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BY TELEGRAPH.
TO the press and thibine.
XXXTth COK6B.KSS SECOYD SESSION.
Wash3otos, Feb. 23.
SENATE.
The Appropriation bill was read, and an at
tempt was made to get up the Cuba proposition.
Mr. Slidell said if tint proposition was postponed
How, be should consider it an evasion of a direct
vote on the question. He regretted that its friends
were mining, while the opposition seemed disin
clined and were better sitters. He trusted tlie
bill would be disposed of this session. A vote was
then taken oo the question of postponing the Cuba I
Wll, and decided affirmatively. Yeas 33, uajts I
The only amendment of importance introduced j
in the bill as reported from the Finance Commit- i
tee, was one making an appropriation ot $20,000 I
to take a census of the people of Kansas with a .
view to her admission into the Union ax a State.
One appropriating SO,OOO for the pay of the
Oregon Senators.
Aj«o, additional sections relating to the Mint,
viz: Extending the time for the issue of cents to
two years. Also, that when refined gold bullion
shall be deposited at the Mint, or its branches, the
Treasurer Khali make payments tberefor as roou
us it is coined, and that the charge for coining
from the refined gold bullion shall be j cf 1 per
cent., nil of which were adopted.
Mr. King, of N. Y., offered an amendment to
the bill that any earplug in the receipts over
the expenditures of the Amy Office in New
lorlc shall be expended under the direction of
the Secretary of the Treasury in the alteration
ot _ the premises, the purchase of machinery for
coining gold and silver, and that us soon as
possible coining shall be commenced.
King and Seward, of New York, advocated the
Tesalotion, and Mr. Blgler, of Pa, opposed it,
all with considerable pertinacity.
Mr. Hale of New Hampshire, thongh he had
ao partiality for either city, thought that the
New York office merely asked permission to
expend the savings it had made by judicious
management, ana that is economical and wise
to have the money coined at New York, where
the gold is brought, instead of having it carted
to Philadelphia and back.
Mr. Huuter, of Va,, raised a point of order.
Mr. Iverson, ot Ga., who was in the chair, sus
tained Mr. Hunter, and decided that the surplus
if there was any at the New York A*tay Office,
belonged to tbe Treasury, and hence Mr. Kiug'4
amendment was cqnjl to an additional appropri
ation, and therefore oat of order.
Mr. King did not appeal from the Chair's de
cision, but wonld take another opportunity to put
the subject before the Senate.
At a later period of the debate, Mr. Clingman,
*>l N. C., moved to strike out all appropriations
lor the Assay Office at New York.
Mr. Cameron, of Pa., said they are careful
and provident people in Philadelphia. He did
not mean to impeach tbe integrity of the peo
ple of New York; but they are a great people
there, and they do things magnificently and ex*
pensively. A great deal of money is wasted in
that great city, which aspires not only to be the
commercial, bnt the political metropolis of this
country.
Mr. Clingman said if his amendment prevailed
he wonld move to abolish the interior custom
bouses in New York State.
Mr. Seward said this was tbe first time he
bad ever beard or seen any member of that
House think he could attack the State of New
York by its deprival ot the patronage of the
federal Government.
Mr. Seward was perfectly willing for anybody
to try. Let them and go ahead and see how
they would come out. The New York Assay
Office bad been established four years, in which
time it had stamped $960,000,000 in gold, and
$45,000,000 in silver. The cosl of transport to
and from Philadelphia $X on SI,OOO on gold,
and $3 per SI,OOO on silver. Tbe transport of
tbe amount coined at New York was therefore
equal to $78,000 saved by the Assay Office.
Without action upon the bill, the Senate at 6
P. M. adjourned.
HOUSE.
Mr. Garnett alluded to the Post Office De-
Department expenses, which were increasing at
tbe rate of a million a year, and offered an
amendment restricting the Postmaster-General
to the amount of the present appropriation on
next year's expenditures.
Mr. Seward oflered an amendment providing
that tbe money shall be expended equally in
all tbe Btates. He did so to show the utter im
practicability of Mr. Garnett's position, that the
Post Office Department should be Belf-snatain
ing. Discussion ensued.
Mr. Garnett's amendment was rejected, ayes
54, nays not counted.
Messrs. Atkins and Avery defended the Post
Master General with much earnestness lrom tbe
charge that in selecting the overland mail route
be was influenced by personal considerations.
Without concluding action on the bill the
committee rose.
Tbe House passed tbe Senate bill incorporate
aog the Washington National Monument So
ciety.
Mr. Henry Cooler of Philadelphia, volun.
tarily returned to Washington to appear as a
witness before tbe committee to investigate the
charges against the late Superintendent of Pub*
lie Printing.
Mr. Hughes asked leave to introduce a bill to
revive tbe tariff act of
Mr. Phel{>s of Miv, had prorionslr tnorcd for
a recess till 7 o'clock t>r »j*neral «l*buto, otct
which a cosiest arvae which, was tcraana'.ed bv
an
lazes, rs.:ji srs:?E.
Arrrwii. j»
Xrr T:is. -?!io i-r'c:u ir*—''•it u i«r
ab«*c: S rustic ""U'.h nin-iimr. rint ui
pool on F« "-.2. n.tr ur'v.H* «:»ai
pated ey trie Pr.rv.e iz :aa^_
She brough; Z-i Bona
Yon Gcrolt, Mm-Wrr.
Latest—London, f'eb.jlh —F-n-i 1 ;e«-
terday at 4 decline, and j I>*-'r «.*.-/ c.i
Thursday. Quotation of nearly a'l o:j-r
of tecurities show * decided decline. win
alEoagrcat fall in Fn-nrli futid- yesyirdav. i:;
to j, makiug a fall of 1} in two diji and ta!h 0j
Fince New Veir'*.
The Daily Una* argues, from remark* of the
Premier and Chancellor of the Exchequer, that
the postion or foreign aflatre is mo?-t critical. Tr.e
ministers are unable to furnish authoritative in
formation respecting the intcutions of the French
Emperor. It i<* Jelt m»>re clearly than evcrtb.it
Ohe preservation or peace depends upon the will
of one individual.
The 7i>wVcity article fiaya the conviction in
that war i? juluid&d to bo provoked.
The discussion in Parliament his Iw! a very
discounting effect, wbich was greatly
by tbe announcement of the attempt ol Sardinia
to make a ban, and the imperial pamphlet on
Italy.
All tbe other city journals are also speculating
on tbe war question. The 'lima seys:—"The
torch ot war but once lighted, no one can tell
where it can be quenched. To England there
aeemc bnt one duty, that of saying energetical,
ly, that without war or anv disturbance of tho
general peace ol Europe, Jialythall It fru "
In another part of their urticle the Tima
asjs: *'lt is presumed that the Sardinian loan
is intended to be raised at Turin, under French
guarantee. In London it would be scarcely en
tertained for a single moment.
The fall in the live per cents, since the Ist of
January has already been equal nearly to ten
per cent. '
Advices by telegraph state that lighting has
commenced in Montenegro.
The Russians had been repulsed in their at
tempt to take tbe town of Ghelnejik, on the Cir*
caasian coast. 4
Arrival ol the Orcrland Mail.
St Locis, Feb. 22.—'Tbe Overland California
mail, with dates to the 28th uIL, arrived here to
sight.
A fight between a party of volunteers under
Captain Messeck and atorge body ol Indians
ceccred in Humbolt Co. 20 Indians were killed
a number taken prisoners.
The Los Angelos Viruyard says there are
good rani! to behere toatopirty or fineen
m«o belonging to the Stockton and Albnquer
«i.Q| ®o m P*ny bad been mua&cred on the
bj tbe Moh.xe Indiuu.
Tbe fight between the Mohaves and CoL Hoff
man s escort is confirmed.
Victoria dates to the 22d olt., ha« been re
eeired. A bi» to legaliie the decimal cnrrenl
«T had been introdoced in .the Vancarer'a li
land Assembly.
Lirge amounts of merchandize were beintr
amnggled into Bnt.ili Colombia from the adj..
cent American towns.
fr£ r ir^. ri l^ h .J d rittn ""ralfeet, but wa»
frwolice, and the miners were generally at
A card published in tbe San Franciaco Herald.
•udorseing tbe course aud address o! John Nu
gent, caused considerable excitement at Vic
toria. Several countercards appeared,
that teavy rains had fallen
throughout California.
There bad been considerable emigration from
Texas to tbe Gils gold mines.
Captain Johnson, a passenger from Fort Belk*
nap, en route to Washington, was robbed us he
stepped from tb* train at the Pacific Railroad
depot of f 1,0 c.. i.id several hundred dollars
worth of Tteasur." drafts.
Fiom Waskington.
Wasdixotox, FtS. 22.—The Timu* Wash
uglon says:
** I ha*'' just learned on excellent anthoritv
the* ' .o Ooinmissioners are on their way to Su
*:aomas, sent byMiramonto invite Santa An
sa back to Mexico, to take charge ot Mexican
' siffcira. This is considered a European move-
Blent.
General Alverez of Mexico, has empowered
l)r. Smith to get arms, amunition and officers,
but so men. He baa aent to Gen. Wheat, ten-
Bering bis former commission as Brigadier Gen
«ral.
amendment to the thirty million
BUI, or which be gave naticeto day, is consider
ed indicative of the certain defeat of Slidcll's
proposition.
Tbe Southern Pacific Railroad.
K*w Oeluks, Feb. 22.—Preaident Fowlkea
left here for Marshall. Texas, on Saturday, to
be present at tbe sale of the Southern Pacific
Railroad, on tbe Ist of March. He has publish*
cd a statement showing the deficit to be S2OO
- and says that he shall buy the road for the
•todcholders of the old company, under judg
ment of the court
New York Items.
New Yosx, 22d—John Minor Botts addressed
an immense aodicncc to day upon national politics,
at the Academy of Music- His sentiment* were
enUiasiftMtically responded to.
The Birthday of Washington tns appropriately
«*«o**ted by the military and various civic so.
«wt*es. Tbe weather was propitious and the
•ttcets were thronged throughout the day.
Charles fiiißser»
_WasßXMrair, Feb. 22.—Information is rsceiv*
•d here from Hon. Charles Samner that his
btalta tSßaeh improved* and that he will r*.
J552K touted. " ,bollld
Arrival of the Steamer Bremen*
Halifax, Feb. 22.—The steamer Bremen,
from Bremen the 6th. put in here short of coaL
On the Bih she spoke to tho American ship
Tickler.
She reports that warlike rnmon continued
throughout Europe.
Another Slaver Taken*
Norfolk, Feb. 2L—Tho bark Julia Deane, of |
Charleston, Captain Headland, with a Cargo of :
rice, dry goods and rnm, arrived here in charge
of Lient. Brown, of the Vincennes. She was
taken as a slaver off coast Castle.
Kentucky Opposition Convention.
Loctsville. 22d. —Tbe Kentucky Opposition
Convention, Ex Governor Letcher, President,met
to-day. There was an immense crowd. Nearly
evciy county in tbe State was lepresented.
Tbe "Black Warrior " Steamer.
Nbw Yoee, Feb. 22 —There is very little
hope of saving the steamer Black Warrior. The
epecie and baggage were brought up to the city
last night.
Sailing of tbe Lebanon*
New Yobk, Feb. 22.—Tbe steamship Lebanon
will leave this port on Thursdoy at noon for
Liverpool.
New York market*
pr Tzuoaxra.] Nsw Yen*. Feb. 21.183>.
Pyjca.—Firm and hunyart. Bales 11,400 tble at
SO for saoer Bt*l«; So 1W86.10 for t xtra flute: • > 40&5 b0
fwiQperWat ro: »&[email protected] ;<r common to medium ex
lia V (.'stem. MFrkctcio ing firm. lanadUu—sales 200
bbUetS66)ft7.Sofrr comnHDto choice extra. Bm*U
B-Oes Rye flour hi |3.7»<54.-J. Backwueat 11-ur dull ILSO
'"Gaiwf.—'Wbei Dnn for rood uraflM. Cotcroou acd lo
frr or dull. 8.1«? a 25.U0J bus n* Si.4o winter red Western:
51.60(0r white Ulcr.ifaa; |1.70 for wtdie Keataeky Md
cbolct- mtlth on rrivate rtruß. Rye qa-.et «t J3®fcsc.
Barley dul< atfcO&tSc; choice *t toe
wcra oncharifd. • t. lor mixed
A e»tera 1-. eiore dedrtreJ. a d for n ; w white and
yellow Foutbera. Oalj dull blstds< forfcUt . and 6.<262c
for Hettcrn. . „ , . ,
WuicKT— Whiiky unchansed. Sties of&>0 barrels at
"^H^vrsroKS—Porkfln»«T. Sates bbls at Sl7 SO®
17.76 forbid mesw: SIB 12&18 for now do: #13.75 for
iiriße. Beftf steady. *t W.UKiT for coan
-ry prime: S7-7>»9 fordo mesi: 1875® 11 ?or rtjected
me»s: S2lfi <SI2 'or for ext'» do. Aieef btms steady.
«ilta3oo bblsKt [email protected] CO ire* pr me mess eoHat
S'B t Btm-Mteflrm. S»!es:lX) at 6X67c for shoul
ders: bsmi. Ores4ed > ocsquiet at SXd'JKc.
]i«'Hfirmer. 8 leibc-obbUatll\'Wl:**c. EutieracUve
Kt 116(10 for Ohio and I6<&2?c for ttate. Cheese una a'.
JbXQ, HHc.
B. P. Downlnc will Pe m Candidate
for City Treasorcr before the Bejcblic&n Conventlou on
Thundaynext f<S2-2t
For Street Commissioner, N'ortli Di>
vjsiojt—Tbe ucderslsned bees leave to lnfors the voters
of thf North Division th't he Is a candidate for the offlce
of Btreet Oommlssloner at tbe next Municipal Election,
subject to the nomination «f tbe Eepubllean Convention.
fel22w* WILLI »MB.
For Alderman, 7tU Ward.— I o John
Aistoi, Esq —1 he residents of the Seventh
Ward, havlns been acqa: Inted with you for a number of
years, and knowing you to have been locs Identified
with tbe Republican Party, and bdl-vissyoo competent
HBdcapab eof representing thh Ward as Alderman In
tbe Common Co.ncll, would ask tbe liberty cf us'ce
year name for nomination at tbe Primary Meeting on
Wedneaiay, the 23d Inst.:
Oio'ceW. Dexter, HETblelcke,
N B Tailor. Anthony O Hefslne,
AW etar-on, Andrew Nehon.
Isaa<* N Ha*mou. Ch«r:ea J Sandell.
Oba* lea H Hunt, Henrv Wendt.
6 B Hubbard. Charles Dr&ndorft
H P Ma'sh. H irieatye,
W H Wnsb, POHus&ander,
K'l's Fhlpman, T Eoeraon.
Alex Wolcovt, John Wolt*.
N Mesrs. Aujastoi braonlnx. J. P.
N Gisendra'J;, Joan iJotten^er.
John HertlOE. Kro-t Klokkc,
Arno'd Kroßer, W O Ba'tners,
Jasepb boeHe, HJ Baxter,
Jacob Endert, Joseph Broich.
John H MuhJte. W Beitolelt,
B B Bejtole. Htnrelch Schmidt,
Joseph Taylor. JCGrapts,
Hcr.ry dcbacbt. Kobert Knight,
Henry Dererman. P Peters n.
David Goodwllhe, Fbililo Stsinmuller,
Andrew Morltz. N X Pettrgon,
J 8 Melville,
To 0.8. Habbard, Charles Huat, N. E!sendrath. J-hn H
Mohlke, Itaac N; Uannoa. Henry Wecdt, Joiepb
Bros h. Flscber, N. Ktar*. J. 8. Melville,
Anthony O. Hes'lEß. Oeo W. Dexter, Henry Dever
man. J. O- Grants, Braonlnjc. J.P„ and ethers.
Guttui(ei:-I feelhkhly flittered at tbe reqa'.iillon
of your and other cltiier.a of tbe 7th Ward In asking zsy
name to be pat before the Primary Meeting for nsmlna
tlon for the office of Alderman of ihit Ward. In com
plying with you: request, should I be comlrated and
succeed In securini tbe election I thall ditcharce the
duties faithfully and to the beat if my ablilty.
I am with respect, yours very truly,
feSS2.» ' JOHN ALSTON.
iTTIO COMMENCE, TUESDAY, MARCH 1,
The Sprin s and Snmmer Term
—OF TBI—
Northwest'rn Female College
EVANSTOX. ILLINOIS.
[l2 Miles North from Chicago.]
TOTAL BKGCLIt CUASOKB.
Academic D'P.. (per half year) •<£ M
College *' ?4
Tli-ifrliarpc i Include Board. Tuition In all studies re
currd oi irra'uatci and all of which are
i-haivrd as" Cxiraa. * except Music. M'dernLtnauuftes.
ttinauirnial lira..cbes ami * asliioc—tlie last item being
vh»rx?a titty per drtea. li will be at a
£ C.at uacy who air nuw reKlerilri: th» eJucatlon
(.•f diugtie:* s ; tbt berdccaunt U.em at tue aune
i: itei arv row boardlnx them lnU.eclty.
1 wile ti?y fr- T vli Uzorai.ce.
Fijtltil. Htotil ni Horsl Dlsclplicf,
Irs Ll ir:rj s .i£ ';r i:lz.*:'r'.icn. rarhTrvchcr
jos *. Hi tii zi ii* j-.zz* ladles zt. ei
v zazn =.-=-4s:i Utir r*b;ta aait-rcprte
-7 if leocraeas, ;he Pre^jent.
»». P. JO;«£S. a. SL. »T»a»v.n.
fiIT =5! iw ur. ficxO) ?blc*»o.
HOr=E A>'D L' .T FOR SALE SITUATED
cc the corner of Wood and Warren streets In the
• tic Lr.rjl'ji. asar Csion Park, occupied by k. P. Hay
wirl. Tie icsre la sew. boilt of brick two itorlaa and
cue* kaeeaect twestr-focr oy fifty-three feet, win a fine
ztterrizorj: £alitrlla tat auit faanionable manner
w.i.- ly cyitra IsproTecaeota—marble mantels,
n>%. As., kz —w a.d be a residence. The
ly. j cx*.y-r r t if one t-"d:ed ani twent»-aeven feet,
vlic a twenty foot ai.er la the rev of It : will be sold
»ry ctje canal time, or the whole of tb e purchase
scz.<*7 say reaain on ooruue oa It and other property
• car or £ve i-.krx. or It wul be exchantced for un
rea! t* a»« secaritiet bavlut aeveral years to
m AtLlrtoE.T. BiKKEtL P.O. Box No
O. H. BLHVa. li Dearto.ra I—goom 8. ie»e3oao*
Hope Fire Company,
OF 17CW TOEK CITY.
£*sh Afi&eU $175,000*
Riraaranfl (jt ACTB'JkrTT) II CEICIOO.
Cemolds. Fiy k On., Ogden. Fleetwood A Oc M
Benedict, Mallory A Parnam. Clark k Dater.
T. O. VAN BUH£N, Agent,
South East cor. of Bodh Water and
sr>ini7latt> UP BTAIBi
"water wheels.
VANDEWATER'S
RectiiUy Improved Jouval Turbine
WATER WHEEL.
Office* No* 81 South Clark Street,
CHICAGO.
I OFFER THIS IMPROVED TURBINE
Water Wbeel to the public with the fullest confidence
and asaarance of Its
SUPERIORITY OVERALL OTHER WHEEL 6,
Without any exception. They are wctl adapted to (and
bare been tested lnj mils of all descriptions. They give
a very
STEADY AND UNIFORM SPEED,
And are well adsptcd to very high as well aa very lov
beadaandfalls. They will work well In back water with- ,
oit any material losa of power, and are not troabled
With Ice, astbey are set Insldeof the forebay and dls
chanted underneath. It require? a small amount of gear
lag to get op a hitch speed, eosts bat Uttle to set up, and
raas upon a step that needs no oiliae. and will last for i
years, This Wheel la capable ofyieldlos a power of from j
7i)U> ® per cent, of the whole power of the water (accord, i
log to the degree of finish of wheel) under high beads 1
aad falla, and In all cases It la warranted to work up to
the power laid down la the table and to give satisfaction ,
vben properly put od and geared.
Rude. County and Tuwn territories for isle,
fnrfurtherpartlcularsaeecirculars. which can be ot« i
taioed at th« Asent'a Office, No. £1 South Clark ct, |
JRANOIS HAfiVkT. Proprietor ,
Se34-lr-ky73 Q. J. UoDOCGALL. Assni. |
■r (\(\ PIECES SATINETTS JUST RE- ;
Ovlv/ celved and for tale by i
FIELD, BENEDICT k CO.. I
jaS cor, ot btate aad Water eU.
NORTH AMERICAN
IFire Insurance Company.
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
PAID UP CAPITAL *3OO 000.
Insure against Loss by irire only.
HUBBARD A HUNT, Agents, Chicago, corner Las&lls
and Bouili Water street*.
NORWICH FIRE INSURANCE COUP A
NY, of Norwich. Oonn.
PAID UP CAPITAL *176 000.
HUBBARD k liUNr. Ajtents, corner of Bouth Water i
and Clark sU-ecU. Kwt Floor. Loombi' oegSbSOfl !
Peorii Marine & Fire iLsu'nce Co.
OF PEORIA.
Pud Up in Ca«h 300,000
SIKU'E iSD FIEE RISKS rXDERWRIITES
ON MOST FAVORABLE TERMS.
liOMca Promptly Adj a a ted and Fald at
Hiia Agoucy,
J. ACG.WRIGIIT. At#nL
ia4 bWOly Ko.UaßcaihWtoff
AKILER'3 UNION* FIEE IKSURAKCE
CO. Capital and Sorplus t)60,000
COHNBCncUT MUTUAL UF£ INS. CO.
Acquired CapUaL $3,000 000
JNO, Q. ACKLE7. Aaeut. '
No. 4 MassnlcTemble, Chlcaco, lit,
FIRE. UABXKE and UFE*IS'iuR N :E ed for any
atponntdetres at reaaouable rates In reUaltls Esstexn
Companies. laTtWly
JW. 8 K INKLE & CO..
• GENERAL DEALSES IN
U3KBI* LATH. &UIUQLBL TUUES, PICKETS, AO.
CLEAR LtJHBEI,
OUR VLOORIHQ,
—Hy-oM J. W.BKIWELt A QO
Sextons aud UndertaKera,
xo. n u exLLi stseit.
TTAVEONHAND, AT ALL TIMES, evekt
fl style aad F.n'j(h, Wood, Lead, and 7.lcc Collins; also
abrooCs. And are prepared with tiearsen and CarrUaex.
acd ererytilDC reqatatie for Fanen>ta:and may
oa eaßd.aßdraadyiogireprocsptsuaQUoQtaUielr basl.
assaatal* hours.
They ato kare a Chapel and is tbe Cemetery.
an 9 WKtOHT A UrCLUKfi. j
ZJIASsI GLAaiTi QLASS! 1!
VX Plate and Do«Wa ttlcjt Glass, of larts slses. Aa
Msoiisd Shook tor sale lowiy
T7INEQAR I—GENUINE NEW JKESET
V CldsrVlneer, torsatobythe bbl. sS
Jlfl . , BAWrntt. PAIGB'A OO
WH» WboMs DraoiMi ii Ukt mmU
Insurance.
gTATEMEKT OF THE CONDITION
TO* THI
Fire Insurance Company
BUde U tbe Auditor of the Stile of lllitels,
JANUARY 1.1859.
I lie name of the Company li the Hartford Fire Insu
rance Company, and li located at Hartford. CU
CAPITAL
5 ftie amonnt of Capital Stock la. $500,000 00
8 The amount ot Capital Btodc paid op 15... 6W),00U 00
4 ASSETS.
Oash onhand M3.4SS S3
Cash In bands of Agents or In oowm of „
transmission M.lo® 51
Balances oo boek doe tbe Oompany, 18.7rs 2o
Bdlreeelrable.aeeeredbyperson'ltecmitr. fß&ii 66
Real Estate an en cambered ifi.OJUOO
Par Value, ftlarket.
Ell share* Hartford B'k Stock *SIIOO €7,43] 00
«io .. Pboealz .... 40000 40UX)00
100 .. Coon. River Bank's 00. &'k 6,i00 #4OO W)
ao .. Farmers' k fclech'a B'k bt% 2»,0u0 22.8U0 00
300 .. Exchanse .. .. HUM) ai
1;4 .. City .. .. 13400 liSS'OO
150 .. B'k of Hartford Oo 7600 8.03 00
2W .. Charter Oak .. .. *UUO S .400U)
150 .. Mercantile .. .. 15,000 14.UM0)
122 .. Merch'u A MannTrs.. .. Is9oo 13 860 00
137 .. ißtna .. .. 12.7 0 14 316 00
£OO .. AmericsnExeh'se .. .. Su.o-0 Sltfiuo
Suo .. Bank of America .. 30,000 SiKX) UJ
SOO .. Bank of Ooamerce .. T-O.OOJ 2\l<o 00
SCO .. Importer A Traders B'k .. luOOO JQ,«o CO
a*) .. Manhattan Co 10,000 13.50 00
sioo .. Blerchants' .. .. 10.000 IIOU 00
aw .. bnlon .. .. 10,000 10 kw oo
200 .. Ocean .. .. 10.CO0 9.H00 00
l'O .. Uankof North America .. IQ.OU) 11.0 0W
3iO .. MetropoUtan B'k .. 3aooo 33.450 oo
ino ~ Blackstone .. .. 10 000 io,s'« 00
100 .. Bank of Commerce •• 10.000 10.375 00
10 .. Suffolk .. .. LOOO 1.270 00
lio .. Hide *ndLeather .. itC'tiO 10.5-.OU)
1(0 :: Granlu .. .. laOOO 1U.30-JOO
100 .. Webster .. .. 10,04) 10.750 0J
lou .. National •• .. 10000 10,300 (0
iro !! Atlantic - - 10.000 ia*2s 00
10J .. B*ktl ateofUlasssrl .. 10.000 'O.OOO 00
100 .. HartiordA N.H-K-R. .. 10.00J 12.230 00
I 9J .. Conn. Hirer .. .. 2000 I.OUOIO
120 .. Conn. River Company .. 12 000 3,uw 00
84 Hartford B*ds, 6 *cu due 1%76. 34.000 24 720(0
SOhloßtae .. 6 .. .. 1860, 10,000 lITOTo 00
20 BUchlssn .. 6 .. .. 1b63, 20.000 2UWU)
aOTennmee .. * .. .. IcSQ, 20 000
D. 8. Trearary Notes, C4X VcU 14,000 14,035 uO
Total amonnt of Assets, •598.633 23
[LIABILITIES.
6 No liabilities to Banks, or otners. due or
tot doe.
6 No losses adjusted and dot
7 Lo'eeseithtr onacjusted or f aM CIS 29
8 Adjusted and not oae, So
9 Losses In sn'pt-nse waiting far
ther proot, Irdadedln last
answer above. „
10 All other claUm against the Ca 9,695,97
Total am't of Liabilities, H68.909 96
II Tbe nxlr of tbe Company la not to exceed Sio.ooo In
aoy onerhk,aubJecttolussbyaiinslefire.
12 TheamonntlnsaiediDacltyorTlllace.depen(fsapon
lta alie—generally all thedealrablertsk to be bad;
subject to tbe rale iaet.bove aamed.
IS The amonnt insured In «ny oce block of bandings,
deper dj upon lu site and constmalon. subject
to the rn'e above referred to.
14 The Act of the same ai filed in Jan*
uarr.lfiM,
TlfllO. C« AItLYNi SicntaiTt
[ORIGINAL.]
[Certificate to expire on the 31st day of January, 1669.1
AuDrraa'6 Orncc. Btat* or lixikois.)
&raacncLn.!Janaary, 1859. )
Whereas, the Hartford Fire Insurance oompany,
located at HarifoM, In the State of Connecticut,
has filed In this office a statement of tbe condi
tionoi Its affairs, as required by "An Act to regulate tbe
Agendes cf Insurance Oompanles not Incorporated by
tbe State of Illinois," approved Febroary 17, 1855. andan
act amendatory thereto, approved January 22, 1657; and
whereas, aald Oompany has famished satisfactory evi
dence that It is possessed of the required amount ol capi
tal Invested In stocks and mortgages, and has filed In this
office a written Instrument, a'goed by tbe President and
Secretary thereof, appointing H. B Willmarth of Chicago,
its Agent for tbe transaction of the bualoesaof said Compa
ny.and fully andunreservedly authorising him to aclaiowl.
Mge aervics of process for atd on behalf of said Com
pany. consenting that service of process upon him, the
said Agent, shall be taken and held to be as valid as If
servea apontbe Company, and waiving all claim of wror
by reason of such service, A .
Now, therefore, in pursuance of the provisions of the
Act aforesaid. L Jesae K Dubois, Auditor of Public Ac
count* of the State of lUlnolv do hereby certify that the
said Henry B. Hl'lmarth Is authorised as an Agent for the
said Company, to transac* the business of Insurance in
tills btate, until tbe thirty-first day of January, In the year
eighteen hundred and sixty, so raras he maybe legally
empowered so to do by aald Oompany. *
in testimony wbereoL I have hereunto subscribed my
name, and affixed tbe aealof my office, at Springfield,
this fifteenth day of January A. D. 18i9.
JICaSKK. DOBOlfl,AudiiorP.A.
H. B. WILLHARTH, Agent,
j a 27 c 991 m Comer South Water and Clark-sti,
PHOENIX
INSURANCE
COMPANY,
—or—
Hartford. Conn.
Sx !>• LOOSin, Preaident*
H, KELLOGG, Secretary.
WESTERN BKiNCD OFFICE,
rtTTWf!! IVIWArPTJ
M. 3NIA.G-IXjI1», Grezieral Ajcsnt.
STATEMENT OF ASSETS, JANUARV 8,1859.
Examined and approved by the Auditors of Wlseoni'n,
lowa. Indiana. Ohio, Illinois and Tennessee, in compll*
ance with the Laws ol thoae States.
CASH CAPITAL $200,000 00.
CASH ASSETS, tU&OM 69.
Cash, on band and In bank • 5145111
•* due and trom Agents
14*7 shares New York bank stocks 11l *3" 50
1100 •* Hartford - " 114906 00
10J " otherN. C. M " 87-6 00
Am'tloanedonMorUa&esof Seal Estate 30300 00
" Pledge of Bank -tocks
20 Water Bonds of the towo of New Britain,
Connecticut 10 500 00
10C P.SLB.R. Honda, guaranteed 7,500 00
Accumulated Interest on Investments 3,357 00
Bea! Hftate owned by the Company, unincum
bered 6.406 71
Total Assets $419 084 66
Liabilities, being unadjusted losses and those
not due $31,343 00
The foregoing statement presents such a view of the
Company's position as must Impress tbe conviction oa
the minds of all of Its solvency and healthy condition.
The amount of lta liabilities la less than Coupanles do
ixusolarse and extensive a butlnets generally show
"no long and large list of unpaid losses," as a eet ofl
a*alnsi accumulations a r e b* re
ir, therefore, yon want Insurance in a First-Class Insu
rance Compuny. ro to the "PHCBSIX" throuibanyof
itiautLoilsed Agenta and your application will be re-
acd boslaess promotly attended to.
Agents In most of the prominent towns and cities
of tbe Union.
BRANCH OFFICE. Nos. 31 and S3 West Third s!., op
posite Masonic Temple, Cincinnati O.
A*enta appointed, correspondence attended to. losaea
adjusted and paid, and ail business of tbe Western
Branch attended to wlthdlsoatch and fidelity by
U. UAGILL, General Agent.
a 5: MAGILU } eMd ' l Airau t ° d Ailiaitin.
gY STATE AUTHOKITY
OHOIOD lrt OX. ASS INBUB AN OB
—FT TSI
lBl9—Cluuter Perpetual.
CASH CAPITAL $1,000,000.
[Absolute and Unlmpared
With a Surplus of 9666,140 10*
And tbe prestige of 30 years success and experlenoe.
The Capital alone being double that «f any Flro Insu
rance Oompany In tbe Onlted States.
ASSETS. JULTISt, 1865.,
Otb on band and deposited In Hartford
llTO.m 18
Cash tn trasalt and Agents' bands.. 1K719 06
0.8. Treasury Notes, 6per cent. Interest , 2.&00 00
lia Btate Bonds- 146,550 00
Money due the Oompany. secured by mort
Beal Estate unincumbered 8.383 01
Bills receivable 64.459 84
siinrriin
ISI Bonds,«, 1, andlfl » cent. Interest annu-
ill* 161.350 00
;«7 shares Railroad 5t0ck.................. *i,77i 00
£6 shares Connecticut Elver 00. Stock.... 1,350 (JO
SO shares Stafford Bank Stock S.2SO 00
(0 shares Waterbuiy Bank 8t0ck.... 6,250 00
16 shares Providence Bank Stock. 1.&T2 00
Iffa shares Hartford Bank atock SW.lia M
JLOJO shares New York Bank Stock Mi74o W
15 shares Jersey City Bank Stock 1.600 00
lOUsharea D.B. Trust 00. New York Stock. IL3OO 00
fl U0 shares New York. L. L and Trust Ood* __
pany Stock., 94,?o000
•Lt566.H0 ID
TOTAL LIABILITIES:
Unsettled Claims not due WQ3.7148
Lmsu EqIUVIT iiUsstod ind Pr.*ptlj Paid.
UFWASD9 OF *11,000.000 of loses have been
paid by the Jttna Insganoe Oompany Is the past S9
yeart
Fire and Inland Navigation.
accepted at terms oonslstent with solrsncr and
wr ijrofiU
bnedsl attention given to Insuranoeof Dwellings aad
Contents for terms of Of one or five years.
Organised on a NATIONAL basis, wtth standee to
tbe principal dUes and towns. Oaah transacUona. free
from the objections of ths credit system. Application
made to any duly authorised Agent provntly attended
t&, SSS«SSB4I!SSBSta
by any of Us duly author
ised Agenta.
Branch Office 171 Tine street. Otorinnaß.
attended to with dispatch and flililllf MA
J. B. BZKHZTT, Gtoanl
HUB BAUD A HUNT, i Agents, Ohlctfw.
W. B. PATCH. Btate
CJTATEEENT OF THE CONDITION OF
O the Niagara Fire Insurance Oompany of toe city of
New York on the first day of January. 1359, In conformity
with the Law of Illinois:
first—The name of tbe Company la tbe N1 vara Fre In-
KTsnce Oompany. and is located In the City and State
SeroniWTOeamount of Us Capital Btock Is Two Hundred
amount of Its Capital Stock, paid up. Is
$300,000.
fourth—L Cash on band and In the hands of
uecti ..$2^18.73
8- No Real EsUte. _ 4
3. Six Uodson River KaUroadTfij
mortcage. 7 per cfnt ..latnn fT, r iQfl,oo
4, Debts due the oompsny secure* by
bonds and martgages, ,bdng all
first litis and of whleh more
than 1100.000 Is upon property
worth do&bip the amount mort
gaged thereon all V c.-nt Interest. 51M50.00
6. Loans on Sleeks payable on d*:
is and of the market yslne of
S B ,K
• 6. Debts for rrem'ums .PiH
7. Aliocher securilles,... BM3.M
Total Asaets of the Company ...W1*,055.71
fifth—The company owes no bank or other
eredlton... cone.
Sixth—Losses adjuted and due none.
Berentb—Loeees adiastcd and not one.. none.
yiri>'h—Lootsd i r ............. 5.900.c0
Nlntb-L«sesm sospense waltlac farther proof
Tenth—No other dfias against aJbe company., nope.
Total of liabilities of the Oomp»ny... f 7JC0..0?
Eleventh—Tbe great Bit amount Insured to any
oce risk..... 15,C00.»
1 No general rulei on theae points,
Tweifth 1 but eeldom exceeding *IO.OOO.
Ihbteeeth f addytieri* to tbe dur. and
H. B. Agsot.
dDrnvOUtka&dSovih WftMrMrMt.
QFFICE OF THE MUTUAL INSURAHOE
Company, of Buffalo. February 10th. ISS.
e Trattee*. In oootonoitv to tht Ch irter, sabmlt the
following statement of theaffal sof the Company ca tbe
Sd of Feurovy. 1^69;
Oaesrned Premiums. Feb. 3 'OB, S3
Prtmlums rectlved for the year 313.tt8 bl
Tota' Premlams ...#331,463 06
Amount received fcrUariae ri5k5..1174.72149
Am;unt received for Fire BLks.... 87.318 25
ilusTw
Earned premiums fortheyear $313,463 33 ;
PAID A 1) FOLIOWS:
&larirelnasea.re.Uiarineeaadcom- _ „
mlnicas 1156.F34 21
Fire Losses- * k«l 47
Expenses. 13.71433 uas»l3
13Ur«o 19
Deduct unpaid losses, estimated <OO9 00
Total profit* fortheyear .1127 9(3 19
ASSETS.
Cash on hand and !n Baak 1187J61 87
Loans on eonds and Morigsg-s. United States,
Mate of New fork stocks aad other securi
ties .a? <49 14
Su am Tug, pumps, and personal property 20.(20 71
Li!H receivable 84 >34 73
lialaoce doe from Agents asd others 4 3:5 t-7
Salvages and vesstl property 30«J-4 S7
ToUl Assets. $494 533 ©
Toe Truitee's have d*c'ared a Scrit Dividend of Forty
per cent. <4oj. out of tbe prolis fjr tbe year. Parties iu
terested can obtain their certificates oa aad af.er tbe Ist
cay of Uaicboiat.
Tbe iras eet bare als 1 ) decisred a Cosh of
Seveal7> percent, o" tbe outstinJing scrip of the Com
pany, out if the accumulated latereit payable, on the Ist
dav< f March at tbe office of the Commas.
The Trustees have further aeelartd tha* after rcerv'ng
srme three laodred thousand do>!ars of profit* (WU -
100, thattcecertificitesissced cy this Omp*ny in I±S3
aal ia <'a;h on aad after thi Ist of
Marchx-ezt onprrseautlon a. the • fficjof Ue Compa
ny, and that all .other
A A. EUSTAPiiIiVE, tecrctary.
TausTai*.
Dean Richmoafl, 8 H Fish,
o H.tcicock, SShtoinl,
H Bl Klnne F H Tows.
D N Tattle. Cyi as Clark,
GeoSHasara, t. G spanking.
K O Pa'ner. Schui ler 'o e,
JasC Evans. A t Ed&tapbieve,
Brpilmai Lathrop, (1T Will.ams.
Jason Parke.*, 81 cu 1F Kratt,
8 • Jewtt'. M 8 uawley,
8 E wo thington, J <} De hler,
B W ilowed, Mi es Jones.
JAMZSC. EVANti President,
fclLAri d, KIHH. Vice President.
Jonr BaaaTVAV,lnspector acd Aaglaeer.
SAMUEL T. ATWATER, Agent,
2 Dole's Building 2
Cor. Clark and South Water-sis, Chicago.
tfel6 tS37 2w]
gTATEiIENT OF THE CONDI HON
OP TUE
PEORIA
MARINE & FIRE WsUMNCE
COMI»A.IT _ sr,
—OP—
Peoria, Illinois.
FEBEUAEY FIEST, 1859.3
Amount of it* Capital
Amount of Ui Capital flock paid ap.. &K',U.O
The Assets of the Company are
Cash onbani and latauds of ageat* $ 23.605 90
Re* 1 Estate, at incumbered e.315 00
Boadsowned by the Co. draaiaglOperct 52,700 uO
Loans secured by Moitgsge of Ke-1 Es'ate,
worth doable the amocnt 1 ai.el tLtreoa, u
dra«i?cia per ceat Merest. 113,613 71
All other coailstiaa of discounted
blils.nr>tes. drat* and arc ptanres matur
ing daily. having from slg. ttoni etydais
from date to run, drawini 12 per cent, in
terest 178.291 C 3
Total Assets $352,636 34
Liabilities.
Amoant doe or not dae to Baaks or other creditors
of the Company $3,500
Losses ndiUited and due ...none,
Loswes adjaned and not dae 1/00
L'sst* anndjastei none.
Losses la bus >• nse and wilting farther jroof. 2.'00
Ail other claims agalast the uompany none,
DIBE0TOB8:
Isaae Uaderb'll. PeorUL B. L. T. Boarland, Peoria.
Alexander G. Tyng, " Hdaey Pulstfer,
ILN.Wbee.er, " Cbatle* Hoil.nd* "
Lewis Ho land. " Wm. A. Herroa.
Wn B Phe'ps. " Elitard Gregg,
ilUam Fcnii. " Phho Holland,
Baoael Howe, Chicago.
ISAAO UNOFBHILL, Prest.
OHAS. HOLLAND, Betfj.
J. Aug. Wright, A gent,
148 South Water St 148
DOLE'S BUILDING, CHICAGO.
[feia c2lB 4w]
gTATEMENT OF THE CONDITION
—CTTM—
HOME INSUPiiNIE COUP ANY,
On the First dayof Jannary, A. D. 1859.
Made to iht Auditor of the State of Illinois, pur
tvant to the Statute of that State,
NAME AND LOCATION.
The name of this Company l« "Tbe Home lasaraoce
Oompaay." lacorporated ia 1653 aad located la the city
of Mew York.
CAPITAL.
Tbe capital of said company a'tuailypald
up in cash is 460 > «ioooo
Tbesur.luiontnelst Jan., ISW. 7J
Total an't capital and surploj 151,042,43 l 73
ASSETS.
Amoant of cash In bank $ 85 401 29
.. .. baiancelnbandsofageaUaad
In coarse of transmUslon 17,729 81
.. Unincumbered real estate owned by
the compaay 67,621 00
.. Loans 00 bond aad moitrages. beia
first 1-. la of record 00 urin'umbered
reales atp. worlb at least IllTiMkiQ.
and on «hlch there li less thaa oae
year's Interest due and owing 591,55*2 03
.. Loans m aad mortgages oa
which there Is dae more than toe
year's iaterest none.
«• Loaa» ou (locks aati boads payable on
demand, tbe market value of secari
ties pledged. 4153 *>7 109.550 00
.. al otherl aasm«d?t-ythe company
not included In preceding ittrai noae.
.. ba.k stocks ow. Ed by the company,
(market value) 83,000 00
.. due th» company on wblchjudfmcnts
have be n obtained 'one.
U. tf. Tre»«ury Notes, (oark't %alue,) 77147 £6
.. Assessments on the stock of the com
psnyca'ltd in and d e a*>d unp*id.
orptemiura notes dae and unpaid... none.
Missouri State bo ds, 6 perct. (mar
ket value; 17150 00
laterett actually doe and unpaid.... 14.L5J 30
~ Premla-asdueaadaacolectedoapol
leirs issued at tbe office
Bill* receivable for premiums oa In
land naviaatioa risks 8,024 74
Total Aa?ets $1,077,990 40
LIABILITIES.
Amouatof Losses ai'jasted aad dae and un
paid none,
.. Lone* incurred and la proscsj of ad
justment $10,113 29
~ Losse-reported, oa which ao action
has been ttkeo 9.591 S3
.. Claims for les-es resisted oy the Co.. 15m9 H4
Dlvldesds declared dus and unpaid.. Slj 00
.. .. either cash or script de
clared. Vut not yet cue cobs.
.. Money borrowed none.
All other existing claims aga'nst the
company none.
Total am't Losses. Claims and Liabilities ...$33,558 68
Ite greatest amoant Insured at any one risk Is 430.000,
but will not, as a general rule, exceed SIO,CKU,
The company have no seaeraltule as to tae amoant al
lowea to beiasured In aay c:t>, town. Village or blcoz.
It b ins the loteatloa of tbe compaay to distribute Its
risk* la auch a manner asnot to lose more ttan SIO,OOO
byaslrKieftre. . ...
No part of its capital or earaiacs are deposited in any
other 8 a*.e a* security for lorscs thereia.
Anattestedcopy cf tha charterer Act of Incorporation
accompanies this Statement.
SriTg of Naw Yore. \
City aad Oouaty of New York.) "■
Charles J. Martin. Pres'deat, aad J. Milton Smith. Ses
retary, of the Home Insurance Company, being severally
duly sworn, depote and sty. and each for hlaiseli says,
tbattheforegomgls a true, fill aad correct statemeat of
the affairs of sa d Corroratloa. aad that they are the
above described officers thereof.
cuARI.ES J. MABTIV, President.
UUned,] J. MILTO.N HUIiU. Secretary.
Subscribed aad sworn beforeme this 34:h day of Jaa
nary, A. D 1&59. J. WM. BDiTEiID
Commissioner la few Tork for
the State of lUioolg.
Certificate to expire on the 31st day or January, IS6O.
Auditors Office, Btitx or fuiKos,}
Bprlngfield, Januan 23, 1859. )
Whereas, the Home Fire Insurance compaay, loca
ted at New York, la the State of New York, ha* filed
In this office a statement of th- condition of its affai a
asreaairedbs "An Act to regulate tbe Aiceacies of la
saraace Companies not incorporated the State of
Illinois.** approved February 17th. 1855- sad. aa att
amendato'y therein, approved Jaauan 22d. I?£s. and.
whereas. s«ld company ha< rura'»hei satisfactory evi
dence 1 bat it is possessed of the required amo;at cf capi
tal invested la S -ocks aad Mortitacea aad ha* filed Ja
thisofl e a written instrument signed by the President
and decretarytbereof appointing li. tt»lUmarth. of Chi
cago. its agent for the traasavt'oa of thebusiotss of said
compaay, and fully and onrtscvedly aalhorisiOk him to
aekrowiedge service of process for and on behalf of
■aid company, consenting that service of process uooa
Mm. the said agent, shall be taken and to be as va.id aa
if aerved upon tne company, and wavering all claim of
error by reason of such service.
Now, thfref >ra. In pursuance of the act aforesaid, I.
Jesse K. Dubois, Auditor of Public Account* of the
Mate of DllnoU do hereby certify that tbe said H. B.
Wl Imarth ta authorlaed as an Agent I or the said Oompany
to transact the business of insurance in this State, ontii
toe thirty-first day of January, lstt. so far as he may be
lera'ly empowered so to«o oy said Oompary.
In testimony whereof I have hereunto subscribed my
name, and affixed the seal of my office, this s&th day of
UB " JESSE K^SDBW
{■ealt Aodltor Pablle Account*.
fc3 cUl4w
Chicago Firemen's lusuranse Co,
Mm S»W. Corner $f Lake a&d
UP STAIBS.
OAFZTAZ. ........ 9300,000.
DIRICTOKB.
Ttoma* Gborebi B. W. Baymoad, Geo. W. Dole,
X. H. Haddock. J. K. Botaford, Orriagtoa Lant,
0.8. fanreil. W. M. Larrabee, J. T.£dwarda.
THOMAS CHUBCH, Prest.
a N. HOLDtS. Sec'y, JOS. £ 880 WH. Samyor
as 37 *SB a64i-ly
THE PHOENIX INSURANCE CO.,
OP TIIS CITY OP CHICAGO.
Oflee, 143 Sontla Water Btr*ct«
Aatkorlsed Capital, 800,0001 Paid la aad secured, 175,500
■AKaOIHS BIBKCTOas:
J. P. Aldrieh, John A. Ntchola
B. O. Wilder, A. Kdwards,
Hiram B. Smith.
anvtaoaT sibectoks:
WataoaOirr. c. u. Hszletoo,
C. M. Heaacrsoa, Adam fenuh.
A. EDWARDS, Presidsat.
K. C. WILDER, Secretary.
GEO. P. HASTINGS, General Ageati
LEWIS B. RUNDELL, Clfy Surveyor.
Fire, Uarlae aad Inland Kavigatloa
JeH'&S-ly
northwestern insurance Comp'y,
NEW YORK.
(EBTABUSSSD U IB81)
CM'tal ISO,OO0 —With 1 Large Sirpln.
fT\HE PUBLIO AKE RESPEOTniLLY IN
i formed that Mr. JULIUS WHITE ha* been reap*
pomted agent of thlsOomsany. and is alone.* Bthoriaed
toiasoe and renew policies la Chicago.
Mr, WHITBti authorlaed to adjust and pa all loacet
•nim anderov PoUcie* either Fire orMariae,
.j-pjwwvw ; AMIS PLAIT Praided.
AB.Lcnow. Secy. . 1
MTTlie aader«n v ed wffl happy W ace his Mend*
the natmn* of the old North weitera generally, at the
OSoa. Mol4Bli Bodh Water street, aasartng them thai
•jg rate* ah all be lowa* those of any other re*poatfS
pianos, &c.
ROOT & O^Vl3
05 Clark Street,
DEALIBS IK SHEET MUSIC, INSTBUKENTB,
Aad all ldadf of i
MUSICAL MEBCHANDISK,
Begliave to inform their customers who are lawaato
BTEINWAY Sc. 80N'8
BPLSNDID
GOLD MEDAL PIANO FORTES
Ttat a new assortment are on the w*y from New York,
aad sre expected to arrive aboat the 30th last.
Owia« U> the unprecedented demand for tbeie saoerb
ImUomects we have cow left on hiad only cneTH Oc
tave Carved Piano: Price 4*50,
Two .Yew. Buffalo Pianos,
Which we can sell very low, as foiiovs';
Oae6K octave. 125 00
Oae7 octave 375 00
orcan and ezamlae before baying elsewhere.
a. T. BOOT.? . BOOT k CADY,
a. u cadt, J fe\7 *a Clark street, Chicago.
sT HIOGINS, musio PUB
• LIBHE°. «SLake street, still has oa hand the
largtst stock of Musical merchandise keet by any other
house la the Noithwest. lam sileagent f«rthe eel
ebrat'.d " Model Melodeon," made bv Masoa 4 tiamlle,
Poaton: also ag*nt for Lighte- Newton ft Bradbu-y's
PIANOS, with the "P teat Mcb * rest rlaak," which Is
oted by no other Manufacturers lathe world, aad is the
mostlmx) taat improvement, lostea: o
aaicg iroaas moat mak-rs do—which alves th; ias/o
meat a m tailc aad disagreeable bo and—or using wood lo
the or. inary wa*—which renders it necessary to weaken
the part of the instrument wheidn the Kre»test possible
strength is requlr d—by eattiig across the grain of the
wood. i,t«hte. Nevtoa k Bradhnry's have a meth* 1
whereby they sprlag this patent Wrest into proper form
by the aid of steam aad powerful machinery. A st ain
of tei tons will mak no Impreis on o„ tae arch,
the fibres of the wood instead nf beia< weakened by Ike
continuity bdog intemipied at short distances, have their
natural p wer cf resistance gj eatly augm*oted by the
pec liar form they are trade to auume la the Pat eat
Arch Wren. lasiruoent Is warranted.
/tlkiadsof Music Boafcsfar sale.
The eheanest aad late**. Glee Book oat Is the MINNt
HA-UA. Prisesti-gle copy 78 cents, sent by call post
paid; per dotea e.£> All orders must be addressed
to H. M. HIGGiNi 45Lake-s«.. Chicago Ja sbW6ly
1 MPROVED FULL IRON FRAME PIANO
I FORTES Manufactured aad for sale ne-*> , M _
at retail at Evtera wholesale prices by
W. T. BEID Practical Piaao Forte PmTl
Maker. All Pianos of his make will be * I * I I"
folly wuraated. Old Plaaos will be takea la exdiaage,
sad tuning and repairing promptly attended to. Apply
at his Piano Forte Manufactory. No, IH6 West Madison
lousiness ȣariiiS.
SPIES 3u BUBTI
QOUNSELL OHS AT LAW
NO. 75 CHZSTNUI'. NORTH SIDE,
Between Third aad Fourth streets, Bt Louis. Me. .
VUr. B.ls Notary Publlo and Commissioner tl
Deeds for every State ia the Daloa.
References ia Chicago Bcripps. Bross ft Spear*
nxpgaicx ariia. Uel-17-vlb9] cilvdi o. bust*
BLAOKWELL & GUMMING
A TTORNIES AND COUNSELLORS AT
LAW, 81 South Clark street, opoosite the Coart
Bouse. Chicago. Illinois. Will practice in the federal
aad Bt*ie Courts or Illinois, aad ia the Saprexae Coart
of the Uaited States. „ „
BLaoxwgu, [delT] QilbxetW Ccimao.
L. GOODWIN LABNEO & GOODWIN-
Attorneys and counselloes—
Office No. 97 Washington street, adjoining Lar
moa'sßlock, Chicago, UliaoU,
BTgfHg«a.oooDwi« gow. aLaaygp Dia'LOoonwnt. n.
GOOKXNS THOMAS & HOBEBT3«i
ATTOKNETS AT LAW, 7S AND 81
Dearborn Street, Chicago, Hllboll aol9 bS34 Sm
DRAKE &. BHO.
Hi Clark Street. 934.
Dealers in paper hangings,—
PAPER HANGEBS. Ac.
Moose. Blga aad Shade Painters. ocß blll«6m
BASS A MULVEY
A TTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT
£%. LAW. No. 47 Clark street, Chicago.
rcßKi.va bass. oclb4My jgyicsMPLVgr.
STEELE & RZZ.E7
A TTORNEYS AT LAW, 58 DEARBORN
l\. BTMZKT. Chicago.
Boom Na 3. Walker's Building. P. O. Box 4377.
B. T.6HSLE UtSQ. H. BILXT,
CRAWFORD, BMAHP 6c CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DtILIiRSIN CROCK
KRY, Glass and Ohlua, Tuble Cut'erv, Looking
iitasscii. Castors and Britannia Ware.Ko.lQs l«tke utreet,
Chicago. 111. tah^7'&?-ly
G. H. ft. Is. IjAFLIN<
WHOLESALE PAPER WAREHOUSE,
49 SOUTH WATER STREET,
Are now receiving their winter stock of Fiae Papers and
eastern Book Papers, which they offer at low priees.
Prlatlagpaper of every siae aad oest Quality. ocT.blOl
VOLOAN FOUNDRY.
OUIiTON STEBET, tfITWEBH TUIiTOIT
aad Carroll. Chicago. Dh
HENSY WAESIXQTOiI,
Haaafactarer of St&dgaary a9< Portable Steaa laslae&
Machinery and KillQearlag.
Casting made to order rod Kepairlac prsmpUy at
tended to. feM-ly
EDWARD Q. ASAYd
A TTOBN2Y AND COUNSELLOB AT LAW
NO H SOOTH CLASS ET2XCT.
Opposite Coart Boase Chicago,
ori-lv-ta74
lH5t» 1*59.
£ 1 REAT CENTRAL SHORT LINE ROUTE
\JC —vn—
PITTSBUReH, FORT WAYSE k CHIQ6O
AID
PENtfSTLVANIA RAILROADS
TO ALL El£?E&3 CX7U6i.
CLARKE & COMPANY,
P'EOIAL AQENTi are prepared to Ooctract Pre'ghtf
Through, by authonty of the Companies named above,
at their office. No. 1 Steele's Block, corner booth Water
aad Lasalle streets, aad at Depot of P.. rt. W. A 0. B,
IL. Chicaco; or at Depot, Liberty street, Pittsburgh-
The Offlces oftUo Peansyirsda llaliroad Oompaay ia
Fast are located at
No. "J Astor House. New York.
No. 1 Sottb William street, New Tork.
No. 45 Kmy street, Boston.
No. 75 Ferry ureet. Hartford.
No. 6U NorUi street, Batimore.
And a! tae General Depot. Philadelphia. (oc31»ly
HO! FOR PIKE'S PEAS!
Rifles, shot guns" revolvers,
BOWIE KNIVES, mil gtnenl outfits for the
UlDrl at2lo Ukc street. bCO.T. ABbET
On Ash nls tor ird's Poyjer. itfi cIM It
For the Gold Mines.
SHARP'S AND COLT'S RIFLES, COLT'S
PISTOLS, BOWIE v-yrr-io.--.
KMTbS: also, a large' 4 -51
ass rtmeat of Target —^jsE
aad other Biflles. Shot
Guns, and other appa
rates forageaeralootflt
for the Utaes, at SB E?d
Lake Niiret, m
laaJm-c73 P. BATOX A CQ.
F AIRBANKS'
PARR IjTl
SCALES./!
BOLD »T
FAIRBANKS Jc. 6KEETLEAF.
35 Lake street, Chicago.
aolMy-b4ffl
QHICAGO EAD PIPS AND
Sheet Lead Works.
COLLINS A BLATCHFORD,
MAao7Aoro%au 91
Lead Pipe, Sheet and Bar Lead,
AND DEALERS IN
PXO- Ztß AD,
Agent* for
COLLISS WHITS LEAD ft OIL COX?AIt,
—AI»-
St. liOTxia Sliot Tower.
fallassortaeatof the above Sfaaofactona oon*
it&atlyoaba&d.
oßD££& VROK TEE TRADE SOLICITm
Collins Sc. Blatehfordt
acBoS9T-ly Comer of Glialoa aad Puhoa sti^eu.
W. X. Sliufeldt & €O.,
MAHUTAOTUSIU VOB
-A.- F. CROSKEY,
61 - - - - Soatb Water BtrMt« - - - - Sl a
(Ooxjter of Wahaah AvtaaeJ
Diallers eft
ALCOHOL, PURE SPIRITS, AND WHISKYS,
Also Maonfhetßres of
DoHMtla uiotn, Bnralnc nal«>
" ITO -
WillEa IN SIQBWIKIS USD MOTITTINS OOAI.
WThefrftdelspplledftt Htrku liUi tod oa liber.
a Una* aa>a4«Jy
COAL OIL! GOAL OIL!!-WxVR
raated Para, aad a Caoerior Article, bright aad
tree from odor, for bnrn'n* aad lubricating, at wholesale
aad retail by (iIfFOBIJ. CAMPBKi-L « Cj..
Oa. Miirriormis,
fcfl c!9l lm Peart ont street. Chicago.
OKA LB3. SHEET ISINGLASS/ '
mUv Its Bbls Tlos Su'p^ur,
U Cases Refined Borax.
S Oases B .thics Bpo.ee,
40 Bscs Sumac,
9Q Casta Oolaa Clay.
Por sale by BQCBJUt PHILLTPS k 00..
No. IB Water street.
ffle NA 1 B * CO.
Z X 2 P L O U XI,
Xisatetomi
TBX IOVBLTT MXLLI
tllU StoUi>i<
3 500 EF ' OHESTa TOUNQ
6CN-POWDK. DfPKRtAL AND BLACK TXAB,
WWetapomUoo. u^rto, gjonlggnl
aaD4y-W
"VTEW RAISING —2OO BXS., 150 Hf
baN^RaislasiatH^^foMycb^
IKA HHDS. NEW N. O. SUGARS,
XOVJ now is*""**- asd for sale at uqucsd ratcat,
BCTNOLDB. ILT k Oa
Onn POCKETS o. G. JAVA COFFsii
IB tan trim.
K/\ft BXS. SOALKII AND No. 1 H£R
OUU oo.
rn TOS. NEW KICK FOR BALK BX
yu naw KxmoLse. cly * 00.
\ HHDS. SUGAR NOW ARRIVING
■T.y»«w j
9Aft BALES PRIME HW TORK
him »
Cegcil
WTATE OF ILLINOIS, COUNTY OF COOK,
Terra. S i."D'°lßsf ,0 ' mt ' Cont ° f oci,aß °° AprU j
KlllUml'/DlllydT.. John B-Wrliht. 0. B. Wrliht, hli I
'■ r «r».*r. (i tonra tojrllle, Juaei CUoo
aad W. W. Raaiom—ln Chaacery I
Aflidaylt of the noa residence of W. W. Bassos, oae 1
V*°Ts a*®*!, baria* beea filed ta the
Mice of th e Clera of said Cook Couaty Ooart of Ooxaaon
Pleas. Notice ls hereby siren to the said W. W. Ransom,
thai the complaiaaat filed his bill of complaint la taid
eoart oa U» cbaa«ry side thereof, oa the 13:h day of De
c*?vr ' ti • i?** * saoaons thereupca luued
?v lo i2 1( L co ®f ta * a ? lst defendants, retamable oa
the firrt Moaday of april next, (1869). as Is by lav
required.
Now. unless yon, the said W. W. Ba-uom. shall per
soaailT be aad appear before sail Ooik Oo Court of Com
moa Peas of Oook couatr, oa the first day of the next
tern thereo!. to be helde*i at Chicaco la said county oa
tne first Moaday of April. 1859, aad plead answer or demur
to bill or complaiaaat, the same
and the matters aad things thereSa charged aad stated
will be taken as confessed, aad a decree entered *y*intt
yoa accord las to the prayer of sala bl L
_ , r. t> „ WALTCR HIMBALL. Clerk.
Joha G. Rogers. Compl'ts Sol'rs. fe3'cJ24w
STaTE OP GRAHAM MARK D&
ceased. Public notice is hereby givrn to all per
sons haying elslms acd demands asa &st the estate of
hraham Uarr deceased, te preset the same fer adjudl
catioa acd lettlemeatata resalar term of the Oouaty
Coart of Coow Count;, to be holdea at the Ooart House
la the City c,f Chicago, oa the first Moaday of March. A.
D. 189, bslat the sen nth day thereof.
t TT^T , LUCUC UARB. Executrix
or tae last WIH aadTestameat of tirabam Marrdec*d.
, , ... Br H. H. UittXT. aseat.
Blue Island. Jaauaryllsh. I&S9. ial36w«
(transportation.
A tlaktio royal mail steam nav
/jL Ualioa Compaoy's New York aid Galway Line.—
The aext departure from New York will be the Steaauhlp
Albert,
Captala T. J. Waters, to sail frco New Tork. oa the
3i day of March, toachiag at St. Johaa, t*. if. to re
ceive the Royal Mail* Prices of Passage:—First
•W: Second. SSO: ibtrd. Including fret tickets to
all the oriadpal cities oa railroad roates ia Great Urltaia.
Third Class mast pro»tde plate, sni/e, fork, A<%, aad bed
din*. Passage t> St. Johns. TlrtuClass. 535: Seeoad-
Cla«.tti. For frelfAt or pa«a«elaQui'e of the Ameri
can Kxp eas Carn.aajb- <1 Hudson street, 64 Broadway,
aad at their other advertised offices ia the laterior.
Paasace la the th'rd class caa be secured at aay of the
above offices to btias persoai out from aay of the prtad
pal cities ca the Unej ot railway la Ureat Britala
or irom Galway for *3O.
ALTX HOLLAND, Maa:ger.
JAB. 0. YABGO. offlce of Amerleaa Express Oo_
No. «U Dearborn Btreet, Chicago.
New York, Not- 13. laaß. do*4 b&fiS 6m
CHERRY CREEK AND PIKE'S PEAK
SXPRESS.
Throiigli to the Gold Mloes U Ten Days«
JOHN M. HOCKIDAY A. CO.,
Proprietors and Coatractora of th: Great 3alt Lake aad
Cherry Creek Uaited 3 jUes Mall, will tun a daij
Express line of
Concord Coaches drawn by Six Moles,
Throcgh from At'Mson. Kaaias Territory,
WesUro Bead of the Klier to YLK ClTif,
atth* Mouth of Cherry Creek.
This Connects w't"i 'he
HANNIBAL AND ST. JOE RATT/ROAD,
By a Dally Liae of Steameia.
Thhlstheoaly dally tiae of eta;es to the Gold Ulaes,
with stopping places and relays of
Alxiles SO >lilos,
Passengers by th's line will be takea through from Atchi
son to the Gold M nes la Ten D ys. beiag TWENTY
I Days lew time thaa by ary cthcconvejance.
Pare through to Dearer City, Ghtrry Creek, SIOO from
Atchison.
N. B—Pao eager* will be boird*d through to the m'aes.
the bar ng establthed Eating Hooses every
tweaty tulles. Fcriy Iba Bacxage wld also be allowea
each pss.enjer.
i P tseager* willbe»rlamiad that Ifo pusihelrfare
aad Board from AtchUoa to the mines aai frtlght oa
forty lbs. b*sg*gi-
I Torough Tickets for sale from Chlcati a* the office of
i the Chiraso, Bsria«toa k Qiinc* Riilroad Detot.
Six rickets to be sold per
M>r h is'h.
ttawiilbe ready for sale La adranse on the
10th of March.
John M. Hockiday & Co.,
Proprietors of tie Onltei States Mall Liae to Salt Lake
felS 2m C 36 aad Cherry Creek.
' 1850. uMA* 1559.
1 THE
American Transportation
COMPANY.
lacorporated under tbe Laws of the Pttte r>f New York
CASH CAPITAL, 9900,000.
JOHN L. KIMBEBLY. President.
. FRANKLIN LEE. Vice Preslrfeat,
JAMtS C. EVANS, Sec'yaad Treat'r.
ON THE OPENING OF NAVIGATUN
thlscompaay will be prepared to transport Pro
perty. Merchindlse. Ac., from New York. Bcstoa. Albany
aid Troy to aa? cf the West era cities. A'so. Floa*. Pro
visions, Produce, Ac., from aay of the Lake Ports to tide
w*ter. with as great care aad dbpttch. sad at as low
rates as by aiy other respoasibie liae, at the same time
»Itiok through bills of ladiag for all property when de
sired.
This Company have a line of elaht staunch Prop«llers,
to ply betweea Buffalo aad Chlcag-. touchlag e;» rout 4
atSheboygia. Mliwauiee. Racine. Kenosha aud Wause
rsa. Uavi:.gat<'hlcacjamptefaellltiessnd warehoaie
aceommodatioos for the receptloa. assortlag aad ship
ping or all articles entrusted tj their cue. which will be
onderthedlrectloo of their Ageat. who will give his per
soaal atteadoa to the folfillaeat of coatracts, atf juitmeat
of claims aad damiges.
i As oar Company bsve a large line ofCaaal Boats oa
trie Canal, aad are abna: to establish aliae of Steam
Canal a:so. we teei warranted in representee to
our numerru> customers, that tney can relr upon greater
1 dlsprchaadatlessrat*st k anhash retoforebeenglven.
We. therefore, a<k tae public to con'laue the patruaage
so liberally bestowed upon as during i be out four years.
Offices and Docks on Market between Washington and
Madison streets, Chicago, 111.
ja3l.9mcUi O TAB. E. CHAfIF. Agent.
xße s ,
Illiuois River Packet Company.
Incorported 1858—Capital Stock, $200,000.
D. J. HANCOCK. PresX VA. P. HANCOCK. Sec'y.
rmRODGH BILLS OF LADING UIVEN
A for Preixht to dt. Louli aad all poiats oa the Uliaols
Rlvcratthelo*eit rates, Freixhtta»eaby Caica*j aad
Bock island Railroad to Peoria, aad Steamboat from
theace. Forp«rticuUrsaprly to
T. VV. ALkXIcnDER k Aseats.
fel lm-cli6 IS3M 8 -nth ater St.. Chicago. 111.
PITTS{SURGU, FT. WAYNE tCaiCAGOR.R
1866-9... .WINTER RATES... .1868-9
Through Freight Line.
EROM DATS AND UNTIL FURTHER
notice, Frtlght will be carried over this Liae as
w: _
sS -S sS sS £ SS
|8 *1 |8 58 S| g8
yrom(Silcuoto Ss K s Z~i,
Ta *si ft aqO
Boston 11.8011.3811.17 87 lI.M 11.^
New York ,1.80 MO
Philadelphia. l.eo
Baltimore 1.00 I.So 1.10 K LOa 1, 6
Ptttsoargh W 70 46 *5 70 70
Ctocknati, 0 K 70 W 43 M 70
OolumbUiO I.OU SO 63 45 .... to
Dajton. 0 tS 70 60 45 ti 70
Cievelaad. 0 70 60 45 £6 4a 60
Daaklrk, N. Y 95 74 tl 44 61 74
tiaflao. " So 79 U 4J 61 74
Grain by Car Load to Cincinnati S2 cents p» i»s.
Bulk Meatto PittsburghfrO cents per UtttM-
Coctracu made to aoove points at Preight Office, cor
ner West Vaa ftureaaad Canal ctreets.
Contracts to Bostoa. New York. Philadelphia aad Bal
timore via PeaasylTaala Central K.R., given by
OLABKK A CO.. office Steele's Sock, corner South
Water and Lasalle streets, aad »t Depot at Caaal street.
JAH. W. MD6SON. Prelgr.t Ag?a\ ihicigo.
J.J. HOOMTON. Geo'l' idght Ag't. PitUbui*. ta.
Chicago. February IU. 1E55.
Stcia Ferr; froo Coascll Blaffj to Omiha City*
NEBRASKA, ]VO. 1.
This boat has the capacity to
carry 12 Wagons aad Teams at each trip, aad
has takea over at oae load 300 head of Oattle. aad she
caa mike 40 cro:siags or tqore each way la a daf, qad 1
will be abfj to ferry oyer from foer to Ave haadred
wasoas aad teams from suasise'V) suaiet each day.
We assure travellers, who are going to the
Nebraska Gold Mines,
Utah. California, Oreeoa aau Washington Territories,
that the roadi from Fairfleld, lows City, Dubuque, and
poiats Intermediate by CouacUßiuA aad Omaha Citr,
aad ap the north side o r the Platte tiiier, better,
aearer. aad move auocdautty stocked'with wagons,
horses, males aal cattle, provisions kad goods, thaa aay
other. Aad the settlements aad towns, aad tbe
regular aad well-established Uae of Uail Coaches al
ready ezteading to Port Kearney aad sooa to beez
teaded all the way to themlaes. itisaoloagera Wilder
ness route throqgb aa ledita co«»nuT. but can be tra
versed as safely aad comfortably aad much more easily
thaaaoyof the r-»adi through Missouri or lowa.
There isaot tbe same leagta of road In the United
States, so level aai eatlrely without marshes, slooshs or
bad places aad so nearly stra'ght. Tbe streams oa the
north side of the Platte are all budged, except the Loup
Fork, sodhere the Western Stage Oompaay have a good
Ferry. KNOS LOWE,
For the Council BlnZs and Nebraska Ferry Company.
Jal&-3tß e8
1559. NOttTUEUN ISuB.
Co.'s Express*
WINTER ARRANGEMENT, a-
Via Kich. South.*and N. Y. r & Erie Railroada,
rpBlS company ake now prepared
X to give through Bills of Lading to New York aad
Boston, for the traassortatioa of Property upoa favor
able tenss. trmeosariaidljpatcb. and the prompt s*t
t eiaeat of dicerea es
Tbe N. T. Co."8 Er >re«s will traasport goo is from New
York lo the "'est durag the winter, all toe wiy by raiC
aad on the ope i:gof a«vigatloa by the N. Y. A K. K.&
to Dunkirk, aad theace by rropeller to Chicago>
fW" Mark packages **N T. Co.'s Express," aad ship
b> N Y. A K. K, 8., foot of Duaoe street, or Pier C East
BJver.
J. MYKB3. J. L. WAKNKB aad CEAS. AliliOAf,
AgenU. No, S,Ooeati«4&Up ( N»w Y«rk.
UATilEtt k CO.,
jsS? Irn-cIM Cor. Lasalle aad Nonh Waterst. Chicago.
1859...COLLIIJaWOOD L1NE...1859
Commencing on the opening of
Naviga loa. the following A No. 1 new aad largest
claa Screw Kramers, bavlas largely Increased Uietr
e«M<*ity «or Passengers, will fill this Uaess follows:
FOUNTAIN C.TY. Capt. I HDN'TEB. Captain Dtczsos.
P«C*. O.nTONAGON, Capt. Wtt-
KVESGREEN CITT.Cact. I
B4XZ. ' 1 .
Leave Chicago from the foot of LataDe street. Booth
Bide, A. T. Speacer « Co.'s wharf, on Tuesday, Thursday
and S turday evealags, at 3 o'clovk, landing at all poiats
00 the west shore of Lake Mlchlgaa.as C*r north as Two
Elvers, aad atMackaac.
Through Bills of Ladiag given from Chicago and ports
on the west shore of Lake Michigan, to Boston. New
York. Montreal and all the principal points ia the Eastern
aad New Bnsland StatesaadCanada.
Oooaectjat OolUjgwood wttathe Northern Railway
of f-y and at Pronto with the Graad Trunk. Bail
way for Montreal. Quebec, Portland and Boston aad
Lake Ontario steamers or Niagara Falls Oswego, Cape
Vincent, and at ogdensburg with the > ermont Central
Railroad fbr Boston aad Intermediate points on Yermont
Oentral between Ogleosbarga and Boston.
Tbe above Liae Is aaequailed for acd dls
for Passsßßra aad freight between the Western
and Eastern and New Eaalaadtitates aad Canada,
* Co.. Ajtemi,
j.yi_<eae*4 1 Foot of Laaalestreet. Chicago. PL
SOBTOH AND FEILU)BL£H A STSAXSHIP
LIMK ' .<6
the ateaosUp#
PHDOAfI PPRAQUI, Capt. Matthew*.
I KEifiINOTON Oapt. Baker.
CITY OF N*W t üBK. Capt. Howes,
Form a Rditbr I4ne,
■aninf with great regularity from each pert. These
Steamer* are staunch and strong, and kx all respect*
well fitted aad prorlaed ihey hare good aeeaoiodatloas
lor patsenrers. and freight of all kinds is taken at fair
rate*. These ateaaers ran in dose connection wflhtbe
Pennsylvania Kallroad. and goods are forwarded with
promptn*« sad dl«oatch- HJtNBY WlNgoil
iaUWWim No.SflSath Whar7ss, Philadeßhla,
B|*r Cairo aad Jew Orleam, i
STBAMEH VEW FALLS OITT.
The splendid fast k
flaOlai Bteamer ■■^■s
New F*Hi Oity
wm ran. dsriag the comlnr Fall ani Winter, betvtea 3
BlLobls end New Orleans asfotlows:
LlAYraatl. i/OUW Oct; U, 'B,at 10 o'clock AM.
■OO do Oct. ta 38. do ■ do
% it ss | ■
32 b SS:&:g £ H 1
do do Fsh. 7. '6®. -
do do Feb, tl. w do <
00 do Nor. K), *lB, do do 1
ft 2° do '
do d® Dec. W, do do 1
ft S2 IS* & do 1
4% Kh* S* .& do do 1
£ £ Kl !• ,S» do do 1
y... « M*eh (k Bl do do 1
Cegal
: ORTG A G E I?ALE.—WHEREAS,
I.- : jvnes Cttnnloeti*m «l!d in tbe month of April
A. D. U'ji. execute to met mortgage which *ald tsorw
it«e *h ftl'df.r record In the Kecrders »< nice of Cook
I Coaatv la ths ttate of lillsots. on the ?Sthday of At>tlL
A. i>. Irsi and du yre*»rded In said office a Book SO of
] hion*a<es-
secure u,* moment of three certain promissory notes in
■iia mort-a e psrticulirly described, .he one of said
n:te*l«t'catarlag havla* fallen due cntte 20th dar of
Ap-ll A. D. l£»i aid u-tsalt having beta made lo the
said ~ote last matariag, In which said mort
oarel; ;* troviuoa thai il def*">li oe made in
tee payment of slid notes or either of eltuer of
trlorr »l or interest on the d»y or dajs whereon the
tame aha I bf come dee a~d psyube. thattnea and In
tl:at Case 1 am empowered la asd by said mortgage, after
LDMliiiE« a notice Is a aew,pa»n- printed la the city of
LhWgotweat-.<isy« before tfce day of sale, to a-il the
premi.es la ssld muitcaKedeacrlbej and all ot the canity
of rtdemp'los of the said Junes thereta at
the Gjcrt Hons; d.cr in the citr of Chicaro, to the Mzh>
est bidder for c*sh» a* the time mentioned in said cotice.
and to mUe. eitcu:e ana deliver to the pcrcbascr cr
purchasers* de.'dor deeds of toe premises so S3 d aal
ont of t*.e pr ceeds of tuch sale to pay the costs o' such
aaleaadtbrptlnciyalanj interest due un s% d notes.
Now, therefore, notice U hereby jt.vea that in pursn
aaeeoMbeaaU.orhyg.venm-ta an<i by the mortgage
aforesaid Ishailoa Moaday. the?tnda»of M»rcn. . 1).
IMS. at 10 o'cticK in the toiecoonor sUd day at the
north of the Court li ae.ta UecityofC ica*o.:a
the txuaty of C«.o*. and -!»:e of lllm.ls, -<eU f> tse hi *b
esthidder'cr cash the pr.mia.i in said mortsase de
scribed, to w.t:—That cast and parcel i>f L t oce(t . la
Bloc* fifty-'our ({4;, In the cris oat To*u of Chicago,
Coustyof Cvo'c »ui fUle of liln.ls. b'.u-.deU u al
lows: bt(d-nl2ic cn be east lite or salu lot tcirty C'c) feet
aorta of the a>i.Ui-at c.rn r. and -ua-:Dg thence
norheriyal ncthe we*t of "**eili str«ttt* t nty feet,
theace we»t?ri> oa a lae ya-rl-ll w.ta •. »>t ( rcton street
u» the west <lne o sad lot, being aixjut eichty (-CJ f-eu
theacs southerly alo:gt.i- *es*. llr.e of-il; ia one il)
twentt IJU) fett, taeace easte I? on a linr ?».-aMI atui
W*sr.lagton street. aooaieUhty fie. t:th-tl*cd o'be
ginalag. vvr.Ll/vji o-'MaN.
Cidcsgo. Febrnaryl2th. 4.D.18j». fel4tdcq>
OTATK OF ILLINOIS, UOUK. CvjtLNTY.
0 S3.—Cook Oouaty Court of Coaunon Pleas. April
Term. A. L. 1549.
WillUm J. Beck and John Beck. rs. John
Biouhsm.
Public scuce Is hereby dven to the said John Rrotuh.
am that a writ of attachment Usaed out of the
o't ce of the Clerk of the Oook County Ooun o' Common
Pleas, dsted the cinetecthday of Febru«ry, A. D. IS&>, at
thesultofthesaidJas.Beck tVm J.B cfcsod J>hnßeek
ana .acalnst the est*te oftLe said Johu Brcuxham lor
the sum of three hundred and twenty-five and
slxtxlfht cents directed to th» Bhemf o: OookOoonty,
which s*id wnt h«s been retoraed executed.
Now, thereiore, uuiess you, the said Joaa B'oosham
shslt personally be azd appear before the said Cook
County Cow t of Common fleas, on or before the flmday
of the aext term thereo t. to be holder at the Court Uouse
In the citr 0 f Chicaxo. oz the & »t Monday of April
A. D. l9o). rive succial bail, and plead vo the said
plaiiuTs actlou, iudirment will be entered against yna
and la faror of the &ald J>mes BeJu nlliiamj. Brck
and Joan Beck and so ouch of property aitached
as may b« sufficient to taiUfy the said iudiaect aod
costs, will be sold to satish th* same.
WALTIRKUiBALUOerk.
Cornell. Walte k Jsmtson. Pl.'ffi AU'y*. fgj- cY* <w
riiEUSTEE'S SAL Ji . —WHiiUtiAS
X Hiailes CLClarkeand Uaryß..hiswlfe, of thed'y
I of Chicaxo, Com ty of Cook, or Illinois, exe
ca'ed to me as Tra*tee a de»d of trust of the premises
hereinafter ue?Cilbr ■. to secure' h e payment of a eenaln
promissory note of I1t« cu&dred and eiitj Serea l/ol
lar , therein mentioned, whlcn deed of trust bears d*t«
' 41 ay ftAh, A. D and Is recorded In the &ecorder'a
j-fliee of Waworta county, a'.d state of Wlrcoi sio. la
B'xkSlof Uott«a,e?. Pa.es4lo an 4411; aad whereas,
debmt h«s beea c-.ade la tie pajment of a tJ-1 a«te and
appbcst onhaabeenmadßfme by the leal holder of
said note, to s«l said prem sea eider said died o; trust,
lor the p tnertlu expressed. Now. thrrefoie.
public n;tlc« is hereby siren that i Uuubllc
aucucn. at the Nortn door ot the Court t.ouse In the
1 city of Chicag"), la san County acd titkte. to the hUhest
for c*sh. at ten o'cloca iuthe fo»e*><' jo. oa the
NL>TH DAk* OF siA&Cil. A. D.
•crlb-d In sa!d dred or trust, to wit:— ih« andlnded
t«o-thlrds {Hi of toe n >rth half the onu«at earner
Brctljn twenty-nine ii<). Town cumber one (1. N r h
Ba: b*> numbe * sl*>ern (16)- eas: ot the enrth P'indsal
ll ndlin, aid coat jnlae flfvy three and one third (six)
acres, be the ssm ? more or less, the same belnj Und »et
apart to B;Bjamin F. uar«- and «.harles C Clarke from
the estite of the late i<r. 11-nry Clarke.
» v F. EGGLESTOS.
Chicago. February 2nd, lafea. * tc2 30t c! 53
MORTGAGE —NUTIO±j id
hereby fiveo that defau th*Ttn*been made is
the paymeat of a certain Prsmhory Note secure i In and
by a certain mjrt«ise. made and executed cy Alfred P.
Wurta, bearing date 17th J*y cf AyrU. lias, and recorded
in the office of the Recorder of Deeds for the County of
Oook. and State of llilnoli. in Bo k3d «. f Mortgages, at
Pace 743, to Geo. M. Gray, to secure the payment of a
certain promUory Bote lo taid mortcue mentioned *ti
which taere will be due on the d it of sale, principal and
interest. &ghtThous\nd klgaly-Elxht Dollars and Ninety-
Six Cents. Now. therefore I saall. by vir.as of the
power la said morUue coutalced. on TUCSSDAY. the
tenth day of March. A. D. 1*63. at the Court House, in
* thedtyof Chicks and Couuty uf Oook. ajJ State of
Illinois, at 10 o'clock A 31., sell a* pubiis auctloato the
tlghest blddtr fir c si tbe folloTi-g Ueszribed lots or
pieces of lands, tcce'her with ah rxit and equity of re-
situated in the cit> of C jic-uo. «cd County of
Co-k. acd fraieof Illinois, to wit; T-e undlrided one
half of Lots on? U) and two 1), in Block four (4), Fort
Dearbora Addition to Chicaco.
_ w r GtO. M. GHAT, MorUafe.
Ch cagxTeb. Sth. 1559. ft 9 td.
STATE OF ILLINOIS, CUUK CODNTY,
A County Circuit Court, Fcbraary Teita.
[ Augcstus Beck aad Charles Wlrth Tt Heiarlch Nsu
maaa.
. Public Notice is hereby gives to the ssld lleinrich
1 Naucat.n that awrit of Attachmeat luued out of tae
, office of the Clerk of the Cook tjoanty Circuit Court.
. dated the fourteenth day o( Februar*. A. D. 1563. at the
, suit of thr said au<ustus beck aa> Charles W;rth and
axaiast the e»tate c.l the a»td Uei-.rich Naumano, for
the sum of Two Hundred and £ixhty One Dollars and
Bercnty-r Ise Cents. «llrecteu to the Sheriff of Cook
, Coun.y, which said wnt hu been returned executed.
Now. therefore, unless you. the said < einrlch f»au
. Dann shall personally be and appear before the nld
Cook County Circu-t Court, oa or before the tim
, day cf the aext term thereof, to b« hclden at the Court
House, la tee city of Chicago, oa the ur»i Monday of
» March. A. D. laaiL riee sp«Jial bail, and plead to the
S&ld plaintiff's action, judinnent will be entered
. you. and in favor or the tald Auinutua Beck aad CharUs
i Wlrth. aad so much of the property attached ss may
. be suffident to to satisfy the said judgment aad costjL
will be sold to satiAt the same.
; w WM. L. CUDRC 1 ?, Clerk.
. Norman C. Perkins. Plt'lb Att'y. f a >»-4w cM3
; / iIIANUEKV iLLi
\j scrs. County of Cook. Bit—Circuit Court ot Oook
Ooont* April Term A.l>. IsS.
• Fran Vila E. Gresory Joan TUtsn. Qrmicd Bultoa.
M sea W. Biehardson. J&hn H. Bradbury. Gtorge E.
Bichardsan. Oe th Barnes, Jabex W. Ljmm. liar
i vey dpeocer. Ed«ard Alexander. John y. Westerv t
andOrrir a Tl us. vs. A Norton Kint Byron H. New
ell. Rudolph Bchiaeaxer, BbridteG. Newell, aadchaa
Sonne.
Affidavit of the non-residence of Elbrldge G. Newell, one
of the defendants above nan-id. having oeen filed Intheof
. flee of the Clerk of said ■ Lccit Court of Conk County,
I Notice U hereby given to the said Elbrid^eNewell that
t ssld complainants filed their bill of complaint in sa'dCcart
oa the chancery side thereof oa the twenty-ninth day
of November, lue. and that a summons thereupon Is
sued out of said Court axalass said defendant, retorn
able »a the first Monday of January, 1M»» as la. by
law teciuired.
Now. unless yea. the sa!d nbricge G. Newell shall
personally be and appear befure said Circuit Coart
of Conk County, oa the firstiay of the next April
term thereof to be holden at chicairo. in the said
County of Cook, oa the orst Monday ot
aad plead, answer or demur, to the said complaiML.ts* till
01 complaint, the same and the causes and th!ne»there.
In charted asdsUleJ will be tz&ea as confessed, and a
decree entered agains; you according to the prayer of said
complainants. WM. L. CUORuII, Clerk.
FraakUn Webster. tfo.'r. jai7 clQi 4w
STATE OF ILLINOIS, COUNTY QFCOOK,
ss.—Cook County ConrV cf Cgmsoa PUu. February
Term. IbU.
S/ly ester Lnd. 6aauelH. bitter, £x j ca'or< and
of Ja"iey Barber, deceued, vs. Joseph WiMe, Senior,
Ana wllde. his wl e. Mi'j Ana Barber, Lccy Barber.
Barr.et Barber. Charles Y. Bell, aad Eliza Bell, his
wi:e—la Ch«ace'y.
Affidavit of the non-residence of S'ary Ann Barber.
Lucy Harret Biroer. Charic# Y. ben ana Xlisa
Bed. ha *tfe.part«if!hsd;fea34aii4bovenaineu. iiavtcx
been Gled in U.r office or the Cert cf said Cook Couotv
Opurt of Plrsc. Nctlce is berehs gtvea to the said
Mar? Auj Barter, Lacy Barber. Hanlet Barber. Charles
i. Bell, and E st B l . his wife, that the cjoplainistj
fllra taelrbilloi complaint In the said Court, oa the Chan
cery side thereof, oa th- £fth day of Janu»r*. 1559, aad
that a sum aons thereupon issued out oi said £curt
against said defendants, returnable oa the first Mon
day of Apiil next. A. D. 195?. as is b- lz*i paired.
Now, ual-58 »ou. th* laid Mary Ann Baroer,
Barber. Harriei Ba/wcr. CbkflesV. BMran.l Eliza Be.l.
t(> true, khall tersonaliy ba and appear btfor*
jjUd_ Cook Coa:ty Court of Commua Pleas, on
the first day of the next term thereoL to »e iulaen
at Chicago la said Count? oa £3 Monday of
ApriL ISi?. aad plp%d, w»«er or dema; to tie
complainant's 'M oT coaplabt. the same aad the mat
ttf* acd things therein charged and staied will be taken
as confessed, and a decree entered ualastMa aoccrd
iostothe crayer of said m. '
M.. - L . _WA'ii?2lt KIMBALL. Clerk.
MVb?r. Tat k King. Qfno.'n Hol'w.
TATE OF ILLINOIS,OOOK COU.NXXiSa.
a. CoarlofCookCounty,FebraaiyßpedalTena
Johnß KL-g va Joha*. Collin*. Gwaon 00-kltnc
Caroline A. Conklin*. Urai A. Conkllng. Gvdfry Bry
art, Peter Charles J. Tremarn. -la Chaa-
Amdavlt of the non-rer'desce of John P. Conkl'nr,
Ga don Conkllcg and i'ar Ine A. CiaUcg his wif«.
Sarah A. Cocklin-, Godfiey Br>ant and ch res J. Trr.
main, defendants above narjed. hartn* been filed la
the officeoi the Cterk cf said Circuit Court of Cook County
notice U hereby given to the said J hn P. Canblta*. G»r-
Caro'iae a.Citkiig his wife, tf-rah
A. Don 11-*.Gojtrey«-rjantaadthar:esJ. T.e=»latiat
ssld complainant filed his bill or coxnplaiat in saidtCourt
oa he Chancery side thereof oa the Q.stday of Feba
sry 1959: and that a rummoos thereupon Israed oat of said
Court aciinst said deiendanta. returnable on the secooc
koadarof February lost., (la&J) as Is by law required.
Now.aalefsyco. <he siid Join p. Coo-lln*.
Ootkl ngand « aroii e A. Conkling his flarah A.
Corklia?. Godfrey BrraaUM Ch.riesl.TreaalQ shaE
persooally d« aad in. car eefoie said CUcal Coartof
Cook C", Ci lav am day of the a «xt special term thereat
td»eholdeoat vhlcaco. la said County, oa lc« woond
Monday o February. 1659. and t lead, iaiwer or demur
to the said complainants hlii ofeomplalat. the same aac
the cutters and tUn» therein charged and stated wil
be taken as eoaf aaed.and a decree entered *Atn«t you.
accordinxto the prayer of said bUL
Q n, « .. Wa,I»OHDECH. Qcrk.
Oeorge ScovDle. Coop*ts?olr. lefcls^w
BTATE OF ILLINOIS, OOOK COUNTY,
83.—Qroutt Court cf Oook Oouaty, January Speda
V.. IfcW.
WUliaia UcCully. John T. UcOully, aad Mark W. Wataca,
Georte E. Hoyt.
it PablicNotlcc Is hereby dvezUothes>i> GecrseE. Hort
that a writ of at. <c. .neat issrodoct of the oS&e or the
Clerk of the Circuit Court ofCookCouaty dated the eigh
teenth dayof December. A. T). i«U. at the suit of the said
William MeCnlly. Juha *. McCoily aad Mark W. wataoa
and estate cf the said Geo. E. Hojtfor the sua
Of two hundred uid ciaety-eiaht dollars aad tvecty-three
cents, directed to the Sheriff of Cook County, which said
writ has beea returned executed. Now. therefore, aaiaa
you. the said Geoige t Hojt shall personally be aad ap>
Siear before the said Circuit CoartorCook County ca orhe
ore the first da} of the next uru »r.trfof, to bt
holden at the .oort iisase in the citr of ca the
first Mooday of J.suary A. I>. US. *tve special bali.
(43n!f%dto tue said plalntids' action.judjratat wlilbe
entered a•«' •• 'oa. and la I'avor of said Wll lam
AsftOully, JohaT. McCudy and Mark W. Way.a. aad so
itfopertyattachedas maybesaffidentto sat
ttj the said jadeneat aideosts will b* sold to satixfy
the same. _ WILLI AM L. OSUSUH, cicrk."
Ooraell WaitakJamcsoa.Ptff's oetob*636fd
STATE OF ILLINOIS, COUNTY OF
Oooc. fil—Oook County Court of Common Pleas,
Febretry rent. 15&9.
Charles H. Booth and Charles Tattle vs. Otville Finch.—
vittachmeal
Public oouce Is hereby gives lo the said Orrilie Jlcch
that a writ of Attachmeat Issued out or the c3U«e
of the Clerk cf Oook County Court of Pleas,
dated the first day of F?bo«ry. A. D. 1<&, at the tait of
the said Charles R. itcoH and Charles Tuttle aad acaiast
the estate of the said Ornlle Frnch or tae ram o' bt.
Uea haadj eJ aau forty-two do la.-s and forty-eicht ceaia.
directed to the fihertff of &x>k county, which said
writ has beea returned executed.
Now. therefore, oniessyoo. 'he said Qrr&le Finch
persoaally be ard appear befbre the said Cookeoaaty
Court of Oonmoa Pleas, oa or oefore the first day or the
aext term thereo'. to be holdea at the Ooort House
I la thedtyof Chicaco, oa the first Moada* of Febru
ary. A. D. give special bail aad plead to the said
' plaintiff's action judgment will be entered aeaiastyoa
! andta favor of the said Charles U Booth and Charles
Tnt le. and wo much of the property attached a* may
be sufficient to satisfy the said fragment and oott&
wfli be sold to sstiity the naa
Waltermrairr,
Thompson k Bishop. Plfffs Att'ya. k» ciaMDd
STATE OF ILLINOIS—COOK COUNTY.
Orcnit Court ofCook County.—January Special Tena,
Jermaa a Sealer and Pqrkr SUaaer vs. Andrew J.
Soon.
' Pahlio notice Is hereby given to the said Andrew J.
f£ort. thata writ ofattachcieci issued ont of the office of
the Clerk ofOreuit Gocn ot cook Oouaty dated the fourth
dayof December. A. D.185g. at iht salt of the said Jermaa
BTKeatoraad Porter ttlaasr and the estate f
tfca said .Andrew J. Short for the sua of Three Thoo-
I ¥. (l v l)o VK!Jj i £ ecWd 1 ® of Coo* Oiaau;
which said writ has t>een returned ei^cnM.
Now, taereforeloale- s yoc. the saU Andrew J. Bhon :
AaUpwsoaaUv be sou. ypaar- be cw the said Circuit
ft 2* £5" 631 d,y at &* »•« '
BuAlfclTe^-mthertof to be holden at the Coar Hous*. ia
tgeCrty of trat Monday cf J»7ih>tt a.
10 plamtiff's i
r *t Ton aad a favor
of thssaid aad so
Mtached as may be safidaas to
satisfy the said iadcaeataad eneta will be scldw s3ltfy
WM. 1. CHOBUK. C eriL
OonieU. deabaaood ;
QTATB OF ILUNOI3, COUNTY OF COOK !
fcgk 88.—Qrcait Coart of Cook County, March Term. (
SeSeHui w. Kiket Ouu.
°L toe noa-residcice of Robert
K?a , t tk bo o'r Sed-ifTaS; j
Nowe is hereh* ■«-- _. vumt of Oook County,
• _.ca to the said Robert Camahan that
- complainants filed their bill of oomp faint ia cald
Coart oa the Chancery sUe thereof, oa the dcxittb day I
of January. md »)-«t an a sumsoas therespoa
Issued oat of Ooart against said defeadaata re- 1
tamable oa the tint Moaday of Maroa aext. IM9. aa la bj j
law required. Now. unless jon tae said Robert Caauhaa
personally be aad appear before said Circuit Oouri •
of Oook County, on the first oar or the next March tern
thereof to ben olden at Chicago. Is said County, oa the
first Mend ay of starch. ISSa. aad plead, answer or de*
otartothesaid **"' ** *°ni»UlTiV thn same ]
and themsttrisaad thingsthereia charged asd stated
wlllbetakeaaa ooafeased. aa_d a decree entered spinel <
ywaacoordiaa to the prayer erf eaid bin. j
WM. L, OTTTMTT. (Jwk. |
MkBW.maMOMBniWX 1
Railroabg.
6HEIT WESTKUTi HAIL KOLTE.
WIHTEH AnnANfiEMEST.
ON AND AFTER SUNDAY, NOV. 28TH,
1368, passenger Trains will lea7e the WoUfl strwei
depot daily. (Sundays exceated) as!'cilowc:
GALENA * OHZOAGO UNION R. R.-UAINLINI.
forfreeport. Galena. Donleith. Beloit, Janervllle and
Prairie dnChlen.
PaisengerandKalL,... 8 50 A. M.
Passenger (dally) 7.10 P. M.
Elgin. MoHeary. Crystal Lake and Richmond. 320 P. M-
OaiOAGO. gJLTOS AND IOWA LINE,
roa stxaa. ynuaa An omxAi. towa.
Through Passenger LOOP. M.
De Kalb Passenger 3.30 p. M.
Two Thraagh -'rains wUI leave Central Depot at toot of
Lake street, aafoUows:
rOBQILXXA. DOXLXZTXIX3 ST. PAUI.
Dally (Snnday: excepted). A. M. and 7.00 P.M.
TRAINSEASTWARD.
■ »w AMD CCOAOO UXIQX ""W"
Lea?e Dunlelth 7.00 A. M,—arrive In Chicago 5.30 P. M
Leave do 7.W P. M.—arrive In Chicago iv« A. U.
ceoaoo. rnuox ax? iota Lara.
Leave foliar 10.00 A. M—arrive In Chicago at 6.00 P. M.
Leave DeZalb 6.15 A.M.—arrive In Chicago at So A. U.
bxloit ixs MAnnoa auxca.
Leave JanesviUe at 10.2) A. M..—arrive In Chicago at
SJUP M
Leave Jane jvllle at L3O p. 3#.—anive In Chicago at
4.-06 A.U.
fox xivxa vaLLar aaaaoaD.
Leave Cgin at 7JO A. M.—arrive In 9Jo p. M
Passenxen for all pelnta on the Galena and Uhlcacc
Onion EUviroad. and fnlton Lines, ;hoald take the trains
from Wells Street Depot.
Ose of Woodruff's Patent Sleeping Can will leave Cen
tral Depot nightly with 7.UJ P. M. Train for Dunleith.
All tne above trains connect with the Great Eastern
lines diverting fcoo Chicago.
ThrcaghUcketscanbe buughtat taeroOowiagofSees:
H.J.Spanldlnx's. comer Lake and Dearbcrn rtre-lz. P.
f. W. AC.R.R. TTctet 031ce. corner of Randclrh and
Dearborn streets; Michigan Southern OOce under the
Revere House, and at the Central and Wellgstreet Depots
JOHN B. TCRNSR. President.
P. A* Haii. Sns't.
1L H. Poatax. General 'naket Agent. n059
BXIOHiaAN BOUTS SB II
JUTS
T.AKK SHORE EAILBOAD.
1838. .Winter Arrangement 1851
rpfIROUGH ROUTE TO NEW YORK
I Boston. Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington,
Cleveland, rlusbargh. uunklrt. BnSalo. Niagara Valla,
Rochester, Syracuse. Troy. Albany, Elmira. Binghamp
ton. Springfield. Worcester, and all points In the New
bgland States.
400 A. M. Mall and AceoaodaUon. via old Michigan
line.
645 A. M. New York gxmeee leaves Chicago via old
Michigan Une.
8:00 P. U. New York and Boston Express, via old Mld>
lganllne.
&45 A. 11 iraln (d%lly. except Bcndays.) connects at
Adrlai with train for Monroe and Detroit,
making close connections at Detroit with
trains on Great Western Railroad.
&00 A. M. (dally. 23 an oar* excepted.) connecting
Elkhart with train for tioihen Air Line.
8,00 P. M. (daily, except tfatorday.) connect at Adrian
with trains for Monroe and Detroit
ONE Of
wooDsarrs faisnt st.xxpcto cabs
Will the Night Train.
QTPaseengers leaving Chicago on tne &4S A.M. train
get a Nignt Car at Cleveiand.
ticket Offices In the West, and
at the Oospany's Office unaerthe Revere House, comes
Randolph and Dearoora streets, and at tne depot,
my 10 u. M. uRAY. Gettera. Wmtefa Agent.
1858 WHITER ARRASQZMEHT 1859
For C«nirml and Westem lowa, N«braa»
kJt and Kansas.
CHICAGO ASD SOCK I3LASDR. 2.L151.
Coaooscd of the
CUeago k Rock Island, Peorti 4 Bimi Yalle)
and Hliilsslppl k SUieourl Railroads*
Through jrom "chicago to iowa
CITY and Waahlnrton without change of Cars.
Only direct ronte from Chicago to Joll-u L«Salle.Per%
Peoria. Rock Island. Davennort. Mcscsdne, lows City,
Wasnlngton and fort des Molnea.
Three Passenger Trains leave Chlectp d.slly
from Depot, corner Tan bur an and Shemm streets as
follows:
11.00 A. M..Day Xxprets. Sundays except** -for Jollet,
La Salle, Peoria, Rock Island. Musca
tine, lowa City and m aahlnrton.
ILB9P. M-. Night Express, Baterdays excel
ria. Rock Island. Dateoport. MuscaUte, InwaOiiy.
ana Washington.
5.00 P. JL, Jollet Accommodation, stopping u all sUtlcns,
arriving at Jollet at d.A6 P. kL
The Chicago and flock Island and Mississippi
souri Railroads form tue only throtuh routs from Cnl*
caco to tne Interior of lowa.
Passenger trains innthrousJi to lowa City and Wash*
Ington without detention, trdianxe of cm at the Mis
tlss'ppl River, crossing the Railroad BriJge between
Rock Island and Davenport,
fhroughTrains arrive at Chicago at 4 40 A. M. and 6.9
• P. M.
JoUetAeoooßodatlott at9.si a. M.
OONNECTIUKi
. At La Salle, with UlTnnla Ouikral Rallro»2 for 6alen«
: Imnlelth. Ctlm &nd Intermediate points.
5 At Peoria with the Peoria and Oanawka Railroad fw
; Galeetiurg and Burlington.
i At Washington trith Line of Stages t> Osealoosa,
. Knoxvllle. and all poinu In and Southern
« lowa.
: At lowa City wilhWesternSta*eOo'slinfUiilCoich«3
1 for fort des Moines. Council HSoAI Washington. Oik»
looia. Newton. rcrt uodge, hloux Cliy.
. li vieUa. lowa kails. Cedar Rapidi, Cedai
: falls, and ail points in Central and Westcmlowa, Ne*
t braska and Kansag.
. Local asd through ticket* oasale at the Depot, also at
. oOceof fort Wayne and Chicago Railroad. comerDear
i bora and Randolph streets, andoffice Michigan Scoihsis
. Railroad under Revere Hotel.
! ionu r. tiuor. scd'l
' W. Ik ST. JOHN. Gfin'l Tiaket Ait«nL avlO
CHICAGO, IOWA AND NEBRASKA RAILROAD
. GHANQS OT TIME.
; OPEN TO MBOHANXOSVILLE.
ON AND AFTER WEDNESDAY, PEC. 1,
ISM. until farther notice. Trains will run as fol>
lows:
; Leave Cllntcn at. Slsa. M. and 4.20 P. M.
Arrive at 3!echanlcsvllle, lilu M, end I*) "
Leave Mechaalcsvilie, U.dO A. U. ahdiiW "
Arrive at Clinton
e Oonsec*Jngwith Through Trains forChlcago, ovar the
Dixon Alr-Llna of the Galena and Chicago union Rall
, raod.
t At De Witt with stages for Davenpott and Maquoketa.
t At Yankee Ran wnn stages to; t'orunw. At Onion
r Grave with Bta«es for Tiptoe. At Mechanirtvllll with
stages for Anamosa. Lisbon. Mt. Yemen. Marion and
3edar Rapids.
' fREIGHT TRAINS LEAVE DAILY.
, The Shortest. Cheapest and most Eiraedltlous Route
between Chicago and Central Inwa. It odng only lit
• miles from Chicago to the lilaslsgleplßlver, and thenoe
directly Into U<,t fnt«rlor of lowa.
1 VT Aa AejQt will be at the Deoctln fultoe, to recalve
i eil Baggage for Clinton or the road, which mil ho ooc>
1 veyeu acroai the riyer free of char#*.
; M , M. SMITH. Eng. A BapW
| CIIdUS. Towfc, Nny. 5? IMA d«10
THE PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL RAILROAD.
1%4 Capacity of UiU Road U novtJZiuai to any to
, {Ae Country,
Three Through Passenger Trains
BETWEEN prrrganGu AND PHILADKI PBIA.
; pONNECTLVU DIRECT IN TUE UNION
VJ Dcnot at Pitishunrwlth ihrough tnuns >rom alt
He'temCiumor fnuwe'DOia, ~ew York, coston. Bal.
tlmore and » athisgton Clt>; thus furnishing facilities
for the transportailaa of passesgera unsurpassed for
speed and comfort by any other route
Express and *att lines run through to Philadelphia
wl'hont change of ears or conductor^
Smoking can are attached to eaon train: Woodruff's
Sleeping Cars to expras «nd fact traJia. The fcxeress
ninsdailv. MjU aatdfASt i Lie Sundays excepted- 'three
aailj'-raunconaectolrectforN^wYftffc. kspress and
itaat Line connect for Baltimore ana Washington.
Trains connect at Pittsburgh with the 3 A. M. Kxsress.
Arrive In Philadelphia or Baltimore at • p. iL And In
New York at 10 SQ P. U.
Trains connect a Pittaburgh with the S P. M. fas
Lin* Arrive In PhUade.phla or Baltlr.cre a; 8 A M.
ardlnNew Vork atX3OP. M. M\ll Tiaini leave Plus
ySVsm^M*o U Piiil*Jelphia U p. M.. New
pi? djJly trains between Philadelphia and New York;
TwoeailytiajnsbetweenNewYortaodBoston. Thro-aah
Ilckttg. (all Rail) »re good on either of the above Trains.
Boat Tickets to Bottoa are good via Norwich, fall
R.veror dtonlnjton Uces,
Tickets Eastwardcay be oksataed at any of the Im.
tortantrallfoad oOctt In t « West: also, ou board an?
of tr.* Tesuiarltneof Maamersoo the MiisLsippi or Qhfl
andUckelg Westward at the offices ot Com.
panj In Boston, New York. BalUmore or rWadelphia.
Fare alwajs as Low as by aaj other Bonte.
The ot the We»tem connectiuns of the
Pennsylvania Railroad to Cnlcago oa»ee thla the
Dirtct Lvu Mtsaa U* £att and Vu GruU
Sorthisut.
Tke connection of tracts by the Railroad Bridge at
Pittsburgh, avoiding all drayage or fenlage of freight,
together with the saving of time are adr&atagesreadliy
atpreadated by ahitCKl ol freight and the traveling
public
Parties thiptingEartwaid win find It to their adraa
tar? to ihip by this route.
for freight contracts or rhlpplng directions; actrfy to or
addies* either of the 'oliowing o.' tie company:
tt? iL }>lew * rti DojieAOo. Slubenvilie. O:
H S fierce A 0«, Zanesvi-le, O; J J Johnson, kipley. O;
R ilcNeelj. Majs«ille. Ky; OrmsbyA Cropper, fo.t*
mouth. O: Paddock A Co. Jeff nonvlUe, ind; U W
Brown AC<k Cincuinait O: Athera A Hlbbcrt, cinclnca.
U. O: RO Meldrum, Madi'ttn. Ind; Wlhlam Bingham.
Ky:P ll '.'Riley A Co. Evansvlde, ina;
N WGraham 4 Co. Oal'O. Ill: R VBas*. St. Loulg, Mo;
Jcun H NaahviLe,Teon; Harris A Uunt. em
phu.T«nn; Clarke A C.«» Chicago. Ill;- W H U Koonta.
Alton. Hi; Murpby * WaUe. Dubaque, Iowa: or to
f. eight Agents of Rallrrads at different points la the
West.
The greatest facilities offered for the prote*tion asd
speedy ot live Stocfc. and Good Accoa
modations with usual Drivileges for persons travednx la
charge thereof,
_ . fREIGHTS WEBTWARD.
- fty tt jßcut* Fre gtta of all dUcriptlong can be for.
warded from Philadelphia, N«w York. Boston or tfa li
more,toaaypouton tne railroads of Ohio, Kentucky,
Indiana, Illinois. Wisconsin. lowa or Missouri, by rail
direct.
The Penrsrlvaasa Railroad a\*Q (xmcects at Pittsburgh
wuh aieamer&bywMchfcflodacan oeforwarded to any
pert on the Ohio. Mtualngsm. Kentucky- Tennessee.
liiino : a Missia»lppl. Wisconsin. Mbaoarl,
Kaflkas, Arkansas and Red hlvtn; and at Cleveland.
Sandusky and Chicagu wl n Steamer* to all poru. on tne
NortL.vVestem Lake*.
Merchanaand OnipoersenUastlnglhe tr<msportallon
of their ire'ght.o thU company, canttly wliU confi; ense
on its apetdy tracait
Ihe Rateaof freight to any point In the West ty the
Pennoivaoxa Ba)Lo«d are at all times as favcraule as
are eharicd by other Railroad Com..antei.
partiouar to mark package* ** via Penn. R. 3.**
kierchasta la the west ordering goods from the last
will do well to direct them to be stumped by thla roijte.
Par lee attending to tneir own shipments from the Cast
will find It to their interest to call on trie Agents of this
Company at the •olioalng places before sipping; or lew
ten adore-sed to either of tnem upon the subject of
treiah s will meet w.tb prompt attention.
E. J. Sneeo«r, Kiliadebhi^
MasravA Koon& su North street, Balt'aore.
Leech A Co-No. 3 AsV>r bouse, or No. la. na-itN Y
Leecn A Oo . No. H Kilby street Button.
H. U. HOCRTON Gen'l frelaht Ae't. Phlladeinhla.
L. L HGUPT. Gen I iic4«t Ag*t. Philadelphia.
THOS. A. SOuaT. Gcn'l eup-.t. Altooaa. Pa. Jal3
1858-a*-WIXISR ARRAHOUSST" -18i8-9
TU
TT.T.TMftTM OSKTBAX. BAZZsBOAS.
of ; Time,
ON AND AFTER SUNDAY, NOT. 28,
trains wUI leave the Great Central Deaot, fret oi
Booth Water and Lake streets:
St. Louis. Cairo and New Orleans Express lfrflo a.M C
. . «B*iiy, Sundays excetted.)
and Cairo Express. JObOO P.M.
OaUy, Bondayi excepted J
Tor Peoria Deca w« Terre Altos.
Jefej>o3 Giy, Xantas.'aa'd aU pointa oa Mleourl hvop
I CAIRO. «*»«
i Memphis, Napoleon. Vlcs«t>urs, Natche*. Galveston.
I NEW ORLEANS,
And aU Inurmedlate pslnts.
A stock train, with a passenger car attached as ferai
Kankakee will leave at i.BQ P.JL (daily. Sundays «x.
eetted). On Saturdays a paseager ear will be ran oo
this train as fhr as Urbann&
arrive St, and Cairo at klO asd
OONNEOTIONS.
, Wie P.M. trains make direct connections at
Mattoon with Terra Haute and Alton Railroad for Alton v
and St. Loois. and at Cairo with the railroad line ef
steamers for New Orleans, leaving Cairo on alternate
?he 13J0 P.M. train makes direct connections atTo
lono with Great Western Rnilrcad for Springfield, Jack* i
aonvllle and naniej; at Mattoon with Terre U and
Alton RallroaJ nr Alton and St. Louis, and a» Odin i
QhV) a<id Mississippi Railroad for St. Lcoia,
fOR THROCGH TICKETS AND INfORMATION.
Apply at toe Oomnany's OAce in the Great Central
Depot: at the Mictugan Central Railroad office, comer 1
of Lake and Dearb » street: at the Pittsburgh, fort 1
W«ne aad Chicago Railroad Ofßce. oomer of Dearborn
anf aandolnh streets and atallßteamhftatawrt ■>.
Office In the Eait and North.
JAS. a CLARira. Gen'l SnaA
W. P. JOHNSON, General Tkket Asent.
no3> W. R- ARIHOR. Buct, Chkage Dlytfea. |
CHICACO, 8T» fAUL ASD FOND DU LACR.I*
CHANGE Of TIME.
/"\N AND AFTER MOSDAT, DEO. 13,
U MB, Trains oa thlg wOl leave Chlcaco ae
fbQowa:
A> K- for Beloit, JanegviH* Madison and Pnlzlg
da Chien.
300 Ti M. for jacesvQle and Madison.
Tralng arrive at 1210 P. M. and &5Q P. K.
Carrying the TTii —iTi U. SL MaQ for all polnta ha tha I
Northwest.
CVlhroogh from Chicago to Prairie dnChlenwUhaal
change of Care.
SlSssl?Bf line of Pane* j
iSBi Bi&fcDnrcA».*i»
Railroflfts.
Winter Arrangement.
CHICiGO ASD MILWACXEE UILXOID.
lux aaoosucix.
Great Kail and Bxproa. Bonta to SC. Paul.
ON AND AJTER~MOiDAT, NOVEM
ber 29th. 1668, Puututer Trains will ran dally,
Ujandays excepted.) u folio*?:
THROUGH TRAINS.
utAVxeiieAOs. naa btatiox ook. ww watcxAooox *t%
9:00 A..M.-»gjrfnjatatlSlaaGas.reaebln« Milwaukee
frrawtoo. HUhland Park, Lake
iad sutlons north, ud
antvlax In a&Uwaokee at fcli p. M.. and coo.
ae c^ ll * » l*Crosse A Milwaukee Ktllrwl
for 0k Paul and all ucUua In the North-weal.
viSiNii ma iXLTfis cxunao at
*00*• lt-^Dlnx tt*n SlAtiona. todAfriTlmat W»
. CONNECTIONS.
At Milwaukee with La Crosee A Milwaukee Railro art for
Hartford, Horricon. B*A7cr Jan. PoiUko CI It. Lljbon.
Sjarta, and LaCrossc. connecting at Sparta tad La
rosse with three_dallj line of btagee tor SL PanL
Winona. fountain City. iteeu'a Landing. Hod Win*. p» e*-
eoU, Hudson.Stillwater, Haitinp. Bt. Anthony x«inn»«p
oiis and Minnesota.
also Coaster at Junction with the fond do lao and
with the Horicon Railroads, lor fonddu Lac. Oshkosh.
Weapon. Ripon and Berlin. Also, with the Milwaukee
and Mississippi and Milwaukee and Watertown KeUtoad
for Whitewater. Janesville. Madison, Prairte da Chicn.
St. Paai llartiacu and W«tertown.
At Rarine JnncU.n. witu tne Mississippi
Railroad. for Borilngton, Zikhora, Delavan. Darien.
\ loit and R-ekton.
. freight Trai_s leave Milwaukee at 8:00 A. M.. and Cht>
I cwo ai ±. iL .ui'.y
L no2J H. L.BYKE3. JR.. Soot
. PIVISSLB6. iOKr KiVSE JL CHICASO R.l
I "VOW COMPLETED A>'D CABS RUN
X 1 fromi Chicago to Pittsburgh without chance, oon*
tucUng with the treat
PEMNgYLV AN LA CENTRAL ROOT*.
To NewYori, Paliadcipnia, UalUmora and WasMngto
£?\£i vi o' Penngjlvanla,NewJer
ley. New i ore Marjund. Ae.
„ Meren«ita.bi taxing thu route, will have the bene*
fit of all the eaetera mtrkeu at no
B<m» cheeked thro tub.
Train* leave the depot comer of Canal and Tan Barm
street* west »lde, aa foil- «t:
A- M-—-Moroto* Rxpreas, dally, gnnday- excepted.
5:45 P. M.—Night sxprees, di.ly, tiaturdays excepted*
Oonnei&ag at or eeune wjtu ci« ?«aii Laa o aaor«
Ballro&d to Donklrk. Boffaio,
and lioitou, and all Interior towaj of c!tr» racland-vla
Mew Yorkwnualand New York in<i ti.e Aeliroada.
Abo. to«tn to Colambaj, Zaoea«Uie. Newark. Mocet
BUofcenTiUe, Wbea'ln* '.nifrlnr u>wns cf
CMo a&d Alio trains at Lima for Oanon and
dlrtCt
AA LOW AS ANT OTOXS ROCTI.
Paeenten ftonad eait willflod thlironteboth pleaianl
andaareea&le,Dassuix:lirooah many ef the laneit aid
Ones', cities InUie Cnlted
i P-auigm #rrt7«a at on any of theroada.
wUI and attentive check takers at the depou. to recrl\ 0
, chec*s and convey bwsue ire* t* -hane to the wtta.
bonth and Ohlcafto cars. Bleeping car* accompany
eavb train.
for sale atallUicprtnd;.U ticket offiees In tie
t at the Company s oflce. comer of Raadoii b
and Dearborn streets, or at the depot on Taa Bona
street. Chicago.
Be particular to fertlckeu by Jort Wayne.
DAN"L W. BOWL iifp'lAwßt Ohloaes
JOHN R
1 J. a. uUßAtttvY.dapt. W. D.
TO MSauUANTS AND SHIPPERS.
I Ihe Plttaoonth. fort Wayne A » blca«o Ji. a. 00..
aT l ca , e^e^e(l^?^ T » nße,oeol «>e Ptonajlvanla
Central iiUroad company, tor the tnuijpoitatlon of
Tf-roogh frelgh's. propenv can nnw ha on thla
t York and Boston, with promiua** rtod despatch. Con.
ttacu fern og made at the foUqwlag places:
No. 1 8. William sva«t,( New York.
No. i Battery Place, 1
No. 64 tCUCT »Ueeu Botton.
No. 8 Doe* street. Philadelphia
Depot North atreet. PhhadeW.a.
Depot, Twelfth Rreev, oorrerCwal Chlea»
1 P- Pv. Wayne AO. E. A
1 for farther InfomaUon, Ac, appjy to
r j A?ert - Chicago,
no'a Ax'i. Pitubargh, Pa.
CHICAGO, BCRLWemV X QCL\C¥ U. R.
. 1858 CBANOE OF TIMS T. 185»
• /\N AND AiTKK DJiC., IJ, ittfS, TWO
f _TUr ;u<h Patji-iiijbr Tralaj wUI leave the Cen
-1
, 7AI A. M. pay Exams (Bandars excepted) arriving at
Mecdota liUO M.; OaSea&urß tJO P. M.; Bar*
ilfl P. M. Ixprtn Jjicadajs excepted) arrive* at Men
jloia U.«# P, M., (jaleaborx s»l*> A M., Bar*
, , Uo«v>n 7.M jl iL. Qmncy U.A) A. M.
l _ Tra!£f*eavii Vas:?ard as follows:
Lcav* Bart'ncton 7:48 A.M. A 3.45 PM
Qalncy 0 a.M . A I:3o P.' 34.*
Uslesbarg.... law A.M. a ;:oy p.ii.
Aurora Pa»ec<c leaves Auro a 7:ui A. M.
Jtxpreas trains Arrive at whicajro «46 p.M. A fcSO A.M.
t LOCAL CONNECTIONS.
At Meadota with Illinois Centra! HaUroad north fbr
Aabcy. Mxon. Preeport,Ual«Qaand Bunlettli: andsouth
.or LjUfJe. tonica, Wlnon*. PaaoU, Btoomln«ton.Dec».
tor, avbouifc calro, Ac.
> purticgton close Con Me tlons are made by twa
ua.lv trains with UarllMton and Mlssoan lliver XalL>
road, for ML PkasuLTalrfleld. Ottumwa, Ostaleoaa*
Chariton, fort Usj Moines, fort Do dice. Council UluO*
°^^ z „V >t 7<* i 'd<Ulp o rtlonsofKansaeand NebrMka. altw
Oompaay for Meotroje; thence by
.U Qioiii.-j direct ronnccUoas are m*iV» by stace (SO
1 ®i'es) with UAnoilaL and ther.c* Hannibal A at.
Josepa lallroad for 8'- Juseac. Leavenworth. Kanaaa
City and all parts of aanias and SoShern Nebraska.
Tlls laLheoaly direct rome durlngttie winter moothi
between the Kjii ana Suu>aa, aethere la oniy about
mileaitagiajia the whole alaunce to St. Joseph,
i At Vl7Qoatn wttn staicrs for Aeoxuk.
te had at the Depot am. at the
Oentral offloe. comer of Lake and
. „ aQ. BAMAIONa Pe^lßS*V
tAH*!. PowwjL Oen't it«» <•!#
1868. Winter Arraignment igfia
' VII BKHMiAa CinTail. ASD SBSAT
wtSTIIUI (CANADA) S.ULWAT
rrKAINS LEAVS TIIe UKKaT CENTRAL
1 Djpou (c.Ol »f Like rtrttt, chiciso:
6:1*) A. York kxprecs— (excet. Sondart) arrlva
• & 4? aw™ nrtilge. or
EaiSaio taj A. SL; Albrjiy 4;») P. M.. New
u"? IL^ 0 Philadelphia via Klmlxa.
ikOO A. II —Cincinnati Express— (Sundays excepted)]
w Arrive at ClnclnnaU at9.SOLP.M.
T.W»A. la.—Detroit AocomodaUon (except Sundaj) ar>
» m .. rive at Detroit llfco4 P.M.
P.M.—New York and Boston Kxpreaa—(?aturJays
excei-t«Ji, Arrive Det» oil *ls P. M ;duipra.
slon U»iAje or Buffalo SHOO P. M; Albany 10.U)
1 * >< if^ I<e *'*o{k4:3oP.. , d.;Bortonll.44P.*l.
1 S;0O P. It—«aclnaatl and Louisville Kxprtse—
I Sa«rday.) Arrive at Cincinnati 11 JUA. 11
Lomsriue WW P. M.
Only one trvn on 7 at &Q0 P. M.
. All tralcs oonaectat Par.- withthe Buffalo and Ljm
| HuronEUUway forUaS»t- and iS oota£KastTatl?
1 6 fa °'* Crunk Hallway to Klnnton. 0»
ueoalmnth, Mon»r;i l .Qotfcee» aad In Caoaita
1 Bast. Northern Vermont. New Hamnhlreaud Malno.
vr Baiaage checked through.
ThroaghUcketsforsaleaitbeprlnctpal aallroad
In the W«i, and a; the Keoeral office, corner Lake ao2
Ueyborn sireeta. opposite the Tremout Mouse, Cbicace.
and at Urn depot, footo/ Lake strreL
„ _ n 2. N. RIOX. ftaaerlntendenv
H. J. 2>Auir«o. Pen. Pus. Agent. M. a S.B. ooJft
' I.HPOItTANT NOTICE. *
St. Loais, Alton and Chicago RaJ road.
CHANCE OF TIMF
Two Express Train,, Daily
FOB ST. LOUIS.
ON AXD AFTER SCT.NDaT, TIIR 30TIT
ln»t. trains will tea*e Depot, comer of Canal aid
Vaa eurenstretts as follows:
A. JJ. Mall «B;l Rx Dress. (Pondsy# exc-cted.)
P. M. N ght axprese, (Satrndajs exvepieJ.)
ARRIVES.
Night Express a «
Mall and JCxpress a! m.*
40LIBT ACCOMMODATION. * ,
LeavesJollet o-js jl |f
Anlvtsat Ccteaxo a. M.'
Leaves Cblcaco p
Arrives at
J>»'y A. a. MOORE, Geoeral Sopt.
HANfiIBAL AND ST. JOSEPH
WINTER ABBANOKMENT.
The h. & st j. r.k. is yaw open
113 miles west from Hannibal and n eist St.
Joeeph.leavlrii< only 18 mite* staging between the Hi*
siaiippl and Ml'so rlltivers, Oa -.he first day 01 March
the entire road will tie completed.
This rou.eaiT. ra< t"e rao t direct, reliable ard exredt*
tlouicominoolcitlon with Kao»as, fait Lake
and Pike'* Peak: carrying passengers3uu miles nearer to
Pike's Peak than any o:ber Kfulroad. from St. inertih
the fort Kearney roa'els tne bt st «niy miles to Pike's
Peak, and v.a the ttarjsvtlle Cat-Off wl<l reduce ih's ul»> 1
tanceto47smL«k fromSCJ»sephStMesleAVedallyfur
Leavenworth. Westcn and Kansas Citj. asd also to
Atchison and Lecompton, o*ss)og through tieary City.
Doniphan, Winchester, Hickory Polatanditcalooaa, coo.
necttnjr with lines frctn Tocek& Oiaaaa, Grasshopper
falls, Lawience. lodlanola. and fort Hllev. Tne great
overland mall leaves Bt. Jotei h every Monday for Salt
Lak>». via Port Kearner. P rt Bridaer and Noble'n Pas*.
ToOmahAandoouucilUluils a dully line 0' stages too
from o*. Josephs paa:L*s toruuah and by LloJea, lowa
Point, Nebrsaka Cltv, Piattszouth, Pwsengers freni
Cnieago. Detroit,OlndnnatLDavtoa. Pltlsborguand Lou.
Uvllle will And thl? In every respect the tLOtt dealraMe
n-u'.:. PaasengersfromCnlca.ovlatheC.B.Atj, 8.H..
correct at Quiuey wltb bonis for Uinnibal
Upon the opeolnx of the road »nd navigation on the
Hitwfslppi th« Ume between Cjlcsao and St*Joecph wilt
i et) -ce3 to 3ti heart.
Tralnsleave nannlbaldally at 8 A sf, Leave 91. Jo
g-ph at 7 A M. JOdIAU HUNT. Supt. .
£. B. QitOAf. QeuT -.ket Art. jaSscllM
niEtlSIEE'i SALE—DEFAOiJ UAVI.N'G
X Stephen Derr and Horatio O. Lam
bard !n lhe pjyment of a pro-algtery note executed by
them and dated on the 31th day of April, asd payable to
toe order of Timothy Kirk ten montn > a-ter daieUieteo'.
andbelscfor theiumcf clneteen hunared and fifty five
dollars HL955). ani drawing Interest at' en per cect.
PubUc nckce Is therefore brreby given that In purso
ance ot U e do vers contained In a deed of Trust executed
by sild Oerrand 1 ambard. of date with said tote, run*
ningto the undersigned as Trusee. I. Thomas FreeniAD,
the Trustee aam*d in satd deed of trust, w ll on the nine,
teenthdayof febroary, A. D. 1559 at t«n o'clock in i&e
forenoon of said day. sell at puito auction forca»bu>
the highest bidder, at the dooro* the Court House
of the county of Cook, to U>e city of Chicago, ail tne real
estate aid property described In aid conveyed by salct
deed of trust, U>*it; lot number eleven ill) In block m
baaber twcoiy iX) ia Caroeotcr's Addition to Chicago,
jtu tn the • l;y of Chicago, cou tr 0! Co?k anl
cfliUnob: said need bfirmt recorded !n'hf mEc; of
the Uecordtr of said Cook cooa'y. Apri: Ath. >Bal in book
49 of Ueedi, page oil. TUjMadfUKaMaN.
ft9cHWtd Trustee.
J H. BREED &. CO'3
* TOOTB-FOWSBS,
A favorite wllh ivcry one wbc hasujedlU
Pr.piredby
J* H. REED Jc CO., ApoUecaiies,
HI AND ltf LAKX STREET.
At£o %
Boyce k Easterly's Dentifrice. GosneQ's Cherry Paste.
Pellatler's, Rowland's and BaxU's OdsnUne. Odonlice
lllxcr, 1 trawberry and Burnett's TooUt wash. Onarcoal
and Rose Paats.
A 7X292 LOT 07 TOOTH BBU3HEB.
ft! 3
HISXUHI£S
The Worka or the Lata
wai. a. PRDBOOTT,
Coßprlslng the following :
PHILLIP THE SECOND. STok
7EBOINAND AND ISABELLA SVols. #
CONQUEST Of MEXICO 3 Vols.
PERU 3 Vols.
BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL Miscellanies. .1 Vol.
Par tale by
W. B* KEEN, Boot»eUor,
fe!9 tf 54 148 Lake street.
XTOTI C B.—THE CO-PAaTNEESHIP
I w h'retofbre exis leg under the name of Thomas
George A Co. is'his rftv d'ssclved by mutaal ccnsent.
Ttumae Oeoraels auth'riaed to settle ail ue bos ncM of
the late first TUOMAH GB »}»<.
Chicago. feb.loth.lSss. CALU) V. «iaTEd.
The subscriber will continue the business as carried 00
by the >ate firm, and wi Ibe to serve both old auix •
new customers to almost everjtilng In tne w-y of
HOUSE FDIUnSHmO GOODS.
THOXAS UEOctUK.
feia-lw* At the Old Stand. »l Lake street,
a OLD MTTKn AND PRINTED 3ATI
-
ARNOLD'S WRXTISG FLBID UY DuZ.
or Bottle *brsal9 bt J. H. KVED A ("0..
Ma W anil ObemlMa 144 * 14.; Lake^L
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