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PRESS AND TRIBUNE
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TRI-vn?FFI,T ATO WEEKLY.
DAILY,
XDITQRS JJCD rUZLISWXMS:
John 1* Scrim*, Atria H. BaT|
UlliUa Bkmk, Joseph MediU,
OFFICE NO* 51 CL4BS STREET.
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CHICAGO
TWO IfIORE BALLOTS.
Two ballots were had in the House yester
day, with the following results:
SEVENTH BALLOT.
NwtiUy to ebolce
ttocoek, Deni....
Gilmer, Aiu
Satteiinc
EIGHTH BALLOT.
Reetfsary to choice.
Sbenata
Bat c?<t" American" DUotdon&t,
Tho withdrawal of Gilmer, moderate Amer
ican, and the substitution of Boteler, does not
seem to have any other effect than to diminish
Bocock's vote. It undoubtedly was the object
of tho Democracy in their caucus last night to
bring their men up to casting their votes for
Boteler to-day. If they succeed in this, we
are of tho opinion that tho contest will be de
cided before night; because wo take it to be
beyond dispute that Boteler's nomination will
force all the Anti-Lecompton Democrats,' and
perhaps Winter Davis, of Maryland, and Eth«
eridge, of Tennessee, to vote for Sherman out
right, rather than assist in the election of an
avowed Disuuionist, such as Boteler is. If
our conjectures are well founded, Sherman will
be Speaker. It is possible that the Democracy
will fiul to agree —that all of the members can
not be so manipulated as to support a Disuc
ionist and Know Nothing in tho same person.
If so, a new programme, of which we have
no inkling, must bo arranged.
Fit 031 WASHINGTON*
ISptelal Ceneepondeaoe of the Fre«ftDd Trlbooe.]
Wasousbtov, DOC. 14.
Two days of the second week are gone and
not one step of advance has been made towards
nn organization. As old Brown said. "It is all
talk and so cider." Under all the provocation,
tbc Republican phalanx preserves Us impertur
bable gravity. Duriog all the exciting scenes,
they have maintained tbeir temper; lbey have
never uttered a provocative word; tbey have
returned silence for inrectire, and smiles for
frowns* They haro sat calmly and quietly when
abase and calumly were beeped upon them. A
conscious rectitude of purpose fortified tbem
against those assaults. When taunted for their
silence, they hare replied, that all debate be*
fore organization was out of order, and all pro*
ceedtngs or resolutions prior to the election of
a Speaker were noil and void. " Let ns organ-
" ize the House, and then we will debate with
41 yon to your.fbcart's content; we will answer
" your questions; we will reply to your argu
" ments; we will tell you all about our purpo
ses and principles; but all these things are
" out of order and illegal before members hare
" organized the nouse, put on their official
" robes, presented their credentials and taken
"their oaths to support the Constitution."
This is the constant reply from our side, and
every fair-minded man will sustain them in their
course.
The Democrats arc clearly the disorganizes
and mobocrats crer since the opening day of
the session, and they begin to 6ee the conse
quences of their unprecedented and revolution
ary conduct. They seek to escape from it, and
roll the responsibility upon others. To-day
Gov. Mcßae, of Miss., in a set speech, under-
took to prove that the little minority parties—
the South Americans and Anti-Lecomptonites—
were alone to blame for the non-organization,
because they refused to take sides between
the candidates or the two great parties, and
vote for one or the other. The Republicans
he said, only lack ttz rotes of a majority over
over all, and the Democrats lack twenty-seven,
and that it was for the thirty-ouc votes belong
ing to the two factions to say who should be
Speaker. This was an admission from a leader
of the Democrats, that no part of the blame
rested on the Republicans. But Gov. Mcßea
forgot to say that his party bad only permitted
two ballots to be takcu since the first day of the
session—that no vote had been taken since Fri
day last. He knows that there are six Anti-
Leeomptonites who will "take sides" before
three votes more are recorded, and cast them
in a way to determine the struggle by electing a
Speaker. Why docs bis side resist voting?
Let that question be answered. Let it not be
said that the Helper book is in the way. There
is no farther reference made to Helper or bis
book on any side. Clark's barnbug resolution
is played out, and no other baa been substi
tuted. By the way. Helper's fortune has been
made by the gratuitous advertising bis work
has received io the K. Y. Herald and in Con
grew. One news agent sold 200 copies yester
day afternoon in this city, at CO cents apiece,
and there bare been over 1,000 copies already
disposed of in Washington, aod there are large
orders from Baltimore for this book. It is find
ing its way into all parts of the South. A gen
tleman just from New York says that Helper
has sent a splendidly bonnd copy of the una
bridged edition to Missouri Clark, with a letter
returning that gentleman bis sincere thanks
for the magnificent advertisements he has be
stowed, free of charge, upon his 44 incendiary "
appeal to ths poor whites of the South, to vin
dicate their rights. He ought also to send one
bonnd in gitt-edge morocco, to old Bennett for
his services in extending the sale of the vol
ume.
I was saying that the Republicans have enter
ed very little into the debate, and how admira
bly they preserved their temper under great pro
vocation. But tbey came very nearly breaking
through their resolution when Gov. Corwin's
conciliatory speech was met with derision and
taunts, and when his earnest and patriotic ap
peal to tbe Democrats to put a stop to the dis
organization, and let the House elect a Speaker
and proceed to the business of the country, was
mocked at, and the truculent little doughface
Cox, was ezged on to blackguard tbe conserva
tive old statesman; once the Republicans lost
their patience, and were on tbe eve of of open*
ing their batteries and carrying the war into
Africa- But the concluded not to resent, a*
this time, even that irritating and insulting be*
haviour of the ill-bred and unmannerly nigger
drivers.
It is reported that an effort is still making on
the part of the Administration to induce tbe
South Americans to support Began of Texas as
a fusion candidate. It is said tbat 100 members
hare agreed to do it. Dot how to get tbe other
16 rotes is tbe other qaestion. I hardly believe
tbat this *cheme will work. Though it is trne
tbat tbe Democrats ore making tbe strongest
possible appeals to the sectional feelings and
prejudices of tbe Sooth Americans. " Gire us
an UAtird South," is tbe err," and we can bring
tlio cowardly North to its knees." On the floor
of the House and out of it, these exhortations
are pressed upon tbe Southern Opposition
members. The Democracy itself is already in*
tensely sectional in sentiment. Its Northern
members are merely waiters, for tbe fire
eaters who control the party. They declare
before their Southern masters, like Logan of
Illinois, tlitt they are *' ashamed'" of their own
States, but are not athamuL to do the " dirty
work " of the Sooth 1
AUtbe speeches m»de by Southern Democrats
are filled with declarations about Southern
rights, Southern interests, Southern privileges,
and Southern demands. But no Northern Bo
cock Democrat ever opens bis head in regard
to Northern rights, interest, privileges or de
mands. In the eyes of these unfaithful repre
sentatives, thegreat North has no rights which
fire-eaters are bonnd to respect. Tbej sit and
listen while their section is maligned and its
people Tillified, and answer only to bray an en- |
dorsement of ths foul charges. There are six
teen of these despicable creatures who live in
the West, holding seats in the Bouse of Repre
sentatives, who arc supporting a man for Speak*
er whose record proves him to be an enemy of
every political right and material interest of the
West. He is opposed to a Pacific Railroad on
a central route. It would be unconstitutional
for snob a work to receive government aid, un
lets it is run through Texas and a
roots.
VOLUME XIII.
He is opposed to the great and benificent Re
publican measure, the Homestead bill, because
it would bare a tendency to fill up the Territo
ries with a white free labor population, and pre
vent the formation of new Africanized States.
He holds that a free land bill is as bad as the
Wilmot Proviso, and as dangerous to slaverr.
He opposes all appropriations for the improve
ment of the Hirers and Harbors of the West
He cares not if a vessel never again entered the
Chicago Harbor, or crossed the St. Clair Fata.
Indeed, he would rejoice if the com*
tnerce and navigation of the , JTortb were
destroyed—anything that wculd cripple or
kill off* free labor, would gratify this
champion of unrequited toil and hard whipped
labor. He is opposed to any increase or revis
ion of the tariff that would have the eflcct of
helping Xorthern mechanics, or stimulating
Northern industry; hedefendsthe present op
pressive, pernicious tariff, not because it bene*
fits Virginia or the South, but because it inflicts
immense injury upon the fanners and artizans
of the Free States.
...... 114
He wants to double the rate or postage on
letters and newspapers because the South read
but little and write less, while the great portion
of the tax would fall upon the people of the
North.
This man professes to believe that the Con
stitution carries slaver/ into all oarTerritones,
and that neither Congress nor the people thereo*
can exclude or abolish it He is in faror of a
stare code for the protection «u>f African
Slavery in the Free Territories of
oar country. Bocock sustained the Le
compton • Swindle from first to lost,
and is hostile to the admission of Kan
sas, because she is a free State. This man who
is thus opposed to any political, commercial and
material interest of the West is steadily receiv
ing the votes of tixlun Western Representa
tives,—five of irbom come from the tree State
of Illinois. What a disgraceful spectacle I Js
thi - . - -
iere any creature under the blue arch of
Hearen bo mean as a doughface? The apology
giren by the Illinois Democrats for going orer
to the Lecomptonites is, that it might help
Donglos to get the nomination at Charleston.
That is the reaaon giren by Morris, Robinson
andFouke. But Logan and McClernard, went
orer because they were not ashamed to do tho
"dirty work" of the negro breeders, as one of
them arowed on the floor. Chicago.
THE CITY.
Holiday Book Sales.—See D. B. Cooke 4.
Go's, adrcrtisemcnt and be ready to buy choice
books at bargains next week.
par Harper's Magazine for January has been
receired by McNally k Co., 61 Dearborn street.
Mac furnishes Harper, Atluntic, and Godey's
Lady's Book for per annum. Erery cne
should subscribe immediately.
Fockdlixg.—A young Moses in a basket was
left on special deposit yesterday morning at the
bide store of A. X. King, Esq., on North Kin
zie street. The police took the little stranger
in hand, and it was sent to the Home of the
Friendless.
Ax Owxrn Found. —The owner of the pocket
book and the S2O bill enclosed, has been found.
The pocket-book was stolen from the pocket of
his overcoat. He read our notice yesterday,
and reclaimed bis property at the City Mar
shal's office. What you lose, advertise; what
you find always advertise.
Who'll Pat the Damages?—We notice a
very dangerous entrance to the south basement
store in Larmon's building, on Clark street
south of Washington, corner of the alley. When
somebody's neck is broken there, who'll pay for
it? What city official is charged with the duty
of looking after such pitfalls ? or is it to be left
for the City Attorney to defend in the case?
Sale op Beal Estate.—M. L.Dcnlap,late of
Leyden, in this county, sold the farm upon
which h* formerly resided for fifty dollars per
acre, amounting to $7,500. The sale is on time
with interest at eight per cent. The farm is
well improved and considered very cheap at the
above figures. The sale was made yesterday to
C. Bigolow, Jr., of Leyden.
Great Sale or Hotel Fcrkjtcbe.—Atten
tion is called to the adrcrtisemcnt in to-day's
paper of the great sale of hotel furniture to
take place on the 29th inst. The sale being by
decree of court, will be without reserve. The
furniture is of the best quality and in good don
dition. Great bargains mar be expected. Per
sons desiring to furnish hotels or private resi
dences, should not fail to attend.
Crimen Festival.—Let our readers remem
ber that the ladies of the First Baptist congre
gation, Eev. W. W. Everts, Pastor, give a Fair
and Festival on Monday and Tncsday evening*,
of next week, Dec. 19th and 20th, for the bene
fit of their Mission Sabbath Schools. The beau
tiful feature of the tableaux will be introduced,
and both occasions every way made most at
tractive. .
Rccorde&'s Cocbt.—ln this Court yesterday
Joanna Miller was tried for setting fire to the
house of cue of her neighbors, Mrs. Beattie,
and found not guilty.
The case of Arnold and Ctdy, indicted for
rape, has been continued until next term.
John Abclle and Rodolphus Lehman were
tried for setting fire to a dwelling bonse, corner
of Erie and Peyton streets, to obtain the insu
rance.
The Gas Heating Stoves.—Just sow the
hint is avaluable one that bath rooms and oth
er rooms where a fire is only needed at inter
vals may be speedily wanned by one of Shaw's
Patent Gas Heating otoves, without neither the
dirt and inconvenience of fuel, and requiring
no escape for smoke, the combustion of the gas
being perfect. Hundreds of these are being
introduced. They may bo seen in operation at
Walworth, Hubbard k Co.'s No. HS2 Lake st.
Masokic. —At the annual communication of
the Garden City Lodge, No. 141, A. S. and A.
M., held in Masonic Temple, Wednesday even
ing, Dec, 14, the following officers wero elected
for the ensuing year:
Eben C. Hurd, W. M.; Henry M. Wilcox,
S. W.; William B. Batebam, J. W.; Henry
Staring, Treasurer; A. C. Bernard Haueman,
Secretary; John W. Xorris, S. D.; David D.
Cornell, J. D.
The Weatheo. —The following is the range
of tbe thermometer for tbe week, as taken by
E. L. O'Hara, Apothecary and Pharmaceutist,
No. 80 West Randolph street, corner Canal st,
Chicago.
Date.
Satorday, Dee. 10...
tSasday, Dec.'H ...,
Monday. J'ec. II ...
Tneacay, D«. 13 ...
V«daM»r. Dee. H.
Tboraray,lite. U...
Tburaday, Dec. 16...
AcdcbosClcb.—Mr. McComas baa red
the lecture committee of tbe Audubon Club,
that in consequence of pressing professional en
gagement,be finds it impossible to be prepared
for lecturing to-morrow evening, and tbe lec
ture is therefore unavoidably postponed for a
few days. Tbe holders of tickets will please re
lain tbem. Notice will be giren by the lectur
ing committee as soon as tbe hall can be again
secured. Tbe rooms of tbe Club hare been
thronged hourly for tbe last three days, and all
bare been delighted, tbe collection baring been
largely ioereased within the last month.
Tbe Citt Misuox.—Bev. Jlr. Tuttle, baring
been engaged for several weeks visiting among
tbe poor, siclc and needy, as City Missionary,
feels confident that the several charities which
exist in the city, will prevent a great deal of
misery, and which otherwise we should not
hear of, the sufferers .in some cases being of tbe
ol&ss of our people who hare hitherto been 1
Among tbe first to gire of their means for the
poor. He found in one case that two ladies
1 were entirely destitute of food or feel, and
ooold only keep themselves warm by making
use of tbeir scant bedding. - Two industrious,
temperate men, want work at almost any.
wages—one to save himself and wife from tbe
Const/ Bouse; the other, a single man, will do
any ordinary work for his board. Apply to the
Mission, corner Indiana and.Franklin street,
sortb Side..
Tire New Home or the Frib&dless.—lt is not
yet finished, but is now so near completion that
we may congratulate the friends of this noble
enterprise on their prospective speedy posses
sion of a new and commodious structure, built
for their especial use, and after plans designed
by 0. S. Wheelock, Esq., architect, and as the
Hons of the Fmexdless, destined to be one of
the most useful and humane of any of our city
charities.
11 It will bejemembered that, literally, at the
- foundation of this enterprise is the munificent
donation of a valuable lot of land, the site of
the present structure, deeded to the Home of the
Friendless, a free gift by Jou&tban Burr, Esq.
The exertions of the lHends of this charity have
been arduous and unremitting, and they have
now a building erected, as aboveon Wabash av
enue, below Old street, at an expense of 16,000.
It is built of red brick, in plain, yet substantial
and appropriate style, and in the most thorough
manner throughout.
The arrangement within gives convenient
suites or rooms for the officers and inmates.
Two large dormitories, or lodginghalls, are to be
finished off and furnished respectively for the
boys and girls. There are also single rooms and
suites of rooms to meet every possible exigen
cy or demand upon its accommodation from
those it is especially designed,to aid.
It will be finished early in February, and long
may it stand the welcome and noble haven for
the class it is designed to aid, It will prove
the Horn* for the Fritndlut, especially those
who by their sex and youth are incapacitated
for self-dependence. The widow and, her
orphans, the friendless girl, the motherless boy,
all are to find at the Home welcome and the
needed aid. But the matter has long been fa
miliar to our readers, everyone knows what
the Lady Managers of this institution most
covet in the charitable work they have embark
ed in.
' We shall refer to the enterprise again at an
other stage of its progress, our purpose here is
to sotc the advances already made for the es
pecial purpose of reminding our readers that
the Qohb is not waiting or staying its errand of
merer, to wait the completion of its prospective
abode. It is. still at work and many mouths
must be fed, many desolate hearts made glad
through its agency. With all this, there is of
course an expenditure which our benevolent
citizens should come forwaed liberally to sus
tai
,iin. Let everybody remember the Home, and
and especially let everybody remember that it
can disburse intelligently every form of charity.
Send money, that is always in place, but send
also old half-worn clothes, bedding, and any
disused articles of apparel. If jou can remem
ber the Hokk from out of yoar basket and yoar
store, you will find a sweeter xest in what re
mains. We say to all our readers don't give to
beggars. Discourse mendicancy, and let all
your gifts flow into some one of the channels
which intelligent Christian charity has numer
ously opened here. Among theso the Home of
Frieudless pleads loudly aud eloquently for aid.
Let them have It, and the gift shall bless the
c ;ver -
Sukdrt Mentions.—Two John Smiths wer e
separately and sererally fined in yesterday'
Police Court for getting drunk. For the sake of
their family we thought of suppressing these
names but then "duty as public journalists,
4c."....The North Clark street cars haTe just
been equipped with small stores. A good idea
these cold days, and profitable.. ..The Police
dock had only four cases yesterday—The next
lecture in Bryant, Bell & Stratton's Commercial
College Course is on Tuesday evening of next
week, byßer. Mr. Hammond....La Brun, a
crack billiard player, made a run of 1,001 at
one of our billiard halls a few days since....
Mr. Capen's "cold snap" hasn't come to hand.
It is rumored that the delay of the President's
Message has something to do with it....The
New England Society in their coming Festival
on the 22nd, are to introduce the feature of few
after' dinner speeches, and those good and
pithy, also a poem, also the proceeds over ex
penses lor charitable purposes....The Journal
says two of the Douglas Delegates to the
County Convention slept in the lockup the night
after their North Market Hall exertions. Likely
as not... .The last car through to Cottage Grove
on the State street line leaves at 9} P. ST.. The
after-theatre hours car goes only to Ulicli's
Hotel....The weather is superb. So is the
walking, and the town is alive with shoppers in
view of tbeholidays....! he auction sale of Bar
nnm's damaged stock takes place on Monday at
79 Lake street... .The iadies of the Church of
the Holy Communion give a festival at Metro*
politan n*», on Thursday evening, Dec. 22nd,
the proceeds to be applied to repairiog their
church edifice.
Rev. Mb. McKaig's Lecture.—'We have al
ready referred to the fact that Rev. Wilbur
Katg, of Jefferson street M. E. Church, is to de
liver a lecture in the main audience room of the
Clark Etreet 1L E. Church block, on Tnesday
evening,on the subject, "The Ideal World."
The speaker is one of our most gifted and clo
quent clergymen, and is capable of gtviog his
audience an intellectual entertainment of a very
high order. It should be added that the entire
leceipts are to be devoted to the aid of the so
ciety of which this gentleman is pastor, wbo
have recently engaged in very thoroughly and
tastefully refitting their bouse of worship, and
offer this opportunity to those who have a wil
lingness to aid them, to do so at tho same time
they themselves receive a full equivalent in the
lecture itself.
CnoicE Beeves.—At Sherman's yards on the
Lake Shore are to be seen live of tho finest
steers ever brought to this city. They took the
premiums for the fattest cattle at tbe United
States and St. Louis fairs, and are well worthy
of their ribbons. Mr. John Sherman, the
owner, was offered £I,OOO for the lot by a city
butcher; but like Oliver Twist he "asks fur
more." Yesterday, there were sold in the
same yards, three heavy steers, at $5.00 per 100
lbs gross. Tbey came from Kankakee county—
that barren spot tr/im thr p<opU are all flatting
to death.
Hoke ron toe Fbi endless.—Santa Claus
wishes to notify his friend*, young and old, that
he will be present at tfco Festival to be beld at
Metropolitan Hall on tbe - afternoon and even
ing or tba 23d of December, for tbe benefit of
tbe Home for tbe Friendless. Our good people
will find there a variety of beuUful articles, ap
propriate gifts for the holidays, with plenty of
cood cheer for the inner man. Whilst supply
ing themwlves with gifts far the coming CbrUt
maa,thc generous hearted will rejoice to feel
that they are also assisting in clothing the
naked and feeding many a Hungry little oae
whose lot has thus far b«en a s*d and weary
one, but wbo henceforth, we trust, in other
homes, provided through this medium, can be
come prepared to take their places amougtbe
cultivated and good of the rising generation.
7a. m. is v. Cr. m.
SO 40
H as
u st> s;
_ Cbnrdi of tie AicrmJor, (rrotestast EplscopalJ aa Oak
gtntU between Wtils led L*salle,K. D„ U open for dlrine
aen-ice every Soniay at ICK X- and' r. ic, and"al»o on
Wednesday evenla* at 7# o'clock. Sunday School at IK r*
v. Ker.TVm. Fulton, Hector.
Da. L. r.icr ox Moul Rxre**.—The 'lrat cf a |
oaoraeef lectoreson • 4 Moralßefonn,*'wtllbedellveredln
the North Presbyte ian Church, corner rf Illinois and Wal«
coltatrteti. on Sibiath ereidnr neitathalT-put sevto.
Tbe palplt or lie Fint M. E. Choreh, caraer of Wash
ington and Clark I'jectc, will te filled c& Sabbtth morning by
Ber. Dr. Fotfcr, of tbe Korthwestem UnlTerslty, ud at
by the putor.
TT*TTA*u3r—Bev. Geo. W. Hosier. D. D„ of Bcffalo, V.
Y„ will preach at th« First Unitarian Cbnrch, oaWaihlnf'
ton. near Dearborn »trt-et,t<Haono» at 10J$ o'clock a.
rarUb Sunday School at 12 x.
public wonfclp lacosof ctlcn with the Reformed Pres
byter aa Church, will be held to-morrow (Sabbath) la tl.a
Wat Matke: Ca 1, Randolph etxeet, at 10X A. 1L sad ">j
'P.M. Tbe public are cordUUy invited to aiitni.
Faxs Carscß, eoasza Isrusa aid Feaxxu* sri—
The Mission Cbarth of bußaraaba»—lrotcsUat Episcopal
—will tw opened for service and aeraon on Sandsy xnoin.
location o'clock. Kaniay School at S>f A. JL
* Cbxbt Cnracn, Cacrnxx.—Scfrlee and lecture Sua
d»y afternoon at 3 o'clock. Sunday School at 1 P. il.
—Biihcp Amu will pTtich at the Owen timt Methodld
Eplaoopal Church, corntr of Owen and Saafamos itreeta,
,oato4Sbrrdw(SaU«th)morskc2t lOtfo'clcck.
• rßmxnuxim—Ur. V,. P. 4 obler Uctore 'o E tad*?,
Djcemberlfcb, lithe Utzhxxsla'laiUtoU,ailo>* A.M.
'*6d7-F.M. Srtflirt la the craning; The Destiny of lh«
E^ai^ooi'WortiJ.
: T*m>
jj»w York, wQI preach in this cinrtfa t>monov
at l®)f o'etock, tad Is tt>* crts Sag at 7H o'clock.
RELIGIOUS NOTICES.
T7GGSI EGGS! EGGSJ
ITi TVe ikill be la dsily rtnlpt cf FRESH EGOS dminc
tt«winter ooooaJ/Bmed, and forsalesinutel prices in
qontaieito itiu Alao,oot*»silyoahand,
rCHcieit—ser.;l)3alel LortTof | g* 010 * BRAJiDB rLOVH &WnTI.OiTS.CORS,
CHICAGO, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17. 1859.
f3?*The 11. E. Church at PlaiTille, 111., on
llillbrcok Charge, trill be dedicated by Bishop
Ames, on Thursday, Jan. 5, at 10tA. M. All
onr friends are respectfully invited to attend. .
G. W. 8. Smith, Preacher in Chaise.
LOCAL MATTERS.
ggjr Go to John Joies, 119 Dearborn street,
and getyour clothes cleaned and repaired. They
will be well done and at prices to suit the times.
Holiday Phesixts.—Gentlemen wishing to
make their wife, sister, ordancbter a handsome
present for the Holidays sheuld go to the new
stores of Wam&ley & Aeaston and secure one of
those pretty Clouks -or Bonnets jnst received
there. They also keep a large variety of Rib
bonds, Hoop Skirts and fancy goods. Remem
ber the No. 41 and 43 Clark street. de!s-3t
f-tf Fifteen to twenty-five per cent, may be
saved by those who purchase their winter cloth
ing before the first proximo, of Tappen, 103
Randolph street. His assortment is not equal
led in style and quality by that of any other
bouse in' .town: and as Tappen manufactures
bis own goods, his cost sales present opportuni
ties to. purchase bargains, far better than any
other house in Chicago can offer.
Ans Yoc lescbbd?—A startling fact. Bear
in mind that your insurance is of no efficacy if
▼ou use Burning Fluid or Camphine. Therefore
banish them from your dwellings and call and
purchase Kerosene Lamps at Lamp and OU Em
porium, 126 Clark street. dels-Gt
fST Those monster Kerosene Lamps which
giro the light of two gas burners or two Cam
phene Lamps, at one-fourth of the expense,
will be hirea out for evening parties, lighting
balls, churches, etc., during the holidays, Ap
ply at Lamp and Oil Emporium. 126 Clark st.
dels-12t
£5J~Van Schaack, 47 State street, has for
Cold WtiTtrßß, Blower Stands, Register Reflec
tors, Fire Irons and Stands, Coal Vases, Bronzed
Scuttles, Fancy Coal Hods for the parlor, Plate
Wanner*, Soapstone Griddles, Batter Fails,
Farina Boilers, Ojster Dishes, Nutcrackers and
Picks, Sardine Openers and Scissors, Corn Pop*
pers, Ac., JlcGreggor Heating Stores, Stanley
Coal Burner, Cylinder Coal Stores, Regulator
Stoves, &c. Stove work promptly attended to
attbe Sign of the Golden Tea Kettle, 47 State
street.* ' decl2-6t
Singer's Family Sewing ILtcnunss.—Also
Machines for Tailoring and Leather Sewing, at
CG Lake street. See advertisement. delu-lm
Wheeler k Wilson's S*wjj?g IfAcmxis
for a Christmas or New Year's Present, a Teiy
appropriate testimonial of a Father to his
Daughter, a Son to his Mother, a Husband to
his Wife, a Brother to his Sister, or a Church to
its Pastor. This is a gift as durable as life—an
economy of more intrinsic worth to the Ladies
than its actual cost.
Geo. R. Chittendkx, Gen'l Ag't,
IC7 and 169 Lake street.
deMjl
Gas Fixtcbes.—Brown k Wilder are now re
ceiving from Cornelius & Baker, and other man
ufucturers, a large assortment of late patterns
of Chandeliers, Pendants and other Gas Fix
tures, Globe?, ic. All in need will please call
at 47 and 4'J State street. oc!7-2m
For Cubzstmas and New Years.—Alt should
remember that Seeley at 47 Clark street, has
the largest, best, and most varied assortment of
Candies of any Confectioner in town. Ladies,
please make a note of it. n024-lm
pg" See advertisement of Cornell & Co's
two thread noiseless premium Sewing Machine
and unirersal hemmer, No. 133 Lake street.
a027-ly
married.
Oa Ik-cetnUr 14ti, at the Rectory, Tl.«kilwa. by the
Rev. Gtforte C. St re t, Mr. JAMES C.I»E.\TEIt, of Prov
denc-,» Bureau cullv. 1111* and daugh
ter "f Otli t'amiw«."uf r'ortlard. Milne.
JNSURANCE, INSURANCE.—
OAB&IXtS BO?S>&
T. a. VAN cuarN
Springfield F. and M. Ins. Co.
Capital and Surplus $448,315.86.
siassabozt uasxmANcaOO n
. and Surplus $231,097.65.
nope fire: ms., co.,
Capital and Sarplas $179,543.53,
HANOVER FIRB INSUHANOBOO n
Capital aa& Surplos $242,104.94.
Knickerbocker Life Ins. Co.,
C&pital and Surplus $220,000.00.
OlHco No. 1; Polo's Bnidling) Corner of
South water and Clark Sts>
[ac22 a Ist p]
FOR THE HOLIDAYS,
"We hire nude extensive additions to our slock of
.LADIES' FURS,
*Tirt bare new era hind a splendid raortmatofextift fioe
Dark Mink Clocks C»p&s, Half Capes,
yicToaiExs.innrs, cuffs, cloves amitiens
-UfO-
Bcsflan 6*Ue. Bn4«cn Bit Sable, Stone Martin, Baron
m arris Htm, French Sable, and erery description
of low priced Fun.
Children'* Goods la Great Variety.
GENTLEMEN'S FUK COATS, CATS, MUFFLERS,
AM) ULOVX3.
Wolf, Btar, Tljrer Cat, Gcncelt, Raoftoo acd Boflilo
Rot*§. OurFunatenumifactiiredlnthebeJtniauner.and
rl» b. «>ld « It. LOWCtI h HAMMOND,
193 Lake tL, cot. Weill.
io3-e9oi-2n*Utp
'JO TAILORS & SHOE BINDERS
So "vv ill g achines
SHUTTLE STITCH—LITEST IMPROVEMENTS,
ty"DcsJgß«! expmsJy for Till:ra tnd Shoe Blndeia..Jrt
roc
DooMefpcetf.dluo *UO.
MO. 115 LAKE STREET, Clilcaeo, III*
del3M3l6t
GUOTER 6z BAKEB'S
JJANDS FKOSI CHAPPING. —
Buclc & Rayner's
GLYCERINE EMOLLIENT,
OIACERINE COLD UKEA.IT,
GLYCERINE AMANOINE,
ULYCKKINE LOTII-N. „ ..
GLYCERINE CAMPUOR ICE,
Will preserre the Skin Soft and Fair.
For saleonly.atthe
Central Frese iptioa Drug Store, 93 Cl&rk-ft
• Opposite the Coart How.
PREMIUM FLOUR.
We hira the sole a*eney of
ST. JOSEPH XXXX FLOUR,
Manufactured by J. 1L Swaitwont & Co.
FROM PURE WHITE WINTER WHEAT,
Exrreslv for the CITY TRAD 3. »nJ we are prepared to
for from ONE to FIVE HUNDRED BAJU
BKIS. CARTER 4 TAYLOR,
ocil-atSWu*-! 2li bosth \\ ater-it.
OFFICE OF THE AMERICAN
EXPRESS COMPANY. *
Krr Tons, December 6th, I£s?.
jfctice it btreby plren that, pursuant to a resoiaMcn
inewU al sineftliu of tie Stocknoldm cf the Am*r.can
Kipwa Company be!d In the City of Jiew York oa tbe
l&Ui d*rof {lorember. ISiS. and of tbe aathorty Tested la
uibytbe Artle'esof A«ociation of nid Co rr piny. ALL
the property and ta*t* » doeriug to said Ompany.of every
name and nature, mil b* sold M a whole. H pao'le »uc
tloo. to ths behest bidder, at the office of tbe cumpasy, CI
UaotoaatmUintbeCityor New iork, on tbt Sl»t day of
December tastanU, at IS o'clock. noon, cuhject to all the
liabUitlcxof «ala «Jom'any on tbe day of each tale.
Tbetcnssof sale will be m*ieknownonibcfiayof tale.
Ut order of Board of Drxtor»
7 HENRY WELL?, President.
' W*. G. Taboo, Secretary. delObS 4-2*awtd
TREASONS FOR USING
QTJERU'S
Cod liirer Oil Jelly.
The Jf. T. Aeaderar of Medicine certify that It contains
SsMfc*ntof I've C.KlLim Oil,
Ist—Tbit Ul* *a established feet that Oils, to be vacillat
ed cictt be tra informed Icto emulsion ia tie ctoccv-b.
51-Tbat in most of the cases la which Cod Llrer Oil li
prescritrtd, tbtfiomacb ofthepatlrni Is not la proper con
dition to nuieenitllsiT* all tbt> amooct of oil lakes, ud
ll.ai arr -at p*rt,a&d •omctlmuthe wlioleol ti>e oil
inoperative, (this l» easily
traced In the dcjectlous.)
M—That mr Cod Liver Oil be'rz a compound of oil
sad razir. la an emuliton of itself as soon u in contact with
a liquid; which take* place u 85oa u U reaches the s.o>
tosch.wfcsieveritseondlUon iraybe. ... _
4 th—That in case* when the I'hplclanbelltTes Pod Lirer
OUtobe prescribed or otherwise, toy Jelly U
more reli»blittaa the crude oil. became beits i >olld it
tDtutKT.ala in ue »U>zncL to undergo *ie natural process
ofdizcHlon ana awdmdaUoa, wbea oa the contrary the
liculJ oil will i*ss <JI inoperative. if the stomach, as above
rated,isnotlnaccndMoatotnakeUeiETjlsiTe, which id
ways h more or less the case whes the oil Is Indicated.
rrom tbe above consideration. the superiorityof Qccras
Cod LlverOll Jelly orertbecruda oil, Is to be acknowledg
ed « a T*»:tlre and Incontestable faci So'd by
©clOittMn I'OTON 4 CO., W Lake street.
Rose glycerine
A rreparatlfla of articles of the Mo*t Soothln* Qcal-
Uiea, recommended by rbrtltians for Pnrlfrt j. Whitening
aaaSoftenlajctheSkk— dmlrably adapted for curiafChap-
Tk-d orlnfiamedQandi.F&ce, Lips, ana all Skio Disease*,
boldcdjby P£XiOX & CO.
oclfras*a<a ——.—.—
HOPS, HOPS, HOPS
Ttlme Eastern la Hales fox Sale by
PESTQy ± 00.
CALT PSTKE, SALT PfiTKE—
KELLOGG & TUCKER.
CcaunlMion ICerehaets, 11 North Caaal ttmt,
' -*■—-* loJph.
delSbMOSw
Kcto atibertisrahtfe.
tW~C.S,
it avAorUed to rtcrivt Adi*Ttittß**U tfrli ind oB tim
Leadimg Ptrptrt of the Sorth TTrtL . jal-tflH-y
'OTICE.—As several limitations
of oar
.IRCTUSIJTJE
H&i e appeared, purchasers will notice that tterj bottl« has
"LTiU2T, MONTREAL, r
blows In the elau uul the cork tealed wtth the cam# "S.
J. Lj-cua&Co., Montreal."
Purchasers will please ask fbr
Lyman's Arctasfne or Ctnkla Bear's
Grease,
Which my be hadat the fallowing plaeca la Chicago:
E. L. O'Qara, 20 Wert Kosdolph ftrwt comer Canal.
Gale Brit hers, 205 Randolph street.
J. 11. Heed & Co.. 14» Like street.
Barcliy Brother*. 69 South Water street.
J. I). Paine, corner of State &nd Wuhlnctos greet.
S. J. LTMAN * CO.
HosnzAL, Sept. 13th. 1553. Boia-MQCMtcw
A BININGER & CO.,
-TJL» EitablUhed 27TC.
ALEX. McDONALD, Comer State and Roodolph-eta.
Sk>leA{eLt in tLe"We*t for this House, olfrn for tale torn
tfc&r veil knows establishment the best aaortaest of
WLVZS, LIQUORS. CIGARS. FETE GROCERIES,
ETC., £TC.,
Ever brought to this city.
One dozen of Assorted Liquors put op la cue* for family
usa, to which the attrcUon of purchaser* daiac tbt Holi
days Is respectfully Invited. deU-bttl-aed to Jaal-60
<£Q Ann WANTED—A Loan
W "/ of Three Thousand Italian on unen
cumbered productive real estate, worta three times the
asoiDt, located in the City of Uor-U, Illinois. Forpanlcu.
laraagdrcss immediately, rios CSQ. Chicago. dell-3tx
TX7~ANTED. A medium sized
* T Uerchuts Safe. Address post oflet bos 1821,
Chicago. del.xit
*\X£ANTED —A stock of Groceries.
T T Boots and Shoes, oi Dry Goods, la exchange for
Real Estate Securities, ImoroveJ Farms. City and Vlllare
Property. Said property is lu and near tie c-ty of Beloit,
Wisconsin. For particulars iLqalre by letter, or otherwise,
of the undersigned at Belolt.
detrrlw E. H. STAWTON.
T\7"-ANT£D—To Private Families.
TT Wanted hy a alcfl« gentleman, aSUilsjr Roomacd
Bed Room, comfortably furnished, with or without boaid,
la a prtvau family where no other boardets are kept. Ad
dress Air. S. A. GEE. City Hotel, Chicago. ce!7i>t
T2OARDING.—A large and pleas-
U ant room, wthbo&rdfor*ge&riei?iuaadwueortwo
stag e genilemta && 93 Lasalle ttrrtt, comer cf Wuhlutoa
Btrett. del" 3tx
MASON'S VOCAL EXERCISES
If J Af D SOL r EGQIO3. With an accompaniment for
the Piano Forte, adapted to the wants of prime pap! a, or
classes la Voati Mask. Selected from Itiliae, French and
Uerman composer*. and adtpted tn Treble ana Tenor, or
Altoanl Bass Voices. n»lx.weilUu>n PriceJl.
Puoilrhtdby OLIVER DITsQN Jc CO.. Brston.
TO RENT—The Ballroom corner
of Wflls and Randolph street. Ma Akerctrom will
let these elesant rooms bv the night. Thev have been con.
venltntly fiued up with adjoluing Dressing and Supper
Room, and are calculated u> accomodate either la-gc or
small parties. They will be rented low to respectable par.
ties. for turther particular! apply at the roomw. dtlTxiw
~\/I ASONIC—The members of La-
UJL fsyette Lodge. No, I'. F. and A. Sf„wUl bear la
mindtbesummonst>>aUend the Regular Annual Cotnrac*
moattonof said Lodge, to be held at the Masonic Tempi*.
Monday even'a , 1 *ceraber 19th. A. It. Ufl9, A.L. £ci9,
for the election of officers and parment of dues.
d«l7x2t By Order of the Actiag W. St,
10,000 GUI ™L B f T GS FOR
CORT EXCHANGE BAG HAXUFACTORY,
HART A AST**,
1&7 South Water street.
delTxlm
O GROCER S.—
I All AUTHORIZED
To clTer for a few days a large and weS assorted stack
of Groceries,
AT LESS TIIIN COST FOB CASH.
Call at No. 97 Sooth Water street, CUcagu.
del6b2tl Iw
S. W. ADASIS, Agsct,
NOTICE I The undersigned
wo-ild respectfully Inform his customers and tne pub
ic generally that h« has sold his entire stock of
BOOTS'AND SHOES,
Contained la Store
133 • • LAKE STREET. •
TO S. BEXYSp
He begs leave On closing his bnslneas) to express his
thank* to th* public for the liberal patronage which has
be«n extended to him. 0. £. >Y IS WALL.
CLlcaco, December, 18IP.
Theunde , ned having purchased the entire iteck of
BOOTS,S.SHOES,
And fixtures belonging to C. E. Wlswall at
Acd being ieiirou* of
CLOSING OUT THE STOCK TOR CASH.
"Would refpectfoHy tafrnn tbe paMle tint for thirty days
after the SOJi lnit.
All tlie Goods will be Sold at Cost.
tarsovr is ioue time to but cheat^es
del7-b243-3nj S. REEVE.
JpURNITURE— FURNITURE.—
106 - - Lake Street. - - 106
JMRSII MIOTIIEItS,
Harlnf removed Into the tpxdoui (tore 106 Lake
street, are now prepand with
A MAMMOTH STOCK OF
FURNITURE,
BOTH OF OUR OWN MANUFACTURE,
And cv*fußy selected from Eastern Markets, Havlrc
lacreued facilities for maaafkctartsf, Urjrt expert'
ence in Uie jrirlnj It onr perianal
attention, and B<l.k^eidcilT«!y
FOR OABB,
*v
We feel confident that no house la our lite an Mtl at
Equally how'-Prices.
J»o on* should fall to
STOCK
PREVIOUS TO PURCHASING.
MARSH BROS.,
106 •••••• Lok« Street • 106
jqpOLIDAY BOOKS & GIFTS.
Books and Gifts
—XT—
J. A. COLBY <fc CO'S
ORIGINAL GIFT BOOKSTORE,
US RAXDOLPH-ST., CHICAGO 118
"We present with each Book t«ld at tie regular Bookstore
Prices,
A Gift in Value from 50c. to Sioo,
AT THE TEKE OF SALE.
(hirstoci eortlsts of Works of Ait, Science aad satcr*l
Hklory, Advtatures. Tnvtla, tic. Agricultural acd Do
mettle Eccnomy.Bellei Letters* E'wya, etc.; Bibles, Bloc
raphles, DlcUjcark?. Encrdopt dlaa, Gazetteers, Fhllotofh
lea! and Chemical Wort*, Historical and lllscellaeeoa*
Poetical, Theological and EelltfoTU. Law, Medical, Stud
ard. F.ctloas, Prayer, njTan, aad Glc« Books, etc.
Call and Examine our Stock,
And be eal'sJlul that the
ONLY ECONOMICAL WAT OF CtTISG BOOKS
Is at the
Original Girt Bookstore,
118 Chicago.
y Catalogues mailed free upon sppilcailon.
FOR THE HOLIDAYS !
WE WILL EXHIBIT
ON 9105D1T. DECEMBER 19, 1879,
A SPECIAL PURCHASE O
BICH LACES, EMBROIDERIES, SILKS 1
BOBES, RICH DRESS GOODS,
SHAWLS, CLOAKS,
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods,
±c, fte., dc« #> AC m
ESPECIALLY ADAPTED FOB HOLIDAY GIFTS.
The Goods v«
All of the Newest aad Choice*t
criptions.
ZCM7 of them Just LinSed, lad wiE be >oM tX
Extremely how Prices.
TT« will cosUsae, dories Halidij*, the c!cadn{ cot
ttiecf
OCB. ESTIBE STOCK
OF RICH GOOD?, EMBROIDERIES, ROBES, RICE
DR£SS GOODS, Ac.
IF. n. BOSS 4c CO^
.lata SttwU 117 * IP
in * i 6».
Kcto atjbettisemmta.
QHRISTMAS!
BICH GIFTS,
SEW GOODS,
FBCBKI ABBIVAL,
RICH XSD USEFUL
fancy goods.
J. H. REED & CO.,
...Lake
QHRISTMAS GIFTS!
BBIDAL GIFTS,
FRESH GOODS,
ELEGANT GIFTS,
PERFUiIE CASES,
etagebe obnaments,
PARLOR ORSAHEHTS,
FEBFVSE BOXES,
FLOWER VASES,
DBOSZE FIGUBEI,
JEWEL CASES,
MANTEL OBNAMENTS,
LARGE ASBORTJIEKT.
«ALL AND EXAMINE THEM*
CHEAT VAT-IETY.
J. H. Reed & Company's,
FANCY AND TOILET GOODS STORE,
Lake Street 144
rpHE GREAT BOOK STOCK
OF
D. B. COOKE & CO.,
.LAKE Stexxt.
AT AUCTION
D 15 COOKE <6 CO., BOOKSELLERS, 111 LAJCE-ST.
bavin* determined to relinquish the
Miscellaneous Book Business,
"Will offer at their etc re. 111 Lake street,
theie entire stock at prßLic iccnox,
Commcsd&g on
ITVESDAY, DECESBEB 20, 1859.
AT TWO O'CLOCK, P. M.,
And continuing from day to day till the whole are disposed
of, in thafollowing order:—The Sale wp com
mence each day at two o'clock P.M.
and close at ten In the
Evening.
The stock Is new and frtsh, and most of a Standard char-
HISTORICAL "WORKS,
POETICAL WORKS,
BIOGRAPHICAL.WORKS,
BOOKS OF TRAVEL, Ac.,
Together with all popular novels of the day. Many of the
Works to be sold are bound In
Elegant and Costly Styles, and are tlie
Be«t Editions Extant.
The assortment cf
FINELY BOUXD HOLIDAY BOOKS,
Is large and varied, embracing all of the
New Books of tbo Present Season,
ANNUALS. ALBUIIS,
BIBLES AND PRATER BOOK&,
Bound in Velvet mi Elegant Stylea, with Clasp*.
FAMILY DIRLES OF EVERT DESCRIPTION.
The following, works, aznoDg others, will be sold:
PRiscorry. woßxs, - -
BANC/iOFi'S UNITED STATES,
"DICKENS' WORKS,
SCOTTS WORKS,
IRVING';* WORKS,
UARRYATTS WORKS,
KA.YITS EXPEDITION.
WOMEN OF BEAUTT AND HEROISM,
COURT Of NAPOLEON,
ICONOQRAPHIC CYCLOPEDIA,
FOUR GOSPELS ILLUSTRATED, 40.. 4c.
Tbe Chleuo paWc harp nerer been faTcrtd vtth to good
an opoortunTty of addlsg Booia of a ateriiss character to
their libraries.
THE LADIES ARE ESPECIALLY INVII'KD TO
ATTEND THE SA I,K
DTTERMSCASH. and ttlsparticularly desired that
att book* purchased will be called far each morning sue
•eedlsf the cale.
WJL A. BUTTERS ± CO., Auctioneer!.
Notieo!jgl
D B. COCKE A CO. will continae their badness at
their preannt location, a o. 11l street, confining their
attention sxclnalTeljr to tfie departments of
LAW BOOKS. BLAKE BOOKS,
dettbSM SCHOOL BOOKS AJfD STATIONERY.
COPARTNERSHIP.— The under
signed h»Tethia day aaaodated thsnnelrei tofttber
for the purpose of mAcufactorlcg Tbreahlng Machines iad
Agricultural Implements jreneraJr, nocer the name and
title of H. A. ruTTS A CO. Factory comer of Randolph
aad Jefferson >tee.a.
H. A. PITTS, J. L. PITTS.
M. 11. PITT?. JAa. GEORGE.
Chicago, Oct. 15,155®. del7-Jwx
AND WRITINGS
RTJFUS choate.
LITTLE, BROWS & CO.,
112 Washington-st.,* Boston,
HAVE 12? PRESS, AND WILL SOON* PUBLISH,
BY SUBSCRIPTION,
Speeches, Orations & Arguments
BOX. KCFCS CHOATE,
WITH A MEMOIR OF HIS LIFE.
Br Prof. 8. G. Brown, of Dartmouth
College*
In 2 vols. Bvo. "With Portrait.
These Totames vill oontala the moat Important of Mr.
Cboale'sSpeecbesla Constat, his Speeches In the Cocstl
tutlsnal Content'on In Xaasachaf«tia, many of his Lec
tures md Addressee, and sereial of his moat Important
Lecal and Forensic Arzument*. Many of ttesehaTe never
before teen published, and nearly aQ of thea are entirely
inaccessible. deTSbSSS-Steod
p ART).—It having come to our
knowledge that Shlrti of Inferior V»ke hvre been
offered firrvle it rcuil la Cblrcjco »■ QOLDtH HILL
skirts, which w»re not n*de*Sonr maaafvtory, thai
fioisc (mrse'rea and those ptrt.es who tell our Shlrti. a mat
jahuT. We bee therefore. to tfau tfut til Shirt* nut at
the 00LDEf* «ILL SHIRT HaSCFACTORT bearctn
thebickcf the yoke oar trade mark fortfcla aniclf. Tlx:—
(rC8.U.1857^)
Any infrlacexeet of which will bs rigidly prw-cßted. We
waold a so state that every Sslrtmaae at tb* above Jfaao-
and b< iris* our Hasp, Is ruarr»ateed thorcra|hl7
and a aUTUdr. C. li. HAICH & 00,
Kew VoxtKoreaber 7lh, ISM. delihJS4 laiod
yEGETABLES. FROJM
TBE&ONT HOUSE GAIIDEX,
At Betail at Wholesale Prices,
At tie Stone BuOd'rj. la the alley, fir* door ea*t of Tlf-
LlT.ry Stab-'c, «xd tnd door fro a State Itreet, be
tweea Stale acd Dearbora streets.
SCO bcahels nice, yellow flat unlaw,
6000cnolc« h»da Cabbage, . •*-
SOtoas flaest quality tsotlcn Marrowfat Sqcaih,
«» baskets Tarnip Beets,
SOObus'tls Blooa Beets,
300 bushtls Oranpe Carrots,
100 bus&fl* I'ajsntps.
COO dozen &:est quality Calerr,
6CO doiea Salary, or Oyster PlirL
All of the above Vegetables are of the finest aad best
Quality. and will be teat to aay part of the city free of
charge. delSollMw
delTbSO-Sw
ASSIGNEE'S SALE—l7sLake-st.
CROCKERY, CHINA, GLASS AM) HOUSE*
KEEPING GOODS.
A Large ud Splendid Assortment.
Ikaatlful China aad Plated Te» Siti. Castors. IjLßM.Ctxt*
lery. Yates andToLet Seta, far
HOLIDIT PRESENTS,
Both metal and CHEAP. uv«in closio* cnt the estlr*
itcckwttbontiwara tocoet. Jio* b tha tlsse to re plea vh
yourbroken tableinue- Bens.xbe*lTSL«kestreet, asd
_• a f TT rnsoN,
Artptt.
<Jelitr23-l2i
T OST—Strayed from the snbscri-
XJ rtoutnlst rtm old. Any'
prrKio retort lis f ta crtlrics Informal ca wfert he
miTbefooad, will b€ nltibty lewajded. U. H. SKLN
y£R.>tMttrppoHt»a Hotel. . delflxat
T OST—A Lady's Gold Watch with
1 J % rtstieaaa'i Chihi, »oia#wi*i* oa Baedolpk ctrect,
M**w ICaCropoUtu Hill sad Ductal*** stmt, or on
Sonbthu*. bntu Kwdotph «fc*et*nd JClw»oke**T».
bm. Tt» finder'•in b*libea3r rewirjedbylwiaxttat
»7lf(BthlTlj*il<r*<. dSxSt
HHanitlf.
W ANTE D—C it y Property
* * vttUil In exchisf e for nlaitle Western L*a3a
1 tad Moctr. AdJrm Boi M< P. 0. dclttSt
~\\TANTED —A gentleman and wife
»* caab«&ecomod&t£d with a suit of rooouaad board
la a print* ftaily on Wahub areaae, Sooth of Twelfth
Wr»ct. Ad<iw poat oflce bctWf. deiaxa
XXTANTED—A good Blank-Book
Forwarder. Apply Immediately to JOKES, PER.
DUE it SMALL. StiLoaera tad BUsk Book Mtaata4»
taren-, ia L*k< street. d«l4-bg*-lw
TirANTED—A situation either as
> T Book krerer or Stleciatß by a "in o/ thorough
bfuiaesexpericace, wher* by do* appOcatlva aara*
tioa to be aa eara a fair eompwmtlca.
Addrc— if. iL W., this ofilce. delgxtt
VV ANTED—In a good location
1.1 *om HOCQ to ««m ftp
T L balaae* la QalmpnTcd
load. dOO>£ Jt JOIMSOsTSo. 17 Clark fired.
«lftlS-1i213-Sv
WEST "WASHINGTON ST.
Psori*TT at x Discount.—Two LoUco Wert
was&iajß"n stmt, a lew Block* wwtofUtfon Park, for
2l e Inquire of WM. L. GiIEEXLEAF,
cflct «C Clcrfc of Circuit Coon. dea-M7»tf
WANTED TO EXCHANGE.—
x uWr'jg Ajton aad Chlauro KaUroad. will
«e rxchaaxed for propeitr ta Chicago, »tto er with bat a
iJjtht loeambraace. Aadreti Poet Office Bex 3478,
de3b!7S-ln
TED—A situation by an ex
< T TwrUne«d AccoarUat, A wholeaaU houN pre
ferred. B«at of city references flvea. Woud e&cura to
rannmeocw lit of Jsatury, Febtvlrj, cr lli-et, ajtd wouM
have ao ebkc'Joa to jo to til. Looli. AddrtM ~W." poet
oCce box MM. detaSw
\\f ANTED—To purchase for
e. 5 E«Ute or Bond* &a<l Mortxice*, %
Sleek or Dry Goods, EoraUhLcjc Goods, Cletixiajr, B*ni-
Crockerj, Orvcerlra, or Boots &cd Stitloiitry. Aa/
one niTiog a stock of coou*t'i M lc&n htarof % purthwr
Po»t Ufice Box 3T3H. or by *»mn» on J. B.
KRfc-NCH, Jr.. iooL>*eKrt<t, ctojo, 111. daSbiavin
WANTED—A good Watchmaker
• * to co to Mloeral Point. \S"l*Mo*ln To one vho
cia cone **ll recommended for hooeaty. lndoitry. fnigaU*
ty, ud kiiilltj to d« food «crk. 1 will pay eood *u« aad
flr« tVAdr employment. >'one need apply aalesa thay
aaiwer to ti:e above rMalraae&U. Addrtaa
TEuiIAS VET, Watchmaker.
Mineral* Point. Wisconsin.
Sox Sale.
TpOll £ ALE—I wish to sell a Horse
■L and Bo£iy ted * Fire King Safe, cheap or exchange
for a Piano t orte. Addreaa boxStoS. Chkago.
SALE—One good second-
X hind SAFE. • Addrtls post ofiiceboc ISO, Chicago,
Illinois. delixjt
"POR SALE.—Horse and Baggy
-L for sa-'e tw Kxrhnrrgc for other property. Inquire at
No. 1.0 Lake ctreet. de3-bt7o-Sw
XfOR SALE OR RENT.—Water
A Property, ITO North Water street. Ewry conveni
ence for Pork racking, and well adapted for Conm salon
Burtae a. Apply to fiAl WARD, BiAJMyiELU * CO
ST South Clark street. ds«S-blll lw
SALE—A fine residence lot,
JL !5 fwt front, oa Wabash avenue, near Twelfth street,
forsake as low price and na long time. But a small sua
required down. Ad-irea» P. O. box 136f1, Chicago, XJL
SALE—The large and mag-
JL nlflc*nt Hotel in the city of Bloomlngton, known a*
th« Pike House, all furnished throughout, sod ready for Im
mediate occupation. Abo tte valuab.e gr> unaa attached
fortenoswhlcharellberal. Applyto L. D. OLMSTED,
Chicago. noldbfMm •
®o tirnt.
Ty RENT—On Favorable Terms
the Store and Basement. No. 232 Randolph street, un
dertbe Clarendon House, 100 r«et deep—caa l»e rented low
to a good tenant. Applyto U. L. WuEELOCK. 77 Dear
bom street, cppoalte tne Pmh Qgi-». del4-3wz
TO RENT—Two new brick Dwel
tings, on SiichljTin st'eet. between Can ar.d w oleett;
with all the modern lmpiore
ments. P045t8»/jL girea January Is'. A 1 o. Frame i olid
log on the beluw Rush street Bridge—couveo'ent aad
•uiubTefors'kOngeOf flour and provlaluna. Aptly to
delSUil-lm a. CIHfE.STgR.
TO RENT—The three story brick
dweUingNo. 123 Oak street, half a block West of Clark
street horae-railway, will be rented low to a reapoastble
U.naat. ThehouseUn>wlypaintedandpaperrdthroughout
and suppltd with water aaa gas. Apply to W&L. OAM
BLE, >o. s Llad's Block, Randolph street bridge.
nos-a906-3a
TO RENT OR FOR SALE—A
JL nrw ftnt-claM brick dwe&lcg. No. COO Wabaah ave
nae, near Twelfth street, 'ibe house contains fourteea
rooms, with all moderalaDnveaents. Good brick stable*.
"Will rent low to a responsible tenant, or 1 will sell. *lh«
most of the purchase money can remain for five cr more
yean on bonaaad mortgage. Apply to
Bo3j-b»T-3tß A. J.XvERELL, S7O Wabash avrnue.
TO RENT—^Possession given irarae
dlat.lv— I The DwelTng House No. 175 South Jefferson
oa tie southwest corner of Jackson stmt. The lot
ton bylOu feet,andU weU shaded on both fronts Tfca
Inrase la In good repair, has » planked cellar nnder the
whole; two parlors connecting wi:h folding doors: a din*
Ing-rooma, kitchen. pan:ry and wash room on the ir»t fioor;
Ave chambers, tuth-ruosn, store room, atttc and otwiva.
Tory above. Als >. on the prrmUes a wood hou»e.barn and
carriage-house. Supplied both with hydrant and dstera
water. Inquire oa tne premise?, crof AKTEiIAS CAR
TER, at 3*2 South Water street. noli-lill" lm
*3oartitng.
BOARDING— 111 Wabash avenue
—Board and p'euant suits of front roo—s for jreatle
taaaaad lady on be had. AUo, sinjle room%—acd * lew
day borders can be acconn>daictf. dutrtw
T> OARDING.—A Pleasant Suit of
JL> furnished rooms, suitable forGentlrraan iod L*J? or
a lew tingle gentlemen, u> let with Board la a auAll prlr»J«
family. Al»» a few d*y boarders dteiml at >o. SJ south
Adams street, between W ibaah and Michigan Avenue*.
drtiln
fHonci) auto (Gxtfjange
(£IA AAA TO LOAN FOR
©IUjVV/U FROM TWO TO FIVE TEARS,
AT LCW RATI OF INTEREST,
Is turns to suit. If applied for forthwith.
GRE&NEB&UU BROS.,
del6t£43 2t yo.iOLaaa'lCttmt.
WORTH OF first-
Claw Securities
Wanted for Investment
at tea pa cent InUrert for Ave jean.
deS B. F. DOWSING X CO, <3 Clark-st.
T JL ADSIT'S
tl • BANKING AND EXCHANGE OFrICE,
39 Cuii 9TUR,C<iCiM.,; 31
Eastern Exchange, Gold and Sllrer for nle. The highest
market price paid for Eichangg, Gold an* Silver.
Premiums paid for Eastern, Ohio and Indiana Bank
Note*. drtl^lyjl
'JVELEGRAPHIC. EXCHANGE
On New York.
Drafts, Acceptance and Xot*s paid ha New York oa tin
dayofmatvitr.orLutdar of rr*ca,and money deposited
foracconatlnlhedtyof New York, and mIS to oUe* la
theTidaltT of New Yo> k, on tclegraphle orders,
apld If cWS EiIEP.T C'OBU,T*!efi*ph Office.
"\fONEY TO LOAN.—I lend
111. Kosct on Chicago Real Eitate Securities nanlng
from tlx months to two rears.
1 D.acoont Commercial Note*.
loetrjiiilc thrteU> ire year* loan* bearing ten per cent.
Interest. CUaKLEs li. iIAU,
tnyTy S4Clark«tnet.Ch!cajo.
<Eo=Vannetsf)is Notices.
T^LSSOLUTION —The Co partner-
I J iUpbentofort existingb*w»en Civile* M. Dopui
and W. W. Mltchel'. ntilit lie Ann of Dapuy St Mlteiwll
Is this day dissolved by mutual consent. AI *«xourt» of tb<
o.jii.i.j.,. DCf^
W. W. MiTCILELL.
Chicago, Deoesber Mth, ISM.
The trndenigned will continue to give prompt attention
to consignments of produce at tha late ofiee of Dopey *
MitebtU. No 1 Steei's Block, terser ef LasslU and .-oith
Water street. CH A RT.CS M. BCfUY.
Chicago* December Itih, ISM.
"niSSOLCTION. The firm of
I 9 HOWE ± FOSTER ia tMj day diwolr-d bvmnttnl
eouect. Tbe uc«rtU*d bn«!aew of tbecoocexawul be *f
w»wi brSamuel How*,-who vUI amtlao*Uisbasisea*of
etonee of Gnla In tt« G»Jrm Bentor la hl« own n»»«.
* samuel how*.
JOBX rOSTER.
deiosaa lw
Pi ceabcr 7th, 1£33.
"PiTSSOLUTION—The Co partner-
I W jjjip heretofore exlstlrc nnder the aaae of Witter,
Hracfoa £ Cote, is itila day al»oived 07 motoal consent.
The bsaiccu of the firaa will be cloetd br Charles H.
Waller. CIIAS IJ.WALKXK,
T. J. BRONSOS.
GKORGR C. WALKER,
JIRAH X>. COLE, J*.
Chicago, December Ist, 156*.
THE SUBSCRIBERS win coctlaue the Butseee of
'Walker. Bnsin ± Cole at the oM seed No. 90 South
"Water street, under the style and same of Walker &
Brother. CHARLES tt. WALKER.
QEOKOE C. WALKER.
Chicago, December Ist, 1559. delblsJ-lm
Go-partnership notice.—
I have this day a*sodated with me ffm. 11. Rice
asd 8. L. Underwood for the transaction of a General
ComaiisiSoß Business tinder the came aod style ofWaraoa
V. Coe h Co. WATsON' V. CUE.
Chicago, December Ist, 1559. deSblSSlm
TySSOLTJTION OF CO-PART
■ * xxusrr.—Tie eo>partner«hip heretofore ezlstng
between the uaderilgsed uader the firm of BENJ. T.
QI'IMBY Jc CO* Is ihia d»y dissolved oy mdtual consent.
settlement of accounts. BESJ. F. QUIMBY.
JOSEPH IL LOW.
Cblcajo. Sot. nth, 1559. n.-» t
pURE WINES AND LIQUORS,
PreserTes, Pickles, Sauces, &c,
FOR THE HOLIDAYS,
FROM A. BK3CGE& A CO.'.', SEW TORE.
Fiiians scpplied by case or bottle.
K. HUTCHIXCS, Aces'.
If? Randolph itrectiad £3 Baadolpb itrett,
CndCTtb* tUrtre Boas*.
litisbea sw
T EFT AT GEO. SMITH & CO'S
JL-i BAKE. Tbsradftf, the 13th bit, ft lCsßQr*Btf*m
Bock. vtthJJltckPoetat Book; eoauirs maneroc* Boat
Ajeonst*. tad Cbtek tea C-ty of CUeuo es lUrtae £*s*
forHirtor Muter, dated Ocum* 4th. IS&9. Wftoererwlll
nßtntheua* to thUofflM«Ulb«libanQy<S W Mt'sv
deism o. P. OZIZS.
tltt (.
NUMBER lU.
amusements.
IVfcVICSER'S THEATRE.
±TA Ma£!aoa rtxW, betwtta Stale aad Dearbon.
SATURDAY EVEXDCQ, Dec. IT.
A GREAT BILL tc LAST NIGHT
English Opera Troupe.
Who win. by general desire, appear la the fkrohU
Dnsiaot
808 RO"ST,
WHICH IS GIVES WITH A POWERFUL CAST.
Aad received oa each repteaeatttloa with
UNIVERSAL DELIGHT
Tfceperforasace will condade will eoochkle with the
tat act of the Optra of
JIABmHA.
erealnc. beoeAt of Mrs.
la active preparation Fj*t Mu or Oion luoa,
txb Dot oa thx Cucsb m tu Qaura.
VDoorsopea at 7; Curtain dies *t 'K o'clock pre*
**~Bax office op«o from 10 o'clock A. v. UH 9 o'clock
etaucaabeMeund three dare la advance.
litCß or ApKians^—Panptctta aod Dm Clxda, 34t;
Secoad Circle, 3Ac.i Lower Pnvato Box**. ••; tipper. W.
Z. O.atISRMiX Tmww.
The ideal
LECTURE.
REV. W. McKAIG will dtltrerhb lector* ea the above
•abjectnextTUESDAT KVENLNU.9OthOak.tBth«
CLARK ST. U. E. CHUBfH.
The precede an for the haproreoent of the Jcftnoa
StwtUhanh. Adniailna IS ctau. detteSt
ON CLUB
LECTURE ASD EXBIBITIOX.
A Lector® will be delivered
At Metropolitan Hall,
On SATURDAY EVENING. Dec 17U>. Ufore Use Chi
cjfi Audubon Club, by ExUor. McCOAAS.
At'JjCbO.**.
The rooms o* the «'lob win be thrown open to the hold
er* of tickets froa Wednesday at 9 a. until Saterday
ftftcraooo*
Tick eta 55 cent*. To be had of A. S. Xmt. SI Clark
street. de'ixU
1859 "Y. A." 1860
LECTURES
ON THXriISDAY EVENINGS,
JT JI£MOPOiiW.V BJItLm
scrtts TO CONSIST OF TWELVE LECTURES.
The fallowing gentlemen are engaged lecture:
Has. H. J. RAYMOND.
RAI.PH WALDO EMERSON.
BIT. T. STARK UNO,
MORT LSI ER THOMPSON,
BAYARD T A.l LOB,'
&ST.E.H. CHAFIX,
Paor. K. L. YOCHATTS. __
KIT.T.W.HIOOD«SOSr.
Da. J. O. HOLLAND.
GEO. smZB,
CFTlckets mar be obtained at the More* of E. S.
Wells, D.B.Cooke A Co" aadS.U Griggs: «th® Rich
mond, Tranent and BrJggshousee, and or tka Librarian at
tceroossofthe •oe'ety In Portland •*
H. w. Kao. C. L. TaoMAi, F. L. Mn«ix. Lecture
Committee. P. L SHERMAN.
ghiltwMi
METROPOLITAN HALL.
Christmas Gift Concert,
VEDNESDAT EVENING, SBC. 21lt.
For which ccraalon has been engaged the
TTorld'Benowned
.VO.YS. BJL, O A'D f.V.
Whose recent Wonderful Exploits at Nlann F%"» havo
enrsrtd so n.o."hof thepobllc attenilou Be *tllMrftfn
sonic of the following LN I'AUALLKLED FE vTS opos
a TIGHT Ri'l'E. ntv-r arumi>«ed by anv other person
GRAND EVOLUTIONS. auMiCRSAULTISQ B*ck
wanW and ortr UumlntfCaodlea;— the woader
ful CHAIR FEAT and Evolattoas without the aid of a
Pole. AlaO, ihe GRtAT VIOLIN FEAT, Drum Feet.
TmlwiHm. FbjJ. Flag Feat. Tour de ihaoeau. lie will
also nulcs GRAND ASOSLNSJu.N from the Stage to tie
Further Lrnlts of the Gallery.
Daring the Asceoskn MON9. BLONDIN will repeat
many ot the wonderful feais recently performed overate
lolling ckvn < t the Nlagar*.
The following will alau appear:
MR. DePASSIO,
MISS GEORGLVNA DEAN,
Vocalist and Harpist,
MR. HtJS>*EMEN\
VtoUnht.
LIGHT GUAR# BA X D
Eolarjed for this octarfon.
Particulars In ProgrenuLe.
Aftertbc Conent tie foOovlec VALUABLE OTFT9.
which an warranted aa repnM&taU will be dUtxibilea
aodlence tn the tame manner aa at the laatCon
*rts
t Splendid aetea octave Ptuio ..............1400
3 Huntinc eas Knctlsh pat. lever Gold Watches.. £0
t do Ladles ao do do do .. 100
3 dj do do do SUrer do .. CO
4 Oen*s* heavy Guard Chains... 1W
i Ladle*' di do do 96
3 Pair Bracelets...—..... 9>
A SettaenameiedLocketPlaasd Esr Drop# tt
A do rioco do do do ...... SO
i do Florentine do do do ...... S>)
5 d > 00l l Stone do do do ...... SO
A Swla« Cameo Pins to
S Mccnct»umPlp«9andStesifl.wanaated(eaalß« so
5 Setts Knivc»aad£ilver Mated Forks 90
$ iL» Miver Plated 5p00n5...... 19
6 lioaMo Lockets Ift
6 U'erscbaun •'icariioldert....,
i Setts silver-Plated Teaspoons.
S J"lver-Pltfed Batter Kolvea...
£3 F.D<tr-R!n2»
:0 Sftu shirt Studs or S'tfere B otto as.
5J Turc Silver Thimbles..
IM H.4S.U
TICKETS LIMITED TO *0» at *IXO EACH, to be
had oclr at BOOT & CADV3 Uttalc Store, U Clark-st.,
where ike article* can be seen.
Tbe &>t of the drawtrr naabert wQI b* pabllsbed In one
of the leadtnr pipers the day followisc. fatties abroad
•e&dlrK fjr Uckets will have their address aad tha aom
ber of tlckeU reeoided. and ankles forwarded by Xspreas.
Address AULX.SCOIT, Leader of LltbtGuaid Baod.
Puat Offlca Box S4W.
y. p. ptwltleeiy no postponement. dw^blto-Sw
"ORYANT, BELL 4 STRAT
-1 J tos's Commercial Colleje.
COUBSE OF F&EE PUBLIC LECUUBZS
Etzst TcaaOAt Emnso.
A series of Lectures eomptlslnic a variety of
sobjects, wtll be de.l»ered be/ore Bryant, BeU &
Comstcreia! Cul'ere daring the winter at tbe College Hall,
la tVmon Block, by several of oar dlstlnnUhed eititens,
wbo have ce&entoslf consented to participate in tbe ai-
as follows: _ . . _
Key. I*. R. 1L CLA RKSOX. St. James' ChoreV.
He*. Dr. N. L. RiCE, North Presbneiiaa Charch.
Rer. Dr.Z.M. HUHPIIBET. Ist Presbyterian Church.
B«t. in. J. C. BrERUUGIia. President Unlyenlty
of CUcko. •
Rer.br. B.S. JOSTEB, President SorthwesUrn Cnl
"Srr H.L. HAMMOXD, Editor Co ajwsatloaalHeraW.
CHARLES H. KAY. - Dally Prees 4 Trlbuna.
JAS. W. aHEAHA>\ DaU# Times.
J. K.C.FORREST. ** Dally Democrat.
BF. TATLOK, - Dally Jonnal.
L. S. EVKRCTT, - Dally Hoald.. .
J. r. EBEHHART. ** HomeJt School Journal.
WM.B.OODE.V, I. X. ARNOLD. Dr. JOnN EVA-NS,
Prof. J. V". Z. BLANET, THOS. HOYSE.
Ailmimvm Frtr. and uur atlzens genenlly are respect*
fuUy lavitedta attend. deS-bliS-im
"nANCIKG ACADEMY, 195 Ran
.Lrdolpbs-reet, corner of Welts. MADAMS AKER
SIKOM is forming classes for beclsners, aad those ad>
vuced in danclnr. All dances to vocue are taa«ht; also,
every variety of fency dandn> Class for. ctntleaen.
TueaJtv and Friday evenlncs, from 0 to 10 o clock. La
dles aad < 'hlldren. Wednesdays and Satordays, from SH to
6. Private lestonsat all hours. Weekly Assemblies. ewo»
mtadrg Monday evenmf, 13th last. de9xlw
"YTUSIC! MUSIC!! MUSIC!!!
m WILLIAM BUBKHABT,
LZADZR OF TBE GREAT WESTZRX BJJTD,
WIU rive private leasons to a few Scholars on the Comet
and Violin. AopJy at the oDee of the Great Weaxera Band,
corner Randolph and Learbora streets. n010b44-3m
DANCING
1?1 ACADEMY. „ Jf _
Couraor Ctaax A3td MADtsosSrs,rE D traDce on llsd n.l
G. Mlrasole. la returnlae bis thanks to his Mends and
patrons, has the pleasure of annouudoc that his Daactnf
Academy Is now open for the season. The Children's Class
mader tbe direction of Madam Mlnsole. Is nowopen. for
termsaudpaitleulanasolvatthe Academy. seu-aMS 3m
(General Kotices.
*delsbTnMt
Female teachers and nor
mal SCBOLARS—There will be an examination of
Female Teachers and of casd dtfes fr r a«lmi*nn to the
Normal Department cf toe HJ*h ScbooL, at the oflee of the
Itotnl of location, ll» S>uUi Clark stiver. aa Tuewlar.
December lOllx. cema.tadc« at 9 o'clock *-*-
<!«lsbi33 5t
JOSEPH SOBEY, -/>
O APOTHECARY.
No. 55 Klnzle Street, if,
(Having oflate «ufl» red from flit,) ts pleated to Inform ale
frleßcsanathepablleuat be has re-opened boalatM übu
oldtfaad. still 10 merit a shire cf ihelrpstroa-
thaattaxthemforthe past. OelixJw
TTTVE hundred dollars
X? Rswjas.
A reward of 4VO vQI be pild by the tmdertisaed for the
Detection and Conrletlon
Of the peacn or pencils who Fired the premises of
HALL & WISCH,
Corner of We 2* and Cfcarka «tieeU, this city. oa Sunday
main? laat.
WESTERN WORLD INSURANCE ASD TRUST CO.,
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given
that we ie'l oa FRIDAY, the Oth day of De
cember. 1559. a£ ten o'clock A. M n as public anaion. to the
highest &tdder lor cash at our Hardware £tore, > o. 49 Wert
RiadolLh ureet. career of Cllatoc barrels (SO «sU
lose each,) roppoeed to ooaiala Porter and Ale, and 1 ÜbL.
Huralai «ameto as. ftxrq
deibSOl-S* BJtISBOLD Jt MAOM3.
TO HOUSE-KEEPERS.—PIease
notice oar order* for ** Bndstreet'i Weaiher*
strips'* are peat, and all In want of them had better
Ua*e their orders at once, and we will attend to them aa fiat
as 9oa4hle. Some 2,030 of them have been soIJ wtthia the
las' few weeks, wh'chUa suffleentr^aat**^*?arethe
bat Weathentrip thateui be applied to ouulde doon—
ther beta** sate protection aointt told. Windjßaln and
Scow They are also well adapted to French Windows.
W« biTa oaMoalclax for the sides of doors and
TELFER A DAY, Room 18.
dt9z2w 50. 77 Dearborn tu, opp. Poet OA*.
A BARGAIN.—Two Lota 2S ft
front by 110 feet deep, oa Taylor
oa faith CTOcn l and
tSoOMCbOMh. to clow a conetrn. KK^t
PKCSSI3Q. SO Soath Clark street. ao» hud-lm
T?LHCTION NOTICE.—The An
i\i H-iilrrnetJoi of the Stockholder* of the Crion Line
rZ*.££ismCompany forth* eU*ct!oa of Da*e*ori and
fot jleapjotnttteat of Officers, win be held
Company to this r.ty.oa the second
Jiauia a iSiPijitx.
r>i'"«ro. 7th. laS3. de7blCT->w
T7OREIGN PACKING SALT in
P boUc.feraaiebT P. ASDEBSOS.
ek. Sooth Water stmt.
A D YZRIISJ2T 3 SCHEDULE
Tho following iro the rates of in tL 9
BAH.Tr PRESS AND TRIBUNE l|
0n« &p»«, tS Oom ifitf.) or.e InMrticn S n
each aabeequent Oar. (3t at t 13) n
" t»ow»«4i,(Jw|T.).„. *"*' <M
" ** one month. (tm v.) *
u three soaiht, (4m »ia.» I *!!*! .
M M tlx mooUuTlJa WSO k m
" " oao 7ttr„„.„ ....".r.'.r.* BIUB
tW A Schedule of Prices for more ipac« thaa Oae Squtre
«a be »eea at the Coutiaj Room,
All Chiaces eiiTsed SO cent* per Square.
B Y GILBERT & SAMPSON—
XEW -ttDSECOSD-ILLVD FTRXITnU^
SILVER-PLATED WARE. CARPETS, CROCKERT,
A*fO 9
AT AUCTION.
On TaMdart Dee. 20th, at 9 WJJI,,
82 Xak» Btre«t 09
Part of the Furniture ud Uowhold Goods of » WuaStv
Vurnltw, of *ll lH da. cxaprl-io* Sir cut Pat lor
Ottomaoa. Plaao atooU. s*cr*tartta Bock Cmml Offlce
Ca*Us i«d Ue*k\ owwood uJ Ukiioiur MaroletoD
aad oth«r QuTn«,
paamk, ttairClothaod lurfclah fcuy«:h&ir»«aU Lovanel
Liegaat Vouchee, Eiafer*, £.rcaat la
uad»laadOaktbMb«rSulu. » piecee; Puiaaad *ar-
Bumujaad Wa*h»Uad«» Caaerhatfaaad Kockrn,
Eateaaios IHsin* fabi#*. Winlrof-**, S'deboarda. Cod in
ajrt Frtach Bolateada, ILilr aad Mh*r MiUrrtaee. Caneta?
''laM«are, Minor*. Cuoklag Mot*-, Kucbca
of Sl.*er PbtedWareeT
t k.»posst.
delThSfl.at * GILBERT & gAMPSOX. Aoctloaeen
Q.REAT AUCTION SAT.R
Toys, fancy Goods, Jtc.
The eatlreAock cfTor*, Fucy Oooda. TaakM Notlov.
im S T^fi rT i rn . Ul *. Ula t*oo*l*€ u» a.», JUBSUMI
will b« aold at AacJon. ctumencln^
OX MONDAT, DEC. 19th, at #X o'clock,at LUset.
OaWTCDNESDAT we will »«:i to oat dtUea% Tiw» ud
«, scl .^ T « 1 T de*Jfn»d for CnrftaMOUle, tt
™« »• tie Ladles w« pa»Ucal»r) j iorlted to ettendT
Ortat B*rxalaiai« offend—Trnn* L'uti.
«Im-v»ik»w C.U.KEITU. AocUoaew,
aei7Wis iw u AlaT>earfacn>>&■».
"WORLD.
CHERIFF SALE, AT AUCTION',
k-7 BY CILBSHT* SAHPSON.
OS TUESDAY DEC. 20, IT 10 O'CLOCK,
.We will ad! at our tfort,
.LAKE STRXET.
A Quantity of Superior Furniture,
But mijlittle wed, and la rood order, cooaistißcof Sofa*,
>»<o9 Cestie table*. Wore sua da, Padar <?b»irß. om
elegant iro, one spleoatd Secretary. Abe, as the mm*
time and p ace, a (OcciUd asaottment o' ail xlade of Sew
t arttitsra and cth*r Heuaekeecla Good*.
VALUABLE BLACK
tlale positive and wltbou' reserve.
del«-bm « GILBERT X SAMPSON.
pOSITIVE CLOSING SALE-
021 WEDNESDAY, Dec. Slaf, Commenting o*dock.
WH positively dose out without resetvethe of Ue
LN'GRAIN*, THREE PLV, BRUSSELS AND
CURTAIN' GOODS, OIL CLOTH, ETC.,
nThe CarpeU will b« Cut la QoaatitiM to «slt r pvc2u*crf.
F&rtlcata want of C&rpetiwlUito well to attod this a!*,
GILBERT Jfc SAiIPSOS,
Aactlonwci.
pUBLIC SALE
CHATTLE PROPERTY,
Pabllc notlc« !♦ hereby g*.vn Cut, by rlrtTjeof tfc* pow
er of aala tnenUooed la ut civcn by a remla CfialUa
Mortgage, executed by Lewtj P. b*m on 'natt-hdav •/
May, A.l>.l&3»*odxtT«uto WUilam Walt*r. «blctt»td
mortzaca 1* '«c 'filed >u tha oiSce ot the iUc^r' er of Deeds
In ami fori be Conniy of L\H>a. and duu of lUtaola. in
Book Thlrteta of Chat'!e at ra** *£>, wbtea
nxxwajn was duly argued Ui me, Her with ifeeaotw
therein mebltnncd,bjr s«ld Wli.lam Wiiur, on th« Kb day
Jus*. A I>. 1838. l>etaultba*)o* been made in ib« p»y
aaot of the i>t>ta*aeQttcD?d io
tue of a aecrrtai otdar made and attend la the ■
Comt of Cwk <;gnatr .UUDvia, oat be Obaartrr aid*
of, on the 7Uj day of Deeeihber. A D. l&M, la a en tain
caUM peadloit, woert'a L»a* d b lleurr A. Ulcha/d
--•onaad Aaiuanlci A. Bojlnrcn arw Cxsplaiaaata end
Aaron P. Kinyoo. William Waller, W llUuu Holta, Hor
ace White, WiLlam L. v* »ii»r atd L««b P. iteer* are
Defendant*, I *hal!,oa tbe tw«n«y fljh'h day of I>ee>ta
ker. A. I). liM, »ell ai public uicti< a to the b'gbfat b dder
for ca*b, la tbe rooms In Laffln * Block over LiSla'tisto'*,
Andtheentlit
at the corner of Wabaan av«oue aad Mouth Wat*r»t*evt. ta
the c*tv of Chie>r>. *ll and singular Ue jo-ds aad cbaltl*•
mentioned and de>ertbeC la said chatUe tnurtfige, belec tfl*
furniture and property lateiy used in the Aiam* Hoom lu
s,l<l tliy, andcond»tlnf of: Onese«ea uctan Rosewood
Plaro, %);«*• noaifer of Doub e Staked B*d»t<wds. Single
Stained BerUeds, L>oo-lsan>! Single Black »al«ut B<sd
tteads. ljcuble and Single Mahnca .y Bed»tcada. Beta Hed
steads. Double an i ;lc*!e riar Maitna»ea, Loub'eand Sin
gle atiaw MaUresses, Double and Single rpriog Beds,
Double and X igle Bolster*. Feather Pillow*. Counterpanes,
BUuktU,Comtoit>rs CUon a&d Llaon duett/, >apkles.
Towels, and Beading of all descriptions. Cha-vber Stts,
IWroom rumtae. Plain and ilirbie-top Watiutaofla,
Waihbiw e* ami PStcbtn. Slfp Jar* and Water
Mihrgany at d B*aek Walnut Bureaus. (Main Bod marble
top.) Looting illis.es, Oval Mlrriri an«l Mer Glasses. Mv
botany, Black Walnut and Huatwood Sofa Ci airs, Sell oca*
fata*, and ArmChairs; Oak Recettloa Chain and Sofeh
Mahogany Tete-a-'J etea. tables. itar Table*, Parlor aaa
B*dzvomCarp«t«, French Turkey, iKuswtl'. lsgtaln asa
Three-ply; Uiauuk parior L'tuLunj aud flfures. J flea
Furniture, Oil C>otb, Eilcotlun Tables, Dm*els Hug*,
complete Parlor Seta of Ro»ewu<vt Furniture, Jtutewoia
Ceoire Tables, Marlle-tup CeiitteTables. Cof»oods»» <-U
Flush Chain, Otecs Viiv MiUH s»fes, Mats, Asgers.
Scales, Gonaa, Ked a&d liesert TaMe Cover*,
aaa Oiasswarv. Dialer room Furniture, Crafflng Dt«hes»
Cut-Glass l>labesand Decanters, Tumblers. Uoblrte, T*!co
and Finger O'aes a, Cutlery, Hated Korta, Sironns. Cak*
Pasketaaod Plu , ber,C*»tere,Palls,Tube ILa aud fcltcwn
Ware aad Furnltur*. Cblna witcr rUchers, Cat-Ola* D*-
Superintendent Public schools.
niu and raxßum
■ or iSTxxmad is viuir raw a*» njniait
• Loo per Squar*. each week, fbr tat month. '
100 '* M for each Mjbsequeat ©oath.
-A(W *• M for one year.
aurtton Salts.
We willed! at ear Store,
No. Bi.
By order ef the Sheria;
IT ircnosoF
C«rp«ti, CartAln Goods, and OH
Clotlu
JOHN WEST
Choice Steal of
Velret Carpeting.
At hie Store, Xo. 11l Lake Street, np*fetal».
deii-bgaa-tJ
HOTEL FURNITURE, <kc.
ran'ers. Bar Furniture. Rums aid Jelly Moulds, Cooklac
Raoieasd Purnliure. Window SCaries and Flit*res, DtD>
ln#roumChaliß, one Uenlng's Sa'e, and a lot of otherartt*
c « of i jrh descriptions as »re usually used about Ho via.
The whole computing tbe complete oat At of a CnMltae
boiel In >bl« ilty.
The sale will csmmenceatlfl o'clock In the ft>reaooß, aad
coatings from day t<< day until tb« wbolm Is sold.
HORACE WiliTE. Asslane* of said Aloitgit*,
By J. T iIOYT. his Afrnt.
aaa Temporary Beretm.
Chlcaco. December 13,1853. dslßDg< W
XXTIL A. BUTTERS & CO., -
Y I GZXZSAL Accno.vtzas.
■ ■ Jtamrbmm Mmt* • • 78
A few doon sorth of the Post Office, Chlamo, nUwoU.
fypmmpt atUnton riven to thssalesof all Unds of
property at our Auction Rooms, or any part of the rtty
We refer, by permlssian, to Jaeasn. Brown ± Wtldv*
Osa Fixture Dealers; J. A. Smith X Co.. Ilat and Fur
Dealers; A. J. Galloway A Co.. Land Areata: D. B.
Cooke ACo.. Booksellers; Hoseaseld ± RosenUrf, Dry
Goods; G.W. Ga«e, E« , Tremont House; H. O. Sto««,
Esq ; ilberty BI«!ow. E*o.; William mce, Esa.: Obedlah
Jatfson. Esq.; Gvoklns, thomaa A Roberts. Ai'ortitys s
B. T. Career, Esq., Marino bank: Chas. Tobey ,
Fumltare Dealers, all of Chicago, o^SaTWy
JOHN RANK IK, General
A >~r n.Y ami COXXISSIO.V XERCUjLXT.
Mo. 177 -ndolph st_ third door east of the Briocsßptts*.
t'MS Advances made on Good* for PubUa and rnvaw
Sale. Particular mention *lven lo cnt-door sales. _
Regular sal* day> Tuesdays. Thursdays aad flat
Ample Storaseßooms for rrat allow rates. JslS-y-«Bi*
MJtnes anU ILiquots.
vy T. SHUFELDT & CO.
UA.\XTACTUKrB3 T0&
A. F. CEOSKEY.
SI • - Math Waur Street - • 11
(Comer of Wabash AvenueJ
DUUUsn of
ALCOHOL, PUBS BPHUT9 AUD WUXSUB9. 3
Also Maanfaetirers ef
Domestic Liquors, Bamine Flald
DEALEB3IX <k RSCTZITZSa COAL.
17" The Trade Supplied at Market Bates and oa Llbei*
Teroa. tnU4M-lT
LCOH O L .
FOBS ALCOHOL, (SO p«r cU
C.VDEKWOOD i CO..
t&i a«ioU> W«u> Krett.
oct-aao3-3m
"DOGEITS DRY AND SPARK-
X> LISGWI.NES AT HALBET * KgOH.
"DO GEN'S PURE CATAWBA
ri at TIAL3ET A KCTG*3._
JOHN JAQUE'S PURE CA
"'"'S3SA sxcio-a.
TTALSEY & KING, 168 Clark
n street, only authorized A rial* la Ch!c*<otor til
ale of Bogea'a and Jague's Pure Vtlneeaad araadw _
"VfAYFLOWER "WHISKY.—IOO
I*l b^F^.c^b^to^lor-l.^
TIIPERIAL WHISKY.—SO barrels
J. F-ihUa's celebrated brand, for sal* by „ _ .
COKL. iTABIAN A CO .107 So. WaUrtf.
OMITII'S OHIO WHISKY.—2OO
O tolifor»*le DT COBL. FABIAN
T>ANK SAFE—Ono large Burglar
I) ud Fir* Proof Safe for ede by COEL. FABIiN *
CO, 107 So. Water strft.
"DRANDIES, WINES AND
"OAISINS—SOO whole, h£ and qr.
It bo,e, ***».
PRUNES— 25 kfgs new French
Pn.M saikintv iTirkevPinae*.
wsi. littl g ± CO.. la death Water stmt.
CHRISTMAS CONFECTIONS.
V/ loa boiej Fmcy Tor*.
a» - Oam t rope.
•.CO •• RoU Lozeaje*.
WJ(. LITTLE & CO-
South Water at.
TO COOPERS AND MILLERS.
1000,000 of w*Q atasoned CUT STATES, wtth
.5«. 89

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