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Bow tho Hew» was BeoaivAd at XsOn
don and Paris.
Fabthkß Pqixt, C. !>., July 24.—Tho stesrn. ..Tho
*liti> Sorth Hriton, from Liverpool on the 13tU twenty
in«t.,«n<l bound for Qaebec, bos been inter
cepted off this point, and a most important
budget of nctre obttuued.
. Jb# Bteomsbin Ang)o^ason f from Quebec, ar- By Lai
]%ed at Ltrerpool ou tbe lltb nit. ByO. J
Tbe Advices br tbe Kortb ilrtton are lour ijjiui
tlars latter than thos.* furnished by tbe'steatner By lit
Africa, ooil are of a liii'lilr important churao- jjr^
ter» both in a political and nnancuu point ol i
Xt Crraa \Y. Field is a passenger, # and bas ac- •'
eompliabed ibe object of bis rtstt in oonnccUon
witli the Ocean Telegraph. To Bu
Tnx AItJIIStICR. ■ To Osi
Tbe Paris JfaniUar explains the circumirtan
ces atlendiug Ibe armistice, and eays that the ToJ
CTcat neutral powers exchanged communica
tions wiUi the
l>nt were nosuccesßful a* tbe French fleet wai Lo»b<
fcbout to commence bortilities against Venice, shingi
and a conflict before Verona was imminent.
"When Kapoleon, anxious to prevent further
bloodsbcil, ascertaiued tbe disposition of the BRI
Emperor or Austria, and finding bim willing, an'
nr«mt.t'!ce was coiWudcd. Tbe twoKtnperors krl
bad an interview on the 11th at Villa Franca. tjait, b
A uesputch from Turin says >apoleon has
issued a bulletin from Vallegio, announctng the
armistice, congratulating tbe troops on tbtur
cloricu* acbievemcnts, and annooncing his
immediate departure for Paris, gtnng.tbe pro-
, rineial command of tbe army to Jlarabal » al* jtv faq
Ka Tbo Lnodon Tlnut claims that England Kys,
brought about tbe armistice. Other authorities Coal,
give the credit to Fnissia. ; .
A Verona telegram says tbe armistice was
concluded only after repeated requests from the Flo®
French and oner Austria bad obtained all she
bad asked for. "
It was reported that Kossuth was to propose
a monarchal government for Hungary.
the peace niswaca rao* xapoleox to toe J^tu
eitPßSss. treai
Tbe following is a copy of tbe telegram from end<
Xapolcon to tbe Empress Eugenie announcing Con
that peace bad been concluded: Tl
Vauxgio, lltb—A treaty of peace bas been
B jrnci between the Emperor of Anstria and flaa
nTvcelfon tbe following basis: • mor
The Italian Confederacy is to be under the w jjj (
hon-narr Presidency of tfic Pope. A -
Tbe ivmperor of Austria concedes bis ngbts
in to the Emperor of tbe French.who whe
. transfer* them to the King of Sardinia. 30,0
The Emperor of Austria preserves Venice, unij
but she will fonn an integral part or the Italian
Confederation. Katoleon. J*°«
The dispatch of tbe Emperor, announcing the Spr
conclusion of peace, was bnlletined in Pans on jjj
the 12tb, when the French fund immediately *
. rose il percent. . C™
• The news did not transpire in London till and
after the official closing ol Consols, sales of jtfe;
which were made afterwards at i*6i, tbe rise du
ring the day being *. All other sccnnUes
closed buoyant.
Tbe London Daily Keut, saj s " tbe first hopes DO t
and expectations of Italy are deceived. Histoir .
will call Napoleon to strict account for having
made war on false pretences and signed a mock »B<j
and selfish peace that leaves Austria impregna* and
bly fortified in tbe heart of northern Italy, and t0 ,
commits the centre of Italy to the patronage of
the Pope. Tbe closer we examine the pretend- w
cd pacification, the more futile and iniquitous GCc
it appears." . _ . wit
The Morning Pod contends tbßt tbe Pope is .
deprived if bis substance, but keeps a shadow
of supremacy. . „ _ on
The Titfuj says: "France has spent £50,000,- &t
£K)O sterling, and 50,000 men, only to give Milan ,
a Piedmontcse instead of an Austrian master, .
and to re-cstabliah the Pope in temporal dignity v«
even beyond his imagination. Is all this real? <
The Emperor's game must be a long one. g <
The announcement of the conclosion ofpeace '
between the belligerent powers was read in the ♦ *
House of Lords and the Commons on the 13th, aa
and was received with loud and prolonged
cheers. * do
PaossiA.—lt was announced at Berlin that co
the Etoperor of Hussia would soon arrive there, SO
to attend ibe family conference touching the of
disposal of the crown after the abdication of wi
tbe king. , P r
It is to be decided by this conference whether m
the crown shall be conferred on the Prince Be- bt
gent or on bis son, Prince Frederick William. qt
Naples.—An unsuccessful attempt, on tbe j-*
7th insu, at a revolt was made. By a discharge * u
of artillery from those who remained faithful,
about forty were killed. hi
From Washington.
WaannfOTox, Jnly 24.—The Liberal Govern
ment of Mexico, through its agent in the United 54
States, has just concluded a contract for the &
supply of iiinnieand Sharpc rifles, and cannon o
and ammunition to suit them. They will be for- _
warded by the first of September. It is not yet 8I
known here whether the American volunteers a
will be accepted, as Lcrdo has not arrived, and Q
the character of bis instructions bas therefore *
not been ascertained. b
These warlike stories may snpercode the ne-
cessity of extraneous aid, except as to compe- 4]
tent officers, there being a sufficiency of j-
Liberals ready to take the field as the rank and b
file. . e
Letters hare been received here from various h
quarters, tbe writers expressing an anxiety to u
raise volunteers for the semce of the Liberals o
in any numbetfdc&tred.
There was an extraordinary meeting of the
Cabinet yesterday, called. It 4a understood, to 9
consider tbe dispatches just received from Hin> '
ister McLane, relative to Mexican affuira. ®
Tbe members of the different legations from 8
Europe have bad several reunions in glorifica
tion of the news of tbe armistice, and to show
their appreciation of the continued peaceful re- 1
lations among their respective sovereigns. The
jubilant*, however, did not include the French, f
Austrian and Sardinian Ministers, who are ab* t
sent from Washington. s
An official communication from the Bremen
Government states that tbe recent reduction on
the rates of postage to 15 cents, between the c
United States and Frankfort-on-the-Main, Saxe-
Coburg, Gotha, aod ether German States, under j
tbe direction of the Thurn and Taxis Post Of- j
fice, applies only to the correspondence via Brc- y
roen, and not to correspondence sent via Ham- t
burg, as originally reported. 1
California New* per Overland Stall. *
Sr. Locts, July 24.—Tbe Overland Mail of the
Ist, arrived on Saturday night.
The bark Julia Lastncr, of Philadelphia, cap- :
stied in San Francisco Bay, and will prove a
total loss.
A fire at Oroville occasioned a loss 0f120,000.
The beat has continued Intense throughout
tbe State. In many placet tbe mercury ranged
from 100 to 116 to ihe shade. At Santa Bar
bara, during a sirocco, tbe mercury rose to 133
when exeoMd to tbe wind.
Political excitement was running high. The
candidates of tbe various parties arc prejiaring
to take the stamp.
Difficulties between McKibben* and Caffratb
« bare been adjusted.
Senator Brodertck received and declined a
ch&llenge from D. W. Perly.
Tbe 4a(l4lar« Trade Laws.
Washington, 25th. From information re
ceived in tbis city, it appears that some of tbe
Southern Representatives, while churning to be
opposed to the African slave trade, arc pledging
themselves to introduce in Congress a bill re
pealing oil 'the statutes rpon the subject, leav- •
mg it, as they profess to desire, to the regula
tion of tbe sercral States. But as the Consti
tution confers on Congress the power to prohibit
the trade, aod as death seems to be regarded as
too severe a penalty for violating what some
consider merely a law regulating commerce, it
ia thought that others, who are opposed to the
slave trade, will agree on a meusure, with a
view to make tbe prohibition and abolition more
effective by the certainty of punishment other
wise than capital, and thus tbey think that good
will result from the present agitation of the
subject.
From Washington.
WismKOTOS, Julv 25.—Mr. Sonld, who came
from England in toe steamer Canada, passed
through this city this morning, en route for
Mexico. He is attached to the BriUsh legation
of that country, and conveys important dis
patches thitber.
Tbe President bas recognized Frederick
Knhae, as Consul of the Duchy of Saxe Coburg
Goths, at h'ew York, in addition to his former
recognition aa Consul of tbe Grand Duchy of
Hesse Cassel.
Com Eeix has been ordered to the common 1
of the naval rendezvous at Baltimore, vice Com.
Door, who bas been ordered to tbe U. S. store
ship Release.
Escape of Dr. Doy from Prison*
Lkakexwobtk, K. T., Julv 25.—Dr. Dot, un
der sentence in St. Joseph, Mo,, jail, for alleged
kidnapping, was rescued on Sunday morning
doring a violent storm, and is still at large.
There was great excitement at SL Joseph on
the announcement of his escape, and pursuit
was attempted, but without success.
-Arrival of the New York.
Knr Tout, July 25.—The stesmsbip Jfew
Tork,£rom Southampton, on the 12th inst., ar
rived bere this evening. Her advices have been
anticipated by the North Briton.
Vln in Cincinnati.
CmcnorATi, July 25.—Uarris 4 Wilson's
Spice Mill on Walnut at, was damaged by fir*
yesterday, P. M., to tbe extent 0? $15,000;
folly insured.
Fore!** Markets,
7b KefCT BansmJ Lrvasroot* Jaly U.
SSSJSSB^^AJSJShS
en hßprovemeni of KSII in prre Is noted. Tbe qnaUttdaa
are: Wet«o red, 7s6d*Sß3o: do white. le®S*d; aeattwa.
SH£l2a. Cera dell net aacnaaged. ,
Faommzs.—fnrrtsloas gwieiaJly have a dedt&uTtsS?
denev. lhecacolars sep*** bwvy.aad aagbtiyd*-
Dacca da 3; sales unimportant. Lsnfdmi
Paobtrat. Roelast'Mdy. Sugar firm. OeSsetm. Btea
—OaroUmqeist.
Lonoa Kom
tant change 10 usie la the money market. The rests aori*
ccabadtuxyatbaoepiMd. Consols quoted at fa.
Sitwcair Bros/ Oreokr. |SMm Xm
JiSSSSSST? 1
♦t«simal-s* €ewwiwal.
monetary. :' Vrh
lU»o.t Krram.. Julf X. 1«M-
Tb.eicl.Mge mark* cooUaaM clo» .t 2 |W
i .liooejii In ntber btUttdfr.
joutd; but for cttictlj biuiß«,> larpoKi eor- wm
rency is *tiU in fall aappty. ; «WJ»»
Gold 2 per oent. Street ratt« as usual [email protected]
percent, per month. ,sooba
Sr." Louis.—Tbe Democrat of Saturdar says: neave
Some of the moneyed in»titatlona were abip-. •
plug gold to the East to-dav, tp create exchange UOB.
We obserred one bonae iu]/"V ", c,,an 8 e
per cent, prun for carrcncy. Of con "' , ° utyo.
make a profit, it mnat sell 21 prem. for curreocy «ta«i
or 11 for Miuouii monev —and sales at this |»te 'or den■
were made to-dsr by booses. wo bo <
" —■ Uoa; A
COMMERCIAL,
sura«lraa..j»lr=3.ls*.
'..Tho receipts and the past duU * ,
twenty-four bourswere as follows: hudo i
ascssrxa or fnooccwnxM. BYI
Flftur. mil. Com. OiU. lUr. H"t«. Cjl. wm ,
tola. bu. bu. bu. bu. Ko. Wo.
fcy6Su""f. , .*.*."»o W23 *453 "'.j*. DAI
Jiy lUI.RK an) .«. mo
SSS :::: *« »
ByC.AJf.Vr.lt.. "2 .... .... u "" -
ByC.A-AtM.L- ltfl '.... _J_ HZ- LA.I
.
sstrvxsrs *r uks. jvlt is 3. nc ? l t
Toßoittlo -• 1316
To Oswego.. . chsng
Te Other i'orts... 9M • ®l3c;
TcU i .... 8M43 «as •••• i.w.
• asonPTs
ascsna. , «ura*s*s. .
► Loajbcr.ft IWWOO Ftour. Vris
. hbingUa.Ko. LMS.SW «om,bg*. Al
iSfeKo yasi#* Ural, bao* ........... M WI
Suvcs,>'o 77JOJ Potatoes, liegs. 31
: Afc s
kilT'.T/::::. SI « ®io
» VJah, bris W 6ou
% 2ldse, tons M- _
yrrr n *t* a*d sazrvems ar caxal to-pav.
f uczzrzs. « -saiwxsaa.. WltL t
Floor.bH«. H0 Lumber, ft
, <■>*<
a Bye, bu kego
« Coal, tons • 125
noca a*» nunc er soax nr cntcaco— jtxt 25, aaln
ts - »C
ie Flow, wis Com, btt »>.4«0 a
im WlicaL Sprint b0... JITJOS Od«.ba. »..4« 8
ie -Red tflnttr. Rie........i..~ - «C
- White, do 2J-77 4Jarley,bo «-4» i«
16 The Korth JJriton with Liverpool dates to the »ofc
tz 13tb inst., was telegraphed this morning. A
treaty of peace had been signed, and the war Rfpi
m ended. Wheat was quiet and advanced [email protected]
g Corn dull and nnchaoged.
The news of peace brought by the steamer ti
id' bad a depressing effect on BrcadsVufls this
morning; and for a time a panic took place, in
which Corn declined [email protected], and Wheat [email protected] g.
lta AHer the news was fully digested, however, &
tio wheat rallied, with moderate activity. About &
30,000 bushels in all changed hands, at 00c for
uninspected new Red Winter on track j 75c for g.
No. 2 Bed on track; 5010530 for Standard t
he Spring in'store; and 48c for No. 2 Spring—clos- ty t
ing nominal at 52c for Standard. In Winter ®° a
grades there were but few transactions —buyers a . u
till and sellers being [email protected] apart on the better qual- whl
ities. Flour was dull with limited sales of White *•
Winter at [email protected], and Spring extra at 8
$3.50. Corn was very active at the decline
>cs noted above. About eighty thousand bushels **
changed hands at 57c free on board for Canal; Ja
Ick [email protected] for No. lin store; 50c for No. 2in store; De
ia- ond 49c for Brjected. In tbe afternoon, owing
to a demand by " short sellers," and to fill up
cargoes, the market stifiened—closing at [email protected] n
)us CCc for No. lin store. Oats dull and lower, B<
with sales of No. 1 at [email protected] in store. Bye
declined [email protected], with sales at 50(<553c per CO fi»s. Bi
on track. A small lot of No. 1 Barley was sold m j
00,- at 35c in bags. Highwines declined [email protected], with
sales ot [email protected] Hides more active at pre- gr
jity vious quotations. Wool quiet but firm,
ial ? CiKcuiNATi, July 23. —Receipts last week* ft
6,353 brls flour; 8,912 bu wheat; 7,077 bu oats'
ba rye; 42,650 bu wheat. The GaulU W
3th, says:
ged In the general markets, Saturday, there was
do change of importance; the feeling in flour 8.
that continues about tbe prices unchanged. ' a
fre, 2000 brls sold, to be deliverea from the middle , L
the of September to the middle of October, at $4.50 h
aof we understood, though the terms were kept °
private. Whisky was in better demand and the s
ther market firm. A good local demand for bacon, it
Re- but very little foi export. Shoulders may be
m. quoted at [email protected], and sides at Sic, which are
the t-be asking rates. We noticed more demand for
linseed ou, and prices looked firmer,
iful, St. Louis,—Jnly 23.—Receipts for the last 24 -
hours up to noonto-dsy: Wheat, 2,116 sacks;
corn, 540 sacks; oats, CSC sacks; flour C3l brls; T
lead, 2,060 pigs; pork, 60 brls, 21 casks; whisky
ern- 143 brls. Flour-—demand limited and local; sales a
"ted 50 brls country superfine, choice brand, at $4.75;
the fiOdoscratcbeid, 4,00; in bags selling at [email protected] '
anon
; for- —Heceipls light, with a demand fully up to the ' 3
tyet supply; sales 2,004 sacks at [email protected] Corn
leers market firm but slow of sale; sales of 1,220_ sks 3
> nod mixed and yellow at [email protected]; 170 do mixed C
>fore white at 63c. Oats —holders ask an advance,
but buyers are not paving over [email protected], and t)
b ne- rather slow of sale at tneseprices; Balesi>34sks.
npe- Mess Pork—nothing done; holders flaking 15.50. £
"of Lard—no sales; nominal at 11.00 for prime in e
And brls and tierces. Bacon—unchanged; sales 2 ,
casks country clear sides at 10>; city clear sides
'ions held at 101, but some sales have been made dur
ty to ing (be week at 101. Whisky— nd change; sales '
erals 283 b, Is at 26c. <
f the Milwackee, July 23.—Receipts, 44 bbls flour; j
td, to 900 bU wheat; 1650 bu oats; 1160 bu cum. <
ifin- Wheat, dull, with limited sales of No. 1 Spring j
at 55c. Oats declined 9c, with sellers at 25c in
from store. j
Tns DnorGirr.—The GazeiU of
il re- this morniug says:
Tbe The accounts coming in from the county re
encb, port the corn suffering seriously in many locals 1
e ab- ties from the want of rain, and the grass badly ,
scorched.
ro on FAitntES ik Nsw Tobk Cut.—Tbe Journal
1 the of Commerce, of Friday afternoon, says:
aaxe- Messrs. Bird k Johnson, a respectable house
jnder in tbe lard trade, who it issaid wentout of tbeir
5t Of- regular business to pack prime mess pork at
1 Brc- war prices, bare been nnfortnnately obliged to
Ham- suspend. We regret to notice "also the suspen
sion of Messrs. Hoffman k Stevens, a very re
... spcctablc house in the flour and grain commis
ston business.
of the
FttcrePojces. —The Montreal ITt/neMofthe
, cap- 20th says:
ore a It is an interesting question what price the
. (VU , new crop is to bring. The present prico of
Flour is about a dollar to a dollar and a*balf
gnout a bore the rate at which shipments could be
ao .? ea made with any prospect of profit, but the very
active consumptive demand which is going on
10 133 will doubtless absorb most of the old stock bo
m. fore there are any supplies of new to affect the
. market; and as the markets of tbis continent
will be rather bare, it is likely they will absorb
_. . what can be ground of the new crop for some
inrotn weeks after it begins to come in. The fall to a
. shipping price wul thus probably be gradual,
nea - ana oy the time that is reached there is no say
ing wnat may be the condition or prospects of
the European markets. There is, however, no
probabihty of high prices.
of tbe Facccn Flock.—TlTe Montreal Wiineu states
•d° that there is a p>od deal of French flour in that
market, but it is not sought after.
, leav-- Pucks in Wkstxbv Nsw York.—The Boch
vgula- ester Union and Adtcrtwr contains the follow
-sons-
Uded as At present writing it is difficult to say with
some i Q two or three shillings per bushel, what Gen
:rce esee wheat will sell for in this market three
to the weeks hence, when we may expect tg see con
rrith a siderable offered. We bear that contracts are
1 more m*de in adjoining counties for {1.25 per bushel,
other- A lot of 6»jo bushels of good old white wheat
t good was offered here yesterday for $1.36 without a
or the burcr. These figures may give the reader an
indication of feeling.
Bostok, Joly 22.—Receipts, 535 brls flour;
1.1,657 bu corn; 1300 bu oats. Flo ar steady,
passed Co™ dull at Sl<2'jGc.
ite for Nkw Tobk, July 22.—Receipts, 4766 brls
>gation flour; 4712 bushels wheat; 20,590 bu
ut dis- 413 bu oats.
tderick Totano, Joly 23/—Receipts, 1,240 bu wheat;
Toburg C 8 bbls flour. Shipped, 247 bbls flour. The
former SltuU contains the following:
>c 0 But little doing yet in the market. We quote
mwien 1 **les 7.OCJ) bu new white Wabash at 103 c, and
eCom 1150 new mixed at 971 c. Purchases are made
storel from teams at for red and white.
We notice a new feature on tbe dock to-day.
experiment is beinf made to purchase Hay and
»n. packiog it for the Buffalo At jtresent
oy, nn- prices, this, it is supposed, will psy a fair profit
alleged on the investment
lorning Clxvtlaxd, July 22.—Sale of 700 bu new
large, white wheat at $1.22. Corn firm at [email protected]
panuit New Gurssxa Whiat.—Tbe Rochester Union
ssys:
The farmers of this county are beginning to
, show samples of their wheat, all of which arc
ip New excellent aod reminds ns of old times, when
ast., ar- Genesee wheat bore a resemblance to the real
re been Guinea gold. We have not beard a croak in
ten days, although tbe croakers are still living,
and ready to resume their vocation when they
, can do so without being laughed at. i
Thb Lrxm Toadk ik Cavada.—Tbe Mon- i
15,000; treal Witnut of the 20th, says: ■■ •|
This trade in Quebec is in a rerr dtp raited
state. What sales are 'made are, noweTer, at
fair prices, but it is very difficult to effect sales
aiy U. at all The lumbermen with whom we have
y oonverscd, say ther never saw Quebec so dulL
■r mwm q USD tit of White Pine culled to July 6, is
JuvfSd great, 5,933,654; -being 230,000 mora than at
itmUttaaa tame time last year.
°°°SS: Stock or TThsjlt nr Nsw Tom.—The stock
of Wheat in Sew VoA is estimated at ISiOOO
bushels, (mostir WioUr.)
Bm * Bk * Erocx or Corra I* >*sir Yosk.—Wm. Scott
no licpcr* ft Sons stat. that tbe stock of Kio Coffee in Kew
" W " York oo th. l»th iut., amomted to bags;
»t Jara,«T,ooo»ats; ud ot tU
- mUatWfs,
I»allrSStlae*tttUa«a Sir**,
UoWtlT T
I FREloafs-Schri. iutabo., o *■!*', ij
- i» w*!** X{
SOtorisdostfiJß; 7Jbdsf©odSt*t*«ifa atBJO. thena
WHXAT. Cr.slp*». <» to» *o to. -Wans— 2>a
«Oba»«wßed<aeteqaalto J»'ol)atHee© back;soobu ——-
HoSßedatTSc on track. Srsaw-OsieHnsd l«le. Sal* T |
were: bo Stanford at Mc in stow; IQM t» do at
4WoimdoatßlJ{c;U*o bodoat»c}lOOa bo do at&Sc
next week, seller's option ;ba do at 81e; 1000 bo do at
00Xc;«0jbuSo39prla*»X45e.
OOBX-BecslpU, M.M7 bo: attpOceti 83,443 bo. Dc
dined&£6c. Saleswe«}BlOObu«aaal akß7ef.o,b.;W» Trcmt
bu Xo.lat«c In «torc;SU»bo do at Be, «dkrtopdoo
next weak; 12.000 ba do at&lc; 33,09 bo do la lcrts At Me,
r ordcUvttyatsella**optionthis weak and nert week; 18,- clsdy,
MO bo do at ttc; SdQO bo do at 63c, this week, eeller'sop- Milwi
Uoa;4LOobu do a* tic; 3100 bo do at Ue, this week selte'a
option; 80 *bodo at Mc, Ir.tthree daysnettweek, Kilet'» Uw
option; 0000 bu do at 6flc for delivery iJt of August: SOObo jj
JitratMc; 170 Dba st49c. F.«tci
o.VTß—RtcdpU, S: M tra ; aWpmests ttjl* btt. HuW 2.
dull. Batoswere: 4000 boXollnlots at 26c lnstore; 900
budo at2ic;*9buchoieeoJd crop atsJc. 4.
EYE—ltecdpw, 1163 bo. Market dull and lower. Bales g^ tl
were;l2o)buat<Bc,ootraiek;4SbagsdoatWc;4obagsd© ud«
at tOc. 5-
BARLEr—RecdpU, 833b0. Market doDand neglected.
[ Bale* were; 53 bags No- latScontrack. ?:
I lilUKWlXES—Receipts, Ul brla. Market 8c lower. ♦
) Sakawae: l2obrUsts2Jfc: <obrls at23c. lT
MESS PORK—Nominal at f 16& * g
1- LARD-KLmlaJ at 10X«lIe. Al
6 TALLOU'— Receipt*, IS3BBa. In good demand for ahlp: niain
ment at 10Jc. " gj *?
HlDES—Rceelpts, SI.OM M. Mora active, but oa
• changed. Dry Flint, good to prime. U«lflc; Dainaged,lSe Ur»
I ® 13c; Dry Ealted, t&Xc; Calf; 11c; Green Pelts, *1.40» (
I.W. t o'c
WOOL—Receipts, 2T.9091*. Market qolet and unchaßg- Sp
cd,withafalrdeasandatßNß4Jcforfieecc. Sales were: 1000 Vl> ,
fcshalf tothree-qoartcrs blood atffTKc.
H) APPLES—6O bbls Michigan Oreea at S3.
£ WIUTEI'ISU—>*Q 1, half barrels, la fair supply at $3.73
ro ©ixo. B<
12 EGGS-Sales to-day at lo®lojfe.
# lSpkgicholeeatlScMpkgieoffiaoaatlOc j t
©He. thei
POULTBT—Lire Chickens In good demand, at 02.00 per *l*
d ox.
POTATOES—BeceIpU, WO bo. Xtw more active, Jy
trltli sales at MdLOOVbn. Jfo dsmand for old, and prlcss
S3 nominal at S^34oe.
00 BEA??S—Komlnalat4o®foc.
LUMBER—Cargo of edir Saranae, frtim Sooth Haren,
laftrior, at QS-caah; cargo of schr Heligoland, 'rom Mas
kegon, mixed, at IC.TC—casb. '
LIVE STOCK—Rtcdpta, 340 Cattle and CO Hogs. Tie Hai
aalesat Sliennan'a yards yesterday were: CE
_ J» CatUe, averaKlng at. W.<®
a *• ~ 935 4.75 we!
M 8 - ** 77J " W«V
«Calres. " 430 * SOO
& lcxtraCow 41 14C0 - »bead W.OO
„ 15 U«ip, " «3 " «■«
1C do fcbe«P " B p j
A CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET. 1
ar Reported b„ Walttb SotaMjUr, txprtxjyfor tit p£XSS AKP dUI
3. TUBVSzjortfx iceei-auima J*y a.1859. q^j
' LasxSao&s Sals avd gramas Ta>x>,l t
Monday, July SS.ISW. >
er total ro. or all zxsm stock aaczmn roa wnx. S3
us Cottle* Ko S3? _J:
J 443 Tk
Sh.-ep, 50...,
>c * Sales of M good attic from
2r, gales of 30 ordinary cattle from SXSSc.
iut Salts of SO medium cattle from SK®3 K*
r or gales of4oscsHawags from I^o®2>i.
. Salesof 443 hogs froms®&X®6Xc, V
ror Sales of 400 sheep from 2®2K to [email protected]
urd The Market for cattle daring tbe past week has been pref.
08- ty dull, there no demand except for tbe dty trtde—
, _ eooie Whead hating been taken* back Into tbe country to m
graze. Many of the cattle now ccmlng to this market are K
era altsgethcrtoo numbers of tbe order Q,
ial- vhlchharctobesoldatalmpstany price to get rid of them*
lite Left orcr oa the market, 40 caUie, 300 Sberp,
t Shipped vU M, C. B. B. tOO cattla, 400 hogs.
ioc New Torlc Bank Statement. t
, five following U th« full and accent* statement of the
>C , condition of the New York banks fur the week ending
ial » July £3:
»rc; Decrease In loans # sli*sS9
_ DecwaM In upede 4,0*. •«
M S I Decrease in drculation.
HO I Decreaw Innstdeposits
I Total SpedC 81,1WJI1»
I There will l>eno specie sect from here bytheCandarla
rer, I Boston.. _j «
Rjc I New York market. f (
fi,s. I Br Tzlk*awl] Krw Toac. Joly 23.
~! Flocts—TJnKtUed. and all Inferior grades 10c lower, while *
SOl(l I me diam grade* are steady and unchanged. buJ<'S,73X>bu« t P
rith I a , f0rH04..0 o
I for super western; «4.7005/ or old, and for frcrt *
pre- I ground K.II. dualug tinscttled. Bye flour dull, at 049 »
I 4 (jiuct— m)catdnllaodheaty.4g6o lower for new; old t
„ . I wAA. tiatea.6,«»V.u; • i t new whUe ky.; 1.00 n
eefc » I Red Ce-<esee: ISA white do; J. 23 new red boothem; IJS; .
n i_ * I white do. Rye, dulU-aalra £OO bu at 83c. Barley, doll. t
I Coml<t2clowerandactire—Ktles63,ooobo: TScoldmtxrd.
2<W< ( Westernl«i»tore:BScnewdellTCicd. Oau,«^eforbtate.
P^"rffeowS? J kl a < a »brl ! a t , l o«®Uf l ,r (
I prime: 014.60 farthiu'ttriu; for me*; IS.iO for heavy i
I do. lletii'uachMiccd. Sales 300brl* at 6.00 u4.70 fjpprime;
3our 1 BXoft#.ooforme«;'JJo®lo.ol>forre-packed Chicago;
pp,l I (0.15JA) for extra; j.rimc mess i 8 00®:i.«X Ikef banu
5 ill I iu;ctatls®lSc. liacon duiL Sales ftO tierces short d«r »
dule I miJdUncs. Cut
14.50 1 Jams. Lard heivr lOX&Uc. Hotter firm al ll&i&c for \
ItPnt I Ohio; 16feIS»c for State. Cheese culetat 6®9c. i
, P I b'ock*dull: tfoGOaS't; lndSsßS: IO bonds&t; SCO
-1 the I sjc74S ; Erie 6«: ll«r.em 10; R1 61>$; 8 lu; Bod .
COB, I M a quo 81; Gal & Obi 64. *
r be I
are I BtAUINB mTEbLIGfiNCE.
ifor I i
I Moaoar Erxxae, July 53..
it oa I "Wrarntß—TTann and rery pleasant with a good breeie
_ I from the soutb-eait.
.®| | Aaarrzo raoK Chtcaoo*—AtUaffalo, July 23.—.Brig J. j
ilskT I B ISarmoa, and schrs Yankee Blade, Darien,L B Sbeppord,
saloa I «»d Uontress.
I AnaiTED nou Cmcxoo—At Oswsgo, Joly
•25(t$ I Slate.
heat I *' lt " ,rn roa Chicago.—From Buffsle, July 99.—Prop
) the I' Kenosha. 1
TO— I VessEts TAssnro Drnanr—Jaly 21st.—Bound Up—Stmr j
1 eks I Mldbigan; props Free Slate, Milwaukee, Miiah-tftan; schrs
iixod I Cnn'ola, Forest, E K Gilbert, Jas Leslie,
tnce, | Bound Down—Stmr Illinois ; CebrsW F Allen, Star of
and I the Nottb, Baltic.
1 Tbs G. D. tht 4th of July the schooner
' KO P' I G.D. DoomaawMla the EotlUh Channel, off Do rer,and
ie I ezpectadtobe la London the next day. She crossedfrom
_ I Quebec In 24 days.
I I PaontfcLraa Aaairza.—Tne propellers airlred to-day
sales I 1316 lowa< C;lpt * Jo8 «> 4* l American Transportation
I Co, from Buffalo with merchandize and railroad Iron; tbe
I Wcnona,Capt. New York Central Line, from Bof-
Hour; I fdo, with nllrooi Iron and merchandize, and the Brergreea
euro, j city, Capt. Chamberialn, from Collingwood, with lumber,
pring j fab mid merchandize.
!5c in I. s chr Huntress, which arrived here at 8 o'clock
I rectrrday afternoon, from Chicago, made tb« run from the
I Detroit Rlrcrhere In 22 Express, 89d.
U ° f I fOBT OP CHICAGO.
_ pp, I ARRIVED July S3.
ocali- I Slmr Tntrder, Sweeney, Milwaukee—o4 pkgs fish, 433 kegs
badly j p trT , r Huron, Morgan, Oiaad navca-33 hf bbls fish, 37
1 •.* rolls leather. , .
I rrop J. Barber, Brown. Grand Rlrer—l4o cds wood.
urnal 1 prop lowa, Jone«, Buffalo-123 tons K. U. Iron, 83 tons
I alate,l39torsmdse,&4bblasalt.
I prop Oeontz, Flood, Oreen 8ay—1,000,230 shingles, € doz
bouse I prop Evergreen City. Cbambwlaln, Colllngwood—76 m
tbeir I lumber, 74 csw9DAnt« and aboes, ISS bbls &sh
irk at I Wenona. Huff, Buffido—s39 tons mdse, 183 tons B. B.
fed to 1 jjut Hani Crocker, Fitzgerald, Peshtigo—27o m lumber, 20
apen- 1 m bh.
,4 r(k I Rark I'a iOc, Best, Travels Bay—243 m lumber, 30 cds
' . I wood
mnis- I nriff Pt. Louis. Stubbs.Ooon»o,loom lumber, 40mlsth.
I iTrig Mary, RuUier, Green Bay—l4o m lumber, «omlatlf.
f Brig (i.r. Gale. McGinn, Ooont<t-160m»umber,20m shln
oflhe I eles, 10 ts lath.
i Brig .• o-texuma, Moore, Oconto—l3o n lomber, 100 m
| shingles.
__ I Brig llifinm. Butps, Oconto—l4o m lumber,
ccuie | iirir r.wbat<an,(lrecn lUy, 110mlumbtr. • «
ICO of I Scbr>lsher,LUton, \VblteL*ke.4otnstaves,Somihlag|ps
■.half I Bchr Falcon, Grand Haven, 100 cds slabs,
r, 7* | SKirOrioTi,Gui.dt*Nin.BlakeTUle,tt)j3Uw»ed. .
Id be I Schr L. 11. i3a»o», Jackson, Ocoiito, 160 m lumber.
rery l Bc'.rr.ovnltDoon,Mltdifcli,Peutangaeshlne,224mlumbcr.
n«T (in I fcchr Joe Vilas. Albrelght, Manitowoc, 66 m oak lumber, &5
VS. 00 I cords wood. 13 in stavsa.
:K t)0- I Bchr Traveler, Jonnaon. Green Bar. 323 m shingles.
:t tlie I Schr Racer, Adams, SJliWdUkee, light.
I tUir G. R. Itobeita. Sdaan, BlakcvlQeJßO cds wood,
uneni l h. s. FalrchiUl, llany, St. Clair Rlvit, IfiJTi ft lnm
bsorb I ber.MsmUth
some I Shoyer. Doagbertr,Mußkeeon,Mm lumber,
ii _ I Sd<rE.Cranmer,Furlo g. Grand Blrer. Mm lumber."
j i I Schr 11. M. Gaii*. Wa-ch, Ganges, 64 cds wood,
adual, 1 b-hr Newman. Jones, Oconto, itOm lumber, 180 m lath.
) SOV- 1 Bchr Forfar. Karr.Gnmt Tra.ers. 100etfa wood.
„, a ' r I Schr P- ■land, Galilean, Tiavers Bay,ISO m lumber. 30 m lath,
cis oi i Macnet, McGraw, uaven, 70 m lumber, 10 m
sr. no I tath.
I Rchr A, E. Reynold!*, Jamison, Boffalo. 426 ton Cool.
I irtrSU Lawrence, Johnson. Port Ulie, 53 cds wood,
fiiatoa 1 -fie-r Arrow,Scott,Kalamaaoo, «omlumbw.
states i Knae peuaeaiaa, lUcliarJsoo,Wldt-.Lake,9om lum
nt^B' I Schr Lady of the Lake, Kelly. Bay City, 190 m lumber, 10
Roch* I Schr Palmetto, Armstrong, Green Bay, 120 m lumber, 40 m
ollow- I Schr Levant. Connell. TThlte Lake. HO m lumber.
1 S -Ur Mary. Sorott, Muskegon. 140 m lumber.
I Schr Un on. fljush, Blackßlver. 83 cds bark
... I sdir Odin, Walton.
•Tmn» I schr Blue B«U.HaH,\N*blte Lake, vOmlutaWr.
I Gen* I Sd«r I'iower.Th Jnpson, H011and.,1330 R Rties.
I sat"Warrrn,Christian, BlakerUle,«edswood.
I SSr IHnnU**, Stoddara, BuAdo, ft lumber, Mm
e con* I u^h.
;ts are I Schrli»toior,BeyTiolds,Sonth Baveo Sedsbrt.
I Sdir Magic. MeJJamai*. Grand Rtver.9o m lumber.
l ,* I Scar GC Drew. Garrett, I'lcr Core, CO m lumber, S3 m
Wheat I itarM.l9 cds wood. t
bout a I Scr Atrttlope. Csliow. XalamazoojCO m lumber.
j I <.(>> Katnn. Sor*r. I'ort Uflo. cds wood,
ier on I c e i. r i[. Japw, Kalamazoo TScdsbolts.4obrisflsh.
I iisyden,Xnillams.St. Voeroh,Bom lumber.
flonr- I sloo P £ric ' ro ° >efoy,^gDO * bfc r<
tC&dv. I CLEARED,
I etnu Traveler. Sweeney. MUwaakte.sobrisnUhwlnes.
I Ittar Huron, Morgan 6e»d Bsrn,Bl bags potatoes.
14,- I briiMlt. M brtl Ucbwiso/SW b. coni, 41 br3Pprk,
I sibristallow,
I Rrir St Louis. .*lubts. Oeontn, llgbt,
Pfhtat; I sdir
I s.i,r p Cramer. Furlong. Grand River, ugot.
* Tbe ( gchr K* M. Sboyer, Uuskacou light.
I Sthr II M G»t«s. Walsh, Gauges, 2 br>a Sour, Ibri pork,
1 t-clvr Magnet, Uavcn, 14 hgsoeaL
■l™"*
»C, and I uotwnan, Klrtiwdsnn. WhtotlUke, EgiV
' madc SI
to-day. I sdrf Mary, P««t, Ugbt.
ar and I schrOdln,^alter,Muskegoci,llrtt.
,rrec 2! SK f
f profit I schr Tricolor. Rejnoids. South <laven,Sbris floor.
I MeXamar.Grandßlver.Hxht. i
I iSrGC. i)rew. G»rT*tt llerCore. UdiU • j
>U new I K«hr Antelope. Callow, Es atparoo, Bgat. |
63C. I feloop Erie, romsroy. Kenorta. 60 Wis tfapc.
r Union I ILLINOIS AND MICMICAJf CAHAI**
ain tQ I ARRIVED, HH Jaly 15.
id arc I
aSmiil
„.i • I it brit fiMf.SW atttol.. .
. I Adflla, Jollet. 3*44 bu corn,» brts flour,
living, I a peach, JolW,loo toes gravel.
en they I
J I Etoelia,Jonet.»<fds««*.
I Retubllc, Morris, 41W bo corn. •
6 Hon- I J Morris. 4S#ftt« com, aWbuiye.
- -r I CLEARED.
pnteed I Sun, La fiaDe, 54,447 tt lumber, *SOO ft siding. 0,800 Adagtes,
I Tn Oart
. I Geonce, M0ni5.67,738 ft lumber, lath,
ire bare I WmUanry, Joitet.ngU.
SO dalL 1 Pelican, JolM, light*
oIrRU I Kebiaska, JoUtt Uthl.
I A Leach. Jodet, llffc
I Forclrt Slf era u irilv*. •
_ I From For Data
6 StOCK I Weaff......... ......50cthai0pt0a... *ork..Juas2B
I Canada...;....; 1Jvtrp0c1........f10i00.....J01y 9
I Mtna Liverpool .Boston.....Jary S
) Recti I Borusrta .Southampton....KewYort..Jolr 4
I indian .Umou....„;,Mie ..Jtlj b
sinKeir I cuy of WaJdagtoaXhcfpool.......SewTcifcjOT •
_.. ... I AnsL lost. .Jaly J
LUMBERMEN'S EX- "\f
CHAKGE,—The Booms 'W tha Assodstioe, Is XTA
Liad's Block, will be opto each f>n>lßg from dghttoala#
a Lumberman's Krttengs, at which tee sad
tfassabrudest sad ssjMcrideatlUßO&ctama, Ctty and
Cotatrr Dealers, Ys«al Captains, aod othsrt lusmud la
tteomasazelatttedtoattSßd. .
_ ROHEBT H. FO3BL pmldenL O
Woop Baaetary. oyti4md4»tw^aoß
pEDICATION.OF 9
tOSEHILL CEMETERY,
TBUBSDAV, JttlyCS, IS3O.
A procession will befoimed atBH o'dock a. w. at the 1
Tromoot Bouse, conslstlog of the Masonic Fraternity.
Mayor, Common Council, clergy, Judiciary, Members of
the Pxtss, Oflcen of the Cemetery, and chliens who mar
wlsn to Join 1L The proceMion will move at 9 o'dock pre*
dady, and march thence to the depot of the Chicago and
I Milwaukee Railroad, where a train of cars will be In wait*
lng to convey all who may wlah to go to the cemetery
gr<ands free uf charge,
Upon tbe arrival ofthe train at the ecstettry the following
will be it* order of exerdses: ♦
1. LsylagtheC9rnerstoneoftheCbapel,bytheMasonle
F.atcrnlty, A
2. Introductory remarks, by the President of thaCco*
the Light Guard Band. I
4. iDtrodotory Prayer, by Kcv. R. TV. Patterson*, D. D.
6. A Uyme, rompos«d f>r tbe occasion bv Rev. S. F.
Smith, of Boston, will be read by Bev. R.S. Foster, D. D n
and sung by the choir. lu
6. Heading tbe Scriptures, by Bev. N. L. Rice, D. D. All
7. Addrecsby Rev.MoahlluntScbeiick.
8. Moslc, by the Band.
9. Poem, by Prtf. W. D. Godman.
10. Hymn to be rod by Rev. W. W. Patton, D. D., and 1
sung by the cbnir. X.T
lT Dedicatory Prayer, by Ber J. C. Burroughs, D. D. «. 'a
12. Doxology, to be sun* by the audience.
13. Benedlmon, by Rev. Paol Andcnon. r "
' AaltvUlbelmponlblefortheßoardof Manages tofUT* l~
nlsh refreshments for so larg* a company as may beexpect* M—
ed to be nre»ent, parties are advised to tak« provisions with w
them. To accommodate those who are not *o provided, a a*aj
booth will be erected upon the ground where a ifmitwl num
ber will be atle to proaire what tbey may neea at a reason
»!>le chw. Mi«
A sale of cemetery lots will take placa on tbe grounds at
% o'dock r. k.
Special trains will run to carry all who may wi»bto visit **£
th* cemetery fret of coarse, leaving depot of Chisago and V
Milwaukee Railroadufollows: f* T(
lit train will leave Vbtcsco st 9:18 a. m.
Sd ** •* ** Khlß a. x. •n,,
3d . *• " 2:15 r. x. j
•4th * " u 3.-00 r. H. lui
Betomlng, leave Bosehill as follows: rell
Irt train 10:43 a. M.; 2d train 4:45 3d train 655. j™
It Is desired by the committee that all who can will go by tld
themomlnrtralnssoastobepresentattbe d«dl&>toryser- eat
vices. L-D. UOOSE,
Chairman of CommKtee jro
Hodges & c 0., f-,
(SVCCBSOXS TO 3. B. SOCCEITj
GHOOERS, g i
49 . . . BtmU Strut. ... 40 tec
i Have now Is store 9 large and fresh stock of FUSE 080
CERIES, PROVISIONS, WINES, TEAS, 4c, to which all
pti
we Invlta attention. Our goods are of Ihe
CHOICEST QUALITY* JB
*wit are selected with great care
PiBTICCLABLT FOU FIJIILT.USE. _
1 Many years experience In >'ew York, combined with fa* /
> duties forpurchaslng which cannot be surpassed, will enable
astopldseourctutomcrsln quality cf goods and prices.
Weafrntomakeoarhooiesecoodtonone In the Stat:s. t!c
jyj. u. DOOCiETT remains with the Ifew
Jy16d7991m
XJ-EWELL SNOW, p
Wholesale and Retail Grocer
—un>—
OOUUZSBXON MBHOHANT,
, * No. 112 Dearborn it., Chicago.
Ba'.ng In receipt of frequent consignments from Eastern
10 markets, and availing myself of tbe best opportunities pre
re tented In this market, lam able to ot/er GREAT BAB*
a GAUSS to buyers of Groceries in
Large or Small Quantities.
Dealers as well as those buying for their own use wQI And
t for their advantage to examine my stock and prices,
he
Uf all goods warranted.
leS-4m-dWO NEW ELL SKOTT.
n D AILROAD LAUDS FOK SALE <
it ON LONG CREDIT,
lu And at Low Ilato of Interest*
i* Tbe TTsnnlhai and St. Joseph Ral'road Company having
over f100.u.0 acres of land Irlug In the State of Missouri,
which was granted, by act of to aid in the con
struction of their road, ofTer the prludpal portion thereof
for sal', on the most liberal terms. 1
The greater part of tbtse lands are wllbln ilx. and all 4
He within fifteen miles of the railroad, which Is now com- I
,u pletcdand open for uie ihronghcmt its e»tlre length (SO6
miles,) and runs a coanuy which is unsarpx«*cd i<y
ah aiy in the salubrity of Its climate, the fertility of Its soil, 1
r/a end the extent of Its mlncnl resources.
gad! penon purchaalng land will reeelve a ticket for one
jld trip between Ilannlbal and the nearest station on the Ban.
Did nib*! sod St. Joseph Railroad, to tbe property purchased.
82- Forfurther Information apply at Um LandJJjßce or the
ill' CcmpaT>y, oraodi»s,bv letter, JOSIAU HUNT.
ia, i. Land Commissioner 11. & SL Jo. R.R.
Mo, June 14, ls&j. lr.adlw-4twda>
SARATOGA SPKINGS
iy y O CTNION HALL.
PS Ilavl&e undergone cstensive alterations and Improve
'• s ® menu, is now open for the reception of visitor*. The
ground* have been enlarged and improved, and t*ib rooms
, andcarrl go bouse with lodgings for o achmen added, for
l or tee accommodation of those who may their own
> or eoolppace with them. Every exextlon win be made by the
.. Preorlrtors to imstalo Its well established reputation.
2a lt sy"""
"VTATIONAL FAIR, CHICAGO.
X * Written proposals for privlliges to furnish refreeh
tuents on tbe rarUrounds will be received up to Aogust
5 Ist. Twelve stands only will be sold, viz: Two First Class,
for Hot Meals. Two Second Class, do. „ Two First Class,
icecream, Soda Water, Coffee, Tea, >ruit. Ac; and six
Jecnnd Class, or **Cak. and Beer" Mands Advancs pay
. r ments, or rood security required. For particulars apply to
» * theondwalgned, attboTronont House.
ird, BOHACE CATROJ?.
Superlntsndent National Fair.
tr City papers copy. Jy2l dS32 8t
top ™ " 1 ' *
' TMPROVEMENT OF CEME
rop JL rzar undersigned is prepsred to take
charge of lots at thf old (nort .) Cemetery: put up marble
and stone monuments; build and paint iron, wood and
tmr gj-ue fences; water trees and plants, and do everything
hrs neceattry for tn« adornment or cemetery lots, for cash or
trade. LoUdeaned and kept In order till the Ist of October
, for one dollar each. T »vi-mwv
rof Office at tbe Cemetery. A. LaNGUOLZ.
Geo. Mannierre. Alderman Dross,
and Rev. Mr. Dlcklnsop, Cltr Missionary. JylMmx
US T>HE INFLUENCE OF THE
•oa! _l_ Stars 00 your Body. Mind, Connections and Clr- •
cumstanccs may be fullv and correaly known In all cases,
by applying to E. CuLIIERT, Astro.
day MadLson street, Chicago. .
Ltoß Brine or send the time of Bbth as nwrirMposdble.
Fee6ocents and upwards. Letters OUW. P.O. Box 3413.
the Hours from 9a.m.to> r. v. JtSS-lax
TO TO COOPERS.—3OO,OOO seasoned,
I sawed flour banel staves and heading will be sold al
* a bare ain. Addrea. UOYT A BRO M Aurora, Illinois.
jy»-2wx
S XJOTICE TO MILLERS!—We
_L 1 win Sell or Rentupon awommodatin* terms the fine
new Brick Steam Flnurim Milt known as "VALLEY
CITY MILLS,*- four Dwelling Houses snda Store Room
conneded with same, located in l'leasait Vallev.dgnt mUes
S3. above Da*enport, lowa, on the Mississippi River. This
tea mill has tnrce runs of s'one., and all the ma hlniry. in com
&i«<e running'order, witb capacity to make 130 barrels of
■ 37 floor p<r day. There is sn abundant supply &f wheat In
MXTCHEM. * CABLE.
T SjOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
dot J3l that oar two certificates of depofit as follows:
. „ No. "A Jan. 3d. 1539, for 0J23, and
5 m J»o. 731, Mav44tn, 1539, for 01(W,
, « payable each in American Gold to the order of Jsae Ander.
" K * son, have been lost, and all rcrsoas are notified not tocego.
_ M tlate the same as payment thereon has been stopped.
r. 50 BURDP dt OAKES, St. Paul, frlnn,
liRINT, BOOK AND WRAP.
h. JL Parn, for rale at manufacturers' prices
& w . BY J. P. A E. A. BLACK Sc CO,
No. 216 Kluzlc Street. No. 216
® 10 HI addrese, " Bristol, Kendall County, 'II.
VT Ca<h paid f-r Kags. J)-23<m-d5«7
MILLERS, CAPITALISTS
I and others
FLO USING RILLS FOB SALE.
For A first-class Steam Flooring Mill, of Two Run cf Stone,
• gt
Rjdlroad. Ths mill is three of tnluhle sire ror
fourruaof atonf. aod substantUlly built of Juliet itooe;
dose to the station, and is tbe only gri«t-mlll within twenty
miles from Dwigbt as a oentre. and well located for eustom
or merchant work. It Is offered at ft great on
, frvorable terms. Apply soon, to R. P, MOHOA>, Jr-al
• DwUtht. ILL Jyi3-2w-d7a
STONE CUTTING.
ILk O. WILSON, in addition to all kinds of Marble
Work, are now prepared to execute, with the aid of ma
-10 m chinerv. all descriptions of stone work, marble or stone
fronts and all trimmings fur the same. Particular attention
given to all kind« of Cemetery work, vauH.% copelng poets,
and paving. Office comer Stale and Washington streets.
, We wUI Uispoee of our splendid stock of Marble Mantl«a aad
,am * ilnnuroental work holow cost. rov^-ly
T AKE STREET MILLS—
-40 m 1 4 Chle3go,Jolyl6.lS^
NEW wnEAT FLOUB—A scperiorartld frwn Sotrth*
em White Wheat. To our numerous friends and customers
we eav call and we will show tbe nice>t article in the dty.
Alt articles in the milling line as usual at our low prees.
glea. stevens, yofcKls* co. Jy»
fj\LOUR BARREL STAVES, fin-
Uni bbed ready for uee, jolnteal. erezed and dismfered.
" 04 The best art Ida in the market and the cheapest. Samples
I. t. RICHAHI'S.
am OA BBLS. DRIED BLACK-
Jml*J berries, just received and for sale by
je7»y J. W. DO A> & it IX>, 7a Deatboro-st.
>««!>. t)i jAA UXS. KIRK CRAUIiERS
onnn bxs. torpedoes in
Jml\J\j\J Hard and Soft cases.
J J. W. DOA74E hC9.
[l ™. BBLS. dried raspber
iVJ lies, just recdved and fOraale by
lti-r J- W. DOANE A coi 78 Dearboro-st.
tjirt BXS. PRIME ORANGES,
•k, t/VJvr ln«oodorder,lurt received and lorsaleby
* J. W. DOANE A
OAA BXS. PRIME LEMONS IN
m\/\J good order, just rtedved and tor sale by
J. W. IX)ANE A CO, 74 peerbore^t.
rrinn LBS. TURKISH PRUNES
• jWvfV/ In Bulk, lust received and for sale by
J. W. DO ANE A CO, 73 Deartom-st.
KA BBLS. DRIED APPLES,
on BBLS. DRIED PEACHES,
At.
r „ inn BXS. STAR C^UNDLKS,
p \ 9\-J 00boxesSteari&eCandles,
. 3D boxss ft —ill TaUow Caadlee, for mlt br
t wiiiTSis: SUITB i co.
ir ] wa t, Jyl3 South Water^L
KC\n BU- DRIED APPLES,
Son bu. Dried Peach»•—New Yorjk Stale
pyaiC Formishy WUJ4AMS. SHITH ACO . '
• jya • • 43 SwttUi ffaierstffet.
1A A HHDS. N. O. SUGAR,
1W ForMklowbr WILLIAMS, SXITHJkCO.
Urooets. seo. TSater-tf.
il * W ' "DELLS—BELLS—A new supply
il eopply of Meaedr's Cdetated Church, School
Homb and Steamboei Heils tuai received by
• VINOisT, HIMROD A CO,
jytrciln StfUke. sad 00 tfooth Water iL
TJECKHAH'S AGRICULTURAL
[one 28 jyldTOlai 2«SLaksaad«|goath Waters.
OTOVES—STOVES— At Whd&
&T ; O^^^'WcOT.Bnragnj.co.
aiy i ifQCTtlm yoaukeaod 90south »aleret.
W i OAA BBLS. REFINED. AND
jliawog, flfhHrtt, gte.-
jyjTTSICAL INSTRUMENTS J 1
REPAIRED osa
At 71
ROOT Sc. CADY'S,
99 <»..«» fIBSIT. 99
:
Afternameroustrlalaithetubacrlbenhavaatlaataucceeded I>l
ja engaging * corps of Madeal liutrutaeat Repair.
«n ant Tuners, whoa* work they can conA- Join
dent! y recommend. Oeo
Orgaju, UmaolPortM, ■><*
TSnloditon,, *ei»pMam,
I Tut
fflatinas,
Violins, Omtaisy J
• Flate*, &e.| fltc*
AND ALL OTHER MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
Put in Perfect Order, J*
for
AT SHORT NOTICE, of I
AND OS REASONABLE TERMS.
■avs somnr
X. ,®^t s^"'^"u " pll mi.r*CAnT. T
•. cat>t,j jyl 95 Clark street, Ctl-uago. X
31. HIGGINS, 45 Luke-st., *
• CUcago.UU
—niAit* B- __
Uebt« Jc Bradbury ■> Piano Fortes, lc
MASON A MELODEONS, 3
Music Publkher. and Sole Agent-Wnolesale and Retail, of bo
OliTu Dtxsos'a extensive Catalogue of Mudleal t'ii
PuUlkulon*. an
iwoktxi crmi hjscshtios or kcsical xz&cntZDax. >
New I'laaos to Hire, wheia tatlkfactory reference* ate <
gives.
PIANOS TO BENT.
The highest price paid for old llano* la exchange for new.
11. M IX. tespccUuily announces to the public, that be |
bu made arrangements with itrnm three «n<wt extennve and
reliable bouses In the East (la the manufacture of Piapo
For Us. Meiodeon*. and the publication flf iluale), fur tus
exclusive agency. In Uili State, for the sffle of aforesaid ar
tide* of Musical Merchandise. If lUfertuccafitiehjgti
eat order, for the superiority of Llghte and Bijulttirys
Piano Fortc«, can beglren at 43 Lake itrtift. In the large t.
Iron Front Block, Jatfl-IWHy
— C
09 . . . Sonth Clark &»., ... 00 '
Importer and wholesale dealer la Musical lßstrum«ita, c
String* and Sheet Music. Alio Sole Agvat for the Celebra
ted piano Fortes of Boardman, Gray * Co-, Old llanos
takes la exchange for new Pianos, etc, Melodeon to rest.
Pianos, Onsuu,Melodeoutonedan-1 repaired,and Improve j
i all other UwlrumtnU. Ail onJcr* tlnnkfalJy received and »
p » o ,pa J «x OT wuy^!»»i ß^ni _ n;3BAijER _ *
le2-d451-ly No. 93 South Clark street.
Bags. . i
IIICAGO BAG AGENCY.— s
57S South Water street. .
SEAMLESS GRAIN BAGS of various *Ue* and quail*
] 'flour SACKS-halres. quartrr*, elgtth*-prtnted to 1
a oidu cf tnv drrimd paiteia.
lIAM .»A<'KS—every stzeusrds j
Q 'NS«Y HAGS— t'wo and Uuee bushel*. 1
Comml*>lon Merchants, Miller*. Grocer* aad Provision i
9 Dealers will flodjostthe aiticle wanted In our stock Or- .
den solicited. HAWKINS & CHAPMAN.
BAGS I BAGS! S BAGSIII 1
* HARWELL'S ' i
steam bag mmciosr, :
™ 43,41 ft 45 Wabash avenue, Chicago,
j. BAGS AND SACKS of every description.
famished on short notice,
and printed with
NEW AND BEAUTIFUL BRANTS
SIMEON FAR WELL.
34 aps-d&wly-t771
_ BiUS ! BAGS !! HAGS !!!
E Cora Exchansi Bas BlKnafactorj«
EART, AST EN * CO- 157 Sooth TTater street. Chicane,
I. E. CLARK & C 0„ 121 Bread street. New iorfc.
jj- w ifrrif-mrM ass Btit.m cr
£ BAGS OF EVEBY DESCRIPTION.
»f HUlera* and Grocers Itew, made and printed to W.lh
beautiful brands. New and second-hand feamteis drain and
all Gunny Ua»% for SWp|>cr»% Milk*r»'and Fanatta* u.«s. l>afs
m- for Flour, tiuctwlieil. Feed, ilams, sa!t, SeeJ, 4c.
SU< or Order* filled with fideliw and despatch.
Ba*s loosed to shippers. mvi-iT-dl?6
« /CHICAGO MILL-JbUIOUSIiISG
"" DETOT.
:he •
L T. If*. Baxter JC Co.,
Z FRENCH BURR
| MILLSTONES,
Of All Quarries, and
J ۥ W. Urotru , i Patent portable!
Si Flouring aud Grist .Hills,
And Dealers In
't- DUTCH ASKER BOLTING CLOTHS.
' to
Sinat Mills and Separator*,
r. EepantonforWarchouen,
- cf all Unis,
E- SobtiagjßcrewsandllA:!*,
aka Bna Dcstere, Pecks, Proof Staak,&c. ( Ac.
rble
Kj .Fairbanlcs' Scales
l«r AX °
MILL FCRNISIILVG GENERALLY'
osa,
ix Plana. Spedflcauloss and Estimate* famished when delred
~7 and the constrnrtlon of Steam and Water
[g Mill* contracted for entire.
Ur- ■ jTEAM ENGINES, BOILERS, &c.
•S Tbesnbscrlbenbavinfo talced the for the aale of
Steam Enclnea, ana from tee ianufjcurr of
QOCLDLSG, BAOLEV * SEWELL, OF WATER
-418. r TOWN N.T^
would Invite the attention of purchaser* to their superior
X A merits of style, worunanshlpand powers; also, their very
- u j low price*. The follow n< Is a list cf prices of Entice
dat and Boiler, tojKtm r with Ucatcr. Water and Steam l'i|>ea.
Cocks, Valves. Arch Castings and tints*, complete and
ready for use, delivered In Chicaco;
Vg ft orsepower. *sno Whonepower. ILSCO
\ ft - " 67S 45 - ~ ......... 1
$?« 10 - " 725 43 M M 1,673
.fc* 14 m - £io 3S .* M tOtt)
J« M " 1100 40 - ........Vt^LC
and In like proportion for the* as repaired.
om- Every Engine Is furnished with
s of
Lt Jndson', Patent Conrnar Vain
E.
For Flour Mill*. We confidently recommeid them as rape
rior to any other style or E&flne, and they will
Itve fm 85 to SO per cent, la Fad
ider. Orer the usual das* of Roller* In ve la the West. We
ego. t h<» keep an asortment of different Hit* U our e»ubllsh.
ment where they may he exaadncd and tht lnfor>
A, taailon obtained them. Competent men will. If
desired, be furnished U> Kt up and sUrt
J l , of the country. Wcalso supply
(WATER WHEELS, SHAFTING, GEARING. Ae.
AtTery Low Figure*.
47 T. W, BAXTER & CO.,
TQ icilFunilshlnr Depot, West Water etrert, between Ran-
AO dolpn and Madbon, Chlcsg*.
KF*P. 0. address Box 274. 5*3 b9S9 ly
"VTEW EXGLAND FIRE AND
c«fo J-1 Minn Ix«L*ax9«x Covr>rr,
eior ' or HARTFORD, COXXECTICCT.
Asnt* /alf 1, ISU, *23]^slJ»
"on . Insurance Against Losi by Tire.
? *2 UVHBARD 4 nu.NT, AjrenvC Oh'cap,
■jgt, JyHly-dTSS Cor. Clark and JsouU Water urcet.
r t I
xrble tl • XOTEBROKZI?.
tone M«n«r for on*, tcs or five year* at Ivw Tats*. Iteslaeai
wfllnfiirt
QOfi BBLS. S£ESS PORK on con
ly yUv alenmest, for sale by J. J. RICILVRDS.
>— 50 Bxs. STAR CANDLES on con-
Blfßtcent, for sale by J. 'J. RICHARDS.
"?■ 200 Bbls. EX. FAMILY FLOUR,
rtH** en for sale br J. J. RICfTARDS.
Lii- ]y!9 lw Np. 3
fifa! 9~Ann 51 A TS CASSIA.
IK- PirinPOCKE'lS OF O. G.
/ Java now in stor* aod for sale by
jylfl REYNOLDa, ELY A CO.
its qnn BBLS GOLDEN SYRUP
fJ\ JV / for iale Ly I'.KINOLI).'. EI.Y k CO.
nAA BBLS RE-BOILED. 3IO
aTI LASSES now latxllcfc and for sale by
- Jyia REYNOLIJS. ELY k CO.
~ QOO BOXES M. R. AND
"i" t)V/Layer Ralslcs Jost ncrired,in yrinie order,
and lor sale on liberal teras ta the trade.
Jylß REVNOLDS. ELT A CO.
ES, n/vn BAGS PEPPER FOR
. &\J\J **leTfTTcheaa.
- itfeTyOLDS. ELY A CO.
m lAA BAGS ALLSPICE IN
WJyj *tnre and for aale.
■ J)l3 REYNOLDS, ELT A CO.
HS tCA BALES CLOVES FOR
-st. fj\J Mtoonllberal terau.
«rif •wrvm rw FT.T k
LCi ~"
t iIIANUMUUbb—IO BAIUihJLS,
V-/Just rcoiTed by J. SNOW.
py iyl 10 D«arborart;\et,
rn BOXES AVESTEHN RE
., V\_7 ■ereeCheese.justneelvedonesiitiznmentby
AO, jt£S J. SNOW. Sio. 10 Dearborn s«eet.
9A -TlOf LBS. DRIED AP
. 4mi\Jrn\J V-/ V-r VLESoneoßsSsnment, for sala
low. Jyl WM. LITTLE A CoVfa go. Water.
TSA— 300 HF. CHESTS TEA AT
mylowpriaa, WM.' LITTLS A CO„
«e(, 1»1 South Water street.
pQFFEE—IOO BAGS RIO AND
vt La<ul» Coffee, as )owas the low«t.
Jyl WM. UTILE A CO, I« Sogth Water st.
ZiZ TJRINTING of description
JT «J. A at Pros and Tribune Job Oflcc. .
<**> l jy» WM. H.RANP.
TO. "DAMPHLETS got tip in the neat-.
1- - 1 eat manner, at the Prta* and Tnbaee Job Office.
:AT, It* WM. H. RAND.
BILL-HEADS," CIRCU-
K-/ lartkAc-*®-, at short notice, at Pros and Tribune
. Job O&c*. SI Clark IL RAND.
Ide- -poSTBRS, HAND-BILLS, PRO-
M noune*. Ac-. In om or many colon, at P«* and
y xrthene JobUfflca.MClark Kreet. WM. ILRaND.
ND IWALT FOB SAlX—About 2800
x~. Xvl inWiMm *•» tgm*4JWm Bnator.
*™ 4 - • ■ DVYXTX
jjtHwjea *o. mi gSklf tut imt,
TLLTNOIS SAVINGS INSTITU- TL
X no.r—ir TIIF. city of cbicaco. I IT
- )aQ6»«IMI9 tlltOtlT, UiT, 1 No.
M lWWaaUackaSt. lbtbadbt dumb Bloc*. [
This Zudtsttai fwtm Pepotita of ' ' I CU
' VlVic CEfTS, • 1
acd opwarJi. fran afl dime* of pemsa, Indaißng I
ffinonaadnUrriadWontt, I 1/
aDdaDow*lnlm*tatth*tateofrixpercent.peTasnuai. . I j
Dividend* payable on thaflr»t Monday of JanYaadJU}* |
fivitxza; I
JohnH.KlMle, Q. B.Hubbaid, I AU
Geo.W.l>ole, Conrad L. DWiL JohnS. Reed, I
E.S.Wllllama, O.ILW.LnU. Ala.C.Coventry, I
JohnO.Usls**, B.W.Raymond, JaradGage, l
>'athan B. Kidder. 1 A
Office open dally during the osnaMioura of and oft I
Tueahiy and Saturday eveninzs. I
JOUN C. HAINES, President. | t
y. P. EtPPxa. Cashier. myl»-y I Sa
ON FIRE INSUR-
I U ANCE. 1 JJ
I Agency Continental Insurance Co* New York,) la,
N'o. 8 Sout Clark St„ Shkago, July li, ISU. { I*•
I Customeia of this Company are hereby notified, that a I |
I Dividend of Fifty (») percnt on the earned piemlum ha* I _
| been thlsday declared. Scrip for the aantt will be ready I tl
I fordilirerySeptember Ist. SlxpercenUintcrestonthescßp 1
I of 1357 and 18m will be paid on demand. I I
I MASON A CO, Agent*. I J
I We are issuing Policies on desirable &r« risk* !a the above I
I Companr aad In other similar Companlt* at the same rate* I
I charred by C«.mpanle* of far les* responsibllltv. I
I * ♦ Jyl»teto»dßlt. _ I
TTARTFORD FIREINSUR'NCE J;
I a 1 COMPANY. Chastxesd or ISIO. | ,
I NINETY-EIGQTU SEMI-ANNUAL STATEMENT: I .
I Saalt SapUaland Sarploa, Slajr 1, 'SO) I Q|
|o
1 LOSSES PROMPTLY ADJUSTED AND PAID AT I _
| THIS AOESUY. 1
I For Insurance on Dwellings, rufnltur*. Store*, Wars. I
I boova-nd coiitenia. Merrhaoaue, Gndn, Mill*, Manufacro* I I
1 tirica, Farm D*ell>n«s, Uieu»U.v Live Stock. H*r. Onin, 1
1 and property rf all Una*, apply to HUNT A HIGOINSON I C
I Cha*. U, licsiT, No. 1, Loo ml*' Block. I
| Geo. M.lltwsraos. jyUd77J6m I -
]
Ii\SIjIt.VIVCE COMPANY 1
I —OF— 1
. HAHIYOBD, CONN>, ' I
1 I Incorporated 1819 Charter PerpetsAl. I
C**h CMptt*lmtutßurpia»...s2 9 030,423.80 1
i 1 Fire and Inlaud Blake 1 ■
, I TAKEN AT LIBERAL TERMS AND RATES. |
I Efpeclal dlfrMnn to Insurance of Dwellings acd I ,
, ] Contast* for term* or one to five year*. 1 -
i ASSETS JVLY 1, 1850. I ■
f AUTHORIZED CAPITAL. #Lsoo,oa>oo I
("PAID UP CAPITAL ><ooo,ooo 00 I
ASSETS SO J
B ParVaL MktTaL I
BascfTOCK*—ln New York. Hart- I
I ford, Boston StLoulv etc.... $300,4:0 00 #315,544 00 I
I UsnxpSraTxa'STWKandTaaasn- I
aTNwras.
I State ! ; tocxa—ln >ew lork, Obio, • I
- I tLentucay, Tennessee and Alia- 1
aoarl . .170,000 00 I£S,OSOOO]
, I Cm htocxs—Hartford. Rochester, I
'• i Brooklyn,Jer»yCity ... 113,000 00 116,000 03 I
I Rail lUiad txocas—ijart/onl A I
0 I New Haven, IloAon A Worcta* I
> lev, and Connecticut River..... 83,700 00 ST.ttSOO I
Moxtoao* B<wm W St.OS ft)
I Uxat. fcataix-unincumbered 70,104 78 1
a I Mt*c-BXASMCa Itims
> | Cwhoahana aad depodtedoa call I
| andlaAgenl** 10td*..... ' £50,303 13 I
t2fi3o,<aso
'j LIABILITIES: I
I Cxahu—unadjostedand-eot dne. $33,212 C 3 j
I Applications received, and Poileea Issued or raewed by I
) any of Its duly authorized Agent*. Losses equitably ad- I
I Justed and paid In fund* current at any of the Bank* In I
| TM>if»it« j
I A«nts appointed, supplies furnished, and all business per- I
I talnine to a general supervision in the State of Hlinoi* |
| promptly attended to by WM. B. PATCH. |
I • State A rent, Springfield, lUincta, i
HUBBARD sl HUNT, Aguitator Chicago,
I Jyls-ty. Mo. l Lomls' moo.cor. S. Water A Clark, rt I
\f ORTH ASIERICAN FLLiE IN
XI SURANCE COMPANY,
j ' Or Hasxfosd, Cosaxcncrr. I
PAU> UP CAPITAL, 9360,000.
lnsurance Againvt Z*oss by Tira Only. I
I HUBBARD A HUNT, Areata, Chicago, I
I Cor. Clark and South Water >t. I
NOUtVICU riHE ISSUBASCK CO., I
I Or >9BWtCn, Cos*. I
Paid np Capital, . I
nnUEANCE AGAINST LOSS BY FTRZ. I
I HUBBARD A IIUNT. Agents, cor, of South Water and I
I C'ark aU 6f>t floor. Loomls* block. ocis-b9QS I
rtUICAGO FIREMEN'S
1 \J INSURANCE COMPANY,
OFFICES. W. COR. LAICEond CLAZK-St*.
« (UP STAIRSO
CAPITAL - -- -- -- - 9200,000.
DIRECTORS: I
1 Thnrnii Church, B. W. Rarmoud, Geo. W. Dole, ]
E.H. ILniilock, J. K. Doisforti, Orrington Lunt. |
C. B. Farwell, W. il. Larrabee. J. T.tdwards, I
TIIO.TKAS cnrucir, Preset,
I C.N. HoLDEN, Sec"y, JOS. E. BROWN.Surveyor. I
I auy&SaCi>ly. I
rrilE I'IKEXIX INSUItiVNCE
I J- COMPANY, of the City of Chleago, Office No. lMa» I
7 j annlc Temple, opposite Post (Mice. I
AutLorUed Capital, «-VW.CvO I Paid In and secured, I
i r»incas,—3. F. John A. E.C. Wild- 1
I er. A. EdwarJv Hiram l». Smith. I
j. Ccirru L. Nosm; Ueueral Agent: Jobs A. NtCßoia, I
I PrulJent; Lewis B. Rc?oxu. City Surveyor; £. O. I
I Secretary. I
9* I imt Fire, Marine, and IcUnd Navigation Insurance. I
j ' i«rMy j
s I JOIIN B. ACKLEY & CO.,
life, Fire fnd KArise Insurance Agency
j Office—No. 4 Masonle Temple, Chicago, BL j
I iscrrs roa mx I
I CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO., I
-W I Afj«lreii OajrtlAJ r\»WAV»
GREAT WESTERN INSURANCE AND TRUST CO,
I Cal*ltid and Surplus |-V£,C«.O j
HOWARD FIRR AND MARINE INSURANCE
I Capital aul 5urp1u5................|7UJ^00
I myl'y
i' IJKOIiIA MAPJXE AND FIRE
. I X INSURANCE COMPANY,
* orPcoria.
Capital. HfS-22 i
I pAidcplnCjuh............ «... WW
. I mtinHut mmd Fir* Rltkw Lmdrrtcrtttf
f ON MOST FAVORABLE TERMS. 1
:IU Lossea Promptly Adjusted and Paid at |
I tiiU A« euef.
rior J. A CO. WRIGHT, Agent,
try I la4-bSlo>ly No. 143 Scuth Water street. Chicago.
fine —— . ■■ ■■ ....
ia QITY" INSURANCE COMPANY,
| Fire and 9farlne.
UJ or rtoiui. ui.
67a j infttnnee against louea by Fire and the Peril* cf Navig*'
,0U) I Uon and Tranapc nation at Fair Rate*.
1 LAKE, RIVER AND CANAL RISKS TAKEN.
I Capital paid up and invested. .' 9100,000
I Authorized Capital .... 1 ..... 1 .*W0,000
I B. L. T. Jjc'y I PETER SWEAT, Pre*.
I Applloilous for lasUranue la the above company received
I and Policies Issued by GEO. M. lIIGbINSON,
I No. 1 Looml* Building. Chicago
WESTERN world insur-
I T ANCE AND TRUST COMPANT.
PAID IS CAPITAL $230,000.
Oflee Woe. r*2 and 144 South Water
|t«[j j etreet, Cblcaso, Illinois.
pait I - fire. Marine aad Island Navigation In*»nne*.
I Kttuorpio^roij,
I O. Kendall.. Ge«. IL Ua*elW»n, Ami! Benedict, X. S.
- I Ohurrh.Chw.il. Abbott. Gi-O. H. HA7.ELToN.Prea.
j ALFRKD EDWARDS, CHAS. IL ABBOTT,
j apsHr-dJ7J Secrctarr. Treasurer.
T. L. iTIILLER,
u ; IINSUEANCE AGENT.
Office Ko. 150 Sonth Water street.
Fhceniz Fire Ins. Co.
I Ciip\m and SiVp^us
" Conway Fire Ins. Co.,
] Capital and Surplus,
r $25.7,3 1 3 00.
s n Hampden Fire Ins. Co.
I Citpiu'tf and Surplus
S. l " . $333,76 too.
Montauk Fire INS. Co.
g. I Capital aad Surplus,
[A. §I?|,UO «0.
J tc Lorillard Fire Ins. Co.
J Capital and Surplus,
$364,3 1 70.
JP
°— Manhattan life Ins. Co.
.O- | Capitol and Surplus,
o_ $700,000 00.
;D I ];»■■» T. 1.. MILLER, AttnU
rder, j
1 arrfjitrcts anu i^uilbcrs.
Q. P. RANDALL,
* ARCHITECT,
I tFFICE IN THE PORTLAND BLOCK, CHICAGO.
)R yyUiIAJI W. BOYINGTON,
Architect sat Saperlateattat.
' I Oarefhl and minute Specification*, asd ■
ft, I RELIABLE DETAILED ESTIMATES
i Made from Diawlnj*.
»-r« I Ovnca>4£ D*wSbrn and, tr*t door north of Post Of.
I tea. my!7v7My
Q L. WHEELOCK,
Architect and Saperiateatent,
£L_ I OFFICE NO. 7T DEARBORN BLOCK. -
1 OppasiU tha Poat Chlcw. naISbCS
„ 1? BURLING, ARCHITECT,
5h- I Us N0a.44 and 4t LaaaUa atrert, (ntr Boftua A
fD Sg«is
I siasy of the b«A buildings Is rhkirn bull
t* 1 vata—a*erldaiges of his ability, >n<ow
1 >'» w<n S* «wwH*i Hi tha .MM,
ion ]
il. j (iTamases.
vaCTo WELCH'S EASTERN
I asm (Vriagt Reporitorj, CS aad M rtaatt*
ITT I street, (betwaen Like aad Ctk*ro. UL Kaapa
/(J- I oanstantly on hand agnod assortment of new aad aeeoad*
>him I ****** CaolagM stored, or soki om
I r. W.WELCH-
- SHELTON, TU'ITLE A
ID 1 aDK Co'* KASTBUr
I TOi<r.at lMricaaTriaioet^linOo߻aayls
istor. I Top aai Ow a—a,4e^Sfc.«a*
nt,
•vriLKS Jk WKIGHT, ]\
IVI COXMBSIOX
Boutk Water tte* rtmt*. 4
«t.yittport.m. IW PJ
XTEELY, LAWRENCE A CO., u.
X (reae««o«* to uhut *. **b- t * w-)
PRODWCE, COMMISSION AJTD IfOSWABDISQ
JftfQti.Hi*
• n8.t....».r.iiw«0ci....*. T. troun,
11 t W. UVUKt
Pwonal attention siren to ale* of
firafo. iY«w. *r*9i*4m*, mmd Cmwmtrjf
! ring. «
OTDodnaa exdusirely Commission. Also, dealer* la
SaltWater-Lfane.Quick-Lime plasteriacHalf.4e.
jy» and34oSooth Water-»t^(.hkajgo,lTl. 1
C.TEVENS, BROTHER A
0 QC.EBAL COSIMIsaOS MEKOHASTS. *
229*. . Sonth Water Street --- B9 v
CHICAGO,' ILL. u
I pr Post Office Box 2959. oy<-ly-d717
IE. U. Stktcts. S. H. Srxnp*. J. B. lUtkoto. {
TODWARD SACKET, "
I " COStSttSSIOX MZSCUAST, . V
I %S Lake and J<7 South Water Street.
) AdTancea mad« on cowteuneat*. Win giw hi* A
f rire attention to the «!ean£purcbaM of all kinds of P"> r
I stock, Ac. fas clo6 tl
HT F- CKAIG & CO., I
I X* COMXtSSIOX JtBRCBJLXTS. <.
I GWe their exclusive attention to th« purchase awl »Ie
lof flour. Grain, Live Stock, l*rorUloo*. and all kln<b of b
1 Oountry Produce. JeSWmdflW *
[• NO. ISt KINZIE STREET, CHICAGO. e
Tl KREIGH & CO., s
I JL/s eo.vuissiox nzRcaAXTSt '
I Comer of Sooth Water and Franklin street*, Chicago, IQ.
I p. Kmibb. my 10110 £. P. Tatlo.
A MIX EE, "
ricKEss jl\d cojnissioi hekcusts
I 231 South Water St., Chios*, (
I . Offer for sale
I 800 bbls Extra Clear Pork, - IMbbl* Clear Perk, ■
I 330 hf-bbls Family do, SW bbt* Mea* Pork,
I «ahhU Prime Pork, 173 bbia Mea* Beet. (
I l.io tierces A bbls Leaf Lard, COO btOssufarcuredban
1 1000 Smoked Uams for Fam* in pickle.
1 I lly use, extra nice.
I •wanna tuna. s.s.L»tt* l
npUCKEIt A RANDOLPH,
[ I X GESZRJLL COMHMtSIOX MERCPdXTS,
1 No SLoomli" CuildiDg. comer Scnth Waierand CUik sta,
I Make advance* on Grain, Flour and Provisions for sale In
1 Chicago or fca&Urn market*. Jel»to-dSSI
' /CLEVELAND &-ASPELL,
M coMxrssiox xebcua.tts,
' I No, 74....5tate Street....Xo. 74
I Prompt personal attention given to the Sale of all kinds of
| Country Produce.
J I /. g. cxxtixajp. lmyi3-IT-dai3} c. J.
" "DRO\VX & BARBER,
| JL> PRODUCE,COMMISSION and SB2PPINQ
<J I ITlerebauta,
a I And Dealer* In Malt, Barley and Eastern Hop*.
I Office—No. 7 South Clark sU (up atalra.) Chicago, ffllnoU.
I Hn.il Utowa. [mat y] Faaact* E. Baaaxn.
I QUIVER & TAYLOR,
7 I \_y FORWARDING k COMMISSION XERCILASTS.
I —mo—
f AGENTS FOR MICHIOAN HARDWOOD LUMBER
I We can funsbh on the shortest notice all kind* of Hard
I Wood and White Wood Lumber cut to bill* at low** ca*h
3 1 price, office No. J U South Water street, Chicago, UL
7 I my7-3m-d^i>7
» "\f URRY NELSON,
I li 1 Produce. Commission and Shipniss Merchant,
F: I No. 514 South Water stmt. _ _.
M I (Areot for the FoU-on Starch works, Oswejco N. T.)
1 Liberal cashadrance* on Flour and Grain for shipment to
I Oswego or New York, or In store; giving the shipper the
rt I privUrse of sfiUlng In either market for one commission.
_ I apis
T7DWARD IIEiIPSTEAD,
Pi WHOLESALE GROCER.
| 71 • - SoutU Water Street, - - 71
I CHICAGO, ILL,
I tW Agent for the nle of Pupont'* Powder. apS<<7My
"ONDEUWOOD A CO.,
'• I COKUtSSIOS MSRCEA.NT3,
mia^lS2So«thW,t«rStr«tk( , Aoo
, d "W E AR E PREPARED TO
TV JIAEB
g Ca,h Adrancea on Grain
I Fct >blpm«it E«t, the owner the privilege of itU
-1 Inz In uut&du or Sew Yurk for the tame commUaion.
■- I UNDERWOOD A CO,
*• | jca*77 IMS. Water street.
u \ T D. SINCLAIR & CO.,
I tl • SHIP XROKERS ± COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
I Marine Intcinsesee and Sh]ppiH2 Office. Draft* «n Ye»*
"• | selsßourhtand Collected. >O. il*, corner FraskUn and
•» I South W aur streeta, Taylort Block—Office No. li, CUkajto,
I IMI"* 11 *- mhll-^m-caa
"• riEORGE R. ECIO.EY,
~ 1 Vj (Formerly Ecxunr, Moasi * Co.)
E I PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANT,
[a> I Havicp purchased the Interest of mr partners In the firm
| of Eckter, Uone A I will continue the Pnnluce Com*
y) I mlusion lowncM on the above style. Office N«. 7 Poa*>
. I rorsbulldlne.curnerof Clark and Water streets.
I jciDbKtn GCuKOE K. EGELET.
3* pULVER & COMPANY, ,
" I \J COMMISSION MEHCBANT3,
I SIS Sooth Water Street,
I B.F. Cult**.. Oa!b9U) C.E.Cultx*.
IITILLIAJIS lt IIOUGIITELING,
>T COMMISSION MERCHANT&,
J I No. SJOU South Waterstrect, second door West of Well* 1
1 ftrtet UrUite. rivctbeire*chi*lT« attention to the sale «at 1
I purcha.«e of all Iclnds of produce, kt'tk. «n CommMon. 1
I Cash advance* made on BUb of Ladlnx and properly la |
9. I " nr * Utrer to Georxe Smith A Co., Marine Bank anil Geo. 1
I Steele Act.. * . iato b9«t I
I K. A. Wtmaxs. W. P. Hocoaramca. 1
J I" EES & WALLER,
"* I 1 J coVMtssioy vrsrffAXTS. \
I No. 79 Bum Stam, New Tonx Cxrr
1 WALLER A CO^
TJ* I No. I? Stat* Sraxcr, Crioaoo, Ilx^
I Cash advance* madeon Pmduceln*tore. or shipped tooor
I hou>e In New York. JAS. li. WALLER, Chicago.
J AS. LEES and EDW. WALLEIt, New York. apUly
sg PUMSEY, BROTHER & CO.,
I Lib COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
I Give their exdoslve attention to the pqrshase and*aleof
I Flmtr, Grain, and other Produce, on Commission,
fct I No. lis South Water, cor. CUrk-fL, ChlcafO. noS aSSS
T J. RICHARDS,
i. I U • PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANT,
it I . No. 3 Pooeroy's Bulldln*. Chicago.
tj I I<brs/ArMrn,Vs4«M C*mairmmt4«t»»
I RtyxxEJrcx*. —J. n. Dnnhvn, J. Toons Scammon, Geo,
I W. Dole, Romsey. Bro, & C<r, Chicago; Royal Moore*,
| Naples, 111.; Woodruff Jt Co- New YorK; Ilruiu A Wc«d
--n, I ruff, St. Louis; J. Buna, Banker, SprUiffCU, li; C. S,
Dole, Chicago. y ■■--r ap U. M
000 CAWYER, WALLACE & CO.,
000 I O COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
v. New Yoac.
red I .
I UNDERWOOD & CO.. Cmciao.
to | mhtt'Sßly • Aceats for iheNorth-Wetf.
R.
business darts.
A IKEN & NORTON,
«r I XV BANKERS AND DEALERS IN
I Loomls's Bulld'nf,S. W. cor. Clark and South Wateret.
1 Ll(*rU d.aeounta customen. Collection* made and
| drafts remitted Ui all parts of the Union.
BRANCH, SHANNON &
JJ PARSER,
r. | ATTORNEY ' ±T LAJT,
1 ST. JoSEf tl. MO.
| P - ac' r l« n all the Court* of Noithwestera Missouri; also,
I la Kansas Territory, and in the Supreme Court of Missouri.
M I Taxes paldf-Taon residents. All busla«n* entrusted to them
1 I will be faithfully attended to; aod all collection* promptly
* " I remitted on day of payment.
.4 I iirtixicii:
.1* I Solomon Sturmr.Chlcazs, ill; Join Cnrby, St. Jowph,
I UO4 Uovaline. MclalnA Co, St Joseph, Mo.: J. R. Bell A
I C&,S;.Josenh,Mo.; Glfes F.I-llley.St.LO'Ula.Mo.; Hon.
I F. I'. St. Louis, Mo. je1440-d>iS
I a. a. aaayctt. d. x. nuyaoa". j. c. KAaxo.
QPIES 4 BURT,
I O COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
I Ifo. 75 Chettanl, North Side,
Is a I Between ThlrW and Fourth street*. St. Louis. Mo.
I {W~ Mr. B. I* Notary Public aadComalwtoner of Deed!
I for every S<atc In the Lnlon.
( References In Chka^o—Scripp*. Broa* A Sseara."
1 ratptaicx srtp. Uel-ly-vlgq 'CjATij o. ww.
T» F. JAMES,
Q ( 1 A-**ATTOBSEV at ZAir and sotast public,
I No. M Randolph street, comer of Stale,
I iel-Sa Room No. 1.
T THORNE OLARKSONr" ~
I 1(J • AiiOMNETAND 'fyfXsELLOR AT £A W.
I So. n' Portland Block.
I NOTARY PUBLIC. Ckxom, 111. myiMy
T?RANKLIN AVEBSTER.
Q, I JL: attornet and cocncelor atlavt.
I Soi.lliJi4l3*ehtadiedl!httreli Sloek,
I Coraer of Clark and
TANSE"N & BROSS,
I/* I el ATTORNEYS. SOLICITORS, and PROCTORS CI
I ADMIRALTY, No. 17 Lumen's Block, corner Clark and
I Chleagn, 111. Jon.v A. Baan, U. S. Com.
I mla»lonerNortheniDlslrict,lll. Notary Public of Cc&lt**.
I ut p. jascr. lap&l CM <m] jou jl. ims.
ATASON A CCU
S XT4. INSURANCE AGENTS,
I Bk>I«'« Botldla^
I feSS-cgO-Iy So. laSocth Water street, Chka|q.lP.
T>ASS 4 MULVEY.
| _L) ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
( No.47Clartstrect,Chlcaco.
GO. I raasJxs aaa*. (ocl-b43-lyJ jCTiua mm.
__ SHARP & CO.,
V IMPORTERS AND DEALERS hi Crockery, CU*9
> I andChlna.Tab(eCutlery.Lookln£Gla**e*,Ca«MnaßaEb>
I tannia Ware No. 10> Lake
\ Ci. n. & L.'HAFLIN.
, I VJV WHOLESALE PAPER WAREHOUSE,
I 40 Soita Water Street.
Of 1 * *
I Are now receiving their spring stock of Fine ml
— I astern Book which tnefofflet at low prica.
I Prtetlng paper of every *iie and best qaUf. p<7.blo>
"\7TJLCAIJ FQUNDRT.
I T CBnt<a*^eet,betwMßf > nttoaaad'CVroll t Chlaa{o
I HENRY WARKZ^GTCpC,
2*5 I Mann&etsrcr of Statknary and Ponahk
_ I |J ,nil MIO
T, I made to order aad Repairing promptlT al
« A I tanded to. fe*-ly
"PDWARD G. ASAY,
I Hi ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
I Ho. 77 Sattk Clark Street,
H I tta CoatHon*a. QiVvo. *y*-ly«tf7t
TVELAHAY, D.UGGER A GAL
— I XJ LAO?X^L
IN I 4fTdMN£Z3 AND COFXSEZZOXS AT LA W,
vb» I LxAvnrwoera Crrr. E.T.
2m I WID attend to all profeMlonal bualnoa eatmteS to thair
55. I cara;ate, to boytaf, selling, or pajlutexea upon real ev
1 M 1 take. Wti alio attend to Land Wanaatfc or toter»
I Is( iamltn aay peetlon of tha Territory.
* I oAea No. so Delaware «neU-nn«alia.
z~ REFERENCES:-Hou. A. LLncols. Snrfacteld. IB;
t | Hon.A. M. Hatch,Spriartsld.luTsT«. BiaSiwsa,E*oJ
* Chlojo LSmythe, Gore € CoZ JJt.' Louis: Hon. JohnM.
m. I Hlmtr.fciltejSlU. I»l' JjaTK TMam. AcUuri&e. II k
aft I Hpn.G«*l*T-Brown, En., Altaa.ill-B.Gfatt Btowo,*
■* I ""feniiT?feauSS
„ 1 »i I '» e^"4tlW^...W;T,lWWk
UaiLtoaM. .
\fICHIGAK SOUTHERN AND 7
iTX LA KB SHORE RAILROAD. Season Arrange- -*■
tu#nl.ltfA take* eflbrt oo and after April 3d. I
Great Through Route to New York, Boston, Philadelphia, th<
myftm-rr Waahlngtoo. Sprinlleld, Wonester. Portland, St.
Qaebtst Bridge, NUpowFaUi, Buffalo, M<
Imm W Albesy, Batland. Montreal, Toledo, Cleveland, Ik
ptttsb «, Ilanabunii, Wheeling; Syncose, Troy, Bar- as
llnatoa, and ad the potau In Pennsytraiila, New Yjrr, and
the New England state*. at
«.M f m Mail aad Accommodation, via eld Michigan Line,
dally, Sundsfs excepted, reaching Tok-do at
- pm, cosoecting at Adrian with train rvachhur Do* la,
traltat7:Upn>. eeonectlng with traisson Great L»
Western R.R.Llae.
140 an. New York Express (datfy exeept Sunday.) via ar
Goahen Air lone, reach Toledo at 43ft pm, and gc
Detrou direct at 7:13 to connect with trains
on Great Western Railroad EaAward, aad all
points Interior In Canada.
0.-OO pa. New Yo-"-"d Boston Express, (dafly. SaWnUva j<
excepted), vta old Michigan road, readies Toledo
at &o) am, and Detroit 11A connecting with
pm train on Great Weatm R.R. bt
(Vnmeeuon made at Clyde and MonroeviOe for aQ points ol
interior In Southern and Middle Ohio. Dire* eonnsdtcea c
Cleveland with trains for Pittsburgh. PhUadflqhta. h
iaiiuhlmofv, flaking as nulck time a« any other route. Z
WOODKUt'rs PATENT sleeping C'ARS torn,
nor all night trains on this route to New York and Boston*
*/m »■.!■« fbr are newly Oiled with Ventilstois j,
aod Dusters.
- - CITY OF BUFFALO,
BiififiH A. D. Pnxxsa, Commander. -
IVESTERN METROPOLIS, W. T. Pint, Commander.
Form an Evening Lino between Cleveland aad Buffalo. n
One of the ab»ve magnificent boats will leave the c. C. (j
AC. Railroad Dock, every evening, tSunday*
exceoted). at S o'clock, or on the arrival of the am* from
the souutand West, matin* a ku cunnecllua at
with the morning tmiu» on the New York Central aad tw- t
tikK >ew York A Erie Railroad, for Niagara Pails, Ro* J
cheater, Syracuse. Ron»e. Utlca, Albany, Coming, ElmlA, P
Oaego, New York and Borton. v , .
It is infirm tospcak elaborately of the above boate.be-
Ing already well known to the traveling public a* In all re- C
•pect* Flrst-Clsas coMaosuca and aavx.
Thoa metering a acmmef trip to New York or any point «
e*»tof the mart desirable of any that cotttd be
can be had at all Ticket OSces In the West, aad
at the Company's Office unJer the Revere House, comer of »
Randolnh and-Dearbom streets, and at the depot. ;
G. M. GRAY, General Westers Agent. J
Jotei D. CaitwuttA, Gen. Supl. Jets ;
"\TICHIGAN CENTRAL AND '
1U GREAT WESTERN (CANADA) RAILWAY
9ommer Arranciißieot.
Ttalna leave the Great Central Depot, foot of Lake street;
Accommodation, (Sucdaya excepted) a^
rive at Detroit 3r23 pm.
7A) azo—dndnnatl Express—(.Sunday* excepted) Arrive at <
Indianapolis 4:«) pm; Clndunatl at fc4o pm.
1 l t htclnf Express—(except Sundays) arrive at 1
Detroit£3o pm; SuspenMOn or Bwflhlo, '
4.-DU am: Albany SizO pm. New lork MUpm,
Botfon 13ou at lUUU
nm—New York aod Uo.ton Eipresa—<SaWnlayi ex
cepted.) Arrive at Itctrolt 7:13 am, Suspcmtoa
Bodge or BulEdo 4:3 D pm, Albanyi:4o am. New
York £3O am, Boston £iu pm.
ZM paa—Cincinnati mud Louisville Expwss (except Sat
' urday.) Arrive at IndlonaDoua at4:4Qam« Cin
' dnnatl at ih«> am. Louisville 4mn pm. •
I Only one train on Sunday at b: ju pm. TnearflOam and
kOO pm train* connect at Paris with ltuffalo Jl Lake lluroa
Hallway for Uulfolo and all point* East; at Toronto with
the Grand Trunk Railway to klngsUm, Ogdensburgh. Mon
real, tiuebec, and all points in Canada East, Northern Ver* '
moat. New llampsUlre and Maine.
OT Baggage cnecked through.
* TbrouzhTte*eUf'»r»aleatthe pitsdpal Railroad oOce*
In the North and W««c, and at the Company's Oflca. M
Dearborn itreet, Chlcaeo, at the depot, foot of Lake street.
: K. N. RICE, Superintendent.
S. J. Srauero. General l*aa.-enger Agent. j«P
ViXTSBURGH, FORT WAYNE
X AND CHICAGO RAILROAD.
Now completed and ears run from Chicago to Plttabargh
without change, coanecting with the great
FCDtuylTatih Central Railroad
To New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington
City, sod all the Interior town* of Pennsylvania, New Jer
sey. N.<w York, Maryland. Ac.
II Merchants, by taking this route, will have the benefit of
all the Eastern marfceta at no additional cost.
. Baggage checked thnw^i.
* Trims leave the depot, comer of Canal and Van Boren
, stmta, Wert Side, as follows:
u 730A.M— Morning txpnas, dally, fSundays excepted.)
u -a,} p. iL—Night Express-dally. (Saturdays excepted.
Connecting at Crestline with Cleveland aad Laka shore
Railroad to Dunkirk, UuJEilo. Niagara Palls, New York and
~ Boeton.and all Interior towns oi New Engtaad, New
• York Central and New Yurk A Erie Kallroads.
>v»n. southto Columbus. Zaneavlile, Newark, Mt. Vernon,
' Bteubeo7illc, Wheeling, and interior town* of Ohio aad Vir»
'1 11 The above trains concert at Forest with train* on Mad
£ River Road to Spnngfteld, Crbana, Uaytoo, and Cincinnati.
lo si*r» with trains at lama for Dayton and Cincinnati direct.
FARE AS LOW AS AN Y OTHER ROUTE.
_ pamesgers bound ttnd this route both pleasant
and agreeable. pa»log through tcanyof the largest aoddaeu
dlieiun the United state*.
Pamengers arriving at Chlcaro, on an? of tie roads, wOJ
Iflnd attentive check agents at tlie depots, to receive check*
and convey baggage tree of charge to the Pittsburgh and
Chicago cars. Sleeping Can accompanv each train.
Ticket* fur sale at aQ the principal Ticket Offices In the
17 West, sad st the Company's Odlce, corner uf Randolph and
Dearborn streets, opposite the Revere House, or at the
Depot West Side, comer of Canal and Van Burea street,
Chicago.
Be to ask fbr ticket* by Tom? Warn.
7. D.V.VL W. BOSsL Gcal Agent, Chicago.
JOHN B. ANDERSON. GenlSapertnuadent.
Freight of all kind* will be carried from Chicago to all
_ potatsEast at all times, at aa low rate* aa any other Rait
3 road route.
TO MERCHANTS AND SHIPPERS.
The Pittsburgh. Fort Wayne and Chicago K. ft. Company
havbueetfvcS«daaamngeiuentwtth the Pennsylvania Cea
tral Kallroad Company, for the tranrportotlun of T1 trough
„ FrdiUits, property cm now be shipped on this line between
Chicago, VbuadttpLla, Baltimore, New York and Boston,
w'.th and dispatch. CoutracU can b« made a
the following places:
_ No. i Astor House, . )
No. I Sooth WlUlaii *tteeS,> New York.
No. 3 Battery Pfccu, )
« No. U EUby street. Uostoa.
So. 3 Dock street. Philadelphia,
a- Depot, North street, Philadelphia,
sd Depot. Charles street. West side, near V Burea street
% Bridge, Chicago. _
O?" Mark package* vb P„ Ft. W ayne A C. R. R.
ForfuTther!n/imnaiion.Ac, 3p:>ly t«> m
J AS. W. ML'SSON. Freight Agent, Chicago.
J.J. Hocsrov GenlFreightAgXChictgo. o<yt
m PENNSYLVANIA C32NTRAL
a* X RAILROAD.
The Capacity of this Road bnowequal to any la the
Coustry.
THREE TUBOrCU PASSE.NGEU TOAWS
BETWEEN PITTSBURGH AND PHII.ADEPIILI*
' 'Connecting Dlrectln the iM-putat itttsburgh with
Throuxh Trwns from all Western <atlrt for Philadelphia,
«. New York. Boston. Baltimore and Wx>hlnet»n City; thus
famishing fUdlitle* for the transportation of pa e»wgt'T» un
■t surpoMeu for speed and comfort by any other route.
I, Express and Vast Lines run through to Philadelphia with
out change of Cars or Conductors.
,tt« Stcoking Cars are at:achot to each Train: Woodnift
ad Sleeping car* b> Expreaaaud Fast Trains. T)i* Erpn.'Vnii'j
,> daily. Mall and Fa»t Une Sundays exceptitL TErve daily
•a trainsconnrctdireitforNew VorV. Express aad Farf Line
jq rtonnevl for UolU»;ore and W^^in^irin.
; * Tnias pmmxt at lliuhursh wiui tlie t AJI, Etprws.
Arrive In Philadelphia or lhdtlmore at 3 PJU. Aad In New
York at 10J0 P.M.
Trains connect at Plttsbarsh with the 3 P.M. Fa«t Une. :
Arrive In Philadelphia or Baltlmoreati A Ji.and In New
York at fcSO P. M. Mall Trains leave Pittsburgh at« * M ,
rr arriving at Philadelphia 11P.M.. New York 4^iuA.M.
six daily trains between Philadelphia and New Yuc;tWO
doily trains between New York aod Bc«tva. ThraighUckete
m (all ttoil i are good on either of the atov* Trains.
Boat Tickets to Boston art good via Norwich. Fall River
r or stoulngUia Line*.
Tickets toMward may b* attained at any of the Import
act Railroad OQcos In the Wett: aUo. oo board any of the
regular libe>'( tteaf&erson tLc or Ohio rivers;
and Westward at the oScwttf ifio Compai«yle Bo^
of ton New Vc-rk. or Philadelphia.
S3 Fare Always a« Low a* bv Avt Otla«r
lloute.
_
The completion of tte Western connectlon7«f the Pens*
*ylvaoia Railroad to Chicago tuake* thl* the
DIRECT LINE BETWEEN THE EAST AND THE
► _ GREAT NORTHWEST.
The eennectlag of tracts by the ilollmad Bridge at Pltu
™t herd*. avoliUug all drayag* or ferriage of fwght, toc*th«r
*?> the saving of time, are advantatfv* readily appreciated
*u* Uy shippers of ?rei*ht and the turclUng puWlc.
, a . Parties shipping Eastward will find It to their advactaee
' to 'hip by this route.
Kurfrvitlit contracts or thlpplng apply to ot
ddrweither of the following Agtntscf tie Company:
D. A. Steward. PlUaborgh; Duyte A C«i~ Smbeavllk,
H. S. 1 .>rrce A Co„Za&«t¥Uie, ll; J. J. Johnson. Rlplev.
O.; R. McN?<ih>r. Mayivilk. Ey.: Ormsby A Crovper.
P<;rUuc.utb, U.; l*addock A Co.. JeOfcrwmvllie. lad.: if. W.
biows A Co-Cincinnati. O.; Athem A lllbfert, Cincinnati.
O.; R. C.,Meldrum. Madlatm. IniL; William Bingham,
S LoulsTlUe, Ky.; P. U. O'Ulley A Cn„ EvansvUle, lad.; N.
V. Graham A Cairo." 111.: R. F. Sa«, St. Lfwla, Mo.:
Juhn 11. llanU, Nashville. Tenn.; Harris A Hunt, Mem*
phis, Tenn,; Clarke A Ci»„ Chi&c", 111.; W. H. ItTKoontx, I
Alton. IlL; Murphy A W*>le, Dubu'jue, Iowa: or to Freight
Acpataof BallruaiU at different point* In the West.
The greatest facilities offered for the protection -qi lierwty
transportation of Live stock, and Uottd AecuiuiKidatleea,
By this Rjule tragbls of ail descriptions can be forward-
{twat PtlliflUphla, J»6W York, Itoston or llaltlmore. to
■ Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, »n?*
tS Stas, Wiseoosln, lowa or Missouri, by rail direct.
The Pennsylvania Rallruad slm.> connects
with steamers, by which goods oa be forwarded to any port
on the <'bio, Murklngum. Kentucky, TetpeMit*. Cumoer*
j0 land. Illinois. Mississippi Wf»ruiniMls»>urL Eansa*, Ar*
iri. kanssand Htven; and at Cleveland, Sandusky aad
sm wtth steamers to all ports on the N&nh* Westers
"J Merchant* aad Shippers eUrusUax the transportation nf
their freight to this Coaapsay, can rerr with condtknce on
Its «peedy transit.
IA Rites offreight to any pr/lnt la the West by the
111' P«nasylvania Railroad ars u all time* as &vorahls as are
a charged by other Railroad Companies.
ks. t* Be particular to mark package* **via Pens. R-R."
Merdutnt* In the West ordering goods from the t '"* WIS
do well to direct them to be shipped by 'h'l rouLi.
Parties attending to their own shlpme&U fiua the v««»
will find It to their Interest to call en the Agvntsof thlsCom
panyatthefot}ow!ngptoce4fcel«re*ihl«»!ng: or ItDeraad
dressed u> elthe- of uem upon the subject «l Freights, will
meet with ■ewu.pt attention.
E. J. Shecdrr, Phlladelphk.
! V Mignw A Cu«na, North rtTvet, Baltimore.
Leech A Co.. No. S Aator House, or No. 1 South William
_ ctreet, New York.
**' Leech A Co„ M dby street, Boston.
T H. H. UOUSTUN.GeaI Freight Agent, P*lhhU&Ua. •
L. L. lIOCPT, G«itl Ticket Agent, Phsadalphla.
THOS. A. SCOTT.
JP AR IJ REDUCED.—
Chicago, Cleveland & Plttsbsrgh
Short Biilmtd Lisa
w * ONLY IS* HOCRS FROM CHICAGO TO PITTS.
BURGH.
And In direct connection with the Penatytv&alaK.R. St
hour* to Philadelphia! SShourstoNe-tr lork!
' On and after April trutne snu'leaire Calcagofram
thethrpot»»ftbeMleaig*a bnvAbere Raitteadasfttttows:
< A 8 A, iL—Arrives, tf
O, PUtshurgh, IH3 am,
m, N«w \ ork, mm p m.
P, at Toledo. »m, Cleveland, am.
Plttahurgh, pm, Philadelphia, 7woam!
New York, liOy m.
« ThlseontlsnousaUraUnnels4lmQe9shortfrthaatbeNew
York Central route, enabling train* to make the stave «Tw
tUeoftimeaadconneetlonapromptlyacd wuh comfort aad
safety to passenger*. All n{ght tflUniWtween Chicago aa*i
ET Phlladelptlaare proylded withsplendld sleeping can.
tad chaued throuch from to pittsbmrik
no* HanLbuT«t. Baltiywe, Philadelphia aad New York, and no
mt, c&arre forhandflng,
ih. Ask fhr ticket* by Cleveland aa Ptttshursh. Thefhrehy
thisHnewl)lalway*beaelowasbyafiyo>bcrn>ot*.
Through tickets can te procure*! at the oflce of the Mfchk
gan Southern Railroad, nnder the Ilevere U 'ose at the de
pot, corner of Sherman aad Vaa Boren streets, .
aim at all the principal tlckft oSees la the West.
W. C. fLELAND, Cenl Agent. Cleveland.
GjD.M.QftaT.GenlPnsa.Ag' Chlewo. ImrSldaei^m
~ riHICAGO, IOWA AND
w \J NEBRASKA RAILROAD.
' Open to Xasbozu
OaandaHer Monday, Jsn.ltth.ias®, ratllftotherßodca.
Tnlns wtd ma *4 ftllows:
LeaveCttntonat frtQtm.
aa Arriteat Lbtos at Mo pm.
Leave LhWm at. «.
,jy Arrive at C1int0n........ 3jsis pm.
Ctßotttiat with Throuh Trains for over the
Dtxon Air-Use of the Galeca and CkaagoCalon BaU
road. _
At DeWitt with StfH* A«r Davenport and Mfttraekita.
At Yankee Run wRn Stage* for Toronto; M Union Grt>ve
with Sta;«s fbr Tipton; at Lisbon with Siagee for Ana-
MCYerum, Marion Cedar Hapida, Vinton, Water*
P4 100, Cedarr^Qsand Ft. Dodge, Marengo, Ft. D*a^l>ft.
Cooadi Bluffs and Sioux CU?.
_ The ihonest, cheapest and most expeiStloa* rout* be*
tween Chicago and CeAlral Tdwa.lt being only ls< mltea
ija Wtothe'inlenoroflowa.
atiygrage for Clinton or the road, which will be conveyed
aonsueitrerfree of charge.
* J,K G«miFlrtUiSS 2,I ° t - , ° d S& J
pHICAGO AND MIT.WATTKTiIV.
V/ B»llyoj.p.
Tnln fcr MSwiskee Im« Dally (Standsyi
A. M—SioppfagaialiStation*.
At fi; 13 P. Sloping at ftbtdpal jjtaitoxs.
7- OiamecUof tnowaokee wtth La Cn»?e and MOwankw
Railroad, formlttg the only aU r.tw*
<Wcke« Roots to at. Pant aad the
Smthweeu
Wsnti»«i tnda lava at ILS3 P. M
jyl M* L. SYKES, Supt.
£ P. AT.ENA A CniCAGO UNION
«• \A RAILROAD.
on aad sfterMonday, Joly«ih ISSP, trains wm leave Chl
m eago as foliowi (Sondava exeapted:)
U, From Weliast. De»« MO a. x. aad 8J» ». *.and from
5.-» Central t:l3 a. v.sadSAr. x. fbr Galena, DnnleUh, Janee
rtw vHe.St. Paolud all Intennedlate placee; PM a. x. aod
W#f. *- fhrDbon, Fulton. Ced« Kapids, ett; r. x.
6»DeK^Elgla7McHaßry t GeDeva,Lakje,ete.
Hochapgnag cam between Chia<o aad DunlellA.
merplng car* on night trains.
PmuiMajwii to the Northwert.
uailroats.
TLLINOIB CENTRAL KAIL.
X «>»D. SDJUIEK ARBA»OKMWT.
Tarn lUuu, inz a JSS £ \£ffi :
Loot*atl:9o D.m.; Cairo*t«.tUp.cn. »«»»».■., St.
JLinkakee Accommodation «:oi>
arriving at JCackakec atlihtfpjn. On MatuM»». .uZ^l*
gerCarwUlberun on thlatralato URBANA. rima
Tmliw arrive la Chlojfj at ri3 a.m. and
Eleyant Sleeping C'ar»*re run oo ail Night Train*.
Jwk/u** cheeked through to Cairo, St. Louis and sj,
• THOUGH TICKETS forsaleat tfaaCompany's
In Urn Great Central Depot also $1 the oflre of U» Pitt*.
?. L>w f^ r ? ww Randolph street*. ami at the Mkhtnn
I Oflice, on Dcatborn Hurt, between Lake
| andßaadolph stfeet*, mduaU Railroad offlce* North and
HYDE PARK AND WOOD LAWN TBAES3.
Leave Chicago *t •:» ajn. Lezr* Wood Lava at 7JOa.au
Z '*» - *4©a.m.
- 1.-00 pjn.
m 2 EK*®- - . " 4:13 p.m.
«:»p-m. - - >* fceopju.
Fare to cent* each way.
Commutation Ticket*at reduced fated. geod fbr three
month* sanb« obtained by applying at (be office of Ui«
Geucral Passenger Agent In the Gmu Central Depot.
w, IV. AKTUCIt, Superintendent.
W. B. JOHNSON. Gen. W
CT. LOUIS, ALTON AND CHI-
O CAGO RAILROAD.
Summer Amngciaftnt.
Ob and after SUNDAY. M«7 a, ISA*, two Expma Train*
daily for
ST. LOUIS, CAIRO. MEMPHIS. YIQKSBURO, AND
NEW ORLEANS,
JftorUurn Jfusouri, iluw and Stbratto,
By way of the St. Louis, Alton and Chicago Air Line RaD*
ltid* leave Xtw Depot, comer of Watt Vi» Burtn and
Canal streets, going South, a* follow*:
- Tnbu leave* St. Louts Depot cor. Wt*t Vas Buren aad
Canal street*.
fcoOa. m.—Day Etpreae, (Sundays excepted.)
fc3d p. Express, dally (Saturd*ya excepted^
uitra.
Night Eim 7:13 a. a.
Hall and Exproe, 11:13 p. m.
cowictwi:
At Chicago wHh all the Great Eastern and Northern Lines.
At Juliet with the Rock Island R. K. wort, and the "cut
cff'nrf.
At Peuria Junction with the Peoria & Oqttawka R.R.
to Peoria, Gatesburgh, Burlington, aad intermediate sta
tion*.
At BJoomlciton with the nt?wMa Cental Railroad Nortb
and South.
At Springflrld wfth the Omt Western (111.) Railroad east
to Decatur, and west to JackMQTlUe and Naples.
At. £t. Loula with the PaclSe Railroad, SllMoari River
PacktU. North MLaouil RallnxuL, Keokuk, Packet* and
Uannital aad St. Jowph RallfUkl to all pdnta oa MUcourt
River. Pike'* P<s& and the <'tld retina. North MUaoorl,
Kan.«us and Ncbfcaka. and wUh Su L»uU. Cairn and New
Urloru new One of ueamen to Cairo, UemphU.
and New Orieans.
W* Thion«b Tlckeuoa be had at the Company** Of*
flee. No De-irborti urtct, (opposite Tremout llooae.)
' Chicago, at the Dvpot. comer Wnt Van Uuvn and Canal
dreeu. and at the principal rallrukl UtiMi uflcea la tba
Em pro. Middle and Westoni States
i tr Rate* of Pare and Frei(bta aoe ae by any other
route.
JOZJJCT ASD WIUCDTOtOS ACCO"<WOP4TOCT.
Stopplnc at intermcuute atatlona— l»ve Wllminctoa at
T:li. and JTbUct at ajn.; arrive at CWcago at 9UO a. tn.
r Lmve Chicago at Int p. m.; anlve ttJolUt at and
i WUmln/ton at 7;13 p. nu
A. D. AUCOTT, Gea. Sopt.
i N. U iloom. Pen. Agent gad A»t aupt. my 94
/CHICAGO & ROCK ISLAND
, V/ RAILROAD UNS,
» • Composed «f the
. CHICAGO 3t ROCK ISL.ISD. PKORIA A BCRKAtf
f VALLKY AND MISSUWIPPI & MISSOURI
RAILROADS.
Most direct route from Chieago to Jollet, Laelle, Peoria
t Rock Ularnl.
Dee Moln«a. Council liluS*, Omaha CUy, Fon Kearney, and
and Weitera lowa, Nebraska and
a Depot comer Van Boren and MreeU. Train*
1 leave Chicago aaft>Uowa:
' SAT una* AID Milb
9:ooam—Arriveiat Jolkt,lihMam: Labile, 1:S0 pa: Pe -
>♦ Rock Island, wo pm: Davenport.
> &43pia.
. stttrrxsvsns.
l f^opm—Arrive* at Jolkt. 10.35 pm: Laealle. 1:50 am:
PcoHa. S:toam; Rock Island, anJOam; AlutctUne,
IfciO; H aahlnctua, pm; lowa City, UMOam.
» NUR aOCQXMOOATtOS.
t 6:10 pm-*Arrlves at Junction. &a)pni: Ulue lilanJ. 3 nrcs
lsrrtoen,6;lspm;Myk*rn*,6:Sjpni tJolieuTdfluui.
n 9:00 am train leave* daily (Sunday* cxi-epiwL)
, pm train leaves daily t^tunuyaexcetAMi),
j 0:10 pm (rain leave* dally (Sundavs executed}.
Tfaruufh Trains arrive at t:hica*o at i:aj am rjjJ tM pm.
. Jollet Aocoounodatloa at 9t«> pm.
d The Chicago and Rock lilaad and ud
eourt R4l!n«da form the only througU ruute iKm Chicago
► to the Interior of lowa.
. to lowa City and TOuhtaf
toa without detention, o< change of can» at the Mletiadppl
Blververoainutheatllniad Jridse between Rock lalMd
and Davenport,
CONNECTIONS,
n AtLaSaCe, with illlnuls Central Railroad for Galena,
L PooU-tth, Cairo and Intermediate poiatj.
At 1 eorla with the PwrU and Oquawka Railroad for
Ga.e»t>urgand Kurllastoa.
At Peoria with llon<>U HlverPuket CompanyjoSt.Lool*
a&l all points oa the I!!inoL» river and Lower MlmlmlpdC
* At Wanblngton with Line of Stage* to Oskaiuoea, kae*»
a . ville, and all nolate In ('eutral and Southern lowa.
, At lowaCitv with >V«i4«raStase tVslint*MallCoeeheo
1 for i ert il« Mulne*. Council lUctZk, Ontalhk 111*. Port
Kearney, anil all points la Central and Weatera loura, Ne>
bnukaand Kansas.
Through Tickets to all points on thl* llbe, aad to all prte»
points in Central and W«tera lowa, can bepro*
cared at toe Plttshurvh, Fort Wane and anehiyju
Southern, and Michigan Central Railroad Ut&ce* ua Lear*
U>ra»Ueet,aad attic l\poU
■t _ JolCf P. TRACY, Superintendent.
W. L. ST. JQIIN Ueneral Ticket Acoot. apli
pIUCAGO NOUTUWEs!
\J TERN ILULWAT.
_ On and after July 1. train* oa the Chicaned*
r .Northwestern Railway, (fomerly the Chicago, Ji. v.tiL
U and Pond du Lac italliva ') will leave Chicago at
»A.M^andd:loP.^
Both through Express Trains. «jnD«r»*n» n pntrt* no
Cfileo with steamer direct for St- Pant +<T*
thiongn C. S. ib'j point* la the
3 " da CM,H «tkoo t
eaange ofearh_£] i
Ji Connealnf atPn^rtsdoChlen wllh dallyUneof Boata
a. JyHy GEO. L. DUN LAP. Superintendent,
" PHICAGO, BURLINGTON &
!t* KJ QUINCT RAILROAD.
"> On aod after SIONDAT,' JTNE tlni. ISJ». Ptueenger
v . Train*wlll ruaftomCltteago eafttllowa:
te s*l? AJX, (Sundays excepted) for Quxllngtoa aad Qulaer.
T.U •* ~ •*
u 4.1 A Sundays excepuai) f-.-r Meadota and Galebhttrg.
w Sjuiokx. I'owzll, General Ticket Agent.
C. G. HAMMOND,
e. jeU General s<«pef'tßiei)d«at.
» ®ransportatujtu
„ CT. LOUISTALTON AND CHI
.. KJ t-'AOO R/oKun.
1. Important to shippers.
*■ ,Aa Express Freight Train leaves the Compar.yTi Deool
dallvatiJur.>i.forSt.Louls«,Snadafßexcept«U Through
la thlrty one bonis.
,r t G4 fl l f lQ " nJe ? "J* j"wwanted by tfala Skpte« L!a«
tlwnM. bema»i«d. - VU St. L, A. A 0. R. IL.~ Whe ue*
llrervd at the Depot, enter of Canal aad West Van Bnrta,
•treets, at or before 4 o'clock r. *,
u \ MEUICAX TItAN'SPOIiTA
« TION COUPAXT.—lncorporated __ ■
anderthelawsoftheStateof New fork,
(« CASH CAPITA!*, . , , , |9«9 t 0«0.
JOHN L. KIMBERLT. Prudent
.. f RANKLIN LKE, Vlc« t*nsMent.
)• JAMES C. EVANS. See*y and Treawxrer.
J' Oa lhe opening of navtatioa. this Company win he ww
ul V? ProvertT, Merchandise, froia Sevr
r* 5 "'lt. Kortott. Albany and Troy to any of the Wevtent elt taw
f:
a! "low rate* *s by aay other responaible llW.'atth* same
Uaeglvißg through bOla of lading for all awp«rtr when de*
*• msti, TMs Company have a llm of
_ EIGHT STAUNCH PP.OPELLSRS.
ty T? P'T Chicago. toodUageu rmteag
s, Bhew»ygaa. illwaukw, lUclne, Keni>*liauiMl Waukeem.
if. Havtaiat thlcai?iani|rfe IHciiuies a»> war*lioo»oacc«>®aio
datloasfarthoßcepUoa, at*.4tlng ami shipping o allaiU*
d- eles ertruied to their eare, which wilt be under tUe dtrectloa
U>
1U le.llsietitofcoatrafU.adl-iamwtofdaitiieaud damaiea. •
Aa oar Cwapaay have a targe line of * "*
Jh CANAL COATS ON THE EJUS CANAL,
T . aadareaboottoestabtWiallreof Cvil Boaaslsow
we fsel warranted In npKKOUjir d> ocr nuoDcrons ettst&nv
era, that they cm rely Joan
ra GREATER DISPATUM aND AT LESS RAT4S
ttsu has heretofore bceaavta. We. therefore, a#k » ->
nf i lie to continue thq pa&uroge so besdowed *gj
in during the pa*t yeaj*.
Offlcesand Docks on Market street, between Washlrrtoa
lie and H*luo* ttreeta, Chicago. lIL
n
m LINK—
n* claM Screw steauwra, h&vfeg largely lacre^cd
m uuxtSf
FOUN rAI% CITY. Cspt. Pxnc.
(jATONAGIM, t'ipi. xViLicrs.
EVEHGKSkN CITT, Cape. Cn amikxCiCi;
Chicago from the foot of La*Ue rtrecL South Side,
A> T. Speecer A Co.*» whtrf. on Tuesday. Thunday aait
. . S9^r§? <Tv l , ? n>als o'clock, landing at all potata on the
M eat Shore nf Lake Michigan, a* far north a* Two Rlvw*.
, aad at Mackinac.
Through IHIU of Lading given from Chicago and port* oa
the * est shore of Lake UkUuo, tu Boetoo, New York.
Montreal, and all the principal point* in the Eastern antl
New England State* aad
. CoaneuatC^SngwoodwlUt
Tbe Nftrthera Railway of Cauda,
And at Tomato with
_ f THE GRAND TRUNK KAILWAT,
" Tot Montrval, Uuebee. I'onland and BObLoo. and
__ lake ontakio steamers n>a Niagara palls.
m Oswego aad Cape Vincent; aad at th&lcasbwxb with ther
Vermoet Central fhr Uoston cad Intermediate
JP oa the Vermont tUctnl between Ogdeasburgh and*
The above aaeouaQed fbr regularity and dtapatcly
BW <or Pa*M>ngm aad Freight between the W'«<ani aad Esefc»
era and New England States and Canada.
Foe Freight or Pisclt*. applv to
T , „ a7T. SPENCER * CO, Agent*
&£ j»3 oi> la Foot of LaaaUe «JL, Clucagek BX
* QLD OSWEGO LINE
Transporlatioii Company,
(E>aka.biJtii3ji)
rT McrchnndlM and other pwp>.-ity torwarded to and from lha
West, via Caul to Uawe*o, thence by lha Lake»
QUCKEB AND CHEAPER
is than byanyotherwatereocimußloUkuu
DfVae TaanßiinixsT Kx """ g> m*
ALVORD A DAN E. F. U. DANEJt ?o?N#w
York, proprietors;UTTLEJOH.N, Oeaeral -Uest,
ALBELEE. Ocnsral Wesiera Agwt, Chwago.
"Old Oswego Llna.** In connection
a. wlthth* diamond Line* of on the Lakes, will give
iron, and other heavy freight, to all
a. Wi*C
a. A*entfc-F. B. DAN XL W* H. JE^nSOS.
b. A* B> THOMPSON, 100 Uroad street.
a. Albacj A. i'OLG EK, 97 Pier.
la DOCSMAX Jt CO., MUwaakee,>
it ap7-to-cTOB JAS. PECK A Cu, Chiago. ] Co^ilgneee.
r , CTExUI TO IRELAND, EJTG
x, had, and Sent land far ♦3O.
J THE ATLANTIC
BOTAL VATT, STEAM NAVIOAT2O3 COMPANTS
3 Sew Terk and fialvay Liae.
ve The I*l""'*' aad powerful lioa ****""-t
ADELAIDE,
-T . Capt. Ntceoim*,
Emu mil fttna New York, on Thandsr. Jcdv
touching at St. John.\ N. F„ to receive the Royal
Patccs or PAsaao*:—nmCbas*9o; SecondChwaMT'
Third Class S3O: toclu.!lng free ticket* to the priadpal rltiew
) an the mala lines of railway In Great UritaiW »~i
Ttodtaa* tauttp«Tida&!»ta,hnife,fcTk, water cttaSwl
PlatCablß paamgetoSLJohna. iss
y For pastfge tieketa. either to or ftomaar part of Oieafc
*« Brtiaia, ok ftuthec lalotmaitea, apply at the ofice at tha
EXPRESS CO.
SO Dearborn strea
if J LN'SKKD OlL.—soou gslls. Lin-
A-i seedon,oowlan.nri* l aad forsalety
tl* BOCKEE, PHILLIPS * CO,
2
m»eath W»Ui <raet
KA BOXEB HEBKIMEK

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