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COMMERCIAL. »»»
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OonamcrcUl and Montr Blatter*. K'Sn
PB3DIT, Jaa. 15. IN 9 ' ss.«Kiss S5
Moxrr, Eiciia.xge, ic.-Eschsu.ge.ia graanalli
becoming closer; tat rates aro still steady at U
It ii also scarce at St. Louis and Cincinnati Mil y JoUr f u u
with present prospects ratra must advance, unleM h
tbc supply thonld unespectedty increase, i e de.lreior
prosjxjct for sach Increase for some come
Ls by no means flattering. u ri"mc
Bank discounts as usual are 10 per ccaU on first ,od^_
class local paper. - Thirty day York bills „ IMS .,«
would be gladly taken at par to J per cent. d.s Won.
count. GoUuaregutieii. Street rates uomi- a™ ; r«l.
nal at I®2 per «nt. per month with no fir=t cUss
paper offering. -
Ve call attention to tlie new UaltaK house of jt.gu t.
Graticer, Weldon 4 Co., whose card will be found ,„ d j.™
iu the upproiiriate column. Their location in f orco aiit
Lind's Block will be convenient to a large portion lUOt™ ■
of our business pul.lic. The gentlemen compos, g-v,
iog the firm come to us highly recommended, and
we bespeak for them a cordial welcome to >lic (ll „„ d ,;
business and financial circles or ihc ci'J. lion? 1 "
The Cincinnati GazliU of Friday. Uth,, says : .^is.
The tnonc* market remainß unchwped, with e-.-oct
but a moderate demand, and the >^l'P Is _ 0 C "' S| »| = ;
rency good. Eiclian«e on the E«l still be
comes ecarce, and the maiket hrin at > 6 Prem
for Eltern, though the two mstuutionß reterred per . fcl
to in our last continue to supply thetrcußloinera
at K prem. The buying rates are > 4 <s3-li>
prem. New OrleunE scarce end little better than Cy Teli
nominal at our quotations:
Bcri«o. Haus«- aa,ra
New York UO rajs luttHi lucre b
New Orleans *' H&IH cred'a'
Stat6 Bxut—Buascb ix Dbs Moixes.—On inM^y
New Veai'a day the li ranch in l)es Moineai city nurket
opened their doors, and commenced the issue of kU^
their notes. The UUer were of course taken at o t oc
par. The rooms used by the bank are those Mom
formerly occupied as a banking bouse by lioyt
Sherman A Co. , t . .
The following Directors were elected lor the
T l F?lflec! P. M. Caaady, F. It. West R W. j
Svpher, E. F. llnoker, C. 0. Cole and Uoyt
Sherman. F. R. West is President, lioyt bher- 10.-aik
man, Caahier, and P. M. Casady, Director of
the State Bank. L. B. Sherman is the Book
keeper.—Jotea State Democrat. >««ij
CcMttuitciAL. —The rcccipla of Drcwed piiafo
were much lighter to-day, uud this, tvlih the more *
favorable weather, teuded to stitTen the market.
Buyers, liowever, were very cautious, aud did not
generally uccode to the terms of holders. The ~'c t e
6aled, however, show a blight advance on hcaty
Hogß—sC l»eing obtainable on Jots which fold
teidayatso.67£. Light Uugs were remarkably Jat * rt
dall, and except for choice tbcre is no improve
ment. The receipts of Live Hogs were light, and s' r
•we hear of but one sale at $5 gross-averaging gnm
2CO Ids.
The rroviiion market was more active, and Flrst(
holders are generally firmer. A sale of 500 bbls
City Mess Pork was made at SIG; 500 bbls Prime
at til 50. There was a good inquiry for Cut Ceeve
Meats, with a sale of COO Shoulders at $y o c, loo ? e
—holdfra generally asking sjc. Lard was firm, theep
with a •'•ale ol' 100 bb'.a prime at 10^:.
The Flour market x-emains very firm, and buyers Beef (
bold ofl. Wheat was rather easier, with t-ales ol Cani<
No. 1 Red at $1.12 for next week, and 3,000
for to-day on private ternn—a shade below the mino'
above Ggurc. There was a goud iu<]uiry for No. 2
Spring and Staudaid; but buyers not come
op to yebterday'e matket r aud but little was done, ton .*
Corn was a shade lower. Oat*' quiet. Ilighwines
firm at 21c.
At Ciuciunati, according to the Gazette of the
13th, the maikcts stood a.s follows: i »
Flour was Can to duv, but not higher. Whisky A_
advanced le per gallou, with an active deman. , Trer
partlv sjtecula'ive. We notice thisartiel' i-dull „„ H ,
at Bufljln, N. V, at Com advanced t(» CAS .
76c, and scarce. Ouiw linn and iu demand' the day,
Provision matket was, it anything, fctifler, to <l^3- Jsj* e
Ttu-re is a luir amount of orders in iwaiket l»r t 'i,
Poik ut sl7, chiifly Horn tli«- South; but it ls Thirc
difficult to till them ut this rate,holders a>kmg JgJ;
25&5 DC lier bhl biglu-r. Bulk Pork c»uld \k: so.d Mn j
to u iair extent at [email protected], but holders rontimic aud
to ask 4c higher. L"ird ts unchanged and rather
doll, 'rue Ijio advice* from Liverpool are rather pa j c
more fuvorable for ]>rovisious, laid and Bacon be- ortn
iug held higtier, under the advices from this couu
try. It is «.unpo-ed, 'hat a considerable quantity
of Lard nod Bacon will be taken by Eaglaud on Ne
through the spring mouths. pj-j
The Detroit Tribune of the 13th has the foU S
lowing:
Messrs. J. h. Hnrd k Co., produce merchants
of this city, on yesterday efl'ected sales of 40,-
000 bushels of grain, comprising 30,000 bushels
corn, 5,000 bushels of winter woeat, and 5,000 beio
apriog do. We note these as the heaviest trnns
actions that have occurred in our market for
some time. The terms have not besn made fr
Sublic. white wheat is now worth in
ew York, about $1.25, and corn [email protected] The
tendency of both is upward, comparatively lit- New
tie being left in the country. J2t
TUB BRITISH COItS TBAJ)I.
rFromtlieMarkLane Express. Dec. 20.]
t With another mild and buinid week, which
closed on Saturday with a good fall ot rain, held ner
work has continued without intermission, and
the few growers ot Wheat who were late in sow- ow
ing bare had a line time to pet it in. The ear- Wai
liest sown continues to look well, but there are
some complaints of that which was later and the
few days ot sharp frost did some damage to the jci
root crops not sufficiently well stored. Large -v-]
deliveries have continued in the country. 'I his
with open weather, at a period when business
always becomes slack, has again been slightly
unfavorable to prices, notwithstanding their
low range. While the appearance of plenty
lasts, holders show little confidence, specula- r
tors keep ont pt the market, and no foreign de- u.e
mand exists, 'lhe tide may thus continue low.
When, however, Christmas has passed, new
shadows may be cast by coming events more
propitious to the agricultural interest, especially a
us labor and the public generally have now long
had the benefit of cheap bread. Indeed, some
places have already evinced a dispositian to t<
hold rather than take le6B money, and a few
have obtained better terms. On the continent x- f
the calm has continued, quotations thence bring 1
little more than a repeat of last advices. But at
New York, while the wheat trade has become u*
dull for want ol an export inquiry, the closing
of navigation has somewhat added to the value
of flour. This firmness of price in America,
which was scarcely expected, leaves the impres- J 1
sion that Europe alone must, at present, be con
sidered as a source of supply. And, when once
the Government of France has fully adopted
the principles of Iree trade, und ceased its in- 'I
terfereDce with the supplies and prices of corn, J
speculation may be revived, and a healthy state
of trade return. w
In flailing cirgoes there have been only two ar
rivals since ibe 9>h inst., and the business done u
iia< been ilh follows 5 cargoes Wheat, viz : one
Mariauopoli ut 41s GJ, one heated Saudouiiika at
3bs 9J, three ol (JliiiKa at 3K* to 3Ds per qr.; four
cargoes of Maize at 25a to 2Ss Cd, and one of Ta
ganroc Birley at 23s 31 lor the Continent.
The sales noted week were 108,311 qrs. of L
Wheat at 4ls, agaiust 100,416 qrs. last season.
The London averages were 2,53G qrs.at 435. The
imports iuto the principal ports ul Great Britaiu
for the week endinjr the Bth I)eceral>er, in W heat
and Flour, were qrs. The total imjxiri.s iu
the month ol November were 270,007 qrs. Wheat,
236,b49 cwt. Flour.
a
Chicago Daily Wholesale Market.
Ejltt&oat Evskiko. Jan. 13.
FR GHTS—The following are the rates of the vari- |
ous Kaatern railwaTs;— Faoviiiosa—'To New York, GOc V
103 ftj; to Bostan. by rail to Philadelphia and BaltlT-cre. I
mad thence by sleimrr, Oic; to Philadelphia aod BiUl:
more, Dataatn Hoes—Te New York. 11.40: toßob*
too. via Albany, to llss'.is. byrall to Philadelphia
aadfiaiimare. aodthencs by steamer, 91.29; to Alhacy,
41 to Baltimore and Phliadelphla, 11.25. Flock—To
Kew York. ♦L.'JO: to Boston, via Albany. #l.3s; to Button
by rJI to PhiladelpLla a~d Baltimore, and thtnee by .
iteamsr. SI 21: to Alhanr. I1.0<: to Philadelphia and a
Baltimore. 11.U3: to Montreal, 41.03; to Toronto and *
Hamll on, Clc.
FL'^UE—Firm Buyers and seller* apart. Sjirinu Ex- t
tras nominal at •S.fCr'itS for common to choice:' Winter
Wlif»t,siiO<J(o
WEKkT—«ui«r. Fal»B to-dar WCTt i—l3oo bu
No. 1 Ked at 41.12 all next week at atller's cpUoo; i» oxo
bo do ca private ttrns—suppojrd to be a shade les* than •
4L12; 30J Lu do at 41.13ontrack; 300 budDll.lt on (
track; 30.>bj Standard fiprinf at 71c on track; lWObu do
on private terms; SJObu llnlccted (wclehing 4S tf.s) at C?c
on track.
OO&M—Qulet. Sa!es to-day were: CW'bu Shcl'ed at
Coc In baci, on track; bu do at £9c in bulk on track:
3.000 bu do at &8c in bulk on track; one car Lar at 62c oa
track; two cars do at Lie on track.
OATS—Quiet and nominal at 42c<2<7c, In bac, for new
crop; £?& Mc for old crop.
JtY£—2i baas prime sold at G£s ?CO fti at dep-L
BARl.EJ—<Julst and comlaal at 6>s>*oc for No. 1;
40341 c for N0.2 iu itore; and ?06b0cfor choice. Casa
dlanjll.2o.
HIGH WINES—Firm at 2lc.
PEOVISION6 Market more Sales to-dai were:
COObbla Uess Pork at #l6; LO) bbls Prime P«.rk at 411.W;
GOO fihooldera at 6Xc loose. '«•<-
LAED—Firmer. Bales to-uay wcxe: ICO bbls prime at
JOXc.
TALLO JF—Nominal at 9b:Q.^.
LIVa 110GB—Very few arriving. A lot of 70, avcraiing
KOMaold to-day at 45 gross.
BlDES—Green City, tK(»7c ; Green CouotrT. 7XS
7Xc; Green Baited.
reLTd-CUr.4I.KKi 1,76; Couatry, tjciSlLSx
SKUSED HOGB—Weather more favcralle, and mar
kaia shade firmer. Baletto-dar were:
Per lfO &L
25 Bon, avenkslnc tts. at 4<;.ui
H •• •* •• t,wj
38 M - " 6.75
64 ** -10 " 6 ill
"4<.75.45.83. a i 2(l4s£7X. oivia'K on l&uand SoO&s.
40 44 »4U). 4-'.2i. aod 4 j.76. dlvla'c on 150 and 3co »J.
14S *' 45.U&6. dlvidina on 2tW
a& ** 46.6it5.6TH. dmdins on 'iJQ C.&.
POULTBY.—Chickens, 41&1.50? dct; Turkeys, Tii'.'c
XGGS-Freah, 25c; timed, 18tt50c.
POTATOES—ileahannocka, C>iCsc; Common, &0&55 c.
BEAN6—Common, 4C070c; Choice in good demand at
9Qe»U2K.
BUOETri—Common to Good, per ton. I
BUjKWBE4T Mllla, 41 ¥ 100 Bj: good
locbo'ce, •2.5052 25; Mus'.y, 11-55&2.00.
CORN MEAL-LolUd 425¥toc; Unboiled,
BEED—Timothy, 41.£5:51.W; C over, laftS.2i.
COOPE&aGE— Pork Barrels doll at 9&e.
■ovcaexit or 1-1.
ST SUX.W4TB.
Flour Wht corn Oats Bar. OaL E*o
bbls. bu. bt bZ bfc 80. No.
By take ,
trUaL H. ii. E 6 1117 &S» 3;s ©4 85 156
r 111 Central.. 27a fcOQ auo 20
ByUU.AQ... 130 .... 2560 .... .... 446
Byfi.P.4P.duL. iS2 IWJ CIS 241 'M
ByO.A.ABuL. ...I
fcfttol. ."w SK7 JSS3 "pi S«7W»
New York Market.
Nrw Tot*. Jsn. 15.
Bt Twjoatfg .1 j_../.»4irithafa , rdemanA : 1 :
Fiotra—Markst has aga n &^^*sl. o derate ipecuiatlva rwinT
for Western and localjxwe. «nd per siate; riltLi.
inqulrr. fiaiesof ".^^.^,2?for W.st-ro: X
45
45.«0|5 S5 for cx.ra Western andJl6 Canadl
extra round-hoou O 1«, m»rk bf|l| Ht jj yoati feO CohUll
an flour scarce OrrnlT bold 8al«°'» 350 bb sto go list of dlsi
for common to choice e *l": r lO. Buckwiieat aa alcbat
Albany, emal' ertlrarn
FiourduU at -S* ana.witt
... . ng 2<&-'C advance, which fulruemo
Graii—*beat—li«iWer«a£ 1b cq T , ryßre4t 1 Thu*,
bs*t»atastop tj transactloaa. M ked Winter red n*callarl
d h^\°. h e -id *t Si'.Sil e"ma»n to prime »ltb bur- & lftry viJ
*r/o( tb>-1 Rje tf 6Sflc U «nd t 'tiruL planar
tuds are r'Parted, tue qu wfrCQlaUve dtmana _ Fo|
bastgal' advaoeed a oreonsp*cu'a- t & -|4
3 ——
N B '
toEbiSiou .ts:xe2?c
--1,1
IF. V»Sier"r«?rtSfe J SrS l t B^T
Krs r u :sf■ ' u ( r .^ a ■
Ht 2t Sh". hhouldTi
Mea's line &»» 0 ' Bacon
s*a.'.'S. Uic.uduig lo tea ha Ca'lfornU command B^A
lirl 1 tirni Unnrj? teiinS, SO.LTAi lbs ume ar«
I' ! ". d b ""ir. jSfwnra lon« ntbßl tie lot,
.In,n clfU-mi U.c--; »» J "11"-»■ "" 1 Hid
ralJolcaitt at. li.. lluftr lUamror
jwn- ffiSHt ail tr2 kt 1»1»*
firmaMOMUtVS. .
e-.vcta—'"urs tfimhftrtuii.
f-9. Mti•> 121. Mprtfcrfo. I^c i 1 LEC
LK
j'tr. Sterling rx:natige dull otitt.S I * lo •«
i cincinuuli fllarkct.
„ _ , IJan. 15. Put-llc
Br TelegeaubJ ««««»• 1 luo Bennot
Fujch-A fair demuid and the
libit w.d ai M M)»51«. Tat I.t: :r r.le ™
■ pM
■ "SS.B—>.e ;! Prrt opeae'l NUIi
r SSSKiw - 1I5?cS& 1 ic. tlid.D.con
at ci.'*it>sC.
Gnoc aits firm; K°od demand.
; Moxtv uachaiKt-d.
1 Kcw York cattle Market. CP"
» Jan. 12.
1 t c
I'.-lccs tiny b; uuoted allg t } brlier.,
e «»°. m a'uk d. 'XVjt " U
Ouiil qualities br Whi »I"W! «»»«■
or ib»* rcc jj> a tre;. rotn r*t two-t:.ird iot ttie tawnc
I wfl"le .ut.pl*. H .uir bu lne>» trua». p "*;
C J. ice,
>■ »W«
la.ter pr.ee lor heavy corn-ted, aeleaeu. ic. 1
tikvfcatti.k. case*
d Fint qaali'r. per "StS?!!,:™ T e ° le '
-'Bia,-.75 foot n
S 7.W wl'.hr
Inferior
fcWIML iDdo
il t-, . it. G.W3O-7.*. fortoi
u First quail y r. '.vnti w » ....
Is ' branc
The total receipts have been as follows; s'atut
At IKS. Ihit B"t Lent WU. Dec. /"& Boiri
II Beeves !!•* W,
- . 3 $ ::
U» fcheep ' —'T'T'c? ** • f
j}„i n e LHU •• I"*' 1 jaG
Tlie following shows from vLa* States the supply of
rs Beef Cattle at Allerton's came:
°l Canada.. t*! ri;:!! 11! 1111 * T .1215
ii. iifiiuca'. is Rei
Illinois
o M-iv o (l s
" - b3 T |i E
at , n f
irgu ia L
c. Lou.ecticut li
CS
lc QLrflnsportfltion. T ' e
* TLANTIC KOYAL MAIL STEAHJN'AV- '
t;y lcation CorapKcy'ii Ncw York a»jd Galwav Line
ni, Tr.enejt departure ti ia New V ork will he the Steamship ni .
nil PACIFIC. Captain Is cl.olson, to sail lork terlc
«.n Saturday. Jaouary wb 1 c.'. and the htemsldp CJR- f ,
to CASaUN.CapU Jac«rn.tOha.l tr..m Newark. Xhura
he day. Januvr ::7t->. touching ai bt. Johns. •. F. tore- Stab
,v ceivethe Royal Malw I'ricesol I'MSSSKe:-Firet Clais. Tlie
S'jj; Second, 150: ihlrd I>'J: Includinc fre- ticket-to .....
lor all i lie tirioc ial citie»onraitroa , l rouua H Great Britain £r
.Ls Third CIMS mitVo.«,le p.ate. anlSeJork. A>, and bed- Cc
tn' dine Pasaafe t» tit, Johns. Firtt-Clasa, 4i5: Second- ihgi
FVfreigutor Inqul-e of the Ameri- ei
>,d can Exp • ssCam an>». '1 Huusou .rtxect. bt Broadtfay.
itlC and at their otlier nlvortised othc-a In t.ie InieHor
u-r Paaaage In thetii'rd class can be secured at ?»nyof the
aboveothces to brim oerso3«oit from any of t-e p.incl
ier pal cities cn the ot rtJlway lu tlreat Britain lor 4-ia, O
be- <.rtromOal»-M«>r»a>. ALVX , lOLL( . ND . Mar.-i-cr.
JAS. C. FARGO. offi:e of American Express Co..
Hy No. Dearborn fctrret. Chicago.
Oil New York. Nov. 13. byj3m
PITTSDCRGII) IT. WAYXE A CHICAGO R. &.
1858-9... .WINTER RATES... .1858-9
ntß Tlirousb Line.
l0 «* 17ROM DATS 2 AND UNTIL FURTHER
elB 1? notice. Freight will be carried over this Line as
UL>U bdow: „ « , -3 E- \V
us* «« ?;« .£
for rS S-2
ide From Chicaco to Z,~Z "t. «.u £u Su Sj;
lit. KavVn-k l.hO 1.40 I «t' f*.,j sc
PnUsaelvUa 1-™ }'"j? |-'5 *?. j-' ji a *
jiSi'SSK V.v.v: 'S n « « Vli WC
oSfflto::::: {.«• » « « •••• » f
ich made aonve poinlß at *relpbt Office, cor o
eld oer West V*n liuren and Canal m tre<'ts. h
Contracts to Boston. New 1 ork, 1 i.dadelpbla_and Bal- (
tlmore via Pennsylvania Central K.R., Eiven bv
Off. OLAKKE A CO.. orliGfc Steele's llock, corner boutii j,
:ar - |
S? '• J - nODSIO S: o. th
tbe November 15. l»s. £
TBe VTOETII SHORE EXPUKSS COMPANY o
bis —aso— TII
m; Fast Freight Lino, p °
Sy To aud From AU Point. Kant.
ulu- The an-aaiemeota or this Conpanj arc nnsaniaMedtcir
de- the sale, rapid and cheap transuortation of any de»crip
ow tion of freight to andlromthe East via
new EXPRESS FREIGHT TRAINS. J
lore . »»
ully All reclamations for over chaws or dansces, rromctly
oni? adjusted on d-livery ol treu. t. \V e bt-« to rc ,
" to the Superintendents of the several roads on wliica *e j
l to York OSce, 176 Croadway. Howard Hotel Balld
fesr Office, No. 30 Dearborn etrett. oppoite the
rfne
ut it ulver Railroad Depot; In Boston at Western
Qt ttl Rahroad Depot, and tn Chicu-o MkhJcaa CenUal
ome Railroad Depot. _ DREW A 1,0..
R j n£r 30 Dearborn street, Chicago. _
'u* W ALLIN 0 FORD ACO , 176 Broadway. New ' Uk. J
a . lue Cnicaco, Oct.Uk lbW. ocJa bm3m
rica, ■■ "
?res- t-airo aud New OrleuuSs
con- v
once STEALER NE'V FALLS CITY.
. pt f. d rnilE SPLENDID FAST -
- orn i BiUlti! Steamer
New F*lls Olty
Will run, during the comln# Fall and Winter, between F
Oar- BLLoulsandNewOrieansasfollowa: .
,I,,.LEAVING ar. Ort. lu. at 10 o'clock A- M.
UuUL do do Oct- 3D. *5-, do do
: one jo do Nov. iv. do do
ka Ut do do Dec. H. ;m, do do
fmtr do Oo Dec. 2H. do do
four d d 0 Jan . lbt . K i. do do U
1 Ta- do do Feb. 7. *l*. do do
do do Peto. T.. 'W. do do
do do M'ch tr. , 5l». do do r
ra * ol LEAVING CAIRO Oct. XI. 'O9. at 7X oclock P. ta.
;asoo. do do Oct. 11. 'M. do do
Tbe do do Nov. W. *b&, do d& f
ril ~, So do Dec. IU. 'ij do do H
, r ' LIUI do do Pec. U, 'hi, do do
Sbcat do do Jan. If, "59, do do *'
'rl.s iu ""do do Feb. *SH. do do
'l.p.f do do Feb. b. '&¥, do do
' do do M'ch U,'&♦. do do e
For Freight or Passage app ron board or U) th# Agent e
at St. "• D. LUUt. Clerit
odl-td-blji
:t *
RE AT CENTRAL SIIC>KT LINE ROUTE
c T "?; OT -via- :
rrrTSBiEGn, fobt witxe x cqicai o
BiUl: AID
to Bob* PENNSYLVANIA RAILROADS
TO ALL KISTI-.a* CtTJIS.
kibany, __
lk-TO CLARKE A: COIUPANY,
Button A geST3. are prepared to Contract Pre^ghU
nce by T&roucb. by authorit? of the Companies named
la and at their office. No. 1 Steele'* Block, corner tooth Water
tft nr*A and LasalJe atreeta. and at Depot of P.. n. w. Ao. K.
to and b ohlca«o; oratDepouLlbertystreeU Pittsburgh.
tbe Offices ofthe Pennsylvania Railroad Oompany .a
ingEx- tie East are located at
u-i n «. r No. a Astor uouse. New York.
Winter j,' o- 1 South William street. New Ycr*. ,
No. 45 Kilby streeU Boston.
<wv) tu No. 76 Ferry-»reeU ilartlord.
No. bONo-ta sweet. Ba titnore. ir^„ ,, I
B . i» <*>o ADO «t tne tyomifct tetany
rs» than
»ludo «iFTS! GIFT-!! GIFT-!!
'' a,c -= SPL.KNDID OIFTS
"irukl ■?' US Randolph & street,
A63coa cnicaoo, ill.
for new T A. COL3Y &. CO., WOULD INFORM
si • and the public that their Gir Rook
sirelsvermnne Ur estaniish-d In O.id Fe lows' Build.
L lne. between Clark and Decborn strre'a whea the par-
No. 1; ehaserof bonk, at the reruUr reta 1 price, *i'l re
r» T,r Sire one ofthe follow ng Gifts, value! at from 41 to
Stuo Any o-rson ►ending for and not aatlatied
with' the Ulfta. can have the privilege of selecting In ita
a 41 S5 to'k making two tea shilling boo»s for
-- « «9w7#»nt« each. Persons Ran state in their orderslf *l*ts
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■ A fine assortment of Brass and Steel just recelvedby S
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Kedzie's Water Filter,
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f Thomas George & Co.
I 5,000 ol riuramers', and «as Fitters'
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■r fiTANUFACTUIiEUS OF EAILUOAC
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tl soostrncted on the aaae principle, for parlor*. taw« IB
js rooms and halls, and, especially
BAXLROAD OARS. Inc ,
« VentUatin* perfeciiy aU rooasin wWeh thij are a'.ti
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1.00-J Kess Nails—assorted rites and brandi. geai
LSOO Bdla Shea Iron—assorted. DUia
&jn Janletta—aasfrted. ...
m■■ ■■ " K.Q. " 161
T. 15 CosH Ehest zinc. „
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XIVCTB and EARS. TINSEE'S TOOLS, ic.
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and Churches. Also
nry STEWART'S COOKING STOVES.
odc Together with a fine assortment of n _.
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Commission ilUrtt)fliits. »g5
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b S Commission .Merchants, nf
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J_ Corner of Clark and South Water street.
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OaS b930 Cm] Illinois ct
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N. W. GRAHAM & CO., JE
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CAIRO ILLINOIS.
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Track* and Blldea leading directly from the old D& ,
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* Wb«;Hnc. PittaburKh, New uneans and SlempMs.
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J ADVANCES made produce in d .
•rutea gtore or for Shipment. Sterling Exchanße on
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ni _ r ,. Botd. oaice in Steei'i corner of LssaiJa and
•iuii.l. bouVh Water aureet. de 3 boai Bta 4^
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Give their ezclciiTe atlsntloc to the
r ' PCKCEASI AND EAII 1
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0* OOIOCESX*. . 3
lif BocthWatercor. Clark street _.U< 4
nog-sssiy omoAGQ. s
MTJRRT NELSO2? t 1
»n "ORODUCE, COMMTSSION & SHIPPING ]
X. MERCHANT. \
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Agents for the FULTON STAECH WORKS, Fulton, i
N. Y. (Late Osweeo River Starch Company.) They
manufacture all kinds ot pure Corn Starch of a bl per lor
Quality, orders addressed to M. NELSON. P. 0. 3400,
yili receive prompt attention. ocg blil ly
J, J, KICUABDS, ]
111 OUODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANT,
J No. \V»ierstreet,Clncaco.
-j. Liberal airapcx maile on roQ»icnm^nt!i.
_ ~ KtriHt.-<Ci5—J. H- Juubim.Chicago; ,I Yf>ung Pram
ihON. ojoii. CbiraßA: tien W Jole. t-Utcasn: HuJuicy, Uro A Co,
Cli.c.ipo- Uov.il Moovs, Naples, 111; WinKirmi v Co,
, hVw'York: iNnlnr * WoodruU, St Lrci«; J Uhbd,
rols » lUrk»r. Prnnuti-M, »';OS l»ole. Oiirago. ao.'.'.^-ly
.1 toL
..1 VOL to AX>VAJfCES
1 voL Oa Shlpntnta oi Produce for aale In or New York
fcrket. B. MOCHtcNaY,
he writ- iyr-da-i290 Steel's Block. 1M Sent Water street.
. Who-
powera. Commission Merchants.]
'o'fTdSl S" tokk.
the im- (Jnderwood & Co., Chlcaco,
redolent Agents fortbe .Vorit-wcst
HOBEHT, FEODUOB AND
H AS- * COEKISSIOS MEECHAHT,
ppn Dealer tn all klnda of Flour and Feed, and Country *rc
dnce. Wholesale and Retail.
— Ml and M 3 Klnsie, comerof Wolcott street, Chieaco, HI
m FUB flour and feed dehveredto any part of the elty tree ol
lw,r myai-vlou-ly
Commission Merchants.
'dfoT" 15a 8. Water street,
CniCAOO.
WE ARE PREPARED TO MAKE CASH
-ADVANCESonOrain loraliipment Hast, string
id ucciw h^-owner ortvilr;e of bclliLC tn l.n or New York lor
prietor. he *ame cotnmisnoo. UKDEHWOOD A Co.,
LtfA4.lv
lOOKS, TW EEIEGH Ic CO., COMMISSION MBB
ZJ* ehanU. comer of Sonth Water and Frankiia
nd SmOAGO tLUBOIA
Itrkt* S*K Dllo4lo-ll ■. OtTAXUA
Peoria Marina&Fire losu'nce Co, "P/;
OP PBO B IA. bi
CAPITAL $500,000
Paid Up in Caah 300,000 g® {
MARINE X&D FIRE RISKS fXDERWRITTEM D "
ON MOOT FAVORABLE TERMS. the
Loaves Promptly Adjusted and Paid at bi-i«
tUlsAueocy, ——■■
J. AUG. WRIGHT. Arent, \/l
inihSlOlv N0.14s South Water street. Chlearo. XTJL
—- ' ~ Count;
THE PHOENIX INSURANCE CO.,
OK TIIE CITY OP CUICAHO.
Office, 143 South Water Street. to tVe
Authorized Capital, S(JU.i>W J I'ald la and seeured, 175.&W
iiA«aoiNo 01 SJrCTor.js/. Ba3dD
J. P. Aldrifh, Jubij a. Ni. h'..a sealed
C.C. Wilder, A.t-dwards. uec
Hiram it. Smith. desrri
jBTUOUT D,B . E Ci TO »? S , : . theSl
WatsonCarr, V', u * V ,t. ' nfmc
C. N. lleoae.'aoa, Adam Muilb. Cx>k
A. KDWARr».«, Prc^id^ct
R. C. WILDER. Secretary. • .i Ten
OKI) K. HASTINGS, nenfral \ l \?°
LKWIP B. RVNl)KM.,»ntySiirn»yor. . «iieti
Fire, .Marine ami Inlaui Navigation lo.sprance.
oVlo<
NORTH AMERICAN Jt Ju
Fira Insurance Company. with^
tbep
OF HARTFORD, CONN- [rar (
PAID UP CAPITAL $-»0O 000. a.dl
Insure ajraio6t Loss by Pire only.
HUBBARD k HUNT, Asents. Cbieaao. comer Lassl e
and South Water streets. CJ]
NORWICH FIRE INSURANCE COMPA- p
NY, of Norwich. Conn. pjltri
PAID UP CAPITAL $176 000. Da
Inmreagainst Loss by Pire. , _ Afl
HUBBARD k HUN I', AitentA corner of Boulb water and
and Clark streets. First Floor. Ijoomls' Block. oeiib-UM been
'•'""•iEMNITY |
Apri
Com
V, V,u
La.
Of — sba
Coc
HARTFOED. COKH.
A. <3- E 2ST T S £•
In the Prlntlptl Cities und Towns In the Color, lec
Who will
PROMPTLY ATTEND TO AIL BUSINESS («!
1 COHHECTKD WITH THEIH AGEKOT jS
; witu r
PROMPTNESS AND ABILITY. M.
M. MAlilbL, General Anent for the West, &t ctfi
, QlpdanalL ortO-bSS-fa
By state authority
wh
CHOICD Ist CLASS INST7HANCB Co j
—BT TUB—
—^" fh^
Incorporated 1519—Charter PerpetaaJ. ft
i CASH CAPITAL SI,COO,OOC. $
CP
k lAbsolnte aad Unicpared Ui
IVI til a Surplnn of 566Gj140 10» 3 c
And the presttee of 39 years success and errjriecce.
The Caj.ltal alone beint double that of any fire lnsa- ™
ranee Company In tlie United Elates.
AKETS. JULY Ist, IJSi,
u Cash on hand and deposited In Hartford r
Hanks. 3u«»l-' l*
K Cash In trarslt and ABenta'handa........ V
U. S. Treasury Notes, 5 per cent. Interest 4s(M w t«
145 State Bonds 14oux>0 W W
Money due the Company, secured by mort-
Reaf Eytate unlncumbered tJl
Bills receivable Cl
Mißirrvixm. te
161 Bonds,«. 7, and 10 V cent. Interest annn- W
ally I61.&O Oq ti
857 shares Railroad 5t0ck................... Si'-i Wot
W shares Connecticut River 00. 810ck.... 1.-0O (V c <
M shares Ptafford Bank Stock.. §,~O (0 w
W shares Waterbwy B*ak Stock.. a,-oOOU y<
36 shares Providence BankPtock 1.57- 00 p ,
shares Hartford Bank stock.. oO ta
9,0-JO shares New York Bank ftock &13.7W Oj h.
__ 15 shares Jersey Ciiy Hank 5t0rk.......... {.W ft
r, lou shares U. S. Trust Co. New York Stock. IL3OO 00 a;
" 31» sltares New York, L. I. and Trust Oom- ei
.1U pany Stock y.
«L0w3,14013
TOTAL LIABILITIES: M t{
Unsettled Claims tot due (103,714 5S
l®y
'■» Lossts Eqltshly Adjusted and Promptly Paid. F
UPWARDS OF 5u,000,000 of Insaes have teen
5 paid by the Insurance 'Company In the cut '&
* years,
Fire and Inland Navigation. <
qi f v« accepted at terms consistent with solvency and 0
j fair oroflt. f,
Esoedal attention e'.ven to Insuranceof Dwellings acd C
Contents for terms of of one or five years.
Ontanlted on a NATIONAL basis, with agencies la I
the prlnplpal cities a-td towns. Cash transactions, free
«« from tbe objections of th- credit system- Application
made to any duly authorised A sent promotly attended
to By strict cttention t»> a legitimate Insurance business '
Q this Company is enabled to ofler both Indemnity for the
past and security for the future.
est policies Issued without delay by any of Its dclj author- £
M° lied Agents.
i,s| Branch OSce 171 Vine street, CbdnnaU.
Ma- yrßuslnedS attended to with dispatch aaj fi'ieLlty._£3
J. B. BENNETT, General Agent 1
HUBBARD 4 HUNT. Asents, Chicago. !
;T, W. B. PATCH, State Ajtent Pecria, 1
oclb4l-6ro j
(OFflCllL.]
s£l' OTATEHENT OF Til 3 CONDITION
59- ° —or Tiit—
iETiVA INSURANCE fOHPAXf, i
j -OP
ind IiABTFORD. CONN..
On tlie Flmt of Jaiumrj , ISI9.
As Rt'[uirtd by t'u Laics of the Sidle of Illinois.
Theaairie cf thr CorD'ri'loT Is JEtna lnsarance Con
ol4 p&ny. l"c*t-d at llirttord Conn- , ■
rar 4 The Capital at.ct li One 31111 ca Del ars, and Is paid
and up,
able jj, e Assetsof the Company are:
ship- CiSH, 5388.495 32.
Oish in hand aad bink. wl.h accmed la
. iss.lto v 5
C&shln tie hvndiof Ac?nu nn ! In irabv.l... J2I.SU 62
U. S Trevury Notts 4.S and 5 per cetiU and
accrued li
EEAL ESTATE, 665,538 26.
~ Urlacumbered in Hartford. Clacinnatl, Lou.
e 0I ? la\*hle and
S BONDS, $167,110 00.
44 Morxueßondv st" ? ct. Ir.t 44CM0t
0 2S ilort<ase Bo?d«, ai 6 ct. ir.t jS ,O SS w
w 25 vers.yCity vVa'er Bond?, at <s?ct. int....
30 Htftford City B:nd«. at Ct. mt tO.OO CU
1 10 Broik»yn Ciiy Bocd«. at ti V ct-In: juohjui
2> Koche.ter Ci.7 Bonds, at 7 V ct. lei JjOOJfO
5 Ml waike- City Bonds, at lo V ct. l-t o,t"U W
1 Dubuqae City Bond at 10 ct Int 110 00
■ BB " STATE STOCKS, 521 D.675 00.
)R2, 60 United States stDcck. 5 V ct. lot 52.3.5 01
ID Mite of Teaneuee, 6 Vet -Ot
10 8;at« of Kentu:»y «V ct lat 10/JW w
... 5-1 ite of Ml sjuri, 6 V ct. Int
iU S 2» State of Ne* Y. rk * V Ct. lat WXM Oi
50 !<t.te cf ut.lMlttO) 6 ? ct Int 60.000 00
11 State of Ohio, tIS«»J t> V ck. Int v.ScO tO
MOETOiGE, 54.212 15.
Moiey due the Conpacy and secured by
MarWtwe 4.212 b
MI3C£LLA2<£OU3, 5142.153 68.
SMshires Hart ord and New Haven Ral!roa i . . .
Kj 2 * Co. stock - ; «O.OWW
>g - 107 shares Eositn and Worcester K'Uroad nifi ..
■t* ct 10, .■ • laJ
BLek " shares Contiecticii Railroad ftock J2.5U0 W
« 60 «har«s o oaeC'icut River Comnaoy itock, U)0 W
'OR- Wsh»ies Cl'lteas* tint stofi*. W 4 t-rbury,
o the Conn 5.200 CO
scrith 5°
not*. Conn oS-*) 00
,ii v v 35 th res tsg e bank Uoc», Providence K. I. It.JIW
»Vj. MliCtllaoeoa»lnrsmnetts 53.653 6i
-Cm 15 ih.res Slecaa: les' & Traders' Baud siock. .
J.-raeyCity. N. Y 00
a» shares fcts'c of Idlsiouri Bans Suck, St. _
tEE» Louis, Mo 23,1=03 CO
BTTT.S EECEIVABLE, $48,055 67.
Bl'lsrecelvalla, amply secured 4S.CCS 67
nee, HABTTOED BAKE STOCK, $230,230 00,
yo shires SO COl 00
...lit 400 .. Farmeri acd &l'cha&lca Bank 4j,njoto
3<U .. Ei3ha'-ce bans 115-)) w
24 » .. State Bank SS.CS) 00
lifl .. City •*
»TVft 1W .. CoJijy Bin*. MOO (0
150 .. Coan. River Bank... y.tOilW
4>is .. Hartford Bank fO-fcOO'
li" .• Chantroak Binr... v
, too . Merchants, and Manufiatcrln'Bk. 10.o"jj 00
lsw shares JEtna Bank 10.4J0 (W
"Sltt N " T " BAHS STOCK. ©397,450 00.
21 ly J*X) shares Merch. Exshaage Baak JO 4*o 00
- .. North Bl»er 10.000 cu
12i)i .. Mec'ian'cs, a^tOOftJ
, too .. North America 'JZ.4W (AI
ahit .sooi .. N*ua« WJ.WW w>
3W ~ Ataeica
600 .. Broadway
Pram* <uo .. Peoples 10«00tt)
jJkCo, too .. Republic HJW W
v Co, luo .. City
I,iino, 400 Union —.4W W)
lio .. Uaaover
_T 100 .. Commonwea.th ,?^{ 0 n
&KD S(W .. Fhajaii
Manhattan
SOU .. New YorX
'■fO .. Market S3.WJ W
rYork l>j 1. S *\«0»0
400 Mttropolliaa ,
reet. M .. I»utcn r it P'ov ra
200 . lip.* Traderi' w-JJMW
'* S !! MS-ehiS^^"* 8 .*.*
1,/s '
o, $1,5G?,920 OS
<*cst UADTiITIES.
AND The "mount of UabLiti'S due or not due to
Banks or other creditor* fc."®*
Losses acjusted and due Hone. ongl
Lo due ;""Y.';V» «
tt7*ro Los«sui.adjQit#d i i tuspense, walLi££ [orther
proof or contested *
ico, HL All other claims aßalnst the Company are
IS.V n= rbk, 110 OM.
in w on. cltt. to™ or
HfSj iUo*!d to be Insured la any one
HO. block a.sovailts, TSC3 K. BRACK, Sec'y.
3ASH Etxteor
, giving .~ nn .ii,iT,DMriS be'oie »«. fc Justice<v!the Peace,
, otk Sor dtuf^SSsdvSSSnl-t«ThomasK. Brace, Jr..
RAWrtarr and iSade»olemn oath that tn' fore.oiog
; statement ot tne assets and
MBB- rmiceOompßijUmie.
Tankha .
HCBBABD & BU«i»
CCflQi.
STATE OP GRAHAM HARR DE- OTi
ceased. Public notice Is hereby ilvra to all per- Jl ' b
soua bavins claims and demands asaost the estate of Tena.
Graham Marr deceased, to present the same for adjodl- Baluei
cation and teUleme&tata rexular term of tbe Oosntv >ss
Conn of foo i County, to be bolden at U.e Omrt House vs.
In the oity f on the fl st Honday of Uarcb, A. AmJ
D. 1£59, belt* the tevi nth day thereof. defend
LUOIR MARR. Executrix , the Lit
cf the last mi and Testament of (irahato Marrdecd. Notice
Bv IX. H. MafSiT. # sect tbai tl
Blnelt'and, JaruvT ll'h- I s ® ial26«* court.
1 ctmb<
Mortgage sale,-wherkas
Thomas Ca-ey. of Kankakee City, Kankakee
County, and t»t-te cf Illinois, has on the elxhteenih (H>? kq
d«v of June. A. D. hundred ant tlty-elsbt lon -i|
(IMS) for vuue received, executed a certain prcmluory ■ _
note of tbatdatetor the sum of thlrty.fcur dollars and thrm
flflv «lx cents. &i). payib'e three mon hi aft*r ••ate »
to the order of M units Simon at said Simon's ttslJesce
In CLlea*o. Cook County, Htateof lldiols: and, wbersas, Mdt]
said Thomas Casey. In order to secure the p »jmrnt of t
said note, has on the date above mentioned, lifneil, TQn ,
sealed and delivered to Matblas ftmon a certai oort
fue conveyl' nu> sa'd Msthlas S'mon tbe lot hereinafter uvh
desrrloed. which said mortaags was filed forrecfrd cn *
the Slit d*y of June. anidn'.y recorded In bnokSs
nfmoitgues at pace t4L In tne Recorders nice of \,l
Cx»k county aftresald. And. whereas, default has been I>|
made in the paiment of ssid now notice Is hereby Webi
►iventbat, bytbepowcrvntedin me by said moriKace, twen
I. tbe on erj'aner. mortgagee as shall cn lnth<
tbe twerty-foprth day January, A. D. elshteea hcnJred on th
a*d unv-rlne, between the hovs often ana e.even Book
o'clock In theforonoonof saiaday, at the North door Mort
pf the Court Howe, In the of • hlcago aforesaid, sell duly
at public auct'oa to tht hirbest bidaer. for til the wher
right tltl-» a-d Interest of sail Tjom-s Casey, tcgevber ,b oa
with a'l tlsrklt of equity and redemption, la ard to eltru
the premise* deserioed as folows tn-wlt. Lot number ra )c
four 4) In fclock A, In tte village of Hartford bflcn uly comi
feet frootia<lhelUlnotsCeniralßslL-oa'J, byooehend-ed a rd
a d hity feetdeed, situated In the county of Oolc and mor!
state of Illinois MATHIAb fcIMON. UitUrscet:. diat<
Chlrago. January 12th.
STATE Ol' ILLINOIS— COUNT 1" Oh' "ti
Cook—S3. Cook n«anty Ooort cf Common r«eas, due
r couaa Term. A. D. 16j9.
Patrick Hlsgins vs. WUl'am Welch, \nillaa Welih 2d, wer ,
Daaleliiurpbyam' JeremlahA.iilC3tlla. In Chancer/. bQt
Affidavitofthe non-residsree of Jeremiah A KinaMla N<
and D4nitl Murphy. def«ndants above named, havirnc ane<
been filed In the office of tbe clerk or said Ccok County alor
C urt or Common Pleas notice Is hereby oven to ihe D. 1
said Jerem ah A. Slnseila ana Daniel Murp' y that the in i!
complainant filed hi« bJI of complaint In said Court, on Cou
tbe Chancery side thereot on the twenty-third day cf Ceo
\pril 1557, aod that a summons has ssued out of said ras:
Court analnst said defendants, returnable cn the first mo:
Mondty of Febuarr next. 1859. as U by law required. ;nt<
Now. unless you. tbe said Jeremiah A. Rinsella Lyn
ana Daelel Murphy shall penonaliy be and appear hail
before said Cook County Court or Common Pleas or tow
Cook county, on the first day of .the next term oft
thereof, to be holden at Chicago, in said cunty, cn the etai
first Slondav of Febuary, Is*>. and plead, answer or de- CI
mur to the complainant's hill of complaint, theiame
and tbe matters and things therein charged acd stated jy
will be Ukcn as confessed, and a decree entered wainst
„aaccord! M ttlhew««or«Mbm. üBiLU f
G\lloo * Hlu-hcsck. Comol'tsSo''r». j.T ya ,
STATE OF ILLINOIS, COOK COUNTY: S3.
,rcult CourV cfCcok Countr. rebruan £p?dalTerm cur
A D ISS a t
Myron Venn* and John O'Brvan. 'Conservators, etc. tae
va Mary UuslL Su*an A. B3ia laaac Bols. Esther bur
Van Wasener and John Van Wsuienrr aoc
Amjailt of the residence of M»ry DaML Fus the
Bols. Isaac BoU. Esther Van Wagener and John >aa fi:e ;
Wjufner defendants above named, havlne been filed ia anc
theothceol the Clerk ol said Circuit Court of Cook County O.
notice is hereby given to the said/efendants that said to ;
comDlainant3 filed tbeirbili of complaint in said Court on of t
•.he Chancery aide thereof, on the fourth day ofJaia- viri
ber Isoy- and that a summons thereupon issued out cf said on
C&urt against said defendants, returnable on the second U-a
Monday of February next, (isa'J) as Is by law required. sel,
Now. unless you. »he said Mary Uuelt, Susan A. Bols. n«
Isaac Bcis, Eatb»r Van Wageser and JohnA an Waaener cb!
shall i ersonaliy b«and ant ear befo> e s4S Cl'cui• Courtof del
Cook Co.. on the first day of the next special term thereot unj
tobeholden at Chicago. In said County, on toe second
Mondayo Pebmary, l»9. and ilead. demur J
to the complainants bill of complaint, the same and l
the matters and thlnzs therein charged and stated will
be taken as conf v ssed.and a decree entered against you,
, accortlln«MUiepr>jeiot , »lilMlt tio m^cn.Clerk.
Arnoht Lay k Gregory. Comd'ts Sji'r. n5 ti>2o 20d
STATE OF ILLINOIS COUNTY OF
COOK— County Court of Common Tleaa.
l January Term, 1559.l 5 59. «,»/,«• J
Orrln She-man vs. George M. Como. of
Public Notice is hereby given to the wld Geone off
M. Colin that awrit of Attachment inued out or tlie Co
,t office of the Clerk of the Cook County Court or Common p e
l'leas tbe first dar ol December. A. D. las?, at the In
nit or the said Orrln Sherman and against the ettate or Uil
the "sld George M. Coffin fcr tbe sum of Three Hun« up
dred Pollars. directed to the Sheriff of took County, nri
•which writ has been returned execute! IS4
m Now, t-.erefore, unless you, the said George SI.
3 Co Sin shall personally be and appear before the s-.id sh.
Cook County Court of Common fleas on or before tbe first Oo
day cf the nexv term thereof, to b-s holden at the Court t«ri
Home, la tl>e city of Chicago, on the first Monday of on
Jinua'y. A. D. l?o9. give special ball, and plead to the or
said ulaintitTs action, judgment will be entered acainst tx
you. and tn favor of the *aid Orr.n fcberman. and so st:
much of the property attached as may be sufficient to a*
to satisfy the saldiudginent and costs, will be solujfo sat
bfy tbe same. WALTKR KIMBALf, Clerk. i
Spalford. Porter k Jones. PU'ff* Att'ys. de 23 bv« &w
STATE OF ILLINOIS—COOK. COUNTY. J
c<
fcrm'-uPal Keitor aad Porter Skiaoer vs. Andrew J,
PubilcnoUce Is to the said Andrew J.
Short, that a writ ofattachment Issued oat of the oice of j.
the Clerk ofClrcult Court oi Cook County dated the rourth si
day of December, A. D. 15)68. at »h» suit of tbe sail? Jerinan is,
S keatcrasil Porter Skinner and against the estate •! a
the said Andrew J. Short for the sum of Three Tbou- D
said Dollars directed to the Sheriff of Cook County, o
'• wnlch said writ has - eea returned executed. aj
No-, therefore unle a you. the said Andrew J.Phort \\
shall personally be and ppear be u or; the said Circuit G
courtof Coyk Count? on or before the first dny ofthe ceit dl
ct>efialTe-n thereof 'o be bolden at the Cour House, lo hi
UieC.tyotChlcag-.oath: firstMnnd»y cf January. 'A.
D lioH. give special bail, aad plead to tne said platntifi s I.
actioniodgnentwiil b»*entered atai istyon and -n favor w
.« c>r the said Jerman S.Keator andPoner Skinner, and so tt
Z: much or the properly attached as may be suffldent to fo
satisfy the said aad ports a
the tan e WM-I*. CHURCH. C erk. il
Cornell. Waite & jAmes3a.Plt'ffs Att'ys. tOd p ]
m QTATE OF ILLINOIS, COOK COUNTY, G
U5 83 Circuit Court ol Ccok County, January Specia ®
W John 7. McColl?. and Mark W. Walson, u
M -
01 that a writ of at- -c. neat issued out ofthe office ofthe V
w Clerk of the Circuit Couri ofCookCoanty dated the eSgb- k
hl teenth dayof December. A. D. 1858, at the suit of the said T
William M'•Cully. John ?. MeCully and Mark W. Watson i
00 tad against the estate ofthe saldUeo.E. Uoytforthesum
00 of two hundred und ninety-eight dollars aud twenty three
'V ce f ts. directed to the Sheriff of Cook County, which said C
W writ has been returned executed. Now. therefore, unless n
00 you.the said Geoi ee C Hojt shall personally be and ap
-00 pearbefore the said Circuit Courto'Cook County on orbe
50 fore the tirrt day of the next Bteclai term thereof, to be
OJ holden at the . curt House 'ln the city of Chicago, oa the o
<-« first Monday of January *A. D. l*6y, give special ball. t.
00 and plead to uc said pUlntlfla' action. Judgment.will be tl
entered. • -on. and In favor oftre said VrlLlam 8
00 VcOolly, John P. McCuliy and Mark tv. Vats.n, and so e
much oi i.». % roperty attacbedas may be sufficient to sat
-113 *fs tht »ald ludgment aidcosts will b*> sold to sa-lafy e
the sarre. WILLIAM L. CHCROH, Cierii p
,55 Cornell. WaHek Piff c
Id. FARE FROM CHiCAGO TO LOUISVILLE ONLV il «
'■'& SEWiLBiST ffiD SALE 3 RAILKOIO I
T7lO R NEW ALBANY, LOUISVILLE, .
JJ Lexington and frankfort. Kentucky. Extending
Q. from Lake Michigan to the Ohio River, at New Albany
md Ol s°^orily o route from Chicago to Louisville. Prani
fort and Lexington. Kentucky: Lafayette. laQianapoUi.
a Cincinnati, Dayton, Columbus, Zanesville, 4kc.
It is also the quickest and most direct route
lln lag. Pittsburg, Baltimore, Washington. PbUsdebS.v kc. ,
fee TWO DAILY TRAINS LEAVE C-lICAGO i
Via Michigan Central Railroad as follows: !
700 A. tL Cincinnati and Louisville Express, arrivl&a
thl laCinclanatlat 10 P.M., running directly through tc ,
Cincinnati without chanae of cars or baggage. ,
:or- 900 P. 51 Night Exgrtss, running directly through to i
Louisvll'e, connectingat Lafayette for Indianapolis and ]
all other pilnts mentioned above, arriving at Cindn- i
__ nail at 13 M and at Louisville at li 30 P. M.
Both trains connect at Greencastle with Trains of Terrt 1
Haute and Richmond Railroad in season for passengers tc J
take that road eithe-fast or West, acd to take passen
gers from BT. LOCI 3. CAIRO. At, to New Albany and ;
AUo with trains on the Onlo and Mlss.ca.rp
Ballroad at MltchslL
Only one (Jhangtof Cart between
OX CHICAGO AND NEW ALBANY.
Throoeb
road oftceslnthe West. w Also at the pa»«nger station
r 0 f tbe Michigan Central Railroad, foot of Lake street, _oi
I. the office corner of Lake and Dearborn streets, opposiu
Through Tickets by way of New
Albany and Salem R AmEBK); ,, BaD - L
G.N.Bißis.Gen. Passenger Ajjent.
, Jaa.pATToa. Gen. Traveling Agent.
For Sale at llarsaln«.
I WILL OFFER FOR SALE ANY OH
all of the following property la Chicago and lo
paid three Brick Dwelling Houses. Nos. 242,
241 andSH North 1-asal rstreet, between ave
iuetn< Chtsuiuv sueits. frou'lns; ea-.L They c:ntaln
nin-rooms. beiiJes servants' rooms. <ore room, oath
clouts. Ac., and are■ fitteH wl'h gas and water
cn "a D'nes throughout; bMck stable on the lot, aod private
2it ilierlitie rear. These bulldlaa are (omljhea later
nalijiß gpltnild style. ~ .
10 i i*ive. ten or twenty acres of land In the rorthwest
W K of section 3i towq 4). north range 13, eait, et\. near
the Milwaukee itant Road and a short J stance west of
ticlstein. This finely situated, and well, adapted for
33 23 °i rd Kve*acn? < onin<l In the Sof the northwest
X of section C. town ?9. north raige 13, east, ca
Division street, west of Mdwankee avenue, beins th.wwt
MOI half etc. Tha
no W i| a fl 3e lot for subdivision; wlil subdivide Into tO lots.
01 (o a Lots3o andau in bloc* &4, of Assfes»or'ißubdivlilon
*0 CO of sou'hwest Hof section a:, town W, norta range 14. east
«v mi etc.. being 41 ieet front on Waoash avenue by liU deep to
"0 (M a 3 Jf< Land on the Summit, b section 2». town
.10 00 range li. a short distance, trora the fcomralt Station.
00 the Chicago. Al'on k ct. Louis Railroad. a
fine farm, and wlih'O acres of tfreellent woodland oa
!75 01 it •i s panly fenced and oroken. and Is Improved by a
100 w) good bouse, bam. shed, etc, and water conveniently
SW CO gituated oa the Place.
»o) cw x wiii tell tue foregoing property, or any or It
s"s AT A LOW FIGURE.
Ju lO TER^SOne-third Cash, and the balance may remain
at 1J per cent Interest for three < r five years, secured.
Oae of the above named houses is for rent low to a good
roMutaa BKS „j, >
212 15 delMm-b736 No. 5 Portland BiocV.
VNCEKY NOTICE—STATE OF lLLl
va «ots. County of Oook. 63.—C00k County Oourt of
WW Coamoa Pleas. January Term, lS5y.
ro Whliam D. Dl'lard vs. John S. Wright. C. P. Wrltht,
;M (towife) BenjaminF.Carver.Georgebcovllle. James
Si Clapp and R. ftansom—la Cbaacery.
' )U tw AffiiavU of the non-resldenee at K.. Rinsom. one of the
S5 £S
the Chancery side thereof, on the lith day of December.
lSS 3 and that a summons thereonon Issued out of ttld
vw m Court against said defendant, returnable on the fiiit
w Monday of January next, 1503. as Üby Uw required.
503 oa Now, unless you. tbe slid R. Rsnsom. shall
DM*onally be and appear before said Oook County
Court of Comcon Pleas of Cook County, oo the firs:
a.— - dav of the next trrm thereot to be fcoldea at Chicazo,
' Inthe sali Ooonty. oc the nrat llonday of January.
and plead, answer or demur, to the said complainants' bill
01 complaint, the same and the mature and things thfre
to
5-J»W aecxeoeiw«eu«— WALTER KIMBALU Clerk,
W w 4 »j. k Rooraa. Comjl'O' tjoi'r. delia?74. 4w
w aiXESAL PORT RAILROAD.
sr»;
ea<ro Union Railroads. On and after Monday, May 17ta 1
4jo 00 ISSi a Freight and Paaienger Train wlil be ran asfouowa ;
Bcnduiexcectoi: „ „ I
•GoaoSocra.
Leave Mineral mint at. J 00 P. M,
40 00 •• calamine at •*
000 to Darlington at 4.00 '
tcow BlT«We«r. 1 M
♦jy. Arrive at War Ten at..... 5.W
,ux) oo Goao Noxzs.
Leave Warren at?. B.OS P. H.
(M) W " Riverside at- *
.«MW - CahmKeatTr. W "
rifil'H Arrive at Mineral Point at. ICLOfi M ~
•JfS • P«»engersmakecloseconaectionsat Warrenwlttitht
0W 0-) fo, Chicazo, and all points EasL Also for all points couth.
PUeeilngion. Springfield. St. Louis, Cairo, Louisville
' {) QSoabaatL LnHarapoUsTttc.
W 00 West, for Galena, Dubuque, Prairie do Chi en,
;t*W W tw Rt pml. aad all poinU In lowa and Minnesota.
•«s<o ooMiectfnt aIM at Mineral Point whh fltages and Hadti
.4(0 Oj pvaUTiii - Lancaster. Linden. Highland, Museo4a,
: Dodxeville. and Points on the Milwaukee and Mlssisippl
Railroad lor Madison, and all points of Kasieroand
■■■ S Northern Wisconsin—also for Prairie du Ckien. L» 2roat
.IW W) c* Uml ft.
sto <y BTThrough Tickets for all principal points last. South
'° r 'gg' «»<So EB , eticrtip.
50 OS WTT.rTOH Inwt
JEWETT «t BUTLEB, WHOLESALE
DEALERS IN
Hardware and Cutlery,
KAILS, OltiSS, SUSEX IBOK OOPPEB,
110 Bft IISC, TIS PLITE, TISSKBS' TOOLS, BIC.
3ws or
J o ', 0 " M«. 18 UAKE STREET,
ec Between Wabuli and MlfTilffin aT3
pJe,, OHIOAQO, ILLINOIS.
£e "i r - WKT Agents »'or the V eritennes Say aad Platfons Scalar
TS
tw. T\B, ALLPORT'S MOUTH-WASH.
I I Prepared aad Mid wholesile «ad reUll. b»
£egal
QTATE OF ILLINOIS, COUNTY OF COOK, \
H a —Conk County Ocurt of Cammon Pleas, April ~i r
Teres, A. D. 1850. CtilC
HaluesH. Masie. and Fdwln Black m*n tx»cat">r of the
last «Vln andTestamentot Ji>ba High, Jr. d.-cease J. '
vs. Payette L. Robinson—ls i Ct(
AfhJavltof the non residence of Fayette L- Robias>n.
defendant above ntmed. having bees Hied tn the ofiic* of | j \V
the Ciera of said C n ok County Coart cf Common fie at ; I I
Notice la hereby given to the said Payette L. Robl'mn ' ,
tbai the complainant* filed their bill of complaint in n d
court oq th* chancery rde tfiereof. oaths 2ist day of D*- i
ctrnber. ISSB. and t'iat a suamons thtreoo-n Issued ! ... s ,
out of said cour* a?\nst sal<l defendants, returnable cn ! , ,
the tint Monday of Jxnuiry n«t. USLS), uoy law fcOT -
required.
Now.onlefsyou.ttie said Fay»tte L- Rnbleson sba'l per- I 1:30 P
ton&ll* be an 1 apoearbefore iallCo n kCo CocrtofCom- 1
mon P r eas of txiot count*, ou the first day of the tcr*n ;
tbrrrof. to be beldei •» Chicago in s f ld county oo lie I
first Monday of Arril, I3W. and plead, answer or demar I
to tbe said complainant*' bill of complainant, ibeMm- ;
and the natters and things 'herein chanted aad itaud 1 sou I
will be tak?Q as confessed. and a decree entered against '
yooaccorclng to thj prayer of sail bit 1
WALTER KIMBALL. Cleric.
Mather, Ta'tißlng.Cotapi'u dol'rs. jsl3b££Hw
ORTGAGE SALE—WHEREAS c£S
David S. Og lea heretofore executed to Thomas wlfll
Webbacertain deeiof ttortgaze.which beats date tns | cott.
twenty-sixth day of May, AU. lstt. was fil-a for record o-'J'
in theofflce of the Rewer of Cook Coun'y, Illinott, i Ai
on the 3d d-iy of July. A. D 13M and duly rscordei In with
Bookof Mortgages, pwe 104. And. whrreas, said Wat
Mortgage acd the note* therein described hare been an J
duly tracsfsnred and aligned to *amuelß. Cbaie. an.!, for*
whereas, itwasprovlded in s«ld mnruagethat If d-vauH St- 1
should be made in tee payment oi the pron gaory notes or At
eltruro'thea described in bvi mortsare. eittierof pnccl- R±li
ralcr of Interest, on the days whs: eon tne sine shou'db.*- loit;
come due and uayabie. then 'he wholeofiaid i.rir.cl:><il «r
ardintereit *ecu:edty the said cromisiorynovsi» sail cage
mor'sase mentloced ahould thereupon become lens- cc
diateiy due and psyab'e.
And whereas, two ofaaU rotes. to-wit: a ncte fcr Ctt
I4H 34.pajabls to the otd r of Ttomas Weob, a-d a
cote lor I.WU.»i, payabJe to the of Paul Com«sJ. Ml
due and were payable on the ioth day of May. A. D. K-- (
Ard. whereas, neither said notes tor any of the other
notes described la said mortgage. Ncr any part thereof. /
were raid cn said day last oamed, or ai any other time. I 1
but default has bein made la the payment 'hereof.
Sow. therefore, notice Is hereby given that la pursn- , J*'
ance of th-authority jriven In and by tse Vli
aloresxld. 1 shall.cn tne nineteenth day of J»nuiry. a. Ht,
D. between the hoars ol tea and ele*<m o'clock ~_
inihe forenoon of said «lay. at the Nona door of th>» *
Court House. In the city of Chicago, la lb- County cf *-
Ccok and btateof Illinois. ?ell t-i the hUheit bidder fcr Oil
rash, the premises tnsntioned in an l coaTeyeJ ty saM r»o
morteai'* to wit: Blocks fourteen «14J. sixteen (lb . ser- A
»ntecQ (17). and the South half of block twelve (lU> In •*
Lycsan. Lamed A Wood&ridse's subclviaion of the East f» ri
half of the Nortimest quarter of section e'ertn (11) tn sta<
' townsnlp thlrty-elaht
of tteThird Principal Meridian; beisir In Cook County,
date of Illinois. SAMCiL B. CH i
Chicago. Januarys. 10. jaSbaS'td eet
: "VTOTICE IS HERKIJY GIVES' THAT ft
_Li whereas Wl'liaa Ham dl.I. on tha slxteemh I
day ofMar:b.A. D. 1:>. make, execate and de i*er u> all
tae cndenlsaed » Chatile upca the schocner cr tcj
Teisel cal'ed the Deniaarlt,tc»:?tti.T wltu the mvrtf. bnw
aprita, tails, b'-ats. anctorairabjes, tack:e.apparel and fur
• nitore. ay other necirs-a'lct thereto avperiajtina. to »«• ""~
i cure the payment cf three certain promissory r.otes therts
la mentioned, of even title wttn ralj m.ruwe. one for
tae «im of one hundred dollars: ore fur tue turn "f icur
* hundred dollars, payable on tbe erst day of August. !.*>: J
aad oce forthe sum of four hu-iJre 1 'lollirj. piyibis oa I
thetrsid«yOciib-r.A-1) Ks whlfh wu V
i fi:ed'cr reord in Office f.-r the i>istriv-t a
i and Poit cf Chl -«3. na tee fourteen day of October. A. f
t D. i k si, and reorded la boot Bof Mort*a«3 y c
1 to;-J3. And default having been made in tbe payr.er.t
i of the last two notes h«*rei be.ore mectlo; ed, I sha'.l. by p a
Tirtue ( f the tower vested la me by the said p
! on S.tarday. the tweaiy-se;cnd day of January next. *t v»
1 U-a o'clock la tie forenoon of taat day. expose *ald ves
sel her boats. t«*l?. apparel and furniture and asperte*
nances where she now lies in the £ou»h Uracci of the
r Chicago lUver. to public %ale to ttie highest acd best hid- T)
f dertorcasb. to vrake the sum of money t>ow due aai
'* unpaid cpon the said notes. <
j ujjoiaw OSBOB-N B. KEITIL
r Jan3eo i Brcsa. Att'ys. , ~ t **
1 Dated Caicaso. Janutry oth. i*n t.' >t Kt
J QTATE OF ILLINOIS, COUNTY OK C( IUK
Ss.—Circuit .Oonrt of Cook County, March
A D. 1559.
liarmret Peats of the estaV of Al're J w
-» peats deceased, vs. Rjb-rt MalJoo, Alfre l 11. l'eats, L«
" Jr.. "UiiamH. Peats. JYark F.Peats. Anna £. reals
s. and Charles V. Dyer-In Chascery. ,
ASiiiavit of thenon residence of Alfred H. Peats Jr. rce
of tie defendants above named. ha7trn bren fiied ia t-e
e office of the Clerk of said Circuit Court of
e Co"ntr. Notice Is herebv jtivea to Al're IH,
n Peat*. Jr.. thattbe complainantfil-'il berbUl of roncia'.r.t 5.'
e In the said court, on the Chancery side thereof, on tne
>f COlh day of December. l*» a . and that a iaQr.oas there- 4:'
i* upon issued out cf saldCourt axalnst said
r, returnable on the first Monday of3ltrch next. A. I>. L'
as Is by law required.
I. Now. qsl<*ss JOU. the said Alfred B. Peats. Jr.. 0
d shall personally be and appear b«fore said tirca:t fr
it oourt of Cook county, on the flsst day of the next
rt term thereof, to be bolden at Chicago lo said county tr
if oa the first Monday of March. ISjW. and plead, answer
>e or demur to U.e said c-ciplainant'a bill of complaint, th? I L
st game and the matters ar.d thln<s tne-ein chanted an J 1
•o stated will be taken aiconfeised. and a decree entered H
-o iu*in«t yoa accordinn to the rrayer of >a!d biiL P
\VM. U CHL'RCII. Clerk. D
CorntH. W«ite 4 Jameson. Comal'is j'oi'rj. ial b*St B
7 "I3UBLICATION NOTICE. STATE <JF
•' _1 Illinois. Countycf Cock, si. Cook Onua'y Court c(
a. Common Please. January Tera. A. D. T
aobert t». Gray. William G. Barbour and Marce'lus I'cik *
h vs. ?amue! J. Walker. L. W. Winston. E lmund ti. Tr.y
lor. Isaac bhe'.by an J J. Warren
J. Public Notice is hereby tov-n to the said taiuucl
of J. WaUer. L. W. Winston. Edmund H. Taylor. Isaac i
th Shelby and J. Warren »iricst>y. thai a writ of attachment
ta Issued out of the otfcee of the Cleik of Cook County
'f Court of Cozmoo date! the thirteenth day cf
a- December. A. D. l^ 4 . at Uie suit of the said Robert S>. q
y. Gray. WiUi*m G. Barbour and Marcelliu I'olk acd jj
th>? tstate ofthes»id SamuW J. Walk-r. W. t ,
rt Winston. Eimund ll.Taylor. Isaac fh ;lhy and J. Warrt-a t
It Grimy forthe sum of Bevea hundred aad Fifty Dollars. ,
at directed to the Sheriff ->f Cook County, which said writ
lo has beea returned executed. ,
A. Now. therefore, unless yno. the saliSamu'l J. Walker, 0
l's KW. Winston. Kdmund H.Taylor. Isia- Shelby and J. c
cr Warren Grimsby stiau cersonaily bi and aypear before
so the said Cook County Court of ttoamoa Pleas, oa or be- .
to fore the first day of the next term thereof, to be holden c
ify at the Court House, in the city of Chicago, on the first
Monday of January. A. D. IaSH. give special bail, and
Od plead to the said plaintiffs* action, iudzn-nt will been- ,
~~ tered asalnst you. and la favor of the sai-1 Rohert
F, Giay. Wi ; iian G-Barbnur and MarceLut Pol*, and so
ia murn of the property attached as mav be snfflclent to
satlifv the said juti«meatan4 cos s. will be sold to satisfy
in the same. WALI'EB KIMBALL. Cle-k.
w»" & Rocgß3. Pita's Atfy. de-D-4w t>-*kt 1
',U QTATE OF ILLINOIS, COUNTY OF COOK,
rb- o«.—Cook County t'ourt of t'onmcn l\ t as, January f
iicl Term. A. r>. Esl'.
oa xdwloß T. Arm«tronx vs. Smael IL Cora ck. Irancla t
tm C. Cross and K. Carey • LrLe j
ee Public notice li hereby ri»tn to the said Samuel If.
lid Cormtck, >rancl-» C. CroS3. aad K. Carey Clarks.
sss man that a writ of Attnclment bsuei out of the oSice ]
*P« of the Clerk cf Ccok Ccauty Court o't'onaoa Pleas,
be dated the 15th nf D.-cein.-r. A. f>. lio*. attn» <clt of
be the said Edwlr« K. T« Arms rone xn l ftiiiast the
he of the svd Hamuli H.Cuialck. Frtn*l<o. t toss and it.
ill. Carey Clarke, (or tbr 'u.-n rf cine hundred and
be three dollars and ihlitj-two cents dlr«c:ed to tiie
ua ghertflof Cock . oun*.y.«ti:cu writ hai oeenrttamed 1
so executed. . . .. . .„ „
at- Now. therefore, c-lcss you. Le s !J >-raucl U. Cor
sfy mlrK Praecls 0. Cross, anc l ' arey Clarae. shall
personally be and xii'ear tcTore the *iid Cookcour.ty
> r d Court of Coami'n Pkas. :n or -jeror-thc tint day of the
■■ next term thereo', to be holden at tne Coor: House
in the city of Chicago, on the fl-»t of Febrj
»7 ary A. O. jrivi? *r ecia! tall nr.d p!e ;d to the faiJ
pla!ntl3*s action iuisneat wiil b«rn-Te«l axalnstyou
and la favor ofthesaiil Kd*»n R. T Arrjitrorg. and r>
much of the property attached a to be sdUic'.ent to
£ satisfy the aaid juuzmeut will be sold to
11:5 WAI.TES KIMBALL. Clerk.
07 Garrison k Uudsm. Pll's Att'si. ill btsi
Si ATORTGAGE SAL E.— WHEREAS
, iv I James Taylor and Joier.hl".e Taylor txecatcd
e . el anddelvered to th-unde:»im-d, Es-'VUI TrJiip a cer.
fc taia morUa*e of the premi es her»-ia»fter described,
) beariaedate Xhe mneUenth day rf Jiauarr. A. D lii-a,
andrec rdedlnvho Snorter's Office of \Vhlt»-«;de cnun
ty. Illinois. In Book No. SixcfDeeiS. -T.
Tj to secure the payment of two notes cf four hundred dl
iW la*s e»rh and leterts*. of *ame date, one due In six
months, and cnela yetr from date. and. whereas,
to the said moruraie provides that If defaiSt s'iooU
aoi In the payment of eitherofs<l3 notes. =lther of
cln- or Interest, the whole shou'd become Jue and tayablc.
Now, therefore, not'ee is hereby given that, defaulth.r
•rrt Inc oeea mide H the payment o the first of sJd notes
■ on thr application of tbe holder thereot on Monday, th
,-n. thirty &js*. day January A. D. lw, at t:o o'clocc K- iL
in,; of that day, at the Court House door, la the CI yof Cht
ir>i caso. by virtue of the power of sale l i
conuilned, the will sell '0 the tlthest bidder
for cash, all tbe tlaht and equity «f Telcroytvin of «r.s
sUdJamei Tajlor and JosephineT-ylor la anl to ti.e
south-west quarter of section number nlnneua. in town
ih p twenty, north of ranes seven eaitof fourih p. M.,
>-ii containlrc 16J acres, more or less, la raid Whuende
»lri ixunty, llliact;s,to make the amount of sail notes, prin
"p, pal aad Interest, and the costs of said sale. p TRlpp
l#^M Chicago. Deceober3L lrs<. dgjlb^oid
]\T t)RTGAGE SALE.—WHEREAS
'L _LtJL Abner Reeves and John 8. yormaa executed and
doivered unto the undersized. Van d. llitf<ins. a cer
tain mortgajje ol the premUes hereinafter described.
—• bearing date tee eighth day of Auxust. a. D. l;w, and
recorded la the Recorder's office in »nd for Cock C uatt,
r\t> Estateo.' IlUncls. In Book as of Slortawes.. ua<e 4.-». u>
secure the pajmeat of a certain bond thetein
110 condiiioaedfcruiepjymentof Thirty foil Thousand and
Tea Dollars la \nsvallm-ats. aid whereas default haa
212, been made In the payment of a part of the monrjs due
ave- by the ttrms and ccn t-Uons of iiid bond, to-w.t: a^flut
tain *nm of rweatt-fonr Uundred Dollars and ut wards. Now.
iath therefore, notice Is hereby jdventhat oa Saturday, the
ater flfteeato day of January, A. O. three o clock P.
vate M. ol said day. at the North dour of the Court Hctne.
iter- In the city of Chicaio. by virtus of a powe. of sale la
said morUaae contained, the undersigned wi'l sell 3t
west public auction to the bUhest bidder, cash, the follow
near in* described pieces or parcels of land, lyui< aa>l belnj
»t of in the dtjof Chlca«o, county aad fiute a'or«ald, and
for known a»iotscumbered one il>, two C 2/. th'ee ii>, four
(4J, five (i), »lx seven twenty-two <23J, twenty
west three .2*.. twenty fsur (34). twenty-five (35), twenty six
.ca (fjj.twenty-seven iJTJ and twenty eUh' all la bloc*
wttft ten (10} of Hifffins Law MCo s addiuoa to the city of
This Chicago* or so many of said Uta as m*y be necessary to
its. satisfy the money's now dua and unpaid la the said bond
blon rperifled. The dame being a pvt of th* prerrlsts
.east crlbeimaaldmjrtsaKi. VAS H.
en to gam bTCUtd • • MorUaree.
ton \T ORTGAGE SALE.—N'OTIOE IS
ui 1»-L hereby clven that defau.thtvin* been mad< In
,'* * the payment of a certain Proml»ory Note sfcurej In jujd
2°5 by a certain mrrttttp*. male aad executr«l vj Alf.ed «\
5/.,. Wurts, bearioedate 17th jay of AjrU. l«-i, anli reccrd>.- l
eou ' la tbe office of tne Rerorder of Deeds for the County cf
Cook, and Scaic of lilinol*. ia lk* k J'j «J Mortgage, a}
Geo. M. Cray, to se-*ure the payment of *
certainpromlsory nots ia i*ld mit'rtxa c.«6uoaed
main wn:ch t;rre will be duj oa the i*f s«le. priacioal and
-d Interest. E:#ht Thousiad TLlrty-ds*ca Djdars and Forty
good Six Cent*. Now. tner.fore I st.ad. by vmoii of the
power In said mortsaxe co tamed, on MONDAi, the
Sthdayof January, A. D- at the Court Uouie. la
~v the city of Chicago and County of Cook, aad Mate cr
c •_ Ulinoa. at luo'clock AM . sell ai pubd; auction to .he
ULi*hest biddtr fjr csa the following dwcilbed loti or j
pieces of laoda, toeeraer with all aad pqu:ty of re- j
ut Of demotion, situated la tie city of Caic uo. and County cf I
Co k, and d;at« of Illinois, to wit; Tne undivided one
ritht, half of Dots on-(D aad two i\ la Block four (*;, Surl
ames Dearborn Addition to Chictfo
. . GSO. il. GRAT, SlorUaie.
pf the Ch'cago»Dec,23d.l!S?. de 24 lm-b^il
ice of .
"SS 41 TATE OF ILUNOIS. COUNTY OF Coj->K
rtoo O ss. Circuit Court of Cock Coaaty, Jancary Special
aber. Term. 1569,
f Joan H. Klntle vs. Gesrze C. Bates The Dlinols Central
1 " Railroad Company, and T&o M-tiiijtaa Central Rail
.v.n Company—Jd Chancery- . _ _ .
ASdavit cf the non-raldence of Georxe C. Ba.es,
one of the defendants above nuned. havinx been filed In
1 arss office of the Clerk of said Clrcu't Court of C<r k County.
Notice Is hereby *ivea to the said Gconro C- Batesl thai •
; said filed Lis bill of complaint In said Court
' bui oa dde tberect on the Qfteenta day of
December. 1556. aad that an a summons thereupon
Usned out of iii* Court against said defendants, rv
'"M turn able 00 the first Monday of January, 1 as is by
F*" lawreoulred. Now, unless you. the said decree Q. Hales
1 shallp«rsoaally beand appear before said Circuit Court
of Cook County, cn the first cay of the next special term
thereof to be holdea at CCicaw. In said County, on the
AT first Monday of January, lsj«.aad plead, answer or de
dChl- taortotheaald complainant's bill of complaint, the same
r 17th and the matters and things therein chars« and stated
ilovt will be confessed, aad a decree emered against
ToaKcorJlMtolheprMKO^dWlL^^
Goodwin. Laraed * Goodwin. Comrl'ts gol'rx
AaU bi»l4«w
WHEREAS TUOJIAS EISI ASD MAKY
8. his wife, rathe tfteeatb oayorAoril, A- D.
ltts, execuieatoeir ee.tain deed a trust to the uade--
slimed to secure tbepument of acertsn bona bearing
even datiwun said need for the aura or twenty five hun
dred Ouliara, ex-cuted by the laid Ihociai Him and paya
ble to John n. Supleslnuree years from the date tc ere
.v.v of, with interest thereon at ten per cent.payable s«mi
tntns aaoaally, and for which lnt«rest»E.tarest Notes were exe-
Iroadi cuted by said him and numaered from one to six, and
»othi default havinx been maoe in the payment of lata est
stuls dye onsald bond, aaJ tne wtole pnnapal samaod the
second InteeAtrereon ha viae become due bT and at
en, tne option of siid staples, a-d demand tnerefor owe
. accordio* to tie of said bond and deed of
*"Ca IrQSI on of John N. dtapiev the holder of
«eo<u. bond. Notice is hereby givrn that on the day
aSDPPI jasuary, A. D. at the fcrtn door or the Cutut
house w the d:y Chicsit», at un o'clock la the fore
3tom ooon. I saali, by virtue of tbe powerln me vtis ed by *aid
„ .. deea or trrnt se lat pcblls auct'on to tbe h-cbest b.dder
Boulc forcaah,aHt£eri»ht,tiae, tenefitandeqaitiof redemp
, tionot said Tncmas tim and Mary d..hij wlf-, of. to.
JA£w aaj ia ihe premises In Said deed o' trust de 'rioed.
' mm " which said deed was recorded In the Recorder's effire of
.to the county 01 cook and £tate of Illinois. In bcoc lw of
ALa Deeds, pus &3> *n4 filed for record on the hsth day of
April, and whkhsiiii premises In said deed of truit de>-
cnbed are kno»n:s lots number thirteen (i3)tnd four
teen (I4> m ijcbocl Commissioner's sobdlvlilon of fraction
p*r alsec.lon slttesi In towosLlp forty <4J/, North of
f tae third principal merld:am _
USAfiT GOODRICH.
S, J.msryHth. 1733. jalt b:-93td
BTC. T?XECUTOR'S XOTICE.-COUXTT
JCi COURT OP COOK COUNTY—In the matter of the
State of George Coombs, deceased. . _
All persons having claim* a*aln»tthe estate or Georxe
Ooombs, deceased, late of Cook county, are notice J and
requested to attend at a term of the County tourt of Cook
County to be held at the Court Hcnse tn the city of Chi
cago oa the first Monday of February next, at tea o'clock
UTR. is the foreoooo, for the purpose of harinc the same ad
justed—the executor and executrix of the last will and
Beaiat testament of said Gecnte Coombs, deceased, naTlnc ftxsd
oathu term for settling tod adjuctss all daimi acaintt
said deceased.
3. - B. DIKE, Exeeotor,
jaNS COOllRs. Executrix,
e*. Ofl*«t wffl and tetfsamt of Geone Ooomb*, d«cesce<2,
re«k
llailroabs.
Winter Arrangement. tee
UICA&I 4XO 91LWAURES RAILROAD. 1559
LAKS daORZ LINK.
Great aiail and Kxpre««Boute to fit. ?aal.
AK AN"D AFTER - MOXDAY. NOTEM
.J ber QS-th. iss». Puaenser Trains will ran y>v,T
iondaj* excepted.) as follows: /~if)
THROUGH TSAIN3. l] U
sAvscmcaQ?. racMsratioi 00a. ww* watssAcocx rt,
;00 A. sL—•'trmplaeat ail Stations, reach tog MUwauk«e tlmor
at i£so P M. for th
:30 P. M.-tftopplng at Evaiston. Highland Park. L-ike sp^ed
Forrest. Wankegan, and Mations north, and Exp
arriving ta Milwaukee at 5:14 P. at. and con- wt tio
netting with LaCrosse k Milwaukee Riilruad r'm<
for tft. Pani and all points in the N-rth-west. Sleep
wacxsaa* raam uino cntcaoo at
i:OJ P. hi —Stopping aa ail Stations, and arriving at Waa> o}?
ke<aaat«:3SP. M.
'joHwrcnosa, a?V
At vtUwaokbe with La CrcLf A Milwaukee Railroad for »w
Hvtr&rd.Ucrricoa.BeaTer.J'Un. Portage City. Lisr>on. * Ttj
Bpana. and connecting at tfpaita aad La- line
Crosse with three dally Une of stages *cr 8'- Paul. ard i
Winona. Fountain Clt?, Seed's Lar-dlns. Hrd W!ng«Pres burg)
cott. Had«on.st;ijwater. Has'.iaia. ?t. Aathony Minneaj>« York
oi'J and Minnesota.
Al> CosskCT at Junction with the Pond dal ac and Two
with lie Horlcon lor Fond da Lac. Tick'
Wau: on. Ripon and Herlin. Also, with the Milwaukee y 0
and M:s.iU«iprl and MilwaaVee and Watertova Railroad R,»e
for Whitewater Jancsvir.-. S!*Ji*en. Prairie da Chlea. tl
St- Paul Hartlv-d aad W.t-rtown. rort'
At Racine Jcnrti.n. wit:; t!.«- Kaclne and Mississippi o' tt
Raiixoa'i. fcr U-ar.lagtox Eikhon. Delavan. D«rien. rivti
loit and R 'cfcton. r,ani
FreUht T-a:as leave MUwankee at ScCO A. M., aad Chi- r
eago at A. M. daily. iAT
co2J hi. L. JR.. Sup t.
Crtia(ill,lU\TA AM' .VrISKASKA UIILKOID 'l
CHANGE OT TIME.
OPEN TO MECHANICSVII.LE.
ON AND AFTER WKDSESDAT. PEC. 1, TI
123 i. un'il 'nrtlier notice. Trains will ma aa foU Pl't
tea;
Leave Ciir.lon at £ 1" A. M. and 130 P. M. »tp
Arriveit lilj M. aad 8.00 '* pu h
Leave j s* l*J A. M. and* l*J ** P<
amve at CUnton li-u M.aado.ol " tw«
fr.r over tha Fi
Olxoc Air.tic?of tee Galeaa and O'uicago Union Rali- ti
raod. t.'i
At PeTVltt w.th stages for Daveapo t aad Maquoketa. {/ *.
atYaaaee Eun «iu suutus .ct loroaK.. at union _
Gruve f.lti -tages lli-ti:. At with
(or Anamcsa. LLboo. ill. Yemen. Manoa and ~ ,
2edar Kapids.
/HUGH? TS\IN? LilAV>. DAILY. N \
ahcrteau Cheapest and tzjH nottM Jo^
oetween C.ilcago and Centrai lowa. It beUig only phi
Biles from C-icigo to the Aiver. aad thence Alt
directly into the laterlor of !owa. F.<
IT An Agent wiil be at the i'-cotin Fulton, to receive Wf
all lagg.vc for Clinton or tho road, which *;!1 be cor- T
veyed ac.Ovj the river ftee of cLari» ipe
M. SSUTIt. I;., i trc
Clin en. lowa. "• ov. 3» !■■£>*. de\o cU.
tiEKAT Vfl-STKUS JUiL ROITE.
WIHT2B AP.SAJt3EME2fT. «,
OK aXD AiTEK SUNDAY. N« 'V. 2STH, f c t
Px^seage"Trains wl!j the t7eliii itrwe* j'r
depot .la:iy. (Sar.lt.l3r excepted) as follJW*.: 1
GALENA A OITOA -o ti'os R. R.-HAINT.I>*i. *'. l
Gal-~a. Dur'.eitlw Beloit, Jams ville and *'.*
Prair.e da Chlea. it"
Pl'secser ar.d Mail SSO.LH.
Pis\ea«r (dally) T.in P. M "
EUin. .Mellcary. Crjstal Late a: d Rlc'mc.ad. i2O P. il« * ,
O'UCAGO. j CLTON aND IOWA LINE. of
rc-a dixu*. ruLTOS as- csttuil :o*i.
Pagsfnier H* Pc
D* Passenger J J 1 P. V.
Two Through .rains will lc-vc Central Depot at foot of .
Lake street, as fv hjws;
roa-iLSsa. Dcau:Ta isoar. ps'jl., _ wi
Dally Irian Jay; excepted)... s ia A. M. and7.U)P. M.
TRAINS EASTWARD. C»
aaLai isDcaicaoo csios sansoxn. te
Leave Dunieith 7.1X1 A. M.— arrive In Chicago 5.33 P. M lr '
Leave Jc 7.'A> r. M.—arrtvo in Chicago <.5 A. M.
7CT.TO* ASDTOWAU'SiS.
filtci 10 OCA. M—arrive In Chicago at p'/'O P. Si-
Leave Djiialb r,lj A. 11.—arrive In Chicago at Vo JL U
asLo.T wn Haot<va BSAVOH. t
Leave Janesvilleat 10 JU A. M..—arrive ia Chicago at L
5.30 ?U 1 <
Leave Jane vllle at ajn P. M.—arrive Li Chicago at 12
*uSA.M. i
fcx >:7ii TiiiiT aaoaoAd.
Leave Egln at. A. M.—arrive la Chlcaro 9.55 P. M
Passengers for ail T>cintg on the Galena and Chicago
Union Railroad, and Fulton Lines, should tale the traisi
from Wells Street Depot
One of Woodruff's Patent Electa* C*rswil! leave Cea
tral Depot nightly with 7.1W P. M. Train for Dunleith. p
All tne above trains connect with the Great Eaxtere I
Lines diverging from Chicago.
Through tickets can be boafhtat tMsWJowingolces:
! U. J. ripaalding's.cc.rne7 Lake and- Dearborn streets. P.
F. W. AO. R. 2. Ticket OSce. corner of Randolph and f
Dearbera streets; Michigan Southern Offlce under the
Revere House, and at the Central and Wells street Depots
JOUN B. TURNER. President .
P. A. HALL. Snr'L S
H. H. PoßTxa. Genera! TV.kel Ai?ept. coS* _ r
JttIOHIOAN SOUTEHHft J
AMD I
LAKE SUORK KAlLtluA!>.
iBiB Winter Arrangement.........1854 L
/■fWIRuUGn ROUTE TO KEW TURK
L Boston. Philadelphia. Baltimore. Waahlneton. 5
Cleveland rittoburvh. Dunkirk. Buffalo. Niagara F<i!la.
Bochester. Pyraeuie. Tr-jy. Albary, Emir*. Bln.hamo
ton. Sprnxfield. Worcester, and all points la the New s
Ensland States. c
5:00 A.M. Mill and Accomodation, via old Michigan «.
i ne. • ,
6:45 A. M. New York F.xpress leaves Chicago via old r
Michigan line.
6:00 P. M. New V ock and Uostoa Express, via old Mlc» 1
lean line.
6:45 A.LI-lraia (d\ily. <x;ert Sendajs.) conrects at
Adriaiwltn traia for Munroe and Detroit,
cioie cornrctions a» Deirott with
trains oa <>n-at Western Railronl. 1
5:00 A. M. (daily, Sanaay* excepted.) connecting
Elkhart wl h train .'or Goshen Air Lire. (
8.00 P. M. (Jally. excep'. .-.nurdiy. l corr.rct at Adrian
witii trains (or Monroe and Detroit. 1
ONE 01 1
WOODEBFFB PATENT SiKEPITO CASS ,
Wlil arcompanv the Night Trila. I
' tyPas«eni:ers leavlag on the A.M, train
get a Night Car at Cleveland,
tickets can tie haa at all ilcket OSces la the West, anc ]
1 at the Coapany'sOOce under the Revere House, corner
Randolph and Dearborn streets, and it tae depot.
mylO (*. M.GRAY. General "Aestern Agenw
1858. "Winter Arrangement. 1858
•. VIA CENTRAL AND GHKAT
. WESTERN (CANADA) RAILWAY.
• rpRAIKS LEAVE THE GREAT CEXTR.VL
I 1 Depou foot rf LaVe street. Chicago;
i fi;00 A. St.—Mew York Kxpress— irrive
at Detroit S.'-.O P. M.; Suvens'cß bridge, cr
Buffalo 4:-'4) A. M.: Alhu.iv «:J0 P. M.. New
1 Ycrx P. H-: Pailadeiphla via ilixiia.
, u P.iL
. C; 00 A. M —Ciaclaaat! Sxpre^—fgan.lars excepted)-
I Arrive at CTnclnnatl at ?.*&P. M.
I 7-j4. il.—De'.rcit Accomrdvloa (exceit Sunday) ar
» rive at Detroit UitijP. M.
1 P. M.—New Yorx and Bo*toa 2rrre«»—(?aturJays
» excet fd>. Arrive P. M ; ruyren-
sija l»r:d« or Buffalo P. M : Albaav iu.wl
0 A. M.; New i'orkt.J P.M.: Boston 11 ijRM
S.ftj f. il.—Cincinnali and Louisville Kxprnsv-(except
SatnrdJV.) Arr've at
LoutsvCle 4;<X> f. 51,
Only one train oa *'tu:a;iy it t.vO P. M.
All trains cynncc: it Parij with the Buffalo tnd Laas
3 Huron Railway for IlufTalo and all poiriUi Kx-t: at Ts
d roatowlih the .Graad Tmr< lUllwrj to Ring>ton.Os
denaborth. lloatreal. Queoto. and ai po.atA la CaaaXs
I. East. Northern Vermont. New Ham;3Ulreand blalae.
». through.
i- Through tickets for sale at ine principal Railroad offi^et
". In the West, aad at the seneral cfflce. corcer Lake and
1- Dearborn streets, opposite ihe Tremoat iiotue. Chica**.
x and at the dccot. foot of Like street. , , ,
1 R. N. RlCt fiarerintendenk
e H. J. yyiU'iaa. Gen. Pass. Agent. >l. C. R.R. noiO
i PITTSBCSCt. FU&T \VAV>E h, CHICAGO K.S
fTtO FITTSBUBSH, NEW YORK. PHILADEI
3 X phla. Baltimore aad Washington City, wiia tut one
r - changeofcarstoPltubursh. connecting diracCy with al'
• tralttsonthegreat _ _
'* FINNSYLVAIIIA CSNTRAL RAILROAD.
e To New York. Philadelphia. Baltimore and WasSlngtoa
i City, and all the interior towns of Pennaylv-nla. New Jez
- ley, New York Maryland. Ac.
e Merchants, by taking this route, wllll hsve th.e adva&>
i- Use of all the eastern markets at no add'tluaal cciU
Baggage checked through to Plttnborgn.
e Passengers for New York aad Philadelphia, will havi
a ' their baggage checked on the cars, which Is equivalent ts
cheeking thro cab io the above points.
TralnsleaveMlchigaD Southern Depot as follows;
- 7:JU A. ML— Morning Express, dally. Sunday • excepted
c 5:45 P. M.—Wight Eipresj, dally. excepted.
& OoaneetlngatCrestlnewtthGevu*naaad Laxe dsore
d Railroad toDunkirk. Buffalo. Niagru-i Fails. New York
r- aad Boston, and all interior towns cf cngiand, via
L Mew York Central and New York knn ir ie Reliroada.
d *i»o- soath to Columbus. Za&esvllle. Newark. Monet
r. v*-«on. gttfibeavllle. Watellng. and -nterlor towns of
Ohloand Vindrus. _ .
J, The anovs trains connect at Forrest with trains oa Mad
i<i River Road to gprlnafleld. Urbanna. Dayton and Clncio
j natL
ie FARE AJS LOW AS ANT OTHZR ROUTK.
at Passengers bound east will And this route both plena
and agreeable, passine through many of tha lanastan
:e ttaestcitleslatne United States,
f. Passengers arriving at Chlcajo. on any of theroadi
e. will find attentive check takers at ths depots, to receiv
in checks and esonvey bagjags Iree of charge to the PUts
3t b«3th and Chicago cars.
v- Tickets for sale ataUUiesrlneloal ticket olEces In th
West, and at the Company f offlce. corner of Rando!?
■a and Dearborn streets, or at the depot on Van Burß
ur ttreet. Chicago. _
J- BepartlculartoaskfjrUcketsbyFortWayjsi. ,
ix DAN'L W. BCBB, Qaa'l Aasnt, Chicago.
' £ JAS.H. Vooa«.Gen'l Buo't.
of TO MERCHANT* AND SHIPPERS
to The Plttaborgh. Fort Wayne A <"b'cago R. R. Co
-2d Laving effected an arrangement with the Pennsylvania
1* Ceatral Railroad Company, for the traniportatloa of
Through Freight*, property can now be ahlopvdon thU
Uae cetween Chlfaro. Pnlladelphla. Baltimore. New
~ York and Boston, with rrcortncsa and despaton. C 00.5
.5 tracts can be mad# at the following pIaCM:
la No. 3 AlW>r Place. i _ .
Na. 1 8. William street,> New York.
P No. ■* Battery Plaea. )
~ j No. Kllbj atrest,
c r No. eDoek street, PhllaileiphlA.
a ; Depot. North street, Philadelphia.
I Depot, Twelfth street, comer CanaL Chlcasc.
>lark packages via P.. Ft. Wayne A C. H. &.
a ,\ Jot funner Information. 4c.. anplv to
, T . JAf>. W. Frelsht Aient Chicago,
he J. J- HOUSTON. &<*'! Prilght Ag*t, Pittsburgh. Pa.
he oo J
S 1858.9 - -WISTEiI ABKASOEMarr- -18S8-9
he via
r °l OBNTHAi BAZZAOAP.
Chance of' Time.
"t AND AFTER SUNDAY. NOV. 2S,
Vv'tralnj will leave the Great Central Depot, foot cf
: South Water and Lake streets:
a St. Louis, Cairo and New Orteans Express....ll:oo A.M.
- (Daily, ton days excepted.)
>K St. Louij and Cairo Express 10:00 P.M.
. Ul (Dally. Sundays excepted.)
For Peoria, Decator, Springfield. Terre Haote, Alton.
,r*l ST. LOUI3,
all- Jefferson City. Kansas, and ad points cn Missouri river
CAIRO.
■tt. Memphis. Napolecn. Vic**rurg. Natch ti. Galveston,
tin NEW ORLEANS.
;ty. And all Intermediate pointa.
hat< A stock train, with a passenger car attached as far aa
urt Kankakee will leave at 5.30 P.M. (dally. Sundays ex
of On Saturdays a passenger car will be run on
>oq ii.is train a« far as Urbanna. ...
re- Trains arrive from SL Louis ard Cairo at 3:10 A.M. aad
by lUWP.M.
iles CONNECTIONS,
urt The P.M. trains make dl-est connections at
•rm Mattoon with Terra Hau'e and Alton Rai'roaJ for Alton
the and St. Louis, aid at Cairo wl:h the railroad line of
de- f(earners for New Orleaas. leaving Cairo oa alternate
ted P.M. train inak»s direct conrectiocs atTo
inst lono withOreat Weatera Railroad fo-i'priaifleld. Jack
soavllle and Naples: at Mattoon with Terre liiuu and
c. Alton Railroad fur A ten and St. Loul*. a~d a: Odm with
Ohio and Railroad for St Liuls.
FOR THROUGH TICKETS AND INFORMATION. ,
Applv at tie Company's OOce In the Great Central
£Y Depot: at the Michigan Central Railroad Oflce. comer
i> of Lakeand Dearb m street: at the Plltabnrzh. Fort
jl-" Wayne and Chlcaito Railroad Ottce. comer of Dearhom
i-i and Randolph streets, and at all Steamboat and Railroad
Office In the £agt and North. .
?? JAfl. C. CLARSS, GsalSupt.
S' W. P. JOHNSON. General Ticket A^ent.
noi» W. R. ARTHUR. Supt. Chicago Division.
S CHICAGO, BntLISGTOS 4 QCIXCY B. R.
'til IBiS CHAMGS OF TIM 3 1839
i « /\N AND AiTES DEO., la. IsOS, TWO
\y Thr juzh Pass -nger Trains will leave the Cen
l Of Depot, foot of South Water streets, dally, as fol
rof lows*
day 7 jD A. U. Day Express (Sundays excepted) arriving at
3u;t MendoU lltoo M.; Gaiesbur* 4:30 p. M.; Bur
ore- lingUjr.«aaP.M.;Qulncv*33.PM.
6-10 P.M. Express (Sundays excepted) a-rlveg at Men-
Ider doua 11.55 p. Jl.. Galesborgs.oo A. M.. Bur.
mp- llngton 7.3U A M . QiLncy U.2U A. M.
Tralasleave faatwarUas follows^
' Leave Buri'ngtoc.•:4s A.SL A 440 P.M.
*of •• STner.... 0 A.31. A 1:30 P.M.
*of m Galeabarg lUtW A.51. A 7;0O P.M.
JOf AuroraPaasenge le.ves Auror»7:l*J A.M.
,ei " Kxprtss trains Arrive at whicago ASJOA.SS.
? ur- Aurora Passenger arrives atCnlcag»l'>.M A.. MI.
lon- IMPOBTA-NT LOCAX. CONNECTIONS.
1 of At Slendou with Illinois Central Railroad north fbr
Amboy. Dixon. Freeport, Galena and Dunleith;and sooth
>s ; for Laaalle. Tunica, Winona Panola, Blooolnston.Deo
tar. St. Louis, Cairo. Aa , , . .
__ At Bunlngtoa connections are made by two
* dally trains with Burlington and Mlsaoun River RaiU
'the road: for Mt Pleasant. Fairfield. Ottusiwa. Oskaloosa,
Chanton. Fort Des Moines, Fort Dodge. Council Bluffs,
urge Sioux City, and all portions of Kansas and Nebraska, also
and with Western Stage Company for Montrose; thence by
ioog rail to Keokuk.
Chi- At Quincy connections are r«le by stage (?0
lock miles) with HannibaL and thence wßMl&anlbal A St.
ad- Jcsepu Railroad for St. Joseph* Lewesworth. Kansas
and City aad all parts of nansaa and SoSbeni Nebraska,
xsd TUs u the only direct route during tae winter tacsths
between the Kast aad Kansas, as there Is only about bQ
EUies In the whole alstaace w St. Joseph.
At Plymouth wttw. stages for Keokuk. . .
Tleketanjay bs had at the Depot aocatthe lCcUiaa
Oci&»lßallroadafflce.eonisr of Lakeaod Dearborn ale
Kaitroflbs.
THE 1-F.VSSYLVI.Mi CE.VTIUL BIILBOJD.
1559
T\& Capacity ot L\i» Boid in ncna to cny in
iAe Country,
Three Through Passenger Trains
BV.rWEES PITCSiUGn AND PUII.ADEI PHTA.
CIONNECTING DIRECT IN THE UNION
) Depot at Plttsbur* w'tr. thro:«h trains iom kit
a*e»tero CI Ue* or fnmie'D u.a. „(« York uorton, Bal
timore and •* aibiCKiOQ C'.t/; thus furnishing facilities
for the traasporta'-lan of passengers uajurpaaaed fcr
spi»nl a-'il comfort by any oiher route
Express aid la*t Llaea run through to Philadelphia
wt tioat change of cars or conductors.
r'raokln* ca*s we atta-hed to even train: Woodtaff*s
Sleep'rur Cars ta exyess and fa»t traina The txrresa
too# dail*. Mail and Fist • i e excepted, 'three
daily trains connect olrect for N*w Vor*. kxortas and
Fist IJneeonne<n for Baltimore Ml *'a«Mßgtnn.
Tralas coenect at Pitlsburgh with the i A. 31. tfipresa,
Arrive In fhilairlphla or Baltimore at 5 P. m. And In
New York at 111 P. M.
Trains conned at Pittsburgh with the 5 P. *1 Fas
Llae. Arrive In Philadelphia or Baltimore m <j a M.
ard to New York at 230 P. M. Mill Trains leave Plus- •
burgh ri v M . arriving at Philadelphia II P. M-. New
Yuri 4 DO A. M.
Mi daily trains between Philadelphia ami New York;
Two eatlj trains between New Y rcandßoitna Tbrootih
Tick' la 1 all ttaJ) are *oad oa either of the abive Tritns.
Boat Tickets to Button are g,od via Norwich. Pill
R.veror ?ton!n«tnn Ll' e*.
TUketi Eastward may be obtained *t anynfthe Im
portant rtiiroad otfiees In t e We-;; ano. ou Inard any
o' the -esa'arliae of »teimeri oa the MUsl siopl t-r Ohio
rlvtrs: v:d tickers Westward at the ortces ot the Com
pany m Boston. New Yorfc BaiUmoreor rQUadefchia.
Fare slwajsis low ;n by any ulbtr Route.
XT* Ask for rickets h?
"the completion of thj W...t»rn fonrie.-ti .n« of the
Pe-n.y va.u llulroiJ to Uulc uo a?a-.e3 this tiie
L'lrtd Line bti;c<<n_
Tie connect!-.; of tr«et* by Cf R.-ji!roil Bridge at
Pt'Uhu'kh. atf..!dt-g ~11 u:avj*e ur frr i.ue of frVUht.
togeth;rw.;h t-.f j-iv'lx of ucac ve ad<.t:Mjr« readily
aipieaclaUd by ih.tiers of :rcig;.: A aJ the traveling
pu h ll •-
p*rtie' shirtfng Eiaiwa:d alii find 1: to their advan
tage to ilfii) by tan n ate.
For frtUhl cci.tracts cr rS/tip'nrf diiect'oan, .ipp'y to or
aJdiej* e:t..er o f trie 'olio-* •] * iu--ts o' t' e company •
U a MewaiU P t'iburili; Uojic * Co, S uOenrilie, O ;
H 5« Pierce 4 O•. Zuiesvi le. u : J J Jcl»->.o:i. nlplty. O;
II McNe-*U. itj; t'rnshyjs l'rou;-«r. »'o t»-
m-.otX O: Pkl.l.c< M 0«. Jry pfn.-t'e. in »: U W
: lirown A Co. C;nc.n;i* : i O: a 1:1 em .t lli' ti-rt. ». loclanv
1 it, 0; KO Meldram, Jliii 0:1. Int; Vil.!aio Uic,;tiata,
Leu lTl.le. K7: P <t ' *HHey i Co.
N W (iranaa & Co. t'.tl.-o. id; rt ¥ Si. Louis. Mo ;
t John U Hiirrm > ainv.l.e. T■•i.l- ; H.uris -x Hunt. em-
I phis. Tfffia; C!*r - te.v 0•. " li:?k.\ I!t; W Jl tt iicoatz.
I Altrn. In; Murp. y<t VV;»ile, I'uhuqu**. I"'wa; or to
F.eticht iKeStsol at d.J rc-t pi. ut» ia the
> Wc«U
T-e rre.itfst Ucll'tlej f.ir th- 1 pmV'tlon and
ipci-dr tr*i.n orl*ilf nof 1 ivc .ird («i,ol Accom-
wl h mu Ur persons irnreda* la
Ch-ife ih.-rej;.
FKKir.HTi WL-ar.ViRD,
IM»S. ' Fre ti wf -il) I'i'cripu.-rs fan be for
wardedfr*>m i'hll*.it-Ithl:u N«w VtV. i«cn or Ha-tl
rr.o'e.toar7 to:»i on t:ie of Utim, Keiil'icky.
' 1 dl«nj. iiUUbis. -iCoiikla, lowa t r M-.-jcurl. by tjul
* d'»*"'.
Th? P-*nr <Tltvfa R-i lro%d jl«o err i»ft« »• P.!t»bar*fj
*'.U J Cin-rs In w I -:i .00-li c.c to any
1 tmion tli- O H Mu«*lr.x»tn. K-ntucliT T-' new,
«'uci'.er!nd, lliao!i. W;»c><ngin.
r Ar<'i:vy and JU-d Hl/»r«; »t Cle'eUnJ,
( »ndChi*a«'' wt u iitf «air»to 41l
[ North-NVrstem La'ie?.
Merchan s tad Svp-.trs cnt:mt;r4 the tr»n--pnrtilion
of their :r»*"i:ht»o 1 hi. company, can reO »l h contU «ucl»
on Its »re*dy trarnt
. The liases cf to ary p. lat In tl e V.\-c > y tl.r
»• PenasjttaLia Ilal.uad are at »ll 'laie»a» faycraoleas
atf «*hsnte.l br otr.er Kal.io.td Com: aiiic l -.
31 tTHe psr'icular t«> ?hc.»<os " R. R."
SJercharUlo thaw r.nvls trrm the Kut
will <io well tJ d'rect 'hcni to 'ji sM^pe.t->y th;* rout*.
L Pa- lr« t-.eir own »hlyn>-ctj t:om the Fast
w!il t?cditto their ;rtcrest toe ill on t:ie A«<-atJ of ttus
CVrrpmyatthe 0; 0 »:nx 11 •ct-s h.-'ote .%!»: cr let
ten" nudre jed to nrr.cr rf tt rrj :h»« »ut;cct of
4 IreUh s »ill meet w.th crrtan aUeailoa.
j K.J. Sneel-r. Phi'.-i-lel •nil.
Mj.'mw* Kror.s. ru N'crth jtr-'ct. II tit ni:re.
Leech.t Co.. >o. - Affr Nome irNu IS. <tai.it N V
rl- L?ec ■ AC" . Nn. ?J K"hy «irtt 110-tja.
4 H. H. Mor*Tl>N liai'lFM.h n I', *»'e^hiv
L. L liUL'IT. uen 1 ticket A/t. I':
THOi* A. rOi>'T. titQ'l •'up-t, Aito. » l jil;)
a » 1858 WOIE3 AEEANGEitEST 185 D
For Central and Western !ou'a« Nebris
a ka and Kaiisas.
to
" cau'ita iSB kocp. islimj a. <.iias.
a Cotncoied of the
re k Rock Island, Peoria & Harris Yallf 3
&ad Mississippi i. 31i>*oarl Sallroids.
rrnROCGH fbom"c"uicago to iowa
Jt? J. CITY aad W.vM::<toti witnnut change (>f Car^.
Cnlj directroctefrom to Ji-.Uet. L^Salle.
Peoria. EccX Island. DaTeacort. SluscaUDe. lowa Oltr.
. W«i:in«ton ind /urt de« Mo.a-;?.
Three Piaioaxcr TraUia If.-.re Ch!raco dill*
*. from DepcU corner Vaa lioreJ aad strer'.i a*.
* follows:
ILIW A. It.Day 2x;«re«*. Sundayi esre: t-a - ?cr
La Salle. Peoria. Kock lilaul. Dav-:i port. Idcsca-
Viae, lowa Clt7 acd
51 U.M ?. M.. Nl«ht rxpi«a,Saiaru!»:;jaieenfd-ForPeo.
p. rIX Kect Island. Daveapr.rt Mmca.!! e. lowaQliy.
K and Washicrftoa.
in. 5.00 P. JclSet Accotino'latirn. it ailitatlms.
Ha. arnvina at Jo!U'« a: ri.>» P. M.
so- The Ch'c«o and H"CI Island ar.d M;s>!.vr>t.i ird M'*-
ew soiiri Railroads form tie oaly U.ruu*h iuu'.c froo\ t'hi.
cuo to tie interior of lowa.
Caasenvcr trains inn thronrh to lowa City and \V*»h.
10 Inaton without detention.. r r!iin« «>f i*«r« ut th«» Mi*.
1. pbi'tpl Hivcr. croijD.* the ttailroid ilri .*0 baweca
' Rock Island and Davenport.
„w i-nrotwn Trains iniro a;Chlcuo a*. -1 tt .V. 11. aad tl'(
zt * P. M.
JolletAccotnaodaUoa at>. 4 5 a.M.
jit. OONNSCTIONiL
ith At La Balle. wUh iWaoia
Danltr'.th. Cairo and ialermedlati! point*.
At Peoria with the Peoria aad Oqaa'*ka iil'road Ni
OaJeshurc nnd Uurlinxtoa.
[aa At Wa-Jilnictca with Line of ti Oscalot**a,
KnoiTille. and all v'Otn'j" la Central ai>J B'.'uthera
lowa.
At lowaCtr wlihWeitero 9tue Co'*Une ilnUCoarhn
00 for Fort des Slolne*. Council Bluff.', Washlnrion. v»»>f
Icosa. Newton. Wlntenett, Fort Do<U r e, eloux Cl r.
A*n Minftalltown. Marietta, lowa Falls. Cedar Rr.tdd.«,
Falls, and ail ocicU la Central and Ntv
tac braskaand tS".aiaa.
cer Local and through tickets on salo a*, the Dfrot, also ai
oflceof yort Wayaeaad
w bora and Randolph streets, acuotlce MlchUns^oatharr
lilkoadcader Revere Hotel.
JSB JOUN F. TRACY. ?op't
f W. L. BT. JO3N. Gen'l Ticket A<t*-nt. mvin
ST. LOCI 3, ALTOS AXD CHICitO K.ULSOAD
Winter Arrangaaent, Dec 13th, 1853,
rive OHASOK OF TIWK.
V" T-\EroT. COKNKR OK WLi'iT VAX BU-
I / REN and final streets. Cl lento.
M tjoia* bcath, tr.Jns run as follows:
fid). SXPRSSa MAIL— exesrdn > 1
Leave Chlcaao at i<>.]s
ar. " Jollet mi V M.
" Peoria Jucoiioo. p.-!.i P. M.
'ays " Bloosia«toa -J ii P. M #
ren- •• Springfield vop.si,
.U.wJ ArrW'satHt.LouU XOOA. M.
\M Train arrives rrom 8C Loclsat U.j'p v.
JOUET AOCCMMOTATION.
u Stocrln* at laterraedlate nations.
Leaves Jollet at 9.00 A. As
... " Chlo»*o at *J)P. M.
Arrive it Chicago KIOA.M.
T* " Jollet .6 .Si
e wilh all the great llartira .icd Northers
lines.
At Jo.let. wlValho RaiLr: ac-l th<»
and "Cut Off" enav
a**. At Peoria Junction "•liaise P-oiii asdOqaawk-t liall
road to Peoria arid »uUoad west,
ai At withtiieilUnou CenUalraiiroM. • 'rt :-
v>o asdsoiiVA.
Ai3;rlrjrfeld.with tne (irfat TVojtcm [l!!.] Railroad
i.Ji east to Decatur, and west to Jacksonvlileand Naplen.
,«» At St. Louis with PiclQc Railroad to Northern Mtr
fJI soorL Kansas aod red with St. Loula. Cairo
.rj and New Orleaas new line o steamers to Cairo. Mem
phis. Vlckshurg and New Orleio* _
Tickets can be had tlie Companps Of-
See. No. 48 Uearborn street, (onioalte Trecmnt House.)
jT® Chicago, atthe Depot corner WeM liarea and Canal
JW streets, and at the principal railroad ticxet otfices fn th»
Sastera. Middle and Western Ktates.
™' BF*Ra;ci offare andtrelihts sane as by any v -tr.
route.
h ,- a L.DA3LIISQ. A.H.
Gen'l Axeat Ueq'i
CUICAtiO) ST. PAUL A.\'I)FOND DL UCE. B,
oted CHANGE 0? TIMK.
laore AKD -^ T£R MONDAY. DKC.
York ' ' Trains oa this road will leave Chicago as
[.Tla follows;
9:00 A. M. Fi-rPelclt. Jaaesvil'e. M»-:laon aad Prairie
oast daCblen.
:i of 100 P: M. For Jaftesvlileand
y ld Trains anivi at L 2.10 P. M. and 6.50 P. M.
acta Cinyicg the thrsoxh U. 4 Mali for all pcinU In tie
Nonhwest.
fF~lhroo*h from Chicago to Prairl« JuDilea wlllott
Uf* chinge of _AJ
tao Connecting a Prairie in CUlen with adall7 line of United
states Mali Coaches
m«i ««•».!• nro t. nrvr *p w».
?eir - -
"V"OTES J'ROM IIFXBV WARD EEECII
: ih J£R'3 DISCOCRCK3 Now tpiulf and for saleby
<0!? i). a. CO JUt: * CO.. 11l Lake street.
'OTB
«. Notes from Plymouth Pulpit.
A Collection of Memorable Passages from the
ft DISCOUaSES OF HENRY WARJ BEECHER,
l N«w With 1 ikeU:h of Mr. Ise-j;hcr ia the Lc:ture Room.
°°* d Y Acac3ti 11001 m.
beauty of Mr. Beecher's expressions,
nor the startling aad resoleadent tlasi'.e* or Uu thought
thattiiUbook will show, so much u his presentatha of
simple aad holy truth, la inch guise as never fails to In
terest Instruct all «hoje notice U gained. And then*
aandj who cannot be Induced to peruse long sermon*.
wlii ch. v erfu ly read, aad undoubtedly r« member, the
_ vital truths iliastrated aad enforced in tne fodo^Uuc
Jiß-9 pages.
The volame Is a testimony to the pow-*r with whlcj
mind from Whence It sprung lstlaea:ej other minds, and
of the nature of that iniluence.
2 S, '
c ' Dr. Holland's Popular Books,
AJt " AT D. B. COOKE i CO'3.
IP - M - 111 LAKE STREET.
LltOO. l
THJC BAY PATH. A tale of New EngUad Colonial Ufc.
nTcr une voluias
too. tr.
BirTER SWEST. A Poem 73cts.
far aa ui.
Sx e o a TIUOTOY TITCOMB'S LS.TTKR3 <I.OO
L.sd EYE AJN d KA K .
H« «< »K' tsDEiavaoi), <©S
Alton
Ine of OF THE EYE AM) K.US
,ra * w Jj Inftrmary of Louisville. Ky-. andtnotereceaUyPhy
■tTo- ficlaa and Stirgeo-v to'he Kye aad Kar Ln&rtnarTor to-
Jiei- lambna. Ohio, andaatboroi a •*NewS»stem of ireaUnij
< and Diseawsoi the Eye and Kvwlthout the oseof the Knife.
1 with would announce that he hts
lnflrmary lathe city of Chicago. UUnoU. at t*k.V tNTY
w TIIKEE rfouth Clarg street, waere he will remain In op.
intr*l der to aiTord to those with dUeasesof the Eyo
and Ear an opportunity of being treated by • system
Sort wnich la entirely new. perfectly saie. a*d has never been
[rlvora known t.» fall in effect ng permanent cures in ail cages
jjJoad wlihin the reach of homan means. sei»atoi-wam.
rpHfi n.VDERiIGS'F.D RESPECTFULLY
X inform the Ladies of Chicago that they have
JTJST OPEHED A NEW STORE
' Where wlllbefoandaaplendldAasortnent.ofDlrectltr.
.1859 portitloas of—
TWO Berlin Zephyr Worsted, gplil and Shetland Wool
, Brllllaat and Shaded Worsted, Beads. Patterns, Can-
L. feL vaM. Flosa silk: Chenille, bold and silver Fringes and
J0 Tassels. Braids. Fancy Buttons. Ac.
-fnw 11 Also—Velvet Ribbons. French -nd ?wv» Embroider.
* Hbn lea. Ail klnda of Worsted ianlMed floods and Parit
< Fancy Articles. ,
» Utamslag and Imbroidery done to order.
bS? A VOitPAHL. Lakisn.
* oc3o-ttMMtn* Between Clark and l>earftora.
spa. Presents for the Holidays.
ip.ii mj E UNDERSIGNED EE-PECTFDLLT
rjA.it. L Inform the public la general and especially the ta
die* of Chlca<rMhat they set up aa extra counter with
1 pari* and Berlin Fancy Uootls. adapted for Holiday pre*
rth fbr eni*of theneweststylesandofVucirowaimuortatloo.
?!S£ MBBUIDKHBD GOODS
Of e*ery description *nd In ths greatest variety. Berlin
iy two KaitiiHi Goods, expressly minafactured for aa. Embrol
r RaiU dery. HalWufe Crocket a- or g and.damping done to or
iloosa, der, JANDiR * >oiiPAUU
Rtwffc. lot La<e s^eet.
a. also deIS-1y:b731. between Learboro and Cl*rk.
«"a Garden City Institute.
»a 30 HAHRISOIf-ST-, —NE AH STAT3.
rim seventh yeak of xins i.nsti.
2fn°rtn 1 totion wiU commence on Monday. 3eplember Sb.
"" ®° lSiloa »ine. rroa *>, M:o »tl on Th. tol. D«.
partment ts separato, and the namber ot pufdls la UUa d>
.vi__ partment Utnitod to twenty-five.
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