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Special jioftteSo .
B9~Hea.lth and Long Life.—Many
elderty * pnou of both «n« who foel that they »eed
•ometh'ng to tclnfoxce tholr defcPUHd systros, at* ctold
to taurtto ctdlaa-y etlmmliot, because they know tha
temporary cxdUmeuttheyproducels followed byt-rrlhU
proetraUon. Pradaely win* they requite U a’-piA?d In
HOSTETTER’B BTOMAOH UTTAR'- TbD *»«
rtstonHvs combines the tonic elements they need,uni Its
Iwaa&Uainot nos otvy botpinnaneat, Theatrengthlt
Imparts remain*, and loereiset day by d*r. *k* Bltti ra
an taken regularly In conformity wlihtbe dlrecdooa on the
bott'a. That health m«yher.e>rtiad and Ufa rrelented
by he me, then Uso manner of doubt. We commend It
It to alt who ruffer fron» Dyrpsp*'-*. Dianhma, DjaenUry
ge&cnl debility, and the natural d«iy conacquent upta
old l|t. JeldAwlw
CSPMorals, rs. Brandreth’s Pills.—
Heedacha’s are nature’s warslags, and have their origin In
Imperfect d getiton. produce* gams which ascend to the
head, caadag expsosif® o’ It# covering of the brain, snd
varying to intercity according to the habits o' the Individ
ual. Oneortwobrlskdcsesof Uran-irelli't Fills will cure;
uidwLes they are swell rw« d all dtngcr of apoplexy It
paurd. *1 he pain and ditg'oesi will vanish after the first
sleep. Do net let toy tlixe be lest. The consequences of
imgu'orlUes ate thus cured, and the body and mind are
better able tbereaf.cr la withstand temptations. Bran
dretb’s PUla will yet be appreciated by morallik.
D. BRANiRETH, M. D.
SoU a*. £9l Canal street, Brandn-ii’s Building, aid by ail
respectable dealt w In medicine. JeldAwia
Miraculous VarminDis
troyer, 'he ode:l and best remedy for Exterminating BATd
and MICE COCKROACHES, BIOS, ANTS, MOSQUI
TOES, FLEAS, HOTHS, CHAIN-WARMS and GAR
DE V INSECTS.
nrprfnclDßlDepot OS Broadway, New Tork.
Sold by druggi ts everywhere.
CSJ”" Bourlion "Wbisky Bitters.—
Thaee popular Birrau pneaess all the nourishing and
Invignrating proper! Os ot ruaa Old Bousbob Wedet.
and are coos dmdth-rrort efflcacious Tome and Srucv*
Ljjtr.as well as the meat agreeable Srouacsio ever of
fered to the public. As a Tonic for Old People,
Ladles, convaeecrnt invalids, and all weakly people, they
cannot be surpassed; Id all cases of Weakness or Debility,
they will give immediate relief, and Imjart a strong healthy
tone to the eystem. A trial will establish their merits
over all other Tonics now In use. ForLuss Ccurnstxn,
Bbobobrt*, Dnrcni*, Ncavoos Dnxssa abd Lim
Cobplsxxts, they arc an invaluable Remedy; and are a
certain preventive of Chills and Fims.
Tut tip 1c Quart BoUles, la cate* of one and two doaet,
Udforctle bf Drocclat* and Grocen everywhere.
W r. & A. W. GKEELEF, Proprietor*, Ko. tt Tr<*
soot street, Boston, Waa. - ,
J. H. JOHNSON, Geo ml Agent,
No. 70 Stale start, Chicago.
apSTtO-dewly
R. *. LANPON. Agent.
C3?“Dr. McClintock’a Cough and
Oo'd Mixture consists of a variety of vegetable ppecifics for
pulmonary irritation, combined la or e infallible an’idote,
by a physician acknowledged, by hit professional brethren,
to hare “no superior ,** It dlssipetei immtdmtely the most
distressing eymptoma of Cold, Cough, or Sore Throat, and
remove* tt entirely In an In credibly short time. Trice S&c.
Sold by JOHN D. TARE, lit Like street. myS-lm
Those who are Curious 'o wit
ness the wonderful perfection to which A. OhswadlGaU
manager at Bulcbeloi*a,N.Y.)hM bnught the manufac
ture of Wigs and Toupees, are Invited to visit hi* Wig and
ITalr D nog Rooms, at No. 100 Lake street and examine
these eiriotta productions of art. Kr scrutiny can detect
the artlflolal&uta the natural when adjusted to the head.
•te--«T
C3T“ Dyspepsia.—This is a very dis
tresslog complaint, ard g*vrs the patient more Buffering
than almost any other dttcaae; in fact It is a combination of
many complaint! In one. The symptoms are numerous,
and are of the nature of almoet all other compl lints com
bined. From this fact arises the very many cases where
tbUdUeascis mistaken for some other, and so improperly
treated. Tne first symptoms—indigestion, flatulency, lon
of appetite, heartburn, he.dache
always awaken some dorm mt disease, and send the poor
nSitrt to a prena’ure grave. What you must fir.t do 1s
clause the blood and regulate the bowels ; do this with the
“ Mountain Herb Fill*,** and yon can bid defiance to Dys
pepsia.
udeon'e Mountain Herb Fills are sold by all Medicine
Dealers. mylfilm
E3T“Bryan’s Tasteless Yermifnge.—
£r Sacra* Jorrn.
Jolly times at ourhouw. ail the Children w«H •
Thought ihat worms would kill ’em, thought so for a spell.
Didn't think ro afterwards, when I np and tried
Bryan's Tatfcb'ss Vermifuge, 'twae the woaio that died! "
fWPut up Potties, prices# dimes, geld by JOIIH D.
PARK, IS* Lake street. aygvlm
CST’CongrfEs Water.—Much spun
ena mineral water has been Jtnpoaed on the public as “CON*
G HESS WAT HU" by ut principled persons or counterfeit*
era, who. when they dare not use that name, call lt“ 8 «n>
Water; which many persons suppose to be the real
title of the Congren Water, although It is only the n*rre
•ftbetown In whichthe Spring is situated.
To protect the public from inch impositions, we hare m
oar Oorts Branded th as:
: CONGRESS
; c. w.
WATER.
Any one nolheeta* those words and letter* ok the Csrka,
are eovnterfctt; and the purchaser should presecole the
• eller for rwtsdUnn.
rrcelre prompt attention If addressed to
«b at Congress Spring, Saratoga, New York, or at otr
Southern Depot of Congress Water In New York diy,
CLARKE A WHITE,
Proprietors Congrasi Springs.
Mesm.Goge, Cro. A Drake, Trcmont House; Gale Bret.
3. 11. Heed A Co.; Fenton, Robinson & Smith; F. A.
Bryan, £aq.; W. F. Tusker & Co* of Chicago, Illinois, are
supplied with the genuine Congress Water direct from cflP
bcue; and ere would recommend them favorably to per
•om InCn!enro,ervlrfaUy,whe desire to ptirclme oxvr.
IBS Coc*r«a Water. CLA iKE & WHITE.
my~ce*n «tn
Jas. McClintouk’s Asthma
Remedy.—Prepared exdaelrely from vegetable substances,
•ontalolagsonareot.c,au<l acting upon the pulmonary or
gan! as a roothlrg. anti-inflammatory, and yet Invigorating
agent, th’sprenifatlonlsthe only uniform, certain and sifs
Specific for acute an! chronic &• hmaand whooping cough.
Price 59 eenta. Sold by JOHN D. PARK, lit Lake
street. toyS-lm
US'”Barry’s Tricopherons is the best
»od cheapest article for dressing, beautifying,cleansing,
L«rnng.preaerv&fiaad restoring the hair. Loilet, try It
• nv %’■ liruerwt- and Perfumer*. mhlib^to
fctgUKEU’S iUTTEKS.”
Formore than thirty yearn, hire Blood uccQcaied and on-'
flv&iei-somrusTAssißa snnnmotm lurr-anon *ir»
CotnfTEßrzit*—for tbclr tonic and truly Til tuble medicinal
properties In ell cases of complaint/ oenneeted with the
Stomach or ths Nerrnni System, as wel as for their pero
ral usefulteei as a most agreeable stimulant In their vari
ed! pleasant appliances. la accordance with the test!-
menials of medical FaeulUcs In Europe, they ha\e also
here been pronounced and*cknowledgck,br all »ho tried
them, to be "HIE BEST BITTERS EVER INTRO*
DUOED." and tt U confidett tut that they will maintain
their reputation on tLetr own unsurpassed merits.
For sale by most of the prominent Grocers and OntfClsta,
vith a liberal discount to the A teal.
No. Cl Front street. r«tw T?ork.
jHeoinncs, &t.
rpHE GREATEST WONDER OF
X TBE NINETEENTH CENTURY.
. n 39f. Wood’s Hair Restorative.
cavalh#St.Louis, Mo., Democrat: Below we pabllah
a >attar to Dr. Wood, of this city, from a gentleman In
Huuc, which speaks glow ugly of the superior merits of
hi* halrlonlc. touch er-di-nc* must have Its effect, when
comiuafroma reliable source. Xf certificates are guano*
ten of truth, the Dr. needs no encomiums, nornscicm puf
<cry:romt&«pms: BME . BITO . Ja> . IO . Ia ,.
ProfeasorO. J. Wood A Co.—Gentlemen: Having rav
attention called a few months ainca to th<* highly bcr-cflcUl
affects of your I was Induced to make ap
plication of it upon try own Lair, which had become units
grey, probab l y one-tafrd white; my whiakmwertof »am*
character. :ioma tniee months since I procured a bottle of
your halt r jstomt've. and used lu 1 soon fonnd it was
waving what 1 h*d winued. 1 used It about twice a week,
{have Since pro''•ret another bottle, of which 1 have used
■oma. 1 can n w ccrtlty to tbe world that the grey or
white hair baa ctully disappeared, both on my bead and
tecs, and my a- tr \as resumed Its cttural color, and 1 be*
lleve more soli and rfiouv than It has b*en before for twen
ty.five year*. fam now sixty years old; my good wife at
the areof ftfty*two years, has used U wit b the same effect
Tha above notice X -• ■n; cue to you for ycur valuable
filwovery. I am ass >*■*(> that whoever wl.l rightly use, mt
Mr directions, * • sot have occasion to contradict ay
. .ae a dllzcn of this city and a resident here
fotu* > fifteen years,and am known lo nearly every
■inf oen and »d|<v>ning towns. Any use yon may make of
Ihe above, won try name attached, la at your service. at 1
wish to prefer vr the beauties of n ttue In others as well u
■stmlL Igmtrnlyyoura A. C. RAYMOND.
Bsirawai. Jan.S3.lß6*.
WOOD'S HAIR RESTORATIVE.
• Professor Wood—DearSlr; Having had the alefomins
lo lom the nest portion of my hair, from the effect* of tfat
yellow fever, in New Orleans In ISM, I was induced ic
(MW a tils • ci vottr preparation and found It to answer a. the
very thing nwW. My Lair is now thick and glossy, and
ho words can express my obligations to you Id giving to the
afflicted such e treasure. FINLEY JOHNSON.
The tmlerdsned. Rev. J. E, Bragg. Isa minister In regu
lar sund-cg and pastor of the Orthodox Church at Brook
«sM. Maas. He la a gentleman of ereatlnfiueace and uni-
WM. DYER.
BaoexnxLEL Jan. J 9,1858.
Proftwei Wood—DearSlr: Having made a trial of row
Hair GUwrrXrvc; It gives me pleasure to aay that its effect
has been excellent In removing Inflammation, dandruff and
h constant tendency to Itching with which 1 have been
troubl'd ticm my childhood; and has also restored n*y hair
which was becoming grey, tolls original color. Ibavensw
ho other article with anything like the same pleasure «r
oroflL Youre truly, J. K. BKAOO.
“o J. WOOD & CO, Proprietor*. 815 Broadway, New
Tort-On the great N. Y. Wire Raiilcr Establishment,>ud
114 MsVve* street, bt. Louis. Mo. And Mid by all good
nun -•*« 12_
HK NA 1" IJ,1 J , M. D*
• FOBMXr.LT Of NEW YORK.
Obji he consulted, either personally er by Inter. It regard
toa’l disease* which LctnaU with unpredsoted eccccoa,
ooanew a»atem. He cures «‘lronic Cues of Plaeawa.
which h»ve been pronounced tncfirthle by the mnllcal £ac*
eitTmeral’V -ueh aa Nervoo* and Neuralgic Affect.on»,
of Women. All Forma of Scroialt.
tioarltwl on. Skin Dl-ea-e*. Cam-ercus and Tubercnlca AT
feetionTlscloaing I’uln.onary Coasnmplion. Kbeumailim.
VaralvMa, EpIlD-y. Aatiima. Ka’l Kteam. Remittent and
fcUrraVlcnt Fev-mt. the Uifa-e. of Children, Ac.
He baa v d ** <xtcn lve P** 6l * o ® “ud wonderful sncceaa
CJ.y-CEB*,
yrMeh he com wl’boaltbe knife. , , ,
Beuesber tie DoclordmnotjremJrtte cireeD «!««
•diiMM. While au.Di*e*m are coaanti. ifukwla
IMS, a!) (7AOU are not. Year case may be curable tua
*»*ek,tioi not te*nomw; hence, the danger
af delay.
jyooaauUaUon free. Ofle# boon frett < ajß. tn t pjn.
OFFICE 17K SO. CL&RK. STREET,
Cor.Claik and Mocroa-eU.. Chicago. PL
asM-'en-iy
rpo THE AFFLICTED—Dr. Wm.
-Lb* STANTON. tormerly of AJbanv, Jt, of
Jackeob. Mjgßoe.. bSR ptnnsncntir located ts Chicago,
TerWj*ffi*eoi medidne. officeS'.uthweetcenterßan-
Particular attention giver to the
of CHRONIC DUfEAhEh.
, a. Curtis, hL D.. Cladnaatl. 0MO;
x .^v.d.
TTOPE INSURANCE COMPT.
J1 Of PROVIDENCE, R.I. *
Cash Capital f150,000.
ADpoldloand ooearelr Tbit Company Ibsqiw
eaifiil LOSS OK DAjlAflS Bf FIRK on the meat ft
waUeterm*. Apply to HAVES A HERRIOK.
09 l -* < "»*trefl. Chicago- f.tFtn w
H STONE, PIANO FORTE
• manufacturer,
10 North Clark stmt, Chicago, HL
SquareFanoFoetcaia plain end emaaeatal oaaea, ful
**&od l oa*4hJrt Oettra Reeewoofi Plano* for SITS, e**h-
Plilu umne rewwnnilfmm t*Ti Ttrttftfrt Warranted
for At* yarn. wylxla
TWINES & BURLAPS.
GILBERT HUBBABD & CO.,
Dealers 1b
TWINES AND CORDAGE.
ijuaintss ®atb».
-ppKRT A. KAUFFMAN,
MTEOTIVE POLICE .Cl SOT,
And County Constable.
©See, No. ft Soutn Clark itmt, (up-etalr*.)
CHICAGO, ILL.
tW“ Ooßadlops promptly attended to. _ pvimw r
SK. DOW,
• ATTonsrr at law,
OffiM No. 1, m.thodl.l Block,
ly k “* «»«*. CUcuo, inindi
MELVILLE W. FULLER,
J-IX attoksetatlaw,
. . AiD SOLICITOR IS CHASCKRX
r • JV*e, 1' JOelhoditt it.vch.
dark and Waahmgton-ats. nytaßlP-Sn
CTARK & ISUAM,
U ATTORNEYS A COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
£«#m 4*"80 Dearborn ilmf,
Chicago, HUnela.
fu, x» irm, a .apffteltf-gm. xpw. a. wham.
CTILES & DEAN,
ComrsELeas at Law ass Scucitoss nr Caurczar,
HeoaNe. 1L Dickey’s Building, coroerLake and Dearborn
street, Chicago, ItL
8. AD.wfl] attend to all business pertainingtothelrpre
femlon. In the several Courts uftheCl'y and County.
- Tarr harts to Dogge t, Uaasert A lli'la,M. D. Uilman
A Co, Joseph B. D-iggett,Ejq,.Sav*gc, Keith ACo n Ja*.
Lannon, Esq.. liodgfßA: «jo„ J. &|. Uunball, Esq , Uhl
cago, Hi.; Ron. A. uoderwoou. We) e River. Vt,; Vose
Brothers, New Orleans. La ; Nathaniel Harrs, £*q* Prea.
Atlantic Bank, 80-ron, Mass.; Henry D. Bassett, G«q n
Boston, Mass.; Fishers a Chapin,do.; Potter, Nute, White
A Uayley. do.; Wm. Kcod Dean, htq» do.
a. ». mm. |>pi6’6o ly| vs. aoeooa Ptsjra.
MAXWELL ifc DART,
XTJL BANKERS AND STOCK BROKERS,
JP«, 50 Mxchonf* Plac*^
saw TOOK.
my£Sc*lo-8e
Business p per and loans negotiated. Advances made oa
Stock Secnri. lea. stocks and Bouds bought aoid os
& orders promptly attended to.
all Stocks or Bonds sent to us for sale win
return mall. mhS*-1yc57l
ORD, SHARP & CO M
!IS AND DEALERS In Crockery, Gina
atlery, LookingOlss-ee, Castors and Erl
tsb Ware. No. lus Lake street. Chicago. 111. mhS7hß-ly
He. KELLY,
• ATTORNEY AT LATT,
SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY AND PROCTOR IN
ADMIRALTY,
OQceTto* *3 Clark street, Room No. 2, (up-stairs.)
feSfMlf Chicago. Dliooli.
TTNOX, EUSTACE & REED,
IV ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
NO. 180 CLARK STREET,
Between Washington end Madison. Chicago, yii,
Joazra Kxoz. Jons V. Ecsraon. Caaa. H.
QPIES & BURT,
.COUNSELLORS AT LAW.
V\"«, 75 OhMMtuutj JVorlh Mda,
Between Third and Fonttb streets, EL Louis, Mo.
Ur. B. la Notary Public and Commissioner ofUeeds for
•eery State in the Union.
• References In Chicago—Scrtppn * Brosa.
raxpaaicc spurs. (jaMy>vl&Sj caltoj a »ait
Jttoncß auh ®icl)a«g«
ON E Y
FIRST-CLASS SECURITIES,
Banking Office of Wm. H. Bice & Co.,
ICO. C 3 CLARK street.
Three to fire year Loans at 10 prr cent. Short Paper
Discounted. Cash advances on Warehouse Receipts
tWCUy Scrip wanted. mys?c<sMm
J£XCHANGE ON ENGLAND,
IRELAND, SCOTLAND,
And all otlior Countries la Europe*
The undersigned, haring completed thdr arrangements
for makiig exchange on the pr oc p«I disc in Great Bri
tain. Ireland ard the Continent, a e now prepared to lame
drafts for any amount* from £t.-.d and upwards.
Hills oa Europe cashed nttu«- holiest rates.
Advances made on grain war'll .use recf lcts, and ship
ments of produce to Eastern nnrk*tß. Bnslnees pancr
discounted. CLEG HORN, A CU.,
„ British Co* sula‘e,
aplScin dm Coatom Unite Built nr. 18 S. LtsaHe st
]?on MONEY TO LOAN
OS BEAL ESTATE SECURITIES APPLY TO
ERNST TRUSSING,
cxali* iK’roanjt zroßAVes,
MONET AND BEAL ESTATE BROKER.
•Iptnt forthe DrlHih Commercial Lift /m.
Co, y and JS'otary Public*
.LA.BMON BLOCK NO. 6
N. E. cnr. of Clark & Washington Bt*.
SO. 6....
nol4*iy
A IKEN & NORTON,
ll HANKERS AND DEALERS IK SZCWAKQgJi
Comer Clark and Lake street, Chicago, 111.
jaMy
'J'ELEGRAPHIC EXCHANGE
On New York.
Drafts, Acceptances, and Notes paid in NewTorkontha
flsy of maturity, or la?t davof grace, and money deposited
foraccountintliecitvof New York, and cent to dUee In
the vicinity of New Yotk.on
aplfily c9M EMKUV COI.B, THcrrapb Offce.
CostJartnetstjiß Notices.
pO-PARTNEKSUIP NOTICE.
—The co p;irt ncrablp Irrotcfore cilstlng bftween
JOHN KDW&KIi WILKINS uml SAMUEL HENRY
ALCOC K, ol Chicago, under the tlj 1- and firm of
Wilkins & Alcock,
la this daydls’olved by mutual concent.
Eltlcr partner of the laUfirm Is authorized to collict the
debts and settle outstanding acc.unis
Cblogo, May 26th. 1560.
\TOTICE. The copartnership
L> herrtofo"»«»*fc» i Ti|. •. *!•»•••• *• **-r» a-*——
ae uaosraipneJ, l» by mutual consent
aJa/bkadleVl
Chltigo. May Sl.tßSf*. JeMw
C< O PART NEKSUIP K OTICE.
f TheOo-narlccrshln brretofoje exiting under the
Ann of WRIOIIT, GILLeTXT i RaW«o>, crplmtfcla
dav by Ita limitation. and by mutual consult. The baU
ness »f the late firm will be settled by John D. Wright and
LeviEawion. JdIIS h, VHIGUT.
JOHN ITIIAN GII.j.ETT.
Kew Tork,Maich 81,1563, LEVI HAWSOS.
The undersigned have this day formed a
under the name and styie of W RIGHT & RAWSON. for
the transaction of a Western Produce Commission Bu-iness
as successors of Wright, GUlelt AF ** a L?’ 1 9; A
■met. J3HN B. WKKtIiT,
Kew York, March 81,1M0. LEVI BAWIsON.
apScSSm ■ ■
jfor iJifec’s sJraft.
piKE’S PEAK OUTFITS.
Gau, Rifles, Pistols; Colt's, Allen’s.'
6ban>c'a,end every varkty of Revolver;
Bowie Knives. Tents, Ticks, Shovels, Tans,
Gold real os, Blankets, and all kinds of nil- vSr #
Mr's tools; Towdei. Shot, Caps, and am-Hr ■ wr
tnoultlon generally.
Agent fur fit. Louis Shot.
Bole Agent for Xlaiard's Powder,
apS.y GEO. T.aBBET.ISS Lake street.
pOR THE GOLD MINES.
OHAB. A- BATON, Agent,
[srocueoa to z>. xatcs a co M ]
SHARP'S AND COLTS RIFLES. _ '
OOLTS PiSTOTS, BOWIE KNIVES;
alio,a large azjortneni of Target ah fl other
Rifles, SholOons, and ether > j
agencraloutfltrorlhcUincs.tl
all « w
HJjntists’ ©arts.
FULLER & ALBAUGH,—
e .WIST RAKDOLFH-ST., CHICAGO. js
Poet Office BoxtSSJ.
f&Sb w. W. ALLPORT
nUJiff DRVTIST.
Office end KeeJdence.lio.S3 WtshlrgteDrtmal.
oetbUt-w
RENTAL DEPOT IN CHICAGO.
WESTERN BRANCH HOUSE OF
JONJES & WHITE,
(5. K. BINGHAM, MaxaCKa.)
lot • • Randolph Street • • 10S
Constantly fomlahlng every variety of Cental merchan
dise. Intruding their unrivalled
rOKCJB LJIJV TEE TO,
(awardedthlrty M £nt premiums'' lathe United States and
Europe.) Gold and Tin Kolia, Gold, Silver and Platinum
l*«ste and wire. Oj'f-uiug in-tramanla. Office Furniture,
Lathes, Corundum Wheels, Bolling MIL*. Ac. Terms
e-iM'v *s»h. ao4b-€7*ra
AI II N E T T S,
ZEFHTa WORSTEDS,
TRiVELLXG BASKETS,
Hosiery of all Kinds,
Knitting Cotton and Cotton Warp, Che
nile Canvass, &c. Serpentine
Braids and Crochet, and
Small W axes,
AT SUTTON A DABKETPI,
(Lsle B. DnckJ
41 LASALLE STREET. 41
myl4-egg»2m Opp. Hoffmann A Gelpcke*! Bank.
T EATHERI LEATHER!!
AJ French Calf and Kip, Spanlsn hole, Morocco, At. A
choice selection Juat received.
Bridle, Upper Kip. Call, Ac., Ac., cf our ova
Tanning at our new store.
No. 380 Lake Street.
apa c. c. walles a sob.
OOSEIIILL CEMETERY—The
l.\> hlaaaeereoftheßesehiUCemetarywocld annosoce
(baton andaitcrthiadale the? ndertothe nahi9»fhe*tie«»
tiesofCtmeUry Lote. TheGemtUry can beflKhe<K7
the Lake View Plank Road, the Green Uay itoaLOfftK
Prairie Road running northwest from the icteMgfefl'dl
North Clarhand Wells street through BowmsnvMUlrhy
theChkagn and Milwaukee Railroad to Cbltt eadel SlsUon,
Par farther pirtlcnlarsleotiire at the office of the Coronary,
Wo.BB Clark street. UT-tv-rtM*
MAUSS,
Practical Optician ,
SOUTH CLARK STREET T»
•mofltctheOoort Eoqm. Beet French Crystal and Bra-
ClliaPebble Spectacle*, Eye Glass**. Open Qlaaaea,
MICROSCOPES, TELESCOPES,
Uatkmaßcal Icrtnunecu, etc, constantly on hand.
AllktndaortsatramenUasd epeoacle* repaired, and eta* e
taaertedlniootamtne
WATCHES and jewelry.
Y Y The andenlfned baa now opened Ms new store at
No. 306 State Street,
Wber* he eel)* and repalrt all kind* of WaldhO, Clada
and Jewalry, and warrant* them. Sign of
The Self-Moving Window Clock.
ADOLPH CANDLER. 895 StaU.e
jm- FAIRBAS K’S
JT** TIXETT
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J. KuWARD WILKIES,
SAMUEL 11. AL„OCK.
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MONDAY, JTOB 4, 1860.
FfißSONil,
Lincoln among tub CarinaKf.—Tia following
circumstance waa related by a teacher from the
Fire Points’ House of Industry in New York:
“Oar Sunday School In the Fire Points was as*
sembled, one Sabbath morning, a few months
since, when I noticed a tall and remarkable
looking man enter the room and take a seat
among us., He listened with fixed attention to
our exercises, and bis countenance manifested
suth genome interest, that I approached him
and suggested that he might be willing to aay
something to the children. He accepted the in*
rotation with erident pleasure, and coming for*
ward began a simple address, which at once fas
cinated erery little hearer, and hushed the
room into silence. His language waa striking
ly beautiful, and histones musical withinten
test feeling. The little faces around would
droop into sad conviction as he uttered seuten
ces of warning, and would brighten into sun*
shine as ha spoke cheerful: words oi promise.
Once or twice be attempted to close bis re
marks, but the imperative shoot of'Goonl’
* Ob, do go on 1* would compel him to resume.
As 1 looked upon the gaunt and sinewy frame
of the stranger, and marked his powerful bead
and determined features, now touched into
softness by the impressions of the moment, I
felt an irresistnble curiosity to learn something
more about him, and when be was quietly lcftv- #
ing the room, I begged to know his name. He*
courteously replied, 'lt is Abra’m Lincoln,
from Illinois I* ”
Theodore Packer’s Last Hours.— The fol*
lowing is an extract from a private letter to
Professor Newman of England, dated Florence,
May 11,1860. It appears in the London 2fac*
of the 18th inst:
I bare sad news to communicate. Our dear
suffering friend, Theodore Parker, died jester*
day evening. Yet there was never an easier
end to a life but lately full of rigor. 1 saw bhn
about three hours before he died, lying calmly,
while life was ebbing away unconsciously to
himself. He left written directions for bis fu
neral, limiting to fire persons the attending him
to the grave, of whom lam one. Many Ameri
cana here are expressing their wish to appear
as mourners; but it Is thonghtrightto abide by
his instructions. He desired the eleven first
verses of the Sermon on the Mount (the bless*
logs of Jesus) to be read over his grave; aod
then a plain grey stone, with his name and age
and nothing farther of inscription. Mr. Cun
ningham, a Boston Unitarian minister, will lead
the passage. He is a sincere friend and admirer
of Parker’s. We hope to get a cast taken of
Mr. Parker to-day. Mrs. Parker, bispoor, gen
tle wife, has hitherto borne up wtll. Miss
Stevenson, who has so long resided with them,
was also with him to the last. She thinks, from
the peculiar tenderness of his manner yester
day, that be knew he was dying. He bad keen
dreamy lor some days, andtalkedrambliogly of
two Tneodore Parkers, one here, and one plant
ed in Boston, who would finuh his work; per
haps a true toought,only mystically expressed.
AmongbisUst well-connected words were these:
*Of course you know I am not afraid to die,
though I wished to live and finish much work
which I longed to do. 1 bad great powers com
mitted to zne t and 1 have bat half used them.
"Since writing this, i have seen him lying,
oso peaceful! I have never seen death under
a form so devoid of terror. The hectic color
remains on his cheek, and it is bard to persuade
oneself he has passed away. He cessed to
breathe without the least struggle.
The Dubuque Timet gives the following ac
count of Mr. Paikeris early life:
When quite a lad Theodore was zemarked for
his extreme bookishness, and general vigor and
quickness of understanding. He began the
study of Latin from his own choice, when under
nine years of age, and by the aid of one or two
collegians, who taught the village school where
be attended In the winter, be progressed so rap
idly that before he bad made the mid-passage of
his teens, he was in Latin, Greek, Al
gebra, Geometry, and all the other studies usu
ally pursued in connection with them. So un
usuul were his attainments t so uncommon bis
aptitude, so great his promise at this early day,
in spice of bis discouragements and want of fa
cilities, that his father determined to give him
a " liberal education.” But upou proposing to
Theodore that be should "fit” himself and en
ter Hirvard College, to his great surprise the
youngster respectfully but firmly objected.
“ No, father,” be said," the other boys have not
been to College, and much as I wish the advan
tages, 1 cannot be made a favorite, and receive
that which you are unable to give us all.” It
was in vain that his brothers united with his
parents in urging him, aod that influential
friends advised and argued, he still adhered to
his objection and remained at home working on
the farm until over twenty, excepting a short
period which be spent as an apprentice to a
blacksmith. The plow and anvil, however,
failed to monopolize his attention during these
years of toil, far by husbanding bis spare time
—evenings, rainy days, &udth» mid of winter—
be made advances which no University could
have secured to a pupil leas £pt and iudefatiga
be. At length, g&imog the means of defraying
his own expenses, be became a member—notin
the usual way—of Harvard College.
Bishop Potter Going to Europe. —The Right
Rev. the Provisional Bishop (Potter) of this
Diocese, is about to make a trip to Europe for
the benefit of bis health, which has been some
what impaired by his arduous duties during
the winter. He will be absent until shortly
before the assembly of the Diocesan Conven
tion in the falL Episcopal acta will be per
formed in this Diocese during the summer by
Bishops Chase, of New Hampshire, Whitting
ban?, of Maryland, and DeLanecy, of Western
New York.
—The West Chester (Pa.) Sepvhlica* says:
“ By the way, talking with Maj. Schwartz, of
Berks county, he informs me that Mr I-——a«,
me uuicagd nominee, is a branch of the old
family of that name long residing in Berks
county, near Morgantown. A part of this fam
ily emigrated to Kentucky many years since,
and Abraham Lincoln, of Illinois, is a descend
ant. Several of the Berks county family now
reside in Chester county—John Lincoln, a
brother-in-law of ex-Sherifi* Jonathan Jones,
being a resident of West Nantmeal. I happen
to koow John Lincoln and all his household
well. A truer-hearted man does not live, and
if “Old Abe,” as they call him, should chance
to get elected President, -and bos the courage
and pluck of his Cheater county namesake, he
would make short work of those men who come
up from the South to dissolve the Union on the
occasion of the inauguration of a “Black Re
publican’' President.
' —Charles A. Barry, the Boston artist, whose
designs for lithographs have given him ah*ex
tended popularity, is on his war to Springfield.
Illinois to make a portrait ot Abraham Lincoln.
It will be lithographed and ready lor sale early
next month.
Another Illustrious Visitor. —We learn by
the mails of the Glasgow that Prince Napoleon
is expected to sail forthwith in the French Tes<
scl Cassard, for Canada aod New York. He
comes at the direction of the Emperor, aod the
trip to ended as a sequel to Prince Napoleon's
tour iu the Rein* Rorlerte.
Liberal. —The Montreal Gazette publishes
the names of the subscribers in that city to the
fund to pay the expenses at the reception of His
Royal Highness tbe Prince of Wales, and the
inauguration of the Victoria Bridge. Tbe sub*
scriptions amount to $17,53"). The whole affair
will be arranged on a magnificent scale.
Rarefy the Horae Tamer, In the Ara*
blau Dessert.
ICcrrcsixmdcnce of the Boston Traveller.]
Bexct, March 29.
Our distinguished countryman, Mr. J. S. Ra
rev, after winning golden opinions in England
and France, where be bos amassed a large for*
tune, has been spending some time in the desert
of Arabia, among the Arabs and their fine
horses. In this Eastern trip, however, he com
bined business with pleasure, for he has made
only the orthodox tour through the country—
that is to saj, from Jaffa to Jerusalem, thence
to Demaeeus ria Samaria and the Sea of Gali
lee, and thus on the Beirut by the way of Bal
beo, making at the same time several de
tours into the desert to search for the
great tribe of Bedouins who hang among
the borders of Syria and Palestine. In Je
rusalem he literally “astonished the natives”
in subduing the ferocity of the Pacha’s stud,
by an exhibition of his power over the horse
creation before the resident Consuls. His pur
suit after the Bedouin camps, however, was
unsuccessful. A three days* ride into the des
ert convinced him that they were beyond bis
reach; and when be was informed that they
were more than twenty days* journey beyond
the Jordan, be abandoned the search, content
ing himself with seeing all the Arabian horses
in Jerusalem, Damascus, and Beirut.
In Beirut, Mr. Earey received every attention
to which his reputation entitled him; and the
American and European Consuls General treat
ed him with great respect. Invitations to din
ner and dyeuner crowded upon him.in such
numbers that be was forced to decline some of
them for want of time. The sind of the French
Consol General, Count Benteroglis, composed
of fifteen splendid Arabian hones, received bis
special attention, and were pronounced to he a
remarkably fine collection. . • . - <
One incident connected with the visit of onr
noted countryman to Svria is of peculiar inter
est. Mr. Johnson, the U. B. Consol, introduced
him to the somewhat famous Ayonb Bey. who
presented Hon, W. H. Seward, of Kew York,
while visiting this country last summer, with
three fine Arabian horses, which are to be for
warded to the United States bv the first oppor-*
lenity. Inasmuch as AyoubEey claimed for
these horses the best blood in Syria, our consul
was anxious to obtain Mr. Earey *s opinion upon
these specimen hordes, which are soon to be
shipped to Auburn, ?T. Y. The Bey ordered out
the Seward horses, or two of them rather, for
one was absent in the mountains, and they wen
trotted up and down the paved courtyard, to the
great delight of those who were gathered to
witness some grand exhibition. Toera was no
exhibition, bat Mr. Earey,after examining them
thoroughly, declared himself belter pleased
with them than any others he bad seen in Syria.
One is a coll of two years, and the otheralarge
bay of seven years.
! am loth to say that Mr. Earey was some
what disappointed In Arabian horses, inasmuch
as he declares them to be undersureo and infe
rior Jto many horses he had saen in America and
England. But as he has had no experience in
tp-iog their speed or endurance, and speaks
simply in reference to their appearance' and
display when in motion, his expression of dis
satisfaction may bo.receded in'a very qualified"
sense.
Departure of Fire Hundred Toong
Xrbhmenai Home,
The Dublin 2f*il says tbit within this list
fortnight between foor hundred and fire hun
dred younemen,orthere*pootable classes, have
left Ireland route for Home. They were
picked up in Cork, Kerry, North Tipperary and
Dublin, and each of them was-formahed with
£1315s to par his passage to Italy. The par
ticularity of the. mm of money is tin (pilar.
Whether the money came from the Pope’e ex
chequer or the pockets ofhls holmes’ friends Is
not stated. The emigration to the United States,
does not appear to be affected by the movement'
in the other direction, for an “extraordinary
outflow” is said to depart weekly from Queens
town,
Nfto i^irtltiahons.
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121 LAKE STREET,
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A*h attention to their stock of ■
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” tjbz,k cuniar, tbj tbjis,
HO
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No. 16 River stmt, Chicago, EL
Hoxiea Ncarcs, Cat*. Robs. h. E. Netiox,
50,000
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v. paihed,
.Lax> Sraxir. US, 114 A 111
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Cash lathe bands nf and doe from Agents M4Bl 89
Real Estate unencumbered BJOOOO
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Col„ Peg. and Inn. R. B. Bonds, 10,000 7,300
Accumulated Interest oa investment!, ACI
Total Asm*>. .. <555511
Total Liabilities • • . 840,70* 53
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HUBBARD Sc HUNT, Agents, Chicago,
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PAID DP CAPITAL.
CAPITAL AN D SURPLUS.
ParVa
Bank Stocks. Ac „... 1369,400 WSSje 00
D. S. Slock and Treasury Notes..., SJJ,un 00 £3iCW 00
State Stocks, Ac........ 211.810 00 £4.<2250
City Slocks, Ac 116,0001» 116,00 00
Railroad Stocks, Ac 86.60U00 93,164 00
Mortgage Bonds 82,000 00 8S,((0 00
Baal Estate, unlnsumbered... 7S,tl*tf 00
Miscellaneous items.. 87,739 M
Cash on hand and deposited oa call
and In agents hands 804.746 86
♦2,1941X1 OS
Claims unadjusted and not du&.... .1173,967 66
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LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
COMPARATIVE STATEMENT of tie bndata* of other
Life Oompmle*. From the Comptrollers Re
port for l b M. amt Reports of Com*
psnie* (ilea for liSJ.
1867 ' NtwPoUd-e
New issued wHhln iftflj, J857,
realties. the ytarlsM.
loot United Ptntes life.... 1,577 for 62.766A80 liMT.Wt
711 New York Life 7CH
683 New England. •« S,'/rcGOO UCU26
73U Hanhaitan 683 IMVCH WtiftjO
531 Connecticut 657 l.Sßi.£6d I^lO.**
629 Wuluil Benefit 431 1,610,140 Lfc&ttO
Albion 437 1.04VC7
The assets of this Company exceed $700,000.
The Annual Income exceeds 1200.000. It Is purely Ha*
Inal, and Us dividend* an* paid In cash.
Since Us organization. It has issued 7.8U policies.
The large Capital safe l .vesizneo's and economical maa*
agement, renaer its security beyond question.
JOSEPH B. COLLINS, President.
S. 0. DE QROOT, Actuary. .JOHN Eatme, Sec’y.
for Agendea In the Northwest ahonld be
onnENE.MOORE, CenU AtrenU
apfO c 216 8m Off ce USX South Water street.
yiumting.
QA3 PIPE AND FIXTURES.
Brown & "Wilder,
4T Sc. 49 State street, •••• Up Stairs.
OORHELIUB A BAKER’S, PHILADELPHIA,
das Fixtures.
The richest esaortaent In the city, comprising aQ Lab
pipe 43 per cent discount (mat list price*. Fitting S3
;tli pet poasd. tel*-ly-asl7
££ D. MoF A R LANE’S
Gas, Steam Fitting
—AND—
PLUMBING ESTABLISHMENT,
M....LASALLE STREET, CHICAGO.... M
Cti Tlztsrn and Iron Tnrnitar*,
PRACTICAL PLUMBER
AndMtnslacriirerof
ALL EISDS OF STEAM *WOBK«
TO THE TRADE
The trade supplied with too'.saDd every article m tte Gai
Stain Fitting end Plumbing Busitesa, Be Gilding and
BToericcdcneto order.
gIT" Manufactory 1C and 169 East Washington etreet.
■nvOf-'v
Mount yernon bank, jn
PROVIDENCE; K. I. Staleof Rhode Island. Ac .
Provld»c»e, Ac. At the September term of the tiuprem*
Court, holdtu at Providence, within and fortheCouatyof
Proridecre, to the Mate of Rhode Island, Ac. It was or*
dered and decreed by said Court, that the holder* of the
bills of ihe Mount Vernon Ranh, in order to be entitled to a
dl ddsnd of the asset* of raid Bank, should deposit the ««"«
with the Receiver on orbeforelhe firstday ox July. A.D
15*0.
In accord* nee with said decree, the undersigned give no-
Uceto all holders of theblllaof saidbanktodepoiltthe
same with him.al hi* oiSce In Blackstoue block. No 25
Weybosset street, la said Providence, on or before the first
day of July A.D.IS6Q. and that such depositors shall re>
osiTefrom nlaccnUeatesof such deposit*, which wiiien-
UUethcm to all dividendspayableonsahl bills byaaTfuXnre
Wdexofaald Court, C&AULESF BROWSE) JT
w Receiver** the Mount Vernon Bank
FaovTPCCX.Dec. It, Id. XSifi. dtc2BbMs2tew6a
QHICAGO TYPE FOUNDRY
Printers’ Warehouse,
to .WAHINOTON 5TREET..........M
OBIOA6O.
The subscriber Is prepared to furnish Type In large ox
dillquaatHic&, made from a superior quality of metal, fox
ether eA*horwprov*dt»peL_fielsal*o anpjiedwnh a
large stock of Presses, Ink, Wood Type, ana everythin*
accessary for a complete prtnUag office.' A new epeciinea
booklaaowreadyierdeCvery, and will be sent'to parties
wUhingtoordexoo application*
tnhistsoa D L. OOTWE T»
SEXTONS AND UNDER
TASZBS.
NO.M LA BALLS STREET.
Save on hand, at all times, every sty Is and finish of Wood,
Lead andZineCoflna; also, Shrouds. And are prepared
with Hearse} and Carriages, and everything requisite fox
Paaerals: and may be found on hand and ready to glvs
prompt attention to their business it alt boon. -
They also have a Chapel asdVault in the Cemetery.
apW WRIGHT A MoOLUHC
HOUSE SAFES for Family Use.
Tntoqflfrd for SI ver Ware, Jewelry, and other valu
ables, PRATT * WORCESTER, Agents.
Jelc4S34t ' 197 South Water street.
TfDW. I. TINEIIAM & CO.,
•M-J . Haying retained to.lhsir old stand,
CORNER OF LAKE ANL> CLARK STREETS,
Will continue thstrhu-tseaas
Bankers and Exchange Dealers*
Exchange on all parti of Europe,
PTmunm**. Qeas/ssi nn a. Una
European Exchange and Passage Office,
3C DEJBBOJL.'T MTBBET.
tight Drafts ftp sals on England. Its*
land and Scotland.
Persons wishing to vHt she o'd Mnatr*, or to md<l for
tfc«lr friend* by tbe OLD BLACk STAR LINS OF
SAILING PA'.KbTTS, or by ei.w tleamsaiM, gas
obtain ccrtil lies of pasta* e at nduced through rates,
myl>c3l7-lm ••
■\TARSHaLL county bank,
JLTJL LICON, ILLINuIi.
O. D. Csnz, Cashier W, p, Faucxz, Prut.
ColVctioßsrDidein Marshall and adjoining counties. and
£ocesl9 remittal promptly on d.y of pay seat.
JJOFFMANN «fc GELPCKE,
B&JVKEIt S,
CHICAGO ILLINOIS.
44 A 46 UUUE STBKEi.
Banking Department
Deposits reedyed on Current Account from panic in
dlyor country, and tbe anal accomodations grants i to
regular depositors and correspondents.
Interest on balance* canonic be allowed Incasetwhtr*
irecial agreements have been made to that effect.
We receive deposits, payable at a specified date, on which
Interest wiD be allowed.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT,
Deposits, In runs not leas than fire dollars, received ted
Certificated of Deposits 1-sued. Interest at six per cent,
will be allowed on deposits ol th'.s description alter the
funds have remained In onr hands a specified time. All
certificates made payable on demand, ami In like funds as
deposited.
COLLECTION DEPARTMENT,
Collections hi Chicago made and proceeds remitted on
day of payment, less current premium on Exchange only.
Collections solicited on ali pans of the West, and proceeds
remitted on favorable terms.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE DEPART
• _ HENT.
We draw Sight or Time Bills oa tbe principal dries o
the Union, available In any part nf the Ual'ed States or
Canada, and have made amngements by which we are en
abled to order by Telegraph the payment of Notes. Accept
ances, Accounts, Ac-. In New 1 ork.
STOCK DEPARTMENT.
We buy and sell on Commission either at Chicago, or
ttrongh onr Agents, at New York, State, City, County.
Railway, Bonds and Stock. Our connections In New
Yoir an such as to insure prompt and Jndldoua
to any order entrusted to onr care.
FOREIGN DEPAmiTENT.
Onr business connections with Eurooe betas DIRECT
VERT EXTENSIVE and MOST INTIMATE. we feel
wfs In assuring the public that all foreign banking transac
tions can be effected through our house with promptness
and efficacy, equal to any boose la the Union. W« i.sue
Drafts and Letters of Credit Insuias to suit at. New York
terms on our correspondents la London, P iris, Frankfort
on the Mala. Hamburg, Berlin, Bremen, Leloilg. Cologne
HeMelberg, Bale, Berne. Dresden, 4cU Ac.
Being particularly desirous of promoting direct commei
dal Intercourse between the West and Europe, we cheer*
fall;, and on terms most favorable, extend particular facili
ties by opening credits, Ac_ Ac., to responsible Western Im
porters. Col-ec-ticns of Drafts, Orders, Notes, Acceptan
ces, Inheritances, Am. Ac, payable In any part of Europe,
promptness and dispatch.
Tv Country Banks and Bankers-supplied with Foreign
Bills at low rates. Private Bondsand Mortgages negotiated
abroad.
HOFFKAinJ * OELPCKK.
7SASCD A. BO>nun..,xrrO iLwiststw
FEJAT/EJ. i/O/F.TTJ.V.V,
Consul of the Grand Duchy of Saxe-'Weimar, the Duchies
of Brunswick and Saze-Ootba, and the free dty of Prank
fort, and by special act of several states, authorised to act
fop former clUrets of AUSTRIA. KADER, BAVARIA.
HANOVER, HESS LA, NASSAU, PRUSSIA, SAXON?!
WIRTEM BERG. OLDENBSRO. Ac. Ji37-<lawly
JgXCHANGE & DEPOSIi Bank
riJEF, * CO.,
CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA.
JOBBWXiXX. B. D. CAXVZSTr . H. b. emsa
Refer to Am. Exchange Bank, , ~T.; Homans ACo .
Bankers.ClndnniUfF. Q.Adam»,Chicago; Read,Drezel
A Co„ Bankers. New York 1a?0cll lv
T C. BARBOR, Banking and Ex«
X • change office 42 Clark Mreet. Exchange, Uncnrrent
Money. Gold and Sliver bought and sold.
References—J.TousgScammon,Prcaident Marine Bank;
F. G. Adams. f*ie
CPENCER, VILA & CO.,
BANKERS,
AV, 13 ConsrrtuM Sireel , Aoifcm.
COMMERCIAL PAPER DISCOUNTED AND HE.
GOTIATED.
. COLLECTIONS made on all parta of the NEW ENG
LAND STATES.
STOCKS acd BONDS bought and sold on commission.
Particular attention given to the sale of City and County
Bonds and all Mar e table Securities.
The cone.«pon i»Dce of Banks and bankers solicited.
Ketxkucxs iH boeroa-J.AmoTT Davis, Esq. Prest.
Suffolk Bank; Caleb Stetson, Presllent Shoe and
Leather Dealers Bank: O. W. Thayer. Esq., Prest. Ex
change Bank; A, D. Hodges, E*i, Prest. Washington
Bank. - mhIOWBU6m
AC. OERTEL,
• banker and broker,
75 DMTbora Stn.l, Ctaleaco, 111.
Sight and Time Drafts on New York and"other principal
cities bought and sold. Collections nude on favorable
terms bight Drafts on England. Scotland, Ireland and
Wales, Sweden, Norwav, France, Holland and Germany
In sums of #5 and upwards. . Jali-t>4os-4n
■RANK OF FOND DU LAC,
XJ rOHD DO LAO,
. Wooonn.
8. E.Lxrrxxis, Cashier. ...A. G. Burma, Prest.
Collections made free of charge, and remitted promptly
at current rales of exchange. soS-fy
MARINE BANK,
XTJL CHICAGO MARINE AND INSURANCE O
Cdwitml $500,000.
B. F. CARVER, Cashier and Secretary.
„ „ J-VOUNGsCAifMON.PresldeaL*"
Collections made and drafts remitted to all uarts of
the Union. ieU
l\f ARSHALL & DRURY,
XT-L EXCHANGE, COLLECTION AND BANKING
OFFICE, Mousx, Inusoa.
pkwiit C*Mussiu>. SixthKf Dinar,
BTCollectlonsmade and remitted atcnrrent rates. jg%
BETOxscra—Park Bank, New York; Bank of i’ouSh*
keepsle, Poughkeepsie, New Y’< rk • Marine Bank, Chicago.
Dllnols;Whiteßros,Chicago, 111.;Bockee, PhillipsiCo’
Chicago, 111.; B. F. stoat A Co.. Si. Louia, Mo. »r = ixl
faacljiuetg, iparuumre, &c
.ILMO.COOOO
. SUID C 3
OnATONS PIG IRON-FIRST
AJVV QUALITY*. Apply to
TUU.IIAS S. DICKERSON,
, METAL WAREHOUSE,
!“>• 43 ......... Wabash Avenue*
Burch s Iren Building.
myHc334ly.
k'tVa!.
JD. DECREET & CO.
. uamcmiu or .t.t. or
aBOHITBOTUBAZ. IKON WOBS.
rnonurroas or
Fuller’s Patent Portable Iron Fence*
AND JOHNSON'S PATENT
«o.v Bolling shutter*
OFFICE, NOS. 8 AND 4. PARDEE'S BUILDING.
Comer South Water and Wells stA, Chicago.
S. B. Williams, Agent.
N. S. Boctoh. [mai-bTiX-Srul J. D. Dxcxrtr.
Machinery Depot,
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
Hate the Largest aad Best Auortmeat cf
STATIONARY STEAM ENGINES
AXD B'IILEIIS,
PORTABLE STEAM ENGINES,
SASU AND MOULDING MACHINES,
Woodworth Planing Machines,
“WITH AND WITHOUT MATCHING.
Doane’s Patent Resawing Machines,
Doane’s Stave and Barrel Machinery,
Doane’s Heading Lathes and Joiners,
Doane’s Shingle Machines.
Be’j Western Agents for the sale of DUFOS A GO’S Cel
ebrated
Dutch Anker Brand
BOLTING- CLOTHS.
A Large stock constantly on hied. Also,
MART A MUNaON'S
PATKTT FLOCKING A.\D GSIST MILL?.
Leather nod Rnbbo*- Beilin?. Lacing.
Pack Jug, Ac., Ac,
At the raj Lowe.t Cash I’ilcc*.
W. 11. POANE.
EyHeyp-tr 132 fIATk--u Chicago.
Chicago Lead Works
Comet of. Clinton and Fulton street*, Weet Side.
LEAD PIPE, BAR & SHEET LEAD,
Shot) ;Whlte Lead,
Red Lead, and
Lytharn*
PIO LEAD. PUHPo AND HYDRAULIC RAMS.
Orders frost the trade solicited. CASH paid fo
Old Lead and Flax Seed. P. 0, Box IS*.
jfedl E. W. BLATCHFORD.
H y. ditmars,
• PRACTICAL
•Jflachinest and Pressman ,
NORTH WATER STREET,
On« Door West of Wells-sL, Chicago, 111.
Particular attention paid Us repairing Printing Presses,
mssofactuiicg Chase?. Ac.
Steam Engine* rebuilt, and Kl onto order.
Orders from the country solicited. P. O. Box SO.
an!*cTl-3m
gOMEXUING ENTIRELI NEW.
Bnptnres Cured
BT THX 60 A
Hard Rnbbe rA I
“RIGGS TRUSS”
Tbl»Tress I*unlike all othe-s ever nwd. bets in ‘fu
structon and aa ertal. D. es not conitanllr prees hi the
repair.ant the-eby giveeU' f>r at»u*sf .r 1-r*. lie* most
ef trusses lau e, bat pre.ee* la fear places awrro. the
ring b'lulngth - p .it* together, glros ualue * cbuicx to
cure which. it duet in nearly ail eases. Does not press
UPON THE o*>t«D, or ob.tract elr.ulatlca; never ao<la
orcort-deis sod Uaiwsys eieanand new. Totrar person*
and recsct ease* always cured. Phyddana any It la the
Only Philosophical Tims in Use.
None but tbos* wh> hive Buffered with the miseries ef rep
tore can appreciate the value of the M Kirn’ Tress.'
Casta of years’ standing -
SAVE BEER CUBED
by this Trass within three months past. *
J. B. SE>LET, General Agent, .will be at hla oSee.
No. 194 Lake street, corner of Wells. Office open from B
a,*. ÜBr.it. Call sad examine for yourselves.
my2sc«7«w
■VIEW YORK DYE WORKS,
W3L TEBBUBT,
IST 6. Clark-iU, between Madison and Monroe, Chicago,
Dyer and Cleaner of all tied* of ELk sad Woolen Goods.
Abe. biraw Bonnet Bleacher and Preaaer. Siam and
country work pnoctnally attended to. ap3TV) ly
QIT Y HOSPITAL,
A Private Ward for Private Patients,
E*abeeaop«n*lattht City Hotpl’al for tb* reoepton ef
woxso. Lvtn *n women, atdoth ra, will -wreca.ysl at
U ttsea. Madiexa and manioal attendance gr tuitons.
myrixaw A. U. CAS CER. Warden.
CTEWARTS COOKING STOVE
STILL AHEAD.—The acknowledged superiority o
the Stewart Stove ha* given rise 1a Imitations
The genuine article for sale only by c. METZ, Agent, at
ISO State street* between Moareeaad Adams. Also, a
good aaortaeat of Houaekeepmg, Hardware and Ha
van. - - .apfictTMy
3&salcsaU Rouses
Anno Domini 1860
Of American Independent*;. •. . ..84.
Spring • announcement .
PEAEE, MARSH & DE LONG,
80 LABS ITBCBT,
Onfitsi their business ta tbs manner they taro eoa
dadod It during tha bit ilx yean, offering
at wholesale a largo stock of.
Known Brands of Goods,
AT A SHALL ADVANCE.
ont MOTTO, “LOW PRICES WET,"
warranted hr onr pent baling bon first doing
badness on small expenses, and selling to a close promot
paying trad*. To all such. we shall offer throughout the
season a complete and unsurpassed stock of
DRY GOODS, HOSIERY AM) NOTIONS,
On the most far stable terns. Good men are tnvttsd
examine onr stock and prices. felOTOly
1860.
Oats, Caps and Straw Goods,
SOMMER STYLES,
NOW READY
AT
E. EMERSON’S
SO. 85 LAKE STREET .50. 85
gylxaa-lm [Under Treaoot House.]
IB6o—n. W. DOST & C 0.—1860
XASUTAOTUXXSa ATS JOX3XXS 07
Ready Made Clothing,
And Dealers la
GENTS’ FURNISHING GOODS,
fMi, Qurimara, Safintu, Tieeedf, leant, Lbmu, Dndct,
laUor'e Irimmi»yt, 4**.,
Goods at the Lowest Market Bates.
IfOS. 33 & 35 Za&SH STBD33T,
(UF-STAIBS.)
1860 ----- 18QO
’WOODEN WARE,
ITOloti! Ware, Willcnci,
BROOM MAKER’S SIOCK.
White, Stewart & White
Maauffictunrs and Wholesale Dealers ta
Brooms, Churns,
Twines, Pails,
Cordage, matches.
Mats, Pipes,
Brushes, , measures,
Tubs, Bowls,
CHILDRENS WILLOW WAGONS.
And every description of
House Furnishing: Goods.
Which they offer unusually low for cash.
WHITE, STEWART A WHITE,
95 ■ • South Water-S"., OMcaro. • * 95
rahShTUSn
Rawsoii A Bartlett.
WHOLESALE DEALEBS
BOOTS & SHOES.
as Lake Street, Chicago, 111.
We would respectfully call the attention of City and
Country Merchants to our extensive stock of Boou and
Shoes, which we have now la store, and are dally rece.v.u
from our Factory In West Boylestou, whlcn con
data of afollassortment of those Celebrated Custom-Wios
Patna Eip, A Calf, and Grain Water Proof Boots: together
with a fttu stock oi all atylesef
SPRING AND limnEß GOODS,
of the best qoal'ty and manufacture which we are prepared
to aeJforCASU and prompt paving tzids it Boston and
New York Jobbing Price*.
We are Agenta for the tale of Mitchell • Patent Metallic
Tip Boots end '‘hoe*. o< which •• have «tot clock
W u LIAM BLAIR * CO.,
No* 116 itka!Btn«t,
Importer* and Wholesale Dealca te
Hardware, Cutlery ,
VAILS, HH-PLAI3E, KHXST IBOV, COPPIX;
Zinc, Copper Bottoms, Block Tin*
A full anortmeot of Tinner's Tools and Machines, J*
and Pmsed Tin Ware, RlveU, Ears, etc.
1860 SPRING TRADE 1860.
SATIS, SAWYER <fc CO.,
MY GOODS JQBBEBS,
4: 3 &4A Lake Street,
BATE HOW IK STORE
A Very Largo and Complete Stock,
Comprising tbs latest styles and most seasonable goods,
which win be offend at New York Jobbing pricea, for
or approved credit.
BOOTS & SHOES
At Wholesale,
43 LAKE STREET 44
DATIB, SAWYER & CO.,
Having large fscUltlea and experience, have purchased an
oaanuHy
Lug. and Oawfully Sd.cUd Stock,
Which will be offered at prlets that than defy eoapefitlos
East or Wetf, and all goods warranted to gtrs entire aaUi
HATS, CAPS.
STRAW GOODS,
Umbrellas and Parasols.
42 & 44—Z*ke Street——42 & 44
DAVIS, SAWYER A CO,
Wholesale Dealen,",
Eara In ttcrealarn and very compete Mock. comprising
he most recent styles, direct from the manufactures, ell of
whlh win be offered at prices that cannot GUI Co sarisfy.
GK G. COOK & GO.,
(Saoeesscrato Batterlee, Cook A Co.o
WHOLESALE EHOCERS
AND DEALERS IS
WOODEN WARE,
Dried Fruits and Fish.
16 & 18....State Street....lo & 18
CHICAGO.
ahtracMr
133—-Sontta Water-*!—l33
PREMIUM DAMS!
They now offer for sale their Fran him Sagar Cured Basts,
on which thev obtained tha FIRST PREMIUM at there*
cent United Stale* Fair. Also, Smoked Be«f, Fork and
Laid constantly os hand.
P. O. BOX 4370- CHICAGO.
TOiiwoa uun o. m. a. mrua
TNDIA RUBBER GOODS OF
X ALL KINDS
Machine Bellini;,
RUBBER, LEATHER AND COTTON DUCK; CON
DUCTING, STEAM * ENGINE HOSE; FIRE
BUCKETS, GASKET* TUBING. RUB
BER A HEMP PACKING. LACE
LEATHER, B ELT HOOKS
Robber Clothing, Boots & Shoes,
OftllUndA
Rubber Gloves, Horse and *ston Cover*. Camp Blankets.
Carriage and Nursery Cloths. Life Pre-vrrera, PlanoCorns,
sir Beds, Pillows and Cushions. Draegst** Arldes,Toyv,
Combsand rv-ry varietyor R*itb-"r Co&d*. WHOLESALE
AND RETAIL. JOHN B. IOESON ± CO .
Agent* for the Manufacturer*.
pAiabiOTaa 21 Dearborn street.
1860 SPRING TItAUE. 1860
com Jim mi
43, 44 and 4C
WABASH AVENUE,
DRY GOODS
JOBBERS.
1860. 1860,
HATS, CAPS,
AND
STRAW GOODS,
AT WBOUIB&UI.
E. R. KEEJjOGG * CO
No. SO Lake Street,
CHICAGO.
It, %, TxTrnrk £mh5MBM»l ®*#»
aH. & L. LAFLIN,
• . WHOLESALE PARER WARXHOUU,
49 fasfA VWir fifreit,
Are now re ceiving their spring stock of Fine Paper* sad
laatera B#jok Papers, which they offer at low prices.
PxtnCs/ipapre of every size and best qnaUW- oei-usi
g&toltflale Rousts.
DBESS Tnut.ui.VGS,
bsawl bohduhs,
OoncM, Ho.lery, Skirt*, Glares, Hitts,
'Small Warn, Notions,
2EPUYR WOOLS,
•co 2 taoittnest sad price* LOW for CASH.
AOUISOX GRAVES,
78..^
.lou dT&nt.
gTRAW GOODS
POB JTTND TBtSS.
WEBER, WILLHSIS & TILE,
H»Te»Teryl»rfe*bJckof Mraa, Bott, XI »w. and
thld*«a'»
STBA’W GOODS,
To wb’eh theyiaTite the attention of ClTTaod COtTf-
TttT Ceateia. reoSadQdUu^O'to
J2 LAKE STREET, J2
Stock bought at reduced prices.
STAPLE 1 FANCY DRYGOODS,
YANKEE NOTIONS,
CROCREBV, CHINA,
Glais and Silver-Plated Ware.
WE HATE
ENLARGED AND Iia‘?SOV3JD
VI s CpLl< sc as to pmvld- f or
onr meeulDit t ad*, and tbs •i.-ruao*' doriac
we k, ar.a Iny.te all l.<ner» that to ptr-:ht*a a*, th
cow*st Karts war* n Caicaao. to ca I and f.i-vr.ti--our
easoitmenr and prl c«.
Howcii Brothers,
MPORTERS AND JOBBEES,
NO. 72 LIKE STREET.
BfU
JiEMOYAL !—REMOVAL 11—
PEABSOX * DANA,
MAJTCTACTUBEB3 ASO WHOLESALH DEALERS Of
Boots and Shoes ,
No. 49» H u Lake 5trect«..........N0. 49
(UP STAIRS.)
Hirtcgecld out cor stock at 134 Lika street, wa shall
hereafter devote car attention to manufacturing and job
hi*.
Hiring a good stock bow Is »to*e, wa aoQelt the patron*
V* of oar former customers aid the public. ayj cSmtm
£) R T GOODSI
J. M. STINE & CO.,
37 lake street and 41 A 43 Wa
bash tivenne.
(CP STAIRS.) t>T« bow is store, ard win keep up
throughout the season, a Urea acd •at-rata
assorts: ent of
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS
Both FOREIGN and DOMESTIC;
Adapted to the Sprlnx Trade*
Our superior facilities and low recta enable ua to
particular Induce menu to
Cash and Prompt Short Time Bayers.
IA Merchant* who come hern far a market,or tom
pie&lsb aatoek. will And h to heir Internet to raver as with
an early call when la the city. mnUbTTU-to
QROCKERT,
FINE CHINA,
g-lassware
Silver Plated 6c ISrlttanla War*,
BOUSE FURBI3BIBO GOODS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
TUOaiAS P. BYRN*
ITQ LAKE STREET.
£MPORTANT NOTICE
TO DEALERS IN
BOOTS ANB SHOES.
The Celebrated Copper Toe!
_ „ _ Bo*?os. March 23,1380.
To Mmu. WABawotrs A Winta. Chicago, !IL:
lizsTtxvD—'To correct an error wbich arp<an to rzlft
among some parties dealing tn U Ichell’a I*.tent Mftaiitg
Tipped Bnotaand *boea, weberebys'aletuU we claim no
right wh Ueve» *o deal in nd goods within 'he Slat*a of
lowa. Wraconaln and Tne esclus'vr ncht t>>
deal in aald Tipped *to»u la the above Sutea bay*
tug been ao‘d ov the patentee before w< ruich*»d the in*
yantlon and patent of him. Kmpectfullv voun,
CHASE. MCKINNET *CO.
WADSWORTH & WELLS,
Wholesale Dealers In
BOOTS .I.VO SHOES,
GO . . Lake Street. • • GO
Weowii the erdnalv* right for the tale of
MITCHELLS PATENT METALLIC TIPPEDBO*O*B
AND SHOES,
for ana within the States of Wsconsln, lows sad Mlnne
«tt aaffimrebT firenoticethat»U partiesdea’lnrln these
goods within the shove SU’es, wfthoa’ bailor Diet ar
ranged w(Ui os and by oiirconeent, are and will ba direct
lam g-rs noon our EXCLUSIVE rkhtt. and that a* soon
W* bsve made extensive aTingerocn's with the sort
celebrated manufartur-whereby we can fully auop’r the
tocrea*.e» . eraand *llh the l-est qualities of ihww Tlrped
b« ots and >uoe? from our »tore Chicago, each p»,r of
which will be stamp- d cr labere«l with our rime
KeshaJl rtcoeniie no Tipped c-a-d* within either the
above Mates bntauchaa are thus stamped and supplied
by us.
We will wans-tla all laitxeceaom pair of chlld'a cop*
oeMlpped shoesto out wear two on- nfTentlme- three or
roar pairs ot equal quality without d.-», as can be shown bv
very manytm-monlals, while ihe men** la hnt a trill*
mots marine an actual avenge saving to the container of
neartwo bund ed pr c- a*.
We sl» own the right (not exa'ndv) for the asV of these
patented good* Into a<' territory ot U>* owstn ot the patent
and are in no way subiected toap i*it commlwlon of flee
to eev*u and a ha'f. er cent, pud by -dl otberdealere.
w_epa;tcul.rty soldi the sf«nil-*i of dea'en la these
roods within the States cf lillnrla. gin srd Indiana
iaouradvantacfsnrderthlspa:ent,aedthe.a«al'ty or out
goods will be nn*orpaawd bv anv sti-ektu the Union
wh ch we aim. quality to offer at competing
pr’cea with foods without Tiro
Weshaliglve«ndivlded attention to this branch of our
bualueetln connection with ear gercral stock, and respect*
fails solicit oidcn for our goods and due respect for cur
rights.
That dealers may not be misled by the advertisements of
ethers Is Cmcago and elsewhere, outside the Mate* of
W tscotula, lowa, and Minnesota, who advertise theoselvee
as agents lor the mis of
MITCHELLS PATENT METALLIC TIPPED GOODS
we state that all such ageadse do not extend to er In any
way whaler rsppertaln to the s-I* of said goods wtthlnth*
Statescf Wisconsin, lowa and Minnesota.
apgbSeaSm WADaWO&TH A WELLS.
JEWETT & BUTLER,
Hardware and Cutlery
NAILS, GLASS, SHEET IRON.
Copper, Zinc, Tinners’ Slock, Tinners’
Tools, Tin Piste, Fence Wire, dee.
18 ... Lake Street... 18
SIGN OP THE SCISSORS,
Between Wsbaah and Mtehlgaa avenues, Chicago, m.
SPRING TRADE.—
188 0,
Field, Benedict Sc. €o.»
NO. 81 A 83 SOUTH WATER STREET,
Are now receiving thetr anal ivrg* Meek ot goods adapted
to MEN'S WEAR,to wbichihey would invite the alien*
tics of cash and prompt paying customers, conaUtlng la
part of
Black acd Colored Bmedciotha.aH gridr?.
Black and Fancy Doeskins and <;aeslme*ea,
bilk, Marseille* and »»leut a Veftngi.
Fansm'aod Mechanic'sCaesimarta.
CoU/marie. la gnat variety,
Esntncky Jeans. Merlin Catsimerra
firstn* 1.1 cen Dr 11< sno Ducks,
Spaniel. Grva, Bk}ii>«atd Blav Linens,
Tweeds, but Corduroys. Ac- Ac,
Also, a general stoc. ot TULOIO’ rimiMi.Vi*.
Desllorexclusively la soo>i» scsi.ua To MObWAAK,
wecano;f*rthetr,»f- suf-er'er itulncerents 'U lb* wsv ot
«3aij&
T>AGS- BAGS—BAGS—BAGS—
fI CORN BECHANCE,
BAG ?lANCPACTORT.
HART, ASTEN A CO.. M Scut* Walsr
B. S. CLARK A BO„ US Broad street. New York,
xismcmm axt> oxaitas ci
31C5 OF EVEttS DESCRIPTION.
Idlers* tad Grocers* Bin rtlde sad printed to order with
bemtlfal breads. Sew sad Mccnd>biad beuilets Gn!i
tad Oisct Bus. for Shippers*, Sillier** tad K inner*' o.e.
Bin for floor, Bnckwbeit, Feed, Ktai*. tilt, Ac.
CT" Order* liled with JdeUty sad dUpstch. Bi*a 1 dried
lo thlppert, nyt-y-ly
BAGS.! BACSt! BAOSIIB
rißwm'a
,VTEi9 BIS U3CFICIOKT,
Wtbieh neons, Chicago.
BAGS AND SACKS of every descriptor
tealehedon ihortnotica,
tsd printed with
*IW AND B2AOTIFUL BRANDS
BIHSTCT FAKVfILL.
tpß-dAvHy»«7l
PHICAQO BAG AGENCY.-
\J STB Booth Witev etteec
Kici vr .pm QBAIS BAGS of venose elies
helve*. qosrten, dghthe-priated to order of
or deelrsd patten.
HAM SACKl>—every etieoeed.
POOD BUILDING STONE
Xjx uli it the
Onarry of Reuben Taylor & Sob,
Corner or CVean vwmo mad V?***ro UmiU. lil«.l
Grain elevator and
rented the Onto Emicr
ind Wtrehonee fenaerty occupied by GVbea, Ortffln A Co n
aa the corner of Fra akfra and Nona Water streets, I no
te« prepirtd lodoageaenlStone* end klentlrgboal
laaeolldttiie pal renege of mr friend* ud the pnl>
{l77L..r»rv U»b3M-«W qir AU VCBtCCI.X*
WOOL TWINES AND BOR
T V I.ePf.^A’argeavortveato'^O'dSoek-Bgß’**
Itd« tad woo' Tw’mv. rca«a*i» oatmdind Vw eaeJow
By PUBISCTON A*CAAJ»los,*i7eooih Weterie.
c>3Bo**diai
ioo,ooo
Corn Exchange Baff Factory,
HART. A3TEI A CO- . .
* vrr KMth
mMWWSta
2 Q 0 Bag B PEPraß^ ziT4oo
j.egal ajpbmiggimaiß-
I\T ORTGAGE SALK^T,—
uij 10hi,twin uduriftaUt. u.i.nd pam'-ahs-tIS
•■tefduTlrwat >irear«tb* psM&«d.t of(£a , ua n - n~l
T&otma i Two Haodrvd Dol'»r« eud Utriedeceo d o*i«
tbs leanr tad r fleet of alt proa'rscfy cot>i ta-v e au i •*£
•cated be Vie odd iau Can «y. t* b befc-ip* -yen date
with said mortice aod Biysk's to the or -or of said U'om'a
stth-Madne cask, ebcaio, 9 a or which «ala n't»»ar»
tick forth# wm of nrobnnarsddiUkra. aid o-y.U- pj
»tKCtl.drU*i*,tW*|T*.»Ubt#»B, tW» B lf.foU- Ud TUl**
fL°-after date, and cooof wMcanid notes Is fjrfb*tyw
iwo hundred do>anand Upaxab'eti JrtT r* mo* Be afl-r
«»t«,pMrialß*tß*iJdmor , j*fe f>et i/def at should b«
of a tber of the ii a p-cniiw? notes
and DiTanViSS^s'r.w ea ,S * •»»ejhoß!d recomedno
■at" •° r the pn»<!p liua secured by the
T%raSl££i 1 £ v '-' a V r a** ©flue ..Id Ho-
Immelia'elT due end pete'la tal
pw
t'oo. at the Court r-oaw ’ 1 *
ibeS'gh* t h*d..*p fv<3*-iatiJ?/Tii 01 7 “ r lo
n.ticp'-hl hsad mot^.y\^“l.' r }' c \ 0 V.' l "»***
srajff: k CuMi7 * «**ssSi
or^r
PM*, of th- p Udual turn secured to b- pa d &t \ - il l
Bcie,ard mn r e«,n 0 t ba.l"« bee- “ala rr»a i i h TA
the said H-rati. O. Lootni-belßwwDl tbe>» »*w i an 2
owner tf the .aid wmuJ moitAii \ff ;L h ?. J^ f ‘l d
as
rey-d, to w 11— All the •oUo*iB«d“. »m nb *
PMC*l* of land steal • la ih- unats ofC
aad known and drscrlhed a* folow* nam- yog- a.TS‘2*
ea calf (a' of r ota one l) aa i for, o?u
lots three 8. ana four (4 t m B'Ocs two »..»-<} a Lor W
(«> la Bock ttiee *»n e! f >h« . o uV«t
Quarter uf .-enoatalr j f and nc-t-BV -m*
ik ne-flye i«> la T» wnshl jihlrty nlae »»i «ok, f r,,“ .
f(Urte«afl4)ea t of the Tblrd Wne> a > Met-i nn •a «
oseondl ldci/omto i3<» p.r «lta. putnfth.fc.u k.
eastfraetoo I qnatcr iXj 0’ ‘ set on a?s
mTjwrskptkifte.alßet-* oat* of Kan;* f .un fui
eistrfthe third KrloilpaJMsr dlan.brurdnlaod. es rlk d
safe lows; pomawartn; on th-we»t ire oft* lO'th-vt
fractional qcaiVr B<e:}«." af-ir aJ, n >« livirdard
seem-ecu ana one k.lf tPITH* fw* w>ntb of ikcc-ntrof
the sM Senloo. »<d mn.nti fromth«iee auikonth*
sddwe t.ticenn*lm»dr*d ml Trs-forr (tt| •»,, and
jerun »nd one half (7K> tiefces; thenmead pa'*rei with
thenorlH j i.of f it- ait trx* onal qnul-r k
there o;'LtkeMick’ca'i; tacas- do tcerie nti and alruw
u.esall »b. r- of tre Ltk- to a poltt nine hundred ana
•rseateen andonekalf »» 7K» fret s.utk-»* f-tortn Ine
of tn* said frsetioa-ti quarter Setfon; and th-n e west
ptraMwi b the said north Hnetolbr i.’icoot trranl *.
eontainln* fob- acres more orle x «oM*ct. nowever. to tUv
rUhtot wav oe-r tslrp of the aod land ten hundred
fret lu wi ltk.bento ore Jtraoted ordecne t r-> th- •ir.nnts
O-stral lUUfO-d Company by toe CcvkOou tv C. ns 1
Coart. sad It rUbt and eq-uiy redsmt.il.ia m its raid
A oc C weey. her heirs sod ass Una In said petasis tj,
the purposes in raid nimjcie* mt,ll«B*d.
w. . » UfRAtlO U. LOJilia. Mu t ayes,
ff* A. Poim. «tfr. . mtjkctfttd
CTATE OF ILLINOIS, County o!
Vjj Cook. 9JJ—Superior Court of Chicago. Amnit Tern.
13*0— Ell >• Krtaeett tv John C. D rtge acd a
lUU ,gua*dUno' the .aid tohnC ix>d e _ir. Ch-im-ery
Affidavit nf the of sail Ja>tts », (jnil*.
and'bu said J-hnC. ol etrh aoo-«a o »nj. maU
ftitd c-udo; b« 'ound ther*ln to be •.'*•»! «<h nr <m.
U-tirut nevn diet la ib« office o< tr.e Cork of u |.i «.»!
nerorCoo-t or Chi agoon*hen.a , teeß , h ln«t rt. Notice
la hereby firm V* th« »*ld John C. l>udie and .lotae* A
Oilhe, that the eompMraut fll-d Hie bill o' eomnlatrt
•Aver them in e%W Court, on th* Ch.ee>ry side n.met
on the aoetftnth day of M r. iffio, and -h*ta fimwoua
thereupon true.] out of avd Court a*aia«t Mid defend .at*
returnable eu the flnt Monday at august cent, bflu, ul|
br lew required.
Now. omasa you, the aald Jobs C. D"dfe and J*mes A.
GUlts. tball personally be and appear before the «*. i su*
per or Coort of Chicago of CVok Count . on the fm day
of the term thereof, to be hotden at Cblcaco. I*. »atd
Countv no the flnt Monday of A’un«f. (gw «n<i pie*d. ao
•ver or demur to the astd coßiplrnania* - t)l of e mpla(c%
theaame, tad the matters and things therein charged ana
stated, wt 1 b« taken aa eoafeaaau. and a decree catered
agaln>t you according to 'he prarer o' «■'<{ h i. l .
WALTER KIMBALL.CI.rk.
W. T. Bcnotaa. Conpl'ra‘SolT. nrJ-^N'-iw
ADMINISTRATOR’S NOTICE.
XJL. The undersigned haying been <*ule appointed Ad*
mialairatrz of the «state of Elisha W. Trac*. d-ceaaed,
late nf Cotk County. nf the State of Ir.lonL* be 'be Loon*
ty Court of said County, baa set the thlr- M' n*'tay «f Juna
next, at aterm of said Court then fr> te beld for ib> ptw
aentmenl and ad odicatloo of at: chains agvnst raid estate,
stwb cb Ume at the Court House la Chicago, alt persona
bavin c any claims araln.l aaideatatm axe requested to prw
.cal tfia came for adju»latnt.
SARAH ELIZABETH TRACT.
Admlo.slTutttx,
Dated April Hth. 1340. ap*n-c‘Wt.i«i^rc
CTATE OF ILLINOIS, County of
L^tlook,**,—'«uperior Court of Chicago, .l ine Tams. A,
D.l&n. Ho'denFutßamvvfohaiLAd m». Mtjthir>»nr.
Fubl cnotl.ela hereby alven to the •*■•! J " na »■> *
thatawrt of attachment l«rwd out of'he orac l of >la
Cleru of the Superior Court of Ohl.ago, d »ied the t**cir.
foufhdayo' M v. A.P. InW, a'the**il»fvf'h»a.-<* H«Vte«
Putnam. *t d a*aln»tthe«'i'te or 'bara.t John O Ad*tn*
forth* *umo’rlxb* h.n latantslrb'y tve nil Oio cot
lara
hnb*tn eetum-0 esecuted. New. therefere un>«sso>%
• An aak! Ilo'dea t'u'mm »haV pm*enaily b» a»d a; p*ar
h 'on* the aald Suoerior Court uf Chlesgs on »' before
,k* flnt dav of tin term thereof, to *e boMcn at
th. . Viurt llonae la iba City of CbW»so e B .t* e Arst
of J" a, A D. twelve snr« : al -vll vid plead
L 4 pUlßtlfTa action. Jmlaeaent will * entered
wid In faenr of the add jlaliftr. vm! so
n property attached aa ray be witfet**** to
s»ue» n judgment and <o*L wiHV aol.i •* w!«fy
{*£»£*?• ,W*L’ SK KIMBALL. Clerk.
""..V "•■>-
ra)30».4T1-4w
AfASTFR’S SALE.—State ot 1U1«
iVI ?M. *.»-CookCena»yn»eu»r«oit,
ln c'w^. C 7. b?“ilL r « O- T “»
rnblo«.olk< l*kt»«t Jl» {{.dwnntsua .Hn
mandite In • deCTfeeeotena in «,> ti. << ~
tee tvtb day of Much. A. D U Hy U &tVJomld wTl’
on Mast* in • 'bancery of Cook Com % J pubi'evV
th* eleventh day of June. A. D. li tLentnhVn^mi-h*
tloo for cum to the hlpbest b d.-er. at. e . w,* “f G ofc
Court n-.uw.ln the • Itv of Chicago, u °*i
a'oreaald.*t tan oMnek In tbe iorenoor r» tn
thefollnwiiwCeacribedpareiroJ nve-ur. Ih
that certain factor parrel o* land rltuut.d »n . ■ ? h rr
Chicago, and uau ll> called the ’ Sand li*r.‘ &♦ c *.
par of tne n. rh 'nction of secth n >o. t»n <!<'),
snip No. thirty-nine ,3»» rorhoira* el. urtee-* i i*
of the third prnclpal o eridmn. which lira iw'hof U. ™
conatructed In lie tutbor oi t hlca.o. ai rt wtiuMi u«. '
clo.'etf In tie water IU of Kim e*» Adanli nto th *
town of Chicago aa the »ald water Ida are laid out on U ’
or final plat m mapoftald Kins e’s -edition oow on ala
in the office of the Recorder of Deed. !©• tne County at
Cook, to which nld or gm*lmapor t lat refer*lc* >• hveby
made 1 ' or aa much thereof aa tuav be aecessarv mti-ake Ibe
money due to ttld complainant upon >alu decree with ceiU,
AC. 7 L.C. PALM KKKER
Master tn Chancery. Cor k < '<*unty.
Chicago. May IL 1840. m>!2cl'H-'d
JJaper ]fc}i usings.
ALL PAPERS
SELLTHQ
CHEAPEST 1 A' romv.
F. E. RIGBY,
Sasdolps Srairr.... ——..OX
apir-ciss-na
WALL JPAPEII .
LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF
NEW PATTERNS
It
BRAKE «k BRO%
PaVZNTEBS AND PAPER HANGERS,
184 •• • • SoatXi Cltrk itmc,«**ilß4
ecluxiy
pAPER HANGINGS
LATEST SPRING STYLES
108 X.AXB BTBUHT IDS
I am now opening my SprNlg Goods,
New Patterns of Wall PaptrS,
la great variety, which win be sold at
LOW PRICES.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
n. w. ANDRES.%
Lake street—bsl. Dr*’born and OlarE.
ap3tcl(B*tm
aettmetts anil {outlines.
jyiLLIAM W. BOYINGTON,
Architect tad Superintendent.
anii mtfrw tM An*
RELIABLE DETAILED ESTIMATES
Mads from drawings.
Omua-M Dearborn street, flrvtdoor north of the Pan
Office, ayl7v7t-iy
Q L. WHEELOCK,
Architect snd Snperlßtendest,
OFFICE HO. TT DEARBORN bTBKET.
Opposltetke PostOJee. Chicago. aaUbfffß
Q. # I*. RANDALL,
ARCHITECT.
arnoi IB THI PORTiaJTD BLOCK, oaioaaoi
E BURLING,
• ARCinTSCT.ire.4O Desrben street, (oppesita
rramoat Uouse.) Is prepared to famish Plans and tpedflos*
dons for all kinds of BaUdlngt. He eonfldeniiy refers to
xany of the best baildingsin Chicazo—beto public aac pn>
vate—as evidences ef his ability, and that orders entruaUn
to him will n« executed la the aostsatisfastrrv meaner.
tssbeae.lv
*tanonetß Kt.
JONES’, PERDUE & SMALI.
WHOLXSALS SSALXBS UT
WRITING PAPERS,
ENVELOPES,
LEDGER PAPERS,
WViflMg- Inks and Fluidty
BLANK BOOKS,
CARD BOARDS
ASD CARDS,
- tvbappko papib.
And every deseztpOoa of
BOOK BINDER’S STOCK.
122 Lake Street,
CHICAGO.
DDTLER A HDNT, 43 Stats «t^
JD hse* aewoabiad the following sixes of pnat:
3x47 19x38 *ox44 34x40 34x43 CxQ
Pill 38x44 34x84 SfixST 97x41 SsO
tfzfl 34X84 38X35 gSUT
And srenceiTtag i large enitmeat of BOOK PAPSS*
AOOOmm* of Wrapping Piper; ofdlfferealelxe*.
LOOP mme MmilHi do.
aOrcsaedpiad Letter, iad a gedml sieertaaat of
Printer’s SuUoacry.
LOOP fctgsof MiAert celebrated Book end Sews Inh,
AflofwafchwUlbseolrt for ash it the lowest poeriS*
ntee. -
mhl* Cash paid
DA.INGERSOLL,
• BtixxßooxMAXoriornxxx,
m Jb rebcaad. A3 hind, if
a “ MnM “"Sa
PRINT, BOOK AND WRAP*
to alaed Beaqftotarert ptoe»
9r J. ?■ A K. A. BLACK M 00,
BIO • • * KUule nmt • • . K«* 810
M2l*ddi*M**ltl*toi, Kendall Omaty, UL*
pp*Ouhiitdfßrß*xk TytSlyditT
Railroad spikes.
CLE7IL4JD SrlSS*.
Tbabcstln xaskat,aidcia» aa lb. cS«««. Com.ami
■ae them. j, u, usvKtKi • Uvm
" No. 4 Pu4m»» IMldia*.
tij&agHsk OcmerSouih Weter esilrf*C*«m4

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