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iiKTH COS6tt«~SKCOSD SESSIOS.
WiiEMOTO*. Jan. 12-Seiati.—The Prtti
dent, in reply to Mr. SewtnTl re«olntion,, In- 4l
formed the Senate thet the Wanderer hu l»nj
of African!; a\»o that "«rj effort *
i» being made to bring the gnilty partiea to JOB p
SoTbut that it u not expedient now to d
public ths correspondence on the subject, t
Mr, n»le, from the Naval Committee, reported (
a joint reaolationaflthoriiipg tho President to
annoint Com. Stewart eenior Sag officer of the l
13. S. NaTT on the active list, aa a recompenas I
for hia distinguished cervices. Laid orer. (
Mr. Maaon, or Va., called up the b>U ,
ling the aalaries of the minister* to France,
England, and the V. 8. during a certain period. ,
The object of thia bill ia to gire eighteen months ,
difference back pay to the minuter to France.
Itoat P Messrs. TrnmbuU. and
Olingman opposed it as an insidious precedent.
Tbe bill was lost, 2S against 9. . 1
H.r Fitcb, from the Committee on Printing, (
reported against printing numerous dwements,
ud amongst others against printing 50,000 cop*
£of Messrs. Crittenden and Breckinridge s ,
•oeecbea on leaving tbe old chamber. -
'The Pacific Railroad bill was taken up, tbe
qoealion being on Mr. Iverwn's amendment that
tie bill be recommitted to tbe old Committee,
with instruction to report a bill for a northern
and southern road. .
Mr. Dooltttlc moved to amend by inserting
♦•and central." . , . . ,
Mr. Green, of Mo., spoke in favorof o ne trunk
road from the western boundary of Missouri to
tb« Pacitic, with three branches—one eastward
to the Missis&ippi, one south to I*ew Orleans
and oo* north to Sioux City, to connect with
northern lines-all connecting at a point on the
102 d degree of longitude. .
Mr. Brjwn, ol Miss., spoke against the Con
atitutionality and necessity of any road.
Mr Foster, of Oonn., reminded benators or
the necessity of haste-there being only forty
two working days left.
Messrs. Fugh, Allen and others took part in
Uooiittle explained hia substitute to the
whole bill. , . . . r
i Mr. Bigler here moved an amendment, in. et
feet that tbe road be located between the3<th
and 43d parallel of latitude.
Mr. Houston, ol Texas, spoke in favor ol the
El Paso route. .
Mr. Douglas of IU. spoke against a recommit
tal of the bill. He refrained from discussing
the main question, but protested against the
parallel of 27 as a Southern limit. He wished
no limits North or South, and was for tbe best
road wherever located. He desired the road or
roads made, and had no doubt of its constitu
tionality. lie would permit the contractors to
locate tbe route, as bo wus unwilling to leave
the location of it to the political action of the
Government. ,
A motion to rc-commit was lost by a vote ol *1
aguin-t 2j. , ,
Mr. alluded lo his recent speech, and
said he Had no desire to a Uniuu that
would promote the itiU.-re.-ibj of all sections alike ;
but a Union administered on a sectional basis, uy
the demon of Abolitionism, he would cnish into
atoms aud trample on as the veriest reptile. Mr.
Jverson proceeded in a tone of severity on Mr.
Houston. „
Mr. Iloolitle Mr. Iver-on if, he coald
name any prominent man in the Republican party
who proposed to put down slavery by the action
of the Federal Government,
Mr. IviTson replied that he knew that prominent
politician* at the North declaimed gudi an inten
tion, hut he looked upon that as a fraud and a
pretense. .
He (Iverson) believed as be did in his own
existence that it is the settled design of the
Northern States to break, flta Blavery in the
Southern States.
Mr. Houston rose to roplv but was prevented
by Mr. Folk obtaining the lbor, who moved to
adjourn, which was carried. Adjourned.
Hocst—Mr. Stephens, of Va., asked leave to
report the Oregon bill, as some dajs will proba»
blv elapse before the Committee on 'ierntories
will be called. He desired that soma day next
week be tet apart for its consideration.^
Objected to by Mr. Morgan, ol New York.
The Llouse resumed the consideration of tbe
motion to reter tbe Naval Appropriation bill to
tbe Committee on Naval Afl-irs.
Without taking a vote on the question, the
House went into Committee of tbe Whole on
tbe President's Message.
Mr. Jenkins, of Va., 6poke in favorof the ab
rogation of the Clayton-Bulwer Treaty.
Mr. Giddingß, of Ohio, spoke in opposition to
President's assumption that tbe Constitution
contemplated or recognized the right to trans
form human beings into chattels. When asked
by gentlemen to modify tbe Kepublican plat
form, he would say there was no central ground
between freedom and slavery. The basis of the
Kepublican party is fundamental and cannot be
changed.
Mr. Bowie, ot Md., mode a discursive speech,
Incidentally supporting slavery, and saying thai
every old Federalist who was in favor of tbe al
ien and sedition laws, was a Mack Republican.
The Committee arose and tbe House adjourned.
Later from the Pacific Coast.
New Voiie, 12th.—The Cuuar.l steamship Alp;»
from Havre Dec. 2Jtli, arrived tliis inuriiing.
Tbe >lt*amer Taylor arrived at midnight
from Aspinwail <>n tbe JIJ iu-t., bringing nearly
: SI,4U<I,(KK) iu tve-Wiiv and 'JuO pasH-u^ets.
California.— Mjrkt-is at >au Frauci>co de
pressed aud quite inactive, with heavy tito/kn.
Weather lavorablc for taming operations, hut
receipt* of dust continue liyht.
Tlie gold rxporN iruin S.m Franci-co for the
current year up to the 'JUih Di-c., uere nearly
$48,000,00(1.
(ieorj,'tj lVim .li)hti«lon, indicted at San l'r.in
cisco lor killing -Mr. Ferguson iu a duel, has bteu
acquitted.
BWTiPU Colchdja —Dates from Ilriti>h Colum
bia ere to l)/c. Minitig oil Fr.iscr liiver ii
improving, but ihe wratber i- very Inclement,
F>nH provi-ions arc *>care»r aud dear.
Gi'V. D.»ugla«s lia.s authorized a levy of certain
duties cm uooi's iiuporteil into Ilriti>h Columbia.
is generally charged 10 per ci-ui., but
Victoria i.i declared a free j»ort, and m» dutiis arc
charged on goods entered for V.mcjuvci *« Inland.
Socrn Amkujca.—Acc;iunts from Kqusdor are
to Dec. fith. Guayaquil wan still blockaded by
Peru, but not very vigorously,
Bolivia was quiet. A minis'rr had been sent
to Pt'ru to urrauge existing difficulties with llial
couutry.
Important from Mexico.
WisniHGTOS, Jan. 12. —The steamer Tennessee
is below with dites from ths City of Mexico, to
the oth inst.
Gen. Kcbeagaray pronounced, Dec. SOth, at
Arquita, and declared himaeli President, but
tbe movement was cot seconded ut the capitol.
Tbe troops pronounced in fuvor of Gen. Kobles,
and on the 22d he issued a call for three dele
gates from each Slate to form a Junta.
Tbe populace and troops had abandoned Za
loaga, and be had retired to the bouse of the
English minister.
Tbe Junta named convened, and on the second
ballot elected Grn. Minmon President, by a vote
of £O, to 44 for Kobles. Gen. Kobles will remain
in power until tliu i.rriral of Gen. Minmon, who
is expected soon from Uoadalaxara with 1000
cavalry.
Dates from Vera Cruz are to the 9th inst.
Tbe Juarez government was hrm, and the liber
als had taken Jalapa and Cordova, and were
about to attack Oriz&ta.
Arrival of the Overland Mail.
St. Louts, Jan. 12.—The Overland California
Mail, with dates to the 17th nIt M and with four
through passengers, among whom is J. F. Cur*
tis, formerly Chiet ol Police ol Sin Francisco,
who reports tbe discovery of a largo spring iu
the middle of tbe Colorado desert, yielding an
abundance of water.
Both tbe Apacho and Camanche Indians
were committing depredations on the mail sta
tions, In consequence of which the Government
animals were obliged to be used to carry tbe
mail for some distance.
Tbe Mexicans were al#o suspected of stealing
moles from tbe stations.
The passengers via the Tehuantepec route
failed to make tbe connection, in cosnequence of
boisterous weather in tbe Gulf of Tehuantepec.
The mails were put on board of the Sonora bv a
sari boat. '
St. Louis, Jan. 12.—A Kansas banditti, num
bering avout 404 men, are in a building at Fort
Cboteau, an old trading post. They are 6aid to
be Montgomery's men, and will tight the troops
Mnt irom Linn and Bourbon counties, unless
Denver's compromise is complied with.
Weather Kcport. '
Wedkesday, Jan. 12, A. M.—Dubuque—
cloudy; CO aoove.
Muscutine—Cloudy; wind south,
fiock Island—Cloudy; 42 above.
Qnxncy—Cloudj; u above.
Spnngtield—Cloudy; 45 above.
Cairo—Cloudr, 43 above.
SL Louis—Cloudy; 40 above.
Peoria—Cloudy; 40 above. I
France Sends a Consul General to Can- '
Ada.
New Tons, Jan. 12.—(Per steamer Alps.)—lt
is reported that the French Government ha* re
■olved apon sendiuga Consul General to Canada,
Mr. Blanchcton having been selected for the
office.
The French papcre *oora to have commented
more severely than the Kngliab on President Iju
chanan'b message.
Indictment Against slave Traders Ig
nored bf a douthcrn Grand Jury.
Acodsta, Ga., Jan. 12.—A private dispatch
from Charleston says tbe cases of tbe crew of
the Ketch Brothers, charged with slave trading,
were taken up in the U. S, District Court to
day, and that the Grand Jury ignored the bills
of indictment against tbem.
Be-election of Senator Wilson.
Bostok, Jan. 12.—'The lloose to-day elected
Henry Wilson U. S. Senator, giving him 169
votes, against 25 for Caleb Cashing and 11 for
others.
The R. U. steamship America will sail at S P.
K., with 21 passengers for Halifax and 46 for
Liverpool. She takes out $66,000 in specie.
Fire in Cleveland.
Clsvklikd, Jan. 12.—Grecnman 4 Co.'s Pail
Factory was bnrned to-dav. Loss, £30,000. In*
aored lor $20,000 in A'ew York companies.
WAWniBP.
On Tu'tday evenia*. at the booss of Dr. Cook, by ths
lev. Ira t Aeanedj. air. OILIS K UoiK)UUA.LU of
tan Jose, California, and ft. 1m F&ANK. ar&iMG, of ibis
dty. •
CHICAGO TYPE rOUNDERY
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Printers' Warehouse,
so WAsmraTOK-ST. .w
CHICAGO.
THEE SUBSCRIBES IS PREPAKKD TO
farnWiTnwtnlarfeor snaQvaaaUUsamadefroß
a ««>erior qiuuitr ol Tor either caab-or ariprored
A Ur<e Stocfc-of PSXSS*
COMMERCIAL. »
Commercial «J>* Moner
WIMISII4T. JKU "»•
Mcjit, Eicewc, »io.-The Money mmrket ,
continues to work tuj. Bill, on New York are i 75
Tery scarce: indeed some of the bankers re
port «• none to be bad." Within the last few
days, some of tbe bankers bare discounted for dul
two months bills on St. LOnis, et 10 per cent, in wj
order to find employment for their capital. k»
First-class Tbird-day biUs on New * ork, would p
hare been g!&d!r taken to-day at par to half per fop
cent, discount. With Exchange steady Jm
at IV. " il Btill maintained, this do
would afford a rerj fair margin of profit. Car* orb
rency if abundant, but we bear of no movement
to ran it home for exchange or coin. Gold ii cor
not wanted, and rates are nominal at [email protected] (J«
Sales email and seldom. First-class paper has t
about disappeared from tbe street There is al-
ways considerable second and third class paper £L
offeriog. We quote rates nominal at [email protected] per gs
cent, per month.
ComrtsciAL.—'The Hog market to*dsy was re
markably dull, and owing to the soft weather B *
holders were anxious to sell, aod submitted to a i
decliae of [email protected] on yesterday's figures. Light M
Hogs were sold at a range of $4.50(55.00, and L*
Heavy at |£[email protected]' Tbe Provision market J
was more active to*day, A sale of 1,000 bbls. S
Meas Pork was effected at fIG on the spot; 5,000
Shoulders at 5%c; and 1,500 Sides at
both lots oured and packed. The price at
which the 1,500 barrel sold on Monday at 8t #
Louis deliverable here, was |IC, There was ft
better inquiry for Lard, with some sales at 10>£
and 10% c. _ £
The Flour market was more active to-day,
with sales or Spring Eitra at [email protected], and of
"White Winter at $6. _!
The Wheat market continues firm. Ko. 1 Bed
sold to day at fI.OS in store; Standard Spring *1
at [email protected] in store ; No. 2 Spricg at 70c in store; J
new Rejected at 61c in store; and old Rejected Li
at 54s in store. j
Corn is rather easier. Oats quiet. High- -i
wines active at 22c. ll
Winter Wheat sold in Detroit on Saturday M
last at [email protected]>£ per bu. from store. Corn
[email protected]; Oats at 445; and Clover Seed
at $5. *
At Cincinnati on tbe 101b, Red Wheat sold at
$1.03, and Kentucky White at $1.16. Corn is £
quoted at [email protected]; Uarley, [email protected] ; Whisky,
23#@2SXc; Oata at 64(365c. oo
nco AXD PaOVISIOK TIUDB. 5l
[From the Ciaclnnati Gazette, yesterday.l s
The market ior provisions continues quite
firm, aod % advance was obtained for bulk
meats. Tbe feeling on the part of holders is
decidedly strong, and we cannot see any dis> g
position to force sales; this is partly in conse- I
quence of tbe fact that there are several orders
here from the South, aod some from other
places, which though, in the aggregate, small
for the season, yet an attempt to fill tbem gives
confidence. A large number of contracts are
on the verge of maturing, and it is supposed
there will dc a demand for stuiT to lilt tbem
which will impart a buoyancy to the market
that must necessarily lead to an advance. Mess
Pork was in demand at [email protected], the latter
rate for class brands, and at the close there
were more buyers ihau sellers at these rates,
the latter class being held at $17.25.
Heavy bulk tidefiaold on Saturday eveoing at
7> ! 4<£t>3 which is an advance of J/c, and iledium
siaes sold to-day at 7)£c )ooße, and Shoulders
at packed, whicU(| equal to loose.
Lard was held firmly tnilc, but there was not
much done. Tbe receipts of Hogs are now in
significant, and the season may be considered
over. We did not bear of a sale to-day. The
' receipts since Saturday were but 229 head. i
, [Pron the Lod.vltle Democrat.l
Tns Iloa Crop.—The Comtmrcial Jkritw of
the 17tb, published full reports of tbe hogs
packed this season at 141 different points, as as
certained by special messengers dispatched for J
i tbepurpoee. We annex the summary, which
i shows an increase in numbers, but a falling oil'
in weight, as compared with the previous year.
I It is calculated that tbe average falling oil in
weight is a little over 13 pounds per hog. g
I ECMMABV.
j iKT-8.
> Missouri. 11 pulnta lirfl*£ lle.'XU
Kacsas 1 " I.'* l
Wisconsin, 1 " IQ.wu .
, Vi glnla. 1 " 5(0 T'O I
i Indiana, '~v *' CS9>5t
Ohio. 17 •• M-M: tttiisM
* l.lmjis, M '■ 4H.UO
. lowa, 5 " 35.007 60 3£i
KeoUcky. 1:1 " 2X-IU C's.JwS ■»
Iciiueioec. « " £>.u£>l I
1,731,131) L7«2l# ,
2.7.;1.<5J
Increase in Dttn>\>cr over seison It j7-6
I [Tron t.c Duill: ptoa llawk - Ji.]
The pork houses are nearly deserted. The 1
number killed laat week does not reach 500.
Net pork is selling at firm prices. Tbe hogß E
killed up to Saturday are, by
BcbeocV k Dcnlse 512
tfuudirlaud, Davey A; Co 1"7 *
Total W
Tbe whole number of hogß slaughtered thus C
far, ii: r
' Br Sdicnck k Dotise.... ISMO \
" Fundcrlsiiil. Dsvey i Co IM-3 11
" ti. F«vorlic & Co 1.500 1:
' Total a
1 Commercial Statistics for 1858.
T
IHfOßrs KXPOJCTS Of BEIADSTDTFJ, TBOVI- p
EIONS, &C , AT NEW YOHK.
The New Vork Shipping List famishes care- o
fully prepared tables of tbe imports and exports
of Breadstuffr at New York. The following
table shows the receipts in 165Sii
TOTit BBC* rrjOFDi KIDSTLTF3. kc., AT NSW TORK IK IKS.
FK'Ur. bbls 4 J75.6 6 i Lird. kegs 6 750
Wheat, bu fisvi, - t2S| Whisky, bbls 15 - ,147
Oira &2-5 I Ashes, pkRS Iti. >S4 *
Oats iUUKjlMal', basli lIHR'J °
harley KI.W2 Oil Oake, sacks 97,5«1
llf« -3 "2 i Oil Cake, tons
Proriiious, pi cs ... -74J | Oil Oake, lis 31,'JoS i
Lard 8eo«i f
The following table furnishes the exports dur
ing the past two years:—
axroaia or naKitKTcrrs, rnovisio.Ni, 4c.. Ron two yeies.
i«?, r
»lnnr. bbls 1.161 M 7 1 KO '
Wheat, bu 4.(i.MC78 3.4J0 SHI
Torn J,tC7,W>7 p
lire P7.«fii 13100 u
oa's 14SO
Bet-r.tres 30.U15 ai
Betf Lblg 13.873 2i«'l
Vork Wi\\
Lard, ktps s**o iT7i*
Hams ana Paeon, HMBs
Hotter, 100 J i In.llo ly 34 • O
Cheese, do 01 uw 72 4W oi
Tsllow. do 41.1:0 17,4t>> O
Wool, bales 4 7£« 7W p:
LAKE COMMERCE OF CLXVSLAXD.
[ From tbe Cleveland Herald, 4ih.] (
There is a large falling oQ in the business of
the past as compared with 1557, as will be seen
by tbe following comparative table:
1537. 1533. *>
Imports, Coastwise £3.415 132 £iO>7S49 %
Foreign
2C» «U.til6 2,».2j5
Exports, Toa twise 42:5»1.170
FjrelKQ 411,325 S24.VM
42 M15.4'3 2J:M2<2 n
Total Lake Trade fcr year 72410,111 43.647.500
In most of tbe staple articles of produce, such
as Flour, Wheat, Pork, Ac., there has been a
considerable increase of exports, the loss being
in articles classed as Merchandise, being (he 1
productions of other Slates passing through
Ohio. j
Chicago Daily Wholesale Market. n
\Ykds»:sd4T EvcrtxQ, Jan. HL f
FREIGHTS—AII the Eastern Uiilways bare followed £
the Initiative of the Pittsburgh. Chicapo aod Fort Wayne B
Railway, and reJuctd the freight to New York and fisutl- e
more on Fourth Clsas xoods a* follows: Proviiloni to £
New York, CO:: to Fhl'adelphla ard Baltimore Kc; to <
Boston, Prcssid lloci ts Boston, all rail, IMS —rail
to Philadelphia and theme by steamer, II S3; to New
York, 11.40; to Philadelphia, 11.23; to Baltimore, tl-2\
Flour to Boston, IL2I; to New York, #1.20; to Phlladel"
. phis and Baltimore 91.03.
FLOUR—More active. Fales to-day were:—loo brls
"Aurora "Spring Extra at #4.53; 75 brls*'Elk Elver" do
at #4; 100brls ch:lce White Wloter at SC.
W HEAT—Finn. Sales to-day were:—SCO bu No. 1 Bed
at 11.09 io store: 403 bu do on p. t.; 7-0 ba No. 3 Sprins at
?ocln*Lorei 3CO bo Standard Bpricc *t 71c In ttore: 7fO
bo do at 72c la ttore ; aoo ba old Kejcct«(l at Mc la store •
600 bo new do at tile la stoie; 1090 bu "Siamptall" la
baEsatOle.
CORN—Rsther easier. Sales to-day were:—7oo bu ]
Shelled lo balk at £?c on track: SCO bu do at &SSc on
■ track; three cars Ear Corn at 62c on track.
OATS—Quiet. New in ban, 43(846-; Old Oals 50(£Wc.
t BYE-In good demand at f 100 tti.
BAKLEY—Canadian Bsrley. 11.20; No. 1, Gsc<£7ocln
( Store; No. S. 4045 cin store.
q lilG 11 WIN bbls sold at 22c.
ALOO HOL—4x V cal. |
3 TROYISIONS—Ths price of the 1.500 bbls Mess Port
i* icld on Monday at St. Locis, delivered here, was Slfi,
To-dsy the sales wete :-LOOO bbls Mess Pork at #l6 on I
the spot; 8,00) cored S&ouUers at 6<<c packed; 1,500 1
;• earedSldeaatTKctiacked.
LARD—SO bbls prlnc said at lOH'c; 100 bbls do at ICSc. i
h. TALLOW—Prime city, S\\ilOc; Country tallow, 1
r JXc ,
IIIDEJ-Steady, with a *col demand. Green country '
>. froten. 7J<<£&c; Greeo Baited aad trimmed, SVJSXc; !
j Dry Flint, 15£16 c. '
FELTS— Batchers Pelts.SLMil 70 ;OoaaUy,Si)3ll,Ss. 1
DRESSED HOGS— Market very dull, and declined 15&
85c. Sales to-day were:
d 14Ho«vaveracUn270 tu., si *|sb!s
9 » Z gj l; 5.75
r ~ S'._dVrldlnxonVw an'j 900 &s
135 at W.»5, S5 SS, and |C, dlvidag oa lfio and UJUtt*
*. OBASSSEtU>—Timothy scarce and In cood demand at
r CRover Tcry icarce and In demand at tto
I.SS.
POULTRY—Dressed Chickens In Rood requesi at 11.75 '
Turkeys. JOSHc per B.
i| EOQS—freah lo rood demand at 55c; Limed Ecsl IS® i
k . 80c. I
POTATOES—Choice, [email protected]; Oommon, &oi2Coc.' \
5 -- r — i
BoTMient or Wrf<stnir»i- n, !
j, uocra bt axu.iri.Ta. '
af floor Wb't Qom OaU Bar ffa i
Is bbls. ba. toa, b«. bo. No. No.
By Lake
5 BTiial.aK.ElM »7 IS3I ....
By EoekL &.K. 859 .7. fa
By 111 OsntraL, 90 Soj usw
ByO.B. AQ W0 ij eta ;
. .r j?.!! !
taUL sa i:s7 rm ess 73" iwiiis ]
D New-York Cattle Market—Jan. 12. 1
4 Ist nucoam.)
Tbe Cattle market was BmunaUy active to-day.
2 prices rated bUh»r. Bieelpti of Beevea ware near.
iyj •W; batocaa lacreas* on last weak. QsotatloasSK
> ASK/or common, to IMIOH foe first quality, 11 tor exin. i
ke«ir4ii of fibeep about 7,0-4); <>uot4uoos ranio* ({ga '
mOMTM* flwue-saotauoasflnai 96(9^
Hew iTork Market.
(IIWOW.I Krwlon.Jui.il.
8.000 bbls at #4.4594.75 for Boner Stale- wgais
Ext-a ftate: •f30®5.75 for
Western; market closing «nlet_Canadian r lo ar In
moderate request. Balesat «.:£ftl?s-the la'oir pHm
jorsDAl^,^^Cl*o^nM 5 D A l^,^^ Cl *o^n M UTQUl'rtJU3dflrS
at«,K»110. Small sales Backwteat Fioorat #3.60®
Gain— Wheat leas doing, market notW.thstanfling Is
very ten; aales 5.8u0 ba %\ni* r red at md COOtu .
fair white soatbrna sales 3.000 l>a Obirago sp log
are rumoijd at <i»fc9oc. Rye firmly held atMc. Bsrler
dul'; 2,00 a bu common Canadian sold at 69®70e. Com
very quiet and flrn: western mixed held at 83c tn store
with tew buyers at 61Qbc. Oats In fair demand at &3A
Bo for Btate; 598e0c for CanadUn.
Wflsrr—ttteady. Hales 350 bbls at %c.
Paovtsiovs— Pork fimer Tor mess and heavy for nrim*
Pale* 1200 bbls at tl&.7sai&S7 for old meu: •17.37 d .7.50
for sew do: 113 for prime: slSfil9 60 for clear, include
log 6uo bbls prtme for the middle of Febrn»rv. B*ef
steady—«ale« COO bMs at t€.SO97 for O. prime: *7.7539 for
do txiesst 48 60® 1060 for retacked mess; 410.75&U 50
for extra Stall salesof Beer.Qamsat for
prime. Mesi Beef sl6®lS. Cut Me\ts heavy—sslalLO
hbds at 6(fteX for shoatdera, for hamr. Ilicou
quiet and nncb inged. Hogs s'eadv a' 7for
corn ltd. La-d firm—sales 16 > bbli at HV®IIS- But
ter, a pret«* c>od business at 12&2Q for Ohto, l(®i3 tor
Btate. ''allow a shade firmer—sales 56.00J pounds at
loM®lfX w , „ _
brota—Psnn—gales 7.000 at 2? for Bsenoa Aires, U
for Pert aa Pistte. 18 for tsavaolil^
Srocu.—3l Board lower: dosingbeavy. Mo.
I Efs 103; Harlem flr*t bonds La Crosse grants 11;
I Pacific Mall9lV: N.Y. O. &SK. lirie 16: Hudson
; HarJem preierrrdS.; M. O Panama 1173%; Gal A
! Chinv; OATC2X; Chl£Bl69,¥; Lac 1%.
I Cincinnati Market.
Br Tzlkbaiib.] [Jan. IS.
Fi oca—firm and unchanged.
WHtfitr—Advanced to 24c and In good demand.
Paortsioxa—Dnchanged: 50W bbls UessPork Mid at 7c
CO hbds enlk Meat at c for Packed; I*o.o bbls cut
at 10MK 110 l>b!i prime at 11c. 11 h"gs. averaging
tio fci. sold at «C 55. Groceries usching'd and firia.
MoagT—Easy. Exchange scarce at % premium.
Cumber, &t.
Lumber and Shingles.
Closing odt sale and change of
Basin ess- -The undersigned have a larie of
Dry Clear, and Common Pine Lomber, eomdstlnr of
Boards. Piank Pendng flooring, 4olce and Scantling.
Alao, good which will be sold at the lowest
market price to dose tbe business
Yard located a*. Tweif b street Erldse. West Elde. on
the South Branch, near all Western Railroad i>epoU, Call
and examine tfic stock.
Iri™ HOWARD A BARTON.
To Lumbermen and Others.
T AKE STREET MILLS WILL FOBNISH
I 1 Corn Meal and Feed of all kinds at low rates.
"Turtles will saTe money by calling at 141 and HJ West
Ukeitttet. ETETENa NOERIBi CO.
Cblauro. Nor. 18.1 SB. poU MM Ij
JW. s K INKLE i CO..
. QENEaIL DEALERS IN
LUMHI LATH.EHUIG2JB.TIKBU. I'ICKETS. 1C„
■v»*" riwir. an /aoxsoa imw.
OUmco
Ocr arrangements aragceh as to lnnr« tt all times a
flu icpply of the different qnalltles of -
CLXASLUKBEX.
Joist and of all slaes and lg&gtht, common Lorn*
Mr. Lath. EhlsZu. Ac.
OOBfLOORIHG. _
Of Norway and While Pine, we alwajs s*aad ready to
oompare with any in this Btanet. We Invite tbe calls apt
attention of all country and other dealers to our stock as
SandandfadlitiegforiUingorders and contracts.
oaJ-ly-DB4 J. W. BKINKLIA CO
ifltsceHaneous.
qhicago mill fursishixq depot.
T. W. Baxter & Co.,
vmracrraxa or
M S
—xsn—
ۥ W. Brown's Patent Portable
Flouring and Grist •lltllx,
And Dealers li
DUTCH ANKER BOLTING CLOTHS,
Smut Mills and Separators,
Separators for Warehomes,
Beltingscf all kinds,
Hoisting Screws and Bails,
Bran Baiter/, Fecks, Proof Staffs, &c*, &c,
FAIRBANKS' SCALES,
-iSS-
Mill Furnishing Generally.
riant, Specification* and Etiimaitt fnrnishd
tchin dttirtd.
STEAM ESGLVE3, BOILERS, <*C.
The subirribers having obtained the agency for the sale
of S;«am ingiaes and Boilers. Irom the
Manofattorj- of GoaldiQ*, Ba?lej & Sewcll,
OP WATERTOWN. N, T..
wocid Invite the sttentloa of purchasers to their suprrlor
merit* of stjle. wirnramship and powers, also their very
low prices. The following Is a llit of prices of Engine and
Boiler, together w'tb Heats'. Water and fiteara Pipes.
Cocka Valves, Arch Casting and Grates, complete aod
ready for uas. delivered in Chicago:
5 horse power SW) 20 hone power 11.250
S " " £75 'I " " l.frO
10 •• " rs «0 " " 1.t»75
12 •• •• COO ii " " 2.0110
16 " •• 111W 40 •' •' iliW
ani In like proportion for larser sizes as required
Every Engine is furnished with
JUDSON'S PATENT GOVERNOR VALVE
For Fleur Mills. We confidently recommend them as su
perior to any other strlc of £ngiae, aod they will
Save from 25 to 50 per cant in Fuel
Over the osual class of Boilers in n»e at the West. We
shall an assirtment of different sizes at our estib*
llsbment where the? mar b* examined and the necessary
Information obtained recanllug them. Competent men
will, if desl'cd, be furnished t» set up and start Engines
in acy p&rt of the country. We will also supply
WATER WHEELS, SHATTING, GEARING, AC.
At very Low Figure*.
T. IV. BAXTER & CO.,
Mill Furnishing Depot, West Water strset, between Ban.
dolrhand Madison, Chicago.
tW P. O. Address. Uo» Xo. 274. jas 4tn-h9*«>
Xorlhwfsieru Insurance Comn'y,
OSWEGO, NEW YORK.
(tSTIBUSEgD Cg 1S31)
Capital 150,000 —With i Large Sorplns,
rpHE PUBLIC ARE RESPECTFULLY IN
_l formed that Mr. JDLIUB WHITE has been reap
pointed axent of this Comotaj; and Is alone' uthorised
to Issue and renew policies in Chicago.
Mr. WlilTEls authorised to adjust and pa all losses
arising under oar Policies either Fire or Marine.
JAMES PLAIT Presides!- |
B. B. Ltolow, Bec'y. 1
I#" The undersigned will be happy to see his friends
and tbe patrons of the old Northwestern genially, at the
Office. No. 148 X South Water street, assuring tbem that i
our rales shall be as low as those of any other responsible I
Company, and that Losses "hall t>e falrb adjusted and
promptlypald. JULIUS vfHITE, Agent,
ocaobaaiy 14-S' South WaUrstreet,
Chicago Firemen's Insuraass Co,
W. Comer of Lake tad Gark-sts.,
-UP STAIRS.
OAPZTAZ> «floo,ooo.
DIRECTORS.
Thomas Church, B. W. Raymond. Geo. W. Dole,
E. H, Haddock. J. K. Hotsford, Orrington Lent •
C.B. Farweil, W. M. Larirabee, J. T. Edwards.
THOMAS CHUHCH, Brest,
a N. lIOLDEN. Bec'y, JOS. £ BROWN. Surveyor
aa27 'M aCB-ly
'F, A. THOTIAS &. CO.,
xavuyacniagßs op
DI¥IS> PATENT AtSPHiLTIC BOOFGfC.
(PATENTED AUGUST », 131)
TJREMIUMS AWARDED AT THE LATE
_IT Mechanical Fair held in this city. «
Tie foundation of this roofing consists of Canvass saT
crated with Asphaltam, underlaid with Felt paper, or of
Felt alone. Tbe covering compound is composed of A*»
phaltum, India Bobber and Gum Shellac. A new meth
od haviag been discovered tor dlsaolring Bobber and
Shellac, allowing any Quantity desired to be used, and
combining toem with Asphaltum, without the use of ex*
pensive and Injurious aolvents used lo all tbe Coal Tar
Oementa. which always evaporate and leave tbe Oompo
sitlon porous and brittle, in this Compound all the vola
tile matter ts removed, entirely freeing It from such de
fects, aod 1s known to be tbe Best durable material for
roofing in the world. „
Old Composition Boofs of every description repaired In
a permanent and satisfactory manner.
All orders promptly attended to. Orders from the coon
try supplied with the prepared Canvass Pas «r and Com
position, with ljigtnicUoaa
State mi dOoaoty Elghtsfor ultonlemao great ad-
Taatage to those who wish a permanent ts
Office with O. P. Randall Architect. Boom S c. 30, Port
land Block comer of Dearborn and
Ohlcaga.nL P. O. boxS393. o;' - cJIMro
WATER WHEELS.
' VAKDEWATER'3
; Recently Improved JonralTurbiue
WATER WHEEL.
OtDce, No* 81 South Clark Street,
1 CHICAGO.
I OFFER THIS IMPROVED TURBINE
Water Wheel to the public with the fullest confidence
and assurance of its
' SUPERIORITY OVER ALL OTHER WHEELS,
Without aay exception. They are well adapted to (and
i have been letted lnj Mills of all descriptions They give
1 * TtIT STEADY AND tJinFOHM SPEED,
And are well adapted to very high as well as very lev
heads andfalla. They will work well In back water with
. cot any material lam of power, and are oot troubled
* with loe. as they are set inside of the fbrebay and dis
charged underneath. It requires a small amount of gear
ing to get up a high speed, oosu but liuls lo set up, and
mnaupon a step that needs no oiling, and will last for
nan, This Wheel la capable ofyieldlng a power of from
?0 to tfi per eenU of the whole power of the water (accord
ing to the decree of finish of wheel) under high heads
and falls, and in all caaes It Is warranted lo work up to
the power laid down in the table and to give satisfaction
when properly pal up and geared.
State, County and Town territories for sale.
Fot further particulars circular*, which can ba ob
tained at ths Agent's Ofioe. No. a Booth Clark st,
FRANCIS HAJIVfT. Proprietor.
I Ott-ly-ayn O. J. MoPOUQALL, Agwl
' FOREST CITY WATER CURE.
' CLEVELAND, 'OHIO.
i mnis INSTITUTION IS DELIGHT
_I FULLT dtaatedoa theouUklrtsofabeaatirulforest,
wuhiaUe limlUofUie cltrof Clevelaod and sales
' from the I'oai Office. Tbebuildiag Is new, of brick, and
furnithetl in the brut style. The bain rooms are aupplied
wlih pore, soft ciinn; water. Tbe large patronage which
this eiUbhslin out Is at present receiving from Chicago
aad Mherwciern rtliea, is • fialterlnf recommendation ol
its populantr and flourishing condition. Dr. Grass and
lady, lera rrly of tbe Lake View Water Cur* nearChl
cago, ai< connected with this Institution.
Ltu not inquiry lo either of the Physicians, win ra>
I aatvepromptaUe&Uoa. - DR. G. \V. hTKOSu.
J AUKS K. GROSS, X. D
rU VRK. PR. J. K.
IMPROVED FULL IBON FRAHE PIANO
FORTIB Maaufactnred and for gale
ai retail atEwtern wholeaale prices by
r w. T, Snb Practlcsd Piano fort*
Maker. AllPiaaoa ofhlsmake be 11 # f |l
tally wartiuted. Old Flaooa will b« taken In exchange,
1 aad teniae aad pairing promptly attended to. Apply
at hlsFMo JogjaManafKonrrwo. IN WastMadlioS
l—i. «Nihta.t*
COTTON BAGS.
I liit.n W«»ilh»lni»i% Af »t».
CHAJHJS * CO.,
; M —iMtk Vcte It
kwii amouiK) ,
Sngqttmtc. |
Peori i Marine & Fire loga'nea Co.
Of PEOEU.
CAPITAL $500,000
Paid Up in .Cash 300,000
MAEIXE ASB FIRE RISKS lIfDEEWUTTEf
ON MOST FAVORABLE TERMS.
Lowe* Promptly Adjusted and Fald mt
ttila Agency,
J. AUG. WEIGHT. AXCDL
ialb9lolf N0.14i BoaLk Water strert. Chicago. '
THE PHOKNIX INSURANCE CO.,
OF TUB City OF CHICAGO.
Office, 142 Sontb Water Street*
Aatborii'-J Csplial, Jiw.ftyl I'&iJ in »ndsecured, ITS.SO#
K4.IAGIK BIEtCTOES:
J. F. AUrich, Jtibn A. Nichnjs
5. O. WU.ier, A. h'd Wfcrda.
flirsrn K. Fmltb.
iDTisosr nntrroßj:
Wat«oaCarr. (I. H, lUzlnot,
C. .s. heccersoa, A-bun Mnuh.
_ . A. KDrt'ARUS, /'reticent.
S. C. WILDER. Kecre:*rv.
LKWIS B. RL'.NUKLL,CiIj Sorrejor.
CiT Fire, 31 trine tad Inland J»'aTljr*tian Insrr^EC*-
jpl«'& a -ly
NORTH AMERICAN
Firs Insurance Company.
OP HAETFOED, CONN.
PAID UP OAPTTAT, $ '.OO 000.
Insure «ain«l Loss by Fire oaly.
HUBBARD M HUffT. Aceots» Qhlcsco. comer
and South Water itreeu.
NORWICH FIRE INSURANCE COMPA
KY, of Norwich. Coon.
PAID UP CAPITAL *175 000.
HUBBARD* HCNV, Afenti corner of Booth Water
and Clark street*. Vlnit Floor. LoomU' Block. oc2sb3u&
? A Y
OF—r
HAETFOED, comr,
AC-E N T S
It the Principal Cities and Towns In the Fdlod,
Who will
PROMPTLY ATTEND TO ALL BUSINESS -
CONNECTED WITH THEIB AGENCY
WMi
PROMPTNESS AND ABILITY.
HI- MA O I LL, General Agent for the West, ht
CJindnaatl. nc2o-b232-Sm
JgY STATE AUTHORITY
CHOICZ2 Ist CZ.AS3 INSTTBANCO
—BT THB—
l|^p|
Incorporated 1810—Charter Perpetual.
CASH CAPITAL $1,009,000.
[Abaolnte and Unlmpared
With a surplun or ?G66,140 10.
And the pregtUe of 39 years raccets and erperienee.
The Capital alone belnc double that of any Fire Insa
ranee Company in the United Btatec.
ABSETS. JULY Ist. 1559.
Cub on hand and deposited la Hartford
Banks ~*17P.U4 ifi
Cash in transit and Agents' hands 141719 06
U. a Treasury Notes, o per cent, interest 2.500 Ot)
I<s tttate Bonds 146.650 00
Money due tbe Company, secured by mort
Beal Estate onlncmnbered 65.333 ii
Bills receivable tH.439 M
MiaCXTTALCa.
181 Bond*. 6.7. ani 16 V cent Interest anna
ally ICT.2SO 00
sharrs Railroad Stock £2.772 CKI
M shares Connectient Rlrer Co. Stock.... l,iV3 (0
60 shares Stafford Bank Htock
60 shares Waterbory Bank Stock.... 5,250 00
S6 shares Providence Bank Ptock 1,873 00
1?$ shared Hartford Bank stock 230,112 50
9,050 shares New York Bank Ftock KLW OU
15 shares Jersey City Bank Stock I.WO 00
Ilk) shares 0. 8. Trust Co. New York Stock.
8150 shares New York. L. L and Trust Com
pany Stock.... 31,750 00
CL6oti.Ho 10
TOTAL LIABILITIES:
Unsettled Claims cot due 1108.714 C 8
Losses Eqltlbly Adjusted and Promptly Paid.
UPWARDS OP $11,000,000 of losses have been
paid by the JCtna Insurance Company In the pact <P
yean.
Fire and Inland Navigation.
Risks accepted at terms consistent with solvency and
fair orotic
Especial attention civea to Insurance of Dwelllnn and
CoutenU for terms of Of one or five years.
Onunlietl on a NATIONAL basis, with asendes In
the prlnplpal cities aid towns. Cash transactions, free
from the objections of credit system. Application
made to any duty authorised Agent promptly attended
to. By strict attention to a letritimat* Insurance business
this Company Is enabled to offer both Indemnity for the
past and security for the future %
Policies Issued without delay by any of lUduly author
ised Atenta.
Branch Office 171 Vine street. ClndonaU.
VBoslness attended to with dispatch and
J. B. BEHHETT, Gen*ml Agent*
HUBBARD A HUNT, Agents. Chlcaro.
W. B. PATCH, State Agent Pfria, Jitlaola.
oclb4l-6m
[orncuu]
gTATEMEXT OF THS CONDITION
—Of THI—
HTNA INSURANCE COMPANF,
—oy—
HARTFORD. CONN-.
On the First of Jannarr, ISID.
At Enquired ly the Laws of tAt State of Illinois.
The name of tbpCorpira'loi Is JEtnalnssrasce Ccm
panr. lecat'd at Hartford. Oonn.
Ihe Capital dt.ci ii One MUllcn Dol'ars, and Is paid
op.
Inc Assets of the Company are:
CISH, $383,495.32.
o»ih in hand and bank, with accmed lo
Cash in the hands of Acsnts and In transit... liLßla Si
U. 8 Treatury Notes 4.S and o percent, and
accrued Interest.... S7.SQ] 13
BEAL ESTATE, $65,538 26.
Utiocambered in Hartford. Cincinnati, Loa.
Uvllle asl Indianapolis.... 65,£33 26
BONDS., $167,110 00.
44 Mortgage Bonds, at 7 V ct. let 41C00 0)
lis Mortgage Bonds, at 6 V ct, ic.t a\Ouo c 0
2S jertty City Water Bonds, at <5 V ct. int.... 2M«) <0
30 Hartford City Bends at G V cU mt JSO.<X«O 00
10 Brooklyn City Bondt, at 6 ¥ ct. Lot 10 000 i«i
Si Roche.ter Ci t Bonds, at 7 V ct. 10t... ii OOJ CO
5 Mi:wa«ke* City Bonds, at 10 V ct. int. 00
1 Dabuqae City Bond at 10 V ct lnt 110 U0
STATE STOCKS, $219,675 00.
SO United SUtes stscck. 5? ct. lot £2 375 00
10 t-tate of Teanruet, 6 Pel ml, V.IOO iW
10 Plat* of Kentucky. « V ct int 10.2U0 WJ
60 H»te of Ml<sourL 6 V cu lni 43&0>0u
'JS State of New Y« tk. b ct. Int. SMW (*)
60 Bt»te of UtdMlto)) t* V ct int 50.<JU0 00
Slate of Ohio, 6 V ct. Int i*
MORTG4GE, $4,212 15.
Money due the Company and secured by
Mort«« 4.513 15
HISCBLLANEOUB, $142,153 68.
590sbtres Hart'orl ani New Haven Rallroa l
Ca stock fo.ooo 00
10. shares Bosun and Worcester R'Uroad
„ «t r ck 10.2nci0
2)0 shares Connecticut Kiver Railroad rtock 115 a) 00
50 shares O aaecncot River Comrany itock, i,SjO 00
toihuej Cltlsess* Bank stock, Waterbory,
Oono 5.250 00
&> shares SiaUjnl Bank stock. S'affjrd Oca.
to >hires Kagie dank stoct. Providence R. L I *7l 00
MucsUaneoailnremaerts tiGSD C 3
15sh»res Mechark*'A Tracers* Band stock.
J.-rsey City. N. Y vSOO CO
930 shares eta'e of Mlsiocrl Bank &u>ck, St.
Mo 20,600 00
BILLS BECKIVABLE, $48,055 67.
Bl'ls recelvalla. amply secured 42,03 f7
HAETFOED BATE STOCK, $230,230 00.
SCO shares PfcocaUßaik. SOfOIOO
400 .. Fanners and M'chaalcs'Bank..... «5.«w 10
3uj .. bar« baas
S4l .. State Bank 2a.c90 00
100 .. otty rr^oS
1(0 .. Couoty B.ns 6.t00 CO
150 .. Coon. River Bank jmuico
4ao .. Hartford Ba&k fOUOO)
iru .. OharurOak B«nc. losouw
100 . Merchants, and Manofaatarin* B*k. laWJ to
IWshaiesJEtna Bank laWO CO
5. Y. BANE STOCK, $597,450 00.
3XI ehsresMercb.Bxchaageßank 104*0 CO
*.XW .. North River lttOOuiO
Koi .. Mechan'ca. s<W» (O
:uo .. north America 2i«uo to
W. .. Nassau 8u.«0 w
3» .. Ancica ?<ito to
KO .. Broadway .*. 57 000 W)
<OO .. Peopis's 10*00 00
SOO •.. Hepubtic 14.SU) CO
•• S? tT Usuiio
400 .. Union J2.400 CO
luO .. Haaorer . &.KO w
liO .. Oommonwealth 10«ww
60U .. f lucoi* 11*0 tO
4(0 .. Manhattan (0
SCO .. NewYora 33 00 )00
M 0 .. Market a.OOO 00
4A) .. Ocean - .. L- tOO u)
400 .. MftroaoUtaa .1.1"... 4t4uu(o
W) .. Butcb s* D'OT'rs Xi.600 OJ
£OO . Isp. A Traders' .. ano us
400 .. atntr. Ii change ci'4X)oo
tak) .. Merchant*' 4&.ioi(Jo
liO .. U.ti.TnutOo 11 ScO 00
UOliareaN. X. h. las. A Trust uo. Bank. 34.750 00
$1(867,920 OS
LIABaiTiIS.
Ihe smount of dae or not doe to
Banks or other creditors .hone.
Lowes ac;uxUd and doe ..None.
Loite* adjusted and not doe I 3X013 84
Losaes naadjosted 1 a mspense. waiting farther
- „ proot or contested 50,963 90
All other claims against the Oompiny are
■nail, for printing, £&.
Agents tnstracud to take no tUks eiceeding •10003,
without spedal perml-slon.
Ttk* craate« aa»ant lnsorad In any ooe dty, town or
▼UUg«.Tart«.
Thsg eaustaatoat aEowtd tobelnsartdlaany one
blocktinvatlta
THC3 K. BRACK Sec'y.
fiian; or ComcrtTTT. Hartford Ooantr; fit.)
Hartrrrd, January Ist, I&S9. >
Penonally appeared before me. a Justice of the Peace,
doiy onallflod w admlnl'ter oaths. Thomas K. Brace, J r
Soeretary, and made solemn oath that Ut* fore.olng
■tatwasalof toeamtaaod eoaditlon of the .Etna lasa
mcetfoopacytetrue. UKNRY rOWiK <,
. JujUcs of the Peace.
HDBBABD A BI7NT y
VifefTSlw . A(eatiforOUe«co*
Bj.rjji.re mouse
OF WILLABD, ALEXANDER * 00.
Bank of Deposit. Fr reign aad Domestic Exekange,
uouectloa and Btiti Passage.
60 QLAE2 STHKET OHIOAOO.
dcjß-ly-bt44
BALDWI* la DODQE
gANKERS & LANS AGENTS.
Oocson-ELCTTB. IOWA OITT.
OuDectlons made at the usual rates. Exchange on the
prtndpal dtles of the Union bought and sold. Beal Es
tate bought aad sold on commission. w lo
cated at iio ter ltW acres, and '2% c per acre Utnd Offlee
fee. All giutl warrants is aame proportion,
REFERENCES:—Marine Bank, Ghicago: Henry Famam,
Eso-. President Chicago and R. L Ballroad: American
Exchange Bank. New York: Psrkee k Bollock. BL
Louis.
JOHN T. DODGE. d«lMy a 430 Q. M. BALDWHT.
OOOLBAOO k. BfiOOKS.
"JJ ANKERS AKD DEALERS IN GX-
D oßuia
BURLINGTON. IOWA
0 r Prompt attention Ten to the collection of Notes.
Drafts, etc.
Refer to George Smith A 00~ Marine Bank, Mer
bacti Savings Loan and Trust Oo v and F. G. Adams.
w. r. oooLßAogg. [ah3My] r. w. gaoots.
ED WD. I. TINKHin .A CO.,
BROKERS, AND DEALERS IN EXCHANGE.
Corner Clark and Lake Street*,
CHICAGO.
sdw* hp i. riNKHaa (je-VMri ji.es c. «hhb
CHARLES H. HAM k. 00.
Bankers and dealers in Ex
change. 24 Clark street. Chicago.
UoKXiaßtos DsraaTMErr—HAM. CHAMBERS k CO..
Dealers Ji Negotiable Securities. Buy and Sell Paper
Secured br Beal Estate, and give special attention to in
vestments for Eastern rartles. aplS-4754-ly
a. ham b. b. caaMseis. qto. p. warfrtx.
JillU. DrrLC JAME3 BECK UXSKT Lirill.
DCPEE, BECK. & SAYLES,
"D ANKERS AND BROKERS, NOS. % & i
JD Devonshire street. Boston. giTe particular atten
tion to the Mines of Lake Superior and are prepared
to furnish reliable information respecting them. A
monthly review ofthe Stock and Money Market with
Quotations of all the Current Securities, will be sent to
any address desired. ap3S-'B6-ly
a. a. ujc..„...0. x. aurpoao w. a. niomaavax.
LANE, BANFOBD 6c CO.,
SUCCESSORS TO DICKERMAN, WHE EL
O ER k CO. Bankers, Rockiord, Illinois.
Collections made and remitted promptly at enrrent
rates of Exchange.
Rgygx to—Ocean Bank, -lew Yfcrk; Shoe aad Leather
Dealers' Bank. Boston; £<change Bank. Calcago. ani3
THE MERCHANT'S
6AVOGS, LOl5 AND TRUST COSPASY.
Having a capital of Ssoo r too
(with the privilege to increase the same to •L<X».-
UJUJ, fully paid m. is, according to the provisions of its
Charter, prepared to buy and sell Exchange on all the
principal cities ofthe Lolted States and discount satis
factory Business Paper of short date. The Executive
Committee will meet dally atldo'clock A. U., andpenou*
applying for Discounts will receive an answer at 1 o'clock
Their will recelre Morey for Accumulation, allowing
Oompound Interest at seven per cent, per annua when
the amount is deposited for a term of years: receive and
exeeate Trusts by order of Oouna, from Estates. Corpora
tions acd Individual: and also collect Notes, Drafts and
Acceptances payable la this city, and remit for a&ae at
current rates of Exchange at aatunty, and will make
Oollectlon -dob other polnta, upon favorable terma
OffMa—**crr>er o Lasalieand Water streets.
racßran:
M.D. v den. W, L. Newberry. HenryFarnham.
Joarthaoßurr D. B. Holt, J. H. Dunham
F u. OooleT. W. E. Doggett. A. U. Barley
ohn H. toiler. Georgeßteele. L N. Arnold
J. H. DUNHAM. President. j
JONATHAN BURR. V. Pres't. !
D. g. Hot-T ''*ahler aad 6ec'y. iriO-to-aiyt 1
HOFFMANN & GELFCKE,
BANKERS, Chioago,
DEPOSITS RECEIVED AND INTEREST
sllowed on special Deposits. Liberal accoamoda
tmns granted to depositors. Independent of the state of
the money market.
EXCHANGE and Letters f Credit, In ssms to snlU on
the principal cities of the United states aad Europe.
EXCHANGE ON EUBOPE. to Importers, at New Ytrk
quotations.
TIME LOANS oa private bonds and mortgages nego
tiated. Western State, county, City or Ballroad Loans
negotiated abroad. s ja"s
raaaoaju HorfMam. AUT. STILTS, CTO oiucis
ULBIOKS iu OEUDTHER
Qj CIJLRK STHEET—OLD THIBUNB OFFICE
Specie, Bank Note. Eichuust
AND COLLECTING OFFIOE.
day constantly Foreign and Domestic Gold and Sliver
Oolns, Lastern Bank Notes and Uncunent Money. Sell
Exchange oa New York, aad make Collections throughout
the United SUtes aad Canada*. jelt "x ly si?
OOOK fc SARGENT
OAVENPJRT IOWa
OOOK SABGENT A DOWNEY
IOWA CITY IOWA.
OOOS SARGENT A OOOK
FORT DES MOINES IOWA.
OOOK SARGENT &. PARKER
FLORENCE. NEBRASKA
I j ANKERS & DEALERS IN EXCHANGE.
1~1 Make collections aad remit to sjjy pe-rt of the
Union. Land Warrants bought, sold and located.
KVPartlcular attention given to the payment of taiea
Attorneys at Law connected with our bouses.
OOOK A DILLON. Davenport. lowa
E. D. DOWNEY, lowa City
gar, a to
t. W. Clark k 00., Philadelphia.
E. W. Clark. Dcdse A Co., New York.
).}. Dlxwell. Preii. Mass. Bank. Boitct
N. Holmes A Son, Pittsburgh.
J. W. Clark A Co., Boston.
E. W. Clark A Brother. St. Louis.
Hatch A Lacgdon. St. Louis.
Geo. Smith A Co., Chicago.
John O. sargent. Wsahingson. P. C. mrt&-ly
THE BANK OF AURORA.
A BROTHERS, AURORA. ILI LN0I&
ANKERS & DEALERS IN EXCHANGE.
All collections entrusted to them will meet prompt at
tention. Refer to Bank ofthe State, New York: #. G.
Adams and George Smith k Co., Chicago. *
m. t. ball. a. r. haou f. a. gAtJL
A. C. OEKTEL,
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC EXCHANGE
P and Collection Office. Alio, Notary Public.
7o Dearborn street. Chicago. 111. n >i Iy4i9
OFFZOER A BROTHER
Bankers —dealers in unccr
rent Money, Sight and Time Bills of Exchange, Gold
and Silver Coin, etc. Receive deposits, and pay particu
lar attention to collecting. Office lb* Lake street. Ma
rine Bank Building, open from £ A. M. to 1;)H P. M.
REFERENCES.
North Bank. Boston.
Metropolitan Bank, NevYork.
Sherman A Colling. "
Marine Bank. Chlcego.
J. U. Dunham A 00.. Chicago.
R. W. OFFICER and SAM'L P. OFFICEA General
Partners. mrSHy
Illinois Saviiigs Institution,
IK THE CITY OT CHICAGO,
[lncorporated February, 1557. \
'jUIIS INSTITUTION RKCEIVES Dh*
X podts of one dollar, and upwards, from all clat») of
persons, including
MINORS AND MARRIED WOMEN,
and allow interest at the rate of six per cent, par ac
num.
Dividends payable cn the first Monday of January an*
July.
TRUSTEES.
John H Kentle, Wm B Ogdea J H Dunham
Geo W Dole. G S Hubbard. ii W Raymond.
EjfestasS Williams, John tt Reed, Henry Whltbeci.
GeoEStanton. AlexoCoventry, OBWLuII.
Nathan B Kiddes.
Othce Mo. 7U, Washington street, Portland Block.
OSce open dally during the usaal hours of buslnee
aad oa Tuesoay and Saturday evenings.
JOHN H. ikiNZIE. President
N. B. KIDDER. Cashier. iylrvalW-ly
AXKEV Bl NORTON
JJ ANKERS DEALERS IN EXCHANGE.
No. 48. SOUTH OLAES Sr.. CHICAGO. HI,
GREEN A STONE
BAKKERS-MtTSCATIIiE. — I'HOMPI
attention given to OoUectiohg, and proceeds remitted
cn day of payment, at current rate* or exchangf.
UIODCIfi.
Miari. George Eialth kOc ChlcaTi
Manse Bank, Chlcaga
L. A. Benotst A 4ft Louis.
Messrs. Gtlmore A Olnc&nau.
hhoe and Leather Dealers Bank. Boston.
a»r»prl«*n Hank. N»w «?•
GEO. 4 YJITH A 00.
Bankers and jealers is foreign
and Domestic Exeh te.
CHICAQ n.T.mnriL
OollecUons made on all t- • principal dUaa ic ia« Usb
ted States, on the mot favor Me terms. aaM
J. H. OOWSR BROTHERS A 00.
ANKERS, DEALERS IN EXCHANGE
lilD AQIRId
10* acm - .IOWA
u/aifO
Hears. R. K. JbfMX k Oalcaco.
Jobn Thompson. No. i Wall street. New Yoiß.
Messrs. dTa. Januarr A Oa, St. Locls, Ma.
arUy-iHI
G. O. VTHXTNE7 A CO.-
IJANKING AND EXCHANGE OFFICE.—
> SS CLARK STRICT. Dealers in
EASTERN AND FOREIGN EXCHANGE,
tioiu, stiver aad Gucurrent Monej bought acli.
Premium paid on Otvand Fait era Bank Notts. Depc
gtj received and tuUrest allowed on special Depoau.
Drafts for sale on England. Ireland aad BooUand. aad aIJ
parts oi Germany.
Fartlcalar alter"-" given to tke negotlatioa of tins
mxes aad iuii* »r exchange.
OaUfleUoas mad* and r«i-ia«d forward on day of pay
ment.
Monies inTested ta Real Estata, and all other transac
tions la a General and Coaalssioa besiaesE
Q. O. WHITNEY k SON. 88 Clark st
X. o. BARBOR
jg AN KING AND EXCHANGE OFFICE.—
43 OZARK BTRIXT.
Exchange. Caesnwt Meaty, Gold and filvee, imihl
tad sou.
kzysaocaa.—J. Ta*ae Bauaaaa. Prwsideal
Rank: F. O. Adtw. faU-ly
E. PRUSSING A STEINHAEUSER.
DEALERS IN EXCHAN6E, MONEY,
—a*t>-
BEAL ESTATE BBOKEBB.
SO Soath Uark<, Cp tta1n...,.... H t0i
Aoararo* m
Britiih Commercial Life Insurance Cbrspon j,
LONDON and AMKRIOA CAJitAL |&^00,00a.
aaS*£7Hy BRNCT PRPBBIN6 . Notarr Public.
B. W. PHILLIPS BANKER.
8a I Cliax Sraxar—Loot' Builum. .
CHICAGO. ILLINOIS.
Buys sight and time drafts on
the Easwn Oltiea. Diaoonnts Busioess Paper, Deals
in Cnropeaa and Domestic Ls change, rtpedc. Land War
rants. Cucrurrent Bank Note*, and Mikes Oolleetioas an
all acce»Ue poiata. ; ♦cli-ly-bldS
IWTABTTfg BANK.
/CHICAGO MARINE AND FIRE LVSU
ranee Ooapasy.
oafital, #aun.
Z. t. OJLRYXX. OasMer tad Baoetan.
J. TOUVQ BCAMMOA. PraMdca.
Oo&acsfeaa nads aad drafts isnWinltoall partao'to#
Oatcc. tsaa^Ub
B. A. TUOKER A 00.
BANK BANKERS AND
JLi Dealers in KxehAoce. corner of Clark and UkMtt
Chicago.
aade lathe dlfereat oUias ia tke
Paloft. laww> Bwrrwairataa mriM M
STERLING EXCHANGE.
TFTE ARB DRAWING DIRECT ON
VV gwriMwi irelaod^Sootland.aad all otnerparte
ef continental scope, we alao woe pasaage tickets
from Liverpool, Hamhvrfc Antwerp, uremen and Havre
to New York. MOB/ORD BBOTHRRA
lrßaitodai Oomer of QUrk nnd
BSORFORD BROTHERS
AND EXCHANGE BROKERS,
X) Dealer la Li dWunata»«an*Of Clark aadUk*
COartc JL ¥n— jfewT*k»
■sfsrraan \Xeasra. CavpMar k YemUy* w
CAJ.Oa 1 i fcl satlai Hint
■VtfrK
Jt. CtflflL
STATE OF GRAHAM MARR
ceased. Public notice is hereby girrn to all per
' sota havtog claims and demands aga oat the estate cf
lag*, fcrabaa Marr deceased, topits-nt the same for adjodi
otloa and aettJeaoit at a rtaular term of the Ooanty
'• iff* S£ C°oi Countj. to be n olden at the Ooort Boose
!»W«Oity,3f Chicago, on the flf* Monday of March. A.
p. being the asT« nth day th erect
... , _ . LOCI* MAKE. Executrix
_ 0 or the last WUI and Testament of Grahaa Hair dee'd.
r O. Bv H. H. Ma£S>t- a test
. Blue Island. January lf.h. laliew*
the TYT ORTGAQE SALE.—WHERKAS
Ib. XT J. Thomas Ca-ey. ol Kankakee City. Kankakee
j io. County, and gute of Illinois, has on the eighteenth
ffflce of June. A. D. eighteen hundred anl ftfty-elsht
(u&a) for Tsiue received, executed a certain prrmluory
cote of that date lor the sua of thlrty-fcur dollars and
Krr fifty »t* cents. 56). payab'e threeaon»hsar*'r ('ate
nt to Reorder of Hathias Simon at said Simon's residence
In Cnleago. Cook County, Mateof Jliliois: and, whereas.
BaidThomas Casey, tn order to secure the paymentof
?IH. said note, has on the date above mentioned, signed.
~sealed aad delivered toMatblas Simon a certain aorV
gage eonreylr g to sa'd Mathlas B'mon the lot hereinafter
descrtbed. which said mortgage was filed for recrd «-n
A the 31st day of June. anl duly recorded In bookSS
of moitgwes at page e4L tn tae Recorder's n&ce of
C»ok couatyafcresaid. And. whereas, default has been
fotea. nade tn the pas meat of said nrie, now notice Is hereby
■Wenthau by the power Tested in aeby aald mortgage.
Mer- Lthe ancersignee. mortgagee as beforttald. shall cn
(> the twenty-fourth day January. A. D. eighteen hundred
ia*vd between the coirs of ten and eleven
o clock In the foroaoon of said day. at the North door
. of the Court House, in the elty of t.tdcsgo aforesaid, sell
StpubUesuet:oatoih« highest bidder, forcaih. all the
jRF. right iitl« ard of said Tioa*s Casey, toge'dxer
with al hlsrutt of eaulty aad redeaptlon, la aad to
the premises described as folows to-wlt. Lot numb*r
fcur <4) in block A. la the Tillage ef Hartford, being fiiy
feel frootlag thelUlnolsCentral Railroad, by ose bend; ed
slls a-dGitv feet deed, situated in the county of Oook and
fctate of Illinois. MATHIAS fIMON. Msttgsgee.
Chicago. Jacuaryls-.h. IK><. his»9^)3w
EX- QTATE OF ILLINOIS COUNTV OF
O Cook—Bß. Oook o«unty Court cf Ocaaoa PUaa,
'aper *® bn **TTerm. A.D. 1559.
\o in- Patrick Hltgins ts. William Welch. Welsh Sd.
lily DanielMarphrani l JeraniahA. HlnacUa. In Chancery.
ttlk. Affidavit of the non-reaide-ce of Jerealah A- KlnstUa
and Daniel Murphy. def«ndants above having
■ * been filed in the office of the clerk of said orok County
Cv'nrtof Common Pleas, notice Is hereby the
. _ said Jerem'ah a. Klnseila and Daniel Murpry that the
<£ a complainant filed hi* bill of complaint la said Court, oa
itten- the Chancery side thereof, on the twenty-third day of
sarei April Ix 7. and that a summons has asued out of said
A Court sralnst said defendants, retiirnahle oo the first
with Monday of Pebuarrnext, ias9. as Is by law required,
st to No*, unless you. the said Jeremiah A. Kinsella
3-ly ana Dasiel Murphy ahall persanaLy be and appear
■ ~ ■ before said Cook Couaty Court of Common Pleas of
iMUL Cook county, on the first day of the next term
thereof to be boiden at Chisago, hi said county, on the
first Monday ef Febaary. and plead, answer or de
2EL aartothesiidcompUlnant'soiUofcomplaint. thesame
and the matters and things therein chanted and stated
will be taken as confessed, and a decree entered
xrenk you according to the prayer of said biiL
W. KnfBAT.T» Clerk,
ather Gallo? k Hitchcock. Coapl'ts Sot'ra j •' tMo 4*
heO - ■ —■ '
QTATE OFILLINOIS,COOK COUNTY:SS.
O Circuit Court] of Cook Ooonty. February fipecialTera
i\T A. D.t^.
Myron Young and John O'Bryan. Oonservators. etc.
t r 00 T1 &usan A. Bola. Isaac Bola. Esther
i'rro *aa Wagenerand John Van Wagen-r.
-»!.•* AOdatltof the noa-resldAoee of Mary DuelL Pus n A.
if.l Bols * I"ac Bo Is. Rather Van Wageaer and Joha Vaa
«li e Wegener, defendants above named, having been filed In
the office ol the Clerk of said Circuit Court of Cook County
»uve notice is hereby siren to the said defendants that said
|nou« complainantsfil«»dtbelrblllofcompla!ntlnsaldCourt cn
dock theChancerr side thereof, cn the fcurth dayofJaru
. ber la3tf; aad that a summons thereupon Issued out of said
osnsg Court against said defendants, returnsble on the second
5*2 Monday of February next, QioS) as Is by lawre«uli*d.
eano Now. unless you. the said Mary Duelt. euaaa A. Bola
* ana ahall personally be and apr ear befoi e said Clrcui'- Court of
*f Cook Co., oathe first day of toe next special term thereof,
aaxe tobeholdenat Chicago, in said Coonty. on Uie second
Mondayoi February, 1859. aad plead, aiuweror demur
to the said complainants* bill of complaint, the same and
the matters and things therein charged and stated will
inaa. he taken as confessed.aad a decree entered against you.
an. according to the prayer of taid bllL
« . WM. LCHURCaCTn-k.
Arnold. I*sy k Gregory. Compl'ts aji'r. jis b926 SOd
J"' 1 - QTATE OF ILLINOIS COTOTT OF
COOK—B3.—Oook County Cecrt of Common Pleas,
January Term, I>&>.
Orrin Bhe*man vs. George U. Coffia.
o Public Notice Is hereby given to the said Georse
M. Coffin thatawrlt of Attachment Issued out of the
.EST office of the Clerk of the Cook County Court of Common
"noda Pl**s dtted the Grit day ol December. A. D. 1&% at the
ite of salt of the said Orrlo Bherman and against the estate of
the George M. Coffin Irr the sum of Ttiree Hun
liU on dred Dollars, directed to the Sheriff of Cook County,
ie which taid writ has been retcrned executed.
Vcrk Now. tr.erefore. unless you, the said George M.
Coffn shall personally be and appear before the siid
Oook County Court of Common Pleas oo or before the first
Loans day of the next term thereof, to b" boiden at the Court
ia~s House, in the city of Chicago, on the first Monday of
[pen January, A- D. l-u9, give special ball, aad plead to the
■ ■ - said plaintiiTs action, judgment will be entered against
you. and in favor of the »ald Orrn Shermao. and so
•inn much of the property attached as may be suScient to
to satisfy the said judgment and costs, will be sold to sat
isfythesame. WALTER KIMUALI. Clerk.
gpafford. Porter A Jones. Plt'ffs Att'ia de2:> bs*>ltiw
biiver CTATE OF ILLINOIS, COOK COUNTY,
. Sell O 88.—Circuit Ooort ol Oook County. January Specla
izhout Terra. A. D., 18£9.
j«i 9 William UcCuliv, Jobn P. McCuliy. and Mark W. "Watscn.
ts. George E. Hoyt.
Public Notice is hewyglvea to the s'i- GecreeE. licit
thatawrlt of at'-'c. .sent Issued out ofthe office of the
A Clerkofthf Circuit Tourt of Cook Oouuty dated the eigh
teenth day of December. A. D. le£3. at the suit ofthe tidd
. WHUam MrCully. John F. McCully aad Mark W. Watson
"**• andagalnstthe estate of thetaidUeo.l2. Uoytfor thetum
of two hundred and ninety-eight dollars aad twenty-three
u<£ cesta. directed to the Sheriff of Cook County, which aald
writ has been returned executed. Now. therefore, unless
you. the said Geoige C. Hojt shall personally be and ap
-IKA. pear before the said Circuit CourtofCook County on orbe
fore the first da> of the next special tern thereof, to be
NuE. holden at the ~ourt House'in the city of Chlraco, on the
of the first Slonday of January At. D. lr&*. rive special bail,
and plead to tue said plaintiffs' action. Judgment will be
•aim entered.: •< -ou. and in favor of tr>e said WUlam
McOully, John F. McCully and 31ark W. Wats.n. and so
owa nuchouui property attached as nay be sufficient to sat
sfy the said judgment aideostswiU b<* sold to satisfy
the sane. WILL* AM L. OHUBOH, Clera.
Cornell, ffalte k Jameson. Pig's Att'n- b*c3 6*d
STATE OF ILLINOIS—COOK COUNTY.
Circuit CourtorOook County .—January Special Term.
A. D. 1539.
Jcrman a. Keator and Porter Sldnner ts. Andrew J,
tiucrt.
Public notice Is hereby given to the said Andrew J.
fe-l> Short, that a writ of attachment Issued oat of the othce of
the Clerk ofdrcuit Coun ot Cook County dated the fourth
day of December. A. D. l!r6&. at *ht suit of the sali Jerman
m 8. Keator aad Porter Bkinner aad against the estate f
.„ the said Andrew J. Short lor the sum of Three Toou-
Mtisi. said Dollars directed to the Bheriff of Oook County,
which said writ has returned executed,
act at- Now, tnerefore unle-s you, the said Andrew J. Short
F. G. shall personally be and ■ ppear be or>- the said Circuit
oourtorOookOountyon or before the first d<y of theoext
tauL fipecialTem thereof >o be boiden at the Oour House, In
1 the O'tyol Chlcag >, oo th* first t,f January. -A.
D. ISo9. give special bail, and plead to the saidplatntlfi's
actionjudgmeatwlllbeeateredagai>«tynu and -n favor
.Mat. of the said Jerman&Keator and Porter Skinner, and so
auch of the property attached as may be sufficient to
r-&?9 satisfy the said will aoldtos-tlsfy
■ thesame. WM. U CHURCH. Oerk.
Cornell, Walts k Jameson. Plt'ffs Att'ys- de29b?sJ tOd
3DR-
ft. Ma- r
ATLANTIC ROYAL MAIL STEAM NAT
igation Company's New York aid Galway Line
Tee next departure from New fork will be the Steam»hip
PACIFIC. Captain Nicholson, to aall from hew York
on Saturday. January bth liiA and the Steamship C(&>
CASSIAN.Capt. JacssocutosaUfixa New Y&rk. Thurs
ene-al day, January 37t-i, touchlog at St. Johns, F. to re*
•ittv celvethe Royal Mail* Prices of Passage First Clm.
—— s*)\ Second.#so: iblrd #-'<o; lnduding free ucket; to
; _ all the orincipal cities on routes h Great Britain.
LOiLf Third Gtss most provide plate, knife, fork. aad bed
ding. Passage t> St, Johns, Pint-Class. Second*
0 Ulas?. For freight or patsaxe inqul'e of the Amerl.
can fclxp ess Cam any. <1 Hudson street, Broadway,
and at their other srivertised offices ia the interior.
_ Passage in theth'rd ciass can be secured at any of the
Dci» above offices to bring persoa*out from any of the prlnd
l£mi o! pal cities cn the lines ot railway in Great Britain for
or from Galway for WO.
AL7X HOLLAND. Maaiger.
JA3. 0. FARGO, office of American Expre»s
No. JO Dearborn Street. Chicago,
or ae* New York. Not. 13.
n .u< PITTSBCEGU, rr. WirVE t CHICAGO R. K.
1858-9... .WINTER RATES... .1868-9
no. Tbrougli Frelsht Line.
>eci.
DATS UNTIL FURTIfER
J? notice. Freight ifill be parried ever (Us Line as
bdov: .
«««• =1 si 5| 1| 5 S II
Froin Ohlcwo to £=| Sf f.
« a ** A a qa
NQE. 80ft0n..... 1 : 11.8011.3311.17 73 tI.HU.SB
Nsw York I.W I-40 1.6J 10 1.3d L 4«
\ Philadelphia I.W 1.25 1.10 60 I,os 1.35
J Baltimore l.tiO 1-25 1.10 60 Lts L 45
pftUOorgh 'JO 75 45 45 70 75
CJocfcnaU. O l-PO H) 64 45 .... SO
)UPT OUuabus.o - I-0") W £5 45
Dayton. 0... SO o 60 40
Contracts made to abore points at Freight Office, cor
tier West Vaa Burea and Caaai streets. ,
Contracts to Bosioa. New York. Philadelphia and Bal
timore. Tla Pennsylvania Oeotral given by
CLA&KS k CO.. office Steele's Bock, corner South
Water and Laialle streets, and at Depot at Canal street.
JAi W. MUflaON. Freight Ag*t,
, «r» J. J. HOUSTON. Oea'l' reight Ag»c PitUbu-*, Pa
j. 11. «OOttE.Gtn ißapt, Crestline, O.
Chicago. November 15. lw.
KIeS SHORE EXPRESS COMPANY
I.JM. Fast Freight Line,
To «n4 From 411 Point* Eut«
I'nv The arrant eo en ti of this Oampaay are unsurpassed for
safe, rapid and cheap transportation of any de*cri>
tlon of freight to and Iron the £a*t Tla
iowa EXPRESS FREIGHT TRAINS.
All reclamations for orer charges or damages, promptly
adjusted oa delivery of treignt. We beg to rtfer Shippers
totheß«perlnteadcatsof the several roads cn which we
t *jfeir York Office. 176 Broadway. Howard Hotel Bulid-
Office, No. SO Dearborn street, opposite the
Tremont House.
Deliver Freight in New York at W Waraer-gU Hudson
Elver Railroad Passenger Depot; tn Bogtoa at Western
, „ Kahroad Depot, aad in Chlcaao at MichUnn Central
fE. BallroadDepot. DREW ACO..
d acid. 10 Dearborn street, Chicago.
Dew> WALUNGFORD k CO., 176 Broadway. New Torfc.
Epoau, Chicago. Oct. ISM. ods b3OJ-Sm
»ad all ■ 1 ■ ■ 1 -
sttiM F<»r Cairo and .\ew Orleans,
olcay- STEAMBB NBI7 TALLS CITY.
rfIHE SPLENDID FAST
. k M A flalllr.g gteaaer
kli N«v City
WUI ran. during the eoalar Fall and Winter, between
ne St. Louis and New Orleans »< follows:
LEAVING SC. vOUIS Oct. 10. *6B. at 10 o'clock A. U.
da do Oct. 30. 'sa, do do
do do >ov. I*. 'SA, do do
~ do do Dee. 9. 'W. do do
isrgM ,j 0 do Dee. 29, '6B, do do
u . do do Jan. 18. 'V*. do do
do do Feb. 7, do do
m-ly do do Feb. r. *59. do do
B do do M'ch IV, do de
*" LEAVING CAIBO Oct. 1L 'SO. at 7X o'clock P. M.
1c V do do Oct. 11. '54, do do
IC I j do Not, BJ, '54 do do
do do Dec. 10. 'SB. do do
do do Dec. m. 'U, do do
|» do do Jan. U, do do
do do Fea. 8. 'fia, do do
•**AQ. do do Feb. 8k 'M. do do
do do tTch 0, '59. do do
for Freight or Paasar* ait r oo board er to the Aceai
at Sc Louis, w. a LOU, Clerk.
ocll-td-bli»s
S, t . » 81S *»»•
Q.REAT CESTRAL SHORT LIXEROCTS
• rrrrsßnteH, fost watsk a cuiuco
3 ON x "
1 Wtf. TO All. lABTKU cma.
oo s as ■■
- blli * CLABKE ft COHPISV,
van throogh. by authority of the Ooopaales named above.
** ou ~ as their ofllce. No. 1 Steele's Block, corner south Water
aad Laaaile streeta. and at Depot of Ft W. k O. SL
Chicago: oratDoot, Liberty street Plttsbwrgh.
The Offices ofthe Penagyiraala iillread Ooapasy !m
tne Kast are located at _
No. 3 Aster House. New York.
No. 1 South WliJlam street, N#w York.
lO'toc No. 45Kilbystreet. Boston,
rrvt) Ma. 73 Ferry tireeu Hartford
• [oca.*
M TkBALSKB AND OONSaXKBS
, , JJ uimrmni
la tki
111
f, w. OEXHMOU*. A
Are bow Drwared lo etf aftd deliTer to any part of the dKF
ON ftss OF OHAEGI
Any oftheTartoaspwdactof thetr raillß. We shall sjl ,
w.iiJ the star* tn the eaaUty of ocr goods, aad with a good mill.
good ir*'— **'• aad experience, hope to reach aad main*
» tain the highest point ofsxceHeooa. Owr brands of Flo*
»** la barrels arid bail an
PhiUlM* MlUi Choice Brtra. No. 1 Whit* Wheal,
ptmiiee* Hills, K*tr»Ban*»na. Mo. 1 Bed Winter.
SUg. Phillips'Mllla. Choice FaaQy.Ohoioe Extra Borta&
lUka Also as wholesale orretaU:
WhHe RyeFtoar,
•Y*k." RfahaaFloßr, Ooraaa4oatt,»p«M._ *
tedodWhes*. I ■■■»*•
ÜB-t rt'mnrir ' ii& Tc anu wuv m
fiegal
02 T GAG E SALE WHEREii
executed to Thomas
a certala desi of Mortgage, which bearidai«tns
pwemy-dxUdayof Msy.A i» 1»M wiTmfT
Vl e0 H c .? 0 ' SecOT"or of Oook County, miscl*
*- D ISM - duly r'eortS to
Mortgage and the note* therein described hlvT b£S,
duly transferred aad aligned to Saouelß.C&aj<» «nd_
111 anrtiage that Lf d'laoU
ta * & .epayaeat 01 the proa morj eoteaor
S **s*^" 0n the imwha Mn tt) T | im( ihonM
cose doe ud wable, tlen ifae s£d
acd istereat aecured by the aid gromlMorv nnt*« i -. n
s°js'd' t ,^ u p o ;s 11 e ouid
5® h payable to the crder of Pro! fell
i"V2k onu>osaild«jofmS. iD )Sa
J " ld tT"ot%" o St
t*®teS »®Wibtd l 5 Itld BOltlUf, BOP IBT cart tx»r»nr
?„ e^:^t e K a d *' « atEySS®
bcu default has bein made la the paymeat 'hereof.
No*, therefore, notice 1» hereby given la carta
«»* '»' »>* •"Sw'lw «!'" to Md bj u? So?SS
foresaid, I ahaXca the nineteenth day or ji-jinT
R'.V?/ between the hours of tea and eleven o'ctoek
In the forcaoOQ of day. 11 ih* Nnrtn Mcpp f.i
Court House, la the dtfofChUiL'fi'Se'cL/^,
1 tsi? etal f Hlino-s, sell to the hlghe>t bidder for
i f ash. the premises mentioned la and eonveved t» »*!d
; oortw to wtt: ~v
P- £«• °?!£ i I 1 * 1 ' of bloc * tw.ir* (u< la
WoodbriJge's subalvUlcaof the £ast
• e<rtion elevm (11 > la
thirty-ejht (3s) North. raare fourteen (14» Fiit
Pt^mnt'ni? 4Cipll Meridian; being la Cook Coosiy,
XTOTIOE IS iIEKhBV GIVEN THAI"
r l ' #»? her s*? Ham did. on the sixteenth
?if y 0 J if? 4ke « «ecute uj dei»erto
a Chatile Mortraie open the schooner or
Tmeieatedtbe Denmark, togtUur with the masts. bow-
Uck:t,«c»??f£dte
other neeeajaries thereto appertaining, to se
r certain promissory notes there,
la mentioned, of crea dite with sala a:rwa*« oi-e fcr
the suai of one Eondred dollars; one for the aaa of fcur
hundred dollars, payable on the Cm day of August. 1653 ■
Mdocefortherooof fcarhandreJ doUirs. piyable on
the flrti day October. A. I> 15W. which
*^?B Crre S°^?i' a t^ e Collector's Office for the
*®dl Portef_Chl fajto. on the toorteen day of October A.
D- and recorded In book B of Uorutates.
Ufa And dtUoll hmT<o( b£n aZiPS Si
of thel V ttwo notes berel. be:ore meatloi ed. I by
Tinoeof thep<>we rT estedla me byihe »ald norirtxe.
on S.torday. the twetjvy-seccnd day or January nextTai
Wn o clcck In tie forenoon of that day. expose laid Te»-
iel her boat*. tackU apparel and fumltcre and ajperte
?K. ce l. w S, €re^eDo^, lla , lB Braoci of the
chlca«o Hlyer. to pobllc aa'e ts the highest and best bid
derlor caih. to vake the sua of money now dae and
ontald npon the said notes,
t t « OSBOSN a. KnTH.
Jansen A Brosa Att yi.
Dated Culcata. January slh. iafib?3-4tot
Ol ATE OF ILLINOIS, COUNTY UK UUUK
AD S u£ ClTasil > Co}Ui of Cock Coonty. March Tenn.
Minnret Peats a<imlnl»tratrlx of the estate of Alfred
V" .! J*- B ib <« Malioa. Alfred H. PeaU.
Jr- « Ulianj H. Peat*. Prik F. Petia. Anna L. reau
. Charles \. Dyer-la Chaceery.
Afßdayitofthenoa residence of Alfred H. PeatsJr one
ef tie defendants abore named, harlr* been filed la the
oßce of the, Clerk of lild Circuit Court of Cook
Coaatr. Notice Is hereb* nivrn to theiaid AITrJ H.
Peata, Jr.. that the cooplalnAnt filrd ber bill of complaint
In ihf nid coort. oo the Chaacrry tide thereof, oa the
cOth day of Dtcumber. lsS - . and lhat asaaoons ther».
tisoa Isroed oat cj aaidCocrt ajcalcn said deTecdanta.
ret am able oa tie first Monda? of il.rch next. A. D.
laaif. as Is by law reaaired.
Now. onlfts joa. the said Alfre-l B. Peats.
shall perwcally be and appear twfore said circuit
Oourt of Cook county, on the ftm day of the next
terra thereof, to be holden at Chlca«o in said coonty
on the first Monday of March. 1S»». and plead, answer
or demur to u.e said complainant's bill of complaint, the
!f"=e the matters and thlnjrs therein chafed and
staled will be taken as confessed, and a decree entered
against you according to the rraver of said bUi.
/, ~ w.. t t W-M.L. CHI7BCH. Clerk.
CoreeU, Walt* 4 Jameson. Ootapru jJoi'rs. U1 b*#i -iw
ÜBLIGATION NOTICE. bTAl'fc. uiT
Illineia Oouatyof Cook. sa. Cook County Court of
Oonmoa Please. January Term. A. D. 1^?
Roberts. Gray, WMitcj G. Bartwor and M&rcellas Polk
ts.Samuel.J. Walker. L. W. Wbaton. Eltcnnd rf.Tay
bt'elby and J. Warren GrUaby -AUachmert.
Pabllc Notice is hereby ©Ten to the aald Samuel :
J' Vw^* er S }***• Edinuad 1L Taylor, haac I
fchelby and J. Warren Uricsby. thai a writ of attachment I
lasued out of the offlee of the Clerk of the Cook County
Court of Common Pleas, dated the thirteenth day of
December. A. I>. IS*, at the suit of the said Robert 6.
Gray, mlliaci G. liarboor and Marcellos Polk and :
against the estate oftheacd SaffiQelJ. Walk-r. L. W 1
Winston. Limond U.Taylor. Isaac l-hslbyand J. Warrea
GrUs-ty forthe turn of Seven hundred and Flfly DoiUn.
directed to the Sheriff -it Ccok County, which taid writ
has been returned executed.
Now. therefore, unless yoa. thesaidSaaa'l J. Walker.
L.W. Winston. Edmund 1L Taylor. Isaac SheibyandJ.
Warren GrtesbysnaU personally be and appear before
the taid Coujc County Court of Ooamoa Pleaa. oa or be
fore the fint day of the next tern thereof, to be holrfea
at the Court House. In the city of Chicago, oa the drst
Monday or January. A. I>. l-i&.give ipedal bail, a=d
plead to the said pla'.nti£s' action. !u<l»m-'nt will be en
tered aealast you. and to farorof the saM Robert 3.
Gray. William G. Barbour and Mirceliui Pole, and »o
much c»? th- property attached as mar be rjfiaeal to
satlsf/tbesald jud*ment anl co» s. will be soM to satisfy
4 t> », „ WALlti KIMBALL. Clerk.
_WiiL k jtoQKSS. Pltg s Att y. deiMw b!OJ
STATE OF ILLINOIS, COUNTY OF C(T6&.
a.—Cook County t'curt of Codduq Pi»as. January
K. I>. t&\
Itdwia U T. Armstroc* ts. S inuel H. Cor a ck. Francis
C. Crcu and R. Carey > hrke
Public notice U hereby «i»en to the said Famcel !I.
Cormtck. lrands C. Crosa. an<l R. Carey Clarke,
man that a wnt of Attachment ijjuc J cm of the ofice
of the Clerk cf Cook Cousty Court oft'omaea Pleas,
dated the lath day of Dtc emsr. A. D. lrS«. at thf -nil of
the said Edwin K. T- Armrronc and a<4la ß v the estate
of the fild Samuel U. Cormlck. Praneit C. itou and K
Carey Clarke, far the «um of nl-e hundred aaJ forty
three dil'ars and Thirty-two cents directed to the
Snenff of Cook -ounty. which said writ haa Sqea retomed
executed.
Now. therefore, unless yon. :he a id Sir.a-1 H. Cor
mirk. Francis O. Croia and H. > arty Carte, shall
Sertonally be and apiiear before the <aid Cookcou-.ty
ourtof Common Plea*, cn or oeforcthe first day of the
next tern thereo', to be boUen at the Coar; Hrase
la the city of Chicaaa. on the Grit Moadav ofyebnx
ary. A. •>. 1-55. jrtve special bail and plead to the said
plaintiff's action iudjjtnant will be entered ucaintyoo
and in favor of the said KdwiafLT. Armstrong aaa »o
much of the property attached as may be sui£deot to
satisfy the said juOxmeat and ccra. will be told to
satisfy the same.
WALTEB KIMBALL, Ork.
Garrson A HaJssa. Pit's Atfys. jtlb »«r
Mortgage sal e.— wuekeas
James Taylor and Taylor executed
anddelrered to th?
tain mortMS- of tae j.real es ber-in.fter ilts-riht-1.
bearing tie nineteenth day «-f Junuiry. A. o
andrec rdedln the Rejor ter's ORi;e of Whittle coun
ty. lilboU in Hook No. SixcfDre s. *cd J-7.
to secure the payment of two nmes rf four haidrei d •!-
U*s e»oh and irtertsr.of same d%te. uce i!ar li six
nooths snd cne in ore year date and whereas,
the said mortf\*e tmvi Jet that if defa~.lt shoa'd be m%de
la the pajaient of e.Uier »•' 9«11 n<-tes. wither cf principal
or Interest, the whole s'iou d become Jue and tayable.
Now. therefore, notice is hereby ciTea that, de.'aulth t-
In* oeea nude it the payment o the first of aaiJ notes
on asolliAUoa ef the holder thereof, oa Mon in. tlie
thirty firs', day January A- D. at ten o'clock A. M.
ofthatdar. at the Court House door, la the C 1 y of CM
caio, by Tl-tue of the power cf s*ie in s:*irt
contained, the uadtrs'jraeil will sell 'o the tiithest b.dder
forcaih. all tha rUht and equity of redemption ofihe
said James Tajl«>r and Jo<eohine T«ylor In knd to ttie
souti-west quaiter of secti m number nineteen, in town
*h p twenty, north of ratse acven east of foarih P. >!..
conuinir.* ltio a.-res. more or less, la said White-l ie
0 u&ty, Illiools. to make the amount of sail note*, prin
pal aad laierest. and the costs of said sale.
E. TRIPP
Chicago. December 31. im. deJl di d
Mortgage sale.-whereas
Abner Reeves and John 8. Pormaa exe>*uted aad
deuvered unto the uadershtoed. Van tl. illaflas, a cer
ta.a mort«we of the premises hereinafter described,
bearinc date the Mrblh day of A. D. !>'*>. aid
recorded In the &»»corder'B office in and fur Cook C
Btateof Illinois. In Hook 2s ofMjrUi«e3, P**e AJ, to
secure the pa) meat of a cfrtala bjad therein deKrbed.
conditioned for the p iraeot of 1 hmy foui Thousand and
Ten Dollars la installments. a:d whereas default haa
beenmadelnthepajmentof a partofihe om-u due
by the terms and cotMitioa* of stld bond, to-wit: aboni
sua of Twenty-four Hundred Dollars and u- wards. Now.
■ hercfore. notice Is hereby alrenthat caßaturl«y. the
fitte*nthd*»of January. A. D. a', three o'ci v-k P.
M. ol taid cay. at the North dojrofthe Court Uoa<e.
in Chicago, by virtue of a power of nle It
said mortgage contained, the undersigned witl setl at
Eablie aactlon to the bUhest bidder, tor cash, the follow,
l* described pieces or parcels of I aad. lying and being
in the city of Chicago, county and State aforesaid, and
known sa lots numbered one (U. two (2k thr ttf f o ar
(tJ. five (5). »tx (6), sevea i7l. tcenty-turo (il). twenty
three .43/, tweaty-foor CK). twenty-five illj, twenty six
(«6), twenty-icvea and twenty eish' {£;). all in block
ten (lt£* or Ulgriai. Law ACo s addlUoa to the city of
Chicago, or so aany of said Uts as may be necessary to
satisfy the money's now due and unpaid la the sa:d bond
spedfled. Theaaoe being a part or th» premises des
cribed in said mortgage. VAN H. liIGGINS,
<*lOb"Mtd Morl^raree.
CIIIAXCKRY NOTICE-STATE ( )F ILLI
' inis. Ccar,ty or Oook. &&—nook County Court of
CwmmoP Pleas. January Term. I%JI
WLliamD. Dlllard vs. John B. WrighL 0. ''• Wricht.
(his wife) Benjamin P. Carter, G«orxe acorille. James
Clapp and R. Uamom—ln Chancery.
Affidavit of the con-realdence ot a. Rvtca. one of the
detendantgabovenamed. having oeen filed lathe offlre of
the Clerk of said Cook Ccunty Court of Common Pleas.
Natlce Is hereby given to the said B. Hansom that
the complainant died his bill of oomr»ulai hi sa.dCciyt. oft
the Chancery sidj thereof, on the Uthday of December,
lb&a, and that a summons the.ecnon Isnied out of said
Court against said defendant, returnable oa the Cist
Monday of January next. la»j. as Is by law raptured.
Now. unlews yoa. the said B- K«nsom. shall
personally he ass appear befr-re said Cook County
Court of Common Pleas of Cook County, on the first
day of the next terothereoC to be boiden at Chicago.
In the said County, oa the orst Monday of January,
and plead, answer or demur, to the said eoaplalsants' bill
01 eomplaint. the sane and the matters and things tiers-
In charged and stated will be taken at confessed, and a
decree entered against yoa accardlo« to the prayer of said
bUL WALTEB KIMBALL ClertU
Wiu. * Boqnta. Coarl'u aol'r. dei<r>7<7 <w
\TOBTGAGE SALE.—NOTICE IS
ivl. herety that defauithivicgfceen ma>!e la
the paymeot of a certain PromUory Note secure i ia and
by a certain mortgage, made and executed by Alfred p.
Warts, bearing date lTih day of April liM, an i recorded
la the office of the Recorder of Deeds for the County of
Oook. and State ef liilaolv ia Bo- k 35 of 3lorgai;s. at
Page <43, to Geo. M. Gray, to secure the parmeai of a
eenaia promlsory note In aald ramxafe mcnUose.l «n
whtch t :ere will be dus on the day of sale, prisdaal aad,
interest. bghtThocsaad Thlrty-beven Dodarsand forty-
Six Cents. Now. therefore I I'atf. by Ti««e of the
power la said mortgage co'talnei. oa MoND\Y, the
34 b day of January, A. D. 1&W. at the Court House, tn
the city cf Cnicago aad County ol Oont. and Slate of
Ullnots. at 10 o'clock A M-, seUttpub'J: auctlta to the
Llghtst bidder fjr e«sh the followiss described lots or
pieces of lands, together w;th all ngM and *y of re
demttioa. situated la the cit»ofCilcuo. and Coasty cf
Co k.arda:a:eof llllaoli to wit; Tue undivided one
half of Lots oa« (l) and two 11,I 1 , in Bloca fatjr (D, Tort
Dearborn Addition to Chicago.
_ . GtO. M. G&A7. Mortiaze.
Ch'c*rs» Od. MM.
STATE OF ILLINOIS, COOK COI\NTY,
S3. County Court of Cook County, fetraart
Tenx.lSoL
Michael urants. administrator of the estate of Marxarst
Duffy, Oate deceased}, ts. James Uonn, Va entlne
West, and other unknown nanles—Prtil-on for tht
sale of Beal Estate.
Affidavit of the noo-resldeac* of said de'endant James
Began, aad laat there ire unknown panics, heirs and
densees of said Mantsret Duffy, whose names and places
of residence oaknown to said compl alnaht who dala
some Interest la the real ettate hereinafter be
longing to u!d estate, having been |Led la the ctSee of
the Clerk ol said County Ooort of Cook Couaty. notice U
hereby riven to the said James Hojaa. Valentin* West,
and said unknown parties that the complainant above
named filed hla petition in said Court on the £Xh day
of December. A. D. lssd. praring for a decree and order
of the said Court for the sale of ihs following described
real estate, to- wit: Lot number twenty-six la block cue
hundred aad thlrty-slx. In the School section addition to
the Town of Chicago, In Cock Ceun'y, Illinois, and '>** l
a summons thereupon imed out of the said Cou't against
said defendants, returnable cn the first Monday of **cb»
ruarynext. a. D. liiM. asUby lawreQUlre<t.
Nowualeayoo. the said James Hocan. Va'eatlne West
and said unknown parties shall personally be and aptear
before sa:d Ocantjr Court of Cook County on the first
day of the next term thereof, to be holdea at the city of
Chicago, la said county and iSate. on the first Monday of
ftbnurynext. A. D, laaS, aad plead, answer or demur
to the said complainants* said petition, the same aad
the miners therein charged aaa stated will be taken as
confeswd, and a decree entered against yoa teoordlnc
to the prayer of said petition.
a B. PAIWTXL, Qerk.
CankHn k Menager, Fofrs for Conpl'ta.
Chicago. Decemtxr 3D. ISag. deig b?sl3w
QTATE OF ILLINOIS. COUNTY OF COOK
O m. Qrcatt Coort of Cook Couatr. Jaaaanr Special
TentiS a.
JohnH. llnx'en.Geort*C.Bate&The Ullnoli Central
Railroad Ccagsay. and The Michkaa Central Bail*
Company—Jn Chaaeerr.
Affidavit of the son-residence ef Geerie C. Bales,
oaeof the defendants ha Ting been filed la
office of the Clerk of said Clrcqt Ooort of Co>ik County;
Notice Is hereby riven to the said Georo C. Bates thu
said oomplainant filed his hill of ccmphabt In said Court
oa the Chancery side thereof on the fifteenth day of
December l£Sa, and that an a summons thereupon
lssned out of said Ooort against said defendants, re
tarnable oa the fint Monday ef January. is». as li by
law required. Wow.imlMi yog the sold Heonreaßate*
shall personally be and appear before Orcult Court
of Oook County, on the first oay of the next fecial term
thereoC to be boldea at Chlesca. In said County, on the
first Me&day ot January. lUB. aad plead, answer or de
mur to the said compialn-mfs bill of complaint, iheaaae
acd the aatten and things therein charged and stated
will betaken as confMMd. and a decree entered
yoaacconS&stotheprayerofsaidbilL __ i
wm. L. aamcH. aerk. I
Goodwin. I«r&ad k Good wht OomcTts Sofr*
bn«
NOTICE.—COUNTY
Xlj COUST or COOK COUNTY—In the natter of the
Slate of George Coomba. deceased. _
All persons ha Tin* claim* sgainit the estate of George
Coomba. deceased, lata of Coog county, are notified and
requested to attend at a terra of the County i oort of Coot
Coonty to be held at the Court House la the dty of Chi
cago on the first Monday of febnxary next* at ten o'clock
is the forenoon, for the pvpose of having the same ad*
justed- the executor and executrix of the lagt will and
testament of said George Coombs, deceased, having fixed
an that tens for settUssaod acQtvlo* att clalas against
said deceased. '
B beaaa
JAMB 000MB3, feecutrtx.
OfUstwdand tMUnrct ofGwen OooaM, ilsfsiwX
Railroads.
Winter Arr.mseinent. i
CHICAGO 1)0 BILWArSXS KllLßOilh
LASI BHORJt UNfc
GreAt Slail and Xzpreu Scute to St. Paul.
ON AND XOVEM
ber 29th. 195SL Paseaxer Tralai will run dally. ,
GSaadajs excepted.) u follows:
THROUGH TRAINS.
ixincßiCAOo, raox statuui cob. vbjt watts A coo* m.
MO A. reachta* MlJwaakH
IJDP. M.-BUppla« at KrAiftoo. hUMaad Park. Lake
PorrejL Waoke<an. aad sutlons north, aad
arrivia* la SUlwaakee at s:lj P. al. and con.
aectln«w;th LaCrocse A MUwaakee Railroad
for at. Paol aad ali p?lats la the N.-rth-west.
_ „ _ WAHUOAI TXiri LXATB CHXCAOO at
5:0) P. It—6topD.ni at all Stations, a&d ArrlTtac at Wac
kecaa at (-.23 P. M.
CONNICTIONi
Ai SdilwantPe W.tb La CrCSse k Milwaukee iuiroad for
Hartford. Horrlcoa. Beaver Jfia Portage City, Lisbon ,
Br am. a-.d LaCr-ase a: and li.
Crosse wltft t&ree dally lice cf simps or 9C PanL
Vrlaona. rooatalc Cty. Heed's Laadia*. Red Wln«. P?e»
eott. uau»oa. cV.Uwater. Aathoar v:nn>»i.
oils aad Mlaaewta
aijc CoaaicT at JnacUca with the Poad da 1 ac aad
with the Uorlcon Railroads, tor Lac. Oaufcosh.
Wactua. Rlpra and Berlia. Also, with the M'.l»aake«
asd Mississippi and MUwatixee aad Waterto-n Rillroad
for Whitewater Jaaesriiie. Ma.llsoa. P;air.e da Ctlea.
Bt. Paal Hartlar daad W.tertown.
_At RAdseJoacth.a. with the R*claeand Mississippi
Railroad, for Harrington. KJuiorn. Delavaa. D.viea.
loU and R ckton.
PreSsftt Trains leave MUwiaxee at *:iQ A. M., aad Chl
ea«a u sti A. M. daily.
ao£> M. LSYSS9. JR., ?ap t.
CHia&O,IOWA AS I) riES&iS&A &A1LR011)
CHANGE or TIME.
OPEN TO MECHANICSVILLE.
OX AND AFTER WEDNESDAY. PEC. 1,
lASd. uaiil further notice. Trains will ran as fol
lows:
Leave CHi'od \t. 3 l'-A. M. and L? OP. M.
Arrive at Me;hanlr»vilie Uli M. aa.l 400 ~
Leave Meehaalcsv'A e JO A. V. aad ivW **
Arrive ax Cliaica liJd M. aad 6.00 "
CcnaecU3(iwltaTiiroa*hTrails f.irChieuo. over the
Dtzoa Alr*Ltr.e of the Galena aad Chicago Union 3 *"-
raol.
At D«WlUwith states for Davenport aad Maaaoketa.
At ian ire iiua wtva eMt«t lor l'orocvo. m Onloo
Grove w-.tb rtaxes fcr ItsWii. At Mechaalcsvilll with
stages for Anaoosa, Liabcn. Mf. Teraca. Mirioa And
_ PRKIGUT TRAINS LEAVI DAILY.
The tlhorte«, CheApesi and aoit txpeditlou* HocU
between Chlaajro ACd Central lowa. It beia* only
talltsfrom Chicago vo the MImIjjWI Rlrer. tad thence
directly la to the Interior of lowa.
.I®'" An A*tat will be at tae Depotla Pulica, to receive
All BAjocue for CUnvn or tn« road, which will be cor
vejed aciocd the river free of ctar<e
. M. dMiTU. tas. A Sw
CTla ea. Icwa. S7 1531 delO
GREAT WESTERN XML ROrTE.
WINTER ASHANSEMEST.
OX AND AFTER SUNDAY. N(' V. 2»TH,
Is&i PiAsenterrraiss srili !eiv«" the Wells street
depot daily. <3caday*e*cep:e4) a: fc!^*vr:
GALENA 4 UNION R. R.-MAINLINV
PorFreepcrt. Galena Darleiih. Dj!aiu Jane-vil'.e aad
Pra!rie da Ctcea.
PA'iemer aad Mail S6OA.H
Passecwr (daily) 7. in P. M
EUla. Mclleary. Crystal Lake a: d Rlc'. tnond. J -0 P. SI
OHICAGO. JULrON AND LINK,
roa Drxcs. rtaro* ir cvrtviL :owi.
Thmiuh Passearer I iV P. M.
I>f Kaih Passenier M.
Twa Throojth .rains will Central L">epct at foot of
Lake street, asf'-'i'jwi:
roj» aljoa. iST)5t. rict_
D*ily OaaJay: sxcejtJd) S A. M. aadT.OOP. M.
TRAIN.- IASTWARD.
SALZXA Aj: CHICAGO CSICS EAXAOAS.
L«Ave Dcaidth T.OO A. M.-arrive In Chicago 5.2J P. M
LeAve Jj Ta'J P. iL—jcrr'.ve In Chicane 4..S A. M
:i.CA3O. FCLTC* ASC ICWA
Leave u> jS A.M-arrtveln Chiiw at t-VX) p. M
Leave DeSalb -\ls x. - arrire in Calca-o at J.oj A. M I
B*lorr A*T) MAD»"ra lIAXC3.
Leave^J asfrr.Ue at 10 JO A. M..—arrive In Chicago at
Uave Jaae.ville al lii P. M.—arrive in Chicago at i
t'Jo A. M. i
rOX SitSX 7ALUT KAILftOAS.
Leave Exia at 7.u> A. M.—a*-n*e la Cr.'.c.wo ?.S." p. M
paneaiers for all polnU ca the Galena aad Ch'.caco
ualoa Railroad, asd Psitoa Uses, ihcaldtake lra:ai
ffrjci Wells Street Oe^ct.
Oce of Woodruff's Palrnt ?!eerlr« C*rs wt!l leave Cea
tral Depot nlfhtiy with 7.1« P. SI. Trs'.n for Dua!eith.
All tte above trains ccanect with the Ureal K*aier?
Lines diveridaf fro a Chicago.
Throuahticketacaa be ViiiV. at thpfc-V.ow'.aaofSces-
H. J. fiyaal Jlaa's. coraer Lake aad Dearborn nrc-is,P.
P. W. AC. R. R. Ticket Oaioe. corner af RaadPlvh and
Dearborn streets; Mlchliaa Soathern Ofice onierthf
Revere Hcaie, aad at the Central an l Wells street
JOtiN Li. njliSta. Prwldeal.
P. A. HALU Sap'L
g. H. PoCTsa. General Ticket Aaent.
HIOHIQAN SOUTHDn.t
AND
LAKE SHORE SAILEUAI).
1858 Winter Arrasßaaieat 1831
rriIRuUGU ROUTE TO NEW YORK
I. Bnitoa. Philadelphia.
Oevelan>L Uuakirk. BuUal.i. Suva Kalis.
Bochester. Pyracase. Tn*y. A'bi"7. t'.n!rv Ulri.-hamo
ton, StriciSeld. Worcester, and a.l lolnts la ti.e New
Enslaad Stales.
4.00 A. I»L Mall aaJ AceoapJilioa. vlt old H'culjia
ltne.
645 A. M. New YnrK
M:ch'**n lire.
8:00 P. M. New York aad Kcstos Exprenw via eld M!cl>
ican llae.
£45 AM.lrila (JtL'y. ex?e; t !vrs.> cocrepts st
Atirtaiwlia tr*lj for Mi-Lroe and Detroit.
c.Klr..* clr»"-i connections at Ufiroit w:tA
t.a-r.s on Urvat \Vrttcraila'.lrj.l.
AGO A. M. {''aily. i-aaoay* excepre:LJ conn-ptlng
illknart wl:h train !'T <xr»{: C a Air Line.
8.00 P. M. (>iA:lr, eicep; .-niutdAT. nm; i-c: al AJrilA
with trains for Monroe aad DeU-uX
ONK OP
WOODRUFFS PATENT SLEEPING CARS
Will a-conrany tne N'litht Train.
net a N'*r.t Car at Cierelaad.
llckeuean ce rt.na all ticket Oflces In the West, aad
AtlheCocpany'sOfhce underlie Kevere Home.ccra«
Randolph and Dearh.'ra streets. aaJ at tne up;-oi.
uylU c. M.>?RAY. >Vsj*.e.-n Ai< nC
1858. Arnng«aont 1858
VIA aicHita:* CRMRAL VMJ «KEAT
WiL-TXiN (CANADA) RAILWAY.
rrRAINS LEAVE TIIK «UE VT CENTRAL
1 Drpo'. foct Lake street. Chicago:
C:Jl) A. M.—New Ycr<
atDetrc't >. P. M.; Br:<!itp or
Buffalo <. '0 A. M.; Alb ji 4-JO P. 51-. .%>w
Yora ldta P. M.: PhiUdeiihiA via fclcir*.
II P. M_
&00 A. M —Clnclsnaii (Sun cxcfrttfit
Arrive at Lia:.r.n.*:i M. -»
M.—Detroit acchsoiNvcc ui.e. t ar
r*e at tVrmt >i- jp. m.
P M.-Ne» Vi.rcan:! Bo«toa Kxi r-*»—f? a tari)ayx
exc.TtpJj. Arrivr Dc'.'clt P. M ; ?u« en
sl 'a Us M<i» or Hu'Jalo p. M : Alhanr IU.U)
A. >L: P. it.; li, it mi Up.M
5.00 P. U.— and LcuiavU'.i >Uyrn»— (exctpt
Bavord<v.> at Claci'-aaii II M A. *.
LoiiUiU'e 4.00 P. M.
Only one tr*in ca »caj>i 7 at iiO P. M.
All trains coanectai Pans wlththe DaCaio and Laae
Huron Railway for balaio aad ali vclntss Vju\- xs.Tr
roatowiih tli«'GraaJ irjes JUi.way :o Klsirstrn.O»
dersbarsa. M2nU'eii.Qaeoec. ac.l a: t.ilnti la CaaM*
Northern Vermont. %l«w liac.; »lu( - Maiao.
IF" Ba«:ue che:k?d ihrocxh.
Throash tickets for sale at tae principal
la the West, aad At the seneral oSce, coraer Laka arW
Dearborn street*, opposite the Tr*moat Uotue, Chica«
And At the depot, foot of Like street.
R. N. RICL HoM"Hst<cdea»
H. J. Gen. Pass. Aaent. SI. 0. R.R. 00^)
PITTSBrRt, FORT k CUICiGO 2.1
TO PITTSBUaSH, NEW YOBS. P3II.AD.EI
phla. Baltimore aad Washlaxton Cur. wlta lut oa«
chaaxeofcArstoPlttsbtxrith. coaa»cuax directly wth al'
trains on the« Teat
PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL RAILROAD,
To Phlladelpniv Baltimore And WAAklrctos
Cttf. aad all the Interior townj of Pennsylvania. New Jer
ley. New York MarvlaatLAe.
Merchants, by tAkln* this route, Willi have the adyaa
Uce of All the eastern raarkeU at bo additional cost.
Baxjraae checked ihroaah to Pltisburxh.
Pasaen*ers for New York and PbUadelphU. will havi
their bAAiaxe checked on the cats, which U iqalvajsai |«
checkln* thrcnch to th • above points,
TrAiasleATe Mlchl*Aa Southern Depot as folic*f-.
7:30 A. M.—Moralas Express, dally. Bon'la7 excepted
Lis P. H—Niliit exttpav daily. SaiuTiajJ excepted.
Con&ectinxatCresUsewithCleveuad'ud LiAe rifiore
RAUroAd to&onkirk. BuffAlo.
Asd Boston. Aad All Interior towns r.*-K: - r:ns!aad,v!a
New York Central aad New York ACiiM:.e i4?llrnA«l«.
Also. so«ta to Columbus, ZAaes*;:;e. Newark, Moaet
v~»on. SUttbeavllle. Wheelln*. and ; 2ierior towns cf
OhlOAad Vb^inia.
The above trains consent at JO-r«n traiai on Mad
River Road to Ssrisifisid. Drk*aaa. Dayton and Clncla
naU,
VARI A 5 LOV AS ANY OTHER ROUTS.
Paasafersboond «kft wlllflnd this route both pteasa
aaiiaare«ablc. Pa*in«ihroosh many of the lanestaa
finest ?'.Uts late« Cnlted BUtea,
Passenrers at Chicago. 00 any of thereadj
will find attentive check takers at the depots, to recei?
ehecksaadoonTeyba«tA«e free of charve to Ue Pitts
bsrvh a&d Chicago cart.
Tickets tor sale atall theprtaciDtl ticket oSees !r. th
West, aad At the
aad Dearborn itrseM, or at the depot 00 Van Bnr«
street. Chicago.
BapArtlcuAf to aak far tickets by fort Wayne.
DAN'L W. 8084 Gea' I Agent. ChleAce.
JiaH. Mnoa*.Gen'\ Bnn't.
TO MERCHANTS AND SHIPPER*.
The Plttsbomh. Port Wayne A R. R. Co.
havinc effected an Arrantement with the Pe&nsylvaala
Central Railroad Ccapany. for the transportation ol
I>reu*h PrelAh's. propeny can now be »{iij red on this
line netween Chicago. Philadelphia. Balt'.csre, New
York and Boston, with promptness and des»al«b. Ccz>
tracts ean be made at the foUowlnj ptac«s:
No. i Astnr Place. i
No. 1 8. WliUam street, ( New York.
No. * Battery Places J
No. H Kllby itrest. Boston.
No. ft Dock str?tt. Philadelphia.
Depot. North street. Philadelphia.
Depot. T«el>lh street, comer Canal. Chicaxt.
Mark package* via Pv. Wayne AC. It. a..
for itirther Information. Ac. apply to
JAA W. ML'm*oN. rretfht As«r>t, Chlcaxo.
J. J. HOCMTON. Gea'l friljtht Aj?V P'.tts'ounh. Pa.
nol
1851-9 - - WIXTZ2 ARRANGEMENT--1848-9
VIA
TT.XiINOia OBNTIIAI. BAZZs&OAI>.
Chansce o I'Timg,
DX AND AFTER SUNDAY, NOV. 23,
trains will leave the Great Central De?ot. foo- ol
Boutb Water asd Laze streets:
Si. Loula Cairo and New Orleans Express....ll:oo A.SL
'Dally. Mondays excepted;
SCLoiis andCUr*> Express I&.GDP.SL
(Daily, Son lays exsepted.)
For Peoria, Decatur, 9crtnx3elJ. Terr* Uas!«» Alton,
KT. LOUIS,
Jeffcirwa Cty. Kiam. and ail points oa Mbaoari river
CAIRU.
Menrhii Nasolood. Ylcktsarc. Natches. Galrestoa.
NEW ORLEANd.
And all latermedlate p-lnls.
A stock train, with a pasnen/er car attached as fkr as
Kankakee will leave at S.9U P..>L (daily. Saadan ex.
cetted). On SAtor-iays A caxseciir ear will be rod oa
this train a* far as Urhanna.
Trams Arrive from 3k. Louis Aad Cairn at >.19 A.SL Aad
1L« P.M.
CONNECTION!
The PK tral as make dl-ert eosnectioas At
Vattoon with Terra ilaa'e and Alton Rai rr ad for Altcn
And fit. Louis, and at Ca-'ro with thi rillroad line of
Meamenfor New Qr'.eaca. Cairo oa aiteraAte
dan.
ThAlUOP.if. train cakes direct connexions At To
lono with Great Western KAlinad fo- ."Drtasfleld. Jack-
aad Naples: at fttauoan with Terre Urou and
Alton Raliroad A'ton and St. Looia, and ai Odin with
Ohio anJ M Railroad for Loola
PORTUROL'GH TICSBTJ AND IVTOBMATTON.
Applv at tie Company's OSco tn the Great Central
Depot: at the Slichlzaa Central Rallroid ClSce, corner
of LAkeand Dearb rn street: at the Pittsburgh, port
Wayne aad Chicago Railroad QtFce, corner of De&rborn
and RAndolph streets, and at All SteAmboit Aad RAllrOAd
Office In the Eait aad Norta.
JAR a CLARKE, Gen'lSapL
W. P. JOHNgON, General Ticket Ajtent.
ac39 W. R. ARTHUR. Sasx. Chlcaio Dirlsion.
CHICAGO, BCRUSGTO.N* A QUL\CY R. R.
1868. CTRANCSE OF THIS 1359
ON AND AFTER DEC., IX 1833, TWO
Thrjuzh Pa«?n*er Trains will leave tho Ceo.
tral Depot, foot ol doclh Water streets, dally, as foL
lows:
730 A. M. Day Eaji lss (ftsndut excepted) arrtriajf at
MtaidotA litoo St.; Galeaborz 4:20 P. iL-Bar
llaztar. 6:35 P.M.: Qolncr *li. P M.
6-U3P.il. bpren Onadays excepted} Arrive* At Men
doia U.li p, M..
llnfton 7.30 A M . Quncy UJK) A. St.
Trains leave fajtward aa follows:
Leave Boriinxton- 7ris A.SL A I<S P.M.
- Qulncy 4.t0 AJ4. A 1:30 P.M.
M ealesborx IftW A.M. * 7:00 PJC.
AarorAPassesAe- lesves Aaror» .:iO A.M.
Express tzalns Arrive at chlca*o«4s P.M. A S:S)AJC
Aomra Pasvnser arrive* At Co lr*» • 10ri» AM.
IMPOBTAMT LOOAL COIfIfECTIO2f3.
At MendotA with Illinois Central Railroad north Jbr
Amboy. Dixon. Prttwrt, Galena and Dtmlaith: Aadsostb
for laMOe. ToniCA, WTnona. Panol*. Rloqntr.iton, Doe»
tor. t tvwia, Cairo, Ac.
At BorUagtoa ek»e connections are made br- two
daily trAhn with BvrllMtoa and Mlaoort Rlrer Rait
raadt tor m. Pis—nt. falrfletd, (Xtuswa, Oateloosa,
Charlton, fort Dee Moines. Port Dodte. OoaneLl
flnm fltT inl iTlnnrtlnmnfTsniynil TtiiluMta slss
with WeAernStAC* OoasAsy far MeotroM; thenoa by
rAlltr Kaakak.
AtQolney direct oo&nectloni ar* mAde by stsre (20
a&«a> wIU Hirii 1K i f Aad thence with a fit.
Joaeoa Rallroa4 tor 81. Joeepb. Leavenworth. Ksns—
City aad All parts of kaosss and Sooth em NeOra^LA.
This U the only direct roete dorinctne wiat«r month*,
tifeiiii the Rait and Kansaa, aa there la only aboathu
ouloe*a«tnAlnthe whoiadlAtaac«to 8». Joaeph.
Aißy—twin naasefcrKmuk. „ .
Bekalamey W had at the Dapot asaaiUht M'(Um
OeW Seikee* «•*. Sartwm
Railroads.
1863 WIWTm ARRASGKX2IT 1839
For C«ntriU tad Wfiera lowa* Nebrm*-
** mad Kinw.
CtHUftO ISB IOCS. ISLAjTDE. R.LOT.
Composed of the
CWe«¥» fc Rwk Islud, Pearl* A Bmrai V«D«y
*ii aiaslttlppl k. Hlasoiri lalliMfc.
Through feom "chicago to iowa
»t*jfoL+S&EWithout chanw of Can.
L*3»Ua.r««i
t ' O""'
ThmttMCßttr Tnbi ! c „, Ohi-«r> dlUl
lalSnT °°™°' *° Batra mi
Jfland. D*v« port, Mesca
line, lowa City and u aahlccton.
U.OO P. M., Nl*hl Cxnrea, exe-» ted-»©r Peo
-5 00 jSSSTijfFif'"™-"• a " u "»
'hfCh'cAtoinJ Koc* UUadind Mtulielppi ujdSfla.
soar! Railroads form tn# only throtuh route from Chi
cun to tne interior of low*.
Paaseoeer trims inn throorb lo low* City and Wash
ington without detention, cr casn«e of c*ri at liie Mls
-0 Z p . 4 i. I *' , e TS?» n * Railroad Brit'ie bawna
Rock Island and Davenport.
p rg-ot«s Trains arrive atChlcA*oat i 40 A.M. *nd i.3
Joliet Accommodation at 9.J5 A- H.
CONNECTIONS.
wsti IlUncbi Central for Ualsm,
Dnnielth. Cairo and intenaedUte polaU.
r-fi' ?!T mA pK,ri * *ad OQoawk* tUliroAd Nr
GAleeeon; sad Burlia*ton,
li"™ 1 Lina of 9ta«* ii Oscaloosa.
*3* l aJ : olau la Central »V'i Southern
t Cl i T y lUlW -S ,tfraßu f«Co , «Llne^aULo*ch^
r or Fort Council Bluffs, Wiihlictoa. U«k»
w*l m** 100 ;. * ta, «r«tt. Tory eioax CVy,
Maraaalltowri. Marietta, low* Tali. Cedar Rapids, Cedar
fAilAand sJI points la Central sad Westrnlowa, N*
braskaand Kiaui.
Local and throcxh tickets oasalr at the Devot. also al
oace or fort Wayne aad Chicago Railroad. comer Dear*
fcorp and Randolph areeu, aadoflce siichi*aaßoalheca
Railroad uader Revere Hotel.
« » .. „ JOHN J. TRACY. Sap'V
W. L. BT. JOHN. Ggg'l Ticket Agent. mylu
ST. LOUS, ALTOS ASD CUICACO SAILXOAD
Wiator Arraagamfiat, Dee 13th, 1858.
CHANOS 0» TIVK
EPOT. CORNER OF WEST YXS BU-
R£N aad Taaal streeU. ChlcaKO.
tfciisi dcalii. iriiniraa aifoLcwt:
TIPRIS? llAHr— eioevttf'J 1
L«»*eCtlca«o at 11U5A.M.
i°^- v liiiPM.
Peoria Joactici .\.ii p M.
** Blooola*too 4.54 p
M IhriClCltld P. ¥,
ArHveatSuLooll. Xt.X)A.M.
Traia arrtm rrora 8k Loal» at IJ.*' P. *.
JOLICT ACCOMMODATION.
Stores* at latenaediale ftauoss.
Lea»ea Jollrt ai iv A. M.
" CJj:ct«o at 4i)p. M.
ArrtTe at Chicago latOA. M.
Joliet 6 .M
CONVICTIONS:
A\Cblcaao.vllb all the ureal taatorn md N?rth»ra
Uaea.
Ai Juliet, with the 2ock laiaad Ballroi t «eit. and th»
"Cat 01" east.
At Peorl* JaacUaa. with the Peoria 11J %aU»
road to Peoria aad Aaucai
At Biootalajtoa. wltii lie IlilcoU Ciut.ai:iilro4i!. -orti
aad icath.
At with the Great Weitcra [IU.J Eailroad
eaat to Oecator. aad west to J.wk»oaTlile mil Na&le*.
At?t.Loaia with P>dflc Railroad to Northern M'r
■ouri Saasaa aad rjjJ with SU Loals, Cairo
&ad New Orleaaj oew Uae 0' to Cairo, Mem
pM». Vickiborg aad New Orle.vi*
m ty Tickets caa be had at the Companr't Of
fice, So. <3 Ocaiborn «tr«V, <nppc*lte TrtmonX Hf>ts»e,>
Chlca.ro. atthe Depot coraer Wmi Via Burrn aadC.-vnal
ttreeu. aad at the principal railroad ticket oScea la th»
tut era. MldJleaad Wevtera Htatea.
IF" Sates of Tire aad TreUhts saae aa br other
route.
L. DAZLINO. A. H. >!O(.Rt,
[nh»] Oen'l >tu'»
CUICAGO, ST.PirL AXUFOXD DC L-\C E. I.
CHANGE OP TIMS.
Ox axd after Monday, dec. u;,
Fc\ t. ain» oa th!s road will leave CMc.vto aa
follows: '
9:00 A. M. Per Pflolt, JanesT'.lli.', MaJ'jsa and Praltlo
ill Chitrn.
200 F: M. Per Jaaejv'.lleaad MaJUon.
Trains anlre at 12:10 P. M. aad &60 P. M.
Canyirg the throoch U. d. Mail !or all qoIIU la tttf
Nynhweit.
Orihrotuh frri Ch!ca«o to Prairie duCMea wlliott
cLaniie of Car*. <Jkt
Conaecting a I'rurie >lu CWea w!th a J»!!y Haeof Colted
toaj*hc«.
oro r. nrvi »p
€ommiSision illcrcljauts.
Rkida.Wjlluv w. n. n.Tc.miLifa*
WILLIAMS M. HOUGHTELINQ,
/" lOMIII SSI U N 31 tRCIIA ST S.
V_/ No. ili S Wat." ureck <ecind >lnnr w t*X
of Weill street Hr'itie. etve their eti*lailvs attention to
ihe »%le ar:d i irch.u- of 4 l kin-li .if t , r>iljce. Ac.,
on Comralislon. Cii'i »<J*An.v* raatle on LAiim*
anii proreiiy m "tore. K.frr t-i <ie<\ rrol'.h * Co., Sl*
r.ne lUr.k. aad tieo. ftee e A Co.
HIRAM WHEELER,
rRODTCK (M)MMIS.-IMX murcuaxt.
C>".rr.iTof Cl.vk VTat-r <•«!•».
* HEKLKII'i BUILUINU—V I' STAIRS.
Rl'ir "x* llllnoit
1858 • - Wiatcr ArrangsiconL • « 1850.
N. W. GRAHAM & CO.,
JForicartfiag •lMerclntnfi,
Shlppla;
Wharf Boat Proprietors*
CAISO. ILLINOIS.
\\'K lIAVt JI\ST PUT DOWN IROX
▼ »
D- p't tn our li*»t H«i <U wtic »i rn tblf ju» Ui (or war.l
tr«*uhl w> iiii.l frccn u»'j ll<l r..r.«l *.t:i ai»l
w.timut the etP' .«ure nr It tit...U' (.g ,limii«o, auavutJahlw
la any other mct'i«>d f !;;»r.illr if
VV>al>» <ive ur u:»M .iaJ o.tfcflil attest;, a tr. rfr»h!t>-
me.ta \<y 'l*er U» >villi*. Clncloaat'*
VShrrl'uu. PlttstMrch. Nc* • Tifiin* »nJ Mrni'Mt
1 Cilro. Ullticiit. Ufct-aihT IMX ot-Ji t>7?? 'm
JONES Jc ra,
rUODt'CK .yxUCHAATS.
ADVANCES M.VDK Ui t'KUDUCK IN
/V st-re or for B!il|itner.t. ,Se tin * Kjchanae on
L. uJo:i r..r »»'«. hx t *? 4 *ii<e oa New York txiuuht aad
•uld. OXce in steel'« Ui.ci. ci raer cf L»»4iie «ij
fiulllh \V drj tVNii
3. 1 1 S U
1 COHIIMIOS liSCSiSI,
i c£>rraAL "WiiAa*. auvtalo. n. y.
LE£j 4C WALLBa. COMMISSION MSH
caaSTs.
Ho.T»atAv»a9rairr srw YOM.
wallklT& co.,
SO. 17 STATK arUEh.T CIIICAJO, ILL.
Caali Ad»*aees tn*iii» oa Prouuca la ritore. «r nfcjppej
' to our Hooas la New York. n^l»iy-t»«7
iAMbtJIU. I v., T JIMS R. WALL!a.
iLwaaa >»AU-tA.( - ,gw 1 J '*- Chicarfu.
FISH A LEsrtn,
PRODUCE MKRCHAXTS
U Dearborn itreet. Chlca<e. Illinois.
Caih aivaacei oa iihlpmenu to Bt!as H. TUh. HaiTaJa
i §l^Refer to J. U. Daonam. I'rosiJent, Itctnoliii, IQ»
A Co.. Chleaao. and A. *. KjMm.»l>»vi-. HmTal'v •*.».
F. o. dALroarrau. a. i. ti*anaM......v<.'Us o. amblja.
F. «. SAtTONSTALL & CO.,
C<OMMISSIuS STUCK liIEUKKRS. COB
' NF.il Clark aad L%ke street V>':il attcad to IM
purchase aad sale of Stocks aad iwv.vii cf every dt-tcrlp
tloa. either In thiso«4a tie New Ynri Market. <jaoi»-
Uoa»oTtti» New York Market received Jailyby
\ teiesrauh. Sales aad maue al the .-tock I>U
cnaoaeat lowest rales ofcoo-olnlon. auJ4.aaW-<o
RDMSBI Bao.lt CO., COMMrssinN MSE-
C2iaTß.
i Give lb%ir atuatioa to vae
: PC2CILL3I AND 9ALI
1 Oi Floor, (iralQ t and othey Prodnce,
[ 01 OGMMIBSICB.
f BcathWalercor. Clvkitreet I*4
not" ly cnic\ftf>.
' MURHT NELSON 1
PRODUCE, COMMISSION ,t SilimNO
MEIICHANT.
No. d HUlla/d'i Block, corner CJuk saJ 3ou:h Water-sta.
the FULTON STAHCH WORKS, Pulton.
N. *. (UAte Oawes> Hirer Compaar.) They
maaufactsre all ktods of pure Corn *rch of a perl«r
Quality, orders addrcwed to M. NILMjS. P. (>.
ptnaptaUeaUoa. ocJhUlly
J. J. ItICUAHUS
pi:i)l>l'CE COM.MISSIDN Mi:iICUANT,
I Nn. l'-i .11 VV'*«#r «ir»*t,
9lf I. n-a.i- -.,, wnl*.
J. II J me
I i:, *g.>: •>.< W »„>. t.'liica;i»; K'.lijupv. JJrn A To,
Ko.*l ,M«Hxr«, N*ii!"*. lii; * I'n,
>'•*>»• Y,nk; H»aiat < WiM.trua, st Un l(; j n>imi
ita<i'k<*p. SlT'iigti.., I. I' : I's 1 '.•[>• '.\f
P-ISU AUVA.NCKU.—I a.M I'UKI'ARED
Vy to make
CajSH AJPVAJVCXJ*
Oa ?hlpmeaU oi Produce for sals la Buffalo or N?w York
vkei. _ R. Mi.'Uli^NSY,
lr/7-fta-OO gtoel'sßl.>ct.lSl)»oa' ater itreet
SAWVEK, WALLACE i CO.,
Co mm iss ion .Werclmnls,
SK W YOII K . *
I'ndsmood <k Co., Chlc*«o,
A;hv» ta.- 5,,,:: * «i
JJ 4 KOBE3T, PHODUCB AMD
coanrxsaiON xzrchant,
Dealer la all klads of lour aad Peed, and Coonlry Pro
dace. Wholesale aad •
341 aad H3 Slatle. corner of Wolcott Jtrect, Chlcaxo. 111.
floor aad Peed delivered lo iny M?t of the city free of
fchane. rorJlvlP"-lv
ODKHWOOU dc CO. '
Comm iss ion +yicrcitanXs.
15a S. Water Street,
■ a.w.ir of? IIT
We aue rr.£PA;;Ei> to make cash
"n *»r*.a'orslupaaeii Ka«t. jiving
h« urivilrzi? ot spU.l? in it-»T jJ.j nr Srw Vi»rk for
be «.»iu*e UNDKIt\VOI»I» A
DCSIEQE * CO., COMMISSIOsf MBB
* chAQU, eoraer of Sooth Water Aad Praukiia
sue eta.
CHICAGO ILLINOIS
Bumaoir. B.n.T*noa.
lUincs & Ciquors.
W. T. Shufeidt & Co.,
UANUPAOTU&SHB *O2
-A-. CS.OSBZS*^',
U • • • • BoaUt Water Q«
'Corner of Wabaah AveaaaJ .
DlJtUlort of
ALCOHOL, PURE SPIRITS, AND MISHITS,
Alio MaaaActcrwi of
Domatli Llqaon, Banlm PlbU (
—AJ»-
OXALI2U IN HIQHWINM AND RiCTUTING 00At.
fVThe "&*de noslled at Market aad oa Liber*
a tanaik ao>»<o>ly
BAGS! BAQSM BA03! I'-
TAJHWIITiT^a
STKAJH Sifi 9ASTfAC£OBI,
IXMIU WahAki ATttse, Chicago.
SAGd AND HACKS of flTtry detcripUao
ttuaUhcdoa abort ootks.
and srißUd with
ikw iUio B&tcmnii Bzuuaiw
aDlXON PASWKLL.
ifi-ditwly U7L !
1 f \ TONS SICILY SffJU'O, *O3 SALS
. I \ 7 fcv PAffm A 00. «t»n.lr
GROSS LIONS KA.THAJUON, POK
ZO ni« to
w utrrn yarn» aPQ
QTAEK MILLS QRATN BAGS CON-

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