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' full! Notice.—Dr. Cadlwdl, J
bu removed fclsefliee from tbe **r*Vff"Ti Boose to 9$ -
B%adolp\k i&eeA, corner of Detltown, 0788
THAYBH*DBI73 STOEE. Dr. a has not amp*' •
b&vlng SCVeTAI ftPKTtiSeDtS faß&ihtd
aedAttedatcreatexpetue. wilbLadlea'Pilvafce &coe»> f
tloa Rooms.
Dr. a etttl board* at tie Matteson Boase, wlere hs
eaay to feond when Dotal hi oSlee. Hoan tbronn tb#'.
dirnt evening m aaaal. mbAa^_
Hcrrlas** Patent Chtvploa Flrt ijj l *
BcMUm-FMor flAras-Wlth Hair* PAten Fow a «"-
Troot Lock*. tat ume thrt were awa?de I aepar*** ® ? *
-daisafc the World's Pair London. ISSU tad the Worl ®*
Mr.'Hev Tort 18j3. en 4 are ths oa'r "*
thotwerwawarded medal* attba LoaJ-* ° 1 **«• ,
ThMe Mies form tba most ta ? g y
Hr« ma BuuUrm. of KIT s«r. °3»»elto tit tals.
fttttttO H •* paid to a?i weson that cm
ebSWaaaia ffnamo'g Pirur Ocakpiox Pajy ever fatbd
to preserve Its contests la an Accidental fire,
TtMtabaoribvs also maoafactare all-kinds of Boiler \
andObUied Iron Bank Obestsaad Vault* Vaalt Door* (
and Money Boxes, or Ohe>U for Broker*. Jewelers, And
prir»« families, for F.at«. Demand*. aod other rain
ablta. SIL&& a 3EKRX3G 4 CO..
SSI Broadway, comer of Marray street,
Opposite City Hall. Ifew York,
a L. HAUMON * 00„ Agents, Chicago, HI
Tbaae who tNciulaaa to VrtUiuee ihe 1
Toaderfalperfectionto which >, Ohswaldt date «"«»»-
cer at ilaictaloi'A N. TO brooght the faacatactaro
of and To op a»e mvi'-ei to visit nit Wl* and
Hair Drlag £oOms. at No. 5 Treraont Block, and examine
These cartas production! oi art. No scrutiny oas detect
the artificial tr»m the natural when adiasteu to the
derily
Sa*v«r>i Flnld liztraet of Bark« an
ofaUaWe remedy forthe reve* nd Axae. and the tw»-
mi forcuof BUUoas Diseases. fotermltteaL liemitteat,
qhlU fwe and Dumb Ante- nana* tbeir oriids In nuua*
ria of vatrftrtlle and marshy districts. orepared&yDr.
d. Br*«tst and Chemist, and told by flawyer,
Galfle k 00,, No. It Lake street, Chicago.
Chls remedy la prepared entirely rom vegetable sab*
and ooitains no mercury, vaenic. or anything
hat can prore IcJcrlosa to the irelcra. IU effects are
tho*« ot a deobstz«cntrAd tcnlo, well auapVedto reatort
the healthy action of tbe Urer and Btomach. vheoe
(•notions sre «c cccK&!2y Impared Ir this class of (Us-
Mt3,
Vttjilnt other tonics serve only In many cases to '
tjresktbcchllk. bet do not remote the disease* of tbe
liver aod other crga&s Umolicated. o& which the chQl
and fever 4epea<l; heoce tbensefalaeaiof the "Tlnld
•LdraoC of Bark.** (p&rtletfarly In regions where Fhyst*
c>aßs cannot be readily coa#olted>. which eo&talSk all J
Ihc eoallUes eclted totbo IndlcatlOßS of these maladies. 1
of
nedldne from ponons of xss&eslabiUty, hate bees
fivento the rrcprle'.sr—brt h<s does cot make tue of c
t as be pretot to L&re tho cedldne In j
#:or_ely by lucerita.
Rotlce.—The undersigned, Stockholm
«ew In the Merchant's Bank of Macon. Georgia, are by
tbeprovisionsof 1U Ohnrier, nade pcrsanably liable for I
Ulosti The notes ofthlzßaskwlll betaken bynion da>
yoalt on the bame t:naa as Eentacky, Indiana »and
Ohio. g. A. TPOKXS * 00.
IDooi & <£oal, 1
Coal! Cheap Coal!!
FOE. SALE: j
THE WELL-KNOWN \
3LA COIL., 1
inSKD HT
Mescrx- Law & Strother, of this City,
At $3.00 Per Ton. 1
ALIO— '
200 CORDS SOFT WOOD,
At $2.00 Per Cord.
Br E. UICKI.VSOV,
teiP-33'da7 Em! Sad V%>l'»on Street Bridss.
Coal! Coal!!
"J Afti i TONS ORMSBY COAL.—THIS
l_" / (/ v/ Oo&l is the best in the market for either
family ssei or steam. Also—
-900 loos Prepared Aathmite (Sroad Top.)
909 tooß Lump Sbamokte.
ALFfftO SMITH k 00..
North Pier, opposite iIL Central fi. B.
XW~ Orders may be 101 l at
W. D. BERlirs,
E. E. comer Olark k Randolph sta.
UOKPOKD
jaaam<7i Oorne- of Lake and Olaric streets.
pivvmciuy.
XPOW » at WTI DE«
4T.. m »!Ltte ...49
•Tier their entire etoek as follows
O H. O A. » H .
Plpef/ ; >ercest. Jlmocqi free LlJlPrrc.
Halable Iron r.U>Dcs 2" cccvt r>rr ponn i.
Brass yitJinj* Bindn, Joblr xz.lsa ftx;ortt
At OOSL
Oar stock igtliehk'-xestinlho e>iv, and tu ?>-
snlii'.r-aiyff
,v.
S a;». ». 5 v.; A'- t ?* T V}. S -4,
rtvmiwi v.sr,\BLisH.«m,
se&nßv..**
• a : C A 9 o.
'HA .' -JNhITF MSOItTMEHt
V»^EMre« s
Vraw y>i OHiwaw Sur,aiatwij »i
■Coru+Htm Wfi.Vcf,
ttxa I'»*SQ«JU «Q mm
eiAbnrAl QMlxbi.
rfiAct'scAL eLu.wrstja,
*>rt 'rf
ALL KINDS 0? SI'S.VM WORK
t*ar'i-*til»>rWfawoa gWrava Vua» or
SWTISLfcft,
STK.-lot, *?A 7 Ah ±S: r
-I*ll* XBTTXC4, l-CUntP AUi- \
•OR UWK-i VBRAXOABI
v
m awrktcb TO
t r t* a & &.
THfi ritADa S.7Pn.JKi> * r \?i) TOOba
XKOK PIPK f ITIIfr'US.OAS fIXT'JRItS.PLDM#"
iKfl o?i> »:rc:;v »>
rue (JAS ?T!t<L« mt?::;: .K» -l.nKßlifu
rtt';slNS>K.
•ft LA *4.tr.b« VIritKKV, CiMCAtIU.
Krerr of '»*S •I'J rtr*M-trort
Br»ni«<l or tte-silu
nn. M-)ui
lead PIFK AND
SUeet Le:ul trorks.
E. W. BLATOHFOHD,
uivryAortrtKß or
Lead Fljif. Sheet nud Uar Lt-ad,
AND DEALKK IN
*• IO- bUAD,
Agent for
00IXIKR WHITE LEAD * OIL COKPA**
—XJO—
-9t Loaia Shot Towsr.
aVA foil MflortciTitnf tbe above Maoafactaros oen»
ftantly on hand.
ORDEBfI *RO# THE TRADE eoLIOnXD.
E. W. Blatcblori,
apSSo3«7>ly Oorner of Ollnton and ffnlton sire eta.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
REMOVAL.
new premlsea, !
28 Lake Street 26
Where, with Increased room and luprored facilities we
areprepared*o show oar old friends ui all wishir.g to
parohace. the aa i most com jlete stosk of
IOOTB AND SHOES
Iter broarht to this market
te» ewTo IMHiGETT. BAB3ETT k HILLB.
;crto»s »«i? ' 'nflertHKers,
HAVEOHHAKi), AT ALL TIMES, rvinx
Mlyie»od Wood, Leaa, sod 7.ldc (Colics ;abo
sbrooOs. And arc prr-v*r»?d r/ith aod Carrtkjtfs.
asd
eaad t »'»«lr«'u!r-.-.ri-r '.ri.ui;,t»u««if.on:<»-Vlr boal*
aessatajbo
Tbcj V»nU i- tbe Cemetery.
*«*» fa ■WRTJMT k •fxOl.Dttfe.
Flour ! Flour !!
"V*TB HAVE OOKSTANTLY IN STOKI
•V fr m oar own Mills atd opon OooslrampnL
floor o* k'licrades partic3l*rly choice sranes nf White
winter Wheat Pisorfroo Wlswasmandßoaibem 111]-
Bols.
o(ty defers and coasamers can be soUedai to «t>alH»
and price and order* fron thi country pro sctly filled
by as. Office and 27d Bomb Water street
HAWKUfSfc OHAPMAW.
BAGS! BAGS! I BAGS 11
rAX-tw»Xi£<>ei
BTIUJI BAG n&RXFiCTORf,
<2,41 k4B Wabash avenue, Oldcaco.
AND BACK* of every deserintioa
i famished on short notice
and printed with
(few &KP HCAirXIFUL iiliAAUtf
ipWAfljf 4T7l_
UMBEE YARD WAI'KR LOTS ©K
B*nUi Branch for Kent
1 yard cora«rOina\ »nd Monro* streets.
1 ~ on Oa&a , near Van fiorea,
1 on Beaoh, near Polk.
gewiws iHadjinicc.
Q.BBA-TLT IMP BO VID .
Quaker 6ity Double Lock,
TIGHT PABT BTUOH.
«SO BIVINO SiOBZSB.
- This popular lae has met with far areata, in •
I Ghlcsfo than ALL other machines pat together. Its ex
-1 trome rmplidty. effectlrcnr«a. beauty and elastld-y of
1 seam has made itt&e fatorite of tboesanda 1-r lamuy
1 and tailoring porsoaese. As *.oad as It was before
I The Great Improvements
I lately attached more than DOUBLE irß VALUE, and
obnafo the only ever raised against the old
one It now takes toe samo
Two Tread stitcb«
with the same EVEN EXACTNESS u tbe most expen*
sire ones in cse; and mtre, It lastens Its own ends. Its
work will
Sot Kir Tbtigh trery Third SOtth t< Clt.
It i« easily ndjaited aid oot likely to break or get oat
or order. Hews from two common spools. Does oarse
and fine work perfectly by simply chanting the thread
and needle. They will
STITCH, HEM. TUCK. GATHEB. PELL AND EMBKOI-,
DEJL
ova *£.x>Y
With a Eewini ]j e q Dl ] ja efflclenry to from
Bglil co Twclre fcy Hand.
A&y one making Sewlns a boslseai can make it >at
701 TTSK.F IS o** WtH. _
CT>* gambles of work and Olrealarsentonreoeipt cfa
stamp. Machines sent, with fall printed directions, to
penosr who never saw them, and are ued socceasftdly
alter a few aoars* practice. Ths mechanism warranted
and money refanaed alter fonr weeks ttlal If they are
nst all we represent. ,
Eatcrprislng men. with money to pnrcaase machines
may pow secure locretlre exoiasveagmdei in aorofthe
better towns In tbe Ncrthweat. Nose others need apply.
Terms cash.
tr OaU at Chas. T. Wljwaß'i Shoe Store, I<3 Lake
street, near Chuk. Addms L. OU&NKLL k 00..
mhU ly Chicago. PI. Port Ogee Box 38Q
J^AYII©ND J f LATEST JttPRtVKD
| Doable Threaded
Family Sewing Machine.
PKICE $25 00—CASES iSD STASDS EXTKi.
TTarrantcd to he a«f*oodaa Any In the
World.
They will BUtch and oem, Tack and PelL Gather and
Embroider, and are especially adapted
to Family as*
Titer win sew all kinds of roods from tbe finest to the
coarsest, as well as any other Machine now extent, aod
roay be used with excellent snecesa In all kinds of light
Leather work. Any person of ordinary Intel Jsence can
In one hoar, learn to oae thtm. whin practice makes
perfect.
Tbeas Machines are warranted, md any person par
charing them can ratarn ib<m and get their money, if
after a month's trial, tbpy do not prove what we repre
sent. W4* r >L(,&tiOLU&ons,
f, 0. Box 1985. No. 1(K Lake street. Up Stairs
AOEITTB WANTED.
All letters of inqalry mart enclose an extra postaca
stamp to insare ai answer. mhl
S3O . O O
Premiums aud Diplomas.
mHE FIR6T PkEMTOM AND DIPLOMA
JL was awarded to tbe
Boudoir Sewing Machine.
<EAKWa* »lTt«T,>
At the Wisconsin Stat? Fair. Oct. Bth. IBr!: K&cMnesfroa
One Hundred to On« Handred and Fifty Dollars In com
petition. Thus aaotherllok'jaa beea added to lis chain
of Premioma. Tire sebwriber ben leave to call the at*
tenttoo of tte Ladles of Chicago and viciaHy to the mer*
itsoftMsbeaatlfol and onrlvalled Macßne. A few of
Its prominent advantages over all other* are as follows:
Ist. It sews with two threads and ties each stitch.
3d. U makes two different glltchea.
Bd. It will sew Backward as well as forward.
4th. It makes two thoasand stitches per minute, and
slxty.nlnestitchesto tbe inch.
fith. The Inconvenience of a belt is obviated by ths ap
plication of a Bobber Friction Wheel.
! 6th. The nominal price of (30 includes stand and fix*
WhentbisMacbinewas sold at doable the price, it was
oordially recommended to the pahllc by
1 M. SINGER 4 00.
ELTAB HOW, Ja.
WBE2LEB k WILSON.
GROVE* k BAKER.
Manafactaring 00.
Am tbe bestsingin thread Maehinetn the market. The
pricehas been reduced one hVf auditaralneenhanced
bytheaddltloa of the Doable Thread. An examination
of this Machine and Its work Is solicited at H. Dewing 4
Oo's Boot and Bhoe Store, 133 Lake street.
n027-IrWO6 L A. 11A N 0E k CO.. Agesta.
SiQtioilCfD, &£.
Awarded for the
Two Silver Medals
AWIRSIO ?•
Mrrnrsosr bsadmV,
—for the—
BEST BtANK BOOKS,
BT TUS
Chicaso Xn.stitnte.
NO. HI LAKE SIttEET.
A Silver Medal
Was awarded by the
Illinois State Agricultural Society
—for the—
BUST BLANK BOOKS
TO
MUNSON <fc BRADLEY*
Stationer/ Ball, *1 Lake street.
A Silver Medal was Awarded at the
at rsr.ii p^£^c£
—BT TUB—
AMERICAN INSTITUTE
io
Munson & Bradley,
Of Lhieago. for the
BEST BLANK BOOKS.
mhfliy c 403
Joues, Perdue & Small,
SacceKsora to A. 11. Boqlky & Co.,
WBOLIIILI AID BRTAIL OKALISB IV
STATIONERY
AUD XAXtTIC7CBKBS Of
ULANK BOOKS,
V 22 Lake Street, Chicago 122
j, k. w. jo«ss...rJ. x- pganca....j. a. sMaix.
mUS c 370
©ostcrs,
YS TERS—O Y STE R S—OYSTERS.
HATCH, UANN k CO'B anrivalled
cresh Baltimore Oysters received dally, by
Express only, direct from their packing^VJ
hcose in Baltimore. VdU and for sals iiv J :
tbeli deDov No. IS# NorUi Water street. Otdcago.
The otmost care and attention being paid to tbe pro
pahng of tbese OFster*. they have attained a repatatlon
oneooaUed by all others All orders will receive prompt
UetUoo. Address J. N. tiAIOIL Acsnt.
Post Office pox SSt7.
N. B.— I This estahlishtnent will be permanent.
3.rcl)itccts.
P. P. RANDALL, ARCHI-ECT,
VX# As bereto'o-e, may be found at his office la tbe
PurtUnd Ulock. «here he w'.l furm-h plans made li the
most carefoi macne>- for bnUJoja of bll kinds, elthe.-
pablle or private.
tsentlemeawh • are about lo build resideocet. either la
thecity or country, wili find ttbls ofDcideiUna foreuch
in toe most modem aid braatifal strleor amnitectare.
and they ate 'sntdsily invited to call and look at ibem
befor* leavlrg their orders elsewhere.
Chicago, March 9, ISM. malO Ita o<lo
E.
A ROHITECT-NOa 44 <t 46 LAfIALLE
iX Btreet (over Hoffoan k Ueipcke's BaakJ Is pre
pared to farnlali Plans aod Hpedd<»&loo* for all kinds of
balidind lie eonfldenily refers to many nf the best
balldinista Oblaaco— bjtb pabUc and private-as eri
dences of his aolttty. and that orders lotrasted to hlrn will
be executed In tbe oust satisfactory manntr, l*S b353 ly
O. L. WHBELOCK,
4EOHITECT AND SUPERINTENDENT,
No. 77 I>©art>orn filoolt*
Opposite thf Post Office, Ohlcairo. nolSb47C
yy iLLIAM w. botikqton,
> UCUITECT ASD 81PKRI5TKSDIST.
! Specifications, and
grr.T*KT.» nrratT.ro emtAM
Hade hxm Drawlnca.
OlllOt-aDearborn streM, Ist Aoor north of Post Of*
toa. mrlMy-vTi
MASKS
TO ÜBFBE9EITT
Everybody and Everything,
! WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
Peugeot's Chieagu Variety Stare,
No. 40 ClmtK Stmt
mhl
IRISH MOSS.
Shred aad Sheet Isinglass,
TAPIOCA, fBESH HOPS,
Coxe's (iparlcllnsr Gelatine,
SAOO, OAT IKBAL,
CONCENTRATED EXTRACT Of LEMON,
7 Bi&fiS3ST JLILSLEY, AyothMariMf
- l« Laka find.
"\riN*QAR!—GENUINE NEW JEESST
. v Oidsr VlpaKV* saJoby ths bhl. at"
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A Yankee's Autobiography* <
' » - v — 1
BY WXLLUX iOfcTB. 1
Sir. twas tern asd railed in Connecticut; t
Boiled to e?a. and *aa wr-rked in Japan; <
Quite a respectable firure I 'rptct I rat,
When cooling back, to kctp eckool 1 began.
Goecs at the saw mill I rrovfcd a top sawyer.
And as a minister made a tm-'li aplarge; (
Keckon I felt more at homa aa a lawyer, ;
Ere, as a donor, 1 learned bow to purge. '
the medical lexicons !
Soon I fwrcot— frcm acoople of <
Spent in campalg dng against the damed Mexicans 1
When I the Bragg volanteera. f
Jest for a chanre. men. a paper I edited, t
8-orchedpc.liilciana. and pitched Into books? \
That Wia be.ore I aas envoy araedited, t
Austriia p'.cn!po— Gtnnral Sn»oka. '
'lUaaltw ftfe tint of minister resident; i
Posting dirpa' ches to kings and wbat jot: \
as tbe> propose to iuu me for President, i
llaoged if 1 care to repine st my lot. 1
AMERICAN CiVIUZtTIO.V JLLISTBATED. '
t I
A Great Slave Anctloo—4oo Uleo. Wo- \
m«u and Children Sold—lTlr. Pierce ,
ITI.. Butler,* li<*UK«a bla suVf«tiueuU*« ;
hcenea at the S»le> a Hamau feelUis« o( 1
ho Accuoui—Tlr, Bailer gives each 1
iliattcl a Dollar.
- i
[Correipondence N. Y. Trlbase. March 9.] '
The largest Bale of haman chattels t6at has 1
been made in Star-Spangled America for aero- ,
rnl years Wot place on Wednesday andThnra* 1
day of last week, at the race coarse, near the 1
city of Savannah, Georgia. The lot consisted (
ot fonr hundred and thirty.six men, women, 1
children and infants, being th&t half of the ne
gro stock remaining on the old Major Butler's
plantations which fell to one or the tfro heirs to
that estate. Major Butler dying, left a property
valued at more than a million of dollars, the
mujor part of which was invested in. rice and
cotton pUntatioDS, and the slaves thereon, all
of which ima.ense fortune descended to two
heirs, his son! 1 , Mr. John A. Batler, sometime
deceased, and Mr. Pierce M. Bailer, still living,
and resident in the city of Philadelphia, in the
free State of Pennsylvania. Lofsea in the grand
crash at 1557-S, and other exigencies of busi
ness have impelled tbe latter gentleman to real
ize on his Southern investments, that he may
satisfy suadry pressing creditors, and be enabled
to resume bueioesu with tbe surplus.
The total amount of the sale foots np £303,850
- the proceeds of tbe first day being $161,450,
and of the second day $142,370.
The highest earn p&td for aoy one famil? wen
given for Sally Walker und her five children,
who were moetly gtofrn up. The price w;,s
*0.183.
The highest pries paid for a single mac was
$1,750, which was given for William, a M fair
cippentif and caulker."
Tbe highest price paid for a ft-eir.sa was $1,25*0,
I which was f.ivcn for Jane, "cottoj bunu uid
house servant."
Tbe lowest price piid wus for Aiisoo and Vic
let, a groy hnired couple, each hav:ug numbered
more than fifty years. They but s2so
apiece.
ltoW T&E7 weai: tbcatbd is savak.vab,
Tbe negroes were brougbt to Svannah in
sm&il loiu, td m&oy at a time as could be conve
niently taken care 01, the last ot them reaching
tbe city tbe Friday before tbe sate. Tbey were
consigned to tbe cars or Mr. J. Bryan, Auction
eer and Negro Broker, who W£B to feed and keep
them in condition until disposed of. Immedi
ate!) cn their arrival they Were taken to the
race course, nnd there quartered in tbe sheds
erected (or the accommodation of tbe horses and
ctrrioKes ot gentlemen attending the races.
Into these sheds they were huddled pell-mell,
without any more attention to their comfort than
was nece&airy to prevent their becoming ill and
unsalable. Each "family" had one or more
boxes or bundles, in which were slowed such
ecanty articles of their clothing aa were not
brought into immediate requisition, and their
tin dishes and gourdß for tbeir food and drink.
In.these sheds were the chattels huddled to
gether ou the fl jor, there being no sign of bench
or table. They eat and slept on the bare boards, ,
tbeir food being rice and beans, with occasion
ally a bit of bacon and corn bread. Their huge
boodles were scattered over the floor, aud
tbereon tbe slaves sat or reclined, when not
restlessly moving about, or gathered into sor
rowful groups, discussing tbe cbaoces of their
f Jture bite. On the faces of all was on express
ion of heavy grief; some appeared to be re<
signed to the bard stroke of fortune tbat had
torn them from tbeir homes, and were sadly
trying to make tbe best of it; some sat brood*
iog moodily over their sorrows, tbeir chins
resting on tbeir hands, tbeir eyes staring va
cantly, and their bodies rocking to and fro,
with a restless motion that was never stilled;
few wept—tbe place was too public and the
drivers too near, though aome occasionally
turned aside to give way to a few quiet tears.
Toe slaves remained at the race-course, some of
them more than a week, aud all ot them for foar
datu before the sale. They were brought in thus
earlv that buyers who desired to liupect tbcm
might enjoy tbat privilege, although none of them
were sold at private sale. For these preliminary
days th?:ir sbtd wa3 cou&iantly visited by specu
lators. The negroes were examined with as little
consideration as if tbey bad been brutes iudsed;
the buyers pulling tbeir moa'hs opeu to see their*
teeth, pinching their limta to find bow muscular
tbey were, walkiigtbem op and down to detect
a»y Mgns of lameneas, making them etoop and
bend in different ways that they might be certain
there was no concealed rupture or woaad ; and
in addition to all this treatment, asking them
scores of questions relative to their qualilcations
and accomplishments. All these eimiliatioud
were submitted to without a murmur, and io'soae
iastaoces with good natured cueerfulnefU—where
the slave liked tbe appearance of the trapesed
buyer, and fancied that he might prove a kiad
" inas'rr"
The following curionsly Rid scene is the tyj* of
a score of other* that were enacted:
" Elixba," chattel No. 5 in the citalogue, had
takeu a fancy to a benevolent Jeoking, middle
aged gentleman, who wa* inspecting tbe stock,
aud thus used bin powers ot persuasion to iadnce
the benevolent man to purchase him, with his
wife, bov and girl, Molly, ktael and Savandu,
chattels "Nos. 6, 7 and 8. Tbe earnadtnsss with
which tbe poor k-llow pressed his suit, kuowing,
aa be did, that perhaps the happiness of his whole
life depended on bis was interesting, and
tbe arguments be esed were most patoetio. He
made no appeal to the feelings of toe buyer; he
rented no nope ou his charity and kindness, but
only strove to gbow how well worth his dollars
were the bona and blood he was entreating him to
buy.
Look at me, Mas*!; am prime rice planter;
and you won't find a better man den me; no bet*
ter on do whole plantation : not a bit old yet; do
mo' work tban ever; do carpenter work, t«o, lit*
tie; better buy me, Mas'r; l ? se be good servant,
Mas I r. Molly, too, my wife, Sa, fas rate rice
hand; mos as good as me. Stan' out yer, Holly,
and let the gen'lm'n see."
Molly advances with her hands crossed on her
bosom, and mates a quiet short curtsy, and I
stands mate, looking appealinJy to the benevo- :
lent man's face. But Eiiaha tails all the faster.
"Sbow mas'r yer arm, Molly—good arm dat,
maa>—she do a heap of work mo' with dat arm
yet. Let goad mt»'r sec yerteetb,Molly—see dat >
mas'r, teeth all reg'iAr, all good—ebe'm young gal
}eU Come out yer Israel, walk aroon* an 1 let the
gen'lm'n see how spry you b«"—
Then, Twin ting io too thiee-year-old girl who
stood with her chubby hand to bar moutn, hold
ing on to her mother's dress, and oncer tain what
to make *f tbe rtrange seen*.
" Little Vardy's orny & chile yet; make prime
gal by-aod-by"—end ao on. Better buy us,-
mas'r, we'aa nib 1 rate bargain"—aud so on. But
the benevolent gentlsman foicd where he coald
drive a closer bargain, aod so bought somebody
e.te
Similar scenes were transacting all tbe while on
every side—parents praising tbe strength and
cleverness of their chbdreu,und showing off every
muscle and sioew to tbe very best advantage, >ot
with the excusable pride of other oareota, but to
tbetn the more desirable la tue eyes ot the
man buyer; and, on tbe other hand, children ex
cusing and mitigating the age and inability of pa
1 rents, that they xalgut be more marketable, and
(all, if possible, into kind hands.
The sentiment of the subjoined characteristic
dialogoe waa heard mere thau onee repeated.
• " Well, Colonel, I seen you looking aharp at
Khoemaker Bill, Sally. Goiug to buy her ?"
" Well, Maj »r, 1 think not. Sally's a good,
big, strapping gal, aod can do a heap o'work;
bat t's five years since she had any children.
She done breeding, I reckon'*
In the intervals of more active labor, the dls-
QuatiOß of the re-opecing of the tlave-trada was
commenced, and the opinion seemed to gener- I
ally prevail thai tbe re. establishment of the said s
trade is a consnmmatlon devootlj to be wished, t
and one red-hoed Major or General or Corporal, t
clenched bLs remarks with the emphatic aaaer- t
lion that M We'll have ail the niggers in Africa I
here in three years—wb won't leave fefaoOfh t
ureeed." Those of jotir readers Who hare a
read "Uncle Torn"—and who has not?—will i
rtnember, With peculiar feelinga, Legree, the
mate-driver and woman-wbipper. That cba> 1
racter is not over-drawn or too- highly color- t
ed, there is abundant testimony. Witness the 1,
subjoined dialogue: A party of men were con*- )
Tcraioj? on the irmtfnl subject of managing re
fractory %l aggers some were for severe
whipping, some recommanding branding, one or i
two advocated other modes of tortures, but one i
huge brnte of a man, who had not taken an ao- r
tire part in tbe discussion, save to assent with I
approving nod to any nnusuallj barbarous pro* \
poaition, at last broke his silence by ssjiog, in t
an oracnlar way, " Ton mar seywnat yoalike t
about managing niggers; I'm a driver myself r
and I've haraome experience, and I ought to c
know. You can manage ordinary niggers by f
lickin' 'em and girin* 'am a taste of the hot iron 1
once in a while when they're extra ugly; but if I
a nigger really sets himself np against me, 1 I
can't never have any paticitce with him. X Just
get my pistol ahd shoot him right down; and I
that's tbe best way." <
And this brute was talking to gentlemen, and t
bis remarks were listened to with attention, and i
his assertions assented to by more than one in *
tbe knot of listeners. But all this time the sale f
was going on, and the merry Mr. Walsh, with (
many a quip and jest, was beguiling tbe time *
when the bidding was slow. Tbe expression on
the faces of all who stepped on the block was *
always ibe same, and told of more anguish than • I
it is in tbe power of words to express. Blighted *
homes, crushed hopes and broken hearts was J
the sad story to be read in all the anxious faces. J
Home of them regarded tbe sale with perfect in* *
difference, never making a motion except to 1
turn from one side to the other at the word of '
the dapper Mr. Bryas, that all the crowd might
hate a fair view of their proportions, and then, *
when tbe sale was accompliahed, stepping down I
from the block without caring to cast even a
look av the buyer, wbo now held all iheirhappi
ness in bis hands. Others, again, strained their
eyes with eager glancei from one buyer to •
another as tbe bidding went on, trving with
earnest attention to follow the rapid voice of
the auctioneer. Sometimes, two persons only
would be bidding for tbe same chattel, all the 1
others having resigned tbe contest, and then tbe
poor creature on the block, conceiving an in* C
atantaneons preference for one of tbe buyers
over the other, would regard the rivalry with tbe
intenaest interest, the expression ct his face •
changing with every bid; settling into a half
of joy if the favorite buyer persevered un
to tbe end and secured tbe property, and set
tling down into a look of hopeless despair if the
other won the victory.
tux lovi sTO&r or jeftrst and dobcas. 1
Jeffrey, Chattel No. 819, marked as a "prime J
cotton hand," aged 38 years, was put up. Jef» -
fray being a likely lad, the competition was
high. The first bid was $1,4)00, and he was fi- ]
nufly sold for $1,310. Jtflrey was sold alone; j
be had no incumbrance in the shape of an aged I
father or mother, who must necessarily be sold 0
with bin; nor bad he anr children, for Jeffrey c
was not married. But Jeffrey, chattel .No. 819,
being human in his affections, had dared to
cherish a love for Dorcas, chattel No. 278 j and 1
Dorcas, not having the 4 lear of her master be- J
lore her eyes, had given her heirt to Jeffrey. '
Whether what followed was a just retribution
on Jeffrey and Dorcas, for dariog to take such
liberties with their master's property as to ex
change hearts, or whether it only goes to prove ]
that with black as •friili white the sajing holds, i
thai "the cearse of true love never did run
smooth," cannot now be told. Certain it is thst (
these two lovers were not to realize tbe con
summation of their hopes io happy wedlock.
Jeffrey and Doicas had toldtbeir loves, bad ex- I
changed their simple vows, and were betrothed, -
each io tb* other ac deer, and each by the other r
as fondly loved, as though their skins had been
of fairer color. And who shall say that in the ,
sight of heaven and all holy angels, these two !
humble hearts were not as closely wedded asany i
tiro of the prouder race that call them staves?
Be that as it may, Jeffrey was sold. He finds
out his new master; and, hat in hand; tbe big J
tears standing in bis eyes, and his voice trem'
bling with emotion, h& stands before that mas>
ter and tells bis simple story, praying that his
betrothed may be bought with him. Though
his voice trembles, there is so eabirratament {
u his manner; his fears hsve killed all the t
basbfulness that would naturally attend such a i
recital; be feels that be is pleading for the bap- ]
piness of her he loves, as well as for his own, j
and his tale is told in a fraok and manly way. <
44 1 love Dorcas, young mas'r, 1 love her well j
an' true; she says she loves me, and I know t
shodoest de good Lord knows 1 love her bet- t
ter than I love any one in dc wide World-never \
can love unotber woman half so welL Phase i
buy Dorcag, mas'r. We're be good servants to ■
you long as we live. We're be married right *
soon, young mas'r, and de cbilun will be healthy t
and strong mas'r, and dey'll be good servants,
too. Please bny Dorcas, young mas'r. We 1
love each other a heap—do, really, true, ,
mas'r."
Jeffrey tben remembers that no loves and
hopes of his are lo enter into the bargain at alt,
but in the earnestness of bis love be has for
gnUi'D u buse his pita .on other ground till
now. wke*< h* btthlnSs bim and continues, with
r.is voie*. not. uow, save with eager- ;
• to i-i ore bow worthy of many dollars ijj sbe
TTlCiuk-ii of Lis i'.Can ;
"Y*»ang use»r, Dorcas prime woman—Al
w«TMp, fta. IVII gal, Sa; long arm, strong,
, scd cr»n do a lie.ip of work in a .day.
She is ono of de best rics hpod? on de *vaole
j>!jnmtior); wonh • $1,200 easy, maa'r, an' fua'
rate bargin at that"
i'tie tuun eeems touched by Jeffreys last re
Marks, and bids him fetch out his "gal, and
lei's fee what sbe looks like."
Jeffrey goes into the long room and presently
returns with Dorcas, looklog very sad and self
possessed, without a parti Ale of embarrassment
at the i*yin& position in which she is placed.—
f.be makes tne accustomed courtesy, and stands
| meekly with her hands clasped across her
bosom, waiting the result. The buyer regards
I her with a critical eye, and growls in alow voice
| that tbe " gal has ghod p'ints." Then he goes
1 on to a more minute and careful examination of
i her working abilities, lie turns her round,
| makes her stoop, and walk; and then hb takes
off her tarbdn to look at her head, that no
waned or disease be concealed by tbe gay hand
kerchief; he looks at ber teetb, and feels of her
arms, and at lest announces himself pleased
with the result of his ooservations, whereat
Jeffrey, who has stood near, trembling with
eager hope, is overjoyed, and he smile* for tbe
first time. The buyer then crowns Jeffrey's
happiness by making a promise that he will buy
her, if the price isn't run up too high. And tbe
two lovers step aside and congratulate each
other on thoir good fortune. But Dorcas is
not to be sold till the next day, and there are
twenty-four long hours of feverish expectation.
Eirly next morning is Jeffrey alert, and, hat
in nand, encouraged to unusual freedom by tbe
. greatness of tbe slake for which he plave, he
addresses every buyer, and of all who will listen
he begs tb& boon of a word to be spoken to his
new master to encourage him to boy Dorcas.
And all the long morning be xpeaks in his
homely way with all who know him that they
will intercede to save bis sweetheart from being
sold away from him forever, No obe has tbe
heart to deny a word cl promise and encourage
ment to tho poor fellow, and, joyous with so
much kindness, his hopes and spirits gradually
rise until be feels ulmost certain that the wish
of bis heart will be accomplished. And Dorcis
too iB smiling, for is not Jeffrey's happiness
her own.
At last comes the trying moment, and Dorcas
steps upon the stand.
But now a most unexpected feature in the
drama is for tbe first time unmasked; Dor«u
u not to be sold alone, but with a family of four
others. Full of dismay, Jeffrey looks to Us
master, wbo shakes his bpad, for, although he
might be induced to buy Dorcas alone, he has
no use for tbe rest of tbe family. Jeffrey reads
bis doom in his master's look, and turns away,
the tears streaming down his honest face.
So Dorcas is sold, and her toiling life is to be
spent in the cotton fields of Sonth Carolina,
while Jeffrey goes to the rice plantation, of the
Great Swamp.
And to-morrow, Jeffrey and Dorcss are to say
their tearful farewell, and go tbeir separate
ways in life to meet no more as mortal beings.
But didn't Mr. Pierce Batler give them a sil
ver dollar apiece? Who shall say there is no
magnanimity in slaveowners ?
In another hour I see Dorcasin the long room,
sitting motionless as a statue, with ber bead
covered with a ehawl. And I see Jeffrey, who
goes to bis new master, pulls off bis hat and
says, "I'se very much obliged Mas'r, to you for
tryin' to help me. I knows you would have
done it if you could—thank you, Mas'r—thsnk
yon—but—its—berry—hard "—und here the
poor fellow breaks down entirely and walks
away, covering his face with bis battered hat,
bod sobbing like a very child.
He is eoon surrounded by a group of his col
ored friends, wbo with an instinctive delicacy
most unlooked for, stand quiet, and with uncov
ered heads abnnt bim.
Anson and Violet, chattels Nos. 11l and 112,
were sold for $250 each, both being old, aud An- i
son being down in the catalogue as " ruptured I
aud as having but one eye. Violet was sold
as being sick. Ger disesse was probably con- ,
sumption, which supposition gave rise to the ;
following feeling conversation between two buy
era: 1
"Cheap gal that, Major."
"Don't think so. They may talk about her
being sick; it's no easy sickness she's got.
She's got consumption* and the man that buys
her*ll have to bo a doctorin' ber all the time,|aod
ahe'U die in less than three months. I woa't
have anything to do with her—don't want any
halt dead niggers about me."
daphsst'S BAST.
The family of Primus, plantation carpenter,
consisting of Dsphney his wife, with her yoang
babe, and Dido, a girl of three years old, were
reached in due course of time. Dsphney had a
large abawl, which she kept carefully wrapped
round her infant and herself. This unusual
proceeding attracted much attention, and pro
voked many remarks, such as these :
" What do you keep yonr nigger covered np
for ? Poll off her blanket."
"What's the matter with the gal? Has she
got tbe headache?"
"What's the fault of the gal? Ain't she
sound? Pull off her rags and let as see her."
u Who's going to bid on thst nigger, if yon
keep ber covered np. Let's see ber faoe."
And a loud chorus of similar remarks, em
phasised with load profsnity, and mingled with
sayings too indecent and obscene to be eves
hinted at here, went up from the crowd ot chi
valrous Southern gentlemen.
At last the auctioneer obtained a hearing
long enough to explain that there was no at*
temot to practice any deception in tbe case—
the parties were not to be wronged in any way;
he had no desire to palm off on tbem an inie
< rior article; but tbe truth of tbe matter was
that Daphney had been contined only fifteen
days ago, and be thought that on that account
sbe was entitled to the slight indulgence of a
blanket, to keep from herself and child tbe chill
air and the driving rain-
Will yoor lady readers look At the circurnstan
! ces of this case. The day was the 2<l da> of
' Mareh. Daphney'e baby was into the world
on St. Valentine's happy day, tbe 11th ot Februa
ry. Since his confinement, Diphney had tziveled
! from the plantation to Savannah, where she had
been kept in a bed for six days. Oa the sixth or
seventh day after her sickness, she had left her
bed, taken a railroad journey across the country -
lo tbe shambles, was there exposed for six days "
to the questionings and insults of the negro ipecu- 4
hit ore, and then on the fifteenth day after confine
ment w&4 put up on the block with her husband
and her other child, aod with her new-born baby
in her arms, was sold to the highest bidder.
It was very considerate in Daphney to be sfck (
.before tbe stue, for ber wailing babe was worth
to Mr. Barter all of a hundred dollars. Tbe fami.
ly gold for $625 apiece, or $2,500 for the four.
XS. PlSftCf PCTLES GIVES HU PEOPLE A DOLT. A R J
A PI£CB.
- Leaving the Race buildings, where tbe scenes
we have described took place, a crowd of negroes |
were seen gathered eagerly about a man in their «
midst That man was Mr. Pierce H. Butler of the J
free city of Philadelphia, wbo was solacing the o
wounded hearts of the people he had sold from J
their firesides and tbeir bomes, by doling out to
them small change at the rate of a dollar a head, i
To every negro ho had sold, wbo prrcnted his
claim for tbe paltry pittance, he gave tbe munifi
cent stipend of one whole dollar in specie; be be*
ing provided with two canvas bsg9 of 25 cent
pieces; fresh from the mint, to gtfe an additional 1
glitter te his muuiffse&t generosity.
That night, not a steamer left that Southern
port, not a train of ears sped away from that
cruel city, that did not bear each ita own a&d
burden of those unhappy ones, whose only crime j
is that they are not strong and wise. Some of
them maimed and wounded, some scarred and
gaahed by accident, or by the hands of ruthless
drivers—all sad and sorrowful as human hearts
era be-
But the stars shone out as brightly as if such
things had never been, tbe blushing fruit trees .
poured their fragrance on the evening air, and
the soene was as calmly sweet and quiet as if
Man had never marred the glorious beauty of
Sarth by deeds of cruelty and wrong. All no- .
ture was as wondrously beautiful and glorious
as in that earlier day, when "All tbe sons of
" God shouted for joy, and tbe morning stars
"song tegether," and the burden of that celes
tial song was Freedom to Mankind. '
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wood. Uchie. k Bradbury's have a ceth !
, whereby thej eorinc this oatcatWre<t intoyroscr 'onn 1
by the aid of steam and powertalmachlaerr. A st aln
i of tei tons will mak nolmorciron o. toe arch,
the fibres of the wood instead of betas wrafcened by the
I continoiiy belsc lntern»ied at short distance*, nave tbeir
natural prwer of revstaaee aieatiy angmsnted by the
pecllar tonnther are made to amine in the Patent
1 Areh Wren. Every instnioent 1s warranted.
All kinds of Chorsh Music Bo*ksfer sale.
The ehearest and laten Glee Book ont is the MKNE
HA-HA. PriceslLgle copy JScenta, sent by mall po*u
paid; per down -ejd all orders mast be addressed
to E. M. HIGGiNA 46 Ohlca*o ja'sbWly
IMPROVED fULL IKON FRAHE PIANO
FORTES Matmftctnredand for sale
at mail at Eiatern wholsale srlcea by
i W. T. &KU> Practical Piano Porte
Maker. Ail Planas of his make win be ■ | T > 1*
fully warranted. Old Pianos »U1 be taken in ezehance,
and tanlnc aadr««lnna wocaotiy attended to. Apply
at hit Rano Porte Mazmfactcrr. no. laa Weal MaHsos
«gee>. m'nn it
[ BO! FOB PIKE'S PEAK!
Biflks, shot guns, revolvers,
BOWIE RinfES, and general ostflts fbr the
e at a» Lake street. GEO. Z. ABBET
B Powder. lag?elMly
i For the Gold Mines.
!
S SHARP'S AND •OLTB RIFLES, COLT'S
" Pl^TOI& BO WU: IV Cd: tin, a lane saw
meat of Targei and wiber Shot Gtoci. and other
aoparatat for a general ortftl for the Mnee. at 86
i uke tumi, w
; MMMR - O. KATOH 4t CO.
a ARTICLES OF DIET FOR IKVAT.TTta
5 i°
BISOOTIWE,
BBQIU, ohooolat*
>r xmaow moot, babut, .
3 QMOkT*, ALKATIOrTA,
'• ri*i«A, *a,*a
' J»» flu—nnlMo Haomo; A oUrt-ft.
S?tg (goobfl.
Spring Trm4* j
coo lev, niviu. * 00.,
tSnoceesois to Oooley. Wadiworth k Ooj {
ORY GOODS JOBBEHS,
49.4S * 4« Wahaeh AvMaa,
Are nov receiving a fall assortment of
DBY GOODS, TAVXB HOTXOn, ETC., XTC. (
SVeslx from tile Mint, J
IM*T.Ti PROFITS AVD PROMPT 9At p
ym.hf ocr motto, jwd all dealcm. particnlartycadiand P
rtiorttme trade, iip And It to their Intereitto I
y extmlTe and attractive stock before
w»e. featdo7wlv.
— g
1859 Spring Trade. 1859 i
FREEDMAS, GOODKIND & €O.,
135 Lake Street,
Are now nrepared to exMhit a larte variety of New and
Besutifal.
SPRING GOODS, }
OONSBTDfa OP
Dreas Silks, Magnificent Styles,
▼agendas, Poll de Ohevre, 1
Printed Baregea, Chailies de Laines, J
Embroiderieg, Laces,
French, English and American FrinU,
and Brilliants.
BONNETS AND BQNNET RIBBONS!
Ani InJjct that Is sew and DesiraMe in tbe 1
OOODi. aad theaoet complete stock of
HUEKDJUS, COODKBfB 4 1
15# LAKE «TRKET iSft. -
ma2dtf 1
1859 Spring Trade, 1859 j
C
~■- t
M>ry Goods, !*hocs J* Hat*, |
AT \THOLBBALE. ?
UAVIS, SAWYER & CO., I
lJ
(Late ParU, Moody A Oo.j c
Have R«mov®d to Store f
42 - - Lake Street, - - 42
Where they are prepared to show a Urae stock of
\
ORY-BOODS. BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS. S
* n
direct from the Uasufacttren, oomprfiing all that Is new i
a'd desirable in eae i llie of Goodj. Country Merchants e
will hfrefindafullsssortmentofStaDleandPaneyGooas •
adapted to tbeir trade and the reason, all of which will r
be offered at low prices for eash or approved credit
no. 4j Like street next building to tbe American r
House- mblcggtm j
O W p al «£ S WIN.— I
PEAKB, MAHBH A. EaLONQ, 1
Street.
. Our policy of small expenses, and standard Goods at (
*ow prices to men who pay. having carried us succesa
fully through times of panic, we shall still adhere to It
we are determined to offer Irresiatable inducements to
good men. jnd shall offer at VFHOLBdALK throughout c
the season, a very full Spring Stock of the very best c
maiesof c
MTAPLE DRV CWO£>», ;
BOSIEiY AMD KOHOSS, |
At tbe verr Lowest Prices that elose buying and small !
exoenses will admit ot J
To our customers *ho knowosr way of doing business 1
in the past this notice is unnecessary, but we solicit tne 2
att<ntlon of all good men wbo "loot around" lor the ad- 1
vantages of the market and have something more than )
promises to pay for goods. ial> datm |
78 - - Lake Street, - - 78
TBIMMINGS, EMBROIDERIES. j
LACES, ]
NEW STYLE SKIRTS '
COBIJET9.
UNDER GARMENTS,
GLOVES. AND EOSIEKY,
KID GLOVES,
WOOLEN GOODS,
BEBLIN WOOLS, :
And a General Stock of
BStALX. WAa D *
Kest Constantly on hand and for safe
Wholesale and Retail,
78 Lake Street. '
jaSfl A. GRAVES, gate a T. AtkinsonJ
l : ucmtut£, &i.
Furniture! Furniture! I i
WHOJLBSA.LB AND RETAIL
—IT—
NE\T YORK $ BUBTOX PIUCES.
TACTS WORTH KNOWUIS!
SO per oeat flared is the ParehaM*
Shearer, faine & Strong,
Having Ueno'id to
JOKES' NEW IRON JHONT STORE,
so. aoa aAai>ox*Pß st..
Are now prepared to exhibit to their old customers, and
to the public generally.
The Larseat and JBest Aaaorted
STOCK OF FURNITURE
WEST OP MEW YORK.
iThlch.they have recently received, and are cow ctta»
lng, consisting in part of
3olio;uy, Sostnoad tad Viliot
PARLOR FURNITURE.
In Brocatelle. DeLalne. Plush and Hair Cloth.
Snamelled, Oak, Chestnut, Dahoeany k Bosaw'd
OUAMBBK SE T TS,
Of Ifew and Elegant DesUnes,from the hen Man*facta
rles in Boston. New Tork and phUAdefoiila
-ALMO-
A* Kxtendve variety of Mohogany. Walnut and Rose*
woodTete a Tetes. Easy Chairs. Parlor Obalrs, Eaq
trcklng Chairs. 3ewing Chairs, Divans. Ocuches ana
iontges, Etacens. Marble-top Centre and Pier Tables,
hireaus and Bldeboarda. Patent Spring 3eds> Curied
lair. Cotton and_Uu»k. Palm and Excelsior Mattresses.
Fine Bush Seat Chairs. Carved Oak Rxtendon Table*
Oak Dining Ohalra. Oane Seat Übain oi every descripMor,
—AI-SO—
mm ROOM AND COMMON FURNITURE,
IN GRIAT VAUIETT.
eoodj Xami&ctared Here To Ordez Oat of tkt
BEST MATERIALS.
We are constantly receiving from SHKAkCB k JOM9,
New York, and BKKAEE3 k PAINE. Boston. (Ham,
factorers.) the
LATEST PATTEHHB
Most Approved atyle* of GKxxl*.
Which will make U a treat indnsemen to thcee
fC&SISHISG AUD HOfSBS
To examine our Stock before sending Xast.
So parties YISITIIfGTHICITT POP ".it: PUBOHASB
OF ru&NIIOK£ should fall to
OUB MAMMOTH STOCK
Before Mak ng their Perch;'-' t.
To the Public at X*rf»
We are prepared to prove that PnrnlU it e> Srvrf
Grade, from the Kitchen to the Pa-io',
Will oe Forniabed froa Our Establishment at
Prices Lower than any Hoom in the West.
BHEAREB, PAINE dc STH'i. ':,
tC3 RANDOLPH STHEBT .20)
[seiaCTol .
! ol MOR <3-AN, |
. 199 lAke Street* -- - * t.99
i *iew and BeaottlnJ Desinu
\ LAnaraTfLiP c r
| MahofTAay ■»* WaJ»n: Partet,
\
; BUHoon ruaniTOßa,
' I N a U I T s.
The subscriber Is now receiving LASGE AODITIOIIAL
- pUPPLnawhU former
Xammoth Stock of Cabinet FonUttre k Chain
) As the Stock is now Oacaiele and Pall, and.the
(Largest ts be found Weft of lev Tork.
Be would cordially Invite the attention ef his forma
» steads and patrons and the pabßo*«a
b erally to call and examine
i Sis Eaesant
Setsre purchasing elsewhere,
—»'«y at GretUf Bedoisd Prleeaftoai
ttM Season*
OEIOAea, aCGUBT lira, Utt. yaruy
BABCOCK ac PK£K<
(Buccewors to Wniard. Peek k Oo.)
I 171. BAHDOX.PH.BT. U7l.
I Bak(gU7, KmcwmJ k Wall it,
1 CHAMBER, DININ9 _J ROOM AND COMMON
riBNITtSI
In Great Tarletv.
WOOD HKAT AHD GANggATCHAIIfI BlDßTlAlra
iV liullealar sCeetionpaid to Ooentry Ordera. u|
>e Pemlahing An
3 BTQMOVAII
■ BTJEL, HILL, ORANQEHAA.O n
Wholesale Dealest ta
" BOOTB AND BHOE3.
Have taken their Stock to
il 83 Laka Street S3
Gonsrof Wabash A veooe.
We are now receiving wßpring Stock, and with to
ereaMd faetUtlas fbr delog Msesi, ve ahaU always have
oar stock oomslete-shah keep work, and sen
lowto aajb.aad prompt
lillcttte jptttunst a nft,
1 200
Insurance.
gTATEMSXT OF THE CONDITION
—SP TD
Cofflmereial Metoal Insurance
COMPAN"?, a.
OF OHIO. L
On the Flrat Day ofFebrnarf, 1859. %.
tode to the Aud'lor of Public Acconnte of-the State ef
Ellnola. porsoaat to the Statute of that State entitled *■
AaActto B«gniate the oflnsoranee Com*
panles. not Incorporate! by the Sate of Illinois." an.
proved Pebroary ltth, 1455.
fin t—The name of tbe Oom?arv Is. "Oommerdal if a
taal Insaraooe Oomoany," aaals at Cleveland.
State of uhl*.
Seccnd—Rie amoast of Its authorised capi
tal is taoo,ccooo
Third— amoant of Its capital oald op Is.. 10Q.0Q0.oj
Pi<ortA—Tbe assets of the coopany aie:
Caseonhind. 37,83 AM
dne tbe Comp*ny secured by mortrtge
on B<al Esisie s.t«*tea In tho Coutty of
u Cuyahoga, Ohio 51,08181
Deb'sotherwis* secured as per vouchers
comttacying:
104SharesCleveltnd.Co!iimbus.Sd TToe ' M*ktval.
riLcionau ij a. Oomsany tlCLtiO *2,£ao
59 SaaresCleveiand- Painesvilie and
Aahtabu! i Rallroid Company.... 3L960 A 540
100 Sharea Bank of Comm rce, Cieve- •.
land. Ohio &OCO (im
C 8 ebartiCleveland Iron MtnhgCo. a 1,434
i&i Shares Northern iransporutloa „
Company...... 3ao« HOOO *
ic.au.oo r
Bills «*eelvahle ftr premlnms. BLfllftn
All other kcqiUlu.<..„ 3u.(*L£4
LTABILITIE3. 1L*354J1
FJ\b—The amount of a iblUUes duf or sot due to oi
Banks or others, beiog biUnce of accounts....lLSSm qi
rnatii—Losses adjosted ?nd doe none (J
S'venth—• o«ersadiusted and not due... rone pi
*l*hth—LosKsnotadiostai estimated <543,00 «
Ninth—l oases in susoenie awaiting b
prcst indudea hi ia?t Item. tl
Tenth -No ether dales ag*mt the company. a
«5a.73 m
. _ JTBOEI.LANPOU3. n
Bevenlh—The greatest aauon: insured in any one tl
Is Tea Thou*«nd Dollars, referring to Uanne Rises, h
Tbe largesi Fsi Bisk is five thousand Doll tt. n
Twel tb-rbeaeiust am oat all wtd by the rules of a
the Company to be insured In any one dty, town or ei
vll'age, no ru.*? oo tl e subject
Tblrttenth— »h«f ere«te«t smoontalV*wed tobelnsured A
is oce Black is five Tnoosa d D hilars. e
Po -rteenth—'lhe act of lncorpgratlca is on file In your s
office. f<
Brm or Oma CrriHooa Cocstt—S3. iz
M. B. dcott Preswent and ueo. A. "Ted^e,Secretary, b
of tbe Commercial Mutual Inrarance Company, to ae
personally aaown. being severally awern. depose aod
aay. that the foregolnc is atru-.full and eortcCtstate
mentofthe aSairs of said th«t tl,e sail Iq
turaaceCojitaoyis thebona-flieowoero'at lee»tOoe
Hundred thousand Dollars or cash cipltal tnvetted in
Stocks anc Bonds of at le<st par va!u& or In Mortgage* \
oa unineombertd Re«l Istste. worth at least doab-e the A
amount for which the sameismortca*ej; that the above
described investments. B"r aay part thereof are made r-.
for <he benefit of an» lotlvidoil exercising antbor.ty in o
the management or e«id Oompaay. e taer u f rnlden «
Secr'tary. Treasure*. wrec'<or crotnerwise; that the
mortgages above uescribe - biveoot been assigned, nar C
in any manner re.e*s< d or tmpslred by said compan*.
and mat they are the afr>ve offl'ers otaald
Company. 5L B. r»0 -Tr. President
QfiU. A. TUDALE. Secretary.
Subscribed and sworn to before me th s Sid day of
Pebruary. 1859. In testimony wnerrof I nave hereunto
aabtcxibedmynamea&dant*ed my notorial reaC
W. 11. HUNTINGTON.
Notary Pob is for said County.
Know all men by these presents that the Commerdal
Mutual Icsurance Oomo toy ol Cleveland, Ohio, do here* T>
by authorise Geo. H. Oibson. of Otlcago. liUnels. to ac- 1
c-pt aod acknowledge service of all proce»s. whether
metne or fin%L for and In behalf of sail Company in any *
action or against sail Company,ani 1; U J
herecy admitted and agreed that sucn service of the pro
cenaioreeald rha 1 betaken acd held to be as vaJld and
fuffldrntin tnat behalt the iami astf served epoa said £
Company, according to the law«ofihe State of Jliinoli,
or any other and all daiTS or tight of error br
rassn of such service is hereby expre.sly waived and
re^nqolahed.
In testimony whereof the »atd Commerdal Hutual In>
snranceCompanyh«vetausedthclrieal to be here onto
affixed, and the same to be signed by the President and
Benetary of said Company this Sid day o* f«bra ry,
1839. „ M. o. 80OTI. President
UEo. A. Tosixje, Secretary. ■,
[oatccrxL,]
Certificate to Expire on the aist day of January. ISM,
AcDiToa's urnj*. Ararc nr liLraoa,?
tfpriafcfled. February 3!th. leo9. ) .
Wherea*, The Commercial insoranc* Ocmpsny. Io- (
cated at Cleveland, in 'he et%»e of Ohio, has filed m this ik
office a statement of the condition of i s aff«irs. as re- o
qclred by ** An Act to regu ate tbe Agendas of Insurance c
Companies sot Incerporatel by the fita.e of Illinois," tl
approved Febrnwy 14th. aa i an Act amendatory
thereto, aporovid Janoary £1 W*: a'd. wherew, aald a
Compsnynaa ftmusbed satisfactory e*ldence that U is
posseuvd of tbe required amount of
stocks and mortgage* and bis filed mtblaoSce a wriw
ten ins'rument signed by th« Pre , idcnt ard Secretary
thrreo& arpolnting tieorxe H Gibson, of Chicago, its
Agent for the transaction of the buslnrss or said Com*
pasy, aod fully and unres-rvedly sutcorslng bim to
acknowledge service of process for and on behalf of said
Cospany. consentlog that service of proens upon bltn,
the said Axent shall be taken and held to be as valid as
if served ujton the company, and waiving all daiut of
1 error by riason ofsucb ierr!r«.
Now therefore, in pursuance of the provisions of the
1 Act aforesaid. 1, Jeue h, Uubota Auditor of Pcbl?c
, Accouots o< the of Illinois, do hereby certify that
I the aa:d George H G>bson!s authorized as an Agent for
the said Company, to transact tbe bu>ines< of Icsurance
Ila his State, until the thirty first day nf January, in tbe 1
1 year eighteen hundred and six y. so far as he may be ]
legally empowered so t3 do t>v said Comr-any.
in testlm >ny wbereef. I have hereunto snbtcribed
my name, and atixed the Beal of my oSce, at
tH>thufie:d tbfs2*ihdayoffebruary,A. D.lt£9.
JKdSB K DUBOIi AndliorP. A. ,
Agant'a Office, No. 8 Pomeroys Building, <
tuhlO-lm c 415 CCP-fiTA I R3J (
XXTSTJJR-AOSrCE,
Mason St Company, Agents, !
l
DOLE'S BUILDING, CHICAGO. j
STATEMENT OP .HE CONDITION OF ]
n the MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO ,
Tork, on the Ist day of January, 1859. as made to th)
Auditor of Public AwunU of the Stats of Illinois, pur»
suaat to the statute of that t>tate. _ ...
Tbe name of the Company is ** The Mutual Lit- Inn
rancJ Company.** and iocat -d in the dt7 ol New Tort.
ASSETS,
L The amount of cash cn jand 1178,000 14
2. .. .. In handsof Aaents. estimated.. 3\OUOU>
S. Heal Estate, cnlncumoere •, c-st M.737 OS
A Debase tne Co . securel by lit Id&s on
real estates, valued at twlee the amount
loaned 4J8.459 34
C. Debts otherwise secure 1.. Nonet. i
i. Debt* due from premloms. (taite no preml- i
am notes) Nose, |
7. All other securitiee-bonds given by sgeats
to secure our lusds M.SOO 00 i
T«? ABILITIES.
Losses adjusted and not due 6VOO 00
"unauosted. 8.000 00
The greatest amount insured ic ary one risk. IKOOO.
The greatest amount loured in any one risk In ulty.
Town, Village, or B1 jck—as much as the people will pay
for.
(oaronriz.)
Certificate to Enlrs on tne 3i*t day of January. IS®.
An*IVOR'S "rrrcs. Srara or ItLtv>i«,>
Springfield, Pebreary Ist 1969. 5
Whereas, tbe Mutual Life Invurance Ooopar v. located
at New York, in the State of New York, baa fi'ed in tula
ofiice a statement of the condition of Its affairs, ss re
eulre i bv "An Actio ret late the Aaendes of Insurance
Companies not Incorporated by the fctate of U1 nols,"
aouoveii February 11 IS3o. and an Act amendatory
tberet >. approved January 19o": and, whereas, eald
Company has fmuUhej sitls'actory evidence that it is
possessed of the repaired amount or capital Invested In
stocks and mortgages, and aasfiled in thiacfflce a wnU«
lnstra'rec.t sUned by tbe and Secretary there
-or. a. f. Mason, of Chicago. Its a.ent for the
transaction of the basnets of aald Company, and fully
and unreservedly authorising him to acknowledge ser
vice or process for and on b«nair of said Companr. con
aentint that service of p< oce s upon him, the said Agent
shall be taken and heldto beaa valid as If served upon
tne Company, and waiving all claim of efror by reason
of such service.
Now. therefore. In pursuance of the provisions o tbe
Act a'oresild 1. Jesse S. Uulxls. Auiiior of Public Ac
counts of the Hoe of IUIqoU do herebv eettifr that i be
sadß. t. -r;asoniiauthorised as an Asent fcr tbe said
Company to transact the tudLesS of Insurance in this
B-ate. u- til the thirty first day of January, in the se*r
eighteen hundred and sixty, so far as he may be legally
emoowereaeatodobysaldpoujpary.
In testimony whe r «t I have nereufito fubscrlbed
my name and sfllxed thesealof my offioe at
Nnrloldleld, tils first d«y of fedruary, A D.
189. J£cSK K- DUBOIS, AaoUor P. A.
Please notice the following Companies:
MCTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Of New Tori.
SUN MUTUAL iIAhINE INS. COMPANY,
Of New York.
CONTINENTAL INSURANCE COMPANY,
Of New Tork.
NORTH AMERICAN INS. COMPANY,
Of New York.
SECURITY INSCELAXCfi COMPANY,
Of New York.
GOODHUE KSCKANCE CO3CPANY,
Of New Tork*
NEW WORLD INSCRiKOB COMPANY
Of New Tort
MERCANTILE INSURANCE COMPANY,
ot He* York.
STATE FIRE INSURANCE COMPANT,
Of Ne« Haven.
Capt. J. Dorebe«ter« Inspectors
la Office <yi >*onth Water-<t, Chicago.
I STATE AOTHOEITT
OBOXOB lit OX.ASS XKimtAMOB
—-fir th*—>
I
InorponM 1819—CkmztaT P*rp«aal.
' CASH CAPITAL SI,OW,OW,
Uhaolxde and Caimpared 1
Wltb a Sorpltu of 9666,140 10«
And the prestige of 3P years stxeee« and enerlcnoe.
■ The Capital alone bdng double that el any nre Isn«
la theuolWd Bates,
A2ER& SVLT I*. .
. Ossh on hand and deposited in Hartftrd t
\
i Cash In transit and Agent* 1 hand 5....... 144,719 01
o.aTreasuryNote£apereenttnterest .J-WS
l«6Btate Bonds.
Money due the o*tnu}. eecsred by merV
>sfttaie"unlncuabered.. fid, 383 a
BUis recdvahla.
tuaxatvaura,
_ ICionda. AT,ani 18»eent latere*anno
■ au« 161*0 00
l«r share* BLallmad aSCO
M shares Connecticut Klver Co. Stock.... IJBO 00
U titara Stafford Bank Stock IMO 00
H share* Waterbory Bank Moek Aao 00
N shares Providence Bank Mock. L37> 00
LM shares Hartford Bank stock 230,113 H
1.90 shares New Tork Bank ftoek. 1A740 00
L 15 shares yerveyClty Ban* Stock. LMOH
10U shares O. §T Tnirt Co. New Tork Stock. LUOO 0B
; U0 shares New Tork. L. L and Tnat Com.
naay Stock. K750 00
U SLMID IB
1 TOTAL LLABUJTUa:
OtMSitlad CUhss noi dae 1108,714 0
bw u< Pnaftli PiU.
1 UPWAHDft OT KUOOO.OOO of low. turn bra
j psld by the Ana Inasranoe Oetnpany in the past w
■ K nm
! 1 Fire and inland Navigation.
Slaks accepted at tenia consistent with solvency ac 4
erofit
i axeUl attention given to Insaraneeef Dwellings aai
Ooatente for terms df of one or five years.
Organised oa a IYATIO9A& bads, with aeendee la
lhe principal eltlee and towaa Cash transactions, free
ttenthe ohieetions ofth) credit systexa.
made to any duly authorised Agent procstly attended
« to. ByetrtctaUentlonto a legitimate izweranee basin ee
•* tQs Company is enabled to offer kitti IndeaeUy for the
peat and eecurtty for the future.
. pobdesiseoed without delay by aay of Ha duly sathor.
, tod Agents.
□ kaach OSee 171 Tine street, CtarlnnatL
sMsndsd to with aad fliirlUt fll
J. K BJUlil'i, Staml Arut.
3 I xnuuu> AHtnm.Aoßa cuaw.' -
| w. b. rrtas. tuu mjou
XNSCTBANCE.
Moaon * Company, A&enta,
DOLHTS BU2X9ZH9, OKZOAOO. J.
QTATEMENT OF THE COXDITIOX 07
of the COSTDLCfTAt. INS. CO.. on the lit day of
Jaoury, ÜBl wade to the Auditor of Pobilo Aceooats
t>t tbe Mate of mind* par*oaat to the Milium of thai
State:
L lhe aazae of the Obmpaay la ** tta CoatlMctal loss*
ranoe Comtiaoy," tad located la tka city of few
York.
3. Tbe anoast oiLla capital stock 1a........ M 00
3 paidnpls.... btfi.OuQ 00
4. ASSETS. II
UCashoabaadtndla tha at. Nicholas B"t. M If
3. Heal JCsiate None. "
8. Boads andgtockaowned by the Oo &913 50
4. Debts doe the Co. seeorea by Mortnra
on Real bUU worth the ant iIIIM _
kaaei. 113L500 OO ]
Same eea&red oa Real Eata'e worth at
least bo per eeat. more thaa amount _
10aned...T7.. 4MJOO 00 CT
k. Xeaos on CoUateraL fcLOUOOJ
Debudaeforpmolasa. 5.9d8© »_
9. All othereecnrUlra. ......... 18,tf73 &0 j.
Total Assets of tbe Co *£&£&» "
LZABHJ7ZSS.
Losaes anadfosted 1.U3 CO
... tases»ease wiitln* farther proof. 7.M< ttt a*.
AS other daliaa solas, the oompany 9.370* -
Tola'. Liabilities tlSftTll IS
TbeKreatestaaoaatlanredlaaayone risk is limited l(iJ
by the Uws or the State of .tew Toxk to 1-J per eeat. upon Am
\i» capital, **
No rale is to asotmt to be Injured la oaa Qty, Town, 30
Tlllaca or Bjjck.
(OKQmJU) /?«
Certifleato to Ezalr* oa the B<st day of Jaaoarr, 18S0
Arsrroa'a Omca, Srivaor lujaois,)
Bprlavidd. fab. 12. I*4l. {
Wbereaa. the Continental lasoraace Company located
at New York, la toe B<*le of New York, haa lied la thla Lla
ofllce a itatemcat of the coedlt oa ol Ita affUrj, as ro>
quired by **Aa Acttoreiratate the Anade* oflaaaraoce
CoaxsaoTes not incorporated by the State of llUaols." ao.
proved Febniar7l*. la-5. aad aa Act amendatory thereto o r
apptoved lacaarv -A 11&7; aad. wtereaa aald eomsaay tk«
bas foxalabed aatlsfactory evidence that It la soasessed of xh.
the reqalred ameast of cspltal lavested la stocks and iVv
mortcacea. and haa filed In thiaoflce a written irsuame?t
iica«d by Jie pre&dentaad . ec'yUieseoC appolaUcs Ma ,i
soaACj..ofChlCAgo.lta«geatsiortraa»actioaofthebail* i«
ne«s oi ta!d 00~ aad follv aod Qareserved'y antLorlalac --t
them to ac. ao«lecKe aertlce of proceiafor aad oa be* wT,
ba-f of cj'sentlocthat service of process
up:n tbeta. the aald ac?ct\ iha : i be taken and bHd to be g
aa valid as If serve J apoa the i.' mpaay. aad walvuu all B A
claim of error by reaaoa of sacb «rvlce. □
Now, therefore Laponatace of the piovUlotb of tbe
Act afomkld, I Jeue K Cabola. Aodltar of f*ahllo Ao- J
ccoata of tl>e State of U.laola. do hereby certify tha* tbe
sud MascaAvo.of Colcaio. are aothoriaedaaAeesta
for the said Coapaay to transut the baalaess of lasa-
la this Staie oatl! tfiettlrty-flrrtda* of Jaaaary. a
la the year eUbteea ha :d* e-i aad alxty. ao far sa b# may f
be lecaliy emoowtred so tu d? by said ComaaLj.
late>t-moay »t«wf I hare bereaato
my cam i*. and affixed the aeaiof my office, at
Spnaafleld. •hia'weltth nay of February. A. D. I PI
U59. JkSSfi4.DCBUIi Aodlter p. A. I
typieaseactlcethe followlct Compaales: I ,
HUT UAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPA2TT, I
OfStwYort. I _ .
SUN MBT¥AL iIASI>'E INS. COMPANY, OJ
OtNtrTort | ,
CONTINENTAL INSURANCE COJa'ANT, I i
O. MmrTort I U
WORTH AMERICAN INS. COMPANY, I
Of New York. I 0.!
SECURITY INSURANCE COMPANY, I
Of New York. I C(
GOODHUE INSURANCE COMPANY, I
Of New York. 1 r-B
NEW WORLD INSURANCI COMPANY I J
Ot JM Tort I «
JIBRCANTILE INSURANCE COMPANY, I J
Of New York. I
STATE FIRE INSURANCE COMI'ANY, I
' I the
Of New Havea. I pie
Capt« J. Dorcheater, Inspector, I
feg c3CS Ira Ofllce 150 Sooth Chicago I
j £j
Mason & Company, Aleuts. I j
DOLE'S BUILDIDG, CHICAGO. I P
QTATEMENT OF IHE CONDITION OF I
the State Pre Insurance Company, oathe Sl*t day I CJ
of December, laidk m«de to the Aadltor of Pabllo A*. I w ft
coaotsof thedtatoof UlUois. psriuaotto the Stalateof I XM
thatfltate: I atl
1. Tbeaameof theCompanyialhe "Stateptre Injor- I aa
ance Company." and located «l new Haven. Conn. I
X The amaoatof Ita capital stock la £M>ifcJo I
i. "• paid op la IXO.IOO. | !,<
ASSETS. j
t. Cash oa kaad aad lahaa-Js of Agent*.... #1131031 I
1 R'-a' Satate oalacambersd 13.P00 00 I ];
3. Bonds owned br the Company 24.125 00 I
4. Debts d-e the Company, secured by mart* I m
intfea on real ettate 113,000 00 I |
5. Bank Mocks and other Stocks oward by I
theComsaay 45.£3 00 I
6. Debtsdae for Premlams. I
7. All other Securities 10.173 00 I
Total AsseU of tbe Company 1133.22095 I Ac
LIABILITIES. I
Losres adia*ted aad aotdae *3,600 1
Losses anadjosted...., 139 I
Total Liabilities. 03.738 I
Thssreatestamooat laiared !a aay one ri5k.45.000, |
No rale be lasared la aav ane cltv. I
towa, village or block la tbe actof lacorporatloa of ula I
Compaay. I <
(oarocriL.) I
Certificate to Crp rs oa the Jlst diy of Jaaaary, 134) I «i
Aciirroa's Ornsi, Frin or lujuoa.) I
ffuariELO. Feb 16.) I
Whereas. The Stale Fire losuraace Company, located I
at New Uaveo, lathes ate of CoanectlcaL. has filed la I •
this office a s atement of tbe ooaoltloa of Ita aJTalra. as I
repaired by "Aa Acttoreaolate the Aseactea «f lasor. I
ance Companies not Ineurporated by the state of lUU I
nols." approved February 1t.1a6». aad aa Act atcendv I
tory thereto, aoprovtd January A 1557; a-.d. whereas. 1
i aid Compaay baa furalsaed satisfactory evldrooe that It I
li potaesied of the reqalred amount of capital tnvetled 1 u
ta stocks aad m-irUa ea. and baa filed ta this office a I
wrlttea ImtrcmenU alxne-1 by t'le President and 6crre~ |
t«7 tbr o. at<pulatiaj| Rush Frlabee Maa.n.of Chlraco. I jj
Its j)f«Qt. for tue transaction of the business of aald Com* I
pany.a d ftiL'y and a*uesetve<ily autriorlxln* him to aek- I
nowvtdße service of process for aaJ oa behalf of saul I
Oooipaay. ronscntla* that aerrlca of pro<e*s upon nlo. I
the Mid A*ect ahal< b.- taken and held to be aa valid aa I ..
If served up a tbeC mpaay. aad wulvbc sll claim of er> I
rorby reason of sachservire. , , I
Now.thie'ore. In pursuance of toe provisions of the I
Actaforeaald. I. Jesie IC UuthtU /.aultor of HubUo Ac I
coan'sof the State of llllajl*. do hereby certify ibat the I
said KuihFrlsbeeMasja Is authorized as «a A*"nt for I
th-r*l<«Companv. to transact theboslnesi cf Insurance I
la this State, untlthe th'ry-flm day of January, la the I
yeareiabtrea baadredaodalxty, so tar sske may be lo* 1
Itally empowered so todo bysaid Company. I
la testimony whereoC 1 have beieuato sub«cr.bea 1
my name, aad affixed the »eaiof my office, at I
ep'iaffleld.th»sflfieenth da* of February. A. D. I
lAiS. JEiaSIL DOBOLd. Aadltor P. A. I
|yPlease aotlce tbe followta* Oompanies: I C
MUTUAL LIFE EfStJRAXCE COMPANY, I
Of New York. |
StJX MUTUAL MARINE INS. COMPAXY, I
Of New York. I
CONTINENTAL INSURANCE COMPANY, I
Of New York. I
'NORTHAMERICAX IX3. COMPAXY, 1 g
Of New York. I
SEOUIiITY INSURANCE COMPAXY, I t
Of New York. I -
GOODHUE INSURANCE COMPAXY, |
Of New York. I .
NEW WORLD INSURANCE C9MFAXY, I l
Of New York. I
MERCANTILE INSURANCE COMPAXY, *
Of New York. I #
STATE FIRE INiURAXCE COMPAXY, I
Of New Havea. I
Capt. J. Dorchester, Inspector* I b
feas-c3ofclmo Office 150 South Water «C ChJcajro. I 0
HTSXJBAIT CE. J
—» j c
Mason & Company, Agents, !
BOLE'S BtJIIDIWQ, OHIOAQa I b
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION 0? 1 .
tbe New World Fire Insurance Cijanaay.oaUie Ist I
day of January. l«9. mvde to the Aodltor of Public Ac- 1 i
cooaU.of the Slate of Ullflols, pursuant to the Btatatea I '
of that Stata: „ (1- 1
Rising
I ASS2TS. I
J. Cash oa hand aad la the Ooatlaeatal .. I ,
Bank •vis H I |
1 Sttl llttl®.." swt, l
S Brtadsowortbr the'Company-. J3.000 00 I .
4. Debts dae tbe Oomptay. seenred by mort- I ,
aHeoare^tt^eL^ I '
5. Debtsctberwisese-urec! L«OW I ,
1 Debts due for PTetaiama. Mw» I j
7. All otber w I ,
TcttlAssetaofUi«Compiny............*233*Bßl74 I
' I
Tha freatestamoant Insured la oae risk. liAOCi. I
No rule astoaaoantto be Insured la aay oaa city. I
Compaay,October 1L j
U». I ,
(OIISDUI.) [
i girrHflnttb to Xxplre oa tbe 3tsl day of Jaaaary. 19® I
Anntoa*sOmc*.arA»o*lmsoia»t I
BMr*Bn«Lo, JaeoaryKlsw. ) I .
Wbereaa. The New World flr« Iflsarmce Company. I (
located at New York, la the State of Sled I ,
lathis offlcea sutementofxhecotvfiilOßofttaa£taj«.aa I (
requiredoy "Aa actiore#ulate the a«tcies of wsur. I
aaceOo-apaalesoot iacorporated by the oUI ,
aoia." approved February 17. LSi andaa Aet *«roda |
i; sssiiassfifsria srssaars
writt«ilcstrameat.s;cnrt by the Presldwt «od »e««- |
tar» thertot appolntia* R. t. Maaoa aad U. F. Brayton, I
of Chicago, ita A*ta;s. tor the iraasactlaa of the port I
qm of said Gorazany. and fully and unreservedly author- i
lain*them t* aikaowledaoservleeof proceasfor and oa I
benalf of saldCompany.coaseotinatbat asrws ot vr> i
cea upoa. the s*id Aeenta. shailbotaksa aid be'd »obe I
aavaodaslf served apOßihaOoepiay. aad walTlna au I
data of e»rorbyre*son of sachservlce I;
Now. therefore, in pursuance of the protWoas of taa I i
Aet afcresald. I Jn** £L Dubois, Auditor of PoNto A> I
, oouata oftheSta'«of Cilaoia. do hereby certify I
* said R. F. Mason aad U. F. Brsjton. ate uMraefl u 1
I
may be Icnaily empowered so to do bf I
In tea laioaywhereoCl have hereanto sobjeribed I
mvaamei, aad affixed the seal of my office, at I
u this daj of Jaanarr, I
t JIOMWt JldSfi K. DCBOIi. Auditor P. A. I
|y Please aodce thefoUowlax Companies; I
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Of New York. I
SDN MUTUAL MARINE INS. COMPANY, I
y Of New York. I
» CONTINENTAL INSURANCE COMPANY, |
J ' Of Sew York. I
n NORTH AMERICAN INS. COMPANY,
* Of New York. 1
g SECURITY INSURANCE COM ANY, I
a Of Hew York. I
£ GOODHUE INSUAANCE COMPANY,
J Of Hi* York. I
» NEW TVORLD INSURANCE COMPANY,
- Of New Tort. |
b MERCANTILE INSURANCE COMPANY, l
Of New York. 1
U STATE FIRE IXSURAX E COMPAXY, j
Of New Hayes. I
3 Capt. J. Dorcbeater, ln«pecCor» j
ftiM lOTliiy* OfficelMfloutb WaiaraC, Chieaao. j
i Ksrtbwestera insuraace Comn'y,
OSWEOO, NEW YORK.
Ohcaivszd OI 18KO
> cntai l JO, ooo—wit* » uncv|«iyijfc
; fTHEPUBLIO ARE RESPECTFULLY IN-.
id X farmed thai Mr. JULIUS WHIT* ,bas been r»-
m tbUOoa»4oi;and la aioae- atborta«l
m to lane aad renew poUdeala Chlcaco. n t. lMni
Mr.WttlTtlsaotbonsedtoadiast sad pas" i®"®*
'■ under oor Pottde. « l^g, r 2 l s?rs*ta"-
S. B. tatf*, Wy« _ . ku Mjnifa
1 aSJEsaTS* Booth moK«. "552J55J5S
PHOENIX
INSUEANCI
OOMP AN"?,
Hartford. Conn.
Si Traldeac;
3. XKLLOQO, Socr«t*ry.
WESTERS BRANCH OFFIC 1 *
OXJVOXJ9MA.TZ.'
M. MAGILL, Greneral
STATEMENT QF ASSETS, JANUARY 8, 18tt.
Kxamlaed aod approved by the Auditors of WUoonita,
lowa. Indiana. Ohio, Illlaola aad rsanessee, la coapl&
•acewtththoLawsot thoso States,
CASH CAPITAL 9300,000 00.
OASH Aasrra. MUM ».
Cash* oahaad aad In bank... 5&.481 11
** due tod from A*ent* 3&174
1 Ift Am New Verk bank stock* H1.639 SO
110# - Hartftmi M - I]lW 00
101 ** other N.E ** M H7'«oo
Arat loaned oaMortrttetofßetl Estate...... sasoo oo
****** Pledm of Ban* -tockJ sWit) 00
30WaterBoads of tbe towa of New Britain.
Coanecticat. 10 500 0*
10 0. P. *L B. E. ttondj. nannleed 7,400 00
Accmnalatott latere* on laveatmsat*. SJfl 00
JUal Kstato owned by tha Company, antacoia
bered. 6.4* 71
Total Aassta. $419.08468
LlaMUtle* bete* unadjusted lease* aod (bow
aotdae $31,343 00
The for*folD**tatemeot presents such * view of tbe
Company's posttioj aa most Impress tbe eoavtctloaon
the mind* of all of tta soirmcy aad health/ conditio a.
Tba axaoost of It* UablliUae is less than Coapaale* do-
In* ao larae and extcislv* a taulacta teacmly show
"do lot* and lanre list of onpald losses," m a set off
artlas* accumulations are seen h«ra.
l& there/or a. you want lasuraaoe to a First-Class Injo.
raace Compaay. ioto the " PiiIBHIX" Ihroosfc ao? of
It* authorised Axenu. and voar appilcatioa will be r«-
ctVtM and buslatae promntly attested to.
la most of the proolaeat towaa and dUw
otVbeCntaa.
BRANCH OfTICTE, Not. St aad3S-WestThlnl.su ©»•
pcdte Temple. «-loclaflvl» 'J.
Aaeota appointed, oorrripobdeaee attended to, loa*sv
adjusted and paid, aad ail Valines of U. 9 Western
Branch attended to »Uh dispatch ao«t fidelity by
w./jTTr i SlAGiLUGeneralAgent.
U. 5L MAGILL, } Ateats aad AdJosMr*,
Habbard 4c Hnnt, Chicago Ag»ta.
Chicago Firemtu'g lasorante €«.
8ffl» S» W» Comer «f Lake ia4CUik-sts*,
UP BTMBR.
OAPiTAZt -------- *200,000.
DISXOTO29.
Thomas Oharch. B. W. Raytaoad, (too. W. Dole.
2. H. Haddock. J. K- EoUloni. Orrtairtoa Loot,
C, B. fanrall. W. & Larrab««, J. X. £dTarda.
THO3US CHUBGH, Frt»U
aBU HOLDXS. Beo*r. - JOB. B. BIOWN. Barvayot
wfl *SB attfely
Commercial Motoal Inauraace Company
of oixvrrr.Ayp, oaio.
qpIIE TEUSTESS OP T&£ ABOVE COM-
X pa&ibaTedeclaredaCuh D<ildvod of tlx U> per
cent oa all the oautaodlog Scrip* paj able oa or after th«
i first of Marea oeit.
Ttjey ba?e alao declared • Dlrldead of fortr-fire
(4o> per «enW oa all the e. a?d di ooiluioa for Uie year
eadinc Janutry tSJv 1&59.. ujable oo ur after the flm
day or Harcc oexi. Parties eobted to participate la
the above by luelr vaa*ement vita the compuy Till
plea»ecallatthcU*(.dice. No. 8 Pomeior's uqiliUlk, lap
»U n.) (tKO. U. GIBd JN. Asenw
Ch'caao. February SSd, ISV<
The abave Comoiay atlll coatlcue to take Marine asd
fTre Rlaka at can tat rateSi Ortlce No. 8, Pomeroy's
SuUdlsCt dobth Water itreeK lap sulraj
GBO. u« GfBsON,
feSi-2w eP4 Aaeat for Chicago. IlHaoU.
PeoridMariue&Firelflsu'nce Co.
or psosia.
| CAPITAL $500,000
Paid Up ill Cash 300,000
suuse m n&E RISKS HDEKWUTTES
Qtt MOST 7A7OSABLX TJCKU3.
Lo—w Promptly A<|JoaCed and Paid at
tlui Axeuey«
J. AUG. WaiQUT. Areat.
]al b9lO ly Booth Water «treeCChleacO.J(
THE I'llOEiNlX LNSUKAiNt'E CO.,
OK TUB CITY OV l-HIOAOO.
143 SontXi Water 8H>1»
Aathortted Capital, | Palil to aodaeeureU. IT\M
aaMaoia« BU*CTQRJ:
J. r. AMrtch. John A. Nicbols
C. C. WtWer, A. X 4 wards,
Illrara D. Smith.
iDriiotr siuictoij:
Wataon Carr. u. 11. Ha*Moß,
C. N. heu<iera<w, Aitun
A. RDWAHDii, frtf«d«oi.
I. i*. WILDBB. Secretary.
<»KO. r. tIAATINds. Oenerai A««ay
LITIS B. BUSDKLI<, i'kty Surveyor.
Ktre, liarlae aa«l lalaud
tell'iSly
NOHTH AMEKIOAN
Fire Insurance Company.
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
PAID UP OAPZTAIt 1300 000.
Insutr acaloat Lou by Kraoalv.
OUB6AAO a HUNT. Ajeati. Chleaxo. corner Lasaila
tni Water nreeta.
NORWICH i'IRS COHPA
ST< of Norwich. Coca.
PAID UP CAPITAL. «175 000.
Vlra. _
HCBBARD A UCJIr. Ajraau. corner of Booth Watcv
Clark stretfta. Jlnt Fii»r. Loomls' Block, octtbjl*
IDings & Cignors.
W. T. SbnfelUt & Co.,
juMOfAorc&xss POV
jt±. m F- CROSKBT,
U - - • - Sontla Water Stmf, ••••n.
(Ootasr of Wahaah AfmaeJ
DlitiUsn of.
ALCOHOL, PURE SPIRITS, ANO HHISXYS,
Also Maaafactarert ot
PunfH Ll4aoi% Banlßf fl«M»
—AJTO—
-OCALXSB DI HiaHWCOa AND BURJTLFILNG COAI.
eF"lhe Trade vassUad at Market 2ai*s oa Llb««
a t/.tna. ao9a4flft»ll
JOHNUNDBRTON AGO.,
Bottlers aad Wboletale Dealers la
BARBIES' DA YTON ALU A.\'D PORTSR,
A tuperior article for Panilly Use. No. 17 LasaUe it.
Post o*<-* Box 2421.
MoAnnroa fetelm* » w. gwpiaao».
/JlO VENDEES AND DEALERS
ALCOHOL, PURE SPIRITS AND WHISKVS.
Parties lath<* above irt'e'ee arodally defrayed
by tae praeiloe of up bwela. P waaata m«
marted op from one to tbree a*l oqsl and ties there,
talles safer* oo tr.diajr l-« la tne courae o the jear.
Wearedetermlnedtoplaro themaaa actye »nd sale of
thew articles oa the same baa's u la Jialnt Loala aad Qln
dasatl. rherefor* hereafter all packages delivered frrta
oor Ulitil'er>ei and Wareooa#e. will he Inatected b» Mr.
T D Ularx. nere«aJuly apoolaied la»pec*or. and his
o*ti6cat osoectloa branded on tbe bead of each
w. t. aucpKixT • ca..
°* Manofactarer for
WM , A. P. CRQgKIT.
plOEfl! E. CONGDOX,
OT Wholesale Dealer la
Boots, Shoes A'Jtubbors,
33 lake 8 treet,
<y w l* of Wabash avenaa. (ao *talia) over Tuttle, Bib*
ban! A Co., Chicago.
The sabscriber havlo* beea eina«ed la the ret *ll 800 l
cud (*hoe trade for a number of y-ars la oihoy also
bavhia beea the Proprietor of the Phliadel j»'Sa Boot aad
5i- r m- be»n* thereby folly cooversaat with the waaja
of¥?« Kstalkß a w«'er» Uito.toe whoietale Trade
with the to coo«nlt themtereU* of all de aler*
who may favor blm wltu tbelr oatrooaae. HeMijjM
h»*tSa<atock offlMt-cljaawora workwclchls offered
1 to Uie trade at lo* prlcea for cash.
;
Oar Wabaah aveaoe. over ToiUe, Hihoari A Co*
feS c3U 3m
: mo BUILDEEd, OffNEES, *fc EOOPEB3
Corrugated Hoofing.
■niia nc* «o cxletulTelj T»c. excU ill oUi«r
tor EooSM.,brtn« mora dorifcl.,
3So«.Sn OtooC ud 'H»
; SSSS. 11 mtMM UK ttt- ot IMUTMO. 10 J
BMctaitn. u well M »ln> of U» tjiJom m*liod. ot
?s£* ts'wtSrA.'isy-
T|l C. SMITH i CO.—
• X i [Law Ncoorr A Ow**a]
Chicago Bra* Poundiy and Coppersaith Worl»
" v nr klnr In Brass aad Copper la all their vaHoaa
n -Wmlm MnoerloteadeoM ICnidaeers aad the pnbllo
; wSSffif toloroSi mat a.fa.l «-»rV
i SfSftirritt&ed Beaa» Wurk. «ol able for looomottve or
1 2S«Mr»KB«Se*-alwayionhand. n a»*do to at
S^aasCaiUatsdoa« toorder. Maooftso
» Rallroadi. tfteamboau, Taonarlea. kc. .
[ consxa o? * AaK O^5A Q , o^ 2auiaTO! ' "Slff"
' a:A lb3. ikaST isinglass,
I ZvU B Bbh Ho« Wsku
I " i 4 caaea Reftaed Borax.
» Cases B»thlna apCKfa,
« BaaaaJd-y
.. »o-«. psnjirM * 00.
fjfe S<TX Bnoth Water street
' / 1 if? iNTEBPSISfi *BX AND BOOK
IT Blli«S«mto4oao«Ubl«s«Ter^tboosMd
■ fl. ijg
, fejs _ •*
ClStilNS BiaDS IOS a-t- Lg .rr
ALBMCHT^
few m aogtb Clark area*.
IJDTTKK.—3,OOO POBNDB KOU< BDT
oowndmTWg;
pASTET Jl-ora-soa 0^ on -
f ' n AT MBAL.-ANOTgEaI.OI JHUM
r\ry HI. CHX3T3 TOUNS HTSON,
mnuL asto moinu ,
i- o^'i£S2J^—
ft —
"i
- gOO'SSfW&SSf^
da BXS. SCALED AND No. 1 HXK-
S OUy*«iM' w " , 'itn(lLMlM»l»
£ll _njw wok iroji SALK ai
2150 m»ou* ««*«°-

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