicans, ready to L-ive bntlie. S, oTl vessel l,nv,.;,ile.l Iron, llavaioia. for New l: leans, and in on- are ailvui-tiu'd, iu eludmj; two Spanish Mteatner.s. Two rebel -chooii'.-rs, with cotton, have ar rive 1. The IlritMi steamer Kd-.vard llawkins ar rived with a caro of Cotton, front Matauior- as and sailed for Liverpool. Nt vv VoKk. May -. A to the New York Moral 1, Ji'ith. suv s t'CCUl lilted di-paicb Nasiiviiie li :is.;Mit .hell and N- a.'le arrived h"re to- . T'lii'V ri.'i.ott ev cry thiii uuiet at Hunt.-. ''!': villi Ala., and uoi ii I'celini increasiiijj, Icre Clciocn.s and Jude McLean and lam- i ilv are anions the prominent unionists. 'lien. Mitchell .speiika ol his ponilioii iu Ala- j baiiui a periiianciit. l'o k i- MoNRof, via lialt'nuore, May 2v- j 'I'he sieauier Ma--acni-ett -i, which left Sun day uioriiiiii: tor City I'oint with a Ila;: o trui-e, rotiirued early this morning, l'l Corcoran und the other prisoners not having l iieen delivered up, Mans ,n and the officers I were br.nieht back. Hanson i very severe on linger l'..r his failure to fulfill his promises. I lur gunboat fleet still remains la or 2(1 miles below City I'oint. Nothing lias recently been done beyond a rccoiuioissaiice a short distance up the Appo matoina.x. A sipiad of the enemy's cavalry was -ecu on the bank. but a few shells scat tered 1 1)0111. No troops or citi.ens ate left at City Point. A steamer arrived Ironi Ilatteras thin uiorn in. but biians no new. There is no truth iu the report ol Ocnci-al Iluriiside'- occupation of K.ileih. The union i.risoners at Snliabury are mi the way to New York, bavin;; been released and delivered in (ien. Ii li r 1 1 i ij t', at Wilininjjliili. X. ('. Th" Norfolk Hay liook, which was sus pended yesterday morning, re-appeared in the ufteinooii the restriction havine; been re moved in eoiiscipienee of th" frcipteiit vioiit tioii of th" orders prohihitini; trade with Nor folk and Portsmouth. A new- and more strinoent order was to day issued as I dlows ; Hcadii'iarter.s, I lepurtnieiit of Virginia, I .May .'tn, liiJ. been furtii I, with names of those to whom and w hoiii they are to be de- they bid livered. llercalter no more v-.-sel not. employed by the iiriiiy or navy will be periuiited to go to Norfolk" Portsiuoutli or ( io-port, or any other place on either side of the Bonds, not occupied by troops of the United States, except by ex press nu'.horiiy of the commanding general. Any violation of this older will subject ves sels and property t . seizure and conliseiiMoti, and the persons who may be the cause, di rectly or indirectly will be severely punished. liy command of Major (loneral Wool.. (uite a disturbance took place in Norfolk last night. It is said to be caused by a negvt shooting a corporal named duo. Barker, Co. K. '.I'.'th X. Y. regiment The disturbance be came general aiel toe greater pari i ttiecoiu puny was . .I. Ti tin ocs Were ! n.,i and two Wounded. Six ..I' tl T. asci e ling l,-,i,le il.iV mint V ol v; re sen' to the Rig linn ers were airc-tcd. I n; ic : All is ipiict now. ; Ni:w Yokk, Mav - i h ur market ctS better with lair demand. s4,2fln -4,-10 super stale; s-l.o.'ial.bo extra stale: Sb-oa l,'tn su per western; S l,."i."iu l,',lo couiiuon In niediuni extra western; .a,i l.'iao, 1 5 eoininon to medium I .-hipping 1, lands extra R II 0. I Wheat lc lower. t'Otil.We Chicago spring; 'JoulO-J Mil club; s. 1" timber Mich. Wbiskv 'Jo'laHMA, ijiiite tirui. ' 0 .t K'l 00 J . New Orleans, May IS, via New York 2S. A muiiii-ipal regulutioii ol the city of New Orleans puiiishcs with imprisonment in the calaboose any woman ol the town lound in the ' street after nightfall, or who may converse from the windows of their house with persons oulside. This is doubtless the punishment accorded to women who may insult our Sol- , diers, under the general's proclamation. St. Lot is, May '10. The Cairo correspon dent of the Republican says troubles are breaking out afresh in western Teuues-ce. A considerable lorce of rebels is said to be at Trenton, r.-ady to niai-eh on I ni"ii Citv and Hickman. Inioii men from Wick I ill' and Ohio counties were flocking to Hickman for protection. l'oiir or live hundred icled cavalry are st.i tinned near the mouth ol Obion river, await ing the drying up of the swamps in that re gion, to plant a buttery and prevent the pass age of our tiniispori o on the Mississippi. A paroled prisoner from New Orleans the l."tn. says lien. Novell s loives are still at c.mp Moore, .lucksun, Miss. AsiuvnToN, May '.".Ith. Recently John I'o.an, Ksi.. presented to the circuit court, the petition id Ianici llreed, lor a writ of habeas cor) us to Marshall Ramon, lor the discharge ol a coiord num. claimed by a citizen of Mary laud, as his slave, on the ground that said al leged fugitive is illegally detained, and the re straint and imprisonment are not authorized by the fugitive slave law, of lSo". In other words , that the law does not apply to th l-nited State, or refused just a, well a, on j the writ. l urther argument will be Heard to-morrow. , The fugitive slave law continues to be, en- I forced, l'uring this month about 50 blaves j have been returned to their claimants. ' PKOrLIVTI0 Iliailey liavonporl, mayr of the city o , Koi lv Ulmid.ilu hcrebv (Jeclnre nectiua twu ii, ol' an ordiimiice pBed Aiaimt Mil, '', nu titled "n unlince,' relatinf to l"t runii.nu lit lare, to be in Core liuin tloi (l ite. Uiiteil at hock liland tloi Kith il.iv of May, 1M.J. ft.UbKV IjAVKM'CK T, Mnyor. M'KUEU DEVs"hT any friends in Uaveic pint, Iriw; opi'titd ;i n loam li nllii i in tic I.e. : t Jaire Illume, fur Hie 'irtollllii'Hi.itiiill ol ttioKC w liu j wish any work in my hue. 1 niiull'lic at the I.ri:i.nre liouMr,l'n,ia s A. M. to 12 J M.,eery il.'i eirejit Sioolan. Ttie luihuoe ot tlm tune I xlinll lie nt in; ullicc in l(in:k I xla nil . 'lliankful lor pint Ihvora nml ..tt roie'li'e, I hope to rei eie it noitiiiiiiiace of the Mime. III.NKV IIMIIKI.. Hoi k I'iiinil, May Sih, Iso. ow v(mii;tiii(. m;h, am uiir i:u:hii:udy hams: MOHEHOUSH'S D-XTKNT K Kit' ISKN K HIRNKKS for Lumps I' .. ., ... ... , ', il HO'ioi v olu nt as, itri'iiuoiliu lie. iinmi A J ' e loioinical liulil ever iiivi-nted ; Hill not oiikiimih neire than ioie-h:ill tlieoilliir elllllllii'y lailipA di, ; I! v i . a iTilit htiolv ilear liht s will lit vvitlniul alti-raliun, llie IvioiiM-ne ainl i'lind I. imps now in niie. Also Lanterns eniii'iinin sa til leirnir, tar ft it oTior to any now in n.c . i nr .;nr i'v iin: iiiimtiiii rm inrnri' ik i iijoi'ii ''V " S' t 'iod on Illinois street, I'll Im e Hon I also livjolin Italic, on (lie tornt-rol pniliilo and buck llm r still t. 'I'lii- Hiiii-'TiOcr lias llie c. lu-ave nt ney and ri'lit of sale in buck Uland I "inity, Ills., and M-ott ( 'on u1 , piu a. l.ilienil dihiaiunt to Acnti,. II. PUWAItV. 1.. M III I (.hi , J-.OOK IJliN 13 I i I'ii.'I O'l'i.c JlllHiiill;, I) W l;M'OltT. ----- IO A. I l-l' W(l;l d in tl, ncuie.-i manner, ill ninl at rea-oiui.le prices. ! . 'f""M H."'k, .M-.im.- or Newspaper l-ite hoaml in the tin uiiinner and at lnut in t.cc. Kcl3 il'iwil I V'KW SIloRT LIN F, TO CINCINNATI. ! l : Uittiniii'tli & (hifast Airl.iiie Hailr'il I folly null's the slioriest ronle to-Ciui iuuiiti, In I iliiinapidis anil J.onisville. I P.seii;!er 'i riulin leave U est side I'nnui l)eiot, v oilier Mndigon and ( anal streets, Clncto, as lul j Inns ! Imv ICviiress and Mad 7. ('0 a. in. i Snndav s es- eeptiil) iinivui" at Ciucniniiti 11.00 p. in. Nijfht Kvprr ss 7. JO p. in. iSntiirdiiys exc(pted) arriving! at Cincinnati !i.:',!i n. in. Ketur-nni! Leave I'inciiin.-iti at 7.:'.(l a. in. mid 7. HO p. in., arriving at I'locaeo 7.:iu p. in. and s.Jo a. in. .Malioic. close inniiectii.ns at K'okeino with Pern liidianajinli.s r.iilioad tor Indiana io!is, .Ictl'cr- i sonville, Louisville, u ml all mints in Ivcntiicsy ' and Tennessee ; at Atnlersnn ami Kicliiiioiid tin , I ' 1 1 1 ii .i . Ili'illnntiiiii, I il.ana, Xenia, ( uliiinlius, 1 with .Marietta & I'liicinnati and Ki. Murky central ! railroiolH, tor all points in sontiiern nh.o and cen ' Iru Kentucky : ilh Louisville Pitislnirj! packet coin i.in limits, fur all points en the (lino itivcr. I lomili In kets may he olitiiined at nil the : principal railroad ollires in the norttivvest, and the I couiiiinj"s ollii'.e, No. I3:( Uaudoili street, under j Slinini.in II. .use. SAM. A. LKWIS, j Wcnl'ii Pass. Aii't Chicaijo. .loos' lliiiv.Mir, ,lr,, Cen. Sup't, Kichaioiid, Ind. I'. K. Km. i.oi r, lien. Ticket Air't, do ii v i) it o - i: ( i. i: ( t i ( i i: i:. (Iliiford Place, Muhiie Avenue) IMH Iv IsMMl Illinois, (MB. t MILS. T. S. PBICK, Physicians) !S now open ol' Acute ai ien for the treatment of nil forms and ( lironir Inse-ise, hv a tlnuimh i nursr nl M A I KU III l'i. l I , in ci n- nectiioi witli Clairvoyant l'.aiiilnalioiis ami Ml'Olt A I. PlllSI KII'TIONS. The 1 1 on so and (iroiiiids ure finely al.d healthily located, with xuoil trittrr, and fsmi:l hhcaca and all the uceCHsiiry iippliaaees lor successtiil treatment. Mrs Price will pay especial -iltelition to the practice ot obstetric and healing leuiaie discum. in vvlncli she is very nci slu! STOVES AND T i . W A It i: C II K A 1".! Those wishing to purchase anything to be found in the stock of sUII.I.U .V, 1,1 ill). can save money hv ciiilini at tlieirold stand where a good assurtineitt can snll he Inund, vv Inch will he sold at a Inrce diBeouut, if necessary. A li'ioil One Horse IVnsrim a till llariu'ss, Hiiitnlde lor general Imsinc or Peddling, lor snle. Almi a huge lllaiksiniili's Itcllovv.-, in good order. I'. I.. H ';('( I.M , A inee. Km k Jsbmd, May Slst, IMti:'. tnsvJ2ilw(l- S10P IMVIXti BEST! : : $ irr,oo . r will buy a neat, l ouilortahlc llnck Douse and Lot centrally located. Tilie perfect. I'm liirlin. r i,iiti,iai!ar.i ueuire lit linn ollice. in i0 Cwtf. TKl SILK'S SALE. 1 ' IIEKKAS, Hiram I'ittsund E. Trances P. Puts, his w ife, ly res Pitts and .Margaret II. Pitts, his v, He, Khas S. (oilicrt and Caroline K. P. (bliiert, his v;IC, ami Ibileun Pitts and June A. Tuts, los v lie, by deed ilnti ii September 1st, H . D. is.is. tdiiveieil to Jul n K. Dillon the real es tate in s iul ilei ,1 described, which deed was re corded November llllh l-.js, in Hook 27 of Deeds, page 1 10. i.l'ihe ick Island county, Illinois, lie cools, being all ol'biock eleven l'l, all ufblnck twelve I'Jj. and lots one 1 1 and two 2 in block thiricen l.'lj; a, I ol blocks seven 7 and eight jM. and the west half oi'nlwk five p-"i as sliuvvn on .t no I'v a pial made by Dmiel P.igin, county sur veyor, and winch said "plat has been iluly tiled fur record vviih the recorder ol'saul countv ;' s.ml real estate beine ;i iiart id Pills, liilberl mill bills' s,.- rouil A.nlito.n in the town ol' .Mobile, as shown hv ! s.iiu r.'ciiieii pi,u, ami i,y the sanl Heed to the said I'lllnn ; And w heieas, at the time ofthe execution f ' ' "v ' " 1 i. n.i.u uiiuii, i ii in, .iiiitTl at ritlB I O,'r"s"1lio,"i' ,i ,"t'"','k I"Nf'l" ' t;,",k' ! ... ' "r';"n rlwuU 1,1 llw l,,ll,'r nil ilceil tn llie saal llillon. 'ills, liilhert i I'.li. tirta. as shown hv rert:m, ,,r,i,,.s..r ;.. ,1... ! possession of .mil ('ok. I ,lln i ln l lev - And whereas, said 1. Iln, ,n t e u i.t dav ul' Sele,l,er Is'.S , v , S.llo I .t U.1V i ! said Dillon, iu case ..ml t,.3 t:ld(, hv .t,. j ; hert M'itt should m.t be paid wuhiii three iiunitln 1 j alter due, io advertise said above described pro-i peity ti,, sale, In gm.. r week.' notice of Ihc 1 lime aiui ,...,01' ol sale in soine ties, snaoer onlilisli. ...I in U....I- l.l i ,i '. '. , '7 ,11. .1 ' ' '"iiiois, which sale ; - " "-h1 v nl "inner njr casn, aim the pun h-iser er purchasers,. ,,t t;ti to a absolute ilcc.l lor the prone rtv soUl And whereas, the notes m ule hv puts, ;,lb(.rt is Pitts hue not been fully paid; And whereas, tn secure the same debts, Pitts, (blhert & Pitts also pledged the loll, . w mg notes, all dated July J, ls.',7, to w,t: 3 mites made by S. Dahb.f, oi'fioii e:..li(i eiiu, : 3 ,,., Ina,e eJv J. D. baker, lur JIL'7 :.0-lull each : li notes made byO. S. i;,l!,t. . tr Jlls 7.,.iuueaeh; 5 notes inaiie liy Kilward Phillips, tor $1M3 7.'i-lull each ; nlsu two other notes nn,,!,. ,v the said rhilbps, lor Hs,l each; 2 noles made "by Jno. lluckley for f-'oo each; 3 notes made by Alen. K. Swa'nder, f -'TO each, nnd one note made hv Joseph ami Mary I'oii.i tor $MI 12-11)0, with Itke'now. r to sell il,e ame if Puts, (iilhert S; Pitts made default in the " said real estate and notes pledged as aloresnid.or I so imu h m said property as n.nv be nccessnrv to Uiiy the said ludtbtedness of' Puts, Gilbert & JNO. F. LiLLUN, Trustee. ( a?r'l 2 iiw THE SEWING MACHINE, willi all the recent iHipruTtiniwiU. t.ltr.AT Ki:il'(TION l PHIti:! Iluit mid I'lit'iipetl Muiiiil'.icliiroy and Kuinily Mai liiiien in the world. HM. I. OIMIS Abont, t'nrner ol- Jeiiernon und (Irlenna atreeli, op (unite I iiion Square, buck Island. nniyL'Hidn tf Till: liEsi" 'M E TO 151 V ! iuxn SI IOKS, ia at K. 'I L'KM' IC'', in Palace S'tuare. He sells " 10 irt ( lieajn r iliau any oilier t'iarc uest of .III. I win call deiiend tlmt liny articlu Veil 1M-I of I lion i ju.t evsctly what he tueoiiiiueiuU it to he. lie ho. A VKKY LARGE STOl'K of all kinds nl jjouds in hi. line, and lie Won't he I iiilci'nold hv unyl'ody in thin region of country. Ilv nl net iilteiitniii tn the waiitH ol the public, lie noj'Ca to ri i.oii ail in mil custmii In Ins lint iiiiiuy new ones. Kt lucui'ii-r I he jdace 1'aluce P.ow ind add near limit S'lU ire. iu:iy'."',i!ti'. K. TI'liN'r'.K. iKtua Insurance (xiinjiajiy, IIAriTPO It X3, liiUI, . 1, lltih! LOSSI-S AIUISTLI) AMI Hll, il Uriel. Mines und Contents, il Dwellings iinii Contents. I Itiick Miup. t Itiick Stithies. SeUled lor ( ash, About $ 17,000! .!. M. Ill I'dKD, Al-ciiI M.iy:'!i,d : . He k Island. M'AXTS A I10IK. VNY perioii who wishes to adopt u little girl, about two yenrs old, can hear ol a chance by enquiring ut the Areas office. Good recioniiit iiilaliniis will he rcipurcd. ihssoijtion of part.i-:ksiiip. The pnrtni-islnp lieretnfere i-sistum under the firm ot' Hubert L'on x l'o., is Ihis .lav dis.solveit by mu tual consent. All null's am! occounts due the late firm must be paid tn Unlit, lion. UiiHKHT DUX. .H sN AH II. CASK. Hock Wand, May Jul,, 1m;:.'. The undersigned vv ill 1 ontiniic the business at the old stand Thai klul lor past patronage, he hope to receive a cont.iiiuilion of the Maine. HdllKHT III IN. i:li:i no oth i:. roTICE IS IlKUKliY (il YEN" t lint on y I ill silay, the I illi ilav ol .lune, next. t the Court house, ia the town ot Hock Island, nnd County of Hock Island and Slate ol Illinois, nn election will be held fur the follow ing purposes, viz : To vote for the adoption or rejection of the Con stiiutiou, and the separate articles nnd sections Kiiliinitli'd, as follows ; For or against the new Constitution, loir or againnt the articles prohiiutiiiL' hanks. Kor or against the delusion el eeroes and .Mul- altoes. I'or or against the right of suffrage and ollice of Neerocs and .Miilatines. For or against laws for excluding NeL'roes and -Miibittoes from coiiiuig to nml voting in tins State. I'or or against Congressional aipuitiuiinienl. Which election will he opened at S o'clock, in the iiiornnii;, anil will cmiliiiiie open until (in'clock in the al'lenioiiu of the same day. (Oven miller inv hiiiid, at Koi'k Isiand, ihc i!2d i1 ay of Mav, A. D., IsOl'. II. II. K1JIHALI., Supervisor nf the Tnwn nf Kork Island. IS62. li SAINT MlSSOIItl KIVEU IS(i2. i c k c I I, i n c . OfSKril AN'U OMAHA. IN HI.N.M.CI 1U.N WITH THE 11 A XXI HAL d' .ST. JOSPPll PA ll.PttA D. sti:au:k o.mviia, Cajiiain K. il. PWIL'UKVAI., S. Ku. Dav, CPk, !Ti-:.uu-:it hot im, ( apt. J. I). IKHIPLH, V. W. Coi'KLAM), C'l'k, Will Liave SI. Joscpli Tri-Hpfklj, Piti liig the season, Kor forest City, White Cloud, liulo, Arago, As piuwali, llriivniville, Heckpoit, Sonura, Nebraska City, Plntlsni, null, Council lllull'a and (Jinalia, on llie arrival ol the e.vpiess passenger train from St. bonis and the east. The boats nl tins line are conniKinded hv skill- lul iiini evpenenceii uliicers, ainl haw been care fully overhauled and refitted in the lust manner to insure c.iinil'urt nnd safety to jmsseitgera and shippers. l'o 'I ravelciK and Shippers to the I ppir lissouri. Western Iowa, Nehraska Territory .ind the Cold Mines, this line is recuiiiuieniled us sale, cvpedi. tious and reliable. Uvcrland Transportation Companies At Ni braska City and Omaha w ill receive freieht from this line for Denver, Salt l.ak JVC, Free of Charge. This route oilers to passengers and shippers finin '''0 ca'1 n",re ''utter facilities thnn any other. I imULAtn LIM 1 KAl if I,v "Utl.orz.ed Agents for tins line ci'pnl cities in the cast, Chicago a Tl RfltT.H PI IVT R CTK MAtiL- in all the prin ,'C -'.,.. .,.,tB Jllu i. ,, ,r $ ",u , I .7 -"! i "'"'"o c1"'"' l",,nvt n lid t he (.old Ml lies, Will II nU It muc I tl) their nd- """ 1 h,u;' 'I ' S 1 K A ML. II AI,l'.X. MA-IOKS, Cnpt. SAMCEL Bl'HKS, Jno. A. Nicr.i.v, CPk, will leave latan. the terminus of the Platte countv r-iilro. ol . l-.il, t, i-..,, i,.,... , . ' " """"i i.i'iiveii- worn, City, v yanilotte and Kansas City and turn 111 tune to connect w it Ii the express train going r,i si pi.i io,; ua V . .1....;....'. T 1. . n n I .esrum iB ivi.yiiii; .-I. JOS, pi, ill l'..K' p. 1,1,, On arrival on the II. & St. Joseph trams from the cast, win arnvs si Leavenworth nnd Kansas City i.i ii. i.; i... ,nc i-oiiies ma ing iur i.awrence, lope ka, Kurt Riley nnd Port Scott, next dav. Tickets .Sold on Board ut all the Boats, via llannitial mid St. Joseph railroad, to all points ... an. ,., me oiucrciil rouies. All freight consumed to tins line, at St. Joseph, w ill be forwardesl by the boats free of charge for linndling. Kor further information address, It. KOKD, Superintendent, )t, II y. KCROt'snM, Sc'y, M. Joseph, Io, SrRGERV FOR DISEASES OF TIIE EVE JX1 EAR, gms. m- J- B TALKER. 117 South Mt. Clark etrect, Chicago, Oculist and 0 Aunst, gives his undivided attention to tins important specialty, nnd performs all opera- uniu voiiuei im v.1,11 i ipni mi i in ic anil Aural Sur ery. C ertain diseases of the throat which W u,uentiy ca -se ilcatneaa, nnd noises in the hsad, will also receire special ntlentioti. jMT Elimination Free. V. V. Hoi 2s27. ItOCIC ISLAND II PUUJMX FIRG INSI HAXI E ( O.MI'AM , CITY or H.MlTF0i;i, COXX. t'afiifal aud Surplus, . $501,701,73 MTV FIRE ISKn: rO.MIF.lSY, NKW llAVKN.Conn. Capital, .... . sk5),ooo W. SOUTH WdUTII, Presuleiil. ; O.WKITH I T F1KK si It V( I CO., IIAKTFORI), Conn. Incorporated is 50. "''T' M(,uoo. i Continue to ta,nre Ileal and Pertni, .! n.. I of nil Kind-mi the most favorable tt rms ln-rty , ' "j..,iRKKXK '""'t. .loiiN II. Li iiHrni.r, Ser'v. 'I'he undersignnd having been npj it,, ,,,., ol the above respunsihle toinpanies, is pr.-U'iiiMl to insure buildings and their couleiits naniHl loss or dain ige by tire, nn terms as liivoriihlu a, .. other respunsihle company. Losses which these couiliaiiies may Biislaiti under Ins ngenci, will he liberally adjusted by l,e agent here ami promptly paid. Applications lor insurance prom ptly attended tn, by IIKIIMAV IT KM), A or .t. Ollice adjoining the p,t nil',,.,., u,,,., sI.,Mj LATEST WE WS. xVew Orleans is Ours NOW is the ti,0 t buy Sugar and all other Kinds ol (Jrocerus, us IV . Porry Is.elluigall kinds oflJroceries at greatly reduced prices, as he anticipates ihiwnlrill in guods, nnd wishes In make '-IJiiitk Sales mid Sinnll i'mlits." All wishing (.ood tiooils, al Rpasonable Triffs, Will do well to go to N. I'KHKY'S. s-4.A!l goods warranted n represented. M-.W DRUG STORE! M O t k I I. A S I). 'rilK subscriber has opened a ,Sin. iu 1 C.OTIIIC IIUICK, ue unur v esi oi inggs' .,.,velry store on Illinois street, where he has on hand and will keep a complete assortment nf fresh ami ,ur,. Drills and Medicines, ciir-:.ncAj, I'Kltl'UMIlHV. 'AXt'V, mid toii,i:t ;ooi), rent; W 1 X K S A X 1) L I QL' 0 Ii .S , for Medical nnd Culinary purposes, and nil of the reliable I ntent .M,:l,ci,ic. ami Medical prepara tions ol the day. ' Also s lull assortment ot Paint n, 'til.i, Vnrni.ih, Ilni.slics, Glass, J'utty, mm the best of Kerosene Oil Jirnxixa Pi.ciD! Physicians ,II t a t,-s i. i'rished win, Iresl. and reliable Medicines at reasonable nnce, Z-d I rescript,,,,,, carefully compnunde, , 01ld Medicncs dispensed by competent ,,d lenced assistants. i ii- vi-iil Hock Island, April S, ISU2. U" A VKitV J.AIiGE STOCK or wall Paper! AMI v i;ij,nv ii'i:i5i KK THE fsI'KLMi T11ADE. New ami Beautiful Styles lliraiitr thau Ever before ! Call and examine before innkitigyonrpu, chases. DKVoE & i Hampton, l'luuiiiier-s New Ulock, Illinois Street. ACAUEMY OF THE PiM.UtLATE (0(EI"fI0., 0 A V K M1 (I K T , Iowa. ryili: .Sisters of Charity would hereby in- lorm their friends and the pabbc ironerallv, that they have re-opened the above named acad emy lor the i:ih cation oi.' yoi;c; ladies. The course of instruction will comprise nil that s... ..., K,,ou r.i.nsa education. trench nnd (rerinan languages, music on the Piano, Cui tar and Dulcimer, Drawing, l'auitin(j in (til and water colors, and Crayoning, Plain and ornamental needlework, Knitting and Dress-making. The former terms are considerably reduced to meet the times, hut payments are required in ad vance, and From this Rule there will be no Deviation. Further information can be obtained at the ncademy or at the schools at St. Anthonys and Ste. Marguerite's churches. April ?, dv.if. Paper Hanging WILL BE DUNK BY PHILIP R. HEINE, nt the follow ing rates : COMMON TAPER at 10 CTS. TtR ROLL. FA.VCY PAPER at 12j CTS. PER ROLL: ALSO, PAINTING! ol every description, done cheaper than by any other painter in this city. X0TICE. THE undersdfrned would give notice that he ia prepared to procure a speedy settlement of Invalid Pension Claims, Bounty Monev, Arreara ot Pay, 4;c,due soldiers or tbair heirs.' having in his possession all necessiary instructions, forms, blanks, kc. E. D. SWEENEY. iS- - - ' LZS.. , -1 T -Uli. virt't'i''''''''