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Medical Notice.—r. E. Kead
jcf, who ba* btei. eug*(«(l In the trea**cnt of CjE»un;>;lon V_"
and other chronic diseases In this dty for f«->ur ytn put,
bu returned from New York, aid is now at Lis rooms In j^vecs
Mkttbews'Block, corwof 6taU and Washington KrtsU. wrtui
Boom No. J, where be may be consulted unttl ib« lit of 1
December, when be will lea*e for the Broth to regain dur* IJ
laj ttewlnter. DuringhliaSsence.patlentswUt'epromptly •
sueadel to by hli partner, A. J. Mead, who will remain SOLIIT
permanently in Chicago. Tbe Doctor's tmUnect Is ao
kaowUdpd to be eminently successful, and h« will take Oflce
pleasare la explaining It to all who call on him, Oflce t.ollyaj
hocrafromgo'-df**, A-M-totP.M- nol-aSOIIm
E2TFact Xumber One.—That Chris- «J |U at
Udoro's Exod-Jor Dye has recently b«a analj»d by Waahkni
Dr.CblUon .the flrst Chemist In Anenca. He pronounces tatajow
theDyeofc«f*i#fyA<trw/<wtoUieHasrandSUo, — : —
FACT XUMBEB TWO. T
The Eicr'.s'or Dye U lorfantancous In Its effect*; produce! Ij ,
the I Jon ileal color, whtca U Indistinguishable rora that of
nature; and actuilly strengtkinaandln*l*orat*s the hair.
Thl» Uct 1» ecablished by competent affidavit!. jt- n
FACT NUMBER THREE.
The sales of the Dye bave Increased two hundred percent. Jvl)
it one year, acd every iwpeclable dni«ijt and hair dreuor I_J
and* It necessary to keep it a* a standard article. Sold ere- 9
rywherc, and applied by all Hair Dressers, Cristadoro, Nearthf
NV,6Aftor llou*. New York. ocWimdlw . .
ESTXloffat's Life Pills and Phaiiix tL«
I'.jiuirm, by luereajJtty tii* Qaantlty of every Collec
p«1 of tbesystcm,enable fcttaretomikslncrediljU'effort*
fertile expulsion of disease before distraction !<• .'act*oo
iftrc. ll la thus that la a very abort spaceoftlme they
cure cold*, coughs, rbenmulnn, (Utslrncc, p.ins In the A
Ctauach, chollc, anl n»rrous disorders In aQ tbelr fon r f, A
Hut tbelt fCpori'ir excellence U ;n affcctl-iu of the atomarb, c, i;
In female complaint*, and thf sufferings of cifccbledyouth. uJUJim.
Kor alt t.)* Dr. W. B. MOFFAT, Proprietor, 535 Broad- r^rjr
way, New York, and by all dra«ls:s. o=3CaSm A
C3f~ Those who arc Curious to uit
n«a« the w.uilcrfol perfect .on to which A. Obiwaldt (late Mrl'lS
manager at lUtchclor'a, N. Y.) has brought the inanutac- «v<ry M
ton" of Wigs and Toupe«-s are Invited to vW'thls Wig and Heftr
Hair D)ln£ at No. 100 Lake flre<-t, and examine '
tboc txirious jtroJuctiooe of ait. Ko scrutin)- can detect ~w~
tbe artiflc'.al from tbe uaiur.il when aljuslud U> the brad. _ J
dfVly
ZW Notice. —The undersigned, :yoTi
>t<yfelioldrr* In tbe Mercbant'a Uank of Mac sr. Grnrxla A
awliy tbepravM'mSAf lta.Ciiartcr, madejx-rj'-'tuilly llalilc XJL«
f.-r lta The tin'p* of tLls Hank mlI be taken by us
Uuoitne tertus as Kentucky, lualana un-f
OLio. 11. A. TL-CKEB & CO. a Allrr
2W 13r. Scelyc's Liquid Catarili lie- f:' n - A t l :j
WarrouUd tn be a *-itrv and ]>«.'rnunvtit cure Inr Cu- uurtb I
tir-h. (JSlce Room, 11 Mereli i-l'» Ex;bacce.fomiT of Lake Hugbti
«Dd Wcll« »trect. A circula*. with full parlirulan of dis
ca»*. etc„ will b:«eotto any nldror* uj>na the re.elj tof a I -w
--pf nnyj>ostace rtamp. myfl-d or Cm •
1 Are noi
jptanoncrg Set.
JONES, PERDUE & SMALL, Qli
wuoLtsaLC axe KSTan.x>cat.c£S IK "hliiWi
STATIONERY
A*D i
BLANE BOOKS, T l .
mutual
•n-EKEI CUc
Awarded the I*l Preiiiiain l tlllUrd
fort-, b;
T)
BEST BLANK BOOKS 4^"
of Ma;
and alt
OF THEIR OWN MANUFACTURE *>«««»
Tbe
AT Till LA.T* by mu
tTNITED STATUS TAIO. Cl ' c
Tl»e
NO. 122 LAKE STIIEET SO. 122 "cid*
DA.INGERSOLL, JJ
• UI.kMK lioOK XUKfrA<TCI«E. §*]
IJOOK KIXDEB AJ! II HULEK. ..
2am Jfiw jvrt|>an.-iltoiuan'jra ture UUuk Itooksof every J.,, i-'.
description. tuU-dsuitl Imuud t»Btiv«li-»liv,l)attvniii.vrtlh(>r
ulUi-.ut |>iln i-il Ik bil rartlcularatUuiion {aid lu ot
di!r» fiom <!«iutity otfiL-rr*. Kst:ki<,Ac. <<).■,
Kill ii-ailc. l/::lvr tHiimtlnj; Uil!^,4 - cl, lttUednnd
PriiiU*rt tooKU-r. MaKU/.in<->. I'cii<»-.U(tUv. etc, l">uiid in flu
anyMyk. 01.1 lS'«okt. ami ivh.mud AH kltda of pvl.j
J'jinlicirwith i.catmut and (limmKU. Ternm iiiihlcr- t,''
ate. KO. If. LAK b. SI ItEer. " wl "
eortipr «<f Claik.(vi'tnituf «>uCbtrk »trw*t. #»,»
I'oolOUluc Uok inyi". ly !
ItINT~IJOOK AM) WI'.AP- T ]
i'*rr*,furaal'-at utantifact(i.<-ni jirlcfi Etvle <
llr .!. I'. A- K. A.ULA<*<C X fulo
No. 210.. . Klmlc Uriel . . . NO. 21C
Xlllla<ldn*ef>"l(tbtol, Kmdjll C.iuuty, lll.** thorlz
Cash paid fur
Butler & iiunt, -i.s siml- si.,
bawnnv ou band t >.<• f-»!l"wsus s'.-ics of print: "XT
Wt4» isttJ suitt s.'.ti-j sjxrw |\
5'545 iiSU
£6x« 2tiS4 iSsTJ r*V>
Al<tl arrreci-ivltie iit <>f BO<»K I'AI'EU. ®t*Wi
ft V,'u| I'ajw-r, »if«iifs"t-ront eif«. Tht
l,wuvreatunMa:i!!la d«». A.Or
aj'trfaii'K«:ai>f.iii! Lclu r t ai<d a g'jderal a*ortmrtit of Ucdt
IMnterV bLitlouun*.
I,imu kffKif Math'-rV cvk '■n»tfd I»o«>k and Nrvv« Ink.
All of which will lie?'i!d for t-.t-ii i>( the lowest
r*
mbl9 CifCaub juid for Nt
Dtanoss, itlusic, <str. u"\
- ! 2 i«hrr
Hil. HIGyiXS, 45 Lako-sU,
• l n _
—nr.M.rs IH— fVI
Llclite A: Pinno Portf», J__\
BASON * nAMUNv'SiTDEI. lIELOIin.JKf, VJ"
ltniic ruhlWur, and Sole Ap'nt, WnoU-aale ar*l ltctrul, o. ,j y
UUVKX liiTwujV rsirfiMiv Catalogue of Slu» ; .cal lhly
TubitcJlana. a,,,)'
tVPixmorXvki; njwraiiTiosor ncnraL*rßcnn»t»m*. «|„„i
Sew I'iauoe to IJin», where K»U»factory reA-ri-Jicw an* fclnii
C'Vcn.
PIANOS TO RHNT, .
The JilrLeal price raid for «>1 J I'Uiin* li< cxclianjje for new. 1
!L m. 11. rcapo-Uully ui.Mmiwv. to tin- pul'l'c. tiiat he b«»li
nuidearranjeeineiite with tb-* three tuori «>id«T.wve anc A<».
TdUWe bouses in tins JaU ihi tho tn:iti»ir-c:iitr of I'iauo Ml
y«wt«*, ileioueouk,ami Uie puHlicallun of Miiik), t<>r tne
«■xeiuliireac^3^'•l ,, th' # Mate, f" r tin; aJlo ol :»J..it*a;d
ldc*of MusieaJ M«!rcbaii«li»*. StT lUf-rcuct^Mtbelmrb
»-<t order, fur tin- mi;t"ionty ->! JArtiiu auit )»ra<lt<iiry »
l'iatui FuttM, can l>v »;tveii at <J> Lak»* »twl. In the larjre
trou front lHock. >alf» trt)»j-ly
MUSIC IJEI'OT L
FOB TUB NOKTIIIVEST.
Root & S
9 ; . . . CI,I lIK STREET,
Mu»lcTeaehM*an<ll>ea!«T*w«>t»ldila well
that IWOX Jc C'.VKY keep tbe only complete tiorfe of
MUSIC UOOKS OF EVEUY
To be found In tl.e Northwert, and iliattheyw" f.>rcali at
#»r HetalL ai the I.ou»*.rt. 1 I j»<*-*.
Th«»yareM»le AS'-ntnfiir j __
Ktelatvay A; Soi»*« €3old Pledal| Piano |
Forle*, 1.
Which. add« 11" their tlrrarfc l.'tiß lirt <f l onori. >'
Cw.» Mlvtr M»«lal« au«d tlm lit4rt»p*t |inwi offered at the ut-
U.». Fair) ! a
tJole Agent forT.ClLnilJlT 3c CO.v U1
'
AM»-tX)LIAN I'IANO.S j
* SoleAeenta.wboU*!iule andrctsll for MAS<>Y«fc HAM
LIN'S lu.pn-vud. * !
Jlltlodtont mud Rttrmantum*,
Amenta for HALL A- H).VS Firtlc- Sj
atul UarJw*. EuuHonct'oroix-taaud aiM
BOOT A CADVi
wi Clark rtr.-.yhu-apo.
jttctrijant gTatlors.'
jf~* LOTIlIN(» AND GENTLE
\/ meD'it'urnifbiiifiOoods, W holwa'e at>d Ktta.l, m
11. 11. IIL'STED,
JSH LAKE JiTKEET >«
llaaotieaflh«lirse<andb«tawortt»l#tocksof
Clcthinff and rarnishing Goofls* c
ln the city, to vbicii be would cJ the atu i;t.on cffcla frier*. fl
of triutir, Candmrres aid Ve*Ut«s« 1? fomplete
*wbl(£i wIQ U*
3(AI>E TO oi:in:r. JN 'i S»K *-ATK<T ST^LE.
And best faarner. All cood# wjrraoUJ a*
tiit.Ucturn making tlie.r hiru n»av Cfyoal upo_ *
' < Alwf VpreiS'vtrW y of Yuuth'< anilCluidrctiV;CWbk* f'
yua*.ity. . I
*'vmeajter tbf tuuibJ, l..lLa': < » ».re» , t.
Ma am h.ih^teh._
B~ C t I"VELL AND WYANT,
il, B«f»CtQi er«*ad I)>'alcr*"lll ;
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS. |
8 Tmiioul III.vV, Dcrl~r4 "■»«.
Would Inrtte attcuUon to their new tfn<k ot'.lMl ktiO
TTlnter Good* con»'*tlng of GoUlca IlUlShlrUOf d«—
erip'ion &nd jatterc. ,
Oollars. Oloros,
Half Boh, Uodonshirtu, •
Ties, Drawers,
'.Scarf Cravat*, Hosoms,
TtTmbraUas, Drossinff Hobos,
Traveling Shawls and Etc.
jWCViyS BEST Kll) CMYKS, SI I'Ki: rAIE.
KHIUTN HIABIi TO OIIDCB
.Mwunr'.rilli>n.
~ JJapcr hangings. 1
yjItAKITS" iiito T li p u.
224 ■ - WoutU Clarlt Street. - • 224
jiolidt tilt atleation of tbe clUmm of a 4
SOUTH DIVISION
•Uttelrlarfeanflcwfullr «loCt«l.tock of ;
triij. PAl'fißS,
A* CURTAINS.
lmnDKßs.ic^
. . iiiitv nriee»a« genuine goodjean be
' it" S. BARNUM'S
GREAT VARIETY STORE,
110 LAEC STREET,
Direct Importer wid VTb.lewle Jobber
riser goods, tots, eeexis woesiedb,
GEEMAU BiBKETfI.
t>UI'TR IK i
TanVoo Motions, Pnitian Beads,', Sic
TOTS lo flttorttd aid of thirty doicn rle«» far flflMn
4 tis'axd woodks mw; aoes-lw v»i«r.
Patent EocklM-llor* and tjradle—^^
Uo»»' Sled*. C»rt». Kocktn* llopei. 4c., Ac. .
Tii AUXUUOD «I .-i.J Sheet.
ixnnTE cop waste for
"Uj.ii'sS"'- - lIW * SiS»«w.
tJusincss Carts. " |^ t
(4.OUDY £ W\\rL'E, ' *
VJ ATTOBNEYS AND Cor>SiLLOß> AT LAW,
I»8 CLAUK STREET,
]><.twecO Itaallcf oa «sd iladiian Btncta, Chicago, lli.
wn.UAXC OCrST. [tiHvtft]
IT C: KELLY,
*--*>• AiTonyEy AT LAW,
SOLICITOR IX CHANCERY AND PROCTOR IN
AUMIIt ALTY.
Oflce No. 43 Clark atrect. Room No. 2, (up-«tilr«,) 'Twl
t d iyiiot] Chicago. 111.
TANSEN & BROSS, no .
ATTOHVEYS, SOI.ICITO- S.and PROCTORS IX And
aPMiKALTI, No. 1? Larmon Btocic, corst-r Cl>rk and lyt
»Vaahlmton*»t«,Cb'cijo,ilL JnusA.UatM,II.S. Tbe
tabatoaer Northern IJUtrtet 111. Notary Public uf Cook Co.
**ap.Jak»eh. L f >cSta7<l cm] jqhxa ntoaa. Arc
L.T. LANSING,
• ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
A*D «Tw
Proctor in Jdmlrmlty» Hit
tyXo. 41 Sooth Clark etrect. ocSO-xlm
C>D\VARD G. ASAY, „ t .
1-J A'i'TOKNLY AT UIW, lljt
37 South Clmrh ttlntl, *?|
Near the oorncrot Lakeatreet. Chicago. nay3»ly'tg7l
HJ. ATKINS, "S
. ATTOUSEY 4 COD.NSELLOK AT LAW. J
jACKiOWTLiE, ltLt*Oli». '
Oolicction«and prompt _
!yatlmd«*dto. ' r Th(
tn Hon Richard Yatea, n««n. J. .t. ToaKeil Tb<
.'a;k«ocrllle; Hon. A. Liacoln,S]irinjficid. 2»i Ani
A "NDRICK & ]SALLAHD, °
jLX. ATTORNEY'S AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, 15?
N'i. 6 Metbndi<t Cliurch ISlock, \J t
Corner of Clark and VV'u*liinfU>u Ptrceta,Chlcat«). »u
utiiu it. axuaicc. (aull alu73ui> uckkt c. dallaco
CPIES & BURT, ®
O COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
•Vc. 75 Cktutnut) JS'orih Stdr 9
Between Tblnl and Fourth street*. St, Louin. Mo. "Pj
Mr. H. ii Notary l'ulillc and Comuilselonc-r of l>ced»for TZ
<vcr>" s*tatr In the L'ni'in. f"
JUfrreiictftiii Cliirjjo—Scrlppa A Hross.
; *xkoi*k?e arita. [jJl-Iy-i"iS3J calvisc. jrtT "Wcr
T TUOItNE - "CLAHKSON,
U • ATTORNEY AND COUNSELL»»R-AT-LAW,
»Vo, 2 PorthmH Work. Car
:XOTAKY I-UIII.IC. Chicago 111. ' m s n:i T
AAV. SLAYUACIC, in ti,
• ATTOHXKY AT LAW, l. as r ,
Ist. Joekpr, Mo^
Attend«lbeCourt*of Uutbanan, Andrew, Ho!t, Atcblson whicl
and Nodaway (S.mntlm. Refent by pwni>lNt]«n to Samuel ~C I.V
•V Ali<*n, &l L"u!«: 4*hlld, Pratt arO>., s*t LouU; bmyth.
Gore & Co, s»t. L*>nli; Dudley, (ieorsc & Turviuan. ChW- ted t
»:•); At.l>nlt, .l(ihti a: i'mtadiOphU : Kllsorr. ',\"tl?on A-
I'hi'adrlT.hh; lluv-'lt, Majow A Wadd.dl, Ltavei.- cor.lo
worth City: Mo-ju.-y. Cohn A- Co M New York ; Ucla M. ,
llugbta, Joseph.
tbey'
f4- 11. & L. LAFLIN, velop
VJ • WHOLESALE PAPER WAREHOUSE,
40 South Water &trret 9 .
Arc now receiving their sprintc »tock of Fine Paper* and pTOU'
EaAtcru Jiuok rajH'i.-, u hicb tbt-y offer at low prirea. This 1
rriutUigpipemfcveryHieaudbcstquality. ocT-blOt ,
tbroi
pKAWFOIID, SHARP & CO., when
V-/ IXirORTEJIS AND DEALERS In Crockery. Glau can L
and Chink Table Cutlery, L<rokinz CUuitea, Caslom and Ilri
l«ti Ware, No.l<C Lake etroet, Ciucci;o, 111.
ore 1
dro=l3artncrslji)j Notices.
T'HE CO-PARTNERSHIP OE lurt^
JL CIJANI'LEU & HAKER la tbU day di««olved by lost I
mutual cornea. C. R. CHANDLER.
D. w. BAKER. uy tn
Chicago, Nov. Ist,
The KI->tir. Fe<d and ConimiA»'.on bu.«lr.t-M will be tun- tton
tiiiUtd a*, tlie old rtand, 170 South Clark ►tn > *-t. an
fore, by Ln:i_x3L I>. W. IIAKF.K ± U>«. tare,
Dissolution.— The Firm " ied ,
of Charle* H. Ham A Co. wa» diwwived on tbe l»t <lay • ,ml '
of May,lSs9.
and abo rrtului; frurn tbe firm of ILun, it Co. at
tlie same Unie. Open
Tbe Cnuof llain, Cbambern & Co,U thin daydlwlvcd Iftdi
byciutu.d coiwbt. CHARLES li. HAM, „_j ,
u. n. chambers. ana
Chicago, Nor. 1, lb!J». "
Tbe undenlfned will coLtinni* at Ibe old otQce and bnsi- f
newt,at24Clarketrw-t. CHARLES H. HAM. fcSSI
Chicago, Nov. 1, IsSJ. JTO|]
''tSiSSOLUTION.—The Finn of mi«
JL/ core
STRONG d: WILEY BROTHERS »rar
Is tbli day dUfolved by mutual consent. The bu>lnve» cf
tlie late Jlnu will ictetUed by Wiley Brothers A •'<>. of IS
D. o. STRONC, , rcn
(.. I, iLEi, (• i
Chicago, Oct, STtli,ISSd. H. H. WILEY.
The underrlgned *lll continue tlie BANKING AND Kitli
EXCHANGE BUSINESS under the uanie of JViicy ~
Brother* A Co. O. V. WJLF.Y, S 51 " 1
B. B. WILEY. tiect
Cbicato.Oa.STth,lSiD. n°Mi'"W of )l
r |" , IIE COPARTNEHSUII* IIERE
JL toforc criiOlitrr between tbe niid' , r« , .eiie«l. under the „ n( t,
style ot RyiTttOiu Miller A Co., is this .lav (Jlsm.lvul by mu
t'ul connci.t. All icirlie* indebted to, or h >idin« tiaimi- Ann
autlnstthe Ute Finn.either l»yaccount, t>r otl»r»b«e, will t ] o j
(••tUetiie rainewith Ilycn>oTi A Mom«, who alone a*e au- ■ t
thoriztd to settle tbe buainea* " H YERSON, «p
WATTS T. MILLER., ,l aD
KODEItT W.MnRRIS.
OF DISSOLUTION "OF >' on
PARTNERSHIP—The partnership lien-tofore ex- 111 a
lrtlnc t«etwcen lilck»ou Wat soti. Janim A.Crau f«ird, IVrry
A. Wl'bnr.and J.Ne.ln Dickson, undor the tdjle and title
•f Watv>nJc Co .lsthii-dayd'bsolvod by mutual ci'fiMUt.
ThebnMneMof tlie latctirm wilt be Milled up by Jaiw- r
A.Orawfordaud Perry A.Wiibur, wbo are at»ue author
r Ucd to uw; tbe Ann tianie and Ut make ci.llecU"Cn. the
w DICKSON WATK)N,
j. a. CRAA\*F»»RD, piec
P.A. WILUI R, 4 m
J.N. DICKSON. com
NtwCASTIX, S<*pL 24,1 £55. met
! Notice—Tliral-ovc firm of \V»tion <fc having hereto- of tl
fore done l usimiw at No.SC South Market rtrcet, Chicago. j n a
lIU under the nam" or Crawford, Dickwui A 4>:;v
1< iier<*t.y dl»conti«.u»«l ««mI<ll*«lv»d, t.ii I
"AISO.N *
I N'gwn*m.t.Scpt.Sl. 1553. ocl*-.twx tnct
NOTICE OE DISSOLUTION.—
> 1> Tli-i Co-Partncrvhip heretorore cibtin* ,b«-tw«*n tl|U ,
Charle* .\3dr«-»-. Sen- of Cincinnati. Ohio., atul ih-nry «. .
. Andn-wOof Cni'-fcco. tinder the fnn nam.'nnrt •tyleH ullt
11 W. /Uidfe#* A C«uba» U-et»thl<dav (M-}.tpn.l>er lt-tb, befi
jsW.) di*«»lv«: by minimi con*«Tt. rtie wofl Hetirj-« . no i,
Ai»dre!>»aj>*ttnie«i a'.l tin* in«t'-W« > <lii<*M of »uld Cnn., andir l
al.itie uutliorio-il to Mttlcall <>f lt*atlair« of any and even - «
' » to 4 wtal - ,wfc ii" xiu
I wllieotdlnuc thePapw Hnnelnr and WlmW Shade per
e bu*lnef< In my own name, at the old esdalilitiicu etand, }tlic
d Randolph street. a> betvtoforc. . vt v,. P cw arc
0 MIS-aITS-Sin Jb w, AMMIhS\
' ' "* ofl
i; iLcatijct ann jFtntmss, 'h
:e P ie
- QONDICT, WOOLLEY CO. Z
Ko. S2 Labo Street No. 52 tec
ManufactutertandDcalcri la JiQ(
S.IJ»i?A -E S , _
Siitlcllerv Hardware 1
,5 IIOKSE BLANKETS,
Carriage Trimmings,
J.EATHI3K,
S ' SHOE KINDIXaS. KUIillEI! AND LEATHER BELT. ~f
al aUUbf )ng, Ac. m<
<<f:-aisr-3ia . ce
—— an
>" LEATHER!! Un
dy We bave now la store, and daily coming lorward tur Fa- jjj
.1.- Stock of m
o*k and Ilcmlock Solo Leather. th
Oak and Hemlock TTppcr,
Freucli uud Douiefctlc Iilp» m
M- French and I>omet.tlc Calf, «
tu
Waterproof Klpj Call 3c Upper, f u
itf split*, Cordovan, HuflTpper, Ac., dec
i«;n Al*o, the largest assortment of cl
Kit anil Shoe, findings,
__ TO ut rorsx* ts TU* cttt,
Aod at price* that will ensure aatUfactlos. Ordi-ri from
tbe cuuulry carefully and promptly atUaidcd to.
~ HARDENISERG & WILLIAMS.
jye:-*»-ly No. S') Lake Mreet, Chicago. 11
a SS- \
BAGS ! lli«S 15 B«iS J!! «
I Corn Exchanc© Ras inanufactorf • r
red* I RART. ASTES A *'o„ IST S-rdh Water rtW, Chl»fC t f
I ii, K.CLARK.
I(,^r I HAtnrrAcrv*rE» ast» DXAI.Z*S W
; BAGS «K El P.UY HFSCUIPTIOX. ]
?ud I Killcra* and Grocers Hoct, made ar.d printed to ordea wilt -
t>n- I fteautifulbrand?.
Qunny lia,'S Mi J*'**
hlrJ I for Hour. IhiCkwheal, Ha;i*.?>alt, s<-eu, Ac., Ac. I
I rsr , O.Mrr»C::»'.lwilb£di:oli-ai.dacei«lcb. .
I Ca_>]iu3i>'d tot»>Ta»v-ly
CHICAGO BAG AGENCY.— |
I V_/ Sooth Wat ;r street.
| BEAVLERS GRAIN BAGS of wloualtM and «juaU- '
I l>, pLoOU SACKS—halves, quarter*, clfbtts—prtnled tr
* I patt.m.
i J!AM t«ACKS—every *irr uaeil.
■*"" I r.'iNNY BAGS—'Two atal tbrce bn«hel«.
.1 km' I CTV.mi»uon MLrcluuia, Uiltera, Grocer* and PHnlwen
> I i>rnirr> will find JuitUi# article wanted In our rtork. Or
? t -"' w I koUcited. HAWKINS A CHAPMAN.
I BAGS.! BAG 81! BAGS! II
I FARWELL'S
Etc. ?TKA3 BAG 2UMTACTOB\7
AIB.
j Ht,4l.V46WabishaTtnue,Ct'.ca«o. I j
1 BAGS AND SACKS rf every dtKiirUoa
j«tm 1 farelfbed on short cotiee,
I ITS 7 AND BEAUT.TI L rr.ANT?
1 SIMEON KAJiWELL.
I 05-d*wlT-t7TI
; r. I
tfarts.
I EULLER & ALB AUG II, —
I DENTISTS,
'»fbe I « .WEST RANDOLPH-ST- CH1CA«0.......C«
iia-ly I Post Offlce Box SJ29. I
I j.c.rtn.LCT [oe*-sCOT-ly] ;.TO.AUiraB. ;
RE DllS ' BAKER & BUSH
1 ' I Denial SursCons.
I CHICAGO, ILL.
TPrR I Oct Cor. Clark asdHftdiX'S street.—rcriOffeeEexCSM
*- XMO I j pv.Vly-ltS
AY. H. KENNICOTT,
! Ac. I PKNTtST.
. , I Ant*ted by Dr. John White.
I nsH-lT 181 LAKK »TKgET.
arirtr ' E. A. BOGXJK, Dentist
! Price* I Office, No. 141 Lake strret, oproritej. B
:ET. ] »«d A co.'s. . 1T
=T «¥. w. ALLPORT
r uit | mffmm bektist.
Sf"" 1 - I IWiteiM,Ko.l3
L«u I "»»«'
yfcss^Eriiune,
■ ■■ —"■■■ - of Pari
DAVID C. UriODEIIICK. The be
&nd fol
lt ccoacs w. rikiCi. a a \ c '
but the
itt Llood-tour.di ire sated, tie j vkaia Lave ft'C circled
Ardthe Lt s I* sle*jilr£the sle'pofihedead: hog Ol
Hb blocd Is ft 11 on tte swsrd where Uuy trc?, stand.
And, lacewe-llke, appealing to God. t, ear
The dews of tbe morn w'H not wash lt awav— an ,^.
'Twlilreddenand.lnwinthe noon-tide of day. j rallied
And lo the deep gloria of the storm mantled night I Pbilio
ltwlU rise like a pillar of fire oa tba light. I 6ni J pg
no. brother* who stacd by hi* pttriot-pave. | eluded
And ponr out yijursriefaiortbe %-ailatit and brave, | wind,
L«t bisdeata btthe watchword t»atait'e with fear I |„f» a ll
Tbe tyrants who «Uffei.ed bli limbs on tbe bWr.
Arouse from your letbarsy, children of I back!
Ye*ou»of tteanrii, the loom, and tbe soli; | nf him
tonic forthantbe windslnUielr |.. .
And wieUls till death with tbe fixuneu of I tne Dt
I stnugl
*Twasthu< withy.ur leader, tbe giftedaad true: I clitnuc
| v Anr r
Everj'pubicofhUbeart,tverynerveofblsframe, j
Waa to d'gnlfy Laborjand dve It to Fime! I hballe
back f
Hewaapccrtotl>eproudestwho g'rerrthebad, I tbe fir
But hert-jodbv hiicb*", as a hero will ttand; I
And when the hot taun:. like an arrow of Are, I f ,tr
Wa»buriedatthear Uin craft of hissire. I at Die
I all its
How lie sprang to the breach with halbert and glaive, I
l}«fiaiiUyn>eeUiij(the(o'd oftbeWoiW | _X]
Ilefptke fortlie workeboji—tbe sweatonthebrow I j
Ul tbe freeman wbosecrestUtbecwordacd tbe plough. | *>uurn>
| nentf
There ar* fountains of feeling we may not control. I of our
Tlit'TSprlfic fiomthelnnenno-tdftUtaof thesoul, I for scl
And flow like a river escaped from Its bed J
To freshen thetimeoftbcgioriouadcad. | n, V» n
I meets
we stand on the ramparts cf Time, I expeu
liytbo pwtwhereasectloelfi-li InUipnmc, I Thpre
%SciH.ntheciaketsourbo»om»Mifu'a.
Aud |Kiur out a treasure more precious than goal. I Hie na
| und hi
Oh! men wh*>lcok out from the tar Golden Gate. I ♦ n mnii
Where the holocaust smoke» In the ember* of lute, I . . .
Have ou rank of Uie th A neni-d hi tn to stand I liiitui
l'or Tni'ii as a rock ou yuur ocean-beatktraud ? I MifeiJ
Then rrar to the martyr a *haft that »hatl ii«e, I * S f,
Asal«ar.tn laruj. to tbe t*le«, I ,ut 1 '
And •wr-tecnthegraiiltein icttoof I are re
jmmoktal! IwocTAt.! tbepatriot'sname! 1
Wist I
Aiiotlior Arctic Expedition. I -t Q
Capt. Parker Snow—who was second in com- 1 JLOi
mand of the ship Prince Albert, whteh engaged I
jn the search for Sir John Franklin in is. r >o—• I ~
has receutlj delivered a lecture in Londou, in I i&6i
which he expressed the belief that individuals 1
of Franklin's partr may still survive. lie sta- I pri
ted that it was his conviction in lioO, as re- I Vjjj.
cor«led br him in the blue book published in I
lliat year, that the ships wonld be found where I
tbey were lately discovered,and subsequent de- j TllO
velopments only served to confirm hltn in tbe I
belief that some of the party were s'ill living, j
probably in captivity among tbe Esquimaux. I j
Tbls opinion he supported by tbe fact, elicited I x o>
throngb Capt. McClintock's interpreter, that, I
when the Esquimaux meet with strangers who 1
can be of no use to them, they give them food, I
and desire them to go away; but, if the men 1
are mechanics, and useful, us many of the I
Franklin party were, tbe natives retain them, I
and M ill not let them go. Capt. Sucw thought 1 ±
further attempts should be made todiscoverth© I
lost navigators; and iu this riew he i.s supported j
by many intelligent men. The New York Jhr- I
aid, of the 15th inst., republishes a large por- I 1
tton of Sargent's volume of. M Arctic Adven- 1
tare/' and says that Dr. Hayes, who accompa- I
uied Dr. Dane in his last expedition through I
Smith's Sound, is willing to make another visit j
to those regions, with a view to explore the I
open 6ea discovered by Kane. The London I **
Jftdical Titius advocates another expedition, I or
and says: j
"We regret that government did not follow j T(
the advice of a well known member of the pro- j fj
fessiotj—Dr. King—who on several occasions I
proposed to go by the Great Fish Kiver to the I JJ«|j
, We>tern hand of North Somerset, to seek the I
niissing navigators. Captain McClintock's dis* I
cuveries show that Crozter and his companions I jf aTe
traveled from the southern shore of King Wil- I pieto;
Hani's Island, which lies oIT the Western Lund
of North Somerset, where the Franklin ships I w u
were wrecked, to Point Ogle, ou the continent I
of America, uud thence to Montical Island, in I <
the estuary of the Great Fish River. Uud Dr. I 555!
| King's otl'crs been accepted, not only would our |
galiuut countrymen have been rescued, but no I
necessity would hare arisen Tor the expeditions I
of Kosi>, Richardson, Colliusoti, Austin, Penny, I I
Belcher, or Kcllett, at a governmeut expense of I J
two millions; rior for tlie private expeditions j g
under Uoss, Kennedv, and McClintock, or tbe I
* American eilbrts <if I>e Ilaven and lvauo. We I
' do not mention this in any spirit of vain regret, I
but to point out that u summer lan • search I
up tlie Great Fish liiver would be devoid of I
danger, would be inexpensive, and might be I
auccessful iu rescuiug some of the li'o survi- I
' vorors, all of whom coajtcarcely have perished I |h^
iu a country where there is pleuty of game." l
' I tiol
I ICOwthclndlausurcPald. I T"^
* From time to time.the Government dispossess jXJ
the Indians of Lake Superior of the land occu- J
pied by them, and moves them farther back, j
compensating for the land taken by annual pay- I yo *
incnts in such articles as arc suited to the wants I
k of the savages. A number of tribes, amounting I
to about S,StK) people, members of thu great I \c*
* Oiibtva or ChinW- -.vr m °f a "
l ' La J'omteconuty Wisconsin, rbetnodeofpuj- I
ment is somewhat peculiar, und the writer ui I
" the lJayfield/V#*# devotes two columns to the I
" ijrocee'ditigs atthc recent payment. It appears I
" Uiut on the opening of tie business, oue chief | CA:
.{ alter another, each with his attendant, appears I t:
before the agent. Having some kuowledge of I
[; politeness, thev lake oil*their hat?, or turbans, J
y s.s the case maVbe, and aro seated. The itife* I co *
rior chiefs present the number of their bauds in I
small sticks of wood, each stick representing a I -yg;
le persau. The process of taking the census is 1
*• short. Theceustts being taken, the bundles F1
arc theu made up, one for each single person, I p
and one for each family. If any family consist I towi
of two parties, each party receives a bundle. I -
The bundle consists of a blanket, or blaukets, I |X
nieces of broadcloth, calico, muslin, a few made I J
[" up cloths for the men, hoes, axes, powder horns I
'• traps, Ac. Guns, powder, shot, lead pecussion j
caps, stoves, cooking utensils; Ac., are distribu* I
teu to a few in each tribe. I
When the census is taken, bundles prepared |
and Uie Indians present, the payment commen- I **
ces. The agent, with the bags of gold und sil- I
- ver (aboui $7,000) before him, sits at an open- I «"*
ingin a suitable place in the warehouse, out or | OA
which he hands Uie money to each one, as be I
comes tip in answer to his name, which is an- I E
nounccd by a crier, who is stationed outside the I tfo
opening. When the person receives his moo- j
«v, he touches the top of the clerk's pencil, I Jf
♦vhicli is an acknowledgement of the reception |
X. of nay. The clerk keeps an account of the pay. I"X
me'nt made to each one. After giving his re- I
ceipt, he receives hisbundle and leaves when I
• another comes up. The chief, who is present I
t J utl d witnesses the payment cf his hand,then 1 (
elves a receipt for the whole band, by touching I
"*• the clerk's pen. This is the process of the puy- |
tnent. During their stay at the paring ground. * n
thev are supplied with pork and tlour by the ut
"overnment. Tliofcc who are not preicnt, are I * n<
paid bv the chiefs and others. During the pay- I i
munt, traders, who must have license, are pres- I ,
ent with their goods. Most of these traders I ]
tuke udvantago of the "big Injun's" fondness j i
=r, for "fire water," and the poor, painted greasy | ®
■c led ►kin returns to his native woods with a C (
"splitting headadbe," and "nary red" about his I
clothes except his own red hide. j lJ
I cl
7 Good Children. I tu
The " Professor at the Breakfast Table," in j
rpm his talk to the readers of the Atlantic for Aug- ~Z
ust, offers some pungent suggestions concern- I £
ing good children and their memoirs: Ire
mm In earlv years, while the child 41 feels its life I u
in evcrv limb," it lives tn the body aud for tbe Is<
bodr to a very great extent. It ought to be so. I «
There have been many very interesting children I ; t
«ho bave shown a wonderful indifference to I
thiogs of eartli, and an extraordinary develop. «
*l* ment of tbe spiritual nature. There is a per- i
*r«, f ecl literature of their biographies, all alike in I '
their essentials; the same "disinclination to tbe t,
usual amusements of childhood;" tlie remarko- »
ble sensibility; the fame docility; tbe same 1
**•"; conscientiousness; in short, an almost.uniform ;
'u"« chnniclcr, marked br beaiaifiil traits, which we
'» look at with painful admiration. It will be found I -
that most of these children are tbe subjects of I
pome constilntional unfitness for living, the
most frequent of which I need not mention.
* Thev are like the beautiful, blushing,half-grown I
fruit that falls before ita time, because its core 1
* is gnawed out. Ther havetheirmeaning—they .
cd t- ,i o no t live in xuin;.but they are tvindfall. I I
:im convinced that many healthy children are I
injured morally by being forced to read too J •
vision in J uc h about these Titlle meek sufferer* and their |
L>'. r spiritual exercises. ... I
Hereisabov that loves to run, swim, kick j
football, turn "somersets, make faces, whittle,
lisb, tear his clothes, coast, skate, fire crackers,
blow squash <4 tooters," cut his name on fences,
read about Uobtdson Crusoe and Smbad the
Sailor, eat tbe widest-angled slices of pie and
untold cakes and candies, crack nuts with his
back teeth, and bite out the better part ot aft
other bov's apple with bis front ones, turn up
coppers,* "stick" knives, call names, throw
<tones, knock off hats, set mouse-traps, chalk
door-stepe, "cut behind" anything on wheels
or runners, whistle through bis teeth, " holler'
lire on slight evidence, run after soldiers, pat.
ronizc an engine company, or, in his own words
-blow for tub No. 14," or whatever it may be.
Isn't that a prettv nice sort of aboy, though be
has not got anvthing tbe matter with bim that
lakes tbe taste of this world oat? Now, when
TOU put into such a hot-blooded, haioSteted,
rouna-cheeked little rogue's hand a sad-looking
volume, or pamphlet, with the portrait of a thin,
white-faced child, whose life is really as much a
[J— training for death as the last month of a con
demned criminals existence, what docs he find in
common between his own overflowing and exalt
jnc*euseof vitality, and the experience of the
until he has worked his way through the period
jurgß. of honest, hearty animal existence, which everr
robust child should make the most of-notuntil
UfeH be has learned the use of hts faculties, which u
his first doty—that aboy of courage and anirnd
vigor Is In a proper «ate to read these fearful
records of premature decay. I have no doubt j
that disgust ia implanted in the: minds of many
!ex55M healthy children by early surfeits of pathologv-
ct l piety Ido verily believe that He who took
) TT, children in His arms and blessed them,loved the
healthiest and most playful of them mst as well
ilte* as those who were richest in tbe tuberculous
virtues.
intist. A Bostos Notion.—When the "Broad
it* J. B rburch" controversy raged, a few weeks ago, a
dfS ly lloeton paper occupied three or four columns in
Ir> rp flttpmntinE to prove that the "suspense of fatta
complained of by Dr. Bellows, was a legitimate
result of the rise and progress of Republican
ism-
, A Touch Story.
Mr. Charles Dicker, of DickevTille, writes us
about a bear chase that took place in the town -rilF i
of Paris, Grant Coontr, Wis., on the 80tb ult.
The bear was started by Thomas Longbotbojn,
&nd followed by bim and Wm. EaT«t, one with q .
a bntcber knife and the other with a pitch fork; Oi
but tbe bear paid little nttention to tbem, and
circled around andwas about to pick up & small .Ha.rn
hog of Mr. Longbotbam'?, whica he could not
stand. He halloed for bis shot guo, and the
bear being an 'old coon* was afraid of powder i
and took another course. Tbe neighbors h&d
rallied br this time, and among them was Mr.
Philip Staffer, who is an old hand with his gun
and penknife. The bear smelt Shaffer and con- HUBS,
eluded to travel. Shaffer followed with tbe
wind, and being a robust and fleet man, soon
left all tbe rest behind, lie caught up with the VI
bear, made a jump and lighted a-straadle of liis £
back! Having lost bis gun, he bethought him
of bim of his penknife and with this he pricked -
the bear in his neck aud Hank to keep him _____
straight to Silas Brook's crove, where tbe bear q i
climbed a tree with Shaffer on liis back. The JNj
bear coming to a fork of the tree crowded Mr.
Shaffer off, who slid down like a turtle and ran
back for bis gun. Returning be killed bim at .
the first fire. The above is rather a marvellous 5 »
i narration, but Mr. Dicker, wbo ia postmaster
at Dickerville, assures us'it is positively true in
all its particulars.—Galena Adetrlittr. CA&i
—The Far West correspondent of the Boston
Journal writes that the Cboctaws hare a perma
nent fund of more than $1;OOtf.OOO in the hards
of our government, including SIOO,OOO set apart ST A
for school purposes. Tbe interest is paid annu
ally, affording them a revenue of s«>o,uoo, wh-cli
meets all their governmental and educational xqtk
expenses, and obviates tbe necessity of taxes.
There are ten "mission" boarding schools iu
the nation, at wbicb, in uddiliou to the common n&dap
and higher English branches, tbe boys are sys
tamatically exercised at farm labor, and the girls
initiated into the manifold mysteries of house- Tbe
wifery. Tbe Methodists have charge of most of
I these institutions, but several ore conducted by
I the Presbyterians. Some mx hundred children -t Q
I are receiviug instruction in these schools. XO
gfltHjolegalc IQouscs. p£
1859 Fal, j^ adc - 1859
I We are La receipt of our usual Stock of
Readv-Made Clothing, iL!S
I W Goods
l .AST busine
GENTS' FURNISfI'G GOODS,
I stock <
I TO WHICH
I Tho Attention ol' the Trado is Invited. ilwe
I keptfi
I aulG
Barrett, Kins: & Co. fif
I No. 57 LAKE STREET No. ST - LA
I au?S 51
| SADDLERY.
TUBNER & SIDWAY, IIIE
I 203 RANDOLPH STREET, Bui
I MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN ]
I SADDLES,
I BRIDLES,
I IIORSE COLLARS,
TRUNKS.
whips. -
IIORSE BLANKETS, |(ai
GIG SADDLES, .
I PAD HOUSINGS, «]
I FRONTS, HAND REINS, Ac., Jtc.
I ORDERS FROM THE COUNTRY PROMPTLY
I FILLED AT THE LOWEST RATE*. seS-Btn-»311 ft
TOHN 11. WEHEIt & CO., Si
I fj jostxaa axu vnoutALx sulus a
Hats, Caps, Furs and Umbrellas, B |»
SO. 2i UKC-ST., CHICAGO. " 0,ll!
I Have cow on hand, and arc rerclvins a foil and more con- |
I pietuaasnrtnuniofthe av>v<?gnodjtitanwere ever brought I (
1 t»tl.is but kit embracing ' Vi-ry variety hIJ style. ail tf
I widen me uduptod to the wants of the
! Western Trade.
, | Ian"0-R249-<iml
I Wcl
; I (Groceries, slrobisions, 6cc,
I TO GKOCEHS.—We arc con
f I 1 stantly Curing and Smoking
'HAMS, FAI
; bacon, S ,s
SHOUDEBB, &C. £««
j. I WLLIi we i-ffcr atltho jqj
> L,owcst Cash Price.
. I ID'"!
I I Our SUGAR orRED n.VMS are acknowledged to be w
1 the best in the market. TOBEY A IUOTU. . r
I Packers and Provision Dealers, Of*
I noMw-aSGS No. 11 South Clark-*t.
I ... .. au
15 . W I NT O N ~
- * CSROOEIIi,
[ >O. 103 STATE STREET SO. 103 G(
• I Now in store and to arrive, afull frwh etockof
\ Assorted <srOffirift«. Provisions,
PXsOUB,
1 "WOODEN AND "WILLOW WARE,
5 Oh
« I Offering a* very low figures for
I CASK ! CASH I CASH ! CASH •
8 I TEAS Fine Young Hy.-on. 1 j
f I Imperial. Gunpowder, *■
, I Oolotf. Fresh Brcakf.ut.
I COWEEJi Old Government Java.
I Mocha, Rio, Santns,
3 I Maracall>o, Lnguaray.
I NEiF YORK RKFIXED SrGIRS -WD SYJtCPS,
S FRESH CAN FUUITS, TICKLES & PRESERVES. J
'• 1 at wholesale at as low rates as anvlirm«cln
t | town. ocSaT-'ttam
■ INKWELL SKOW, S(
■ Wholesale and Retail Grocer (Vh
a I —att>— W«j
J -1 oommissiOK bsdrohant,' Tn
i I No. 112 Dearborn »t., Chicago.
I Being la receipt of frequent conslcntcenU from Eastern
■ | market*, and availing myself of Uie best opportunities pr- Ta
j. I feated In this market, 1 am able to oi/er GREAT BAB»
5 f I GAIKS to cash buyers pf Groccriei la
■e Large or Small Quantities. N<
I D«lerßMwellMtho«ebu>lngforUie!rowiitisewUl
1 t for tlielradvantage to examine my stock and price*. T
; ALL GOODS WAERAHTED. 1
n XEWELL SNOV.
?- JJEW GROCERY HOUSE.
™ Parsons, Pitkin & Dankey, '
ea I No. 1 <3....South Water Street....No. 10
'S I Third door east of Michipnn Avenue,
? I Inrite attention to tliclr stock of STAPLE AND FANCI
j,y j GROCERIES, which 1* coojpleU lu «vdry department,
I «nd consists in part as follow*: •-
ir- I 10 N O. common to choice. X
■ 1 •• Cut* and Pcrto Kicn bnsars. *
I KO Dbls. N. Y. lictlneJ btUKkrwt.tn.lard nualltlofl.
!fS I 175 «• N.Y. SVTUl>*—as»>rttdaudS EK\ CIIL&P,
I rt) " lU- ViiledaiulN. l'.bujcar House MOLAS6ES.
I aouo Kr« NalU-a.«oru d and as low as any Hardware
• 1 Uou«»n thecity.
.a | COFFEES—RIn, La<,dia, O. 0. Jara, well selected an J
1 Mwrtment of tbe best brands In market,
j Purchasers will find onr goods "CHEAP AS THE f, n
I CHEAPEST," and tbe attention cf Cash Baycni U par ct
1 t!cularreqne*t«d to
in I Ho. 16 South "Water Street.
°f" COYER'S SULTANA SAUCE,
ra " I O 1 orhotoreolddlsars. and every culinary preparation
I rruulrio* a reLslt; recommended br the London Lanm as _
... I .•a f;re atal<ttodi«?Uon,* , and Indisper-saMefoMbedlncrr
life I table. Made from the iwlginal recript of the late Alexis
tbe I Sorer, only l* ('rcwe ± lilackwell, (Ilcr * l*nryey.
« n ori> London." For sale by a I Un»ccni*n.liFnilt lM«l«rs. -
® • I O-G.
ren I stnvt, Kew York, Bit AY Ar HAYES, glOornhlll, ltonon.
to I For in Chicago by UOIJOES <k Grocery ttate
op. gtrtet. ocMa.M-Bin
■ er - / AYSTEHS! OYSTKUSI OYS
• ta I tw!—Fre*h Baltimore Can. KerandFhell Oyrtaj*
the I received daitv and warranu-d frvfh. »nd equal to any In
■l-- 1 toarkrt. onkrs from tlitedat short
»mc J
'"'e 1 000 LISS. FIGS, new croi>, :
unil I -I- • V/ \_/ In Cwcy boxc* and drums. Just ar
{of | " Ted * J. "W. I>OA>E & CO. 1
TWTTVBXSTLAXEH & M. 11.
o»n lOUW RAISINS, new crop.
°" n I WOhalfboxea do do «
:orc 1 -oauuarier boxes do do
her j Allow by J. W. POA>E & CO.
• 1 OTTrvn LHS. UUM DROPS,
1 are I Wt)V/V/ andafrcih andlageasortmentof New
j TOf * C ° n - CClloD j?"w. DOANE A
\r\C\ 15XS. MALAGA LK3I
- L V_x M boxes Palermo do. at the lowest
ittlc, cgnrcs. J. w. TM3ANE &CO .76 Dearborn <t.
ice*. TTTTA OH.ESTS 15LACIC AND
l the GREEN TES, all price*. 75 half ChesU
,ond Blackand UreenTe^^^^
\" v 1000 BAGS n
[jrovr .TAVA OOFFEE.
lor sa.6 by e ± T3 Dearborn H.
Her" nTORIES 4,000 on Consign
, pftt- Or menL J. SNOW. 10 "Dearborn street.
rords '-QEANS—2OO bbls. on consign
-11 «wmt. J.SNOVr.tO Dearboroftreet.
\ that a PPLES—IOO bbls. in prime order
when xX-on wosUcenitnl. J. SSOW. 10 D«*rbom-»t.
"ITDTTEK—
thin, w\ul!lTTLE*& Co.l»St7aterstwt.
°£n* OKOOiIS :
ioH in I 9 lft) doi Broomt for ta!e by .
main WM. LITTLE. A00.159 g. Watfrs-reet.
exalt* —— — —
>f the
is not JL CO do* painted Tuba. . .
xsriod WM. LTTTLE ACQ.. IS> SonU> T7aterstrect.
S _
nchia oca WM. LITTLE A Co„ 1» S. Witer street.
Sirful A HILDS. N. O. SUGAR.
d"„ht OUU RSTSOLDS.EI.T * CO.
manj- -j i)AA BBLS. REKiXKD SU
lologt- REYNOLDS. ELY A CO,
OAA BAGS lUO COFFEE.
] Jell yUU REYNOLDS. SLT 4 CO.
colons -j r A BBLS. RE-BOILED 510-
10U LASSES. REYNOLDS, KLT k CO.
QrA BBLS. SYRUP, assorted
'Broad Ot* Vy quallUa*. REYNOLD'*. ELY A Co.
SiJ -I AA A HF. CHESTS TEA, choiee
S» 14U0 ««. t ro .
OA TONS CRUDE SALTPETRE
'DUCIO BSIKOIDS. ELY *OO.
etaijolcaaic Rouses. j__
■rilirUUCTlst stoik I.X THE SOUIUWEST ; B O
-OF
SADDLERY HARDWARE!
Harocn, Bridle« Patent de Enameled *E)<a
LEATHER l:
Carriage Trimmings! £"<s
SPBINGS, AXLBB, S5/3
HUBS, SPOKES, FELLOK3, WHIPS, LASHE3, AC I '
yOB BALK LOW, BT I
Hay den, Kay & Co.,
239 - - UANDOLPII STREET * -238
facS-a*H-<mt j yj
1859. tfalMioods. 1859.
J. M. STttTB & 00, o
57 Lake-sU,(up-stairs), aod4l a 43 Wabash-are. 1 I«lct2
Beg leave to offer to the j
CASH AND PKOMPT SHORT TTTffK TRADE
\ll how Prices ILKii
A large and well-selected stock of [
STAPLE AM) FA.V'tV DRY GOODS, | fjslu»
, I p'Otect
Both Foreign and Domestic; 1 craie at
NOTIONS AND FAN'fJY GOODS. and«^
WOOLEN, YARNS AND HOSIERY, HOODS, 1
and a pr:at variety of article! adapted to the I J^pi
FALL TRADE. Jjg"!
Tbe especial attention of Close Buyers to onr varied and I 4 a T <1 . lJ
u;uurpo>M'd assortment of Seuuaabie and Dr>lrable Goods |
is respertfully solicited. auf7-a£M-3m I r**
1859 Antumn Trade.
Low Price® "Win! I
I'EAKE, 31AKSU & DcLOXG,
_ | Rights
30 . . . LAKE STREET ... 30 j Com
V.lll offer at wltoiesale thraagbout the season to prompt I
jaybj; tustomcri a very large and complete stock of 1
DRY UWDS, HOSIERY AND NOTIONS, I N.B
At the Lowest Prices that close buying and small expenses I
wliladmltof. It ha*been our pollcyalways 10 offer Good j theto«
Good.* at Low IMcea, which weaxe able toilo by conducting 1 - ~,
busineasoastnallsxpcnaesandseDlugtoacarefuily selected I t.B<
pi>*ing trade. I
Good men will find it to their advantage to call on us. Our I
stockembraceslarge&nesof the favorite brand* of j
Heavy Pomestlce, I
As well as FINE DRESS and FANCY GOODS, aad Is I
kept fresh by constant additions andanadirt trads. I rj -
aul&-a!4CMm I e
JIJONORE, IIALL & CO.,
51 . . . Lalce Street ...* 51 I
Wholesale Dealers In I Htt * s
I terms
HARDWARE, ACUICCLTCRAL I3IPLKSHSTS,
Bullder*a Hardware, j B (
CS3 I
Railroad Famishing, I
Wlieelbarrowe, Flckf, Sbovele, j
Anvils, Vlcce, "Wreneliea, &c. I
Manufacturers of every description of Wire Cloth and j
Work. aelß-a*s7-3m I
Hardware for Fall Trade of 1859. Arer
JEWETT & BUTJER, S
15 LAKE STREET, CHICAGO,
Invite the country Trade to the following: J _ IU .,
l<jToas Annealed Fence Wire—sssorted numbers. I
ft •*
ftOGU Kecs Nails—assorted sixes and brands. 1
IV*I lidlsShe-tlrou—awrted. I
;att •• •• .luniata--assortcd. I In I
** ** R. 0. I wbld
ISCVksShect Zinc. _ | _ Hl^.
Tin Plate, Copper Bottoms, PJvet* and Ears, Pig Tin I P nce
Bna».tsand Covers, Hater's Tooils, Ac. A complete as- I aad <
sortm-H. au I a36t-i 7 I x
1859 BOOTS AND SIIOES - — i l *^
tiniler A' Brown, ""
54 - -LA STREET. - -54 Sa
! Wc have received, acd have now in store, a large and wel I .
selected stock of I <
Boots, Shoes & Rubbers.
Which weareofferiogtothe I 1)<
FALL TRADE AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
Country Merchant* are InvlUd to give os a call, as we j
shallofftr treat t>arc*ln» to Prompt and Cash Paying Cuv I
tomer«. Ouras-ortmebtlsascompleteandwill be sold for I ~
as l»w prices a« by any I
JOBCLVU UOLSE IX XEtVTOBK OR BOSIOX.
l>ea'rrs will con«u!t their own interest by examining onr I
goi *lr before purely log elsewhere. Weareagenu for 1 Wot
' Kitchell's Copper Tipped Boots ard 6hoef, I
Of which weshallhavealarge stock constantly on hand. I
1 MILLER A BROWN. |
- auSOaafi-tm ai I
I>ISY
, Cooley, Farwell & Co., *«.
"Wabash. Avenue. • r
HAVE IN a-niRE A KKEJiK STOCK OF I
' Staple and Fancy Goods, I
BOTH FGCKIU.Y A\l> UOHESTIC,
Cheap for CaaU and Prompt Pay* j
, tmhlSl I
1559. Fall Trade. 1859.
Davis, Sawyer & Co.,
Importers and Jobbers In I «
; DRY GOODS,
_ llsve now in store a fresh and extensive stock of |
' Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
I To'
(Vimprising faH lines of seasonable goods of Cotton and |
Woolsn Fatirics. specially adapted to the Fall and Winter I
Trade, which will be sold at 1
XEW YOIIK ASD BOSTON PRICES, ,T1
m I
r- Ts caah and prompt jtclng customers. 1
1 DAVIS, SAWYER 4 CO., I 01
No. 42 .. • . Lake Street .... No. 42. I /
sel 3m j
JgOCKEE, PHILLIPS & CO.,
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, ~
No. iS South Water street, j I
orrsa roa sjili atthx lowx*t xiiixt nuczs I Jt
®fNX> Gals. Llnsee«l Oil. I
f.'.O " Winter Bleached Whale Oil. I
SO BMs 59 Alcohol. I ,
IP 40 " CampUene—Fre*h. |
IW ;o " Spt*.Tun>entine. I
M Tons Whlta Lead. In Oil. | p
tU p.b's Tanners" Oil. I A
*Y M ~ MaclilncryO'.l. | p
nt Toidber with a full assortmentof Dregs, Medicines, Col I
* or? » Vamlshce. auS Ito
FIELD, BENEDICT & Co.
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF I
a. Goods For Iflcn's Wear. I u
SI A S3 - Sonit Water St., Chicago. - SI k S3 |
Would Invito the attention of Merchants and Manufictu- I
. rers of Clothing of the Nnrthwrs; to th»lr strck now in j
u store forthe Fall Trade, feeling confident that tt will be 1 n
HE found superior to any ever before exhilbted In the West, I
par cuu»istUig In part ot I
Brosddocbs. Hoeeeir Beaven, I
Black Doeskins, President '* 1
Velvet Vegtinge, Cuter j
E, Costing Cloths, Bine Pilots, I
iiou Sentncky Jeans, Devon Kcrseyi, j .
ls * TWEEDS. BLACK AND FANCY CASSIMERES. | 1
WOOL sHIIITS A>D DRAWER'S, j _
? Tailors' Trimmings of evirs kind and variety. HT*An I
of our stock l« solicited. ocSi I j
is M. D. Gilman & Co.,
2a 1
:S- 153 South Water'st. 153 ;
Un I
>oi° cniCACO, ILLISOB. I
rt. I 1
M.D.GiLuas....W.C. D. Gaassra....M.A.Faawxii. 1
■O We haw now in store, and are dallr a full sad I
—— compute Mwua of I
u - GROCERIES,
Composed, in part, as follows, to which we Invite the at- I
tention of the trade: I
'O. I
70 do New Orleans do I
300 bbls Chicago Hefined Sogar« I
31— 350 do New 7ork do do I
swest 75 bags Old OoveramH Jara Coffee, 1
l!t t. 195 do Isagnint Cofioe* j
350 do Hio do -j
rhesu 25 do LfXocba do I
100 bbls New Orleans Blolassest I
■ 100 do Oaba do I
75 do Sngar Houso Syrup,
FEE. 100 do Golden do I
75 do Portland do I
300 hlf chests Green and Black Tea I
gn- 150 bx Sawyer's Whito Erosive Soap I
100 do Josse Oakley's do do I
gn- 300 do A 1 Palm Soap, I
100 do Star Candles, j
r .i. r 49 do Sterino do I
„.su 49 do SZoold do
- Tobacco, 1
ISO do Chewing do I
wet. Slsbntts do do j
150 fancy eaddios do I
110 SI Imported Cigars, 1
g-rgft - 50 jars3Sacaboy Bnof& j
575 boxes Oswego Starcb, I
35 bags Pepper, !
35 do Spies, 25 boxos Clotoi,
35 cases AlNntmegr, 1
49 tc9PrimoHico, 300 mts Cassia I
7Sbxsa"rimoCodfi«li,
175 hf bbls A 1 White Fish, I
' c °- 199 bozos Scaled Herring,
SU- 176 do A 1 do
c CO. 194 bags Dried Apples,
35 bbls Zante Currants,
t co. 198 boxes Z*ayer
"T77T" 576 do SS.lt. do
koa" 98 hf bxs do do
\ 300 coils IganiHa Jnte Sopo,
3 Jl e 475 reams Wrapping Paper,
375 bales do Twine,
hoiee u3 bbls Pure Cider Vfnegar,
k co. 120 do Dairy Salt,
TM V 350 boxes Pipes,
it w. r »w«
aSSfcoUHaU »ouetis. ;
BOOTS AND SHOES Q 1
Nctle
ajhaa
Sew Vork and Boston Prices. '** n^
_ Warra:
DariS) sawyer«iO j ;
IX CHAMBERS 4.2 LAKE STREET. I
Ovirthelr Dry Goods Departmaat. have a hearr itxk of
Bovu and Alioes, dir. ct from the most popular maonacn*
Krs.comprismrffo -dscf th- Dastd«»lrablestv»ejsndq3*i* D
ltle#, adapted tw the Fall and Wister trade, all of wtka
-will be sold at prkttt that will &
Defy Competition !
Ether In this or Eastern market*, and the foods war- I
ranted to girt saiUfactloa. naraj
vjyis, sjn'rao » co., J
._ Warru
No. 42 .. « Lake Street .. . . No. 42 »
TTarra
telaaosp B
COSIETHIXG NEW!!!
0 SiITGHELL'3 PATENT j
Metallic Tipped Boot and Shoe. wa«a
AntoproTesenthasbccn sppl!(dto Bootsand Sbo*.by I VTaitx
which «Omt Savte* to Expanse U made. Every &>ot | »
audSh«>« Dealer knuwsihsl Cailur».n will wear ontattie | «a.*n
t(jeib*.beetoou«trucled*hoelnfoßrto»l* weetJ, and that I ■
it haahttherto defied theskl'Jof manufacturers to obviate I warra
UiU dlfflsulty. Wana
THE "METALLIC) TIP,"
f Tereoraea lu A saiail piece of copper Is neatly I t
fastec««tothetoeoflheßdotur&noe a?ordli.gaeompitte j
j.»otecliontolt,anil renderlnxthetfimsoftha mostlnret- j {
craie stamper Ineffectual to kick or wear It cot. | Warn
tt'e praKatthi* Invention w.ththe faliest know.erpe or I ]
and experience In Ua Practical Utiilt?. tiavlnic now for 1 ]
mrly two yeais been subjected to tbe severer tests, it has I \~±r*x
br Its mm Intrinsic merit*, actually rarmounted every <«b- | j
ioctlonthatcouldnoulUy be brought against it,uthe ac- l
T > B ,p«n\ingc-rtln ,> at^f.» h ' f>> cf has- | ,
dredsofothsrs. will abundantly corroborate. We have no I VTam
liesttatlonin nyinr that tbe MetaiUc-Tlpprd Slwe Is des- I ,
tloedtnenUrelysupereede.forCLlldreaaftd Youth, theold I \^«rra
uy!e; anl we wcaitkr It a aoJcrate statement, ti.it one I ,
pair of the Metallic Tips wlil outwear two tothree pain of j -Warra
the <dd style, making a eavief of nearly two udrds In the I
expense of shoes. j Wim
MESS OS. WIDSWORTII AND WEUS,
OF CHICAGO, W4JT^
Hate been appointed Aeenta for the sale of the Boots and I
t<noea.aadareauthorized todispuMof Town aud County I VTam
addressed to them or the undersigned j Wim
I will receive proper attention. I
i m rww iw MCKINNEY St CO, Warn
I 4S and W Boston. Mas*. I
I If. B.—'This invention Is a compete projection the I VTa-ts
I cut tins of tbe Prairie Grasses, and I* e4|*da!ly ariapu-d to I
I Mlner.use, andalloccapad«ns wtilch
I the toe of the boot or shite to b-lng cat nr w.irn. JagcM-It I
ISSO. Fall Trade. 1859.
I I TVarr
HATS, CAPS, FURS, &c, lZ
I I Warr
Benedict &, Farnam w * rr
I I W*arr
I «ITI SZKOTZO TO |
I I
98 .. T.Agg STSSfiT. . . 58. Wijt
I Where they offer to good prompt paying customers a | Wjkn
j lv*e and desirable s-ock of tbe above goods on favorable I
I terms and allow pilots. I arT
jJL BENEDICT foelaSslSml E. T. FARNAM. I >VirT
BOOTS AND SHOES --
| | Wan
At Wholesale. 1 Wan
WHIPPLE, ALLEY & BILLINGS.
1 Manufacturers and Wholesale Deakaa in I
1 I war
Boots, Shoes and Rubbers, w „
I 189 SOUTH WATER-ST., CHICAGO. I War
I Arc now prepared forthe Fall Trade, with an unusually I
I LirjesU<kofgoodssui'.edtotheW^teniTrade,wh;chwill I
I b< sold for cash, or prompt pay. at Boston and New York I ** ll
I Jobbing Prices. The attention of Western Merchant* Is 1 \\-jr
1 calledto our*tock of MEN'S KIP, CALF, AND TIIICE I
I BOOTS, of oar own manufacture and warranted. La- I
I dW, Mlms. and Childrrn'a Work, from our macu- I War
I tittory In Brighton, Maine. I u
1 in this class of goods we can furnish style* and qtallUei I
I which cannot b« lound elsewhere In this market; an.l In I Wv
I prices wecanifveour cost&metsthe benefit of the profit |
■ I and commissi' ns usually paid to Jobbers at the East. e I
I can *lso. Int tw goods, furnish ANY SIZES which may I a '
, I l«desirtd. giving a great advantage to those who are " sort- j
I lngnp"theirstock. We are a«ent3 for I
mtclieirs Copper Tipped Boots and
I Shoes- I
GEO. E. CONGDON, U.
Wholesale Dealer In Wll
1 _ j Wi!
Boots, Shoes & Bubbers,
• 32 LAKE STREET,
r I Cor. Wabash ave., (up-staln,) over Tattle, Hibbard & C«>-, I
• CHICAGO, ILL., I xtu
I WouldinvitetLeaUentlcrof country dealer* hi* stock I
I of Boots and Shoes for I Wa
FALL AXD WIXTEIt TRADE, I
I Comprlsinca fall ass.>rtm»nt of Men's Double and Half 1
. I I>ouble Sote Krrncb Calf. Kip and >tn*y and Bro- I
I rmi». Also, lilies'. Mt*e» and Children's Heavy and Tine j
I work of Eastern mvmfartnrt. _ , I
I 1 anialiKmianufacturingczpruulyforuicWesternTnde. I
I a Prime Custom-Made I
I CALF, KIP AND THICK BOOT. I
I I Allof which I *11! sell vxar low for Cash, ortoprompt I
' I paying men on short time. sgU-aUl~tm I
0 O P P E R TOE.— Iw„
, Mitchell's Patent Metallic Tips
| —ron— | Wi
BOOTS AND SHOES. W:
' WADSWORTH & WELLS,h
I 'Wholesale Dealers In I .
BOOTS AND SHOES, U
, GO LIKE STREET, CIIICACO, IW.
I Arctheexelusive owners of tb'.« Patent into and for the j W
| Mates of Wlflconslo, lowa and Minnea<>ta. and will d'.spose I
I cf exclusive town or county right* t» defers for the side or I »
! I maimfadurc of Boots and Sho«* with Metallic Tips applied. I
J 1 InsaidSutes. And are also lite sole atfent* forthe sale of I »*
I Town and County ltlghu Into and for the State of lLiuol*. I
» WADSWORTII & "WELLS w
I \VIII keep, In connection with their other general stock J W
I A Complete and Full Assortment I
OF METALLIC TIPPED BOOTS AXD SHOES.
I. I And will also keep the Metallic Tlfi to supply the demands I fs
I ofmanufacturerslnthese Stat<rs, atprtces re<ularly esta.»- I u
I Patent«>es,asdtruniwluchnodeviaUonlsmaLe I
1 lathe CnitedStates. , ... I
I AlHnfrlnjrementsofthelrrightslntLlsPitcntwall>edea.t j
I with to law. spo ly I
JgOOTS AND SHOES. M
FOR THE FALL TRADE, 1859. |
I WehaTe we'l selected stxk cf j L
BOOTSANDSHOES. h
. . j Comprising all varieties *u'.Wd to Country and C/y Trade, | ii
5 Ito which we would ea'.lth' 1 attention of Western Merchants. I Jj
I We are prepared to supply tltc tride with Ia:
J- Work of tbe Best Quality,
ON FAVRABLE TERMS AND AT LOW PRICES. _
I Dealers who have heretofore made ihe'.r purchases in j J
j Ka#terncsar keU,orintenddolnsso, arelnvited to examine I
I our stock and convince themselve*. as we now assure them, 1 a
j That we are able to compete folly with 1
I New Tork or Boston Jobbers. I I
I We are agents forthe sale of Mitchell's Patent Metallic j j
I Tipped Boots and Shoes. t
I DOGGETT, BASSETT 4 IIILLS, 3
rs No. 2S. LAKE STREET. So. 2S. .
4 ~* j [aula alt: 3m] /
'il I BOOTS AND SHOES- ,
C. M. HENDERSON & CO, '
I M«tufactur»rs and Wholwal. D.al.rSi
I .V«. 4G £«A« Wr«f,
I iriTi 01 SiXO A UISI IXD BZ3IBABL9 IT OCX 0'
I * Boots and Shoes,
j AudwuuU invite the special atxotion of bnyen to tiisi
crsros hide kip isu thick boots,
I Which are of a very superior QuiHty and toewr
e lt . particular. apll ly<7M
I We an Agents for the tale of
1 Mitchell'* Patent Motallc Tipped Shoe*,
I Of which we have a fall stock.
crMy-HS C. M HENDERSON*CO.
RAWSON, BARTLETT & CO.,
foe, 1 juxCTicmnt an
J WHOLESALE DEALHBS
1 BOOTS SHOES,
j No. ti....Like street, Chicago, 1iL...N0. 55
1 We would respectfully call the attention of cltya^dcfrns'
I try Merchants to onr ex*.en.*lve sixt of Boots and J>hoe«
I wn'ch we havecowln «ore. and are daily rrfeiTirjt from
I our Factory in West Boylston, itas*- which of a
_ I fdUiaaortmentof our Cn.xiaaTir> Crsioa-Maox 1 araa
"ca 1 Kir. A Canr, and Gaaur Watxa-Paoor Boers; toirether
fl -n I with a fuj stock of all rtytea of
. I FALL AlfD WINTER GOODS
I of the best euality and mannticture which we are prepared
| t<> fell for CASH and to Prompt Paying Trade at btwion
I and New Yora Jobbing Prices. _ _
I Wc are Agents for the sale of MltchelTs Patent MtlaJc
I xij, Boots and shMS. of wnlch we have a full stock.
1859. Fall Trade. ISS».
BOOT, SHOE AND HUBBEE
Warehouse.
I HILL, ORANOBH 8c CO_
1 33 - - ■ Lake Street. - - - 33 |
>*i I Corner Wabaah Avenue, Chicago, have now la store and
I arereceivlnr every week large additions to their stock, the
| kind* cf custom m^le
BOOTS AND SHOES.
I .u!lableforMen.Boyi.TouthSjWotßen,Mlsse»,aadChUd.
I ten's Wear which we offer at Wholesale only to cash and
I T*«BDtpaylngtradeatthelowestpo#lblemarkstpricea.
I
MgOOTS AND snOES.—
I Low Rents, Low Prices.
„ PEARSON & DANA,
I IS4 LAKE STREET,
I {lavtng K-Uued the OLD 9TA2CD at about on*-third of
I the former Rent, are now offering
I AT WHOLESALE ASD RETAIL,
i I Tbe beet and eheapertßteekef Boots and Shew ev" offer.
rknst. 1 edlnOfcleece. c>ll nA eriaime. sirt^n»-ea
Corporation jloticea. j
H ity OF CHICAGO. TT:
\J City Collectors OBce. Octcter 11th. IM. iVI
Nctlce is heraSy givtathat th* foduwlig wairaatsare la
ayhaadsfureoheotlon: .?f
>»anants;«,ic»iA— far graveling S«*th scact troa the c:
road war o* gute tre ruad»ay of tae A?- j
_ cLerrcid.
Warrant 317. enieidls; DUrrrrrctf, CC f:«
tie ecntre or tie tract cf and knowa rr" r 3
H~--ri.-j.-Vjc in the e«Ltre of tha ® *f.
betweaaTwelnhaidNortneu«ets.fnjSißjdejttett
Easttoa iU.. w&icu wUI Intersect a line run la a Tit. *<.
straight Southerly dlraction to the Weat lice of Indl
ana^venu*.
Warrant JlB, S'»uth—fw extending Springer streef, frcm its ~ y
present Wa)tcrnterßtlnuatsinarksuect,ortbewld!n
aai in a straight Uaewuh that cart of ayrtnger sire.: i~"f'
already fcper.ed, &***/ *
TTaxrant Sl9, fl'J'jg Rlngguld Place from tha CJfrf i
West tire of Douglas Avtane westward 90 tUi *i»o
Dc>a;la* Avruue m»D the Nunh One of ttlaggoid Tz ~" .
Placa oue hundred end rlghty two lett.
Warrant *3O. South—Fortli* exteaeum of Palo Alto anl
Monterey streets In EasKriy fraa rrftrr;
Don«las Aresce to Lake
WaiTantjJl.Scuth—Fors'dewalkcn both sides of Finnel
strert from ArctivrKoad to Wentwoitn Avenue. "!* ri
Warrant 3J2. Suuth—Fcr sidewalk on North eld* of Old s*?^
>trvet.treaSutesuvrttoSouUißfacch«rKlver.
Warrant, rsssoutn—Per »id<waU:c.a East side of ~ ,
AvenwfnisxHebbanlCourtto Pesk Court,
WamuitsM, buoufui oa W«t side of Clark
strte:. fn»n Harr.scn street to Polk urart.
Warrant3i.SM)ttti—Forsidewalkon West side of State \?i
jtrtet.frwnj Luestrecttu Madisonsueat. / .^ w .
Warrant S34,scuih— Fursldewalk on South side ef Polk .ir, '
streeLtrvm rut-street to Edina Place.
Warrant 557. &uuth—For sidewalk on W«st tldecf Wells ~ ~~~~
street, from Washington stmt to Maiison street. ' I 'T?
Warnu.tSi». South—Forsidewa'a on South aideof Jack* I
son fn>:n Clark street ta Grtswold street. -"r- '
WaßantS.-9,South»For sidewalk on Westside of Calumet . • i
Avenue from Riarguid Pace to Monterey street.
Warrant Jju. Soctlt—Fur 4dewala on North side of Most*. *' u^* '
rey street.frou Calumet Avenueto Prair.eAvenun. ,
Warrant SIL, South—For aidcwalaoa South s:de of Com
m«J\e street, from State street to Archer Hoed.
Warrant sal South—South for sidewalk ou West side cf ~
HutTerfield itml. uum Old street to tbe Archer v>
Road, * , 1
Wanau szx Scuth—For sidewalk West sUe of Clark Urevt f' •
Irom North streetto swuth >L-e«l. Jf.'ff™
Warrant SM.s«a:h-For AJewali on both aides of State
1 tree'.from Twelfth street to Archer Rood.
Warrant33A,>«>uth—Forsidewalko# EastsUleof Dearborn ®'
street, from Arch r Road to Old street. t • • .
Warrant S3€. South—Por sidewalk on South side of Bridge Sl''m*«
street, from orute su*rt w LMallestr. et. "T®
Warrant S3T. South—Fcr sidewalk on Ei*t side of Edlna *' "L
Place.from HarrjonsinßcltoTayiorstreet, C"*' r
WiTTant3-4. South—Forsidewalioa W«atslddOtßutter
field street, from Archer Road to South street,
Wanants»,nouta—Per sidewalsoa Wertsidecf Purple *'°r.~s
street. fTJmAqier Rom to Gre'Vestretf. T"'.
WarrantSJO, Souti—For ddewalk on Swutftcide ofHar* "«»•;
mun Court, from State itrvctto Waba»tt Avenue. L ;
WanaatMLSouth— Foraldewalk on S«uth aideof Ceo- ,™.
cerce stnxt, front AsAnr ttoad to Stewart Avenue. {"*• •
Warrant J<i.SouUfc— PofMUwalkoa East side of UoUs n ~i.
street.frwa Polk
WarrmtSU, South—Forstdeeralkoa t\ estsideof Frank-
Uartr«ct.fnimLakeptn:ettoUandoipastreet. , -.vt...
Wa--rant 411. Wejt—Fur I;ruling DeK»ven street, from the
cenueof H*Ktedst«vt to the centre of BAchstrect.
WarrantsSS, West—torgr*vei;n<C»nai-treet, treoNorth Umi
line of Washington street to North line of\aj liurtn
Warrint 4St, West—Forsldewa!k on North aide of Wash- _
InftonAvcuue,jrota KeubenstreetuCentrestmt I
Warrant 4i». We#t—Tor sidewalk on Suuth sldeof *u.tun I
streetfnun PeeKstrerttoSheldOD stmt. I i>n<
WarrantlA West—For»»dewaikouSuuth»ldecfMltch«H W 1
strwt from Jeffersoo street to I'nioa street. I C
Wamni4lt, West— fcor sidewalk oaV estslde of Morgan I b<*r,Te
street,lVwc: WashufTcnstreetto Lake»tre«t. I Un,va
Warrant4JT.West— porsidewalkunSouthsldeofMllwaa- J r.cij
kee Avenae.irwn* Reubeastrcet tu Woodstreet. I
Warrant 43g. West—For side«*alk on South »Ule of Wash- j t«nden
tn**.jn A*enue.:r«m Ketii*nstr«lto Woodstreet. I <■■■». l.
Warrant^,West—PrirsrdewalkonEastaideofE.ixai*tli j tlieoS
street, trom Klnzle street to Owen attevt. I
WarraniWX West—ForsidewaiSva We>ts.(Jeof CoreeLa I the n
street, from Lake street to owea street. j a.a'.ns
Warrant 441. West— For siuewalkon E**t side of Reuben | <i*tan
sfret. from Madisonstrvctto Chicago Avenue. | writ t
Warrant 412. West—For sidewalk on w«sts d« of Rjbey | vou,t!
street.from Lake.tra tto llar.isou I f,, r «u
Wan*i!t443. West—For sidewalk on north side of Fulton Iflit d;
•treet, (rom Moqpui streetto Elizabeth street. | Hou«
Warrant w e»t- ior s'.d«walk on ex-a side of Wood I *#nib«
street, from Lake street to Chicago avenue. | pi.mi l
Wanact 445. West— Forsldewalk on we-tsldecf Reuben | (i»,
ktrceU from Lftk«strvet to LrtvlsK n street. I tln.ar
Warrant +M, West—ir'or Adewaiic on north sld* of Fulton I dent
strc«;t.frum IteuleastnettoCentrestroet. 1 MiUfi
Warront44T, West— For»ldewalko.. bcth«ldescf Kramer I ju»]
stivet.ftomJeff*«onstrvctto Utionstrect. I - ■■ —■
Warrant44o. Werf—Foriidewalkcnbeth sldesof Dotuold IT)
atreet.fromJefferson»treettoUn!uustreet. | l\
Warrant44V, West—For *idewale on west side of Sholto I -A L
Arret, from Eleventh street to Taylor strvet. 1 —ln '
Warrant West—For sidewalk on north side of Polk I Circu
•treet.from blue Island avenue to f.ucker street. | «ly, J
Warrart 461. West—For sidewalk on both sides of Lake I Arch'
atrect, from Robv street t*» City Limits. I t:har
Warrant Ci. We*:—For sidewalk on east side of Green I ler.—
rract. from Jackson .treet to Adamsotrect. I ? Pn
Warrant«U. We»t— on north aide of Jackson |
»'rc*t,from HaWed strretto Peoria«trre». I Cnar
Warrant 464. vfest—For sidewalk on east side of Peoria I snce
street, from Malison street to Jack«oß»trvct. I c » u **
Wanan: W, West—Forsldewala on west sld»»f Hal*ted I Cour
street, from Maxwell street tu Wright street I at m
Wrrrant Aie, West—For sidewalk on tut side of Wood I Tf.N
strvrt. from Lake rfre- tto Matllsou itrevt- I thefi
Wana-M 437, West—For sidewalk on wnd »ld< of Wood | Houi
street, from Madison street to Wa»lur.£tur> street. | 0.1-
Wavant 4i% A est—For sidewalk on we»i ude «<f Juhascn I fdd 1
street, fr--tu Twelfthstrettto Max»*«-U street. I land-
Warrant 4Jj. West— For sidewalk on west -ide of Peoria I «;uar
»tr»«t,fromliandolplistreett«> Mitwau*ev aimtie. | nortf
Warrant 46"*, West—For.ldewalk on i««le«if ll.'tjy snd | aero
L'.slc street, from MauL»oa«treetto >ac»sou street. I '•nir
Wanants'il. West—For sidewalk 0:1 b»iths!de!»of Adams I noitl
sueet,frt>m Cai.aistreet to llaUtedstfeet. I nu>r<
Warran; West— For ilJewalk on «ual side of the South- I (*<3
wcsUraPUnk ltoao,froiu Van Burvnatreetto Madi- I
son street. I ® a [!
Wanaiit lUJ, west—For sidewalk on west tide of Paulina I« «»
stret-i. fn»m Chicago aveauu to Owen street. I ha.f
Warrant «t>4. West—For sidewalk onsouth sideof Williams | c *'' r - 1
street,fr<>m Blue Island avenue I < n '
WarratHij, West—torsldewalkoa nortn&i.Ucf Tweifti I >n
ftireeC fro:u Morgan stmt to llalsud stteet. | ran**'
Warrant 4»«. We<— For sidewalk on north side of Cat ha- I t'>i't
line street, from Jeifcrsun street to I'uiim street. | desc
Warrant 467. est—k'urs.dcwoikon nurth <>f Meagher I M*t<
sUert.from Canaistr«*t to S:ewart avenue. I ® c>t
Warrant West—KorsldewalkonnorUtside of Bunker I ti<es
street.fromCll'iUm»treel to l»r»pl»lnesstreet I
Warrant 167, North— For widening Indian* stmt In front I f n*t
fi :>luck eight, in Uutier. Wright A Webster's Addl- I •"'i'
tion to Chlciga, sothatthesoiue shall cunerpon.l to I
an<l beut the vime width as said Indiana struct on I
each side ot tai l block ; al«o, for widening th« aliey | *-L
running aastand westthroushlhecentre.'f■oidlll.xi I ' w *'
' so that the same shad be of theuniiorm wldih ot Id 1 f. c 'i
fret. I
Warrant t«S.North—ForgravellrgNotth L'iark itmLfrom I rl
north lite of Chicago avenue to north linuof Nunh I
WanacuftT North—For grading, curbing and graveling t T l ."
Raeh street, from ncrth line rif North Water street to I
south euro line of Cb'cafu avenue. I A.
WarrantKn, North—For graveling Michigan street,from I J**'
r the west line of St Llalr rtieet to the north lir.e of j ts,m
pianke>t r«ad»ray ct North W*ter street: a>o. the 1
• wln*s aIM. Ciair.tm:t,lromthenorUnineofXithl- I
ran stm t to the ruad«ay of North Water street SO 1 . A
feet wide. I
Warrant 171. >»ttb—For »:iiewalk on soyth s!de cf Clr- 1 Jiy:
t><unie^vc3Ti«,frvtunonhavenueto r*nefiirldare&ne. i l
1 Warrant 111. North—F«.rsioew»lkon west.ideor MoLawk I ea ~
atn-et.fromClyt*'Umeavenueto North avenue. I
Warrant 17?.North—F«'ra:dewalkounorihside of Chicago j •.
worrMt?. n^i™rSi— f»rsESwaTkonbothi.llesof ilurlbg I j\
>treet.from Nortnarenue to Willow street. j tiv _.
Warrant l7S,North—Forsidewalkcnbotksldesof Pleasant 1 v_
strert-lromVeddersireettoDivision street. I fi '.
Warrant 17ft.?«orth—Forsidewalkoa east side of FrankLn 1 Au
street, from North aveuueto Green street. I r„ r
Warrant 177, North—For sidewalk on east aide of Orchard I -j.
. street, trom Division street to Vedderstreet. |
Warrant 17i, North— For sidewalk on both sides of St. I t (11
M ichael street, fr«cn Wisconsin street U> North are- I
WariMt'lTJ, North— Forsidewalkonboth sides of Ualnes I
street, fp'tr. North avenue to Centre street. I
Warrant North—ForsiJewalk uncastsldeof Franklin I J[.,
• strict, from Chlcueo avenue to DUislou street. I J
Warrant Isl. North—For sid-waik on «*art side of Clark I T .l
street, i rom Chicago avenue to City Cemetery. I
Warrant lis. North—For sidewalk on snuth side of Oak | .j nI
stnet. irom Clark to Marktt street. I rlll
, Warrant 153. Noith— Forsiiiewalk «>n ea-tsidenf Slohawk I J".
street. fn<mClTb«nrne avenue to North avenne. I
Warrant i>4. Noith— For sldewa/t on north side of Oak | ».
street. ft..m Clark street tu Market street. I t)
ie Warrant loS. North— F«>r sidewalk on eaats.de of Larrabee I .
»e street. fr«m North avemicto Centre rtmt. 1
it Warrai.tl:<>. North— For sidewalk <>u west side of Grace I rr i
d. (treet.fr»u Ihvlsion streetto Vedderstreet. I { *
of WamuitlS7.North—Foraxdewalk ou wi< aide of Se<?g- I
a. wick streeufmm North avenue to Centre atreet. I
Wanaat t«, Korth—For sidewalk ca both sides of Mo- 1 j
hawk street, from North avenue to Centre street. I
Wsrrant lss. N-'rth—For s",dewalk on east side ot Haw- I
tnorue street,fruuLarrab««:streetU> DiviaionMreeC I .1
:k Warrant IfO. North—fr'orsd"w«lkon «outh sideof Wl low IJJ
street, frvm Larrabee strvet to Orvhant street. I c a
Warrant 6. North aud West—For widening the North I d
Branch of the Chicago Kleer af> as to afford a channel I ]
n of fifty fi-etunthe bottom and Boles* than seventy- I M.
fire f«et at low water mark. I ai"
All Per«jns are forthwith to make payment of I 15
»ald Warrant* at my office, or the same will be collected at I tb'
->- Ue costand expeaaeof thepersona liable to the pavment of I(\
tie *aid As*e«*aienis. A. F.C. MUELLER, IA.
ocl3-o<7--.V>l City Col ector. l o r
- Tssessjiext notice. j?
CUT Clerk'*Offlce, Chicago,OctoberSfi.lsM. I Jfl
• puMlcnotkeUherebygiventoallpeaonslaterestedlhat I
the Cotnciis-ioner appointed by the Common Council of tne I
c!tv of CM<-a«o. to attest the sum of One Hundtvd and I c j
Fifty Doiur* epon ti.e real estate in tlie Wfct I'iv ilnu J
di-*m«dbenefitted l-y and te»erlnKthe 4l:ey ia I
cf Lot«, blo.k 34. Schuoi additloa WCh-cago, ha« 1 k<
comp!e.«d hlaasaesitntnt and made return thereof to my I )n
ofli t. I ie
Ary person appeal from aaid aaeesenent cuit I „|
filethdrobjectien. in wriung. in my office on or before I H
it, Mondav. ti.e 7ta «iay of November, laW, at 7 o'clock r. w., 1..
jis the Common Council will, at that time. In the Couae:i I
Uoors. hear all object bins u> Mid wissnmeat. and revise I c ,
A SSESSJIEXT ROLL. £
S. y"~\ a description of the r-al estate ta the We«t I>ivl- I
1- siun «f the city uf Chicago, deemed benefited by P.ictictr Ic
and AKey tnrungh 1 ot 6 in Block 24. ; cho«-l I
ine Sect.on Additl.n W Chicago, with the va.uatlon thareor. I _
•m, and the sams or mor.ey»ev e ra.ly assessed theretm for I -
fits, by I (
th SCHOOL SECTION ADDITION TO CHICAGO. j j
Own«- 0f • S.Lot, Lot. BTk. VaTn. Ass'nt. j J 1
Tie tvoswe'l Carter 1 6*« ** V
J
SWavman 3 a*« S4 3u«) L5iM J
Mrs.ica'.t « Ui Si 1,-sO WW I *
_ «Ktfi<-10? Total tiy.'tO j I
rpiiUSTEE'S SALE. Whereas, h
S JL GcorjeA.GU.lsanJAaa:kM. Giil*. h'.s wife, on j t
3* the i.lset*enth «lat of May. A I>. 1454, ex-cut*? aud de- I t
L*ertdtothcundrrv l tt k 1 t
of Trust of that date fcr the premises Orscr«*d t
toaocurethep.yment uf t-nthousanddf-llarv a-xvM to I j
U»e lentr and itf»;t "f ivu rertala bil.s of exehojr* mor- j \
tinned and described ir. said d.td of trust, and wbrn said I j
ir« dee<l •>: tru.t *asfi:<d fjr '.nthe U»eoe er's otfire in 1 1
' and for the County of Cook, la the Stateof lil:aji«, on the I
Slttdav of M-»v, A. D.lsil,and »*asre<a»rdedlnbook No. |
htof dfe-X<"n*pa«»lS?.±c.,ash?taJe'. la the tertlfictfe I
.of the Recorder duly eudors»don thebackof nlil deed <-f •
•°* trust; and. wb.rca*. »:• fault ha* been made by the said I
Georg-A.Gibbsto pmtect and pay the said U.L« of «x I
tbaiiiieW Wa.l*wt,rth A Shcidin. We payee* named in said |
bill* of exchanjre.ortnthe holders or _said btls of ex- I
ihM chanee accordinr to the terms of said d-ed o' tru.»t ard or l
said Iblla of exchange, and the aamestblivmala wholly bue I
L and unpaid; and. whereas,said detd of truatwa*r*vi>ed. I ;
' renew 1 c and confirmed by a certain deed of conveyance
nrt made and executed br the *ld <J«crre A.
;m with HL-am A. Tucker sad ECen M. Tucker, hU |
wife, to the aaid Mark Skinner, whicli ml* deru I
bear* d*te the tw«r.ty fifth day of Mar, A. P In*, and
wasdn.'y filed for rec-rd la the He.orders Ottief in sn.l I
>•*, forthe County of Cook aforr*Ud. on the twea:y -r%t uar |
of June. A. J>. tn nook of dr«os No. l.»,
on pare SIX as appears bv the Recorder's certificate »n
--:a dorS on tbe back of said d»ed. And. whereas th • legal
hwdersof tad bUlsof exchanre luvu made arpUeaAk>n to
me to sell the premlvs mentiow t in said dee 1 of trus-,
and said dce«l of conveyance reviving an l renewing the
samea«afore<ild. , .
>..w. therefore, L the «aid Mark Skinner, d» hereby r.ve
co'lc - thai tn [•urx uace of pjwerve«ted In me bv thea-cre
satd deeil«, I will, on the twelfth day of NovecVr, A. l>.
ls ».sellat public auction at theNorthd-orcf UieCourt
House in the rUv of Chicago, in the county of Cook and
1 C «tate of liLnois, to the highest bidder for ca*h, the fo-owiag
d'*criDC«l pn ivity aai cjem'«e».slt}ate,lylar and teing in
tbeeoucty of Cook ana btate of iLinols. and known and
beic* the West thirtyJS>i acres cf the
•rrrra. North baif of the Eart half of the Northwest, qnwur
•hoes of Section fifteen (15) la town thirty-nine <«) North, In
from principal merid-an. to
-lof a eoher with ail the hernlitamtU. tenentenia and appurte
m* thereunto belonging, »sd becetU sjm e-;u.ty of
■ether «.:empttoa of the grastoTs named in said deeds of oonvey-
MAKK SKUreEg. Tn.w,
"VTOTICE TO CREDITORS AND
named persons have
•talk BledlntheCountyCourt of Cook County, elalms «*'n*t
the -states of rt. ceaseJ pBMW, as follows, to-wtt
Lindner and Jobvn LmdntrTs. JamesCarney, JohnOson
rrk vs.neL*Olson.LasamsFriedaiants. Jarres O Ponoghua.
rj> Samuel M. Berr»v*. Samuel P. Sklr.ner. E-iwarcs
andEdwardM.Edwardars.Ctas. B. Klnz, wtkh d»nrs
we jet unadjusted. Now,unless the said dxms are forth-
B & with proven, or some good eau«« for e*r ttnuanw of the
M3ie&« shown to the Cocrt, the clamawiilbedUmiaseda*
provided bribe art of the Legislature of Illinois.s:
FebruarySLlSW. AU parUeslnUwtedlatheadJustment
of daimsagaiastths estates of deceased peno=*. are re
_ cuested to notice of the above, and be gov«raed accoru-
Dm inrtv Br order of'r.e I'ourt, __
' u. B. FA RW ELL. Clerk.
33 Chicago, liL, Oct. 35,1£53 ooataTM lw
S.SJ OTRASBURGH CELEBRATED
ZOUAVB OMTBHINT,
S .TfCTJJI/.Vf Oil.,
C **" And Shsmpoo Lotion.
Mannfaetnrfcd and for sale by GREESEBACM k.
S.—» IO Wert Rar.dolph street. Cllcmo. lIL, U also :Tor I »ai*
Wholesale and Retail by PENTON A
ecr. Dearborn, and F.iM. HOOKER, M We* Raadolpn
■treet, Chicago, aad by all DrtigglsUthroughout the United
gtatft ft-.i'.r-.iit'f stoo-as<»-daw<tn
A, "OUBBER BELTING. —The New
' 11 York Rubber Company Rubber M>
chine Belting, byanew ptociws, of superior streneth to any
benrtofore mada. and at las than half tbe cost of Lemiher.
.. . This Company are a~»o the exclusive ~uscer
i " r4er GoodTcar'* Palent." of Rubber Toys. DoCs, Ball*. Tenpins,
(Jarre and small) Ae, Ac. For nle at all the Toy and
L I Fancy bwrea 1b tbe Union. Catatogues aad Price Lists (by
* 1 thea*ewy)forwardsd,onappOeiZk>abylett«rtothsNew
>r offer- I York Rubber eocpamy, 46 liberty ftreet. New York.
U-6m 1 MiS-taaMn ''
l,cgal sUibertigtmentg. j
AiORTGAGE SALE.- Whereas, j Yt
Aieitaier Merrtil aad UarUtt ilmell, his wtfe, I
Davisoaaad Jujla w. Lavlaca. hIJ wlra. | £~*? e
Sid. cz a.a i-U day cf S«--umS:r. in lie y«»r of our =-* £
Lories? th-uaaij cgit huidjv- i-"i Zfiytzv. ageeub* j «" rc
deiW-r to 4ivm E. LeAVc-T.n a cer*-a.a deed of ****••
ttort*»*» ci's '—a j_v ir.: ctnWJ. to ie- *5r u
cur* Ud of ia« j ?*:» trc£il»«rv aotee, eaca of \~j'
e*«at*:« M..in»«i y. their laid mortal** A2a '
m»nUooed nd »:al -fil.il n>.r:me w»« *
.«df. r r*c;pi ia -« :< c-r* :<j-Cjo» cuuarr, 'no"
iMs.-is,la Uc<jk N. loe&c! jije cae,iasa:a .**??
Ol3Mill »u UM. annr..;> jnU a')".#-- Were OT I*l <1 A. D.
L aveaao th x\» us.c. : t lie lit I * bap
Gay of Apr 1, A. 1». Isi3, ura c« fault La»ta - bees •~* /1 -* la I c**o,
tae payo.e&t o: t£« cauU paid by mart- J for cm
pee.saldaoleibe.sunow aa pa»t due. New. therefore. I t^V«
jraauc sccea la hereby jivta th.«t la mm u* ace of and by I
Ttrtiieofthepo'er ia.aadlhe 'jy said cgrt«sca I e«v*r
cotif-rrrd, aaa for tbe purpose of p*>in* said notes. i t&aU I
on thetw*nty cay or I'e- efi.W, IS-*,at ! _
Ibe boar of tea o'co«l {a (1m forenoon of urn dar, at the | Th
norili kLx.r of the < *ourt House la the c.Uy cf i hleago, la I 4; <
tfie Couaty of Oook a-d Stile uf U, s«.i at pabiu aoc- 1 7 :
tics Ui U-ebluest tiwoec fur ca.«u,tae luLowiagdeicriied [ i j
premises, t.Vuate. lyia; a£d frelat la cf Chick«oL-i I t
tb« Cvsarr cf Cook.*rd Sl*l«of lUlaali, tzo*u u !«i 3 *
a ;-nLeri»a olMl»t3ll») ta BlocX aomMrwi Uilrty jxtli« I 4 1
Sciiovl>«cOoaAdu.t:uLU>Ciil=k»«, Nlof u.ti*xeprtxi)l- I *3
»».i la«»d il to<«Lher »U£i all »a- I j ]
caUr tli* tenements, hen-dltArecst% aad appunea-i2c«*. I 9
m.jtaatj btioßgag orlatnv *sd lilllia 1
r/ttmsdeQaltyof r»J«aj?t!oa of »*;< l A:eixod<T a. jUi- I
Hatv«v A. Dir'.tu&la aadu»»*lil premise. I
B. OODt>, AntpieeofßLa I 33:
<V3TisnT ± RUTXTUX. Att'ji wrlli* AWrfntrt- I 1
nPRITSTEE'S SALE OF VALU- T
JL A3I.S Rkal ErtAT* —Xotlc* Is tcrsS* glrtn tt»: I }'«
wjwu, lUub<aC!«Tel&a-la£d blswiT-. »cd Jolia I Sv
K. KaisfSLand Mary b'.« wife. Mr tt«lrc«itala De«d of I A.
Tia*:. executed t>a tu« dkj of July. A. L>. laTJs. on K«- I M
ccralaCoOk Couatj* lleeurdi.didcta«ey to me,tteuodrr- I Jac
sljaed, ka TnuiM, th« pre®L«« sad real hereinafter | -J
--««-crt6ed tA tecum tbepaTme&t of tbetas) of T r*» Thtiu- I Tlt<
Mtd Ki*hl Huadred and Ei<nte«a i>ollar»aad JO c ota. »c- I Kui
cxd iif to tL« tern •of Cl«v« *ad aad Ri-*iu'» Wa I Ja*
i*:CaU>orTJuJjfm«it No?ei. ?iyai»L« cnu.e llth day I NaJ
cf iulr, A. D. i3i*. to K. t. Lima's onlrrw-.ih 10 p«rce&t. I r.
ltKrrat, but by»3aaltlaiie ma*ldTnst Lieed. «iUod«d I i>.
aay of the same BoaLb -k»t afortxJd. | w.
Nov.therefore.d f*a I ttuvloft-«ea aL*d« I 9n
of *a.d NoU# n.»Tlo l« berebT it!»en 10 all per»on* later- I Jar
t»:ed UjatayplicaUoabaw.nji Ws made toiaebv the| U.
h>-!i!rr ofnd iiutc* a orrcumtlooed lor tbe atle of »a-d I U*
rron'.s«.tliat I ahalloa Tuesday, tie day of .N> I J#r
*. R.twrß<xtet:»aUi<.at tea o'clock a. *.. by vlitae cf tb* I E.
?>«er aaa aUlbuhty cooferred BtxKi ma by su.d Demi of I y'■
niit, offer for aaleacdaclt to tl>e blfbeat bidder for ca*U I A.
at tif.Nortb Docrof tbet'vurtH»Uie.!athe city of TLka- I O
go.tLe prtm'eeadeacrlLed !a itdd of Tnii;-is follows: I U*i
l'art«.fouHotaaiiil><rforty-«Ubt[4SJ.lnit#l*axialTra»- 1 t,
tee*» Susdlvbion of ttCtloa »«vea iato»B»blp thirty- I
tlce [•■»].nnrtbraa<re fa»tof ibe thirdpr*n- Ilj
cisal mentiiaa. la tbe dtr of Cniai(<\ acd bocaJrd a« fol- I
lu»»: at x poiut la th<* cenre of L-iS« »trcet two I
buadrrlaadtbuty-oce feet wtetuf tLee»»t line of aenloo .
-«Tta iforwaid. renoiai thes.ee west alone the ceatm 'f I •, *V
1 *xid»:rceta.a«r.tSaefwt, thete* tsonh »aalin« panJe! I
uaiiUi»ea«tUie«f (widMtioa»eveatotbeceiitnsof »-ld I A -. )<
out !utfurty-«Vbt cottli acd Miulh. tbeare rt?t oa a line I "if
parallel w;tbiß«r centre of Lake «t--*et alnety-cise f**t f> 1 ' ,
tee wot line of a parcel or land »a;d by Cbarle* Caada to I
Wm. tbec.ce »outb oa llrU:c»* w«;»tlla< W Uic I ' <(t _
p!ac«of l>»£&aini. _ llt»
l>*\-d Cblcsuo. October tbe Seeecth, Oae Ttoaaaad | J- I *^
Elsbt Hnadmd aadt'ifty-Nlre. I J k "~
C. J. STOLBRASP-Trrutec. I
QTATH OF ILLINOIS, COOK I
0 COUNTY. SS L'OC'i County Cirmit Court. Norea- I
b<»r.Tenn.A.D.lsW. LymanElaioieandCorael.a»k.Jlar- I
Ua,Ta.alQfoal3.Collundea. wjcter K. Hatcb, P.mcUiT I wi.l
V.ULaaoian andCtuir:e»S.amltb. I
I*cbl;e !!• t!ce Li fcerei* riven tn tbe fal«J Sinwoa D. Cblt- I said
t*nden. Walter T. liaU-b. Timothy P. Cbatman aad I «r>t
Cljlxl'S a. iaiiib. tliat - wrllof atUchnxat l>»u«dcui uf I lata
tbeoficeoftbeCleitortbe Cook Couaiy ilicu'.t CVao. I pea
dated tbeSTtbdar nf SepSember, A. P.ISlXat tbe »«.t 0; I era
I tbe nald Lrmao Elmoie aad Coreelia.* li. Martla. ai d I ehai
j a.a'.c*l tbe'add defeadanta. for tbe »amuf tw» buadred I cab;
I dollar*, directed to the £b«ilff of co>'k County, wb.ib *aiu I
I writ tuts beea retjraed executed. Now, therefore, uni«»« I la
I tou, the hol.l defendauta. shall personalty be and appear be- I
I hire the and Coo* Coaa-T Circuit Court, on or before tie I ' I
1 fl.it day vf tibe aexttenn tber»vf. to V« bclde •at tbe Cvurt I 1
I Houselatbedty ofCblea«o. oatbethlnl ilondar of I .r^
I *eniber. A. D.IsM. ci*e spec'all-a;! and plead to the ■«lrt I
I piaunli'afc.Uf.n.JuJitaeatw.abeenterwl «dn..tjouand I
I U»fa»orof tbeaaia Lymaa&mons aad ton.eliuj K.Mar I
tin. aad so nucb of the prov-ertraitacbed as Bar be«aff- I «-«
d«ttu-aUsfythea»ldiud<ni-«and eA-t.. wl.l^be iwU f« I
I Hilsfyibeaai&c. »il. L.LUCKCH. Cers. I
Jusuca TmmPg'i Atfy. «w Ia d
Ti ECEIVEU'S SALE.—United
I IV' ptatcaof Amerio. Nortbarn PWrirtof I'.linoi*. SS. I »u
[ —lb Circuit ttetirt of ttaw UnlUd Mate, for the I »!i«
I Circuit aad Northern I>l»tr.Lt of Utiso s—Jonrrb H. Mur- I nf \
I dy, Juoepli V*. Nicholas, John Sbepaidtoii. I'. Ueaaett. I In i
I Arcb-.bald Tbofnp-ca and Jaiaes A. Tb-mj's.ia. I N
I irhanes U. Gautx-rt.Tree Wo«Mlbnryaad \Samn K. row. I en
I ler.—ln cbai:cery. ....... «• .. I
I l*ubHecvii»» I- Lrrr'-r jt'.vea 'bat I. J. Tll-len Mou.ton, I a»c
I Ke. »t*er ot tbe estau* and effects of the above nantrd I <«n
I Caarien 11. <fout«rt and Tnie Woodbnrr. w.d. In I tlm
I aace of a decretal order entered la tb« atcve «utUlr.l I COl
] c«u*e,oa tbe 19thday of >epten»lrr, A. I'. lu I
I Coart at the July Terra, A. IX ls*>. t«ere"f. h.l 1 Jut
I at iiul>ilc i« tbe r lor ca«n on tl.«- I
I TENTH daJSr November. A U. le-'-J. a* ten wclock. ia I I
theforcnc-SgEiaJddtT. at tb- r.crlU d.nir oftlie O.uit I
I I!oua<.lnt2SeftTOf cHlcarfw.Countv of t «-k. and ttate I 1
I of t'laola. aJlm*ritlit.utk-nndlaterestaaßveel»tr I I
I asJd p;cx«. or «f I
I land* to wit:—The we«t half <w S) cf tbj o-rth weM I
I quarter <n w !%> of se»-tioaM!V«n »»7j. towu
LOrth of mate two. w. »t. <n r S, w». co<.uiaine I
i acrca more or The c« r*.h U»'f (<. S> of *julh-w«l I «f"
I oairter l» w J*) of s«ctM o ti.ut»ka t« I.o.►«**'*U • ♦ I *•'*'
I nwtb n*ase t-«'. w), coutiwuiun ac»e« I "•
I mureor |*-.»: 'Therast t*lf «* S' of U.e »iWliwl (jaart«" |No
I (ae }<> of
I txirtb r*r>c« oae. w rt :. (r» rl. w> t«na!mi:,r «vbtyaci" I •
j more i>rUa»; aii «>: nax la?t«.e-<r.toil .acd imic* situated I
Ifa Omit Ollut.tr, Wumbv 1 !!. A! 4", the w»l iractloaal I * n^
I balf of ta« north we«t <;u»n«-r (w HiC S n w >♦> ar.d the I n»v
I tor.hwv-t frjCtli>naJ half of the nuthwe>t I'arti t I
in w troc H • » H" «'f «ct,. a n»r.-t.-«n ia »«. I
I la l«.wad.iu ninety nl«'* It w), nnnn ui I
I ran**e sit, ».>f. lu r*. w). ci.ntajt.iae one and I y
tt.irtyf..uras.deuht>twow.e hunvir.iltb* a»roa ; I »«'
1 descnt rd land l*in<rltuaied m Ahfrakre c» U!ity. In th- I "•«
I M&tcuf lowu A! ro. the »-.utn-w,.t q-tartrr-f tin-w "til- I •'»
I wot quarter of aectlon thm« (• whi • w - * *'*• '• J , , " , I
I tlie s««ithea»t <jiurteriie \»">of tne»o>»'hfa»t quatti r ««e j I '
I of"ectlcnfi«ri»eC»).andiDenwbeairtqnarter'>.ti.er«.ttl»- I"
I ea*tfiartercf «ect!ot> nlne^ne U-'f we*:oti•'» twn I
: I shty No.ninety-tw« (T.*i>n»»rtl»of rui»ep-iiu re *.% ia 1 I
,| BumUrfi.! weatof tb.-C.lu j nie«M-i*» (w I. I
I M >exceptic/al"t tr.arjularfjrac.ii;vcy«dbv d* - **! <» 1 <-* i
: I w.L. DuntoCwt. ri Co.-thvr< l-vtu «»«• i.un.Snd an l I ;»•
• I twenty a«re!»n.'.re..i tl,e al..ne .!.»CT.h«: ir.a. «e-v I "-'
IIS dd iaatdi* rl!«'dlar.d 1*1: •; >ituaird iin Vv.t»T'« «r.?y, I •
I theStatnni lowa Alw»l«it nurul er Sve ... •;a b.-»-:k tmm- I
, | hertwoi2;w,tbtfi!.".fpi.rt-r.aui.«-s:Ur».>v.,:ut!»evuj«et.i I * 1
, I Cu»t»evllie. andthe uudividedviobaif cflot m:n.o«r I*o I
I (i)i-. iiU-Uuiul«r four t.4> in the villa.'- «*f l aynrvM.e 1 »'
, I with the appurten.incev-a!l of <i!d la»t»rvnlwi vrvmlie» I
I Uli<*sltaaiiilintheC»>u*tyof Favetteaml ftaie- l lowa. 1
I Al*' v.»»i'>u» note*. a«oUM«,J'id(pn«nt«»ndntner eviden I
. I eeaof indelUdan-In fae.>rof C. 11. Gaubert 4 and I ""
r ! ftjrmlajf part of tLea.'«a«t» of »a!d Am. aud wb;eli nisy l>e I 1
, I examiiit dat tbe »ffiee of Uow A lfuLer, Attorn. y s No. i 1 »
. I Methodist Cburrh . , ~ . IV.
\ I .Ml property uelnjttlie remain IJ.
i d«r of thex-welaof Cbarle» H. G.uUrt ar.t Tr.ie *<«*•- I
I »>urv la the hard»«f tne ttadcr»lrfne«l a» Hterl'.er a.«'resaW la
* I Tneabovesaetobep«rc?iuitorvto thi- l>.dJcr fo» 1 >J
; | eaab. J. TILI>KN MOULTON, Receiver. Ae. I »
I £ o Oct. »ib. livJ. > K yr-%f,ih-id 1 U
' \rOUTGAGE SALE. Delault Ij,
Z I havltjjbeea made In the payment of ncctaln Roi.d | 1.
. I sccuiedto bepald i>y acertaln an.! exre-te-. I ~
' | hy Daniel McUtuT tr» Wd'.Lam fc*. il».Clenali.in dated u>e I j
| firstdayof AujUf),l9Sl.fiW fur tec**id tlie tft'rd day «>f I ~
a I AUitnst,land recprl»dlathe KecorJert I'tfice lu I n
■ | for the eountv of Cook and State »»f llllnoU. tu l«K»< o: I
u I Biort9«n ei#hteen, pa«e 4»i,aiul beinic "f the lind« and I c
. I prett)ij*a her*matter ac.l In wbtch ituo I i
u | Bond lidcacril--d as betnr In and for tbe pena. sura of Ten I s
•* I Tbou«an.l D>»l!a», cv>o«iu!oned forthe pa»iaeat tothe ahore l s
I named WHliam F. McCleoahan. hi« eiecntor*. adrolai»trv I
* I of the mm of fl\e thousand dollar*, with I
| 'nierwt a:b»n percent per aat>un» la current fuads la the I .
. I puMla notice la hereby Riven that bv I
I virtue of tbe power «>f sale la said mort<a<»" contained, arul l ■
. I f,irttennrpo4«tben:inezpre«cd. I will mil at public sue- I f
* I tli>n.at tbe north door of the Court Uitntem the cltv of I c
v I Chicago, la tbe County and stale atorrsald, tn tbe blihet I
K I bitlder for ca»b. at ten o'cioc* In the forenoon, on >ataniay c
w | fhe third day of lH<emb«r next, tbe landa described in ra.d I \
* I Montage. *i*: The real esla!e«tuate. lylr*aad belri in I '
I ttieCounty ofCookaad Stateof lllln Is. beiotctte westha.f I 0
w | cf b<-othwe*tqaarter of Section No. In t.iwn.hlp I (
I ta'rty-aite<U*; Nurtb of rac** - thirteen tiff) ea». ><f tbe I
* I principalni»-rld : .an.eor.u , I l
I i>rleM,ud ell benefit and ei'Jdy of redenipllon of the >a!d |t
•»" I Daniel MdlroT.bls beirsariil asatjn-.ln the ■'HI a. I •
I WfLLIAM K. >I«CL£N AlLAN.Mortza;: e. I
®* I JAMXS CLtrr. AU'y. wsl 1 .
"u AT ASTER'S SALE —State of 11U-
W I J3JL nola. Cook CouatT, 55.-Crca:t Coart of Cook 1
I roontv-ln Rudolph Mejelr \«. An >aL. I
tb I Eliea I*. Val!.CbrUUaaWabl.Hiraml.ilalter, et a.. I
*1 I Pahlic notice la hereby even that L. L. C. I alne Freer, 1
T- I Materia Chancery of Cook Cxoatr. wlll.la puisuaareof I
I a decree entend laialJ canseoa thelOthd.-»yol >«pumb«r. 1
of I lad) sell at public auctioa L> the bl*bt-»i bidder for eash. a- I i
at I tbe north d.«or of the Court Uouse, in tbe city of C!<l«w™. I 1
of | IVmtyof Cookafore«id.cn tbet.Mthdar >.f Noveaber. I
I A 1> I*W all no'duck la the fnrcaooaof »al»l da>. a pari I 1
. I ortbewesthalf oflbem<rtbwrt<;T;anerofse»U.i. thirty I
I two (55). In towaablp thtny-nine (»;, nrnth o» rarjee f,.ur- I 1
1 teeaiH), eastof the'bl d tirincipa;
I tbe tocta branch cf the River, and tb>? lin-* 1
• . I oa «aid river, t..at ce-tvn *>arct-i "f *v.-. I
I cmundVtoS lnacertan partitl n rolt to tbe wld MiCbae. I
a * I rt«,nSeldatUie Febroanr Terraof theO-ok C-i.ctvJ.ourt I
I 0 f Comm'-n A. I>. IS"- whercTn tb4 *» C Mlthael I
ina I Hoaseld..rame»aad PatrtikO'Unia were panie-, eiceH I
m | is? from the radaboTe deacrlofd premitej, tlie ccrtb three I
I kcrn> otf of said pareelof tild iano.ta# aaid ib"ee acr»» le- I
I In*directly suuth of an eiat and *eatlit e, rur.n re pa »l- I
. I Jel wtta tbe north boundary of said >ectJnn r>»rcba:os and I
I BioKy-eevealiaisstrith fm»a sola north botiodary <>'■ I
1 action thirty-two (35) «aid three aciea. beln* tereto ete I
*•? I told bv said booSetd to H. M. Hotijrh aad oUier?. a» i»r I
,e:l I deed JaX»U May ISth. lliS.r*ainiedln t>.e oflc* 0. »V Ko- I
,a « I corderof C-wkCouatr. la book 5»-f deeds. rS* the I
I t«rcet of laad aboveadrertiaed fur a*.e. customings-7-100 I
♦ I fccrvs tr f >re or lew. as rerp!at on fl> !a It* proceed.ng* In I
I tartUloa la saul Cook Couaty CVurt of rotumon 1 .w I
I d referred t<>. «-r»ucb portion thereof shall berecej- I
_1 I .orr to tLike the money due u-on and I
. I riistt. L. t\ PAINE rUr.fcl.. I
lc T I Ma«terln Chancery of Cooa < ounty. I
j cilcajo. October 13th. tbfltf. I
** \TORTGAGE SALE. Detault
I JjX h>vta*beeamadelath« performance of the coad. I
I ♦ 0 -,» of a eertala Indenture of M..r«a<« executed u. the I
w. I txnd«fti«ned by JohaCon'! tMijith. b-arlr.* I
;?M UecorCer of Deeds cf • hampaian c-iunty. l.liaois. In Book I
! i' mc-4.-VI. N'otiee h» theref'ire herehv rven, U.atuca>r I
and 10 n'trsuance of tbe power contained la «ud nmrtjmje. I
>w I wes-aIL «a tfatu day. the day ef November. A. »». I
-7- | 4 t ten oVloek In the Monyoi «.f vh*t «tav. at tbe I
ill? I North door of the Court Hooae la iheclry of t hiew'. «Ed I
t.;nabCear.ctfoe?fltb» h'ghwtVdder.for &.«.th.-r. llnw. I
ic I ItiS pn-nerty de»;rlbrd 1a »ald motWafo alN.%e rAin.-«t, V. I
1 w;t: Lotstmil-emltw« (?)*Bd«X(»Mn block mailer I
, on j t ,v»ive*l2;aadl"t»aumberslx (S)an.lei*litwn<l?;lnl.iCK I
de* I minibertwea*T(2lil.ard lotnumu r two (2i la t.l«k nnai- 1
luai 1 t«r Bin«t*e» (1»;; ami. lota number twu »s> and numUr
l'*d 1 ten (HMn b oek numbern* (V, tether with aland sin-
lo I pQj.r U.e taactaeats. be.ac'.taments and ap: urtenanfe*
uor- I there-intobei.ntiniforlnaty w»e arptrtaitiir*. A! the
«dd | above lots ! clng In Galloway * hsUa* Add.tcn 10the
ela I ia«r cf Uibiaa.Cham;a!«ncourtv andS'ateof
4ho'i-vs ?.tK tew,a - v S
ctta I JtwT»cL*rr. Attorney. oc .^.V^t
CTATE OF ILLINOIS Cook
sla Ocot:utrJ'UciUlC™rt"rL'^k'Jrnrtr_lnnyic.nr.
• ex. j Alfred M. Iloyt. vs. WUlUru 11. «t aL—For
"liue I hereby given that I, L. C. Paine. F™»r. I
. I ;n VLiacery for C»—k • "ur.ty. >u*te I.llrn*. wl.l
iPt2 latursnance of an ord«r and .•t*n-e ecterri ir. u- al-'ve
th-r ettiUvl cau«e, a«U at public swcUonU»'tefcl=he-t:id : er
hi. f orC aali.-tlUi.orthJocrofth«t..o:t!! ; tiielatheCt>
j,_i ( of ChVaur\C»cntraa:t s?ate vi««. d.n,i nr tbe foUw
and I lr.r dwertbed tr*cti of laad aitaate la tbe
to wtlibexmlliwe<a'ianer. f .-ectiontw^a
iky ty sve (»>. In townrb;p th.rty *Uit Ncrtb l^nae
l-< f. urtwn (14». eaer of Th rd Prtndr*! Merthan A.>o. Ib
• »n' «art ball of the •ontfceaa* q* aiti-rof Her'.' th.rty ?lx iC*).
leid lc town'blp
Alwjhe^iithalf of uenortn*^t<iaa.te-of S^ct..n t.u*-
rus- t»-twn(?S). l»Town»hip and l»art« !a»t afore>*d or »o
► the unch«Ur«4,f a.ct»y be »oefcra*y to tasketa iioe
' uonasaldd'crte lnte tstandc»»o». to trade
'give ontie.'th da*of November, A. D. 1«3. at t<a oclock La
tt= ii.rmiiooa of d,y. c pA ,„.
•: u J Ma«tfr in Chaneery cf CVurtr.
:»nd October 14th. oel>a6c^td
ATASTEIi'S SALE.—State ol" IIH
' ilj Qrtifc Cook Cousty. SA-Superior Court of Chlca
so.— laCLaaiery. Aifrvd M. Walertaar. vs. Alcaio W.
(J,: Grav and others. Etl to Foreelow Mortgage.
Public notice Is hereby given that in porauance of a (le-
aeUl order entered in tue al-ov- enULe.l •:au*» na t_«lh.ru
■tSTt div of Aupttt. A. P. IrM. L 1" Msj J* r ' n C^, f c f
• l >>* uf'thc Superior Ccurt of Cbirago. will, on the f^ur «'J
art 7' November. A.l>. laid, ai ua
cav, adl at
atthenwtb &>*-«? the Court Ho-w tn>e c -v rYCh.fV
rn ,n la the County aad S«ttto afore*UJ. the fu.iow.ni uc
N D scrti«d re»l «da:e (cr so mart thereof »» may-<P
■ have to make the moner die tne fcr.e J" 11 .
LHlt MdTrSU . uTwlt i-T&e eart hair of the quarter
«T«n fsT! north, rar*e
Hi as
nf tbe lands 'ivmg eaat of the ' bird Principal MerlUaa. la the
sed as County of Cook, and SUU of
imVat Master tn Cbaneeryff the Sopetlor Court ot Ch!c«o.
Chicago. Octobereth.law. pclO-aWnd
txori ' oTATE OF ILLINOIS, County of
erk. n, guptrtorCocrt of Chieajo.January"Fena,
1 1* tam. Jrneph 11. tat«n t*. James V. Z. Ulatey.J'lar«n
'PT) b! Woodartdrfe, Maha liutler. ChriaurA V, A. CuUer. Uan
■ n»h T. Hutler, Walter Botler, Jamee V. A. Hntler Benja.
mln P. Butler. Joha U. Ctrl. Faany E. Bird,aad C.
WMIaSJ and Chaxle# Hitchcock. TrnsUea-
Afidavltof the aoa resldeoce of Uar-i Oatler. CbristlM
iV. A. Butler. Hannah T. Butler. Wvter Bui-eraad Jan;ee
9 V. A. Butler. Are of th* defendants atwre namtu. havl_g
been filed la the oA-e of the Ork of «id Supjen j touri
of Cblca«. Notice tibereb? jiven to Use *ald Maria Bat
1. n/s ler CbrstlaaV. A. BstUr. liaanah T. Duller. w
k C .-* lerand JaseeV. A. Butler, that tb« coicpainant fl^dbli
S 1 "' 1 ISM." u
CWtoT. A.
New T. Butler. Walter Batler and Jaow V.
" "T holdea at Cbligo, la mild county,
nntblfl-Tr of January. !&♦», and plead. an*wei
on w teat complalaaot's MU cScomplalat. the
w Sim?wd the matter* aad ihlaga thertf a charged aud «at*
aa coafeseed. aad a decree enur*d a^alanym
c Gam* * Hnc*roc»,Cc3sjru Soi'r*. oc&«fi9-«i
ui .:r.v
WIU-.K-.AS, ON' TUK FIIiST
T T «Uy of m«v a. D.
c<cu.ea, nud oCer personal property, vaititlt in my haada
by L*wla L. Lee sod Mar> ellua >V. Lee. aa eodatanl mcut
lty ftr tiiir t > raa, amounting to the ruiu of
fares
•ell tha aaae la ease of dafku;t la cnymeat of aoca Indsbt
vda<ss,ca u»edar»oa whirUtue •am* atuwld became dae.
Aad vbetK default baa beea mad* la payment of tbe said
S'taof #7,000. aau the aaae sum witn Interest atUl remains
wholly doe and owlax tome. PubUe nottea la thervfora
gives, ta»t oa Thursday ti.e tenth day of November,
A. D. IS¥ at 10 o'e'ock la the forsauoa, at tbe More of
t bapman A May, No. 9U Market street, la the City of Chi
cato, (shall set) at publ: auction, to the highest bidder,
for cash andraratlooed marhtae* acd uher perscaa!
rrowe ty*. fur the purtx.seof diacharalc* tbe laldludeUed
amt" u.. "s',t U u'i!LMS'." >
Dueil Jf ovambar 1, !559.
Tut Uiram i» Paoracrr saofl Kino*# to
4T Combiacd Reaper*aad Mowers.
7 Notfe da
1 Power Cora Mill
t do do
3 T wo Hcrae o»ra MUL
4 One do do
ii H*oodScrapcra
1 Hola
9 WhtfelTioriOTaxea.
Lot Kxtras for Paafbrth Reaper*.
Proceeds of 4 Beapsia and Moeret* sold by 2lr. ant-
I too. two at Po«} and two at Steeling.
M Sugar Cams SUI la.
! 1 Cay Mare, «ytmn old.
cunt* aaaanr
V. 7. >k O. B. GQlius,for about. ...ILOOO 00
J. B. McFatlaad 4i<o 00
York Eddy and Kalphaaie. S3 7D
Samuel Baker ISO 00
A. Puller ]4O U>
ita-vc B.Calder. TO 00
Jacob Y'iC7.,., t MMI
X A. Brows MOO
Tboa. A Alex. MeOaffla. 100 00
Robert Su*ari (i)....... 11l 00
Jaa.Mcurath tf/.. *9 ®J
Satbaa Bramaey it) 100 iO
P. 1. bareant l» M
1 u. It. McCujcberaadother*^.................. lf«00
W. 11. Harper 1» lO
•eo. . ........ Ul6
James Bradshaw IfOOO
0.0. Fd«arda 100 00
U-nryFUh....l WOO
Jeromß Tattle ISO 00
E. W. Worttß M» CO
Wm. Putter.
A. McKay 1»0 00
O. 1U WJ
Geo. >choles IIS U)
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CTATE OF ILLIN OIS, County of
Co«ik, S.S.—Superior Court of Chleaxo, Movembar
Term,isax DuksoaWatsont*.JamesA.Cr*wford,Joha
N. Dixon, Perrr A. Wilbur. John M. Crawford. Aiexan*
iWr Crawford. George W. Crawford, Samuel llale aad Jchn
Aver.—ln Chancery. _ „
Afliult of tbe non-resldenee of Jasea A. Crawford.
Perry A. Wilbur, Joaa M.Ctawfotd, Alexander Crawford
I and Geurjie W. Crawft'rd, Ave of the defev<lant'» abovn
I a uned, having b'«n Hied la tbe olfl. Eof IM C;er* of
I Snneriiv Court of «'bi'.ago. Notice Is hereby g;»en 10 Oie
I kiid James X. Ciawfoni, Perry A. Wilbur, John M. Craw.
I foni. Alexaader Crawford, aad Georve V». Crawford, that
I ibe complainant ftied his t ill of complaint la sa'.d Cuut, ou
1 the Chancery s»de thereof, on the Sta day uf Octoiwr. 1r39,
I Mid tnat a summoaa thereupon iaaaed out of said Court
I < detetidanta, tituiustile ua tbo trst Monday of
I N''vemberneit,l9i».a»U by law required.
I Now. unless rou, tbe said James A. C rawford. reTTy A.
I Wl.tur, Joba'M. Crawford, Alexander Crawfurd aad
I O"orx* W. Crawford, shall persoi*Jy be aad appear bvf.'re
I said ?uperior Court of Chicago of Cook County, on tie
I t*«t day of the next termtherw.-f.tobe holdea at Cb'cago.
| la aa.d oa the drst Moadav of November. IfrM. and
I p.eao. answer or demur to tbe a « cua*&.atuanta* Llil of
I C'.rap.aint, the same aad th matters and things iherela
I charged and staled will be taken aeconreeeed. aau aUecree
l" , * reJ "» "SSI^LU
I A TaTtoa. fnnip'u>'
TRUSTEE'S SALE. Wheres*.
1 X cn the 3d rfae of Febrtiaey. ISM. Tmlnrick Wilbelai
I wife, to secure the payment of al'rorai»s«.ry
I Note. tUted October l-t, ISiT. executed by J. U. Lauer
-1 tn-vrn. being for the sum ot Eleven Uucdred aad Fifty
I Lohar*, payable to the order of said feaibaura. ext ecled
I Deed of Trust running to tbe Ui deia gned with
I a pow«r of ssielncase default ia lie pay went of 1 aid note.
I a"d tberebTconve*lngioihe undo£gced L.t No. eight
I <!>stnM.>ck N.:.three(S>,tßll.O.M..ne , et»uUllv!slra of
I Joan j. A» or's Addition to Chicago, la the County of
I <*.«>k. J-t »t«* of lUionj. Aad, wbcreif, detault baa l-eea
I made la th" pavment rf a portion ot »ald note. Aid,
I wlierea*. said Deed ot Tru?t waaduly reev»rded In tbe« JBe«-
I of tite Ktcorner of said Coot County, Fetnwry 4lh, laW,
I la «>f DeWs. Page 9*7.
I N"W, therefore, in pur»uanceof the powers .a said Deed
I c'nu-ne<s. and on tte sppllratlcn of the legal holder of
I *aid nute. L. Samuel Str.u?. tbe Trustee la wld Deed
1 a-med. w:l!. on tbe lllh day. f November. A. I>. lft..». at
I <*n o*c:«<«;k tu Ibe roienotn of taid day. sell at put tic auo
I t!on to the highest bidder f r cash, at the north di«>r rf the
I Court H«uae. la tbe elty of Cbteaco. County of Cixik afor*.
I raid, the above described parcel uf land lo make Ihemokey
1 Jue «a said role and co*t». _
I SaMCEL STRAUS Trustee.
I Ch'cago. t>ct. Slat. 1689. nol-tdaKi»
'PIIUSTEE'S SALE.—Notice is
I JL hereby clven thatwhereaa Joha Jentaand Panutla
I JenS* bl» wife, bv their cerUiu Deed of Trust, executed
I <>u th.- nineteenth -Uy of July, A. D. IKH. awl reroetr-i in
I Ul* »U«> office of Cook County, llltnots, >:»
I Uo-ik. Uiiof i'rvda, at l"atf- 4it,didco«vey loa>«. the under.
I *Un 1!. a« Tnstee. the prwm!*» aoJ red e»U»c betelnaiter
I d> «eril*dto«ecnre the pavment of a c»it\ln I romiaaory
1 Note for I'weot v-oße llunJrvd Dollar*, part'.cularty men
I M-iited ia »ia irust Deed with Interest sceorolng to Ite
I :ec..r iisd< ff.ct• And wn*reas def.mtt having be* n urade tn
I the pavment of aatd I'romisaory N\4eandl«t»rest a&.«ii-
I ing to it* tenor, effect, or otherwise, oa appJteatWa of kd*
I m*nd Aiken, th« payee of said NOe n.eaU ned la aald
I mist DecJ. as;d the h.'Ver theieof. I *bail. in pursu-
I .inc.* of the ntovioionsof aald TnndlVe.l aud by tlttue of
I t:.c tM>wtr and authority cowferrea upon
I seil at public auction at the norta d«mr of thetouit
I 110 in'. In the<lty of Cbmgn, la th' W?!* 1 " f , * 1 *,r2?i**X l !*
I U.ehli{he<tlrtdderfor ea»b. onJ»ATI»HDAY, tl»e l?lh day
I ~i >uei'ud>er, A* D. U Wo-il.*K*.ie ofAO.IJay.
I a.l th« pr<-ml«es«.«awtibed In saUl tru»l Deed as follow*
1 "nMlvUrn Nunitnr M*{<») tnt>. Lnofssubdlvldoo of
. <i.e <1) and a.nh three-fourtha of lot four (4» in tnw*
I »u-,lve(i.') la fractional»eit.on oft'en,additiot» to t Uhs^o.
• | p.iticu.jrlv de-cnl>e«l aaft.!!ows:- ,, Uejftrnlogou
I iho soutli line of Congr»*» street and the east line ol
i I cvttre PubacaWe*. niuulngtbeaceeonlhon e*.l Uneef »al«.
1 I .lie. one bundledfe. 111*'). thenusem* HflT-«'tie,fil> f«el.
I it-.-fi e rifrtn on a Une rami et with the »ald ea»l line to
I I (*.>:. th.-nce west to the p.uce cf U'slnu.ng. ȟb
. I ( «tiol»ee.l..fTn».teieCtHe<l»>»tnew»WJobn Joaa» and
I 1 Wife to ». H. l'viry «a the sa.d litb day «<f A-D.
> I to -tc-we the pi\ aent of a Note of Si* Tbousjßd Dol
. I ioan.l
| CHARLES B. UOSMKB, Tmtee.
I Dated the 3l»t day of October, A. D. D 49. ofttlafOJtd^
' I MASTER'S SALE—State ot" Uli
! I J1 nots. Cook rCourt of t'bicagn.
I lu Chancery. B-nsl NMent »n vs. W
1 I Mavereft. Htlt tn foreeh
I I'ut.tlc nol.ee ia hereby given lhat in our*trance of a
I I cretulorder «tit«*edii»ihe above eutliied cause on Ibe twen-
II I sy-fimldi»y of Sei t»ml>er. A.D. L Ir* >««»tt, Master
1 n I'lianre'To' the Superior Court of Chleatf**. wiU, »-a «oe
I Uie*eveuie«cth davof No»emt<«r, A. D. iaw.at len "Clock
I it. the foteniH a of said day. »eU at puWl# auotU.n w1 be
t I tgin-st wdCer r. r ea#h. at U.e Borlb door of the Court
L 1 |«* »e,!n the c»y < f the County KdStateafoie-
J I «.d,thefo I .wi gd»«rtbe«ireal ~tate, erao much thereof
'1 I ,» n.ay Wneccaary to tbe the s«.rt
I J«cn-i*.with That certain -aim
" I "• r. l. t. i-l'ceorpjre lof 'and. known as norfti i *!f "f 'b"*
iJ I nortn-w»»t qua»t«r 01 settioaiweaiy-twou.Jl m
"s* I Tractional lowushlp forty l*"l iw*lve>ll).
id I east of !i- thudpruclpmeildtui, sltuaJcinthe townor
M I L ev'len. Couatv of «"<«>k nn-t State of llilmHa, coWantng
•u I s.i'y two acrvs'aidtweiity-four buadmlihs of an acre, l-»
re I suuemcre or lese. J}»AS'. , »TI.
»■ I Masferln Ch»noerrof the Superior tou tor« n eago.
b I Chicago. oci3.,^»ia
[' I SALK- State of lUi
ui I no's. Cook County. -.-Superior Court of •.'blca*^.
c . | Frederick K'U vs. OrvaT. bnow, et. al.—Petltloa f«r Me
,.f I chaaic's Le:n.
4 I po.,|»«-notleelnhereby ttven that l« pnrsuaojeof»d«w
tf I cmal onler entered ia ibe aiwve entitled eaTTsr, on tho
'j I twenty f. urth day of September. A. U. ISW». Xra fxoM,
in I MaMerlnChanceryof the Superior Court of Chicago, will
tlf I on the fourteenth (l») dae of November. A. I>. a'ten
la I .'clock In the forenoon of a*ld day, sell al nubile auction to
r*> I »he hUt'est tiUbler fcr easb, althe NorthdcN.rof the tfurt
re I H."<u»«ln the eltv of Chicago.lnlaid euoMy and ?Ule. all
id 1 the rithu till* and Interest of the said[defendant, OrenT.
I ?now, tn and to Lit thirteen (14; la blocc thliiy-twoiM).
I Wo'cott's Addition Ui Chicago, lu »ald countr of took, and
[ I al«otb« frame«enoolbuiMlngand w«k*l »he«lttandlngupoa
I wdd lot Uiirteen. locether with the tenements heitdlt^
I meauaadappußeaancee tlicmto beloiuln«.«adaj^ertam
ok I lr '*" Master In Chsneerv nf Uie S'jpertor Court'd Chlrsgo.
di, I Cblcago,October», li&9. ac"la.4eU
"l I OTATE OF ILLINOIS, County
**' f O of Cook. SS Superior Court of Chicago. Novem
a: I SerTrrm, L-v*B. l»av!d i". Car pooler vs. Ltuaiuaua, J« ha
r-. I ,j, jshnrtall and Joha E.Boyd— la Ohaactry. , #
er. I Atfl'lavtt of the atin reeidence of Joha IC. Boyd, ote r.f
I the defendant! above named bavin* been fliied lathe ( face
•T- I uf th-» Clerk of addS'tpenor Court of Chka®>. Nottc* la
if- I he*eby gives to tte said Joha E.Jlovd thai Cavjd T. Car*
o' I penter. theabove a »med eomplalaaot bla hill tf com
n- 1 i-iiio Inine saiacouit on tbechaniery rdtthereof,on the
il ! I <!»• of Au<usi. le«, and that a .ummons thelv
»el I u-joaiasued"ut of said eourt a«.lnu sold defendants, n
irt I tumable on the first *on«L.y of Novemust Btxt, li», aa la
;t I "'jSosr.tuJtoa v. u, the »ald John E. Boyit. sluJl pewoaalty
itr I |k and apnear'btSote *dd Super'or C "»it of Chicago of
le- I Cook County, on the <lr«t day « f the nest teem thereof, to
»J- 1 hebolden at Chicago. Ib said county, oa tb«&rx Monday of
tnd 1 Xovimi»er, lr<W, aad plead. aaa*«r ox demur to t»« ~M
»d 1 complainants' bill of c..nipla.r,i, "e the n,Mtei»
»r« I v»d talntsth.reln chanted ard»»ated wil! b» taken aa co».
[■er I and a Cecree euUred agalnaC y;U U»«
I praiernraaidbiJ. WALIKR KIMUALL. C.efk.
the I vv. It. !«tftTi». Corn:>rts Soi'r. tf
100 I
v? transportation.
sad I ■ ■ ■■
'• TO IRELAND, ENG
— I O L*ad,andtiCoUardfur»-.U.
I THE ATLANTIC
id: I liOTAL MAIL STKAM NAVIGATION COMPANT***
Sew York and.Ualway Line.
00k I the staunch and powerful Doa Steamer
;i. r I Cajilaia
I Will*ailfnim New York,oa Tbursdav.Noe. 10th,t«ich
'tvl 1 Inratat. .lota's, N. F-to rteeive the P.oyal Mails.
I P*! - m or l'artao*:—KlritCtsu Seeowl'.law ITS
I ThirJ ti>i> IncbuSluc frw« ticketsthe srlnctMl rltiaa
I Jn tne mala dae. of raiiway in
jl« I rn'rdciaa»iuua»pro»idepUte, knife, fori* water can and
I * , ' L lHr«t TaUn passage tnSt.Johna fA'
aUr I F..rp*ssaggUCk-u.«Uier to orfr.m ear part ( Great
■i;r Ctiul:...-r
i.?' TIIE WESTERN TItiVNSPORT
ru | X ATION COMPACT.
11559 -fttSX* 1859
j' I INCOHPOnATBD 18SS.
" , ' tr I Cmpltal .•. • • • . $900,000.
TIS I Pr-W.^C^.A.^^;uiT.
twive I sAil. MolUi.vN. Mus l'rv4t. L. FUItSMAN. Treaa.
d.'er I H»vtn<coompleted lu arraagemeata fnrthe ensu.axsea
C'ty I v-n-lLUc'n.janv will be prep.red on the opening of nav
few. I ; al
?ojk 1 t>.lr*a*iH,rt nurchamtl«e, radroaJ irot,. aad Uher
w e a I J-. and fti m New Yolk, PhliadeSi.bla, Boston. A.Uny.
ante I Tw.ard lnteme.llate place-, arc! rerta on Ukee Krt,
. th- I Mici.isaa aiul Unron. by the Hud** Kiver and
(K)* I rf**he KHe Canal Enlargement t# sow ad
t.ir- I warraamna
nr .« I .in it* «och lnirea*ed pruruptaeM
• dae I 4jdil tl-lwetuJSww kwfcand Buffaio, as to ecm-
STI! I win ran r.«nI*MT
MW I ni'lii.udluiltoSi aon> iluKo. «
7„7 [S*"'SEicr.^ih,-rtw T~.k Ce.rf
Jhlca- I era tte choice of routeatooand from New^^oriam.ißa
so W • I West. ■ •
I cxts . _,
a de- I JlTjh Anen.GeucrW A*«al,lCc«ntles , SIp I N.J.
r th.nl I AutftuuiaCoiKß, ** ,T „ *• , w
ncfry I II. \Yllgwt,> Astor Louseliuilibac, New »«rk.
iay' I per, Albany. *
deaid I do m Klver-treeT. l ,n v.
****• I J.M. WlMer.l.'ont'gAgenr. .i-te«r»*t.B#a»< , a.
.'hlfV | » Loren*e»
lie- I w f. Hutd, MIL* Ml-a. Hadr" 1 ' Ixm*. Mdwa-»*e».
*"•*? I .T.L.UurdJtCo,Uurd*aD"ck, L'enoii.
iSSM Joa.V. Tnltlc,
torn.. I Anal, t-of' »"»"""• Cbl«".
eaat; I
r£ architects ant) iSuilticta.
171 BCTRLINfi,
I Hi. ARCHITECT.S.I.4O Dearborn street, (opposite
I Tremont farn>*h Ptoaancl tp«-dSca
il-td I y .Tf r Bn.l.llng* 1I» eonSdeatly refers to
I of tn-{>.■*? &u!!dtn*ilni:fttrwn-t«/U»|iub.ie and prl-
V Of hU ability, and thai orders euU»uated
} 01 I uce executed ia the mostaallafactory manaer^
-IX'ILLLUI "SV. BOYINGTON,
Benja. ITT
Architect and Snperintenient.
ristlna I
jan;ee I Careful and mlaate speclScaUoaa % anil
I RELIABLE DETAILED ESTIMATE-"*
iaßtS I Made from diawlngi. . ,
£cu£ I «>*no»—al Dear bom street, intdooiaorth of the roa.
ilhls ' MTI'WT
I Q L. WIIEELOCIC,
v.a. I Architect and Superintendent,
sta V. I 7? DEAKBORN SXKKtT.
# j Post Otaai. Chicago. noliM.O
s p /. BAND ALL,
at. tho | VJT• • ___ ' .
£J£ I ARCHITECT,
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