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Spcctal notices.
If yon are »ick, tbe probability Is that
the root of yoar mffering Is In the stomach. From a
weak stomach proceeds Dyspepsia, Ague, Lanxour, Nau
sea. and a le*son of other tormenlln* diseasrs. Indlces
tlon produces thin blood, and therefore destrcys the
strength and viccr of tbe entire system. To restore the
tone of the stomach, and enable It to throw off and dis
miss forever all these troublesome and dangerous com
plaint*, r.oth'n* is neces-tary bat a persevering tue of Dr.
J. ttOBTETTER'a CELEBRATED STOMACH BITTEBfI.
A trial of their rower cannot fall to prove that there 1s
no fai'ore In their sedative effects. We cheerfully re
commend then to the public, knowlnc, aa we do, their
many excellent qualities.
For eile by DnugiaLs and dealest generally, every
where. felMwdAw
Those who are cur lons to witness the :
Wonderful perfection to whloh A. Ohewaldt date
csr at ttctehelot's N. Y.) haa brought the manufacture
of tVlgs and Toupees, are invited to visit bis Wlc and
their Dying Rooms, at No. 6 Trtr.cnt Block, and examme
Heee curious production! ox art. No toratlny oaa detect
the artificial fr»m the nataral when to the
hwL deßly
Bawrer>* Fluid Extract of Bark, aa
BfaJleble remedy lor the f evc* nd Axne. a&d the veri
eos forosof iiilllous *ntenatttent, Remittent, I
flhlll Fere aad Dumb Awe- hava» their orlrin lnma*a
fla of very fertile and manhy dlMota, crepared by Dr. I
B. S. Sawyer. Dnurrit and Chemist, and sold by fiawycr, I
Pake A Co., No. 16 Lake street, Chicago.
This remedy is prepared eaUn* rom vecetable scb.
flan oea. aad eoLtains no mercury, vtenle. or anything J
hat can prove Injurious to the syaiem. Its eflectz are I
thos« of a ueobitreent aad tonic, well adapted to restore
the healthy action cf the Liver and Stomach, whose
functions are so generally Impared in this "'«rr ot dis
eases.
Uuinlsc tad other to nice serve only la cases to I
ereak the chilli, feci do cot remove tho of the I
Uver and other organs limpllcated. on which the chill
and Fever depend; hence the osefolnea of the "Fluid J
Extract of Bark.* 1 (particularly In regions where Physl
aiaas cannot be readily ooasulted). which contains all I
(he Qualities suited to the indications of these maladlea.
Hundreds of testimonials in regard to the eScacy of I
the medicine from persons of respectability, have been 1
pitrea to the proprietor—bat be does not make tue of I
t hem as he prefers to have tbe medicine introduce itself
securely by Its merits I
Notice.—The undersigned, Stockhol
ien In the MercktnVs Sank of Macon Georgia, are by
the provisions of Its Charter, made persanably liable for
tslssuec ThecoUecfthisßankwllibetakenbyasonde. (
poeit on the same terms as Kentucky, Indiana a&d j ,
Ohio. H. A TDOttER 4 00. I
(Eopartiicrsl}tp5 t &t. '
TW" 0 TIC E. THE CO PARTNERSHIP J
11 heretofore existing br and between tbe urder- (
under tbe name style and Arm o> uobb, Tucger A I <
Htewut, tn t e city of Chicago. lIL and la Porter county, t
Indiana, li this nay cissMved by mutual consent. Toe I J
affairs of the late rnn »id be settled by tbe success jrs I
of t&esJdnrmuappearsiaa copartnership unilce of
NATHAN tOQB, c
8. <. t
WH. W. BTKWART,
Febrtxaryl.th 1659. JOiiN B. BTEWaUT.
The subscribers, suc«»»ojs to Cobb. Tucker 4 Btewart. t
, have this dajr formed aco p*rtcer«hlo onder the name I ■
anl st-.leo' titewart, Bros. A Co.. for the purpose of man
uiacturiccßuh.DuT-.B3xe*. Ac, and Planibg. Hiiwing I
Ke-hawlng I«umt>*r CLlctgo. TIL. and forthemacufftclur; I
cf Wood Ties, llud Wood Lcmber. Ac. at Calumet. I
Porter canity. Icdinsa. I
AU »Le afiairs o; tht lute firm of Cobb. Tucker A Blew- I f
art will be settleu by - I
thorlaed lo aeitle the aame. and to use the firm n»me I *
tberv.or WSJ. \Y. STiCWART.
1e21(5«3 3t • J. f. STEWAKT.
Notice. —the co-partnership o
he'etMoreexlsJni: onder the name of Williams A P 1
Thomnson is talj daf dissolvcil by mutual oonfert. All I ot
llif ha»luessof latefirm settled br J. 0. Wllllami t<
wliolsaloceautiiotixedtos'sninrquldatlon. it
JOHN C WILUAMi It
Fejruary.L 1559. HA&VEY M. THOMPSON. I
Grocery busiDesa will be continued by I
t-I-su -flulbt-r at tbe old stand. 45 Souui Water street, I
w.it*' iteui the old and new friesdi of the firm will pletse I
m JOHN U. WXLUAMS.
101 l C.lO lot I p]
DISSOLCTION IIF CO PARTNERSHIP. 1*
Theflrmherctoforeexlitlngnnder the came and ~
style of Baw>er. MellenA 00. is tbu day dissolved by I K
lautoal cooieit. Theodore Betta, John D. Uell-n and
Jo-,nO. Me'len retirln*. Mr A. A. K. Sawyer is fully I
autoor.xed to sctile all business of said firm ]
A. A. K. SAWYER,
JOUNO. M«CLLtN.
THKO. BETTfi. £
felS 2a JOHN D. MELLON. gj
CIO-PARTKERSHIP NOTICE.—THE DN- o<
J derslsnej have this dav formed a co-partnerihip i
under the name act slyje of Bswyer. Parser A Co. lor I "~
pu-pojeoftransacilncadeneralOommisiionbuticess at f
the old s*and of sawyer. Mcllen A Co. I V
. , * A A. K. SAWYER.
Late of the firm of fUwyer. MelUn A Co. I
B.B.I'*BK>R. 8
. U C. BOYINUTON.
Tel&3tn late Parker a Bonngton.
NOTICE—WE TAKE PLEASURE IN ei
rec-romendinr the new firm of Bawyer. Parker A
00. si gentlemen fully ct-LiUed to the respect aud coa. I
lidence of the bu«nes< and we trust the &U
ua->y (riend* of the laie Bra of tiawyer MellenA Co, I Kt
anu others wißhia* their budneas transicUd in a prompt „
«uid emd-n. minner w.ll bestow their patronage udou I Th
thenewhouse. TIIOS UETTS. Jtel
, lon _ JOUM D. MELLTN, hai
fe!B2m JOHN O. M<LLEN, J
Dissolution. —the co-pakta'eb
shl* heretofore eals'Jne between Q. G. f ulherland
sail ilepry Goul l u dcr the firm of Su herland A Gould U"
iothe .sale Stable end Uldluz Gallery baldness, was I
tilsaav oia<tolved by mutual consent. A I peraons in- or,
detotedtnuil fir-n ofSi'h-rlacd k liould are requested I
to settle the same with William Neinon, wtio l»»loue aa- I
ujorlced tsmakesuchsittiement. I m
w. G.BT7THERLAND, S* l
H. GOULD. Bet
Chicago, PebruarylCih.lßs9. (
, tyihe Ll?eryand Silcliable an<l EliUng Gallery bu*-
lntai will be cootlnued as heretofore at tae old staad fu
corner of State and Adanu street by the puba-riber.
fet7 cbllw tj, <j. aUTIitRLAND. j*
CO PARTXEIt-lIIP THE UNDERSIGN
ed have tbls day fate-ed Into partnership under I prii
l lit Arm uam! of Hugh flitciile A Oj. aa manufacturers
1,0 5V and Candles, with t*ie view o f carrying on and I bet l
<?xtenfllas the buibeia hitherto condujtM br t»-e said ai>c
liujthUitchle. HUrli RITCHtr. 7,
jWeyi. Feb. S. 1559. Ch
K*tchie brgs to return tnanKstj hit irieuds ...
antfsepobllciorthesuot/orauehttsreoeiveddunngUie H
last nine jears. and re«ec;foH? sollcti on behalf of the
new arm s continuance of that patronage so liberally
extendedtahiauelf Heretofore. feIUcKUSw I
mpo& €oal. • =
Cheap Coal! Cheap Coal!!
FOB S .A. L£: Mg
TUB WELL KNOWN m
LA SiLLE COIL, €
MINED BT— O
Messrs. Law & StroLher, of tHm City,
At $3.00 Per Ton.
—ALSO— ptf
200 COEDS SOFT WOOD, £
At $2.00 Per Cord. 5
By K. DICKINSON, ft
felMm-c33? East Rad Madison Street Bridge. I
SHEFFIELD GOAL,- Q
0 THE CHEAPEST AND BEST Q
UITIJIINOIS COAL IX TfiE Ml BRET,
Free from Bulpher and Slate, carefully screened berore M
delivery. Onryard bel ig covered, our ikial is protected
fi-otn me effects of Inclement weather, and Is always dc»
llrered dry and in good conditional I
$4.00 IN YARD 5 $4.50 DELIVERED,
To *ny j»*rt of the city. Anahsl* proves tbe {Sheffield I
Cjatauyerlor to all other Illinois Coal. For «ale iu small
orlarge quantities attlie Ooal Yard of the Sheffiel 1 Min» I «
air and itaosp&rution 00. H. V. 8. BBOORti. Ag*!, L
fe9 cW 2tn Clark-st., near Taylor.
(IHEAP COAL,—WE ARE SELLING AT L
J cur Yard. «
OOHNEH OF TAYLOR AXfD OLA.EK-STS, -
Ooal weU screened, and every way equtl to Erie or Briar
HI I. for £
$1 00 Per Too, or $1 SO Dellrered, .
Uote.-keepeia Machtnests and others can contract f>-r
Quaauites even on better terms than above. Our 1
object is to put Uln tte reaoh of every consumer to try I a
our a.ialmvaid sett season we propose to supply the "
«t e3.40 oer ton. n
tW »UideUverpy tho ton orhalf ton. I
as we mine the Ooal ourseiret, we expect only one L
prou*. We can there:ore expect to sell cheaper _
others. g]
Orleri maybe leftat the yard, or No. 13 Lualie street, «
at tne Ouatom House. I *
M LAW A STROTHER. g.
Coal! Coal!! t
1 nfkfl TOSS °RS£SBY COAL.—'THIS *
JL\Jvj\J Coal a the bast .la the market for either .
family uses or steam. Also— lz
300 tons Prepared Anthracite Top.) V
300 tone Lump ShamoVin. L
„ ALFRED SMITH A CO. T.
. _ . North Pier, ill. Oentral R. B. 11
Xm Orders may be left at I «■
S. C. comer Clark A Randolph sta. w
MOHfdttD aaoa..
|3lumumg! | c
riPifi AND i'IXTUKES.
BKOW* t~"wtrJDEB« no!
State itrMt.
0< cr their entire stoek as laUovs 1
o R o J*. m XK.
Pipe 4-j cent dlsconnt from List Prioe. 110
MalaWe Iron Fittings *J cents per pound. I
Brass FitUaxs. Bends, tiwing Jotate and Baa Fixtom I
Cost. I
Our stock Is the largest in the dtr. aad In cloAx om Si
sre offer Indusements not eiatiledln the West.
seU-ly*S<7
1U 11. McFAfiLUVE,
H.I
GAS, STEAM FITTIIVB,
IXO
PLUMBING ESTABLISHMENT,
54...-L,A SALLB STREET..46
CBICAQO. j =
An sxtensivk" assortmeni
Gas Fixtures.
w Th
from the Ctltbraled Xainiutorf of I
1 oel
Cornelias 4* Baker, JL
Always ea hand, the Plainest and I
Daslgas. I
TRACXICAL PL, UMBER
And Ms&Bfeenirtr of pare'
b&lld
ALL KINDS OF STEAM WOIIK. E
nrtlcolir lUCTUon dm u lltlw op
HOTELS, 4
WITS STEAM, WATiS £JfD OAJS
HO* BXTTKEB, CUIM AFD TUU
rOS OASDKX UWKS A.KD TUUDIB J
COUNTRY" ORDERS, "
FUIPILI IKB FUTIFDLLT ATTKIDEB ft
TO n
xae TRADE BUPPLIKD WITH TOOCB A
I*o* rirK riTriKoa. oas fixtdkes, rLUMS-
I*o KA.TKEUI.3. AKD E7KRF AKTfOUC I» A
LA SALLE STREET, CHICAGO. CT
L a sS ,pUo *"
tfassfactory, ZU Koaroe itneL sN M
sctumg itlftcljmcg.
hat S I KT O S 3R ' S
a I
™ Family Sewing Machines,
the I Combining the
LATEST IMPROVEMENTS
UI
EEDtJCBE PRICES.
!£" BOOTS AND
runufoobini "err daSpUon. con-
IVMU-rn Office 140 take street,
cb. a»c<3Sm A. W. HARRIS. Arfnt.
1M 13 ~ "
I
1,1 fpHB SUBSCRIBERS HAVING RECENT
_ .vV.vi ,Y 'Si"*??' ,h f c '. l 7. Md the Aiencr of
I Jh e above Mach.ne for the Western stales, are now open-
In* anew the eld office, * cu
I 100 Lake Street, Up Stairs,
t. \
1 EshillS l 4i h " J wbe ««lled W u-e J
,f -/H?' T? u P. rt ,n "'"-'•lt ttmnlnr order inr 1
fiarmond Machines heretofore sold by A. liol-
I brook or D Kelsey If bronght to their office.
I JUTWsnted. Agents for ail the nr. adua> towns la the
ffc ,rv_- rl. _ . WIBWJPLL A HOLRRO"K
Llkc ,treet < Chicago, (op stairs). p/-»tOfflce
I 501 ms - Jtia bWSm
• $30.00
• Premiums and Diplomas.
■ rpHB FIRST PREMIUM AND DIPLOMA
j I -1- was awarded to the
I Boudoir Sewing Maohine,
.... _ , „ (haksjs' piTurr.)
' At UieWlJoonio gut-Fair. Oct. Bth. lSs3:Machlneifroin
I fifu to One Hundred and Fifty Doity? lo com
: I Thus another link has been added to Its chain
! ofPremlom*, The subscriber beta leave to call the at-
L °. r Chicago aad vicinity to the mer
its ofthis beautiful and unrivalled Machine. A few of
Its prominent advantages over all others are as followa:
' I if" A T 1 m two threads and ties each atltch.
I -d. It makes two different stltchea.
i} wIU sew Backward as well as forward.
1 .»« i ™sn®f tw ? thousand gtltches per minute, aad
! sirty-nineitilches to the Inch. *-*****«. uu
of a belt is obviated by the air
pllcationor a Rubber Friction Wheel.
' The nominal price of S3O includes stand and fix
i this Machine wu sold at double the price, it was
! I oordially recommended to the pobllc by
L M. SINGER 4 00.
KLTAB HOW, JJL
WHEfcLER * WILSON.
GROVE* A BAKER,
I best rin*le thread Maehlne In'the n mMkeu* lie
I E.£ h H j?^ Q «dnced one half and ha value enhanced
bv the addition of the Dooble Thread. An examination
I % Machine and ita work Is solicited at H. Dewing A
Oo s Hoot aad Shoe Store, I£l Lake street.
n037 lr.bSM L A. HANQE A 00.. A—nfa.
QUAKBK OITT. DOUBLB LOOK
TIGHT BTETCH,
tflO B2WIKO KAOBIZTI
NEVER BEFORE EXHIBITED IN THE WEHT.
All otherOheap Machines take only the single thread
flfialnnitch. This takes the same ■ auras*
TWO THREAD
Stitch aa the moet expensive cnes in nse. Its werk will
Sot Rip Thon*h every Third Stitch fee Cut.
Machine la simple, easily adjusted and not likely to
set oat of order Works as rapidly, makes as firm and
nandsomeastttchasthemostexpenslveMachlnes. Bewa
*s° conuno i spools, does coarse and fine work
perfectly, by simply changing the needle and thread.
_ THEY WILL BTITOH. HEM AND GATHER.
I nolseand ran more easily than most w «-
* ONU LADY
With a Bewto* Machine is eqsallnendecertt
Eifrht to Twelve
Seyutreeesby hand, tvery family and any one maUß#
Bewiii* abosiness should own one. This Is the
Only Hithlne Sewing with Two Threads.
Except one,jj°ld in thevorld for leas than 1100. Weir
Jl 16 110 irl f h * Machine to do any kind of work done
I by machinery, to examine onrs. fiamplesofworksentby
| malloponreoeiptofa stamp. Machines sent to persons
| who never saw them, and are used snceessfollr after a few
hoiui practice..Full printed Instructions idven. Enter.
I prislnxmen. with a few hundred dollanto purchase stock,
may now secure lucrative ercltalve agencies la anyof the
apply Via Sat eorMlMoorl ' Noceotberi Q eed
ChlE. E. WUwill'i ShM Start, 1U Lite St.,
1 Bo.^'g'k
I Staticiiery, &t.
Awarded iar tlie
ALSO ON" HAUD s
Lie
flfwlinf Wax, the
■and Eoxei, Steel Feu, cry
Letter St&mpe, L«ad Pencil*, fici(
Wafer Copt, Bmnken* Cua«,
Omk KnivM, Letter Bom,
Bnlert, Fui Holdui, ]i ne
Writing Fib, Kostj 80010, •'!«
Pen iXado, T
Paptr Wel2bt>, Tyiiu, like
Oold Fns, Hsill Pegs, k'Q|
Letter CUpa, DatkFcasilj, j""
fceara. Oath Bozet,
Port Folic*, Blotting Paper, troi
Spring Pilea, Irory Tablet!, balr
Isine Bona, Qiilla, at li
Invelope Piper, Zlaitio »««*» K rul
India Rubber, Caleadan,
Walere, Irory Polderi, I"-,
Letter Sealea, Paper Klea, mot
Inrcioe Filea, Book Beela, reac
■aailaga, Sun Tickets, unti
Weataahda'e CteUery. SelMpooDTap*, woe
Commercial Printing, '"a
ooisrsms or hesit
CARDS, BILL HEADS, CIRCrLiIS, ves-
FROMPTLY EXECUTED AT
Stationery Hall, Hf id
_ooS3 bBS gj Lake street tt)C
S TVTIOAERS. "|t
/ONES, PEE DDE fc SMALL,
Wboleaa'e and KeUQ Dealers la inqn
Stationery an| Books
In all its variety. no I
on* rjLCTLiTTEs rot Donro
Ruling, Binding and Printing o nij
cniurpiwrd In the Weet. exte
arciLii 4Ru XUY t«C
JOKX3, FERDpE t SMALL. a f e
de13.1y.b719 Ke. I*3 l4t? street a ,e .
©listers. wdi
■ exec
OYBTERS-OTSTERB— OYSTER& honi
HATOH. ItAHN £ GO'S narivaDod T)rcs
n«n Baltimore Orders wedrii JRC V
bprese only, direct from thetr Loo
bonse.in Baltimore. Md,, and for sale »lv_7 w Rail
Water street, Ohieaao. i
The care aad attention bdnr paid to tbepr*-
partnx of these Oysters, they have attained a repciation aimi
i
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E. BU&z*XHO< nam
ARCHITECT— NO! 44 &40 LASALLE jea
. Street (over Hoffman* Gelpcke'sßanlC is ere- fifte
pareij to famish Plans and Bpedfleations for all kinds of «-ici
b&lldlnxa. lie confidently refers to of the best P ri&<
bsliilnalQ Ohlca«o—both public and privale-as evl- of n
dencesof his aolllty. and that orders lntnuted to hln will
be execnted In the mast satisfactory c»""tr. Willi
O. L. WHEELOCK,
4BCHITECT AND SUPERINTENDENT, com
•ffloe 2i*o. 77 Z3earl>orn. Block,
PVU
Opposite the Poet OSoe. Chicago. noUbCI
w. BOTlKafo*. aero
UCHITECriHD BCPBI9TSSDEBX.
OarsCal asdmlfiste Speoiflcationa. and reac
«UABLI DRAILED VTZMATK Biol
PASTRY FLOUR-SM BBLS OS CO*- Sfe
imnent for sale by J. SHOW, f.:ai
M>. IB Dearborn. « doors from Waiert. tri * l
OAT MEAL. AITOTffRBLOr FROM Unll
Moctrtal, on oemkoaent j gwow. s »_ ,
ga.uao»ih 1
1} UTTER. -3,000 POUNDS ROLL BUT- SS
1* Jgt QConfUkmnrnt. J. BIOW. tiT.
Mo. 10 *+b PeeifcSigh wt
_ PRESS AM TRIBUNE.
s PRESS AND Tiaßl NK.
rUBUSSBD
Dally, Tri-Wttkly and Waakly
Offlca 18 Clark ttraat—Opt Oao. Snlth'a
EDITORS JLITD rUBU£HER*:
JOHN L. SSRIPFS, «. I. BAT,
WIL BB#SS, JOSEPH MAUILL,
AUREJ f QWLH.
Tsrma oftbs frav sad TrlbUM.
Daily, delivered in city by carrier, per weefc. If
Daily, to.Mall Bubsotber* per year 7.00
nvWeekly, per year 4.«j
WartLly.BlnjDesußscribers...... a.uo
" S copies
„ IcojAei 4.CW
Hi copies to one address. lO.ou
. * JWooplesto one address. ao.OD
so inocnetree copy to getter op of cinb of twenty.
soj Mr_ ihcrewiu be nodevlallon from these rates.
Mocej ln registered letters may be sent ui at oa
PRESS AND TRIBUNE.
Chicago, Illinois, j
THE PHESB AND THIBDNB'S
Great Jub Establishment
an« Is the arcest aad llaegt establishment of the kind In the
West. It haa more Bleam Preeses and Machinery; more
Printing Materials and more Skillful Workmen than any I
Other Job Printing House West of New York. I
Tbe proprietors are prepared to execute, on short no* I
ttce. every variety of BOOK JOB LETTEH PRESS |
and FANCY FEINTINQ- In the 8E37 21AUNKR I
at the LOWEST UtVINU- PBIOES.
M Particular attention given to the printing of I
* Buinm Cardy, Fcxteri, I
Tinting Cards, J
. Sail Tickets, Pamphlet!, I
Letter Heads, Circulaxt, I
S Bill Heads, flfrftcVr, I
S By-Lawi, Blank Hotaa,
p Receipts, Labels, I
- PHIKTIHO IS COLORS I
3 la all It« varieties, done in beantlfol style and atzaoder* I
ate rates. I
An examination of SPECIMENS aad PRICia U re
•pectfullylnvlted. I
bV Orders from the Ooantry promptly filled, and seat I
r- home by Express. I
of i I
n- * I
The Prize I'oem on Bnrns* I
u BT 181 COAfQ. I
i 7 The following is the poem which took tbe prize of fifty I
pounds, cffsied In Great Britain for the best poem on I
w Bums, to be read at tae Centennial Celebration of his J
>e Birthday in the Ctyttal Palace, lu Cralf is suppoied to j
i* be an assumed name. I
We hai) this morn |
ie A century's noblest b'rth; I
APoetpeai-nt-boro, I
:e Who mo e ofFamr's immortal dswer I
Unto his country brings. I
- ThaiailherlUngii I '
As lamps h*ghset I '
Up jq home earthly eminence I I
to tbegiter brighter thence I l
. a^ :r c.iigr 4 t t they dout— I
Dwindieindis'aaceanddie out, |l
e While no star waneth yet* I
So through tbe Past's far reathlngnlght. |
Only the star-souls keep ihelr light. I J
Ageitleboy— I <
® "ittimooasorsadßesiacdcfa'rth. I
'* I
. Grew up beside tue peasant s hearth. I *
I 111* father's toll he hares: I t
f But hilf his motaer'a ciret I
t From bis datk searching eyep, I '
• Too swift to sympathise, I 1
llid in her heart ace beara. j
At eariymom I .
1 His father ca is him to the field: I 1
TurcuxbtnesUffsoUtbaiclogsklsfeet. I 1
' Chill rain and hirvcst heat. I i
he plods all cay; returns as eve outworn, I
To the rude fare a peaiant's lot doth yield • I
♦ To what cite was he bora? *"»««. I
The God-made Kins I V
.. Of every living ihiog
(For his area; heart tn love could hold them all •) I *
Ihe dumb eyes meeting bis by hesrth and staii— I I
Gifted to understand ! .A I .
Knewltasdkougtthisband; I 1
i And the most timorous crastureuad not fled. I I
1 w», Cotildsaehli heart have read. I_
i Which fain all feeble things hal tlsss'd and sheltered. I 13
i The Nature's feast- I f
Who knew her noblest guest I i
Andeotertain'dhiobett— I n
Knglyhecams. Herchamber«ofthe eait I
the «rai> d with crimson and with gold. I &
Andp3ur*il her pure joy. winds I m
tor lilm the poet-stul'd. I
Forhimherbntimroird, I V
From the storm-wind among the winter pines. I tl
, Down to the slenderest note I _
Ola Icve-warhlc from toe lionet's threat. I ai
But when begins I
The array for battle, and the trumpet blows, I bi
A king must leave the feast and lead the lheht. I
And with its mortal fues— I
Gr.m gathering hos.B of sorrow and of si as— I
Kacti human soul muit close. I tL
AudFaaehertrumpctblew I ,
Befprehlm: wrapp'd him In >. I
And madehimmaikfo.-allthesjaftsof fatcT I
Tn*t hencefo.th round him Hew. I 1
Though be may yield, I
nard-prcis'u and wound* d tall I ,
Fomkeno'the field; IVf
His regal vestments soil'd; I
c !°" r^.? r h ?'-'Jewela ssoli'd: 80
HelsaKiogforall. I in
Ilaa he but stood aloof! I
it.dhcarrai'.d Ltaseltlo croor nn
Against tempiatijn's darts 1 I
tjj« good; so th se the -orid calls wUe, I do
With vain, presuuiptaouaheatts. I P
Triumphant moralise. I ao
Or martyr woe I en
A sacred shadow oa hlstremory rests: |
'tears have uot c-ased to tluw; I to
stirs ltrp tuous breasts. I
To thlok-aoove tbat noble soul brought low. I tui
That wise and soanng tplrlt foolM. I
Thus, thus he had been saved! j Sh
It might not be! I tui
That heart o. harmony I
Had been too ruddy rent: I Nc
t™
Save by the Ma*er of the Instrument. I
It every »tring who anew, I * efi
And from proiatlng touch his heavenly gift withdrew. I Ijqi
.. Regretful love d ( I
His country fain would prove. I P u
By grateful honors lavbh'd on bis grave: I
I
Thst hedOlittieof herhands can claim IBS gw I
Who unrewarded gave w | ,
To her Us life-bought gift of song and fame. I 3
Tbe land he trod I
Hith now become a piaceofpllirimage: I US(i
IJLere cl-.ro-.reiked.klnortliajod n„
Iflat xuld his song engage. I i,u
Thehjary hawtborr. wreath'd I ofl
AbovethebankonwhichhUlittbsheflnng *t r .
Whlesomes»eetpMnthe breathed: I .
The streams be waode.'d near • I knt
ll,eßOE " he a B
Th ♦arch blue eyes— j I
Arcn but ior love's disguise— I AOl
OftfcoUand'sdaughter's.sorienathitstraln: I by
f{ Jla -, Be[,t forth across tbe main I I :/n
ACJ ' o:,r " up,
Por doth not Song I
To the whole world be'ong ? I Sflo
Is it not given wherever tears caa fall. I „ m
)f lie^. r K er mrlt, or olashea glow. I „
OrmirthandsadoeistnlLgleas they fljw. I Me
Aberitsgetoall? I wa
The United States £xpress Company. I the
(From the et. Louis Republican.] I __t
The express business of the United States, An
furnisbiug, as it docs, facilities of incalcula- by
hie advantage to the people of every State in I eve
the Union, has grown to be so much of an ev- blet
ery day affair, that few pcrsocs give to it sal- her
! Ccieat attention to learn the wirprisiog ex« I obs
; tent to wiiich this mode of transportation id do*
resorted to, and over what a g«Offraphical I to c
range tbe lines or expresses run. Railroad I cro ;
lines are everywhere, but express lines are a I gic
"leetle ahcad. ,, | digi
The early history of the express enterprise, lau;
like that ol many of the successful uutlerta* I ciai
kings of the American people, is to be found I thei
(n uoprelcnt'ons beginjiDgs entered upon by I sals
individuals, without capital combination, afte
each projector.of the business soliciting pa* I rep:
tronage from tut rarely sufficient to I torj
balauce expenses aud irdemnily for occasion- I will
al locses. The business extended eloivly, but I and
gradually indicated for itself the place of a I divi
telt necessity, yet always demanding perse* ed t
yerance, toil by day and by night, as the con- N
dition of iUgroqrth, new miles being added I or ii
monthhy month, ncwvillagesandcitiesbeing I 4, Wi
reached.and reported in each month's return, that
until now express messengers are among tbe I styli
most lauiliar personages on every thoroug J ed v
fare in tbe l&nd. | gui£
As railroads were constructed in the East I
heading toward the Pacific. tb« eyprcw bosi- I
dcs 3 became the attendant of railroad traflic, J
yielding westward, and now claims lor its I
tield the remotest poiut of the territory of I
the United States where civilized Americans I
are found. I
ft wap the rapid extension of express lines I
throughout the West, ana particularly I **'"
throughout Missouri, that lead us into 'some I rwit
inqu : ry iato ihe history of the Unite J States I I (
Express company, which has appropriated our I
own State as exclusively its own, there being 1
no Express lines within the State of Missouri I of w
save those bj- the company £2n
The existence of tuts company dates back* I njenh
only to May, 1851. During that year ita lines I
extended to Chicago ia the anl I tbetn
to Cincinnati on the boiders ot the South,with I
a few short lines as tributaries to tbe main I £*•
routes. But in the second the company «£*<
eomraenced stretching ont its arms, under a I ;
well displaying great | The
ex»eutive efflciency, invitinganj challenging I
honorable competion with older lines, steadily I
pressing onwara to tL? illsilsslppi, until St, j
Loots was reached via Chicago, tuei Iheonly j tarns
Railroad Exoress route from the East to the
far Weet. The lines ot this company, while
aiming at St Louis tbat year, embraced also
Hock Island, aod added to the range of its 1559.
lines a large proportion of the State of Illi
nois accessible either by railroads «r hy na-
Tigable rivers, esLablishingngencies in all the fpsl
principal cities and towns, and becoming one *
of the "InsiitaUons ,r of the West. The
number of miles run by this company in the
year 1854 and 1555 was Bcarcely more than
fifteen hundred. The progrea or the enter
prise was rapid in tbe year 1856, the number _
of miles traversed being over three thr>u<ani,
with a regular Express business established at Bi
every city and town on the line of this 8,000
miles of distance. In the year 1857, this j
company, the pioneer Express of tbe "West, "■
(for such it really ires, as then, no other com- gal?
pany had extended its line a stune's throw to
the west of the Hififihsippi river,) pushed en
across the State of more than three
miles of the distance being in Jjfost*
coaches and in four-hone covered wagons, AF-ff
reaching Des Moines, and thcncc lo Council
Bluffi, where, to make tbe line more perfect, /
they crossed the^Big Muddy "to Omaha Ivjl
City, tbe capital of Nebraska, making a dls
tance in nearly a direct line from the seaboard
ol sixteen hundred miles, a daily lint—no .
trifling feat for one organization.
Hear the close of the same year (1557) the
United States Express Company commenced Soma
its services more .ex'ensively In Missouri.
The gradual extension of our lines of rail* ——
roads, and the rapidly developing business of
tlie State required Express facilities, and the
JI? Company placed tbeir messengers on the
1 Jji Nortli MlfEoori road, then to St. Cbarles onlr.
~ extending tbeir business as Major Walker ex«
<i A tended bis road, until it baa now reached the
Intersection of tbe Hannibal und St. Joseph
road, on which, tbe United Slates Exorees
nie?H*ugers are rendering dally service west
ward frem (he Mississippi, witlt a reasonable
Bank, certainty of rKtcbing St. Joseph during the
approachiog spring—a distance of two hun-
I tired and seven znilca from river to river,
nir.v I September, 1857, the Company sent a
j wcH-organ : zcd force over the Pacific iia.ll-
I road to Jefferson City, tbence by steamers to
I Council BluflV, establl&ltlng agencies at all
I the principal landings on the river in M«s
--* 7.00 I 80 J ir i> Kansas, lowa, and Nebraska. From
" I'u; I l *" 8 main line the Company diverged at Kan
a.'uo I 838 City, branching off Into the inteiior of
*MS Kau - sas > through Wes:port, the city
riolou I Lawrence, Tecumseb, to that somewhat
.ao.d) I soled city of Topeka, where, for this winter
I ouly, the line terminates. During the present
at oa I year, it is understood that the Company will
I bave regular express service to Pike's Peak,
ol*. J the new El X)orado in Western Kansas, with
==:3 J a view to an early extension of the express to
I Salt Lake City.
Kilt I remar k*blj has the company extended
I its daily express service, tbat by the month
a the I of May ot the preient year—not including
aor# I the gold express from Pike's Peak—the com;
tiny I pany will have perlormed, every twenty four
I hoars, an express eeivice extending, if the
; no* I distance traveled was iu a continuous line,
ESS I over thirteen thousand miles. The company
I have about four hundred offices, and employ
,su I eome fifteen hundred men, with horses and
I wagons innumerable.
I It isdUGcnlt to estimate tbe valne of this
I addition to the transportation, telegraph and
j mail arraogemen'sof the day, to the mer-
I chant, banker and bu%ineFß men generally.
I Without it tbe most serioita inconvenience
I and disadvantage would be experlenoed in-
I siantly. A lady's fan, a ea?e ot goods, a box
I of coin, or package ot bank notes, can be for
| warded by this company to almost every
I point in the United States, California und
uregon iacludcd, as well as to Europe and
I Havana.
I We learn that the president of the com
' I P aD y> D- N. Barney, E<qT, is also president
| and ma eager of Well?, Fargo k Co.'a Caliior-
I nia Express, a company to its credit be it
I eaid, which wa? the sole express company d>
j ing business with tbe Pacific coast that maia-
I tained itself daring the financial storm of i
I 1855 wbicn passed over California. The di
-1 rect connection of the United State* Express
ifty I Company with this Pacific Etpress, gives to
on i unusual lacilities for doing businesa with
™ I tbe Pacific coast.
1 10 I Our own experience of the promptness
I and dispatch displayed by this line wananta
j the statcmeut that no other line surpasses it
I in thu?a particulars. The telegraph may excel
I it in Bwiflness, but that only. The ordinary
I running time to and from New York, Phila-
I delphia and Boston Is about fifty-six hours
I for money, valuables and newspapers. The
I Utter, for weeks and months, wo have had 1
I by tbis express ahead of mails, ofleu in ad-
I vance of all other line?, and never behind
I any, while this company was acting as carrier
I of nenspapers for thu press.
I Charles W. Ford, Esq., is the general agent
I of this enterprising company in St. Louis
and manages its interests here iu a manner 1
I entitling him to a veiy cordial commendation 5
I from the business community. To great en
ergy he unites a spirit of courtesy and .ac-
I commoditiou which have conciliated to him
personally the good will or all transacting
I business with the coiupany he represents. j
I We sliould fail to do justice to one who has
contributed very largely to the success and M
high reputation of this Express company if le
I we omitted mention of I'cory Kip, E q., of E
j Buffalo, N. Y. It would not be deemed an
I invidious remark ir wo were to say that Mr. S'
I Kip stands without a superior in all the ele- m
i I menu of an Express manager in the United
I States. He is the soul of the United States a!
I Express company, its chief anima'ing spirit,
I physically and intellectually active, quick
I and comprehensive in planning, forceful and 1
| efficient In execution, enterprising in his
I views, and a very fit man every way to direct J
I the service of a company, which has a we'l r-
I deserved reputation for promptness, dispatch,
I safety, enlarged operation and general relia-
I bili.y.
I H. D. ColviD, Esq., is the general agent for
I this company iu Chicago, and no man can Ja
. I stand higher in such capacity with the busi- _<
I nessjpublic than he. The company deiivcre =
I packages from New York in Chicago Iu thir-
I ty-eight hours irom the time of starting. It =
sends two messengers over the Chicago, Al-
I ton and St. Louis Kailrnad daily, who receive
and deliver packages at all intermediate D
I points; also two messengers over the Chicago on .
I and Rock Island and the Mississippi and Mis-
I souri Railroads to lowa City, thence by stage i. <
Ito Des Moiucs and to Omaha City, Nebraska, r
I touching at all intermediate points. Joseph T
I Shepard is the Assistant Superintendent lor _le
tuis company through the Etato of lowa and ("
Nebraska Territory. His promptaess in the V
I transaction of business and his uniform cour- J
I tesy have gained for him a high reputation jj's
both with tho company ho represents and the cu
public who patronize it. cfu
I i is, - ten
I rest
I Sublime Coolness* •
I Mrs. Frances Ann Kemble, once Huttler,
now resident, we believe in Lennox, Massach- f£"
I usetts, and probably considering herself . bi '
I Ducheaa of Lenox, being somewhat desirous o
I of adding to her Grace's fcrtuae, before ber
"retirement from public life," has, as is well
I known, been indulging ui New Yorkers with
I a somewhat prolonged scries of readings from T~l
I tbe dramatic works of William Shakepeare.
I These readings bave been largely attended
I by her Grace's vassals—mohtly from tbe f»sh
j iooable rauk« of society— at a dollar a head. "Pj
It has bcea considered "the thiug," and quite Jfr'
upper-crustian and nobliab, to be seen at those offlc
extraordinary displays of elocution; so all tbe "£
snobs, male and female, have been present iu
I uudimiuisbed numbers, night after night.
I Her Grase has as u?ual, turned up her arista- T
I cratlc nose at tbe increase offered at her J-'
shrine—a goodmany pufEj of which came from
I the "swamp," aod other unsavory localities (j,
I—but has not despised the tributary dollars.
An instance ot bigh-bred scorn was exhibited w-\
by ber Grace on a reeent occasion. A few JJ
j evenings since, after the audience was arsem*
bled early, in obedience to tbe commands of c Dg
I her Grace, the Duchess of Lenox happened to *~~
I observe a window in the hall slightly lot t-v
I down—probably by some audacious person, | )
I to qualify tbe suffocating atmosphere of the
I crowded ball. Casting abroad a look of tra
I gio indignation, with a gesture of supreme
I dignii/ ber grace, contemoing tbe ordiuary fT
lauguage or polite solicitations, loudly ex-
I claimed, "Will one of you shut tbat window =T"
I there!" As not one of her awe-strack vas- T|
sals stirred to obey the stern behest, her Grace m
after wai'ing for a moment in silent wrath,
I repsated the orders in a still more peremp* -v
I tory tone—"l bolieve I talk plain English ;
I will oqe of you shut that window there t" ii'
1 and then—will tbe reader bclieve^t—an in- II
I dividuil In pantaloons meekly rose and clos-
I ed the window.
I Now, any other public exhibitor of himself
Jor herself, for hire, would probably have said. fl3B
"Will some geutleman be eo fciod as to
that window t'? fyittbatia not her Grace's
style of address : nor would it have comport
led with that sublime coolmi] which diatin
guidies tbe Ducbess.—Cons'dlalion.
Improve Your Eyesight.
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RENTIST.— OFFICE NO. 141 |
I 1*""* ( H -' WJ Pi
DIES. FULLER 4 ALBADCH,
T~VENTIBTB. OFFICE, NO. cr.—isA.
t I/ 44 We3t Raadolpb St., ChSca*o, I
UL Baperlorwork promptly doae at oar I OfN
office. Responsible guarantee for mc- » I LJ I
cessin all cases I
aadseespecltaeni. seß4-ty-aSW I
DB, J. BEAUDINE, Dentist. I vooc
Late associate of dr. a. wood !££
RUFF DROWN, of No. 8 Great Jones street. New I are
xorc. I Hair,
Offloe 100 Xiake Street, I Hae
Over Tripp ft Hale's Patent Office Deoot I
POUMT9 ly I
DBS. WARNER & KETCHUM, DENTAL
BURGEONB. Office aortheaatcorner of I
LaUe and Dearborn Btroet#, I Good
Up «Ulm In room No. I QclahlMt-l, I
D„. W. W. ALLPORT. I
EN TI S T.—OFFICE AND na. I Wo
Kcddenetk Mo. a I Sem
Krttt oca bSMy I
DOCTOR R, F. COOKK. I
Homoeopathic physician?— of- I
Flc'b! and Residence removed to 202 Mlrb!r>i I V
street, two door* from Kiiih street. myVt? \y I j
J^ENTISTa— DRa QUINLAN &. CUSIT
■umobozt SBimava, I How
OFFICE-NO. 81 OLARS STRUT. I
tahM-ly-pSa Oppodt tfas Qotgi I O U
Ccatljer ans iTmiJiirng. <
- ■— I We s
Hayden, Kay & Co, wm
S3B .BA3BOLPH SHEET 238 I
OHICAGa I 303..
Maau'actarers. ImportenTand Dealer* la I
Saddlery Hardware, I us
BENT STOCK, I
OOAOH T 111 HI mINO B, I -
SPRINGS, AXEXS, VARNISHES,
I|OHSE COLLARS, Ac. IBS
P. HAYDEN, New York. I ne
P. WILSON. OrdimiU. I
WILLIAM 7. IAY, Otlc«o. la. I
T.S.TOUB. I
IQ33X2 k BIDWAT, fijtjjA I £u
A Wholeaals Deal-| He wc
mlo I
■«ddle% BridlM, Oollan, Oif I
BBIDLB rBOITg I
fad EostfDcii Drivlnc Reins, Hone Coven md "■«» I
I —»'■
OFFICX AND SALES-ROOMS! I
«» JJAJfpOLFH-ST.. I ®
Over Hayden. Kay Hardware fltora. I
Silver-Plated Goods. I in ""
On,VER PLATED CASTORS IN OREAT I Pu »u
O variety. Spoons, Forts Tea-sets, Gobleta. Ae-Ac. I w"" 1 *
for aale lower than at any other haute is the eh* A I
JAEGER A Co.'d Prrao Q.lna Jfeporiao. im V.«v« I
street, bet?;sa Clark and Deartxtm. - jaSO-ly-cM I
Country Merchants I W °° D
ARE INVITED to EXAMINE OUR to^S
larte azoA of Crockery aad before I
EaCa; their eUewhemSdlh the avuraaee I ' „
that our beft endeavors wiflbe osde to make u for their I TVK
advantan to psrehase stock at t h » China Emporium of I I 9
A. JAEisER A CO* 103 Lake ■Uret. between I
Dearborn. <a«.i»o4 I
New and Attractive Goods, inw
WE RESPECTFULLT INVITB THE I
aUeotloa of the ladles of Chleaca. and the poMu ily of I
In teaeral to cor ia»ge and complete stor>£? 2n* ~ta»
China, fine Cot Bohemian Glass Ware, CrockenV^^
BrtanJaWtre. Ac. as we are aatlsSed the eoaSS If 1 ?* 1 "
aad low i rioea of oar goods, are soeh as io dre ™ barn
saUsf«ctlon UalL A. JAEGER L&7st«lt te.
tweea Clark and Dearbjm iaS-ly-eei Fhani
CHna.
T7TNE DECORATED ND RICHLY GILD-
Il ed Dinner S-ts. _
Fine decorated aadriehlydl'led Tea Seta. *hia.
** " M " Toilet Sett. ■
Beaatlftil decorated Vases. Motta Oapj. Colotoea. Tete OTJN
a Tete Seta, Oard Baaketa. Ac- ottvttjdeicrioUon. and m i
4. J A«3K»*OO.i, lia ;
rr*HE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THE PLEA- i
J_ BDRB of laformlaie theircostosiv* th«t <>«• v,. .„
Rmoved their stock of aockeft. |ta« aaj cUAsfrtnlb
Kreet to the new Ahd aeoat MorvNe, m rivL JsAh
Jrwt wh<*etheywillt* UackftUW reo3ve OQ~W
IgtfiSßrrerasaßg
AND VISIT THE FRENCH CHINA 1
oJr-
> I Urn ©ooftg.
IK J J OW PBI6ES WIN.—
ago PEAEB, MARSH a CafiONQ,
their 30 Lake Street*
Our of small expenses, aad staadard Goods at
rioM " e^ s A^S r u %i^A'Ei a^ n oSr.oi
* '"T tall Epifat Stock of tho venf 1
uls *TAPLE DRY DOOOSj
T r ! ;" H03113Y AND Nono.s-S.
«=»u
,cnor lnTK.°5 r .2 u Ki?? J .r h, i kn " w TOif djLn business
. sent
78 - - Lake Street, - - 78
reet. ___
:D - TRIMMINGS, EMBROIDERIES.
LAOES,
3 ' NEW STYLE SKIRTS
C OR SETS.
UNDER GARMENTS,
on, GLOVES. AND HOSIERY,
*• KID GLOVES,
WOOLEN GOODS,
, BERLIN WOOLS,
And a General Stock of I
BE. SSAI.L Vißia
Eert Oonstantlr on hind ind for ufo I
Wholesale and Retail,
78 Lake Street.
Wt JL GRATM. cutq q T. AtklnaonJ j
0K GREAT BARGAIiVS
iro. -ra
il DRY GOODS!
1 fcr , I
land I
FREEDMIS, GODDKIJiD A CO,,
like US Late Strut 13S
49 I
Offer from thlj date for thebalaaeeof the Season, their |
Eailre Stock, consistlai of I
M HICH DBESS SILKS, I
MERINOS, I
—AID— j
ALL KLYDS OF WIXTER DRESS GOODS.
CLOAKS, SHAWLS,
EnRUOIDERIES, I
WOOLEN HOSIERIES, I
thiujiisgs, ribbons, I
Ec - .Id MILLINERY OOODS, I
t Less thuu S»w York Cost, -
With a Tie* to close them oat *nd I i
MAKE ROOM FOR OUR
Ja _ Heavy Spring Purchases! 1
bj JPEEEDHAS, 600DKI3D II CO, I ,
'"j'bKi LAKK "TBECT. '
IBSB - - - - Fall aid Winter, .... IBSB, I
I f) COOLEY, FARWELL tc CO., I £
CBccceuors to Ooolej, Wnlnrorthi OoJ I'
S OEY GOODS JOBBERS, r
{j.« «,4344SW^ul.A n , H "
ra- oow receiving a fall assortment of I
Sj DRY GOODS, YANKEE HOIIOM, ETC., ETC., '
SIVZALX. PROFITS AND PBOMPT PAT I i
oar extensive aadaUractiveitock before elao- I
'Z /urntture, -
FOR FURNITURE
UU«
= H. N. PARSONS,
179... .RANDOLPH ST.IEHT... .179 Jj
= Ue Is selUniiGoodi I
' A.T COST
WITHOUT REGARD TO VALUE.
k de93mb6B3 I
Furniture! Furniture!!
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
—AT— I
NEIV YORK BOSTON PRICES. -r
3 FACT* WORTH KNOWHOI i
_ I tec
ao per Cent Band In the Pnrchaa.. I j
Sliearer, Paine & Strong, r
llavtaa Itemoved to | A.
JONES' NEW IRON FRONT STORE,
HO. 203 RAMDOZ.PH 9T„
I prepared to exhibit to thtlr old eastomera. and "T
I to the public generally, I p 1
J The Xiargest and Beat Aaeorted «=■!
STOCK OF FURNITURE r°'
WEST OF NEW YORK,
Which Ithey have recently received, aad are nov open
lo*. coaslatln* in part of
Hohogany, Rosewood Aad WAlut I
[ PARLOR FURNITURE. ''
In Brocatelle, DeLalne. Plash aad Hair Cloth.
Enamelled, Oak, Chestnut, Hohogany ft Koeew'd i n
CHADIBER SETTS, IJj
R^Sf 14 Deri*aes.from the best Maaafacta I
rles in Boston. New York aad Philadelphia, I ZZ
-ALBO- XL
®3KSi2SSSSSS,is
Kta*eraa, Marble-top Centre aad Pier TihlM. I
5 a^ ea S 8 .. aßd Sideboards. Patcat Spria» ciirf m
Hair, Cotton aad Hoik. Palm aad KxceliorMittrSlSr T'
lae Rush B^at Chair*, Carved Oik ! I
Oak Dining Obaln, Cane Seat Chairs of every deaeript!oj£ ECT "
DINING ROOM AND COMMON FURNITURE, M d
IN GREAT TAiUETY. n, g
Booda Mannfaetored Here ToOrdat Oat of tha
BEST MATERIALS.
- I Eras
§S
LATEST PATTEHKB
AXO j
Most Approved style, of SoocU.
Which will ta&ke It a urest lndncenen to thou I
FCRSISHLVG HOTELS ASD HOCS© |»i
lo emnlnoonr Block before sendlii Km. I
OUR MAMMOTH STOCK He
Before Ibk nx their Pirch£.Ts.
/ To the Public at Zarff*
Wo sr. jrmsrtd to prore th»t »miii u;t £•_ T)
Qrsoe, ftom the Eutcliento the p.-lor, IV
SraiM Vuraiiied from Our Eitabliikmcnt at
Pncea Lower than anjr Houe in the Weat 00l
SHEARER, PAINE * BTRONC, it®
103 RANDOLPH STEEET.... im •
I T>.
C. MOBCIAN, '
199 -- - - Zak. fltnet, -- _ . 199 low,
New and BeantUnl Designs I
LATEST 3TYLS3 ftf I «
BIDBOOH rURHItUBI, Jj:
IN SUITS. E
TfacsaUcr&erls now roeel rlns LA ana tnnmnati I
SUPPLIB to his former 1 rt
Wanawinth Stock cf Cabinet Jurnitura k Chain [
As the Stock Is now Complete and FoR, and.the I
Itrgoct to be ftrand Wart of Sev York, I
He woald cordially Invite the «| hii tome | tioaal
friends and patrons aad the pah lie g«a> | —HZ®
eraQy to caQ and examine I
Hie Elegant Furniture { "Di
■efereperehaslas elsewhere. I J*
aalllnc at GreaUr Redneed FMnftn _ ,
Latt Seawn. [
CHiOAGO. AUGCBT llzs, lfrfl. aflO-Iy |
BABCOCK A PFKK, ' I
Cccceeeot* to WHlard. Peek A OoJ I g
ITL BAKDOLPH.ST. I
■ahagaiy, Rm«wo«4 * WqiJ, I T>u
CHAMBER, DININ6~ I £oOM AND COMMON I InKon
rVRNITURS I 2fSJ
la Great Variety. I ■■ ■
WOOD BIAT iSD OAKK gATC_HAI«a,
• BTTsrticdM Oocntir Orders, ul Vn
to Pazalaolct Dottis, «£. scl&aSß&ly I
TVEALERS AND OONSUMKaa
XJ an anna. I
| OoDs
■. W. DEfBHOBb * CO, I
Are bo v prnered to eell and dtilrer to any part eftta dtj
ma op oHA&ai' j -|7<x
iiyofthevarioosprodoctoftheirrallls. We shall I XliE
th<-tar*la,theaaalltyofoargoods.aad*thaEoodmUL I Sleks
materials and expeileaceu hope to retch aaTldoS I
f osw:
tabarrasaadban w I ■■■—
}
B A
WhttetyePloor. Com MeaLrtfled aadncMflaA amwl
Graham rl oar, Oora aadOata, groajf*
. al.lMßt.l, w " mru
CUMJR i ES '
9U teta Pared Peachea,
• aa
rAHor yfl
' ««
flanking qnft (gycfycmfle.
N. I EHNST pßussiero!
DEALER IN EXCHANGE, MONEY,
*» I —AID—
I REAL ESTATE BROKER.
oodsal J Jtoaih Cp Stain ••SO.
e to it. I unr vox tsi
tuhoot I Brifoh Commercial Life Jnsurmce CbiiMi*.
ry best LONDON tad AME2ICA. cinsiL 16 jOQ.ua
I " Uj ' mmbt pitcaxiso. Hotasr Patna.
3 I AND DEPOSIT BANK
[ imil] WE AIIK, CAR PENT* It 4 CO., I
astaess • OKDAE BAPID3, iota.
d» tv. »n nm. .a. a cutnm. ,» H .
s ih*n , . -asm TO—
tgSsSX)&gg*' He York.
78 -
j gtanrci. fitihos k Co.. Ban&eri
UsMeiiiii
I ORANGKH, TFELDON * CO..
T.O T£iS KEK3 AN ' D dealers nr EX
TS «"=> Muketstrwt.
I uni to
j BALDWIN A DODGE*
JJANKEBS !i LAND AGENTS.
n oo J JIiOIL BOTra. IOWA OtTT.
KlusSTswa-.-'siiEHSfi
I AllgaW warrants in tune proportion.
il, a SPS®r^ riMB « Il f ™awo;HenrTf«ni»m.
rS* L ItsiirosdiAmrtiS
I K± >aw 41 yor *s Dorkee A Ballock, St.
nonj J J°HJf T. DQDQB, dtlMy-aOO O. M. BAT/nwilT.
I OOOLBAUO.i L BROOKS.
I AND DEALEES IN £l
- BDSUJtQTOS. IOWA.
Tea to the collection of Sot*
» 1 ■agEaM&Mwar
ED WD. 1, XISKHAM & CO.,
0„ BROKERS, AND DEALERS IN EXCHANGE.
I Corner Clark and Laic* Streets,
CHICAGO. • i
ieh- ,DlfA,tß I.Tima» JOB, 1
I OHABIiES a. TTA-ivr &, 00.
S, "DANKEBS AND DEALERS IN EX- 1
I JJ ehaage. w Clarkstreet. Chicago t
I Dwaaww-HASI. CHAMBERS A 00
I n, m Securities. Boy aad Sell Paper
£ 5U: =b"J r.T. meSif Jr„uS u". <
I vestments for Eastern Parties. aslri-tTM-i* ■
I. «aataa «,«*«. t-LcmiiM. '
I JASU A. PCFiB JAMES BICE DtXBT SATLZ9. 1
I DUPEK, BECK & SAILBS. 1
I T>ANKERS AND BROKERS, NOS. U5
I .^. De l on ?^ lre itreet. Boston. riTC particular atua.
I M' of Lake Superior and are prepar»i
os, i
st, ss^tedili^L 0 """ 1 B ' aßina - "".ik'ss, 10
|a.a. Ms &i. iutois v, x, oicoaxi*. 1
UNE, SAN FORD Sc. CO., [i
CJUOOESSORS TO DICKERMAN, WHB EL
I I Bankers, Eockiord. miaola
' r«SSftShSS? * 1 " 1 rtalUe ' l W""""* « J
I dSS Tl>r „ k: 8108 l=d le»th«r
I theater* Bank. Boston; terthaage Bank, Caiea*o. aoZJ
ls ' I HOFFJtIAiNN 4c GKLFCKE,
c» I BANX S2 R B.' Chicago.
T\BPO3ITS RECEIVED AND INTEREST
I ? n / ? Dee Liberal aceomooda
eP ° SUr^,lnd,!l ' eilde:itorUie,t4U ° r
IXOHANQK and LtUcn ~.t Credit, to saai to ralL on
a ortheUnited SutesaSdEarape/
I
I « LOANS on private bonds aad nort«aiet n«stv
SSXS.iSi tlte - " «B&&
(» ( lUlCai - BOTTTLLn, lUT.BHIII, OTTO Q2LPCH,
I TJLHIOBS A OEUDTNER =:
I gJOLABISTHBBT—OLD THIBUW B OFFIOB. £
Ad I Specie, Baiik Note, Exchantc "
I AND COLLECTING OfTICX.
!h.D"&°^ara r^^°CoU^.^?,^,r
I OOOK II SAHQEITT fla
= DAVXNPORT IOWA B j?
OOOK SABOENT A DOCTSTEY " o«!
I IOWA C1TY............... IOWA
OOOK SABOEHT k. OOOKi Si
lOJtTDES MOINES IOWA to
OOOK SABOENT & PARKER
-9 I fLoaraoi MtßaisxA. d«
T5 ANKERS & DEALERS IN EXCHANGE.
I iTT Ma J* collections and retail to aaj pert of th« a
I uHoa. Land WarranU botuht, sold and located. J
s I un ato
J- W. Clark A Co., Philadelphia. Sfi
I *. W.Clark. Dod*e AOo.. New York.
I J. J.Disweil. Prest. Ma«a. Baak. Bostoa. n
N.Holme»*BoQ.Pitubor*Sr^
_ I J.W.Clark A Co.. Boston. !~
I L W. Clark A Brother. 8u Loait.
Hatch A Lancdcm. w.Usiir M ' 552
I Geo. Smith A Co., Chicago T?.
J aha 0. aanceau W» thlajtsaa. P. p. ny«.ly b»
L THE BAMK OP AOBOR a , SS£
j HALL a ÜBOTHiaS, APRDRA, ILLINOIS, f lOl
ANKERS & DEALERS IN EXCHANGE. **
I col3e s' J , o!U eatrested "tTtfcea will meet prompt at- *i'
I BfU** o Baak of the fiiatc. New York: I Q
J Adams aad George Smith A Co., Chicago. plet
'■ I m-t.iau. ar.iiDt. r. a. giu. W
I A. C. OEUTEL,
■POREIGN AND DOMESTIC EXCHANGE
A aad Colloctfoa Office. Also, Notary Public 101
I I 75 Dearborn street, Chicago, HI. n.^iy-tfla
OFFIOEB A BROTHER err
* ~R ANK ER S —DEALERS IN ONCCR-
I aad BilTer Coin, etc. Receive depoiiu, aaj nas cartlcu-
UraUeaUon to collectln*. Office 154 Lake«u«ulia. Oil
ji j riae BaakßaUdiafcopea froa 9A- SL to liM P. M.
' Horthß^Bo^f" 0011
| Metro pc 11 lan Baak. New York. Fo;
■ Bhermaa ACotlla*. •• •*
Marine Baak. Chlctgo. da;
I J. H. Danhan A Co M ChJeaxo.
rsa%. o,rl<xa «al BA3TI, P. ornoia. Gmenl P.
■ nra-lr _ ,
AIKEV S. NORTON (VI
I J> ANKERS A DEALERS IN EXCHANGE. g{.
Ho. V. BODTg QltAßg ST.. OaiCAOa ILL Port,
Illinois Savings Institution,
' II IHI CITT 07 CHICAGO, „ prt
! [lnccrporaUd rdmtary, 1857.] B ' Je
1 fTIHIS INSTITUTION RECEIVES DE
djL^yKS^S.% 1 "" 1 "- mwirm. Iron >ll dmw ol M
MINORS AND MARRIED WOMEN. 1
SSL*" 0 * ]iaaal x^miofilmraiiiicu
vmilt oa the lint Hanixj of Imun ui '
tv \T» J TKUBTIIL A
i H w D Sfei Hi
Henr??fS;beck.
§S.uBKIS.r. ra L-T.Ott^l»ll.
nSS U,^fa^a^S oa l V e ®*. PortUni Blook. 18..
«dS2iS2S£Si gSSii^TSSI I """ "^<m
H. B.KIDDER, outlig"" if.
OaEEK II STOHE * ! '
an day cf pament. at correal nm a t *J
I MsKra. Gloria u
I Vartae Bank. Ohlcasa H 1
Mewr. GuSin: OadcraU. »
ftbo«aad father DealAi BaakTBSSooT 1
Raai. MwwToffc. BflUJwm ▲
GEO. 3 UZTH A 00.
I M FOREIBH pi
OHIOAOv. JXUKQII
I la ti»a " I#
Odßute*.onU.0octtfaT 0r W a Uothi
J.H. OOWER BBOTHEHS h 00. o.„
DEALERS IN EXCHANGE
la«d Aeiai
iowaoiti - r*?.
| m«M O-tms
I Mwi,LL4ilAAC{a,Clilsai9,
a- o. WHITHET k. CO.-
DANKING AND EXCHANGE OFFICE.— i"~
JJ a CLAEK BTBirr. Dtjltnta •»«:
I EASTEHK AND rCEBIUJf BZCHAICQB {^-'c
10 Ua otum. H
n^«loMH»cl. «i 4 >-t.iihu fomrt oa luolw p
M lKoiasbTßiMta leal litale. aad all ctfee? !«■.««.
Hoaa la a Qciunl Rinkint and Cooalaioa bosiaeu.
0. Q. W HITN KY A SOU. 88 Clark »L
I. a. BASBOH
"PRANKING AND EXCHANGE OJFICt— '
/J OLA3X BUZR.
i JfSi 0-Dm3BT * W Sound Bltßi Uobl
- B : !?• rHnu P3 »VKI
B& • (utK Sri.cv^ —Lao-i"' BtaLaua.
CMOAGO. HLMOia.
"DDTS SIGHT AND TIME DRAFTS ON D
A " *bo B«eraatlet Dbeoviti Boslaen Piptr.
In lSnropeaa aad Domestic Ki'shaajw.docci*. Uni W*r.
raau.DoaorentßaakNot«. Sd£iia»CbMsUoaaaa ' Thee
UltOOTbio DOtV- wu-lr-bl" trUbit
■■ ■ _=r-_ PK&Ol!
MARIITE BAHZ. WAe^i
pmCAGO MARINE AND JIHS INSU- KSi"
V/raaoeOompaay. LeaA
CAPITAL. MOQ.3DI. Sifte
3. V. CASTA Owhlsr tnd Socrata), thewori
1. TOOTS BOAMios. Pr«toJ. wl ' ole, '
OoOHlloaiK«d«>2ddza9i muted to ill urtiofut . tu . f
M ° a - not iMe
H. A. TOOKEH t GO." ....
TnXOHANGE BASS—BANKERS AND W1
Jji Ccalar. la Bichuo. ooraer of CUtk ul lale.ni
a*~OgU£ia&j siada lalbt dlff«r«at cilia h ii' f
05oa. teehaaie at tha lowa»t esemx rt', " w? *
' MORTORD EHqv«Ceßi SILI3
. (Ckarle A. Xcrtorrf,Zaq. lfawTiirk. _
* Jhresee*. < Hczart. Uvpeßler i VeraD»a " Ciaßea
mtUJt a*3.Caikler Ucrtia'ta.Kxß'k. wivr
u ' 1 I 135
, CHICAGO TYP6 FOUNJDKBY
L ,j
I'riHtera' 11 arehouae. nra(
SO..— .WASKIBSTCUr-ST. «....90
TIE SUBSCRIBER 18 PREPARED TO W ,
tonlih Iro* la lam or anaD oaa&Utlea aade hm
rtU bo,enttOMrtl«rth. *o.!l ]
■>»"' auponoKfti— ■. CM,
ttfle. &
~OHI O A O O
NEY ' MILL-FURJFISHIN« DEPOT.
R.
..♦.so. T. W. Baxter & Co.,
KUUUOTim Of
OP ALL QUAEEIES,
nwt ~ lTn ~
C, TF. Brown's Pttent Portable
Flouriny and Gritt .Hilts,
And Dealers la I
Separators fat Warehones. I
F T S. Baitings of all kinds, I
• BraaDnjten,
IS FAIPBANKS' SCALES.
Mill Furnishing Generally. I
Tlc« Spccifealimt and Jhtimata fnnMti I
**- when lUnrtti, a*d tlu eotutrvction of £t*m I
CT- W'kr-XUU conlracUJ for mtirt. I
KI. 110 I
Buifwtorr «f S.ildlag, Bagttf A S«weD, I
tot» °' WAIIBTOWN. M. T.. I
»«■ jESSS
ESrtoS^^S3S'oi£i 0 Q /* te '- "0
<6E. I b °"° vs - a •$? S Dower 11.30 I
10 - - SI 2 - - LM I
u - - 25 5 - " WS
t~. „ „ WO S " lmn I I
J® ~ M ....... 1100 40 ** " ....... ** 'ma I
.... ~ " ~eP T QPOrI!OD forlareer»!*«■ma| ,
na*. £rery Engine Isfuraiihed with I :
~ JUDSON'S PATENT 60VERN0R VALVE
yorPloorSnils. We confidently recommend them as n. I
perlor to any other style of Ea*jiftancfil«y wSu [
tper Savd froa 25 to 50 per cut is f
"li 0 * Orerlheuro*! cla»ofßollenin oie aft the West. Wa I ,
m* ftaKiliS?^l!? s 2 rt,neQtof ■>>(> UovnM? 1
*>• ,«*amln«daad the necessary I <
n*s r , e^ lia * them. Competent men I *
rt*?. wot lr deeired. bo f&rnlabed v» set op and start KnsinM I *
to any part of the coontry. Wewmali>sopply '
j- 5 WATEH WHEELS, SHATTINCJ, QBAHIUQkO, I *
ttea- aery Lota TicuroM. |
■™.' T. W. BAXTER A CO., I
•ly P. O. Address. Bo* No. 374. I J
ZI ]\J ammoth_m_ill woeks. 1
ICblcaco Bunch of the old BaAlo IOH tmM.l.. Tm. I J
ITT, tabCshmeot.) |
JOHN T. NOYI A CO. I u
™ • Dd » ;
*ll ■ I he
ou FRENCH BUEH MILLSTONES, I
siSS""" - ■""'■aftortd it this atebllilmgot. >n I
flaiihed 00 new aad Improved prtndalea. ud tre at I T
obtaloe|d br the best minnfufurm la I
The CTedll or this etUblUbmeiA lor Hie I *£
P 4 * tweuty.flTe year* In fOraUhln* MUi RndLn 108
>}*? *ad "Territory la the Dnioa I *
known *nd sb&lt be m*lot*ined. Krtrs Selected I ~~
B»oo<«m»deoaSpeci»loontr*ct from Cholo* New I 13
< £ e ' 8 Coekhe*d»od folfir I
pomdiM. fitted In ttoars with iron eye*, warmed h3 I f
. 5Sd
E. Kxtr» B»t7 Ditch later Oaths. 1 01
h ' f^!S^! nWM, „ <,r BOLTIJCH CLOTHHfcTMC® II«
m qaAUtyof ?lnnr, cin desead bdoo nt- I o
n55Ki5» "ooto# 9V® DUTCb aSrfe Sod I ""
?° llln * CIoUu made op In a I
S' J CT l n * *od diameter of leel to <SS It"
JohnT. Noye'elmproyedCenMSy I f-*
Mm *i *l*aUtft.nOSn fil I 1
Machinery of every dewnHpgoo fc? I A
hl»hed to order °o thort ootlre. from new pdMrM. I K
w!-i? Jsr ? l I e i, PT 2! ,are^ Mllu Acenta 'or tfee Buffalo 1
o p /nit s S«
do*ahlah BereeoUne of rower. Trant UMuoa I
B«arator. flormlUa aodirn boaaee. Ch'ne.*SaiM>Caoft If,
~~ u ?'«e Power BM*-illila tordrocer !
»e«. Noye'i ImproTed iron Bolting Reel John T Itere'i I
Floor Packer. Stationery and Portable itoalne*. I
9 te.M2' e * Qd /iff Q i, l>ac . ki£ { ,t Plaalox I
5, Machines. a?d UJi Farobhtnc «eaerailj I *
Hartnr thelanrestM u fumtihta# tToeklnthe WeA I
A- *«can icll at a ower rata than aa» other enablement 171
J. -i2.H,*"7u i^H 1 f oalr * < s loftu °® l * Qd ball-' MUJjep» I
DlttA orftiralib Bltoi and for UlUwrtiSta I
_ JOHN T. MOYZ A CO.. Chicago. IU.
s It. X. Crane & Bro.,
103 Wat Lake Strnt 103 -55
„ 'xmyACßrtKas aan Drucita la
STEAM, GiS AXD WATER PIPE,
d BOILEa ?LUti VALYEB, COCKB. STKAM WHISTLE, Smi
i OU Caps, Guga C«lu, SU«m k HaUrGu^ci,
STEAM APPAEATUa
For YTralnc Hotel*, Ctaarelia. Vl»>
de3o S
a P. W. Gates, Hurntr, I'nalnen & Frastf. =
- titanufactukeus of eaileoad
XTa. CARS Portable and StatUmary
• Steam Engines anil Boilers,
Portable ftrenlar Saw Mills, Oatea' Screw Coltar, Offlc
and Asenu lor the tale «r Poruble Klaar aad Cora Mills W
I aaduoita;
and liana Lathes, BU]
Upright SblsileMlQa
suae raaU, Steam iuid wausr Uaugea, duUhed Uraaa Worft
POW*a AND HAND PLAHIKB, *TO. »Tj
I 4#~CafUaffaaad MIQ Oearlnc made te order.
EAGLE WORKS, CHICAGO, —
Mart Oooda—"aATß A CO."
'• *• flAtas a. a. wii.nt. .*. caxauia. I
*• a. wnaaa.... p. ■, ranis.
Aprtin.ll*. «.«.r»aaw.
HIKDWABE FOB SPBHS TEADK. 1859. HH
JKWKir * BDTIEB,
•• Lak. BMM. 18.
TtTVTTE THE CODOTEY TEADK TO THE _ .
JL foil cm hi*: Ho* I
?lo Twi Aanetled feno. TW,i niorlod amnWrl.
• Bright ** *♦ "• A6l
K.OOO Keca Nitfs anrteil aadbraada
LSOOBdUabectlron-aaortSl am
300 " ** M Junletta»aMortad.
800 - - - BT& ,B =
L 5 Caaki Sheet One. FM I
H PLATt PIS tDI.
QPPga BOTTOMS. BEXA3TS and COTX2&
lima and ZAfiSL TINNXa'a TOOIA A&. p J
A COMPLETE ASSOBTMENT.
[*oi-*34i-ljl
JpPES AIE t PERFECT VKSTILATIO J
!%• Bbaerlbera takes this method of Botibtss Ikapi^
Uc that Uxey have aecanti
BC
Sawyer's P»t«fttHeatligtTeitilitli(Fina«, n
And an now prepared to farnldi then to onhr In A * ll,
OveOlscs. Ohoreheai Schools. Ac Also, their Berea
O'jtrocted oq the tame principle for parlor*
• Otcuaod halla, and, eacedallj 3PC
BAXUIOAO a AAA. M
VetnatingperfbcUy an roeoslawhlehtAe** t.w.i
and waralna to any required Ua#csaißra. —^
We refer to Hesn. V. W. Boytncton, O. L. Wheeloofc
and Carter A Eurr. Architects of this aty.
IFIor rarticular* Inquire of the nbacrlbeca at Ibek
office No. »1 aad fcJ&aothldiallattreet. T^T
CUcaco. Oct. fth, nea. f. gii
T K A 4 PEEE IN a , =
OELIBSATID or " >
Worcestershire Sauce,
Poaottcoed fctrnA OHO
l|
JL a!U *- sr
To His Broth* """
I
_ HAT.ua.
AjtUdbl.io pTTT.i" t!,'J« n Ar.no
MVXRY TAslET7l.7rSi*=?' duXK!ffill£ 11
hlßir ?»■ ioa. the most iali> SC
~T~ um
PIBH* bmads."
IZTIVSI7B IBAUDS.
only Medal awarded by the Jury of \ke New Terk 7^l/
XsdilbiUon for Foreicn Sa&oa was obtalaeS bv ma m To whL
Ptaaiiia for thelrWoreeel«raiilr«^S *uTinH3 KWJ
wide fame of which havlnalM to numos^rSSr
pfarchasenareraqnested toeeethatthe namesWi 5^7
PenlnaarensoauiA Wrapper. t«M. Stooser &a3 £BT K*3i
Lea A PerrSs wifl nSSSdaSSrt aor — Zm
1 either by mamActarlst or yendlna Scwcai BSV
have Instructed their eorree><Hidea«s
the world to advlae them oTaS «^lSsES^t/ikK
=
PATENT -A jTi
SiLUUSDSa SUE £^Si
their bz
teestht
womntl
lioproe
The Best Safe In the World. -■
PSATT A —
aorwra
137 Pooih Waler lU V«.T4N
df9Mzn-bai» ranol
l;il LIE'S
UPIOYKD 81IB,|^8ttHH
..r.., £
Sold by C. WOOLKT,;
ttUbbaaUSealiDeoot 3C 2
Vol * Lake street. Chi- T
MM, KfMHlr ' MM
MM,
(gowmiggion jtlcrchanla.
ZBWAXS BAOTW
pot. C^ISSWwJKSSS 4^ W2 LAKK
„*«IW to ruter
York; B. f. Carver. CMUer M arln »H "•*
fel cia« ly
MUMT VSZ.SOV
PRODUCE, COMMISSION b SHIPFrNO
X MEBOHANT. *
HaSHmUnTs Block, corner Clark and Bouth Wat«-eU.
M SSfJSdrT"™
m will recdre prompt attention. 'qs bUfl ly
lOSOBOE R. EOXUET3T
j . _ . OOUUU.T tczLXY. Moaaa A co.J
m _* rro ~? c ® Comaiiaaioa Merchant*.
H A JiS R^ UA3MTH fi™rBT
* Art wu Mo "* *
lie »Bor. Ull ™olßce 7 oa
. S <xa* t iv,J«ut Tnmu . GBo* u! «cis"r. c iS'l°' !r
4 (3 CtteMQ. Jtxuu 11118. "•
CULVER A CO,
Commission Merchants.
* 316 South Water (Street*
ri, a».cn.™. atcc. ra .
' I Ja4 b?l4 ly '
D. HoowtauS
I HouoHTrinfo
I Pi 9, MERCHANTS.
I BZBAJH WHE£2i£j^
ly. I pBODUCE COMMIStION MERCHANT.
\lXsd I Comer ot Clark aad Soath Water ttnH.
mT _ , »HBtl£ffa BUILDING—Dp
-
I ISSB - - Wbuar Arrangement - - 1459,
** l * I N. W. GRAHAM A OCL,
Forwarding mrc tnts,
erlar I
Silpplij igeats lUlnoUfaun
lIS oaiio *. ilrf Bsit *H-Mm.
"" W K JUsfpCTDOW™^
11.30 I Depot SW' Iho old
fij I frelahtto and froauu K&S .°!7" n }
I JoiHsslTcoZ '
PEODCCE CO3UIISSIO.V MKKCHATTS.
V I A MADE 0.1 PRODUCE IJf
W. I xl. Store or for ShlpmenL stcrtin*
ss b. do i^ftosSr.^
S3 ~ou.wsS;.gJr" lu «* «*"'
lnes I am bom 3d
R. * x ■ »
O 0 """!** lIXCHAII,
I aall* l u3? axL wttA ". auniLo. H. T.
I WALLBB. COMMISSION MBB.
Ia- I SO. 17ffTATl flTMrr^i R & C °oinmnn
i, X I tpwaao wAttw r New York, iiuv a. »*"-
I Chicago.
T »UH * i£»w
I S^HrfCTta O ?°H B^J"°« nt atoau*.a. jrtaij.Buffalo.
a oa. ssn<£■& n t s£aaig*j»
lULTowrm. t L win ■
teiWasta n.
I Uon. either In thUortoSe^ew^rSa' d ® ,c «^
I tJNDEBnoOD A CO.
! I Commission *Tlercltants,
•- I -ha ss i, 1 * 3 *• w,Ur »"•<>•«, '
I UIUCAGO.
T0 CA3H
I UUDKRWuOIIi",,
I ' IMS.
5 fraimm
n I OHIOAfiO
1 "■ ltluPiH - Sio-ViUiy j t .n-T?'^ a
2 Ba °- * OOMMISSIOa MHH.
5 I ftlye their exchalre attention to the
ld I PUBOHAfII AND BALI
I Ot Flow, Grain, aad oUer Prodice*
I 1M oa oomcßsna.
» I Clarki(r«i# v< <
«. I aolßsSßaiy CHIOaQOI '
» J. J. RICHARDS.
? I Produce commission meechant
1 I A i«o-15uRon W»i*r«irfrt, Chicago. '
r I Liberal aUvacoM nuule on
ipM
i I BAWYBR. WALLACE A CO.,
® Co mm is s ion .TMerchants,
'I I NKW YOKK. *
' I rn<l«rwood A Co., CltlcMo.
*
j. I " OBEBT . PBODUOB AMD
U COJDCMIO* U2BCHAST,
DaalarlnaUklndaofrioar and Feed, and UottsbrfM
- wi vn d: f cc - *n:l Retail. ,rt "
Ml and M 3 nolle, corner of WolcoU street. Ghle*M_ m
WmiUimiu
HAW I!iS'DlߣCioby7^
• ta SJ^lSsf? l u « o ' E «^->a»»».andMan>ilao.
. "" n ° a ■">
1 fflaw a-id Lm>fi WhelesAle.
I" " w. a. wis a -
» Wholesale Afent for Wtnea Uonon snd ffn§ an ■l7 7 .
"Chante for uooda A sent for Ales and
_rvnrn aplity
, Wblta Uad Works.
I*. LTOB X 00.
MA»praptoasaa ot
1 WHITB L"BAT> AND ZXXO PAX2IT
! "te"" 1 ™ oorn ® H»'«ed and fmtoa tteett,
Btiph ml Fuq Dry fiMda ffho[«a»l«.
IPEAI g MABSH Ja DS Z.OWCK
JUSIKES or
•tapli a*d tahct drt goods
AT LOW PRICKS.
"frrc-fr No. 30 Lake Street.
Ctothiig.. fftalM«l^
HDNTW3TOM, WADSWOHTH It PABS3,
lCanafaetaren and Dealer* In
KB2V AND BOYS' CLOTHIS6,
Mgaw.* """• oh '«^
Atrtc.llinJ iMpl.menta. Aa.
F. SO. O HAP MAM Aool "
JVurlcratnral Warehouaa.
Bo.» Enalo atnet jy,
Wholesale Dealers In
AGIIOULTUSAL AND HORTICULTURAL IMPL*
morra. MAcmMia ao,
i JgAgtttsJ^J|anny , s Reaper and Mower, mhto
PM>r ITw>hm WhalegAla.
nxAovsß aaszTß k 00.
Mannfactoen and Wholesale
PAP 8 U D E 1 L E R Q
of ndatandbook oonstantly on band. Cash
paid for all kinds of Paper Stock. Warehouse Ho. U
Laialle-st., between Lake and H. Water-ets. mh^iy
I—to and Shaw ; Wholesale
TVTIT.T.EB kBBOWI.
Mannfkctoreri and Wholesale Dealers la
BOOTS, IHOB3 ASS SUBBEH3,
Jfo.XßßoalbWato4k.oor. Wellwt., Chleaco.
1. v. SILLXB. ehlfly cuas. saowjr.
WASSWOBTB A mr.Y.m
WhoJessW Dealers In
BOOTS Jk2TX> SHOES,
M 400 LAXB-BT. GHIOAOO, ILLHTOI3.
T.w.WAßewow. mhJAJy 080. S. WtUI,
lAWIOV BABTZJETT A. 00.«
Manofactorer* and J«bb«a la
BOOTS AND SHOES,
2U k 213 SOOTH WATBB-3T.. OHIOAQO. -
Mamtfactory at Wort Boilatqo. [xabfly
Owckerj, SUw*CMM W0t....-VTli.ltle.
OAAWFOSD IXABP AGO.
Imirartafß aad Deal as la
OBOOXBBT, GLASS AMD OHI*A<
BriUonla Wv^
Cl.tlt H»«w Whalealt.
I ISM. SPBIBO TBASB ISSS;
FIELD, BENEDICT A CO.,
SI & 83 Somtli ~Water Biiaal,
Ara aow melvlna their aaaal lanre stock of
Broadolotha, Oa« simera;
SOESX2VS TWXXDS 'VESTSIOfIJ
IAUBIIB, ZZHTVCXT JXA2IS, COTIOXi DB
CmUip, litaM u4 Una Drills,
TAIIOB'S TBIMMXJrOS, ETO, BTO.
To whlcfc «h> bvite the atttendon of the Trade.
fAns'j tor Scott's Eeoort of Paahloaa. mh«uai
9Zi, I»>t ««4 straw 6—>l» Wholmtlfc
BBHEDIOT BBAZ«Z*OBT & PABNAM.
WHOUSAIiE JOBBERS
V
Hats, Caps and Straw Goods i
Bhß *a<4JUTD47 LAZB STHBBT
nmig Mini, saaii. Dwr», tit.
WM. SOU>tE*S SASH PAOTOBT.
AH kln<to of sash, door% aad blinds, window sod doo?
—L«—, tIMWI
er made to order on the shorteet notice. Also, planlns,
ebealataed amil mminq, aad tarnlaa.- eaeeat cd in sU
their branchea. House tounmlnss of every var. ety aad
leesthtosslt oasteßeea Oeaatry orders wUd'.;c. and
promptly attended to. Sale Rooms and /actory at &*
Monroe Itrert. oe»r Qta Worts.
Curiap Kayritary.
BaT«Sarthf'J& Musiiotil
rersefOarrle<ea t Waialee and Sprlna Wagenfc Sepalr*
a^sga. l as?^^,^ «du. >
•A- S. A. BUL aaena aetOle
So KAIR 4c- CO*
* ac PLO ÜB,
■hMm mi •» sala at
TVS VOTXLTT MILLI
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