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Special Notices.
Tliocc wb» *krurlou* to xiitOMi the £
wonderful perfection to which A. Ohswaldt flat* mana
cr at N. T.) hu brourbt the manufacture
of »Mgi and Toupees, arejnvlied to visit tui *!' and
t> air Drlnxßoomh, at No. 6 Tremont ninclc ice examine
Heie curious produtflon* of art- No scrutiny ex* detect
'be artificial fr»m the natural wtien adluiled to Ihe
head. d« Iy
F." S, rieaver'n Prize Iflftlal Honey
Pi* onlr c*nut:j'-. wl|l oe .oond t'jfbest Toilet Soap
A use. imncssloK a<rw and creamy lat*er. • lasting anu
delicate perfume, and warrantee! no' to Injure tluMkln,
beware of cnuntrnelu.
F. 8. Cleavft-'e Mtui. and Extra Rented Brown Wind
«<*r and OlrcTine S3r:*l Al<o. floonaceous Tooth Pow
ier. for the teeth nod rjmn, to be had at alt riniec table
Dnu, Grocery and Paney B'ores In the United Plates,
Manufactory In London. Wholesale and ReU'latJ. H.
RKV.D A 00.. 1« And 14*> Lake-<, Chicago. ocSS 3m
sa.v»r«r*»» Fluid Kxtract of Bark* an *G
callable rrcu-dy fort\e Feter ad Avue,and the vari
ous foroio? BiHlout Diseases, ♦ntcrmluent, Remittent.
31.111 F-tct and Dumb Ague. htwatihtlf nrfrin In mala.
-ta or rer? ftrtile and marshy diarteU. prepared by Dr.
fi. 8. lawyer. Dmgtfrt and Ghwnlst, and told br Sawyer.
Paige A C'o.. No. 16 Lake street, Chlcato. X
This remrdy la prepared oattrelj rom raetablesab*
.traces. and cot tains no mercury, artedo. or aaythimr ,
hat can prore Inindooa to the mien. Its effect* are 81:
•!io«p f a dsobainientand tonic, well adapted to restore
.!:r healtliy actios of the Liver sad Btomach. whose
farctJccia'e treocralJy imparei In this of dl»- I
sijda.
Quinine and othc. tonics serve <mly in many caaea to 1
areak tbe chills, be' do not remove the diseases of the \
Irer and other organs liiaplieated. on which the chill J
and fever iepend; henfce the osetulntts of tie "Fluid m
frtracJ of IJtrk," (particularly !o regions where Pbyxl- m
ilan* easnr.t be r*»dJl7 consulted), which contains aU
••jccnalltle* tolled tc-ihe Indtcatioas of these maladies, t,
Uundrrd< or usdnonldr b regard tothe efficacy of *
it fiiedlclso frtiti per*.*>r»j of rt«i»eciabHlly, have been 'I
4vm to the prj;>rletor—bsl be doe* not male taeof J
-hemaaherrcfejato ' »»e Uie cedldae Introduce Itself i
gcnr'lybylaarltr ■
rVotlce.—Tlic anilomlenod, i
lin In the MercUat's Bank of M»cod Georgia, are by £
thrprovialongof its Charter, made pcrsanftbiy liable for 2
ttiuaet. The notes o.'LbliUankwlU be taken bymon de- *
•o<H on tbe aatoe teroa »t Kentucky, Indiana and «■
Ohio. 1L A. TUOKER A CO. •
Ccatljcr an& jfiniings. s
!TTTT)iBN~, KHV is CO.,
lne
i'.is U iu<tuii>ti Chicago*
wh
a!|in»r» a - i«' wit
ten
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>*-j,<lsts»'ivv as
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A . 7 Wt
( ! C"j.'irS; Jtdi
P. 'J A VI>KH,
*«9» Turk
r. rn.v,.v j,
«iU.UM V.KAt.
»>'»'• t*biiKg->. 111.
r. F. TTKKKH I, B. BIDWAT
/ real TBEtrEK t EIDWiT, fs&k. T
Manufactort'ra k WLoleaalc Deal
m,n ' A.,
Saddles. Bridios, Collar*, Qiy Baddloi f
ESIDLE FEONTS fU
fad HonxtnKi. Driving Helns. Horse Covert and Blank
eis. M'ltitia. PlyNeU, Ac,. Ac. ' jj
OFFICE AND SA LES-ROOMB:
138 BANDOLPH-ST 238 4\
Ovc-r Hay den. Kay A Co.'a Saddlery Hardware Ptore. ,l fi
pii c
■ ■■■ ■■ II (!t
E. BUHLIEJG
•i UOHITEOT - NOi U & 4C LASALLE
ltrtreet (over iloffum fc *ie'pike'« Daik.: Is rre- A>
par-? Ito furn!in P.anj urH for all kinds of pri<
txiildiDis) ilo coutid'-nllj- rcfur* to many of the best byt
bu'Uirua H -Jiji-aiu—b jUi podlic and prlvate-as cvi* oft
dencusol li'is anility, and Uiat orders latraited to him will Co*
be erecaUM in the ruojt aatiafactory manner. iafebJOJly p.
O. li. WHEELOCK, Q
AND SUPERIXTENDEXT,
OfHoe N"o. /'7 3Dear"born. Bloolc, ® '
Opporite thr Port Office. Chicago, n013>t75
Xjy ILL IA W W. BOYXNOTOK.
ARCHITECT AM) SLTEELVTKIfDETT. Kit
•larefaltninilnste Speciflcatiotx. and IfO
reliabl: prrAitED kstimates Tll '
tf&dc (rom 5?l
street, lstdoor north of Poit Of- froi
Ac-. csylMy-T75 per
jEopctriiicrsliips, &c. S
Notii'E of mssoLunoN—the part- m
NKHSFTIP iicrotofore exisllnp between WillUm
Kllis ati■ lUf ni ituin V\'. Mwiforou do ilerh H Freih and Rti
halt Mch'p. I'.iultry. Q\me. Ac. aUo C.irainlailon Mcr- Bei
cNunts. it lliia d-ty di'bnlvcJ, All accounu to be paid to .
llcjudinio \V. Bl*oefortl». "
JiKVJAMIX W. STANEFORTJI, c ,
jftUC-lw* • WILLI Ail LLLIB.
DI-SOLCTIO-V OF CU PAKTXERSHIP. Sf a
Tiiep*rtner*hlt> hc-.-tofore bfllween the wh
t*ii*l in tUe Whiiesale Liijoor naalnejg, ik hereby hoi
lUtt-oived >»y mututl rjns<*ut. T.ic debts of the late firm prt
will Ic jialil tip il. J Hmtfj, and ail demands owing tothe qs
said firm nc!tl-»d aadpald to the said B J.Hmlth- bei
Jan. Ii JOHN SMITH. Api
ta2Mm* H. J. SMITH.
Dissolution'— the co partner- at
f-h'P of K3lfley. Mora- A 00.. Is tuli d*y dissolved t<
liy mataai consent. - Tjc of the firm t* aaumed m
by liet). It. Ectley, otic; No. 7 I'omaroF'a luildia".
c;lt. ECKLEV,
yKO A. MO list,
O. IL I/03MIH. _
ALUERT MORSE.
C hlcwo. Jauu'.rr 21. je2Jlmoc33
DISSOLUTION" OF CO-PARTKEUSIIIP.
The »v> partnership heretofore ♦'xlstlns between J,
David J. All'lar.: and Wluiim iL under the
firm nam; of Ua.ld J. Millard A Co., baa this day been
dissolved br uanluat consent o( partly, and all baslneu
or tti:> I'teflria w.L bt* dctlieJ and a>iiu>ted by David J. i
MlilirJ. tm. DAVI . J. MILLARD, I
W.H KREIaINGER.
Chtcaco, Janaary 12 1&39.
tVTlie bnalncss will be coa'Jnacd at the old standby
l)A\ld J. .Millard. jaJfc Im*
H3oob t!Ioal. 1
Coal! Coalil
1 Ann TOKS ORMSHY COAL.—THIS
L\ *U U Co*\ :g the best Vu the market for cither
tmoily usea or clean. Alao—
-300 tons Prepared Anthracite (Bread Top.)
300 tons Lump Skamokin. p
AI.FRKD SMITH A CO. {
, North P.er. oppoaij: iiu Central tt. R. J
SfT" OidcrsTuay i<e left at P!
V?. D. BERRVB, ,
S. E. corner Clark A Randolph at#, '
tdOKPOlO) tiaOn., ta
(.'orne' nr Lake and Ulark atrcet?.
Cheap Coal.
\\JK AKE EET.VILTNO, COAL AT $4.50 i
\V perTonequil to lj-ie or Briar 11111. Yard at '
the hock island P.-cuct Oflije. formerly MorrlaOoai Com. I
pany Vard. Ord*r«ieft at the OUitOTi Uouse, IS Laaalle ■
asrert. will be attended to by R. LAW. or >
jaia ba:H hn B. F. bTRoTHKR. .
OOA.L.
N. NELSON UAV'DOS,
YARD AND OFFICE IP/STATE BTRKET, CHICAGO.
CBetwren Adams and Monroeatreeta.)
V"CTT f STOVfi, KGQ. LARGE EGG, FUB- |
haoi:. Broken and Lamp OoaL oy thetonorcar*o. I
fronitije lollowln? sices. L-htca. Scran ton, Laekawana. 1
Hchunokln. Mount Carmd and Ureen Riase, Lrie. Brier
• li:;i. 'Jaipi>ewa and other Wtnmlaoui Ooala.
Bercu. Maple and Uiekory Wood. lonx. tawed, split and
delive-ed.
Coal delivered by the cargo at ali the principal point*
on thy laket. ocliitoJb^ca
OOAL AND WOOD.
! UAAC COALE, AT THE OLD STAND
1 Oornrr of Olark and Ada mi street, offers for Bale
_ \Vcr-d d! all klndi tiawed and £(>Ut and delivered.
Alt'). Kne. Ormsby. Blotabonc. and ether
Coals. Briar Hill, tiailnenlle, and other
OiibOoait. tSheSelS, Morris, and other Illinois Ooala
Onlers proraptir filled and Ooal carefally screened.
liJAAO OOALt.
£U Clark, corner Adas:f-tL
DEALS R 8 AND OONSUMKBS
Aai nrnifl.
S. W. OKIMMOICL * 09..
Are coworepuredtosellanddelivertoanyparloftbt city
YSZZ Of OEARQI
Any of the variocj prodedof their tallla. We shall aim al
the hurs In the acality of oar good*, and with a *ood mill
pood tnaieriaia. and eneticccc. hope to reach and rutin
tain the highest point of excellence. Oar brands of JTloa'
# In barrel* and ban are
Phillips' Mills. ChoiceErtra. No. 1 White Wheat,
Phillips' Mills. Extra hapertne, No. 1 Red Winter.
Phillips' Mills. Oholoc Family, Olicice Extra fiprtcx.
A\c at wholesale ornCall:
White Rye Floor, Cora MeaL dfted euadmulfted.
Graham Floor. Cora and Oats, ground.
Oracked Wheat Mi'idllao.Bran.Bliorta.Bampc.Ae.
K. W. DtNtiidOßfc k 00~
ohtfaaiJT • No U7 Sffavh WtUr ttrwt
TMPROVED FULL IKON FRAME PIANO
1 FORTES Manufactured and for sale
ax retail at Eutero wboiesale price* by
W. T. REID Practical Piano Porte
Maker. Al) Piaac* of his make will be '( 9 I 1>
foil/ warrmsted. Old Piano* will b« taken Is exchange.
frndtaDinx and repairing promptly atieodni to. Apply
Ht b'j Piano Forte ftlanalMLory. No. lE£ WmX Hadlaos
nrwt —yihXMv
* rjpo lIUILDERS, OWNERS, & ROOFERS
The robaertbcrl* prepared to furnish. In larce or c&iU
Qoantiea. MOfttLKV 4 OO'tJ
Corrugated Roofing.
This new article. *o extensive!; In ese. excels aU other
metallc aub«tanees for Rooflnc. beinc more durable,
cheaper, tre and waWyroot and lastlnc as lon* ai tbs
VmUdinK. It ause redooei the rates of Insurance 10 per
cent. i
A Bpedmen. aa well as plans of the various methods of
putting it on. can be aoen by caltlnjr At the ot&ee of th*
Phoenix Insurance Company. I<3 Bouth Water street
Chicago. A. EDWARDS. Agent.
OIL OF COGNAC.
OIL OF COGNAC.
, OIL OF COGNAC.
1,000 OUNCES OF
Green, While and Yclloic
OIL COGNAC,
For aale by frteW ly] PCNTQW a 00
SUNDRIES— 50 BASKETS ClifcUßlES,
60 baa Unparcd Peaches.
&J br>a Pared Peaches.
5 brts Dried Rupbemea,
21 brli Dried Hlaekberriea,
60 ke*> Prenrtj Pnmw,
10 baaketa Hungarian Prune*,
15 ke«a Turkey Praties.
Jost received and for tale by WILLIAM LITTLE A
€ <30.. 161 Houtn dcH-ly
CEUHSTMAS— 250 BOXES FANCT TO 18
' 250 boxes Faner Candles,
3&0 boxc* Fancy Pronea,
W) boxes Roll Lotetuteri.
For aale at 1«1 fiooUi Water aveet. by WM. LITTLE
CO. ,de!44f
Sewing ilTacljtncs.
S I KT Q E ■& ' S
Family Sewing Machines,
Combining the
LATEST IMPROVEMENTS
—AT—
REDUCED PRICES.
Also. Machines frr MANUFACTURING BOOTS AND
SHOES, and (iARMKSRRj of every description, con
stantly on hand.
IVcatern Office 140 take Street.
|a2o c<3 2m A. W. 11AP.RK Agent
|a2Q c<3 2m
•THE SUBSCRIBERS HAVING KECENT
-1 LYreturned ti the cty and taken the Agency of
theabove Machite forihe Western fctates.are now open
ing anew the eld office,
106 Lake Street, (Jp Stairs,
wh*reth»y are prepared to supply Agent* and Families
with Raymond's Sowing Ma-tilnes on tbe mtst liberal
terms. Ha*lr.gforthela« three months pretty Lhorouthly
eanvassed the Sewing Uarhlne market, we caa
out of the maltlplirliy ct new ratcnts the? nre sa-UQed
that the Raymond Machine is deddeJly the best low
urired one in use, and li hard to he excelled ty lie
hicher pri.-ed.
They will repair and put la first-rate runnHc order any
'»! the ltavmond Machine* heretof ore nold by A Hof
bronV or O Kelsey if brought u> tbeir oflics.
fy Wanted. Agents for a'l tbe pnocipu l town? In tbe
Wert. WifIWKLL A HOLBRO"K
Oihc 100 Like street. Chicago, (up ei&ira). P r » l Oi&ce
Box 1v35. jal> bvbC 2m
CHAMPION SEfflNi; MACHINE,
SO, ?S and sl4 Dollar*!!!
Call at 167 Randolph. Street,
Before you purchase any ether Llnd.
UH-lm-b9:3
$30.00
Premiums and Diplomas.
The fiest premium axd diploma
was awarded tothe
Boudoir Sewins Machine,
At the Wisconsin Stat j Fair. Oct. Wh. l B oi: Machines from
One Uuadred to One Hundred aad Fifty Doliars in com
petition. Thus anoth-rlitk ha* Keen added to Its chain
of Premiums. The subscriber be:3 leave to call tbe at
tention ofthe Ladies of Chicago and vicinity to the raer
JUofthUbeautiful aad unrivalled Machine. A few of
Ite prominent advantages over all others are as follows:
Int. It sews with two threads and ilea each stitch.
2d. It makes two dilTerent stitches.
3d. It will sew backwardaawellas forward.
4th. It makes two thousand stitches per minute, and
slxty-uinestitchesto tbe inch.
6tfiL The Inconvenience «fa belt Is obviated by the arr
plication of a Rubber Friction '•'.'hecL
titli. The nominal price of 130 includes stand and fix
tures.
When this Maehlnewas sold at douMc the price. It was
cordially recommended to the public by
I. M. SINGER A CO.
KLTAS HOA'.Ja.
WHEtILER A WILSON.
G&OVEtt A BAKER.
Manufacturing Co,
Aa the bertsinglethrcadMachlnela the market. The
price has been reduced one ha'f anl Its value enhanced
br the addition of tbe Doable Th'cad. An examination
nf thl« Machine and its work is solicited at U. Dewing A
Co's li"K>t and Shoe Btor-. 112 I.a'je street.
Pog» Ivihod L A. HA*CK A CO.. Aferts.
QtIAESH OITY, DODBi B LOOK
TIGHT BTITCE,
ISO BIIWII7S IttAOHINU
NITIR EEFOEE £XniBIT£D IN THI WEBT.
All other Cheap Machines lake only the single thrsid
chain stitch. This takes the taue
TWO THREAD
BUtch as the most expensive cnes is' nre. Its work will
Kot Kip Though txtrj Third Slltcli be Cnt.
The Machine Is simple, easily Adjusted and not Ukely to
get out of order. Works as rapidly, makes as firm and
nandsomea natch as the moot expensive Machines. Bewa
from two commoi spools, does coarse and fine work
perfectly, by simply chaogitxtt the needle and thread.
THEY WILL BTITOE. r 2EM AND GATHER.
Tber make little noise asd rur more easily than most Ma
shinto.
ONS Z.AP7
Wlih aflawin*Mt-aiii-e u ecuaj meftdentyto
Eipht lo Twelve
Rtamstrcttcaby hand. Every family and &ejt one making
Bewicg abuslness should own one. Thills the
Oaly 2UcUl&e Sewlug with Two Threada*
Except one, sold in the world for less than <lO3. Weir
vite all who wiah s Machine to do any kind of work dene
by machinery, to examine ours. Bamplea of work sent by
malluponreerlptofa stamp. Machines sent to persons
who never saw them, and are use J successfully after a few
hours' practice. Full printed Instructions given. Enter,
with a few hundred dollar* to purchase stock,
may now secure lucrative exclusive agencies lc any ofthe
betier towns ofthleoute or Hlssjurl- Nsise others need
apply. Call at
Chits. E. \niwsl)>< Sho« Store, 133 Lake St.,
a ear Clark. Adirea L. CORN ILL,
Box 5.V23 CbleasoTlil.
Statiouern,
STATIONERS.
JONES, PESDFE & SMALL,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
Stationery and Blank Hooks
In all Its variety.
our FAciuriKs rem doxno
Ruling, Binding and Printing
Are unsurpassed is tre West.
%W CALL A\t» rilY
JOKES, PERDUE A SMALL.
delS-)y-b"l9 No. 123 Lake street.
Awarded ior tlie
3d. 1
4th.
■fA
plicatl
UUu
Ci
5 i
*" I
6 I
•H
%
» \
9 -
AJL.SO K-AIXTO = j
Ukittn&B. Beating Wax, 1
Band Boxes, Stael Peru,
Letter Stampa, Ltad Pencils,
Wafer Caps, Banker*' Cues,
Daik Knives, Letter Boxes,
Balers, Pen Solders,
Writing Pads. Honey Booki,
feasors, Pen Backs,
Paper Weights, Twine,
Gold Pens, Quill Pens,
Letter Clipa, Desk Pencils,
Sheas*, Cash Boxes,
Port folios, Blotting Paper,
Spring Files, Irory .Tablets,
Twine Boxes, Qaill*,
Envelope Paper, Elastic Bands,
Twdi* Rubber, Calendars,
Wafers, Iyotj Folder*,
Letter Scales, Paper Filee,
Invoice Filea, Boole Bests,
Mucilage, Gun Tickets,
Wostenholw'i Cutlery. Red (Spool) Tape,
Commercial Printing,
OOHBBTO3 or
CARDS, BILL HEADS, CIRCCLIKS, fce.,
PBOMPTLY EXECUTED AT
StatiODer>a
e033 hflt SI Lake street
©nslcrs.
Y S T E R S-0 Y S T E R S—OYSTERS.
HATCH. MASN A 00'B unrivalled
trean Baltimore Oystm reoeired daily.
Kxprcn only, direct from their packifl*Jnj IISI
hoase in Baltimore, k((L. and (or sale uy V
tLeir depot, No. IS9 Korth Water r.retU Chlcajto.
The care and attention bcior paid to the pre
pari&c of these Oysters, tber bate attained a reputation
ucecoailed by all olhcn. All orders wll) receire prompt
tteatioa. AddreM J. N. HATCH, Agent. _
ocl*baOMm Pott Office box 2K7.
M.
3 OHBSiSTOUKO HYSON,
ODN-POWDER, IMPERIAL AKD BLACK TKAB,
Of late Importation! for aate at lov prices and on liberal
ems., &KrNOLD& ELY A 00.
0011-ty-icT
K'EW RAISINS. 2OO BSS., 150 HF
bzt. New BalilxujuJt received an J for tale by
RgyKOLpa. cl?* 00.
1 C(\ HED&. NfiW N. O. SUGARS,
dow laodisc. and for tale at uprors raxon.
poll-ty biff REYNOLDS. EL? A 00.
S): \f\ POCKETS O. G. JAVA COFFEE,
tt\JU ISO baa prime l*n&m Ooffee for nb
tor RKYwrtLP . CI.Y AOO.
BXS. SCALED AND Nu 1 HES-
LfUVJ ring. ML reodrcd by..
Kfk TCB. HEW EIOE FOE BALE BY
c)V> nam eiTholm. kit * 00.
onn BHDS. SDOAE KOW ABEmNQ
ZUU
PRESS MP TRIBUTE. ,
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PRESS AND TRIBUNE. I
rcaiiisre , f
Daily, Tri-WMkly And W««Uy I
' q
Office 48 Clark fUMt—Over (too. Smith's Bank t
EDITORS AXI> I'UBLISUKRS: r
JOU.V L. BCltlPra, C. H. BAT, «
WIC. BUOS3, JOSEPH MEDIIJ., J
ALFBEI) COWLKS. a
Tmu ofttee frees sb 4 Trtbane. |
Dally, delivered in dty by carrier, per year 15-*W t
Daily.dellveredlncitybyeairler.perwcek Jo 1
Dally, to, Mall Subscribers, per year.... 7.KG T
Dally, to Mail Subscrloeri. mnnllis o
Tri-weekly. per rear. *-tC ?
Weekly.singieauoecriberi ;•«! L
2 copies 3.U0 b
** lcopiei, 4.00 «
'* lu ooples to one addreis L
" a< copies to one address .'A3 AO c
And onefree copy to getter up of dob of twenty.
pFTberewiQ be no deviation from tbeae rates. a
fWMonfrln registered letters may be sent usat'on .
risk Addrea> *
PRESS AJJD TRIBUNE. 8
Chicago. Ullttrti. ,|
THE rBESSAVD TKIBBNE'S J
Great Job Priutfnt; Establishment t e
0
1 lathe areest and finest establUhmentoftbeldndlnthe fl
West. It more li
Printlnjt Materials and more Skillful Workmen than aay
0
other Job PrinUnjj House West or New York. j,
The proprietors are prepared to execute, on short no. v
lice, every variety of BOOK JOB LETTER FBESS ii
and FANCY PRINTING In the BKSI MANNER
at the LOWEST LIVINCt PKIOEH. o
Particular attention riven to the printlns of
Btuines Cards, Fosters,
Visiting Cards, Programmes, y
Ball Tickets, Pamphlets, "
Letter Heads, Circulars,
Bill Heads, Checks,£ a
By-Laws, Blank Notes,
Receipts, Labels. [•
PHINTIHQ IB DOLORS Z
In alllUv&rieUes. done in beautiful atyle and at moder«
ate rates. j; 1
An examination of SPECIMENS and PRICU U re- u
spoctMlylnvlteiL |*
PF~Orders from the Ooontrr promptly filled, and sent
home by Express. jj
Dr. Uolme.s , Last I'oem, *' The Boys." "
The folbwfnc lines b,* Dr. Holmes appear Ju the Allan- £.
lie Mootltly for February. They were written, it la sad. tl
f*r a recent festive patla-ricc of his old clASsmatt-s—'"the \v
boya" of Ilan'arJ College: |ji
th* isniv. t 1
Has there any old fallow sot mired with the boys ? Ui
K tht r • ha*, take him out, witnont m uioc a noise! oi
iianethe Almanac's cheat and the eplte!
Ul4 Time U aliar. We're twent}* to-night!
We're twenty! We're twentr! Who aara we sre more?
He's tlpyy,—young jackanapes !-shnw iiim the door!—
tcmplcjattwenty:-'"—Yes 1 mhitk. If we please:
Where the anow lU*cfl fjll thickest thtre's nothing can m
fret2e.' e£
Was It gnowlnc I spoke of ? Exctue the rels'ake 1 8J
Look close,-you will see not a aijn of allake; X,
We want ssmeneu* Kirlands f rt rtooae we have shed,—
And these ate whhe roses In place of the red! &< -
01
We've a trick, we yung felliws, you m<y have been
teld. j
Of talking (In publk) as if we were oM
lhat boy we call "Dnct. r," and ttiin Wcc«U "Judse"— el
It's a neat httleflction,—of cuurae It's all fudnc.
That ellow'a the "Sre'ker,"—the one t n the richt; tt
"Mr. Mayor." tny you-con». how arc you to-nipht ?
Ihav's our "Member of Conrfrtsi," we eay when we
chaff;
There'* the "Reverend" Whit's his name.—don't make I<
me laugh a(
That boy with the grave Trathema'icnl look tr
Midebclieve he had writtt n a wonierful boot. <v
And theitoriL ACAi»-MVthrußhtitWfvStrue!
choschimrik'htin; a nocd joke it was. too!
There's a b^y—ire pretend—with a thr*»e-decl:er•brail,
'I Ktt could harness a team with a logical rh&in ; Cl
When he spoke fur our manhood In tyllihlcd fire. 01
We called Mm "The Juaiice'*—but now he'a "The g'
tQutre," t *
And there's a nice yomcjler of excellent t-ltlj tl
l'ate tried to conceal hini by naming him Sulth— ..
But be-eLoitcd a song for tlin brave and tne free—
—Jmt read ou his medal—"My country"—"of toee!" Ti
You hearthst boyhughlnc?—You think he's all fun—
But tu e ungcls laugh, too, at the food he has dene; U 1
The ctilldren laoKa l.udas the troop lo his call. m
And tht poor man tbiit knows bhn laughs loudest of all 1 w
Yea, we're boys—always playlet with tongue or with at
pen— tfl
And I oomtUtaMhaveasked—Shall we ever be men?
Shall «c al trays be youthful and liuthing and gar, 10
Tillthe lafit dear c-mpaaiun drops smiling away? jr
Tlien here's to cur boyhood, ita gold and Its crry ? 01
Thettars of lis Winter, the de*a of ltiM*y 1 tc
Aud when we have done with our llfelaaticg toys. a.
Dear Father, taSe c»re of thy children, the Boys! .
ADDRESS 5
or ' g '
HON. El. h. DUNLAI', *
BEFORE THE C
ILLINOIS STATi HORTICTTLTUSAL SOCIETY, al
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At lllocmlngton, UL, Dec. la, 1 ! hi
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[Concluded.] tc
TUB PEAR. Bt
Tlio subject of Pears and Pear culture has oc» TJ
copied much time of our pomological Soloes,
uod volume has been piled upon volume until we } c
are nearly lost in a toe of Pear literature, more }?
OVerpowerina than tho saml-j fra"» «» iuuubbuU
>;uo oattsrj, and still we are but upon the thresh
old of the enquiry, so far as its culture on our K'
prairies is concerned. u '
Thus far the tmbject has been dirided and cnb- ?'
divided; high headti, low heads, and in many Ic
caaea, no heads at all, except a bare show of
fruit spurs. Again, l)warf and Standard have "
each had their advocates, and a warm debate D
has been, and is still carried on between the
friends and advocates of either system. In ad- Ir
dition to this, those parties have again been P
subdivided into advocates of certain stocks. The °
Quince, the Moon tain Ash, the Native Thorn,
toe Apple, the Choke Pear, and our best Table cl
Pear. e '
1 shall not consider it my duty to take sides in ~
this Pear war, nor would 1 adrise our orchard* {*
ists to do so, as our Eastern iriends are eotitled
to this sort ot exercise by pre-emptive right. 11
They have marched and countermarched, not
only uoder the walls of Bunker Hill, along the °
classic Connecticut, up the Hudson, over the •*
shoales of Onondaga, through the great valley
of the Genessee, around the head of the late *'
where Buffalo holds the keys of commerce, along "
the line of lakes to Cleveland, and thence to the 0
Queen City ot the West. The smoke* of tbeir
bas so befogged tbose battallions that it is
impossible to get at the results, and further than e
this, tbat in the attempt of tbese valiant cbam- °
pions to supply the million with cheap Pears— • L
i aye, with luscious Pears, that should prove to 7
them lhat the last best gift of Pomona was re* 1
served lor these latter days. The price bas 0
been reduced to six dollars a dozen, and in Boms v
cases, aa low as fifteen dollars per barrel, at €
wholesale. ?
Until they have achieved better malts, 1 *
fear the honest poor will never have the pleas- J
nre ot tasting the melting richness of those spec- *
ial gifts of our goddess. Hut, allow me to say 1
in this connection, tbatthel'ear, whether Dwarf *
or Standard, should be planted within onr belt 1
of Sylvan beauty, its early blossoms, so sensi-
tive to vernal Irost, needs that this protecting 1
mantle be spread over them to guard them lrom 1
the wuyward atmosphere. Lovers ol tine, melt- '
ing Pears, may 1 aek you to plant this fruit, both
in tbe orchard and on the deeply spaded '
lawn, both Standard and Dwarf? See that tber -
are not exposed to the rude blast, for remem
ber they are not oaks or willows that will bear ,
harsh usage, but tbe delicate organism of this j
tree, particularly, requires that it receive yonr
most constant care, and when thus treated, 1 ,
have great confidence that in very many parts
of our widely diversified State, this delicious ;
fruit will bo foiled entitled to oar high con- ;
sideration.
SQOW OF FRUITS.
In looking upon your tables my eyes rest on
tine specimens of your pomonal products—
specimensof which you may wellfeelproud, not
only as a proof of cur ferule soil, of our sunny
skies, which most endow all with ample proof
tbat we may prondly claim this land—this broad
sweep of prairie, aathelavoriteseatof horticul
tural and pomonal progress,
But tbe growers of this tine fruit are here, or
at least we baTe evidence of the aspect, tbe pro
tection, location, amount of sun and shade that
bas been nsed to produce snch fioe specimens of
growth, and upon inquiry nearly aU of it has
been grown within and protected by belts or
groves of forests. That fine lot from Adams
County was grown under tbe protection of tbe
pines that beautify and embeiish the home of
my friend Jones, while they were kissed by tbe
summer sun, and their crude juices elaborated
to gratily the palate, and tbeir outer rinds pen
cilled up with colors beyond the painter's art.
Tbose fine, *orb-like apples, from tbe swelling
slopes ot pomonal Egypt, have been grown un
der the protecting eagis of tbe forest verdure,
that w&ves its wand like sympathies over tbeir
pomonal wards.
UKOBRDRAIKI.SG
Is undoubtedly a great aid in orchard culture,
but the pomologist bas but half performed his
tftgir when his grounds are underdrained and his
trees planted; his next work is to plant that
belt of sylvan beauty that is to act like a girdle
of warmth in protecting his trees lrom sudden
changes of temperature. The underdraias will
perform that service to the soil wbich the belt
of wood does to the atmosphere, correcting its
excesses and promoting an equable condition of
heat and moisture.
TUB gaudzs.
The same general rules apply with tbe same
force to the gurden, and botb orchard and gar
den should be deeply plowed, and well rotted
manure mixed with the soil, except in the few
cases where mulching is desirable, and even
then 1 would prefer well rotted manure for the
purpose. Deep and thorongh culture, botb in
= garden and orchard, is to my mind, wbat we
t want, while mulching is but a feeble substitute,
and is only admissible with newlr planted trees.
When the shade of trees is sufficient to prevent
B the growth of weeds and grass, the falling
leaves will auyply tbe place of manure, and as
e- the ground cannot be baked by the euu or beat
down with heavy rains the stirring ot the soil is
of less value.
TBI &KJLLL FtCITS.
5 Tbe small fmits, snch as strawberries, gooso*
f berries, currants, blackberries and raspberries,
' have not received the attention that tbeir great
value should have commanded. Tber belong to I
a 1 our more immediate bom* surroundings and i
should come under the more direct superintend
— ence of onr female friends. Not that we expect
¥ tbey would spade up or plow tbe gronnd, but
thst they shall have the general soperrision of
them, to aay where, wben and bow many shall
q be planted, and in the settlor, pruning, tying
' np and picking, they may, with great profit to
tbeir health and pleasure vo themselves, lend a
CT helping band. It is these small favors that give
value to tbe rural meal, partaken or undee tbe
, influence of healthy exercise, and it is tbese
that give us a stronger love of home, because
A* they -add to onr happiness, not only in their cul
ture but in their use. They may well be called
!i- preaerres, for they preserve and protect our ap
!Y petites from seeking less congenial food, and
i. tbey preserve onr lore of home—our love to
~ tbose whose fair bands prepare them for the
'** table and present them to minister to oar health
i and gratification.
—— .--11 the ofl '
| When Sprint! Bt»U W' n * wi™r,
1 yonder grove, let u» w " 1 ' kso retreat" __
bods and <laußhUr«, e»t« in j w , cW) w- I
and return laden «rtb,r.ch BP°»» be |
rie«, raspberries andl o»er ol[ltrJ thll t ronit
planted and cultivated new . ge w t, oß e home
corns from the nurseries. t in the E
is far cot upon the P™" e '.? d iii, liaten>n«
quiet retreat ot these n° o £® her( .,i warblerß,
to the sweet sontfs ot the ' e . ;o your prai- i L
will implant a wish to ent c mQS ic, free
rie home, wherei thej wtll K>™ , elflet4 of
os the zypbers that ki«» the treasure
Toar golden gra.o. la?' '£ e £ { OGr orch
abont your garden, J°".'° h u Te SOll gs to cheer
ards and you shall not oni X *' T Daß y help-
youatyonrtoil, but you .hall h.«
era to protect joa frO .P * JL nl TOur garden J
that prey upon jour held_ crop bfl
vegetables and jour ftjjj*- . f r unre quited
grateful for ,a * or * P e f fo^ nl \ retß in whose
favors, freely lavished. plant trees,
branches your feathered friea 1« d£]i _ go
yonnjf and from which tbey wimeou j
cioos strains of moßic. _ aß{ j
If you do not wish yonr grown up bodb ana
daughters to stray off into tar off lands,
the scramble for gold, for P° w " c Mture— li
stirs up all the worst passions of our name -
.f yon wish them to settle down m the midst, m
social privileges, surrounded .1'
make your home attractive and set hrn the
example of rational and rehaed SO
teach them the love of flowers, the 'PP™'!! 10 ® r
of the betutifal in nature and art, draw lhem
around the altar of home, surrounded by toe J
living avmbola of native beauty. .. i» J';,
We have a couotry, nch in its boundless wealth sd
of products, smoothed out into va?t fields by to Ac
ntoiic band or the Great Giver, to™***.™ 1
Minding furrows fir*t planted Lvthe •Almj.hty,
into which be ordered the waters to Use tueir
cour.-cs, and upoa whose baska he planted ue m{
leafy treasures of his fostering care. The gentu*
of man has plowed tbu bosom of our nvers mill
lkets of commerce, it has laid the Jron way
\mt the teeming prairie and put mia near corn- J_
inuoion with the great marf. of the world. Oar ~
Suite standi high among the com exchanges J
wbt.ro the toiling millions teek their food. /hey
cast their pyes westward and exclaim: " Illinois.
Illinois! What happiness her citizens must enjov Bj
amid such lavish abundance of cereal wealth,'
liut they do not know we are ibe slaves to com*
rtierce ; that we worship sections and quarter sec
tions; that we rear au idol of broad acres aud j
grasp after a phantom that brings va disappoint-
ment; that we have looked beyond thetacrcd pre
ciuJd of bome lor that enjoyment which is alone
fovnd within its bordeis. Too many of our iomea T
njud out in bold relief, marking their oatl'De* X
a:aiu<t the wintersky, and receiving the slock of H(
chilling frusta sent from the vast storchon* of his
Hyperborean wujc.sty. Of what value thti cereal
ueultti; this land-wor-bip; this slavery to the
jioient dollar; this blanching of the cheekbj hon
c>t toil; t hia ncslect ol home and itsturroiudings,
that ►huuUl biilig us health and have r
we n.-l that order which gives u.s eight w
hours for luW, tight hours ioi* recreation and Be
r'gbt bouts lur sleep? Is it not ra'-Derour lirst t
duty to provide for the comfort and pleasure of •
oar tLut we may grow rich in tl«; love of j
country,—in the love of home, around which I
should duster our dearest sympathies?
The various icsecta, ao coctemptible in them- c
selvee, yek when arrayed as tbey sometimes are, i
id countless numbers, make no insignificant en- g y
emy, and &t which we are sometimes almost »
appalled, should receive more of our attention.
The study of Catomologj should be encoaraged |
sj as to eaable as to know oar enemies from t0
our lrieods uj it is well known that anong ia- Jlf t
eect life, there are many that aid us in keeping isi
down tbose that are bent on mishie/. We
should tbes be enabled to draw a line between OE>
them so os always to distinguish the bad from
the good. is
i'ue alkalies and acids are both iojirioas to of
insect life, and both make valuable fertilizers. . 1
Is u not, therefore, possible that wi:h these j,e
acids we cun make successful war on these des- I
tructive hordes, and at the same time incraase 1
the growth of ourplants.
The Chinch Bog, the llessian Fly, tie iiark p
Louse, the Woolly Aphis, the Borer, and an ol- an
most endless Tanety of depredators, prey upon <* 3
our trees and our iield crops; while ia early
spring others as ruinous commence to eat oot
the germ of the newly planted seeds, or destroy
thetiret shoots of the plants. We mist look
these things in the face and leara to check their
ravages; it will cot do to let them cooe whea
they will, eat what they choose atd leave at their *
good pleasure. The Ojrculio which has rav
uged our plums, cur nectarines, and threatens
with destruction cur entire peach crop, has
scarcely been met upon the threshold of his vie*
tones. A few coo(,s of chickens have been put
in array sgainst him and he has been jarred
from his perch; but be swarma in increased J1
numbers, and bids the laggards in practical En
tomology defiance. Was he followed up with
dose after dose of acids and alkalies, shook down
into .Dr. Hull's inverted wheel-barrow umbrella,
wbiie the morning sun is drinking up the dews,
think you, would he not succumb to finch ener
getic practice?
The vegetable garden! Howwe rejoice when
we enter its hallowed bounds of health-giving Fc
food! Huge Beets, Carrots, Turnips, Onions,
Cabbages, etc., rich with the ripened hues of
autumn, ready to be garnered into the cellar to
minister to our wants while the earth performs
her hibernation and no longer yields her boun* E
ties. But when overrun witb weeds, or the au
tumn grasses, among which we find a few ri
starred plants, fuint vvidetce that the spring I
visited the spot, and that the gnardian spirit ci
which rules the farmer has been off dnty—play* th
iog the laggard—and by sad, unwarranted neg* .
lect, made itie most valuable part »f the farm a
ban en waste.
Allow us for a moment to consider the flower 01
garden, that bright gem that, like a gaardton **
angel, btads xh« household by its secrst bonds ■
of neauty. Are we not ®ti (overs of the beauti* ~
ful? We may worship at the eu.;» A nf wealth
we may pay tribute to fame, but we now
in bumble adoration to beauty. What is a farm =
housu without Uowers? Of what Talue is its
surroundings, it llowers—vernal Uswers, sum
iner flowers and autumn flowers form not a (j
part ot the fitting? It is like the blasted pine
on the mountain's side, alone in its desolation,
and without the hope of again having its head T|
clothed in verdure, an emblem of awe, of blast- J
ed hopes or the want of energy. Plant flowers
—they will repay your care in love, in an en
larged idea of the Great Giver, and when you
bend from toil they will breathe sweet odorß
that shall repay you for all their care. wi
Our good friends, the birds, should partake of *
our bounty, and be protected ia their rights. D<
They destroy hundreds of of larva and to
of catterpillars daily, and were it not for them tt
the insect tribes would rob our orchards of their
foliage, our ehadc trees of their beauty, and *
our belds of a large part of tbeir products. It
is true that tbey sometimes take a little toll, *
but it is when they bare exhausted our insect B
enemies, or that we fail to plow np tbe grubs £
npon which they shonld make tbeir dally meals, a
Did yon ever know the Bl&ck-bird to pull up o
jour corn after the plow commenced turning up c
tbe fresh soil, whence its keen eye would seek
ont tbe grubs, its more favorite food? See
with what confidence they follow after yon in |
early spring, as you turn up the soil for yonr u
summer crops of corn and oata. Would it not be 8
better to teed them than to hunt them down—to *
plant groves for tbeir protection than to drive ,
them away ? I know your answer will be in tbe
affirmative. What music there is in the Robiu'a
early cat 01, as tbe hues of morning first paint tbeir
fain; outlines on the gated of day, and betorc the
sua bai sned his glories over ibe earth juit arous
ing from htr winter sleep I T» yoe whose homes
ate ombuwered in trees and climbing vines, and
who aie daily greeted with bird music, richer than
that which Hows from reed or tortured string, you
can tiillv appreciate the value of their labors in
ymir behalf. But to those who?c morning music |
is only the shrill clarion notesof the rough throat
ed Suaughai—to them we would appeal, to them
we would urge the rights aud privileges of our
feathrred friends. 1
In C'inclu-ion. I woold ask, do wo need mote i
o:iau>werablcargumcQiHtocoiivicc ustbat though
oaturf has been so bvish In soil and climate
throughout tbe length lud breadth ot our noble
State, ttiL|t there is left lor ns a duty—call it an
•art, if you please—to finish as may be required
lor uur'use and comfort, tbit great vascular sys
tem of nature tlut is mapped out in such magnifi
cent ix-anty before in. It is mcnt evidently our
duly to complete the picture- The Great Giver
baa lett this to the proud aud far seeing genia* of
roan, nnd why shonld he not bring his energies to
the task and thus «how his appreciation and love
of that power which has placed h;m but a little
lower than tbe angels.
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»°P /--UDET AND STEEIi MIXED BATQTKTIS,
in TONS SICILY'StJMAO, JOB SALE
IU to UITTU FUJI *.OO. IIM
Banking anfr (Exrfljangc.
PXCHAKGE AND DEPOSIT BAKE ~
•* —c r— U
WEAUE, CARPENTEft & CO., W
CEDAK RAPIDS, IOWA.
Jons WCIIE s, D. CIRPtSTIB 0. 8. STOW.
-Rem TO- TTT
Baak Sew York. U •
Mcßnue Brothers
i* 't Binkers* Maiaiine! "
E. L llnkhaaiACo.,B4niera. Chlcaao.liL
otonrea. titlbaj A Co . "Binkers Wooiter, O.
C°olc,Svxeal A Downey. Bankers......lowaCity, lowa.
J. G. Graves, M. D Nashua, ii. U.
GHANCIiB, WELUON & CO.,
BANKEBS AND DEALERS IK EX
CHANGE, eqrner of Randolph and Market stmts
tuads Block), Chicago. 81.
aayra to -cj
y s "™- W EP- £«- Cbicuo a Llnd. &q, CUcko.
ÜB. Otis A Co„ •* E. L Tlnkhao "
i-R-II»oper " tamers' Uana>
)*l7 3m field. Ohio.
B.ijritijra movse
OF WILLASD, ALEXANDER & CO. V
Bank o( Deposit, Pcreigaand Domestic Eschange,
vouection and Psisaxe.
60 OLAHK STREET CHICAGO.
de-3-ly-btitj
BALSWiar h. DODGE' TTJ
gAKKERSi LAND AGENTa
COUNCIL BXXOT3 IOWA CITY.
Col] ectlons made at the ojoal rates. Zxchaage on the
principal eitles of the Union booaht and sold Seal £*■
tate booxht and sold on commission. LaadwsrraaUlo
cated at no aer taJ acres, and 'J34e per acre Land 02c e
fee. Ail sited warrants in une proportion.
XEPtEENOEfl:—Marine Back. Chicago; Henry Farsanj,
Preslient Chisago and R. L Kallroad; American And
Exchange Bank, Mew York: Dorkee k Bollock, 8t
LonU.
JOHN T. DODGE. delMyattf O. M. BAXDWIW.
OOOLBAUO & BROOKS. 1
OAKKERS AND DEALERS IK EX-
JjOßllSli
BURLINGTON, IOWA
tr Prompt attention Ten to the collection of Note*
Drafta, etc
Sefer to Geone Smith k Co* Marine Bank. Mer- X3<
hants darings Loan and Trnst 00., and /. G. Adams.
w. t. oooLßagQa. r. w. aaooo.
EBWJ). I. TINKHAM &. CO., T
BROKERS, AND DEALERS IN EXCHANBE, ■*-
Corner Clark and Lake Street*
CHICAGO.
*»»Ar.O I. lI.>KJUW r-ly) JOHN c. iIIUL q,
CBAELE3 H. HAM A 00. j»»
Bankers and dealers in ex- Tc
chance. 3* Clark street, Chicago. RpO 1
Comkesbios Duaamcxr—HAM. CHAMBERS k CO.,
Dealers in Secorities. Boj and delJ Paper nai
by Real Kstate. and idve sfiedal attention to in
vestments for Eastern Parties. at>ld-t754-ly
(WHT.H a. b. b. cnaMßtag. cro. D. wbittuc.
;*MC3 *. BSCK... hesbt sath«.
DUPES, BECK. & SA.YLES, At I
Bankers and brokers, nos, 3& 5 x
Devonshire street. Boston, tire particular atten- In t
lion to the Mines of Lake dupenor and are prepared *u<
to tarnish reliable information respecting them. A ***
monthly review of tbe dtoca and Money Market with P££
Quotations of all tbe Current Securities, will be sent to ...
«NT address desired. ao3S-'6a-ly Yc
a. 1. iams a. aiwoKn w. a. nicoaiux.
LANE, SANFORD & CO.,
CIOCCESSORS TO DICKERiIAN, WHE EL
ES k CO. Bankera, £ockiOrd, Illinois
Collections made and remitted promptly at torrent
rates of Exchange. .
B*teb to—Ocean Bank, few York; Shoe and Leather |\
! Dealers' Bank. Boston; Eiuhanjoj Bank. G:»lca*o. ao2l
HOFF.HANN & GKLFCKK,
BA. N KERB, Chioaso.
Deposits sreived and interest
allowed ou Denoslt& Liberal accommoda
boos icranted to depositors. Independent of the state of
the money market.
EXCHANGE and Letters . f Credit, In snms to suit, on
the orindpal cities of the United States and Europe.
EXOHANGE ON EUBOPE, to Importers, at New York An
quotations.
TIME LOANS on private bonds and mortgages nego
tiated. Western State, toonty. City or Railroad Loans _
negotiated abroad. ian& Ki
fnncai. aornuJK. ai.KT.siu.ga. otto oaucn.
t7X>RIOBS 6L OEtJDTNEH
CLASS STREET-OLD TRIBUNE OiTIOB.
Specie, Bank Note, £xchanffe _j
AND COLLECTING OWICE.
Buy constantly Foreign and Domestic Gold and Silver
Ooins, Eastern Bunk Notes and Uncorrent Money. Sell
tactauxe on New York, and make UaUectiocsthrouxhoot
the United States and CanaJai. ly slit
OOOK 4. SARGENT
DAVENPORT IOWA. J
OOOK SARGENT &. DOCTXEY
IOWA CITY IOWA.
OOOK SARGENT &. OOOK- »
f ORT DES MOISE3 IOWA. f
OOOK SARGENT & PARKER
TLORSNCE. NEBRASKA.
j tANKERS & DEALERS IN EXCHANGE.
J ) Make collections and remit to any pert of the
Union. Land Warrants bought, sold and located.
*V~P&rtlcaiar attenuon fdven to the payment of taxes.
AttomaptfV. Law connected with oar hoaaea. T
COOS A DILLON. Davenport lowa.
I. D. DOWNEY, lowaCtty.
imi to
t. W. Cisak A 00., Philadelphia.
1L W. Clark. A 00., New York.
J. J. DizweX PreiL Masa Bank, Boston
N, Hoimea A rioo. Pluabarxh.
J.W.Clark A Co., Boston. r
E. W. Ulark A Brother, SL Looli. ®
Hatch A Lar.ylon. SbLooia
Geo. timlth A Co., Cidcwo.
Joan O. fiarnent, wsshingaan. D. 0. roylS-ly
TBE BASK OF AURORA.
BALL A uaOTUSBe. AUBORA. ILLINOIS.
O ANKERS & DEALERS IN EXCHANGE, j
Ail collections entrusted to then will meet prompt at>
tention. Referto Bank of the Utate, New York; P. G.
Adams and Smith A Co.. Chlcwo.
x. v. bill. b. r. Hi-DU r. t. nau-
A. C. OEIITEL,
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC EXCUANGB
J. and Collection OSce. Alio, Notary *»»»*«<:•
"o Dearborn street, Chicago, 111. . • n^ly-3CT
OFPIO ps * BROTHER ]
-y-> lh n. ER s S —DEALERS IN UNCUR
kj rent Money. SlsJit and Time Bills of Exchange* Gold 1
and Silver Coin. etc. Receive deposits, and pay particu
lar attention to collecting. Othce 154 Lake street. Ma
rine Bank Building.open from 9 A. M. to 12* p. U.
REfERKNOm
North Bank. Boston.
Metropolitan Bank, New York, *
Sherman A Collin*. " " I
Marine Bank, Ch'.ceco.
J. H. Dnnham A 00., Uhlcaxc.
B- W. OFPIOER and SAirL P. 07/10ER. General
Partners. ori3-ly
Illinois Savings Institution,
IK THE CUT OF CHICAGO, s
[lneorporaitd Fehrmry, 1257.] V
J»HIS INSTITUTION RECEIVES DK- J
_l_ po&itaofonedoilar.andnpwards,fromallclaswao( n
persons, incladina ■
MINORS AND MARRIED WOMEN,
and allow Interest at the rate of six per cent, per au*
nam. :
Dividends payable on the Cnrt Monday of January and
July.
TKCBTEIB.
John H Senile. Wm B Ogden Jti Dnnham
Geo W Dole, Gti Hnsbard, d W Baymont *
Krastus ti Williams, John a Reed, Henry whltbeck,
eoEritanton, AleaOOorentry, O RW LolL
Nathan B Kidder. 1 J
Oflce No. "u, Washington street, Portland Block.
Offlce open daily dorin* the usnai hours of basine*
•ad on Tuesday and Saturday evenlnn.
JOHN IL KlNOt President.
N. B. KIDDER, Cashier. iyl&alt>4-ly j
AZKXN & NORTON ' ■
O ANKERS y DEALERS IN EXCHANGE, i
No. 43, BOUTS CSLA&K St.. OBIOAGO, ILL, "
GREEN A STONE
BANXBBS— MUSCATINE, IOWA. r'HOMi 3 ! }
attention idven to Ooliecuona, and proceeds reolue"
•n day of payment, at esnent raw* p f •xohactr.
aaraaa'cKa.
MNsra Gaorge Smith AOc Chicu' •
Marine bank. Chicago.
L. A. Benoist A Oo„ w Lonla.
Ueasrs. Glimore A OlnelnnaQ,
Bhoe and Leather Dealers Bank. Boston
tey<g»n hank. N*¥ Vorr noHJfjtt'
GEO. -S VIITH 4. 00.
Bankers and jealers in foreigs
and Domestic £zcn *;e.
I OIQOAG LLUNOii.
' prindral dtlvi ia ui
tedgutea.onthatnoatafor Metetma, leM
J. a. QOWEE BROTHERS U. GO.
Bankers, dealers in exchange
—A*D—
■ IiAHD AGI N T
r. 10 orrr- —, iowa
um n
'* Mevs. K. K. Swift A 00., Chicago.
Jokn Thomcsoa No. 2 Wall street^ew Icri.
Mem. D. A. January A Co., Bt, MotU. Mx
py»lr4»il
G. O. WHITNEY A 00.
k 1> AN KING AND EXCHANGE OFFICE.—
L X> 33 CLARK STRJICT. Dealers in
EASTERN AVO FOREIGN EXCHANGE.
OjKI. idlver and Dneurrent Money and scld.
► Prenutus paid oo CU> and ilastern Bank Detw
k ilia received and interest allowed on Special Dttodit,
J Rafts for sale on f'c.'iwii, trexand and bcoUand. and all
parts of Germasy.
Particular attention given to lice easctladon of Uce
. aitesandßUUof ttatiianae.
OollscUcns made and remitted forward on aayofpay*
). AealXstais,and all othrr tranaat
_ lions La a General Fnn>jni and Oonalsslon busineea
nys-ly-psas Q. c. WHITNKY A BON. 28 Clark s*.
Z. Q. BARBOR
"DANKING AND EXCHANGE OFFICE.—
L 4!Briar iTUXt'
rriftTCt Mrniw. n.iu aj.l " 'l' L.cxck
13d told.
&anax>cs.—J. Taqztf Bctaacs. Pr«udeal Martnt
Bank: P.G. Ada»a. feli-ly
E. PRUSSING A STEXNBAEaSER*
t DEALERS IN EXCHANBE, MONEV,
real estate brokers.
p. §0 .goath Garh-at., Cp *ta1rv.........50,
" asara raa tbb . ,
J British Commircial Life Insurmct CbnpaH»,
XiOKDON and AHXRICA. Carnat «s^oaOQl
snSasn>ly KRN3TPRUSSING, NotaryPubiio.
B. W. PBILLJPS BANKER.
~ Ho. i f"" gTi»*T— Loot' BciLntia.
CHICAGO. ILUNOIA
Buys sight and time drafts on
the Eastern Cities. Disjoints Bosinen Paper. Deals
tn eoronean and DooeiUc Us apecle. Land War
ranta,uncuirentßankNotea and itakesCoUectlousaa
aU acceaitlepolnta. oclS4y-hltrt
marine bank.
Chicago karine and jibs insu
rance Oomsany.
oAraAL.wo.ax
U OASTSEiOatfdeanlßeerwtar;.
i. lOUHQ BCAMMOS, PreddOv
jallaflttons »ads and drafts rcmittad to all partto r ut
QSmI I+LMIT
H. A. TUOKEB & 00.
& -rVECHANGE BANK—BANKERS AND
lha Pi pealm 1p Wiraer of Clark ml L»ltbj!«
be fhrtsffi Illinois.
as made in tbe different dtlet In tn<
055 a. t^v^wuthttowWeßrtgtrataa.
l_ STEHIaINQ exchange.
rrrE are drawing direct on
JM W
itly of Continental Corope. We also issne passage tickets
Mtsl from Liverpool. Hamburg, Antwern, Jrepen and Havre
pes uMev York. MORyORD BROTHKRS,
<T»la3<o-6a tiake*^
saOKFOBO BROTHERS
rr XJASKKHS AND EXCHANGE BSOKEBB,
'» La d Wawaat*. eoruar of Clark asdUks
2L- * ,r " (Ckarir A. Knrford,Kn. KrwYork,
_ Tali Lin— r M ir« CMvenier A •*
LS iey,fcq.Oi«kicr2enia > liKxß%
ti
JDrp ©oobs.
gARQAINS IN SILKS
—A3V—
J
WINTER DRESS GOODS!!
T. B. CARTER & CO.,
. WTli offer the balanee of their stock of
_d|
ELEGANT SXLES
At a Great Sednctlon frorf former Prices apd
If]
WITHOUT RECARD TO COST.
They win also «ive creat bargains In all kinds of
WINTER DEESS GOODS,
Miawls ana Cloaks,
EMBROIDERIES, fro
And other Goods which they are desireaa of doslntcat
ibefore taking an' Inventory.
TEKMS (JASHI
pes
.*e
T. 15. Csvrter & Co., ™
13G Lake Street 138 l 3
□«; bS33 IB) -tl
W PRICES WIN. **
PEAEB, MARSH & DeLONG,
30 Lake Street.
Oar policy of small expenses, and standard Goods at
low p'ices to men who pay, having carried us success*
fully through times of panic, we shall still adhere to it.
« e are determined to offer Irrtsistable inducements to I
iroodmen. and shall offer at WHOLCiALIt throughout
the season, a very full fprlnx titoca ot the ver7 best
mates of
STAPLE DRY GOODS* j
HOSIERY AND NOTION?,
At the verr Lowest Prices that close buying and small
expenses will admit c f. ,
To our customers who knew our way of business »'
In the p*st, this notice Is unneecstary. bat we solicit
! attention of all good men who "looa around" lor the ad
vantages of the market, and have something sore than
promises to pay for goods. cS<m
78 - - Lake Street, - - 78
2!
TRIIMIXGS, EMBROIDERIES.
LACE S,
NEW STYLE SKIRTS J
COKSETS. *
UNDER GARMENTS, "
GLOVESi AND HOSIERY, o
KID GLOVES, -
WOOLEN GOODS,
BEBLIN WOOLS, w
And a General Stock of
S3X A*z. L WABSS p
Ke;t Constantly onhtn-1 and for safe
Wholesale and Retail, *
78 Lake Street. o
ja2o A. GRAYEfI. (Late a T. AlkinsonJ
GREAT BARGAINS ;
—IN— B
DEY GOODS ! °
FIIEEDJIAN, GOODKLND i €0„
G
135 Lake Street 135
Offerfrcm thijdalefir theba'ance of the Season, their
Entire Stock, consisting of
RICH DRESS SILKS, U
MERINOS, j
~an>—
ALL KINDS OF WLYTE& DRESS GOODS.
CLOAKS. SHAWLS,
EMBROIDERIES, t
AVOOLEN lIUSIEISIC9,
TBLinimS, RIBBONS, (
and ."TIILLINERV GOODS,
At Less than IVnv York Cost, (
Wlthavlew tocicsethem ont and-
MAKE ROOM FOR OUR
Heavy Spring Purchases! ,
I'SEEDaiV, euODKOD I CO M
ISA LAKH tsTUKKT 135. ,
jalJ bMI 3
185S - - - - Fill and Ulnter. - - - - 1858.
COOLEY, FAHWELL & CO M
(Snccessot* to Oooley, WadswarthA CoJ
OJBY GOODS JOBBERS, .
42.43 4 46 Wahaah Avano^
Are. now receiving a Ml asaortaent of
DRY G0983, YANKEE NOnOffS, ETC., ETC.,
IQH THE 7ALL AND WINTEB TRADE. 1
wtvtat.T. PROFITS AND PBOMPT PAT
m\ be oar motto, and all dealer*, particularly cash and
short time trade, will find It to tbeir Interest to examine
our extensive andattractivestock before purchasing else
where. mha-taot-wly,
ljugtiicgs €arDg.
JOHN 6. ROGERS
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
100 EANDOLPH STREET 100
BLAOZWELL A cuMxazzra
Attorxies and counsellors at
LAW, 81 Soath C.ark street, opposite the Ooart
Boate. Chicago. Illlaols. Will practice la the federal
and Bute Qjortt of lUaola, and In the dasrcme Co art
of the United States. _
iincawcu. Cdel7] GmwW CgMMHO.
GOOOWZV LARMED A GOODWIN
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS—
r\ a OSee No. 97 Washington street, adjolnlna Lar
r Block, Chicaao, IlUnots,
HTPBUi-OOODWU aOW. C IUJUTIP DA.S*LOOODWT». Jfc.
GOOSZVS THOMAS A ROBERTS-"
Attorneys at law, 79 and si
Dearborn Street. Chicago. Illinois. no! 9 bSM 3m
DRASE A 880.
234 Clark Street ....231
Dealers in paper hangings,—
PAPER HANGERS. Ac- Ac.
i House. Sin and Shade Painters. ocS bllMm
BASS A MULVEJ
Attorneys and counsellors at
LAW, No. 47 Clark street. Cblcaao.
BA'S. - oclb4a-ly jc.xrcs MCtver.
STEELE* A •RTr.TTV
S \ TTORNEYS AT LAW, 5S DEARBORN
OLararaT. Chlcajro. _
Room Na A Walter's Building. P. 0. Box 4377.
JOHN A. BROSS
ATTORNEY AND SOLICITOR AND
UNITED STATU 00MK133I0HIK.
C. a. Marshal'* Sooo. LC Lake street.
CRAWFORD, 83ABP A CO.,
iMI'OUTERS AND DZ iLERS IN CROCK-
Kfty, GU»* »a! CS'n*, CatVrr, Looltmx
ri.vurs, (>ua:rsaa<l UriUuni» (jiki* ttrvet,
t-'hir»go. fll.
d. O. H. A X*. LAITJ9<
?• TTTHOLESALE PAPER WAREHOUSE,
A VV 49 SOUTH WATER STREET,
Are now recsirtn* tbeir winter ct«c)t of fine facers and
re eastern Book Faoen, whlca they offer at low
frin tin s oaper of every stag and Pert quality. oc7.blgl
i*' VOXiOAM FOOaDBT.
DILUTION STREET, tBTWEBJI rUI.TO2f
u " visd Carroll, Obicasa RL
HENR V WAMINGTOH,
L. Macnfacturer of Stulonary ao< Portable Steam Snxtnea
Machinery and 82ill Gearinx. ,
t&~ Casting cade to order *ud Sepalrlnc premptly at
__ tended to. feM-fr
EDWARD 6. ASA7I
A TTOIISEY AND COUKSSIJ.OH AT LAW j
** NO n SOUTH CLA&S STRUT.
Opposite Court House CWcago.
L gy3-iy-t»?4
SPIES A BUBT4
f j QOUIf SELL O_H S AT LAW
HO. :5 CHESTSUi'. KORTH SCDL
Between Third and Toertb streeti, SA Loula Me.
VMr. B. Is Notary Pabllo and Commissioner •»
°* Deedifor every?t»teintheCnlon.
Eeferenc«s in Brusi A Spear*.
wmntn jfijs. DeMy-vlai) oxlth & my,
HO. 48 HATE STXA&I.
ito. QOTLERi HUNT HAVE NOW OS
lj hsotitfceft>now:u*stJrt''i pr<at:
2M«7 UiiJ
jiixii .'D'StO
til ti *istS
25x44 iUS4
mi
kV - Ix3<
, » isiii
d*
•r- - n( j ft imrteol BOOK PAPKS
• a S,aUre&&is of WftAPPIN'i PAJ*KK ofdiflcirntslses.
* Jo.
jjj) m mj c*p -aJ
Printer's sutloaery. _
q, Upl trf of VaiAer'i crlibrtletl !fEWB AJfD BOO*
All of wWeti will beiaiU fjr attfcslowaet poesl
blerates. .-M0
ajt.'&i
* /CISTERNS, WELLS AND PUMPSw-THB UN-
U dertloed If prepared to maas£actnre
SL Cisterns, fox Rainvatar, Tanks lax Baa Xatraa
And lailroadsi, Distillers Tuba andßectifieri.
aw dlx Wells, and furnish Chain and other Pump* at
n) thoTlnotloe. at hisoldilasJ Nn. a3l West Lake street
Bl Poet 09c* Box Ne.sWA
*- HXAIXITT.
If Eflrt PIECES SATIXETI3 JOST BE
—• fft/W cetved and for sale bv
w v c» HELD. BENKDICT A CO-
ot State asd Water sU.
TV -22 1
uta r>OLD MIXED ASD PRINTED SATI
VX fe iCo .
j»5 Cor. State mod Water
I) LEACH ED ELEPHANT OIL JOB
Bfl, "LViiLtu^OO^
ojH T\B, ALLPORT'S MODTH-WASH.
' 1 / Pre Dared and sold- wholesale tad retail, br
tm SAMtNI A IWJI.
.furniture, &c.
FOB FUfiNITUBE £
Ol&LO*
4T
J. E. «Sc H. IV. Parsons,
f
m....RANDOLPH STiitET 179 g
*t <
The? are sel&ut their Goods
COST
WITHOUT REGARD TO VALUE. f
dessmbfiea u
$20,000. 1
S4
NEW FURNITURE AT COST.
Marsh Brothers, A
110 RANDOLPH STREET 110
Bavin* determined to
R E M O "V" Ei
from their present location, will offer their entire stock
!of Poralture darlrut the next SIXTY DATS at
Prime Cost for Cash,
»
There la no homing abost this matter. Oar business
has so Increased that our present accommodations in
entirely inadequate. "We do not wtti to Incur the ex- i
pease aad rise 01 movin* oar stock: for tfiese reasons A
•we wish to Mil, and aa times are hard, we know we moat
BXLI* LOW. aod WK WILL DO IT. We have
3ST O OLD STO CSI
Topslmoffaponthepabllo Oar stock Is entirely pew,
—three «uarters of It pa-chased within sixty dan, and
all boacht aad msaar«ctared 4nc« the hard times lava t
knockeddowatbepricea. We offer yoa no Inferior *oeda,
THKKK IS HO STOCK IK THE CITY I*
Of Median and Low Priced Poraltare which
OAN COMPARE WITH IT!
Cther aa to Price or Quality. PI
! Letthorewho wish Furniture at pricw ae?er be-'ore
dreaiaed of la Chicago,callforthe ext sixty days at
HARSH BROTHERS, TI
de3bol2m 110 BAJTPQLPH-ST.
Furniture I Furniture! 1
WUOLESALE AND RETAIL » j
XEIV VORK if BOSTON PRICES. «
fACt* WORTH XHOWIHOt
20 per Cent Saw&d la tta Porchaae. i
* to
Shearer, Faine & Strong, =
Harlng llcboM to -
JONES' NEW IRON FRONT STORK, w
SO. 203 RAJfDOLPH ST.. «
Arenow prepared to exhibit to their old customers. aad '
to the pablio aenerally. 1
The Hoarsest and Seat Assorted
STOCK OF FURNITUKE -
WEST OF NEW YORK,
Which Ithey have recently received. ami are dow od«d- n;
tn*. consisUna In cart of w
Boxwood and Walnut =
PARLOR FURNITURE. 5!
la Brocatelle, Plush aad Hair Cloth.
Enamelled, Oak, Chestnut, Hohogany ft Roaaw*d
CHA3I HE R SETTS, '
Of Sfew and Decant Desbcses. from the best Manofacta
rfes la Boston. New Yo-k aad Philadelphia
••ALliO*" j
An Extensive variety of Mohoraay, Walnut and Rose. _
voodTete a Tetes. Usy Chairs, Parlor Chairs, JUn
Chairs. Sewina Chain, Divans, Coaches and
Loaches. Eta*erai SlarWe-wp Centre and Pier Tabled,
Bareaas aad Sideboards. Patent dprina Beds. Curled
Hair. Cotton aad UasJt, Palm aad Escalator Mattresaes.
fine Saab Seat Chairs. Carved Oak Extension Tables, u
OakDlain*Ctaln.CaneßeatCh»lnofeverydeacriptloß. -
—ALtfO—
QININO ROOM AND COMMON FURNITURE, "
IS G**AT VARIETY.
N
Goodi Mannfictttred Hero To Order Out of the
BEST MATERIALS. -A
- We ve constantly reeelvin* froo FTTEAHEtt A JONES,
«ew York, aad BH£A&£& A PAIN EL Boatoa. (Maao
(actorera.) the F
LATEST PATTEBITS
m
Most Appro-red styles or Goods,
Which will make It a great Indacemea to thoae
FntXISHIXG HOTELS ASD HOCSES r
To exanlneoui Btock before aeadle* East.
No p*rU»« ViamVO Tm: CITY TO* PUSOIUL.'iX 1
o»ya4NTrcaß*hoaUf*Ul«*-mlne
OUR MAMMOTH STOOS
Before Mak ac their Par£b^r«
To tho Public at X*ari?o
We are owpared to prore that Paraltir; c -tert
Graue. from the Kitchen to the Pa-io*-.
Will oa Furnished from Our XitabU lim.-o: at
Prices Lower than any House in the W?st.
SIIEAIIEIi, PAINE 6c BTII -."n;,
203 RANDOLPH STREET .2)3 1
O- MOR a--A-3NT,
199 Xiako Street, - - - - 199
New and Beautiful I>««lgii» 1
LATEST STYLES of j
ftosewood, 9ohogany and Walnat Pirlcr, '
—A*t>~
BSDBOOIS rUBNITtTHD, (
IN SUITS, «
' fhecabtcriberls Qowrecelvlak LARGE ADDITIONAX
fUPPLICS to his former I
Mammoth Stock of Cabinet Turaitur* ft Ch&lrt
I Aa the Stock la bow Complete aad fall, and tbe
' L&rge*t to be found West of Haw Tork.
He woold cordially Invite the attention of hla fbrae
frleada and patroaa. aad the public ceo
erally to call and examine
: Sis Elegant Furniture
Beftreporthashut ebewbere.
' Selling at Greatly Reduced PrlMa frost
Lut Seaaon.
CHICAGO. ACGUBT llm 155*. %Co4y
BABCOCK & PEEK,
n (Bnccesora to WUlard. Peek A Co.)
L 171 BAIT DO LPS-ST 171.
\ SUhogany, R»s«WMd k Wtlmt,
CHAMBER, DININQ"" J MOM AND COMMON
rvaif ZTTTBS
la Great Variety.
" WOOD SKAT QANE~B£AT CHAIRS, BKDBT&ADB,
BDa&ACS.
u attention paid to Oooatry Orders, and
to fornlihiiuc Uotcia. Ac aelda&N-ly
1 THE ~
2 C3-K.B -A- T 'WONDEE
OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY,
" PBOFESSOH WOOD'S
lI.HU IIKS TOH.I TI I "i~
T Q AYS THE ST. U)UIS (MO.) DEMOCiiAT:
Below we pobllsh a letter to Dr. Wood, of tnls city.
froaagentlemanUi Malae. wblch (peaksKlowlndy of ti>*
yoperlorDerlta of his Utir Tonic, flucb evidencesma*>
bare lu effect, when coming from a reliable source. J'
certificates are iruarantces of trath. the Dr. needs no en-
N conlams. nor useless po'ery frota the press: _
Hath. Mxrxs. Jan. 30.1569.
7 Prcfe**or,o. J, Wood A Co.:
GkitlkSoi:—Hivini my atteatioa called a/ewmoatba
gisee to the highly beneficial effects of your bair restor**
ttve, I waa lndaoed to make appUcatloe of tt upon my
_ owa hair.which had becomequlteeray.probibly ooMblrd
U white ;tsy whiskers were of same character, eometbr**
pnntha ilace I procured a bottle of your bair restorative
and used 1L I soon found it waa proria* wbat I had
wished. I used It abort twice a week. I bare since prcr
cored another bouie, of which I have oaed soma. I can
. oowcerttty to the world thai the jcrat or white bair has
v* totally disappeared, both oa my bead and face, and my
nx bair baa awomed lta aatoral color, aad 1 believe more
I? soft and alossy than U baa been before tor twenty-Are
, years. lam now xixty year* old; mysood wife, tl, the
~* axe offlfty-two, has wed it with the same effect.
The above notice I deem due to you fbr yoor Taluablt
p discovery. lam assured that whoever will rUhUy use, as
"i per diredlona. will not bare occasion to contradict my
statements. I am a dllsea of this city aad a resident
ad bere for the last fifteen jean, and am known to nearly
evert one bew and adjotain* towns. Any ose you may
in make of the above, with my name attached, is at yoar
service, aa I vrtsh to nrtaerve the beaatlea of aatore in
,a ou. OT u«n«cintE i «tr
Burmou, Jan. 55,195.
WOOD'S HAIR &JCSTORATIVB.
Profe«or Wood— Dear an Havin* had tbe nisltortnne
M to losdthe best portion of my hair, from the effects of the
yellow fever, la New Orleaas In 15M, I was Induced to
dike & trial of roar preparation, and found it to aasver
1 as too very needed My hair is oow thick aad
niossy, and no words can ezpren my obligations to yon
w "" 1 °" 10 ti ° ' a " :ud * "rSEIT JOHKSOS.
The ondersUsed. Rev. J. K. Brvc. la.« minister In
recaiar standlax. and pastor oi the Orthodox Cboreb u
.. Brookfleld.Mass. ,Hels a<enUemaa of c«l
* tadoaiversaliy Proved.
Bbookficza Janaaryli
Profeesor Wood—Daar hix*. aavlnc made a trial of yoar
Hair Restorative, tt rives me pleasore to say. that lta
V effect has been exceUent in remove* inflammation. daa ;
druff aad a constantteadencrw Itchla*witb which I
have beea troubled from my childhood: aad bas also r©.
ttoredmy hair, which was becomin* jtray. to Ua orixinal ]
cclor i have osed no other article with anjthiat like the j
* J, K. ER.IGO.
The Reparative is put an la Bottles of three slses, vis: ;
xr * lanre. medium and small: the small holds half* plat aad
■ retails for one dollar per bouie; the medium holds at
least twecty per cent.. ewe la proportion taaa the small.-
retails for two doLarsa bottle: the lane holds a quart.
... forty per cenu more laproporuoa, aad retails for three
d Wt>OD k 00.. Proprietor!. 313 Broadway..Se*
York. On the meat New York Wire Raliln* KcubUife
meat) 114 Market street, St. Loofa, Mo.
,*nri to id by all good Drools* andPaacy Goods
Dealers.
FOREST CITY WATER CURE
CLEVELAXIN *O2UO*
mHIS INSTITUTION IS DELIGHT*
I FULLY iJHrUril aa Utao'iWklrt.iof»
toi wualniar limiu of ti.e city of Clcvelaod aad-. 1 , jas.es
from :fie I'm; Ufflcir. Tb« boudia* »a nuw, of bwi. and
0* furnlal»' , j »0 t!:e t.csi style, fbw i>*lU rooms are tapi'lied
wiib pare,sou i-mn; water. Tbelar;®p*tronae«wtiteb
«si Ui* e«ublßU:i <at la at [ireseut rtctinu* fryu* cb«a<o
anil ou»«r v««..eru r«i«s» is a tUrtenn; rerommeitrtaUonoi
lu popularitv and doortsblus coadhion. Dr. Uroaa and
lady, for-, rrly oi View Water Cure uearOtd
* cuo, v•• etionee'ed wilb t biaiostilutnn.
r)|« rsot inquiry toetUier of tb« hbyaidaßß, will
aalttf pn»mpvaUeaao». !>R. <•. W. >TRn«fii
¥ J VIfSS R. UR<»HS, M. D
WtH. n». J. K. GBOAR.
tet CHICAGO X*P« fOOIIBKBI
Prinlers'lf"afeko««e.
is- so. .WASHOCaTOK-*!.. SO
CHICAGO.
. rpHK SUBSCRIBER 13 PREPARED TO
I fortiab Type to tante or sosDaasatillea made from
PI- asaperior ffoalitr of metal, far either cash or agprered
papw. of FBL£*f-
SiBI WOODTTYE, asd evemhin* seeeasaa
t« for a complete Prta*tn*Ofiee. Anew tveotea Bookv
*• nov ready lor defivor. aad wID be sens to parties wisb-
ATI ta* to order on annlloatton. _______ •
TifI***"" 1 ***"" IX U DODfla T>ea*sger.
Palntisgl Palatial
r. & rigbV * son,
"" TT OUSEL SIGN AND SHAPE PAINTINGg
n ffl Randolak sawet. WkHewaaking and Wall Color
U Bf. HprHU
lambing.
QJT PlPi: AND FIXTURES.
SHOW' c WILDEH
Mule etrees 4»
QSir tiidr entire stock as follows
JT O It O A Nl SK.
s®o * per cent, discount from LlsS Price,
salable iron yiUincs JU eenU per pound.
Bends, dwlajc jolata aad Gas Jlitorei
Oar stock Is the lantest la the city, acd in closing
West.
R. 1). 31cFAllL.OS,
«AS, STEAM fITTIWG,
AND
PLUMBLMi ES'I'.IBLLSHMEiNT,
54—LA SAL.LE STRKEX..-15
■ a ic a on.
8x "■ ai ye assortment
Gas Fixtures,
vroiu lilt Cflfbrat«d fiaaafaetor; o>
Cornelius Baker,
4iwar« oa band. eoisori/l«f thp I'lalorst »u
£l*boral
PRACTICAL PLI'JIBKK,
aa.l X»«nf\ciirei of
ALL K.LNU> uF STEAM WORK.
Panicalar sites wltua*
IIOTELSi,
WiTH -STi/J.i*. if ATSJt UAd
HON SafTJCKH. CQAISH AST) VASEH
WOK UARiIK.V LAW>K as a yjaiJMABS
i.;Oti>TRV OKDEUS,
PMJlfllii m KAiTUCUU attksdeb to
r o rH ai tnj mi je.
T&E TRADE SUPPLIKi) WITH TOOL 3,
IROX i'li'k.
I.va M.VTHSIAIJI. AND JhViiRY ARTICLK IX
niK OAS, STKAM-KITTI.su *N't»
BUdlNfc^.
:Ii LA SALI.K STKKKI, KIICAQU*
tfr" Kvcr>
flroni<* l or rte-^UL
.Mainit ■■ !n.-v. .il al?
"HAWKS' DIRECi'Oay.
followlnx list of Business Hou.*cs and Manafao"
tartnz tlstabi'.ahaeau ut aaons Uf ntn and mo&\ uion>
Beat la their resrcctlve l!a*j ot Suiiacu,
fflues aaJ >fsolessiel
w. G. WXNO
Wholesale .Went tor Wlmra. Liquors and
salle street* between Lake and Wafer, (one door from
tie Merchants' IlotelX Clilcaico, Ut Ail kinds of prop
erty taken la exchange for <ooda. A*ent lor Aiea and
Porters. ftDitMr__
Wuile Lead
L. L7ON i 00.
HUDriOTCtll.l OF
WHITE LEAD AND ZINC PAXICT.
Oflcea.:d factory corner of Ualited and Pultoa streets,
__We*t_Blde. mtm>ly
Staple and Fancy Dry .Wholesale*
PEATTE MARSH \ DE LONO
STAPLB ASD FANCY SRT GOODI
AT LO\V FKlCtii.
mhlWy ' 550.'. i) Lakastreev
Clothing Wholesale.
HUN TIN QTON, WADSWOHTH ft PARRS, ~
Uaaaiactortn aad Dealers la
.TlErf AND UOYS> CLOTHI.IC,
5J and C 0 Lake street, Culcaxo.
131 Hanover street. Boston. Mass,
Agricultural lmpleueats, Ac.
F. AX. OHAPMAKTCO^
j\ grr-intil tufiil "Witreliouse.
No. M Klnaie street North Bide
Wholesale Dealers in
AGRICULTURAL AND lIOBTICULTUR.iL DJPL»-
MXNTa, MACUiNkA Ac.
Amenta tor Manny's Reaper and Mowrr. mh»»-iy
Paper HTiretidose Wholenale.
SRADNER 9S9ZTH A CO.
Uaaafacturers and Wholesale
PAPEHUK A L E Us:
Allsiaes of trtntaad book ecnt-linlly on hand. Cash
raid for all kinds of Paper BUKx. W&rehouse No. U
* between Lake and A A'.\tcr-ati. mLr-ly
ftoola and »lioes..~ miolesal<>
TvrtT.r.rn & BROWN
Hanafactorers and Wbolewle Ucalun In
BOOTS, 3HOES AND KU33EE3.
No. 3W South Water-st., cor. Chicago,
A.*.MiLLr.K. mhlsly cux.-t.sr.oWX.
WAD3WORTH 4. WELLS
Wholes*I** 1 ** Dealers la
BOOTS -A-iTX> SHOES,
59 *6O LA&S-ST. OHIOAOO, ITArifOIS.
t T. w.
RAWSOV BARTUTT & 00.*
aad •ohb»rs la
BOOTS SHOES,
2U a 213 SOOTH WATEK-ST., CHICAGO.
Manufactory at West Doyleiton. Maeaiichosetta. imhdlj
Crackery, Glass X China Ware Wbolt3ale,
OBAWFOHD SHAfiP 4. 00.
Importers aad Deal rs tu
' CROCIEEY, aLA»3 AND OKI N A
Table Cutlery, Loo*1d« ft lasses, Cast<>rs, BrlunaU ffui,
, mh*4y No. luo Lake street. _
Cloth House Wholes*!*,
' 1833 SFBIKG TRADE 1349
PIKJLD, BENEDICT <b CO.,
81 <fc S2 SoqUi Water Street,
Are now receiving their osual lane stock of
Broadolotha. Cft«sim «rss .
DOESSIW3 TWEEDS VE3TIWGS-«
SATOETS, KENTUCKY JEANS, COTTONADE3
Coating, Lloeai and Llnea Drills
1 TAILOB'3 TRIMMINGS. ETC., STC,
To which they Invite the attention of tfte Trade.
Report of yaahlon*. mhfM'w
Hats Caps aad Straw too4s Whotesalw.
. BENEDICT MAIiLORT A- PARS4M
WHOLESALE JOBIIKK3
Dl
< Hate, Caps and Straw Goods;
NO. 44 AND 47 I*AX£ STREET
_ah*r
i. Platting glfl3> Sash. Doors, Ac.
d BOOG3i. SASH FACTORY.
All kinds of door* and blinds, win lew and door
■ frames, moaldlnxs. flooring and ilUnit. an haad
or made to order oathes.'iort<r«t notice. AJjo, pl.mias;
atrcalarand scroll jawing and tarnln*. eteca: e<i t:isl{
> their branches. Moose lrirnnii.n»s of every var 4uJ
lenilh to salt customers. Country orders sollci. ■»>. . and
promptly attended to. Salesroom £* Clark greet, near
Vaa Caren. Factory west en i Uth st, bmlst mh-Ji
5 Carriage Repoaltory.
Siaaa/actti
renofCarria*es, vv*^oes.
In* oeatly executed. Hose CaniMea. nook acd Lj.g.
,« Tracks matte to order.
ft SHEIiTOJf TOTTZ.E
1 t aautaetorcra anfDealers In CrariMf*.
aeoositorv. at AmericauTtvi«p«>ra::on Co. s
Market sL. Chicago. IX Bocsaways, ilJde.itata. Top
aad ao too Buaales. Cono»r>. A«- AJ *ur* warraav
h +* H. M
T E"A P E R R rs" aT,
w CZLEBSATZD
5 Worcestershire bailee,
jo P oaoanoed Extract
ay —tr— t"j «r a Letter from a
re _ Ml Medical -- gentleman
26 ooasoiaaoass ■ 1
II at Madras
to be the
as To H'a Brot?.fr
nt Ooly €#od Saact, Wireetter.
ay d mat,
f "Tell Lea A PerrCis
ut Asr>Ucab.eto that Aaace U
hlahly esteemed to La
-IVIST VAMSTT dla and la. la myopia-
- j 100, the most palata
—of— 'IP-- _• i bleaswellaa themo«t
k? IflSSSjl wholesome saace that
to DISH. la made."
«! EXTEJTSI7S F2AITD3.
™ Tie ml J Stalil «w«rtle.l br lh« Jon; of the New York
Sahlbltlon for roreto Saaee *M obtained br LSa A
PK&RIN9 for their Worcestershire Baace. fhe world
'in wide lam® of which bavin* led to nwaemas fowerle*.
u fKtrebasenare reouested to see that the naoiee of Lea A
iee PB»tlnsare apontJi* Wrapper. Label Stopper andßottla.
Lea 4 Perm* will proceed aaalost any oao »nfrla*ln*
either by manufacturing or veadin* aparlou* saaco, aou
ur have Instructed their correspoadeots ui various Parts of
lta the world to advise them of any
j= Wh.letti.A.cUto
ial A stock always h* store, orders reeeWed for dV
ihe feet shipments from Knalaai. a»*o n
i. '* ai
x. ** A
IHPKOTKD sin:?,
oco. jas bPSB ly
e. VaIEBAN. KS' Jasf
-0 yjki*r* im
ro S O A L £ s ./|
JSd •«*» 11
iHKBinS*
» Lake street, Chlci«o.
lnn BARRELS ROSIN—
X'/U iQM nllena Wtnter EephaailOO,
CaeterOll. M X.l., n
ICO pocket* Canary Seed,
ra7S barrels Alum,
l SUtoaa WhneLs&d,
4ov jgSS BOCBEEINNISAOOM

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