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SP'Bryan's Tasteless Vermifuge.—
ToH the bell for pwify Kell,
Al! tbtbouaeholdV pride,
kbp died, ther aay. of wonni the prey,
Although «iUi tueiTcloe plied. S9
JTwu lalap. tne«cury and camtooge
Tfcat hclpad bar to her doom;
But Bryan s Ta»iel*o Vonulfujre
bsve%th'«»e*Bd*fro'n the tomb. _
Pntnp In bottle*. Forwleoy JOII} 1 D.
rAHK,f.M UlfMwK. Chicago. dcMm
SST"Dr. Jaa. McClintock's Pectoral
sntnp.atahdln* In the first rank of the P™!,T lo j* E r *
McCllntock has riven thi* medldne to the wwU p«r the
gt>»*ant)-«>r hi»hl*b reputation, a* a ™eaw of certain, lm
mediate and remanent relief In dlsewes «f the throit and
luu*i which nave defied »1- o»he»
For sale br JOHN D. PAIiSL. Ut lAk* ttnjt- Chi
cago. deMm
ISPDr. llostetter's very Celebrated
Stomach BlUei* bfive proved «uch a certain eon for all
dlaeascsof the stotcach, that no one can for a moment ques
tion lis efficiency in the most dreadful and alarming asea.
For many years we bare Pitched :U ctcaly progress la pub
lic estimation, and It* bcnlfldeat effects asa cure for all com
p'jtints arising from the stomach, of a morbid nature, and
we are free to say lb at lean be relied npon as a certain re
lief and remedy. Its proprietor has made the above prep
atlon,aft»r>*ea»of carefbl study andsHtlng, and Is now
mplag the reward claimed by this valuable specific, and
which he so richly merit*. Itil tbauoly preparation of the
k 'nd that la reliable In all cawa, aad It therefore demands the
attention of tb« afilleted,
Sold be druggisU eTcrywLere, and by HOSTETTER ft
SMITH, Sole Proprieton. SB Water and M Front street
Pittsburgh. ; deS-dawgw
22T*The Silver Threads which 'lime
JntrodoM«lnl«U»ll»lr, prertsti tboiuud* of rentletten
wetricc vhlafcen *nl moiiatadies; sad yet, fat tut
xikctu CrJladarv'* ErecUlnr Dy« -would render trerr
fibre at
DARK AS KIGBT,
t.Dd subtract twenty years from the apparent age of the in
dividual. The triumphant rrsult of
DR. CUU.TOK*S ANALYSIS
proves thisdye to beaswboJescmeforlhe hair as lib won*
derful for lu Usautiff in* properties. Ladles whose beauty
so materially depends upon the color of their ** wealth of
hair,*' *lll Cad this an article that they cu SAFELt USE.
iWKold everywhere, and applied by all Hair Dressers.
UKISTADOBO. C Astor House. Kew York. deHd*»lm
STMoflat's Life Pills and Phoenix
Bitten, by Increasing the Quantity of life and rigor in every
pan of the eystexn, enable oatarelo-mikelneroillble efforts
tortheerpaUloQot before organic dlstractloß be
gins. It la thus that In a very short space of lime they
care colds, coughs, rheumiUna, fluultnct, pains la the
eUt&ach, cho'ic. anl nervous disorders la aS their ftmna.
But their superior excellence Is In affect!am of the stomach,
in female complaints, and the sufferings of enfeebled youth.
For ealc by Dr. W. B. MOFFAT, Proprietor, 835 Broad
way, Xew Tort, and by >ll dnmUia. otfflxtei
ISF" Those -who are Curious to -wit
sisa the won Icrful perfection to which A. Ohswaldt (late
manager at Bachelor's, X. Y.) Las brought the manufac
ture of Wlf»aod Toupee*. are invtiod to visit his Wig and
Hair Dr>Q< Rooms, at No. 100 Late street, and examine
these curious prodigious of art. Jfo scrutiny can detect
the artificial from the natural when adjusted to the bead.
deS-ly
Z3T Notice. —The undersigned,
ttockbolders la the Merchant's Back of Macon, Georgia
are by the provision* «f IU Charter, made personally liable
f.tr 1U lurues. The sole* of this Bant will be taken by us
cn deposit on the same tenns in- Kentucky, Indiana and
Ohio. H. A. TUCKKK & CO.
.Stationers See.
JONES, PERDUE & SMALL,
WHOLESALE STATIONERS,
KO. 122 LAKE STREET NO. 122
Have now received their Fall stock of
•sraiTINO PAFSRB,
"WHITING I NHS tt FLUIDS,
pass u pram, books,
BLANK BOOKS,
ENVBX.OFSB,
I'KINTEE'S AND BOOK-BIXDER'S STOCK,
Ail i".\ try Virtely at
Offi.ce Stationery.
Dealer*are respectfully Invited to call before purchasing
frlwwbere.
DA. INGERSOLL,
• Uijurx boo* yuxnrtcTC***.
BOOK 111 NI*E It AND RULER.
1 am now prepared to manufacture (lUnlc Books of orery
tlewripUon. ruled and bound tu tmy desired pattenta, with or
V'tthnutpilnuMlhcadinct. I'artlcular attenUoa paid to oi
fiom Coucty OHlccrt, tUclu,*c. . _ , ,
Bill Heads, Loiter Hwijs, shipping Bills, Itttlftd and
I'riiited to order, siapzlne*, I'crtodlcaU, eic.. bound in
hDvutyle. Old Books bound ami rebound. All kinds of
i'nuiinrdoue wiUtoeaUMM and duiatcb. Term* moder
aic. &U. 126 L&K.K BTUEET,
Northeast corner of Ciark, on Clark Kre«t.
PoetOffloeßoaatoi. mygSlydMl
PRINT, BOOK AND WRAP
/iko Parea, for sale at tnanofaaurcrt prices
Br J.P.iE. A. BLACK <k CO^
No. ill 0 ... Klnzle »treet • • • No. 210
UUI addrcrs *• Bristol, Kendall County, IU."
tJT Cash ]«ld for lUrs. • Jys> ly dBl7
IJUI'LER & HUNT, 48 State.gt.,
JD bavenowonhandtbefollowincaUes of print:
WitT I6t£l SOaU 2«x« SxU
Sssll wiST 87x41 £lx3l
iSiti sus« iisM soxs;
And arc a Ur*e assortment <if BOOK PAPIZft.
a,W»oresms «f Wiapjrtng vfuUTtrcntslzea.
l.mni reams MullU Jo.
Sju reams Cap and Letter, and a gwleral assortment of
Printer's btaUoucry.
L,<joo ke«s of Mat tier's celebrated Book and News Ink.
All of wolcb will be sold fur c*ah at the lowest possible
tatex.
uiblf S3f"Caib paid for Ra«s._£]
pianos, itlusic, (Str.
0 O U P D • E T A X
IX TIIE
Pi.t<YO TK.IOE.
rmw PIANOS,
Elegant, in Appearance.
DttUBLE IS COXSIRICTIQX
And warranted In the fullest manner to stand
in any climate,
S2O O .
ROOT & CADY,
...Clark Street.
CHICAGO. ILL.
HM. UIGGINS, 45 Lake-ut.,
• caicaxo, iil—
Lljbte & Bradbury's Pl&uo Fortes,
MASON* Jc MELODEONB,
ilu»lc Publisher,aadaalsAfeuL lVholes*leand Retailor
Ouvsi DrTMS'e t-xUMulvc Caulogue of Musical
publication*.
tU fOftftt OF SVEKT DSSCWttON Of MCSICAL If K*CHAJO)tIS«
Nevr i'uaoj to Ulr*, wucrc nitlefactt'O* reference* are
tffea.
riAXOS TO RENT.
Tt>*> hieUcn pritt* paid (or old I'laaot In excbaoc* for new.
11. M- <L riMjwctfuilF anaonuew to ttie uublte, th»t be
Lai ntsJc Arraojcetneat* witttlnesethrne roost »xt«uslTe and
relUt>'e huases la ttt« Ua»l tia lb? muut*rture of Piano
Tories Meloleuni. ao-1 ttic [>u jlicaU.in of Almic), fur tt»«
• tdtul'e a««oc«, In UiU duw, Itir the »sle ot afoiesatd ar«
tick* o* U'Ulcal liT~ lUfcn-Dcei ot the
h'flieal orU'r. tor the fcn<>".noritr of U«ljtc and Bradtmry •
IW> Form, c.to be nvta at <> Late street, la tu« larfS
Iron Front Kinds. Jalvt'W \y '
WW. KIMBALL,
• BEAUX or
Piano Fortes aud Melodcons,
NO. »y CLARK STKEET NO. t»£>.
IIOAKOUATC, QUAY .V CO'S Premium P'ano Fort**,
which l»%v* l>c«o awarded bevestcen Flr*t Premiums in
Ga.d and tSUrcr Medal*.
PI4NOS TO RENT.
Old PUnos taken la exchange for new, ApDly at Music
Btore vl Cli/fcrtreei. noSSblll-ljr
ILnmJjer, <S£too& $c (Coal.
"PERU (:Jd Vein) COAL for $3.50
J. PEU TON. This Coal U theduaocjt and best for
oa«s. for Hotels, for slorea, for DwclLnis, aud lor Man*
ufsct'jriiif purpose*.
It 1* rwxiv«4 dally from the MlXEd,a%dcarefully ae»
!»et<yt •creei.od, and placed und*-r sited*.
\Ve have al*o the 6e*t QuaJUei of
hkiab bill,
MJItAiiTUN. _ OIUPPEWA,
ULOfSnUR'iU.
VUcb will be told at the low«*i luarKet rate*. _ .
HtIJOINS & Lift 111 HALL)
Corner Market aad Maftfcwn AmU,
mjSMH Sn l'remlaea Americas Ttra'a Co.
GOAL ! COAL!-I have a large
stock of tbe be*t qofctltlM cf Anthracite aadßSn.
alum* Coal, wliicb 1 am selling at tbe loa'cal market
mvs.
LEIIIGB. BRIER HILL,
LACK * WAKA, OKM^HV
SCKANTON, CIiIiTEVS A,
BHAUOKIK. BLOSSHURO.
1 have enxMd CXTEKSIVfi MICDS for itortu »y
C<*l. sod *bi enabled to deliver It DltY and. CLEAI».
l o cousine** wbo bare not room to store their coal tbls
la a rreat consideration. , . _ . „
Orders recelred tad promptly exaeutefl at or Tanla,l*D.
SOKoita Welb Urn;kod foot of Horth
ea!♦ A. B. UEEkh.R,_
piO Air—COAL— COAL— COAL.
\J We an retailing Erie. Briar mil, Cblppewa,6oa»-
ton, Ptttitoa, Laekawaaa, l>rbt£h, «od all otisex Coal* at
lX)n EST roirtet prte**. Ata. nut owe Kor&eni lutaou
Cuai.eqo*l to£ri« or Bria litll, at Coal
Yard IttSoulb Market au«et.
Ord»nlen at Custom Hcaae, IS Ltnfle ctreet, win be
P *2S»i?lS3tm Ce<l LAW A STROTHER.
TH E CATAiIENIAL BAN
DAOK.
FOB LADIEJP CSE,
TUU is tbe mott eorreoleat article ever tainted. and Is
looked upon bf Pbyatoacs wbo batre itudlrJ tli« pbyiiuJo.
Ctcal f<cutlarltlri of tbe «ez. as a cteap. Leihhy aod con-
Teolciit liistrutneni. To tnTciinßandboanluif.lt
it in't*'>cniahte t-*> t ,rJmol ' n S bn!tb a"d comfort. Tbe
Ukelutonuand advatitaee of tbls inveotlon can better be
abowo iU*n <lc«crlbMl If ar. advrJMsent, aul our podflon
la buj'r.tw (ladiei only Ldc; la auendaaoc at our sMre)
ban induced ibe law.mor* to alio* us particular advautafe
In dupo»in*or thecn. - ...
Ladlv, tbe& tbdr utility.
MBI. FLEET & WJiLVfiT.EY
JLit lie authotiitd Areata, At %ha
Ladlca'd; Children's Fornithine Store,
eoa-MQMs) Ktf BTATS 6TBECT.
Nrto iDutlUations.
A BEAUTIFUL GIFT
roa rut
COSIVG HOLIDAYS.
Tte Uluitrated Uousihold Edition of the
WAVERLEY NOVELS,
Dcdlcttcd to
WASHINGTON IBVHT3.
FUty Volume* of portable six* in 1G mo. fena.
THE HOST ELEGAM EUITIUX EVEU PLB-
LISHKD.
rrfce. in Cloth, w:JO; In Ila'f Calf. Full Calf,
♦I2S.CO.
The paper li of One quality; the stereotype plaU« were
cast expressly for this edition. The Novels a«e Ulustrttcd
with capital tteel plates engrafed in the best manner, after
drawings and paintings by the most eminent artists. This
Edition contains all the latest notes and corrections of the
author, a Glueoary and Index: and some enrioo* add!'ions,
especially In "Ouy Uannertng" and the "Bride of Lam-
menaoor bdng the fullest edition of the Ifovd* erer
published. Tb> Notes au at tbz root or tbk Paos,—
a great convenience to tbe reader.
"The works of Walter Scott have incorporated th»s
scire* with the thoughts and concerns o: the wbule dvllked
world for more than a quarter a century, and have had a
eou r-lUnglnDuenceovcrtneageinwhlcn he lived. Woo
is there Ui.t. on locking over a great portloi of his life,
does not And the cetuus or Scotl admlnuterog to his plea
acres. beguiling hi* cares, and sootiiog Ills lonely sorrows.
Wassuoto* ixTiao.-
"The Household Edition o' Scott Is the most perfect
thing to art and enterprise, and crtxy fimUy abouid
owniL S. p. Wi"»»
"No pubUihicf enterprise has met with a mere cordial
welcome for a long time, than the reprtrt of the most con
venient, retU'le anil elegant edition of the Waverler No*-
Hv « Bounced by Tlckn»r St Meld*; ami now every funUy
«lli be provided with the <uoit'cennaoentlv valuable and
intrinsically charming series at novels ever written, In a
form which will render tnem an Inestimable b<lr I .o' , m,anaa
constant intellectual resource. 11. T. Tccuuas."
GO BOOKSTORE OF
S. C. Griggs & Co.
39 6i 41 LAKE feTUEET,
PKEBEKTATION BOOKS,
Tlie tnttl elevating and eanoUinx that talent and poodnca*
have yet contrived the r cbe&aodmofct gorge-us volume*
that the hand of the workman tad the pcncdrfibe artist
have yet produced. S.O. GRIbGS 4 CO.,
DottbSt Store. Iron Block, sa & <1 Laac ttiert.
CCHOOLCR AFT.—Great National
iO Work oq ti>* Inllan Tribes of the United
htimr £i>mow.—ffl'h ovrrsOO beantlfnl and accurate
illustrations <m s eel. Collected «nd pi»iarwd nndij'be di
rection of the fioreaa »f Indian AffUrv by llcnry K.
behoolcraft, LL. l>. lUu»t rated by &. Eastman, Captain
U.S.A. 6 vol*, bio., elctn, now complete. Price, ITiOO.
VTe have cow in rtore the mart Extenilva and Elegant
stock of Standard Work* In fine blndirgtbat has ever been
presented for tile lu Chicago, Price* lAIVT and una*
cash. _a. c. omoas a cu m
yos. 29 and 41 Lake »lwet.
Q.KEAT EXCITEMENT AT
"W ashingtoru
THE BOOK OF THE DAT.
IIELPEU'S
Impending Crisis of the South;
now TO MEET ir.
By Bin ton Bowin Helper, of North Carolina,
V 01,.... .....Price, #I.OO.
For tale by
delS-bKfrgw D. B. COPSE & CO„ 111 Late street.
THE PERCY FAMILY
Br REV. DAN'L C. EDDY, D.D.
The first volume, with Betutifbl Illustrations, covering
A.VISIT TO IRELAND.
The second ot the series, entitled
Through. Scotland and England,
oris Tins day published,.**
Persons •♦lectlou 8001-s for the Youngcannot do belter
than u> examine these beautiful volumes, which ore finely
illustrated. 'fbcy*ill be fonndpureln moral*. Instructive
and eutertainlni;, and altogether unique and paiiular la
their d sign. Fur sale br
WM. TOMLINSOK. 91 Randolph-st.
pHICAGO RELIGIOUS BOOK
\J STORE 87 WELLS STREET. J7
DEPOSTTOKY OF AMERICAS TR&.CT SOCIETY,
Publications of Congregational Board, Presbyterian
Roard, It. Carter and Brothers, Gould It Lincoln, Martlet*,
tud tuny other publishers.
WAL O. HOLMES, 37 Well* street.
iiusiuess tffartjs.
IT 1 H. &J. W.BOYDEN,
1. • LAW OFFICE,
15# Clark Srarrr, Nsxa tub CocstHock. 125
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
to negotiate loans on Ileal Xslate Security.
nrz a. aorniH nogrtm.. jmbt, bovdiv.
QOVDY <fc WAITE,
VJT ATTORNEISAKP COUN6ELLORSATLAW,
128 CLAItK STREET,
Between Washington «nd Madison streets, Chicago, 11L
■wttmjic.coppr. Cnol-lya>f3l cm»uag.wAnx.
He. KELLY,
• A 7 TOPXZr AT LAW,
SOLICITOR IS CHANCERY A2«D PROCTOR DS
ADiiIitALTY.
Office >*o. 42 Clark street. Room JTo. 2,
loMyaW] Chicaoo. 111.
TANSEN & BROSS,
O ATTOftVEYS, SOLICITORS,and rP.OCTOItS IN
ApMIRALTV, 2v'o. 17 Lurmon Block, corner CLrk and
missioner Zt'ortheroDlstrictllL Notary Public of Cook Co.
Aaan.Jsasta. [oci«ft7«l 6m] joss a., saw.
17BWABI) G. ASAY, r "
U ATTORNEY AT LAW,
•Ve, 37 Clmrh 6Yr<r( t
Nearthe corner of Lake street, Chicago. nn-3-ly-tSTI
CPIES & BUKT,
O COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
Jt*Oi 75 ChfMlautj JS'orlh Sldr^
Between Third and Fourth streets, Bt. Loult, Mo.
Mr. B, is Notary Public and Commissioner of Deeds for
CTf/yMalelntbe Onion.
Inferences in Chifngo -Seripps ti Brass.
ratnamcc snga. Qal-ly-vISSJ cai.viiic.bctt
T THORNE CLARKSON,
O • ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOIt-AT-LAW,
.Vo, 5 Porilsnd ittoel;.
NOTARY PUBLIC. Clilcago.HL ' myat-ly
W. SLAYBACK,
A.
ATTOJtA'Er AT LA. TT,
St. Jo* Era, Ma.,
AtUmdithe Court* of Uuch*n*n, Andrew, llolt, AtclilMa
ud Kod**r»y Oouotlea. Kefm bv" perniiwioc to Samuel
it Atlrn, fit. LouU; Child,PniU*Oo.,£U LouU; hmyiii,
Oore&Co, tULodis; Dndiey, George & Tureaur. Cblca-
Ko; Abbott, John & Go„ I'hiUuclpttU : tilo'ir, WUfoo &
Co., I'lilUulelpbU; lluimll, Major* & Wsiddell, Le»ve»>
«-orthCitr; Jioonef. Cobs ft Co., Jfew York; BeU M.
Hugfaca, fcgq.. St. Joeph. xa-*3U-to
Edward g. kelley,
(SuccoiottoJOllir L. rVFE.)
MJCTICJI. CBBJOIHT,
PrOfeuorofCbemlstrr. Geology and UlnenJorr. importer
»Ddmußf«ttßrerofaiukliidaObemtcal and rbUowrhlenl
Appan'juand fare Chemicals, 116 John street, NewY«>rk.
Formerly Edwrtrd S. Kent. College* anil iii£b School*
fuioUbeU. Catalogues turolshcd free of expcLM.
luoljftwelnji
aIL & L. LAFLIN,
• WHOLESALE TAPEB WAREHOUSE,
49 Smuth W*ter Strut,
Areoow receiving their spring stock of Fine Pap*r*and
iUstern Book Paper*, which they offer at low price*,
rrlnting p*pcr ufevcry alse aaabeat quality. oc7-bIOS
pRAWFOUD, SHARP & CO.,
\J tMI»OKTERfI AXL) DEALERS in Crockery. Klasa
and Ctun»Tabl« Cutlery, Looting (J !**»<*, CiUtor* and Brl*
l#h Ware, J*'o.lo4Lakcatrtet,ChlfO£o,lll. mh3?^6-ly
jrtobes.
OTOVKS, STOVES, STOVES.
at IL 'VV. Laxcarra'a. !?o. 210 State street. Fejf-Re
frulator Store*. A'r-Tt*bt titoTcs fur Wood and Coai.nt
nunuf«taier'« piles. Conqweat Cooking Store. Al
though Ite improveateni Id biovrr tiavr. p«rhapa, kept
pace with the adraocemenl is rtyle and quality of other at*
Udeaof manufacture* there ate many who still look for
something newer in principle, more perfect In conrt ruction,
ana more ccouoiUcm in ine cou*unpUon of fucL "The
Conquest Stove" is uiade to mwt tUis particular cemaod. It
it manufactured in the highest style of workmanship, and
combines with substaUlu adrantagea,&rwaod Important
prit>c.plea poaseawl bv no ctner Stnr*. For sale by
ocll-atos-ly 11. W.LAMHtETIi.aJO Mate street.
PORTABLE FURNACE
—AXD—
SB ATBB,
WITH GAS BURNER ATTACHED.?]
One of the greatest Heaters of this, or any other ate. Call
and set It at
No. 201 LAKE STREET.
Stoves !* Stoves!! Stoves!!!
FOB OFFICES, STORES A3*D PATILOUS,
For Wood or Coal, for sale at unosual low prices, at
201 LIKE STREET.
Excelsior Weather Strips,
FOR BALE AT
KO. 201 LAKE STREET.
Protect year booses from the cold dririof winds and
rain andsareaiarye ptrcecLof jour fnel bj-rolnr to 901
Lakeslrtetaiwl jtutinf tome of the EaeJfcor Weather Strip
for f oar windows >d«l d w*.
Remember 201 Lthc Street.
CTOVES! STOVES! STOVES!
0 -AT-
AT.thw & SAZiTOXTB,
T1 LAKE STREET- 71
When may be boojbt at rtry low prices for Cub
OOOK. STOVES ofnil«w pattern*,
PARI/in STOVE 6 rorToo<lu4C(at.
OFFICE STOVES for llwd and Soft Coal.
BOX bTOVES for Jloteli aodlUß. Oars, Ac.
RUSSIA IBOX AIU TIGHT STOVES,
Also tbe famons Hard Coil Berne;
R AD I AT O H.
I*l tin, Planished & Japaned Tinware,
Heuaekecplnc Good* In General*
Btorwcleaned and w* upalcbcrt notice. Remember tbe plan
71 - - T.ftKfl STUEET. 71
:ts. T. AI.IXX J&S. r. dittos.
OTBWARVS COOKING STOVE
O STILL AHEAD—Tbe acknowledged roperlority of
the Stewart Store ba» riven rUe tn aevcra) Imitations.
Tbe retralee article fur tale oslr by C. M ETZ, Afent, at
180 State street, between Monroe and aoama. Alfo, a
#o«d as*ortme&t of Uooatkeeplsg, -Hardware and Tln«
V*rt. apt c 673 ly
TXTORCESTER SAUCE.
VV UADEBT
E. P. DIXIE.
V* recommend thlj Suiee to Ihe •Uostloa of Betcla. S*.
loeiaLeSi&S Hou«emdP*ii-*le F«nllei.•• tomt
F l ™;
it »uih« found to tl'« entire «al tftrtlon.
For i?ela k»r*. *T nllw, *Q« In pit* pin*
bM!»..u«b<to»i« *»<> IX"".hr 00S3 41I0A0
Ho. 43 Korth Clark «utet.
WrpHß JONES LAMP,"
_L Vincfulorel to «raj "liX fi -Sib
at\& at sxtMtlT n&uc*6 pri««. by tAMELIi
S.<£2SS?£^4 s SSs , to j^^^
fttxss & SMbune.
The Pint Snow Fall,
These beautifal liocs are bj James Bussel
Lowell, (bough not included in the latest edition
of liis works:
The enow hid began In the r l f* tT|lw r_
And ••usilf all tJe night
Us 2 f>ecn ti caller fieUl and hi* hway
W fell a tfcewe deep and while.
Etc:}* pine, and fir. and bcralock.
Woieermlse too dear form earl.
And the p*ore*t twig on the elm tire
"Was frlngul inch deep with pari.
From shed* tmw roofed with Carrara, •
Came Chanticleer** muffled crow.
Thtsttf nits were aofteiM to aw»nVtiowß
And Rill fluttered down thesnow.
I stood and watched by the window
Th? nolaetaawork of the sky.
And the sodden Carrie* of now blrli.
Like brown leaves whirling 117.
. I thoagt tof a mound In sweet Aulmre,
WberealiuJe headstone rood,
Qow the flake* wera fotciag it gcotly.
A* did robins the babe* la the wood.
Up spoke oar own little Mable.
axvlng" filherwbo mikes it enow 7"
Andl told her oftbe good All father
Who caret for ni be.e below.
Again I looked at the nmw fall.
And thought ot the leaden ekjr
Tbatarched o'er onr first great sorrow.
When tbemoundwash'spedsohlgtu
I the gradual pstlenca
That lell from that cloud-like tnow,
flake br flake, beallat *nd bloing
The tear ot that deep ittabbed wo.
Acd again to the child I whispered,
"The * now that buibetbfcli,
DaDlog, toe Mercuul Fatfur
■ Alone can make It fklU'*
Then, with ere* tint nw not, I kissed her,
And she, kissing back, oouU uotknow
Tli« my ki*« vu gives to ber sister.
Folded doae under deepening snow.
The Secret. , .
In a fair lady's heart otce s secret was lork'nc,
It toes'd and It tumbled. ttlocjrM to get out;
Tb« bps half betrayed H bf fitillnx and smirking.
The tongue wis Inpatient to blab U bo doubt.
Buthonorlooked jrroff 02 the roVJeet, and pte it
in charge <o 'be teeth, so encbauißgly while-
Should tuc captive auempt an elopement, to save It
Uie lip* and adaooshlnf bite.
*Twas said, and 'twas settled, and honor departed:
Tongue quivered and trembled, but da «d not rebel.
TThen i Ight u> Its tip, Secret suddenly sta> ted.
And, bait la a whiiper, escaped from Ita.ceJ.
Qaoth the teeth. In a pet, well be even for this.
And thef bit rerf smart y above and beneath.
Bui the 'lpsat that instant were bribed wltha kiss,
Acd thef popt out the Secret In iplte of Ibe teeth.
Usury.
Ben Adam had a jrtfden cola one day.
Which he put out at Interest with a jew;
Year after y»ftr. awaitinr liin, Jt lay,
Unt>l the donblrd cJln two trieces grrw.
And tbetetwofour—«oon.tlllpeoplefaJj—
"Bo* rlcb Ben Adatu Is!" and bowed the servile head.
Ben bad a golden cn n ttatday,
Wblcb to a htrangerasklrc alms, be £ave.
Who went refoldnr, on bis unknown v»y,
Ben died, ton poor to own a grave;
Bat when bb s-iul realhcd Heaven, with pride
{showed him the wealth i o which his coin haa multiplied.
The Growth of Eioplrc-*Tlie Coming
t'eiiiQiMElemeuu ofPopalsttloii.
IFruxn the ClnclsnattCazAte.3
Rome was certainly a magnificent empire.
France and Great Britain a;e great empires;
Russia looms up in the coming future as the vast
Golioh of nations. But it is certain that neither
of them were, at a similar period of their na
tional life, at all comparable to the United
States'of North America, and it is certain that in
a fair and single-handed the United States
arc stronger than any nation at the present day.
It is not the existence of great armies jud na
vies which determines the strength of s nation.
It is the capacity to bring them into existence
when they are wanted, and the living energy and
spirit which nerve their strength, and produce
great actions. No one fails to see that when
Greece acquired the laurels which thickened
round the brows of Leonidas, Jliltiades, Themis-
toctes and the heroes of her history, that one
Greek was worth ten Persians or any other of
the surrounding people. It is common to at*
tribute the cause to the luxury or eileminancy
of the other nations. This may he admitted to
a certain extent. Hot the superior mind of
Greece and the innate sense and love of freedom
were yet stronger causes. The man who has
learned to think for himself, and to feel and
cherish the sense of personal/ independence, is
not easily conquered. It matters little, whether
he lire in G recce, Englandor America; whether
he fight under Hampden, or Wash*
ington, it is the energy of mind and the sense of
independence, acquired by the habit of freedom
which makes him superior to any people not so
conditioned. With little training in actnal war,
the people of tho United States are yet a thor
oughly martial people. Their cars tincle to the
sound of the drum; their imagination dwells on
the glory of their couutry; and tbey are quick
to the sense of injury and insult. isince their
last important war—that of 1812-*ls—a great
revolution has taken place in the military means
of the people. Great navy yards, with ample
materials, arc ready to pat & navy afloat when
ever needed. Foundries for cannon, arsenals
for small arm*, mills for powder, lead and
nitre without limit; a million of active, hardy
freemen, ready to spring to arms at a mo
ment's notice; and two thousand deva of
West Point and Annapolis, taught all the art
of war which Europe or America knows,
make up an armament and an array for war,
which the world has sot seen exhibited,
whether in ancient or modern- times. Na
poleon had h&lf a million of men on the
banubc, and arrayed munitions of war, which
were never before seen, for the eonqaest of Rus
sia. Tet, it was not France, which furnished
this vast material. lie had summoned Swede,
Saxon, Austrian and Italics to his armies; taxed
all Europe for the means; forced the vonthof
France into, conscript rahks: and when all was
over, France lay bleeding, fainting, exhausted
by the effort, which was made. 1 et, who can
doubt, that if the liberties of America, a still
vaster power would be arrayed, impelled by
a far greater energy ? A million men could be
spared from the field and shop, every one of
whom could feel, like the Spartans of Ther
mopylae, that he was the defender of liberty.
It is' not without reason we say, then, that no
nation can surpass the United States in the
strength of military array. Aod yet this is the
gromh of a century. In 1760 we were but
weak provinces, under King George; aod, but
for the declaration of Independence, and the
Institutions of Freedom, fouodedand preserv
ed in, we would not have obtained half the
growth we have. Canada was settled long be*
fore the States. Settlements were made in
Florida and Looisiao long before we were in this
Central West. Yet it is ooly where freedom,
absolute, untainted with any species of bondage,
encouraged the native and foreign,
to find his own home, unmolested by any human
power, that this mighty growth, this unequalled
progress has been made. Even in our Southern
country, where negro bondage was the only
drawback—even that has cut ofT nearly half
their growth. Xext year, by Constitutional
provision aud established usage, the census will
again be taken. So uniform is the growth of
the United States, that we can anticipate its re*
suit with much certainty. The cntiie country
will then contain thirty one tnUliont of ptcpl*.
There muy be a few thousands less, but it will
not vary materially from that point. The total
is beyond the population of Great Britain prop
er, aod must soon reach thatof France. As be
tween the several sections of the country, the
growthjhas been proportionally something like
this:
New England,' New York, New Jersey, ramsylvanh—
-7 ptrcent.
•hlo. Icdlana, Illinois, Michigan, XTbcooaln, Minnesota—
CI percent.
Driawar*. Maryland. Virginia. 3>orth CarulinA, South
Carolina, GeorcU—l6 per ttni.
Kentucky. Tennessee, Alabama, Plarida, Mluliilppi,
Louisiana-S3 per cent.
MUeoari, v - Arkanaas, Texas. Kev Mexico—Co per
cot.
California, Crrfon, rtrt. ?00percent.
It is easy seen, even if we did know tbe actual
fact, where the great body of movement popu
lation is. Although the per ctttt, is largest on
the Pacific coast, vet the atnoutd of increase is
small, compared with that of the Northwest.
Of tbe seven or eight millions added to tbe
people of the United states in ten years, ono-
Uiirti is in the seven Stales which comprise the
second section above. Tbe growth of New Eng.
land, New York and Pennsylvania, is still large,
though not up to the general average of the
United State*, llall the growth of New York
is iu tbe citr, and tbe residue in the towns. Tbe
agricultural population of New York has ceased
to grow, aud annually sends its streams of emi
grants to tbe West In New England, the
growth is mainly in tbe large towns ;* and in the
State of Maine, which contains balf tbe surface
of New England, but is thinly populated. Man*
ufactures uiust soon revive in New England,
i when her towns will again rapidly grow. Tbe
: smallest growth in tbts country, is in the old
States of tbe South. It would t>e a mistake to
attribute this wholly to the influence of slavery.
That has had its influence in turning tbe stream
of immigration away. Whoever casta liis eye
over tbe States o( tbe South will find they have
bv so means toe natural adraotages attributed
to them. Taking tbe wbole country together,
there is avcrv large proportion of poor land in
the South; Virginia being half covered with
mountains; the Carolina* and Georgia having a
large share of barren lands. The agricultural
advantages which Virginia once possessed, ber
pe iple almost destroyed by poor cultivation,
till recently land? have been sold on tbe James
and Rappabanmck Rivers for fcSperacr*. So,
alfo, with tbe exception of Nonolfc, there is
scarcelyja good harbor in tbe South. This, with
the shorter distance across tbe Atlantic, would
have carried commerce to tbe North if there
bad been no slavery at the South. Tbe idea of
forming great commercial ports there is a vis
ionarv scheme. Tbe decrees of Fate are nn-
changeable. Thougo man may build & St. Pe
tersburg on tbe Neva, and Rome on the Tiber,
lie can gire to neither of them that unirerssl
commercial concentration which baa built up
London, Liverpool, New York and Canton.
It is, in some degree, unjust to attribute the
slow growth of the old South solely to the in
fluence of negro Slavery. Looking to tbe geo
graphical position or the great rirers and l&es
of this country, and tbe magnificent body of
fertile lands in the >*orth-\V'estern States; the
mun growth of the country must, in an event,
have oeen in the region where it is actually
found. Undoubtedly, howerer, it would not
hare been in so much greater proportion. The
presence of negro alarery, and tbe absence of
that great provision for Free Education in tbe
XortU'West, hare greatly retarded the growth
of the South. Firfher to the West, on toe low
er Mississippi, the colonies of th.- old Southern |
States bare grown much faster, but still not
equal to eren tbo old Northern States. The 1
same causes hare had their effect there; and
another one—that the rapid growth of cotton
culture has made that whole country a planta
tion region; and a plantation country must be
comparatively thinly peopled. There is nothing
to make or sustain great towns there.
The Pacific side of the United States is un*
Questionably destined to grow very fast; but
for reasons quite obvious, it will never be as
populous as the Mississippi ralley. From tbe
main range of the - Central Mountains to tbe
Pacific, two thirds of the whole apace is occu
pied with mountains, rarices, gulches, and bar
ren ground: Population wili oe mostly confin
ed to within a hundred or fifty miles of the
coast, and up narrow valleys till we come to
nearVancourer Island, when the broad, culti*
▼ated Jftod spreads farther back; ud in that
region will probably rise some great city, with
its tributary people.
Looking to the rapid growth of the people of
the United States, it is Tery remarkable that
there should be so much homogeniety of race.
It is, literally, tbe land of the Anglo-Saxon.
How many 01 French, or Spanish, or Italian, or
Bussian origin, are in the United States? So
small a number that it is, litterally, but a drop
in tbe ocean.
The German immigrants differs so little from
the English, that it isnot worthwhile to put him
in a separate class. The only large bodies of
foreign race, in this country, aro the Africans
and the Celtic Irish. The North oflreland peo»
Die who, from 1790 to 1800, migrated largely to
Pennsylvania, are of Scottich origin, and fall
-at once into American ways and sympathies.
But, taking the whole Irish migration, as one,
and tbey are much fewer in tbe country jban
most persons suppose. By the censasoflSSO,
there were but 900,000 Irish-born in tbii coun
tiy. Taking the deaths among them in view,
' and the immigration from Ireland since, there
I cannot be mnch over 1,200.000 Irish-born, now
here. About one-balf the whole number in
Xew York, Pennsylvania, and Massachusetts,
I In Ohio, there are about C 0.00 0; of which one*
third are in Cincinnatti. The habits of this peo
ple lead them to seek towns, when they cannot
| nod employment in tbe construction of canals
: and railroads. The great foreign body in this
country are'lbe negroes,who although Ameri
! can by blilb, still remain a foreign element by
race, by habits, by condition, andby the barrier
wbich slavery puts between them and all other.
Unfortunately, this foreign element is one
which time does not diminish. Tbe child of the
Irishman, and even of the French or Spaniard,
grows np an American, and is miogled in the
great mass of the dominant race; but not so
with tbe negro. As long as tbe slightest shade
of color remains he is exiled from the national
family.
A rale prevails, wbich prevails no where else
on earth, that the white man cannot by any ad
mixture of his own blood, bring the remotest
descendant of an African to his own level. This
is not a consequence of color so much as of
bondage; bat the bondage is a consequence of
color, for no race of white men could be retain
ed slaves in the United States. This race of
bondmen, foreign alike in lineage and habits, to
tbe people of this country, have increased Jicc
fold in fxxty ytart, To what end does this mul
.tipliration of a great foreign element tend?
What is its destiny ? When this element em
braces, (as in sixty years more it will,} twenty
millions of black bondmen, will there be roon
enough for them, in company with white men?
If room enough for them; will the world want
cotton enough to employ them ? And what will
be their political relations? Will tbey remain
as they are, or will some great and startling
change take place t It is plain that the exist
ence of this separate, immiscible element, pre
sents problems of tremendous magnitude. A
few more years will determine their solutioo;
and in the meanwhile we may be contented to
leavethem, and vievvtbe splendid panorama of
this vonug and free nation, rising to the loftiest
height of _glory and grandeur. No one can con
template it, without feeling that tbe civilization
of tbe earth is improved; and without some
thing of that slowing enthusiasm which anima
ted the prophets or old, when from Judah's
Hills they beheld the vision of tbe earth re
newed, and nations coming to the brightness of
a Permanent Day.
PItENTICEAIVA.
[From the Lou!svU!e Journal.]
Tbe Democratic members of our State Legis
lature are pronounced conservative by some of
their friends. Possibly they are; we,should
judge at all events, from what wc hare beard,
that there isn't moch danger of many of them
going off Italf-eocked.
—Tbe New York Journal of Commtrct, a
Democratic organ, thinks "tbe Nortb and Soatb
should understand each otber." So we do; but
when they do, n sadden and long farewell to our
contemporary's party.
—lf one by tbe simple magic of wishing could
be whom be pleased, what ** folly to be Win."
Verjnlce.
BY TEED A3CTIQCE.
How to Aroid Responsibilities.—Don't get
married.
Tbe Key that Unlocks tbe Secrets of tbe
Heart.—tfhia-key.
There are two ctasses of deep read men in this
city; those that hare become so from perusing
books, aad those who hare acquired that title
(deed red) from a too familiar acquaintance
with tbeworks oftbe distillery. Tbe latter out
number the former twenty to one.
How to make Time l'ass Rapidly.—Get
knocked into tbe middle of next week.
When does a Quaker manifest symptoms of
violence?— When be kicks the bucket.
The chap that was in for it, has been drawn
ont in company by a shrewd young lady.
Cream of Tartar.—An ill-natnred old woman.
Current liems.—Flat boats.
Pencil's Answer* to Correspondents*
Punch has some very good hits at tbe " an
swers to correspondents," that appear in the
cheap weeklies of England as well as America.
We gire a few of them:
Jlaria.—Wc can hardly adrise you to tarn
Tour Grecian nose a nesrttrouuf, which you say
Frederick likes; hot something may be done
by rubbing it upwards whenever you use your
I>ocket handkerchief, and by thinking constant*
y of some handsomer girl than yourself.
A Yocko Reader is informed that the bean*
ttful lines,
* llow doth the bufrlittle bee.
Improve each shining hour,"
are Lord Byron's. They occur in Lalla Rookh,
where Roderick Dho, the last of the Goths, re*
proacbes Clara Vere de Vere with idleness.
Kikes.—Xo person who wishes to be in health
wilt walk le*s than a quarter of a mile daily,
unless the weather is bad, or the exertion ex
ceedingly distatefal. Tbe more sleep we take
the better. The poets hare said, " How beau
tiful is sleep; and, besides, we knew it without
them.
Knave op Clubs. —Tonr friend may hare
been somewhat hasty in throwing the cards in
jour face, and knocking Ton down with the
candlestick: but if wc bad been jour opponent,
and you had said " How Hot," and Tour partner
had plajed two UearLa, we should hare allied a
tumbler at you.
—Edward Cloddox is very anxious for an
introduction to a refined family, in which there
are some elegant young ladies. His laudable
object is not bo much matrimonv, for he has no
money, as to be induced gradually to wean him
self from the habits of inebriation, keeping bis
hat on in a room, wearing muddr boots, and
smoking a short clay pipe, lie thinks that in
time, if he had familiar access to such a house
bold, he might be cared of some, if not all of
these practices. Any West End family desiring
snch a guest caa wnie to Mr. Punch.
Miss Lacba Macgbegor.—Saturate the hair
every nigbt with syrup of poppies to which a
gill of maraschino has been added, floor the
head well and let the mixture remain in tbe
hair alt night. You will find your hair thick
enongh in the morning. If you cannot get
maraschino, treacle and the yolk of egg will do.
A Texxessee Heboixb ix Texas.—Tbe Nash- |
rille Union and American has been permitted to
copy the following extract from a letter written
by Mrs. Mary H. ltichardson, of Texas, to her
brother, Gen. H. L. Burkett, of Waynesboro, of
that State. It is from such mothers that heroes
spring:
Hampton*, Texas, J*ot. 3, 1859.
Deabßbothek: On the 4th of September last
tbe Indians came in among us, and after doing
some other mischief they paid me a visit. Jly
husband was away from home on business, and
I was alone with mr fire little children, two
miles from any other house. I had sent my two
oldest (Mary and John) to drive up the cows,
and did not suspect that the Indians were lurk*
ing near. They espied the children about three
hundred yards from.tbe house and chased them
towards home, where they fled for protection:
and little was the protection that £ alone, a timid
woman, was able to giro against eight saTages,
thirsting for blood and plunder. Mary (tne
oldest) made good ber retreat; butob! imagine
my feelings when I saw tbem OTerbaul little
John and begin to stab him with a lance. I was
much frightened, and expected nothing but to
be massacred, together with my children. I
thought of my gun at that critical moment. I
took it down and fired, and kept firing until as
sistance came to my rclieC The Indians (as I
suppose) thougbt tfiere were men in the boose
prepared to receive them,.and fled and lelt my
child alive, but severely stabbed in the back,
through the arm, aud in the right side. He has
recovered from his wounds.
Your sister, Mabt IL Rjchardsox.
Stbavss ilu.wACtzK.—Persevering efforts
continue to be made to float this noble steamer,
which now lies oo the beach at the mouth of
theGrsnd River. Mr. Harrison, of Milwaukee,
who charge of the matter, thiofcs that she
lies in a position more favorable than hereto
fore, ana has no doubt but bis efforts will be
crcirned with success in a few days. _The bed
ding and other morablesbavebeen taken to the
depot for sate keeping.—Grand Jlaten Clarion,
Yolh.
If there is anybody under the canister of
Heaven that I hate in utter excrescence," says
Mrs. Partington, " it is the slander jroiog about
like a boy constructor, circulating his calomel
upon honest folks."
tSfA dying "West India planter, groaning to
his favorite servant, sighed out, " Ab, Sambo, I
am going on a loor, long, journev." Never
miod. massa," wdd the negro consolingly, " ii
am olid/ tr ay down hilL"
DRY <SOOIfS.
Cooley, Farwell & Co.,
"Wabash Avenu6»
JJAVI IH STORE A TOESE STOCK OT
Staple and Fancy GoodS)
BOTH FOCDGS ASD DOMESTIC,
Cheap for CtAb and Prompt P«F»
[mhlgl •
JOHN H. WEBER & CO.,
jonra aso wwrit xstri pumi xa
Date, Gaps, Furs and Umbrellas,
RO. 25 LAKE-ST., CHICAGO.
Eaw ow on hand, and are reedvln* a full aad mete eea»
Sete assortment of the abore roods thaa were erer br«ttt
j*'.* rurf l embradax every variety aad style, all ox
which are adapted to the waaM of the
Western Trade.
tan3fr4flO-tm]
T>OSEHILL CEMETARY—The
I fcl fiowtary wncld anBOOBC*
th»t wn in<j fitrf thla il>ta lh<y off*T ta thW pobUctbeSCle*-
tion ofCenetaiT Lota. eaa be Teached by
the Lake View flank Boad, the Gnica Day Boad. or the
Pzilite Road roaniaf narthwast Xrcst the ox
' IterthClarkandWellstfreetthnnxh Bowmaartlle, et by
the Chicago aad MHwaakae Eallroad to Chltundea Stanfm,
For farther parOenbrstaonlre at the offloe of the Coac«>y,
K0.63 Qarkstrv* " Je7-ly^laie
Saitfttng aitP gggtfjange.
T7>XCIIANGE BANK,
JjJ FON DtJ LAC, WISCONSIN. „ ,
K. A, Disuso, Cashier. Gxo. MoWrmsMa, President.
r «7fT)»r»T lAW r The OlJflt
Banking lioose la Northern Wisconsin. ,
Rtfere&efs—George Smith 4c Co., L H.Bvdii Co.,
Merchants' Lmq and Trust Company. nnajxiow
"RANK OF FOND DU LAC,
XJ FOND DU LAC,
Waconor.
S.E.Lzmsrß,Cashier^...........A. O. Bcrua, TittL.
Collection! made free of charje, and remitted promptly
at rorTent rates of exchange. noS-ly
JgANK OF THE NORTH-WEST,
FO!fD I>U LAC, WISCONSIN.
BESJ. F. JIOORE, Pais. A.G RUCOLES, Cash.
Coneclons solicited and proceeds remitted promptly on
day of naly, Ertat»M6edla
Janoary, 1554.
Rxraaracxa—F.O. Adams, ChleagO. BL Metropolitan
Bank, yew York. aoixim
BW. PHILLIPS,
• BANKER.
Ko. < Cust FrarrT, fLooml* BcDdlng) Chxyro,in.
Boys SU&t and Time drafts on Eastern citlea. l>iacQvata
tmuDeaspaper.dealsinEuroEiean and l>omestleExchange,
Spede,Land Warrants. Cncurrentßanknotes,asd mates
coUectioos on all accessible points oclt-bIM
LATOIAN, HEDGE & CO.,
BANKERS AND DEALERS IN EXCHANGE.
.QurUafffoK) Zeic««
Prompt attention given to collections. Refer toLH.
Burch 6i Co. F. O. Adams, Underwood «fc Co.
/acoß a. Laotaa. raonas Hxnoa. aw. o. lutmaj.
THE BANK OF AtJRORA, '
X HALL & BROTHERS, Aurora, Illinois,
Smnlirrs *md JJtmitr* i* fxcAsagf,
AlleoUectloos entnuted to them will meet prompt atten
tion.
Uefertoßsckor the State of NewTork; F. O.Adaa
and Geo. Smith Sc. Co., Chicago.
K. ». J. H*ll~ T. a. BXUm
pOOIC & SARGENT, DAVEN-
V_y port, Iowa; Cook. Sargent A Downey, lowa City,
Iowa; Cook. Sargent & Cook, Fort Dm Moines, Iowa:
Cook. Sargent it l'arker. Florence, Nebraska; lUnkers and
Dealers In Exchange. Make Collections and remit to any
part of the Union. Land Warrants boaght, toldandlo
cated. Particular attention given to the payment ol taxes.
Attorneys at Law connected with our Louses:
COOK <fc DILLON, Davenport,lowe.
25 E. D. DOWNEY, lowa City.
Baldwin & dodge,
BANKERS AND LAND AGENTS.
Council Bluffly lotcm Citg»
Collections made at the usnal rates. Excha<fe on the
principal c&les of the Dnion bought and sold. jtealEstale
Sought and sold oa Commission, Land WadVifits located
st<lo per I6oacres, and SJtcperaereLand .icefee. All
ilxed wananUln same proportion. - .
References—Marine Bank, Chicago; Bear/ Farnham,
Esq- Presldait Chicago and Rocklclaod Railroad; Ataer
lean ExchangeßaakTiiew York; Durkee Jt Dullock, St.
Loals. ' delo-at9o
jpjuy T. PC pox. c. K. MIJWI.
A/pAXAVELL & DART,
111 BANKERS AND STOCK BROKERS,
■Vot 50 JSxcltan^t
Businessp perandloansnerotiated. Advaacesmadeoa
Stock Secun lea. Stocks and Bonds bought and sold oa
Commission. All orders promptly attended to.
The proceeds of all Stocks or Bonds seat to os fornle will
be remitted for by return malL mh34»ly cjTO
MARINE bank,
ill CHICAGOMARINE AND INSURANCE CO.
Capital 9500,000.
B. F. CARVER, Caab<er and Secretaire
J. YOUNG 3CAMMON. PreddenL
tVCollecUoaamadeand drafts remitted to *ll parts of
the Union. fe>4
EL.TINKHAM & CO.,
• BACKERS AND DEALERS IN EXCHANGE.
* Cormtr ClarU and JLak* jlmf,
OBIOIDO.
xoaxo . TcggmJt. Qega.'Ml job* e. imn.
MARSHALL & DRURY,
ITX EXCHANGE. COLLECTION AND BANKING
OFFICE, Molis*, liuwota.
PSWTTT C« UilltiU. hTSTBXS B*C*T.
Collections made and remitted at current nln. gl
Kuxatacn—i'ars Bask, Ne» York: Bank cf Puugfa
keeps'e. New Ytrk; Uarine Bask. Chicago,
Illinois ; Wwte Bros. Chicago. 111.: Bockee, Phillips A Co.,
Chicago, IH.; B. F. otoot 4 Co„ 6t. Louis, Jlo. <nlxl7
jgXCHAN"GE & DEPOSIi Bank
WJBJJtJB, CJRPEJTTBT K CO.,
CEDAR RAPIDS. IOV.'A.
johx wxjiax, a.». Ciartstt . k. a, rrtsaa
Refer to Am. Exchaoee BauK. . Y.; Ilomaas Jt Co.,
Bankers. Cincinnati; *. O. Adiji i, Chleafo; Read, Drsxtl
4tCo., Banker*, New York jaJicll ly
HOFFJIANN & GELPCKE,
BANKEUS,./» cap). Deposits received and Inter
e»tal!owedonSf>cc. i Liberal accommodatlona
granted to De)• f.tora independent of the state of the
moneysxnrttu feacbasfteand LettersofCreditiatucasia
salt, on tb j >-indpal cities oftbe United States and Eu
rooe. on Europe, to importers, at New York
quotations. Time loans on private bonds, and mortgages
negotiated. Western States, County, CUy, or Railroad
loans negotiated abroad. fe33-ly
r*A3c»A.»ornns*. xm anxta. otto flpjoxo.
HALSTED & GILMAN,
BACKERS,
No. 47 Exc&taox Fuci, New Toac.
Corrcspondecu can rely oa prompt attention and early
advices of money market.' Accounts of Banker* solid tea,
Refeitore, by pennUston, to Flnt& Wheeler, Chicago;
Exchanxe Bank. St. Louis; State Bank of lowa. Keokuk;
Brown Altec. FrotUence.R.l.; Union Bank, New York;
W. S. GUnan, New York. oe»3x3m -
"VTOTICE EXTRAORDINARY.
Xl J. T. VAN YLECK, Banker. „
No. 4 Broad street, one door fron Wall, NewToric.
Deals in Bank .Notes and fpede. Discounts Paper, and at
tends to Instructions of correspondents.
Twenty-eijrht years in business, SollclU business ftom
his Weetorn friends. _ _ . _
Refer*, by permission, to H. A. Tucker, Esq.. Chicago,
nilnpU. 0c!0»6436m
"OUDD & BALDWIN,
JL> BANKERS AND DEALERS IN EXCHANGE.
CLIATOJS\ " - - lotcm»
Special attention given to cotiectlona, aad proceeds remitted
on day of payment.
Refer to the Bank of the Commonwealth, N. Y.; Market
Bank. N. Y.; Mechanic's Bank, New Haven, Conn: C. A.
Lombard, Boston ; Allen, Copp it Ncsbit, St. Louis;
OookA Sargent Davenport, Io»a. au^-tmaTS
G. SALTONSI'ALL &i CO.,
• COMMISSION, STOCK & BOND BROKERS,.
.Vo. 24 Clark St., CMeag-o, Jit•
State Bonds for Banklog purposes and Railroad Stocks of
every description bought and sold In the New York market
by teleerapn. Quotations received dally.
Illinois Ceitrai Land Bonds purchased and dellveredat
New York rates, adding Commission. Jyt6mx
r. Q. aaLTtuftTaLu a. r. Tutkaaic. J. o. awam.
IC. BARBOR, Banking and Ex
• change office 42 Clark street. Eichange, Uacurrent
Money. UoidandSilverkjuchtandwld.
K*ftrencc*-J. Young wammon. President Marine Bank;
F.G.Adaius. fel3
Itlacljiucrji, JQarfctoare, Sc.
LOW WATER DETECTOR,
FOR
Preventing the Explosion of Steam
Hollers*
JSBCBOFT'S pJTJe.YT.
SIHPLE,
SURE,
EFFECTIVE.
Dependant upon no Valve, Cock, or Float, romp or othhc
contrivance liable to c*t out of cwier.
Uver I,s9ohave Itctayui upin2\ew Fnsland wlthm the
put^eti.
WALWOBTH, IICBBABD ic CO.,
533 Lake street, Chicago,
Bole Agents for the West. seg-aOa-frn
TI.Y.YEIV S STOCK.
We hart a full supply off
TIN PLATE,
SHEET IRON.
WlitE, ZINC,
Copper and Metals Generally,
FOR THE FALL TRADE.
THOS. S. DICKEttSON, Importer,
45 W*b**h C/Wff1g , 0...«>«»45
/CLEVELAND BOILER PLATE
V OOiIPAKY.
MaxrrACmxsa or
Hammer Welded Boiler Iron,
LOCOMOTIVE FmEBOXrtiTES,
PBOPELLEIt BLADES, &e„ Ac,
FROM l-*gg SUPERIOR IRON.
IM H orks on Lake Shore, near Vasmc's Car Factory.
031ce in Ovuu's Block. SAiI*L L. UATHER,
)y<6mdTa l*rwt. and Twajartr.
BLAIR & CO.,
No. 17G Lake Street,
Importer! and Wholesale Dealers in
Uardtcare, Cutlery,
KAILS, HH-PLAIE, SHEET IRON, COPPFE.
Zinc, Copper Bottoms, Block Tin.
A fall assortment of Tinner's Tools and Hachlce*, Ja
panned acd Pressed Tin Ware, Klveis, Ears, etc.
>t»ly
LEAD PIPE—3OO "Rolls assorted
Ulli.
SHEET LEAD. PIG LIT A D.
•ea-aMOto Af-plyto THOiIAS S. DICKERSON,
plumbing.
BLATCHFOHD'S LEAD
WORKS.—The subscriber has erected a teapoaxy
lmlldln« upon his premises lately barned over, aiui Is cow
receiving a full stoch of
I,cad Pipe aud Sheet Lead,
Shot, White Lead,
Red Lead, and
LijUiarc**
cr which he mpedfnlly solicits tie orders of his frlezds
and customers as heretofore.
XL W. BZaATCHTOSB,
Comer of Clinton and Pnlton streets. W est Side.
QAS PIPE AND FIXTURES.
Brown Sc. "Wilder,
47 ft 49 Slate street, Cp Stairs.
CORSEUUS A BAKER'S. PHILADELPHIA,
Gas Fixtures.
The richest aasortznact la the city, eomprliinc all Lata
per cent discount from list prices. Fitting SO
t—f per pound. »els-ly-a6<T
j£> D. McFARLANK'S
Gas, Steam Fitting
—LMJ—
ESTABLISHMENT,
PLUMBING
64....LA5ALLE STREET, CHICAGO....> 4
Gu Fixture# and Iron Farnitare,
PRACTICAL. PIiUIHEBER
And ilaxmlactorer of
ALL KINDS OF STBA3I WOBK.
TO THE TEADE
The trade soppUed with tooluod every irtlele In tha Gas
Stem Ftttlsf and Plmabtrg Baiiaeea. Ba asd
Brontftt done to crde.
PT Mitroftctcry 157 aad!6» EastWasilsftoa street.
wy*-ly
1W)oU»alt %oug».
SOMETHING NE W! 11
UITGHXIX'S PATENT
metallic Tipped Bost and Shae.
As Improvement has t*en applied to BooU ud Sboes,by
which »Ortat fcavlagla Extensa Is nude. Every B-»t
and Shoe Dealer knows that Children wui rar oat u the
to« lb', best coaitrocted shoe la four to kit week*, aad that
lthaahlthertodeAeC theaklllof maaafacturerato obviate
this difficulty.
THB "METALLIC TIP,"
meets and rrcrcoat» It. A small piece of copper Is seatly
fajtcted to the toe o£ the Boot orfchoe affonllilgacomplete
protection to it, and rendering the tgfrtts of th* atasttavct*
erate stamper ineffectual to kick or wear it oat.
Wepresentthls liventlon w.ihthe fullest knowledge ef
sad experience la Its Practical Utility. Hariac bow for
t earty two yeais been sobiectod to Ue severest tests, it has
try Its own lntrlaa!c acrlti,actoaUysarsoaatederery ob>
JecUonlbatcookt poaelaly be brought azalcst it, as the ac
eompicylngeertlfleates, which an botafalraverage efhua
dredaorothers,willabondantlycorroborata. We have no
hesitation In sayicf that the Metallic-Tipped Shoe U des
tined to entirely supercede, for Children a&dTonth. the old
style; and we consider tt a tnocerau statement, that one
palrofthe Metallic Tips will oatweartwo to three pairs of
theoldstyle, nuklaea aariagof seariy two-thirds lathe
expense ofshoes.
BESSSS. WIDSWORTH ASD WELLS,
OF CinCAQO,
Have been appointed Agents for tbe sale of the Boots and
hboee,aad are authorized to dispose of Town and Cooatr
Blgbta.
UocuaonlcaUons addressed to the ondenlgßed
will receive pre per attention.
Cuiaß, MCKI7TN 2T A CO^
4$ and U ater &c*Loa, Uasa.
N. B.—Thislnrentlon is a complete protection from the
cottlnr of the Prairie Grasses, and is especially adapted to
Miner? Tue, and all oecupa*ltns which particularly expose
tlietoeofthebootorthoetobciggcgtorworn. jag^tt-ly
1859 FaU JL rade -1859
We are la receipt of our woal Stock of
Beady-Hade Clothing,
GENTS' FURNISH'G GOODS,
to which;
The Attention of the Trade ia Invited.
Barrett, King & Co.
Xo. 37. LAKE STREET .No. 57
FIELD, BENEDICT & Co.
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
Goods l'or Iflen's Wear.
81 & 83 • So cm Waves St., Chicago. - SI & S3
Would Invite the attention of Merchants end Manufactu
rers of Clothing of the liortbwm to lii'tr stock nuw ia
store forth* Fall Trxle. feeling contldent that it will be
found superior to any ever beforu exhiiUed in the WtJt,
consisting In part ct
Broadelothi, Hoacow Be&vari,
BlackDoeakmi. President '*
Velvet Yestingv, Castor "
Caating Cloths, Bine Pilots,
Kentucky Jeans, Devon Kernsyt,
TWEEDS. BLACK AND FANCY CASSISIERES,
WOOL SIIIRTS AT»D DKAWKKS,
Tailors* Trimmiogs of evtrv kind and An
<•
1859. Fall Trade. 1859.
BOOT, SHOE AND &ÜBSBB
W arelaouse.
BUBL, BOX, SBANaSB St 00,
33 ■ • ■ take Street* - - - 33
Comer Watash Avenue, Chicago, have now in store and
are rvCminp e% - ery week large &• Milieus to ttelr stock, tie
beat kinds of cuntoa
BOOTS AND SHOES.
suitable for Men, Dots, Youths, Wotrea, Misses, acd Child
ren's Wear which wo offer at Wnoleaale ocJy to cash and
promptpaying trade at the lowest possible market prices.
setf-aSW-Snj.
BOOTS AND SHOt'S.
C. M. HENDERSON & CO.
Manufacturer* and Wbolaaal* D«alazs,
.V«> 46 h*
BATS OH &UTD A. LASOI AXD SSSIRABIJI tTOCX Or
Boots and. Shoes,
AnA would larlte the fpedal of buyers to thel
(XSTOa MADE KIP ASD THICK BOOTS,
WWch are of a very superior quality aad warranted in
particular. »pli-ly-c754
We are Aetata for the sale cf
Mitchell's Patent Metallc Tipped ShOM,
Of which we have a full stock.
OTMy-d133 C. M HKNDER&ON A CO.
RAWSON, BARTLGir & CO,,
xaSTTacTCkxaa AID
WHOLESALE DEAIjERS
BOOTS & SHOES.
25 l<ake Street, CUlcaeo, HI.
We would respectfully call the attention of City and
Country Merchant# to oar extensive stock of Boots and
bhoes. which wc hare nuw in store, and are dally receiving
from our Factory la West Boylesum, Mass.. which con
sists of a fulliissortment of those Celebrated Custom-Made
J*atna KJp, ACalf.and Grain Water Proof Boots; together
with a fall ttock oi all styles of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
of the beat qual'ty and nonuCtctore which we are prepared
to sell forCiSH aad prompt trade at Boston and
I»ew York JobULnr Pricn*.
We are AscuU lor the ale of Mitchell ■ Patent Metallic
Tip Uoota andahoes.of which w» have a foil stock.
qopper toe.—
Mitchell's Patent Metallic Tips
—roa—
BOOTS AND SHOES,
WADSWORTH & WELLS,
Wholesale Dealers la
IWOTS AND SHOES,
60 LAKE STREET, CHICAGO,
Are the exclusive owners of this Patent Into and for the
Staled of Wlscotuin. lowa and Minnesota, acd will dunose
of eicio'lve town or coutty rights to dealers fur the sale or
manufacture of Boot* awl&ho«a w'.th Metallic Tips ap&Utd.
insaidSutea. Andarealnothe sole aient* fortbe sale of
Town and County into and for the State of llilanls.
WADSWORTH & WELLS
Will keep, la connection with their other gmeral stock
A Complete and Toll Assorts eat
OF BETILLIC TIPPED BOOTS AJU SHOES.
And will abokeep the Metallic Tlpsto supply tbe demand!
of manufacturers In these Suus. aturlce* regularly estab
lish ed by the Patentees, and trod which no deviation la made
in the united titatta.
AU Infringements of their rights In this Patent will be dealt
wiUtaccorulnc >M " >w *P<ly
9L D. Gilman & Co.,
15U South Water St. 153
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
M.D,Gilxis....W.C. D. G«ASra....lI. A.Fa*wzja.
TTe have cow In store, and are dally rteelvia;, a fell and
cjEilele stock of
GROCERIES,
Composed, In part, as folio**, to *h'.ch we Invite the at
tentioaof thetrade:
90 hhds ZSoscarado Sof&r,
195 do Porto Hico do
70 do Now Orleans do
300 bbls Chicago Hefinod Bagari
350 do New York do do
75 baga Old Governmt Java Cofieof
X 35 do Coflbo»
350 do Bio do
35 do lCochm do
100 bbls Now Orloans ZSolassett
100 do Onba do
75 do Sngar Boose Syrnpi
100 do Gtoldon do
75 do Portland do
300 hlf chests Oreon and Black Tea
150 bz Sawyer's White Srasive Soap
100 do Jesse Oakley's do do
300 do A 1 Palm Soapt
100 do Star Candles,
49 do Bterine do
49 do BXonld o
150 bbls Smoking Tobacco*
ISO do Chewing' do
215 bntts do do
150 fancy caddies do
110 S Imported Ciffars,
50 -jars Macaboy Snnfi^
875 bozos Oswego fftarcb,
95 bags Pepper,
95 do Spice, 95 bozos Olotos,
95 cases A 1 Kntxneg*,
49 tea Prime Rice, 900 mts Cassia
75 Oodfisb«
175 hf bbls AlWbite risk,
199 boxes Scaled Sex-rings
176 do AX do
194 bags Dried Apples*
95 bbls Xante Currants*
198 bozes Xsayer BaisinSf
575 do AB* do
98hfbxs do do
900 coils amd Jnto Sope,
475 roams trapping Paper,
375 bales do Twine*
119 bbls Per* Cider Vinegar,
190 do Dairy Salt*
950 bozes Pipes,
For sale vezr low X, D. GHJXA27 A CO.,
—aJr 151 Sonth Wataratnet.
n"EERE'S 3IOLINE PLOWS.—
I 9 The subscribes hiring enlarged their facilities far
maauftcturisf, aad tie cow utrpami to fill all orders to
■apply the lsowstnc desiiftd, (which heretofore we have
net Men enabled to do), aad han azid intend to keep as «-
aortmeat of all the styles of
PLOWS AJTD BREAKERS
hitherto manufactured by them* as well as other kinds of
Asricultonl Implement*, sueb at the various kinds of
Core aad PotttoeTUlen, Cultivate*. Hunoro's Ox Yokes
(of three different sixes) Sbovtl Plows and Horn Rakta,
fc., aad we Intend to keep op with the scientific lepror*-
ments of the ace.' Oar work u manufaeured of the very
bwt materials Sy the beat workmen, and Is warranted ta
every particular. DEKBE h CO.
MaH&e. UL, October Ist, 16i3. ocn.aa<-ly
FDR SALE—PACKING BAR
RELS, CltyHtit, scciUCUTOntud-
Kegs and Half Barrels,
Br C. H. SEAVrrcre.So. »X C!»rl; rtrttj
A. SUVXBSS, 718. Bfirtcci BnK. eauio 2m
<Sotporatioa fbatow.
»T<AX SALE NOTICE.
' JL Cm CMfnoLtn'i Omci,|
_ • Chkac?, December 17th. 13I». I
To all persons Interested, TakaNotice. that oa the TMi
ty-Ftotaayof Msrrb. A. D. IS?. tlia City of Cukxso t*-
oust the purchaser of th« Lea. Blocks and Land* In the
City of Chicago, in UieUoanty or Coot, tad but* of BU
aou, with the baildlegi. If any, situated thereon. at a Mia
or LoU and Lands for (pedal aiinsmfffi. a< described In
thefbUowlnf auwd Vinuti:
Waraat No. £3. South—Far ascadaairng State street,
Riagoid Place and Cottage Grow avtsne—
Caaal Trustees SubdJrtofca «\f whf S. *7, T.», R. It:
Lot SO In Sob of blocks S3, tS aad3B.
W.JT. Johnson's Sob of s A aerßs,ng 2t-10Q acm of • a ffac'
qrSJ7.T33.RI4:
Lets 15.31,2145 and *«.
Warrant No. *3. loath—For s'dswalk on noith sida ef
Monterey street—
Canal Tre*e*s Sab of whf S *T, Tl9, BU:
E**t IJ4K f««t of Block ».
Warrant Nu. 229, South—For macadamizing Twelfth street
from fetate stmt to the River—
School Stetioa Addition:
Lots SJ and it, la Block 131.
WaTantNn JM» Sooth—For suiewalk cm vest side ol La*
salts street—
Canal Trustees Sab of s • Crac qr SII, T 33, Rl4:
The toaih 30 feet of Block 43.
Warrant No. 2J7, booth—For ddewalk oa vest side of
Doixlaj avenoe, from Klwo!d place to Ridgeir place-.
£ hfof s hf N 412 feet of Block 97. to Canal Sob of v hf
T3S.SS7, ttJ4.
Warrant So XsA, South—For sidewalk oa oorth tide of
Sooth street.from Archer roadt) Stevart s»eaue—
Caaal Trustee*Sobofs«arail,T34,Kli:
Vest hf Lot 1 Uln Block 4S.
WarruitKo.tiS.Sotnb— For sldrvalk oo the eatt aide of
laaaile atreet. from North «j*et to Archer road—
Cantl Trustees Sub of se&acqr S2I,T 39. ft 14:
8 w qr of Lot 1 In block t7, sad nonhlsfi of Block S.
"Warrsnt >"o. sto. South—r or sidewalk oa both sides of
An old street—
Canal TrostwsSub ef«eqrS 21-TS3, Rl4:
Iyts la Biock £7, south i« feci ul slack is, north 129 feet
if BKck 38.
Warrut Ao. Sooth—For sidewalk oa east aide of Grove
street—
Soeth Scedlaaria Acdltioa:
Lot No S.
Warrant Ao. 102, North—For grading Howhawk street
fle d"s AOd-Uon:
North SB ftet of w hf Lot 30.
Wurast >'o. ICS, North—For opening aa alley la Batter
field's Addition—
Bu'terteld** Addition:
Ehfs hf Lot and e3» f«ct of Lot 9L
Warrant No. 110, North—For filling and replanklng North
Clark street, from Ontario sir*et to Chicago avenue—
Wo tout's Addlilnn:
Lot 18 ia Block 25. and Lou 7 and 3 la Block Si.
Warrsnt No. 2A Weu—For sidewalk on east tide of Canal
street-
Canal Trustees Sub of nwqr 3 21. TS, Rl4 :
Sob-lot < l»Lots, la Block CO; Sub-lota 5 and f la Lot 6,
la Block <l.
Wartaat No. 2D& W«>t—For planking UQvaokee avenue,
from the EUton road to the City Urn ta—
Caaal Trustees Sub laS 5.T33, Rl4;
Lots 26. ST. A 33,34.33 and 2£, la Sub-Block I, la Block
19; Lot lOtnSub-blocsr.ln Block 19; Loti,lnßlocklS.
Bsawaa £ Hotftnan's AOdUloa:
Lot4laßtocM; Lou 3,4,19. SI aao 2!, la Block S; Lots
Sanl 14. In lilock 3.
Warrant No.no. West—For opening analley rtrough BTks
10,13,34 ana <9, In school SecJlan Addition—
Let It In Block 34.
Wambt No. 3il, West—For coastrucllrg culverts oa
WaLer'sSubof o wqraeqrSSO, TS9, R 14:
Lota J. 6 ana ii, la Block 1.
Warrant No. £l3. Wes^—tor gradlc* sundry streets, asd
for constructing eolverU la the Vnt Dhlsion
Cacal l nutn*« &ub of o w qrS a. TS9, Rl4:
Lots 1,2,3,4,4.18.29.31,32.33.34,3i,36,3<u<138,1a5hf
Block W; Lou 3 aad 4, la slock CO.
Canal sub of lh>X part of a w qr, asd • e qr (VT. River) S 21.
T3B, R 14:
Totl In Block 4; ahflotl.la clock 3; Sub-LoU 8 asd
9lu 2. in Block 14; 14 acre* e and adi wioaeresofa w
qr(wof Hver) SJB.I 3* Kl4.
e>t—r or sidewalk on otsttidt of Centra
street, fmm Like street to Chicago avenue—
CaaaJ Trustees Sob of S 7, T 3tf, Rl4.
Lot 23, in oot>-Block 1 la Block I*.
Warrant £<o. Si*. West—For sidewalk on cast aide of Faa-
Una »trtet,trom Lake to Owu> strftrt—
Canal inutees Sob of &7.T8. R 14:
lot 15 Lu»utrßlock % aad Lou 6,6,7, 8 and •, la Sob-
Block 3. in Block 32.
Wanant No. 319, West—For mdlng nadir streets la the
West Dirt lon
Baawaa tt beffnun'a Addition:
LoU 4 21. 54,39 and 40, ia uioe* 1; Lou3aad4,laßloek
2; LoU 6 and 16. Inß ockS.
C.nal Trustees Sab iaSfi,Tßa, B14:
77 hf of Block 10.
"War.ant 3i0.23.\ West—For ecnstrueUngculTertaan Wood
street—
J. I*. CUrkaoa"! Sob of « 5 acres of s 23 acres w hf of a e qr
Si.r39.Ri4:
Lou 3, W. 21JJ. 2S. 26,2t, 28 aad 29. !a Block 4.
Subdivision of whf•eqr &g, T Rl4:
Lots 17 and 14. ta a e qr Block L aad Lot S, la s e qr Bl*k 1.
W arrant ho. £2.', West—Furaidevalk on sooth aide of £w*
sueet—
School Section Addition:
L">tl9 In Block 67.
Warrant .\o. West—For sidewalk oaaast aide of Foo
ler street—
School Section Addition:
*K 30 ftet of Lot %. in Block 31.
WanaotKi) 2io, Weat-ForsUewilkoa sooth aidaof Har-
Caaal Trustees Sab of •e qr 817. T 39, Rl4:
Lots 4.5,0 aid9la wbfof Block 4.
TVarrant 0.231, Wot—For on east aids of liar
stxett—
Canal Trostees Sob of a eqr of 917.T39.R14:
Let»in Block 14.
Warrant Nd.SS. West—For fllllac and rephekinc West
Randolph sUeet,from Deplalnesstrettti hirer—
ungtaal Ti-wd of Caicaro:
WestSt fret of Lot 10,1 a bl;ckSS: so»loi4lasnboflot
1. ana n qr of 4. In Block 43.
Warrant Kc. 38. West—ForplanllflgMadlson street, from
Lesplainesstreetto River—
School Section Addition:
E hfw hf LotS, la Block *,(4, aad a£o feet Lot 4.1 a BTkS.
West—Fors^iewaUton souta tldeot Cor
nell street-
Canal Trustees Sob la 3 3, T 39, Rl4:
Lou 7,8,9 and 10, li Block S6.
Warrant >o. S44X. Wejt— F«r opening an alley throuxh
Bluck 12, la Doacsn a addltioo—
Duncan's Addition:
Lots3,4,llandahfof lilaUlock 12.
No.;4S, West—for nadinf Fulton street—
Canal Tnifteea SubS 7, T39. R 14:
Lots 3Tand39,la Block 33; LoU 4i, 43and 44, lo Block
36; Lot ia block as; ahf of Lou K 4 and ft, in
41; rjJf'Ml we*andadj east 133 feet of Block 43.
Wanaut >o. US West—-For sidewalk on north side cf
Maxwell street, ftoox Canal street to Bine Island avenue—
Biand'* Aaouloa:
Blocks 7 and 9.
Canal Trustees Sob ofnwcrS ILT39, Rl4:
Lot 14, in Btotk 66.
Warrant No. 25a, West—For sidewalk on bcth aide* of Ma
ther street, iroca Canal to JefferMn stiect—
School Section Addition:
E hfLot9aadehr Lot 13,1n Boca4l.
Warrant No. 263, West—tor coiuirueiUir bridges at cross
ing of XlamlttoA avenue aad S W. Plankroad—
JlcUraw's Adduioa:
LoU 1,3. P aad 17. In Block}; aooih 10 acre* of whfe hf
of n w qr S 1& T 29, Rl4.
Warrant No. 3-«, Went—For grading aad constructing col
verUon Uubnard stratt—
Canal Trustees Sob of S 7, T 39, R 14:
L0t.i14.15 and 16 in sub-block 1, and Lou 3 and 3 In sub
block S, In Block 3i.
Warrant No St, Weit—For opening an alley throush BHt
41, School Action Addition-
School Section Addition:
LoU 11 and 13, In Block 41.
Warrant No. 25. West—For constructing culverts on Ma
ther and cih-r stneu—
School Section Addition •
XafU Z9 ta.t of LoUH auulU. 1m lUorfc- fc wnilat
Block tid.
Warrant No. 288, West—For sidewalk oa east side of Union
Canal Trustees Sob of a w qr S !L T 89, Rl4:
Sab-Lot 1,2,3.4,6,6 and 7, In Lot 0, Block 4rf.
Warrant No. 291. west—Fur tlankUw an al*ry east asd
west thruogh Block 34. Sctraol Section Addition—
tcSool Section Addition:
?0 feet east aad arij the west 93 :eet of Let L, la Block 34.
Warrau >o. 307, W eat—For plank lux Maaison street, from
U espials es to Hatsted a>reeu—
school aection Addition:
70 feet east and adtthe west SS feet In Lot 1, la Block 34.
Warrant No. 333, For sidewalk on west tide of
Sie wart avenue—
Canal Trustees Sob of aw qr S 21, T S9, Rl4:
Sub-lot o In Lot 1, to Block 61.
And that the tune of redemption thereof will expire on
theThlty-FL-stdayof March. A. D. 1860.
dei7-t>SjQ>t a. D WARD. City Comptroller.
npAX SALE NOTICE.
JL C«T OnRTMLLKa'K Omcs,>
Chicago, Uec. jTth, ISQ9. f
To *1 person* Intended, Take J»otle», that on the 1 nlr
ty-Fim day of March, A. I>. 1653, the City of Chicago
cjune the purchaser of
Let No. 111, «.w.Jof lot So. 132, and a, 150 feet of e. 95
left of lot 103. In Brouson'* Add'tion.
The whf of n hf of Lot 2io. Iff, la Botferfleld'* Addl
tlon.
s?ub-lotsl and S. la Lot No. 11, and tab-lot 1, In Lot 11 In
Block No, £i m t'zactiunal Section ill teen Audition.
Block 2io. 33. la Ktnsle'e Adolcoo
Improvements on LutXo.2. la Ulock No. S3; and Im
provements on Lot U, In Block lit, and Lot 37, In Block
lfv in School &*<2too Ail ait. on.
Lot No. IS. !s Block 22: Lou 1,115 and 16. la Block 23,
asd Lots 7 aid 8 to elock&.ln Wolco»t*4 Addition.
Lot 15. In mock A lnaeqrof S. 17.T.39. K.H.
X hf Lot H, In Assessor's Suh. of n qrofseqr of S. COL
T.»,K.H.
Satj-lota & 10 and 15. In Sob. of Lota 11, IS. IS and M, la
Block S&la Canal Xrua. Sab. of n w qrof S. tU f.3>, K. 14.
&nb-lots, In Lot 8. la Black 60. and auMot S3, in sub. of
Lot* 10 U analgia Block <3, In Canal Sub. of n v qra.2l,
T. 39, A. 14.
*lne n75 feet of •US feet, andss feet sacd adjaM feet
of w bf of Block 4, Is Assessor's Sab. of n w qr of S. S, T.
39. K. 14.
Lots, in la Canal Subdivision oi the w hf of S.
3T, r.C9,n.i4.
Block 3, In the Sab. cf the whf s ear S. 6. T. 29, B. 14.
Ail In the City of Calcuo. In the Couaty of Co?k. and
State of liliaoU, with the buildings. If any, situated then
oo, at aa*le of Lota and Land* for the an paid City Taxes
aid Costa due for general and ipedtl purposes for the year
137. and lb*t the urae of redemption thereof will expire cn
theTlilrty-Fimcay of March, a. V. IrcO.
de!7-t£9)3*. 5. L». WARD, City Comptroller.
Hardware for Fall Trade of 1859.
JEWETT 3c BITEK,
16 LAKE STREET, CHICAGO,
Invite the ccuntrT Trade to the following
CO Tons Ancealeo Fence Wre—assorted noabert.
t - ttrtjtht .... -
SOW Kegs y»lu—wortedsiieaandbraada. *
Bdls Sheet Iron—assorted.
300 - ** Janlata--4«sorted.
tM " - K.Q.
IS Casks Sheet Zinc.
Tin Plate, Copper Bottoms, Rivets and Earn, Pig Tb
Breasts and Covers, Tinner's Tooila, ic. A complete u
sortmenu aala36*-lT
'J'HE METALIC CAK SPRING
COMPANY, OF NEW VOBK.
OFFICE 54 TTILUiaS STREET, SEIT YORK.
/aim| Comic*! folmt* 9tetl CurmSprimga,
With increased capital and facilities, and ability tomett
all orders promptly, this Core piny respectfully tnnte the at
tention of llaUroad Car and Ensine bullJerv and
Gibers lttirtsted lA Kailroad Mschlntry andKcoa toy, to
tseae Sorinx*. and the laprovement m their application.
Orders and Correspondence Solicited*
CHAS. D. GIBSON. c. PALMER. SL VOaE,
Treastucr, Prraident, SecieUry.
PRATT k WORCESTER. Acents,
fW~ Have all sins on hand. d«H-bg>-iia
"OEAL ESTATE AND COMMIS
it SIOS HOUSE.
EBSST •PBCSSIXC,
3a. £4 So alii Clark street.
Money Loaaed o* ml estate securities. Basinets paper
wasted.
X b v>l l pay particular attention to the
Exthmmc* of Good* for Mtml Jiitmt**
To merchants or manufacturer*. wiahlax to retlr» from
bosisess. 1 would >*7 that 1 hive the best facilities to dis
pose ofthdrstoetln eiehaa*e for real estate. Goodj <3t
cvered to my core will be stored la ftre-proof buiwJfaigi.
pltisc coB and e amine mf Lit. aolt-lstpSw-ly
/CHICAGO TYPE FOUNDRY
jjo
Printers' "Warehouse,
W WAHIXGTOJ STREET „*>
The subscriber 1j prepared to famish Type In large or
Gsall<iuantiUe3,m»de from a superior cuiity of metal, for
either casb or approved paper. He U also supplied with a
large stock of Prejeea. Ink, Wood Type, ant! everything
necessary for a complete printing oSce. A new spedmen
book ta sow ready foe delivery, and win be seat to parties
wiahlnfto order oa application.
ablHtej L. DODQg. Treawutr.
gTRASBURGH CELEBRATED
ZOUAVZ] OINTMBNT.
JVECT.IRI.YE Oil.
And Shampoo Lotion*
Manufactured and for cale by GRE£\EBAUiI A CO.,
1(S West Randolph stmUChkaao. lIL, is also for sals
Wholesale aad Retail by PENTGN & CO- M Lake street
ear. Dearborn,asd F. s iL UOO&ER.S4 weft Randolph
strtet,Ctlcan,aa4b7aUDrag£j»t3ihron#hoattiie Called
QOYER'S SULTANA SAUCE,
lO > orhcrt or cold dishes, aad every pr*p*micn
recommended br the Loudon L*a<» as
•*a cms aid to direatioa," aad lnd&pensable for the dtnrer
tabfelilade from tbe r»e*»p« of tte lateAlexia
Soyer, only by Crow k Bl*cfcwell,t!iS » £*"«7-
Ssk)£oadoa. For sale by al Dwlers.
■ null far the United Stalest—O. Q< YVZLIK.IIT Foltoa
Yort, B&AT * HATES, 31 GoraUU, Bottoo.
Joi sal* ia Chicago by UOIxiKS <k Grocers, State
ifctt*. • o^7a?gj-to
rp oIL ET. GOODS, COMBS
BBTSHEB, PEBTCHEKT)
and everything foaad ta flnt-elasa Store, tot
sale by STZBBISS * CRAJCPTOS.
194 Clark street, cot. Mvi'ym,
Corporation jloftctg.
COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE.—
Public NVtU* ?"« hereby ftrea to alt persona laterestad,
that the und«nl*aed Commissioner*, appointed by the Com
mon Council of ta» dty of Chkato aaeertain the dam
aceaaadrecompenteoue the <.wn*r» rwpeetlraly of each
realeWdii «i.4i aad taken for the openta*
»C SoMih iirttt, from su.wut »v«au« to the South
Draach of the Ch'cj*o Rlv-r, '.a accordance wtth an order
psewd la Common Council Dee«ut>er Bth. lii 9. and u u>*
iim<L!aa to i«tmu< aaoiiat offuchdamafe*,io«ether
•nth tie cos: of tic p oceedisf*. upon tha r j *1 ouu by
then deem <2 bec«-S:ed. la proportion, a* »» irtyu may
be, to tha teneflta rtaulCae to each part* I of pound, raa
pectirtly. will meet it room 30. 1, lathe Court House,
oa the ti-X da/ of December, IJi®, at lie tour of U
o'clock ±. for the purpose of snkln*said atacasaaot.
ti. M.iiXAY. )
V. a. BRAGG, t Coaml«loo«ra.
s.c.mooci3os, j
Chleigo.DefcmS<r loth. ISS9. de^iro
pOMiIISSIONERS' NOTICE.—
PublicXoti;eUherebyfireatoall persooalatareat*
ed, that the uadeniiTted Cocuamlooen, appointed By taa
Common Coaneil of the Ctty of Ctdexeo u aacertala tba
and reeompem« dna the owaen msactirely of
facttrealeitau uatia'lbeaspmp.lated *nd taken fjr the
axtaaaloa of beacon street from Midlsoa stmt to
ilonrue street. Si accorcaoce with an order paaaed
ta Comznoa Cooadl
tasM time to aaaraa the amooht of mi dimifw,
wtththecoatof the proceedings, upon the real estate by
thea daeaed baseStad. la proportion, u semrfy aa may
tothebenrflureaoWDj t-> each parcal of groosd. refpect-
Iraiy. vlll meatatrxa No.l lathe Coon lloue oa the
2Ut <Uyof December. 1539, ai the hour 0/10 o'clock A
for tha parpoae of tsakinc aald mawncat.
cOt. GRAY, 1
F. A. > ComAlaaloners.
_ U. W. THOiIAS.)
Ct>!ca<o, December loth. ISM. d J t"-noy->'H
riOJDIISSIONERS' NOTICE—
V-/ notl» U herebv id Ten to rH pereaons InW
e<ed, that the CoouabiaiaMxt, appointed by
tha Common Oouadlof the City of Chicago U> aacertaia
the damage* and recompenae due the owner* reapecuvely
of sach real estate aa a ball be appropriated and taken for
the ©peals* of aa al ey \hir>vi*a block forty-elx la Ku>-
xla'a addition lo Chicago la accordance with an ordrr
puaed la Commoa CoaatC December otlu 1539; and
at the same time to latn tae amoaat of inch damacra> to*
cether »ltblb«eo»t of the pioceedlori, npoatharaaleatata
by them deemed beneSted. la propomoa, aa nearly a* may
be,to the heaefita resaltl&ctn each parcel of ironnd, re>
•pectlTei*, wlil meet at room Xo. 1 lathe Court Uoum oa
the £SI day of De«mber, I$S», at ue hour of 10 o'clock
a. for the parpoae of m ikinr said
o. ii. ouat, 1
F.a.BRAG<L > Coomiasloam.
«.C.HIGGIX£OS, )
Chicago, December loth. 1&3». del»ooaa-10t
/COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE.—
PnhCe Notice is hereby firm to all peiaoas interest*
ad, that the Comndsalonera, appointed by the
Common Cou.idl uf the Ctty of Chicafo to aacertaln the
the damage* and rvcotnpeaaa coe the owner of
such real ea-'ata aa shall be appropriated and taken fcr tha
exteaaloa of Stewart arcane fon the Archer Ro*d to
South street. In accordance with aa o*cer la Com
mon Council. Drcember Mh. Ipsa, aad at tha «oa time to
aaaesa the amownt of aach damxea, together with tha coat
of proceedu««. npea the rail estate oyuem deemed bene
fitted, ta proportion, as nearly aa may be. to the benefits re*
■aittsc to eaca pa eel of eroood, reapectlveJjr. whimeetat
rooa anmberl n the Ccan llouse. on the Slat day of De
cember. ISW. at the hour or U o'clock, a. ic. for the pur
pose of tnaklag aald saseaament.
G. X. GRAT. )
K. A. B"A0<). > Cbmmlstfonera.
_ 11. W. TUOMA?,}
Chlcxo, December IQth. ISS*. dold-ao^lOt
CIDEWALK NOTICE.
kl, Ctty Clerk's 03ce, Chicago, 111., Dec. 10, ISiS.
Public notice la brfebj* given, that the O mrroa Council
have ordered a S ide «ra.k to be constructed, u folio ws On
tbe Itatakleof Nirth WeUa»treet from North Water »treet
to£rte-«t-ialheNorlh D;vjlon. XSiee'.wUle, of2lo<hplne
punk. laid on beariusvif >,cit le*a than 1 by * Inch oak
scastllng,let iatothe earth or the earth filled In between
them, to iif fo*m aa evea cndc, said sidewalk to be built
to tile prevent wtabLlth- d city gr*d«.
Now. unless tha same shall be constructed lathe maaner
requited bf the Ordinance relative to aldewalsa, on or be*
ftwe the Sub day of December. ISA», U wiU be built by u>«
StiettCommltojoner, ami the cost assessed oa the pncilen
chargeable therewuh.
delO-nollMOt H. KBEI3MANN. City Clerk.
C IDE WALK NOTICE.
VCJ C.iy Clerk's Office. Chicago, lIL. Dec. 10,15J9.
Public Notice I« htrel.y given, that the Comctoa Coaaril
have ordered a sidewalk to be constructed, aa follows :-»Oa
the death »?de of Illinois street, from Weils itmt to
Market in the N<-nh Division, !♦ fret wide, of i Inch
pine plank, bid on bearings of not leas thaa 3 by 4 loch oek
•canUlng. let Into the earth or the earth filled la between
tfietn. wuW form an evengnde.
Now, unless the same slollbeconstrarted In the manner
required br the Ordinance relative to sidewalks, on or be*
fore the 34th day of December, lii9.lt will be built by the
Street Commissioner, and the cost assessed oa the premise*
chargeable therewUh.
deio-nqia-ltft 11. KREISMAS3. City Clerk.
CtDEWALK NOTICE.
KO City Clerk'# OflJce, Chieac", lU~ Dec. 19.1560.
Public Notice la hereby given, that the Common Council
haveonleml to beeonatnicWaa followa: On
both aide* of Llxtcoln street frern Larrabee ttreel to Qal
ateedst., lathe North Division, six feet wide of S Inch pine
plaok, laidonbnr.no uf not lees than 3 bv4lachoak*caat>
linir let into the earth or the earth Sited la between them, so
aa to form an iven grade.
Now, nnles» the »»iue shall be eonatmeted la the manner
required i>y the Onllnancc relative to sldrwalka, on or he/ore
thet«>hdayof December it will be biultbv the Street
Trim iiln'im i r in 1 i'ii rnif ■mf «i Imi fh rui mlii 11 Tinni
able therewith. il. JCBEIsMANN,
delO-noll7-lut city Clerk.
QIDEWALK NOTICE.
O Cty Clera'e OOce, Chltaio. 11U Dec, 10.1839.
Public Notice la hereby <vv«n, that the Common Council
hareordered aSid»waik to be rooatrocted, at follows: On
the South aide of Hickor? street frum Ureea Bay street to
a point three hunortd and forty feet £ait of Oreea
my street, tn the Nonb DlvUloaalx feet wide of 3 inch
pine plaak. laid on bearings of not than 3 bv 4 lrchoak
scantllog l«*t Into the carta or the earth filled la between
them, ao as to form an even /rade.
Now.u .les>the aoeshall becuaitrocted la the manner
required bytbe Ordinance relative to sidewalks, on or before
the SMh day of December l&V, U will be built oy the atie*t
Commissioner, and the cost aiscased on the bremiseauluuc**
ableth«re«lth. IL KiVEtiiANN,
del'J-uollS-iet City Clerk.
QXDEWAIK NOTICE.
O City CJNk'jrOffioe, Cbicafio, lIL. Dee. 10,1£»
Public Notice la bertby xlveo, that tbe Cotamoa Council
have ordered a Sidewalk to eeenmtructed aa toilowi: On
the £ast side of Aberdeoi street from Madison street to
Harrison »u*<t.lnibe West Dtvuon alxfeet wide of S Inch
ptse vUnk, Uid on bea:lao«f tMt leea than a by 4 lath oak
scantling let Into the earta or the earth filled la between
them.so astoformaneveaxrale.
Now. unless the same shall be constructed In the manner
required by relative vo sidewalks, on or he*
fore tAe i«a day of December laU, It will be ouiit by the
htrectComnikalocer.aadthecjstKaeaeedon the premise*
chargeable therewith. U. K-BElaif ANN.
de.o BOlls- tut City Clerk.
CEDEWALIC NOTICE.
CtTTCixna'eOrnci.Chicago. lIL.Dec.IO, 1S».
Public NMice Va herebv g.veo, that tbe Common Council
have onlered a bldowalk to be conjuncted, as follows:
on tbe West side of Wood street from Chlcv° avenue
to livlilon ftn-et. In the West Division, six feet wide
wide, of 2 Inch pine plank, laid on bearings of not lew Shan
3 by 4 Inch oak scan-ling, let Into tbe earth or tbe eaftb
flUrd la between them, so as toform aa even grade.
Now.unl«»« th« wue *hall be eowenicted in the masMr
required brtncOrdinasce relative ti)sl«iewalk«,nn or
the SUA <lay of uecrmber, 150*. it will be built by the
Street ConuHlwioner. and the cost assessed on the prrtn*
Ues clurKeabletiieniwUh.
dely-uoin-iot H. KKEIS3IANN. qty Clerk.
QIDEWALIv NOTICE.
JO City Clerk's OSce, Cblcsso, 111., Dee. 10, 1599.
Public >'i<!-.-e I* heretiy given, that the Common Cornell
haveordered saidewaikto be constructed, u fallow*: On
the East side of street fmm Randolph > L. to Like
street. in the Wax Division, six fret wide of i Inch pine
plank,laidoa bearing of not 1< si than 3 br 4 Inch oak s> ant*
line, let Into the earsti or the earth filled In between theia,
Muio form a& even grade.
Now.unlcss the run? be constructed In the manner
required by the Ordlaisce relative in «ldewalks,on or before
tee 54th day of December, ISB9, It will betullt by the Street
Commissioner, ami the cost aawssed on the premise*
chargeable thmwlth.
detO-nolU lot H. KREISMAXN. Cltr Cfcrk.
Q IDE WALK NOTICE.
kO Ottt Clzik's Omrt Chicago, 111- Dee. Id, 1339.
PubQcsotlce Is hereby given, that the Common Council
have ordered a sidewalk to becAnstructed. a* follow*: On
tbe West side of .Noble stmt from Chicago av«ao« to the
Nortbeart comer of block thirteen la Cut Trustee**
SuMltUkm of Section live, thirty-nine, foort*en, In
the Wr »t Division, six feet wide ot two Inch plaak, laid
rn b*armgs of not less than & by 4 Inch oak uanUiDjc
let into th- earth or tbe earth filled la between them, so
as to form an erensnde.
3ow,Qnle*atbe sauie shall t>econstructed lnthemanaer
nqulrcdtrytheOrllnunee reotlve to sidewalk*, on orb#-
foietheSttbdty of lfe.*e*nber, K9. It will l>e built by tbe
Street Conmlss.oner, asd tie cost assessed on the prem sea
charzsahletherewith. H. KKkl^MA>\
det»noll3 lot cltyClcrk.
QIDKWALK NOTICE.
O City Clerk's Offlce. Chicago, BU Dee. la ISS9.
PubQc notice l» hereby Kiven.th«t tae Common Conncll
aa fi>Uows: On
the West side of Ann su«et from JUnddph street to Lake
street. In the West Division tlx feet wide of 3 Inch pine
plank, laid on Uarinx* of sot leas than 3hr 4 loch oak
•eaatllfigUU&totaeejfih or the euthllledla between
them, so as to form an even stjU*.
jtow, unites tbeaamoshairneeotßtnictedln tbe manner
required by tbe Ordinance relative to sldew lks. on or b«-
lote the liihrtaT of becember, lrW.lt wIU beboUt by the
£Ueei Coumlsvlone;, asd the cost aastseed on the premises
durzeablf thesewith. U. KKEISMA2IX.
drijaoltM t City(.letk.
QIDfcWALK NOTICE.
O City Clerk's Off ■:*. C!i ; ca«n» UU« Dec. 10.1359.
th« CommonCoondl
hare orderetl a SidewAlx to be *• folluws: Oft
tbe £ast tide of Canal street *rom Tsvfor street to Ew*
ln< »treet, tn tbe We»t Division, elfht feet wide of S inch
pine pUnk, laid on be tr.ncs of not leas thsn S by 4 Inch oak
scanUlcelettnto tbe e»rth or the earth flUed in between
th«ta. so as to fonu aneven^rade.
jiow.n&Wastbe same shall be constructed In the msnrer
mjulrtd bv the Onllnacc>- nLitlve to stdewalks. en or be
fore the SUA day cf Dvecmber, 133. it wtli he boiit by the
Street ComnlMloner.aodthe cost aaxs ed on th* premUw
charjteabletherewlth. IL KKEISMAjii*,
deiO-noIOW CUy Cierk.
CLDEW'ALK NOTICE.
O city Clerk's oCce. Chicago, Dec. lfl. 1559.
Notice Is henbv that the Cflmmoo Council
have ordered a Sidewalk to oe constructed, a« followe:
On the South side of Washinxton street, fwm Reuben street
to Wood stmt, In tbe West Division, six feet wtoe,
of S inch plank, laU oa b«arin«s of not leso than 3
by 4 Inch oak soanllin£, let Into the earth or the earth
ttUed In between thtmso as to form an evenxrade.
Now. unless the same shall be constructed lathe manner
required by tbe Ordinance relaU'e to sidewalk*, on or bo
f»re the JtLh day of December. ISA), It wll be bailt by the
Street Commis ioner, and the cost assessed oa the premise*
chargeable thsriwtta. _ __ _ .
dclO-nollO-lOt 11. KREiaMASTr. City Clerk.
pITV OF CHICAGO,
CUy Collector's OSce, Nov. 59,1SSJ.
Notice U hereby given that the foilewin* Warrant* are
In my Lands for co.lec&oa:
Warrant 440, West—For sidewalk oa west side of Reobea
or lisle street, fmra Madison street to Jacksoa street.
Warrant 4M, West—Tor sidewalk on both shies of UadJ*
son street, from South Western Plank Road to City
Wimnt47tf. West—For plankln# and the alley in
lot six (6) block twenty-four (S4). School Section Ad
<LUoo to Chicago.
All p«nons are r«qne*ted forthwith to malt pavaent rf
xald Warrants at st office, or the same will be collected at
ueeostacdexpe&s* of the persons llah:e to the payment
of said assessment*. A* A*. C. MUELLER.
noJ- blli-iOd Oct Collector.
"ATASTER SALE.—State of lUi-
J.*X aols. Co«k Count/. Superior Cote? of Chicago:
InCbaacery. t(s»arj tUtnptteed. Truitee for Mr». C.
W. Hempstead, t?. joba B. A 1 array. ;*arah K. Hurray.
Geerie 1". Og-ien. aad lajurance Company of
sew loilc
''Jublic notice Is r.Tts. thai. la punuince cf » Decretal
Order,e&tertd In the aoore entitled e>sM oa the twenty
ttxtadayot SoTmlicr.A.l'. W. I, Ira Scott, Muter In
Chancery of tie aup«rior Cturt of Chicago, will, oa the
aeeo&dcay ef January. A.D. I?W. at ten a'cUxX la the
forenoon of said aay sell at public udioa U> la#- kijie-t
bidder, for cub. at th« Xorti door of the Court H&u>e la
the Cur of Ctld;a, ia the Cousty uil state aforesaid, the
following described lota, pieces or parcels of bid. (or to
much thereof ui may be agcevary to *uiifTLhe amount of
ariddem«.latereetaadce»t*,)«:tuaie in Coucty of Cook
and Sate of Ullnol#, to-wlt: Lota number* four (4). tre,
(5) alx(6). tetta (Tj.thirteen (13!, fourteen (It). flfte«a (19).
sixteen (W, «T<t»t«n (iT),
twenty (Ml, Mr«r.ty-oae (51), twenty-two (52) end twenty
time (S3). In block number two (!); luU cumbers nine (»).
ten (10). eleven (11), twelve (13), fuurteeo (14). Ifleen(l4).
sliUea (1<) and seventeen (IT), In block oaaberU»te«(3j;
lota numbers tw«»ety-*U (26),t*enty-ie«ais7), thirty-one
(51). ttlr.y-two v 55), tairty three (3) and thlrty-fourp4).
in block number four (4); l«ta numbers n*e (5). •»* •«).
aeeen (T, eight (3;, nice (»), thirteen (13). ftwrWo (U), flr
teen(l3). sixteen (U), seventeen (IT. eighteen (J-J. nJ>e
teen (ti), twenty (*t),twenty-one (51), twenty-two <»).
twenty-three (iU twenty-foar <»*). **J?visfc
tweatj-eUbt fSS*. twenty-nine (59) sad thirty
number tire(s); tot» cumbers «oe(l),t*o (5), thrrs rJj,
four (4). Are (5). *eren <7). e!<ht (S). nlße(»).tWty-flr»
I (Si), thirty-six (3»>. thirty se*en (ST). **!'
Ulrfy nice fly), forty (40>.
I forty-few <4«). fortT flv,? f«L forty
fi9L In block number »lx *o]; lots number oce P>* ® i'•
Snt (31 foor[4l ST.[ll
I alae L»V In b!oc< aaaa. r seven s-mlbe» taw*
laid out In that part or th* goalh c \
Metiaß Xo thtttT !n u*siblj) fbrty (40), Jiorth cf
T?STATE OF JOsIAH H. GER-
I»i cdr, sotloeU hereby clreato
ci.loa and itmand,apfr«tthe£*ateof
Oerouid.deceased, topreseaTthe «me for ad
lotiarilon and KttleatatttarexaUrterm of theCooaty
feOTjKSS,*
A. D. ISSO, AdaMatretrix.
SZSRT il. WILXABTB, Ad=lai«tr*lar.
n, yoreaiber lSh. IS»9. soM-bCtd
l.cgal atibcrtisemtirtg.
r |" < KUSTEE'S SALE.— Whereas,
A oa the lit day of Jnly, 1335, George OertalandCaro*
line, til* wlfij, ty <ited of that date, to the under*
•'.Reel. tamuH Straui, certaia real euaia sltuata ta Cook
Coanrr, uil known m the "undlTidtfd one half of tha
south thirty <») f**t of lota Xo. an#«j (i») and sixteen (l<)
la *'■'"•< •» r in w„lfuti'» utimon to CUua, cuaimea^
lnront">e comer of aa alley onohundredOOO) feet of lb*
coraerofiiUnolsuuK'Lsrx it*. oa tha west auit of Mid
Clark *reet, ud raaais* trct.ce west eighty <SO) feet thanes
noßhthirtyfvJifeet, Uwnco eart eighty (80) feet thcaoe
eoata thirty <ao) feet to the plica of tKgtaaiag, with tb«
buildlnf* anil tmproreirctjts there'll. Ire trait and waq
tha grlaop*) oa
interest of acertaia n-ite mada o* s*ld Oertel or even asta
therewith for ♦IKO. psyaMe four »ean after the data leaver
WvtaltUemtallhej.Ueuft.-n percent per annum Parana
*eml annually it the office oJ Urctabaiua Brotha**. Calttp*
In t.V «icinn£eoa i'otfc i!tv, to »dl tmid laada ud
lae Mine, «btrb deed
corded lathe Recorders OSes of >jM Coun'y, In book ID
of D*ed«, on CMoothesytli J'-iiy. And deftelt
ba*laf i>-ea m*iia la the p*priest of interest en UMtala
noteXatuU. In of i:k power er.ataJned
daeJ, the r*qoe»t of me Bolder of »aiil nota oa 19u>.
daTof L>ecemt>eraexi,4t tue nour of 3p m of aald day at
Uieoortbdoor of the Coart 110 iae, la Chlaco.
ty, lUisola, cspn.«a lor siJu to the bljhett bidder for mil
tie u.d laLda acd prvouara. all rUht uil equity of re
demotlt aofUwinidUerlel. hi» heiraatid that da*
SAilCJili* arttACs, Tnmt*.
Dated, Sot. 24 oattblSS td
MASTER'S SALE—State of Illi
»>U, Cook County, SS-—Clrcnlt Court of Ccok
Conaty Ij Chancery. Hemry tJ. Mlcax ra. WUUab A.
btepanl „ .
Pu&l c Butlce la hereby itlna that Sn tmr?o*aee of » if
eretu order enieied ta U'e ahuve entitled caa*e, l t L. C.
Wine freer. Mm'ft Ui Choi eery of Cook County, SUU or
iltlauia,wilt,oa the »ecuuj day of Jtsoary. A. D.
telia: publicaurtioafuroihtotlie hlftuxt hiJder. at tea
o'clock m 1 he forenoon of day. ji the north door 01
the Coart llouaa, la the City of Chicago. Cooaty of Cook
»foreiaid ail that certain piece or p<rcel of Und Utuata, ly-
Idc andbeiacLßlheCuu&l)' SUie of llßaou,
kao«a aad descried a« the H>ulh half of the northeaat
quarter uf Sect'onNo. flTe >5), In fownahlp thirty-aerao
S:)of R*n<eN«.thlrt,t!ti<U'.<ait of the I htrd Pilodpal
eridian.
or leas, orao muchaud *ucb pon!m> thereof aa tn«y b« o*>
ceasary 10 mate the taooey doe to tna aald cjmp'ilnißt
upca tie decree La taid eauaa wttn ialereatand a«ia.
L. C. PAI.N K KER,
ilia'sr In Chmcery of Cook County.
Chlc*«o. December WtX U». oei:-bSI3 Ul
TRUSTEE'S S-VLE.—Whereas,
JL oathe lTth of Uarch. 1S1». br dc«dof that dale ra
ecnled In the Recorder's UtSca or Cook County. Illinois, la
Boot ls7 of Deeds, oa ST, Frank llettlacer ud
Caunrtce, hia wif<s, cauvayenl u> VV LUUxa T. the
nndera!caec, latni\t:ha undivided oua-half uf U>a aonth
thirtyfeetof Lots fifteen OA)acdattteen (16) in Block tlx
(«;.ta Wolcotf* Addition to Chica«o> commecdtK at Um
corner of an alky one hundred tcrt aooth of the onreer of
illlnolaaadCLucatreeu, on the *e»l »lda of raid Clark
»treet,asdnmnisx thcnca *nt cUUty feet, ibeoc* north,
thirty feet, tHance eaa; «ULty fret. Uteece Math thirty feet,
to the pUce of beilunlnc. 3u.<i Mao all ttie lateraK of Mid
Fran* Hettinger (r<w<oa a certain deed 01 traet
made hy Ceo. Orrtel <late«tthf l»t day of July, J«?, and r»-
eoMedin U-wk Ittofltowd*. I'ue lU,msaidui9ca.eoaTey
lnsthebtherundlvraeit half of uidtrtrml«e«: and also accr>
tain proroL-sory note for a«Hll>cttel to Mid
HeUlmer, July 1 »r. lsS7. payable four yeara after
due, secirvd by said trtut deed, for the parpoaa of aaradac
aaladtbt Unrwof f.om wd Fnnk liet>t&f«r
to Jam«»Ke ly JtCo . e*lden<vd three note* made by
aald Uettlntcr.datedthcaaid March l?th. IM# baana* In*
trrestattenrercen' pfrmnaru.piv.ihle to Jamn Kellr 4k
Co M oroidtr: the
Uetaof.the-econd fir »ITT 3 - J four months after th>» data
thethlnl lor#l tOrtpiyubietlx nonthaaftartha
datethneaf, withvuwtrt-'ixlltheaald Uad aud premUcs
and niveami tni»t dee-'.if uld note* or nthcrof them vara
not p«»d. %>d with a further eovcnaci ia caa» ant of Mid
notes weft not p»i J when due then tne wLoIe should bodtw
and parable. And. the said notes aocored by aald
trust deed rvnuki uspau.
Jiow, tfcerefew. 1, the «aid tru<>tee. In pumaaoaortha
powers in aald Tnat IK-a;, will, on the l»th day of I/a
eemher, next, at the north dix>r cf the Court tha
city of the hi-ur of of that day. Mil to tha
highest bidder fjreaah. the aald prrmixa, acd ite no'e aad
the trait deed to aecuro tb« same mentioned ta aald tnut
deed to mo. \V\ X. Tnutce.
J C. Surra, Att*y.
Dated Not. 34,1^9.
STATE OF ILLINOIS, Cook
County, ys.- Cook Conutv Ctmlt Court, November
Tara, A. P. IvW. Thom-s 3. liickersoa ra. K. U. How
land and Wiltlaa C. Junes.
Public notice U hereby idven to the m!<l William C.
Jones that a writ <>' attachment Issued out of the oiflce of
the Clerk of the Co«>fc «:o'*utv circuit Court, dated tha
tint day r>t November, A. L»* ISV<. at the »ult of the said
Thomas Dtckersoa and aoltut the estate of the ml<l
WUllam 0. Junes, ft-r the «no ot nine husarrd and seventy.
alaedulUnaud thirty-four cents, directed to the Sheriff cf
Adann Couuty, which writ ha* been returned exe*
euted. •
.Now, therefor*. unless you. the said William C. Jooee,
•1 ail personally be and appeal before the said Cook Coenty
Circuit Court, on or befoie tbe first day of tbe next Term
thereof, t<J be holden at the Ciutl lions*. la the atyof
Chieagu,on tcelbtrd Monday of November, A. D 18JW,
give special bail, and plead to the uid platwUf'a acUoo«
judgment will be entered i£tlu»t you. atul In favor of the
*ala lhomasS. Dlekereou. aud to much of Ut* property
attached as may be sufleent «> aatUiy the said judgment
«w.< eosta. wtli be aola to salUly the same.
Wil. L. CUUItCH, Clerk.
Ltkas rUT* Att'y. noil b*^<w
CTATE OF ILLINOIS, County
lO of Co>>k, SS.—Circuit Court ot Cook County. Janu
ary Term, tati—Anne venae Clawaon ra. Claua Ao>
drew ciaw»>o.—ln Chancery. _ _
A&lavltof the aou-m!de»ce of Claue Andrew Clawwn,
defendant above named bavin* be«u Oiled la the oAoe
of the of eaid Circuit C-urt ufCook County. No*
tlce U hereby clven to the nit Cbua Andrew Clawwn,
wi.t compUiuant tiled her hill c( comuldn;ln tse Mtd
c»oit on the chancery *!deltcm>f.on the seventeenth day
of November, 1919, and that a Himmot>a thercupoa tseuod
oat of said court ualnst said defendant** returnable on the
first «toad»y of January %xt. lstO, as la oy i»w let] aired.
Now, nnle*ey».u. Uu; sala Clams AnJrew Ci.wton. shall
pcraonally be and appear before «ild Clrruit Couit of
Cook County, on ue cr«i u»y of the neat term thereof, to
be buldea at in «aid county, on tbe itrst Monday of
January, ItCf, and pie*!, vuwer or demur to the nald
comptauanU* bill of complaint, tbe **m» and the matter*
and ulng* theret'i charsed and*tsUed will be taken aa oon
feseed, and aCr--ive you to the
prayer of raid hill. Wil. U OUUHCU. Clerk,
oimi.n Jt MaSAea.Compl v ta soFrs. uoiai.s^tw
MORTGAGE SALE.—Whereas
XIX Alexander Mcrrtll axd Mrrrel), blawilf,
aadUtfreyA Davteonand Julu W. uavlacn. hi* wife,
did. on tbe flrat day of >ert<mb*r, ta» year ftfonr
I«ord one thouraad elih; hut»lr»l and ttlty nnir. eaecuta
and deilTfr to Je*e B. Leitve:iwi>rUx a certain deed of
mortage beartn< date the day and year afnreeald, to *e
core the payment of IheV t«u proaiL«eory notee, eeefi of
even date with monzue. ac<t in their *ald mortxa<e
mentioned acd deerribedlan'l w&iwh said mcxfgice wae
fl'ed for record in "be Kec«r»ler'» «-.ulce lor Coo*, count*.
U lnob. In Book Nlitteeaof page ontin »Xd
oflte, and wh ch »al-» mortxaci] and note* were b* raid
Leavenworth asa!<?ied to ine, the und>.*n'g»»id,on the Ist
flay of Aprl, A. D.lsM. und ueftiuU l.avitu been made la
the paymral of the notes **curvd to be paid by a»ld mott
caev, Mldnotetbeine now all part due. Now, therefore,
punuc nouce la hereby given Uut lu purauauce of and by
Ttit*eafU)epowertu.audlhe aulh. ilty by uid
confrnrd, and forthe purpose of pa>lnj;»a:d no>ca.t»nad
09 Wt«u>e?day, the twenty Cay of D«*cen.ber, ItW, at
the hour of ten o'ooc* In il»« forvcoa of that.day, at the
north door of the Court house In the city of LhioCN la
the County of Cook aud aule of lillnoK xol at public auc
tioatuthe hltbeatblader for ca.«h,the Mlowlnjt Jr»crtb«d
premlaee. aituate, iylnc and la said t'.ty of Chlcaco la
the County of Cook, and tiut« n4 JiimvU, known ae let
nineteen (I*) la Dloek numbered thirty i*»)ln the
School >t<tlon Add tlonto Cblnwo,
»<•* d«crlb»l lu aa d toicethcr with all and sin
cntar the tc&em«nta, ber<rdlUmcaU. and appurtentfeee.
belong, at or la any all the
rtdit and equity of r«<lempt!<>a of <aid A.exaud>r 1L Sler
relland llan-e>- A. Davison In and to said prcmlsee.
WILLIAM !! OGDBN. A.«-dsneeoftw«J slort«a«e.
CovxaTßT A RoC*te*«. Att'jsicr the Aa#ltfne«».
Chlcs«co, October 17th, IfcjJ. ort3a77oan
CTATE OF ILLINOIS, County ot
s4.—Sut>«ricr Court of Chicago, Feb tury ferm,
A. D. 15oU, Ti« K»ck County Bank v*. Martin C. Brad-
I«y and C. C. lanipheil. now or Iste partners underlie Una
tuune«f Bradley A C.ubpl«»»—At - ;«.hn.et t.
futile is <1 ventolin* Mia lLirt'aC'.B.adWy
and C. C. i'iUipi*!L ttat a wilt of attachment i»su»«l
outof therfflcenf theCltrkoftne Superior Court of Chi
cago, d»i*d thrvtb d»y «t Novetu -er A.D.
the Bocx County Hank, ted estate of «ald *ar
tinC.UtailUyand C.C.Ciinptxl!, fortbe vim nf twenty
sev 1 n hundred and twelve i|t.7ir) ilo'lara, dliected ta the
ShmiT of Cook Coontv, which said writ ti»s tn m ntunsep
executed. 5o», theref >rp, unlfn you, th» Mid Martin C.
Drulley and C. Cainpt*!; shall personally be and appear
before thesaid Superor Court of {'hicax«»on«r before lb«
Intday of tie terra thereof to Ns h«ld«8 at the C««rt
Hou«,ln Hie City of Ckjcjjo, ou ti.e dr*c Momlayof Fib
ruafy, A.D. 13?Q, five special tall and plead to the said
plaintiff's action. Judgement wilt be entered against yoo
and \a fSvor of the nald K«ck County Riux. .ind so much
of the prupntyatLwJied»*ujjy Ve«ufildentto tiUsfy the.
said and aotj, will be mldto the sauir.
WAUtEtt KULBALUUefk.
W*. T. Bcaaxae, PUT* Attv. d«7bl>«-4w
CTATE OF ILLINOIS, Coauty ot
kjj Cook.es, Superior Court of Chlcuo. February tWm.
IS". Ihnioas Boyd »S Ne ««B X. iiwters, U. B Smith*
and the <J«'«D%icdChiCMo Cmon Company.
AJBdavlt of tie non reaul«uc« of M*l»>n X. BuUei* sod
U. tt.»mlth«two of the >lcf«ndauu above turned, h«vu«
been filed in Use offlt e of the Clcrx of *xl«l Superior Coort
ofl'hlcaK*. Notice li hereby «cven
Buiten and It.lk MBlth that use plmntUT flJed hiaplaint
aodajSdavit fur a writ of replevin in said court on the
twvntr fouith day of tJct'-fcer. Lsi?. and that a writ
thereupon I»«>ied».it of soldcwHr mJu Uef«n<!az.ta,
returnaMei>n the tint Monday of
said Nelson X. Butters and 11. B.
Smith thall personally b« aad H-irt&ir befur» said supe
rior Coort of Chicago, of Cook county, on the Br»t day of
the term thereof, to be holdtn at Chicago, in nld county,
on the first Monday of February ls4»», and p!«*ad. «d»i«
or demur tn tbe sal a c»nse to tbe deelaratios on hie thereto.
TourdeCiaUwU l« taken W<: Jn-l«tnent enteied
von therein. * . LLMDSLL, Clerk.
W. T. B;*ocra» PltlTs Attr. de?bl£S-»w
r PRDSTEE'S SALE—Public No-
X fleets hereby fflven that I, L. C. Palae Treer. tho
Trustee namtd In a Deed of fru*t executed by Korea
MetttKr toBM. dated March liAh. iBS9, will by r«a«oB ox
defaolt in tbe payment of a promissoir note la said oera
, e u at the North d< «r of the Court Jlowe la the
City of Chieago. County of Cook, on the twentr foarth
d*y of December, Istt. at tea o'clock in the foieaooa «
■vd day, at puoLc suction to (he hixhest Udder for ta»h,
the premises and real esute cunvcyed oy said Deed of irasi
to-wti;—Lot nuthber thirty i?o> m Crane's Sotdiylsloa of
part of the fast half of the Nor»hwe»t«(juai«r of Section
number twenty tlnht (Si) In Townsblo thlftv-nlee (»J
XofU> of ILuue fourteen <UJ Ease of the third prpctpal
meridian, situated lathcCnyof C&lrMo, coaniyof cook
aforaald. to make the money due upon nld note, wjth
eostsano expensea of aaJe. »*ld nolo beailnc dato wlU>
Deed of Trust Riven by said MenUer. payable tt A- U.
Boyden or order, eixht months after date. U»ea or Tru*
rrcorded in tbe oflce of tbe itewrder of Couk County, In
Bo.n*.r pju! , E KRSEB . T „ H „.
OhkafO, Sovember», ISW. n<s«WS*>td
CTATE OF ILLINOIS, County of
O Circuit Court of Cook county. Feunary
Tertu, John W.Chlcierinfud Jam;s Lualnxtonm.
Caleb O. i!ata»nd,Tbomis 11. Foile, Ann D. tee.Anby M.
Mttny. Auxu»r««o. Monr. Anna P. Lee, l'avid B. Lee,
Marv E Lett. E. McJliat, Aufuttiu Dwachtei; Jo*
*epblneL. Dwachter.
Afiidavtt of the nO3-mldecce of Cal«t» O. Hildwl,
Thona*ll.Falle,Ann D.Lee, Abby iL Many. Aur. C.
Muny,AjnnaP.Lee.Danrid B. Lee Mary V. Lee. JosiaA E.
McJlure, AU«ustos»Dwactterand J> srphineL. Dwachter,
defendants above named h.ivis)< been Sled in tbe otSre of tba
Clerkof »'a«?lreult Court of Cook c uaty. Notice I*hereby
eireato O. HalsUad, U. faile. Anu
D. Lee, Aoby M. Muiry, Augustus C. Marry, Ana* P.
Lee. David B. lee, Matv E. Lee, Jo«lah K.McLure. Ao
rrutos Dwaehteran<i Josephine L Dwachter Uat«aid com
plainants fi.ed their hilt of comi<«dnt In »aad tout, oo Use
Clunccry cn the Hft-ii day of Decemw. 18S»,
and that a wmmon-t thereupon i'sunl out of said Court
a«ln>twl t d-fendicts re'ura»:'i-on the third il&aday or
Fe'ruary.l*>,as is bylaw required.
Now. ualrse yoo, the »aW Calet. o. Kalstead,Tljo»a»H.
Faile,Ann D.Lee. Abby M. Murry. AogusttuC. Many,
Ansa P. !.«*. David B. Lee, E. Lee, Jr*tab *.
McClure. Anu»tus Dwachter and Josephine l». Dwachter
ihall o tv3tolly Be AQd sppear before said Circuit Court o.
. cook Couatr.cn the flrrt day of th next February term
(hereof, tobehoWeo at Ch.o*o. in said Couaty, oa tha
third Febroary, IS«K and plead, awwer. MM;
mm to the said oimpla' casts' of eofflp!a.nt.th*nme*oo
the matten and tbines therein charged -»nd ,t»ted wtu j»
takraasconfeaeed. and a decree entered ajaln»t jou ao»
conßqtolblcrverof L CUCECn .cl«rt.
J. W. Ctticnratq. Compl'u Sol'r. «:«*t>tf»4w
QTATE OF ILLINOIS, County of
C 'irh^W<°"■« "" Ulrt " C - EI»J
-I.JSd C <? rISpKU. tlJt» ■of atudmjeatUmed o»t
rScof the Clerk of the Supfrior Court of Ctk*co,
&VdthTn-'Br"cav NttT«mb«r.ls».attt«
tV>onty C«k. and xaimt U>« eatat« of the Mid
Sutlß c! Unwley » nd C. C. Campbdl. for the fnm of frw
teenhnndrvd and »«**nty-iune du*cud to
tSeSfcenff of Cook County, wluch lild writ baa been «-
tnraed executed. >ow. therefore, onlees yoo, the «ald
sad appear txt'ore the nld Superior Court of Chlca*a, ob
or before the 4rsi day af ta« term thereof. 10 w»
hoWtn »t the Court Hob* In th# CUy °*
U«e rlrst Monday of
»ad olevl ro tte aald plalLtia a acticw. wIU »•
Utc of lh* a*l«l Ko.k Canty
enuwd agyjt y i£ e property attached a« may b*
Cedent to ■»***r co * wUI be «oIA
tottmryiaesame. W. KIMBALL, Clerfc.
Tr«.T.Bc*"'"iFlt'ff'a Atty. deTblflMar
QTATE OF ILLINOIS, COOK
O COUNTY. S3.—Superior Court of Chlo(o-Jaim ry
Term. A. D. Andrew VTjUs tj. Allan C. Biy»»—
Attacament. „
PuhUe notice Is hereby tfreo to the said AHaa C.
Bryan that " writ of atUchaent UsaeU oat of ta« oaea
of the (Test of the dupencr of Chicago, dated the
eiihte<nth day of Xoreabnr. A. D. 18-». at the »alt of
the said AtUn <\ BrTon aud a*aln*t the estate of tbortid
Andrew T Ty>. for the sum of twenty fenadrcdaad ntttfT
ftTedollars and ceota. dUxtedto«he Shert*.
of Cook Connty. wh*h said writ hai been retiirned ex
ecuted. Now. there fere, unicta you. lh« old Allan C.
Bryan «*■•" pentonally be and apteir before the aid So{*-
rtor Coart of Cbtcar» on or before tbe t'tf day of the
nextUnn thereof, to t>« holden at the Coort Bouaelnthe
dty of Chicago, on the flrat Monday of January A, D.
i«xi fire epeoal bail and plead to the said plaintiff *a ac
ttou.lud<aeat will be entered acalnnyoaaad la tern of
thewldplaiaUff. and so ouch of the property attached aa
say be saSdist to «Osfy the laid Judpaeat end carts.
will be sola to satlafythe saae. _ _ '
WALTKB yiYWATT.. Clerk.
Mf*™, Tarr > »»*«•• ajuy*. dflthm-V)rt
Micurut

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