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CHICAGO DAILY PRESS AND TRIBUNE.
VOLUME in.
PHESS AND TKIBUM.
. TUESDAY MORNING, JABUBAY 25, 1659.
Fer Telegraphic Rews see Fonrth Pagf.
CO2VLTIBUCE OP CHICAGO*
The full and elaborate review of the Com
merce of Chicago and'of its Public and Pri- |
vate Improvements lor tbc year 1858, pub
lished in this journal on the Ist iust., baa been
issued in pamphlet form, and may be bad at
the Press axd Tribune Coauting Room, Ko.
43 Clark, ttreet, up stairs. Parties who tailed
to get copies of the paper to send to their
friends abroad, can now huve their orders
tilled.
—■ ' ■! ■ .
Chicago Bre&dstntis and Provision
.Harkets.
During the past week there bos been a strong
er speculative feeling in BreadstuSs, especially
Flour and Wheat; but operations have been
very much limited, owing to continued light
receipts. The recepts of all kinds of grain
(with flour reduced) during tbe past three
weeks, (since Jan. 1) amount to 229,C03 bußb
ele, while the receipts during the same period
lust year amounted to C35.C55 bushels. There
has been more Corn received this year th&n
last, but tbe falling o£T in Wheat Is very mark
ed. The receipts of Flour (reduced to bushels)
and Wheat since tbe first of January, are 125,-
6SO bushels, against 500.2C2 bushels received
during tbe liret three weeks of i&at year—a fall
ing off nearly 75 per cent.
As will be seen by rcfercnco to our commer
cial column tbe prices of Flour and Wheat
have advanced during the week, clofiiug firm.
The Provision market during the pa>t week
has been more active, and Pork products have all
shared iu an advance.
The receipts of Hog* have fallen oS consider
ably during the week, and packeri* are uoiv pre
paring to close fur the season. lad cJ, there
have been only a few house* iu oj)cratiou hucc
the Ist instant.
Tiic receipts of Dogs for the .seasou foot up as
follows:
EeMptj of Live anil Drcjscd llcss from Ncv. 1 to
Jan. 15 227.1fij
Received week ending J«u ii "...
Total fortlie bc&boij
Blilpped up to Jan. IS r,2 :!C
" la*: week I.SJtf^CSGu!
Total £uri>lus
The following table hbuiv* the closing prices of
tbe principal tuples in this inaiket, with tbe
prices on the s uue date iu
Jan. 24, J ;is>. Jen. 25.1&59.
Flour. Sprloe (i 5.25 $3.'Z5 S3 CQ
tuiitr&rf S.oO M.U) 2.2T> fc:so
Wheat,r*o. 1 K?tl 1.22 wt.23 u.70 t*o's
fctina&nl Syrinx b.-- (*v.bS 0.&1 Hu.;*;
Corasbelitti 0.55 (*o o.ij <>*o
Data 0..\& UtU.il 0.21 (aU.i!
Kyr ............ iv't WO.TI 0.4-j MIMU
Uariry. No. 1..... o.u» ct.n.7o (i.<y uU.45
" , No. )i v.4j <+o.4* U.-ii
Timothr feed 1.73 «l.« 0 l.Stj <*, .
Clover (iii.uo 4.75 tc
Musi'ork Iti.SU t0.... 11.5*1 U12.0J
Mets Besf, h.&l Ctfr.On
I.*"! 0.11 65... U.lffi'KO.lo
liidea. Green ttattej... <i.tf.';otiM)>;£ u.t6 <&u.OSV
lrrKiixji 0.!5 <-6o.it; o.uy
Dreaedllofa S.2> 4.oU <0.4.75
Bob Acrcn in the Semite.
Tbc &uUlem<*nt of liio Douglas-Fitch affair
' us given iu our tek-grapb r.iumti, will remind
tbc public of the r.-'rrv>w «:K>api! Sir t-ueiu?
O'Trigijer Die:, iu his with the iu-
UtUnmaWc Isol> r-s. When £ir Lucius
called Dob a poUr<>'if), thit gr<*ut warrior
made a vehement noise and war, on the point
ofblowing the bbtckguardV brains out. -Did
" you call me a coward ; <]M you say I na-> a
*' coward eir? v reared 11-jb. •* No sir," re
, plied th« other, 4i I called you u poltroon,
♦' and you arc a pollroou •' Well then,"
blustered Bob, '• all I have to s_>y, Fir, is that
*•' I dou'l miud being called tt poltroon, -Ir !''
Douglas amd Filch baveshfttp words in the
Senate. Fitch s:iys Uiul Douglas lie.-. D jug
laa sends a not«? demanding retraction nf he
charge of falsehood, t- ilch replies, sp-eify
l'tig the charge; If D.»uglw refers, to th.it
thing, he (Filch) reiteratis it. Douglas re
join'. cr]i!.t;nitit] his oiru He don't
mind being called n poltroon, sir! So It
seems that iu the gain- of ree iug " bow neft r
we can come to it at"l Mot hit i», ! 'the Indi*
uua Senator bus scored one.
To Lecture Associations.
Young Men'a Lecture Associations through
out tliia and the ueigbbtiring Slates, who desire
the services of George Snmcer, E P. Whipple
or Herman Melville, c*n procure the eatne by
corresponding with J. G. Wilson of tbia city.
We understand that the three gcutlemen
above mentioned purpose visiting the Weet
during the coming month, und will lecture be
fore tbe Vouug Wt-n's Association of Chicago in
the order named, on the 3d, 17th und 2i:b of
February.
Disinterested I'utriotism.
The coucoctore of tbe Drer Leconipton char
ter are remarkable for disinterested patriotism,
&8 the following will clearly demonstrate: 1.
They voluntarily relieve the people of Chicago
from tbe labor of fruuring and determimng the
character of tbe fundamental law of their own
city. 2. They provide a Bcore or so of new
ollices, into which Lbey get themselves placed
by the Legislature—tberebj saving the people
tbe labor and expense of suitable in
cumbents for said ollices. 5. i'bey voluntarily
increase tbeir self-ussumed duties lor the pub
lic, by obtaining authority fr'-m the Legislature
to borrow fI.OuO.UOi) for sewerage purposes, on
tbe credit ol the city, of which money they ure
to be the custodians and disbursers. 4. To
make a sure thing of it tbey are spending the
winter at Spriogbeld at their ovrn cost, have es
tablished a free grocerr notwithstanding tbe
high price of iiquor, and are laboring day and
night to induce the Legislature to place upon
them the burthen ol controlling the people and
the finances of Chicago. With the exception of
John (O&ndlebox) Calhoun and bis Lecompton
associates, we knoir of no cotetnj»orory patriots
who will at all compare with Mefsrs. Dyer
& Co.
Free state Organization in St, Joseph,
I*li>.souri.
The Free State meu of St. Joseph, Mo., h c ld a
public meeting last week at Smith's* Hall, for the
purpo-e of orguvzlug und takiug steps ty contest
the municipal elcciioa with the Pro-Slavery men,
at the couiiu? city election. Thrv revived to
start a paper, as r-oou us navigation open--, to ad
vocate their cam-e, and pledged themselves to
give it a hearty and mbstunlial support.
The completion of the Hauuihal and St. Joseph
It-iilroad will give the l'tce Slate men large rein
forcements, as a great rttx'a'u nf travel from tho
Free States will How over that road t>) the Tcrri
torioH west of the Mt'ssuuri K-ver. In a few years
St. Joseph will be a Republican city. It in <pies.
tionablc whether a nujority of the inhabitants
arc not at present in lavor of making Missouri a
Free State.
JKrom Kansas.
The Lawrence JUvublican of the ICth says:
Mr. Wm. liutcbinsoD has just returned from
a two weeks sojourn in Linn and lioarbon Conn
lies. He reports all quiet. Js'o lorces in the
field. Montgomery at borne on bis farm. Ex
citement subsided in Miaaouri, and no trouble
from any quarter, except from occasional gangs
of plunderers who belong to no party and know
bo law.
" Old iirown" publishes a letter in the Itepub.
lican drawing a parallel between the action of
tbe fforeroment in tbe case of tbe ilarais des
Oygnes marsacre of lost year and in tbe matter
of his recent liberation ol bulf a dozen slaves.
He admits tbe forcible liberation of tbe negroes
who were about to be sent to Xew Orleans. He
also admits the tukiug of "certain property"
belonging to tbe establishmtnt, but savs it was
all restored to tbe rightful owner. He justides
bis action thronghout.
Gossip About tbc Change of English
MuilKterfit
The Washington correspojdent of the Kew
York Tutut furnishes the following:
It ia reported in diplomatic circles that Lord
>*apier, in fact, is very much pleased with bis
anticipated transfer 10 tbe Hague, being fully
apprised that it is designed u» a step to promo
tion to Berlin.
Tbe rumor is that Lord S. is to be entrusted
at the Hague with tbe negotiation ot a marriage
alliance between one of tbe Princes of Orange
and tbe Princess Alice —a mission ot much den
cacy, ot course, and one that iB esteemed to be
highly honorable to tbe negotiator.
Tbis disposed of, Lord Bioombeld is expected
to retire from Berlin, to be succeeded by Lord
Kapier. Tbe Berlin mission has long ranked in
much higher grade than lbat to tbe United
States, but it is particularly desirable to a Brit
tah representative aince the marriage of tbe
PiiocEM Boy&l and ber residence at that Court.
Robert Barns*
One hundred years ago, oa tbe 25th day of
January, 1769, was hum on tfae banks of
Doon iu Ayrshire, xtobert Burns, the chief
of Scottish poets. The little cottage in
wh'ch he first saw life was of the humblest
order, too frail indeed, his biographers tell
us, for the wintry storm of that natal day,
aud tbe " bibe-bard was hurried through a
tempest of wind and Elect to the shelter of
a securer hovel." "Well would it have been
for Burns hud the omen been less completely
fulfilled in the life that day begun, along
whose whole course, with scarcely a lull, pre
vailed frost und storm and tempest that to
! less nobly souls would have proved fatally
chilling. #
la these days of well paid and even pam
! percd literature, when poets and authors ia
tbeir well and well feed state, see them
selves ia the Irerh glory of blue and gold, in
editions of tiated paper and Turkey morocco,
—when iu their lifetime they receive, and
justly, the solid rewards of that life, it is
salutary to turu buck to au age more austere,
bliud to the merits and tardy in the justice
due the fous of gcuius.
The Centennial Auniversary of the Birth of
liobert Burns, is to be made in our city a
memorable occasion, and with the tu
morous similar observances throughout the
world, will win a sympathy and interest
among the admirers of the poet, who well
uigli equal in number tbe intelligent readers
of tbe English language. It is befitting that ,
suc!i tribute be paid'to the memory of bit:) |
who left ho rich a legacy to his race, I
the while the heart is euddentd to tbe empti- 1
uess or honors so lard ily paid. Could the
world have discounted to the poet but a tithe
cf the cUimstbeyjare nowprompt to acknow- '
ledge, could his lot have been the brighter for ,
the rewards his labor won not for him andhis, I
then with the memory of Burns would not be |
indissolubly couphd a shade of sudncts.
Iu the rqiort to which we propose to give
place, iu setting before our readers, the events
aud detail? of tbe Bums Anniversary Festival
iu this city, will doubtless and 4 of necessity
appear tributes to tbe memory of Robert
Burn-s more cxtend-d and studied than we
propose at Ibiri time. Tbe Festival will re
flect noi only tbe z.ul and admiration of our
citizen* ni'.ive-honi iu the latidof the poet,
but also we are gladito say, of ourcitizens in
general, iu tbeir iulerest as participants.
Appropriate to tbe spirit of the day, just
to tbc memory of the poet, atd aglow with a
flatnc kindled at the same altar with his own
ui ttchlcs? strain?, the lolloivingfrom our own
American poi-t WluUier, will find a response
iu tbc b«:arU of all our readers. We wish we
could fiud sjiacefor the whole of bis " Odt to
JJurns ?r :
Let Itics: wlio never erred foreet
ills worth, Id ruin bewallmcs;
Swcvttiool «f B*bi:!—l owra my debt
t'ucaLcelljd l>r Lia faiLtgs 1
lament who will tbe ribald line
u hidi teHi iiia lapse from duty.
Row fcltaed tbe maddeoim: Hps of wine
Orwtntoa odcs of b-fciity;
But thlr.W. wlille f*Il« the shade between
le eriinitDDe and UMven,
TtAhc vtio loved Ike Magdalen,
Jlke lit-r amy be forclrrn.
Not bis tbe coos whose tbunderln* chime
Eternal cetnef lender—
The moorofui Tuscan's haunted rhyme.
And Ml.ton'a starr/splendor I
Hat who bis human heart Las laid
To tf&tsre's howm nearer ?
Wt o sweetened toll like Lira, or paid
To love a tribute dearer i
Tliroaih all hhtuaefal art. b«w gtron*
The bumin feelta* rushes!
The r«* y moo!iliKbt of his me*
la warn with allies and blushes!
Give lettered porno to teeth of Time,
So " lkji.n:e Dnon" but tarrr;
Slot out the Kplc's at»<e y rbjme,
liir. tyiit Ul* tltKtiUnd &lary'.
" Submit the Dyer Charter to the
People."
The Chicago JftraUl, the Administration or
gan, takes tbe following view or the Tom Dyer
charter. It makes some hard points on tbe
Tlmtt and its co-laborers in the plot to dieCHp
cbise and plunder tbe people: .
Tbe proposed Charter originated with the
" Anti-LeeoiJiptou Democrats," with Messra.
Sbesihan and Djer at their bead. These gentle*
men were particularly "down upon" the Le
compton Constitution, because it was not sub
mitted tithe people. We would suggest to them
thai thty inter; a provision in tbe proposed
Charter, submitting it tj :te voters of Chi
cago lor their ratification or rejection. This
would be but fair. This is called for more
emphatically ia this case than m tbe
case of the Lecompton Constitution, for
io the latter case the Constitution was framed
fur the tcholf of tbe proposed State, by delegates
from every part thereof (?) who were elected and
clothed with fulijpower to make a Constitution
which they were at liberty to submit to tbe peo
ple or no'-, (V) while in tbe case of the Chicago
charter the members of the legislature generally
hure oo direct interest in it, were uot conversant
with tbe local wants'of the people here. {lf sub
mission was ever called for in any case it is io
this, e«peciullv as tbe movement was originated
and is iu tbe hands of a set of men who have
been ar.d still are so loud ia their professions
of lore for •* popular sovereignty. We be
lieve that in all cases where & State Legislature
pa&ees a charter for a city, tbc people thereof
ougii: to be permitted to pass upon it. And if
the Douglas men in:this case, fail to have the
Charter submitted they will prove thenuetva
hyp'.'CriU and humbugs Is the Popular Sover
eignty of the bcu£l»&ite3 intended only for the
I'ernionea P Are the people of the States to be
imposed upon bj Kickapoo and Oxlord frauds.
Is Tom Dyer anotUer 44 John Cal
houuy" la She*ban tbe man that would
" force'' a charter " down tno throats of an on
willing people " the shade of Douglas for
bid it! Let the charter be 41 submitted to tbe
peoplt tor th«:ir ratification or rejection l" That
is the -? of the great king ot tbe Popular
Sovereigns. Let it be respected!
ILLINOIS LKtaSLI'IKE.
From some uneip'aiaed cju«e we failed to
receire our Spriog&eld Cijrre<pondence yester
doy, io the aosence of which we copy tbe fol
lowing synopsis of tbe doiegs of the Legisla
ture from the Ectning Journal :
£c<ti.vuriKU>, Jan. 22, 1159.
The Senate was not in session yesterday, so
quorum being present. This morning, the Sen
te was called to order 'at ten o'clock by Lieot.
Gjv. Wood.
iMie tor an &ct to called tines and penalties
before Justices of tbe Peace, and providing that,
ufiou the return ot aay execution indorsed " no
properly found," capias may issue as in sec. SS,
chop. 9, U.SSt. t isif), were passed.
The Senate joiat resolution autboriiing tbe
printing of ten thousand copies of the report of
th* Agricultural Society was adopted.
An effort to take up the House bill, providing
for delaying the collection of tbe revenue in the
Township Organization Connties, elicited a
lengthy and animated debate, occupying tbe re
mainder of the forenoon session. Tbe bill was
tin ally referred to aSelect Committee of Ueasra.
Cook, Henderson and Post.
At two o'clock Senate met, and adjonrned un
til Monday morning.
HOUSE.
Several' petitions for a law prohibiting tbe
manufacture and sale ol ardeot spirits and other
intoxicating drinks, as a beverage, were pre
rented and referred to & Special Committee of
tive.
A bill, tbe provisions of which extend the
41 mechanic's lien," to sub-contractors, etc., was
reported back from Judiciary Committee, and
Inid on tbe table to bd printed.
A bill grantfjg Justices of the Peace in Knox
County jurisdiction on suits for debts of t-500
und under, drew out a lengihr discuetisn. Tbe
bill was re-committed to tbe Judiciary Commit*
tee. |
Au act for the establishment of a State Be- '
form School for juvenile delinquents, was re- 1
ponea buck from tbe Committee on Basks and
Incorporations, with tbe recommendation that I
it be laid upon tbe table and printed, which the
llousc refused. It was ordered to a third read*
mg.
Mr. Mack introduced a resolution granting
tbe use of tbe Hall for a lecture on u Temper
aoce and a Prohibitory Law" on Monday eve
ning next, which was adopted ~ ajes 65,
noes 11.
dr. Bane introduced a resolution instrnctiog
the Committee on Education to report a bill
abolishing tbe office of State Superintendent of
Public Instruction at tbe close of tbe preaeut
term of that office, and devolving its duties up
on tbe Auditor of Public Accnonta. Laid on
the table-84 to 32.
By Air. Cummiogs -To vindicate tbe Consti
tution of the State of Illioois; repeal of all laws
grsnttng docket fees to Judges of any Court.
By Mr. Bulcer—Vo incorporate tbe Metropolis
Fire and Marine loscrance Company of Chicago.
By Mr. Bruce—To extend the jurisdiction of
Justices of the Peace,t9sums of s2ooaud under.
By Mr. Hurlbat To facilitate the collection
of debts, and to amend tbe interest laws of Illi
nois. v
By Mr. Peck—Authorizing tbc Judges of the
Supreme Courts to enter up judgments In vaca
tion,in certaiu eases.
By Mr. Uip^ins—'To amend the charter of the
Brighton Hotel siud Stock Yard Company.
By Mr. Campbell of La Saf!e—To am®nd the
law jn relation to the m!u or estates of tbe
baiie.
By Mr. Higgins—To provide for tbe compensa.
tiou of«berifli> in certain case*.
By Mr. Biiisdell—To exempt the tools, books,
aud implemvutj of mechanic* acd professional
men from ule oa execution*
Settlement of the Chicago, Alton and
St. Louis Koilroadififficajties.
The committee on behalf ot the employees of
the BU Louis, Alton and-Chicago Railroad, vis
ited Springfield on Friday last to meet Govern
or Matteson in reference to a solution of the
late difficulties on this road. Propositions were
made and agreed upon which proved satisfac
tory to both parties.
The oommittee then returned to Bloomiugton,
and submitted their agreements to the em
ployees, and thence to this city where they were
likewise submitted and agreed upon unanimous
ly. Tbe committee express tbeir entire confi
dence in Got. M., and avow that they were
ignorant ot the position he had taken towards
them.
By the agreement Go*. Matteson is to pay
the employees by the 10th of February De.
cember, and then pay each month lor the pre
ceding month allowing 10 per cent, interest on
back pay and not give possession of the road
to the bondholders without protecting tbe em
ployees.
Mr. Harker, the Chairman of the Committee
at Bloomington aud Chicago, said to the em
ployees that be and his committee had visited
Springfield under the firm conviction that Gov.
Matteson had defrauded them, but that the lat
ter exhibited to them the receipts aud Touchers
giving a fall &nd explicit statement of tbe man
ner in which all moneys had been expended;
that he acknowledged the justice of their de
mands, and from his private means was willing
to advance money to pay a portion of the tint
instalment nnder tbe agreement and to assume
' the responsibility for tbe future monthly pay
ments ; that unjust and scandalous rumors had
prejudiced tbe minds of the operatives against
bim, and that since he had taken possession of
the road he had been governed by the principles
of an honest and npright man.
Under this agreement we are assured that
' trains will commence to run regularly on tbe
above road this morning.
Snperintendent ol Public Instruction.
Tbe movement to abolish the office of State
Superintendent of Public Instruction, was brought
to a focus in the Legislature, on Saturday, by Mr.
Bane, (Democrat) of Adams County, aud Mas
tabled by a vote of 34 to 32.
Pbesosal.—Tbe Milwaukee tientinel gives a
tale of hardship, sickness and destitution in tbe
case of a young German woman, named Minnie
P. Scbultz, who visited that city about a month
since, in search of her brother. Tbe brother
meanwhile bad gone to New York to ficd ber
Ho is notified that bis sister is at present in
Milwaukee, well cared for and anxious to hear
from bim.
THE CITY.
To the Legal Fkitckkitt.—Tbe call of tbc
Civil Docket will be resumed in the Circuit Court
tbiK morning. Parties interested trill please take
notice and*a:t accordingly.
Boor Fou.vo ik tub Rirta.—We learned last
evening that the body of a man had been taken
from the river near Clark street bridge. Xo
inquest was held last evening.
Lectlub—Rer* Dr. Howard, by request, will
deliver a bxture on tbe " Harmouy of the Pro
fessions" at his church, on Thursday evening the
27th iost. Admittance 25 ceuts. The proceeds
to be devoted to the cause of Minions.
Tiie Jumtertz Case.—At tho oj>eiiing of the
Court yesterday morning, Measra. Van Annan
and McComas, counsel for the prisoner, made a
motion lor a continuant* ot the ca«e on tbe ground
of the absence of material witnesici- Tfcc mo
tion will be decided this morning.l
F/E*off£sF.vDAr.—Tbe alarm of fire on .Sun
day afternoon last was caused by tbe ignition of
some phosphorus in Junius Fischer's match fac
tory on Despl&iues street, near Polk. No dam
age was done except flooding the lower part of
the building with water.
SLirraar Sidiwalks.— Oar house-keepers for
their carpets' sake will thank us for reminding
all good citizens that the proper article to put
on slippery sidewalks, is taio dust. When this
is carried into the house on your boots or £hoes,
it becomes dry and is easily swept back into tbe
street, without injuring tbe carpet iu any man
ner. On tbe contrarv, coal dust and ashes, so
often employed, are a sad nuisance in the domin
ion of tbe broom, causing stains and blacc looks,
the latter not confined to the carpets.
Fiaa ok South Canal stbict.—About nine
o'clock last evening a fire broke out in tbe up
per part of a two story frame tenement on the
corner of North and Canal street, in the West
Division, one mile and a half soute of Madison
street.
The strucure was owned by a Mr. Uotchkiss,
and was unoccupied, though a quantity of furni
ture was stored io it. Tbe fire was undoubtedly
tbe work ot an incendiary.
The loss was about SOSO, insured in tbe Fire
men's. Tbc distance and direction of the fire
made it doubtful in which division it was lo
cated, aud tbe alarm was given first for tbe
Second District, which delayed the Fire De
partment somewhat in reaching the spot. The
steam lire engines, Atlantic and Island Queen,
were on the ground and dtd excellent service.
The MAitKET.-i por the Week.—Tho receipts
of Flour during tbe week bare been light, with a
good epeculative and shipping demand, at an ad
vance of 30(g50c, There have been, however, but
few round lots oQenog, and buyers have generally
had to pick up small lots, varying from fifty to
one hundred and fifty barrels. The demand has
been chiefly for Spriug extras, altboßjjh towards
the da«e there was a good iuqairjr for Winter
brands. Superfiue brands of Spring are very
scarce and wanted for tbe Canadian trade.
The Wheat market during the week ha* beeu
buoyant, under an advance in Europe and New
York, No. 1 Red ha? advanced during tbe week
[email protected] on Winter and Spring wheat about tbe .same.
There has beeu considerable movement in winter
grade?, but tbe holdeis of spring grades have been
Tery firm, and comparatively little changed hands.
The continued light receipts have tcuded very
much to check business. To-day the market for
No. 1 Red was quiet but firm, with sales at [email protected]
1.23; No. 2 Red, (1.05(^1^)7; No. 2 Spring at 7U
(gSOc; aud new Rejected at 71c—all iu btore.
About 2,000 bn Caual wheat, said to be better
than Standard Spring, sold at 85c, with winter
storage.
The Corn Market has been quiet, with a steady
demand and but little variation in prices.* Tho
requirements of city distillers during the week
were not so great; but buyers have been here
from Cincinnati and Detroit, and about fifteen
thousand buahels have been shipped to those
cities during the week. To-dav tbe market
closed at 52c per 56 lbs for abetted in store, and
53 to per 60 lbs on track ; Ear Corn 52c
per 70 lbs on track.
Tbe Oats market has been quiet and uucanged.
To oat £OO bu prims Milwaukee Oats were
told at 50c delivered, and 500 bn new crop llli
nois at 44c delivered.
The Barley Market daring tbe week has been
quiet and unchanged. The demand for prime
State has been rather better, and prices tend
upward. To-dat choiee State sold at 65c, and
Canadian at $1.20.
Tlie High wines market baa been very inactive.
Under an advance in St. Louis and Cincinnati,
prices have advanced to 23>5<324c; but there is
actually no demand at these quotations, except
in small (lots as manufacturers require them.
There seems to be little faith in the present ad
vance. O wing to the stoppage ot navigation on
the Illinois River, moat of tbe Higbwines which
naturally seek a market in St. Louis, have been
sent hither, and the market at the present de
i mend may be aaid to be glutted.
Under an improvement in New-York and the
leadidg provisionipoints'of the West, Provisions
hare advanced. Mess Pork has advanced 50c;
Cut Meats X<3i%o; and Lard To dat
Heavy Meas sold at $16.50; Bams 97.50, loose.
There iano Lard offering, and we quote it firm
at lie. In Bacon there has been very little done
yet. Messrs. G. A J. Stewart, packers, have
just turned out some fine lots of Bacon and
Ham a—the first of the seaeoa—wbich are seliiug
at [email protected] 2c. There are no Shoulders yet in
market.
The Hog market, with a falling off in receipta
and an advance in products, has also improved
with sales of Dressed, to-day,
at for Heavy, and $5.25 for
Light,
There has been a fcood demand for Grass Seed.
Timothy has been tolerably active [email protected]
There is a good demsnd for Clover, with heavi
er receipts ; bat buyers and sellers are 20(?tSOc
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CHICAGO, TUESDAY MORNIMG, JANUARY 25, 1859.
BI'B.VS CEXTESSIiL AMirEBSAUT.
OBDEB OP ABHAWGEHEHTS FOB ' THE
BURNS FESTIVAL.
This day, Jan. 25tb, 1559, the Centennial An
niversary ol Robert Hums, will be celebrated
most appropriately, and in a manner marked
and memorable. The efficient Committee of
Arrangements aeem to have omitted no detail
that may serve to iend attraction to tbe occa
sion, and conduce to its entire success. Tbe ex
ercises are of a nature so varied aa to aijit and
meet all tastes, aud yet forming one'grand
whole. The day, should it be propittous, will
witness a most attractive street display, in a
proce3si«o, civic, military and masonic.
At 10% o'clock this morning the Committee I
of Arrangements, Mayor aud Common Council, |
Brigadier General Swift and Staff and invited
guests, will meet at Iloom 2fo. 1, Tremout
House, preparatory to forming in procession: ]
OBDES or P&OCCSSIOX. I
The line will form at 11 o'clock A. il. precise- 1
ly. Grand Marshal of the d3T, Chief McGlash- i
en ; Ist Assistant Grand Marshal, J. A. Marshal '
Military under command of Cnl. W. U. Davis.
Procession to lorm on State street, with the
right resting on Lake, in following order •
1. Chicago Light Artillery, Capt. J. Smitb
resting on tbe right.
BASD. I
2. Washington Indu K-g't, So. 1, CoL Davis
commanding. I
3. coth Ileg't 111. S:ate Jlili'.ia, CoL E. Tajlor
commanding.
BJLKD.
4. Kniehta Templar, Mojt Excellent Sir
Kuight W» \Y. Mitchell, Grand Commander,
commanding,
5. Masonic Fraternity, W. M , \Y. W. Jack
sou, commanding.
0. LO. O. Fellows, —, G. Un roa Loctee
commanding. '
n.t>n.
7. Fira Brigade, CapL S. B Raymond.
9. His Honor the Mayor, and the Common
CtounciL
9. St. Andrew's Society and Civic Societies.
BAND.
10. Citijens on horse back.
1L " io carriaces.
12. " on foot.
iini: or jj.trca.
From Lake t-j L'laru sirtet, down Clark to
Hasbiugtoii,
nue, light, reding ou Washington ; whe i the pro
e.«-ion will reviewed by Bea. H. K. Swift,and
JlUU'jiior
then form into column an:l lutrch o:i Miciiuan
Avenue to Lake stieet, up Like to Mirket, down
.Market to Riudulph, doirn Randolph to state
street, and diibaud.
Bctva Fsstival—The committee b?ff to an
nouace that no more tickets will be issued for
the concert than the Metropolitan Hall can ac
commodate. Mr. John FuiiJips baa kindly, fur
nished live hundred chairs lor the passages, so
that a seat will be reserved for every ticket sold.
NY. 13. Egas", Chairman.
tickets lor the Banquet aud Ball at the'i'remont
the billiard tables will be taken out of the Trc
mont Hail and ample provisions made for all
that come. Toe parlors and dining hall
are also added fjr the occasion. Tickets can
be bad at the Tremont,
liuxou Sr. Andrew's Socibtt.—At a special
iveettng of the St. Andrew's Society, held on
Saturday, the 15th, 1559. it was
That the Society do turn out in
procession on the 25th inst., in honor of the
Centeunial Anniversary of tfae Birthday of Sco
tia's Bard, Robert Burns, and that all the sister
hocieties, the Mas)nie fraternity, the Military,
the Civic und County ollicials, be respectfully
iuvited to join with the St. Andrew's Society in
procet-stoa on that day.
Members of the Illinois St. Andrew's Society
are requested to meet at the Highland Guard
Armory, on Tuesday, January 25th, at 10>£ A.
M., to join in the procession aa stated in above
resolution,
Ollicers are requested to have on their badges
aud members to hava a thistle on their leit
breast. Joux Stbwabt, Sec'y.
Carriages for the concert arriving at the La
salie street entrance, will bead South, at the
Randolph & treat entrance will bead west. Tbe
police will regulate th* manner of leaving.
W. B. Ega>*, Chairman.
Improvement dark Street—
Meeting of Property Holders.
At an adjourned meeting cf tbe property
owners on South Clark street, held at the Bur
nett House on Saturday eveainjj, the 221 inst.,
Winchester Hall, Etq., WA3 c'Jied to too Chair,
and Swayne Aickcrsham, M. D., appointed
Secretary.
Alderman Abbott offered the following:
Efxilrei, That we. property owners on South
Clark street, deem it expedient to improve said
street from Madison to twelfth street, und re.
spectfully u&k the Common Council to take such
action as may secure such a result,
Mr. A. Bigelow proposed to amend by substi
tuting ths Archer Road for Twelfth street,
which being accepted, the resolution passed
unanimously.
The Committee appointed at the previous
meeting to coufer with contractors aud receive
proposals, submitted a report embracing bids
from various gentlemen representing different
kinds of paving. Tbe one most favorably re
ceived was that ol Mr. Samuel S. Greeley for
the Nicolson pavement, similar to that already
laid on Clark street between Randolph and Mad
ison street, offering to do the walling, tilling
and paving at nine dollars ($9.00) per lineal foot
of property front, including intersections and
wings, allowing4f» cents per cubic yard for fill
ing, acd SI.SS per linear foot for wall to thos»
owners who prelcr to do their own work.
Mr. "Witkousky mortd the following;
JitiOlvtdf That this meeting considers it expe
dient to pave Clark street, from Madison to
Twelfth street, with the Xicolsoa pavement, and
after an animated discussion, tbis resolution
wan passed by a vote ot nearly two to one.
Messrs. Campbell, Ayres, Larmon, Foote and
Clancey were appointed a committee to confer
with the City Superintendent as to the cost ot
the XicoUon pavement.
On motion the meeting adjourned tine die.
Vt'iscatßTiß Hall, l'res't.
Swat}.* Wick*&BHam, M. L>., Stc'y.
Tub Cold Txbm.—The weather last evening
waf letting its moderation be known to all men,
and to none in this city, less to their satisfac
tion, than the prospective participants in the
festivities of to-day. No amount of weather of
any kind could wash out the enthusiasm or
break up the chief features of tbe occasioo; but
a rain is not desirable, though too much in
prospect at this writing.
The mercury yesterday made an ascent from
20 degrees above zero ot 7 A. M. to S3 above at
6 F. M.
The "cold term" was a sharp, ebort and
merry one. Tbe ice has reached a thickness
which has set tbe ice cutters at work for tbeir
harvest, in tbe fear Jejt a worse befall them.
Our river yesterday was alive with skaters, and
the track thus furnished was also keenly en
joyed by the ownersof " fast crabs," 2:40 and
under, to cutters, and a lively scene was pre
sented, witnessed by hundreds of lookers-on.
Police Mattb&s.—The following cases were
disposed of yesterday;
Drunk and Disorderly— B:rtle Gafert and
Richard O'Brien, £• each; and Nicholas Mor
lay, $5.
Vagrancy—Martin White, f2t) and 10 days in
Bridewell; John Clency S2O and 20 days; John
Kedd, $3 und execution suspended; Eliza Fra
iler, 120.
J. Sbefer was fined f25 forsellingliquorwith.
out a license.
Joseph Hills was held in S2OO bail for further
examination upon tbe charge of stealing coal
from Dickinson's coal yard.
M. Conlef was arrested by officer Douglas on a
charge of assaulting J. Dempsey. Case set do«n
for examination to-day.
TmurT-YARD Whiskt.— An acquaintance of
ours, for a bruise on his foot was recommended
the nse of a decoction of the hert arnica in whis
ky. It was tried, and the first liberal applies*
tion of tbe fluid skinned tbe foot with about tbe
sarno celerity m it there had been in the stuff
nothing at the application cutpi the vitriol. Tbe
Incident awakens the wonder what human
tbroata are made of, to which this whisky com
municates only a pleasing rensation of warmth.
Ko wonder that delirium tremens is becoming a
common disease. Tbe only injustice is the
charging to alcohol, effects'due to chemicals ol
a different class and order.
HCoc.ntbt Homes Wasted. Country homes
wanted for two hondred English, iriab, Swedish,
German, African and American btys, fron one to
fifteen years of age. Peraous offering homes to
any of tbe above, mu«t be able to give us refer,
ence at least two or three individuals in public
life, as to good inuriil cbaraet r.and capability to
properly care for any child tbm may be placed
under their care. App'y nt the o!li c <>l' ihe Miu-
Istry atLarg*, on Washington ftrcet, or adjies«
E P. Xt.weoMß, Chicago.
One hundred girls wanted for country homes.
Apply St the Ministry at Large, od Washlngtoa
. itmt.
Tns SrATK STREET IMP2OVKKE?TT. —Heart.
Ediiorf.—There is one alight mistake, (and
only one, I believe, in yonr article of this morn
ing aboot State street. You say, " The proi>-
erty holders appointed a man to watch the pro
gress of the work, &c." I placed the maa upon
the work to see that it was done satisfactory and
to the acceptance of the city. All expenses,
however, were paid by Messrs. De Uolyer &
Co* Respectfully, Ac.,
S. S. Boctoj?,
Snot- of Pablic Worts.
. Chicigo, Jan. 24th. 1557.
Grand Tarn** (Canada) Railwat.— The fol
lowing figures exhibit the traffic of this road fcr
the week ending 6th lhst:
SSIM* 8 ™- •12,619.56
frt1tut....,,.,,,,...,,,,,,,, ii <» to
Parcels, SlalUandBandr.es... 1...'.*;
T0ta1..............,....,.,,,..,. i&4ti 50
Correapondiag week latt year
Increase ...|ta.34
t.ocAii matte us.
Safe Test City.
lowa Cnr aowa). Jan. SLIE33.
This certifies tliat the understood
for Uic u«e of the Stale Bank of lesra, of Leww
Lillie, of Troy, New York, his Patent Wroujit
and Cliilled Irou Vault Doors and Frames, B.%jk
Locks, and two of bis Barglar-proof Safes. In
hid contract with us, Mr. Lillie gave us the priri
legeof ttsiiaghis safes in any mancer likely D
be resorted to by burglars, bei'ore [Jajina fir
them, which his competitors lor the contract—Sfr.
W.W.Bacon, of New Haven, Conu., and Mr.
Goodrich, for Messrs. Durjee & «;f
Kochester, New York—did not propose to do, bit
claimed that Mr. Lillic's Safes would aoi stan l
the test, if a gentleman whom they should teW*
wea» allowed to operate upon them-
We have thia dar had the Safes so
by ilr. Lillie tested by drilling. The operatioc
waa pertormed by Mr. Samuel Uiller, of lowa
City, who is a ekiilfui mechanic, who hsd been
indicated by Messrs. B&eon & Goodrich to be a
suit&blo person to make sach test, »nd whom we
also considered to be a suitable person for tha'r
purpose.
Werfqnesled Mr. Miller to provide hiaself
with a good ratchet drill and ioar bits as per
fectly mad* find tampered aa he contd make
them. The safes were placed in the vault ot the
State Bank, in auch a position that the one not
operated upon aflarded a rest for the ratchet
drill as firm and convenient as conld be desired.
After making all his preparations, anil adjusting
his drill; Mr. MWer commenced operations tor the
purpose of drilling u hole throogn one side of the
Site. He worked steadily and faitafully for one
hour and fifty six minutes, at the end of wl'icb
time his bits were entirely u>ed ujj, aa that it was
wholly twelrss lor him to operate any ioither
with them, 83 he informed ua, and a* wu evident
from the inspection of tbe bits themselves. The
bits were examined, after beinj used, by us, and
by others more competent thau U3 to judge of
their sufficiency, and we are s.itMled they were
wall made aud well tempered.
Upon examination, we found that be had
yet tuh two inches ot metal between the point
of the drill and the interior of the Safe. The
metal yet to be penetrated, Mr Miller informed
us, and we are satisfied, was harder and more
difficult to drill than that already passed, and
being gstished from what has been already done
that the Safes were as good aa Mr. LilJia had
contracted to deliver us, we dispensed with any
further testing, and accepted them.
Mr. Lillie has, throughout this matter, acted
liberally and honorably by u», and we take plea
sure in recommending him aud his work to per
sons needing articled in his line.
S. J. Kibiwood, ) Er. Com, State
ii. Pbics, j Bank oi lowa.
Sold in Chicago by E. J. Woolley, at Fair
banks & Greenleaf's Scale Depot, 35 Lake
street.
" The gold mines of Pike's Peak are said
to bu inexhaustible, and tho same appears to be
tbe case with the gold mine of Messrs. Colby &
Co., 115 Randolph street, who are still making
to each purchaser of a bonk a handsome present
of some article ot jewelry, worth from one to one
hundred dollars. Their books aro all the best
editions, sold at the sams price as at any store
in our city, and if preferred tbe purchaser can
take another book in place of the presenL
Norte Western Insurance Co. of Oswego,
N. Y.—l'noMrr Payment of Loss.—We under
stand that tliis long established Company, bad
through Julia* White, E-«q., its agent i:« this city, i
paid to R-v. Dr. A. D. Eddy, six dollars,
the amount of insurance on his buildings recently
burned on Ontario .stivet, without di-Hruotit of in
terest and within one week uticr tbe proot's; weie
submitted. Such promptness is ceruiuly note
worthy. •
ilo, Kja tub Gold Fiklds of Kansas and Ne
brasical Just received end for aale by all
bookaeliers and periodical dealers, "Pease &
Cole's Complete Guide to th£ Gold District?, '*
* ith a correct mop of dilferent routes, distances,
fares, by railroads and steamboats, to all point'
on the Missouri river, cost ot outfit, and valua
ble information to the emigrant. Single copies
forwarded to any purt of tne United States upon
the receipt of 35 cents. A liberal discount
made to ail booksellers and periodical dealers.
Address Peasu & Cole, Box £502, Poatollice,
Chicago, 111. jaiM-2t*
A Glo&iocs Achktuckkt ar GATartT I
Noibint; can exceed tbe success achieved by J.
C. Gayetty's Medicated Paper lor tbe Water
Closet. Piles will soon be a disease no longer
known except in name. Tnis pure medicated
paper ts unequalled as a preventive, and unap
proachable as a cure. The proprietors wish it
to be spoken ot according to its merits only. It
i» very cheap—looo sheets for fl; 500 s'beets
for 50 cents. Sold by all druggists, and at the
discoverer's depot, 41 Ann street, New York.
"J. C. Gayetty" is watermarked in esch sheet,
and his autograph is on each package. Sent by
express from 41 Ann street, New York, upon
receipt of price. Tbe trade are invited to cor*
respond us to terms. For sale by J. H. Reed &
Co., wholesale and retail druggists, 144 & 144
Lake street, Chicago. ja22-2wt63
Boots and Snoes.—McDougall, Fenton & Co.,
190 Lake street, corner of Wells, cannot be un
dersold. We will sell for the next SO days-
Ladies' Foxed Gaiters - - - - .75
Do Kid Congress Gaiters - - 1.25
Do Kid and Morocco Slips and Ties - .50
Do Morocco and Calf Boots - - -1.00
Men's Buffalo Overshoes - 1.25
Do Call Boots of oar owa make - - . 400
Do Kip Boots of our own make • - 5.00
Do Calf Congress Gaiters ... 2.00
Remember the old store, noted for great bar
gains— 19u Lake, cor. Wells- jalylwcl7
43" Wheeler t fc Wilson's Sewing Machines.
Noiiu-Westem Office IG7 and 1(19 Lake .street.
Geo. fi. Chittenden', Ageut.
S3~ See advcrti>ement ol Boudoir, Setvinff Ma
chines. 122 Lake street. ja4-ly-bIHKJ
H?" See advertisement ot Quaker City S2O
i Sewing Machine. L. Cornzu, & Co.,
, oc2«Hy 133 Lake street.
See advertisement ol Dr. Sanfords* Liver
| Invigorator in another column.
DIBD.
In this city, on Suadav aornia*. January 23d. after a
fc/lef Illowv JJrj. CORVELIA HEMPriTiAO relict of
the lata Major Thaia\s flemptvead. A«slsli£ tpv matter
o. h. A. oi bt* Louis Mo., in the 65th year of htr y»
W" £t. Louis papers will olease copy. *
TIEGEIVEB'S SALE.-STATE OF ILLI
COnrt 0f
in vaiaczey. '
Publie Notice Is hereby riveo. that LL.C. Freer,
as Receiver. acDolcted by the Court. In the above en'.:Ued
cause. wUI. on the a.itetnthdiy ff Fettuary. A. b
at the north door or the Court Uouseof the County of
Cook. In tbe city of Chicago, at ten o'clock in the fore
coon of aaid day, aelJ at PubLc Auction to the tdztest
blJder. for caso. acenaln Bond in tbe penalty rf ten
tli nuand do.lars. rxecu ed by Wa*ren T. Hem. as
OciegSTto lu'jeConutock aa übieat*. rtc-.iiui that the
ot) I <or is indebted to the obiteee in the sum of five iboa
uud dollsrs. i.art or the turcbase money of me fei.
tve he emaflcr descrioed. aad cosdlUoned the ter
roent of s«d aim or five thousand dcliart to FA ward L
Comstocfe, sou c.f *ald Lake Coautock, upon his becora
l .c cf ace. and tje Interest on said bond payable to said
Lute Cocsstcck. at the rate or elaht per c-ct ter annuo
f. Q ' <f February la esch yew. uatli
Uis said Bojd malurej. wwch wii} be on the dar of
February, a. D. ISTI, aald Bond secured by a Deed of
Ttjs:, which, with ihe sa'.o Bond, bear date February sth.
Cl,: eateo by said Warren T. Heeoxandnj ,, nla< to
[aid beseaiah A. *yaki.oi>. and conveylo* to said Win
kcop all that pan of ut three (3?. m Block •. ne cundred
and
cmc-ato, cottiaeteaif on the noithwett comer cf sail
.three i 2), running taesce »cmh on the west line ' f
said lot one hundred eictty nine feet to an alley, thence
east Mocg sild alley thirty three feet, thence north paral
lel with ihe west line to Monroe street, theoce wnt
alon«ths south lin? of Monroe street thtrty-ihree fecL
aceof betinnlnc. Said Deed orTiust recltlnz
toe condiUons of the Bocd sutwiantially. and cnr.tolninff
of ©ale. L. C. PAINE FtUCE-t
jcj d-c3i Receiver.
rjiO BUILDERS, OWNERS. A ROOFERS
The subscriber ia prepared to famish. In larre or small
QuanUea. MJSELET £ OO'i
Corrugated Roofing.
wtlde,»o «xt«iiively la use. excel® all other
metric auostances for Rooftjyt Mac more dura We.
cheaper, fire acd water proof, and laatinc as ion* as th»
buUdinx. It also reduces tbe ratei of Insurance io per
ASpMmen.aswfclaspian»of thevarlouimethods of
paulr>j; it oa. c%n be seen by cailtns at the office or th*
Pharjix Insurance Oocnpany. I'U soaib Waier atrdet.
Ohicaxa. do 9 bU9lr A. KDivARPa. AgenL
OIL OP GOGNAG.
OIL OF COGNAC.
OIL OF COGNAC.
r.OOO OUNCES OF 1
iB recti, If/life and Yellow
OIL COGNAC,
For nale by fdeti-tyl gENTOW A 00-
Chicago lltrrel Jlanutaeuirin t co. t
uOUTh GLARE. NEAR NORXfI-WL
Ark prepared to contract with
Miilera for a re»cul»r mDply of Barrels, of a sunerlcr
sL u ssr
S!dtonedßtav««s'4 Fie»di>i«acdH;ccs .'s- 5 iV P
r *
AI.LPdRT'S MOUTH-WASH.
Prepared and sold wholesale and reUL. b>
* A!taLS e *
pADET AKD pTEEb MIXED SATINBTTS"
\Jj Fornlsb/
Nero
ty*C. 11. SCRITF.y, A Ivrtitinq Agtnt, 63
u «i4A«ru«i U nceiet J.dcerti*enenU for t!*t and afl At
Zffluy Paperi»/ths Xorth-Wat. Jal b©4 ly
COUGHS AND COLDS.
BBOWS'S BRONCHIAL TROCHES,
Mi VAX'S WAF£BS.
Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral,
HOREHOUND CANDY,
Pectoral Confection,
—ALSO—
COTJO-H TROCHES,
OP OUH OWW MiLKT.
J Bf. REED * CO.,
APOTHEOASIEB AND CHEMISTS,
lU£l4€...,Xike Street 144*143
has
Rare ounce.—the best meat,
Poultry and Produce SUod la the city. Po.thEde.
lw* A eM " J -" Br4W 230 *' Chlcvo, 111.
Lost.— on Saturday evening, be
tween Metrooolltan Ha'l and Hoby street, a Lady's
ritch >or Ylitorloe, The finder Will be suitably re.
warded on application to gLtEPER 4 LEWK No. !>.
Can*l itree-. j>2S^t*
3XTED.—A SITUATION' AS BOOS
keeper, orCutilde Business. by aa able and ex
pcrisnced person. Have been ecpased la the Fgrward
lcg and C-oramiiaion business far toe pa»t twelve y< as.
Auaresj II." office of this paper. jsas-tw-gp*
TTTANTEO TO EXCHANGE FOR LUX-
I T ter or a Btoct of Gen-ral Merchandise a Vila
ab»elaury?td Farm of 10j Acres, near Aurora. Kane
county. 111. Also, tlx Use improved Residence Lets la
the c.ty cf Atrota. A.s,. available Saw Mill croptrty
~ \a ' J S I LP i arer. arica /or partlculais please address
B. box Chicago. Ilu iaaS3t*
JOHN BULL, READING, SHRIMP, AS
ciovy, Harvey. Worce«tershlre. Boyer*g Relish,
tumna and other Since*, at SpENCiit'a luia
Warehouse. S3 Waahlafftoa sUeet, Portland Block.
Brandy cherries, brandy fruits
* and tnpeifise Fnnch Cordials Tor tale at
SPENCERS Italian Warehooie.
ja-j lt-c?3 £3 Waahli.cton itfeeu Portland Block.
WIX E S AND LIQUORS OP THE
V? f careit tni ten onsllty. 'or FAMILY USE,
For rate at £PENuE*S liuian Waieaouse,
ja 5-ly-cfcS C 8 p uUeet, PcriUnd Bkck.
vroricE—all persons having
J-i accounts ae*lc«t the Mechanics' Institute
are rt<ue«tei to present them beioce tu« 3U; InaU, en
uod;4acd directed to
_ , . F-W. GAII3, President.
By order of the Board of Directors. ja2sst
'J'HE THIRD ANKUAL FESTIVAL OF
Cleveland Lodge No. all, A. F. 4 A.H.,
ITOicsmecff at the Tremont Honse, on THURSDAY
EVENING. February 3d. IS3. js2s-td-cSI
If-OR RENT.-INTENDING TO REMOVE
L , to our new premiies. Nx i 8 Late street, on 'he
Isi of Februtry next, we will rent to a good Unaat the
Store we noir cccapy. po. IST Hiuth Wat-r street. Ath
Plrto DOSUKTr. BASSIkTI 4 UlLlfi.
jaij-Ita
Y a ling Men's Association.
LECTURES FOB PEBB TTART.
3d—Gi'ORGE SDMKER. fiobject: "Soala."'
10A-BAYASD TAYLOR. Subjecl: -LifelntheHorth."
Uth~E.P. iTHIPPLE. Subject;
24th. lIEitMAN lIELTILLE. ''Bcnth Seai"
J&8. fIRANT WILSON.
HE.VRV W. BfaUt/P. Jr n
JNO. Ln.E KING.
Lecture Ccmmlttee.
F«I]VC« & CO.'S
IMPROVED PATE.ST
31EL0DE0SS, ORGANS, ETf..
OOMBIXIN'G ALL THEIR RECENT IM-
t paoTiiccrrs, and the only Injtruments In which
the Patent
3D SWELL
Can be obtained.
05 Clark Street 05
At the £Un of the Star J»pa*]Kled Banner.
"VVe «re pre&ared to furnish Prince's Unrivaled 3lclo
deoas both at
■\Vholesitle and Retail,
At Factory 1 rices without aay addition for Freight.
FRi:rs OF POST-IELS ISSrsC3(CfTS:
FcurOctaye. O to 0.... , % 45
k'ocr and a Half Octave, 0 to F.... 60
FWe octavr, f to F
Five Octave, DouMs Keed. P to F ...130
rzicts or p.'a*o ci£kd:
Fv e Octar-, Fta ?....« #IOO
fix Qciare, F to F ljn
Fi*e Octave, 0 üble Betd. Flo P ljO
Five Octave. Two Banks of Keys 2uo
OKGAK MELQDEOK, I
Two Paatis of Kcyj. Five Sets of Reeds. Eisbt Stops. One !
Jalf Oc-wv-j Fojt Pedals, Cne Set ofßeeus lo
retiil iJ-si Jcdtpendtat »&0 |
ET* C. II and examine oar stock of Musical Merchu- 1
disc before purch»sinf eljewhere. 1
Prtterveth sudvertlsemett, forthe next one will be i
aboat soiuclh'n* e!aj.
ROOT U CADY i
* r. boot, > Sq. ajCiuk alreet, |
c. M. cim-S UJ3 I
Every One should have a Copy
—or ma—
SOCI4BLE; or, 1001 HOME AMU3EMESTS.
Containing acting proverbs,
Drami;!- Charades. Aetloi? CTharade*. crDrawlcic
Room laatonmcs; siosical Burles<iues. Tableaux
VTi'U. I'arioc oauits. Gaue« of Action. Forfeits.
Science la.'uorts. aal Parlor Migic. nod a chfics col
lecLoa of Corious Mental and MeubanKal Pctsles. 4c..
Ac. Unrated with nearly
Three Hundred Engravxnga asd Diagrams.
Thewh le bel*« a fund of Never Eidlng Knterta'n
meat, by the author of *lhj Magicians Own Book."
Price. *I.OO. For sale by
WM. B. KEEN, BookseUer,
}i'2s ty No US Lake rtree*. Chicago.
rnilE SCOURING OF THE WHITE
1 HOBSE; or the
Long Vaeatioa fiAmMe «f a London Clerk,
By the au'.hor « f "Tom Brown*# Bchool Days." Pltely
* Illosirated.
Trice. ILOO. For sale by
NX B. KEE.Y, bookseller,
Jas>ly So. m street. Chicago.
. NOVEL AND U.N'IQDE FEATURE,
a •
THE THREE LIO^TS
O7
TUE NESS' YORK PRESS
ILL
sJ riling for the JLedger.
Inadiitionto the MOUNT 7£HNON Papers, by
the Hon. EDWARD EVtaLTT, the SKW VOUH.
LEOtIEII, dated Feb. 6th. to be toned next wee*. wU|
contain criminal contribatlonj rjm the editors of the
three leading daily journals of New York CityJaaes
Gordon BtnneU. Esa-.the veteran editor of the l/eruld;
the Hon. Horace Greeley, cf the Tribune; and Lieut
Gor. Rayracad. of the Timtt.
F.-om the pea of Sir. BENNETT, we hare foor orijlnal
poems.entitled respectively:
•'LINES 10 A LAD r." an apostrophe to "MARY ANN,"
"AS ANGEL'S SMILE," and "A FBAGMESr."
From Sir. GREELEY we hare a charxrterlsti» article,
addiessed to "YOUSG UKK IN THE COUNTRY,
WdO JESIRE "0 SEES THEIR FORTUNE IN THE
CITY."
And from Mr. RAYMOND *e have aa Interestlac ae
coant of * A VISIT TO THE HOME OF JANE IYRE.**
Aho,ava ; t amoantof IsUreatlnecxaUerby the LED
GER rejtular corpa of cosolar contributors; and the bo>
desinx of
A VK W STOBY,
KSTITLID
THE HIDDEN HAND.
By ICrs. D. £. K. Southworth,
Authorets of "Ta« Bride of an Evenlcg,** "The De-
"Thelslaad Princeja.*' Ac., 4c.. formln*
the MOST REMARKABLE NUMBER of any pa
per ever lined in the world! ja2s-lLc73
ST. LOCIS, ALTOS AffD CHICAGO BAIL&OAD
Important Notice.
ON AND AFTER TUESDAY, 25T11 OP
Janoai?, ISi?, Trains for
St Louia, Cario, Komphii, Vicluburg, and
N£W ORLEANS,
Aor<A«rn MiuouH, K<xtwu and Xebratka,
Br wiy of the ft. L'Jttlfc Alton and Chicago Air-liae
EaiboAd leave Hew Depot, comer of Weat Van Burea
and Canal ctr«eU, culnc Couth, at foUowi;
Bt. Liuix. ta to aad New Orleaa*. (Sundays excepted)
leaves Chc so a*.... 9jo/m1
Traini arrivefrtmSt Lonii tX. Li5X £
CONKSOTIONB:
Al Chicago, wiih alt ihe treat laatera aat! Notttem
JLIQC^
At Jollet. wi'h the Sock Island Railroad west« and the
"Coi Off** ttsi.
At Peotla Joaetloa. with the Peoria and Oauawka
RaUro*d to Gates&ugh. Barlintton. inter,
mediate tatlOLj.
At Kloosuacton. with the
no tb aadsosUL
Atdericsntia. with the Greet We«ea mti juuroad
eaatto D<Naiar. and westto JackwujvlUeacd
At 6L Louis with Pad3c Railroad to NortheraMirt
■oari.,Kansaa and and with B*. Louljl (Mm
an 1 New Orieans new Use of steamers to Cairo. Mera.
phia. Yictaburn and New Orieana ea
-o*Throcah Tickets can be had at the OomDanv'a of.
floe. No, 48 i>eartxirn streetjoppodte
Onleaco.axthel>e9otcornerWett Tan Bores and uSSi
SJSi.'SuddiSSil Ucktt oa< ** >» "•
Rates of Fare and Frd«hta same aa by aay ether
Jollet Aecoaunodatloiu
fiioppiac.at latexiae<flaie ttatlaat-ieiT® JoUet at 8:00
A. NU leave CMeeto at 4:30 p. tt. Arrtteat CaJc4xo *t
lfcOO A. M • arriye avjol ei ktt:3o P. U. "
Ik DARlaiia a. H. MOfslr
I^OUSD—\ POCKET BOOK CONTAIN
SSO,OOO
BsSsnSFir'.S®®
otl
%' — CHaArnBT s
Host Brillbat Light
Yet discovered. J
<X aln a Band Lacn, CNB f 1
A »l\ \ I GALLON burain* three b
VVVJ hour* each day. laaU °
%5. -hi cy THREE MONTH 3. «1V J
it |JI -tiv* loKali-httQ3»tlo eUht T
V CP Can dle & When the *
Pjl LampUprcpeiiyuisis
& edthersU
vV So Smote or Sratll. |
OIL 81 FEEQAIi'S. J
TDautefc. j
p
TXTAXTED IMMEDIATELY—AN AGENT 4
. v "L , n r d<r3 thrrosh the of lowa
for BuAjJTC WOBE. and >he Genera' Buiine*s of a
Boex Btadtry. - n wtlrh every laeiiiiy exlftstj oake It a
pfonta.ie ase*scy in the hands of a «Tacti?ai reaa.
can«lvesatisfactory reCerence Addr-ss STEPHEN T.
ACR*R. turJrutou Booa Bindery, hurliigtoa, lova. ~
jiaVlW-cTa *
INFORMATION WANTED OP HESRY
Hurst Che»tbam otherwise Janes Henry Ilarst, i
native of Manchester. England, aged 3'j years. Apcly
to th!< cfflce. j*Z4-2w
Trn^KTED—A PARTNER W:TH SOME
otnret snd buimeas qnaTflcaUons, in a *
ProJuce Commuiioa lir.nie i- tfcli city of live jfars v
s'ardog. JtddrcfsP. 0. Bsx )>il-lwclO e
INFORMATION WASTED—OF DAVID u
X KINO, who left fltokes Coun'y, N. C. some 2j years 4
c«o. tie or his heirs are 'otiiiea to a ie*acr of about Z
♦itWt Ad4na it. IL sTtRBCCR, S
iali-3m c<» fialeta. N. a J
V\r AXTE D. - HUNGARIAN GRASS .
» T Sfed. for which ihe LUbrit market price w'U be
paid Addr-sj or apply to SAMUEL L. HkRVZ. No. M
Randolph strett. Chlcwo. jai>lsi*
go Rent.
ARDEE/3 "BUILDING. fOR REST, l
ihe comjodlois offices on tha rt*st and second '
floor In Pardee's Bui dine corner South Wnter and Weill
stiee'a. Air"*. Iwo lofts aad a ftne comer basement,
ssltabl* for a ha'l For tr-ros apply to the subscxi
terin «he bulldtn*. No. 213 Jfouth
j iL: tn-S ia P.B £
(PO MILLERS, MECUANIOi, iO.—TO 1
I RENT, for a term of j-irs. that lar*e bnildictnert
East of the Eeirator cf Glbbs, -'riflla A with the flue
Lot on which it stands—belcx ?0 feet, more orleas. on the >,
rtver and rannin/ back t»tie G. AO.U. R. 3. Attached
to the buUoiut ts a kteam enxine room, with aa tnaine, .
This is a fine for a Flourinx miii, or for 41 echini- •
cal purposes For terms. Ac- apoly to
a. a williams,
dW4 b315 3a ill gouth Water street.
■ —■ I
Jor Sale.
OR SALE.—A LOW.PRICED EOK.-E C
a*>d Borjfy for sa!e. lanoire at Press and Trl. ,
Office i*2i 3t »
- 1
X/ B£R." was built in in l&W; lecsth. f
1-S S5-Ico leei: brtalth. iu IDJ fe:t: de?th b 03-IC%, feet; i
meisurement iii toes. c
Forprice and u-mu a;ply toLIND k SLATED Canal. i
near Madlton sUeeL jalSlm*
—TO DRAYMEN AND EX
PRhd?MKN.—I have for sale one sood Truck
Wasoa and Uarttesj: five aood I on Axel Drays and Uar
neues. Lhe ahove for i&Je cheap. Inquire of L. TiF
-1 F*>Y, at Rlchnond ACo'ff. tihce corner Sorui tTater /
and l>earbom streets. jaH 2m *
EOR SALE, BY VAN INWAGEN & CO., \
Office No. 3. PolVs Baildinc. Chicago, lU..
tne roUowinx yessels:
Echr. ROPKET, Hass A 1. with a SUr 47-.a a.
.. ULIZ% > OOA*f. .. A t >9 ..
.. üßtr EAGLE. .. A i tsi .. i
.. NfSuTINUME, .. A 1 -M) .. ]
.. WINGf OF THEWIND. ClauAa aro .. i
.. INTERNATIONAL, .. B 1 .. i
.. GERALDiNS, .. Ii 1 3U .. «
.. PtTtiEL. .. Bi. -W ..
j 11 b»?u 3m i
JpIRST- CLASS DWELLINGS FOR SALE,
THE TWO ITBST-CLASS DWELLIHO3
Now bein* Erecte?.
On Ruab) iiear Superior St.,
Andtobe flaishe-l May Ist. houses ar* feet, 1
three series, w'.th buement. Milwaukee brick front. 1
built and to be&nlshrd in ihe be»t maimer. Tne lota are 1
147 feet deep to an alley, and will have a *ood brick bars
on each. Persons purcbas.na can nut such al
terations aa may be desired.
Term favoraoie. Apylyw D 3. BRAINARP, i 5 Clark
street, from 9 to 10 o'clock A. M. jaS
HOCSE AND LliT FOR SALS SITUATED
on the cornet of Wq-xJ aud Warren streets la the
>"• est DlvUioa. near Uoioo Park, occupied by \. P. liay
ward. lneboQ«e is near, built ot Orlc* i*o stodev and
stone basement twenty-lcur ey fifty-three feet wi;h a tine
observatory: flubhflla tie *no»s rashl<>uable manner
with all the modern Improvements— marble inanteia,
prates. At. Ac —w.a.d bs a der.njhle residence. The
lot Is sixiy-six by cne buadred and tweni»-seven feet,
wlthaiweniy footaUer in the retrofit ; «iU De sold
veryche«p—on canJ time, or the whole of the purchase
money may on on it ami other property
for four or five yeans, or ii w.U be exchanged for nn.
aoubt:d ml es.n'o several yean to
run. Ajplyto K. t. B »KKE«4. P. 0. BoxNo iW. or to
C. 11. IS Dearb ra st {too g. 4eJO lm*
Malt! Malt!
1 A Hrf U a u - SV 1 CANADA BAR-
U\J LET MALT, la store and for sale by
" WItiTNEY A KIMBALL.
BoatiJiixg.
OARDI.N'ii.— I TWO OR TIIREE GEN
tiemen can procure uoard and Pleasast Rooms at
No. 71 Mocroes-reet. Al.o, a lew day boarders can be
a:eommodaied. iaia -Ix cLS
IJOARDISG.— FIRST CLASS BOARD
l.jf an'l pleasant either suites or slnaie. at J*6
Bouth Clark rtreet. Transient Board atreasonable ratea.
I*OAP.OING- SINGLE ROOMS AND
) aul^ofrco'fisnewly fitted up. with board, on rea
s^nahl?: rtna, may cc on aollcatian at No il3
fetate street. C. D. OUVkR.
jpariuulcu: Notices,
Office of Galeaa & Chicago Union B. R. Co.,
caicauo, January i). l6i^.
"VfOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.—NOTICE
Xl 1* hereby id**n the stockholders of tbe Galena A
Cmcsko Union Ralrjai Compaiy. that a uividcrad of
two per cect upon the cip.uu sio -a o! sild Company wis
declared on the lau.. p»'»l> e at this office on ihe
Istn osr of February nexu u on New Y<.rk at
par, io uo:ders of said a-ock. at tbe cloie of business on
tbe *lst da* •( January instant. Dividends will be remit
ted by mail when so ordered by the owu*rs.
ia2j-lw-ca7 w. M. LA>RaREE. ?ec'y.
x. o- o. F.
/JIHE MEMBERS uF UNION LODGE NO.
J. 9. and the members »eneraUy, are requested to be
Inattendence ICKdJAY. the iithiiut.. at odd Fellow's
IlaiU on Randaiph street, at 9 o'clock A. U, for the pnr
pojecfmakljrf arrin<eDen*j to properly jola in the Civic
and Miliary Procession tJ ne hail in ' ooor of the cen
tennial of the birth of Hob-rt Bums.
By a D'fpensaliou granted by 0. O. Grand Master H.
H. Scjville, the oemoerj will appear on th» occasion ia
Fall Res«ll v BEN tVSTBK,
Seeotdinic Secretary.
TLLINOIS ST. ANDREW'S SOCIETY—
JL At a Special Sleetinsof the St. Andrew's Society,
held on {Saturday, the Uth January, it was
That the Society do tam out la precession oa
the Usth last, in honor of tne Centennial Anniversary of
th 4 Birthday ol gco;ia's Bird. Bobckt and that
aii the tWter Societies, the Masonic Fiatertuty. Military
\nd the Civi; and County ■''fiiciais. be respectiu ly Invited
tojoia with the at. Andrew's society in procession on that
nay.
Members of the IlMa-ils St. Andrew's Society are re
quested meet at the iPshland Guards' Armory, oa
Tuesday, Janusry iitn. a. iu,s o'clock A M.-tojo-n In
the Droccssloo. as Uued In tne above resolution.
Officers are requested to have on tneir badzes, and
Memoers to have athmle on tbdr left "reast.
la3Uc3T-U JjilN dIEWART. Sec'y.
Gas StocK.
f>( \ SHARES CHICAGO GAS COMPASY
UU SIOCK, for sale by
jAffliw-aa TORRE3V BROS. A CO.
Money to loan
At Ten per Cent, rer Annua.
roa rtVB VBAHS.
Flrst-cUn Real lit ate and
commercial notes wanted.
runnine from One toTnelve Months.
jaJO c3u B. f. LOWNING Clark-ct.
nHf I AT TE - V PEK CENT.-A
J?) |.«V/ \_f * ' Pirty wshes tse t> leli a imai : 10l
at a low crlce on fair teraa aud loan the purchaser <I,OOO
or upwards, at ten per c.nV. oa other secnri.y. «ue or
two years. ApoJcaiian to be madetomep.TSJnaUy or
byievter. J. L. Ltt
jalj At Wadsvorta A Oo'a C6Clark st. box ZsTl. P. 0
mo EXCHANGE FOR FARMING LANDS,
JL Merchand-se- or C.ty Prop rtv. about SIO.UW forth
oiJewelry. Gold Pens. Penclll, Aa. Address ' J> W.
R.. ' Box3l&a Chicago P. q - jylStfli'T lm
XI ONEYI MONEY I!—LOANS IN SUII3
Ivl from SIOO to ll coo made on good security by
fAUSw* tsEO. W. SKWCOXB A GO. SODe*ft>"ra-<
(TIAXE3 AT LAKE FOREST—FOR THE
JL convenience of property owners. I have procured
aUst of the taxes onlots al Lake Forest- 1 wiu aUend
to thepayment of taxes for parties paytea tneia to me a:
ay office before the £&h hist.
;a2Q4w bsfS4 D. J. LAKE. Secretary.
r jpO EXCHANGE.—WE HAVE SEVERAL
A valuable Horses and Carria.-es. wnich we will ex
ch«sre for Groceries. Lnn er.tiardware.Boo*sand fchoes
or Dry Goods. Alto a new beven Octave Raoo_ as .above,
ABB/rt'A KINGMaN.
f«6b3341a 530and&tt.*»tb Clark Arte*.
Money loaned on ciey r&al es
tat* Securities, MorUaaes, TroA Deeda, Bonds.
Btocsa, Businea Notes, and all pood nexotlablrseeurt*
Oai bouzht and aold Certidcateaof Depodtsand Checks
of B. K, dwiA. Brother A Johnston, purchased for cash
at the hkhe* market price. Deaien i-. IZiinela, Wlacon
sia and lowa lands. Improved Jama aaburtoan lots and
Cty Real Estate, office No. 6, (second tioorJ Uetropoil
tan Block, corner of Baidalsb aad Laaalle sU-Chlca«o
de3b»C4a W. DAVIDSON
mELEGRAPH EXCHANGE
osr suff rosz-
Drat* Ancectances and Notes paid la New York on
the day of nato/liy, or last day of «(r»ce. and money de
p sited lor account in Uia city of new York and sent to
dtleslaUxe vldnttyof Netr Yor« oaTeiexmphlo Orders.
CHBEBT OOBB„_„
Ja9t9S&to XEUUiRAPH OFFICE.
Chleaga and SDJwaakea Kallread Coapaay.
rpHB * ANNUAL HEETENG OF THE I
1 Stockholder* of ihe asd Milwaukee Rail- '
road Oompany. which was advertised u be hoiden at
their office In Chlcaxv «n the dav of pgeeober.
ISi, at 10 o'clock A. JL. has boen BM
TH. TUESDAY February Sth, 1359, as lg o'clock A M
at which time said meettna will be noUea.at theoffice of
kald Ootppmy in Chicago, for the eievtcM °' Oireetori
tor the ensuing ie*x. auA the of *>entilher
business aa may be presented.
By order of the board.
nc3-td-bCT • A. «. now** Secretary-
Anew" map of pike's psi x gold
FIELIxJ wia be sent by taa.l (postpaid on receipt
Addria ' UUFC3 BLANOfIj ■??<
ULasaUacd
jVndion Suits.
AUCTION SALE J
-07-
men U -fcCNTT U KB.
Silrer-Flated Wire, Marble, Oil Ptint- Q
imp, Triyj, 4c., Ac.
_ W!1 be <oia on 7CESMY. WKDSCDit I>l W
THURSDAY. J.nuary 25tn. 'Jti ii and 271tu comnjeacln*
al o'clo"* each day. a* ¥> Lake street. by order of
Receiver. a Urge aad splendid iusortafntof uch Furnl
tore. Howekeegin* Goo£s. Ac,. Ac.. consisting in pail
of ileeant Mahogany and ILack WsJnui Parlor gaits. ia
Plush aad Hair Oct*. Kar.or Chairs. Marble Too Ccstrr C
Taoles, Canl Do, kts?%rs- - ete-a-retes. Qxiomani. Suj
tadßocking Chairs. tfockCsscs.
Chamber Furnitsae, j;
Mahocaoy ts4 Black Walant Rosewo«J MrUhsChamber
?uiu Enameled Do, Mahogany and BWjteads, m.
IXirfife Top BapsiQj and was-stanUs. Piaic do
r .bfi. Bed Loan*e. Superior Hair 3B>■ 'w ■ &s» Father*
Pillows, Ccrafatten. £
Dining-Room Furniture, j.
Oai and Black Wilcat FxtenUon Dlnlaz Tables. Break*
fast LK>. Tamblar* G«Dlm. Crockery aud Carpets. i,
al«o—Oil faintinta. Gilt frame JUrors, ttfirer-Piawd
PyrUn Marble Sutaes, lea Tran, Table Jtatia, Clocks.
Ac., Ac., Ac.
John R. Valentine,
RtCEIYSR o.' late firm of Gilbert. Bill 4 Sampson. -j
ia22-td GILBKRT k SAMPSON, Auctioneers, J
- 1C
*. TATl£*. XLTUO X. ITHTTtIT.
J. B. TAYLOR & CO:, 1
Arcnox ASD COMISSIOS 21KRCHXXT8, 1
So, 50 WelU St. opp, Brigs* Home, l
OHICAGO, TTiTiTNQia. \
SOLICITS CON3IQN*ME>"T3 OF EVERY •
lO description of property, to be told at Auction, tot *
cash, oa Use or eoiaailsstaa* Also, Vetfela, Carvoef,
g4ocksofGeaeralMerchAijdise,Jewelrr, Furniture.Cloth* .
In*. Ac. Real Estate, Lands. Lota, Houses, Ac. WUI pal j
carU.co.ar attention to the bio of Lou. Houses, Lands. 1
Ac. at Auction, InaWe or outside Chicago. Adranctt
mad oa coajixmnenta. Tcs b"*t of references hi Chicago
will be oven. OurM«»ds nay relyoa coruldenee and ,
prompt returns—the life of conmeree and tradf.
oc»-bi45-do J. & TAYLOR k CO. 1(
3.mUS£llUUty. "
Grand Exhibition iiall <-
-or-
MIDA3E A&EBSTBOS'S LADT TrPILS, "
Will betelj &*. lllfir Asjcmbly Roo-ss. coraer of Wtl!a ~
aa< £aadatph strtet. £
Oa TIICHSDAY, Jan. 27tb, 1359.
Tie Svhlb.t oa Dances will coraoenc# at l> o'clock, be "
twentj-t«o in nomber, and o:capjr about an hoat-aci ft> .
ball and coailjt cf
Tha Dances of all Katioss ia Appropriate Cct- s
tome.
After t£e Fancy Dances, tbff company will partlc.'piW
la tae AniuiexeatJ of tae cveain*.
Ijckct* 8* ; wcnLeaua gadL^r.
For pj.g partlculAis. <eg biil«. .
BUEKS 3 (
CEXTEMUL MSIVERSAHY S
Tuesday, January 25th, 1559.
Oraadillarshal of the Day, Chief McGLJLSHBN. -
mHE FESTIVITIESTTF TKE DAT WILL
I on?n hy * GHAND MASONIO CIVIC *nJ
MILTTAHY PHOO£SSXOW -tuch wUI f. rm oa
SUtestreet, iritii lae Lake street, at U
u'coct A-iL Tbe oowtt< tbeo m4'C3toPcar«
bom Ftfit. where the Miliurr wtU be reviewed by
BRIGADIER GENERAL SWIFT,
Aa<i tie Uuail: aad Civic
B7 HIS HONOB TBS MAYOB.
Aft;r which, a Salute of ]
ONE HUNDRED GUNS
| will be fired, eotaeenda* preclielf U 13 o'clock noon,
by CwuiaJwtcd ajirru. ot tae Lkbt Arltllerys—
The cxnnoru loudly roar,
R-*oucdixu fron ue khare:
CuiJi<33, tnai. data pay
To the Poet's naui day.—
loHpQoroftheOVK urNDRs-nrff BISTQDAY of'he
Immortal Foct, EOBERT BTJRTIS. Ihe ProcetnioQ
willtoen re-form »nd marcQ up La*u street to MarieW
a'd down KdSioiph to oUte urceU when they will bd
dlsmmed.
Mu»lc bT the I-Uht Gaard aad Great Western Bands,
aod Uic Tbree P*.&crs of U>« Qoarl.
£ IIIML.
A aEAND MUSICAL r£STIVAL will Uke place
AT ID*
METROPOLIAN HALL,
Commtnclns o'clock P M.. when the followla*
rare coaohiatkn u f Moslcjl Talent, Vocul and lnstru*
aeaUl. will appear;
Mn. KM MA G. CO3TWICS.
Mn. MATIKSON.
Mr. T. CiAH'FO3D, the celebrated ScottUb
Vocaliit,
Mr. A. R. DEMPSTER.
Mr. WM. MOOEE.
Mr. r&ASK LUMBAOD.
Mes&n. CCuaiS and BOKTTGER, Planlsta,
150 TQI
LIGHT GCAfID BAND.
GOVESXOa McCOMAS, Onwr.
Ilcn. i. GRE£M?IELD, la **Tan o' d'aaater."
I'ROCrRA M
Txtt nssr.
I.—Gra-'d Orertare. for the occasion, by
He.r UoetU:r,— Intrudjc- a fifrU A:rs of the
I'uet ....11/ the 4.l*tit Guard ttand.
Ilea. W. B. Cliilrman. will Inuodace
GOV. Mccorvi^e,
who will deliver a brief
ORATION ON Tilß GENIUd OV THE POKT.
The birth of the Poit. io>lthe Giysj's prediction—
-I—Soax." Thcrt wis a lai wis bom la Kjle."
Jlr. Crawford,
J—i*onz. "J >h3 *n<lersf)Ti my Jo," Mrs. uostwlck.
4-* oat Uray.'V Mr. Dempster.
ft—<iy.irtett-, " Ve Uaiks and Hraca o* Uo mie Uooo."
.Mi 4 Bc«tw;ck. Mrs. Messrs C'rawfjrd aad
Laratard.
6-Bour
7 **T\m n' ehaiter." Mr Greeoflsld.
ti'ra i'ciiu-e, "ilruce'a Addres* tu hi* Army
03 the field of B-tarjockOum."—oy the HUhi*cu
Gaard. comoitndeJ by C«ptaln McArttiUr. uiUtcd
by Chiefs 51 cG ashen and Crawford, tha Muilo
beXf Jed by ill la full iii£hJ4Ad
Cosujae.
PART SECOND.
I.—Grand Orettore of favorite Scotch Air*.
by tiid UfUt Gctifd Bsn'l.
I—Sone, "A Mat's a Man for »' t-at,"....Mr. Crawjord.
3.—Song. "Com!thro' the Kye." Mrs, Uonwlck.
4.—Sooit "Roy's Wife o* Aldira-10ch."....Mi'. Dempster.
n 1 I'U coaeio yon. my Lad."
tors. Uostwick.
fi.—Glee. "Willie brew'd a Peck o* Mailt,"
Me*.rs. Crawford, stooreand Lombard.
7.—5010. PUno Fort«. Btflecuoa of Scotch Airs, with T«rU
htka' llerrßoetuer.
B.—Son*. "isldr-3pa&*led B.\aaer."
.Mr. IT. LacaturL with fall C'fiortn.
3.—Grxn 5 Finals, "Aaid LaaffUrne." by the HUuUod
Guard led by Lieut. Woo J. and a foil Orchestral
Accompaniement.
Immediately after the Musical Festival.
A GRAND BALL ANO BANQUET
WUI be jdfeo at the
TBSHONT HOUSE.
Tie folio win* j?eatlem«i are
yLOOt
Adj. Jaraes A. Manlikll, rh el John McGlaaliefl,
OoL E. Tayltr. J- WUkina. Urit, C<%
Cart. John fceArthor. Jobn B. Drake,
Jaaes SmiUi. W. W, M\tcb«iU
Cavt. at.Gleaaoa. J <hn Stewart,
Cape, Ducal, John Lanxlanda,
axcsrr.es ooxxrrm.
Robert Her*ey, D.AP a*%
DuxaJd Stewart, I. A. W. uu'k.
capt. d*m IJ. Raymond, Col w h. Davk,
Tf. T.JJuj; W. ScotiSteW4rd
3a;lt by the Greit WtitHn Bud.
Tickets for the Mas'eal Fest val 50 els. each: TQSyis
for the Ball and Btnquet. —admituo* a GalWWa
and L*dy.—-to Uad M the Tretnont Uou e, at all
iiujc dtores, of Mr. t. d ella. 1«U RasdolbU street, or
of the Member* of tie General Committee.
The two brand Piano tones osed on the occasion, sen
to be presided at by Measn. Carrie and boeUatr. aie
kindly furoUheJby C- L. Watxins A Co. aod N .Goold.
TneCommlt;ceof Arraageaenu respectfully Inform the
admirers of the Poet, tt*: this sreat F.-UvaL Bali aad
Basqaet* they hoce, will be one worthy of tue oeu'loa.
A boo*, containing the ■•'ordi &f t-e sooea
an.iall that lja«nxjrAble of thli wjrid-wid«> eveatla
Chicago, illustrated by * flae Wo xi £d<ravinf of the rp
et. win be ouhllsbed. aad to be had at the it ail, rof J.
lu»irr la) Lal<» sL Price 10 eta.
iro*»be ooaat r 4it<ra-lln« we Aao'rrr
aary, wUI tw returned 'rwoa most, ir oot alt. of the Rali
roads, bypreiendox their Banquet Tloaeia at the UiHce
0. theTremoat House,
Thepr">eeeJß over the expeises will beritea to the
poor of CUlcj*o, under tho *ut»ertovwleneß ot
Hon. J- C. flaines. Mayor.
B. F. dtrothtr. U. A Collector.
Hon. W. b. »frao
Uon. A Hame. Pre*. St. A Soc..
Alexander White, ijq.
Kcona or tss qiasd ocsxru. coxxrrrn.
Hon. W. B. Fs'a. Ja«. A. MarjhalL tw^
Hon. Andrew HaiVe. Ale*. Wblte, ksq..
Hon. ttobertß. Wilson, McGiaahea, T*U
ilonu David Stewart. Geo. Lerie, zjq.,
taot. J. MeArttur. IL G., John A'jf.en.
tapu Jacjes Smith. L. A., Sylvee»er LUw.
Oaut. A. C. Duatt, f. 8., John dtewarv s*fc.
1. K Wilkins, Bxit.Comuf, W.
Vrot, Blane*. W. Bro«i iea*
B. F »-roxb:r. U. 8. CoL'r. Joha Dia*. &q..
Got. Mcocmaa. Jolloa Wbwe, esq-.
J. A.Bick, M.W.G M. QfG. J«a Grant Z»0-
L of IU. of F. k A. M~. Charles WUaon. kso.
jatS td-cO —,
MLS'iTKEL HALL—SO. 115 ASD 117
Randolph street, between Clark and Dearborn.
Fesile aiostrels lad Birlesqae Open Co*p v f.
The Manacera la preaentln* this new and no*d enter.
taSa»ttotfie 1 «fies and itenUcm-nof CMca*ohat(»
soared neither pains or expense to make it one of the
r'—**" 1 of amusement In the city.
Cards of Admission 36 cent* Orchestra Seats Mceatfc
deSJ-lmo-talu .
fIOR A'l'lO HiL.lt,
ATHrrHTESB »nd COMMISSION MEBCHAHT
(tate of Gilbert, Hill k Sampson.)
$4. DiABBOBH STREET 5-*
opfosits nuExoar boc3i, cbicago, nx.
T| iESPECTFULLY OFFERS HI3 SEB
lltf -vteea lo parties wUblm? to dl'pose of any Wndof
chacdlae. Country prodo-e, Jteai KiUte.
ao. To the patrtna of the *■<! firm. t>«in«
for past oaironaxe, it wtl be atLl his aim
pr<«a>tne» and itHct flddity totpelrlnierrrs- Pn*m
decDA&uc Hoosekeeplm will find at uis rooms a favor at le
oppartcnity of diiuoauw ot their fooaa
iy Strictly a CoaamiisioQ House. 1
Liberal Cash Advances made. ]al>-ln-c3B
Hope Fire insurance Company
OP NEW YOBK WW.
CaA
BBIISCN (IT ACTHMITT) I* CWCIVt.
t nw. E.ACcx. Ocden. yiwlwood * CO.
■ Cur**D«r.
' T. C. VAN BBBBS, ASCIIt,
1 qoath cor. ol Wtt«r koA Chik-«k
■ ..loiTtir urirtwu.
•**"O3IOAL DSlOii ACADKH?.-
m o. M. OAD7, Instructor.
; ■anratatT aw". l r J*-
J ri tccil CUA "So clock 9. M.
A ~ Uit Eoomla PoitUaJSlacfc.
OTMBEK 176.
iflisccllaucons.
JOB PRINTERS, ATTEXTIOS !
SREiT BIiGIKS !
We have oa hand, for sale, a larse sorplus asaortaent of
PAPERS, CARD BOAKDS,
COLORED' X3STKIS,
Which we will dlsxtose of at
15 TO 40 PER CEST. I.IDEK FISST CO6T.
The aasortmeat conaista la part of tho following ar*
tides:
4 Reams Green Glaxed Medla u, for Covert,
X .. Pink
5 •• Li*bt lllu«
S .. Lead
S .. D«eo Blue
3 .. White
X .. Yellow
t» .. DeepKeJ
•J .. Deeo Purple ..
•i .. HLack
,V .. YtiJow
i .. blue Thin Folio Pest,
tt .. .. Heavy
31 .. White thin
ICO •• A«ort*U tfisM and Colors of Saxlish. French
and uaericm Tissues.
7 .. Bla« French Letter.
•J .. BuiT Bath Post.
ia Reams White tunk Noto or Bead Paper. Hxj7X
a .. Mat» Paper.
IS .. Blue liommeicUl French Letter.
1J .. wane
<4 Blue lat Letter,
17 .. .. RaLh fust.
7j .. .. French Ktter.
H .. WUUe Bata Pos
ts .. .. («Ut Kdiced U*th Port.
58 Reim .. Fiesch Letter.
U .. Hue
U .. White
t> .. Blue Chech CV'
li] HfV ma White fc-xchw** Cap.
$ .. .. Co rffjenJi. Sate, Presch.
U .. .. Kuled ..
15 .. .. Pia:n Wove Com'l Note,
100 .. Blue F1 »t Letier. t»U:n.
4-S .. re«a Wove Hath fost, pla'a.
liv .. Blue .. Frv-ch Commercial Note.
3 .. fTi»MnT'.ute<t B*ad Note Ull7.
SJ .. Whi.e K'es.'h Commercial Ncte.
y .. WLl:e ih:n Hank Pu»U
(All of the abovt> are plain payers except where not*!)
We have also about
in) Reams Rlu" Ruled Foolscap,
100 •• White ..
1«) .. White aad Blue Plain Pools*ap.
am .. .. .. Itu rd L« wr.
o>o Flee C*londcn>l MeiHua*. cf 2i\ iS, 30,
i.Dd -U' 3; to »'ie reauij all colors.
200 Dosea Packs • reach Enanieled Caxvia,—©Vain and
, «w K 'iued— a variety of patterns- •
1 l sOOO?beewCard PonnL—al; »iu* Itlea and cMots.
A arfequaomyif F.ne Colored Inks, lncludtfl* 1,000
; ssColored P-ster Ink. for sale chesp.
1 CALL AT 13 CL\tiS STESKT,
At the Oifice cf ths P*<ts and Tribuae,
The £conomi»t
COOKING STOVE,
FO It AX D WOOD COAL.
—3 ras—
3ost Perfect, Snbalaatlal and CooTeolent St«T«
IN TllE WORLD.
THE ECONOMIST
Is takia* t'ie
THE ECONOMIST
Has always taken the First Preml&raa where lthaab«n
cxaiblicd,
THE ECONOMIST
Is sold extensively In slictren different States.
THE ECONOMIST
Is wondorfal ftr it« Ec:aony ia Uie use of F-el.
THE ECONOMIST
la slid to hut one dealer la each place.
Applications for tho sale of St stay be made to
\V. IJ. Troadtrell, P»rry & Sorton,
Mknvifactuwa. Albany. S. Y
Or to
<«cor£c 11. Hazelton.
ji'-Sat.'SfuliOtl Hj Kenzic sk. Chicago.
WATE.fi WHEELS.
VANDEWATEU'S
Iteeeuily Improved Jouval Turbiue
WATEB WHEEL.
Office, No. 81 South Clark Street,
CHICAGO.
JOFFiiB TVS IMPROVED TUHBLN'S
Water Wheel lo Uie pubUo wiUi the rulleal coufideao*
aud asaoraace of IU
SUPERIORITy OVER ALL OTHER WHEELS,
Wlthoat any exception. Theyarn weU adapte'l to (and
have been tested Ini Mills of &J de»orit>Uuaa. They idvo
a very
STEADY AND UNITORJi SPEED,
And arc weJi u> very as w-lJ«very'ow
heads and fails. They win wor< w«il in o«* water.wltb*
oat any muterltl loss of uower. aod u:e not troubled
w:Ui ica, aathey are [aitdeof tne forebay aad dl*»
chanted utiilerne itii. 11 requires a so+ll aiQuuJt of aear-
Vd<vo *»v w * t\Uu r A>v.j out lUtle u> setup, and
ruiis utoo a su*t' mat r.s.*-.* Is :i.i > .:j/.dnd will ia»t fcr
ftatrs. This Wheel is c»p»J'le jfyletd!n« a power -if froru
Uto roper cent, oi trie wr^icpower ui t'ae water (accord*
In* to the dcxree of flnlsa of wheel) uii-ler hish Reads
aad faliv and la all casen it !* warr>uited to work op to
the power laid down lu Uie table and to <1?0 satisfaction
When Properly put uj» .md Me^r^i.
State, Coanty aud Town territories Tor «ale.
For furtherpartlculart ie»circuli.*J, wMcli can be ob>
tallied at the Axeot's u<ace. No. -1 iocti Clark it,
FRANCId HARVxY.
seU-ly
■VTORTH saoss EXPRESS COUP .VST
Xi -j»-
Faat Freight Lino,
To aad From All Poluu East.
ihearranteoeota of thU Ceooacy are uoiuryameOfW
the sale, rapid and cneaptMn»t«JtMloa ol aoy de»cnp»
Uon ol treuht to and from the M*t vin
EXPRESS FREIGHT TRAINS,
All reclamations for over chants or damasta, promptly
adjusted on d'Uvery of.'relchU We be* to rrfer Shipper*
lo the Superintendents of the several roads oa wnlch *•
York Olßce. 179 Broadway, Howard Hotel Bulld»
l °Chlca«o Offlce, No. 30 Dearborn street, opposite lh»
River Railroad PaasepJter lx-pot: in avWejtera
Railroad Depot, and in Cilcato at Mlchlaaa Central
Railroad Depot. DKBW A CO..
3t> D-arboro »tr*et. Chicago,
WALUNGFORD k CO.. 176 Urjadway, New' Vart.
Calcaao. Oct. j£ lrsi<v oc&b^tt-3n
for Cairo anil Acw Orleaus,
STEAMER NE V FAiI3 CITY.
riIHE SPLE.VDIO FAST r^E£»
X
N.w F*lls City
Will run, durlo* the comln# Fall and Winter, between
Bt. Louis and New Oneaa.nn fellows: •
IdtAVING 81. *A)UL> Oct. lu, atW 0 clodt A SI.
do do uct. 301 v»\ do do
do do -"«ov. \% wJ, d® do
Jo do Due. 9.V. 'i«> do
do do Dec. '4% 4°
do Jtn.
52 do Keb. 7, 'W. do do
do «1o Fob. T, 'SM, do do
do do M'ch »»•. 'W, mw do do
L*A VIHG CAIRO Oct. IL »\ at 7X o clock P. M.
do do Oct. n,'i»i Jo <]*
do do Nor. JU, ,sa. d® «r®
do do Dec. W» do €lO
do do Dee. to, '}?
do do Ji«. W. 2* «fo 'jo
3a do Fe». *. "W. 40
h& % £
Jiv&t" w " > '
«vill.td-hUS .
/"IHIOACJO i.JSAf rIPR AND
Sheet Lead Work?.
COLLINS A BLATCHFOKD,
nuo/ACTUa*«a of
L«ad Pipe, and
AND DKALEfU IN
J> X O Xi MAx> •
Ag«nta for
fnTTTTTB WHITS IZA2J * OIL CO It?AST.
St. Xjotais Tower.
fIVA full aasortaeatof the above Manofactnrfli 00a.
itacUyonhand.
ORDERS FROM THIS TRADE SOUCTTSD.
CoUlos dc Jlialthlortl*
Qorner of ClintQQ and Fulton su-***.
1 paMTLToa. ruiiLER 00'
' m.ll fouitobbs A2TB SI2A* wrrxaa.
manufaotoby
No. 116 and 118 Fnilltno SOMb
• ita|« KAOQ-lO'i Uk« firMl
111 Hads «f Braa4, Copper, lln. and dheet Iroa
1 Woix Railroad and other
w«ii Haakafbdi dteam vV hlitlo, btlus and tKltt
I f = Wjr«. WM^tkiolerjO^
cerr Toilet fetu. A Um sloe* of COOA
iSfpFAMiia sTovsa
nuaaai hei-SOS .
J "OaODBCE, COMinSSIOJI i SHIPPDia
j X MERCHANT.
1 So. 9 mniartfs Block, corner Clark sad «outh Water^U.
• A«nU for the FOLTON WOaSS, Fulton.
a2,toO*we*o River uompaoy.) Jra.ey
Cora a
quality. Order* addre»ed to M.
will receive prompt attention.
i. 11. TAXLOJt * CO..
Dealers in
Dimension & Bubble Stone,
FBOH JOLIBT, TT.TJriOIS,
a>yfc**>v
. salt: salt:: »*»:::
- rnHE UNDEBSIGXED HAVE OM HASD
I 3000 Barrela Coarie ia'lna a ait. which they ar«
bow otf'ri"* for sal a. JOICL ILLId k CU.
iSl.lt-ta 14) goota >*»ter*W
TTDFI3S JCST RECEIVED, NLSE
""CodlUh lor »'"^ 83STI? » co..
M JaUcHlw

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