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Special Notices. ?
If jvn are lick, (tie
tic roct of your luffering U In the stomach. From a
vest stomach proceeds Dyspepsia, Ague, L amour. Nsu
net. and* leyiontrf other tormenting diseases. Indiges
tion produces thin blood, and 4he.- afore dex troys the
strwgth *al rigsr o! Che entire tfiUm. To restore the
toi c o r the stomach. and enable It to throw off and dU
mica forever all these iroublerome and dangerous cam
tAaiots t oth'og fa oeceetary Imml aporstreriug n* of Dr.
J. iiOSTKtTKR'S CSLBBRATED STOMACH UTTEUS.
A trial of their tower cannot fall to prove that there la
no £al!ureln their sedative eßacia. We cheerfally re
commend then to Ue public, knowing, a»w® do,their
many excellent qoaHtln.
For aalc by DrnrsUu and dealers generally, every
where. KMwdkw
'JCHouwho arc carton* to wltocaa the
wendertnl perfection vo wblch A. Ofcgwaldt fltte mana
ger at N. Y.) hu brought the manufacture
of Wigs Too pen. are invited to vlsl* nis Wl* and
thdr Dy In* Booms. at No. 6 Tretonnt Block, asa exanune "Fflm
Hese enrious productions 01 art, So wiiUoy tu iMtci
the artificial fc**n the natural when adjusted to the
daily L
Sawrcr*a Plold Extract of Bark* an
ntaUabia remedy forth* fercr ad Acne, and the rert* RE.
em fore* of Billions Disease*. 'utennJttent, Aemlttent,
Ohio Vers and Domh Ante-hartD" their oriidn in bhcjeK,
rta of very fertile and marshy districts. nrepared by Dr. nantlyc
8.8. gawyer,Prmggisi and Chemist. and told by Sawyer. \i
Falgeft 60,,N0. WLake street, Chicago, aJOo*
Thla remedyta prepared entirt*y rom-vegetable «nb»
stances, and cottaua no taercary, arsenic. or anything
hat can prove lniurlous to the system. lta die eta are ••
tbos« of ft deobsmaotand tonle, well adapted to rtgtort £
Ibe healthy action of tha lire- and Stomach, whose m ■
fnnoUoni are ao generally lmpared La thla claa ot dis-
eaiea. *-
Qoinlni and other tcnles aerre only In many ease* la q
break the »>■>»«, bet do cot remove the disoaso. of the pm . .
fiver and other organs implicated, on which the chill ȣ
and 7eTerdepeod; hence the OMlhlneaiof the "fluid ff
btraotof Bark." <particnlarly In regions where Phni- O
slana cannot be readily consulted), which oontalns all
the qualities salted to the Indications of iheoe maladies. I
Hundreds of testimonials In regard to the efficacy of JB
the medldne from persons of respectability. hare been
given 10 the proprietor—but be does not make ueof jj
t hem as b« prefers to have the aedldne Introduce Ucelf ~
giaurcly by it» merits. £
pfaOc«.—The undersigned* StocUhoJ- C
den In the Merchant's Bank of Macon Georgia, are by C 5
theprovisionsof hs Charter, made persanablyliable for
la Imam. Tie notes of this Bank will be taken by at on de- j |
posit on -the ir l -* km* M w«ntar>*- Indiana and. I ~
Ohio. H. A. TUOHXR A 00. theaboi
lngane*
*Eoparincrs{)ips, &£.
D"~lpi0UJ1I0.N T .-IHE CO-PAUTNEE- SStJ
between Q.G.folU-rUnd
ileMvtlouli. a*\dtr tbe tirm otSo'herlaod A Oonli Uiat th«
totbe liter* pale KUbleand KldlnsGfcllerybiidDess. was J 1
tLia aar aicolved by niolnal content. A'l per«oos Id | Tueperji
debicdlo s»lj Dn» of »J'b-rlai.d A GoulJ are reqoe»ed Tneji
toaeuletheaamcwlib WtUiamNewton.wbotsalonean- m the
U.ori.rf 0-OTTBEELIsD _
H.GUOLI\ Vert.
Olilciso, FebmarylCtli, >Bl6. Jo®«*
or the Urery aod SileSuble BWlc* QaHery bn- dq*"*
Id.bi w»l »* caotloaed a» teretoforc at tue old sUau
corner of BUU and Adams strett t)y the
fetTcgtlw '** aUTHEjILAy u. I
XTOTICE.—THE CO-PARTNEaSHIF
1 liiretofore exiildr under the name of Thomas | rlulfi
Oeorce AOo.ls'Uis dtr d uolved by muiuU ccosect. I X
I[ia Iktu nVm THOMAB UKJUUCI I
CticUo, Feb, 10th. 1359. OALLB V. aITW.
The subscriber wIU contlnne the bnsiaesa ai carried on Oneilo
by'he'ale firm, and wi Ibe harpy tu serve both old and petition
new cost'im«rsu> alnu«t erent-.tn* la taew«y of 1 ofPrett
HOUSE FtJRKISHIHa GOODS.
TUOKAB I Its pros
felS.lw* At the Old Stand. »t street. lj. V
ATOTICE. THE CO-PARTKERPHIP JJIj
he-eloloreexlaJn«o*"lErlhetiiinje or I gixt-^i
tiomMoti ll U.Vi il»' aiy'lvcJ <aaimL. AII
Uiebaslnesst»n»u Orm will rc settled br J. 0. William" I rijcaalo
.hob^cMt^dto^nln^uidj^n.
February 1,18». HAItVEV 11. THOMSON.
The Wholesale Groce'T btalnen oontlnned by I 00
t at the old stand. 45 Soava'Water i sU*tt, |
whlci Item Hie old and new triendi of the fr m will pieite I
make a not* or. JOHN o. WitaJAaiS. I
tell cSIO 101 I
CO C.NDEESIUN
el ha«c t!ks« day »ote-ed Into partaershlo under I brtUe
tue firm cam 2 01 R'lcblc A Cj, as maonfactanri I of this
of 8o«u and Candle* *HI» tie viewo' ea'rrtog on and I Oo s B
extendma »4ie bcslte* ooodoewd iaid 1 n027
iiujcli Ritchie. liUUU BITCUIP, I
ffit.lTitb 5.1609. IHOa.TICUI-I.CTJN. QO
pru U( lt EStchle begs to return ttianca to bit mends I
ani the kolilic Jor the »ie Las received dunnc Uie I
last nloeica-s. andre»pecifallr sollc U on behal'ortb« I
Dtw linn a cooUouaoce ot Ual patron*ge ao libera Ij I f 3 I
heretofore. ftiacau-w I
Dissolution of co p.irtxersaip. Aire
Tbe partoefahlp heretofore exljtinc becweeo the | a .™ QI
und -rslrfueu, lo tbe WBResale Uqoor muloeu, is nereoy 1
diio.ved ny mutual Cijnsent. *i««e debts of tne late firm I .
w.Uoi uiW b» tJ. J Bo to, and all dwoands owln« to Uje I Btitca
aaldflrminastbeseitledaadpaldtoUesaldß J.*J?jllh. :
», o ;
DiaSDLCTId.V-THE C J PAETXER
ship of K3<ley. tforse 4 Oi>.. Is til? day dissolved J o erfec
by cnatna: coo«!Qt Tue bosioeits of tliedrm is assumed I ,
byGeo. it.Jtcwey,omcsNo.:PoiDero»;«Hnl\diQ«.
QkO it. LvilumVi I .1
yKO. K. MoIUK,
O. JL uOuUut. I
ALBEBl 4 MOaS?. wtHh
OMcato. JMHCTa.iy.9. igttlmojgj, I """
lUoflir & €oal,
■ • ■ _ . ~ I bee
Cheap Coal! Clieap Coal!!
FOE S .A. LB: SS!
hoori
THE WELL KNOWN prislr
la\ SALXE colli, sS
-MINtD BV- CbtU
Messrs. La.w & Strotlierj of thxa City, 1 n<^.
At $3.00 Per Ton. =
ALSO— I
200 CORDS SOFT WOOD, =
At $2.00 I'er Cord.
Bv K. mCKIXSOX, X
fcls 2a<227 East Bad Midi too Bfacitßr.ai;e. j
COAL.-
o TUB CUBiPESr AND BEST
BITCJIISOCS COAL IS THE HIBKKT, jr
Free from flalpherasd Slate, carefnliy screeoed before S
ucUvcry. Oor>ardbeJig covered, oortoal Is protected I
tr,»m ttje effects of Inclement wealher, «nd Is always de
livered dry and in good conditional 1 0
64,00 IN YAHDj $4.50 DELIVERED, g
To «nr ».»it Of the clsr. .AnaUiSi proves tbe Sheffield £
C.»al tayerirr to art wbe* Illtaol; Coal. 1 Farj«ale lo snail I
1
u<*od •raa»pk,maionUo. 11.
feScWSm Clargnrt.. near Taylor, j
COAL.—WE ARE SELLING AT
car Yard, I
OOHNEH OF TAYI»OR AITD CLARK-STS- J
Goal well screened, and every way eqnil to trie or Briar J
lllil, for I pM
$1 00 Ptr Too, or $1 50 D»li™r«l, «"
lloUu kM»Bi. UMitotUa»od<iUiCT«ciD nnlnct fcr
laraeoq»ilt', belter terms tbtnabove. Oar I Um
obieet is to put It In tbe reach of every consumer to ur
our OuiU d>«a id oeti seasoo we propose to supply tbe I
nt W. 401 or ton. I
cy*e»iUdrHverMtbetonorhatf Vvn, I
as we w l ne tbe Ooal onrsclve*. we eapect only ope I
protfl. We can tbereiore expiect to sell cheaper than J ]
° l OrJerj maybeleftattbeyardiOrNo. W Lasallestwet, I I
L>w * srKorma. :
Coal! Coal!!
1 Af\n TONS ORSIdBY COAL.—THIS
l\/l flj Coil <s the best in the market for either j
family uses or ateam. Also— j
300 tom PrepiToi Anthracite ißroad Top.) I
300 tons Lump ShsniokiiL )
out! wna Liuui, ALPRED BMrrH A 00.
Nortit P>er« oyposl-e ill. Central K. B, j
n rO:J««»b.l ! W W. D. BEBRVB.
8. E. comer 01 ark A Kandoiph ste. |
gIOKKOUD HttOa..
Qjrner of Lake and OlarW streets. J
COAL AND WOOD.
* 1 SAA.O OOALE, AT THE OLD STAND
S Oon.fr o* CI irk »=d Atasi «r«l. ofcrj lot ul<
WosA of nil kindi 8«» cd »od BpUl jod doUrcrel I
Alio. Kric OraiM. Bowtmui otttt 1
Pratiflranl. OoiU- trilr UUI. BUtoenUt. uJ OUOT
OhtoOcaU. Bhe!seia. Monls. *nd otU« llUnoU Ooal*. I
Ordn,tiroin«lF 1111.3 tod
SI* dark, corner Ailamvst. I
piumuutg. j
/US riPK AND i'UTOUBB
BEOW« fc~"Wrr>DER
tttaie mm. 4*
Offer their entire stock as follows
x> o a. oa.® *c-
Pipe 40 p« cent, discount from Ust PHoe,
Malable Iron FiOlno* oenU perpoond,
Braai FltUna, Bends. Swing Joint* and 6«a yuctcrtl
6t Ooft. j
Oar stork lg the largeat In the, dir. and in doctag otf "
we offer indoeecaente not equalled m tbe West.
aelMv-ad*?
R. If. McFARLiKE,
CJAB, STEAItt FITTING,
AND
PLUMBING ESTABLISHMENT,
54 LA. SALX.E STREET..4S
OniOABO.
AN KXTEHSIVE ASSORTUKHt
Oas Fixtures,
Phis thi CdtbraUd Eaittfattsri tf
€ornclins If Baker,
0 Always ea haad, oomprUUt the Plainest aat meat
JUaborat Delias (.
TRACTICAt PLUMBEtt
A»fi KaaaCaotuar of
ALL KINDS OF STEAM WORK.
Particular atiaslloa Hfr» to ftttlag op
HOTELS,
# ir/r/7 BTSA Jf, WATXR AtfD Bit
..oil etrrccit, ohai*s aki> tism
" , 0 J aI*D«K U.WKB AltD nu>Dt9
COVNTKV - ORDERS,
BOIPILI ffl FAITHFULLY AITSSDES T«
TO THE Tlt .IPiE.
THfi TRADE 80PPMBD* WITH TOOLS,
hok hp* rtrrnia*. on rr^nrnKß,tvvmb-
IKO JtATJ££IALS, AJTO STIET J.ETIOI* !■
ret ots. iTiiK-rnrnfa AJTD tL&am
• Bfitiinaffl.
•4 lA IULK STiLKK*. CHICIBO.
ot OurixUraud Bi.w w*
{wMlMlil'i T''^ I'*'' 1 '*'' 1 — 1 •"
Sciiiiitg jlTatljincg. | PRI
si• xt a- h » ' s ' I'B
Family Sewing Machines, *3^
Oomblnlng the j
IiATEST IMPROVEMENTS
reduced" prices. ti
„ Grca
Also, UiAtan tor aiANDfAOTDEIW BOOTS AND .
BHOKft, and QAIIMENKTB ot every deacripUan.con- I u tbe
atantly on band. | 1
WcsteraOflloe 140 I*sike street
tjOoti id AW. ItAUUR. Aaeot. . J mtißi
' ' - J other
® j aai^
I spcctTol
riiffK SUBSCRIBERS HAVING ItECKNT-
L i»T n<«oed tbe c'ty and taken the Agency of [
theabove M«cMni» f«rth#. tv««ternbtaites.are nowopen- I ———
lnganewtheolaej&cs. j ]{cor
lOC Late Street, Up Stairs, I
1 wb*reth»y are prepared to supply Agents and families } i
wtth Ravmon<Ts S-wtng on tbe mnit liberal . .
i lertaa. HailuKfoTtbelaitlhTeemoothapretty thoromhly At;
, canvassed the Sewing Machine market, we can say that I wtp
I oatof tbe oalUpllcltv ot new patents they are sa'lsfled j
I Uiat the Baytnood Machine is decidedly tbe best low j ]tig to
I priced one in use, and Is hari to be excelled by toe ] Itn i il i
"fileher prices.' , «r
They will repair and pet In first-vate nxsninz order any Zvnu.
of tLe Rarroond Machines hcctofoie sold by A. Hoi* ~ ..
brook or 0 Kdscy if brought to ibeirofics. , • | **
Agents ior ail the priaclpa' tocns in the i births
I Wft, WifiWiLli k I tnoiiA
omct 101 Lake etreeUCWca«o.(at» stairs). P'jßtqfflce
I BOXIWS. jai3b»&Gßm J Oonwi
530.00 aerrai
Premiums and Diplomas. 1 may t
FTUIS FIRST PREMIUM AND DIPLOMA dom a
I X was awarded to the I Wc
| Boudoir Sewing J ing tt
riTnrt,) !i<; n v
AttheWlscondn Stat?Fair. Oct. 9th. 1658: Machine*from I .
I One Hundred to Ooellamlred and Rfty Dollars in com- 1 aIWS}
petition. Tbns another link has been added to ltscbaln ) -irid r
ol Premiums. The subscriber begs leave to call the af I , *
I tentiooofUje Ladies af Oulcseo aud Tlcloity to the mer I ucavi
ltsoftbiabeamifal aod nnrifalled Machine. A few of »rnnl<
I Its prominent a Ivantwres over all others are as follows: ) _ 1 ,
! Ist. Utevs with twn thread* and tits each stitch. ( lOT u.
1 sd. tt makes two different stitches. , I mav'
I B<L tt will sew eack<rard as well as forward. , , 1
I 4th. it makes two thousand stitches per minnte, and I QJCU :
I rigtj-ninesUtcliesto the Inch. J the C J
I Stn. Tbe IncoDTenlence or a belt is obviated by the ap* J , . ~
I plicationof a Kubber Prictioa wiietl. ( KIOU,
| ' tkh. The nominal price of S3O includes stand and fix* | j|» or j
I thlsMachlnfc was sold at dnublc the price. It wai I Of G:
I cordiallyreoommended to the £ a JJJ c a fJ QEB k 00< I Dr. I
I KI.IAB no«v, Ja. ' I za.lt
I WHKtILKR* VVILS3N, t.:L m
I GKuVErt « BAKSB, "^S 1
I ManaractuHngOo, 1 worl
lAa the bestsingle thread Machine lo the market. The j. ac i.
I orice has been reduced ooe ha»f and Us value enhanced I ua ,
bytbeadiiiUonofthe Double Thread. An examtoatlon worl
I or this Machine and Its work is solicited at H. Dewing A } r i lAn
Oo's Bftot aud Shoe Siorc. lid Lake street. V»'
I ooa7 lnteoJ6 LA. lia*CE A 00.. Agerta. He t
ntTAtBK OITT. DOUBLE LOOK P^elV
1 W. I ende
I TIGHT BTITCH,
ISO BSWINa MAOHINU 1 mun
Hxvik jiEFOEJt jtXEiBITKD IN THE WKT. have
Alfoiber Cheap Machines Uke cdy the alixle thread lure
I ibis takes the sane J otl ] v
TWO TUREAtt Lo f t
I stitch u the morte*pen£Teoncs ln'csa. Its work will I CI * e g
Sot Rip ■ Thongh- every • Third Stitch b» Cut. t rul;
I Tbe Machine if simple, easily edinsted and not likely to I
1 »ct oat of order Works as rapidly, .makes oj firm and 1 *,
] Kandsoroea stitch as the most expensive U&cldnex Sewj | inaK
1 from two commot gpooy, does-coarse and fine work I
| oerfeetly. by simply chruyaca the needle and thread. j "y"
they will btitoil hem AND GATHER. I p ue |
I Tjiev make Utile noise and rnnnnre easily than most M»- I by t
ehtoM. QIJa tAI}T Hit I
I WUbaßewlnitMachlna lj wmtl In rißdeacrto /
Eight to Twelve I
B»»nutrwaeaby band. JtrerT fmllr and aar on, DUlaf .. .
I sewing abnslneM should own one. This 1? the 1
Only Hsehlne Sewing with Two Threads. | t | i,n
' I Except ona. sold In the world tor lea than 1100. Weir I
f vite all wbo wish a Machine to do any kind ofwork dono I Uie
*I by machinery, to eranJitje ours. £am:>Tes ofwork sent by I i*
I mail nponrecelnt of a sUtmD. Machines sent to psrsou; I
I who never saw them. *n J are oe J successfully after a few 1 luCl
I hours'oraetiee. F»llt»rinte<llDstnict!ons givrn. Knt«r- J ot .i,
nrising men. with a/ew hundred duilarsto nurchasestock, J u *» l .
I iaaynowsecurelucratlveexdusiveagencleslnaoyofthf 1 ol n
I better towns of thlsStatecrMlssonrt. None others need | ( /o,
( I wpij. OIUU .. ,
Chss. E. Wltwall's Shoe Store, 13i Ut« St.,
• ijMre " toSMfflSSi
I - geti
Statioucnj, &c. I
I J ■ : ■—■ - = j of t
' Awarded tl»e w ;';
! ( "l la
« » g gk-! W Jul
3 s f.sl?!S sriS # -
;L »5 S sf ilk
» P e *"
a & U'
A-XiSO ON" HAND I sel
»ne I . _- | tu
tan Ce&llSg Wax, |
iet, I ®aad Boxes, iteel Fees, j ttQ
t. I Letter Btatnpi, Lead Pencils, ICI
I Wafer Cups, Eanken* Casei, be
I Mk Kniret, Letter Boxes, |
J s Salan, Pea Holdaa,
Writing Pads, Honv 80010, io
) Crmaora, Fan Eada, K1
Paper 'Weightt, Twine, I
Sold Fens, flnill Fons,
I Letter Clips, Desk Fencils, ■ Igt
i. Ihaan, CaA Boxes,
Fort ToUot, Blotting Paper, I "
Spring FUes, Ivory laMaU, |
jjjj Twins Boxm, Qnilla, I (1
iala I Xnvelope P&per t Slagtie Baadg, J
I India Eubber, ColesdArs, | p
Wafert, Ivory yolder*,
Letter Scale., Paper Tiles,
<l Invnina Filas, BockEero, It
Xncilaga, Own Tickets, I g
T artaaholg's Catlery. »«d (Spool) Taia, P
Commercial Printing, i>
i 8 o>vs&igvi«o or o
USDS, BILL 11KU1S, CI6CILIRS, t;
.11 f iOMPTLY f.XtCDTED AT jj
Stationer's Hall, ]
taBWS *1 Lake street I "
M STATIOJVEBS. c
JOSES, PERDUE k SBAlt, J
Wboleaale and Ketall Dealers In I I
Stationery and Blank Books I'
la all its variety, I i
[Gj Otfß TACTLITIgS FOR DOIKO 1 J
Buling, Binding and Printing i
Aa Are unsurpassed in toe WesL I l
irtALb AKO T IMT Wli.J® I i
A K JONKS, PKRDCE A SMALL. A ) j
*45 aeiMy-bTIS | ,
©nstcrs.
Em "- ■—*~ " " * ~
/ATSTERS-07STE R S— OySTEBS,
KJ HATCH. MANN A OO'S nnrfMll«!
fresh BaiUmore Oystert recdred dally, by
txprea only, direct from thdr packingJrv I ICS
. boose in
II No. North Water street. Ohicaga
The otaoat care and attcoUon bdoc pud to tbepre
paring «f tbese Of stera. they hare attained a refutation
uieQaalled by all others. All orders will receive prompt
Addre* J.N. A«nU^
Post 0»c« be* MST.
iwt H. R—' This establishment will be permanent.
:
?U - -- - ?
E. BURLISa
AROHITKCT-KOa 44 & 4G LASALLE
flcreet <or*r HolTasa A
n rr parcl lo foroUh Flans and Spedacatlom for all kinds or
Ift. bSidloga. He refers tn many nfthe bejt
bullUnti in cnl-Aco-botn pttihc and.urj^te-uj
deuoesof his aoillty. and that orders Intrusted told&fi 11
bgcxacgied Intbemjst satisfactory nuiC'r. iaßbS6>ly
o. x*. WSBELOCK,
A ECHTTEOT AKD EUPEKINTESDENT,
OAg Offlo® No. 77 Dearljorn Bloojt.
Onpotft, thf Poll offigo. Oblcaw. noHMTt
ro*» w. »oyma*°*'
tBCHOECr iSD SEPEMBTESDESTi
flfcriM aadmlnuU Bp«mcstt<mA and
SSLIASLI DRAILSD BTMATM
street, lit door north of^To*t^H'
SSL—i ' *ggg
nnrxi T>AOTRY FLOUR—3OO BBLS OK CON-
A- for salt by J-2KOW,
Mj. )0 Dcarpom. » dnor< from
w*. '» /~v AT, MEAL. ANOTDBE LOT" FBOM
\ " Wmreal. on eooaixsTßeot.' J BWOW,
feScia Wo. 10 Dearborn street.
nAC °.' 1 >UTTER. 3,000 PODND3 ROLL BUT-
Ij TKB tineoaaknmeoU J> SNOW.
'mam 8««Ui DMXTOWMt.
a I PRESS AMD TRIBUNE, rfg
. I a buad:
I " PRESS AND TRIBUNE. Tl]^'
1 JTBinOtID nPrf^on
Daily, Tri-W»®kly and WmU? ta ble o
I Office 48 Clark row—Onr OdQ. Bmith'g B*nk §^s"j
I EDITORS ASD rURLISUESS: g btlXlV, i
JOUS l~ BCRIPP3, C. B. RAT, ofbist
WM. BKOttS. • JOSEPH MKDfIX, UCtail I
I t , ■ Aim*\cowiMn,t: chapte:
'l'. .. • _•• ■' count <
iWMsftts
1 •ptUfidsliferedlndtrbycarrier l peryeai.,..«...»iß«Jo, The ►.
I Daily, delireredindiybyearner.perwKSt. rolumi
Daiiy,to.MaUSabicribers, »eryear.• • <•*.'* *•» nv ,!,|
I UaUy, toMaUbobeaib«re,jl»a!Btta..««» ODyibt
W-weeklyTFer ye»;.....-, books J
3:* Kaiiuo
**■ tc0p1ea...............v...'J«»«"""' .}»® (key w
•• 10 copies to one addreas...t •!».»
1 art copies to one address... ~..,»,Jap.w uiciau
1 And oneOree copy to getter op of dab of twenty* Charle
, 1 BTTberewiline no deviation from these rate*. nn^
* I S*Mon« in redHered letters may be sent nstl oe noted,
Ato* PBlgaJ jn)l»»pNt. wo '^'
J Chicago. Ulinoli. —for t
1).»3 E
THE PKBSS AND TBIBV NB'B . totjU
* Great Job Printing Establishment
Mls the argeet and finest establishment ofthe kind in the or lelt
I Weak It hu more Bteam Pre** and Machinery; more correal
I printing Materials andmore Skillfnl Workmen lh«a«nj
" j other Job Printing Home We* of New York. rfrlna
I The proprietors are prepared to execote. on.short #o» .
' j Uce. everr variety of BOOK,, JOB LETTER PHESS Qj^jjoa
J and FANOT FEINTING In the ££37 MAS NEB ajists
jrt iidi,OWEST LIViN<J PRIOiES. boaate
* I Particular attention (dven to the prinUna of -
| > r ■ aled ti
Bnsiaeai Card*, Pc*U», „ C( l
! i Vigitang Cards, were i
B&U Tickets, PampUetg, that
! Letter Heidi, Circolm, amenc
Bill Eeadl, Checta, ,
t Beceipts, Llb«I». 1? (iUbe
PRIHTIHO IN ootoil six ye
1 lln kUltirarleUM. don. la bMntlfnl ityto ud »1 ®ad». umea i
j 1 uenlci.
) M exanliullos of BPKUMIKB ul CKIOIB \ttf mil;
j litfclTolljteTlKd. Wltlll!
. BTOrdn, tron lheOonntnot®naiOifilM.»»d «=« tbe to
, I booebrExprM. 3lr.
: .. . ctriki
Jlcurf Ward Beecher ma the ♦' l»fi4el of Col
I Greeune." tagal,
I [F.om Ih, N". Y.
ir At a recent meeting in Cincinnati to cele- . letter
S brste the bir'h day ot Tom Paine, the follow- v., ai
w I ing toast was offered, which we hud not Been Corte
* until it appeared in the column? of the N. Y in hLs
ir 1 Tisaa: ' made
I •• the recent celebration of Tom Faine'a whose
m birthday at Cincinnati, ths inlidala preaent paret]
„ toa»tod 'The Heretic Clergr, Parker, Emereop, woa l;
Conway, Cbapin, Beecber, and all wholoTatoan jjjg
~ I above all creeda and «ecta and ritnals ana ob- .
I serraace, who regard man aa the higheat and . ;] v
| holiest aod moat sacred of all in the nniTerae * s
may their motto ba 'erer onward, greater tree- u " ra -
A dom and clearer light,' "
We have felt some hesitation in approprlat- An *
1 ing the family designation to oureeivea. There
_ is a Tcneiable man, Dr. Lyman Eeccher, who Ap
m- I always" loved man above creeds and sects c^". 01
J ° I uud rituals and observances," and who cn- J. lialr
'r dcavorcd for more *Lan hair a century to ""j 1 !
°[ I employ creeds, sects, rituals, and observances ' ollo j
for the promotion of the gooil of all mun. It torel
1 may be him that ia meant. Or, these geotlo- Ju |
od I men might have had in mind another one of (ja ™
I the same name, who has, for the saka of man- V r ,
I kind, put Sampson quite into thebactgrooiid. in ßjy
I For this pacred Hercnlee carried oh' the gate, eealt
rai or Gaza, and oi.uped Horn his encmiei. But amot
I Dr. Edward Beecher has gone far back of Ga- " stri
7.a, to Ihc gates ol Time, and unlatched, uu- ? vea
hinged, and walked off with the gates of the
10. I world on his thoulderi, so that men can walk ideal
£S back and forward l«tneen a pre existent B?o«
ion world and this one, as one would walk from vlrlL
* * cliamlter to parlor, or front parlor to boudoir! J™
a_ He 100 is just the man described, as one who
K prefers men to crecdf, eecta, etc., and has long e m «
I endeavored to serve men by means of them!
Then there are several others or this family ™S
D 1 name of precisely tho.same disposition. !Ve 'ens;
have called no family synod, and yet wo ven- « u
at lure to say that every one of that nam» not "Je 1
only, but. of every name that calls upon our 0 "j
Lord anil Savior Jesus Chrißt, love man above J
*o' creed?, seels, etc., when they arc In their most
bL truly Christian dispositions. jW>
JiS Nor do ao except to the expression which "a"
lew makes man to be the "highest and holiest and
nrk I most Mvcrcil or all in the universe," if our ia- ille
fidel friends meant man as now repre?cnted tlle '
Ma- Iby Christ, who became a roan that he might er o
I lilt men up to God. For it Is written, -God ltt 'i
I also had highly exalted him, and given him a 'J
name which is above every name; that at clc ->
the name or Jesus every knee should bow, of araa
things in heaven, and things in earth, and laI V
b, things under (he earth; and that every tongue
■ I should confess that Jesus Christ is Lord, lo
Icnj I the glory of God the Father." .
We trust that it was with this p.issage in ">=
Uc* I their eye that onr well-wishers in Cincinnati
JJS" only figuratively put man highest and holiest eu ii '
>f the I ol all things. We accept also their motto :
Deed .(E rer onward, greater freedom and clearer »e"
ot I U-hi." Nothing can be more eminently and aiy
' I thoroughly Scriptural. *.
sa. "Evtr Onward." "This one thins I do, for- '
—. getting those things which are becind, and Nan
I l eaching forth unto those things which are the
I ljel'ore, 1 press toward the Iniuk for the prize cup
= of (lie hign calling of God in Christ Jesna.'.'
Phil, iii, 13.14. "P 1
"Greater Kietdum." "If the Son therefore I™
i-hall mnke you tree, ye shall be free indsed.
John viii. 36. '-But Jerusalem which is above f>en
is free, which is tbe mother of us all. Stand mj
-2 f'a«t, therefore, iu the Liberty wherewith P™
£. Christ halli made us Frte." Gal. iv. 25, v. 1. sitii
"Clearer liijh"For God who command- _
edthe light to shiue out or darkness, hath imj
H siiined in our Itearts, to give the light of the
5 glory or God in the face ot Jesus Christ." 2 or
H Cor. iv. G. , "J"
M 1 "Suw we see through a glass datkly, bot "tti
«■ then face to face." 1 Cor. xiii. 11. For we yi
Si are traveling toward a «ity from which dim- P'e
nest and darkness have tied away for ever, con
"Aud there shall be no night there, and they n't
M need no candle, neither light of the sun; for ver
zf the Loid Gad givcth them light; and they J
5 I shall reign lor ever and ever." Bev. xxit 5. la '
© Let no man think that we despise the sym- ma
5? pathy and well wishing of a convention or In- en(
i* tidels, We thank them for their kind feelings, his
• Like our Master we had rather discourse with [in
I publicans and sinners than dine with th» most nts
I select and eminent Pharaisee. But we love a 55
I true Christian betler lhau either. But, lofi-
I del or Pharaisee, all need the grace of God,
I und all by rcpantanoe of sin and faith in
I Christ, the Savior of sinners, may yet meet ia
, | heaven.
I Gentlemen of the Cincinnati Convention of
I luli'lels! we should be ashamed to be less T
] kind and courteous thsn you have been, nnd
lin concluding, we take leave of yon kindly, ft
1 saying, in the wb:dsof Inspirtd Writ: 1
I "Now may the GciJ of peace, that brought {£
again from the dead our Lord Jesus, that in
I great Shepherd of the sheep, through the
Everlastiug Covenant, moke you perfect in &
every good work to do bis will, working in °j
' 1 you that which is well pleasing in his sight lb
I through Jesus Christ- To whom be glory for
j «> cr aud ever." d'i
1 ■ pm- s
Frcscott'a Method qf Literary Lobar. *
i I [From the Jloilon *Tealc« TrwtcriDt.] hi,
Everything that relates to the historical «r
| labors of the lste William H. Prescott is ot g
1 general interest. We have, thprefsre, pre- 1
t*. pared a somewhat minute sketch of the meth- g
lod or preparation aud composition adopted u
ng, by the declared, by which he was enabled to ■*<
I ovi-rconte his impaired visioo, aud to place j
I. I hi- ijaqte among the historians of the very
I litst r ink, l(r. {'resoott, it is well known,
though not blind, wasa#ect«}wlth a disorder
[» of tit; uerve of the eye, so that he was wholly g
incapacitated for reading and writing in the
I ordinarv ways. lie was exceedingly system.
I alic iu'his mode of life, and devoted five
All,
Uoure oat of the twenly four to Ills historical I
labors. After breakfast he ligteoed for an
% I hour to some light reading, a cofel,ppoe t or
OKB j other entertaining book. He then walked 4
for an hour. At 10$ o'clock bia secretary
enrae to his story, and remained till 12
o'clock. Another vallf cf &n hour was then c
Lting taken, after vhich he vent to his study, and
I remained another hour and a half with his o
m &ecrelary. Ailcr dinner light reading was
U.L. aeai,, resorted to, and at 6 o'clock the secre-
I turv returned and remained until 8. This
I routine of work and leisure was very rigidly a
10l served throughout the season, during the c
■ years devoted t*> &o preparation of bis eIab
>TEKS. orate volume?. , ]
Hr. Prescott'fl mode of writing history was
this: We will take, for example, hislaat work,
I/M# "Philip Oie Second." lie arranged in his
a. study all the books and manuscripts relating [
tpctaSoD to tbat monarch, which he bad been years iu
colieclin{i, at an expense of many thousand \
extaff, doUori 2 . They numbered three or four bun- «
__ dred printed volumes of all sizes. Tbere
were also some twenty thick foliii of manu
ecripts, richly bound, which probably cost
more than all the rest of the collection,
though some of the printed works are exceed-
SALLE ingly rare and valuable—the libraries and
u ore- bookstores of all Western Europe, from (V
U S nd i °t dir to Amsterdam, having been ransacked by
in tearcb of everything thai could
uiwMil throw light on tbe history of Philip tbe *«o
--» oq< L Except dictionaries and other works of
reference, books not specially relating to the
KDENT, gubjret iu naudwere excluded from the study.
With his materials thus gathered about him,
I 00& tbe historian commenced his work. Tbe Sec
poiaMTl " re urr IJrst read the only Eoglieh history of
aTo *. the King and bis reign. Notes and obserra*
lions were dictated as they were suggested by
tore* the book. Having freshened his recollections
by heating this volume read, Mr, PrescoU
■ proceeded to examine t&c treasures he had
„, MB , collected. Bach book yas taken from the
tiZZF shelf in turns by the Secretary, who read
- B ioud iU title, its table of contents, ana • flew
N CON- Biuea by way of specimen of its style and
KQ*. . charactnr. Note<w«e taken while this cx
■ • aminaUon'was going on,which were preaarred
' FBO* f ot f a tare reference. 01 the three or Tour
W P*. „ hundred volumes, a great majority or course
°"*™r proved worthless, being either merely repe- |
LL BUT- {[Uon. or compilations, or translations or
mStmt, yweding authors, or eine, if original, with-
The number oT books of teal 1
,v»]uewoaWbeibu3redaceddow»perii4psto *
a hundred. , . • . ; ' ——
The liuge Tolioft ofMSS. -were nejt attacked. T A
Tbtfse had been examined by. a competent Xi.
person, wh6 prepared fc'careful'digest and 'K
table ot content! i Tlre A Secretar) read this, Tbel
atid notes were dictated as he proceeded Avdd]
Bavlog thus, ay it were, token an accouaf of f£?b*s
gtuck, and die general character
of bis materials, they were next inspected id .
detail in the following manner : The first
chapter of Philip (he' Second contains aa ac
count of Ihe abdication and last days of hw
iatber and predecessor, Ctiarlea the Filth, aiu.j
The Secretary gathered round bjm every '
rolume, printed or MS3., which contained
anyibinfe about th« last-named mp«arcb. Tliq Ekhtai
books are m iho Eaglisbj French; Spanish, 1 posh
Italian and Latan languages. One ;by ona of A'U
they were read aloud, and copious notes were
dictated. When everything that' related, to
Charlea tbe filth had tbaa been perused and
noted, tbo historian began
work, or, tnore properly Epealdng, to write it
for the process or composition bad ofcoune {
b.sa going on his micd during these prepara
tory lobon. . f«iy
i The *ppa*atu& used by Mr. Frescott con
-1 gifited of a irame the size oI 4 a common sheet A
of letter paper, with bra« wires inserted to! "■
correapend with the number of lines filo
marked. This carbonated paper was used, 1
and instead of a pen the writer employed a ;
stylu3 with an agate point The great diffi
culty in tbe way or a person'* writing in the ®
ordinary manner, whose vision is impaired,
arises from not knowiiig' when Uie iuk 1b ex
hausted, and moreover the lines will ba run Adl p t
iuto.one aiiotber. Both difficulties are obri-' m]tt%
ated by the simple arrangement just describe partm
ed. The pages.tha writlea by Mr. Prescott .
were copied by the Secretary, and read,
that such interlineations, alterations aod'j
amendments might be made, as were 1 feU
needed. Tbe materials for the second chap-, .
tcr, on the early life of Philip, were next
taken up, acd the same process repeated, un
til the volume is ready for the printer. About I
six years were devoted to the first two vol-I
umesof "Philip the Second," including tbe
preparatory studies. These volumes appeared I
in 1855, the .third of the eeriea was issued |
wUltm & few weeks, and Uis understood that BboWl
the lourtb is considerably advanced. |
Mr. Preacott's library was adorned with
striking portroila of Ferdinand and Isabella, I t*"
ofColumUus,'otl>i)n Sebasiiaii, Kiog of Por-: JJjJ*
tngal, and ot most of the characters that fig- I of to|
urein his histories. He 'possessed original
letters of Ferdinand, Isabella, and Charles I
V., and a piece of lace fro« the shroud of rz
Cortes. The historian did not usually write
in bis library, but in a small room over it, I
made very light to meet tbe wants ol one I
whose sight was impertcct When fully pro
pared to write, Mr. Prescott's daily task 1.
would average about seven pages of one of I jmti
his printed volume*. Most persons with per- | de 3
feet visions would complain if they were ===
daily to copy seven pages from
those charming books. I
An Ingenious bat Disloyal South Caro* I rpi
iiuidu. 1 X
Apropos to the recent grant of the appli- I
cation for a renewal of a patent of an easy ■
chair, .invented by a citizen of South Caro- 1 offlc ,
litia, the New Orleans Delta gives tbe
fol to wring story, as quite correct winter bo
fore last : -
Judge .Evans, the late Senator from South I CI
Carollaa, was a very earnest, sincere and ven- j Yl
crable old gentleman who under au exceed- jel
iogly gentle mind and clerical exterior, con- I
cealtA tome very decided points of character, j IT
among which was an intense State pride and 1 nay
a strong biasin favor ot the m-tiluiions, and j
eveu the weaknesses and delects of bis old | hYj
Sate. . To liira,.South Carolina was the beau j gg{
ideal of every thing and 1
good. Her errors and defects were to him. | JJjg
virtues and endowments. And, though it 1 r esc«
was not in the nature of tbe good old mau to I {J J
hato anybody or anything, he cherished a de- I Toti
cidedacd very South Carolinaisli repugnnnce 1 ggj
to the institutions, ideas and customs of New I hat
England. For any South Caroliniaa to pos- J fl °g
Herw any of tbe qualities,- the accomplishments | Uytv
or tastes of th<; people ot that section, was, in |
the view of the old Senator, a serious breach I
of faith atid duty to his honored and beloved I Tl
old Palmetto State. I JLJ
Now.it happeuedtbat Judge Evans was I
applied to l>y a young South Carolinian', who 1
bad iuvented some ingenious mechauical con- 1 p
trivancc which he desired to have patented. I \j
The young applicant Introduced himself as I lil
I tbe son ol'aa old friend and fellow-parishion- I£s
( er of the Judge, and begged hia favor and aid j u
[ in obtaining his letters patent. I """
i The venerable Senator raised his specta
clefs, and ilxiug his eyes in wocder and I I
f amazeucut at the iogenious young Carolin- j yoi
[ iau, iu his mild but emphatic toue, interro- I
k gated htut as follows : j ,
J 41 You are the son of Colonel H—, of St. I
—-ParUh, South Carolina, who was born in I
1 thesaid Parish t" I T
l ** lam sir," promptly nnd proudly respond- |
t ed tbe young gentleman. I
. " The granilson of H 1 who I jj 0
p served under General Sumter, ia the Revola- j —-
1 ary Warl" I r
'•Yen hir," wa<? the prompt reply. 1 1
" Your mother was the daughter of Mrs. j
1 Nancy - ■. —, who set lire to her mansion in |
e the Revolution, to prevent the British oc- j
e copying It?" # .If
n '• Yes sir," enthusiastically exclaimed the j [
representative ot one ot Carolina's proudest I !i£
e fdiniliei*. . I T
\ "And You," continued the patriotic old X
c Seoator, '• have been educated at the acade- I
my l iu atid instructed in the I
b principles, duties acd knowledge of your po- I J
I, sition, your birth uud family T?' I
j* « Yea, sir," modestly remarked the now I
h impatient youth. . )
ie *' Then sir," exclaimed the Judge in a tone j
2 of haushty firmuess aud indignation, " how I
dare you to turn your bick upou all the tra- I
it ditional principles, and ideas, aud customs of I u
re your State, upon tbe seutim-iata and princi- |
a . pies of your lamily, your ancestors and your |
r . countrymen, and degrade yourrelf to tbe level 1 |
.y of a common wooden nutmeg Yankee, by in- Ith
jr venting a machine 1" I
y The Ingenious but alas 1 high-borne young 1 .
5. Caroliniaa, was so effected by the forcible 1 u
b" manner in which the Senator presented the Ijj
n . enormity of his conduct, that he abandoned | pt
g, bis application, and returned to South Caro- |
th lina with a view of standing for Congress in
,«t bis District at the next election. jjg
a j
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[dental 80BGBON8. I
| Office, No. SUelhodlst Oburcb Blodc. comer of Clark
I and Wuhlngvon sUetU.
CHICAGO, ILL.
I cH3l ipsmr WAtura. 13
rrt a
Yr . DEBTIST. «6-
I 131 MreeU
[ . lelS-lly. 11 ' w
/CONSUMPTION & CHBOMC DISKASBS
Vj J)rs. BKADINO A MCAD m*. _
I maybe eonsaKed dally fhmi 9 JMMI- •- n
I ah to l p. w. and rrom iuis • w
1 P. M.fo'r'ali'diseasea of LOMU3.
1 HKAKV and LIVKB, PKMAtC/
| O£KANOE»IfcNTSJ. and a 111-
I CmtQNIODtaCASPL Aathem:fflE«laiMl&H)l
I diseases procrcss taeldly, anu" * OS
I oOe-> imoerceatthlr. (Q a faial
I termination uueu promptlr ar-
' 1 rested, an euriy application" lalaßlß
lit 4/ th* ttUnmi ignportctnes wsUMKBMV SB
Iso ad who wlah a PtBUANKNT and epaßuY UUBE- «,
* 1 Tneir rystem of treatment by Medicated Inhalations, to-
1 I getnerwitt) constimtlonal remedlest Is entirely different m.
' I irom anyihlnjt before the poblfc. and they are confident vbl
' I hat any candid person wul be coaylnced 01 itacreatef- "
1 fica<7 by a careful examination of Its merits.
) OT&ooaa at No. 100 Bute street, ccner of Wash
1 j on Mate streek Oonsnltatloafree.
t I E. A. BOOUE ~
L T\ENTIST.—OFFICE NO. 141
I U Lakestreet. (opp. J. ILKeed (TfWHk
j 1 Oo'a) oeaty T TT
► DBS. FULLER A ALBAVGBi T
* I r\BNTJSTS. OFFICE, NO.
* I U 44 West Randolph St.. Chlcaxo.
1 1 lIL Boperiorwork promptly done at ocr
1 oflce. Besponilble icaanokee for eao* 1 1 1 r
* 1 eealn allcaaea
1 I fVOall andseespeclmens. seM-ly-aOT
DB, J, BBidDlNßtDentM.
; -r ate assocute of dk. a wood
I 1 J Bnff BBOWN, ofNo. 3 Great Jonee street, New
. I *° rlC * Office XOO Lais© Street,
I
I Over Tripp k Hale'i Patent OSBca Depot
* I noisMTßty
1 r\B3. WARNER & KETCHUM, DENTAL
>. I I / BUBQtONB. Ofica northeast corner of "
I X*al£e and Dearborn streets,
® I Up stairs in room He. L ocl2)lS0-ly
L ~ W. W. ALLPORT.
N TIS T.-OFFICE ANDML 9l
a I Beddeaee, No. a Wubluloc^fl||&
Q I sreet. oc3 b6S.lt
> DOCTOR N» F. COOKE,
rTO.UUSOI'ATHIC PHYSICIAN. OF- j
e I |~t PICK and BeaiJence removed to 2ta XJ.-ulßai "
j street, two doors from I'.usli street. myt'S-^-ly
T^EKTISTa—DBS. QUINLAN & ODSH- 41
d I JJ wo. • r
I BtmOrXlObr PaiWTXSTS.
Ie I OWI OX-NO, B» OLAXISTSIXT, O
2. j rahM-lr-i>2® Opposlt the Ooort Boose.
w | (©aural "
w TUIPP, HALE, & CO. f
ot General Patent Office Depot, x
i- I NO. 100 LAK* BTBXKT, CIIICAQO, ILL. " Q
rpHE SUBSCKIBEBS BEG LEAVE TO
e I L btorm the pnbllc fenerally, that they bare opened
I their office at tbe aboye place for the transaction of a
: GENERAL PATJCNT AQENO7 BDSINESd w
iff I It Is their aim to keep oa haad, at aS times, for exhttft- ?
,® I |!onandaale,as larse a variety as possible of patented k
0 I artlclesofthetateetandmoetusefaliayenUona: andthey r,
be I *Ultake creat pleasure tn.reoelYlßK vtsltoie who mas g
I wlah to examine their articles, whether with a flew ol x
I parch ulna or not.
<y. I The office Is thrown open ai the headquarter! of Ineen
t I tors who tnaj vUh to dlssoae o/their ImproreoenU: and
ID I the proprietors respectftillylsylte tofentors and artisans
I to eall open theo at their plsaenre. Patents obtained on
I new IntenUonson rtaeonahie terms, and with the leest
S possible delay. The ntijmltnftd will keep thnrooahb
I posted bp la all the new patents isssed at Washington, and 6
I will reMiTe and sell on commission all classes of usefbl
1 and patenied articlea,toaetaer with lodiTtdtfal. Ooonty ot
I State rlchta to use and sell the same. Care will be taken
I lo receive no pgf nWI article of right for sale that is not
1 niwsii il nfunnfnn merit; It belna the purpose of the
IB I ftnn * r>|>T" r »nrt>ry *>»«» *»wUr»» f-nnW
I 2.^.*^°^*7 w^htepgrehMenewiteprov»
I Wn. Joue«,9o. 61 Bommer Bt. ftostont C. H. field A *
,« I Co M KUbr Km Boston; Jaaoi,!!. Hale, Boi«cn;
] Bovsa A 73 Lake BU. Chicago; M. D. Oilman * 00.
PA I lii Sooth Water St. Chi caro; Hon A Pierce State
be I St., Ohlcaeq; A- J. Mnrphj. Boriinrton, YU J Tripp,
for | Albany. N. lzMiraaPeck, AlbaayTn. *4 ChariesVi®.
art | man. Sjractue. N. Y. MSj'ly a
it* I 1
Z. &atl)£r anb iinittngs. (
i* J ..1., —— - . __
Hayden, Kay & Co, ,
j fl3B. KAHSOIiPH STRKCT 238 i
Mk 1
riy, OHICAOO,
I lhEatetßrera.laporten7uclttolC!sln
» Saddlery Hardware,
w I 35EJSTT STOCK,
[oOAOS TBIXHINQI,
6PHINOB, AXELS, TARNISHES,
" WtBBINGS, COLLARS, He.
I P. BAYSEN, Hn YCJ*.
I P. WliaoK. Ondraatl.
• . WILLIAM V. KAY, Plcuo. 11l
M I .a.«.
°* lOBRB * HDWAT, Sjj^.
to* I «"l«
I SaddlM, WtUIM, OalUi% (Mc Sirtrtl—.
ui smioLß rsoiu
, te
I OmCIiHDULB-80010l
1 nt
Jg»
r& ■
e, Silver-plated Goods.
OIIiYfiE PLATED CABTOES IN GREAT
.tract O rarlety. Sooona. Port". Tea-eets. Sjbleis, As.
tadto foe sale lower ihin a* any other hon* m the dtr. a'
jatoxa A CO.'d frroch China laaoriam-Jm Lake
K, between OiarkwlPeartwm. laap-ly-cat
~~ • Country Merchants
ra.,a ask invitkd to kxakins oca
" B /V Urrt «n«fe of ttocfarr l*(br«
maßna their tiaewhere. with tbe .assurance
that oar bat endeavors wtt be made tgmake U for tbelr
advantafe to oarchase slock CWaa RBporlam of
A. JAEuKft A ca. ios Lake street* between Clark and
t?a Paimm.
H New and Attractive Goods.
2L- XTT& RESPECTFULLY INVITS TH*
W aU^onorihel*lMorOUa«.u<UHMba«
la
China, toe Cot Bohemian Qlaes Ware, wekery Ware.
Bntanla Ware.
and loW: rices of our foods, areinsh esjo «*ve the be*
StVaetioaUaU. AIAIOU
tweeaOMrtcapdDearbjm ia»4f-cat
. . Fine China.
wm> decorated »d bxchly gild.
II Wo. flee^SdMdrtablf
B«. . Llrflhl TMMI K<iM.O.W,o»Wct. IrtJ
sish
H»l»« j _____
„ • rrffl'E uaDßßSigned hats ths plba
job
£.; :
ff >k aad PeMhom. jajlHrjM
mat no and visit the ihenoh china
•» U ■wurtior A. Jtasnjt.oo. Ho. M talw
to#. DMtomWalMMk
Sirg (Soobg. IB
Jj O W P a,I OKB WIN.— E
PBASB, MARSH A
, S0 Lake Street,; Ixn
Oct ©oner of.saall erpeoaea anJ awdvd Goods at I
low pfwestomen who pax, barlne rarrifd as [ Am?
folly thread times of panic, we shall stlO adhere to It. I Mcß
we are determloed to offer Udqocesea'e to ( j.a,
aoodfoea, aad s&aß offer at WBOIJUALK throa«i<oat 1 fc, L
tbe eeeena, a rery fall ggtiag Stock of the rary best I Stan
mates of [ 000 l
STAPLE DRY KOODB, tl
HMIERY AND NOriON?, I
At the »er» Lowest Prices that close, boylnx and small 1 K
exneiuta wSI adtnlt«.!. -* i I
To oar custctners «ho kniw onr way of bo«lnaa ( Mine
In the p«su this notice Is.unnecessary.bet wasoUcSt t>e |
aUtStloa of all cood rcea-wbo ~ looa acronnil'* lor the *d- | Wl
Tantaces of tbeoartet, and hareacmethlnarore than ( j
proplafe to pay for t»>ds. lal> aUn |
78 - - Lake Street, - - 78 j
THIMMKQS, EMBHOIDEMES. Q
1 CoU<
LACES,'
NEW STYLE SKIRTS ~
CORSETS. IB
UNDER GARMEKTS, I On
GLOVES AND HOSIERY, PS?
KID GLOVES. I SI
WOOLEN GOODS.
BERLIH WOOLS, u
And a Gffleral Stock of I J
BKA L L WAB S S I J£i
KettOonaunUy oa hand and tor safe |
Wholesale and Retail,
78 Lake Street. I n
laao A. GRAYER, gate aT. Attoeoa) J Dg
I
GREAT BAHGAI\S -i
- ra_ SHI
DRY GOODS!
j t I in
FREEDSAN, GOODKISD ft CO,,
IIS Lake Stmt US ""g
I
Offer from thia date fir the balance of the Season, their j vest
Entire Stock, ccosistinc of j
rich: dress silks, ""
MEBIN OS, I Tj
tfc
ALL KI3DS OF WISTEK DRESS GOODS. So,
CLOAKS.SHAWLS, I SSj
EISBROIDERIESf I K ,
WOOLEN BOSIBBIBB, |
THIIVSriNGS, KIBBONB, I r<
and JfllLlilNßllY GOODS, I JJj
it] Leas lhau Nrw York Cost, "j
1
MAKE ROOM FOB' OTJ R I
Heavy Spring Purchases! I j-
FKEEDBA3, Guol)£lSl> H €O n
131 ...LAHK STItEST 135. u®
jal3 b961 j "J
1858 .... FaU Aad WUter. .... ISSB. I **
j ua
OOOLBT, FABWSLL 9c. CO„ I
(Sncccssors to Coo ley. Wadswarth A CoO I
OST GOODS JOBBERS, 5
49.43 ft 40 Wahaafc Atsbos, J
Are now reed Tin* a fall assortment or I j
OET GOO 1)3, 7AHSSE KOHQSJ, KC,, KTC., I £
TOE THE FAIL ANDJVINTEJt TRIDK. I
■BUU FBOFXTS AITS PROMPT PAt I
Will be oarmaUo, and all dealers. Dartlcnlarly cash and : (
abort time trade, will find It to their interest to examine 1
ooreztenslveandattractlrestockbefbi'erßrebaslnjcelae I 1
where. mhs>ticH-wlf. 1 '
Jurnitnrc, &t. '
FOB FUftNITUBE |
UUM j |
H. N. PARSONS,j
179....RANDOLPH ST.M-ET....l*# I
He is I
T COST-eiL
WITHOUT REGARD TO VALUE. I
de9SnU%] I
Furniture I Furniture! I. L.
1 A
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL I -
-A*- 1
NEir YORK $ BOSTON PRICES. "I
TACT* WOHTE KHOWIHOI I 1
SO per Oant Saved la the Parch***. I J
Shearer, Paine & Strong, •;
llavina to I K
; JOKES' NEW IRON FRONT STORE,
HO. «03 BASDOUH ST.. I
Are now prepared to exhibit to their old eastomen, aad I
to the public cenerally. 1
The lUarsest and. Seat Assorted j
STOCK OF FURNITURE r
! WEST OF NEW YORK* I 1
Which {they have recently recelred. and are nov epej> I
In*, eonslstlnc In pari of | _
■•haguf, Bomwo«4 ud Kiln at I ]
PARLOR FURNITURE.
la Brocatelle. DeLalne. Rnsh and Hair Cloth. |
. Xnamellad. Oak, Chestnut, Mohogany * BoMV'i I
CHAIVBEB SETTS, If
Of Hew and Recast Dedxnea from the best if an afacta | -
) lies la Boston. New York and Philadelphia. I P
I —ALMO— I
Aa KzteaslTe variety of Hoho«any. WalntS and Xoee* I
wood Tete a Tetes. Evt Obalrs. Parlor Oh airs. Easy I *
i. Vcktna Chairs, ttewtax Chairs. Divana. Oonches an 9k 0
i Loot yes. Etaceras. Marble-top Centre and )*ier Tablea, I ,
• Bureaus and Kdeboards. Patent Rprlns Beda Curled I *
i 11 air. Cotton aad Hosk. Palm and Kxeelslcr Mattresses. I .
,i Floe Rush teat Chairs. Carted Oak Extension Tables, I I
o*kDlnlnaChalra,CaneßeatObalrsofeTcrydescripUoa. 1 5
v —ALSO— I '
J DINING ROOM AND COMMON FURNITURE, >
° m OBBAt YAMPT. I ,
3 flc*d* Kun&etmd Hora To Ordai Oat of tht I
£ BEST MATEBIALa. I '
j* We are consUnUy recelrlna: fwra6EJ*AWUt k JOKIB, I j
f New York, and A fc>AWK. Boetoo. OCaaa. I !
* factarcrU I 1
LATEST PATTEMfI
aas I
a Most Approved styles or Goods, I
i; Which will make U a great Inducemea to thoa* I
W rUUfISEILY€ HOTELS As|o HOU&k ( .
To ewlaeour fikwkbeforeteadlna Kast. j
m So Partly VTfimNOTH* CItTPOR THE POROHAS* I
OF FUUCITUU should Call to -*z»Bu»e I '
OUR MAMMOTH- BTOOK
Before harebuea J
~ To the FcbUc at I
We ara prepared to prove that Purntfcr.e of Every I
Grade, from the Kitchen to the Pa^-ior. |,
18 Vfll o« Furniahed froqt Onr EttaAliUiaaat at I
PriCQf tkaa %ay fioua in tbe West |
SHEABEBi PAINE ft STBttKC, I
203,... BANDOLFH_STEEET.. I
Q. MOBGhAN,
199 - - - - Ziaks StrMt* - - * - 199
I 9 Tfaw ao4 BesatUal Detltm )
LATEST fitTUS of
u4 Walut Pari«r f
C* —A*>-
BSBBOOS yVlXXTtraBi
. H IN BUITB.
TbasaheslberU aavreeatrlaaLlkßi ABDHIOSAI
L BOFFUIIIo hk former
~ KauMth Stock of Cabinet Funttart ft Chain
i Aftbeßtock lißovOombleUaadfell.and.Uta
LugHfc to ba tend Wait of Vaw Yak.
El voald eordlaSy Invite the attectloa el his fbnsa
Mauls aai patrons and the paMle ««*
b% ertftyta call asdnaalaa
Trie ia«gant Farnitara
lefera eleewhere.
" gelllac at Onctlr Redoes* Pilsssasai
Lest Beasea.
SI
k. BABCOCK * PKEKr
(gaocmnw to /WQlard. Yedt A 000
555 m. .....HAXDOLFB-ST.. ITL
iihpir, a«<w««4 k
•\ T CHAMBER, DININB ROOM - AND COMMON
A IVBRZTtII
y 1 In Qrttt Variety.
—— WOOD SKAT ASD OIK* BKAT CSAISB. BIDBtXAXff«
BOKUUS.
__ VPartlealar atteatlea paid to Oosntay Order* and
US io Fornlabti* Hotels. As. sel6aSaO-ty
Ibre ————— —————^
£55 "pvXALKBS AND OONSTTHKBS
nof 1 j iu ama .*») -
■. W. DBKMOB6 * CO.,
g_ - in una hi wadln snflml itiTlrnrtrr anrrart rrftln rTr
Ime » Vtll Of OHAMI*
Aay of the Ttftow wodnet o! thdralSa Weritantefl*
thatarslnthe»aiatyofearKOod«.aadwUhap>odelll,
rood mil si lala aa* experteace. hope to and mala
ulnUiekiebsetpobstofeaceilebea. <taxtnadea(yiasa
J'f* He. 1 White Wfceat
Klli& Mills. Kk»lSily.abetoe*rtraa»et«fc
Also ai wholesale ocretiUi
White Aye Flow. Corn and naellVd.
_ _ Qnhaaslnoar. OenudlMamod, -
ld
■!> w«i. ier^"frit*Wasi>^i's»a
Trt. ODNDRIKB—SO - BASKETS CEKKHIE3,
.aad O . MbaasUo^are^Peaches,
te at. K brie Pteaehes.
HbrtsDtMKkberrlee,
,BA* IV kecs PteaA Proses,
bare » baakKs Ha—artan Pirate.
VS. 0 . Jm»»SSjSSy«?Sg" HI WILIIA* UJTLM *
tflKuUi Water street. delHy
5S /~IffBI3fKAS—2SO BOXE3 FANCY TOYS
380 boxes
"-*■ BO boxes Pancr Prunes.
TV a SOB bozea Bell Loceacsr^
Banking anb <Sjt£l)angc.
ASD DS?a3IT BANK
iniABB, C1BCBIIIB*C«h HI
fXtt HHU RAFir*. IOWA.
xmx o. b. brub.
-um to—
AtnwfcM Irehaaf® Baak New Tort
Meßrlda Brother! " L.
4,& Hotajtat, jr.. tdiCor B&o&ert' Uuitloe. " |T
, L Unknim k Ca,Basren.. chlcaco.ni, p*
Stance*. Stlbbt A Co., Ban*en Woocter.O,
Oook, (Unreal k Downey. fUakera low* City, lowa. r»-
J. a 6rare*.
btaoci\ \jj > "
CBANOER, WfiLDON ± CO.« h
Bankers AND DEiLKBd IN EX. f~
GBANQS. eoraer of Raadolgh tzui 91«cketstce<ti r •
(UsiTa Bloekx Chlewx Cl. t
axnu to
Wo. B. Chlcato & Lisd. £*q n Chicago, /v
- Q,
C. U. llooott '* yirtaers* Baak» ilui- 1 »
I*lT3ci CeUL Ohio. I
MMrtujra mouse H
OF WILLAED, ALEXASDER St CO. \l
B*ak of DrpoHL Fcrric l Zxzbizti. I
vauacUoa aad Bhip Puuie, J
SO OLABS STREET. GHIOAOO i
dggg.ly.W4 j
BALDWIN lb DODGE' I w
JJANKEBS k LAND AGENTS. Ft
COUNCIL BLUIFH. .\OWX CfITT. j
OoneettoaataadeUtheoftulntea. Etchanxe oo tbe I _
prtndpaJ chia* of the CoJoa boo«lj» *ad sold. I Bsi
tateboachtaadaokteaoßamluloa. Laid w*rr*nM lo- I
li*)acres, aad 43<eperacr«LaaaOt2c8 1
tee. AH stud warraate la cama proportJoa. ).
KJBISNGE3:—Marine Bank, Chicaw: Henry faraam. | _
IC»a~PmMentChlcMO andS.L BAliroad: Ameriew I Bn
. Ktchaoge Baak. New York; Ihskee A Baliock, 0l I
toola I
JOH3TT. DODGE, delO-lj-aiM O. M, BALDWIE
OOOLBAOa.i & BROOKS. M
13ANK£BS JLSD DEALERS IS XX- IFU
JJ aaisea, . f .
BCBUNGTON. IOWA. )
BT" Pronmtatt«ailaa veatothe collectioa ofHoka, I
DrvUi etc. I
Befer to Oeorcegohb A Co, Uartse Bank, Mcr
haaUSariajaLoaa and TnutOo., aad P. Q. Aduai. I
w.r.oooLBATOB. f. ¥.»ooa. I
KDff'D. I. TINK&UI & CO., Hl
BROKERS, AND DEALERS IN EXCHANBE. .»
Cornar Ciark and Sti—<■> j
. CHICAGO. Boi
aawiap i. TisggA<.... c. inui. j t«a
CHAM4KS B. HATVT A. 00. 1 6
BANKE B S AND DEALESS IN EX- 10
change. 3* Clark street Chlcaxo. 1 U
(Xawastos D*7A*narr—HAM, OUAMBC&S A 1 1»'
in N*«otiabte Securities. Boy and Sell Paper l *a^
Secaredbr fteal&tate, aadidTeioeclalatttnUoß to la. I X
TegmenU for Kartera Parties. apls-t754.1y I
oaaaus a. aa*. ». a cbxmwp. o<o. o. warm*. 1
pom Jintancx.. bx-ibtsiylu, [ Toi
DOPES) BECK 4e SAYXJSS, w
Bankers and brokers, nos. a & 5
Devonshire street. Boiion, tlTe particolar atten- | Q. T
tioa to tbe Mines of Lake Basenor and are prepared ]
to raraiah reliable Inform\Una retoecUn« then. A I P>
monthly reriew-of tbe Stock and Money Market with I
qootatlonaof all tha Oaireat 3ecorlUea, will be aent to | J" J
any addrea dwirM. I 111
A a. lai* Hi aAav0a0........w. a. moxauua. 1
tARB, SANFOBD A CO.,
QTJCCE3SOR3TO DICKERMAN, WHEEL M
O ER A 00. Bankers Bockiord, QUnoU. I
ooflectlona made ana remitted vromntly at e&rreot ( I
rafc* of Brchaage. J
ftxraa to—Ocean Bank, ?ew York; Shoe aad Leather 1 "71
PjJefi* Bank. Boston; g«chan<e Bank, Chicago. aiC3 ] 11
HOFFMANN & 6ELFCKE,
BANKERS, Chicago.
Deposits received and interest m;
allowed oc Special Devotdta. liberal aceoaaods I
bjc< granted to detrailtora Independent of the atato of I
the taoaey market. {
EXOIIAN6E and Letter* "f Credit. In rema to suit, on 1
Um principal eitfea of the United Slates and Europe. (
JCXOHANOC ON XOSOPI. to Xnportert. at New York
aaotatlona • 1
TIMK LOANB on private boodj acd oort«a2M coro- |
UaXed. Western Btaia, Ooontj, Oty or SaUroad Loans {
negotiated abroad. jau I
rautcaa. goyyiqjta. ALzr.gqma. owoamcu.
TTUUOB3 4b GEUDTNEB
gj GIkABX STBSUBT-OUJ TRIBUNB OiTICB.
Specie, Bank Note, Exchange
"" AND COLLEOTtNQ OTITCZ. ]
BayeonjtanUy>orel«n and Doueatle QfildandEßrer
olna Eastern Baok Notes and Cncnrrent Money. feU
|
Iha United Btatea and Oanadas. jeH'Mlyiia | r
OOOK A, SABOSSTT :
DATKNFO&T. IOWA*
oook sAßocarr a downet
IOWA CITY IOWA
OOOK BABGEKT A OOOK-i
70STDX3 MOnilS .IOWA.
00 OX SABOEMT & PAR2EER- fix
FLOSSNO& NXBEASSA. &<
T» ANKERS & DEALERS IN EXCHANGE, u
JD Uake eollectlona and remit to any part of the 1°
Ccioo, Land Warrants botuht, sold and located. 2.
r\
Attonteys at Law connected with oar hotuea. rf
Davenport, lews. I g
airui to I 4
ft. W. Clark k 00, Phlladelpliia.
K. W. Clark. Dad*t A Co.. New York. 1
J. J. tMxweil. Prest. Mats. Baak. Bostaa.
ML Holmes A Son. Pittsburgh. ] fa
J. W.Clark A Bosun. |tl
B. W, Clark A Brother. 8L Loola. P
Hatch k La&sdoa. sa Loala f "
Seo. tfmith k Co., Chicago. ai
>hn 0. eanrent. Waahlnaon. D. O. artf-lf j «
THE BA2TK OF AUROBA. a
HALL A BBOTHERS, AURORA, ILLINOIS, «,
ANKERS &, DEALERS IN EXCHANGE. Pj
AH collection* entrusted to then will meet prsopt St. | "
Watlon. Beferto Bank of tbe »ut«. Sew York: T. Q. | 2
' Adaas and tieortce bmlth A Co M Qhlcaxo. I ?
a. r. iull. b. r. Pint. r. a. tut. £
A* C. OEUTEL, I
T?OREIGN DOMESTIC EXCHANGE I h
JL and Collection Offlce. Abo, Notary Public. 1 .
7» Dearborn street. Ohlcaco. 111. na3-ly-389 j 1
OFPIOEB Sl BBOTHEB °
BANKEKS— DEALERS IS tJNCUE- .
rentifoney,S<htandllaeßlll9ofKxehanjre.Oold I
and SUrer Coin, etc. Beeclre deposits, and yajr particn- 1
lar attention to eollectlnx. Office 154 Lake street. Ma- i
Kneßa&kßaUitins,opentroa9A.M.toM*?. M. '
agraagyflpt i
North Bank. Boston. I e
Metropolitan Bank, New York. I ?
Sherman A Collin*, " ** 1
Marine Bank, ChSctco. ,
i. H. Donliam A o<x, Ohleuo. I '
S. W. OVfIOCB and SAiTL P. OT7IGCL General (
Partnera. ay-B-ly . j
ftnrru a. hortoh
i DEALXBS IN EXCHANGE. 1
■ so- f. aonro ctjlek 8t„ chioigo. hl .
TiiinoiH Savings Inatitution,
. IS THX CITT or CHIC Aa 0,
[ [lncorporated February, 1857.] i
This institution receives de- .
poslu of ens dollar, and Bowirds, iron an claeeeo# .
persona bolodlni j ,
MINORS AND MARRIED WOMEN,
ud a&cw Interest at th« rate of six per cent «r aa I 1
nan. ' | 1
DlyUeadi payable on tbe flat Monday of January asJ
) Jtily. I
3 TBOBTUI
' JohnuKeexlA WmßOcden JUDaahaa
Geo W Dote. 6 8 Uabbard, 0 W Rayoond. I
Krastoafl WulUaa Johnll Baed, Henry wbltbeek, J
o£ee Na 7U, Washington street. Portland Bloek, j
Oflee open dally dorina the osaal hoars of bastsen I
tadoa Tuesday and aatgroayereninß. . )
. „ „ , JOUN CaKHX. Presldaßt.
N. B. KIDDEB» Oaahltr. frtfraiaiay
wesm ib BTOME" * j
, HAVZEBS-IftrSOATDrB. lOWA.-PHO3£PT
J# attention siren to Collections, and proofed* retained |
aa day of paynettt, at eagentratee oteiohanae. j
Xsars. OeorteSealXhTooToSckftt I
M«ue Bank, CUcUtw |
L.A.Benolstk Qsu*\,Loik.
'a Mean. Gfiaflre«broweeton, Qbtei&aalL t
0boa! Deal£s Bank, Boston. (
4stsriean Kxcnante Bank. New York. aol4-fr-«?n I
.OEO. S UXTB a 00.
a T> ANKERS AND DEALERS IN FOREIGN
1 X) and Dram eetkt Kxch • -ye. I
r oazaAec. riLmoa.
' OoCeoUeußadeoaenth: priadaaldttai ta the Oali I
ed fltsisa. on the noet aw ole Wnaa eeai j
J. H. OOWKB BHOTHER3 A. 00.
j JjliMBS, DEALERS IN EXCHANGE
it LiVD AOIII
iowa
agl-ly-WI I
a. O. WHTTWET A 00^
) o anking and exchange omcE.-
X> S8 OLAKS rastt Dealers In
SASTBEX AJTD rOHSiau SXCHANSB. I
Held, PUt« aad UaearreaA Moan bowht aad sold. [
PreolammMoa <3U»and raeiti-a Bank Notea Dep^
terenTTed ana lotere* aUowad oa ttpedal Depocta. I
Drafte for aale on fiaclaad, Ireland aad Scotland, and all I
parts of Germaay. I
. Paztteolar attentiaa cfrea to the aeaotLailon of tba* 1
By aotee and BUls of Xxehante. 1
Ooneotr—«aade aadrimtttiJ tenrard aa day of pay* I
nenk (
.» Monies lareetad Hi leal iMitw, aad all other tranito*
»*» Uoai la a Genial Banking aad Ooaalselon b&ilneee.
ft. O. WHITNEY A SON. 28 Clark st.
In ™ X. fl. HARBOR
T3ANKING AND EXCHANGE OfTIOE.—
«m,ng mm.
il .i» ■■iiAMt.ftj.i BQrsr, herqtit
Md eoM. I
JUy***c*.—J. Yaw Icaaryiß. Preddsct Marina
leak: >.B. Ad««M. fslH*
E. PRUSSmO A STEOfHAEUSER
DEALERS IN EXCHANBE, MONEV,
• —ax>-
7 "pTTAT. ESTATE BBOKEBSi
10... Baatfc tip Stairs. —»0.
lam km oa |
7L BritUk GametcM TAf« Insurwu Gmpanfy I
LONDON aad AXRIGA Oamat S6^CO.OOA
& W. PBXLUP3 BASKTB.
Ito. i Cuu &»«■*— Boaa«o.
„ CHICAGO, O.UNO2L
r M.-nrMT! mm.
GHIOAGO lIARIKE AND ÜBS INStJ-
Tsase Ooapaoj.
city CAPITAL, MMBL
0. V. Cashier tad Secretary.
■J* J. YOTJN9 BOAIOIOB, Prsddd.
wade aad drafts tarjtadtaan parteeftte
law nf\»n
g. A, TOOXEH A 00.
BANK —BANKERS AND
.Kli Dealer* In Ecchanee. oomer of Clark aad Lak«-tU
made lathe dllereat ettlcs in thi
uAe i?spff,
•L MOBFORD BROTHERS
ng" T) AHKKBS AND EXCHANGE BROKERS,
' i> L> d Warrmata, coruer of Clark and lake
CCkarir A. *nrtbrd.*sij. NawYork,
BdSfCMee.f Mesars. A _
(8.J.0* lay*la^.CaaJUar*srdta*teSxßt
riISTSRKS, WELLS AND POMP -
\j Tbe anders'ened la prepared to sunofaetare
>T3 Cisterns for Rainwater, Tanks for Gas, Xetraa
An a DistO'ers' Tabe and Rectifier*.
Atao. dU Walla, aad farn'sh Chain aad other Psznpe at
9 *brt»otie*athla old sund Mo. *1 Weet Lake street.
HP tatfivfliw i. fIMALUY.
OBIOiOO '
MILL-FI KSISHI N « DEPOT. I C
■ ■ - - I sale
T. W. Baxter & Co., jon
Hiso/ACrrua or j leaa
M 3
OP ALL QU.VEr.IES,
-us- I t
C, W« Brown 9 * Patent Pstfßblt I
Flouriny and 1 11
ifld Dealers Is I gj
DUTCH ANXEB BOLTISO CLOTHS, I
Smut Mills and Separators, I
Separators IbtWarehotues, I
BeltiagaoZ all hinds, lon
HOistiM Screws aad Bail*, I the'
Bran Busters, Peeks, Prow Staffs, fcc,
FAIRBANKS' SCALES, E£S
|
Mill Furnishing Generally. jp
£tdiw, Specification* and EiiimaUi fnmuhed I
desire and th* construction of XUarn aj (
| and Wditr SliUt contracted for trdirt, I
STEAM ESGINE3, BOILERS, tfC. 134
I Th* subscribers bavin* obtained th* a*eney for to* nl« I
j of SWam ttuines and boll era. fro® the I
I Banafottoi? at Gaaldlajc, Bagley Stwell, I j
| Of WATSBXOWH. U. T— | gy
would lavitethe atleatioaof porchascrato their superior 1
merits of style. w-Tkmvahip and powers, also their Ten I
lowpriee*. ThefoUowln*l*allstofprieesof Enxtoe and I ca
I Boiler, trrether triii Heats*. Water ud Steam Pipe*. I
Cocks. Valves. Arch Cuttajr and Urate*. complete aad I \
ready for use. delivered ta Chlcaxo: 1 \
S horse power *3OO ao bona power 11.330 I Dei
8 - - »7» Si - ~ LM I frei
10 ** *' TH SO ** M 1.f»73 I Wit
I 13 •* - 800 25 * - IXO I Ini
110 " - 11UU <0 - 44 4JOO | V
andtnUkeoToportUiaforlamriUetasreaulred* I »«
Jfrery Enxtoe U furnished with I Wb
JUOSON'S PATENT GOVERNOR VALVE
Tar Flour MIUs. We confidently recommend them u su« I
parlor to any other style of Kafrtne, aad they will I
Bave from. 85 to 50 per cant, in Foal I A
( Over the anal clan of Boiler* (a om U the West. W « I
| tfsall keep an assortment of different at oar estab» I
I fc*hmentw>>erevbeymavb#examlaed»Tltheneeeasary I |r,
I Informttloo obtaurd recanliax mem. Competent men 1 52.
) wJI. \t desired, be furnished to set up and start Knxines I —_
I In aey p*rt of the country. We will also supply I H
WATEfI WHEELS, SSATTCTG, CEASING kC., I
I At wry Imo Jlffvre*. I
[ T. W. BAXTER & CO.* I_i
I iCD lVoot. Wert Water street, between Sao* I ■*■
I d<Mj>h and Midlsoo. Chtcaxo. I I
tw P. O. Addtesa. Uox No. T,\. faHm-bMP I JJ
MILL WORKS.
! IChlcaxo Branch of the «lfl BuffWo MID Purnhhlox |SC
I Übtlahmeol.l I i r
JOHN T. NOYI k CO. I
Ifiic B.Tltm**. KftliJen* Partner and 1
Blarket street. Chlcun. liitso's. I
FRENCH BURR MILLSTONES, j j
I * SlJllrtflafs, raviofactoreJ at this establUhtaeoU are I f
Cntahed oa new ao<t InDrovrd prindple* and ar* as I X
near perfect as obtain*) by the beat naaufaatortc* tn I m
I the wurlil. The ereilit of thfs e»Ubllj»rn«ot for the I n ,
I oast tweoty-fltre years In fUraithlnjr Mill ftfidists I v '
fornearlyeTeryStateaadTerrttorylnthe Co!oo u «ni 1 _
kaown and ib-iU be malnt-aSied, Kilra »e>eted Sua I Y
Conti*ctJrosa Choice New <yOl>l I (
I Qoanr Blrtck. Noye's Cockbe*«l aod Hollrr I
I ftjndie*. fitted la stoaes with Iron eyes, wamafed best I
I louse for Urge and small sicaes. Also* Importers and I
dealers in I
Extra Umf Batch Anker Boltisg Gtths. |
HlLLK3fllnwantof ROMt.KU <:LOTMMfrrman» I 11
I factoring V.xm of Vlrmr. can depend apoa neV I M
| ttn* the n«oine OLD DDTGQ ANKKIL SnaJe aovl I
( Doable Bolting Cloths made op tn a superior I
| style, by itiYlnx J of K«el hi reel I "1
I and inches. JehaT. Oentrifu*a) Feerf 1 I
| la* #irid y.onr and Gnn MU'.s. PlanUtii.a Corn MUI I 4
{ MiilCaitfa«3 aod SFtihlnerr of ttrrj <fMrrlpKon (hr I
I olahed to order op i'mrt qdU e. from oew paHertia. I
I Noye's ImproTed Pr»*nj"e Ml'l. A«o»« 'or the Buffalo I r]
( iMuole Kx.raC*it steel mill pKk» Itrv I «
I proved Turbine. Ptfrruisloa Re-action aod Oatral Ul» I J.
I ehant? >Vater Wheels warranted -qnal to U« best. Bn6l I "
I wlth^Cast 8te«l nr U »!ler Irot* Hueiet<. warranted »o pro- I
I dureahlah oerc-r.t.Ke of c«w«r. ?not llaehine and I
I Mnarstur. for mlliK a~d wtr- Chne-etfo*xCaae I i
I MiJli. Bo*v Mlil liaise Power, Hera* Mi'ls for Qrocer |
< I les. Soye's Imprnvfrl iroa Uo>tlo* Reel. John T. Noye'l I
j Floor Pa-rter. Stationery and Pcrtihle Knglnes Belv I
I Inc. Hoseaart Rteam pAckta*. Laodph«reUpolae Kaoin* I
I Machines aid M:li Furniixjin< iteaeially. I .
I M*Tinjr the iar<wt M n furauiiia* » ock la the WesL I
I we can tell *1 a liwer rate than an? otner I I
, N B-—We w.llcoatract to fum'tti and bull 'MitU eo-a- I"*
I orfuralah plan* and sp<«*iili'atJoru for MiliwrUhU, I
f*T Address JOli.V T. NoYK Jt CO.. Chicago. UU 0
I de3> bTTUIr I
i —-■ ... -—— I h
JJ. T. Crwue <V; Hio., I ,
103 Lake Streti 102 I -
[ lUMCTicroasia axo DKILSW a I
STEAM, GAS AXD WATER PIPE, :
1 *
BOILE3 WLUIS, VALVES. COCK 3, STEAM WHISTLE. I a
1 0U Caps, Gnagfl Cocks, Steam X Water Goago, I \
STEAM APPARATUS |"
, For Warming Hotels, Chnrebes* Fae« I 1
1 torle*. &(« |
de3Q I I
, P. W. Gales, Warner, UmlraeM 4 Eraser. :
"\TANUFACTUREUS OK RAILROAD I •
I 171 CAttS Portable aad I
Steuui £ns"iaes ami Boilers, I
I Portable tVeular Raw JCills.OaiM'Patent ser«w Cottar, I '
' I aad the s»Je of Poruble Flaur aad Cora JtllJ* I
I aadil»la: I ,
and ll«n<t Lathes, I I
! UprtJfV I
1 Bliderests,Kuram *nawaieriJaug«<,tiuUlie.l BraasWark I
1 rOW£R AMD U.VND PLAX2SS, ETC. | I
I KF»C**Ua£sandMmGtarte£BiadeUorder. I
SAGLS WORKS, CHICAGO, ILL* I
I Mark Good#—"OATSS A CO." I
I y. w. bat*s *. *. wi*st* t.ciuiiu. I
■ I x. a. VAitsaa o. a. raasa*. I
Apr On. I«i6. I
HIKDWIBR FOB SPSISG TRADE. 1859. I
r JEVEr* * BCTLKB, I
' I IS Lak. HUM. 18. I
TNVTTE THE COtTNTKT TRADE TO THE I
( JL following: I
j 'to Tou Annealed Fence Wire—enorted soabin I
1 1,000 Kea ilui and braada. 1
I LSOO BdQi2heet Iron—assorted. . I
SQQ ** " " Juuietu-aorUd |
I 900 " ** "18. " I
q I 15 Oaaka Sheet Zinc. I
N PLATK. PIG TIN, I
| OPPia BOTTOMS. BaXASTBaadOOVm. I
j. limS mad KAB& TINNKTS TOOLS. AO. I
__ A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT. I
[ag<-aS*i-ly] |
B jptJRK AIR PERFECT VENTILATION. J
j Tha «b«lherttakesihis&atiuri aotiato«lh«Brt» |
[ Ho that they haxe secoxtd I
Stwytr's PitntHutlig fcTeat&atUg TuuMj 1
I Awd are now prepared to farnlsb Utera to ordtr tor I
j Dwedoo. Churches, Schools, Ae. Also, their Btovet I
I -oastructed on the sase prlndpla, for parlors. I
I ro -ras sad halla, aad. e»p*daD» I
patt.BOAP OAAS. I
I Ventflatla* nerftoeilj all rooasla whJchttsy art a»*d I
i j I and warmlntf to any required teoperaiore, I
Is W« rtftr to Mem. W. W. Boitonoo. 0. U Wlm.look I
ta. I end Carter 4 Baurr, Architect* of this city. I
all I particulars Inqoir® ofthesubsalbersal thek |
M j <£U .NO. Si m M lesnß k ()0
CUcmo. Oct. Oh. IW. ecttft ij I
to- -jr £ A & PEEKIN3,|
l OELZBSATXD 1
~ Worcestershire Sauce,
j P oaotaaed Ixtrsc* I
j —«t— w of a LeUer fMa a I
I |i Qentieoaa I
oovsoisstiass ff ■»«» OT |
ft at Madras I
to be the I
I A foHlaßnthar |
y J dalj Gwd Salt®, at I
1 tad Mat. ÜBL I
I % l "TeULeaA Penfas I
AppQeableto their Saoae ll I
la 1 | h'.ahly enteeaed fc In- t
17**T 7ABIm
I - -- -SB ble aa well aa the most 1
.. I tie*thai 1
, 1 DISH. linad^"
EXTBW3IVB TBAODS.
The only M*l»l
txMOlUon!»r ypreUn.BMc« ni oKUbe-1
I PEBRIN3 for their Worcestenrlr* oaaett. fcewond
wfdeto« efwhich ha*ta* led to uusaerou* fetetto*.
I p*rcha*ersare reouested to a«ethai th* name* o/ tea A
w I Krto*areupoatai Wrapp'r,Label.
)N Lea A Perrms wilt »>roeeed aralast aay one tofnc*et
ill j m manuJSeiarin* or tendla* Sssnoua B*w*. *pg
'ar- I hate lnstmctct their correspoadeat* la Tario»psrts»f
•a I the world to adflse thea of any «eh InManaenU.
i£A Broadway. New Tort.
a stock always ta store. Also, orders resdjedtordi
1U- I rsct shipments froa faglaad. cgffl bin ly
. j PSATT
3S, j dfflMm bflaa
* u \ LULLIS'S TrrT' J '
Ck. ISPIOTED
lZ I ,
Sold by WOOLKT.,
1 ilf*lrtuikV3<al« Deoot
»a I No. » Ltit dnO. Chi-
ST" 1 «n. WM*i»
flommiggion .ffltrtbantg.
SSWABO 3AOXET
COMMISSION MERCHANT, 232 LAKK
•od M Soctb Tfat*r Street Advaaee* made oa
Uo<nlß9«cotß. WIU tire niaeiehutTeatteadoa t» th*
iale aadvurena**of all kinds of Produce. Aloe*. Ac.
Refer to Parker Handy. Ca»hi«r ocean Uank. New
York: E.F. Carver Catluer »vise Bank, chjeairo;
Q. 8> HaMtrd, ButfUo; F. F. Tolxer A Co.. N'« Or.
leans. tea cia> ly_
MUEAT VSZ.SOS
PRODUCE, COMMISSION i. SHTPPLVQ
MERCHANT.
No. 5 mniard's Block, corner C!ark and Sooth Water tU.
imti for the TUVSOtt 37A80H WORKS. Poltnn.
M.Y. (Laie Osweao River ttarch Company.) They
manofactare all klnda of pare Corn 81irch of * re prrlur
«a*Uty. Order* addrtflMd to M. MJU£ON. P. a MUC,
wUlreeelv* prompt attenUoo. ocgbiaiv
-OEOHOE a. SOTTT.KY
(rokMmr rcturr, noma A co.J
Produce Commission Merchanta.
TIAVIMttPCRCUAaKD THK IN CB REST
O of my partners in tn* drm of tSekley, Motad A
Co, I vdt continue the PrMuca Oommi»*ioo buslne* on
th* above atvl*. Office No. 7 Pooetyn U-HMtn*. oeruer
of Clara and Water streets. U£o. it. KCKLKV.
Chicago. January». tiMS. _
CULVER & CO M
Commis*ion -llrrrfumls,
216 Soutb Water Street.
B. F. CciTxa. C.K. Crtvu.
2au>a.WtuaM» W. D. Hocgbiiu»q
WXZ»ZJLSBKS *. HOUGHTELIWO
CtOM.MliiajON MERCHANTS,
/ No. 11UK Water street, second doer W
of Wells stiUftlßnk *tre their «xel*«We attention to
thesaleasdDUicnaseofaUklodjof Produce,Stoefc. Ac.,
on Commission, flash advances madson mils o'L*dtn<
aad property in itor*. ite.'er to lieo. BoUlhAOo.. .Vi»-
nneßank. aad Geo, gteet* A 00, jalObvoili
HTBAM WBEJEJ^a
PRODtJCK CUMMIS>IO\ i!RRCHAXT.
Comer of Clark aad South Water street.
• UIKLKR'S BCILDISQ—CP BTAIB3.
Chlearo. pagbatotol mtools
1358 - • Wiatar Arrangsment. • - 1859.
N. W. GRAHAM A CO,
Tortcarding •' «rc itintx,
SUpplscAgeats UUaoU (atn luUrud, ud
Wliarf But Pitp.-ieton,
CAI2O HUSO!?.
WE HAVE JUST PUT DOWN IHO.V
Tracks aad SQdea leading directly from the old
Depot to our »harf Boat, w&leh enable us to forward
frelirhtto and from th* Jialtroad with great despatch aod
without the exposure or liability to damajce, unavoidable
In any other metood cf handUcx
We also fiv* prompt and carefoi aUentloa to re>>hip'
menu by river to .Bashvllkv Kvaoavllle. ClacloaaU.
Wheeling Plttabureh, New uneans and Jieophlfc
Cairo. Illinois. December IMh. laow. bttStn
JOSKS ± GO,,
FftODCCS COMMISSION MSXCHATTS.
ADVANCES MADE 0* PRODUCE IN
is. Store or fDr Shipment. Sterllox Exchaug* on
London for sal*. Kxcuanae au New York booth l and
sold. OOce In Sleoi's IMisck. oorner of La sail* aod
Booth Water street. dcdtwwiSm
R. 1 s i ji a
COKXKSIOS IZSCSiII,
.. ICC<T!UL WHAJUP. BDTIALO. N. T.
*p»4&6&dy
T EES * WAIJJU2. OOIUUSUOX MMB.
JUoaum
xo.7> siatis btjut. siw tou.
WALLEH A GO.,
80. M STAT* SIKMT CHICAGO. ILL.
Cash Advance* made on Prodao* ta Store, or shipped
to our Hous* la Sew York. aplAly-l&tf
aawaao wiixa».( nflW IQt ** Qhieano.
FISH * LJmSB,
3BODUCE & COMMISSION MERCHANTS
14 Dearborn street. Chlca«e»nUnola,
Cash advanoes oa Shipments to ftia* iL Fish. Buffalo.
. VSeferto J. U. Dunham, Prealdent, aeyaolds. By
* Co.. Chlcaao. and A. A. ICasUohleve. BuJala. itJtt
». a. ULToamu. a u mn&xa joss a axsut^
F. G, SALTOFTSTALL A CO.*
/COMMISSION STOCK BROKERS, COR
\J NKR Clark aod Lake streets Will attend to tbo
purdiase aud sale of Stock* asd uoada of every descrip
tion. either in ihiaortn the Mew York Market. Vioota-
Qoas of the New York Stock Market received daily py
telegraph. Bales and purchases made at the .-tocx Kr.
ehaaxo at lowest rat*a of oomatlarion. auJlrtjfHJka
UNDERWOOD A CO.
Cojhmi ißit ion *tferr/tan?<t,
153 8. Water Street,
CiilCAiiO.
WE ARE I'REPAUED TO MAKE CASH
APVANCKSoo«lraio.'orslilpojru: K'a,*:. tinatf
beowsfrDriviletfo ofaelliLf lo or.N<-wYi>rk lor
be MOiuuuiuujiMiua. DJ(UKHVVO(JI» a CO.,
DKJU532 ft
• ofaant*. ooraer of South Water aad Fraasiip>
streets.
cmo *nn ...iLMtfout,
P.SRIUfIH. mrio-utv.y 1. P. TAYLOR.
Rcmsbx bho. at oa, oojuussio* jabb*
08AJTTS.
«TV their szelualTe aU*&Uontolb*
rUBOHASB AMD SALS
Ot Floor, Graia, aod other Prodaea.
oa ooiraiaaioa.
14k... South Water oor. Clark street.. ..^..^.,119
aottsanaiy caiCAOQ.
J. J. RICHARDS,
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANT*
Ho. li»i Sou Water «tr«*e:. Cliirn^u.
L licril»<{rancr« idhUi- h:i oinHUcuuii'nt*.
.1. 15. -IniiftAm,,l Voting
tuou.lTitrnjfj; Ueo W )otf. ; Kui««#t, Itro
rii.cico: Koy*l Wixxr*, .Naplea, 111; Woo.tri>i> V l.'n.
Nrvr Yort; H'olnf 4 WixulriiJ, )<i Ixjui* , J Itnmi.
BAWYKR, WILLA(K <fc CO^
: Com mis si on Jlerctum /*,
, KVV YORK.
Va4«n*oo4 A Co., Ctaleajo,
{ ly Agenta furthw ,V<Hlh «fit.
HOBEBT, FEODOOB AJtD
COMXISaiOJt MSHCHASTT,
Dealer la all kind* of Flour aod Feed, and Country Pro
dace. Wholesale aad Retail.
Ml and 341 Sinaie. ooraer of Woleott street, Chleaao, lIL
Flour and Feed delivered to any part of the city free of
"HAWisS' DIRECI OR y. '
I following llit of Buln ess Hoasea and
turtn* EstabUahmentsareamonx the best aod motit prom*
neat to their respective llaes of business.
» Wlaes aid Whataale*
w. e. wzho
Wholesale Asent for Wines, Uqoors and Be«an» 17 La*
■ salle street, between Lake and Water, (one door from
the Merchant** Hotel). Chicago, 111. Au kinds nf »rot>-
erty taken In exehanxe for Aaeut for Aies and
Porters. apl»ly
White Lead Work3>
J Zm L7OOT Ja 00. ""
MAXOFAoraaaas o»
i WiUTB LSAD AITS ZDfO PAINT,
r Offlc* and Factory ooraer of Halsted and Ftilton streets,
j Wet aide. mhJtf»ly
Stepla aad Faacy Pry fioods Wholesala.
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ITA?LX AID FASCY DRY GOODS
AT LOW JttUOEfcJ.
ahlMr No. 30 Lake street.
m»hia g .♦ Wbelasale»
HUKTINQTOH, WADSWORTH h PAHXS,
Manufacturers and Dealers la
mOf AND BOYSP CL6TUI^0 9
u and SO Lake street. Chlcaxo.
• HI Haaover street. BostomMass.
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Agrionltaral "Warelioriae.
® So, 19 Sinai* street.
Wholesale Dealers in
ASKICTTLTUBAL AND HORTICULTURAL BtPLB.
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Manufactortrs and Wholesale
PAPER DE A I* B RB3
All iUm of print aod book eonstaallron hand. Cash
Eilrt for all cuds of Paper Stock, warehouse No. 1J
fbetween and A Water-its, mhd*ly
!f. B—ttaad Sliaaa Wholesale
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Manaflwlurers and Wholesale Dealers la
BOOTS, SHOBS AMD RUB BBSS ,
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fox 1
ea WAD3WOBTB h. WEILJ
Wholes'- Dealers la
boots AITO SHOES,
m* 60 lakb-st. chjoacm, xiAnyoia.
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± RAwaoir bartzjbtt a. oo.<
and Jobbers tn
■* boots and shoes,
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lapurtaisandDeaiTita
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FIELD, BEHEDXCT 4 CO.,
L 81 4c S3 Somta WftUi StrMC,
fas Are now reeetvtns their usual lart* stock of
Broadcloth®. Ca««lmeysi
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11 CaaHsgs, Ua«M aod Umb Drills,
TAIIiOB'3 TfiIMMXIfSS, ETC* BTtL
thev lavtto the atttentloa of the Trade.
f*i »..., t»w M« Straw 6w4a Wtmeaifc
BEVEDZOT MALLOST fc PABNAM
WHOLESALE JOBBERS
k . Hats, Caps and Straw Goods,
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