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JFitmnrial anir Commercial.
MONETARY,
Famax Erxsnn, Pec. 10, ISM.
Business to-day has teen quiet, and tbe only
tootioeable feature is the gradual stiffening of
Exchange. Buying rates to-day are [email protected]|, with
readj purchaser*; selling 1 per cent, at bank
mod held 6(1017. Under tbe influence of tbe loir
net of Exchange ruling in the early part of
the wetk, immense amounts of currency were
reoeived this morning from country correspond
ents, for investment in Eastern drafts,' and of
course the relative condition of the market was
rsiy decidedly altered. JU jet ire hear of no
. complaints on either hand, and the market gen
erally is working smoothly.
For coin, should be remembered, exchange
can always be purchased at aboutJ premium.
. Oar quotations are made for Illinois and Wis*
cousin currency as the standard! This fact
should be carefully considered, when tbe price
of exchange in this and other Western cities is
made the subject of discussion.
There is very little damaod for goli It re
tails at [email protected] premium.
The banks are doing nearly all the business
of the city. Outside brokerage has about dis
appeared from the streets.
Short paper U nominal at [email protected] per cent, per
month. Six to twelve months appro red names
I<sU. lire year loans on unincumbered inside
productive property are readily negotiated by
sgents for Eastern capitalists at 10 per cent,
with [email protected] per cent, for commissions.
Hcarr Failuee.—Private dispatches received
by bankers here, report that Cook & Sargent,
bankers, of Davenport, lowa, did not open
their doors this morning. A card upon them
attributes tbe failure to that of Sargent k Dix
well, of Boston. The houne had several branch
es in different parts of lowa, and were largely
identified with .the financial end commercial in*
teresta of thatStatc. Their failure will be felt
snd deeply regretted all over the West. They
were tbe owners of the Bank of Florence, Ne
braska, and when the crash came in '57, tbey
had s large amount of its bills in circulation.
Jtost, if not all of these were then retired with
in s for months, but we learn that considerable
sums have recently been paid out by the con*
tractors for the extension of the Mississippi
snd Missouri Railroad. Should this report be
correct, it will cause much suffering, both
among the laborers who have received tbeim
snd those iuto whose hands the bills have fallen
for supplies. It is high time that every species
of 4t wild-cat" currency was banished from the
country.
Baxa. or Tecckscb.—A. S. Evans, Esq., ex
change broker, received dispatches .yesterday
stating that the Bank of Tecamsch, Michigan,
bad *' gone op." We inquired of other bankers
who entirely discredited the report. "We give
the rumorfor what it is worth. We shall know
particulars in a day or two.
St. Locis.~The Democrat of yesterday says:
Just as was expected, the reaction in tbe ex
change market is already commencing, and it
was more difficult to obtain supplies of good
Eastern drafts to-day than yesterday. Dealers
generally sold at 1 cent, prem., but were un
able to buy at much if any less than this, show,
ingtbe supply to be comparatively small. Sight
on the South remains at i prem.
Remittances to merchants are causing some
snore currency in the market, and it u nomi
nally i below bankable funds; but practically
there is yet no difference in tbe value of Illinois
Wisconnn or other State currency, and Missouri
country bank notes. Notes payable in the lnt
teroonld readily be lifted with the former, ralber
than miss.
As a general thing, larger returns to this cilv
of tbe money with which hogs are purchased in
tbe country, are not bad before the middle of Jan
uary. Tbeiocreased railroad facilities-bring it
in tome earlier than formerly; but prospects
this Tesr arc tbatit will remain ont louger than
Qsoal before making the circnit.
Our merchants may also expect large remit
tances from the country within the next few
weeks. The aggregate amounts distributed in
this city for beef and pork alone mnst be im
mense.
Liyn WARIUKTS.
The last number of Adams' Chicago Bank
XoU LUt has the following:
The demand for Land "Warrants is moderate*
without any chaoge In rates.
Aeru. Buying p«r Acre. uui
]h TO
™ 70
*i 100
COMMERCIAL.
Feuut Ernrnic, Dec. 16,1859.
The receipts daring the past 24 hours were
u follow*:
BXcurii or raaoca*. D. L
Floor Whl Com Oats Hox* Hop Ca*Je
_ br*. htw. bo*. tn«. No. >"o
2-*p.F.R,R. 7?J &2M lt3 17&5 943 1000 lM
BockltHn6lUH. 230 SA 76n0 .... tfl 174 ..
UL«'«n<nl R.R. « 1344 6=B MJ 1083 4»0 71
B.AQODCTKK, 841 BS9 07*3 1673 6U CSI U
Nonfc*wfeßtt Ml sois «si
CL,A>4£>t. L... 88 SS I'SO
Total.
SITS 20337 12726 <tfi 3SS3 4103; LSi»
This has been the dullest day in the Bog mar
ket this Benson. The receipts of Lire and
Dressed were over 7,000 head, and this, with ltie
t«7 depressing news from Cincinnati caused' a
dacline of [email protected] on Dressed, and fully 10c ou
Lire. In the early part of the day there were
buyers of Dressed Hogs at [email protected], dividing
on 300 lbs, and one lot of choice Indiana brought
$6; but in the afternoon buyers generally with
drew, and the highest price paid was $5.50, for
hogs over 200 lbs. Tbe holders of Lire Hogs
did not submit so freely to the decline, and
there are probably about 1500 left orer unsold.
The sales range from [email protected] gross,—the lat
ter price being '.paid only for a lot of extra
choice.
The tame dullness and 'depression pervaded
ths Provision market. Mess Fork was freely
oCared at sls; but the buyers hare also been
paaio-stricken, and there were none venture*
•oaa enough to offer over
Heats we hear of nothing doing, and the mar
ket is entirely nominal. Green Meats are still
in fair request, but at lower figures. To-day,
mlss of Oreen Sides were made at 6ic, Hams at
?c t and Shoulders at 41c. At tbe close several
lota of the latter were offered at 41c, without
takers. For Hams, however, there is a good in
*&d it woold bo difficult to buy any but
outside lots at 7c, Lard is very quiet, and al
though holders are offering to sell freely at 10c,
thare are no buyers. Tallow is in good demand
at [email protected] The favorable weather has induced
one or two of our packers to recommence beef
packing. The season will probably be entirely
closed at the end of this month, when we will
furnish our readers with the accurate figures.
The number of Hogs packed in this city up to
date foot op about 64,000, against about 125,000
l*fct year. The receipts this weeb, so far,
tmonnt to 26,886 head.
Tbe Flour market to-day was more active at
• shade below yesterday's prices. Spring tx
traa selling at [email protected] for fair to choi.e,
•ad $5.75©4,£0 for Spring super. Wheit
okanged hands more freely, at easier prices—
sales of >*o. 1 Spring being made at SSe, and
2«o. 2 at [email protected], —closing quiet at the inside
quotation. The increased receipts of Corn
caused more activity, and prices were a shade
lower than yesterday—No. 1 selling at [email protected]
4o store, and Ear Corn at 42c on track. Oata re
main firm 85c for So, 1. Bye 2c lower—sales
"being made to-day at 75c. Barley quiet and
£rxn at 56c Tor No.l. Bighwines held at 22c
boyers offering [email protected]
Hogs reox Ikdxaka axd Kortu "Wxscoxsc?.—
Some of the beavieat and choicest Hogs re
oeived here to-dsy were irom Elkhart county,
Indiana—shipped from Bristol by Messrs. Owes
Coffin and S. 15. fiomaine, to C. S. Dole k 'Co.
of this oity. They were sold at $6.00; the high
est price paid to-day. There were also a choice
lot of hog* received from Watcrtown, "Wis.,
which attracted universal attention; but they
were not sold to-day.
TMB HOG AND PUOTISION TRADE.
ST. LOUIS.
«-I?LS'? t 7 0 t Ho ' lkllled ln s '- LenUaptothleerenlar
laitlOO bead. Oalva cwbunared It id were offered to.
d*v. Among tbe ealee wm 500 head, id two Jota. at sS
Ibi,and W for thwe"*Teraciax 180
160 lba, borne drea*ed o««
w«oo«Ib« In, AidOrtßc o«la* toweUcbt. fZt
~?**7n&*sa«hlehr*>e»»»Liii*rebeSncpal(:; but for li#Ut
*£•. ltw In proportion toere and at other
TsJ®* 1 teud ti mU* formers keep aucbbackto
pacain* r*rtu-rJoto the
Mtaa Pot* mlee MS'S; *n<j Laid atabontloU<*
K •houldt.-i and 8c for -
Louisville.
WUIIBO9 haul, awaj i* fee an/opw*rti,
X»i tha product, a aale of toj &rli ret* pork *t aitjy? m
fcdiold alt If. tod 30.03031 bole aldta £•£?
extnu Tht market m an«tu.d wij
nal,l4ib. Qea
ALTON, ILL.
ftz Hoo Tkisx.—Toderday vaa another cood dir for
thahocpacfcwa«bavtbe«aalltbad&7Bofthliweek. At
wadeaaboutSaOnnki&jkls were cut vp.atd 403 pnt li the
way/or to-day** ca Ut,*. A flr»t raw bwlnea. hat beea
Oooea'bah bo>Me»U)lt w'«ciof sr< At Walker & (ireea
wood 1 * oa Alooday S3) were picked, on Toeaday <9O. mad
ytautU?aboafflU A«wiapreJtct«daweeaa<o,tberels
a daellncln the off Tioft ooib and elM«herr. «gual to
nearly SS Vbuod/eJ. H*«» woich a week ago commtnded
wlU not icalir* to as.ii now. i'oo-er
Coorler, ISth.
CAh'Toy, ill.
Tr "Hoc Taasz.—Z> irinc the 14' cr part of lut week the
poratral«WM<iiuteori'ku>Cabto>, l»elo* fraeiv
paid •nlaooe <xtra lota •« lea e. have told m Llili
Ukrv) fin rrc« has been offexci ior lot* arentfnc 800
-t»4«MUr,ttta. sw«a.
PEOULA, ILL.
. Tbe market to-day las raeovtffed aad trj.
«ea for live liocsara quoted at S«SS9<JO. Drrntdbonu
iod «9 for 100 Iba up to Sao—iTranicrtpt, Uth.
ECOXVILLE, ILL.
Dow.—Our county has been pretty well scoured over by
buyer*, and most oftfte bog crop has been dlspoaed of. Some
lots, towmr, an stlU dilvta in, and find ready sale a: II.M).
Weha»» bcaidcfaa&le of a choice lot at #5 crou^—Repub
ttcaa,l«h.
QUnfCY, ILL.
Ilooe.—lesterJay tie receipt of quite liberal.
Prices rented from 9) to MM per 100 lbs. "\ielcanili»l
u P*"lb (t-nic, about IC,(.uj hare been racked at this point.
-HWiuc,UUi.
• OGLE CO* ILL.
Oflt* Co. Toa* at a I'kexiuk. On Wednesday of but
***♦ * p * «• Scorllle nf Byron, look nome thirty
to tbe Rockford irartet. Two barer* there were tieb <le
tenmned to have tbe lot. and commenced bidding op. Ibe
huowrr* fl rally bought by ilr. P. P. Crawford, oue of tbe
competitors, who agreed to t*- $C a htnrtred for all whlcli
welgtoedi»asihanSJOß>sand SIS for a'lthatwelgMdo»»r
that. One bof weighed 820 fta, which atllSahundred,
brought Reporter, 15Ji..
310L10E, ILL.
Po*k Picxnro —Messrs. A. A T. Shaw, hive bad their
porcpiCklacMiablUhißeat In fall blast about two week*.
They bare ucIUU> • for disposing of about 2jo hog* per day.
—{lndependent, 15th. -
INDIANAPOLIS, Inl.
Tll* 1100 TxiDa,—The trade la bogs continue! lively.
Trains arrive daily rrci*tud wlh the Mve criUen." for tbU
an'i river market*, Drover* cotue In almost houily, accom
panied by wagons used to haul the overly fat, weaned at-d
exhausted porker*. Siaughiejora and parkeis trc&jLugy
aauMlncoovertisc the uve stock Into meu pork, cirar
poik, hams, ahooldera, lard, Ac. To trtnsact all thiabiul*
n'Ualarnaauuutor money Is requjod. wblchthe b nfcs
>nppl> to the cJinpvTtive rxc'ustou of other kiLds of bu»l
jjeaa. All Uie p«calus ts vrc tn»y. ilr, Mc
JaQnttlnfo'iiia c* tuat he b»a p«cke<l Mae 11.000boc.
Ub the arnv^l*daily will larj ly ewcll tlie tmou'it ty i.c
lastol the week. J-or the Lo<« hereufore wicked f>om
•\ fO to S6 lure been paid, and fall cricea Wi4 be offered tor
all thai tn*y coxe to market li' reafur. clndnua:) and
Lvuiatllla pncea are fully auaulned at IntLaiapwli#.—
GOSDEN, IND.
IV Tie Pork buyen had a lively time In oar alreeti last
week-pricej rattfm from 5i.76 to f1.73 acsoiditg to
wel^bL—lTuqu, lftth.
UUSCITUfE, IOWA.
Hoc*.—T?e«!pU by Ila'l oad yeste dty:
F/om li an-., 4 rar« wl b 2 »',
rram Wuhliuctoa. w.tn 6(0.
From Wut Liberty, 1 car wlchßJ.
Frnm tbe u oa reliable loformatlon we can ob'atn there
will be between 13,* OJ and I&.OUU hooalilp edfromWatb*
inewn ihlaMaaon,tobaalsuab i»rw»cd
Uwf» arc wlilng at SIM to 45 fiO Li UilJ market.—JJouii-al,
liUi.
DAVEXTORT, IOWA.
Th« Fork trade continues to Increase and price* are kept
upbyahealmyccmpeUUvn. vtcseebyibepricea quoUd
that our bD«*rs arc poylng a better price than tbore at any
polntaOoveSt Louia. M«ura.£»aw,Obaw &
ukrnihe luge brick w»rehou«e of l>r. Long*r,an2 are go
loiouedrua d hogtralcextensively. Sir. V. It Howr U
bayinglarzely.a'dwasta 10,C00bead more, llcasra. Sic
llanua & Bush are etanxblerinr dally, and to-d»y are ex*
pectin* In » floe lot of Coo ton for Ilr. It. 3. M. If. Kur
rowaUaUoboyU-g.and ilr.Stn h hat ataocbtred qnlte a
aumter 'or him. We are (lad to see a dlapvaiilon bo favor*
able to •he f*nner?, and hope that our friendita tbeadjotn-
Ingeountlcawmacnd oa their "crop" of boo. proa.ulns
th»matai;tlmMthc very highest market price.—LUavtn
porltiazette, lfiih-
ST, JOSEPH, 110.
Sotrrao Hoca *t R. R.—Oi laat Mo&lay, Mr. Bed
tn«&.aceaiof UueU#Oo\ 01 Qalncy. 111, rhlppca by the
Ilan&Ibkl it tit, Jo«eph K. R. Ave oundred bof ■ from this
ctty. Yesterday eighty tar load*, requlrioi; fotu engines to
haul then, we<e th pp«d from alooßihe line for the tame
pa-U<a. Thismortdiigfifteen caraloadedwlthhogsfortbe
same arm left this city, and there will probably be twice as
marymo ealon< the line ready to be hltcbed onto'be en
fine on tbe mad. This may be consltie eC a prefy largo
buaioeMtnthe waycf rtrfpptnghogs. Mr,Kednunlspmv-
Ing tour dobara grors for all .be hir < deUverid to Llm at any
point o& the line of the Fallroau.—[Giiitte, 14th.
MILWAUKEE, WIS.
Duhid Hoos —Receipts smaller, 891 heid to-day. Wca
tberaofl and market very dull and heavy, We note the fol
lowing *al«s:
6 Hon aroarin* tSOfts &U. ..tS£7
X .. - .. 2M 6.75
6 .. .. 232 fi.76
156 .. .. m tra
Si .. .. 160 8,40
11 . 135 SJST
4 .. .. 1C( C.87
131 .. IM _ 6JS
US .. at «.<0 and 5.70, dividing on 2ffl Jb\
to .. ai6®7and 6 7ft. ** **
54 .. atfiCTandS.73, "
S7Q £.. ftlß.7flforill weljjhliuc over 900 fiC *5.50 over
180&s.aad$5.00furall underl63
kee Sentinel, loth.
MINERAL roixr, TTIS.
Tbe Tork market bu been act've the pa«twe»k. Some
450 beau of drt**ed ho» * wb cein* ovet gi,ooo C-shave been
ehipptt" from this station. Tbe price has ranged ir m ».v(4>
£5,41, tbe latter prist for beavy nogt.—[Mjieial Point Tri
bune, 15th.
Dausro lloos—The resdpU are larje, ranging from 1(X0
to lflOOcalty, including tfioee by teams. Thecompetltiou U
more •filriied. chiefly amon* tbippersand pric* have»-d
--wicwl, luti of £3O and upwards being quick at *6.0666 JSi.
—Tribune. luh.
OT* There la more pork coming Into the tnirket than we
b«aaur Idc* could bo raked up in tba country. Tbe bojjs
areraostiysaiall thj season, not tbe pork a.peara to be of
anerce'lentquaiUy. TVe thick ou' f-irarrs would do well
to torn their at'eniion more to ralsinc cattle and b"c» than
they have heretofore done. An old po k raiser Informs u»
that when com la selling for leu than sixty crnta.lt is much
mori profitable to feed Uto hogs, provided tbe Dork can be
ao'd for t1.7Mt6.00. Our fanners should in»kea note of
tnla, and try the experiment-—[Davenport bem., l&th.
' DUBUQUE, IOWA.
E7* Pork sold on the stren yesterday at VIOO. *5.10
was pail for a choice article There was considerable in
town, and packer* were bu^.—£Uenild,lSth.
BOSTON.
Paoviuosa-Mcu Fork la moderate demand. Sales of
prime at SilCil!: me 4 H6SI6 60; c>var aud extra dear
ai7.(os£lS.tti¥ brUcatband 4 mos. li ef lain limited de
mand. hales of Eastern and Western mess and extra
at 59,<612* bilcaahandimo*. L'nlle in ttcaay dert.ano.
Bales in brlaailoyQUc; kegs UJ4®tsc cuh and 4
mos. llama are avJiug at 10>4®ll>jcf<lb, <tm».
ALBANY, j». T.
Taoviuos*—Pork very qnle\ and forpr'me tbe market
latet er. Sal anew mc»aalsl7; o<d do
I19&19.SO; bo»e!eu, |Soft2o U), and prime «ll.*.&ftll 7*.
iJe«t qul-t and lower. We fjiotc State pr.xne, #4 JiKZM;
la est S3<«6; extra do, s7<£6; Chicago ; cxtm do s'.(£
It. U«efbam*lnllmiV-d -eqnen atltSfcU.W). CotAScat*
arefcaresandtbe market 1« firm, fxmt-ke' 1 shoulder*. S&
e#e: d; ham«,lieilS'c. Laniqutu at ll(SllK:labrU
an-i kegr. Foi tbepa«t ihrteday« Drcved lligs hive
lo more freely, a- o tbe demand has been mote act vef r
packing, lb* receiptsthS*norr.lng wcrcllS btd,a!ltak
en at 7V*7.;i dividing on 175 Ex. i*igi would command
•f.3o&ti.CS.—tvenlng Journal, 14th.
Selltaxper Acre.
fO
BO
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Daily Review of Chicago Market.
Feidat Evisrao, Dec. 16, lU9.
FLOUR—'Receipt*, 2,175 bbli. Market more active and
close* dull, with a downward tendency. Sales wen.-:—200
bbla choice spr'ng extra at |4£7X del.; 100 bblt ••Genesco
Valley*' do at (.73 del.; 290 bblt' 'l , auton"and **Kewat ee" do
aU.CJ dtl.; 35 bbla "Goodbce do at 4.75 del.; 100bbls~Ccn
era" (THaJ and 103 bblt "Geneva" (111.) at 4 20 del.; 60 bbla
"Cook County" *operat4£odel.; 50 bbla fair super and SS
bbla "Arcadian" dontS.'B del.
IVH ELlT—R«o«iptt, 10,537 Lu. more actlre at a
shade lower prices, bales wem—l,3oo buaNo.lsprjogat
9Jcln store; I.COO buadoatSftcon track; 2.500 bo* N0.2
spring at Vlclnstor'; 2,030 bci do at
do at 90c In store; 1,000 bus do at 91c In bulk on track; 91
bag* by sample at 94: on track.
CORN—Receipts, 13 755 boa. Market more active and a
ab&delower. Sales weie:—«,Soobu» >«'o. 1
J,ouo bo* do at 43c In store; 4.000 bus doal 45c on track;
bn»doat44Hcon track; 1,200 bus do aMlc on track; 300 bus
do In bags at 46c on track; 300 boi choice yellow In baft fet
47c on track; 1.&00 bos ear com at 42c on track.
OAT&-.R'celpta, 4£35 bcj. In food demand atd firm.
Ealea were:—l,ooo busXo. 1 at 35c In store; 1,800 bos do at
86c on track; 2,600 bus do at 37c dtl.
RTf—Rectlpts,3Blbca. HaiketSclowcr. Sales were;
200 baa Ko.l In bigsat 75c on track.
BARLET—Receipts, l,7GGtnu. Siarkct quiet and firm.
800 bus >'o. 1 sold at 50c la store.
HIOHWINE&—Market [email protected]«len juklns
the latter figure.
AI/'OUOU-44&45e V gal.
SEEDS-39 ban choice t'motbjr teed at
DRESSED HOGS—ltccelpta,3£EZ. Harketdo3andloc
lowfr. Ealuwere:—
IST Hop areraglnf 1M ft* at.
IIS .. .. 240 .. .
IST Hop areraglnf 1M is at
IIS .. .. 340 fi.73
<» .. .. 3M
€1 .. .. iOQ ft 45
42 .. .. 200 bJbi
10 .. .. STO 640
60 .. .. 360 e^o
w .. .. 2W
u .. .. aw (diojc-)...
100 .. at *8 00, (US, and IMS, dividing on 160 and 200
ISO .. at tSXOand tS.TS, dlvldtnc on 200 lb i, •
40 .. at tl.7Baadl&Ao divining onSOofts.
81 .. aiiS W,WJAaad $3.76 dirkUn* on 150 aad SCO
tfcs—aUorerliO.
43 .. at $3.'A $5.Si and $3.73, dividing on 160 and 9CO
a*.
43 .. at $3.83, SSXO and $5.*5, dividing on ITS and SCO
ft*.
71 .. aU4.?S tS.as.t3Jo and sS.73,dMdlng onISS,
l&oandSHOs.
1W .. at $3.33 and s3*o, dividing on SO) fit.
- P&OVIStO>S.—Meu pork doll and nomltal at 114 75®
1S03; dry tilted meats Inactive a&d nominal for
■houlden and ?S?Kc for tides looae. Green meats a abide
lover. Sales -were:—l,ooo grten aides it
hanisatTc; l,oCogftcnthcnlderaat4yc; 6,000 doforddircry
between niw a&d January 1, on private tetmi.
LARD—DoII and nominal at SXQIOe.
TALLOW—{O bb's prime at lOJ^c.
HlDES—Qntet. Green, Green Silted,
Drr Eahcd,lCaUKc; Dry Flint,
c POTATOES—In good demand at 43c fdr good Jfeshao
nocks. Common, 4G£4Se.
POULTEY—Drajwd Chickens, sK®6c 9 lb; Dressed
TutkeyOcFft.
EGGS—Is rood demand at 16317 c.
BUTTER—IUtot qulet. Firkin, 11(313c; Dairy. 14®
17c.
DBtED FBXJIT—7I packages choice carters app'es at 7c.
LITJC STOCKS—Receipt, 4,163 toga, 826 cattle. Bum
—Tbe market at Sherman'* Yard* were Ycry quiet, and
bnyera and aelli-r* were too far apart to adm.t of tnumc
Uo&a. At tbe Southern Yards there vu more activity, a&d
sales ra&{e from M.25Q4.93 groat. The market, however,
thowi a decline ofabout 10c, and at the clo«e there were
twenty or thirty car loads left over un«o!d—huyerahavlrg
withdrawn la hope* of a rtlll further deellneto-morTow.
Cxttlx—Good cattle were la active request and choice were
buoyant. Three floeateen.av.M74lba^were aoldat&her
man's Yards at tt.oo gross—bought by a city botcher. The
aales of all klnda of stock at both yard* were u follow*:
112 Hogs averaging S&O&aat ... a rrv
107 .. .. 251 4.70
ltl (i .. S7S .» I.M
68 .. .. 560 JliO
10» .. .. J75 42: "iCO
to .. .. ass .... 4S
I*B •• - »
SS .. .. j-5 .. 4XO
lit .. 970 ». *..................... 4.t*5
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IlocsE,—On motion of Mr. Xiblack, of Ind., it
was resolved that till tho election of u Speaker,
tho Clerk of tbe last House be authorized to ex*
ercise the power devolving on the Speaker, for
preserving order in the galleries and on the
tloor of the House, for tbe time being, under tbe
rules of tbe last House, and that tbe Sergeant
at-Armsfora like purpose be under the direc
tion of tbe Clerk.
ilr. Bonbam, of S. C., said the whole country
were anxiously looking to the aspect of affaiis
here and inquiring why we dia not elect a
Speaker. The reason was that the majority of
tbe House were unwilling to place in that chair
an endorser of tbe infamous Helper book, snd
deemed themselves justified in resisting bis elec
tion by all fair and honorable means. He bad
nothing to say against ilr. bherman personally,
but rcierred to him politically, and cordially as
sented to tho resolution that neither he nor any
other manVho endorsed Helper's book was fit
to be Speaker.
He believed it was & fatal error when the Mis
souri Compromi&o was accepted by tbe South,
for it has only encouraged Northern aggression
against slavery. He referred to Mr. Hickman
as a renegade to his party. When he voted for
the Giddings motion to reject the Senate bill for
tbe admission of Kansas, every one supposed be
would finally land un tbe Republican side, al
though he lias since claimed to be a Democrat,
His vote yestcrduj for Mr. Sherman, settled the
question that he is no longer a Democrat.
It has been sought to elect u Speaker by the
plurality rule, which he believed unconstitu
tional, lor the reason that none but a majority
conld elect a Speaker. It had been said that
there were precedents for its adoption, but the
circumstances were different then from what
thev arc now. Mr. Banks bad not refused, as
baa Mr. Sherman, to repudiate tbe infamous
teachings of Helpers botk for the abolition of
slavery and for insurrection.
In reply to Mr. Hickman, he said the South
desired to have the right to carry slavery into
tbe common Terrritoncs, and bare it protected
like other property by Territorial laws, and
not refusing to afford that protection bypositive
hostile enactments. The South, while denying
tbe right of Congress or tbe Territorial Legis
lature to abolish, prohibit or establish slavery
in the Territories, claim that it is tbe duty of
Congress and tbe Territorial authorities to pro
tect it while there. .i"
He replied to Mr. Nelson, he said, more in
sorrow than in anger, and refuted tbe common
cant a that President Jackson put down nulli
fication. He also defended South Carolina and
ncr course at that period. That gentleman
(Mr. Nelson) had spoken of the Union as more
important than the Coustitution, but those
whom he (Mr. Bonham) represented look to
every part of the Constitution as more
important than the Union. The gentleman
frum Pennsylvania (Mr. Hickman) bad spokeo
of forcing tbo South bock into tbe Union, suould
she prefer to retire; but whenever it is found
expedient to do so, the Union no longer exists.
He said without hesitation that on the election
of Mr. Seward or any other man who endorses
bis claims and holds to the sentiments declared
bv Mr.Seward, call the party by what name you
please, he was in faror of immediate disunion,
and he thought he spoke the sentiments of his
entire State.
How tben could it be expected that Southern
gentleman will consent to the election of AJr.
&berman,who comes here reeking from the pol
lution of doctrines adrerse to Southern inte
rests! 1 The resolution of Mr.Clark,of Ho., was
proper, under these circumstances, and he told
gentlemen that tbey would preserre the institu
tion of slavery or perish in the endeavor, ilis
patriotism began at home.and he was for South
Carolina against the world.
Mr. Uillson made an explanation denying that
he ever said that any man who endorsed Help,
er's book was unfit to live.
DETROIT.
Mr. Clemens, of Va, wanted the House to
proceed to a vote for Speaker, and objected to
gentlemen being compelled to sit here for five
hours in order to give their brethren anoppor
tunity to ventilate their rhetoric. • He gave no
tice that he should retire from the nail when
ever he was physically disabled from attendance.
If he could not get a pair, bis friends would
have to do without his vote.
The Clerk slated that havingbeen empowered
by thb House to suppress disorder both on the
floor and in tbe galleries, be should do bis iuty,
but hoped no case would arise compelling him
to exercise authority thus conferred.
Mr. fcimms, of Ivy., said Brown's foray into
Virginia had been followed by a crusade against
the^ rights of the whole South, lie would speak
plainly, and tell the gentlemen of the other side
that from tbe very foundation of this govern
ment there has been diseased public sentiment
iu the Northern States on the subject of slavery.
He spoke of contiaued aggressions of tbe
Republican party on ibeSoutti. The Republi
cans number more than 100 on this floor—men
of character and ioSuence—who bare sought
ou tbe stump and elsewhere, to diffuse opinions
practically leading to nullification of the fugi
tive slave law, und bring contempt on tbe Su
preme Court, because it has declared Congress
; had no power lo restrict slavery or exclude it
from new Territories. The balance of power in
tbe United Sutes Senate, once deemed a safe
guard by the South, has been lost, and North
ern preponderance will be still further increased
by. admission of other new States. Nothing is
now left between the South and her assailants
but the Democratic party and tbe Constitution
of the United Stales as expounded by the Su
preme Court.-
The Abolition party in the North having
failed to reach slavery in the South by direct
legislation, have sought to overthrow it by in
surrection, by poisoning the public mind North
and by keeping up constant theft and robbery
od tknt tpcciea ei property at the South, scat
tering incendiary documents throughout tbe
land, and have elevated to tbe bicbest public
trust men that hare proclaimed tbat there is an
irrepressible conflict between slave and free
labor. He was no disnniontst, but would ask
was there to be limit to these assaults on tbe
South, were they to bare tbeir necks like con
quered provinces, and be do?poiled of property
without redress? If the Uuion is to be pre
served there must be a cessation of these
wrongs on the South. He proceeded to reply
to Mr. Hickman's remarks about the South vio
lating compromises, denying the charge. For
forty years tbe South has remonstrated 4ime
and again and have all tbe time been yielding
tbeir Constitutional rights. The Constitution was
formed by Northern and Southern men when it
was signed. Tbe former had tbe right to sell
slaves in Southern State?, and did so. Southern
men had the right to keep slaves and purchase
those of the Northern men, and did so. Tbe
Northern men took the money received for
slaves and invested it in bouses, lands, merchan
dize and commerce. To.this day they have that
property and profits, and yet turn round and
denounce the Sooth because they retain proper
ty sold them by tbe North. At tbat time the
ring of cash was dearer to tbeir hearts than [tbe
clank of bondsmen's chains was oppressive to
their consciences. If there be in that burning
lake where hissing serpents and fiery dragons
torment the damned, a place more fleir than
all the rest, it should be reserved for those
Northern fanatics who would seek to scatter
seeds of sectionalism among brothers and
friends, and with tbe torch of the incendiary in
one band and tbe dagger of tbe assassin in the
other, would invade every capital in the nation,
and amid its fallen columns exult in the desola
tion they bad caused.
Unless the North ceased invading the rights
of the South, they would be prepared to meet
them at the cannon's mouth. For the last forty
years tbey had submitted to these thingsfor the
sakeofthe Union.-Altboogh smarting under ten
thousand wrongs, there was not a man in his
district whose heart would not bleed to-day to
hear the knell of tbe federal Union. They were
for the Union with the Constitution; nnle'ss that
was preserved, tbe Union was worthless and
worse tbao worthless. It was time to talk
plainly, and he wanted no more dodging or sub
terfuges. He said the North has rataea a tem
pest it cannot control; it has overleaped the
Constitution of the country and laws of the land.
He doubted whether tbe regrets expressed on
that side for the Harper's Ferry raid were sin
cere. and predicted tbe promise to tbe ear would
be broken to thehope. Asa Representative of a
God-fearing, Union-loving, law-abiding people,
he enterea his solemn protest azainst the ten
thousand wrongs committed on tbe South. He
cbargedthe Republican party asbeingthe cause
of these dangers haueing over tbe country. He
was'tio alarmist—no aisunionist; for the Union
he would peril his life; bntif tbe shock oust
come, and if the fell calamity of disunion was
upon them, he wanted to see his native Sooth
stand on the Constitution of bis country and like
one man Bland up in defense of right.
T\ro More Ballots*
Washecgtok", Dec. 10.—The House has taken
two more ballots, with the following result:
6XTTXTH SXLLOT.
Kwwarrto a choice Jl4
Sherman, Republican..... 94
liocock, Democrat 1.......11" K
GUmer. American
battering 9
Whole somber ....227
xietmt BMior.
Ttceewvy to a choice .; .. .. 11:
Pheraan. publican ..... ji!
Dccock, Democrat cs
Biuler. American Dlrmlon S4
Scattering 9
Whole xmmler..
A Democratic caucus will be helield to-night.
Mr. Sherman's rote on the first ballot taken
to-day was reduced by some of those who here*
tofore voted for him'going otcr to Mr. Gilmer,
who was supported by tbe following members:
Adams, Anderson, Bo1et«r, Bailey, Brabsoo,
Briggs. Bristow, Campbell, Dawes, Etberidge,
llalc, Harris, Haskin, Hulton, liill, Junkin,
Leacb, Mai lory, Mavnard, Milward. Morehead,
Moore, Uorris, Pa, rielson, Nixon, Pennington,
QuaUes, Schwartz, Scranton, Smith, Stevens,
Stnkes, Vance, Yerrce, Webster and Wood.
Those who Toted for Mr. Boteler alter Mr.
Gilmer withdrew from tbe canvass were:
Messrs. Adams,- Anderson of Ky., Anderson
of Mo., Bouligoy, Brabson, Briggs, Bristow,
Dejarnette,lEiberidfre, Gilmer, Hardeman, Har
ris of Md., Haiton, Hill, Leach of N. C., MaUor,
Marnord, Moore of Ky M Kelson, Qatrles, Smith
of S\ C., Stoke*, Vance, Webster, and Wood
son.
Tbe above votes explain the cause af the diff
erence in the result of tbe votes to-day for
Sherman and Bocock respectively. Such of the
above named as had before Toted for Mr. Sher
man returned to his support after Mr. Gilmer
withdrew.
Mr. Vallandigbim was misunderstood yes*
terday by the reporter. He said nothing about
slavery in the Territories.
Davexport, Dec. 16.—Cook & Sargent, bank
•iCra,.closed to-day. Cause said to be failure of
thiir Boston house. Liabilities not stated.
.Cincinnati Market*
[Special Djpeuh to tfca Prea aad Tribnis.]
Ctsczsxaxz. Dae. 16.
Dnu Hoc*—Fair boalasaidobiCa Sales at WJa^SXO*
K r celpttto-day, head. . '
Poax-WeatentioWattfiKttli
BY TELEGRAPH.
XXXVI CONGRESS—First Session.
WxtH'soios, Des. 16.
THS BALLOTS IX DETAIL.
Tbe Failure of Cook. & Sargent.
JOHN BROWN'S WAB.
Another Panic In Virginia*
Cttx&LEsTOWX, Ya., Dec. lfl.—The negroes,
Shields Green and John Copeland, have just
poid the forfeit of their lives.. Tbe crowd in
the town is veir great and the execution was
witnessed by about 1.600 persons.
At nine 0 clock tbis morning, the field was
occupied by the troops, and at seven minutes of
11 o'clock, tbe procession made its appearance.
It arrived at 11 o'clock at the scaffold.
The prisoners were in a wagon, accompanied
by tbe Sheriff and Jailor.
They mounted tbe scaffold'with a firm step.
The prisoners had tbe caps placed over their'
heads by the Sheriff, and .after appropriate
prayer by Rev. Mr. Jiortb, of the Presbyterian
.Church, they were launched into eternity.
Before tbe rope was cut, Green waa heard to
offer op a fervent prayer. Copeland was not
heard to pray.
The prisoners'bade farewell while on the
scaffold to the ministers, Messrs. Waugb, North
and Lesk, expressing a hope to meet them in
Heaven.
The drop fell at 11 minutes after 11 o'clock.
Green's neck was broken, and be died without
a struggle. Copeland writhed in violent con*
tortious for several minutes.
The bodie«will be placed in the jail for inier«
meot to-morrow.
On tbe receipt of news of the attempted escape
of Cook and Loppic, Got. Wise telegraphed to
Gen. Taliaferro to take possession of the jail,
which was accordingly done.
CnABLCSTOx,Dec. 16.—We hare had an ex*
citing time during the past twenty four boors
which has just closed with the execution of tbe
four prisoners. Throughout tbe day yesterday
there was a great influx of strangers and citi
zens of the country, who were flocking In to
witness the last act of tbe Harper's Ferry trage
dy. The latter came thus early, apprehending
that tbey might be detained at the outposts, as
was tbe case on tbe day of Brown's execution.
Tbe vigilance exercised at tbe Railroad depot
on the arrival of a train was not so stringentas
on the occasion of the execution of Brown, and
but little difficulty was experienced in getting in
town. Shortly aiter the arrival of the train ia
the afternoon, a grand military dress parade of
all the companies in attendanae took place. Tbe
troops went through their evolutions with great
si il>, and were reviewed by Gen. Taliafero, who
was on the ground in full dress, and mounted
on aspirited charger.
The prisoners were visited yesterday after
noon by the Bev. Messrs. Nassau, Dutton and
North, of the Presbyterian Church, and Rer.
Beverly Waugb, of tbe Metbodist Episcopal
Church. Tbeservicesiu thecellswereof an in
teresting and solemn character, and were par*
ticipated in by all the condemned, thoogh it is
now evident, from subsequent events, that Cook
and Coppic at least were playing possum, as
their minds must have been fixed on hopes of
life and liberty, rather than death and eternity,
at the time they were molting outward protcsta
tions of resignation. Tbey all gave an unquali
fied assent to the conviction of religious truth,
and bopo of salvation in tbe world to come.
Cook and Coppic were the loudest in their pro
fessions of acnunge of heart, and in tbe hope
ot Divine forgiveness they freely admitted their
guilt, and acknowledged their doom as just,aud
that in the main tbey have been treated with the
utmost kindness by all. Tbey thought that
some of the witnesses were rather harsh in their
testimony.
Tbe ministers imagined that they had discov
ered a decidedly favorable change in the condi
tion of Cook's mind since bis interview with Lis
sisters. Up to that time his calmness and bra
very were regarded as proceeding from a lack
of feeling, liut on leaving him yesterday after
noon they reported that he had been led to seek
forgiveness tu his protestations of religious
conviction and hopes of forgiveness, all of which
was undoubtedly intended to hoodwink their
project of escape.
Cook has been visted throughout his imprison
ment by the Rev. N. Green North at the request
of tbe prisoners, as also of Govs. Wise and Wil
lard.
Iter. Mr. North was present at an interview
between Coppic and Mr. Butler, a quaker gen
tlemen from Ohio, who raised the prisoner,
lie describes the interview as an affecting one,
and speaks highly of Air. Butler'a Christian de
portment and advice to the prisoners. Mr.fiut
ler says that Coppic was a trusty but very wil
fulboy. An uncleofCoppic,of thesamename,
from Ohio, his father's brother, also visited him
yesterday. The interview lasted for over one
hour, lie seemed in much distress at the sad
fate which awai's his relative. This was tbe
condition of tbe town and tbe prisoners and the
military up to 7 o'clock last evening.
. All apprehensions of an intended rescue had
long since been batisbed, and nothing was
thought of but the approacbiug execution. So
firmly had this conviction settled in the
pnbhc mind, that military duty was voted a bore
aud the J&iofe of the tragedy was at last ap
proaching.
At a quarter-past eight o'clock last evening,
the whole town was thrown into commotion by
the report of a rifle under the jail wall, follow
ed by several • ther shots Irotn the vicinity of
the guard-house, in close proximity to 'the
jaiL
Tbe military was called io arms, and the ex
citement was intense, beyond anything that has
yet occurred during our ever-memorable era of
military occupation. In a few minutes the
streets and avenues of the town were io posses*
sion of armed forces, and it was with some
difficulty that tbe cause of all this turmoil could
be ascertained.
Rumors of every description were afloat, and
it was at one time thought that the prisoners had
orerpowered their guards and made their es
cape, and then that un attack bad been made on
the jail by parlies attempting to rescue the pris
oners.
The bodies of the negroes, after being cut
down, were placed in poplar coffins and carried
back to the jail. Tbey will be interred to
morrow on the spot wliere the gallows stand",
though there is a party of medical students
here from .Winchester who will doubtless not
allow tbem to remain there long.
EXECUTION OF COOK AND COPriC.
The bodies of the two negro prisoners bar*
ing been brought back to the jail at about a
quaiter past 12 this P. il., notice was gireu to
Cook and Coppic that their turn was approach*
ine—-only one boar more being allowed them.
The military movements similar to those at the
first execution were repeated, and a wagon with
two more coffins was standing at the door of the
jail at 121 o'clock.
The same mtlitary escort was in readiness.
Meantime the closing religious ceremonies were
progressing in the cell.
Since the failure of the.attempt of Cook and
Coppic to escape, their assumed composure and
apparent resignation had glren way, and tbey
now looked at the reality of their fate with the
full conriction of its atrful certainty. Ther
were sad and rather quiet, but joined with fer
rer in the religious ceremonies.
When called upon by the Sheriff, tbey stood
calm and quietly whilst tbeir arms were being
pinioocd, and, alter bidding farewell to the
guards of the jail, were helped into the wagon
and took seats on thc.r coffins. Their appear
ance was rather that of hopeless despair than of
resignation, and tbey seemed to take but little
notice of anything as the procession mored on
to the field of death.
The wagon retched the scaffold at 13 min
utes before 1 o'clock, and the prisoners ascend
ed with a determined firmness scarcely sur
passed by that of Capt. Brown. A prayer was
offered up by one of the clergymen. The ropes
were adjusted,the caps drawn orertheir heads,
and both were launched into eternity in seren
minutes after they ascended the gallows. They
both exhibited the most unflinching firmness,
saying nothing with the exception of bidding
farewell the minister and sheriff.
After the rope was adjusted about Cook's
neck, he exclaimed, "Be quick—asquick as pos
sible," which was repeated by Coppic. After
bangiog about thirty minutes both both bodies
were taken down and placed in black walnut
coffins prepared for them. That of Cook was
placed in a poplar box, labelled and directed as
follows: "AshbelP. Willsrd and Robt. Crow*
ley, 104 William street, 2few York, eare Adams'
Express." The coffin of Coppic was placed in
a similar box, to be forwarded to his mother in
lowa.
Attempted Escape of Copplcand Cooh*
Cha&lestowx, Dec. 15.—At half-past eight
o'clock this evening, two of the condemned
prisoners, Cook and Coppic, escaped from tbe
jail and were fired upon by the sentinel and
driven back to prison. They are now in the
custody of Sheriff* Campbell. The prisoners
had mounted the jail wall when they were dis
covered by the sentinel outside, who immedi
ately gave the alarm aud fired upon them. They
had sawed their manacles asunder with tbe
blade of a barlow knife which they had conceal
ed and made into a fine saw.
It is ascertained from their confession that
they have been engaged in preparing for their
escape during the last 10 days. They made a
hole in the wall near the window,
which tbey concealed with paper, biding the
bricks tbey removed under the bed. Upon the
alarm being given they made no resistance but
surrendered as soon as they discovered by tbe
shot of the sentinel that they were detected.
The event has produced the utmost excitement
here, and all are on the* a!ert. Maj. Gen. Taliu
fero is everything in person, and will
maintain an uninterrnptea supervision of af
fairs until after the execution. We do not ap
prehend any further difficulty.
stcoxn DiaPAtcn.
The prisoners now Bay that they got the
shackles off their feet by sawing them with so
old knife, and theo forced the bars. A misun
derstanding occurred several days ago between
Gen. Taliafero aod the jailer in regard o pla
cing sentinels inside the jaiL The jailer claim
iag the right to .bare his own men. Tbefcn.
gave way to him, but placed the guard on the
ontstde which has thus prevented the escape of
the prisoners. Cook says be could have made
bis escape had he jumped down and throttled
the sentinel.
rntao DISPATCH.
CiLiiiLESTOWS, Dec. IS.—The sentinel sta
tioned near thejail reported that a quarterpast
eight o'clock he observed a man on the jail wall,
wbom he challenged, and receiving no answer
fired at him. The head of another man was
also seen above tbe wall, bnt be retreated as
soon as tbe first one bad been fired at. -The
man on top of the wall seemed at first deter
mined to persist, and was about making an at
tempt to jump down, when tbe sentinel de
clared his intention of impaliog him on his
bayonet. He then retreated into the jail yard
with Coppic, and both gave themselves np with
out resistance. Cook afterwards remarked,
that if he could have got over and throttled the
guard, be would have made his escape.
Tbe Shenandoah mounta ns are within ten
minutes run of the jail, and had he escaped to
tbem,with his thorough knowledge of them, his
arrest would hare been difficult, especially as
but few of the militarv could hare followed him
duriog the night. They had succeeded, after
two weeks labor whenever alone and at night,
when their bed-clotbing muffled tbe sounds of a
saw, which thev bad zsade out of an old knife, in
cutting through their Iron shackles, so that they
could put them off at any moment they should
hava their work completed. They had also
made a sort of a chisel out of an' old
bed-screw, with which they succeeded,
m opportunity would offer, in removing plaster
from the wall and then brick after brick until ft
a space sufficient for them to pass throogh was
opened, all except the removal of the outer
bricks. The pert of the wall thev seperated
was in the rear of the be J cnwbith they slept ,
and the bed being pu*hed against the wail com*
pletely hid their work from view. The bricks
they took out were concealed in the drum of a
store, and the dirt .and plaster removed in
the coarse of their work was placed between
the bed clothes. They acknowledged that they
bad t been at work a ~ whole week in
making* the apertnre In the wall.
Their cell being on .the first floor,
the apcrtare was not more than, fire
feet above the pavement of the yard, and when
freed of their shackles their access to the yard
was a smooth, brick wall about fifteen feethigh,
to scale. This difficulty was, however, soon
overcome with the aid of the timbers of the
scaffold, ou which CapL Brown was hung, and
which was intended tor their execution on the
succeeding day. They placed these against the
wall, and soon succeeded in reaching the top,
from which they could have easily dropped to the
other side, had not the vigilance of the sentinel
on duty so quickly checked their movement.
They were arrested in the jail yard by Gen.
Taliafero and officer of the day, who rushed to
the Jail the moment the alarm was given. Sher
iff Campbell and Capt. Davis are much cha
grined at this near escape of their prisoner,
especially as they had resisted all interference
of the military with the interior discipline of
the jail. The prisoners were shrewd And cun
ning fellows, and undoubtedly without any ac
complices in their undertakings.
The friends who were still here were fearful
that they might be suspected of having knowl
edge of the attempt. Ihe general impression is
that if the prisoners had waited until midnight
or later, they might hare reached the moun
taioSj but it is presumed that they were fearful
of being watched during the night, or desired to
have as much of darkness as possible to gain a
good distance before daylight would allow of a
general pursuit.
lAT£B FBO3I EUROPE,
ARRIVAL OF TBE AMERICA.
Sackvillz, Dec. IC.—-The mail steamer Ameri
ca, from LiTerpool"ontbe3d lost, arrived at
Halifax this morning. Her advices are ttro
dajs later than those received by the steamer
Kova Scotian.
The press of Europe is chicflr engaged in the
discussion of matters appertaining to the ap
proaching Congress and the probable Plenipo
tentiaries to represent tbc various powers.
The London strongly urges the claims
of Lord Paltaeraton to represent fioglandmthe
Congress.
It is rumored that the Sth of January has
been set aside far the first setting of tho Con
gress.
The particulars of the recent encounter be
tween France and Morocco forces state that the
French fleet had destroyed two forts at the
mouth of the rirer Tctnam, as a return for firing
into a French Teasel as she was passing a posi
tion of neutrality, was subsequeaslr resumed
by the French Government.
European News by the Nora Scotlan.
Poetlaxd, Dec. 16.—The following is the lat
est news by the Nora Scotian, by telegraph to
Qaeenstowu.:
Livehpool, Thursday, Dec. I.—The steamer
North America has arrived. The steamer Queen
of tbe "West has put hack.
A Madrid dispatch says a sharp engagement
took place between the Spaniards and tbe
Moors, on the 25tb ultimo. Loss heavy on both
sides. The Spaniards had SO killed and 400
wounded.
Paris, Wednesday.—An explanation of the
current regarding tbe bombarding of
Tangier* has been given, which says that the
trench squadron neither bombarded Tangiers
norLetman. A small lort on the coast of Mo
rocco baring fired on a French steamer, the lat
ter replied, and having dismantled tbe fortifica
tion, rejoinedl'he squadron at Afgezinu. It is
also stated that tbe commaoder of the French
squadron bad informed the Morocco gorernmect
that this does not change the relations between
tbe two countries.
Macseilles, Nor. SO.—Constantinople ad rices
report a great storm on the Kuxine Sea. About
60 vessels were lost, and iho coast was strewn
with tbe dead. Tbe inhabitants bad stripped
tbe survivors of ail their effects. Tug steamer*
had been seat to render assistance in tbe recov
ery of property.
Paius, Nor. 30.—Tbe Opinions Rationale bos
received a first warning for publishing an article
on the temporal power of tbe Pope.
Lon do.v, Dec. I.—The Australian mails of Oc
tober hare reached Aden, and are expected at
London on tbe 16th inst.
The Paris correspondent of the Tirrue ears it
is still uncertain whether England intends to
join the Congress.
In a recent interview with Mctternich, Count
Walewski, it is paid, assured the Prince tbat
the influence of French diplomacy will continne
to be exercised in Central Italy in favor of a
spontaneous recall by the people of the Grand
Dukes.
p.HICAGiO JIILL-FUKNISHIXG
\y DEPOT.
T. If*. ISaxter *V Co.,
FRENCH" BURR
MILLSTONES,
Of All Quarries, and
,G. IV* Broiru'a Paieut Portable
Flouring: and Grist Mills,
* JLntJ"l)rti7iTi In
»*1
DUTCH ANKER BOLTING CLOTHS,
Smut Mills and Separators,
Seperat or» for Warehouses,
Beltings oitall kinds,
HditlngScrewsand Balls
Bran D asters, l'ecks, Proof Staff*, Ac., Ac.
i "Fairbanks' Scales.
iIIILL FPKNISfILVG GENERALLY.
Plans, Specifications aad Estimates famished when de*
aired, and the construction of Steam and Water
Mill contracted for entire,
STEAiI ENGINES, BOILEttS, AC.
Thembfcribers having obtained the agency fortbe sale
of Steam Engines aad Boilera, from the nunuiactory of
GOULDI.NO, BAGLEV It BEWELL, OP WATER
IOWA*, N. \\
would Invite the attention of purchaser* to their superior
merits of style, workmanship and powers; also, their very
low prices. The following Is a Ibt of prices of Engine
and Boiler, together with Heater. Water and Steam Pipe*,
Cocks, Valves, Arch CacUnc* and Gratei, complete :ind
ready fur use. delivered In Chicago:
83 horse power, 1600 I SOhorse po»er. 11.520
" ~ 25 " •• I.MO
*. 44 Iso " " 1,67 ft
" " SCO |23 " £" -100
* . " 1100 I <lO " M 5,100
and la like proportion for larger sizes as
Every Engine Is famished with j
Jadaon'a Patent Governor Voire
for Klcur Milt. We confidently recommend them as rope
rior to any other ityle of Engine, and they wUI
Save from 25 to 50 per cent, in Fuel
over the usual class rf boPers In use In the Wert. We shaU
keep an assortment of different akes at our e&tabli«bmfnt,
where they mav be ezamiued and the ncceuin* ioforastlcn
obtained rccanllng them. Competent men will. If desired,
tefuralibedlosetupand start Engines In any port of the
country. Weakozcpply
WATER WHEELS, SHAFTING, GEAIUNQ,
At very low prices.
T. W. BAXTER &. CO.,
Mill Furnishing D'pot, West Water street, between Ran
dolph and MadiMn, Chicago.
(VPostOi&ce address Bcx?74. ocs 'ij ly
©jistrts.
fresh oysters at
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
V / Received daily in Cans, Kegs aad Shells, at
the old 1)« y"t. No. IS South Clark strict, Chieaco. Orders
from the coaatry solicited and i rornptly attended to.
noltb47- m 11. C(HJhLE, Agcctfur C.S. Maltby.
("OYSTERS! OYSTERS 1 OYS-
V / rtas!— Frrsh Baltimore Can, K'gaad Shell Oyrtera
received datlr and warranted fre&h, ai<d equal to any in
market, ordersframthecovr.tiv proraprlv fliled at shert*
est notice by J. W. LOaNE A
_oc» No. Dearbora rreet.
1. 13. PLATr & CO.,
OYSTERS
FROM BALTIMORE AND DELAWARE BAT.
No. C State Street No. 45
Ordersfromlhecountrypropptlyattendedto. aoUMS
Planters and Dealers in
O I'S TER S.
Oysters la and Caas packed and fhlrpM to *ll puts
of the country at the
Lowest Wholesale Prices.
Orderaaddrteeed to EliioU A Dtalog. Fair Haven, Couu,
or Detroit, illch-, will be j romptly attended to.
E. A. ELLIOTT, Detroit, Mich,
tJ. L. PEMING, F*lr Uivta Conn. ocs-x£b
ißoutaiumai.
Law school
—or in*
UNIVERSITY OP CHICAGO,
The text term wUlcommrnce Jaccarr 4th. Fooas
In LanLGD bluet comer of Cl<rkand \Va>h:rg«.n itietU.
adjoining Cell's Me>c*nt.le College. Student* lecciTed at
any time dunce the tens.
7hencce*anf tbis iiew In«tltution baa fully equalled the
mo»i axacuine expedition* of iu frlendaandpatrona. a d
It may Cow be CvnihSere-t penaioentiy estatlUbrd. Facili
ties frtraequlring a legal educaiion an here offered. bs*-
quallcd la all tie Wtti. For Circular* Liplilatc* Course of
instruetfoa. address H. buOTH.
coiObm 6w Chicago. Itllcols.
"RRYANT & STIIATTOiJ'S
JIJ chain of .
Mercantile Colleges.
Located at New Tcrt, PhlUdelpnia, .Mtsay,
Buffalo. Clerriand acd Detail. Scholarships irood through
the entire "Chain Consolidation of UryaM '& airattcn'a
UereanUle Colltge*' and " Bell's Commeiclal College." now
eordnrtwlai one InKJtnt'on. tjad'rtte Eaarard «yle cf
BRYAXT, BfcLLA STRATTOK. Dljhr V. Bell,
Proprietor and Aasocia-« Princlcalof Chlcato College,
Circular aadOataloffoa ofthlrtr furnished frainitoca*
ly on application to tbe uuderf'eced
BRYANT. UELT, A STRATTOX.
O.EO. T. ABBEY, IS6 Lake st.
vA Importer Manufacturer and _
me and Retul Dealer In OunvGna
riaLiU£ea,lterolTenL ttowle helves,FiAb
ln« Tackle, Powder, Shot. lUps, I"« and
Appanuua aeienJlT.
ECeSlihU made to order. RepaLlEgdoa U
thejwat manner and warra&tao.
OT SuUageatrjr H«fc»\l'» P-»w3tr py>6y
JPORTUE GOLD MINES.—
SHARP'S AND COLT'S RIFLES,-3#
OOLTS PISTOT3, BO^IE
also,* Ivfft aaaortmaat ef Tarjut and other >l|Br
.JCflea, thotOora.and other apaaratm
aFeoeralo3tatfcrtheltlafa.at ■
aMcniy s 1» £AZON A CO.
Insurance.
CTEPHEN SON INSURANCE
K-7 OOJtPAHY
FREEPORT.
Capital.
Cub Bidanro ] 1,717
Amount of Property Insnrcd 4.253.H00
Somber of PoUde* laoed .7,036
THIS OLD lIO3E CO3IPASY
Continues to Insure the safer classes of property against loss
or damageby fire,it as low ratcsasanTotberresDonsilde
company. *
A successful business of ore; six yun hassuSldently
verified its prudent and Judicious
numerous te«ti of In i-mniir|«.q, nffn»th
Beinga mutual u well u a stock company, IT HAS
gJVgnUADE AS ASSESSIIZST DPON iIS PKE-
XW Policies Issued on eltherthe Slock or Mutual plan.
orrioin
DR. CHANCELLOR MARTIN... Pwsldeut.
LOYAL L. MUNN . . V." V.V.".SKWUryI
MILES A WRIGHT. Areata,
_ No. 5 Dole's Bullying,
Corner or Scuth ater and Clark-su., Chicago:
Jaoob kpt. City Surveyor. aoy*-tmȣM
jnsuranc e.—
PAttSONS i WADSIVOBTII,
Aems.
Irving Fl« Insurant® Company, New York.
Connecticut Fir* tnscrance Company, Haitfcrd, Cobb.
Massachusetts Issuance Company, Pwm»w t
and Marine Insurance Company, Piovi
Boxer Williams Insurance Company, Providence, R.L
Equitable Life Assurance Company, New Yo;k.
corner Clark and So at
Water streets,Chlcago, 111.
l~ T.
TLLINOIS SAVINGS INSTITU
JL TION—IS THE CITY OF CHICAGO.
ixcotroiiTzs riitiritT, 1857.
0£ee,104&106 Washington st., Methodist Chcrdt Block.
This Institution receives Deposits of
FIVE CENTS,
fcnd upwards, from all classes of persons. Including
Minors and Married Women,
and allows Interest at the rate of six per cent, per annum,
j Dividends payfcale on the first Monday of January
TRUSTEES
JobsH.Klnzie, ' Wm.D.Ozdeo, G.S.Hubbard.
Geo. W. Dole, Conrad L. DlcbL John S. Reed,
hi.b. WUUams, O.K. W.Lull, Alex.O Corentrr.
JobnC. HoUtes, B.W. Raymond, Jartd Gaxe.
Nathan U. Kidder.
Osceopendsliydarfng the usuxboursofbuslsess l %z>doß
Tuesday aad Saturday evenlajr*.
JoSjSC.ILAI2fES,Pr«idest,
K. B. KiPDxx. Cashier, mji9-yl
OHICAGO FIREMEN'S
iy&URAXCE COMPACT,
OFFICER. W. COR. LAKE and CLARK-tU.
<UP STAIRS.)
CAPITAL *200,000.
3® - DIRECTORS: a.w
Thomaa Church, B. W. Raymond, Geo. W. Dole.
K. 11. Haddock. J. K. iJotafoni, Onlnftoß Lost.
C.U.Farweil, W. il. Larrabte, J. T. Eds-anls,
THOMAS CUCIICU, Pxe»«t«
C. Jf. HOLDER, See*y, JOS. E. URO WN.Surreycr.
aa37*^Sa62S-ly
JOIIX B. ACKLEY <fc CO.,
Life, Fire, and Hiring Insurance Agency t
Office—No.3K SouihClartit. Chlca*o,llL
AGKXTS JOITILX
QUAKER CITY ISSURAMOE COMPANY, Capital
and Surplus ISoO.tW.
GREAT WESTERN* INSURANCE AND TRUST CO.
Capita! andScrplus ♦*30,000.
HOWARD FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE CO..
CaptUlandSorpltti $706,000.
I|myl3ly
"YTORTH AiIERICAX FIRE IN
-Ll SURANCE COMPANY,
Or Habtpoko. Cossxcticct.
PAID UP CAPITAL, S3GG,OOO.
Xnsnranco Aguinst X«oss by Firo Only.
lItJBBAKD Jc HUNT, Chicago.
Cor. Liars auilSvutu Wkterit.
NOBUICH FIKE INSCItA.NCE CO.,
Or N'cswzcu, Cqsk.
Paid up Capital, $101,636,23.
INSURANCE AGAINST 10:3 BY FIBE.
lIUBBAKD & HUNT, Apentj^cor.ofSouth Witeracd
Clarfc *t„ iir»t floor. Lwaila' clocs. oci>-b905
T. L. UIILLEH,
INSURANCE AGEST.
Office No. 150 South Water street.
Phoenix Fire Ins. Go.
Capital and Surplus
$29 0,0 0 0 00.
Conway Fire Ins. Co.,
Capital and Surplus,
*2oi a o».
Eamuden Fire Ins. Co.
Capital and Surplus
5223,7C1 00.
Montauk Fire Ins. Co.
Capital and Surplus,
sl9 1,130 00.
Lorillard Fire Ins. Co.
Capital and Surplus,
§264,3 1 70.
Manhattan Life Ins. C<v
Capital and Surplus,
$900,000 00.
T. I<« MILItEB) Acoott
"YTEW ENGLAND FIRE AND
X 1 M AXIS! IOTJKIVCX COM PAH T,
OF WBWOZIfI, COJ\ m J\*J£CTICI/T.
Alaets July 1,1553
Insurance Against Loss by Fire.
HUBBARD 4t HUNT, AgenU, Chicago,
lyU*ly«dW& Cor. Clatkandsooth Watersrreeta
"PEORIA MARINE AND FIRE
X INSURANCE COMPANY, TS
Of Peoria,
Capital ISCO/OO
Paid up In Cash Soo,ol>o
»S«rini amd J'irt RtMkm UntUrierittm,
ON MOST FAVORABLE TERMS.
Losses Promptly Adjusted and Paid at
this Agency.
J. AUG. WRIGUT, Ajrstit,
ja4-b11(Uly No. 143 South Water street, Chicago.
"WESTERN "WORLD INSUR
• T T ANCE AND TRUST COMPANY.
PAID 15 CAPITAL $250,000.
Offles J\*om» 142 dtttf 144 South Water
iftrttty
Fire, Marine, and Inland NivlgaUou Insurance.
BOAao or DiaEcToaa:
O. Kendall, Geo. IL llaielUin. Ami! B-ine<?let»L. S"
Church.Ctas.H. Abbott, GEO.H. DAZELTOXTKi.
ALrRED EDWAKDS, CHAS. U. ABIK>TT,
Secretary. Treasurer.
Tie phcenix insurance
Coap«ny, of the City of Chicago, OCceXo. 1 Ma*
sonic Temple, opposite Post Offlce.
Authorised Capital #SOO CO) | Paid inand secured, $173^00.
Diaz crow.—J. F. Aldrieh. John A. Nlchoj.E. C. WUd*
er. A. Edwards, Hiram U. Smith.
Ccsto L. Norm. General Agent; Jobs A. Nichols,
President; Lawis B. BcasxiA, C.ty Surveyor; E, C. Wujh
ti. Secret*rr.
EVFlro. Marine, and Island Navigation Insuranac.
teS-ly
JE T N" A
INSURANCE COMPANY
—OF—
HAHTTOHZ), CONN.
InMrpoTStod 1819 - - - - Charter Perpetual
C*th Capital and &urjtlu*»-§2y030,423.80
Fire and Inland Navigation Risks
TAKEN AT LIBERAL TERMS AND RATBB.
EspedalattesUon riven to Insurareeof Dwellings and
Contents for terms of one to Ave years.
ASSETS JULY 1, 1859.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL. •MOO,OOO 00
PAID UP CAPITAL 1.00U.0y0 00
ASSETS , 8,030,4^80
' Pat Yai. Mk'tYaL
Basx Stoats—!n New York. Hart
fom. BaiUD.SuLoalA.etc ....#509,40000 <915,24400
CsitoSTATfj stock and Txxaac
»T Nut* a 707,90000 2UJ2# 50
Statx Stuck*—ls New York. Ohio,
Kentucky, Tenaeaaee acd Mis
souri 170,000 00 16S,V»> 09
Grrr Stock*—Hartford. Rochester,
Brooklyn. JeraeyClty......... 19,000 00 116,000 00
Han. Road tsrocaa—Hartford &
New Haven, Boston A Worces
ter, and CoantcUcatlUver 83.700 00 S7.&W 00
Mcsroies BoyM S2,S6T 00 83.CW CO
Kzax.EstitZ'—unincumbered...... . 70.103 79
V'..-n 1 .xinri 1rXK5............ 5&343 77
Caahoc tandand deported on au
and in Ageafahanla 550.333 IS
CLtixa—aadjostedandnetdae ~.151542 08
Application* ie«ired, and Folic!** lasued cr renewed by
anyofltadolTantborized Aseata. Looneqoit&b'T adjust
ed and paid In fundi current at any of the in Il
linois./
Acesta appointed. nrppllas furniahed. and all badness
peminlog i» a general saperritloutnthe Stale oi XiliccLa
promptly attended toby WiL B. PATCH,
State A pent, sprinrfli-ld, Illinois.
HUBBARD & HUNT. AjentjforCnle"*",
yIS-ly No. I Loool** £mKK. Cur. S. Water A Clark ft.
.-[furmtuu, Hit.
BAJJCOCK & PEEK,
£Succeseora to WElanl, Fed A CoJ
171 Btsdolph Street. 171
lIAHOGAiTT. ROSEWOOD AKD WALJfUT, ALSO
CHAMBER. DIXIXO-BOOM AND COI4MOS
ITRNITURE IN GREAT VARIETT.
Wood Seat and Cane Seat Cltaira. Bed
steads and Bureaus*
Attesllca pild to Ccoatry Orfen, and
rT^'« h '~rHctela. eU. >l6-^a->ly
MOSS! MOSS!!
ITI DrXHAiTS PREPARED MOSS, pnt nt» ei
prebiy tut CohotjUrer*. Ca-rlaxe-Makers ai.d Sadd!e.V
ia luc« an<l»oall )>alea, for aal* In quantiUr* t ?
<>nl«rifrumthectyacdcouatry»olic:t
el. B.ll.i'L'Nl'AD A Co..CoonuUelunMercian's,
Bbll-lr-e437
SEXTONS AND UNDER-
TAKERS.
NO. £3 LA SALLE STREET.
Hare cq hand, at all Cacs, erery M *le asd Sniah of Wood.
Lead aid Zinc alio. Shroud*. Acd are prepared
•tlh b*an«i and Carriage*, and ererjKito* for
Funenb: and cay be found on hand aad ready to firs
prompt an ration to their bualnrn at ail hoon.
They han a Chapel aid in the Cenitarr.
aplS . A MoCLUR*.
Commjggion fgwtants.
CHAMBERLAIN & SEYMOUR,
COMITISSIOX MERCHANTS,
For th« pureJUie trnl i&ia of
GEAR, FLU La. PRUDI'CE A MERCHANDISE,
??o. 1 Pftrdte't Unliving, ooroer of &eila jioatii
tcrstreevChlaga. illloole. LibenladnscetmMlß oa eoo
ticamutA. r. V. i-n.viiwr.TY a. w.armocm. [atis-59
4325,443
WATSON V. COE & CO.,
TT COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Forthepurehue and Sale of
PORE, FLOUR, GRAIN AXD STOCK,
No. tl6>i South Water street, Chicago.
WAJ9OST.CO*, ,TX ■.«!«, A, L, CS9ZKVOOO>
det'Saiy
W E ARE PREPARED TO
TT MAKE
Cask Advances on Grain*
ForshlpmectEast, gMngthe owner the privilege of sell*
login Buffalo or.2tcw Yarsfortheame cammlauos,
UNDERWOOD A CO.,
Jet 3 >77 133 South Water street.
T J. RICHARDS,
U • rsooccE coxxLisioy mzscuast.
No. 3 Pomeioy's Building, Chicago.
Liberal Jdemneta Jlads m Canalfnmenla,
H. Dan has, J. Youag Scammon, Geo.
W. Dole, Rozcsev, Bm. A Co.. Chicago; Kojal Alrores,
Nkt.lt*,lll.; Woodruff,kCo.,>ew YorS; HeOLogi Wooa
nur.&t. Louis; J. Bass, Banker, SprtngSeldTTll.; C. S.
Dok. Chifago. . spa*S3
X> UiISEY, BROTHER & CO.,
XL COXMSSIOy XEJiCIIAXTS,
Give their exduslreauentlon to the purchase and sale of
Flour, Grain, and other Produce, on cuadmission.
No. M 6 S* Water cor. Clark st. Chicago. noi3 i3E3
GAWYER, WALLACE & CO.,
kj CVJ/JfISS/OX MERCHANTS,
Nxw You,
UNDi.lt fi"OOL» ± CO. CmciflO.
mhty»ly AgeaofortheNoitbywt.
XTKELY, LAWRENCE & CO.,
-L » . [aSCCXMOKS TO ALBKXT X. XULT * CO„]
PRODUCE, COMMISSION' AND FORWARDX3G
MEUCHAftTS.
mm x. szxLT..,.s. x. lxwxx3cx....w. t. wtsdiatx.
Person*! Attcatlcs civca tu colea of
Ormltty J?iour 9 Prerii/eas mud Country
J*rodu€t UmtrmUy.
XW Business exrltulvelv Ccmmlssloa. Also, dealers In
Sa-t, Water-Ume. Quick-Line, llastenug Hair, ic
jy7 33(,SSd»ud£40South Wkter-tt,chica{o,llL
M E'ES & "WRIGHT,
-LTJL JVZROIAXTZ,
J»0.5 Dole's Bulldlsg, eon»r South Yix.tr aad Clark •!>,
Chlc»to.— UJtt TO
<limw KnfUnt'nw Pn f*M«—.« -
uru TW
Stogei, tfaek Ingham Sc Co.. George Armour Jfc Co.
Chhsgo; itarue Bant. Chicago; J. .MiUaeU Jc Co.,iuuik
era, freeport, liL Jjin y-a7»
TF. CRAIG & CO.,
• COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
Give trelr exclulve situation to toe purchase u.4 n!»
ot Floa% Gnda, Ure Stock, ITovitlona, ill of
Cou.lry I'rudoce. Jca>6oj-(lfiyj
XO. 136 &15ZIB STREET, CHICAGO.
DKREIGH & CO.,
• COMMISiIOX 31EUCHA3T3,
Corner of Soutli W»Xtt and Franklin atmU. Chicago, T"I
P. Knacg. [mylO UP] E. P. Tatloi.
pULVER & COMPANY,
VJ COX2IISSIOX XERCB.iXTS,
SIS South Water Btrtet.S2* •>"*
B. F. Cclvik. Qat bt»U> C. HCctrr*,
"WILLIAMS & IIOUGIITELLXG
I T COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No.S!C.H South Waterstreet,wcon<ldoor Weit of "Well*
street urjli«,r.v* their exeltwlve atteailca to the sale and
.purc&ase of all kind* of Produce, stock, &e.. on Commit
eJon. Cmhs>trancn mad* oa Bills of ' **H"» aod property
InatOfe. Kefer to George Smith & Co-, Marine Bank a&tl
George StedeACo. jaio Mel
It. A. Wiuuua W.P. Eocsumna.
Lees & waller,
—■.. -v? 1 ' 0 - n c **vxa Ssxa**, >rr Yoax Cxrr.
WALKEK Si CU M
No.ITW zu* >Tatrr, (orxa Gio.SjnTa'aBASXf.CuiCAOO.
C'«ih adroucc* madeoa Produce !a ftore,or«h!ppe<ltoour
hanse Id New iorfc. JAS. IJ. WALLER, Chicago.
JAa. LEbaaaaADW. WaLLKK, New York. aplftly
A LLEN VANE & CO.,
_ coxxisvox vcrcua^t^.
ror isasaleof Floor. UraSß. Besf, Po'fc. Hams, J anJ, But
ler, Cheese, ±*e<ls. Dried ►mlt". 4c. 1» s*>utH WsUr«t_
C ti.capa. for Uaoburgh and Western Keterr-
Cbcou.
AIXH TAJ I.
(aatS»ltg.y)
A LBEiiT MOKSE & CO.,
-£X rRODCCE COMXISSIOX JtEZOIASTis
Xo.lSflSoatli Water•lrtel t Alkeo , eßalldia^,Chicago, EL
Euglnmcoaflawl«trictlytoCoo"'t«'i"pt. [iy3olydW3
CHACKFORD, HOW & CO,
K-7 PRODUCE COMMISSION* MERCHANTS.
2io. 212 South Water street, Chicago, 111.
„ GWe ereloshe attention to the legitimate bo«lne» ot
COiIMISMo.N* AItKUIIASTS; toying and aelilDg far
other iMrtleaojar. *
Wlli mate liberal advances on property la atore or for
SMd*jwu tut.
tXit'L. aOACKTOSO. OEO. V. IIOV. A. #. CBADBOCUTi
[aa43-alG(Hm}
"DROWN & BARbER,
-ID PRODUCE, COMMISSION' ami SHIPPIN'O
Ulcrdmnt*.
And Dealers la Malt, Barley and Esa'era Jlojw.
Ofice—>'o. 7 South Clark st-, (up atalr».) Ctica*o. 111.
mmt omwa. faul-yj fnacnt. nm».
"Yf TJIiRY NEI.SON,
•UJL rrodare, Commission and Shlpplor Merchant.
~ . 2U Njuth Water «we».
(Aeent for the * ulion fetatch Wor«, o»wpto Co- Jf.Y.)
Liberal ca*h adronctM oa Flour and lirain for (hlpmest to
Osweguor New York. or la j'.ons; riving the Biupper the
prmlrseof selling la either market rorooecomzniMioß.
apla
HEMPSTEAD,
JLi "WHOLES AXE GUOCJCB,
71 - * bo u tlx Water Street, -I- 71
ZCIiICAGO, ILU,
Pr"Ay:ptforthe«al«ofDupont < » rowder. ApS-cO-I;
jJNDEUWOOD &
aojtjfissioy j{ercuasts,
152 South iAVater Street*
38 CHICAGO.
TJIiAINARD Jb HUTCHINSON,
. (Suecasoratosterols. UralnardJfc Cos>
OLNEUAL COMMISSION MERCHANT*. 2£> Sooth
ywtrf.Mt IM.. wlllglv- sxZftu
tMQ to the and sale of t lour, Grain. and «U kinds
of Praluce o*> Commission. Liberal «»i«h atlritce# tuale
on IU2U ot Ladingandproperty in sture. J2T~l*cl»i Oflce
KnJMy
A N. KING,
-CjL« (Lats er Clocoh & Ko«.)
DEALER IN HIDES, WOOL, PELTS AND SEEDS.
IC3 Klmtit C/tieaj-Oj
One door East of the 01J Stand.
CM. DUPUY.
• rr.ODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANT,
OBic* JYo. 1 St*tPm ltttxL y
South Water street. Comer of La**iie street, Chicago,
jj Warehouse, N0.13 South Waurstreet. ocJMy
I? W. DENSiIORE,
-i« UAVIXO REMOVED
to his new location, will continue in the
XLOTTII, 6HAZK, BZBAZ.
AND FEED BUSINESS
As heretofore, aod Is ilao prepared to doa General Cotxuals*
aloa business, and make cash advances ou cotuk*Lm« , nta of
property In store. SO9 SOUTH WATER STREE T,
tnhlß-ly-c«7l Comer of Wells.
I'ackers & Commission Merchants,
i.<C9 muLBUS DUtZtl B
BEEF, PORK, LARD, ILULS, ETC., ETC.
Particular attention paid to Ccazse Haxs for family use.
Tacking lloum and Store, 531 South Water street,
P. O. BOX 427 C. CHICAGO,
wufwoi titAip c. 71. s* ynix.
Eg. avolcott & co.,
• COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
C Dol»i» tiuUdlng %
Cor. CLwk and bouth Water streets, Chicago, 11L
IJb< s? l > , ? oa Coa»ignacaU for sale in Chi
a**, Buflalw, or Oswego. s-TTU d>t
r;HAS. bunker, jr.,
v-/ comuissru.y nencjucsi
No. 2 Aiuens* ISnlldlus*
LIBERAL ADVANCES made on shipment? of Floor
ttd Oraui to Tucker A frtarbuefc. New York w<->S3My
Carfls.
FULLER & ALBAUGH,—
DENTISTS,
55 WEST RANDOU'iI-ST., CHICAGO 63
Post OiSce ikix SSJ9.
.roc£aCflM>}.
DRS. BAKER & BUSH
Dental Surgeons.
CHICAGO. ILL.
See, Cor. Clark aad Msdlson streets-Fort 0£» BozSSM
nyS-ly-163
f W. iL KKNNICOTT.
HiUMIP DENTIST.
AuUted by Dr. John White*
aal3-ly 181 LAS E STKSET.
E. A. BOGUE, Dentist.
OSce, No. 141 Laka atreet, oppoalU 3. H
mIA Co.'i. deS-ly
igggk W. W. A LLPOIiT
DENTIST.
OOceand Cf3Hencc.No.S3 WaahxitaaatrctU
HOLIDAY GIFTS,
CO3IBINIXO
BEACTY WITH ITTILITT,
At GALE BROTHERS. Randolph-at.
«,C30,«3 SO
JJAIR BRUSHES,
TOOTH ORtSHES,
MIL liCCSHES,
Srcasin? Combs and Perfnmery.
For sale cheaply
Stcbbins *V Crampton,
No. 13< Ca.-k street eoraer Madison.
T~IRAPJUI'S PATENT SELF
XJ CLEASIXO
n\iTJER FILTER.
This U tL« th'nj to attach' to the Hydrant, to take th* ia>
oat of tie water, far CyoilE*, Cooking and Waah-
S fa&eedaca}ytobetiie«lto&bowiU£roa raloe.
*Ol aALS AT
n. D. CAa-Fltun; EatabCahment. So.
24 La#iUd street.
And the tabscriber, Ageetfarths Proprietor*,
aagiall4-ly IttA BOWER.
"VTOTICE.—TIio undersigned, on
11 tie Islof JaaTary,l3s3,wahc!rrwfn.ni Cook. Broth •
wi whera I wa< Chealeal Djer and Partaa.*. acd
have opened a
FAAer STEIH DTE ESTABLISIffIEST,
No»l9s.»SoatU Clark Street.,.?7o. 195
IBetw«ca Monroe and AdaiaaJ
Wher« laa preparrd to Dye and tlaaa snie,Ratla asd
Woolen Dreaxs aad Shawta; ctoUeoen'iCoaf*. Vtata and
Pant9.laeTery«t;!edeaired.-Carpet* cleaned. LacoCur
tal&a eieanea ana £*ache<r at redncvd prices.
All goods warranto! to loo* well or no ray.
f«adM <r <«n«a;Y ICALISCg.
v&rag WELCH'S EASTERN
CARRIAGE REPOSITORT. 53 A M Frank-
Uo »tnet, (between Laks aad Rasdolph-atO Chioe«,im
nola. Kecpa conataatly on hand a good aaaortme&t of oew
aaduecnd-faaadofa3atyiaa. Cantafeaatond
Jr»-d»My . r.yr.wxLcs.
Kafltoaira.
tllixois cent, railroad.
X. WINTER ARRANGEMENT.
On and after SUNDAY. Dec. 4th. IdW, trains will leavs
the Great Central Depot, foot of Lakitttrect, fox Alton, tiw
Loulj, jtJetson C£t>. Pevrta, (W»»ljar<. J>c*Mr. Spring
field. at. Joseph, Terra ILaute, EvazuvUj*. Cairo, Memphis,
Vlcksburg, NiUhe». New Oil»*as and Mobil®,
Day Express at J.SQ ■ " , Sunday* excepted, arriving
at Springfield at 3 i 3 pjn.; 61. Louis *ll2 w a.m.; Carlo at
4Soa.m.;Mempb!sat4.iop>ma'Xtday, and New<jjle»na
Mint Express at p. m- Saturdays excepted, anlv
lac at Peoru at 6.43 « ; Galesburrh at 1i>.13 »-m.; »».
Louis at l.COpjn.; Cairo at 4.43 p.m. ilea phis 7.30 ajn.soc
otm Car.ana .New urle*as at 4JO p.n., third day.
On Saturday night a fasaenger Car #UI be run to Urbau
en the Express fro ght, leaving Chicago at 0.(0 p.m.
Trales arrive in C&laigo at #,iJajn. and 10.16 p. m,
£le*antaleeplngCarsare nwonallnlgßttralns.
Baggage checked through to Cairo, at. Louis, aou St.
J °* THBOCQH TICKETS
For sale at the Company'* Office In tie Great Central Ds»
pot. also at the office of the Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne anc
Chicago Railroad Company, corner of Dearborn sod Ran
dolph streets, and at the Michigan Central Railroad office,
oa Dearborn street, between IjUc and Randolph stttetr.
HYDE PARC AN D WOODLAWN TRAINS.
Leave Chicago at 1M in, LeareVoodlawnatT.44a.rn
h.'H nooa. •* •* IJDOpm
•• •• ajapjn. M " «jopm
Commutation ticket* at reduced rates, food for tlm#
month*, can be obtained by applylnc at the office of tie
Q.oll-.prip.,, AETHCK . supeilnUcJent.
T. a. JOnNSOy.Otn. Paasenger A«eaU
IVfICHIGAIf CENTRAL AND
X'-L OEEAT WESTERN (CASADAJ RAILWAT3.
an Turn uusauuTi.. .1960.
Train* leaie the Great Central Depot, foot of Lake street,
Chicago:
64P am—New York and Bo«ton Express (except Sunday*)
arrive at De-roll
buffilo 4A) tiiu, Albany 4Og New Tork
lo:li pm.. Boston 12:110 at nlaht.
f-lrtim I'lnrlnrntlmil I miii-rilln ftprms —frnrrrt Sua*
dajs>—arrtTe at ClndnnaU at
ville at&utfam.
7aM pm—New York and Boeara Expre——(dally?—arrive
at Detroit 7nM am.. Siupension Bridge or
&00 am. Albany i:w pm, New York liMO am, Bo*>
aton 4:00 pm.
7:00 pm-Clnrtanail and X<ouL>vQ]e Expre*»—(except Sat>
unlay)_am*o at cindn&ati at 11A) aut, Loul>
tLI« 4:UO pm.
Onlyoae train on Sunday at 7KK>jiin. The 6:00 am and
pmtralss connect at Paris with Buffalo* Lake Huron
Railway for BuiEaloand all points East; at Toronto with
the Urathi Trunk Hallway to Kingston. Mon*
treat. Qnebee.and aUpolute In East, Northern Ver*
rnont, >ew llampsblreand Maine.
ebecked tbroaith.
ThrouKh Tickets for sale at the principal Railroad office
la the North and West, and at the Company's office, M
Dearborn street, Chicago, n the Cepot. foot ofHike stmt.
K. N. KICE, tlaiierlntesdent.
H. J. Sfauoa. General Passenger Agent. Jeg
CT. LOUIS, ALTON AND CHl
kj CAGO RAILROAD,
"WINTER ARRANGEMENT.
On and after SUNDAY, Dec. 11. 1259, two Express Trakis
<tallT fur
ST. LOUIS, CAIRO. MEMPHIS. VICKSBURG, AND
NEW ORLANS,
Korihem Missouri, Kansas and Xebraska,
By way of the Su Louis, Alton and Chicago Air-Line Rat
road, eare New Depot, comer of West Van Burcs and
Canal street*,golugSouth, as follows:
Trains leaves fcU Louis Depot, cor. West Vaa Bonn aad
Canal streets.
11. >5 a. Day Express ( Sundays ezcepred.)
sn>] p. m.—Xlgbt Lxpress. «UUy (Saturdays exeepud.)
lurna AT CSICAM.
6a. m.—
1tf.16 p. n —Mail and Expren.
U sleeping Can on Night Tnlni.
At CVetsn with all the Ureal EaAera and Northern Lines.
At JolietwltliL>e Rock island K. K.weat,aadtbtt M cut
eT* cut.
At Peoria Jocellon with the Peoria sad Oquawk* R. K.
to Peoria, Gale»t>urgh, Burlington, and Intermediate sta
tion 1.
At wilhthe llllaoii Central Railroad North
aniiSoauu
At Springfield with the Great Western (111.) Railroad eaat
to Drscitur, and we*t to Jacksonville and N'aplea
At St. Louis with the Padfic Railroad, jilwoarl River
Packet!, North Mts*ouil Railroad. Keokuk. racket* and
Hannibal and St. Joseph Ralroad tu ail points on MUaonrl
HiTer, Pike's Peak and the {old ««&Ion«, North U.toourt,
Kansas and N«bniak . and with St. Louis, Cairo and New
Orleans newilneot iteaaerato Cairo, ilemphi*, Ylckaborc
aad New Orleans.
Through Ticket* can be had at the Company'* OfOca, No.
4S Dearborn street. opposite Tremuni House. Chicago. at
the Depot, corner West Vaa Curea and Canal streets, and
at theprincipal railroad ticket oiScea in the Eastern,
aad Western Mates.
£xpre»s trelfiit Trains leave daily for St. LooiisatS.OQ
p.m—thro tub la thirty tlx hours.
JJT Ratea of Fare aud Freight* nmi as by aay other
route.
Joliet Accommodation.
Stoppln? at Intermediate station*—leave Jollet at 3:00 ajn.
«mv< at Chicago at ajn. Leave Chicago at p ju.
arrive at Joliet at *:».
„ „ w R. K. GOODELLOen-aupt.
N. IT. Mooai. Geo. Aggnt ami Aa»'t gape my*4
V! ICHI GA K SOITIHERX,
-iJJL LAKE SIIOHE AND GRAND TRUNK KAIL
WAX U>Ld,
13W-40.
.......WISTIH 4t5i541105T...,.,
Take* effect ob uil &fter Xor. 13.
Great Through Itoute to New York,
Toledo, ClerlanJ. PliL«bur R h, Harrt»bur*h» Wheeling. Sy
racuse, Tror, iiurllnjlon. DetroK Bridge. Jit*-
pratall*, Buffalo, Dunkirk, Albany, Rutland. AluntreaL
Kowoo, Pailadelphb, Baltimore, Washtaaton. SprinaCeta,
w orccster. Portland. Quebec, ami all the points in I'hlo.
Fenu»»lvaab, 2iew York, New Ei gland auto, and the
fcufiffl, Mail and Exprfsa I«tm Chicago dal!r. (Sunday*
ex&pted.) tiaold Michigan Jtcad.reaching Twe*
do at *:J2pra. and Detroit atfl:»Optn.
7:00 pn Slight Ejprea* 'eaves<'hlca«odalJy. viaol* Sllchl>
put Road,rtachln£ foledoat-I:33am. and Detroit
at7:W)aai.
Direct connections made at Toledo with trains on Toledo
and Cleveland Koad for all points interior la Ohio. Penoeyk
van a, New \o k aad L.eAe* Engbuid SUte*.
l'livct conaecuobe itade at l*t oit with Great Western
Railway to su»oenslon Ac.
Direct connection mtde at I'etrult with train* m Grand
Trunk Kulwi> to 't'orooto, ritxutU Otdcubonb. Mon
treal. Quebec and PunUud.
Direct ennnertl'na made at Cleveland to ritt«burzh.
HarrU'jiigh, Wheeling, rhlUdclptia. Baltimore aod
naauinjU'D.
Connection* made. at Toledo with train* on Michigan and
Dayton ltoid to Lltai, Dayton, Hamilton and Cincinnati,
Ac. Connections tuooeat Adrian w.Uitra.nstoTccumsea,
Clinton. Manchester and Jackson.
3T .No vku.fc« of cars l>etwr«a Chicago and Detroit,
fir* Bagga*'? checked tluooga to New York, lioston,
rhi:a«MpLi«. BaMu-ore. &<■„ &c.
WOODUCKrs PATENT SLEEVIXO CARS accom
panvail nlght'raios oa thU route to New Yurk and Bo*toa.
Ticket* can W nad at all ticket offices In tb« West and at
the Company's Oflre, under the Revere Hi use. corner of
Kondolpn and Dearborn rtre t/. and at tb» depot.
, . „ li M. GRAY. General Western Ajtent.
Joicr D. CAMrsKLL. o<n» aapt. sol?.
pIIICAGO & IfORTHWESTN
V_y RAILWAY.
Completed Through to Oshkosh, 'Wis.
(Mikoih. Crwa B»t. Fend <Ju Lac Hottam. Rlpon, Ber-
Ua, Sparta. L% Croup. St. Paul, l'nlria du Chela.
\V»t»rtown. Mailton, JannvUle, tteioU,
Free port, Ual<*na. Duniciti. Da
luqu*. 4c. 4e. Ac.
TRAIS3 LEAVB CFIICAGu STATION fno« colt.
_ \VK*C WATER AMI) KMZIE STHEtTU.
lslSpmDaTEsprtrf—Throu*b to FcattuLac tad Osh*
loth. maUnj direct connection* for all Dolnujforth
•ml W#«t.
pm Night Accomodation. for J*nuvilla and war
»*aUao«.
TRALXS AlilUVE—ll:<sam, w»y {■uwßjv.
** " U*pct. Throngb Eipms.
CEO. L. DCXLAf, Su^rlsUoJnt.
oc!S-lr
<fc CHICAGO UNION
VA RAILROAD.
CHEAT WSSTEHX MAIL ROUTE.
„ . _ »nrru AB&A^ohuurT.
Onaod afterMO> DA V. Aov.aj h. laz>, trains wMJeave
Wells rtreet depot. Chicago, a* foil .wmS-inilaya eserptM:
11.43aiua.nd 11:40pm for Dixon, l'olj, Fulton, Cedar
Itaidda, aid intermediate point*.
At II:am and 9:00 j>m for Belvjdere, Roekfonl, Fre#-
pott, Warren. Ua.'rtii, Dnnleitb, Oufiutrae. Iklott. Juo.
vUfe, asd IctennedUte placea.
At 4:15 pm for Dekalb. Jlirln, and Intermediate places,
revengers for UcUenry. Richmond. Genev* Lake and
interciedate potota, will ua« tb« li:*)am. tndn.
tir sleepingcarsun nlghttraiaa.
tr it PnoTM r IS-".TALCOTT.GeaeralSnpt.
H. »I» rORTER 0«n. Pwiemr Agent. Jy7-lT
oca)a7a)<«n
pHICAGO, IOWA AND
\J NEBRASKA RAILROAD.
Uaacd after Mo.NI> AY. Jan? Ifch, UM, until father
notice. train* will run a* follow*: * ,ww
TRASS WE3WARD. TRACTS EASTWABD.
vail Tua. mil run.
Leave Chicago 9.00 am. Leave Cfa' lUfldi.AIS am
L«veClinton. 44)3pm. Arrive aiCHnron .. 9^ojru
Arrlv eat Cecar Rap- Aniveat Chicago....a 43 cm
ida.,........ -...3.13pm m cht Ta*ur.
ste«r nxm. LetveCedarK'piCa.UVO m
Leave Chicago. 9.00pm. AmvealCUnL n... SfcOpm
LeafeClictoo..... Jj>jaia. Arriveat Chicago... 3.00 am
Arrive at Cedar Rap
t 0........ S.topm.
Conaectlngwttfiall Tnroagh Trains for Cblcazo and the
E^st.
At Dewitt. wftbatagea for Daren portacd 3Av ookefa
At Yankee Run. wi.b tage* for Vorunto.
AtUnton Grove with for Tipton.
At LisNm wj:b staeeafor Anawta.
Abo—At C*dar Rapids with stages fprMaHotuVJnton.
TCatertoo.CedarFaJl*. Waverly. CUrfcsvlKe, Bradford.St.
• hariej. Mltitel Fmt and Sluux Clt*. Tt-irdo Ma.
T'.f.x, KMon, Nevada, Ikuc»>»,io, Hotrrr.'-leffason, Ma
\cwioa Uftsiolaes, and Conacil Ulaj<.
Blackiawk oaCidar River fur Vlntcn and
Wotenco.
The iUorte»t, cheapest and moet ezpedllioui route be
tween Chicago and Central lowa. It being only Ui miles
from Cnicaio to the MlseUtippl KlTcr.and thencedirectit
lnti> the interior of lowa. '
Ticket* for ttle at the WeHaatreet Depot. ChlcatrxlHs.
X2T Anarentwlbbeatthe depot In Kuitoa. to receive
aJbignieforCllu-onortheroad, which will be conveyed
aavss the river free of ctarge.
V \w n ><• a , 3f-SMITH, Eng. aadSnnt.
J.M.WAM. TH. ar»dTicket Agent. trtSv^
PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL
JL RAILROAD.
Tfce Cipiclty of this U now equ*l to tay in tiej
Country,
TIIREE TUROUGU PASSENGER TRADfS
BETWEEN PITTs-BCRfiU ASD PHILADELPHIA.
Cvcnectinjf Direct tn thcKaionDistal Piit«t,urgh wllb
Throtuh Tr>in» &vm aUWejU-ra « itlfr>fyr Philadelphia.
K«w York, Dfutoa, UaMoore and Wa*h!cplon city; thus
ftjroUlilrsftulliJiMfor the truwrwjrtaJiao of pa»MS£craus
for speed acd comfort by jny other roote.
Expr. soaail FaaJ Lice* mo through to PUladtlpUiawlth.
out clunj(« of Car* or Conducts.
Solinz Can are attache-! to each Train: WoodnjJTj
Sleeping <_Nr» to Lsprms and Fas» Tis!n». Tbe Esprea*
run»ca.lT. JLiU tod Put Lice >und<r» excepted, Three
dalir tmnj connect direct furNrw York. ELinrtu and
Tost I.ltM? connect t -t HalUmoreaiul Wajbincton.
i « P»t»bu«h with the a AJI Expw».
Arrive In Pfcl'*d«Jt>M» at 3 P St., Mil Baltimore it ft 35 P
il. And In New York atlO:!S P.M.
Trains connect at Itnaborjrh with the S PJI. Fast Line.
Arrive la Phliadelpb-* TWA IL, Baltimore at 7 45 \ M
and In .New York at 1--3 P if. 11.11 Traitvs leave lhu®-*
Yn'k M** 124 * II iMU Sew
?ixd*lyirtinit*iw«aPhllarfeJphta*n<J2f«wTort:two
S'l 1 LH al l ?*t> b ', lweea S S W Yorts *,< l Uo4tua. Through
tickets «*il KailjarßßOod ont.Ui«rofihe aboTe trains
BoaJTict«t»to Uo«.oa are footf Tl* Jforwkb, Fali lUrer
orMoslngion ,
TiektU Eastward but 1* otealned at ur of the ImMrrt-
Mt KillroaJ OlScei la toe ; aito. oa board any of the
rrjreiarline«f ccaxenon Ut« MW»ippl or Ofalu river**
and ilcicu Wetfwanlal the office* of Uie Comnar Is I*<V
tea. X<w York. naUmotror Ptillailelbtum.
FARE ALWAYS A3 LOW AS BY ASY
OTHER ROUTE.
_ I3T" A»k for Tteke'.a by I".ti*bnr?h._^»
Tnecornplrtlua cfibo We»Ura cobaectUas of the Pens*
lylirania &Ulroai!tol'hlcarf»make9thl»th#
DIRECT LCtE HETWEEN THE EAST AND THE
_ GREAT >*ORTHWAST.
TbecotnectlatfoftracU by the Railroad Drtdre at Pitta
trtjr-h. anjidißg*;jdr»y»«or female o- !reJ*ht, towther
w.tS tbe nvinf uftlrr.e, a-vailrantaces readily appreciate*
by of freight aadthMnrelliDgpnbUc.
I'artir* iliiuplof Eatlvairl will Sad it to their adva&tac*
to *Ulp b* thli r> ute. "
F«r frtictucuntrac 1 or tripping iliiwtlona, apply to or
t 'UuwLig A£cuUoftheCompany:
I>. A.Sewirt.riti*»:r.M;D<ijle4Ci»_sttib»nTirie.O.:
H. a. Pierce A Co., 0.; J. J. Johnson. Rlpier.
O.; R» AleSeckr. il.»7*r.U*, Ky.: Urm»ty Jt Cmppw.
Portwaooth. O.; Pa«idi*k A «'n_ .'<-1 rnuL.flle. Ind -H.
W. Bnjwn Je Cc-CtadanatLO.; Athera A UllbeTt,C &•
clar_»ti,o ; R.O. Meidrum. iLuliaen.lDii.: Wm. U.Dikam
LouisTUk. Ky.; P.G.O'Ki'ey X
W.UaismiCo. Cairo, Hi.: ht. F.>a»,St. Loola. M-.*
Joba H. LLarrii, Nashrille, Tena.; i lin&t. Mem-*
phu. Tean.: CUrfce 4 Co, Chicago. III.; W. H. IL Eooatx.
U.t IXorptr A W »'t, Dubuque. Iowa; or to i'rtlzht
ArciU of RaUrosiUatdlffere&tpoiatalatbo West.
The srwi tit faculties offered for tie prot ctioa and fseedy
transportation of U*e rtock, ard good aceomiaodaUoas.
with Qtul;ri7Urnsf(>rDenoD<tnT.-|]iaciß eharr* th*no
FitEIOuT.-* WEsTWaRD.
Byth'a Roatt Freight* of all dejeript-onaeaa b« forward,
ed Gem PhUadelphia. New York. B. stoa or Baltimore, to
any point on the railroad* of Ohio, Kentucky. iw«ii«."« nn
acta, Wisconsin, lowa or ll!*»ouri, by nil direct.
Pte Pcaavyltaal* Railroad ai*> coaaecta at Ptttabarrh
withiitnam by which rood, an be forwarytd to icy port
faam icd Red Hirers; and at Cle*elaodJ»aodn»ky tad
y.wf 0 w
the tnasportaitoa of
Coopaor.caa rely witheoaAieaca on
Tee lUtca of Freight ta air polst la (he W«t by tha
Peaniy.raala Railroad are at ail «laic« u larorable u in
charted by other Railroad Coa.paniea. l * TmaM " «
OT Bepanlcalartomark pubiu **Tla Ptna. B. R."
JJL I** 1 ** V^ttt orJ<ric « fr> ZD the Eut, will
cowellt^direatlniatobealilppwlbythljrouie.
aUentJui{{ to their own shlpmeai* from the Eait
ivE,£. n «"* AjenU of thla
Cpmpaay it lie failowi&s plllct* or teoen
« 'them opcalLe«bJ?cto£r«i^,s will
asm with proaptatte&ttcn.
K. J.So*ed»r. Phlladalphla.
60 Sorth itmt, Balttnorf.
L«eh 4CO. io.3AatotEoa*,orS«.l death WUliaa
•treet, r« «w Tar k.
ieach A Co- 54 Elby stnet. Beaton.
H.H HOUSTON,G*al?rtiihtAxtEt,PUladeMds.
la H- HOITPT. Penl TicketAftat. Phßaf alah!a.
THOa. A. &COTT, Qeaeial-"-^-^^-^ w j
UailiDais.
pHICAGO, BURLINGTON a
V QUINCY RAILROAD. «
P»«ca*er Trains leave acd ml«tu Chicago**/
Mall le»ve»J.ASajD. Sundays excepted; arrive a£.
Sundays exceptM. * nVM 8-00 p.ai.
Jfeatfou Acrnmoaatlra leaves 4.18 n.m Sum!*™
»frt»e»ai.in. Sunda>s excepted
D- ctmbtrTlli. ITO."' KAM3IO -' iD .o<»«»l3«,t.
EiS,> NI) aUSSISSIPP;
Oa sad afUrTus-day. So*. U»h, ISM. trains wU««»
follows dally, (Sunday* excepted): aJWli *nan
At 11:43 A. Meeting at Clhuon train leaving Chie»
" 12:11 P* M., by the Chicago and NoithwuJSft!??
»»y. and arriving atFreeportata p
™uson the Illinois Central tt,R. tot
South—ajrt vice st Kreeportat«:!.l j* M
»»»..« *x» I<«AV* FnEEtORT, *
otVfr}iraJoflP,Ba 0 t V fr } iraJofl P ,Ba from Lfualf'fV IS( 4
nectlrgat Racine wilhtnUn* on the *iiw»uk««?£
tOT Milwaukee »d Oilaro 404
lt7.Sof.M_/ocoinouatlonrorßelolt
Accomodation tr*n leave* Beloit tor Racine »• 7-ii ,
at Clinton with tra'a on Chlcoao
western Railway for Chlag©-aritv|b* at
A. M—and reaching lUclno at JI:U A M 1
rnd<btfor«anleatoaJlpoJnt»on lb- 'vjiMiMlnni m...
O. A. THOII3OX. iuSSf " T " AKHl^g;
piTlbßUliGir, FORT "WAYNE
JL AX; CHICAGO RAILROAD.
- v k ow w and cars run from Chicago to l"uhiurth
wUhou»cttnge,oonnectingwlthth#in*at ul " Mur t a
PE> NS*LVANLA CEN TKAL RAILKOAO
To New York, Pbl'adelphla, iialtlmore aM U'aihicrtAn
Olty, and all the Interior towns of Pennsylvania,
•er. New York, ilaryland, ±c. Jw
Merchanu. by Uklag this route, will hare the beset ol
all the Eastern market at no additional c*t. Ul
Bag|a«e checke>t through.
Trana lave the Jeoot,coraerof and Van Bursa
streets, w eat Side, as fullow*;
2iS dally (S'lßdays esceptstf ,
£ txpre*, daily cSaturJaysexcepUd.j
Contertlngat Crestlln# with and Lake >hore
RaUroad to Dunkirk. Ilulfalo, Niagara Palls. New York aai
Boston, and all Inteilcr towns of New Euxland. via N«w
Tork Central and New York and Erie Halinoal
Also, south to Columbus. ZinearUle. N«wark. Mnnnt
Vernon. oteubenvUle, WUoeilfig,and inierlortowusuf utio
ana Virginia.
Theabove trains connect at Forest wlib trains oa Sl*l
to Springfield. Urbana. Dayton andClnclßnst:.
at Una for Dayfon iuj<! Clnclnos*'. uiret»
FARE AS LOW AS ANY OTIIEK ROUTE
. bound_Ea»t w lil Ami talsrout* bt/lfc p)«u*nt
J hnja i J i naay of the UrjteM and
snest dtles la the L mted Mates.
0 31 Chicago, on any of the roads, win
find attcmlv«checkafents-itthe depots, to receive checks
.free of charge to the Pittsburgh
t^P? 0 . Ca r u cars accompany each train.
HckvU for joleu all the principal Ticket the
nea>andatthe Company'* Office, curotr of Randolph«cl
. JTT t3 » opposite the Keverw Rous#. orU»b«
west Side, corner of Canal and Van Eurca streets,
B« particular to ask for tlck*ts by Fort Wayne.
rw «. "-J"'- T.cttlkgnt.
J J n... W -,
J. J. uocerww. OenT i relcht A s't.
CHICAGO AND MILWAUKEE
V JiAILROAD.
From November l<th,lJM, Trains will leave at TtlO *ie
»nd ii; ia pm tor Milwaukee and intermediate »tetloc«, CO**
owjUngwuh La Cro»ae and Ml.waukte ILdijoad.
wouitrtin Aceummodatloutraioi w»t 4ao pp.
M. L..-YKK.3 JK..Pqpt.
( CHICAGO «fc KUCiv ISLAtW,
Vvn rEORIA Jc BUREAU VALLEY,
AND MISSISSIPPI Jt UI*M>URI KAlLftoArP.
Oa*atluUraliNDA^,>ov. twh. ism,PaaaencoTraim
•• • > *• yrillleave Chic3«o»»follow4;
11:15 ajn. Stmdaya excepted. fur Jolitf. ottawj, La SaUf.
Koct wUndaml Davenport.
11:13 pjn_B»t onlay a excepted, for Juliet, Lasa If, Peoria.
iwck I#laud. Daveaport, lowa City, aiuee*t!n4
mad Washington.
Sunday* except«L for Jollet.
«. • o » JOHN K. I'KAC i.SapertaUsdent.
w. L. St. Joh*. GenenU Ticket Agent. Jyi?
1859 GREAT 1860
Central Short JCine Route
PITISBURRH. rr. "WAYNE t CHICAGO. and
PENNSYLVANIA HAILKOADJ\
TO JLI4 HJSTKKJV ClTMff'
CLAB2S23 & CO
TUROUUU FREIGHT AGENTS,
Are prepared to contract fre'ghts throngh, by autjorttT 0
the Companies name 4 aiwve, at their oXcv,
72 Dearborn Blreetf
and at depot of P , Ft. W. ±t\ It. Chicago -or at
l»»pot, Lliwrty itrerL rutal>ur*h.
The oiScea of he P*noaylvaol» Hail road Caapaav in
the hA»tarelurateti at No. 2 As»i r Hou e. >ew 1
South W»U am street. Sew Y.'rk; Na.Si KlibjrUre**. Btw
ton; No. 80 North ttreet, Baltimore, and at the ixnrni
Depot. Phi'aflelphla.
.1839-40
TKITNK RAILWAY,
V_xi OP CANADA.
SEW BOUTS BETWEEN ENGLAND AND TDK
TV EXTERN STATES.
On and after the 7th of November, |U« A«ent ?«• Lit
crpool of the Grand Troak Kall»ar Co. wIU tostrmu
frvliht frvm L|v ERfOOL TO CHICAGO, at llt foUow-
Id* very low raits:
DRY UOOD3,pertoa measurement ..... fii
HARDWARE, In cojks and*ca*k«, per J,»Xj :*.... S3 ft
TIN, ZiNC, STEELandCHAIN, M
CROCKERY. IRON la pUtas, sc
SUUfti ... ....? ¥ .... in?
The above includes all chaiocs, except Marina lc»u.
noee from Liverpool to i'ut tl u>d. Meictiants arc ua»Ucu
laily requested to forward BUI* of Lading and ft
value by mail, prepaid, direct u> the Anon of the Grand
Trunc Railway. Tortand. Mjlbc. la order Um ute Cu*-
torn* regulations m-«y he compiled w.th wltlout any delay.
Tje Steamers w,ll tall bttwwn Liverpool acd Portland
>oT LEaS tiian oncv a fortnight.
Produceconveyrd to Liverpool oo very reasonable
Apply, for fuitlser Information, to
JAMES WAKRACK.
w w Apeh'.CMi 111-
M. PEJfXISOTOS. Genl KnrltitJt Ag't, ilo&lreal. C, K.
oe^aTlii'm
33ags.
T3AGS-B<\GS-BAlii—liAGS—
J-» CORN EXCHANGE.
BAG MANUFACTORY.
HART. ASTEX.fc CO., 157 Sout-i U'aler»trett. Chicaxo
E. CLAKK A I!U., l.a UroaU •Ireet, New lurk.
KAOTractvuna axd mil»-» u
DiCS OF tVtllY DtH'RIPTIO.T.
Mirer*' udCmrcrs' R»£* mailt »n<! ni Inted to older wttJi
tx*a:tful brands. New ut.i »«cod«1 band ."♦*xolc*s Grain
ud iJuao? Ba*s, for Sh!pp«r»\ «id f»nu«V n*.
IWCJOJr'°or. Umkwftrnt, Kr«,}, llama, salt, Me.
lltzi IvAatd
myft-T'lT
OAG9|t BAG*!! IVAG9!*!
FAKWELL'S
STEAM BAG 3i.\tFACTOttT,
42, 41 Jk 46 Wtvuh avenue, Chicago.
£AOS AND SACKS of troy deecrtptks*
farelabed on abort notice
and printed wltb
•***W XXD BEAUTIFUL BKAKD*
bIMEON FARWEIJ#.
piIICAGO BAG AGENCY.—
V/ 57a South Water Mwft.
GRAIN B.\(IS of various sl;ee nmj ijinii.
FLOyiU-halvfj. <|oarter«, el-h!h§-prinied to ord«r of
n7 defied pattern.
IMS! PAl'Ki*—nvery size used.
GUNNY RAUS—TwouriLirei»i<hel».
C<jraiu iMlnnMerth:u>U. MllUra, liroctra and Provision
Dealer* «*l 1 flaajusl the article w»nn dhi oar tfocc Or
derail clteU. HAWKINS Jt CHAPMAN.
(Gcocetus, &t,
D.
w INTO If
G3EIOOBSt,
N'O. I'W .STATE .STREET,
Jf ow ta #tore and to an ire, a fun fresh «tock of
Assorted t!roceriesi, Prorhions,
rLOTO,
fR'OODEX ASD WILLOW WABE,
OSenns at very low figure* for
CASH I CASH ! CASH ! CASH !
TEAS Fine Young Hy*io,
ImpvU-'. UunpowlT,
Oolobg, Freah
COrFEI3-O:d Oovernmest Java.
Mocha, Rlw, Sant*.
M.iracalbo. Lagoany.
SEV SCGAKS ASD STRCPS,
FRESH CAN FRUITS, PICKLES ± PRESERVES.
tirUoodiit whde«la Uul«» ntes u ar.yh«n*«ln
w,nu ocSa»JU3»n
1 OO O FIGS, new crop,
V/ In fancy boxe* and titan#, (tut *r
mea.
1 -iOO LAYER & JI. R.
At* V*/ R.\lsncs,aewcrop.
WObaifboiea (to
SWqairterboit* do «!<>
by J. V. POAlfg * CO.
100 CHESTS BCACK AND
S^xliP' TE,> •" p ' kM - "
J. g.H'lAXE.>ro_7iDrartionm.
lOOO"" 51 "?,,.
JAVA COfcTEiX
For tale tj
J. TT. DOAifE & CO., 73 Dearborn it.
100 Bxs - MALAGA LEil
i. w V_/ 05S; 30 boxes Palermo do„ at the lowest
J.W.DOASE A CO.. n Dearborn st.
LBS - GUM DROPS,
I ''''*' """"■"""'""MS
J. W. DQAXE ACO„ T8 Dearborn «L
100 HITDS. If. O. SUGAR, new
A V v Crop, at bvorblt n>n.
J*AJtSO.N*. PITKIN A BANKET.
18 Snath WawrwttU*
9A A Bbls. N. Y. and N. O. SI"-
\J\/GAR ROCS* MOL4SSR3. n«w!nc rf ad
lor £U«by PARiONS, PITJON AUAJiHEY.
l*»ooih Wat-.r»trcet.
KAA Bags RIO COFFEE.
rARSOSS. PITKDf * It A N Kiv'," 5 '" 1 '
IftSonth w*ltr»titgt.
'"PEAS.— Youug Ilyson, Impeiial,
. . . v CnapowUer and Uwlon*.
A Urg« sod choice aswrtatni
PAiISOXS. PITEIV M ItAXKBT.
id Smlh Water atrett.
9XA Bbls. NEW YORK SYRUP
MdO\J Aaaorted.
PARSOS9. PITKCT A JUNKET
H Sooth Water Mrttt.
200 HHI)S - O- SUGAR, for
WVv nleattliaOepot.
<fc3 aEIXOLDg. ELT A CO.
lAA BBLS. NEW CROP If. O.
*V V MOLASSES, juat norived aad fur sale br
REI.<OLO;». ELT CO.
7o ,^ B , LS - E-BOILED iIOLAS
» v 313y la it ore asd for aa>« »err low by
9000 JIATS CASSIA for aalo
~ W\J KKYSOLDS. ELY A CO-
lAA BAGS PEPPER for sVc by
KEYXOLDS, ELT A CO.
lAA BAGS ALSPICE for sole by
J-W REYNOLDS, ELT M CO.
fJA BALES CLOVES for eale by
v\J RTOIOLDS, ILY A CO.
NO. '99
J. w. DOANI * CO.

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