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CHICAGO DAILY PRESS AND TRIBUNE.
VOLUME XII.
PRESS AND TRIBUNE.
Friday mosniko, ebb. 25, 1859.
BEPCBLICAN niS§ IdKJBTING:
There will be a Ratification Mui Meeting at
the Mechanics' Institute Hall THIS (FRIDAY)
EVENING, February 25, at 7}4 Good
speakers will be is attendance. AU Republicans
are invited to attend.
By order of Committee.
Hikrt Howlaxd, Secretary.
Tlic Republican City Ticket.
The Republican City Ticket, nominated fairly
by the Convention yesterday, commands our
hearty and unqualified support. In it we aee
aisuranees that the same wise measures which
have made the city, during the last yoar, order
ly and safe to a degree hitherto unknown; which
huve successfully carried on bo many important
works of internal improvement, at so amall a
cost; and which have so materially lessened
the burden of taxation at a time when relief, no
matter bow alight, is acceptable, will be con
tinned m the year to come. For electing the
men who are pledged to carry out the Republi
can policy of Retrenchment and Reform, inaa
grated when the Dyer dynasty was overthrown,
we shall Übor with the and fidel
ilj tl)Aijr» enajyjfi j 0 lik* contests here
tofore. Recognizing every ©»•»»» ri*krto oqdm« .
the man for whom be will rote, we at the satas
time expect every man who aa a Republican
cares t*»r the effect which a defeat in Chicago
would have upon the politics of the State at
large—every man whe desires a continuance of
intelligent and benificent Republican rule in
this yoang city which needs Republican conser
vatism and wisdom in the shaping of her das*
tiny—to see that the gentlemen put in nomina
tion yesterday, do not fail of an election for the
want of generous and zealous support. Had
we the namiog of tho candidates we oould have
gratified our likes and dialikes by changes not
sow to be thought of; but the ticket as it is, is
tho unbiassed choice ot the party to which we
belong. It was nominated expression of
the party's wilL For that reas&a and because of
the important consequences which hinge upon
itKkncsees, we pledge ourselves to its support
Let us urge upon all who do not wish to aee the
uviuicipal affairs of Chicago surrendered to a
p >rty thut has proved its incapacity to rule, to
Jo! the example.
Illinois in Congress*
The Representatives of some other States may
have acquired more reputation in the present
Congress than our Republican delegation in that
body, from Illinois; but we are sure thatnObe
hare done more than they to help onward the
Republican causo. Harked by widely different
characteristics, each has tilled his place with 1
credit to himself and with profit and honor to 1
the State. Commencing with Washbdbhs, who 5
has unerring sagacity, large experience and 1
never-failing inclination,for work; tbence to '
Fa.bxswobtb, who is as Bound as heart of oak; 1
tbence to Lovsjoy, eloquent, brilliant and
trenchant; to Kzllogo, who has maturejudg-* <
ment and other aolid intellectual qualifications,
we see nothing in either which any Illinois Re
publican may not congratulate his State upon
possessing. We are sure that for the eminent j
services—services sometimes unavailing as j
against Democratic preponderance—rendered
by these gentlemen, siogly and collectively, to 1
' the caujift of truth in politics, and wisdom, econ- 1
cmy and justice in the administration of govern- j
mental liffdira, they will find in the warm praises c
of the constituents the reward that they have «
sought. £
,Falko and Treacherous to the last. c
The closing hours of the Legislature, which <
adjourned yesterday.about 10 o'clock A.M.,
were marked by a piece ot bumbnggery which *
is an index of all Democratic law making since j
the day the session began. We quote from a c
rtiapntch to our Migbbor, the Journal, of last ®
evening: g
44 Previous to adjournment the * Democracy * li
worked in harjuts to a charm. They passed I
resolutions for paying pages, extra clerks and a
postmasters, and tor publishing the laws; alao fi
ior 3,000 copies of Agricultural reports. In t
fact they did almost every kind of legislation." (
When it is remembered that no money for jj
any purpose can be appropriated by resolution, r
the transparency of this humbug will be seen at C
a glance. The object, ol course, is to create 0
the belief that if the Agricultural reports are "
not printed, if the clerks are not paid, and if the C
pages go without their new jackets with bell c
buttons and braid to match, the Republican
officers at Springfiuld 'are to blamo. Possibly o
the pages and half a doian or more of the <1
bullet-beaded clerks, who all winter have assid
uously done nothing, may be . deluded by the «
cheat; but that any farmer for whom a volume «
of the reports is intended will fall into the fool*
pit which the Democracy have dug, is what no n
Democrat in his senses will dare to hope. d
Republican AJdcrmanic Nominees. '•
It is conceded on all sides that the Republi
cans have made most excellent nominations for F
Aldermen. The Council is the legislature of
the city ;it is the moat important branch of the E
municipal government. 0 i
The leaders oi the pro-slavery party selected tl
their Aldermanic candidates. In the Republican I 1
party the rank and file made the nominations. fc.
Five thousand voters took part at the primary lc
meetings in the selections, and the result is, 01
tbat they have given the public infinitely the
best set of candidates. The tax-eaters looked
to partisan ends; the tax payers to thepublio
good.
On ihe Republican ticket will be found "solid
men"—large tax-payers and old setllcre, who havo
an iuteicst in the welfare of the city. On the
Pro Slavery ticket are to be found defaulters,
speculator?, party-backs and the tools of political
joblicre, and men utterly incompetent to properly la
diacliarge the re=poiisiblc duties of city legislators.
The ten Republican nominees should be elected,
and they will bo if the tax payers are true to their
own interest*. Let us give ihem a long pull, ®
a strong pull and a poll all together.
Wo republish a list of the Republican Aldfii- 8
manic nominees:
"War is. Var«ls.
1-J. K. Rotsford. 6-C. A. Reno.
2-Jacob Harris. 7-John Alston.
3-ternando Jones. B—Christian WabL er
4-John U. Foster. 9—A. 11. Barley. A
5-Lavi B. Tait. 10-D. F. Wilson.
The Lccompton Charter Ticket, Mi
A great many Democrats opposed the passage gj
of the Lecompton Charter, and signed the mon- an
ster protest that was sent down to Springfield
against it. |
In making up the tax-eaters' ticket the Timu Mi
clique proscribed every Democrat who was
known to have opposed that wicked swindle. * n l
None were put in nomination but those who j ai
bad been in favor of its passage and used their
inflaence to impose tho infamous scheme upon
the city. Pt
— « - off
Next Fair of the State Agricultural W
Society. pa
The Executive Committee or the State Agricul
tural Society, now in session at Springfield, have
deci.lcd, by a majority of two, to hold the next CI
Fair of the Society at Rockford. We are inclined **
to believe, without disparagement of the worthy
burghew of that place, that a majority of the poo
pie of RockfimTwould to-day vote for the holding
of the Fair In Chicago, la these hard times, peo- ■
pie have the ugly knack of looking gift-horses in
the mouth. Wait nntil the subscription paper
goes around, and then see if Rockford has not C 9
drawn an elephant in the lottery. w -
The New York City B» R. Convention*
The much talked of convention of the lour
great railroads between the Seaboard and the
West—the New York Central, the New York
and Ene, Pennsylvania, and Baltimore and v-
Ohio—is now in session at New York. A notice
of the meeting end the proceedings will be £jj
found in our telegraphic column. An attempt
to coerce the Hudaon River Road into the views
of themsjoriiy, is spoken of as likely to be un-
successful, and upon this result the action of up
the Convention will, in all probability, turn. in
Milwaukee Politics, ]
Milwaukee, Feb. 2L—?h<s Democratic Citr coi
Convention yesterday nominated ilernun L pare
for Mayor, E. L. H. Gardiner for Comptroller 7"
Wm. Ikumbock for Treasurer, Erastus Foote for
Police JtuUcc, and IL L. Palmer lor Citv At. ste
tortx-v. f
[Wlio care«?i-Eos ] W
The Overland Hail. dt
Ft. U)ms Feb. Overland Mail, with es
4atc* to the 31st nit., has sirired. No news* No
jpaMesgeß, Kt
7 AN IMPORTANT ORDINANCE.
.
= Special Assessments to be nade Equal and
rnlform.
The matter of special assessments for the im
provement ot streets has caused much dissatis
at faction among property holders formany years
Y) post There has been constant complaint of.un
-0(j iairnes* and inequality in letting out work, and
of overcharge in the cost imposed upon the prop
,na erty benefited.
The establishment of the new grade has led
to the necessity of making an immense amount
of street improvements in the way of filling, wal
ling and paving. The more of this work there
is to be done the more and greater will be the
] v complaints on the score of unfair assessments
Qr under the old mode of making them.
ee For the purpose of procuring uniformity, and
equal justice to the taxpayer and oontractor,
, r> Aidermon Lokq has introduced on ordinance
.jj into the Council, which, if passed—and we have
Q t will doubt it ot the next regular meeting
a —remedy the evil of which property holders
now complain so bitterly.
io The Mayor has given the proposed Ordinance
j. his entire sanction, and is very desirous of having it
|Q adopted by the Council,
i. fifiUnder the Charter, as Alderman Long remarked
j. in his preface to the proposed ordinance, "it is
provided that aay assc-a-mcat for public improvc
ments is to be imposed 'upon the projwrty deemed
benefitted.' Our State Legislature conw ®«i- I
o
! assessment Irbitrarilj to limits wilhput in. I
a friDging rights which wonldlis fatal to the oollec- |
} tion of any tax levied under soch besffes I
many improvements are of a general nature, and I
f the tax must be extended beyond -fee immediate I
a vicinity, but improvements upon oar streets I
_ and alleys, in order to be equal, should be aubjact
to one uniform rule. If ons set of assessors I
charge a paving only upon property fronting the J
B street and another set charge it upon, property I
anywhere In the vicinity, inequality most result. I
} It therefore seems necessvy for the Council to I
t ajopt a rule for their ewn action, and request that I
all aa>essments hereafter to be made for street and I
alley improvements be levied upon the property J
abutting the same. Assessments uniformly so I
made prove aallsfactory, as wben' aQ the |
streets are improved all the owners will havj paid I
| alike for their own front and that alone." I
And as a stiU further guard against injustice, I
the new Ordinance, contains a most important I
provision. It provides that when an assessment I
is made, before ft can be confirmed by ihe Conn- I
cil, the City Ciack shall advertise the names of I
the owners of the' real estate, with the sum of I
money assessed on each lot, and with a descrip
tion of I
will give every owner'due notice |
in what his assessment be, and I
if he has any objections he can to I
the Alderman before the assessment is con- I 1
firmed. We regret that this ordinance was not j 1
adopted a dozen years ago, but better now than ! '
never. We publish the proposed ordinance io I '
another place, and ask for it the perusal of all |
owners of real estate, whose hearty sanotlon we I 1
are confident it will receive. 1
rT I
I
- Ordinance to pßqnalize Special Assess- I
ments. and to Prevent Injustice to, 1
and Frands npon, Owners of Heal '
£state. j
At the last regular meeting of theConncil, I
Alderman Long introduced the following im- I
portant ordinance: I (
Whereas, complaint is made by property- I
holders of ibis city of the msnner and unfair- I
ness of our assessments' and of the irregular I
manner of letting out the work, and of the en- | e
hanced cost imposed upon them in consequence, I ft
and believing that our citizens have just cause I 1
of dissatisfaction, I olTer, with the view of pro- I
curing uniformity and equal justice to oontrao
tor and tax-payer, the following amendatory I
ordinance for consideration: I
An Ordinance to amend an "Ordinance con- I 0
corning AssessmentsforPubliclmprovements:" I e
Section 1. Be it ordaiocd by the Comnon I 1
Council or the Cily of Chicago, that before any
street or public way shall be ordered plunked, I a
paved, or otherwise improved, or any main I B
drains, aqucducU, cross-walks or sewers at the I A
connectiou of ntreets, to be it sluill be tho L
duty or tlm Ctty Superintendent to make out a |
specific plan of the proposed improvement, and if | "
then adopted by the Common Council, bo shall, j £
before any further step is taken iu the premises I
advertise six days iu the Corporation newspaper I
for scaled bids Tor tho work, to be banded in to I
tli« City Clerk, the bids to be opened before the I 0
Common Council in open session, tho city reserv- I *
iug tho right to reject auyand all bids, but is j
hereby authorized to award the job to the lowest I
ruspynsiole bidder. Provided, however, that tho I
Common Council shall proceed to cau-e an asses- I
ment to le made lor tiie contemplated improve- | 11
mcDt based onou the lowest bid—and the said I
assessment, wiion coufirmed by the Common I 81
Council, shall be authority to the Comptroller to I fl
enter into coutract on behalf of the city with the
person or jiersons to whom the award was made. I
Seu. 2. That all contracts entered into for any I
of the iinpmvcmnnia named iu Section 1, shall re- I
quire tlx* work to be done to the satisfaction of I _
tne City Superintendent, who shall certify in writ- I
lug to the Comptroller the completion of the I
work, and if properly done, bis acceptance of the I
same ; and the Comptroller ou receipt of the cer- I se
tilicale of acceptance from the City Superinten- I h
dent, is directed aud hereby authorized to pay im- I
mediately to the contracting parties the amount I N
due in full out of any monies in the City Treasury I Hi
not othenilsc appropriated, the city to protect I t? 1
itself from 1- rs by churning invariably the per 1 uf
centage allowed on all delinquent anse-sments, as I
provideiMn Sections 2, amendeacliurter, approved I
Sec S. When any assessment shall be com- I Si
pleted and returned to the City Clerk, as now
provided bv law, it shall be his doty at the time w
oi giving the necessary notice of said return in L*
the Corporation Newspaper, to csnse to be pub- I u<
liahed, accompanying the same, the roll contain- j
ing the name of the owners of real estate, when
known, a description of the lots and parts of I
lots which may be assessed, the valuation of I °
eaoh separately, and the sums of money assess- I L*
ed thereon, at least once, before said roll can I * tl
be soDfirmed.by the Common CounciL I
Laid over and ordered printed. j
I as
TELE CITY. M
I tO
False Alarms.—Sinco Wednesday afternoon I hi
there have been three false alarms of fire. j lo
0" A fine snow fall set in about ten o'clock j jj
last evening. I tin
l# FroL Whitney gives his delineation of I
distinguished orators at Mechanics Institute di
Hall this eveniog. I iu
The poet-sditor and Lecturer, John G. I
Saxe, arrived in this city yssterdsy trom Louis- I #l.
ville. ih
We would call the attention of our read- I Di
era to the Bale this morning by Messrs. Gilbert j
A Sampson, in the auction column. j
fc*T~ A complimentary serenads was given to I
Mayor Haines at his residence last evening, j Xi
Speeches, Ac., Ac., congratulatory of the r*. j
snlta of yesterdsy's convention. I
Oar lady readers should not forget that
Ham. Cook Broi., 12S Clwk street, clem cr Si
ije •hiwli, silk and woolen dreasei, kz., m«k- u
ing them ipptir u bright and bemtifal u if
juit from the hands of the dressmaker. I '
> I act
Fourth Night of the Italian OrinA—" II j
PcfUTiKi" Tins evxkino.—A capital attraction la ■
offered this evening, in "II Puritan!, w with Mad. I
Wilhorst, Amodio and Brignoll in the principal | '
parts. See advertisement. I M
, I An
Eionnt Ward.—The Eighth Ward Republican I 1
Club will meet at the Saloon of Peter Weiler, bo- '
twocn Huron and Superior streets, on Clark street, I pj
February 25th,*at 7J o'clock P. M. Wx
By order of Executive Comaiitto of Eighth I
Ward Club. I
Tas Gk&xd Skatikq Eiouaaiojr.—A special I
train will leave on the Paul A Fond * 8
dn Lao E. R. this morning at 9.80, for the ao- I .
cammodation of such ladies and gentlemen as I Jo)
wish to go to Crystal Lake, to enjoy the excel- I
lent skating there. The ice is in fine condi- I
tion now. I •
Fikk OS Socth Wells Sthkct.—About four
o'clock yesterday morning a fire broke out in the j
Niagara House, a three story building at the cor- I
ner of Wells and Van Buren streets, owned by I <V
Ellen Ooughlin and occupied" by Peter Young. Sl!
The loss upon furniture aud the damigo to the I
house amouutod to abaut SI,OOO. There was an I ;
uwurance of $1,700 upon tho furniture and J
upon the bouse. The fire originated from a defect mil
in the chlmaey. I
Labcctixs—Matthias Arnold was yesterday I
committed in default of 1100 for stealing a watch. ( l at
——A man named David R. Foster, a half-Uood the
Indian, was held to bail in tbe sum of SSO3 for j
stealing an ox from one David Orton* The ox was I
found at BullSi Head in the West Dlvis!on.-^-Chas.
V> est and Alias Heald have been brooght to this I j
city from Lake county Tor having stolen two hors- P 1 "
e« at Sugar Grove In Kane county. They were JfJ
am*ted at Waukegan, and have been sent to Isa
Kane to meet tbe reward or tbelrißMeods, I .0
i "
■ CITY REPUBLICAN CONVENTION.
Ind John C. Haines Nominated
im . for Be-election
tis- ' *
ir, A FULL TICKET IN THE FIELD.
in- *
,nd Yesterday afternoon at 2 F. M., the Republi
yp. can City Convention aseembled at Mechanics
Institute Hall to put in nomination its ticket of
i e 4 city officers for the approaching charter elec
-IDt tion. The attendance was very large and the
A l. flail was filled at the hour named for opening
re the Convention.
h e Hon. Isaac N. Arnold called the meeting to
order by nominating Gurdon S. Hubbard, Esq.,
as Chairman. Carried.
D d Messrs. J. W. Waubop, Henry Went, and
)r Wm. Wayrnan were chosen Vice-Presidents,
eg and L. H. Davis and A. Kohn, secretaries.
Te Messrs. A. Garrison, A. Akin, and George
Q g Schneider were appointed a committee on ere
iro dentials who reported a lull convention as fol
lows:
nBLBQATXS.
{ Fibit Wabd.—O. Lunt, L. P. HiJliard, J. W.
11 Waughop, Wm. Wagner, C. P. J. Arion, Rufus
Rennifl, F. Schlund, H. N. Heald, D. W", Cor
ed bin.
jg Second Waro.~H. Howland, Chas. Bnslrv, A.
Kobh,Murdoc Morrit-on, James Cammcll, B'.. N.
e * Turner, C. L. Jenks, N*cholas KUres, Julias Rod
ed enthal, C. H. Abbott, C. B. Hcartt, Perkian Ba.ss,
Hurtmann.
le Wabd.-L. H. Davis, M. Hcrarich, John
r. A- Garrison, George R. Fiagg, Fenu ndo
a- Jones, John_Pfeifer, E. C. Rosco, Martin Dodge.
> Jm " e r ?-
' B mer, O. H. Salisbury, R. E Cook,
d Fifth Wabd.—A. H. Heald, James Htiling** ,
e worth, Richard Mason, Chas. Lichtenberger, C. C» I
Wallin, Andrew Aiken, Samuel McCotter, Jacob J
* Schnable, Joho Brown. j
* Sixth Wiau-Reuben Cleveland, G. P. Oxier, |
*s John Admonaon, A. Torkilsoo, William VTejr
q man, D. C. Furguson, John Kittell, C. A. Reno,
J. M. Ltmbin, G. Heller.
* Skvkxth Wabd—G. 8. Hubbard, J. S. Melville,
George W. Dexter, A. Blakie, Jacob Lauer, Al
-0 bert Corcherdt, Andrew Nelson, Henry Devennan,
V* Wm. Fiedler, Henry Wendf."
' Eianrn Ward—Wm. F. D'Wolf. A. J. Wright,
3 George Schneider, H. Bronold, John Slawick,
r Andrew Nelson, George A. 'NVigcl&nd, William H.
3 Stickney.
Ninth Wabd-I. N. Arnold, F. Gand, Nathan
= Jackson, James Ludwig, Julian Mtgill.
1 Tkntq Waed-Charles Ens worth, John Lob
stein. F. A. Fierce, Robert Hardy, George Mil
ler, John Frechtel, Henry Lennartz.
| TSM MATOK.
J. W. Waughop moved 'to proceed to nomi
nate a candidate for Mayor. He would nomi-
nate John G. Haxhss as & candidate for re-elec
j. tion. -If there was no other candidate he would
move that the nomination be made by acclama
tion. The motion was instantaneously carried
( and the nomination made amid a whirlwind of
I applause and vociferous cheerings.
Hon. I. N. Arnold moved the appointment of
a committed of five'to draft resolutions. Car
rUd appointment of Messrs. Arnold,
Schneder, and Halliard as
sncb committee.
Messrs. Andrew Akin and George A. Fiagg
were here appointed tellers.
CITT TaSASURSE.
The ballotlngs for candidate for City Trea- 1
surer were proceeded with resulting in eighty- ]
six votes cast as follows:
*. Tlarvey *7
B. P. Downloir. ** 15
an. nam : 5 j
T0ta1.... To ,
The choice of Mr. Harvey was by vote made ,
unanimous. (
CITT COLLBCTO&. j
The first'balloting for City Collector gave (
eighty-seven votes as follows: j
Mueller ««»
lienddcks (
Totsl i '
CITT ATTOBKBT.
For the City Attorney there were three aspir
ants in the field, Messrs. Elliott Anthony for re-
election, George F. Crocker and John LyJe 1
King. The first ballot gave eighty-eight votes, *
as follows: [
Crocker 1
- Neooaeary to ctiDlCb 45, The nume of Mr. King 0
was here withdrawn by a friend, but not on Mr. h
King's authority, and was subsequently re- «
stored. q
The second ballot gave eighty-five votes: t
Orocker. kt t
AnUiony...., «n
Kios.... ;. f«
Toll! 0
oiir suavsroK. n
The candidates named were Alex. Wolcott, C. -
Hemrich and S. S. Greele. Tho first ballot re- lj
suited as follows: 0
Orwle jq
Wuleott ...V 5? n
UcmriciJi 6 a
Total it
Mr. Greele's nomination was made unani
mous.
POUCB COORT CLBBC.
The candidates were E. G. Hooke, tho pre- JJ
sent incumbent for reflection, and G. C. Stol-
brandt, Thomas J. Holt. Win. Windoes and
Niels Larsen. The first ballot gave: p '
Hooke 11 w
«£ l 8 b j* ndt ti
Wliidow..*..." ......V*..'***."," J*.*""**".'*."
Total jig sl
Mr. Hooke withdrew his name in favor of Mr. bi
Stolbrandt. The second ballot gave: tt
Stolbrant « er
Wtadoea Ti CC
I<anen * o i tv
"on K 3
ni
Total
Messrs. Holt and Windoes withdrew. ,The ki
third ballot gave: * iu
Larien : » ,
Siolbraadl
Total
The two candidates were then called forward, 1U '
and a view taken of both by the Convention.
Mr. Larsen has the misfortune of being obliged
to use crutches, aod as he stood beside his rival,
he possessed the claims of sympathy not be
longing to the other. The next ballot settled
the matter: P"
Larien
3tolbraadt J J2
DIVISION NOMINATIONS.'
It was voted to leave to the delegates of each
division their own choice of candidates for Fo
■ lice Msgistrates sod Street Commissioners.
| soots nivisiox.
George W. Fiagg was appointed Teller for
this Division, The first ballot for er
roliu Magutrat*.
E. U. Aiken he
David Yauchan is
BeihWalhua» "..«!! I.". 4 n€
J*meiOim;bell 3 ac
• Total. £ h e
The second ballot gave: 0 f
Vuutan _t
Allen .......'...il wl
Totil 5 di l
iSlrttt Commiuioner.
The first ballot gave: pe
Peter Wolf. m ,1.1
Obarlea Noekln * .. t
L. Uanmton...... j
Total Jo a p
The nomination of Mr. Wolf was received with |ty
acclamations and cheers by bis friends.
WSST DIVUIOK. | Q
There was but one candidate in the field for an
folic* Magistrate. o f.
The first bsllot gave the entire Division vote
as follows: *7
Andrew Aiken si
Street Coamistiorur. bil
The fourth ballot gave, after the withdrawal of of
several candidates: tr«
PeUrßeyjde.
Wa.M. Dasn .......is ®
TotaL 5t
KOBTn DIVISION.
Tbo North Division, with its twenty-three rotes, '
was well suppliod with candidates*
Potite MagittruU. rai
B. ?. MlUerd it tb<
JohaKlotjr. *t
ToW- .5 for
Strut Commissioner. an
This election was tbo closest contested of any the
of the afternoon, and after slaughtering the hopes (
of some half a score or aspirants, the eighth ballot ant
resulted as follows: * thi
1L w. Kolvla u
tX Uwien « Wf
\ th<
ToUI.. k . £ Mr
The Convention having thus its ticket,
was called to order to hear tho report or ths Com- 801
mlttee on Resolutions, who, thrsugh Hon. LN. rj
Arnold, the Chairman of the Committee, reported #
tho following series, the reading of which was fre- eT .
quently InUrrupted by cheering, especially at
those points where the beauties or Democracy in gn
the Dyer Charter, &c., were brought out and do
nounced:
Republican City Platform. g0(
Badted, That Standing upon the great prinei- --1
plea of human liberty as embodied in the Decla
ration of Independence, and the Constitution of '
the United States, as understood by those who wh
framed those glorious instruments, and opposed left
.0 the extension of alartry, srerywhere, we d»-
fj clars our purpose to fight on, and light aver {
• until liberty snail be national, and slavery re* I
stricted and confined to tbe States in which it I
>{? exists.
JUiolvid, That the eourse of the bogus De- |
mocracy—representing a clear minority of the I
people—in fraudulently giving certificates of I
election to persons receiving a minority of votes 1
for Representatives of the General Assembly, j
and then voting to retain such persons as mem- f
bers, and in so apportioning tbe State as to give I
a minority of the voters a majority of the Leg- I
IiCB islature, have evinced a deliberate, reckless, ]
of and revolutionary determination on their part, j
ec . to disregard the obligations of the Constitution, I
and to crush out the voice of the people. ]
Rexolved, That the courso of Gov. Bissell, in j
iug exercising his conatitutional power in defeating I
that corruptandfrudulent measures of the oppo* I
«. sition, entitle him to onr highest respect and I
admiration.
Raolxtd, That in the recent attempt of the
leaders ot the Democratic party (so called) of
34 this city, to impose upon the people of I
. Chicago, without their knowledge or consent, I
a new city charter which was concoeted in se
crecy and fraud, and designed by tbe basest !
ge trickery to secure to corrupt politicians the pos- j
session of tbe city Treasory and the cr6dit of |
the city government for tbe pnrpoeea of private f
ol« gain and political success, we recognise the I
trecchery to tbe rights of the people, and reck- I
less disregard of all principle and honesty in I i
jjr the pursuit of power which have become the I .
f Q j leading characteristics of the partjr now calling I
jr . themselves Democratic, and furnish new and I 1
moat potent incentives, not only to every Re* J i
A, publican, but to every property holder and tax I ,
N r ! payer and every citizen who has any regard for I
rjjj* the public interests, to save the oity from tailing j '
43 into their hands. I
' Htsolvtd, .Tost the pecuniary embarrassments I i
bn of the times, and tbe difficulty on the part of the I
do people in the payment of taxes, calls tor the clo- I
sest economy in the edmiuittrationof State and j 1
ib, affairs; that we are j ]
istration greatly re'duced. That Uis tb9 sense ot I
this Convention, that us the salaries of officers, j
d, and the general expenses of the city government I
)b were graduated in more prosperous times than I
itbe present, that there is ropm for redaction in I «
those salaries and in the expenses of the city I a
jr. government. I
0, JSesolttd, That the persons this day nominated 1 11
and the Rspnblioan Aldermen placed in nomin- I o
s, ation, are under an implied pledge to retrench I g
I- in the expenditures, wherever it can be done I ®
1, consistently with tbe publio service. That no I
I ocal improvements should be made except at I tl
t, tb o request of a majority of those by whom such I s
c, improvements are to be paid lor: and that all ! -
[. work done and contracts made for the city I
sbou Id be publicly let to tbe lowest bidder. | "
Q Tbe Announcement was then Qtade of a Ratifi. I
. cation Veeting, to be held this evening, as as- I
[• nounced elsewhere. ■ I
The Co.nrention then adjourned tint dia, with I
nine cheerV ior the ticket. !
. I ai
' The South Seas--Hr. Melville's Leo I T
tare* I ct
1 A lecture from the author of "Types" might Ite
- properly be set down as a novelty, whether Ipi
1 sustaining tbe reputation achieved by that fas- I V
f cinating work, br otherwise. Mr. Melville's I
discourse on the. "South Seas," last evening, I
f in the warm coloring, the voluptuous odors and I _
- romantic drapery with which he invested it, 1
, was fully up to the standard of publio expects- I
i tion. But it is due to those, of the audience |
who sat at some distance from the stage, to say I
; that, whether owing to defects in the construe- I
tion (of the hall, which tbe speaker was not |
aware of, or to a lack of vocal powers on his I
- own part, they lost a large share of the admire- I m '
ble entertainment to which they had been in- I
vited. I hit
i The lecturer commenced by defining the Sooth I
1 Seas. They are simply the great Pacific Ocean, I rai
' of which Balboa first took possession in the name I fo j
ot his royal master the King of Castile and Leon. I
Comparatively nothing was knovrn of the South I iui
Seas up to Cook's expedition, and from that date I by
op to the gold discoveries of California in 1848, I
little progress had been made in the knowledge I
of their boundless extent and diversity. Califor* ( ]
iiia first brought the South Seas into genoral no- I Fri
tlce. I a t
It is not easy, said the speaker, to decide what I IQT
topic to select from so vast a storehouse, npon I ]
which to expend the limited time of a single leo- I baj
tnre. We might dwell npon the fish which peo- I
pie those unmeasured depths—ths "south sea I
shark "as populous in those waters as the Chi- I }
nesein China, the sword fish that Hector of the I
oceaa with bla daring tlHe at great ships «od | I
his duels with the whale, the devil fish as I
strange a monster as tbe sea-serpent of Atlantic I M
navigators. We might speak particulorly of I
the birds—the pelican with his leather gamebag, j ~
thecape-pigeona,the war-hawk blackpirateofthe j Mr.
feathered races, or the white winged albatross I
of the "Ancient Mariner." Or again, the time j
might bo given to tales of the waters themselves, j __
—the pbosphorio depths whose color most near- I Id
ly resembled the face of a corpse, the leagues of I
ocean impregnated with bitumen of inky black- I
ness. Or tales might be told by the hour of tbe I
adventures of whalemen in those wondrous lat- J =
itudes. I
No notion of the number of islands in the I
South Seas can be gathered from a glance at I gooc
tbe map. If not innumerable, they are cer- I fej
tainly unnumbered. The chief groups are the j
Sandwich, the Society, tbe Georgian, the Philli- | O
pian, the Ladrone, the Marquesas, the.Caroline, j
and the Friendly Isles* The man who called | TT
them Polynesia gave them a proper designation. I \ j
We are apt, in our imaginings of those distant I
shores, to picture enameled caves and pearly I "V|
brooks, and valleys ot sylvan sweetness. Yet I
their distinctive features are lofty broken I
coasts, and deep and abrupt valleys. Bublimi
ty, rather than graceful beauty, is their marked I CO
natural characteristic. I p, nn
The natives of those islands are naturally of » JO*
kindly and hospitable temper, but thero has beep I "D
implanted amoDg them an almost Instinctive hate I
of the white race. The vengeance not unfre
quently taken on whole villages for some private j
injury or crime, Ls remembered from generation to I "AJ
generation, and the resentment provoked by the I with
bombardment or sacking of an inoffensive town, *£{,
where bamboo buts have been sprinkled with tho I !T7!I
blood and brains of women and children, stands I |
ready to bo wreaked upon ths flret unfortunate I J. 01 "*
polo laco cast upon their shores. I gMei
I fm!r y
New and strange islands are being contlnu- I \
ally discovered in the Soath Seas—as secluded T J
and secure as though planted in another world. I 1
And there are still others nnknown and ondis- I uont
covered, respecting which our charts ars aa I —so
guiltless as the maps of ths world in Plato's
time, when the pillars of Hercules were the west
era verge of tbe orbit The speaker referred to I w &
the plan suggested, not long since, of making s 1
home for the Mormons on some island in Poly- 1 fcß
neaia, where they could carry their pest bouses I
and be at pence with their "institutions." Bui I
be did not know of an island in the 100,000,000 Dn
of square miles embraced in the Sooth Seas,
where they would not be imperatively and in- I
dignantly expelled by the natives. I iaS
Mr. Melville made sqrne allusions to his own sx- I IkyV
perienccs as detailed in "Typee," not abating any- I M
thing from the marvels there narrated, but d*rl«r. I umh
Us on aba wuuury that ne bad found adventures I
in the South Sets for surpassing anything ever j J*P **
I appearing in print, in strangeness and Incredibil- I taa B
ity—and not only himself but many others he I
had met. who had passod months or years I
in those balmy lands. He also gave Eehi
an amusing sketch of tbe tattooing propensities I
of thevanous tribes—islands being often distioct* I
ively knows by their tattoos. He said he would
direct the gas to be turned down, and repeat to I
his audience in a whisper the mysterious rites I mg
of the V taboo," but the relation would so far I JL l
transcend any of Mrs. Ratciiffe's stories in ths I nEu!
element of the horrible, that be would not wil- I be
lingly afflict any one with its needless reeftaL I 19"
' I oIMlc
Accxdot.—A man named J. B. Milligan, of t
Nevada, Stephenson county, was struck and I All*
ran over by a train of can from this city, on I _
the Galena railroad, s short distance this sids I 3
of Freeport, and killed. He leaves s wife sad I
four ehUdren. On Tuesday 'last, at Monmonth, I '
an accident happened to the morning train npon j put«
the Chicago, Barlington and Quiney j
A switch had been .'misplaced at that station, I
and a passenger train ran into s freight train I fci7
that stood npon the aide track, pearly demolish- I
ing ths two locomotives, and smashing soms of £
. tbe cara. The engineer Qf ths pasHnger train.
Mr. Wilson, leaped from ths passenger train . ®
and broke his leg. Fortonatsly, no other per
son was injured. I
• I ngg,
Tbb Fau for thb Hohb of thb FxrixnLssf. J »ao«i
—Contributions to the Fair held, on Monday j oomw
evening, at Metropolitan Hall, for the benefit of I pO
the **Home of ths Friendless," will doabtleM be I
gratified to learn that the gross receipts amount- I n
ed to nearly one thousand dollars in money, I Me
besides valuable contributions in groceries, dry I
goods, Ac. I
• Barely, the blessings of those who were ready I
to perish, will oome npon tbe liberal dooors, I aI J
who have thus delivered the poor and faihsr- I ■
less, sad caused so many hearts to sing for joy, I
• 4 v -U fit Wvrch, TrsMnrer, I MS-
CHICAGO, FRIDAY MOKNINO, FEBRUARY 25, 1859.
rtr I TBB Italiax Op*aA—THIED KIOKT is
re* —I/jcii n Lamkimoc-E.—Lui •TeDing, tJ. tba
1 alreet Theatre, vu giren the thi7 d ot
De. | the brilliant aerie* of night* of the lUliiaDpera.
the I in tbie city.
'^ ho opera on the occasion was Oonnisaiti's
)lj t j Lncia de Lammermoor, produced with great
im- | musical perfection. The prima don fia, Uadame
i Te 1 Cora de Wilhorvt, haa a sweet, flexiible soprano
I voice of fine quality and great comptvu.
irt, I Aside from the fact that Madame dr Wilhorst
on, j is deservedly reconciled as one of the first lir-
I ing artistes, she combines another attraction—
ing I that of being s charmingly beaatifsl woman,
po« I who always interests her audience at once. In
Lasia she displayed not only her great powt r as
tk e a voc&list, bat a dramatic tajant, and'an earnest- i
)of ness of style that added much to the favorable I
of j impression she has made. Bat the beautiful
I cadences—the showers of notes she warbled in
git I the trying scenes of the second and third acts, I
«s- j were themes of admiration. I
of | Edg&rdo, the hero of the opera was finely ren- I
[ dered by Mr. Henry Squires, the new American I
ok- j tenor. His voice is a sweet, .high, tenor, or I
in j counter tenor, elegantly cultivated 'and under I
I perfect oontrol, sweet and expressive.' Through* j
Qd I out the opera be displayed great vocal as well I
£e- j as dramatic ability, reserving bis voice well for I
I the grand closing air "Fropoeo am* ricottro,"
ng j which was londly applauded. I
I Signor Amodio, the great baritone, added I
its I much to the sueoess of the opera, and won gqjd- I
£ I en opinions. His voice is a powerful baritone, I
B d I rich and flexible, with wh(cH Mnnhines ex- I
he j prewiTe got"——** nne «tage busincai. I
ot I Cikcuir Cockt or Cook Cwktt-Jddob Ma-
J t j burrs Pusidisq.—Silas Bqrbank tt Cyrus
u I Adtma, Philander Eddf ul Jonta Blina. Tbil I
in I wait nit on a promiuory aote, and the de- I
V ftnoe was that the signature* were forged. A I
:d Iwge nnmber oTwitneaeet were eiamined, those
n- I on one aide testifjing that tke (ignaturea were
:l > genome, and thoie on the aUer that they were
" I sot. Tke Plaintiff! alio btrodnoe4 eridenoe or I .
at the defendants pajing, and treating as gennine,
:h I similar notes. The ca» was defended b/ Bddr I
'' and Blinn, Adems haring abaeonded. Verdict I 1
I for the plaintiff ot 11,160. Mattocks & Birron '
i. for plaintiff, and John W. Chickaring for de- I ]
j. I fendants. \ J j
I William EL CarterandHeniy Miller «s. Henry
h I McAuley. This was a suit to enforoea mecban- I ?
I ic's lien on tbe lot and buildings of the defend-. I 4
ant, one of the block known as the Michigan
I Terrace. The Court held t&at neither party I
I could go behind the certificate of the superin
it I tendent, and the jury rendered a verdict for the I
r I plaintiff for $1,289 46. J. U. Thompson and E.
j. Van Buren for plaintiffs, and H. O. Miller for I
8 I defendant. j
£ Tui Murdeb Trials—MonoNS roa Nbw I
. I Trials.—Tbe decision ot the Cbart in the matter
* of a new trial for McNamee, is still pending. L
B I The affldavits and argument? of counsel in the J A
I Jumperta case occupied the day. j
; I LOCAL. MATTERS. |
I • 1 1 | w
i I Mocnt Vernsn Ftrjfo The andereignfd Com- |
a I mittfce on North's Amphitheater feel much pleas* I
urein returning thanks to Levi j; North, E.q., I Ct
* I and his courteous assistant*, il«asm. A. L. Steb- I
I bins, T. R. Toole, and James Gomad, for the very J
I gentlemanly and cordial manner in which they I .»
1 assisted the Committee In eorrying out the ar- ofl
, I rangement for the performance on the 22d inst. I
a I for tbe benefit of the Mourt Yernon Fand. JS
Although no announcement wasgiyen of ibid un- i®
' til the morning of the 224 insL, the very baud- b «
' I sum of clear or expetpes was realized I
) by the untiring and generous .exertions of tbo Si
I abovo named gentlemen. iLKz Wqitb, I aci
' I Idilip Coklrt. I
1 | ■ ~ ; I ha
1 I Prop. Mxraiolr's Dxxcixq Partt comes off I Qp
. Friday evening, February 2/. We anticipate J*
I a brilliant and delightful uflar. Lauocrs Party I i
I invite the scholars and tbelr fremls. I Ac
I ■ " I sal
1 I Pixi's Piab —Trunks, values and traveling I toT
■ I bags, manufactured expressly for a trip to the I
j Gold Mines at W,4 Q. S. Wright's 61 and 219 I be
South Clark street. fel9 2m. I
I adycrtisemcut of Doaoir, Sewing Ma- I
| chines, mt Lake street. ja4-ly.b 4 J06 I
I eArettteomcal ot^oaker-City fao | if I
Sewing Machine. L. Colvkll A Co., |
I 0c26-ly B3 Lake street. I
_ St
MAPPTWI,
I ..OnThumlay. Februaryauh. atGrce Charch. by Rer. I
| Mr. Olark. JOBEPJI 8. BMITH of Lpna lows, to SIISS I
I GFOBGIB A. KfcYNOLD3, daughtenf the late Erl Key- I „
I nolds. of this city. I £
dxbpT i
I In this city on the evening of tb 23d Inst.. XLLS- I
I WORTH P. STORKY. aied B6veoteeivears. j |
particular Cilices. »e
$40,00 C. ' m
A STOCK OF MERCHANDISE WANTED „„
I *1 of from M5.0Q3 to s<o OOOln exekfige for cath and I
I toodfarmlrg lands. Aptly to I
#.<>. < nj-C « SffASBT. iUCtlonefrs.
1 M3-Bw.c|-S M stree*-. I
OTERLING EXCHANGE.—BRAFTS ON Jsi
I the Union Bank of London of rtie Pound and up. I
I warda. available in any nart of the Htlied for I
I sale by HOFf MANN A QCLPCKB. I
pHECKS OF THE ILLINOIS MUTUAL M
\J FISE ItiaDßiNOi 00MP4NY Tinted hv I
I feil «713 nx HOftMAHft* «*KLPJKK. j
MOHEI TO LOA N I r-.,
I ITA At Tea per Cent, per Apnea. I Sk'
roa rzvi mias, utd
I 1 couc
I flrvt-clasi CUy'Beal Estie and I that
COMMERCIAL KOTEH WANTED,
I runnlsi from One to Twelve Months. I 3.
iaaOedQ B. F. DOWNING A3O, IT Clark-t I
I "DARE CHANCE FOR PROFITABLE I b
I JIV Inveitment—North £He proprty for sale ve.-y I t*'
I cheap. Fcur Lots en Mlchicaa itree- very cheaa. for I a.
I rash or half cath. baUnce one jec. A<Ur«;i llox 1 ■
I "aaai," Post Office. .ois iw-c3M I j.
VTOTICE.—ALL PERSONS HOLDING
| -Li claims axalnst Oook Oounty. file tb» same I ■
I with the undersigned on or belore the Flrst Monday of I
I March next |
ftlMd C2SI O. a FAftWELL, Clerk. |
SIOO.QOO tz
I for Kaatera Lapitallsta. u pr*partd to &afce loans onloac I
j time at ten percent., on Chicago prrjerty. First Mori- I
I tares bavins from on* to flve)esrsOrun.want«dat I Tb<
I fair rates. J. L. LSI, at WadswortiA Co's Bank. I No
I Ne M ulark treet, Chicago. I town
TTALUABLE EASTERN PiOPERPY TO °° mi
V BEEXCHAKGRD fur PRODUCTIVE WKSTRRf. Cartl
I Known as the Ascutaey Oarpet Mill tonrtv. la Clair. I
] monk Mew Hampshire. The above eooliUor avaluatle I
I water-power.4J<aerie oflaad. withaalmnensebuiidlia I m
I —l6O feet long bv ltt widt—ana a thonudity cullt dam. I ~u
I coitlog the original proprietors net rlySWOuj. The sub- I
I scriber now offers this valoabre wopertylc exchange for I c t
| Productive Western Property owerctsaAse at <*ne half I Qtu
| Its original cose To any pereoa deSirees cf exchaazloa I
I wgtttm for Eastern property this prefects an escort* I ? *,
I alty seldom mst with.
Addreee DIYZD fl- FOSTER,
I flelo'.t kckdo .wia. j
ipELEGRAPH EXORAN6E
on now roai. Iw!
..Draft*. Acceptances aad Notea paid la Slew Tork oa I ?£*',!
theday or matartty. or test day of erace. asd money do- I Si.
<Mwroaandest u ?«¥
dUt. In U>= vlotokjo^«.^^Td ? r K hlo Orden.
MMW TPJBKaftffiweom I
■\T ON'EY LOANED ON CITY lIiAL IB- Sffi
J.T-L TITI SecsriUea. Xofttwi Tn*)e«la. Bonda I then
Rocn, BoxlaeM Now., us all sood seMlaUr eecsrt- I In tht
DwSiind OhocU I Jii.-
M d^ta n " , ° ftototoh *°' l u tsx&B£s
T> ETURNED.—DR. HUBBELL S HAP PI JZ,
S»i to laformhis numerous Mends aadaatraas that 1
be has .ost resumed from a tour la lurooe, and havioc. I
sun
| CON
To Ship-bnilders and O tiers. I
rjpHE bU BSC RIB HAS ON HAND A N
and
ot Michigan aadFranhtTn afaeets. friaiS I
PIKE'S PEAK! I NE¥
All who contempUte going to PUts 1 ! Peak are I
to call and examine our aaortmea of | jjgg
S*UBBBB CtOODS, I
Among which are I gTA 1
Capr SUakeb, Ms u< FlQ*ws, Cads, chttl,
I*BSlas,Pant*loaaa, (Soaks. Boots, Shoo, Case Ae_ I
»ilof••Uchare ladspeosaby nnrsMii ftn iln I
tinairißbt, "W'SSSSSgte'fev. JjjJL
"CHARMER'S UNIOV FIRE INSURANOB
J* 00. Osteal aad
. qMraMPCPIMIPALaF!HB. 00.
AOTdr,d "V**- *3,000,000
iso. &loiLir. ixit
Ho. < MMSSio T-ihfc a WJ
TIB&IUBXHIandLIYC INBt7KlN3EiireetedrorasT I JSli
jgyrtdewatmeninlil. ra»«e la rtUaSutZSi igf?
lagafl, ctA
OAL OIL! COAL OILM-WAR- »<3
rmted tm.and. a foperta-AHU» brVttl tat EffiJ
miill * ob.
XXZ yXeO uR, SSS
IfenkM xwsslsii S!S
TMI IOTILII aCILr.! Kcrres
aIMJ SBSaUSn eordm
AO TONB ANTHRACITE COAL, (NUT
Nero
)i™. T 0 EENT—A BRICK HOUSE, NEARLY
WMjgs.a
stti's vL itoS
great
dame r*IORENT—A GOOD AND PI EASANT
-
ionrt GEO. A. MtICH.
' Dl? r : ROM bhihgs house, a
In VVT-ANTED NUMBER OF TOUMG
jtsana smith i dp minus.
tifnl Ti?h, T il L DIT ? I ? G THEPROCKSSrON ON
s o^snssaHs
= 3
Z rsS^-^SB^SBS
® r - ■ * fea lw*
fr AVINI? OPENED an office AT Kn
"*• I MASON * CO., '
«• Insurance Agents,
I Doleu'a Building,
Ia- I ''' No IMgrn-.h y.tj.r.tr... M.i ...
rg, JOHN ANUkuio.l etc,.
hi. I „ „ BotUereandWheleiale Deileietn
HAERISS' DAYTON ALB ASD PORTER,
"»• A Riperiar article ror Fuslly oie. No.HLtullort
A PoetOlir, Box 5421.
»e teClm- T. w. HMiiw .
ire INS OUANCB. •
ire j
or Mason St Compauy, Agents,
I DOLE'S BUIIaDING, OHIOAGO. j
iet STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF i
: |fjssr«»ss I
I 1. the name of »he Company Is "Thefkntf-aniiir..-. I
«T Company."
n . I The amount oi Its eapltalstocklj. ISOacoJ 00 I
d. \ A paid up 15.... fjo.fcO uo *
*■ ASSETS. J
!° a MlohoUiß'lc. !I«7M
I s'? ad Mofe'M I
n- j *• p°- «ecu« 4by Marl cue I
16 I doab!e th ® am't. I
I !oSJ° per ' more ***** Bmount 1..
Jr j 5 S° I
j $• 5, c i b i? s aoefor P re, alaßS.. asarts I
7. All otherlecQritlea ,12,1 g 1]
'
;r LIABIIniEa I S 1
Lotiei nnaijoited I "
ie
ToulllebllUlee ,10^517
-
VMM 1 ?o r ".o°ct I ° Olmt 10 be lMardlo •" Oily, Town.
I- L . (OllOtfll.) I IV
. on the 3'c d., Of JtMtrr. IKO.
- spSS Ye
: £
■ «B-~edlEK^iii7" d thereto 1
&ass.s,;S»p
f I upenthem. the said agentaSuSih^.w-^ceofr rocesa I - i
! S;j
lathe j.ar eighteen m.d-ed T
be empowered lo todo by Sd Co" pf/ 047 ?
ISA JmSK a. DCBuia, A. C e.
I WPleajeaotlcelhe followtasCompatloj: . I
I MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, I v
I „tt » Of New Ycrk, I at!
I SUN MUTUAL MARINE INS. COMPANY °5
Of Hew York. ' I o°'
I CONTINENTAL INSURANCE COMPANY
0, New York. ' I
I WORTH AMERICAN INS. COMPANY, I gJJ
t Of Now Tork. I of. ]
SECURITY INSURANCE COMPANY, £d
I Of New Tork. *•«
I GOODHUE INSURANCE COMPANY 1"S
Of New York. ' S*.
NEW WORLD INSURANCE COMPANY, . N t
I Of New York. I (oa
MERCANTILE INSURANCE COMPANY, S'n
I Of New York. I »f»"
STATE FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
I Of New Haven. j
I Capt« J. I>orchester, Inspector. I
_fe2S cSfg Im Qfflce 150 Bouth Water-st,. Ohleaao p
lU-StTBANCE. mj
Mnson & Company, Agents, sui
I DOLE'S EUILDIDG, OHIOAGO. I
CJTATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF I
pSSSE K
I J' T . L . e itscaplul itock la JXo QuQ I
I *1 " ptwupisiaoo.ioa. Q
1 ASSETS. I
I J-§«h£nfc*ndaad lahandsof Agents.... SUfiiAte I %rw
2. R-a- j Estate onlncumbar-d.....T?;. isfiom 1 NF
!• the Company siSffil
S^o^S-efc™:.^ 1 " nsrt ME]
I 5* ' or ". Iqm a
I T. AU other BecurUles .'.'..l'll'.' lam 00
j Total Assets of the Company 115i505; I
LIABILITIES. FeS
Lovei adjusted and not due MAn 7ZZ
J Lean unadjusted I OT
Total LUhlllUes. ...."..fiiun K™
I Thefreatettamouatlasured la any one risk.Slim I

(otiorxu.)
Certificate, to Ixpreoa thel:st day of January. l«a Unel
Apnnoa's Crnca. Stats o» Im*ois.l f?f!!
ITea *,' ln the B.ate of Connecticut, has filed la I Si^
thlsofflceaaatemeotoftheooudltioa ofltaifr»ir?i2 P 10 *'
rrQulrrd by -Aa Act to regulate^theA««aliL^ *t-.tnJf |B
anee Companies aot lu-wrporaiad by the State of mil *7-foa
nol»." approved February It, iKianS Xetlwinrtl. ">ert'
tory thereto, arproved January tt lS5T?*7d: isS.il* ant»_
tald Oompanybat forniahed aatlifartory evidence ihSlt O S BL
Is poisrsied of tbe required amount <u canltal Invaled *^5 01
In stocks aad moripuea. aad has Su Johci
wrttun
tary tfcr o*. at potntlng Rush Pri»be« be,or '
1U a gent, fartne trans lc tioa of the huKm 0 f saU OcS! of Ul "
pany. a d fally and autborlaia* him u» iu£k CoQnt
nowtedgeserviee or proceu for and oif of Xd •*«<
wu,u ' '"'"to" "■ "T 1
of **>• proviiloßs of tbe -=J
v AajltQr of Knbllc Ae r -_
inin-U. Co beraby certify that the WT
•aid RMbFrlabeeMas:a Is authorised as aa Arat te Cl 1
lhebMlnM."f IiSSLS Ufa.
thlsftate, until the tbiry-flrst day of January, in the cheH
year elchteen hundred andalxty. so tar as he mZr be ii
■ally empowered so to do by said Company. .J
1 havebeieunto subacribed B A {?
myname. and affixod the teat of my office, at ?r r-,
i h^frD U, o d iSsi° s :KiS7i. A i. D -
WPJease notice the following Ocmpaniw: bis pe
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANT,
Of New York. SlT*!
SUN MUTUAL MARINE IN 8. COMPANY, *££•
Of Hew Tork. Qrcul
CONTINENTAL INSURANCE COMPANI,
Of New York. ggA
NORTH AMERICAN INi COMPANY,
Of New York.
SECURITY INSURANCE COMPANY,
Of New York. ]
GOtDHUE INSURANOB COMPANY,
Of Hew York.
NEW WORLD INSURANCE COMPANY,
or New York. I
MERCANTILE INSURANCE COMPANY, I
Cf New Tork. cm
STATE FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, Of
Of New Faven. appaa
Capt« J. Dorchester, Inspector* laat.
fqg-c3Qtlmo OSes UP South WsterMUCfcleatß. TXt
"VfORTGAGE SALE. ; —BIFAULT M,
i'i h»T , «JS e 1 . C«<le la the cerfornnnce or lie tno- Oeoi
dui 'D* of acertainln'leature oi mortgate »Tmrttd to fimti
tbeuaders^aedty 4eer*e A.Glbbe ano laws M.hk Febr
Wife, and £dward W. Grita aad Fraaoee H. his wfa. fel&-SL
beating d»ta the 10th day of June. A7a 18M.
eordrd tatbeßeoordarsoOeeof Ooek eosnty. la Book HM
Now oor Mortgagee, at page IM. and la ioek IS of *P
Chattel Mortgagee, at page 445: aad payment of the sev
era! i una of money secured by raid Dortgage having . .
bees demanded aad defeat having been ""v** (■ thS vHk
payment thereof aad the eame still remaining due and
unpaid; Notice Is therefore hereby qjwi,
and la punuaaeeef the pewer la sail mortgage eon. .
Utoerli I shall ou Saturday, the 14th day of *ar aexr s®oo|
*k U Qldock, A.M. or thai day. at the nonh door of tbe ® €atdJ
. Cow*Gbue la the dty of Ch'cags, s»U at pubße vendue,
far easb. the folowtn* deeerlbed preadeee aad nop*m
(belac uenrcmlseiaad property in aed by said mcv
gage dseodbed acd ooavayedX to wit: All the rWhLtltta
aadlntermt»rthe saldGe-rn A. QlbbeuMldwart W
Ortflta la ud to lot < three (if nd four(4) la block fire l_fC
<sfc ui the orfelnal town (bow dty) of Ohleara. aad also I I
W the Imp:oveseata thereon, the wan houae. elevaton. West I
wctea. mactdacT.and all other apparatus belonging to wart.
win uywiae appertaining to atld wanbenMe aadcroo. Mane b
ertjH-tbe Wmu of aald Gibba and Griffin la said lob nhenin
conslalngoftheasoresaldlmprovemeetathereon imdan with s
unexpired term maud tt Joha 8. wAfi n, M . sntea
BIMe and Mctuel flernu. br leee. Afnld Cttol
Bwmber Idd. a. D. 187. aad nm£a iSuFZ?. iSi.
offloe o» Oook eountv. In Book 4T of Deecl**t vnd
peff aad tbe agreaneata aad eoTfoaats made —g
suplfltnoßtary then to. lorsaai
HIRAM A. TUOCKB, Mortgagee. M
<Keaco. Feb. »L ISSS. _
x»**WuMk Attowtn. monst4 ftfl.i
:g - sltoertistmgntg.
*52 & insx^toe.
nr. wu| ,
Musou & Company, Agents,
!ANT DOLE'S BDILMHG, CHICAGO.
P™* ST^n«»S£?, THE condition- of
name *• Rename or tbe Cotnpanv la M r>m w~.
5 tine
—|. n,^ ?mto , lU c ? , u , Block jr m oro
S ASSETS. *-**«»
8:0 th L IMt, hlad ud la „,,, C3nttaMUl
'"■• f Keel litiie.""*." «<Ui)«
ON- i sas;SsS *»•
*jgs
id ;£{£".'■ £«£»
r>£e« ten village. orblSS be InjQred one city.
jy" 155 C or or lUd Conpxny. October 11,
NO. (OUQBAL.)
f Certificate, the Sljl diy of Jenoarr. 1860.
Jjjej ACDrrok'sOrnct, Sr m o ,iu JMll|
r»u . Wtrnu Th» N.W K i!'*•>s
libs j»c*t«d a* New York. In th» wZ#af^«l!?5 c !. c ? Bll ' ,n Ji
WIU lathif offleea a*aiefflentofth«Mndi«i£]T X - **e AIJ
lud "inlml bj -Aa •a to *'«'"•"
JT. Act anj«cdv
J» poeseeeed of th«r»cS«dTm^f n *evidence thatU
viiueslastnuaent. i'kbM h* i££3.»
st.
behalf or hUcoißpZi^tSSucE th« I ? ee f^ l>r * nd 011
ee«TOotuu,ei\]<jofrro.
M vaJdiu If lerredSS\lhfc^.^* 8 *? d he!d »o be
#^?- 0 ,K e ' ro / b *»«2£* ftiSSfrS' WliTla * 4,1
A. Aetifi
coutttaoHhegtateoflillnoi2tA2ffi!? r ct Pub Jo Ac- I
ts * aSfe«
X I>. 189. JISSL
Or Pleai. nolle. the following Coopm,,-
?0f MOTUAL urs INSURANCE COMPANY
ft" Of Niw York. " '
"" SON MUTUAL MAKING INS. COMPANY >
!"■■ I _ or N «» Tort. ' !
ew I CONTINENTAL INSURANCE COMPANY I
IS3 „ Of New York. " ' M
I NORTH AMERICAN INS. COMPANY I
« I Of New York. * ' !
i'm I SECURITY INSURANCE COMPANY, !
I Of New Ynrk. ' j i
00 GOODHUE IBSUAANCE COMPANY !
I „ Ot New York. ~ '
ffl NEW WORLD INSURANCE COMPANY, I
86 I Of New York. ' .'
w I MERCANTILE INSURANCE COMPANY n
» I Or New York. '
I STATE FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY I S
!ij I Of New Hatch. I -
I . Ca P f - '• OorcbeKcr, InspMtar, I
M XN-STTJEtAITCE c
». 5
Mason & Company, Agents, 1
0. I • I fr
DOXX'S BUILDING, CHICAGO. |
Hi STATEMENT OF "HE COXDITIOX 07 I
k Llri ntoCBANCI CO.. of N«w -
e * I l2sfc cn d * T of J*nn*i7, 1559. U made to th» I 1
re I Auditor of Pobllc ArccunU of tne tuto of lillfioltDnr. I
d- iuqi to tbe lUtiita of that Bute. uufiou.pur.
:o S!^ 118 of H 1 . 8 Oomp*ny l« -ThoHatail Ufjlnsa- -
,t | rtnoa Company, and located la (ho dtj of New York. I i
3 d r ASSETS. I *
5j I J* Thtaaoontof caihcn band si:a.ooo H I rlj
!• I J" d",*-". In htndj of Awiti, eitiauued.. 3i.QMJ uo IJs
'• I f" txniaambetej, cort. 6L737 M t 0.
y, i. Debi« cue the Co .aecnrel by l»t lebi oa -
s- I *cal Tilued al l*lco tbe aasoont I C
" I 5. Debt* olhenrUa iicorel"*!"*"" I
u «. premlsßu. (take no preml. Ij 0
# I T. by tteatj N ° De ' I
> I *° i«cop» oar lands. M.200 00 I i
® LIABILITZES. I -
' 11
t lo** *"• ° r B1: ' :k - U m »« "tiepeotf? JrtuiS J
I Certlflcatfl to Exslr* d%yof Jacaaiy i£« I i
' the Matn* l Llf d Tnmrance Oonoa-y. locU^J
I at sew York, In the State of New Tork. h*s I
I 2S}S?«*K^? ae i I L.° lb# condit'on of in affair*. ui*> -
' I P l 9 fcr lat«! ibe Aieno!esof laia»ance I
1 Oompanlea not Incorporated by tbe State of iilmrlF *• i
"W/ed febrnjjr it ls£S. , nd u jg .mea^toW
, >te. t .^sE pro Z ed r? au * ry . ,a ' 1! » 7 ; »nd. »h°2fc «ila I
I Companynai fiirnUtea ntU'iutorr eildence that !t la Irw
POMed of tbe reqalrrt amount of SIS &tSi Jf g 1
I stoeka and mpmakta, and aaa Sled In tS» office awrittM I
j laitiumeLt. »Uned biiie PmH«nt and fl«ret*ry thara. I * a '
1 of. aop*>lctj3B R. Y, 41 *»on, of Chleaao, Ilm a*tnt for tha I
I trasaactlon of the batlnets of tatdCompaoy, and full* I
and anraaerredly aathorlaln* him to acaccwledae ■«
Tlce of procejt tor and oa bekair or tald Comoanj rn- X
e ssv«Kre^d^s e „^ A
or'rach^f;,* 1 " 1 "" I= " u y,
. iS^T-•£. e n ,0 . r S ta .Of th« oroTlalnna cfthe I T
I Act afurwUd. I. Jew K Dubois. Andltor of Putllo Ae. I ■
I of ihe Stile of lUinoli. do hertbt certify timL ih« I
I J*- 1 * £*. Mason IjauihorliPd ai anAient for the raid I M u
' I -j traniact Ua tujlce® of ißsaraeee la Uda I ~
I e tbirty flrst day of Jaauiry. tn th« j«ir I r»-
eUbteen hundred and sixty, so far as be^msj be lef2i* 1
, empowsredsotodobysaldOowpacy* v ***"' X
1 iDtesiloony I have hereuato nhserlb«il I JVy
mycaineand afflaed thfseaUfmySaSS I
I this gnt day of Fedruary. A D I
! . _ JSaSK iC- DUBOIfI, Auaiior e. A. " I T
j notice the feUowlni Companies: I JL
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, J?
I Of Nat York. | T ]
SUN MUTUAL MARINE INS. fOMPANY, V
I Of New York. ' I
CONTINENTAL INSURANCE COMPANY,
I Of New York. ' I re-J
NORTH AMERICAN INS. COMPANY, -£
Of New York. U
I SECURITY INSURANCE COMPANY,
I Of New York. I
GOODHUE INSURANCE COMPANY, IbS
I Of New York. ' IJS
NEW WORLD INSURANCE COMPANY, T
I Of New Torir. I A
MERCANTILE INSURANCE COMPANY,
I Or New York. » f
STATE FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, Si
f f/ • Of New Haven. I
C«p«. jr. Dordratcr, lo>pc<tor, JZ
I f«3S c3CSIp Office 1W fouth Chl*vo. I
QTATE OF ILLINOIS-COUNTY OF
I O m—Circuit Court of Cock Oounty, March I =
1 Term, IB*. I *|-«
SiL%*; I 3- eiuno.]». nirm. I H
I Geonre w. Johnion. lllea M. Johnson, dara BtavaiL I -1-
Sivtf U - *<UllM Stswel). lad Iredali B. i*"
I SlowelL—la Chaaeery. I Weil
I AfßrfaTUoflht noa-rt«sdeno« of Geor*e W. John to a. I A -* y -
KU#a M. Johctai, QUm StowriU tdwar l 3.ot*U. Adat
| line StowelL and Fredetlck B. Stoweil. defendants above I k
hartafbeenjUed la the office cf tbe Clerk of said I H
| UrruHCourtofOookCoastT.NetlceliherebyjiTeatotbe I JL
I atldOeorf* W. Johnson. Kllen H. Jokniou. Clara Rtaw I b«so
I Bdward Siowell Adallne Ptowell and Fredericlt B. I a
1 Btowellthat said eomtililnanldied berbtUof cotsolalnt I 77
Inasldoourt.on t"je Chancery tdethereof, oithetwea- I H
ty.fOßrth day of
toertupon Isnedoutof said Court aa&inst aald defend. I Ucul<
M»s. returnatle oa tte first Monday of ilarch neit. I fol '
0851) Mis by Uw required. j
_ Wow. unJea you. tbe said Oeom W. Jcha«oa. Elen I#. I H
ffdwaiTiatowell. Adallaettowell | -1-1
and Fred«lck rf iujwaU ahallpersooaJly be aad appear ! W«
before said Wrtult Court of Cook eounty «n the Cntd** I from
of the next tern theract to be holdea at Chlcaao. m said l one (
eounty. on tbeflm Moiday ofMarch. 169, and plead, aa- I ebeaj
swerordrmsrtotbeaaldeempialnaata'blilofcomßlal&t. I oft»<
the sase and the mafters ana tfci«n therein I '
•tated will b« takoi aa eenfwil aad ■ decree catered I
tS* I**" 1 **" kl]| I IJ' 1
_ . „ Wit U OHU&L'fT Clerk. -V
H. S. Sraasisas. Oonp'ta Sol'r. fe2£<KH4v. I Uoui
"* 1 ■ ■ ■ e I g(U|]
STATE OF ILLONIB, COUNTY OF COOK, I . Thi
B.B.—Circuit OoorS of Cook County, Marci Tersi, I
CharfeaDaesllcf TiPhlllnLancoa. John B. Kalcht and I
K. B. ftannet- Patltlon tot Mechanics L en. I E
Aola»Hofthen<ram:dencerf Jcha B. Knf*\t and I
R- 8., Bauncl. defendants above naaed. bavins been I ">7}*
**« of sild Circuit Court of [ . kU
Oounty. Notice la hereby given to the aa!d John I dreaa
R Eniaht acd B. B. Kannei that said complainant filed | ZZH
fcr a Mechanics tien Inaald Oourtonths I Mu
Jutettta day of febjuary. IS6J, aad inat a ■cmmocs j A
- I
aou, retarnab't oa the flrst Monday of March next, I
IBM aa la by lav required. j
_low. unless you. thesald John B. KnJ«ht and 2. B. Fai*
Bacnd feall pqsgnftiy_be and appear before tbe said I
°£caHOo«nt ofOook Count?, oa the first day of the I All
paxt term theraot to feeholden at Chlcar*. in aSdOomj- I laLu
t;, on th« first Monday of M»rcb, A. D. tisa. and <
pleu. answer or demur to the aald mmolalianu' feU
the sane Md tfts matters and »hints therein
eharved and stated win bataksa aaeon'eaaed.andaa*. TfTl(
cr*a«iterwda«alnstyoaacoordinf to >he drarer ofsald t»
HaanT 1 Arraorr. Oomoins forrsi leH-td
For ths Gold Mines.
Sharps and coirs bifles, coLrs ::
PISTOIfI, BOWIZ unTXB: also, a lane aa-rt.
mem of Tamt aad oAer Blßloa Bbot Guns, aad othw •• •
, apparatus for a cenoal ousii for the Mlnea, afc »• _,
: Uks BBMC ———. Ohl«
laJUp-cq p. EATO!f A CO. -fj|
, TiISSOLUTION.—THE CO-PARTNER J
! Juf shb bereto'ore exlsti&eunder the name of fears hi!dc
k rhoecraft Is this day dissolved by matual consent
_ Georu bhoeerofk «01 setL'e all account* of ths late
fir* out of the City of ifsw York. tecum
, JOffTf R HEARS, f4i . ;j
felMUwtw* Q to EG It aBQgckOJT.
H*pe Fire Imwaßce i'oupanj, D 1
or RV IOU UITT. I or oth I
iBHULB far inmifrt Raurn
In lam
agassr 44s "-
T. Q, VAN BUB EN, Agent, W
■alOlyhsp UP BTAim, X.
TTOUSE AND LOT FOB SALE SITUATED
JJL on the oornerof Wood and Warren streets la the Aadto
west DJvUon. Union Park, occupied by *. P. Hay
ward. The house lsuew. buDt of brick two stori* and S?«
toebwununt tw»»Jc»by flft,4hre« Teet. wl*% Ob* WfeS
Fttli fiaUhriiq the moM fashionable auner JJ3
wnh au the aiodera
P*tea.A«-Ac-r* j>« » destrable sSa
** by one bodrcd aad tweaty-eeren fceL m
witk a lweaty foot aUe* la th« rear of U; win be sold =7*.
wayehMp—oa canal time, or the whole of the nrehaaa
remain oamOTtaceoa It and other »roperty _
16,
= '.ram
ntS, am.
' j>JM ohuapubt
L°i« ■"tßrffllut Light
tSittS . Tet
IS" ftft V/l taSSi lira
5 Hne iww p* v boon each day. lasts
>3 t W .THREE MONTIIB. alv•
200000 IkJ fil\ tec alUhteqaal to ebht
WUW *W Cn Candlea. When the
at Bil _ Lamp Is properly ttiana.
ed there Is
■'S. 4 * . - * fftSßtkenSaeO.
000 00 OIL gl PES GALL'S.
BOM • **l* • * M * MWlm
«OM SALE
,»T7i Ot a Large Stock o(
"12 ™ST QUILITY BOOTS & SHOES I
tr ii. -A-T WtS'WAH'S,
133 Lake Street 133
lIUI ftock "' l w»MTO farorablr In extern ud mall.
»> '' wlu > offered In this .It,, and eitr. effeK. will
»« made to dose It out In the cext THIRTY DAIS, and
i»ny. i?„f™ nlD:l,h ">'• "«I artlel. will bo dlasosed of at •
UjJ OSIAT SACRIPUK. h^'aMlnkut,,
ngj SAVING OF TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT.
rcda- In their Shoe ails tor this jar will do well to tannin
ut It opportunity, as
2«d Sit! I« Indittatat Is Verj ScMn Ofered.
wr Call tod yoowfll be oonvlaced th«i>hytft >n» V*t
run,
kvll
?I ttJcmteiT
obe _
**" PJORMATIO.V WANTED OF JOHN
5^ 9 Ad C3 «aty Of Loath, ire. I
?. ! *-°3* uttnl ftcni twa t<nn »w i«M .. _ |
a Im * J5" Information will be thankful y reotlved b* I
lu bll aaxlsas l MART -I* II ar» *tt ~. B »
■»°o f Pa "' «
iney I _IW Jegeraon Qtypapenpiaa'ecopy. fe3l3—
M T>OT WASTED—AN intelligent
a §
un-gicjw yo. ija Randolph meet.
rr, Wasted.-a first-class sales-
I briSrth^bM? 11 ?^r 10 tT " el Ia ,ho country. andean
.2 beit * f ™ r e«ncea am to ability anil eh*r*rt»r 1
"r^ "*'*""■yoSSer"-£"-
"WASTED-TO LEASE FOR A TERM '
Y - "
Sin ¥"* or taie A or-fufiS 1
, wsii'ffifflffiS i
I —— remit rtsj 4
W w N " » E D FOR oas H-A FIRST- i
' 5
tr I —. ftU-Jn c 341 .
"K u ,3INEaS.-AIfT FIRM I.V WANT OF
I *»• ®s*Tjces of is eneiiwJo botlstM mis to ■■
f
WANTBD-AYOUSa MAS 23 YEaKS .
II ** Of ««® dedret» dtavloa u Mleta&nor ele.k
I r?i 8 f W i J tOoie. where u opportonlf* would be
• I cffereil for advancement and ceioaneacT »■■ h«n vi i
- jemjfxpeileaee ta rarloc. fir^STSJ'bS"e£?ind 1
BSS^P°?! !IW, " l0I,:l ' :e "***>*>■ AdOre,^-tL"
""■ P - Of. ileJ77 lm fi
» I TO RENT FROM THE FIRST '
5 I (wfm Houses containing >
I roomj each. Ktnaled on Ibe Sootti aide; 1
>? " 0 • i) ••■• 801 " 7 - G
? YfANTED—I(,O,OUO LBS.PORK CRACK-
J.I " N ,9i_AsP , ',!°-°,H-ssiTiaNa.«Bo civk c
I rtrect-Qf addren box 3155 Chicago P. o. fe1702483w
I "W/"ANTHD ij.olo TO SIO,OOO OS w
.1 hI Sii. of ftt « h » ld lo the citf of Peo. 11
H I rla. illloola. The cropeitr !s cow tet ca a term of fl»i» 41
00 7vV7 " » rental of 13.0u) per aaanm- jSl|» to
W I a M.. box«B feoria. IUmoU. telSfi*
M BIRD S FOR.SALE— T '
, 2°, fl r s G *So' LYsr""*" 1 of s
»l Mt«. CriALB ILRRXCHT.
" I Jwta* 171 Booth Park itrtrt.
m Tnformatian wanted -of davib
"I ■« SO ' Stokea Cooaty. N. C. »Qms 90 wars
I afJo H e??W»belr» are entitled to a lecarr nf
s D - H -^fer
For Pike's Peak. Fl
». A PAS3AUE TO THE GOLD REGION'S .
I rC-VKania-. lnotndlu aftr lb«. Ba<ia«e. BoarA
I —— 'el*-3 WetWet
j ula Rent, r
• I XEW MARBLE FRONT
1 I Clark itreet. Fear stotle* I
k I *3t.DMejient, tcicetUer or lepcrattlr. *pr>i»to m
"I fell 2w* QUO. W NkWCOMR,
r - W Dearborn ttreeL
; VOB RENT.—THE RESIDENCE OF -
: »*n.« .r e «»der«ipied. No. 112 Wolcctt. oomer of On
? I la<,ture 01 ANDREW i. BdOWN. T
1 | _ »el»10t-cC8 Wo. at Randolph itrtek X
' TT OU:E T0 REi *T AND FURNITURE B P'
1 I Soam aide In a plaaiant tocaJitr. Addrea
I I OOX4 * M > fell egnaw
; I'o RKST-THE STORE SO. 41, SOUTH ™
. rw rz£yf r l tt et ' faititolo fer Wholeeato Qrocert or Kai
! u i^ a T h
I rilO REST.—TWO SEW IIOOdES, OS "™
I C™.Sf}J eWM, '!f ,r , Mll }«' wocaa laeaek H 2I
I fS^.fivni. permoQtb * *°«« kB at <3 Clara itreet. Jl
• _"«<»« >« K. ward. -pi
I "\TALtTABLE WIIARFING PROPERTY -t
, j T to Rent.
I Wharf Lots 37 and 38, in Block 89,
| School flection, on the eut «!da of BoaU> Branch, be- Kl<
1 t * e «oUarrt«on*nd Van naren wreeta. They can be
I T!!?? far * or a Vjrm of years Inquire of
I fcHm jl O. LAtt.NKls.a7 w^hTnSSnV
I pARDEt'S BUILDING. FOR RENT O
I JL .the commodious offloea on the flit and Msv>n<*
I floorlntfardee'ißulidlß«,e&msrdoom W«ter and w?ell« ••?,»
I t*o lofU and a line corner baaemest. JK?
| Billable fbr a djnm hall /or terma apply to the mtwr<
S dln4, No - au aoa " 1 iabKrt l°,[:
I j " 3b * gSgl h.b Williams.
mO MILLKKa, MEOHANIiis, iU.—Tu
I Jk. a tenn ofyeara. thai lane baildlnzaext Pari
Ift thejleratorofQlbtn. w/UflnA wim th«. «in ft eept
| tot °n which It «unda—holnc 80 feet, more orlesa. on the i«ar
I ? T ST *5 d ,r?f aln * back to the 0.4 C. U. R. R. Attached Roc
I 52,1? bQ I ,dl « '» a *eam en«ine room, with an eoglne. tct,
I Ttlj la a ttne lqcttloo for a Flooring nut, or for Mediant-
I ealporpoaea. Tor ternu,Aou apply to
I b. U. WILLIAM 3, Rici
I deUbSISSm !Ui Beatb Water street. >l*a
I Waa
Jor Solt. Z
1 So'lc
I ■ . . ■ , = brei
XT'OR SALE.—A GOOD TWO-STORY _ lb
I X Fraae Hooie, with 31 years leaae of lot. 9 roasu.
••^tobojbrtones,food ham. «ndpltnkedyard.lnlhe
I 7 81 uP* Ttlloo *. Be * r Bebiol, cn Monroe street. ® e *'
I Aj\ ruTiitare for aal jat a b***iln. Address "A. B
Box 3HU. QBlcago poat 'jgce. feajw*
bALE.—A liKUu bTOKa; WiTH ~~-
|JL all.the fixtures oompleie and !n fxxi order, will CJ^
Ig« sold cheap far eaah. Apply to 9. W. lORBIN ACO M O
» tJlark street. ft»V. ct&
ISO& SALE - TUB OCHR. bAY fcTATJfi,
JL and the Bark WAVERLT. no ton* time. lor par laad
I u 7^S r 5. t f lQalr^ of B. P. HATIWON. lath
I fel7 cSts t apt U1 SoaU Wai«r it. Ti
UOlt SALE OR KSCHaSUK-EIGUIY
1 -I- ieres Good Prairie Varalnf Land, la Be
If® oooaty. llu i* mdea from chicaco. and > "-'-a or A
I from Railroad Depot. B*ld Land h«aDeeapioa#bed. and
I oneeiopofwheatbubeearAisedopsnU. itwilloeaold 11
I cheap. exchsij*:d for city oroperty, 01 fjraaydeecrfptloa
| £L?i e i'uftSs22^o 610 bo m *' l g
I VKRY OHEAF FUR OASH~
I JL street, Vse]
I QQCtaiaa tea noma, with Bath rooax. brlac
I This property wDI be sold at a QRCIUED BARGAIN toe 7
1 for easa. or part cash.balanceoafoar or lire yean time strew
I at tea per cent Interest.
I _ Address Box aaai. Ohicaco Poet Offloe. Ci«e
SALE.—GOOD WILL ASD FIX" I
I «"■ »f One of the beat Boicher Stalls In the Weil
| DTViaioo. with reat free till May Ist.
[ . Al, °.Ti T f ß ? 1 y« Eol,er « tort? power, new. Ad- WUc
j dress W. AJ. PottOloe HoxilM. ftlA-aw^**"
rjffis OOMKODIOUa RESIDENCE
I 404 ErlaStteet, O*
I On tiia North Side, near the Lake. pca!f!
F«r Sale ir Exthaage %m FiTirikli Teras.
A lar*e ereportlon of the parchasemonerwlll be taken
mLcmber, or Bna&cttmberad Chicago uml Eat »t«.
fe!3 cais la J 'wK?«ert- 81
"POR SALE, BY VASINWAGEN i CO.,
J- OffloeNo. Dole's BaUdln*. dilcaeo. HL. «-«f
thetouowlQgTe*eli: 54
6ehr.JU)CSR. Clus A L with a Star. 47s Willi
.. RiJZA LO64H, .. AL Jm ..
.. aak? KAGUET .. A 1 a» :: mm
.. WIGHTI.NQ4LE. .. A L 400 .. B
.. WIN#M» OP TH K WIND, (uii AS. .. *oka^
INTERNATIONAL. .. B1 289 ..
.. UKRALDiNK. .. B .. ZZ~,
.. prpKiL. .. aCr.IHIw II ** ,J
rr
.:: IKfiffisa. :: i ~ lvt
:: uiSi 1, "j? !::::::::in "
- . ,_TAN nrWAOEM k ca
Chietfo, rebraarrliaa. lallb97tf(tn ,L
-pEOPELLEBS FOR SALE.—THE PRO-
J. tdIcrGBMBIKOHIKIi&ovIjjDi at ——
Pwpeger OAUrOktllA. BOW WafStClere.
land Ohio. *re offered for sale cheap. Terßabalf cash.
and balance la Ax aAd twelve aoatha. with
secority. Por Price aod mrther m'ormatloa addreaa
fa4cWlm AcentS.T.tlß.^Pcot^n^rfcTN.Y.
OOKING PROPERTY TO LET "><»'
Cheaper than any In toe dir.—l will let for a loot fe4q
or snort term of years. Doskeaaltable tor Lamber Tarda r\r
or other batatas, m tae Branch (wit& aiJe Tracks |-I*J
**2 aad Jailet Railroad.; and a contract for l_) 1
wtcxiacto and from them the ears of all eoeneeUa* Booth
Railroads ta the Parmeat f r recta may be -ists IttH
Apply at 8 Uark str««L ~
1a37.1ta-clo7 JOHN RVANB. 1)0
JjIIRST-CLASS DWELLINGS FOR SALE,
ZKE TWO niSI-CLASS SWSLLISSa ■—■
Nov belns Knded,
On Bubt BearSapotorSl,
Andtobe flntahad May taC Then howees are SSxM teet. - ■
Utn« Mlsa. with basement, Kilwaakee brick front ~r n
bain aad to be finished In the be* manner, fiia leta m | O
HX tees deeo to aa alley, and will have aaoodbclck bam ■
on each. Parma paecbastac sooa «aa make at. *e«al
as may be dealred ekaa n
-sE'hSSSliiiffikiS2- BBAraAlia « , 2r SK
Malt! Malt! Malt! ~~ ui
tfi Olln BU - Na 1 CANADA BAB- fij
IO.UUU Wj<UU>Mall»d.ll M l
waHi ®ttau -ttii
NUMBER 203.
2Umisemtuto.
j ]yjoVICKER'S TH EA TBI,
SIRiXOCICS'I CSHBRATH)
IST ITALIAN OPERA.
—?2rtJi*iiS2- C SSV7 ,O * et OBo * Tmnoot Hon*. Ibr
aejartoc «ats wUI be open daily from 3 o'clock AT*, to
light
. price of adaiMoa will be-Dre» ClrcU aad Par-
One nollar: Reserved 9eata ao oeou a£
pww ereolo*#!. with the prtellereo'oeeooy
iS! «s\ c PrtS:'go , s;i o {iij TBi>M, "« mt
Ap
A' 0""
K°alm^R. 1 " DI ' ;c,: ST!UKO3OH:
■ell. WJB (raiDAT) IYKNEia. r*nair m. »t pjl
precisely, on. niaht of ■ G™n4opera
LL'S. IX, PTJHITANI
ri
ffis
n.i . wi o^ 04 ?. 114 * »"c'-lr Os-a. OranJ
SU*U- Si-.%, T,rJll ,°"W"d 11. ai.nl.lTT ).
■ win •(" leaerred seats wll ir* ret ilia 1 'ur -»'» m
atth.door fcru,- a.-.xca^Uionaij.
** * M. *" '
< ,O norro».)-GPtA"?D OAtA NIQHT*
a-
It
_ S«sSSa !
' n^j
HS GRAND GALA ABD XAUBXK *TJBICAH
J*n I DATiPMFORIUSC*
0n Sa,Br< "y« *••>. 38, at 9p. a.
•J" MAMMOTH concert
~~ _ f«r tfc. BeaeSt of
X -* die *' Mt - V«aoa Fund.
f« tWO: IS.ierr. n
u MoVlcker'sTkeatre. and the principal Muilo
err jT.dit,,.. iiftft?*™-
or- f Rfoaaa*. (Trarlata).... 'JiUaamf a
can J- fb. oinftls. <»-opbeti.
S: 'eV ihub,nJ rxim*!
UC • JVtae Into the 9»rden. Maud ** , V tr * kt "b
for "•
rxxt if oxs.
aoe l. Orertora
« J Aria. (Mcaart).........."V .V -Oroheßi,
na 3. Ra aciaa ;;fi!* Joo «>
{■ Mo. P ano. "Horn. sVm "Uc'w" H *££^l
T- I
ied aad Oaonu*. 07 Company
« o,u " '"•to of tt. th.
ca- yatlnee will commepee at i o'clock.
l - Ollret Presbyterian ChurcU
;5 A. I S .
T'SIS FAIR, AS HERETOFORE AN
IS noanced, will be held oa •
be Friday Evening reb. 25th,
« AT BETHOPOHTA* HALt
K ]yj c TICKER'S THEAIKS,
i GBAHD OAIA ASD MAIiSKE KDSICAIE.
M DAY PXRPORMANOS.
[. Saturday, February 26> at 3P. ui. %
l il
U Admlialoa OaeDoUar: Gallarr _ a._
caa be obtained at the n H*
MR. WHITNEY,
) (Reeeally of a Profesaloaal Zaropeaa Tonrj
rs —AT—
it MTOHAHIO'S nrSTXTXJTE
Metropolitan belac eogatedj
"* Prtday ETcnlat, Febnury 23ih, at V o'dock*
n Bs>Ara CsAvsai, Waahln*ton, Dec 13,15^.
a To_Ch*h.fs Watratr. aW -
i of ;c\VL 6 i^anirrm, m an l 3'ab^S r S
the deolct-n* of the pasMona of bhake.pea>e; rS
- .TfiSicr™ 110 *" ,mim
SUrneJ:
: XSFJbJT"'*
r wiutoUMj™. •• tf*;: us" -
■ tuition gqkg.
GILBEBT & SAMPSON.
j Splendid Velret ud Brns<els Carjictlng. Far,
> ulture, Books ud liulnl Initraaeats,
' AT ADOTIOU,
f wlilh. sold at onr ule^
. ? •> , ' eQ did assortment of Rlcl»
niitib velvet *ad Brtuseli Uarpttl t last received Imm
, th. la* and of th. ne.est andSoiceitK,?., " oia
H^hSdpl2iilt7* lber * W variety of Rlct»
k QLLBtRT M BAMPBON. Aactlaaeere.
. gY GILBERT & SAMPSON.—
RICH NSW AND SECOND*HAND
ftjenititrb,
Klcb Velret aad Brvssells Carpettar. Oil Paint*
. lag*, SUr«r-Plated Ware.
.A.T AUCTION.
OpJHURTOAT and FRIDAY ttORNTNO* leb. 24
aad». at 1« otfoek. will be sold at oar Balevoomv
No. S3 Late street. opoosJtelheTreßwat Hooaeu a'ane
aad eietaat aa.ortmeat of .raraltare. aad CsmtsTtor
faml l«a deella!a*boa»eke»rliif. b«lo* remivedto 1*0:9
for convenience ofaale: aL»o. a lane variety of aew Par
rUor.a.anch velvet Tapeetry, and Brussels Oanietln*.
SIXGAnT PABLOB rUHMITUHB,
.in BroeateUe ard Ptash. Be*
SS2S*» otto,B J*"L 4^H,r Chalra, Ba*
ca. Marble Toe ard other Centre Tables. Kasy and
vauSfpate^Waref toUfelnUnok Sl^.
CJHAMBEH rUR^rrUHE,
Rich Chamber 5a ta Mahoaujv. Preach, sod other Bed*
wJife 5 *'? Top Drewlot Bireaas and
Wardrobe* Maurau s. amin,
BINHf rDRBITtJHB,
80'H Ok Exteasloo DlnloeTabl*e aad Caae
Roekla< Chairs. Tea Traya.
* -
carpets.
Ilecant Ve.vct aad Rnuaelia Tapestry, aad Ivrala
Uarpetlac-
GILBKRT M SAMPSON.
Aaetlooem.
QALE AT AUCTION.—A FARM NE*R
k|7 Monee (Illinois Ceatral R. R. station) aboat a*
nuee from Qileaao, coatalalnt 90 acresol lasd. half an«
per ca ti ration, fenced to* with a small residence, a fin*
ore.ard. a never 'aillns sprint, and two aoits of wood*
)« ad. will be sJld Saturday. Ma-oh 1 Hh next at 12 o'clocx
la the houe of DaN L BaAJBR, at Mooee.
Tax* .—ea&j etsh; the balaaoe la Uua<* eqaal e»v«
mfnia—on the'at of Sentsmber of the years lcW. U«t
and 1861. with lnurest at ten per cent from day cf sate.
Refer(oH. H4ort.43)f boath Weds itreet.
or A. HERBERT. Mtmee. fciltd*
AMERICAN EXPRESS CO.'S
AMNtTATi SALE
-0»-
ffaalafraad ami RafaaaJ jaakmyM of
sold (anle» prevloarfy oalled for) oa MONDAY,
the 7th 01 March, at Itf o'clock, at II aad II Dearborn
streot. comprising la part of:
Ciaet of Ttftmuitim, Tmnln, Cheats, Valises,
Boxes, Packages, Barrels, Wagons, Cast
isgs, 4c., 40.,
Which will be sold lor caab to tke "ilahest bidder.
• , A ., O. H. KIITTT A *ON. Aaotloaeers.
feia-td cMO Noe. 18 aad IS Dearbonnt.
CO PARTNERSHIP NOTICE. UN
derJcned have this dav farmed a eo-partaarshl*.
ander the name of HLLL ft SWA3HY. fnr the pmv
pese of eondactlai the (ieneral Aaetloo aad ConiaWoa
Bortnrsa IIOBATIO HILL.
Chlcaco, Jan. X. IM9. BAMDSL SWAfIMY.
HILL A BWASEY.
ainißAL Auaiioman
AMD
CozzuniMion Merchant*.
54 DIARTNTHg SIRm ..54
WlHadvanoeoa every dsKrlptioa of coeds
V STRICTLY A OOMMMBIOJI HOCSR.^t
BOKATtO BUZ. O>Sl IAMOJL SWABBT
vv. a. auiiiaa. x. b, wcrnm*
was. A. BUTTERa A CO,
AUCTIO9ESBS AID iPFK4IBSIB«
74 SBASBORH STBSBT,
(Near tha PoM OfloaJ my it.
VTCaek advaaeaa oa aQ klnda of Iftrrrfiinill— m Mm.
\ fel-ly-eIU
Boorbing.
TJOIRDING.—FOB RENT WITHBOARO
1 # for a ratleman and lady, a front'parlor aad bed
room at 79 veklaaa aveosa
"** XM.GREEN. (
T>OARDISG.—FIRST CLASS BOABI>
L) azH pleaaaat rooms, either soites or riaxle. at ME
BeatbOarkstfeet. TrtMeat Board atreaaoasble
laHfc*
X>OIRDING. SINGLE ROOMS ANB
J3 ndtaorroooaaewly fitted a» wtth board, oa re£
ssaaMe terma. may be obtained eo aßpUoatlaa atcta &&
Coat
OST.—ON THE 23D INbT., SOMB
whera between ISS aad 2*9 lake itreet. a Poet*
*eeale ceetaGia«Wa'-two dollar* ba Vita iotm
ehan re. aad lear note* ray.*Ua to the order
. saas» , r*is;s£' M '"^^ga^
STOLEN —RECEIPT OF SIOIIOI3.
-.■SSS"*®.* °»> «*»* a• • Ho,
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