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■ - ONETAEY .
—— • iilld 1)1
. s*s?W4T£vsxli.o, CcU 6.1557. lively
*v market has been qaietUuriog the j j»ru:u
to in current THte«. HscUaiu;^
is . ith ft - fair demaad. Outside ratsf j, a Vc <
were about 3 per ctnt., though some sale/i were rsclui
made at 4. .Most of thebank* report a fairsop- onto
ply of currency. Generally business is vror thess
Stiff comfortably, though of course produce pa- liug> ,
per is about all that is passed banks. hash,
Gold It trith no itmmi. jJSm-y. co o tinu« Incj
close, will, no imxodiolc prospect or abilc- , oha ,
COMMERCIAL. P 0 *
6itusna.r Evßn*o,Oct.7, 1S». j
The receipts and shipments during tiie past 1
2*l hoars, were as follows: J antic
xßcttmieszseoiT. J point
J-lour \Wt-OorßOat«lUr , yC» > lan's* 1 less t
lifl*. tua. but. baa. bua.- X«o. Jo. j foaj-Jp
CiLi 4si Li!: ffi » Jl = j M,l
T;ul Zw Mil" i»J-» "" 41 wkV
aawaare OT TSarxiuav. j flre s
Flaar Wat CwrnttiU } the
br.s. Us bux bua. bus. >O. *u. I |j een
TjEaffilo *» SUM .... 4224 U139 la pi
•rjojwf** •••• •••* theJ
Ti aSTps;: »> "*».« ™ ™ ,
Jjj MiM 1W tbl®* •••• •••• j xil<
xtc&nt *>f auxr**aia ur t*aa to-d*t. I
Ktcwrra. amrKEti*.
Hour. brl» T7 >Vhea% ba CjA& Di
■ K,aoO I** ® I gar<
. Jruu,iiol«... I ma
rit lrou.t.aa }%'* •
■ imn wi -4> I the
SjilV, brli I,U>J I g jjj
b»p.w.»ea -« . u -„
tjJ#*r,hb.s fj 1 j** 1 -
btu-i,bti... ?{ | brei
M.JIm*CS, hLii 1> . \ l, ov
itdia.paja.. - 1 the
sxcs.*m A*® aaimzsn »r ca**t TO-BXT. _ J v | c |
actum. twruvm. | q ua
TTbeaLba 5*X?, I lv.
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Drain tips, 1m <?■"' I *T,
j£artli.tuui.......... 340 I one
Suae, vet., <* j no
The Wheat Market was more.steady to day, j \ a i
end advanced [email protected] on tlie closing prices of
yesterday. At tlie openiug buyers paid 76c for
Ko. 2 and 77c iorKo. 1 Spring, but before the | Xo
close Tii and [email protected] were reached. Jntheaf- jur
tern&on the market was considerably firmer, j
and shippers, in order to fill out cargoes, had I
to pay 76c for No. 2. Water "Wheat was scarce Wtt .
and firm—No. 2 Red shoiring an advance of 2c. I fro
Abont 55,000 bushels of *ll grades were j faj .
82c for No. 1 Red; SScforNo. t Red; 77<575c j j
for No. 1 Spring; for No. 2 Spring; j crc
<ind 71|@72c for Rejected- The Flour market j
was very quiet *nd the market for medium j r j o
brands a £hade easier. About I,COO barrels sta
were sold at *5.25<g5.50 for White "Winter; *5 I
for choice Red Winter; $3.75 for WinterSnper; j e]
for good to choice Spring Extru; J j
and [email protected] Tor Spring Super. Corn was j bk
scarce, and>nycrs had to pay an advance of 3c, j
with limbed transactions at 74f070C for No. 1 in j ur
store; 50c 60 lbs for new shelled on_ track, I «a:
and SSc 75 lbs for new car on track. Oats I
were active at an advance of Ic. About <>5,000 |
bushels were sold «t 2?|c for No. 1 afloat, and I
28>(2>2&c in store. Rye scarce and advanced ne
2c, witii limited sales at CSc for No. 1 in store. I
Barley in better request and advanced 1 @2c— j
14,0iW bushels having changed hands at [email protected])c j in;
for No. 1 and 46®*Scror So. 2. Timolbj Seed I
in fair demand und steady, with sales at 52.12(5 I jjt
2.15. Highwines firm at 23c. l*«eviiions quiet, j vt
A lot ot fiOO pes. Bolk Shoulders were sold at 7c j«
on track. Bacon Hams and Shoolders scatce. I
Tallow inactive—bujers offeriug [email protected] and I a i
holders asking lOic for prime. Hides un- I *•<
changed. _ Itr
The north-east wind to-day had a depressing ! ;r
effect on freights, which declined ic. lheratcs I fc
to-day were: Wbeut to Buffalo, C*@Gle ; oats I[J
to Buffalo, barley to Gravelly Bay, I ra
Cic; wheat to Oswego, 10c. I tli
Clbaeiso House fob Giuik.—Several of the m
numbers of the Board of Trade* are agiUtiug |
the question'of establishing a Clearing House I st
for Grain. Under the present system, when a |
shipper bnys n cargo of wheat,.he gets receipts Ijj
for probably all the warehouses in the city, and I ti
be bas either to keep his vcsstl hauling from j *
warehouse to warehouse for severul dajs, in I
order to get loaded, or he lias to run around I y
vtuer snippers aca cffEct an exchange of I "
receipts—which can rarely bp dono without I l;
much annoyance aod anxiety. l*he system pro- I
posed is as follows: Toe Board of Trade.
open an office and appoint an officer, wlio,wbtn j
a shipper presents iccelpts for a cargo of grain,
will give him un order for the aaionnt of the re- »-
oeipts on one warcboase, the vessel can *
be sent forthwith and be loaded without rcquir
jug to navigate Chicago River several days in u
the operation.
The project is a good one, and will no doubt
receive proper attention by the Directors of tbt t
Board of Trade. It is sothiog more nor lees r
than what we will have to come to at last, and
the socncr the belter for all pai ties. r
iloae Snmec"Wheat Solo fob Extort.—The t
Courirr and Inquire" of the 6th reports sales of |
11,000 bushels Chicago Spring and 12,000 bash- |
•Is Milwaukee Club —both for export. ».
DtTEOiT—OcL 7—Receipt, 7,109 bils flour; 1
7,258 bu wheat; 11S5 bu corn; 476 bu oats. The :
jwftuaeof last evening reports as follows: J
There continues to be a moderate business do- j
ingin wheat without materul change as to pn- .
oes, although red is in rather higher faVor with »
buyers. A lot of 10u0 bu amber sold at 80c, at ;
which figure there are free buyers. White con- \
tinues in active demand for lair to i
prime/ Noahange inflocr; '«alcs 300 brls good
red extra at 4 50. Oats steady ut 55(g,37ic irom <
■tore. Corn nominal ut 82c. Baricv is higher. <
It now commands per 100 lbs, as per
quality. Other urtide* unchanged.
PxTTSßcaon, Oct. 6.—Ftoca—No sales from
first bands. From store, 600 brls, in lots, sold
at $4.75{g4.87 for*6uperCne, $5.00 for extra,
and ts£s<j£s.Go for extra family. Giuix—
Wheat—Sales from depot of 400 busn red at
<1.09; 175 bush do, from store, at #1.11; ICS >
bush white from store at $1.15. Oats—24o bu
from depot, at 40c; 212 do from store, at 42c.
Corn—l3o bush (rom store, at BSc.
CtavELAXD—Oct. 6.—Wheat—Sales 1,026 bu
good red at $1.04, and 5 cars do from track at
the same; two cars white at 1.15; two do at
1.14, and one do comtuou quality at 1.12. Flour
—Low grade extra in moderate reqnest at $4.75;
choice extra at [email protected]; double extra from white
wheat, 5.25(55.5<\ Rye Flour steady, with
-small aales at $1.25. Oats—SUcs 200 bu at 87c t
260 ba at S6c, and 2,000 tin on private terms.
New You—Oct. 6—Receipts, 6,473 bbls
floor; 7,917 bu wheat; 3,570 bu corn; 24,620
ba oats; 520 bo rye.
ToLtoo—Oct, 7—Receipts, 12,412 bo wheat
1,027 bu corn; 4,652 bbls flour. Flour: soles
MO bbls XX p. t.; 300 bbls extra $4.56; 200 do
do $4.65; 50 bbls at $4,621. Wheat; 4,000 bu
red p.t.; 3,00 Dbu red Michigan after report
last evening at &9c. Corn; no sales reported.
Bosros—Oct. 6—Receipts, bbls flour;
2,000 bu corn; no oats or rye.
AlbaXT, Oct. 6—The demand for prime
Kam plea white wheat is fair with sales of 2600
bu white Canada at $1415, and 700 bu white
Michigan at same-figure. Corn is scarce-and in
demand, at a material advance in price; sale
4100 bu western mixed at 95c. Oats are active
and in better request; sales ISOOfcu state in lots
[email protected] weight; 11,000 bu Wisconsin and
£2OO bu Chicago at [email protected], aud 5000 bo Can
ada West at 4£c. Bailey is in loir supply; the
parchasers manifest a disposition to press down
§ rices; whicu checks transactions; sates 4500
u Canada West lost evening, on p. t., 10,600
ba Canada East on p. t., 400 bn choice Stale at
£oc, and 4SOO bu orflinory State at 75c.
Osweao, Oct. o—Recoipt*, 2£,267 bn £wbcat;
303 bbls flour; 12,017 bu corn; 21,570 bu bar
ley; 7874 bu rye. Wheat firm, while spring,
which is in most demand, is very scarce. The
arrivals continue insufficient to meet the want*
of city millers, tome of u-boni are obtaining
supplies from Buffalo. Sales 14,000 bn Chicago
apriog No. 2at 91c, und 6000 bu extra Milwau
kee dub on p. t,« Corn held at 63&40 c. No
tales. Barley lower. Sales 6500 bu Canadian
at 72c to arrive. Rye firmer. Sales 5000 bash
Canadian at 72c afloat, and 1200 bu do at 70c.
Oats scarce.
Luxiwi IK Auuxt.—'The Albmy Etaang
Journal of the sth, says:
The activity aoticed in our lost continued
throughout the present week aud up. to the
close of this report. At no previous time-this
season has the traffic been so brisk, and dealers
find it difficult to forward lumber as speedily as
•ould be desired. Laborers are plentT,
bnt there ia not a sufficient number of drays in
tbsmartto fill the demand. There isalaree
attendance of Eaatcrn buyers and a demand for
«Jear stuff at the South. Hemlock and .Spruce
of thw new sawimr, has cctnofljßced comjng
forward, aod in a few d»rs the assortment of
all descriptions of lumber will be complete.
In prices tnere is no change to note, but if any
thing the market is rather stiffer than it was a
-fortnight ago.
£bipn)etJts have been rcrr liri*e,aad vessels
hare b«Nn detlined days before they were able
to obtain L'jrths at the dock. They arq doit 1
pretty well thinned out, and an active demand 1
tor vessels has sprung up for Eastcni
ports, particularly to fcitf ton, to .which ad
vanced pricea have hetis obtained. Freights
rate very firm, and if the traffic shpnU continue
+ as active for the nectea it hati during the past,
fortnight, there will be an increased demand Cot
Vessels.
Babixt is Tohoscto.—'The Toronto GloU
Trn 1
of Ihc Cth t>avs: _ Tu
There continues to be unusually large receipts tt . <
i.riMripr, averagingbeWrMnTiYO to levcn Ihous 4 M .
and Illinois per dav. this jfMr compara- »£,!„
tirelr little attention lias bceu giTen lotnis att.t
.»ra ; .u in this locality, and the large amount at- C«.
rca.lv bought, with" still larger receipts pronus
cd, is an important judication tliat ©urlarmere Ryes
lure determined to dcrote their attention less
exclusively to wheat eroi>p { ond depend more e . c
on the cultivation of the lighter gr;ut3. The On*!
rrisdom at fcucii poUcy is evident, ana we hope j™
the satisfactory rates at übicb this crop issel- fartll
liug, trill induce them to continue it. Jso far it bra a
lias been the most profitable crop of the season. I
I'ricesup4o Saturday were well 6u»tainedot I CulJ
Csc to 70c, Dutthe large supplies are bcgtntng I bami
to hare an effect and rales arc now steady at I
65c to 67c per bushel. The" purchases are I gt,
mainir for shipment to Albany and l*cw | MB|
York. I **•
Tut Gcain Tcxce in Canada "West.—The To* j
ronto GkJx of the 6th contains the following: I [B'
The movement in grain continues to be gen- l-jc 0 j
eral, although hardly increasing as fast as was 1 ble,i
anticipated. The receipt* of wheat at this I
point for the week would amount to 1
u«s than 4S;000 bushels, while the deliveries of |
barley have amounted to qntto 45,000 bushels. * |
Of other grains, the receipts have been limited. I y,
For the wheat not less than $50,000 has becu 1 que!
realized, and for the barley $30,000; for other
grains, say SS,O£H), and for cattle and other I
descriptions of produce, say $5,000 more. In 1
all, not inach less than SSO.OOO has been paid J port
into the country for this point alone duriug the I jj
week. From London, nearly as large deliveries I _ Fj
are said to have been mode, end at all ports on I
the north ifaore of Lake Ontario thwe have 1 '
been lirge shipment!. The general movement I
io produce is the best thing that could happen I
the Province at this time, und the commerce of I
the country israpidlybeginninstofeclitseflect. I
Tlie Corn Crop—T lie Pork Trad© | 8
, ~ Prospectively* I bw
[From tlie dne-nnatl Price Current.l I
During the past week wc have reoeived iufor- I T
mution, from various localities, in the Weal, re- I
garding the present state of the Corn crop and |
not a little about Hogs. Without goiog into | Fill
detail, we will give the points in a brief turn- I
marv. In thp Slate, except in HghtTsand soils, I
the Corn crop is much better than wa? expected I
a mouth ago, and, generally speaking, is a full | **
uverugc, taking into couuderation, tlie greater J A
breadth of land planted. In light sandy soil, I Sb<
however, it uever recovered from the efiecte ol' | q
' the drougthin Julr, and in all such cases, the I ct
yield will not be over hall an average, bht the 1 j».,
quantitv of such laud is small, and, consequent* I
J Iv.tlie effect will not befell. In Indiana, the I £
). crop is excellent, and in all the Wabash couu. I n .a
try. is unusually heavy, the ears being longer, I }>*
and better filled than usual. Indeed, we have I
no complaints from any portion of that Slate; I let
* iu all parts, the crop appears to be satiafactory. | «■*«
f A irnod Top of W heat has been sown, and it I t0;
_ looks well. .... I
• 1h liiuwU, except from a Tew counties io tne I
B N'orUiet u portion of the State, where it was in- I CUI
- jurtd by liufct, the crop is fair, iu many places I
••ood, and in all good rich corn lands, heavy. It I
j isnotyetfuilymatured,bntthepresentwealhcr I
is very favorable, and a large qoautity that it I
e was supposed 'would not mature before the I j, p
\ frost** ould come, is faow nearly out of danger, I
and eeiicrallj exceeds the expectations of the J
1 farmer. ~ I
c Iu lowa, there is considerable variety in the I p r
; crop; in the northern portion of the State wc 1
♦ hear of the itvjuty done by the frost about the I
Ut of September, and some represent.it se- I Ba
n rbui, whilst othera say it was but slight, as the I
Is stalksandcarswerenotimnred.onlytheleaves. j
5 We have not heard from tnis State lully enough I j-c
r.* vct.Koas tube able to speak of the cropveiy I
'» definitely. , 1
n; iu .Missouri, the crop is pretty good; though I
ls like lowa, we have not heard from many points Isi
_ iu that State. . , ~ IPi
' In Kentucky, the crop is represented a fair I u,
in average, and id fully matured, the quality being I u
k, vxcelirot. * I
In Virginia the corn crop, we learn, is spar- I •»<
tiafailuie, andnotovertwo-thirdsoflastyear's 4
crap. • I g,
id We have no very definite advices from Ten- I
•d uessee, but from what we have, our impression I i
is the crop is moderately good, though in some I
places it is short, conseqaenr upon the drought. I
ln all the places wc heard from, bogs are be- j 0
Jc iug geucrally fed with great care ond industry, I o
>( j aud it is exceedingly ditlicult to purchase stock I
' hogs, showing that the owners feel satisfied they I v
3 are fully able to feed all they liavc. The re- | a
:U verse was the case at this time last year. In Ij]
- c many places the farmers have been feeding with I
the green corn since the Ist of September. I
:C * Iu someparts of Indiana stock hogs are scarce I <j<
ad and in detnaiid, us high us 4ic gross having j
o- '•een paid for them. There stems to be no I
speculation going on, and webearof.no con- j T
tracts being made. The impression is general I Ii
;rith the farroorbthattheywillohtainbicuprices I
cs for their hogs, but all those who went in so I
lt g freely last fall are now holding off. Theindica- I
tions are that the number ot bogs broogbt to I
y, market will be as great as last year, ana that j c
tueir condition will be far better. I ]
■ J u this market there have been no contracts I i'
made, so far as we have heard, though there are j y
U S h'lyers for Kovcmber at $5.70, and we under- I
se staud that one paity offers $6, but it is generally I '
bupposcd that the; waut them to.Gll those con- 1 f
tracts made at sC.iis to G.7i last season, for de- 1 1
livery the comineKovember. The present ac- I l
nd tivedemand for Bacon,and bareucssofthemar- I !
im kct of Ilfluis, together with those contracts, it I
ii snpDOacd, will make the market open high, |
10 fC, as inaay think,but the greater ms- j \
nd jnnty of dealers ere determined to hold back I *
iof until prices rule at a safer point, and this point I \
jut is fixed in their minds at $5 or tnereabonts. I t
ro- Trade aud oomtu^cSi. i.niiis. I
_ trrointii* J I |
c _ There is an improvement in receipts aud trade. I
l . In a few staples a large increase of receipts has j
been had this year pver last. The Tobacco sea- I
re- M>n, which closed on thp 30th uIL, bhowed a j
•an supply this year over last of 2.&C4 hhds. The I
. Tobacco inspections at the warehouses were I
hhds; «gainst4,oi;S last year; the receipts I
in for ISj'J, &,G4a hhds, agaiust C,O3'J last year.— ] <
Hemp receipts to the let inst. were 02,112 bales, j ,
3 v t sig&iust 6S.sS2 bales last year,—a deficit this I
" si-aaon of 0,770 bales, which is overbalanced by I
this season's higher prices. The following are I
ees receipts of a few articles for this season and j
labi; or rail and river;
To Oct. '-8. fiaxs time *&3. 1
nutltf 17J5»X 8274 ]
clnftST.:." " V.„.L»:.MS C9I.7SC I
rbe cC&I" ..-UMW jmsst l
. of
101 I)rt«J Fruit, »U 4»bW
il]i. Hemp, bales r-9,763 63Sti f
J7s.es iwa» t
tUAtvMlt C.W S.CSS I
lliy.lolM 41 04 I
ur; i.t»i r-K*-*.. l&flst in 167 I
llolaa*. k, libit GO.4M 28.177 I
rbe iloUisw. fctst IS/SI B.IM I
OaU. tiulO
Onloet, liß'h SI,»(W I
do- t'otatoet, Luili 5tt.435 1
Pi* lrou,tou* 6.494 7,616 1
pn* Sufv, ImdJ.. 4MIS 4>.tti» I
ith Suzar, bbUiod boxec iR.Mt SC/£t I
.«t Stlt.m J7SJB9 601.444 I
'® l Salt, l>b:» .*
Wheat. i.Bih 79 S.T37JSM I
to WhUkejr, bbb «,707 86A0 I
ood It will be perceived that» falling off has oc- j
'om carred in most articles of country produce, I
tier, while an increase is noted in imports from the |
per South.
Rom Daily Review of Chicago Market.
sold j
Ira, Satcjsuv Evrsiao, October 8. I
IK— rREIGHTS—DcdIcfd y_t. Scbr Oriole taLe«\nieatto I
iat Siff-ilofctCVc; eclu SweeptUkes
ICS oatito Daffulo ut4yc; aclir Grata Orecu- I
bu vroodaLd prop Acnotbs, oatsta Buffulo at4%e: »chr C*»- 1
42c. csde.barlertoG;arrU)' Bay I
lUctipts,<,7D3 liliU; sbtpmtaU,99St>bla. Mir- I
sbu QQlit aud ea*!cr. S*le» were:—lW bbU "BtrtV.l"" I
u Extra at HJS7H on track; lCobbls M I
aa& SCO good bianA* ExUa aUat 4.12H - pax:dc- I
p lireroJ and part on track; 60 MU ** Ccmn ?rc!Al" do at OS |
lour oa track; J',0 bblj jood Bpilng EcperatSJU); tObolidoat I
W5; 60 bbU do a: * 4 Morpbjiboro" White \Vln- I
bit K tcr H ; 100 bblf - Fheulx " WlxlW \T.ater at 5.26; 100 j
"i" bbU-Eatle" doatS.SJ; IWlbli-CbaOwn" Bed Winter ]
" ,c » at fi.oo; C> bbls Winter Super at 3.75. l . I
s * WHEAT—RectTpU, 51,101 ba; ihlpaiea'a, M4W bu. I
bhls Wnmcx—£ort* and firm. tak(w«r«ltOJbuKo 1 Red I
L 620 atWetttrtore; lOWbuUoS ItcdatfiSc in ttore. &rm^o— |
Finn and stead j*. Sale# vut;- fi,ouObii2Col Si-rlccat 77e I
In it£rc; 4.0C0 bu do at tu dorc ; 9.000 be do at 77}jc j
jcat la >U*tt-;.7J0 bo do at 7Sc in Etotr; C,CQ] la No S I
tales (Canal)at77cafUa:; IgCKebado la lou at 7&eln ttort: I
, 4.00J bo do at >a ettre; St.tOO ba do &t7£)£c hi (tore I
, 3.0 0 bndo(*ft:r'C>anc*)fct Ttc laatore; 500 ba litjected I
, »t7lHcia rtorc ; 700 bu da at Ttclo »U>r«. I
CunN-Bceelpta,l0 t 020Lo; BbspmciiU,iriota. JJvkct |
firra. bal.-* *er*l,o»ba No lat 7Se la itore: 2.WX) bo I
Our; doa*.74Hclar.ore; TOO bonewShclied at Mc per CO Baca I
tack; 2caf«ae«r Ear Com at£Seper 7S&*catiadc.* . |
OATS—PeceipU, 11,761 ta; »M, ment?, 4,721 ba. Market I
rime acUraaadsdraniedle. SJ« were:—2,ooobaSiolatSSXe I
2600 laatara; ba do atSSKcafijat; do a: £?c la I
rlitU ; 1500 bo doat 29c on ir_ck. |
od in RTE—lleo Ipu, 2,618 ba. Uarkct adraoced Sc. SaHa I
sale- W4re: —l&WbaJfo. 1 atfiJclastorc; M \ngt da at Cic oa I
Hive tract. I
BAllLET—Brcelpta. 9.411 ba: ablpseats, JO.l SS bo. |
, nnfl adraacei lgSc. bal«a were ba Ko. 1 at
Can- t7c in s 7jMO bu do at LScin «tort; 4,000 bu do atfiScln I
; the «to»; isojbuKo 2at4oc laaton; 400ba doat47ctastjrc; I
loan 7dobadoat43c laatcrc ; ISCObu lUject«dat4ocla«torf.
4500 MILL bTU>TS—tctonaeaarae Jtflddlirc* at tU.CO oa
0,600 »ra:k; 556 bipßraa at track,
ktc at iiEKDS—Ue.t'lp^,2l,6l4 ft>a. Tluiothj'la jjod dtmitd
aadrieadf. Stk#wcr«>-I.obnfalrTlajoUijr at Silt; 45
tag* do atfS.l3 ; tW bac* prisa at#i-l£.
30at ; UIUUWI.NES-BscelptMa bbU. Market qatat bet
[bar- Ann at 25c.
ring, ritOVISIOXS—BceC, »S.o:e9jCO; Extra l!esi 10.00;
H«m rurk.lS 00; COOpcaßoik &l>ouldcnat7coatrack,
inini? TALLOW—KeecIpU, JCM t*. Market iaaetive, with a
icaco falrdemaadatlO»JOXc.
H-au- HlDES—Becelpis,
X 0 «Tk'c; Dry Sailed. l>«18Xe; Dry Flint. J63I6XC.
udian AI'fLES— Godd tol'rlffle, J.7T®
bash
70c. EGOS-lacooddesuuidatnaUKe.
rOULTKV—CWckcti doll at ; Turktya,
cnino ti'cFii.
y BUTTETV—Firkin, 12®15e { Dairy, 143'fc.
l'OTATOnjwßeceipts, «S3 bn. galea wereTOObn p>od
Inoed Kcabaoiioeka, at 84}jcen track.
•O the LTTMUEIt—I be followln< lumber waa told if tbo
' tbii of U. Howland tt Co.t—£o 009 f»*t aeeand clrar,
ialers at«lS.7Sfor2trch; icy for l)j loth; for IX
ily as ; and IS 7$ lor lccb; fret cobuom floortaf at
lent T# 10.50; feet doatltXO; 2Q.MO feet third claaf at 6.C0;
111 178.W0 feet poafnoz beards at « 7KJ7.C«3<. Tertaa cash. •
laree LIVE head Cattk; 44 Fair
id for for eood fat CU'.le. Thia Cattle datlaad dt
prnce Jio£»qu\«u tall-satSb'nraa'Bia-dar*crt:
m jng Catlle avetasiGf at...... ji.k
JDtOl is .. I'M - .J.I2K
nl»»l* 4 .. 3S-W .. ..270
' ta *. W0 a.to
any- 1 J* lo
rasa so Bees- P 26 -
essds Buffalo Market.
cable BrTatwaars.) scrrAiA Oct. T. Sf.
> now • - Ffcocfa_>Uad)- atd la f*'rdet=Mi; citrLrt enshaaced.
iatcrn Oaaia—Wl*cat leafiraJ?»lhyWj'**aw«ltJßt
Utcni uew*. sttea ia«tly H* «v«iVas bwM
•rtad- Mil. dab aadKo/lCtfCV* «prtrf; etJfitor
Bloats fUlufor wbie Vaaaiaa. I«l»,U3obui
other cniaa
itwne racnara-SMadr. ..
epMt. Lacx aaT?°siS—^l6,<WobbUfiour, W.OOO bu wheat: 4000u
ttd Cor bacorn; lOJXkj bo bo barter.
ft/ur J «,<*» ba wheat; 7,000
VQ baaky. '
New York market.
ptn Tettoaarn.] Nrw Tckk, Oct. S, 16'5,
F tors—Vrrj*f!nn buticarcelyst active. ales9^)obil*, T
at' auta.4 65for I
4 93 far common to medium extra Western, & Do for 1 V. ,
Info f lor to pryoA sbipplus bravds extra round-Loop Ohio—
dosiiicquUiftcdCnn. Canadianunchaufod; &Jes27A brls e.ulgnmi
nit. l:it»6.tS fbrcommon to choicerztraa. tbecsel«
Cadis-.Wheat very qulot; prime ti firm an I ssrlnj roles pay thel
ber.vv; sain bn. ht It forcholceNo 1 Cblcsjo spring, croditon
I.TV ?orcho«e ml illctilgan, l.SvCfcl.i&forwhite kentnety.
Ryeccarc***.dSim iUfleyqulttat KK2Sscfor
t.ew. Corn very scarce and firm; sileisu.ooobn old mixed fhetr
Wcste-n la store at Wc: for new do afloat l»7c offrred and dent of
6-c asked. Osts Arm at C£.4sa for btate. Western and promises
Canadian. , cinouLt
Wiimki—.Act'ecandflrmcr. 6al m Icq brls at 2:(J£SKe. r«»rv L
Pork quiet. Sales tOO brs at able klm
for tiiKi: 18. C 2 for prime. Beef dull and heavy. Sales 2M puteh.
t bn a! < 60'?<1.73f0r country prime; W026.M for d > lueaj: ColleC
| ft.o for lepacked toes*, lo'£vllefur txtrameai. lleex tlon and
I fcic f tax ee and quiet at 1W217C. prime me?s beef quiet. By re*
I Cut Mtats scarce and firm at tic for shoulders and 6c for fTon. Yi
I bams. ltawJ quiet. Lard a shade firmer. hales 3M brls Mrsers.
| atll 'HIKc- liuttcrslealy nt l9.H<3lCcfor Ohio: lT^tlc
I for Kate. L.D.B-
Stocas-C iTJ9 .OtCDaX.WCC.C 4RIH.. Col Jo*
ISI Bcu«rl6l<..)l S4. Reading4U..N T C tSJf..I C bonds
I t4^..ilSsUikiCj»fund<B.
| moncreal market.
| [Bx Tn.toJtarH.3 ilosTsrxL,Oct.a.
I *Lora—Steady aud In good demand. Nol snperatt4.TS; .
l*Not»upcr#4.M; I'aacv, |5; Extra&.l6sS.vO; UnLranda- ' •
I ble,lSJw®«.lo :
| ITABINE "INTELLIGENCE. Bpedal '
I Rofer
.1 " ftank.^
I EaTTKoaT Etxsixo, Oct. B,IW. Lombar
I Vesselk Paasxn DireotT—Oct. &—Ur—Propellers Sus- oolc^
I quehanni,Fr^eSt4e,'\\*eaora, Allrrfimy, Mineral Fo.k; •
•*l schooneri Barbarian, Dekn De Wolf, Mary il Scott, Fasb- |j
. I Jon, Ray Sute, Lewu Luidlnjton, Comet. m
I Dows—UirtsNnriliernLlfb',Sß Fomeror; brteßrlt-"
1 I lkhQu-e.l; schrsFremont, Kedprodtr. J PElrtlaiod,Fair-
I 1 port, llnlibir.', flan-.t, Australia. EiMltlor. State
, I • . „ ereydi
' I Ijrrof VrsstLarAMisornsoconrnxWiLLAJipCaßsi. byftlei
' I —Fuml-hedto the Board of Laic Undermlte's.—The fj'-
k I [owuij rejsels passed the fo: t Colbornc Loekfrum4 o'clock r.e.i
II PM on tbo Cti of October, tin < o'clock P Hon the 6th of _ __
I Octobsr.lK#; - - \'l u
p I Bomrs War-October tth—Propeller Ontario, barque XTA ■
I Sorerelfa of the Lakes, rcrooner Fulton. Oa the Cth—
» | Bona) Ex*T—Oct Wh—Prep Bay State. On tho Cth— Doslr
I barque T F Park, t:hr»J C R!fp, Flylnj Cloud. ?, locfc ?
I Pew Coims* Oet.«.
. I The barqueMafwita lswalUaj to ll£bten bifor* paisliif beremi
- I t-JOU L h. ' J.JtcOttUTEIT. -\r
i I 'Assitkp at Bcrrxio rsox Coicaoo—o;t 6—Schis it j]fJL
0 j Fillmore, Mark Sibley.
I* I PrriT-rn fBOX OsWXOO 70S CeiCAOO—Oct C—Schconer B. F.
jj I Csningt?n,jßo3bblss*lt; *hr Gem, ISOObblsrait,2oobbls
|| I water lime. theCn
t { A siirni at Bcrxiio raov Cmcaeo-Oct. t—Bark B S «
1, I Sheppard, tchra A ctuynor, Curtis Mani. H
I CLXABZoraoxßcrraioroaCmcACO—Oct. ft—Proi>eller *
ie I Chlcsgo; Bchrs St Andrews, Lone Star—6oo bbls salt,—AC
e j R>;&or,?o3 bbls salt; Lady of-tb* Lake, 1003 Idtls salt;
I Dluttlcss, 1W toas e al. •
c | Asnoai.—The srhoo*-er Cc mmeree, cwo*d an I eom- |_|
i- 1 n'auded by Ondeiklrt, of Chaillte, and bound from g |
p I OakriCefurtha tort with lumber,unshipped nerrudderand e«t>(ir
' I lo,t hersmUt-OoU last n'?ht. at 6 o'clock, about a mile ouw cmnte
c I »!lethe plen. jla order f« »are the Teasel the Captain L...
'» I th« anchor, which held her three hnun, when the .qw o
c | cha n parted and she wen' a* 1 -ore be'.o»the Fort. The res- j™,.
j! I nd Icaii bad y. a*d she vM probably poto pieces,u^lt-sathe aU otia
11 I more sympathy than to>»y did list night when nemti
I tbry were uotlfitd of h«r peillons sUovjon. The Csptaln lumui
in I end crew were taken off this mon-lne. Vcscl and ca'go la-
I turcd. Ihe VvsmJ » valutd at #^tCo.—[Oawe£ti limes,
'* I cth. -r
:8 I . I
It I POUT OF CHICAGO. <
I ____ al«ne;
•J I ARRIVED ...Oct. 8. j. I }^
1A | Ptmr Haren, Msrjan, Orand Ilaven, 77 br's Hour, scndrles. ——-
c I l'rup B JEilo, 49 hhds and S7 brlstugii, IShdt *1~)
r, I n»oia3ei, i:a id's inm, sto«ea,ao boxes soap. 6to l-<
ic I pksmdte, '
I rrop J Uirjer,B.-own. St Jo»eph, 1W m lumber, 6 m pick- No.
.1 ets. Buys:
IC I rrop Msiwauk'e- Hunt. Buffalo, I,' T# ban Iron. bosint
rc I Bin A-rcrtCJnßepublic, Davla. hrtsqueUe, 500 tens'oiL Specli
I lUrk EC L.Siubw, Peah.£o,l%) in lumber, lumlath, 3 m colleo
1 __
ie- I Barkindlua, Perry, Ojwtco, ISSO brls ailt, 150tonsplf |
tic I lros* I i
I Schr Aivui Clark. IBreie. Ocsnto 13) m lumber. '
• a * I ioUr "i Urr»e p .-Us, Claik. Kalamazoo, &J m oak lumber,
'tl I fchrPerr/ raLnah.Canllela,TfarlsCltr.l39mlninbtr. p
rv I ScbrTemp-sUNewten, White Like, tO m lumber. n ,f P *S
j bebr Ayr. UuU, Pwt Dilhoui'.e.
gli 1 CLEARED Oct. 6.
its I SlmrHur3H,MoTg»n, Grand Haven, 29 Lags feed, X ton I J
I m-1.-e, satdrea.
. I Pr p j Barber, Brown, 8t Joseph.
ur I ttarE ltvlndo'e, bowmu. liutulo, 15.C39 bu 7hcat. '
Dfi I Qardner, tiolilran, rort Coburn, bu
I w: eat, ,?*«
I Schr Fca Biro, Busher, Buffalo, to load at Kenosha. J**)
ir- I >chrJLilt hoot. Fut\Buffue. 16.000bu whe«t andG
r*s 4 tehr il-scJle, Meri m.UuffJo, 6,883 bu wtejt,tJ,S9tbtJCem
I aj bu oati. i t'U fe-d.
>n I ScLr bt. JanjOi, &uia, Bcffilo, U.OM bu wheat. / .1
on ILLINOIS AND MICHIGAN CANAL. luwa
ne I - cook
I ARRIVED Oct. 8.
)C ' I Onclla, Ottawa, 4!E4 buwbett. cated
rr, I o-jUria.Ottawa.3 bu wheat, tSJbu bwler, 5110 bu oats. AU
e t I El en, atonKCJII C7.77#ft« drain pipe. '
.. I Vennonter, Jollet, iCOtonsetrth. myw
e } I "H II Brcw -. Jdlet, 12 J tons earth. ~~
re- I A Le <ch. Jol tt, no ton* earth.
In I DCNo:ton.Lockr>ort.&cyds«t9ne, . I'i
IjJJ I U A Ihorp, Jollet, L'ght,
I CLEARED. t0...
" cc I Tnvr'e'. LaSalle, 61,151 fe:tlumber,'s4 m shingles, 25:"0
DE I Isth.
no Wave. «^i»lle,lo,Coolath, 10,003 ihlngles, Gtf&SS feet lam- BRI
>n ; I rjican.j.j'et,light.
ral I I) C Norton, Joliet, ilih',
>«c j a Lea h. Jo let. light. |J
' go I B A'ibcTp, J.ulkt, light. II
M * I XSaropcnii B(e&aera to Arrive.
t0 | From. For. Sailed. Co
I Canada, Bcstin Kept. 24
I ] d'*a Llreipool OarbeC Sept. .3
Ctg I O.rr \Vesh*n..Lttcrpo 1 New rork £*P'- £3 #iirJ
I ArtcL........ Tork kept. S3 j»,
Bre I /I'uca of. ....New York Oct. 1
er- I frouthampton..N-w York Oct. 4
illr I l ; 'Cincn. Southamp:on..New York Oct. 4 l ou |
I F.ur.-pa Uvtrpof.l New York ,® j
u " I Qnees..ti«u l UampVoa New York.. .Oct, 1- ■
de- I Ka carol .. ..IJverpouL.... New -ort Ort. 15
OC. I Print.* A'bert .Ualway New York Oct. 15 1^
ur- I
•i' I f UiinEltJlAX'o EXCHANGE.
j JLi Tl»e Rooms of the Aswdatlon, In Llnd's Block, will jo n j
BB- 1 l.ooißncv-b morning fronclpbtto n'neo'cloclc, as a Lum- _ .
ack I Vrii/anV E*clian»-e. ut whhh tme andplaceallresldeotand i*«J
I 11'in-rcaiJeMt Manuforturvr.', City anl Country Dcalera, »..
n&V I Copt Una, aud others ir,tere-<te«Un the trade are lavl- .
I tcdtoattcn l. ROBEaT U. VOSS. I'm deal.
I h'n.n nit Wood, Secretary.
- uiiNisniN G
, Jc . I Di:, ' or - T
lias I
■ta- T. If*. Baxter A' Co., 1
ll & I
n >e j or "W
; e p™ IFRENCH BTJBE g|
K3SI ILL ST ONES, jfi
this I * Nnj
1 by j Of All Quarries, and
tnl I l G « Brown's Patent Portable
[sl Flouring: and Grist .Hills,
IIS I And Dealers In ~—
DUTCH ANKER BOLTING CLOTHS, ®
aifti j Smut MKlsand Separators, "X
S I SepentoraforWarchoues,
I Beltings .of all kinds,
(8.177 I Hoisting Screws and Balls,
1 Staffs, fcc.
WX!72 I
rill "Fairbanks' Scales, i...
ll'ltM I |T|T Gil
1.1 HILL FURNISHING GENERALLY, 1
37.234 1
I Plaas, Bpacl4citlons and Estimates famished when de- j
S oc- I sired, and the construction rf Steam and Water 1
| occ I MUI coctxaded for entire,
' STEAK ENGIXES, BOILERS, £C. cc
I baring obtained sale
| of &tram Eaglncs and Boilers, frtm the manutattory of XI
[fit. I GOJLDING, BAGLEY & SEWELL, OF WATER- ]
I UOWN, N. V«
I woaldlnelte the attention of porehasen to their nperlor «t e
ero. I mtrtisof r.j'le. wjrtraacsUp and powers; also, their very
eat to I low priee*. T>v fotlowlng is a list of prlce« of Engine
«iA. I and Bailer, with Heater, Water and Steam Pipes.
t, -T f i I Cocks. Valves, Arch Castings and Orates, complete nnd
Irceti- I rta'iy for use. delivered lu Chicago: '
rCas- I ihoraepower SSOO i sohorae power.-. HA*®
8 « " 378 25 *• ....... I^oo
Ii) • ♦* r» \so •* M ......... i,«*B
Mar- ,j m m 600 |B3 " M -3.000
rtv.r In- " HOO 140 - . 2,500 n
•\"4o I audlDllkeproportloaforlargermesas required. V
si:dt- I Erery Engine Is furnished with
at'os I Jndnon's Patent Governor Valve
idoat I for Flour Wilt. * eeoafldentlr recommend them as supe- tu
eWln-! rlor toanyoUierstyleof EnjJae, andtheywlll
£: ioo I Bavo from 25 to 50 per cent in Fuel q,
iVlnter I orertheusoalclaas^ffc^'erslnuselntheWest. Wesball
I keepaaa>sottnientof clfl<.*r«atsires at our establishment,
1 wbcrctheymaybeecainlnedandthenecrMirTiuformatlon
>9 bu. | obtainedrexarotngthem. Competent menwlU,lf dednd,
irtcd I befumlslied ioe»tupand start Engines In snypirtof the
I country. Wealsoeuppty
" ya - I WATER WHEKLS. aHIFTIXO. OEAIUNO, 4c,
j At Terr low prtoa. ~
Km' I T. W. BAXTEB & CO., -*
* I UUlFcnbhlngD-pot, We»t Water street, between Ran.
' l °re I dolpn and Msd son, Chicago,
ijected I P^PostOfllc^address 80x574. Ja3b9ttly ~
a»t« WAGOiNS, 13UUGIES, PLOWS, 1
&fO bn I ' « c£
""" I JtxTEJ!JLEZ,r z.ow rmcEs, "j
darket I To close out our present large stack. Aleo from ThrA to
ASSXe I Four Hundred Thousand Feet of
S3 c la I
Dr}* Oardwooa, Wagon Lumber, t
Wc °° I WACOM AND BUGCT KUIIS, j
a trc. I SPOKES, FELLOES, ic.,
ttito I H.WHITBECK i CO„ 1
>•(«.. I cernerofWest Randolph and Jefferson streets. '
orf# ' 1 MlO*5S7 dkwim- u
pIIICAGO TYPE FOUNDRY (
letnaad f ,
l«;«s Printers Wareliouse, ~ 6
I » .WAHIXOTOX STREET W
let bat I c b i e aoo. C i
I The subscriber Is prepared to furnish Tyre In large or "
uIOOO-I smallQuanUti«a,ttulem>masnprrlorQuahtyof rnetat.fo /
' I eAber cashoraporovedpapei. Jl<»ls suppliedwjth a \
I tarce stock cf Preseea. Ink. Wood Tyj*. and everything -
I necrffun-foracoapleteptinUng nfio. A »tw iwdtsen 1
w*th a 1 oookbnowwady tord»ilvery, and will be sen; to partita
I trlsblngt>ordertn application. Z
I mhI&KS 'L. DODOE, Treasurer.
'ahed.7 I
I A LCOHOL. J
A ' . -i
I Ptmn ALCOHOL, (98 per ct.) J
Bitaft I OBhuaudfjrnleVj. rXDERWOOD * CO. ' ;
I cet-aSO2-Sm 1W &vuOi Water street. I
"VTOTICE. —THE UNDERSIGN- -
1 ep ON THE let of January, ISt#, withdrew from T
rlvtho | Cook, Brother k Co« where 1 wMCttemlcal Dyer and Part
-4 clear I ner.amhkTeepeaed*
for IX j FAXCt STEI3I DYE ESTADLISUIIEST, ;
«li< at | jj®. ios. ;r Soutb Clark Street...No. 195 |
it ft.ro; | * [Bttwta lloaroe and Adau}
cash. I Where lam prepared to Dy« aad Cafti lulk, fatln and a
M w i.'! WoolenDTeasesandsliawk;geoUeacasOcaU,\6Caand
* , " rair I Paua,u> every style desired. Oarpcti cleaned. Lace Cur>
nggtsg. I tains cleaned and slcachrd at reduced prices.
1 All roods wan*Btsdtc look well or no pay, -
I r MDKtj KALiscn.
:iSf rj.EO. T.
*s*l2 1 VJT InpoTter.ilanufacturrransWholt
'liX 1 aileand J^iall A.. -f
•*-» j rial lU'ea-ltPVOlvera. bowle'v
h ing Tackle, Powder,bhot.Caps.'j«a eazul
I Sponluc apmnttus cene/ally. P» »«3 jfiK&i. "
p.Sf. j Rlfie Sights made to enler. ftji;«nog
. ■. i docrlsthebe*tmanncrandwarranted. * i
hangefl. 1 gjr tsr.s Aieentfor Haiard's Pawler. mrft-r J
;j£S 17 OR THE GOLD iiINES. -
winter: 1 1.
;Usobui 1 SITAEP*S ASD COLTS RIFXTC,
, 1 OOLT3 PISTOLS, BOWIE rtK "
I also, a large asaartmeut of Target n n rWll
. * other JUte». Shot Quca,and other ap]*-
- - Awgaatal wafer yinas, at 1
t; 7,000 I cs Latestreet. '"***oo, '
I WMTWr ID. EA»V_
Uanfcing aniJ CFicljaiige; <!
A. WILL AUD OFFERS HIS C
• wrvlcsiis
«£d whft, for ibe jaiod of eralltcrx, fctl cotaptUrd to mate o_t.
ft.ulfnmr.al of tLelr prorxrljr,- AUo to All who, flncMns AVts
tiiec»olvM. on acconct of ml«rortnnps lour*. unatiU tu lien
paj* thdr
crod!tors, or t" creditors who fear lex tuch iLMHitr te pay, on 1
wlsli tu effc-t seeurtty orutt Villi ILdr Box
it'Acrt. a- i
TLe Qadon;'£sed Uarirg haj the niLageaett uid tetdc-
oentof «un'»>*«»'gtin3cctJ and estates, ttd effected com- I
promises in KisJcrn, Wfst«m &nd Southern Cltlei to the
tiaoutt of One Million of D:l!an dariog ibe put ttrce
rtan, hucalned Information and erperleace th»t win en
able klm to conduct this tlad or btislneu with still and d - >o.
patch. AV<
Collection* tnade and trails promptly remitted. iLrenna- >i C o
tlou and ad vies frte of ebarce. (^o c
137 fpedal pormlulan tie reiera to 3
fTon.Yanil, llirrlna, • L.O.Freer,T"
Mraen. beat (A, HcOalllsUr . \Vm.Jo^es,£n n I
and Jewett, O. O. Hammond, JL
Geo.eteel, Esq.
Col Jotepb Ftu. . J. T. Edwards, Esq.,
K. 5. Boston, Esq,
ITA. WILLAP.D,
Offlie with L. E. Alexander yo
aeSSaM-lm Oarnerof Clark-and Lak« street.
"OUDD & BALDWIN",
X) BANKERS AMD DEALERS IN EXCHAKGE.
WWTtf.V, - - - Jotca, p
Bpedal attcnUoa jlven to collections, and prooetdi remVtM
on day of payment.. . . v^-
Rofer to the Buk of tlie Commonwealth, If. ITarket
lUnk.>*. T ; Mechanic'sifcwb. New llavea.Cono; C.A. r
ljombard, Em)., lUwton; Alltm, Copp & Neeblt, 2>L Loots;
Uook&aargmt DaTctport, lowa. >u»<toa7B
"17 G. SALTONSTALL & CO., ' 3 u
J. • COiIiUSSIOX. STOCK t BOND BROKERS,
•V«, 24 Clark &'t, 9 ChUaffOf Jit,.
State Bonds for Banklof pnrpoaej snd Railroad Stocks of "*
ererc dwcriptlon twuglit tiid sold In the New York maflret I
by rtlefjapb. Quotations reeeired dally. .
Ill.noi* Cectnii Land Boims purchased and del'vcrodat
KewTorkrates.adlinsComxnisstuo. Jy^Cmx
». c. saLToatTAtL. z. l. nsißiK. j.c. suaxaa.
MAXWELL & -DART, ■' j
XTJL , BANKERS AND STOCK BROKERS, --
•V<d* 50 Exchange JPlact, Jj
K*W TOSS.
Baalnesapaperandloaosnccotlated. Advances made oa
Stock Sccodu<*. btoeks and Bonds bought and told on
Commission. All orders promptly attended to.
TheprocfcedsofallStocworiJondssenttonsforsalewlU P"
be remitted for by rutom mall. mbtt-lyc£79
IVTAIIINE BANK, "I
XTJL CHICAGO MARINE AND INSURANCE CO. -*
Capital 9500)000. 7
B.F CARVElLCaihcrandSecretarr.
J. YOUNG »CA>fMON. President. I
If Collections made and drafts remitted to aU parts of ~
tlie Caloa. | 1
E l tinkham & co., ;
• BANKERS AND DEALERS IN EXCHANGE, v
Corner Clark and Laki Strut,
OBlOitO. ' ...
TiysniM. OeSs.'flSl
Hoffmann & gelpcke,
Di NKERS, Chlcaso. Depoelts received and Inter
est atiowed on Special De P oiUs. Liberal ae oumotlatlons r
panted to Depositnrs Independent of the state of- the « n
mosey market. Esclanaeaud Lettersof Credit la enms to
salt, on the principal cities of the United btatosaod Ku
rooe. Exchange on Europe, to Importers, at New York
ouoUtlons. Time loans ou private twnos. and aorUagrs .
negotiated. Westers State*. County, CUy, or Railroad I
luans negotiated abruad. feSWy ™
rsaacis a. corniaaa. soxta. otto cti-rcsx.
T C. BARBOR, Banking and Ex- ;
JL« offiee 42 Clark street. Exchange, Uncorrent
Unney.Ouldftnd Silver boncbt and sold.
Reference—J.Youn£bcunmon,rnuidentMarlneßank;
F. O. Adams. felS -
BW. PHILLIPS, £
• .B 4. N Kb R, J
No. C Cllss Sraxsr, (Loomls Balldlnj!) Ch!eaeo,Tn. -
Bays Sl<tit and Time drafts oa Eastern cities. Dit counts
hounesspap<7.dea'.siaEnro9ean and Domestic Exchange,
Specie, Land Warrants. Uncurrent Bank Notes, atd mates
collectloas oa all accessible points ocia bIM
LAUMxYN," hedge & CO, : -
BANKERS AND DEALERS IN EXCHANGE.
JJurllnfto*) Jotca, ' t
Prompt attention Riven to cn'ieetlons. Refer toI.H. J
BurchfCo. F. G. Adams Underwood & Co.
Jacob x. t.acifa». TUQMaw htpqe. aao o. tarxag.
HTHE BiVNK OF AURORA,
X IIALL & BROTHERS, Aurcra. Illinois, ]
Hankers aud J}taltrm ta Exchange^
All collections entrasted to them wUlmectpromptatten
tlon.
Refer to Bank of the State of New Yoik; F. G.Adam '
andGeo. Smith & Co., Cbicaco.
k,y. "* tt - ». r. r. a, nxiA.
pooic & SARGENT, DAVEN-
V-Zport, Iowa; Cook. Sargent & Dwbm, lowaClty,
Iowa; Cojk, Sargent 4 Couk, Fort De« Moines, Iowa; ]
Cook, J: argent A I'arker. Flo.-ence, Nebraska; Uaokeisand
Dealers In Eschange. Make CoUieUons ami rem!t to any
part of thaUnUm. Linrf Warrants bought, sold aod lo
cated. I'artJcularattention given to the lutymrnt ol taxes.
Attorneys at Law connected with our houses: •
COOK <t DILLON. Davenport, lowa.
my« 3 E. i>. DOWNEY. lowa city.
I?RNST PRUSSING,
JLj DEALER IN EXCHANGE, MONEY,
Ustf Ileal JSttat* Broker*
Sbath Clark-at.. Up Stairs CO
' • agist Tom TUX
. BRITISH COMMERCIAL LIFE INSURANCE CO n
London and America. Capital sA,fA3,ooo.
ERSgr PROVING. Notary PolHc.
"RALDWIN.& DODGE,
JJ BANKERS AND LAND AGENTS.
Council JHutTt, Jotca City,
Collections made at the usnal rates. Etchanze on the
pnnttpaldtlesorihe UnionboußhtaJulsold. lteatKstate
1 bourht and sold on Commlulua, Land U'arraaUi located
| at slu per 100 acres, and 3>iei>er acre Land office fee. AU
2 elird warmntaln same proportion.
? References—Marine Bank. Chicago; Henry Farnham,
1 l'RsUlent Chicago and Rock Island Railroad; Amor*
4 iwi: Firrhnnfe liantr New York; Durkee & CulKjck. bt.
4 Louis, • deio-aco
® jpmr t. r»QDoi. o. if. gauwa.
I
5 WJSJJIEt CJRPEJS'TBn K CO.,
CEDAR RAI'IDS, IOWA.
II jobs vjtiM, e. d. canrxrrra. ' n. b. stisss
V . Referto American Eichang* Bank, New York.
r —— MeUride Crothei*, New Yore
r M J. S. Homans, Jr.. editor ltanken N.Y.
'*' Stuwca.SUbbeJ!Ca^i{anker#,Wooster.O.
m. ** IS. I. ITnxuam A Co.. Bankers, i-TUCagu, UL
" Cook,Sarzcnt AUuwtiey, lowaCity,lowa.
i *' J. Q.oraves. M. W.H. JaitKJlly
"HELAnAY, DUGGER & GAL
XJ LAGIItR.
ATTORNEYS AND COpNSELLORS AT LAW,
J.»at*n%corth City, K» T»
Will attend to all entrusted to their
care—al*a to boylnt edllnc, or luyine taies noon real es
. tate. Will ato attend to locating Libd Warunii, or enter
ing land In any portion of the Territory.
OfflceNo Dol>elawar»st«»4—upstairs. ..... _
References—Hon. A. Lincoln, Springfield. It, Hon. O.
« M. Hatch. Sprineflel J, 111, R. S. Biaikweli. Esq. Chicago.
* >m»-the. Oo»e, i Co-St, lajuls. Una. John AI. Palmer:
Canlnvlllc, 11'. Hon. It. YaVes, JacksonvlliG, I>l. Hon.
fkorceT.llrown,Alton.ni. U.Grat*Brown, F.l'.Blalr,
Ik-cker&Cu. St. L»uls. Wa Ward. Slmson Draper,
New York dir. N. I*. Bank*. Henry Wilson, Boston,
linn. Lyman Trumbull, Alum, ill.
M. W. QELaUAT. iZTT. L. PUCOSX. W. W. OALUCHXX.
J [myi4-d3-* 6mt
CSroccrteg, \ r c,
GROCERY HOUSE.
Parsons, Pitkin & llankcy,
No. 10.*..South Water Slreet....No. 1G
Tliird door cast of Michigan Avenue,
Invite attention to their stock of STAPLE AND FANCY
GROCERIES, which Is complete In evory department,
aud consUU In put as follows:
I • U) Hhds. N. O. Sngtrs. common to choice.
;j ** Cuba *nd Torto Ttlco Sufors.
!#. 2«0 Bb!s. N. Y. Reined SofWi«—stu>dard qn4lltles.
153 » N.Y. fcyrurv"—assoncd aud CIIEAP,"
900 " Re-U>ll«daadX. Y.tUßar House MOLASSES.
SuCO Kecs Nails—assorted and as low as aay Hardware
Jioupeln the city.
COFFEES—Rio, Lafuit*, O. O. Jan, well selecUd and
ale ukdodsuppi#.
TEAS—A full a*»ortmcnt of the best brands In market.
R~ Pnrchastri will find our soods "CIIEAP AS THE
CHEAPEST," and the altt&Uon of Cosh Bayer* U par
tieular requeued to
ine Hx 16 S;uth Water Street.
a EWE L L SNOW,
«» Wholesale and Retail Grocer
000
100 OOraMIBBION J&aaOHANT,
No* 112 Dearborn it« Chicago.
Tu'wg ia rtedpt of frsquect eonslcnmenta from Eacteza
pe- gad availing myself of tlie be£t opportunities pr
•enteJ la market, 1 am able to ot.*cr GREAT BAR
GAINS to cash trcjers of Groearies la
£|j Largo or Small Quantities.
l° n DesiersaswellaethosebnylrsforthelrowntuewQl ■ j
tforthelradvantage ti examine my stock and prices.
AIL GOODS WAEEAHXED,
10H BOXES w. r. CHEESE
1 \ /\ / aid at
- . P. UORAN'S.
Succeascr to BUSHNELL & MORAN.
selS-»«H lm aig South Water street.
tOO BOXES LEMONS, French
Jv lv V/ Case and Palermo, In eood order, which w«
CgT l.. o A -Ejt < . o. .Sll^r t.
I?KES11 ZANTE CUKIIAN"I"S IN
JL bblsand half bbls* Flps, fwh In drums bv
»to J. V>'. DOANE A CO.
TEFFKEV'S SCOTCH jVLE, i'Ult
!r, ° " Js """ bTo,i S.X*&OK*r. &CO.
VTEW YORK CONFKCTIONE
rv. A lar« assortment Juttrecelred and forsale by
fe j. \V.lK>ASEACO.,;aiteartomgt.
piCKLES, PRESERVES, Sauces,
. IT Every variety of EnclUh Pickles a-d Saucea, for
galfby J. W. T3 Dearborn St.
rTr POOPERS GELATINtr AND
e - nAA BBLS. GREEN APPLES,
1 Jj W W AL*o Peanv Peaches, Tomatoes Melons, rt
ccivcd dally by J. W. DOANE ACO, TS Dearborn rt.
:to o UNNIES 4.000 on Consicn-
\J" mee t. J.VnOW. U Dearborn street.
j'" OftAlsS—2oo bbls. on consign
rtles J j oent. J. SNOW, 10 Dearborn street.
A PPLES —100 bbls. in prime order
/m wacoailftmtct. J. t>NOW. 10 DaiVw-tf. •
■RUTXER—
-1 m w kegs Butter.
ffM. UTTLS A CO. 1» S Water street.
». T>HOOMS—
I Jim doi Rnv>ms. for ca'e by
\r.M. LITTLE, ft CO. ICTE. Water
nnuBS—
JL SO dnz Painted Tubs,
WM. LITTLE ACQ., ia Santh Valerttm?.
95 AT OL AbSKS—
UA. » bUs Molaatsjnst received.
Q. S ' WM. UTTI.K A Co. ta P.
and ■■ -- ■ ■ ■
Cluv AUSTIN'S GENUINE KERO-
A sese.
n. —A*
"7 NO. 151 SOUTH WATER STREET,
oeS-aSSO-lw A. E. GOODRICH & CO.
9" A^ T ' S GEXUIXE KERO
- ■ Alwsys oa ha&d at
Xo-i South "Water Street,
A USTIN'S GENUINE
$ KEROSENE.
For ule Wholesale or Retail by E. A. GOODRICH & CO n "
; No. IM Sccth Water stmt. -
(Commission fHcvcfjants. |
CTEVENS, BRAINAKD & CO., j T O
Cj (Stic*p«onl<»KteTeai. Bros. A C 0.,) I U
Ut.VEI'.AL COMMISSION M£ROfclA>TS. tSi South T
Waterstnet, Chicago, 11L, will give their exclusive aUea* j '
lien to the puichaietoud rale of Fioux, Grain, and aUkinds I (
cf Produce on Comtniuloa. Liberal cash advances mid)
on Bills of Lading and property In stcre. fc* - po»t offlce I
Box
x. n. srxruti. w. m. i»*w»n. a. t. acTcaoeo*. J an
HIDE AND PRODUCE ore c3
COMMISSION* HOUSE, of HOWAJ
HAS£L TI X E k CO., cs
No. IG3 WinTiw Stmt, CmCAOO, liictoo. 1 rc-7'3'
We Lave special permlsition tn refer you to the following I -»TO
hcusea:Meesri.E.LTlnkham&Co r 1 jX] vJ
AVhitaker Dmthen. sc3-a2ga-Cm Xl
TYUPXXY & MITCHELL, P ,
XJ a£y£. r Ul CV2IXISSIOX Jjxsuj
Proprietors of the I
FULTON GBAIN ELEVATORS,
NO'S. SIS, :<3 and S.VI NORTH "WATER STREET NOB'
CHICAGO. ]
. Consignments soUdted of >lour, Grain, Terk, Hides, j •
, Ac* Ac., Ac. I
Advance made on pgnipnuirti *ylS»d7W-£o J DTI
qhackford, how & CO., c £??
O PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
No. 212 SoutiTwster ctreet, Chicago, El., I |-l J
Give exclusive attention to tbo legitimate bulneas of I 1 ■«■
COMMISSIuN MERCUANTS; buying and selling for | NINEI
.other parties WCLT. 1 r „.,.
Will make liberal advances on property Is store or far I
Shipment E&it. |
sua. sHxcxrono. «ro. x. now. a, s. caasnocasrz. I T ncc .
Brown & barber,
PRODUCE, COMMISSION tad SHIPPING ri«u
merchants, • I propen
And Dealer* In Malt, Barley and Eartera Hope. I
OSce—No. 1 South Clark st* (up stalrsj Chicago, Illinois. I
Hiaatc Baow». (maly] Faaaca E. lUaan. II |j
IV/rURRT NELSON, .
_L> JL Produce, CoaunMoo aao Shipping Merchant, I
No. 214 South Water street. I Capita!
(Agent for the FoHna Starch works, Co* N. 7.) I l'uldc
Liberal cash advances on Klour and Grain for shipment to I n
Oswego or New Yoik, or la store; giving the shipper the I
privilege of sdilngln either market for one commission. |
T?mYARD, HEMPSTEAD,
XJ WHOLESALE GROCER. |
11 - - South Water street, -• 71 W
Chicago, I rr-u
VT Agent fbr the sale of DgponfsPowda. ap3-cs?Mr I *1
-JJNDERWOOD 4 CO., S
COM IBBIOS HZ SC HANTS I tA™
152SoDtltTr4t«rSl!re«f, I rSI;
ais3 *&3 - chicjloo. ;;;S.
WE Alt E PREPARED TO %
MAKJE I -*-ji
Cash Advances on Grain I I
For shipment East, giving the owcer the privilege cf sell* I
log In Buffalo or New York for the same commission. I l~i ;
UNDERWOOD it CO* I
iatt. Water stetet I
rtULVEII & COMPANY, fra!
Vy COiIXISSIQX MERCHANTS, I
_ * £l6 Couth WaterStrreL ~ I \
B.F. Cci-Tta. (Ja4bait) C.E.Cn.Tra. I
1 T COMMISSION MERCHANTS, I
No. 910*4 South Water street, second door west of Weill I
street Bridee, clve their exclusive attention to the sale aad I
purchase of all kinds of produce, stock, Ac* on CommlMion. I 50 si
Cash advances made on Bills of Lading and property la I t» "
store. Refer to George Smith & Co- Marine Bank aad Geo, I '
Steele A Co. JalObWl J "
2L A. WxLLUxa. W. D. HovsbtxzAs. 1 130
T EES &.WALLER, HI :
XJ COMXIF&IOy XFRCXXF7S, I joo •
No. 79 Buns SxaxTT, New Yoxz Czzr I .mo '
• WALLER A CO* I -
No. 17 Stat* StexTT, Csicaoo, lii* I j>jo *•
Cash advances nude on Produce in etort, or shipped to eta | JW *
house la New York. JAS. B. WALLER, Chicago. I its *
JAS. LEES and EDW. WALLER, New York, apla iy I iW *
I>UMSEY, BROTHER & CO., *
XL COSIUtSSIOK XERCBAXTS, I »
Glvethdrexdoslve attenUoD to the purchase andialeof I 100 '
F.our, Grain, and other Produce, on Commission. I S3 '
No. 146 South Water, cor. Clark-st* Chlctgo. noSSaJoi 1 4 |
' T J. RICHARDS, * *
U • feovuci: coxxissioy xzzcxssr, I
No. S Pomeroy*s Building, Chicago. I
XHbertt-JdcanefJXXatltom Consignment*, I
Rrrmxacxs.—J. H. Dunham, J. Young Scammon, Geo. I Uu.
W. Dole, Rurnsey, Bro. A Co* Chldgo; Royal Moorcs. I ~
• Naples, 11L; V»'owruJf A Co-New York; Henlng A Wocd* I
} raff, St. Louis; J. Buna, Banker, Spring-cid, Kl.: C.S, I
J Dole. Chicago. J ap£TM j
■ CAWTER, "WALLACE & CO.,
O CQiatlSStOtf MERCOAyTS,
Nrw Yoas. I j u ) yi
UNDERWOOD k CO- ChicaocC"" "C I powr
aha '66 ly Agents for the North-west. I bleu
A LLEN YANE & CO., «un
JCJL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, I Clnd
0 Forthe sale ofFlour, Grala, Beet Pork. Hams, iLard, But- I
ter. Chesse, Seeds, Dried Fruits, Ac. 129 South Water st* I »»■
Chlcasa. Affsits for Hamburgh aad Western Reserve |
CLeeae. I X|
aLLci tact. [aal3-aI2S y] a. stojx. I
A LBERT MORSE & CO., °
XA. CLstzor Eccxxr, Mocsx A Co*] I
rnovccK Lvxuistioy hesciiaxts, I
No. 234 Socio Warn Sranrr, Cuicaoo, Innrea. I
e Burincsa confined strictly to Commissions. (JySJ ly d 903 I
1 A,PILES & WRIGHT, T)
ITJL COMUISSIOX XEnCI/AXTS, I XJ
> No. 6 Dole's Building, corner Scrath Watcrtnd Clark streets, I
Chicago. lira tc I Cu
sturgea, BuckinghamACo*Chicago.GeorgeArmonrACo. I
Chicago; Marine lUnk. Chicago; J. Mltrh&U A Co* Bonk* I >!.„
. era. Fret port, 11L }ylMy-d-&g I n d
£ VTEELY, LAWRENCE & CO.,
(iCCCZSSOKSTO AIJiXXTX.XIILT 4 OO.) I (• om '
r&ODVCZ* COXMSSIoy AXI> IOBWAMDIXQ I Char,
' MKRCOAJtTS. 1
1 x. r.uvißtac,.„v, t, warouTx, I
x.r.uwtncz, I
personal attention given to sales of |
Grain* flour, and Country I XI
. {jProrf*r« JieufrmUy. I
tVßusiisess exclusively Coanuission. Also, dealers la I sJIL
Salt, Water-lime. Qulck-Llme. Plastering Hair, Ac. I
"" Jy7 S36.23SandS*oSouUi W&ter-st* Chicago, lIL |
" T 1 F. CRAIG & CO., !
X • COJfJIISSIOjr JIKRCITJ-yTS. I
Give their exclusive attention to tbe purchase and sale I
, of Flour, Grala, Live SU>ck, Provisions, and all kind'd I
lr Country Produre. JeSiMlm-dCiO I
»- NO. IS6 KINZIE STREET, CHICAGO. j „
D' KREIGH & CO., C(
• cunMissioir mercbjutts, j
Comer cf South Wsler and Franklin streets, Chicago, IL. I
p. y«TT<ig. myIOUQ E.D.Tartca. I
r PUCKER & RANDOLPH, H
Q * X GEXF.MAL CQ3IXISSIOS XEJICHAXTS, \
a. No. 8 Loomls* BuQdlng, corner South Water and Clark-sts* I
Make advancM on Grain, Flour and Provisions for rate lu j
_ Chicago or Eastern markets. Jel44m-dUI I
T7> W. DENSMORE, I
j> JLJis HAVING P. EMOVED
to his new location, will continue In the I
rxsOtra, OHAIN, .KESAX.
o AXD FEED BBSIXES3 L]
As heretofore, stid Is also prepared to doa General Cotnmls- j
;y slon buslons, and make cash adrances on consignments of I
ati property In store* 209 SOUTH WATER STREET,
tnhlOly-clTl Comer of We'ls. I
Packers & Commission Merchants,
m XJTD WTTOLtaxLE OZAtCZS nr J:
BEEF, PORK, LAM), lims, ETC., ETC.
IE Partlcalw attention paid to Cruwc Uak3 for family we. I
SIJ Packing House and Store, 221 South Water street, I
P.O. 80X427G. CHICAGO.!®'
WTM>3PB ttzqjtD C. g. S. MtXXR. L
~ 13ITION & CO.,
' X GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS 0
I Chi
i.For the purchase and sale of I
Grain, Flour, Pork, Beef, Hides, Lard, I •
p BUTTBR, FRUITS, SEEDS, ETC. LQ
123 Sou h Water Street, Ctocsgo, J2L I
nmui n; I
J. H. Dunham rrts!den: of the Merchants Savings Loia I
pr- uid Trust Company, Chicago, IU.; BenJ. Hlrckiey, Bos- I
JL. ton. J _
jutn jijrg«o xu rtrxi* I w
\J MERCILVATS,
For the purchase and sale of I
GUAnf, FLOUR, rRODUCE Coi
A>'D iIERCHAXDISE, Se
.-p< P<irrf«'i Ruildtmfi J
?J2j CORNER OF A SOUTn WATER STREETS D tu
• )4 CHICAGO .ILLINOIS. ! >
r.v.ciAUPnxAts..... h.w.smor*. | jjj
b CSTLlberal advapen made oa I I
«>. . Rxmocm bt I
LII ern,Chlcaco; Marine Haok,Cluogo; Sturgis, Bueklcghara Inr
w« A Co. Chicago: MungtrA Aia»our, Chicago; tylveeter I .it
t. .SenecaFalU.N. Y.:F. B. Dao» ACo..NewYork: JohaG. I in
*v7 Deshler.Buffalo; Alv.iid A I>aacO*wego:Ch!iaiDCtiala A 1 i
i\ Co., Cincinnati ;CowQic A Co*Scaeca Falls, N. I IT ,
,bv selOaS&f 2a I '
rj- pLEGHORN, LECKIE & CO.,
raoDvr£ coxxissio'x xexch.ixtj. J
No. 13...50 nth Lasalle SC...No. 13. I
—■ ■ ' CHICAGO; ILL. *
hi- Give exduslveattentlostothepurchasetndsaleof flour I
■by grain and other produce ca eosunlseioa. * I
• Liberal advanc«* made ut condrnmeat. I
Reference*Geo. Steel. E»j .Chicagn- J. E. |
*°> Ch:cago; Meurs. Stargesa, Buckingham ACo* Cbkago. I
/° r «.DXX.TOSCLZ>inot3r. i trrrw IX&
_ aalgatK-3» • o. HCttT roaoas. I
D TP G. WOLCOTT & CO., I C '
, XL/a COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
-I— -V», G iioJi'i ( T ,
's! - Cor. Clark aad S--»uth Water
Libert! alvancM made oa CoaUgnt&ents fi_*r mJe in Chi- | 1
,re* »g%Buffldo. or Oswego. lae#as7oSs Co
tfAY & CO,
n "* X PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANT'S. I AT
L No. 14 Sooth Clarlc Street, I rJ
q— CE;c*ca, ai. |
t. fr* post OCre Bex l&:t. 9eSa3a>-am I
OHAS. BUNKER, JR., bs
t.. coxMtxszux jrr*cir.i:-Yr j ua
* No. 2 Loomls' Building. j St
LIBERAL ADVANCES made na shipments of Flour I
f and Grain to Tucker A Startiuck. N»w York. sefra33l-«m I
"WATSON Y. COE,' " "
TT COMMISSION MERCHANT,
iii Liberal advances made ca Consignments. 47 I«c
to T. M. Avery,A Oo„ sturgw, Buctlnyham A I iti
Co.: G. S. Uubbinl A Co* Mczchasts* Savtaxs Loaa A I Vt
T. Co., U. A. Tucker A Co. K-«ly I
~ TLUXOIS INSTITU-
X TION—IN THE CITY OF CUICAGO. I
♦. jscosrontip rzstcitr, 1557. I Ct
o2ee, 1M AIW Waahingtoa ft., Methodist Church Block, j
O- This Institution receives Deports cf led
FIVE CESTS,
andupwards, from ail das»fs of fenoos, including I pei
HT, MinorH and Manied Women, | pn
and allows icUrt«t at the rate of iix per cent, per laßum. 1~~
~~ Dhidesos paybale on jhe tot Monday of January j JrJ
°- ■" :r - TRUSTEES: - - I (
JohaH. Klnde, Wm.B.Ogdes, G.S.Hubterd, V
Geo. W. Dole. Conrad L. Dick, Joha S. Reed. n
O. K. \7. Ldl, Alex.O Coventry, I
J&hnC.llunt?, B.M. Raymond, Jarcd Gage, I
Nathan B. Kidder. I r*
OSce open dally durlas the unta.hours of business, and on 1
E Tuesday and aswrdayevealeg*. * 1
vt JOlCf c.HAlNES.Pmldect. n
N. B. Kcpa. Caahlei. > . myl»-yl
CODA ASH, PALM OIL AND
X)*- O RESIN. Abo. Gereaaaad FK&Qy Soaps frr sals I ~
WholMkleaad Retail, by GEO. E. WINCHESTER. - j c '
meniT tastuuitnet, I
insurance.
JOHN B, ACKLEY & GO.,
llfd, rire f end Huino luturance Ag*ncy»
OQc«—No. 4 Masonic Tjaiple, Chicago, 111.'
iocra rot tils I
QCAKEP. CITY INSURANCE COMPANY, Capital
and Surplus .1340,C00.
GREAT WESTERN INSURANCE AND TRUST CO.
Capital and Surplus t^O.OOO.
HOWARD FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE CO.,
Catvtalaad Surplus t7C0,000.
n.ylS ly
"VfORTH AMERICAN" FJRE IN-
X\ SURANCE COMPANY,
Or Haarroxt>, Comcncrr.
PAID UP CAPITAL, 9306,000.
Insurance Against Zsosb by Tiro Only.
HUBBARD & llUNT.y&gents, Chicago,
Ccr. Clars and South Water st.
NOHWICn FIRE INSURANCE CO.,
0* Nottisncn, C 035.
Paid ap Capital, $101,636,33-
maUBASCE AGAINST LO-S BY HBE.
nUBBARD A HUNT. Agents, cor. of South Water aad
Clark first a-»r. Loou.'.»'
HxVRTFORD I'IRK INSUR'NCE 1
COMPANY. Caaxrnxs nr ISIQ. c
NINETY-EIGHTH SEMI-ANNUAL STATEMENT:
Cash Capital and Surplus, ITlay 1, 'SO.
534r4:,640.87.-
LOSSES PROMPTLY ADJUSTED AND PAID AT
TillS AGENCY.
For lnj'tnnce on DweJinas, Furniture. Storesu* Ware
loii9.sandcuLWnt-sSlercna"<iis*,(inln, Mill*, Maafacw- ,
rlra, farm Dwe.lln<a. LlveAtock. Hay,Grain.a*_d I
property of a!l kinds, apply toHUNT A HIOOINSON.
t'xaa.H.HozT, . Ko.l.LoomU' Block.
Qto. M. Iltacwaoa. . jyl3 dTT> tta
PEORIA MARINE AND FIRE
X INSURANCE COMPANY,
Of Peoria.
Capital :.wco,«o •
l'uidup la Cash 300,0C®
tUaria* and Sir* Ultlt* C*drrtcrittra m .
ON MOST FAYORABLETERMS.
Losses Promptly Adjusted and Paid at. ,
thif Agency.
J. AUG. WRIGHT. Agent,
• Ja4-b3ICUIy No. 143 South Water stmt. Chicago.
PHCENIX INSURANCE
JL Compsny, of the City of Chleago, OSce No. 1 111-
sonic 1 em pie, opposite PcsvOfflce.
Actborized CapUal, 000 la and smred, |1T2,5C0.
Dosorcas^—J. F. Aldrich, Joha A. Nlcho e, E. C. Wild
«r,A. Edward|w Hiramß.Smith. .
Ccens L. Nubtii. ueneril Agent; Jon* A. Ntrnorj.
l*rc»i(lcnt;LawMß.Cvx]>Six,C.tj' Sttrrryor, C. Wxu>-
Xt. Secretary.
Cy~Fire,Marne, aad Inland NarlgUion lasunacr.
ja ly
pHOENIX INSURANCE CO.,
HARTFORt), COISTiSr,,
AUGUST Ist, IS3.
CAPITAL STOCK |4oo^oo>o
surplus
Cash on hand and in Bank |6«85.03
i 'uh in the bands of Agents &ndla transit... 37,48331
■leal e»tate uiieacumbrtd. fijoOJjO
of ml estate aseacM. 57,10100
IxAwaaj'yMcureJ by pledge ofstocks, bonds, Ac.
«tW.«'C.OO
ParVaL Ml V.
MsharcsU.S.TnutCo'i.stock.NewYork. tsjftu SS.TM
i3Q N Am'n Ex. Bunk Stodc, . ** ai,oo SO.COO
f) M Mttroporn " 20,000 21^W
M . Bank cf Commerce ** Su,t>» tauo
130 " continental •* ]3,000 lajio
SO " , Slerchants' Ezchaaee " IOjQuO 10,000
»<23 M Mechanics' . .** 1n.700 15,183
500 »♦ Puanl* 44 10,000 lUO
100 " Ocean •• 6.000 *JtO
W0 ** Farmers 4 Mechanics, Hartfil, Ct. MiLov
too ** PhOßilx •* SO,OU> 20,400
i>X) ** Merch'u A Manufe'rs ** SljX>o
JrtO M J£.to* •* 13.(00 SI.SiO
*S ** S*y ** •
150 •* Mercantile M 13,»j0 13,i;0
HO " State M 11.000 l#^W
1 " Hartford M 2^oo
tO ■" Cocu. River ** sioo »3iO
10 44 Hanford County •* £OO to)
! 100 '• Citlzena' Waiertury, Ct. 10Jul 10&0
S3 " Waterbury - I,'aO 1,»93
! 4 " hufford Stafford. Ct. 400 415
100 " HolyokeWa'rPow'r.Holy'e.Msis, 10,000 10423
20 '• New Britain Water bonds, . 10,000 10,0.0
10 " Col. Peq.Alad.lt. H. bonds, 1„0U) 7JOO
Accumulated Interest on loans 790.00
sit:,7li3«
lUBOITRS.
Itosses reported,tmadjwteil, and not d0e..„|J3,736,tt
' H. Kruoco, See. S. L.' LOOMIS, Prat.
lIUBIIAIID & HUNT, Agent*.
No. 1 Loomls* Bulliling, comer of Clark and Water iireets,
CHICAGO.
Applications for lnsurai.ee, orthe renewal of Policies, and
all budiuesj eoanected with the oOcc, may be made to u»,
duly nppulntrd Agents f.-r the City of Chicago, with full
' powrrto rettfire pro(>onl4 and b«ue Polici«st. <>u as farura*
tie tejtas as other Companies, a>-d Its aim will be
to secure the confidence of the public by aa nonorahle
course of de^lln<.
M. MAQILL, General Agent, 31 &S3 West Third Street, <
(Tlacinnatti O: to whom all application for Agencies, la the
tVe«iwi orbouth Western, Sutesmay beadilrta<6d.
aolMm
! \TEW ENGLAND FIRE AND
: X.l Maaiss isscaascx Coveaar,
OP BJttTFOUDy COJWS'IieTICUT.
Assets July 1, ISM «0,231 £3
Insurance Against Loss lay Fire.
IIITBBARD ± HUNT, Agents Chicago,
5 JyH-lr-d7S3 Cor. Clark and &outh WaUrtrrcct/.
T\IVIDEND ON FIRE INSUR
XJ ANCE.
Agency Cottlnental Yurk.)
** No. s South Clark Chicago, Ju'r It, ISW.)
Customers of this Company are he>ei»* noUied taata Dlv
'• ldcnd nf Fifty (TO) pez ccct.m tbe earned premium has
l>e<n this <Uy dedartnl. tcrip for the came will be > eady
for delivery Se;tcmbtr l*u &lx per eeat. interest oa th«
scrip of IS3?and ISM will be PaLi «»u demand.
MASON A Ag*nts.
Weare ls«u'ngPoliclfJoa detlraMe firerUks la theabore
CompMiy and iu other »laJlar Conipaniei at the same rates
charged by Companies of (ultss reaponslbllitr.
jyl9 Sta-dSlfl
OT. L. JUILLEK,
r INSURANCE AGENT.
0 Office No. 150 Soulb Water street.
Phoenix Fire Ins. Co.
1 Capital and Surplus
« $200,00000.
" Conway Fire Ins, Co.,
Capital and Surplus,
"■ $355,3 1 a 00.
Hamvden Fire Ins. Co.
Capital aad Surplus
"> §222,7 6 1 00.
Montauk Fire Ins. Co.
Capital and Surplus,^
8 191,0 o o.
Lorillard Five Ins. Co.
Capital aad Surplus,
or $ 204,3 S 1 TO.
Manhattan Life Ins. Co.
Capital and Surplus,
s $ 700,000 00.
} T. L. MILLER* Agent.
ItlMy -
AVESTERN WORLD INSUR-
T T ANCE AND Tr.UST COMPANY.
PAID L\ CAPITAL $250,000.
0. Offie* 142 omd 144 Sowth Wattr
Sirtti 9 llllnol*.
Fire, Marine, and inland Narlgatloa Insurance.
ooabo or rraxcToas:
rs O. Kenda!!, Geo. 11. Hazrl'oa. Ami! Benedict, L. S
Church,!;»»•. H. Al.toU, GE3.11. H A7.ULTON, Pres.
ALFRED EDWARDS, CHAS. H.
j apSJ-ly-ajTl Seaetary. Trtasurer.
' CTEPHENSON INSURANCE
"O COMPANY
« F R E E_P OUT.
Capital ~ 4223,442
Cash 1iaUnc^.....:....:.* 11,717
~> Aiaoaal of rropertv Itmtred 4,29A.M!M>
M vf Policies L*u0d.....................7,U36
THIS OLD UO3IE COJIPA.YY
Continues to insure the safer classes of.property against lons
_ as low Jatesuanyotherrespoaslble
company.
A sacccufdl business of oTer six yean has mfljeientlr
rnlfled Us pnsdrnt andjadlclous management, end afforded
iS numerous tests of itssoucdneis and Arength
l(elnf a mutual a* we;! as a stock company. IT HAS
NEVIZfr MADE AN ASSESSMENT UPON ITS THE*
MIUM NOTEs;
pr Policies lsstud on elthertlu Stock cr Mutual plan.
Qk- * qrrioxsa,
s PR.CHANCELLOR MARTIN. President.
*** HENRY H. TAYLOR Vice Pmident.
sf* JOHN A. CLARK Trea»u<er.
,°C LOYAL L. MUNN feeeretary.
1 I'oliaes Luneti. and I-*** honorably 4 d]ujt<daa3 proan-i
--_
No. 5 Dole's liullulng.
Comer of Scnth Vfa.\tr and Chicaro;
Jacob Kxrr.CUy Sunreror. auj^eoSl#
JB T N" A
L\SIRAi\CE COMPANY
F;> . HASTTOBS, CONTf.
lh. Incorporated 1819 -• - Chuter P<rpelnaL
C«/i sKry/M.>s2]o30 } '123.80
Fire and Inland Navigation Risks
TAKEN AT LIBERAL TERMS AND RATES,
"hi. Especial attenUon cirento Icsurarceof DwelCsgs and
a ConientsforurmscfcnetofiTcyeari.
ASSETS JULY 1, 1850.
fc. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL #l/00,000 00
PAID UP CAPITAL,.., I.OCO.QJO 00
ASSETS..- 2,(C0,423 80
, _ "7~* « ParTaL Mk'tYaL
Ban Stocw—ln New York, Hart* - •
ftxo. Boetcv,St.LouLketc ....1339,40000 5513.U400
~ Uszrxn&raTES&TocKandTaaAsc*
aTNor»s tOTwOOCO 21W26 »
Star* Stocx*—ln New York.ohto,
our Kentucky, Tennessee and Mia*
tm eourt. 170,000 00 1&3.Q30 00
Czrr Stocks—Hartford. Roehesuc
Brooklyn, Jemy City. 113,000 OO US.CVO 00
Ran. Hoao brocsj—Uirt/ord A
New Hares, Boston A Worces
ter. aad Coaaectlcat Klrer 83,700 00 ~ CO
! . Mcxroasa bosoe
'« lint. im^wnnh^njl-.,,, , 7U.IM 7j
0 « MtecxiLaxiors Iteks 25,343 77
y caahoa aaadaad deposited on call
S aad In Agent's hands IS
[J- - •• #2,030,423 SO
LIABILITIES
Claq»—unadjustedand not dtze....... #53,242 09
v Appllca:loastee>lved.and Polkleslasued or renewed by
"• any of Its duly aathortxed Agents.- Lowe»eqa.tahfrsdJ\Jt*
edand paid in fends current st any of the Banks In Il
linois.
Agents appelated, roppUer famished, and all bcslness
perttlnlng to a general maemslon tn the State or I'll sols
• DrosDtly attended toby • WIL B. PATCH,
Siate Agent, bprlar field. IlilncU.
1. ' HUBBARD A HLTS*T,Ag»sntsft'rCalc*g«.
jylj_ly . No. 1 Loomls* Bloek. »jr.S. Water A Clark rt
CHICAGO FIREMEN'S
INSURANCE COMPANY,
OFFICES. W. COR. LAZEani CLA-RKtit.
(UP STAIRS.)
laa CAPITAL ------- 9200,000.
DIRECTORS:
'• Thomas Church. B.W.RaTmend, Geo. W. Dole,
» E. lb J- K. BJtsford, Orrington Laat,
~ C.B. Harwell, W. M. Larrabee, J. T. Edwards,
al, C. N. HOLD EN", JOS.E, BBOWN, Surrtyor.
t, atfTßSag2S-ly
BLATCIIFORD'SLEAD ]
WORK3.—'Tbasubeeribtr has erected a temporary
building upon his premises lately bussed ovsr, atd & aow
recalling a full stock of q
lead Pipe and Sheet Lead, j<
1]
Shot, White Lead, *
Red Lead, and
Ljlharce.
©r which solicits the orders of his frknds 8
tad customers u heretofore.
S. W. *
9
Corner of.Cllrtoa and Faltonstrects, We*t Side.
QAS PIPE AND FIXTURES.
Bro-wn & "Wilder, j
47 A: 49 State street, Up Stairs, j
CORNELIUS 4 BAKER'S. PHILADELPHIA, ,
Gas Fixtures.
The richest assortment la the city, comprUlng aB Lai*
Patterns.
Pipe 40 per cent discount from list prices. Fitting SO
cents per pound. tels-ly*fr*7
J> D. McFAELASE'S
Gas, Steam Fitting
-AND—
PLUMBING ESTABLISHMENT,
3I....LASALLE STREET, CHICAGO...M
—nixix* ct—
Gas Fixtures and Iron Furaitoro,
PRACTICAL PLOIBKK
Ant! Manulacturer of
ALL KINDS OF STEA3I WOBK.
TO THE~TRADE.
The trade supplier! with tool# and every asticle In the Gas
Steam Fitting and Plumbing Basioess. B*tiiUUce and
Broniia* dene to order.
tf~ Manufactory 1{; aad IC9 East Washington
l-Ufcigerators, liattges, sc.
"TIRAPER'S PATENT SELF*
XJ CLEANING
WATER FILTER.
This lathe thlDjtosttach to thenrJnmL to take the im
purttitsoutof Lie water, f..r Drinking, Cooking anil Wash*
isu.
It Leeds only to be tried to show Its great value,
rca sati at
It. D. Gas-Fitting letaLEihment, No. W
Lasalle itrcrt;
And by Uie •abecilber. Acealfor Proprietors.
auitailMy IKA BOWER.
HOM A S GEORGE.
201 ... Loko Street . . • 201
DEALER IX STOVES, RAKGES,
Furnaces, Registers, Ventilators and House Furnishing
Goodsgeneially.
THE inon.MNG STAR,
Cooking Binge an! "Hater Baek Stove. This la a Terr de
sirable article where people rnit a good Baker and WaUr
Heater at the same tune. Is for sale at 201 Late arret.
The Colebratad Cook Stova
NEW WORLD,
For sale Lake street, with several other dwirahle
JrflttfT"*
TIS PIPES, REGISTERS, AC,
Preparatory to potting la Warn Air Furnaces dope at
short notice, and la a workman Ilk* manner, at 9)1 Lake
street. aui
|-| W. LANDRETH, Dealer in
house rußNismNo goods,
CooU&gand Parlor Stores. Builders' Hardware, Sails, Bird
Cages, Water Coolers, etc.
NO. 510 STATE STREET, Chlcajro, HL
JeSMy-dm
r rORREY'S NEW 4, MINUTE
X. lee Cream Frtuts. • So. 210 State street, H. W.
[ LANDRETH. Je»-ly
; A RTIIUR'S SELF-SEALING
JTJL Caas and Jan. -
JeSMy H. W. LANDRETH. 310 State street.
transportation.
CTEAM TO IRELAND, EXG
KO kind, and Scotland for#>o.
I TUE ATLANTIC
KOYAL MAIL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANIES
New York and Galway Line.
The staunch and powerful Iron Steamer
CIRCASSIAN,
CAPT. CAMPBELL. '
Will sail from New York, on Thursdjy, Oct. 12th, touch*
I Joe at St. Jolm's,N. F.. to receive tbe Koyal Jlaiis.
raicxs or I'a»«acx hirst Cla*» •>!; Second Class #75
Third Cla-s #3O, Including fro* tickets 10 the crlacipal cities
In tae main lines of railway la Gmt Britain aad Ireland
Third class n»UJi pruvlot plate, knife, fork, water cut and
i beddlsc.
I first Cabin passage to St. J«hn« $53
For passage tickets, either 10 or from toy part of 6mt
llrltaln,ur rorthcrinfcnnatlon. apply at (be office cf the
AMEKIUAS; KXPKESS
seloa33l-3a su Dearbotn street.
TUE WESTERN TRANSPORT-
I JL ATI'JN COMI'A.NV.
■ 1859 1859
mCOHPOBATDD ISSS.
Capital 9800,000*
JNO ALLEN. President, R. A. Secrelarr.
SAM. UoKQ.VN, Vice Prest. E. L. PFKSMAN, Treas,
llsrlng completed Its •mosemrnU for the ensalnfsea
I soc-4bucotcpuuy will be prepared nnthe opening or nar-
with uocurpasced ladlltla. buthoalake«acdcancl
In transport merchatidise. rallmad Iron, aad other property,
to and from ftew York, Phlladtitihla. Boston, AlMay,
Tror.aad lotennedlate places, and porta on Lake* Erie,
Michigan soil Unroa, Lf the flodson Hirer aad Erie
Canaiailow rates.
. The work ot the Eric Canal Enlargement Is now ad*
" vaaced so near to completion the company fj*l wmmated In
to Its cuitosen inch lafresuvd promptness
and aispatd) Vetweea A'ew lork and BuffiZo, aa to eom
taand tutlsfactlon.
A Hue of flnrt class Screw Steamer* will run rexolarly
between Chicago and i
Ins the entnlnx >e®»oa: aad the undmlnea Is prepared to :
nuke contrieta for np and down freight by tHeam aad i
Can*!, or Steam on Lake and iUil to aad from Batfalo, at I
tsc lavest ruUnf rates. I
Thli corapaHy ruaan Extressorerthelfew York Central '
Rallroadaad fcieam on Lace, thereby lasnnac to their eua- I
tomers the choice of routes too and from Kew i ork and the
Wast.
l . aa Km:
Allen, Centra* 1 C<ntlea' Slip, 5. T.
AajputasVolacn, *"
James 11. WUxns, 9 Astof iioose Bolldlne.' New York.
S.O. Chase, 113 Pier, Aiuaar.
do 19lUlrersti«ef.*l l0 T.
J.M. Wilder. Ajrent. tiatestreet, Batlcn.
i |.Lorec2o Hunter, 5 Swecnle*tr»ti,Tonaw»oJa.
• H*. F. Unrd. Mil. St Ml«*.
J. 1m Hard A Co, Hurd's Dock, Detroit.
Joa. W, Tattle,
aelas74 3n Agent, foot tt State street. Chicago.
- A 3IERICAX TRAXSPORTA
-7 -tJL TION COMPANY.—Tacorpo rated -L
undwthelawsof the&tateofNew Yopc.
CASH CAPITAL, "T. . «900,000.
JOHN L. KDfBERLT, PreMdent.
rr FRASKLIN LKE. Vice Ptcrideat.
J ABIES C. EVANS, Sec*y and Trtasurer.
On theopealnx of narlfatlon. this Company will be pre*
pared t? transport Property. Mercbandlxe, etc- from New
a York, Boflton,Albany,aadTroTtoaay ofthe Westernc3t
-9 le*. Also. Moor, ProThlcns, Produte, 't:.. f t -om aay cf
the Lake Porta to Tide Water, with as great care and dls
pa'ch,aadataslowmesa9by other trspon-ibleline,
__ a»thesaffleilDealvinzthn)u«h bills of Udioxfcr all prop*
rp erty wheadtsixed. This Companyhareallce of
BIGHT STAUNCH PROfRT.T.BHS
Toptr betwera Bo£doacd Chleaso, touching en roote at
Cheboygan, Milwaukee, Kac*a«, Kenosha, anu Waokegaa,
Having at warahooseaccomstv
dations for the rccepHoo, ss*ortlng and shipping of all arti*
A desentruftedtn thtlrcare, wfajeh vlll be anderthedireo
-5 ties of tbeir Agent, who will give hlspmonal attcatioa
7 to the fulfilment of contracts, tfaiiu aad
» '
6 Aaoiir Cfcmpaa? ha 7« a lar/e line of
CANAL BOATS ON THE ERIE CANAL,
aad are about to establish a lire of Steam Canal Boats also
** we feel warranted In representing toouraomercoa custom
to <n that they caa rely u;oa •
lr GREATKR DISPATCH AND AT LESS BATES
ed than has heretofore been glvea. We, therefore, ask tha
public to continue the patrvnage co Uherady beiVjwtd upoa
>S us daring the pant four years.
E* Cfflc*« anii
tad Madison streets, Chicago, ill.
jatte»»»m CIIAS. E. CITASK. Ayent.
£ iteatijer ana jfinUtnQs,
?
F?o. 52 Labe Street No, 52
!_ MaaafacUireisaadDealersla
S .11* 1* Z, JE S,
if Saddlerv Hardware
nonSE BLANKETS,
lL Carriage Trimmings,
o LEATHER,
SHOE FINDINGS. P.UBUEK AND LEATHER DELT
INO, LACE LEATIUR, AC, AC.
s *
LEATHER!!
.We bare aow la stare, aad dally coming forward par Fa*
00 stock of
00 Oak and Hemlock Sole Leather,
60 Oak and Hemloelt Upper.
L French and Domestic Klp»
w French and J>omestle CalC,
M Waterproor Kip, Call & Upper,
Splits, Cordovan, Baff Upper, &e,,&e
00 Also, the largest assortment af
u Bit and Shoe Findings,
to bi »ocs» ts Tni crrr,
M And at prices that win ensure (Atlafict.cs. Orden bw
CO the country carefcliy and prcmp'Jy attended to.
~ HARDENBERG A "WILLIAMS, •
5 ijviiltsts' Caris.
$ jgpg*. DKS. BAKER & BUSH
"®IH'j )cllta | Surgeons.
»U CHICAGO, ILL.
«*»-, Car. C lark aad Vadlsea streeL—Post Cfice EexSSM
BTS-ly-163
£ tKXSi* W. H. KENNICOTT,
S pkntist.
Assisted "by Dr. John \Thlte.
'J* eIS-ly I*l LAKE STREET.
>. <Cga E. A. BOGUE, Dentist.
OSes, No. 11l Laka street, oppotfU J. S
eed Jt Oo.'a. - de>-ly
? <|Caa W. W. ALLPOBT
DrsnsT.
tr, Oflcetad RfVdeace,No.a WashlrgtsaiUfl.
oe^HT
i\atltcai>g. - ■ •
"VfICHIGAN' SOUIHERX AND :
ItX LACE SHORE RAILr.OAD. Seasoll Arrange
ment, 19AJ. takes effect on and after April 3d.
owt Through Route to N« w Y ark, lVis'eii, Philadelphia. .
Waahlngtroi, Springfield, Worvtstar, l'ortlawl, ,
Qashec; Dctroi'. Sii«"-eL<L:n bridge. Niaeara Fails, Boffl* a
10, Ihiakrt, Albany. Rt tUnd, Manila!, TolrCo, CUro- d
lasd. 11a»Siu*h. iiarrlsbonh, WheaUag. Syracuse, Trov, t
Ijamngtm, sail all Ujs pol'fi La Pcansjtivaala, New York, ti
and tic N«w States. j
<j:tW am, Mali ud ria old Michigan Lis#. 1
doily. Sundays exsptsd, reaching Tolmto U 4:45
pm, TonooUag H Adrian with the train reaching ,
DflUtit at 7:li pm, connecting with trains oo 1
Unat Western B. It. Lint.
fcOO act. New York Expna» (dally except cunday.) vlo ,
Cohen Air Llns, Toiadu at pni, aad
Detroit dlnci at 7:U in time to cocmct vim
trains on Unat Western Railroad Eaetwanl, and .
all pulsts interior In Canada. .
8:04 en. N«rr York and Boston Express, (daily. Saturday*
y4o ftM Xn.
H S.-0D am. u>2 IVtmli U:XL oraaectlsg with 1
7:Sopn»tndaonGrcntWutii«RJU . . .
Conncttlta made at Clyde and Moaroevllle for all points
Interior to ivwlhera and Middle Ohio. Direct euniwctlou 1
at Cievtlaul with trains for Pittsburgh. PUiWulpWa,
and HaitioKTO. making a« <mlek time w any otter ktj*.
PATEN r SLEiTLN'r, CAltrt accom
pany alt nlcht'rains on thu rente to New York and Boston.
Ail trains for somnier are newly fitted with Vectlhiicn
and Dtaitrs.
STEAMER Clfy"OP BUFFALO,
A. D. rmm, Commander.
WESTERN METROPOIKV. T. Pxas*. Commander,
Pwm aa Evening Line between Clarelaad aid touflWo.
* Una of the above magnificent boats will leave the C. C,
and C? Railroad bock, Cleveland, evury evening f*M>day»
eiArf tori). at 3 o'clock, oo th* arrival of fhotmn* fi<>m
tie butith «• d Wot making a tore connection at llxtimo,
»lrh tiie (unrnlc* tnl • on the Xtvt Y'ork Ocntxsl » ,, <t
IM&o. New Jots and Erte RaUnad,'or Macara KaJls
Kocii«rr, bpciMe, Home. Uttca, Albany. CorrJntf, Bnil»
n. v><w<*o, J»c* YitkandUoetem.
it U tL«Jeato »peakei»boaCelyof the abov* bo*t*. b«-
already well kiu>wn ui tIM tnveilrf public as la all re*
epecte tlm d3*\comioo<lioae ana »afa.*
Thus n-tidfrin* a rammer trip lo New York or any point
rut of 13u£»lo, tie must danrable at any that eoold t«
plannoU
Tlckcu can b6 Ltd at all Ticket offices la the West, and
at the Cuauuv'tofflM tinder uho Berae llovm. coner of
lUttlolph and i>eart>ora atreeu, and at the depot.
O U. tiKAY.UcnenlWMteni Acent.
Joes D. CAnraxu. Gen, sopt. jelft.
IVIICinGAN CENTiIAL AND
JjX GREAT "WESTERN (C A3f AD A) y RAILWAY.
sammer ARUsement.
Tnin> leaT* the Great Cestnl Depot, foot of Lake street,
Chicago r .
nft at l)e ro)t (hSXmi.
I0:a am—ClndnnaU Suodayi)—arrinat
IndanapolU 4:40 pat; Cincinnati at »:#> pm,
3:00 am—LUhtulnx Expreae—(excepr 9andaya>—«rrtreat
Detruli (Ju pm; as pension Bridge, or UoAIo,
4UX)am; Alnaajr pm, New York *,uo pm.
Bo*ton
M 0 pm—Ne« York u>d D<wt<m Erprw—(Sattmlays cx
cctteJ:—arrlre at l>etro(t 7:15 am. thupeudaa
Bridie or Buffalo <2O pm, Alhaay 4:40 am, New
York boUonliloptiL. *
MU pm-tilndnnatl and LoobruSa Ezpreas—<exeept Sat*
tuviiy)—arrive at IndianspolU at 4:40 am, Clßrtii*
Ull at 9:40 am, L-'ularl le 4:00 pm.
Only one train on bumlsy at 8:00 pw. Ibe am and
«a» pro miss«<nnwtat Paris wtthlluSkloA Lake llumn
Hollwav for liuUkJo ud &11 po ats £ast; atTo-'onto with
the UniLt Tnuk Kallway to Ktncttua. Ocitaaburgtk Moa>
Ural, Queb«e.and all polnUl&Cauada£ist, Northern Ver
xaotit. New llampahlre ami Maine.
lb*enfe cheeked throiuh.
Through Tlcki-t* for tale at the principal BaUrood offices
In the North and West, and at the Company's offlce. M
Dearborn street, Chleafo, ai the depot, foot of L -ke street.
K. N. KIC& SUDcrtMeadent.
IL J. Sniocre, Geaenl Paasen^trA<m. JeSS
"PITTSBUUGII, FORT WAYNE
X AND CHICAOO RAILROAD.
Now completed and can run from Chicago to Flttsbnrsh
without ehaDfe, connectisf with the great
PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL RAILROAD
To New York, Phl'adelphU. Baltinore and Wiahlcrlon
Oity. and all the Interior towns of Peaasytriaia, New Jer
sey, New York, Maryland. Ac.
Merchants, by tatfng this route, will have the be&c£t of
all the Eastern market at do additional cost.
Bacnce thwtel throogh.
Tnas leave the depot, corner of Canal and Taa Oorea
streets. West Mde.aafollows:
A. SX —Moraine Express, dally (Sundays excepted.)
7:90 F.U_Nihht &pct«ft. dally ( aaumtaye excepted.)
Connecting at Crestline with Cleveland and Lake Shot*
RaUmd toNuUlrk. Uoftdo, Nlanrs Palls. New York and
Boston, and all Inteior towns of Jiew England. vU, New
Y'ork Central and Nrw York and Erie Railroads.
Also, south to Columbus, Zanesvllie. Newark. Moont
Vernon. Suut>envllle, Wheeling, and ln'-ertor townsnf Uhlo
and \lrklnla.
The »&ove tnl as connect at Fomt wtih trains on Mad
River Koad to Sprinjrteld, Urbaaa. Dayton and Cincinnati.
■ Also with tnlnsat Lima tot Dayton and Cincinnati direct.
PARE AS LOW AS ANY OTHER ROUTE.
Passengers bound East will tod tats ruute poth pleasant
and agreeable, piselng through many cf the largest and
Imt citUs In the Un-U-d States.
PdjMnxvrs arriving at Chlcuo. on any of the ma>l& wtu
And attentive check axetls >t the depots, to recdve check*
and convey baggaee frets of chaise to the Pittsburgh and
Chicagocari. a.ecptnz canaccompanfeachtraln.
-nckets for safest all the prtndpu Ticket UlSces In the
West, and at the Company's Ulßce. eorner of Randolph and
Dearborn streets, opposite Ute Revert House, or at the
Depot West Side, comer of Canal and Van Bur en streets,
Chicago.
Be particular to ask far tickets by Port Wayne,
DAN *l. W. BOSS, Genl Agent, Chicago.
JA>. W. ML*N*ON, Frrigbt Agent, Chicago.
J. J. Qocsiur, Uenl FRlgtM AgX Chicago. my<
13ENXSYLVANIA CENTRAL
X RAIL&OAD.
TheCapadtyof this Road is now equal to any lfl the
• Country,
THREE THROUGH PASSEXGER TRAIN'S
BETWEEN PITTSBUROE AND PHILADELPHIA.
Connecting Direct la theUnlonDepotuPlltsbarthwlth
Thrvuih Tnlns frr.m all Wftotern Otlufor Philadelphia.
New Y'urk. Boston, Baltimore and WMhlngton City: thus
MmlahlMfiidtltlesfbrthetraaepottaUan ofp»vengmun>
surpweufor >t>eed and cc-crfortby any other ronte.
Ei pr. uaactrwc Lines run through to Philadelphia with
out c&ange of Cars or Cuoducton.
Smokliu Can are attached to each Train; Woodruff's
Sloeplo*: C«n to Express and Past Trains. The Exdrm
runs caly, Hall and Past Line Sundays excepted. Three
dally trains connect direct for New York. Expreu and
post Llue connect f -r Ualtlmoreand Washington.
Trains en .neet at Plttalmrsh with the S A.M Express.
Arrtve in PhlVlelphlaorßaltimore at 6 AndfuNsw
York at UrlO I'^L
• Trains connect at Pittsburgh with th* 3 PJtf.Fsst Line.
Arxl*e In Philadelphia or Baltimore at 8 A.M. and in New
Yorkat£3t> PiL AtillTralnaicave PitUburxh at # A.3C,
arriving at Philadelphia 11 P.M., Ne«v York A.M.
J*ix daily trdc* betwe«gi Philadelphia and New Yor«:two
dally tKfas between New York a:id Boston. Through
1 t!ckets<allßallJsrego»done.therofthe altovetnlv.
bnatTicktuto Bos:on are good via Norwich, Fall lUver
or Linos.
• TlckrtaEa'twwa may be obtained at any of the Impert
abt liaUnxklOfices in the We»t: also, on board any of the !
rctfuJar line of steamer* on the Mlelsaippi or Ohio riven;
and ticket* Westwardat the offices of the Company in Bos
ton, New York* Bals>more or Philadelphia.
FARE ALWAYS AS LOW AS BY ASY
OTHER ROCTE.
tr Ask for Tickets by
The completion of the Western connections of the renn
sylvania lUllroad to Chicago makes this the
DIRECT LINE BETWEEN TIIE EAST AND THE
GREAT NORTHWIiST.
The connecting of tracts by the Railroad Bridge at Pitts
avoiding ail dnyagc or ferriage or trcight, together
with the saving of time, a>e advantages readUy appraeiated
by shippers of freight aud th«* tnvellingpnUk.
• Panlee shipping Eastward will And it to thdr advantage
to ship by Uiu ri>u?e. *
Fer frvljihtcontric: or shipping directions, apply to or
I addraasdthufofl.it t''lowing Agents of the Company:
ij. A.& ewart.PiUi' !f*.i; Duyic.kCo- tftub< tivllle,o.;
U.S. llcrce ACo..{ii-*tcai. , > <>.; J. J. Jiihnaoo, Rlplev,
, «>.: R. McNetJer. K.y.: tTm»by ± Cnipper. !
i PtiAsmouih. O.; Padilock /t l*o M Ind ;11.
W. Brown A ClnUnnatL v.; Athern A liibi<rt,C*-n>
disnatLO ; R.C. MelJnun. Ma>llsr l n.ln<l.; Wm.B Ljsham,
i Louisville.Kt: P.O.iPUlley A Co.,
I W.Gnham ACo_Cairo, 11L: R. LouU, M..;
John 11. Hanrta, Nashwc, T«nn.; Hanu A Hunt. Men.>
pbis,Tenn.:CUrkeAOo H Chicago, 111.; W. 11. H.Koontr.
r Alton, 111.: Murphy A Wve, Dubuque. luwa: or to Fnlglt
• A**nts of KailroausatdUfercnt points in the West.
) The create* fedltties offered tor the prut ctlon and )>pcedy
I transportation of live stock, and gi«>d aceommodatlomi,
I witbusualprivUegesfurpersonstraveUingtireharge thereo
FREIOHTS WESTWARD.
Byth'sßoute Fnlghtsofalldescrlpt onscan befbrward
, ed (ram Philadelphia, 9ew York. Boston or BalUmorv. to
any point on the ralta*ds of Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, itlL
nets, Wisconsin. lowa cr Mlaourl, by nil direct.
Phe PennsylvanU Railroad also connect* at Pittsburgh
with rtesmentby which goods can b« for warred to any port
on tlie Ulil i, M'lsk'jigraii. Kentucky. Tenntswee. 4.umt*r»
land.lUni.ia. Ml«li^lppUw*l«o^«ln.Mlwourl, Kansas, Ar«
kansu and IU»1 Rlv«rs; and at ClevaUnd, Sanduaky and
Chicago with steamento all ports on the North-Westera
Eakre.
Merchantsand >tdppen entrusting the transportation of
their freight to tlds Cumpany, can reiy with cualMenc* on
kstpuedy transit.
The Ratns of Prelsht to any point la Ihe Wnt by the
Pennsylvania Railroad are at all times as favorable as art
charsal by other Railroad Companies.
IV Be paricuiar U> mark packages **via Penn. IU R.
" ucrtliants la the Weal otdartog <oods fmca the will
do «rcii to direct them to be shipped by this ronte.
I Parties attending to their own shipments from the East
i will And it to their Interest to call oo the Agents of
, Company at the following piUcee before shipp m: or letien
addiwwd to either of them upon the subject of Frelgh,n tvIH
mee* with prompt attention.
E. J. hneaaler. Philadelphia. *
Mdgraw A Koona, 80 North street, Baltimore.
LuKh AO), No.S AsterUoose,orNo.l SoothWTHlam
>. street. New York,
r L*rch A Co.. M Kllby tmt Boston.
1!. II HOCSTON.Gan PrelghtAßntL Philadelphia,
f L.II.HOUPTj Oen'i Tick, t Agent, Puladelphla,
\. TPO-*. A. SCOTT. Gensnl SupU. Altoaa. pa, Jala
' CT. LO¥IS, ALTON AND CHI
kJ CAGO RAILROAD,
' t SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
u Oo and after SUNDAY, May $3,1553,tw0 Expre*Tratos
p dally for
y ST. LOUIS, CAIRO. MEMPHIS, YICKSBURO, AND
a » SEW OhUfla,
KcrHkani Ifissourij Kansas and Xdrmska,
By wsy of the St. LouU, Alt eg and Chicago Air* Line R al
road, eave New IVpot. eofA»W West Van Burca and
• CaaalstieetStgotngSoulh-asfloUowa:
i Trains leave* St. Louis Depot, eor. West Taa Bona tad
Canal sirevu.
a. Express (Sundays ezoemd.)
fiJO a. c^—Night Express, dally (Saturdays excepted.)
a • ' uuvn.
9 Night Express. 743 a.m.
Mml and Expnsa, loct& p. a.
a ounrvmoi.
At Ch'-eagt with all the Great Eastern and Northern Lines.
_ At Johet with Uie Rock Island R. R. west, and the "eut
■ off" eut.
At Peoria Junetloa with the Pecria and Oqoawka R. R.
to PourU, Galeaburgh. Rurilagton, and intermedials sta-
Hof ».
Ai fiiaeadngloa with the Z&aols Central CaOroad North
I tfiiZSonth.
• At Sprt&gfleld with the Great Western (CL) Railroad east
to Decatur, and west to Jacksonville and Nap 1^
At St. Louis with the pacific RailjcfchMWrnrl River
Packets. North Missouri Keokuk. Packets and
and Jo"Seph &a Utad to all points on Missouri
lUvcr. Pike's Peak and thegoid North Missouri,
y n -"■« Nebrask , and with St. Loola. Cairo and New
Origans new line ot steamer* to Cairo, Memphis, Ylckatmrg
New Orleans.
Through Ticket* caa be had at the Company'* Office, No.
49 l>*Ttwn street, oppr>«te Tremont Bonas. Chicago, at
the Depot wwr west Van Buren and Canal streets, and
at theurisdpal railroad ticket offices la the Eastern, Middle
and ft istcn &catee.
fW" Bates of Fan and Freights aune as by aay other
Jotiet and Wilmington Accommodation.
Stepping at intermediate »Utloni—leave Wilmington at
7-IS, and Joliet at
[>. LMve Chlago at3:l3 p. m.; arrive at Jwletat <:i3 and
"■ "• A . D. ABBOTT.Gen Sept.
5. H. Gen. Agent and Ass't supt. myai
! CHICAGO, IOWA AND
\J NEB RASKA RAILROAD.
on aadafter MONDAY. Jane isth, idM, «UU furthet
aotlee, trains wlllrua aa followe:
TRANS WESWARD, TRAINS EASTWARD. '
van. Tun. ua nucr.
Le»veChicag!>......».ooao. Leave OwUr Rapids. 3 J flam
jfrt"" fHht.j,, T , ,i frffprn Arrive atCHntoa....tJoam
ArrivealCeCarßap- Arrive at Chicago .. C.tfipm
>, ids * nsartaacv.
1 jitkT raais. LeavaCedar Rayida.l3 00 m
LeaVeChicago >J» pm Arrive at Clatoa... OJOpa
L*»veCUnt0a.......9,00 am Arrive at Chicago.. J.QO am
Arrive at Cedar Rap*
Conoectlngwith all Through Tralaa foi Chlcagoaadthe
b At Dewttt. with stages tor Daveport aad Maqncketa.
At Yankee Ron. with itagea for Toronto.
At UnLm Grove with stages for Tipton.
• AtLbbunwtthstaeeafor Aaaoosa.
»» Colar Raptds wtth stage* for Maris n, Vteten,
- Catenae,CedarFtila, Wavetty, CWksetUa, OcadCnd,St.
" Charias. Mitchal Port Dodge and Sioux CSty. ToledoTiU.
rtetta, Eldors, NevaSa, Boo&sbora, Homer. Jeffknoa,Ma
With "—»•■ Blackhawk on Cedar River for TlaUa and
7 Witeiko.
L ' Ths eheapert and most expeditious rnte be
tween ctlo*r> and Ceetzml lowa, It being ecly 196 mile*
tram Chletcu to the Mlaaiartppl River, and thence directly
into the Istirtar of lowa.
Tickets fnr sale at the Wells s*reet Depot. Chlcage, IQs.
depot in Pulton, to reeeive
a which will be conveyed
* acrn* tie river free of c&ane.
M.SMITir.Eng. aad Supt.
i J. M. HAM. Gen!, frt. and Ticket Agent. Jy j»y
U RAILROAD.
Onandafter MONDAY. Juiytth. 13iJ, trains will leave
Chicago aa follows, Sundays excepted:
L Prom Wells street EVpOt 9.90 aja.andsJ*».Xi-.and
from Ontral 9.15 ajn. iad. 4JO pxx, for Galena. Dunlsith.
I Jannevllle, St. Paul and intermediate pla.-es. tjDajn.and
»i*)pjn.fer Dixon, Pulton, CoUr llaplds. etc; 4-LOy JS.
* fer DeKalb,Elgta,MsHttry.Geneva, i*ke.ete.
H N" efcaegs at can between Chicago and Dualetth.
hiaeplag can an aighttraiss.
1 &f*r
Hailioajjs.
w£H AN D RAILROAD.
This Road Is now SclshMl fn>m Lakalri* to lake Ot»t«-
rlo. on the lln«> of ths WeLaud C'acal, and fally eduiKvtl
with ItoUlng Stock Elevator* fr.r gr?\n and ornwaient
of the rtutj capable of
doing a Luge buslnesi A lineofsteanienruiln cotinse
tionwdhtne read from Port Dalhcusic, on 1 ""mtailo
to Oewego, Opi-T!*Mr:!u Proaeoti, Mcnim!
Portland aid Quebec, aaa from Port Coißorne, qq La\i
Erle,wtththe .
i\eir Tork Central Railroad Line,
WESTERN TRANSPORTATION COMPANY,
Tha American TrauporUtlon Co.*
AJfD TUB PEOPLE'S Zl.fC or i'SOP£LL£JL",
To and fmm all the rwrti oa Lakes Erie and Wi-MgM, and
also the ikmiliera Railroad, which enatle»tt«
Ajitws of all tbesellacs to make through nUe of freight
all tlinea to o«w<.go. O/dcnsburgb, l'rescott, Boston atd
Monireal at s* low any other line.
A of tlio rutronago of tha busiaess ectona&lty Is "
rrspectlullrAoliclted.
wll.H. MERRET. Ju Dlwlcr.
CYRUS CLARKE,GmeraI Agent/ ~auSt^PMp>
Racine &sb 3iiSsissiPX'i
RAILROAD.
Oa and after Mondjy, SepU Wth. trains will run a*
follow*:
LEAVE RACINE.
At M.MdB:«4P. M, c-unectiog at CTloton with
trai£ionttclh:cigoaiiJ Northwestern Railroad l<-r
Madlaia and Pralne du ('h!en-at Kremoort wtth
train* on the Uliaoia Centnl K, R. ftr the\r»t aad
South—arriTlng at Dunlrlth «:lj IVM. aad C A. M
LEAVE FREEPOUT.
At 10.-05 AJL aad 3:*U P.M., on arriv.ti of trUa* from Dsn •
lelta— conncctl- gatCllnioa wtthtrmlLsoathe Chica- *
5Vm s«M I'M™ ®* ,lwajr ~ arri *' n <»tChl«igoat
Trains leave Chkugo by the Chicago and North Weetera
lUUwayat9:lo A. S3—connecting at Ciinioa with train*
and West, and at d:io connectliig with tnui*
for Dunluth.
iM' Passemrers will be tl:ketcd over this route ihrouah to
all principal po'Bts.
FreUiitfur#a«'dedtoa2po'ntaoa the MlssUalpsl River
alratesaslowssbyanyoiterrouULaad wlihtlio quickest
despatch,
ROBERT HARIUS, Sup'L.
G. A.TII')3iSON,O»nI Miinsfer. srtTyly
HHICAGO & NOUTKWESTN
\J RAILWAY,
[Lite Clilcsgo, St. Paul aad Focddn Lac Railroad.}
CNITKD STATES MAIL AND EXPRESS ROUTE.
Trains UaTe for Jane«ville. Madison, Prairie du Chlaa aLd
fit. Paul, riat'nilriada Chien»
At 9:10 A. U. P. M.
Trains leave for Belolt, Froeport, Doaleiih. Du
bonus aad St. P*al, via Clinton,
At »:I0 A. M. acd S:» T. M.
NO CHANGE OP CARS*
Chletco Station, e»mrr of We*t Water and Klaxie stmts.
auaJy GKO. L. I»fNLAP.^ttpcrinteadent.
TLLINOIS CENT, I^ULROAD.
X J»UMMBR AP.UANO2MENT.
On tad after SUN DA Y. J'»* lith, i>£v. trolnswtJl Iwra
tlietinatCantral Depot. fVr<-t»f l a»« »trt*t, for AlU>i, St.
Lotils, Laiveowurtli, Kau«e City, ?t. Joseph, Cairo,
Memphliw VlcJtslorijti, New Orleans P**ria» Calesbursh.
I«ecsX'ir, rprlugSeld, Tvrro Ilautc, Yl&ceaacvftv«naviUe,
ss followe:
Day Expr»a«ai li Jo a.m.. Sun>L\vs excrpte>t. arrlv'ng
Cairo»t MemphUat
4AOp. m.
Nkbt Express atU.OO p. Salutbys «cvpted,aßiv>
in* ai Peoria at a.m.; (>a l e*tnirgh at lo.U> aja. ;SI
I/niaatUUp4n.;Caln>atß.<.«p. m.
ilankakre Aocotun««latl>n) e.uu p.nu ?<:ndaysex*eptKl
unraturriayaaFaaaa
ger Car will be run oathiatxaiato URBAN A.
Tntlns arrive In CMcagoat 5.15 a.m. and -j.oa p. m,
Kle-antSloepicgCartare run on all night tndne.
Ba«gage checked thnugh to Cairo, at. Lauls, aad SI.
J °* 1 * THROUGH TICKETS
For KieattheCotopeay'sOCceliilhe Gr»atCentnl De
pot, alio at theoffisc of the PlttiiDurgh. Kurt Wayne and
Chicago Hallrnad C<>mpar>v. ornerof Dearborn itnd Ra»
dolph streets, and at the Michigan Ceuind t'flke,
on Ix-arborn >trvet, heiwren tace and Randolph street*
aadat railroad officesNcrth and East.
UYDS PARK AN D WOODLAWN TRAIN*.
Love 6Mmo at 6JO p.ai. Leave Woo>Ua«uat?.lop.m
•• " 9.C0 sjb* " •• >.40 p.nt
** '* 12J3wnooo, " M U»p.ta
•• •• U»p.m. *• - euopm
M - ».00pjtt. % ♦» 0.40p ru
Fare li> cents each way.
Oommutatioa tickets at reduced rales, rood for Uu#«
montha,caa be obtained by applying at Ihe office of the
General Passetiger Agent la the orrat Central Depot.
W. h. ARTHUR. Supertateadeat.
W. S. JOHNSON. Pen. Passenger Agmt. JalOy
pUXCAGO, BUItLINGTON &
VJ QUINCY RAILROAD.
Oa aid after MONDAY, Au*a4 fl, lfi&9. Paisenger train
will run from Chicago aa fblinwi:
3JO A. M, Sundays excepied, for Biullagtoa and Qulncy.
7.40 p. M« Saturuays excepted, " N "
iU P. M., Sundays excepted. ior Aurora.
&AUUZX. Powxu, General Ticket .tg ut.
u. c. iummond.
anS Q»nenl Sup-rtnteaden>.
pinCAGO & ROOK ISLAND,
KJ PEORIA A BUREAU VALLEY,
AND MISSISSIPPI A RAILROADS.
Oaaad after SUNDAY, April 17th. l'aasengrr Train
wlUleave Cnlesg«>a>r»llow»:
Sundays excepted, for JolKt, Ottawa, Lasai
Peoria. Rock LJaaitand Davenport.
9.00 excepted, for Jollet, L&aalle. penr
Rock lauod. Davenport, luwa City, Muscat
jiiii Washington.
S.IO p.m_ aus days excepted, for Jnllet,
JOHN P. TRACY,Superintendent.
W. L. St. Johs. General Ticket A«ent. Jy97
pIIICAGO AND MILWAUKEE
\J RAILROAD,
Trains Air Milwaukee leave daily. Sundays excepUd:
At 9.U) a. uu. stopping at all stations.
AtS.l Ap ixwstoppmgat principal stations.
ConnetUj« at Milwaukee wtth Lacroeseaed MTlwaake*
Rallniad. lortuing the only all railroad Una to
andiho shortest and quickest route to St. Paul and lha
Northwest.
Waukeian xt s.ts P.M.
Jvl M L.&YKES,JIt^Supt.
pIIICAGO, CLEVELAND AND
\J PITTSBURGH,Short Railroad Line.
FARE REDUCED,
ONLY ux HOUR* FROM CHICAGO TO PITTS
BURGH.
Andln direct connection with thePearurilvaalaßß. S3
hou» to Philadelphia. 38 boots to New York.
On aad alter A)>rii 11. V*)-train* will leave Chicago ftem
the Depot of the Southern Ral'lvad, aafT.Uowa:
IAS aju.—Arrived at T«!eil«, &.m. t'levelmd 9JO pm.
Iltt»hur*li,; tA p. oi., Phlliulelphia, iXO p. m..
N«w Yoni,».n«»;'. m.
SUM p. m.—Arrive* at T.dMo. VOOa. in- Cleve'and, 9 a
a.m., Pitt.tVunh. l.tX) d. m- Phlladeltihia.7jni
a.m M New York, 12JW
ThlseoßtiauousrallUnel* 11 ml!t* shorter than the New
Yo*k Central route, enabling ttaiiis to makti the above
schedule of time and eonn«*tlous pn'tnpOy and with coin*
&>rt and rafttv to rnwengers. All night tralca
Chicago and Philadelphia, are provided with sp'et.did alec*»-
Ingcan.
Baggage cheeked through from Chicago to Pittsburgh.
HalUirore, Philadelpbltaad New York, and
no chamfer haauling.
AakforUt-kctsbyiTlrvelaxulacdPltuburgh. The fare by
this Uae will be a* low mby a;iy mher rou'e.
i Thrnugh tickets can bo procured at the office of the Mlc! V
ria Southern RidiMtd, imdor tii.- Revere Uoa>e and U>*
Dep"t,comtrof Sheriranand Van Harm «treeU,Chicago;
also at all the crinclt<al ttcki-t offices ta the WtaJ.
w. if, LM.-AN l». tirii'l Cleveland.
G*o. M. Ga*T. TunT l'a«. .\*tont. ch c<«g«». m>-31-t^ll(ta
IClijoUsale Rouses.
1859 KOOTS ANI) SHOES.—
•JlUler *V Xfreurjt,
M - - LAKE iiTRKET. - - S4
W« have received, ard have aow in store, a large and we/
( selected stack of
' Boots, Shoes & Eabbers,
* Which we are off-alngto the
FALL TRADE AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICE*
i CauntryMerehicuarclnvlted tog've u'a a call, as we
shall uffer neat harK kir.s to lVunpt ami < a.\h Cus
tomers. Ourae»i>rtmentUai©'mp.eteaadwillbe sold for
I as low prices as by aay
1 JOBBISG HOrSE U SEWJOUK OR BOSIOI*.
[ Dealers will consult their own latereot by eTimlalng our
goods before purchasing elsewhere. Weareageais for
> Mitcheli'i C.pper Tipped Boots trd Shoes,
1 Of which we shall ha va a luge stnek roasLuttir oa haad.
MILLER A HAOWN.
I so9os3M4m Ot Laksstreet.~
t TOHX 11. IVEBER & CO.,
1 fJ miwh ud vaiuuui asxixaa q .
1 HatSj Caps, Pars and Umbrella^
k NO. 2$ CHICAGO.
Htve now oa haad, and an receiving a full and mor« com
pete aMortmeat of th« a*'cve goods than were *vtr brought
to this markeL embracing every variety aad style, alt of
which an adapted to the waais of the
"Western Trade.
" [MSWMmI .
THS LUC EST STOCK IX TUE SOKMWIST
-° r ~
, SADDLERY HARDWARE!
Duneut Bridle* .Patent 4cEnameled
: LEATHER
> Carriage Trimmings!
SPKI.-VC3, AXLKS,
HUBS, SPOKES, FELLOES, WHIM, LASHES, AO
roa sals low. *r
u
* Hayden, Kay & Co.,
" 238 - - BIiNDOLPII STB££T"-231
k lsa&>a»l3-3ml
J SADDLERY.
! TURNER & SIDWAY,
20S BI.IDOIPH SXBEKT, ,
t MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS Cf
* SADDLES,
r BRIDLES,
HORSE COLLARS,
1 TBVNBL
l WHIPS*
HORSE BLANKETS,
4 GIG SADDLES,
I PAD noCSINCS,
FRONTS, HAND REINS,
ORDERS FROM THE COUNTRY PROMPTLY
FILLED AT THE LOWEST RATE*. seVto-«3U
, JgOCKEE, PHILLIPS & CO.,
5 WHOLESALE DRCGGISTS,
No. S3 South Water street,
i orm roiuLi n thx mvbt vixtrr nion
i SOOO GaU. tlnfeed OU.
SCXO ** Winter Bleached Whale Oil. .
CO Bhls M Alcohol
l 40 ** Caroptine—Fre^h.
5J " Spts.Turpeniine.
SO Tons V> hit* LewC la Uil
-9i BbU Taaner*' OU.
50 " Machinery OU.
Together with a Aiil a.-uortment of Drugr, Meci2da«s. Ccl
( on, Varnlahes. au9
: rJgZgL- WELCH'S EASTERX
I Corriag- Repository. 52 and W Fraoklla
»t-e<-t. (between Lake aad Randolph,;
ill. Keep* constantly oa hand
agoodaetortaenttf new and letond-hand Cartiagea of all
' styles. Carriages stored, eriOldoncommL'wion
' lyg-lv-d »c F. W WELCH.
, ~ SIIELTON % TUTI'LE &
1 SOB? __Co's r.wHfty Carriage Htrosi
■ 11 TOtil, at American Trumportalion Comoaay'j
Market Kat,
A goodasßorutcntof Concords,
Top aad Open Baggies, Sulkies, *Arscas, At, Ac. corw
ttanily aa hand.
angi-im-dia H. B. gILL, Agnl.
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l - SCALES,
FUrbaiikS ft Greealoat

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