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CHICAGO DAILY PRESS AND TRIBUNE.
VOLUHE XII.
PRESS AS I) TRIBUNE.
WEDNESDAY HOEHTHQ, K&BCH 16, 1859.
iipUBIIC&V NOMINATIONS.
Judicial Eloctlou—Tuesday, April 5.
For f>f the Suj.'Crior Court—
VAN H. ItIGGINS,
GRANT GOODRICH.
For Deputy Clerks of the Superior Court—
CASPAR BUTZ,
C. B. UAWLEY.
The New City Administration.
The newly elected .Major. Aldermen and
other oily officers are io l»e itduclcd Into
office this afternoon, Pledged to an efficient
and economic administration ' y tbc platform
ou which tbey bave accepted office, tbqy will
cnler upon their Katies -with grave responsi
bilities resting upon them and, we doulit not,
with a fieUlod purpose or making goad all
their pledges. This much is expected of them
—with anything less, the i*op!c who
elected tlicm will not be &itibiicd. This
jjuinul will hold the adailutstratlon to a
alriet dUcharge of all itf ptadges in behalf
of retrenchment in the expenses of the oily
g»"A*ercintnt j and it will co-operate with tbe
admir.istratiuu, with whatever ability and in
llucDCe ii can bring to bear, in cany 105 out
ail mature* looking to that eud. Tlie city
c m afT.-rd to have no official drones fastened
upon it for suppurL It cannot afford to em
ploy one man to discharge the duties *lmcli
rightfully belong to another. Kor can it af
ford to have iuccmpctcnt or dishonest men
iidra&ecd lo responsible posts ia its govern
ment. Suitable regard .ought also to be
had to the character or the K-rvlccs ren"
dered, aod to the value
of money vud in pr«riou& yeara, in
deteriniciug tla? compensation ot officers. The
f alaries of mauy of cur city officers are large,
out of all proportion, judged by this iule, and
should without delay be re-snc« d to reason
able amount?. Tic people confidently expect
this s-übject will be amoog the first to com
mand the atteation of the incoming admiijis
tration* uud this ieaeonabh* expi;clatiou we
do not believe villbc disappointed. Wehave
every confidence that both, the Mayor and the
Republican Aldermen will make good their
pledges by salutary reform. whtsie reform is
needed, and by retrenchment in the public
expenditure* at every poiut where wisdom
hnd true economy seem to demand it. En
tcriug npou the duties of the year with such
a purpose, the new administration' has it in
its power-to render Itscll memorable aud a
model woithy ibe imitation of all which
may cou:e after iu
Chicago l'roduce Markets.
The condition of the roads in the couutiy dar
ing the past two weeks has tendered it impossible
lor farmers to haul tteir prcdacoto the depu's,asd
our xetdpla of grain Lave J'ailcn off very materi
ally iu consequence, aud when jiljccd ulong-tf e
the receipts duriug the same period last jcar.ap
pojr iiwi-juincaut. The :ollowiug arc tbs reccljitd
of Floor and Gn<in during tie patt tvctk.uiid
tho.se daiiug thu corrc?ponding M*eek in IS OS:
V'eet euf'fnz Werlt eocfog
Mtrcu. U, 18a*. lUrch 13.1-M.
Konr. bhla s.ivy ioc;«7
wfieat, Lus 55.H61
Corn, •• , »i.7t54 ].'• .'-Si
Data, " J1 29* ISioti
Rye, " , 6» 2-M)
Barter, ** 2.225 6.00J
Equivalent in bushel 1 .i!ASJ2 232,403
Tne total receipts of Grain and Flour btnee
the Ist of January compare with the receipts
daring the same period last year as follows:
1659 1-58.
Plour.bMs SB.I-"? S«3.4i§
Wheat. i>u L&U.-J23
Core, tu. trlfHU
Data, bu 77.WW MXtt
JtyeJu tU6B
Uar.ey.bu 4t>ui4 Cl.tCO
EQalraliniinbuslnJa 1,091.439 5.071419
The Grain aad Flour in store on Saturday
last, compare with the amount in store at the
correspocding.date in 1858, as follows:
Much 12.18% M'ch 13, 'SB.
Doer. bb> 3J,0"4J dOO'y
Wheal, Spring. bo 3 '.<.224 14j"\5u;
.. &Ed winter, bu 7.f00
Hblle, bu lU.-H SUS
Oom. bo :3Ua3 15,(J10
«>a"B bu JSJ.i.Vi 57.61
Rye. bu 17V 340
lUrlejr. ba 61,a5J
EQalTal»tl3buih<la 943.543
By a notice in another cointnn it will be found
that lhe Siruitsare open. This is about three
weeks earlier than laet rear, and abaut two
xnonthb earlier than in 1557. Daring the past
week we bave had several arrivals by Lake from
the lumber regions. Prepiratioas are going on
fit this port in fittiog out vessels to go beluw—
out ecbooner, the Hagh Barclay, to g3 to Liver
pool, with a cargo of staves.
The tircadstutfc markets daring the past week
bare been inactive—principally on account of
the light receipts. Uadcragjod demand, Flour
Advanced [email protected] la Wheat there has not
been so mnch bnoyaney, and the markot closes
about 2c lower than the figures which ruled a
week ago. Corn, hovrever, has been very firm,
end there is qaite a speculative inqairy with re
gard to it. The Illinois and slichiean Canal
opens on the 17ih, and it is expected that dar
ing the hrst week of the opening the receipts of
Corn will be largb. One boat toad was sold yes
terday to arrive, at 74: f. o. b. The first boat
load sold at the opening of the Canal last year
only brought SSo—little mere than one-half the
precent price. The large amount ot Oats in
store has rendered tbe market heavy. Daring
the wrck, 5.700 bushels were received from
Milwaukee by Lake. Barley is also dnlL
The l'roviaioa market has been almost entire
lp ntg'.ccled, and prices tend downward. Ko
thing doicg ;q lurd. Timothy seed bus bden in
.good demabd, and prices are firmer. A large
sale—Boo bu«bels, brought here las', week from
Sheboygan Luke, —WoB made at
$1.1)5, free ct storage till April 1. There is no
demand for Clover Seed.
Oar Utah Correspondence*
We print this morning tbe first of an expect
ed series o» letters from an intelligent and ca
pable correipocdent in the Valley of tbe Great
Halt L*ke. His to this paper
will avoid, m far as may b?, tbe mere details of
the army movements; tbey wilt be devoted to
an exposition ot Uormocism as it is - its ctfrct
upon those who profees it as their religions
faith—its fruitp, moral, social, physical and reli
gion*, as observed by one who is in position to
«ee what tbe evil tree brings forth. We ask for
the iifst letter tbe attention which it demands.
Couucil lilutfe Nonpareil.
Chai. E. Frovost, tor come time and until
lately, a job printer in this office, has became a
partner in tne Council Bluff* A'onpareil— one of
toe beat of oar Western exchanges. Mr. P. is
a capital worxman, and will prove a valuable
acquisition to tbe Nonpareil Within tbe last
three years tbiß offic- has furnished from its
employees, tditors and publishers for more than
* score of Western papers, and foremen to as
many more. The l'atss axo Tbidcke establisn*
ment is a printer'e college, which every year
graduates and sendsfortb a class of young men
thoroughly instructed in the profession, in all
of its branches.
The Straits Free of lcc«
Capt. <S. JL Gibson, ;of this city, received a
Setter from Grand Traverse Bay, un
der date of Harth £, which contains the follow*
ing: —" We bave so ice here, and there is nons
in t)u Sirailt, a vessel conld come here as well
jus in summer."
JLiist year the first vessel went through tbe :
Blraite cbout tbe Ssih of March; but the Straits !
had beea free of ice about u week previous to
£fc«t6al£.
fitvd ob Uie Treasury of California*
Uftcxa tbe X. V. gTOxng Por.l
In th s ° r the State debt of Cnlifomia
several ) '*****&'* a appears to have been
cnmmiLted whisb inuocent parties sre now
Bondi, known m tbe old hwue,
wer/iwued in f or warrauta that bad
Tn»«uici'» tffioe; tbese
lwud« wereconv.'* ,4 f I,st 3ear tolOßCwbiudi;
aSd ibc lu "now 10 ™ on
Uiern, and in turn tu.* wko preMultd
the warrants. ~. • " . ...
The principle iiivolveu j® ,„ n^' , a - D , w , l
be looked for with Interest
the owners that the State
tihoald miter, inasmuch a* il rIL"
bycaieletoneas on the part w^S^or
rer; atd that, moreover, no not " * gwea 01
the theft of the narrunU.
Mot Arrived*
SL Jomrs, Mtrch 15.
The steamer Prince Albert from N- V., on th®
Sd« init>} has not yet arrived. Weather clear.
Enterprise of Chicago Merchants and
i Hcchauics*
We made come remarks yesterday, in regard
to the lack of enleiprife shown by tho bu&ioess
men ot Chicago in securing a ehero of the fur
nishing of outfits fcr the gold mines. An in
stance has come to our kuoa ledge tii:c2 that arti
cle appeared, that illustrates what westrted. A
citizen of one of the towns on the Roid
—Sterling, if we recollect right— tliiiugh
Chicago lost week, and went down to Si. Loo is
to buy a portable engine ond a f-tm-miil. ,He
effected the purchase, some $2,000 or tno're,
and cid&rcd tbe articlta fozw-rccd to St. Jo
seph, Mo., where he will place them on wagone,
also bought in S l . Louts, and haul them to the
mines. He was in the city yc*>terdty, and eaw
the artiole in our paper. He said to a iriend of
ours, that be purchased in Louis, bicause he
did not know that svdi machinery \eaa for tale in
Chicioo. He was taken to some of our manu
facturers and shown saw miiis and poriubls en
gines, and wagons, eqaal in quality to what he
bought in St Louis, and considerably chespcr.
He now sees his miauke; but wbo ifl bL:r.e,
the purchessr that went out cf tbe State, and
paid more than Chicago prices for his machine
ry, or those in the city having the articles for
sale, wbo bid their light under a bushel, end
thus lost a customer ?
And here we will whisper a word privately in
the ear of Chicago wholesalers and manufac
turers. The merchants and mechanics of SL
Louis advertise fire times as liberally es the
same class do in Chicago. In this cily, busiuess
men depend upon the location and natural ad
vantages of the pl&co to secure them customers.
In SL Louis, they rely on their own efforts and
enterprise to attract customers, and we see the
result. It is as msny mileß by river lrom St.
Louis to Kansas City or Leavenworth, as it is
from Chicago to St. Joseph by rail. The dis
tance is made in half the time by tbe Chicago
route. This paper hus certainly done its doty
in making that route generally and widely
known, bat Chicego merchants hove falien far
short of St. Louis enterprise in miking
public tbeir wares. Bat then Chicago deal,
era havo- the satisfaction of knowing
that if they have Io«t sales to the amouuiof U-lh
ot tbouKauds, they have t-nved huudrcds of dUlars
that it would bave cost to advertise them—if they
have l<;s! the dollar* they have tavod the pennies.
In SL Louis, not une manufacturer or whole
saler* in ten neglects to advertise largely and con.
tinually, hard times as well as easy; while in
Chicago, not one in ten cf tbe corrcHpou'iiug class
deign to employ tbc columns of the daily papiri
of tbe city, to make known to tbc people of the
North West the commodities they have fur sale.
" Aa you plant, so you shall reap.
aiic SIO,OOO Billiard Match.
Utrioß, Ma*cli Uth.
Editorj rrejg andTtibuse:
A great deal of talk is now made in our sport
ing circle?, doubtless extending to your owe,
conoerniog tbe great approaching billiard match
between tbe champion billiard players, Phelan
and Serreiter, soon to como off in this city.
It is to bo a carom game, played upon a table
with Pbelan's combination cushion, which has
tbe patented peculiarity of SG lineal inohea more
cushion, owing to tho peculiar curves of the
jaws of the pockets. Tne match is made two
thousand points, for SIO,OOO, five thousand dol
lars a side. It will bo played on Tuesday even
ing, April 12th, and bids fair to be one of the
mcst marked and exciting sporting events cf
the season.
Pit el an iB an Irishman by birth, a jeweller by
trade and a billiard player by chcicc, aided in
the latter by auch natural traits perfected by
training ta have given him worldwide renown
as s champion player.
He has won laurels and something moro mate
rial in successful matches in this country, and
Europe, and has never been beaten. Besides
being a player be has added to tbe literature and
text books of tbe game of billiards, treatues of
epproved morit, besides being the patentee of
aix distinct improvements in the mechanics of .
the game.
Pne?au has vanquished the champion player of
France in tbe Three Ball Carom game, and claims
lo be the Billiard Champion ot the World. It is
accepting this challenge, and the $5,000 Htake wMi
which it is backed, that John Serreitcr of this
city is brought forward by wbo believe bu
can, aod are prepared to stehirajjeat Phelau-
Serrciler, olbunvite known as " Dutch lluus,- ? has
been brought up to billiards as some men are bum
and bred among hor-cs.
His only Jam els area match of SI,OOO won in a
match with Btrney Cr>>tal,tf iJew York, played
" boms and home," half in New Yotfe and half in
Detroit, Seitviter being tho victor, making a mn
of one hundred aud tweuty, tie largest ever made
in a match game or billiards. I mention these
tacts to let yc»u know who are to be the contest
ants of the prlzi ot SIO,OOO and the Cliatupiub
ship.
The regulations for the match re-ir'.ct the num
ber present to fitly, though the cuUide attend
ance will include a in;ie!i lar-jcr number. Cue.
Chicago Hoard of Trade and the Hock
Islaud Uridgc*
The Davenport GautU copies the suggestion
contained in this paper a few days ago as to the
duty of the Chicago Board of Trade in view of
the efforts whicb tbe St. Louis Chamber of
Commerce is making tor tbe destruction of the
Rock Island Bridge, aad remarks as follows:
That iff the spirit which we have been watting
a long time to see exhibited io Cnicago, and
the emphatic language in which we wanted to
see it uttered. We h«ve several times b->en on
tbe point of calling tho attcnli.-n ol the people
or press of Chicago to the fact, that while SL
Louis, through purely seltidh motives, has been
6/euding thousands ot dollars and exhibiting
remarkable energy to destroy a great publio
improvement, because it Ukes away trade from
her, Chicago, as much interested In preserving
this bridg« aa SL Louis is in destroying it, hat
literally done nothing for the protection of this
*trueture. We have uever beard of ber contri
buting a dollar to assist in defending this rail
railway across tbe great Mississippi, before
CourtH, nor seen ao expression, other tbuo occa
sional newspaper articles, exhibiting particular
interest in the battle of those who have been
spending thousands to protect the bridge from
legal aasuults. SL Louis has expended over
twenty thousand dollars in efforts to secure the
removal of this bridge. She hes secured tbe
sympathy and aid of tbe New Orleans Chamber
of Commerce. Let her now be aasnt ed br some
practical action on the part ot Chicago, that she
is opposing more than a mere bridge company,
and tnat while she is endeavoring to destroy
one ot tbe most magnitisent improvement
in the country, there are interests of as much
importance as heir, aod capable of equal liber
ality and energy, pledged to protect this im
provement
The Foreign News aa to the War*
LProm the N Y. Eveilsg Pert, SaturJaj.]
We have received our foreign tiles to the
morningof tbe 22d of F«brua<ry, bnt tbey cap
tain nothing new or decisive us to the political
state of the continent The feeling of gloom
and apprehension appears to be increasing in
Paris, and the price ot the French funds has
gradually declined. The prevailing uneasiness
has been augmented by Lord Cowley's depart,
ure for London.
Tbe L.dtpthdaiu Btlgt cthrms that Lord Cow
ley's visit to London was made for the purpose
ot convincing tbc British Gjvernment that a
conflict between France and Austria ia inevita
ble, and of urging it to endeavor to localize that
conflict, instead of vainly seeking to avert it.
To such rumors as this is added tbe knowledge
that there is no cessation of "warlike prepara
tions. Tbe reports speak of the pnrcbase of
horses, the accumulation of stores and the pre
paration of ammunition. Other bodies of vet
eran troops are said to be held in readiness In
Africa to follow General Renaud's division,
which has already arrived ia France. We are
told, too, that at Tonlon all the transports have
( been victualed with a month'# supplies for as
many men as they are to carry.
Among tbc causes of Increased apprehension
is the language believed to b&ve been used by
, Prince Kapolean to a deputation of Italian rest
. dents in Pans, wbo congratulated hia upon bis
1 marriage with tbe Princess Clotiide. he is re
ported to have said, in replying to their congrat
-5 ulations: ".Gentlemen, you cannot djubt of the
Eaiperor's.sympathy and my owo fur ltaiy." The
greater weight is attached to Prince Napoleon's
> words,&s it is commonly believed that the Em
peror is much swayed by his ccnasels, and that
those counsels are moat unfavorable to peace.
• A Prussian ministerial jonraal states that
Great Britain and Prussia have acted in com
t mon with a view to effect a mediation between
D Austria and France. In this article a hope is
r expressed that the Emperor of Kassia will join
tbe other powers io tbe work of peace. Prussia
d aud England condemn the occupation of the
e Papal ikWles, no mavter whether by Austrian or
- French troops, bet will hear nothing of a change
u iu tbe map of Italy. A circular addressed by
d Prussia to the other German States, expresses
the conviction that Austria will accede to t peace
[l lul solution of the Italian difficulties, bnt it adds
y that "Prussia, while reserving her action aa a
it European power, will nevertheless fulfill ber
<1 duties as a member of {he Qermaaic Confedera*
i* tion."
>r - t , -
fy It is estmated that the net rcoatpts of
the he stop Homeopathic Fair will be 910,000
I a remarkable sarens. Thereoelpta at the door
oa Weknesdsy were $l,lOO, and the total re
ceipU that daf were nearly $5,000.
Bad News for Emigrants*
Latest advices from the frontier eay that
the Platte river i.* rushing down in a flood
full r.iue miles wide. Hundreds of early em
igrants, bonnd for tbc gold mines, were en
camped on it* batik waiting opportunity to
cross. Fort Kearney is sarrouoded by water,
r\cd the Missouri, ucdar the infioeoce of the
flocd, ia higher ihau ever before knowu thus
early in the season.
Western Inventors.
The following patent? to Western inventors
were issued from tho U. S. Patent Ofiice for the
week ending March Bth, 18S9 :
James Little, of Evansville, Ind.; fcr im~
proved machine for cutting staves from tbe
block.
Daniel Markham, A. S. Markham, and David
Eidrcd, ot Monmouth, 111.; for improvement in
cultivator*.
Daniel Markham, A S. Maikham, and David
Eidred, of Monmouth, 111.; for improvement in
: tefditg raaebines.
E O. Bixter. of Forreilon, 11L, assignor to
1 Mtußtlf, E. H. Kiiey, aad W. T. Sweet, of aaid.
Forrcston; for improvement in seeding ma
chicts.
George Uile», of Michigan City, Ind., and
Philander P. Line, of Cincinnati, Ohio, assign
ore is Lhue & Bodiey, of Cincinnati, aforesaid;
for improved machine for hewing out hnbs.
Ljren J. Wicks, of Racinc, Wis.; for im«
proved cturn.
A. J. Hamilton, of Kewcunee, 111. ; for im
proved method of operating farm gates by ap.
preaching vehicles.
Samuel Ga'.y and Amos Hocve, of St. Louis,
Mil; lor improved method of operating puppet
VbUen of BH-am engines.
C. H. Dawson, ot Jacksonville, lIL ; lor im
prnvtment in cultivators
J. H. Atwater, of Btrlia, Wis.; for improvi-
in coupler.
A Spooky Case, Mixb Ukclbs is Teoublk.—-
At the instance of one Jonathan Wilson, a clerk
with Edgeccmb & Sibley rival pawn brokers,
J L.ucder a rival pawn broker, and Abner
Wniiely, weie arrtstsd charged with obtfciniog
mocity under false pretence?, a complicated case
of *' two of a trade" and plated spoons pawned
a« silvur. Tbe parties wer-j brought before Jus*
tice Milliken, and Liundsr wis discharged. His
fellow in arrest waa held in SIOO.
THE CITY.
yg"Last eveaiug was of tbe finest spring
fashion, with moonlight trimmings, altogether
the best yet out.
The residence of Major-General Ulau
bi-*n on the West Side came naar '
ed b? fire a few nights tince, by some reu&ns,
lire havlog been ccmmunicited to a clothes
closet, the contents cf which were ruined.
Love ano Saxb.—John G. S&xe, the poet edi
tor and lecturer, held a large and intelligent su*
dioccj at Metropolitan Hall last evening, in the
d livery of i is poem on " Lovi," one c-f hia
best prcdactiou-j and deservedly popular.
McNnlly & Co. have a treah supply of
" Morphy's Games," Chess Monthly for March,
and Leslie's and H»rp?r'2 Weekly, containing
pictcres of the Sickle's tragedy. Also "Matri
monial Brokerage " just out.
Tub licccs Cass.—District Attorney Haven,
at tbe sesaion of the Court of Common Pleas
lest evening commenced his closing argnme&t
in tbe case of People vs. Basch. 1; will be rc-
this morning, and the case will doubt
less bs to the jury this forenoon.
Tnu Ikacqobatiok of thb Xuw Cirr Govbbk
ijE.NT.—The inauguration of the new City Gov
ernment takes place at 8 p.m. to-day, in tbe Re
corder's Court room, when the retiring Mayor
of 3558-9 will be sworn in as good as new for
1559-G0; also, the newly elected Aldermen.
The Inaugural Address of Major Haines will
be delivered on the same occasion.
Mechanics' Institute Festival.—The mem
bers cf the Mecluuic'i Institute, propose holding
a Festival at the hill ot the Institute, corner of
Clark aud Waihins'.on streets, Friday eveniug,
the 18th inat. A number of our best musicians,
both vocal and insirumental, have volunteered
tbuir semcci upon this occasion. Those who
desire to participate iu dancing will be favored
with aacpportunit*. Reriva'jments will be served
by Mr. J-.»!in Wright.
Making Monby tub Wkoko Way.—The Pala
tioe postmaster, David Martin, whose arrest and
trial for alleged mail robbery resulted in bis &c
--quitu!, has been re-arrested on the charge of be
ing too much an imitator of Uncle Samuel in the
literal art of money making. At his house in
Palatine, officer Koyes found a quantity of conn
tsrfeit dies and chemicals, also bogus halves
and dimes. These had been carefully secreted
in various places. He has been held for trial.
Daeisg and RcnriAM.T Assault.—O a Men
day evening last, as Mr. Jenks, of tbe firm of
Jenks it Beers, was returning home from the
lecture at Metropolitan Hall, in crossing from
State street to Wabash avenue, had his atten
tion attracted, but not atrongly, by three men
who passed him on the sidewalk on Jackson
street, they stopping and turning to look at him
immediately upon passing him. Aa he tnrned
into Wabash avenue be noticed them following,
and about a block further on they came np to
him, one of them dealing Mr. Jenks a severe
blow behind the car, which staggered him, but
fortunately did not fell him to the earth. He
turned upon his assailants, who retreated a fow
paces, looked at him irresolutely a few moments
as if uncertain whether to follow np the attack!
but almost immediately they wheeled about and
took to their heels. So doubt tbe scamps had
all tho requisite disposition for the highway
robbery they contemplated, but failed in the
matter of pluck. Had the first blow told in
knocking Mr. Jenks senseless, it wonld have
been another matter.
Sbabox Mattsbs, Marine and Meteobologi
cau— Under present weather influences the sea
son is advancing rapidly. If there by any frost
remaining in the ground hereabouts, it must lie
bslow such a depth of mud as to be of no practi
cal account. Tbe mud is deep in all unpaved
and unplanked streets, thongh yielding its mois
ture to tbe March winds, which in. a few days
like yesterday will bring abont a new condition
of affairs, and put things on a different footing.
Everything about the city betokens returning
activity, aud we are already bustling and bristling
with city improvements, grea'ly to the astonish
ment of strangers, but less to tho disturbance of
our experienced citizens, who do not mind sach
small incumbrances or checks on locomotion as
sidewalks and pavements in violent eruption. The
building aud building improvements already in
progress are numerous and of a nature and extent
to tell largely for' 1 our improved appearance as a
city the coming year.
and Saual matters are looking np. On
tbe 17th, (to marrow) the Illinois aod Michigan
Canal will be opeu'for the season. Tbe lake is al
ready open, and but for unsettled weather, a trip
fr m Chicago to the lower lakes might be as well
accomplished to day as two months benee, onr ad
vices given chcwbeie, reporting no »ct in iht
dlraiit.
Oa this lake vessels have been making short
trips tor six weeks past, and affairs now are be
ginning to assame a season appearanc. Stocks
of wood, large at the close ot navigation last
fall, have already begun to be replenished by
arrivals from ports on the lake. Lumber and
shingles have been received almost since the
opening of the year.
It does not seem certainly decided what sea*
son arrangements will be made for the steam
marine on thialnke, or indeed upon the lower
lakes. Whether the elephantine steam craft on
Like Erie will be out the coming season, seems
still a question.
The steamer Cleveland has been chartered of
her owners, the Clement Steamboat Company
of this city, by the Detroit and Milwaukee Line
ti form with tbe City of Clevelend the Steam
Ferry onr Milwaukee neighbors are in such ex
staciea over. The Cleveland waa to have com
menced her trips for the season yesterday morn
ing from Milwaukee.
The steamer Huron, always an "early bird"
in this port, Capt. Morgan commanding, left for
Grand Haven last erening. at 7 P. M., hereafter
to make trips three times a week. She will next
week make a trip to Milwaukee and ports below
on this aide the lake.
We learn that tbe steamer Traveller is soon to
take her place in the Chicago and Milwaukee
line. Whether abe is to have a contort is as
yet undetermined. The propeller Ogontx, Capt.
yiood, U */> make her first trip to Green Bay
next week.
All along onr river, amoog (he sail craft are
tokens of returning activity, not long heaee to
amount to the fall spring buiintsi.
CHICAGO, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 16, 1859.
Tne Family Sewing Machine.—The utility
of a good sewing machine has become a matter or
iact The best, where there aro so maoy,
claiming to be the best, is the qaestfon now to be
decided by the public. One claim 3to have taken
the highest premiums in every case last autumn,
netting forth that all the patents of any preten
sions had been fairly in competition. Tbe infer*
ence intended most be that the Wheeler & Wilson
machine, is of coarse, best. Now, it is cigar
to my mind that this statement is intended to
convey an untruth, and to create a false impres
sion and mislead the public. lam informed that
the statement above referred to, is not true in re
gard to the Grover& Baker machine, (which I
know to be a patent of some pretentions as well
as intrinsic worth) that it did not come into com
petion nor was it ever exhibited at tbe State Fair,
or any of tbe County Fairs iu the Northwest—
with the single exception of Joe Davies Connty in
this State, where their old inachloe took the first
premium, es also work done by It. It seems to
me that the Chicago agent should have known
this to be the fact, as well as any other person, be
havlrg (as lam informed) attended tbe State and
many of the Coanty Fairs personally, before
making such statements calculated to mislead.
I bave bad in my family one of Grover & Baker's
old style machines for a year past, and have had
an opportunity of testing the work dose by it with
that done by others and have never found any
machine do work as well as it. It cever rips, nor
breaks in washing, whereas I have had work in
my family done on other machines which had to
be done over. This never occurs with the work
doue by onr Grover & Baker. But good as mine
is, I consider the new machine lately introduced
the perfection of Sewing Machines. It econo
mises wear and tear by an easy, still motion, run
ning at great speed, and" doing work equally
etrong and well with the old style, and so sim
plified and improved that the operator gets at
every part with mnch less trouble. In short, I
have never met with any michine that for etitch,
durability of work, simplicity of arrangement,
and adaptation to the purposes for which it is
intended that beats any comparison, and I am
sore I cannot confer a gieater benefit on those
about pnrchaisng than to rceommend them, as a
1 shirt-collar manufacturer of the Etst, did a lady
in Chicago (although he was using Wheeler &
Wilson's in hia factory) by all means to procure
a Grover &, Baker for family use, which she did,
and £o say I, notwithstanding all the efforts made
to prejudice tbe public mind by representing that
the under ridge is objectionable, and that it rips.
Its advantages ever all others for beauty and
durability are so great, that rival interests are
driven to these means to .mislead tbe inexperi
enced. Tbe under thread makes no moro ridge
than hand-work, and it can be used for orna
mental which no other stitch can make, and the
machine fastens the ends of its work as well as
tie 3 and knots every stitch taken io that it is
doubly secured from ripping or ravelling in wear
over any other stich now made. And, now,
when this new machine can be had for 150, tako
my aivice and get it. Expsbience,
Chicago, March 15,1859.
We oall attention of onr readers to on
advertisement of a course of lectures by Dr.
Sim. The subject chosen by him is eminently
interesting and instructive; it is varied and
comprehensive, and wo ore safe in saying that
he who attends the ccnrse will find himself at
its conclusion richer in thought and possessed ,
of a clearer apprehension of his physical acd i
spiritual relation to the universe. The research- <
es of modern ccienco have removed from the
domain of conjecture, and placed on the sure
basia of knowledge, some ot the most interest* <
ing inquiries which can engage the human mind.
Our obligations are here due to the miscroscope,
whose revelations fill the mind with awe as it
compels it to recognize aa endless chain of be- (
ing, past all perception to the eye of sense by its '
minuteness, and extending to the vast telescopic j
regions of rpace. Intelligent men have always
felt that tbe world tbey occupy is in itaelf a rev
lation, older than tbe written one, and not con
tradictory to it; that it was J
"Scripture kothentlc, unccrrnpsed ty min"* 1
and that beautiful and solemn truths were eve-
rywhere suggested over tbe broad, honest face \
of nature. But this revelation wsnted a teacher, ]
wbioh modern science furnishes, and the sug
gestions a key by which its mysterious language
could be read. That key Dr. Sim proposes to
put in onr hands.
The following are th* earnings of the Great
Western (Canada) Railway for the week, ending
11th March, 1853 : |
Pa«ert«M... tw.Gtt &4X i
Frtigbt and live itock 19.783 91K J
HaUaandsondrles 167718 X
„ Totil. 106 64X I
Corresponding week last 3»,t©2 0J 1
. i
RTA furnished house on Buffalo street, I ]
temporarily unoccupied, was burglariously en
tered on Sunday night and robbed of wealing t
apparel, &c. j
mm t
jlocaj, matters. ]
1 i
Whiblib & Wilson's Sewih* Mackixbs.— \
North-Western Office, 167 and IQ9 Lake street, ■
Chicago. Geo. R. Chittenden. t
mhs-3w General Agent ]
i
Pike's Peak.—Trunks, valises and traveling '
bags, manufactured expressly for a trip to the i
Gold Mines at W,4 G. S. Wright's 61 and 219 ]
Sopth Clark street fel9-2m. }
lee advertisement of Boudoir, Sewing Ma- (
chines. K Lake street. jai-ly-bOOG 1
KT See advertisement of Quaker City S2O
Sewing Machine. L. Cobxbll A Co., .
0c26-ly 198 Lake street. ,
——■ C
JpROFESSOR JOHN BAPTIST SMIT, ]
NIXETEES YEARS 07 AGE.
Born with, a Natural Gift,
In City of Montreal, Canada,
WHlcalllheattertlonofthteUlxeaior Chicago that he 1
can core all kloda of
RHEUMATISM,
A"d all other diseases loittntly. without the use ofme
ctclnejuid wlthoat ptio. He is expected b> stop bnt a
short time, and Jf aaypersinor p?r*on» afflicted with *
B*eb dlteaset will please call oa Professor timtt, wh"re £
tbevwilinndlm'BcdU'erelleve. tiaeh an oppartanlty ;
Is rare!/met »!tb. It Is a treat eoMosify to see Mm '
work. Many w&o bave aimott been raised from tbe *
dead can testify to lis miratalcus powers ofhealtsgall
cis?«se>.
fcjr Office—No. 199 Washington street Chicago, 111.
To Ziumber Dealers and others.
T7*UR SALE AT THE YARD OF T. B.
Kartfas sioth of Pslk (tree*, rn West Side, one
million fertof Owad«Oan<Bawcil an-i Reasoned Lum- t
ber of flrat-r*Je m«nafACtar«. all plaep In thickness, *
consisting cf the following qoantitles and qualities, vis:
Leogth.
SS7 M feet (tock Boards, 12 loch. wide...l 3 It. lb feet. 1
ltO M feet Common Flooring 12.14.16 - e
Ski M fett Common 80ard5....... ii, 14. IS *' f
1W U feet Common Fesclnr .....li. 14,16 "
mi M leet Hear Flooring - -
ICO 11 feet Ist, it and 3d Clear Board and Flank.
LOOO |
Tbe above will be told In one lot or In pl'et to nit J
pureua<en. th.y havtng the privilege of holdlrg it in
yard to April Ist without cttarge.
Apply at the Tard, or to
DAVXJ> GOOD WILLIE, '
mhls-lw-c45& Oor. franklin and Ohio tta.. North Bide.
/TIBUSTEK'S SAL?.- WHEREAS JAMES {
I W«diwo:tk and lfmily W., his wife, aid etrong
Wadrworth. of Ohicago. Ooq&ty of Cook, and State of
Illinois, made aad executed t.» me. tbe rnbserloer. of
Cbleagi aiore«a!a eenaij Deed of frost of certain
lanlsthereindescribed, beiri&gdatethe twentieth day '
< f October, A. 9. IS&7. to > e:nre tb> payment of a certain
in-mUMry note la said Deed ot Tnut mentioned aod
of the sa-oedat* therewith, made by Wa sw-rth a Co., I
for tbe ram or 17(584* 100. payable to the oraerofCbar.es
D.Palmrr.aod due five months aHer date, which said
deed of trust was filed for record on the 22d day < f Octo
ber. A.D. 1*67. in tbe Recorder's office of cook Co'Uatv,
tntbestldaiaieofllllnils an< duty rtcorded la took <
149 of Deeds. Pare 300: and, w&ereas defant hts been i
made inthr paym?ntof pmo' the taid promlsrory note
above mentioned, an J arpUeat'.on baa been made to me, t
>belecalbold*rtbeieot (or tbe aate ofthepreml.es in ,
said deed of trait described for tbe purp- aes In add deed *
of trust menttonea; Now, therefore, tetlee li hereby
dvrnlbitlnnnrscMsce of raeh application and of the
powe aln»»la deed of trait c>o<aloed. I shall on Friday, .
toe 15.h day of AorU, A. D. I:s*. at two o'ebek 1. tbe ,
after eon or that day, at the north door o< the Con-t \
Heme. lnthesaidOoooty rf Cook. State of Illinois, sell 1
atcuolioascUoatothebUhestbtdier for caabi, all the 1
:o3cwin(de*eribtdpremliea ii tatted la tie County of 1
Cook, aid Stateo' 111 not* aforesaid, to wit:—East twelve I
i (U) acres o: tbe north ha fof the northweit qawter of 1
Paction Twet.ty-rhrte <3<), In iVwntblp Tbirtj-Oxl t
OS, eorth of &a"g« Fourteen (14 , etst o' the Ttlrd '
Piin*lp*l Ifer>dlan. exeept tbe east tva (3) acres of tbe I
: north foar (4) acres of tbe a«ld east twelve (U) acre*.
I with the aprurtecaicea. and aU right and equity of re
-1 demotion ct the tild James Wai«warCa asd *milf
his wife, and Scong Wadsworth, their t eiri and assigns
fIELd thla fourteenth da? cf March, A. D. 1659. i
WM. A. Treste*. i
H. N. Bavnaa. AU'y. mhls4»ic4«S
ERCHANT'a SAVINGS LOAN AND
T*CiT Coxtavt.
Capital, - - - $500,000.
J. H. DUNHAM. President J. BURR, Tlce>treddeat
D. R. BOLT, Cashier and Secretary.
Th 1 s Inet'tuUon vIH Dbeosaft Papers Buy and Bell Et
eha&ge and Ooln, and Receive Money on Deposit, Pay
Imerestthtfeoa when left for a soecUed period: will
Receive Hater for Accumulation when left for a term of
years, and Receive asd Execute Trosta from Oourta, Cor
poration!, ladlvtdoa!s and Kstatea. j
TRUSTEES: '
J. ll.T>unh»m. W. I* Nwwbeny. Heaiy Faroam, '
Jchn H F«st«r, D. R. Hols i. K Arnold.
Jonathan Burr, W. K. Dcgiett. A. H. Barley,
F. B cooler. C. H. UcCormlck, M. I>. U*den,
mhl4-6jctsQ] 8. A. Smith
T ADIFS* SCISSORS, OF SUPERIOR
Jo m Druggists and Apotheoarles,
mh!4-ly 144 and 1«S take atreet.'
CHOICE FAMILY FLOUR.—SUPERIOR
Bouthem White Wheat Flow tar Family on, en
bvTUOKKR * RANDOLPH, Ho. i hooaW
Btiiweee.Owtea4BesttiW|teriia bMlb*
BY TELEGRAPHi
TJ»e Paraguay Fleet.
Nbw York, March 15.—Baenoa Ajres dates of
January 23(J,ar«» received Tho sopply ehip Re
lease, corvette Preble, ami Rteatner Southern Star,
bad arrived ot Honlevidio, and tbe latter bad
started for Correntes, towinz tlie Preble.
Oa the antral of tbe sdvance part of tbe squa
dron at Hoaa Ro, tbe local authorities fent®a
despatch to Admiral Shubrick, asking tbe reasoa
of this collection of force. Hie answer tras not
published.
Ou the 10tb, tbc squadron was at Parana, wbere
Commissioner B >wlin and Admiral Shubrick bid
no interview witb Uriquiza. Tba latter bad since
gone north, snd itvas bound to Para
guav to tender bis good offices to Lopez.
The Buenos Ayres Time* says, hopes of a
peaceful settlement are more generally enter
tlined, aod tliinks Loprz frill cut domi tLe claim
to tbe lowest limits, ratify tbe lormer treaty, and
promise protection sod encouragement to Ameri
can citzens.
Arrival of the California Overland
Mail.
St. Loins, March H.—Tbe Overland Mail of
tbe 18th baa arrived, bringing one through and
five way passengers. Tbey report several tribes
ot Indians at Apache Pass for the purpose of
making treaties.
The Camascbes bad stolen 82 mules from a
drove belonging to the company, designed to
supply the stations. A company of Raogera
bad started in pursuit Tbe company is sup*
plying the stations with Sliarpe'a nflea and
ammunition.
The report that Governor I'uquiera of Sono
ra was deposed is not confirmed.
The JHcxican war News Confirmed.
New Obieans, March 14.—The Tennessee's
mails confirm tbe reported success of the Libe
rals. Gen. Atnpudia reoortstbat tbe Reaction
ists under Gen. Cobas, 1500 stropg, were twice
beaten back by on inferior force. Miramon was
retreating on Orizaba. Only SOO troops were at
the CspitsL
The Amertcan Governmert hai greatly en
couraged tbe Liberals. Tbe English aod French
fleets were harassing Jnarez
Lake Navigation*
CoLLDiawooD, C. W., March 15 The harbo
here is entirely clear of ice, and active prepara
tioos arc being made for starting a line of steitn
ers betn*een here tiud Chicago witb increased fa*
cilities for traffic over former year*. Steamers are
ntso beiotr fitted out for regular lines to Lake
Superior, B.nce Miues, &c.
Kiscstok, C. W., March 15.—There ere yet
large quantities of icc iu tbe hirbar, bat it is
broken up and will bi carried cIT by lite iir»t
wind.
Constitutional Election In Kansas*
LiAVaxwoKTO, March 14.—Gov. Uedary has
issued a proclamation for an election on the 4th
Monday in March, in accordant* with tbe act
of the last Legislature, providing for the for
mation of a Constitution and State Government
for Kansas, Three months residence prior to |
the election ia requisite to avolo. Aliens hav- i
ing declared tbeir intention of becoming citi
zens, are qualified.
The Cuban Fillibnsters in New York*
Nsw Yo&k, March 15. A ma«s meeting was
held last night in Tammany Hall for' the pur
pose of giving expression to the feeling with
which the Democracy of New York regarded |
' tbe proposed annexation ot Cuba. ftTbe ,
j meeting was & hrge one. Ec-Mayor Mickle :
j presided. Isaac V. Fowler read tbe resolutions,
and Senator Brown, ot Miss., and the Hon. I
John Ccchrsne, of N. Y., and Capt Rynders I
made speeches, which were to the effect that |
, Caba mvet bi ours. j
The Captured Slaver*
Nsw Yoar, March 15.—1t onpearn that the
slaver captured on tbe coast of Porto Rico early
in February, was tbe bark Majastic, and that she
had over a thousand negroes on board. Tbe
American captain and the Spanish owner made
tbeir escape, which with tbe taking of tbe sla
ver in Porto Rico has much tbe appearance of
collusion.
I.Otis ol Life*
_ Bowhasville, C. W., March 15.
Two men. one wotnbo, and a child were
drowned off Post Darlingtou, last eveoiog.
Tbey were in a small boat which vras capsized
in a gale. The names of tbe parties were Croc
ker, Berry, Mrs. Berry and child.
Steamer Due*
Nsw Yob£, March 15.—The North German
Lloyds steamship Wesser, which was obliged to
return to Cork for repairs in December last, on
her first voyage from ls.*aa«.n-for New- York, was
advertised to leave Cork for New York on or
about the Ist of March, and is
now due.
Ilosin Oil Factory Destroyed*
Boston, March 15.—Last evenintr the Rosin
Oil Factory of A. W. Trowbridge & Co., at New
ton Centre was destroyed by fire, witb two small
buildings adjoining. Loss about $6,000.
SOMETHING NEW !!! MITCHELL'S
PATSST
Meta!iic-Tipped Booi and Slice,
An improvement has been applied to Boots and
by which a G.eat Savicg la Expense la made. Every
boot and ahoe dealer kaows that children will wear out
at tbe toe th* beat-coustructed shoe in from four t > six
weeks, and that it *i»s hitherto defied the aklu of manufac
turers to obviate this difficulty.
THE •<METALLIC TIP"
meets and overcomes it. A s-nall piece of copper ta
ne&t'yfanenedtothetoeoftbe boot or shoe, affording
a complete nrotectlon to lc-and rendering tbe efforts or
the most inveterate stamper ineffectual to kick or wear U
out.
We p'esent this Invention with the "ullest knowledge of
and experience in iu Practical Utility liavlogncwfor
nearly two years been subjected to the severest tests. It
baa. by Ita own Intrinsic merit?, actually surmounted
every objection that could possibly be brought against it
aa the acoompanylnß certificates, which are but a fair av
erage of buadreda of others, will abundantly corroborate.
Wenavmo hcdtatlon io string that the Met*lUc*Tlpped
Shoe la destined to entirely supercede, for Children and
Youth, the oi'l style; and we consider It a moderate
atatemest that one prJrcf the Metallic Tips wIII outwear
two to three pair* or the old style, making a saving of
aearlytwo-thlrialnthe exrteme of shoes.
Messrs* WADSWOUTH it WELLS, or Chicago,
Have been appointed Areata for the sale of the Boots
and Shoes, and aa authorized to dispose ef Town
County RUhta.
communications addressed to them or the undersigned
Will receive proper attention.
CEAifcl McffTNKEr A CO..
N. B.—This Invention ia a complete protection from
the cutting of tue Pralri< Uraasea. asd is espedally adapt
ed to Miners' use. and all occuoatlona which particularly
expose the toe of the boot or shoe to being cut orworzx.
Jaaiy-cfl
1859 SPRING TRADE 1859
HATS, CAPS, AND STRAW GOODS
AT WHOLESALE.
E. B. Kellogg & Co.,
6? Lake acrcef* pot. ot State.
We have on hand the l ant est an 1 bert arasrtmen*. of
New Bpsi:g Goods to bi fouad ta thii m r«et, all of
which a*e received direct from the ma. nfac urers. and
will be sold atverylowtrUeato the cash and prompt
paying trade. mh?3mo4U6
PIKE'S PEAK!
AH who coatemplrte going to Pike's Peak are Invited
to call and examine our assortment of
ItTJBBEIt GOODS,
Among which are
Cup Blwtets, Beds ud Pillows, CBits, Ctotlu,
Lectins. Pantalocns, Cloaks. Boots. Shoes, Oaps, Ac^
Part or all of which are Indspeutab y necesea~y for tbe
comfort and convenience ot those crossing the plains,
famine streams aaa river*, and working In the »tn—
JXO. B. IUBsON A CO..
manufacturer's Agents,
fel? c 347 lm Ist p 21 Oearbom-st M near Lake.
Hope Fire Insurance Company,
OF tfCW YORK CITY.
Cash Assets $175,000.
gimnm (it adthouty) Za CaioAoo.
leynolds, Qjtden. Fleetwood A Oom
Benedict Mallory A Tamam. Clark A Dater,
X. G. VAN BUBKN, Acentf
South East cor. of South Water aad Clark-A
BolOtvlan* HP RTAIEA
Transportation to P Ike's Peak
7TUIE UNDERSIGNED 13 PREPARED TO
JL make contracta fcr
yRIIGHTIKG PEOVI3IOK9 AND HE&COANDISI
of every description to the Pike's Peak Gold Mines, ta
start at early in the Spring as practicable.
AsourOompanyaabeen engaged for several yean te
frekbtlflgfor the Government ot the Batted SUtes. I am
oon&dent of giving latistactlon.
for particulars addreaa
JAMES H. JOKES.
fit. Joseph. Ma.
SIOO.OQO
for Basktra capitalist*, la prepared to make loans on long
time at ten per cent, on Chicago prr-perty. First Hort*
gtra batiiig from one to ntreie&rs to tun. wanted at
lair rates, J. L. LEE. at adeworth A Co*» Bans.
fell wo 60 Clara treet Chicago.
riAKLEGRAPH EXCHANGE
on »aw rons.
Drafts, Acceptances and Note* paid ia New York oa
the day of maturity, or last day of grace, and money de.
prshea for account la Uie cty or hew York and tent te
cities In the vicinity of Newt or* oa Tei egr at> hlo Order*.
tisbssMm B orrtom
TV/fONEY LOANED ON CITY REAL JS
iTl_ tan BecttriUes. Mntgues. Trat Deeds, Bonds
ftocka. Business Notes, and all good nexotiabir aeomt
tiee bought and aoli Certlfiea.ea of Depicts aad Checta
of B.K. owtlt Brother A Johnston, purchased for cask
at thel&hat market price. Dealers It. Illinois, Wlacon
gta
OUy Beat Estate. Office No, 6, (second floor) MetropeU
tan Block, oosvof Bandolph and i£l. Chicago
degbfrU4o w. nAVitv^QN.
TTAVINO OPENED AN OFFICE AT NO.
ri 51 Clark street for the sale of the stock of
the Dement Building Association, I would aiso give notice
that! wld oegotlateloasa and flol porchasera for good
oommetclal paperfbr a teaseoable coomisslon. Persons
havlcgmcney toloat.bynoLfyingineo«the faetwill be
cal ed 09 if anything presents wonh their Mention Will
not our friend* c ime In and take the balance of stock and
let us dose - p the Institution, as it is expensive to en
tlnu'li? lassnreyoaitlsailright and perf-ctty sound.
teaa-c313;1m OHAA D <H»NT.
Pike's Peak!
HO! FOB THE GOLD FIKLDS-
Taots of all rises aad all prices always oa band.
Nctn
trc. TL sciurzy, A3VU, 63 Dm
is oulAorueJ (a reeei'M Mhtrt(rnnmUt for t&it and alt
Leading Pa}*ri if bu ITertK-TTtit, ]al b2M ly
"\TTANTED.—BOARDING IS A PBI
v v vate f«mHv by a aestlemaa and wife, vlth
rn:n or room] neatly famiihed. Be'ereoces slven and
re«ul'*d. Adaress, tmmediattly, "5. 6./' Pos-. < ffice
Box 1741. mhl6 Iw*
TXTANTED TO BUY—COUNTERS. IN
vv r'lsn Butter Hoie. Wall Paper, fhow-Oases,
Store Ja'a Tin Cans, Unsure*. Tunnels Mata, Keaa,
Lamsa Ketteia Brushes a Iron Square. Bnttln. Ad.
«ress Letter Box IX4 Post Office, or UOWoIcU vtreet
Cn'cago. mhl&2'.*
TO RENT.—MICHIGAN AVENUE—SEV*
eral Cottages to rent frcm the Art of May next
cn the Let cn co.-n?r Michigan avenue and
Ftrtet. Alio, St*re Ko. iSSocti Water at, ss'tab e or
Wholesale or 'JomTladon »r«!e. Apply o < HAFLES
w. DUt LY. No- 337 Michigan avenue, or »t Potion K e
vatoce. *o. 2t6 Worth Water atreet. mbl6 tc c'M
MIHE .ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
1. £t?ckho'de*a of the Garden Cl'y Bulldlrgis ; oclv
tlonwUlbebeldatiheoOlreofsald As?oel tion. No id)
Booth on Wednesday >'vtnlas-, tbe 20th
day of Unreh, lt£9. at < o'clccg, for the taction of of
ficers fcr tbe (niul:g year.
mh161»c474 L. 0. 3ALL. B'frttvy.
TO RENT—IN THE "WEST T.IVISION
cn *-' ay Ist, bftwren W'sMncton ant Madison
streets, two Three-Story (Eag)l,h Basrment) DwciU g
lloutes cn high ground, where the atmcsphere t» pure
asd healthful, 'ther coou>n twelve rooma. wbh tias.
Watrr, Batli. Ac. In the vicinity s.-e K»d schools and
cburchea. Omnlboien ever* 7X minute«. AdCrefs Ber
41(3, o' apply Wo 6 Pomeroy's Building, o- »• No. 5o
May street. mh-S2w*
DISSOLUTIO.N OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.
Tte fiimof E. W. Deosmore A Co. has beend:a*
lolvedby m-tual canseat. xltber partner being author
tssd to ij llaulduion.
Jt w. DKN-iIORK ''hieago,
GABDNEd PHILLIPS. Algoacula.
March 15th, 1823. mhl«-lw-c47i
E. W. DENSMORBj
Havirg removed tt bh nsw location, will continue In
tbe FUur G-aln, M«al and Feed businesa. ■ a f.tre-.ofore,
and i» «:a? prepared to do a General Crmm's lon bail
neaa. and make cash advsnres oa eons'g&m:nts o' pro*
peitf lnitore. LCD SOUTH WATEtt
mhlfrlyc«7t Corner of Weill.
TO "WHOLFSALE MERCHANTS. A
Gentleman with a large and extnslve acquaintance
among the bua.nes3commun.ty of the N'tthwtst. neairea
to enter into an entajcement witb a wbol'sale bou«& as
Traveler. lie Is iamlllar with the llardsare trails la all
I's tmcchea. aid intimate w:th ail the town* In thaWett
and No t-west. and po*seaaes va -ab e t»cl Itiea lor com
munis tioo withto«m. Ur would prefer to do a teatral
tra e. nnUst ctb«*rst«e required
address Tit vvELEB, 80x4.330, Pott-Office, C.icago.
mhltfSire<£o
FOR MILWACKEE, KIXXIOIVOC, TWO
BITEB9. and all INTERMEDIATE PORTS.
tmm THE STEAMER
XITJIiO 2ST,
CapUln 8* W. MORGAN,
WUI leave fcrtbeabrvc Ports ca THUfiSDAY, March
17th at so clock P. M.
For Fre!ght or Passage apply to
mhiat DREW k GOQDRICII.
PROCESS OF CREATION.
Telcstople ud 3lltr«sctplc Btfclttlons.
EIOSST mOBOaCOFIO DIEOOVEKIE3.
DB. SIM ANNOUNCES THAT HE TOi
commence a eourse of Lec'ures at
aXET&OFOLXTAN HATiT.,
On filondty Err.) March 21st, at 7 1-2 O'clk.
Ritj :ct—THE PBOOES3 OF CREATION.
E*eb topic will be fully illustrated by chemlral and
ether experiments, but chießy by me«na of sn Oxl hy
diOien Mlrrracope. 'he iar»es; In tbe United Biatea. and
one tereto.ore uitd throatnoot tee principal Cities of
Europe for ldua-ra 1 nof tne same subject the instru
ment is o«pabU of magtl'ilcg atui oiametrra. Wltn
tbe a'd cf several powerul l)ruiamond Llgbt< the ob
jtctsanrt l lusuatioaawlllbed'stlncuy sfen torn eve y
part of the ball. Tbe Mate lLustrat on ia abun
dant acd wllleomptre favorably with thu used in the
lushest icsiitutlona of learning in the Old Wuiid.
Tcpics or TBS Lacruaas:—l'he Bealma of Space and
U e bodit • witb woich they appear to be filed—O. smical
k.ther—atmoiKhere of I'laneu— Neou a a d meU*r
Ma«&et-ll >ck OvOtaontbs neav:ns-Mut!ple Staia—
PixedS'Aia and their measured ulauoc**-6t ra which
have reieutly a. Diared and these alien bave diaip.
peared-Generai V lew of the Process of Ptanttary crea*
u»n, and tbe Solartiystem— rhe JS.rai Its ptkluon with
reference to te rest of tee tJn.Vtrse—O'woat lathe
eartb made, bew «asit made, and «hea?-lu former
creation sndittPuriflcittfnby ttre—l ne v-oollcg again
of lis Oran, and tbe re arrangement of material ou Its
Sorfare—TieMosaicalaecouutnrtbe Creation, and its
harmoay wl h ttercvJaUcnscfccienj;—lhe Vd-.etab,e
Kirudjm—*he Primordial or Germ Ceb—PU«H"O
- and the higher order of tbe Ve*etab e- Klrg
dom—Dlat nc Luat>c ween Plants and Antm.i —y ctl
iloo a. it existed crevloesly to the CieaUon of Alan—
lhe Geogr«t>by ot Auudilutlan Vegetatioa. and the
whuhha*etaken piacj a.nce the flood—'lhe
AnimiiKitgJom-lne Aiiimai Primordial or GcrmCeit
l'aoiVZOA. Anlmalcn esau« ihe ttfjtner otder of Anl
mas Aulmals exisULg prevlcualy to the of
man-Aiilmaiacotempoiary with tue Arit ■ »cei of ma-a
ana n w extinct—The orusraphy of Antediluvian Aai
ma s—Mau—CoutlueraUouS with reference to h.s Crt*-
t:on—ir.fTcrent Bacea, and their Ueogr«ih!cal uixtrttu
tioj—the Uu'Stton otthe U.ity of t&j lluman it,ce—
Liitinctt n beiwe«n the CoLautution of Man and the
r«atu. the Animals—iLe menial u:uitiea ne es
commca w th the animals, acd those he peanuts in
coa>monwita God and the Angela.
It wtl be »eui from the foregoing enumeration of topics
that Uie su'.ject of toe Lectures embraces a Wide uili
of phULS.'phio Inquiry; and the recent dls.ovcn's of
scitiiuno m,eaU..uoa wl.l enable tne l<cicrer to dLsi.
Eate m«ny of u>e Qo.bta m wutcn the suoject has been
ere»lore involved.
Among tbe mmtljuclty of Ulattrationi on the canvass
wtii be «oen a view or toe heavens as mey will appear on
the ni#iifc of the lecture at lo minutes pa»t a o click—a
vie* of the&oiar emem showuu tbereiomtlo s of t&e
Pl«neis round the Sua. their revolutions rocna their cwn
axes, anu their ktienoant satellites eect ocs of the
Laitn.s'. owing its p*a> and present igneous condition,
tlielormnuouol itacrost ac. bcsidea thehlcncr scien
tific Uiusira:iobß there wi 1 be exiabited the
pe wllar to Witci, to wolaky, to and to other
itaUU, tOic her with a gieat variety of tiring insects, Ac.
*ar Tickets t3 be had at tbe Book Btores leatrailr.
and at Wr. Weii» docetitore. M<uopulijut Blocc. Jfor
t^eCourse.SLUJ. Beserteddeatafortne course, stau.
elnaletiu>cu. asce ta. mnio-iw.f4 a
ORTGAGE SALE—WHEREAS, T.
Bush epeacer and Miiry M., his wl;e. did on the
1>» a tf ct atUCJ. A. u. *&m, execute *ad oelver u>
! Kl. zie'a Admuo j to the Cuy of whlOAgj. Cook County,
| Bute of Uiiuoia.whlcns.ld mortgage Isrecorued In
tfcCordcr'» OJice wt Coot County, li Inois. iu book 19 of
.Mortgages, cage &sj: anj. wuereas cefault hsa beeu
maae in the psriormsaceof the cuudltiots u.ereo4 aud
Uie payment of Uie kunii thereby secured io be bald:
and. wbaees. tbeaald nm B. wid, oy an Instru
ment recurued iu tne ae.'srdet's «.th.e or County of
uook. in Book *~t ut jiortißges, Paae isit a*st2n the aald
J. U, Duva and James lOsita
son. assignees of tue weaurooankorecvtlanu. Notice
is. tbereture, hereby given mat under and in pursuance
oi tne posers ui ka.d mortgage ana aaiignment con.
tilned, we shall on uiei&tn day ot Atull neat,
at 1- k'ciccx, noon of thai. u«y. at the no.th door of t u e
couit House, in the CUy uf Cuic«io. sell at pubho sale
itr cash tue premiats conveyer in tald mortgage as Lere
inoeiore ucacn&cd, and also ad the improvements ihcro
on. JAMLS TUOaaOj,
J. a B. DAVIS.
Hasbsqccx Pat 3. AU'y. toa.6 lm-c*c7
WEal' BIDK LOTS.—I WILL StLL
cheap lor cash one or more lots on Carpenter
sUeet between Waamngt*n and siaaiaon streets.
lOtW bylu leet St. A. tlbaf,
mnia -m cm No. li WelU street
LIOUoE TO RENT.—A DESIRABLE
,1 1 Uoute. containing seven rooms, besides c.osetj
caj w.h«a, la a few wte*s, oy a goou party, very
aoie. Liocailonc.oae lo busiaess. Aopty io J. i. bOuT,
Jcb Room. Press and irtDane Uflige. liXcUij
CA!t WHEELS.—I OFFER A FEW HUN
dred approved Car Wheels at a very low figure, to
ciujeatoaaiibment. ALA. Naa/,
mhl»ani-b4 No. li Wells aueet.
HOUSE TO RENT, NOW
J_ filled with first daa boarders. House U a very de*
location, near Miaua»a avenue, acnt low. Pos
session tint of sprit if desired, as present occupaut wisn
estogo West, loanyuaewishuiato keep a nr»t
huuae tnls iS a rare cnance. A sm«U bonus wlj be ex
pected for good will, Ac. Address JAi. CLAKK. oihee
of uus paper, fortnree dais. mniS-af
a>HE SECOND SERIES OF THE
masts STiIU.NG-d
fc«Uoolibr Miascs 6c YouncLadies
will commence MONDAY, MAUCH aUt,
at their residence, AH West Like a.., .routing north side
of Uu;on rark. Circulars of the ecneol can be tbialiied
at tbeir residence, or by AiissK. k. tiTEU.td,
r. o. box ai3>. Chicago. mnljawaAw e46i
(AONTINESTAL AND SUN MUTUAL
J InguranceCompany'sScripforls3d, 1537 and I£W
Wanted by Mason & Co.,
150 SOUTH WATER sr.
Holderj of tbe above can realise frcm sixty te eighty
Cents «.n the dollar, according to the date ot tueir scrip,
by appUcatlon aa above. rahlS-Im ciaj
Fire Proof Safes.
riE BkST SA*'E OX SALE IN THIS
oranyothermarketlsackuovltdgedtobe David
sen's Albany Fire Kicg, M a. NUF,
mhis-*mcia4 No. 13 Wels atreet
jgXCHANGE OXXEVT YOKK, BOSTON,
PhUaddphla, St. Louis ud Eur«pe,
For Sale.
Will buy D'sfts, CerJficatts of Deposlte on Eastern
States and Europe-
U H ALEXANDER k C 0„ Banter*.
mhls-4'.c463 No. aJ Olaik sueet
THIRST CLASS DWELLING FOR SALE,
ON TEN YEARS' TIME-OR TO LEASE.
No. 146 Rush street, couerof Bnpexhr, North Side, with
handsome Shads T»ees. Yird. Ae.
Tbe 1 :catlun Is not iafericr to any In u.e city. Roan at
will be meiadimlz;d with stone euro curk-g the spring
mon hv. which, with our now perfect aystem of drainsg:,
will make tt a fine street.
Having built asd tccupled several hctres tn
the city ibavecompnatdin this one upoa an economi
cal scale, all the convenience* aid cjq orts csuaiiy
found lo the mr a*, r xpens ve c stablUhments.
Taehoosetsn?w. and h»s iu«t bees eUgaotly painted
and papered My Ice House, wed filled. Is most conve
niently ar aoged, ope-.ing Into the b«semem at a das".
lnardiUontow&ichl bave a gcod ury aod weli-vcoti-
Uted cellar, large store nom. summer kitchen (making
the baaexent perfectly cool In samaer*. smok-boute,
c».al-ccU*r. aad Brick «>am. Fire-Proof ar.-angements as
perlejt as can be. V. ntlUtiog and heui.g arratgements
superior. Ac-, Ac. Hat aod eoKl water. Bith Bo.ms and
ctner Improvements usuaJy tound in first ciasa houses.
twili take pleasure in >h>wtng tbe premises and sta
dlrp-sicg of the n because or my lntenton to leave the
city lor tne summer. «.arpets and Fn.nitore sold with
taeprcperty, or notasdeilrtd.
W. fl.
at McCormlck's Reaper Factory, or at the h use at I p.x.
or 6is 7p.m. mblS3t c4fl7
DISS OLUTION.- THE CO-PAKTNBR
ship heretofore existing in the Lumber basii es
under u.e name of Frtser a Julett ia tbta day dissolve !
by mutual consint Jamrs Fra er bavla< retired from
tie buluesi the accooata o> the firm *lll be eloied by
K. L -Ideit, aba 1' aatnonxed to tue the name of aaid
CUm In tiqaldation thereof, and to whom air persoas in
debted to said flna are reauestsd to maae immediate
payment JaMkh FRAtsEsk
Itfaicn Bth. US9. *. u. JILLATf.
Ihe will continue the Lu-nber budness
xmAt the name of Jillett A Clog, and would respect
rally s-lictta con'lnuaoce ofuie patronage heretofore
crendeltothelinnof Fraeer AJiilett—and J. O. Klag
respectively. E L JILL ETC.
-MMwolg J O. &«{«»
! I!We are autboitscd to aanounce the
Hon. BUOKNER b. MORU3 aa a Candidate for the
office of Judge of the Superior. Oourt at the April elf c
j Uon. mhU4de4S6
COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE.—TH* UN
\j deralgaed have U<ls day formed a co-partnership
; onder tbe name and style or Leland A Mlaer. for the
purpose of transacuig a Packing aod Gcmmluon besi
ncas. iFIN.SOit L<^aHDi,
C. H. tt. MIXaR.
Chicago, February Ist
PRIED FRUIT 1 DRIED FROIT 11—
10,000 Pounds Dried Apples aad Peaches for sale
THRESH BUTTER.—2,(WO POUNDS JUST
received by J. SIOW, 10 South Dcartorn *,
BblO-iF
I-UMK
OTJL,
g. ' OHHAPBST
Most Brilliant Light
Yet BUcirere d.
A CsJ n r NE
t\ V A I three
V\\Vj roar* esch <isy. tuts
e thrxw hosth3,Ti"
# M c?" fe^ c ° trl " rW
Ko Smoke or Smell*
Oil It pergalLn,
tth3
HALL HOUNDS, '
Insurance Agents,
160 SoalU Water Street.
HULL. CARGO, KSS AND LIJE
Taken on the most bvorab'e terms.
VHULL atd CARGO RI3SS taken to UVSEPCOI,
promptly adi=a*.edan4 paid here.
mOaCMa to
lUauteb.
\\7"ABAEII AVENUE -I WILL SELL
* * cheaa for caah a vacant lot or a house and lot
onthlartreet. m a NaE?
rahts-2mctf4 No. 13 Wet a«
\TfANDED—TWO OR TEHEE E^ER
-43(1/eJj,,be men aa
AGp'ra for New and Popular selling works. Penut
-S?ST,*S dreru 9 ef * Uv,!e nJPloyoeniglven Addre a cox
at li 4 Laat street aecocd fl or.
mhio-3t-c4j3 qj. GRimtll3.
WANTED— Mn-L»>TERS WANTED IM
medUtelF four good il'.Ulnerv Ncne but the
need atir*. J. MCCARTHY. No ic
ta«e street.
rr.O RENT—HOUSE TO KENT-NO. 36't
JL Ohio street Tbe House Is new, ba'lt cf Br.ck
and jf basemen*, two Storiw ana Attic, and ts
cntshed ia the very best stile throujtjouL. wtih Uta.
. \,* Dd^ b J Jnint w * ler « Bath, W-a« C.cse». Bel*
Spe<klLg Tubes. Han*e, Ac., At. AUo. a to-.d Bnelc
nam in rear. Possession oven on first of May. Irouire
ontde premises in tee afternoon, or of J. Met tfKN, c >r.
of riortn WtUs and Pe.rson streeta. mblvtw*
WANTED—GOOD BUSINESS PAPER.
V v lam prepared to negotiate go*d badness psoer.
ortonukeialvanctsoa Wartcousi Recetpta Ajpiyto
„ ut K ARHiirKONG.
..., ... At Campbell k Co.*a Exehaige OfDce,
_ghlilw cm No. £5 &ark ttmt"
\\. r ANTED—A HOUSE KE E PER—A
. ' v Woman ofmldile a*e te tike charge of a f*o: ! ly
for a Tew months, ace must have been aoca tomcd to
cni.au;a. aod with al kiaaa of bocaebold duties. x s e
b«» cf required. Addresa box 3*Ta Pust
WANrED-BOARDING IX A PRl
vale P*siilj by a ilrule treatlemaT who la de
strpus ror a e hiase at a reasonab.e pjlje,
Wbl*lve firstciaa»:efcrencea. Nortnor West Mde rt*.
feired. -U. Bp. p Oos-.iM.Uhlcagx ah»-lw*
ouse wanted witbin a reason-
AhLE distance of the Briggs House. Poaiesaion
ES"gfVfe
rjlO RES T.—WHARFING LOTS TO
A Btnt -W, haT" Mver»l Whiifla,. Lou. wrt lo
gued. aud of v&rioai dimea*lns, oa the rtonn and
fiouta Brauchea of ine River, wtilci we will lease for a
tennofye«rs. or for one to five jeirs to food tenacta.
mhll lmco> OQDKX. IfLEETftoOij A Co.
LI OUSE WANTED.—WANTED ON THE
JLL Ist of May, within half a mile of the Cout House '
in a qultt, healthy neUhoorbood. a house of n to it) i
rofms-wttngaav-awate.-figturea coep.e.e, and *ith
onwonutare. A-ldnss stating loci tloa. itat and size
of house, box "laia." Po>t Office. wnti
asxsEds.—A.\r firm in wast oj
the se.-vlcei of aa ensrzelic boalneig man to act aa
l^ ox ,TSl pe ."; Bllss:n ' ia « Proth e r »iac. *UI please aJurea
H. ttV&ToS. UaxldSL, Chlcaga f. O.
\TT ANTED—A NEATLY FINISHED IWO
* PtojrHousSwlth froa elihtto ten rooms, situa-
ZeiSS 1 . averue or oa one of the cion suretta east
or ctate-.»osaen:on to be >iven May Ist. Address, with
terms. P. o. box SITa. pic-t-l;t^?^)
WANTED FOR CASH—A >lßST
dsa House aad, La*. Uousj to be famished
wua uaa *ad Water, andcf twelve or more rtouis. A
c ? prc ? * oQ ld be deslrwjle. ftojth or
v. est tide preferred. Addreu Box "4ais, M star'n< loca*
tlou aod once. feai-lncaat
Wanted— a young man 23 tears
of lie desires a altua'ion aa salesman or clerk
isaome vbotatale huuse. where an opportunity would be
offered for advancement and permanency. lia9 had U
years tzpeilence in vaitou trancnea of bo*meaa. and
relereacea. AddreaaK."
"^"ANTED— HOXGAIiIAN GKASSSEED
ASD
JIHIETI SEED,
{jj g. jj BUTLER.
mhll-lm* Corner South 7T»tcr ci *ra sta.
WANTtD 55,0.0 TO i 10,UUD ON
Mortgage of Freehold Estate In the city of Peo
na, tusnols. Tne propeity Is now let on a term of five
years at a rental of SiOrtj P er acntm. Apwiy to p
a M-. box 4iß. I'eorla. llhcou. °g[§ im*
0 UEUCHANT TAILORS.—WASTED
aattoatJon ssCatfer. Good referercei dven. No
P°o^jox m o ' MOl Ul * Vc#w Ad(ife " ** a-
INFORiIATIAN WANTED -OF DAVID
KING, who left Stokes County. N. C, some 3) years
ago. Ueorhishetra are entitled to a legacy of aoout
Ucixt.
"OOR BEKT.—LUMBER YARD TO LET
JV The J nmber VarJ aaj D .cka Jyieg oo the west
sue ot the Suoto Uraccb. Immediately to th of the sew
bridge of t-e Fort Wavne *nd the tt. Ltua Ru-iroadi.
acrws the South Br«nca. la to be Irt for cue or more
yea-a There li a front of ;«et a!jo ax.il*
vate switch or turn out t-ack beia* laid dova u-on ui
tot. and conllntd to l.s ex.-ui.ve u»e wt.c i Iswb'
feet ion*, or sufficient :or ike loa-t-g o si-va orelxb:
ca: aat a time alveo immediately. Jnuuire
of at Peyto. street, opposite I HctU tt.
oratl.j south JelTetsjnstreet or bog b:j Pos; otce.
mßia-2wc4Vj AgTHUAi UARTFR.
0 RENT.—A FINE LOT <JN WASH
Ington street, betweei Utrket and Franklin
streets. The lot Is 40 feet front by IsO feet deep, to an
Id toot planked al«y. lhe rrcei is paved with
block stone, and the lot will oe rented low for a term of
firejears or mare. Inquire of JjilS WuIGHT. Con
fectioner, Mo. aouih clark street, opposite the Court
ocuae. mnMac4Sl
I\Q BENT.-OKE OF THE HOST DE
. lirab'e Dwellings oo the North Side. e\st of Cla'k
street Ihehjuai ta brick, with nlae rooms and large
groutds. Tbe lessee wui be exjeited to boy pontoo cf
the»ur:K3.**. aucii aa Gi+FMlags, Ciroets so] Stores.
Address box P O. mhUlOlctii
f|NO RENT—NORTH J3KANCH CANAL*.
JL WenowolT;r for rent the dockicn each side of the
Canal recebtly con-tructed by oi. aai which extends
from the ncith ttrancb of the river, oppose Chlc«Ru
Avenue Briize. to u i.sted s.reet. l'he la llu feet
wide and Uto 15 feet deep, new<y docked aad tn cumnlete
crder. and sivea upwardsof 270u feet ol ifater Otnt. with
aep.h ofiots offirLin tuuto-ttufert. ThUbrojerty will be
leased Very low to »o«i teavii*.
mhli lm cii? Obi)EN. PLSST STOOD A CO.
'"fO RENT—BRICK WAREHOUSE AND
X Dweillnc Hcua.-a f-r Kest.—The subscriber will
rent for a Una of years on favorable terms tils Biick
Paeiing House, fronting oa the River and NJrta Water
street, jtut beicw Ksa i Street BriJge if destrei for a
Forwvdinz and Trais-orta-lna or Wholeaale B-ilsess,
wld rent la CJwne:tloa w.th tne abjv- the adjolobig
premises, which a<e cove*ed by a ahed with cjmpesitloa
root, and building 30 by 60 feet extending together 110
leet oa the River. Possession glvea ths fin; of April or
May.
Aso-Twonewfirstetaasll.lek Dwelling Hinses, and
atwo-story rraoe heretjfore occupied by <*.
<#. D le, situated oa between trice and
Bcax sear tbe Lake
mnll-lro ctf) B CARPENTER.
SALE OR TO REST—A LARGE
J. brick Dwelling, with Stable and Ice
Hou'e, containing 11 rooms, baui rojm, cellar ana attic.
It la eligibly stuaied In the South Divj-on. and noasea
sluncao be bad at any time oa the rremlata,
cor. ladlaaa aveaue and Rld<e:y PU«s, or to w. a.
bOODtEA Box 1J P. O mhJ.lm*
T7IOR BENT—LAKE STREET STORE,
jL No. 197 now occupied by John West, poaseselon
the residence of Dr. Duck, oa West ctreet.
A mldeoce. No 64 with Bam. and Garden. Furniture
foraale.
LOTS—corner of West Uadlson and Clinton streets.
Alss. lets on Union and West Madlaoa streeta, joat east
or Union.
FOR SALE.
A GOTHIC RESIDENCE and Barn, (with lot) near
Union Park, A large lot earner of Paniba and Randolph
streets, near Uoijn Parx. tssxlii feet Vor particulars
Inquire of tfe2d-3m c 37] D& DuCK. 44 CUrk St.
OR RENT—FROiI THE IST OF MAY
-twothreeat*ry brickdwelUno, Nos 12i£124 oak
streeta, each contalo
tng eleven rooma,wttn bath roosia ami clcsett tlstem a-d
hjdranLe water. Lot Stxl7o feet, with barn ba the rear.
Al*o. dwejiiu bouse No. 4i7 utuo atreet. between touh
aad Pine, cdbtalnisg ten rooms, bath room and closesa
caa e stern, and hyuraallc water.
The above named nouses are locate! In the best
neighborhoods tn the North Division, aad will be rented
to good rest>Oi »ible tenaut*. None other need ap.ly.
*24. GAUBLC. otfiee No. 3 Llnd's Block, cor Kan>
dolph ana Siaraet streets. mh4cjt>4lm
Stores and dwellings to let!^
(Be'onging to the estate of Samuel P. Skinner.)
Iron Store, So Lake street First Floor, Easement and
Upper Floor.
Brick Store, 7S Bute it*eet Flnt Floor aad Basement
Brtek S« ri 517 West street,
briek Uwelilnz. 229 Wait Lake «treet -
Flxat Floor of 41 itnet frcm May Ist
Inquire or K ii. HALL,
xrhlc awciSa No. 190 Washlrg on street
Lumber yards fjk rent—the
Lota now occupied by O. Mears A (&. on Lumber
street acjstnlog toe Fort Wayne Depot grounds, >wo
tloeka Souta of Twelfth street bri >ge. A railroad track
talala parallel with the cock, connecting with several of
the moat imoorunt >ailr7«ds leading (root&Uety a -
foidi&K anequilled faclitiea for aalpslog and handling
Lnmber. Airply to _J. W. HANSOM.
mhs c3?l tm No. li douth Peoria streeL
<lO BKNT.—HOUSE ?iO. 315 WABASH
J. Avenue, from May Irt. Apply to
mh7Smc3BS HA<VYES. PafUg A 0% IS Lake si.
TO RENT.—REAPER FACTQRY AND
Machloe Shop attached. Apilv to
d\WYaJt KLakest
TTALUABLE WHARFING PROPERTY
V to Rent. Wharf lots27and£Lla Block 69, Bchool
S.'ction. on the east side of South Branch, between UarrW
son and Van Bureo streets. Tbey can ba rented for a
siogieyearoratennofyeara. I-quire of
CUJ-ISX39 E- C. LARNEtt 97 Waahlngton at.
TO REST.—THE FIVE-sTORY BRICK
Ptore Nos. 359 and 3SO Sooth Water street. Tne
above to a good tenant, will bs ren-ed c-.e»->. Posse*,
sion civen ot the Ist day of April next. Apply to CUAS.
0. CHaaE. 4?J Wella street, or oy letter. P. 0. drawer
295. mh3*c34S.lm
0 BENT—THE STONE FRONT THREE
s'ory and baaemenv house No. SM North Lasaile
street, wt h a two story o*rn and wood ahed In the rear.
A'ply to G.B.HCB3A&D. No. ILooais* Bioct.
mhl cUO -m Comer Claikand 8. Watar-st
0 MILLERS, MECHANICS, &C.—TO
RENT.fbratenn of years, that large building not
of the Devater of Qlbba, HriOnA with the flae
Lot on which It stand*—beisg B»fM,mor«orlesa.on the
river andnmnli* back to the G. AC.U.R, & Attached
dsMbeuaa south wlSrstrtst
Young Men's Association Lectures.
rpHE UEXT I.ECTUBE OF TBE COURSE
inrTßan«v*p ddl . Tre 4 M ,ho Metrrpoiltsn Hall, on
IHU9SOAY Eventog.thel7th Inst., at 7X o'clock, by
GEO. 0. PREHTICr, Eaq,,
cftheLoclrrUle Journal.
IF" Admittance 33 cents.
JAS GRANr WIL'O.t,
MKN&Y W. Bt-UOP.
mMg.JJiO, L7l E KING.
L'.ctare Uomnl!tea.
iy£ETIiOrOLITAX HALL.-
WEDXISDIT AXD TDCHSOAT EfESKGS,
Mareli S3a aud
ONLY GRAND CONCERTS
or
ItABORSS ACT FOHIttES.
rLL V4)'- director and Lessee of tbe V#* y o rk
Academy of Musis. resofct/uUyinfoims theoobllethat.
for ihe ourpose ofcainia* out his grand acheme of
s» dng every a»tiat of relebrity enr>«ed by him for the
Opera»[. use* of New York, and BoetSu
&sl4 the Union, he has made ar-
M'ms Lahordc and Carl Formes,
New u-.d-j.- encagement to him. for a rapid tour throesh
ap , l° Q - Prior to their departu e
or Aurooe. Grate uliy temembe tng the very bberal
r atro:a=e • ff ei«ea from the luWc. u Manage ofMr
TbjLber* Mms font** itecri Heia.CamiUosTvort and
othtr anLts wbcm ne has induced vJu iaertt. h«
tbh fcaaoonce *
T P? a ,i.' i ?°,l CC^T a OCBTWE B\T.
'tn tne •clebratcd Maoist: and ¥HlnnnD<
Trt VrfAS ector A Slaaea's Claadcal
rA^1 C rTv'" under the direction of
v A w . a^ uh Cl 7. kiuaic«l Director, trom the New
Yoik Academy or Music.
t ?0 THE PUBLIC —The po-Won of M*me Liborde. as
the most nr-m - neat of ihe day, and I3e world
renowned xeputttnn of Carl Formes as the greate t hv
losb-s-oa-m * a«r. tie Imams* seasatlnn
prtH,u-eitiyClsex:wdii«yTolce, hMhia this ciun.
iryaEdallovtrturope iadacedilr. Ullman to b*lrve
a commensurate wlh
the he*vy excesses of tiU uidertnki. g.
Carl vormei benr, lik* M mt Laoorde, <Qia'ly famed
SKCULAtt aswel aaofih* huhe»tsiyl-s
DEMAND HYYDN kni OHA Toaiod UF HAN
b^Su 11^11 CQ34bt cf SclecUans frcm ths
and Oratorio*,
17ALLAX, £SGUsI£ AJ/D GSJ2XA.Y MUSIC.
With a view of tffjr llw the public an to
MnS mat' the o w o f
alu.lclnwhichtncysuadun?pjroached.
St,ui - » uo =
PAMICULiR NOTICE.
J?. btulne 4lalmlr.lan tickets at the dcor are
entl'kdtoo.cdryallsujjsea's wblcnhavenctbeeose. ,
111:1 " Uw CHlel
«(,?7. 1 ?®- P n 3crlm P ,i J 1 , 011 , tb ® fe- the a*3a of
- " 4,1 Particulirs. will be duly mbiLhcd.
m i to t v cin
ECH.VXICS' INSTITUTE HALL.—
Career C«a-*e and Washington streeta cnooslte
tue court House. Ths Hall is one of the largest in the
•i'l ° e , flto tf y tocated. wed hghtad and every way ooa
.V e 11 long and eiahteen
feet wiiji*. The insiiwuj nuaioen over une Thousand
Membt rs. an-1, as rcaay are dal:y vuiunx tbe Institute,
near y tne whd« numoer may be at iit'ldor no expense
j^qre?i^ n \y t: G vrKS^ts:. 1 " t " ) liela ■'
2\.octton Soles.
GILBE R T k SAMPSON.
AT AVCTION,
Rich Household Fnrnitnre, Carpet 3 aad Silver
Plated Ware.
On THURSDAY aad PSIDAY Mornings, Mareb 17ib
ana l&tii. at 10 o clrct each tlair. w.il be sold at our asles
rooiea No. Lake street, a choice and beaatUhl assort*
me«t of every description cf
Parlor, Cctl-rc3ia aad Dlulng-rooni Fan!tire.
Rich Partcr Su ti In Brsca'.eileand Plush, elesant Bed-
J* m cults. Brf4S, Itaevrs, llaroieTjp lables, Book
Casta Psr or feasy Uock:n« Of.iirs. oit .mens, Beeep
t.oo flairs, Maliesiry ant Walnu*. French
MarMi-»oi» Buieausand Wisbiuodi, O rd and C-*nire
Tab.e*. Lcu'igea Wardrobes. Cherry and Wstql Waso*
si*r.^ s s «aUj ca es, Uaaaad Ualnut ilatenslon Dining
T* h'.e» ana C'.a'rs.
Very aligant Ve.vet, Biussets a:d Fnf-rtt^
V a rpcti tiff s,
Cut In cuiruit'.ej tt fuU nuto'-awr*. A chotc* and
be.m'fut a-uctlon ef 8 LVKvt'LATaD WAKfe. T h:—
Tr»«eiu, e. I'rsstr. and Tea Forks »»nd apwens.
Dltnerami eaFn vra. Napkin ftt gs, elcguit CatUrs
w.th i.ut Bo'.t<es, Wine Ciis ors Muinn Cover?, fruur
Uiahea, Jc, Ac. Mottof tne above (urolL»re *u made
by oueot t ebeitmacutacturera Is Ne-v York, and wi l
retoundsupencrto anjtnlns<»uer»d at auci'on in Us
cly * ... tilLßaitr A SAMPSON,
_ mhlo-3tc4.« Auctioneers.
Mortgage sale of horses, har
ness. C«>ria ev vp»cons Ao. to be at Aue
ii »n oy E. A. JEAStUat the dhermau House tßablea,
mihertirof tne Boermaa House, on FBli>AY. M«rch
o, IxU. a. W o'' iocv, tU Hones, 16 and Bug
aies. a L'irrUies, Ha-aesi Robes, Aa. Ac, By order of
Uie ilortiagee. Sale pojtive auit withou. reserve.
.. . K. A. JBJdCU Auctioneer.
mhlt-tdclO No. 106 Randolph street.
HILL & BWABEY,
aanssAi. auotionbsbi
_ AMD
Commission JVXerohants.
o-t Oesrbom Street 04
*uiadvane*on everyuvscnpiloo of goods cooaiined
tor Auction Sales. fW Strcily a Commission House,
kowatio hqx. lnu.3 IyJ sajiub. swasav
wsi. a. acTTaas. k, n. botcxx.
WM. A. BUTTERS & CO,
ATCTIONEE2S ASD APPRAISERS.
76 DEASBOair STKTET,
CNear the Pojt Office.) Chicago, Illinois,
advances on all kinds of Merchandise. *Mi
feMy-clil
i r or Sale.
Billiard taules for s^le.—two
Ua*n-o;ent Rosewood Tables, vith Pbeisn's
vusblons. bu-. little used, w.il be s id at a sairlhce if
called lor immediately. Cao be seen over Ely'* Clgthtsg
BVire, iK» tt.DdoJph »t e(t. or aucrexs UkA»Y. Uux
yost U3l;e.
Hotel for sale.—the houjE, fdr-
NITCRF. Billiard Tablo, ataMing aad on'.hemes
at complete and oicrdcr; als">, ahvtry stable. Tbe
hotel it uliy locat d at Loda, 111. mile# from
Chicago, on tbe I.L Ccutra! R. It. aaj now d.lng a good
tus cn Address Park's Hotel, Lodi lit.
_a.hl»dlwc4itf
t?ALE.—A RETAIL MILLINERY
-l_ and Trimm'n« Store Icr sale—do n< an excelent
caihbuslae:s—•lllbesuld cn eaty trrtcs. K'v further
particularsmquiroof 3. tt. WErdEBKLL,
mhiu-tw* No. S4 Lake street, (second tloor )
Pew for Sale.
OXE 0? THE FOUR LAB9EST PEWS
In
tn- Ce&tr* is offrred by th * subscriber (or sale, at
a Lvie discount from H* »< praised valae.
FIt.VMiLLN HAIHAWAY,
mh7.lm c3%2 At Office oi Ohden, Fleetwood A Co.
sale if applied for
immedlitely. a beaatlfcl Cottage oa Calumet av*
nueln tne Hoatn -.'ividtin, coata aiu* 4 rooms, witb a
v«rylow lease of srrundfor f> years. The lot Is Mxl'i,
an < tittefoily laid out with evergreens. Toere is alto
onthsprestaesan abuid>tace oi trait of all descriptions
The Horse Railroad will pass the durr before tbe year is
oat. «ppyu> Wr.J. HuODLE&t,
mV6Sw» "VjlljvvH
WTKAiI &AW MILL FOR SALE ClitAP,
Cj on easy terms, together with
3,600 lcrn of Plu Timber Lud.
Tbesubscriherhavforiala the above property which
wilt be sold at a bargain.
The mill Is nearly : cw. and It situated on Sturgeon Bay.
Wireocstn, L* a tiourtsh nz vilu«e. toe CouaCy Seat of
Door count*; anll.»o stuatec tliat vessels drawing W
feet of water can sail op to tbe Satil Dock and receive the
lumber. Le lamb well tlmb«*eda3d loits eonveni*nt
to the mill. an-< is well adapted fanning purposes after
toetimberbolf.
The suUcrioer be'ns uoacqualat/J with the lumber bus-
and be ng enguged In otn»r business isulsirousof
srltkg tbe nrupeny atthlstime There are about 4.1V0
legaon ths bank ol the Bay. whJ«h will be so!d wdh tbs
ouitr property.
Forturthar particulars please address or eall on
RAndots, B.vErLSrr a Co..
mh3-lm e£>3 No. 3> Lake street.
UOK SALE-THE SCUR, BaY fcTATE,
X. and the Bark WAVERLV. on toag time. For par-
Ucutws Inquire oi B. F. 1 AVIUBON,
fc!7 (Mo t apl 141 Sooth Watrr <
TpOR SALE, BY VAN INWAGKN & CO.,
_IJ Office No. A Dole's Building, Chicago, SL,
the following vessels:
Bchr. ROCKET, Clvo A L with a Btar, Ca laua.
.. JUiZV LOGAH, .. AL ..
.. &2KY EAGLA. .. AS SH ..
NIGdTINGtLE, .. Al, 400 „
.. WINCW-OF t a£WUi*D. Class A3 3tU ..
.. INTCRSaTIoNAL, .. Bl atJ ..
.. GERALDINtf, .. Kl, JUS ..
.. PETHRu .. B 2 *a ..
.. OURIGff. .. Al. 386 ..
.. CORRtNTHIAN. .. Bl .»» ..
.. EKA HIRO. ~ A S. Ml ~
.. STORM KING, .. A 1 ~375 ..
.. LIVE OAK. .. B 1 3l> ..
.. R£m& ..A 1 171 ..
VAN mWiOE .< k ca
Chicago. February 4.1859. ialtt>B7UiM
J^IHST- CLASS DWELLINGS JOE BALE,
Tmc XWO FIRST-GLASS DWZLUS6S
Now being Erected
On nnals y near Superior St^
Andtobe finished May Ist. Taese bouses are 36x16 feet
three jOT-cs. with basement, Milwaukee brick front,
built aad to be finished in the be«t masuer. The lots are
ti: fees deeo to an alley, and will have a good brick barn
on each. Persons purcnaauig can make such al*
teratloos as may be desired.
Termfavoraoie. Apply to BRAEJARH. 46 dark
ItrceU from 9 w 10 A.M.
Malt! Malt!malt!
1 R f)i >J i BU - KO. 1 CANADA BAB
lv»wvv LEY MALT-Jo store and for sale by
WHiTAKY A KIMBALL,
tsS Sra 137 Keotto «reeA
tJoarDiiig.
Ii 0 ARDING.—FIRST CLASS BOARD
) and p!easant rooma, either suites or single, at W
South Clark street. Transient Board at reasonable rates,
CAbT STEEL.—I 4, 5 lt> AND 3-8 INCH-
Squire. aid \ Round, received this
moronr, together -Ith a to :d stock of all sixes, constant*
ly oa hand ana lor low, b*
Pit AIT A WOFtCKSTEt, Agenfcr,
mhlt-lm e43 lift eouJi Water street
1 BBLS. WHITE WINTER
J. •" J " /\J Wheat Flour, for sale by
n>-2 J. >N>»W iu South Uearborn-st.
EXCttANUK.—DRAFTS ON
IO the Union Bank cf London of Pound aad a>
warda, available In aay oart of the Hoi led Klngttoa. foe
aaleby lf«aicig'*mj HOFFMANN k QALPCEI.
CIHEOKS OF THE ILLINOIS MUiUAL
J *IRI INSURANCE COMPANY wanted bv
feslctflim a ttkLPOKE.
Money to loan
At Tea p«Ce&t per Annuo.
ros nvn tsabs.
Cttj'Val but, and
COMMERCIAL MOTES WANTEIX
ffio REST.—THE N'KW MAHBLK FRONT
X Building No. ITQ South Oart street Four starisa
mbWV i Dearborn street.
NUMBER 218.
( Commission JHenfyonte.
nuxiiavi.
BROWN & BARBER,
PRODUCE, COMMISSION AND SHIP
PING MERCHANTS, and dealer* In UaH. Bu'«y.
•ad Eastern Hop* No, 7 Booth Clark street, (op-su'r*,)
Caicmo. Ilk mh3ly_
SAWTEB, PABTTPR & CO.,
cmiynit.AXi
Commission -llerchnnts.
353 4c 260 Soatb Water Street*
CHICAGO. ILLINOIS.
personal attention given to the sale of roar.
Grain. tn&m, Provision* deeds* and Country P*»dooo
generally. feia tun
EDWARD SACHET
/COMMISSION MERCHANT. 232 LIKE
_ and 347500 th V<MrftrNt< Adnoea nuule on
CossUnmente. WU !*ive his exclusive attention to the
nle andporensseo all kinds of Produce. Slock. Ac.
_ Refer to pvker Handy, Cashier Ocean Bank. New
York; B. P. Carver. Cashier Marine Bank, Cfticajto;
<*. 8. llavi Buffalo; X. I. Toiler * C<u !<«« Or.
leans. fcß cIM It
MUBHT VEZ.SOH
PRODUCE, COMMISSION k SHIPPING
MKKOHANY.
So. 6 HTPltrd'l Block, corner Clark and Sooth Water***.
for the FULTON STARCH WOHS3, Tulle a.
n. Y. (Laio Oiwmo River Starch Company.) They
mannactnro all kinds of pure Com Starch of a suoerlor
«uUty. Onion nldrtewd to M. NRLbON, P. O. WOO,
Wlilroocve pro apt attention. oqJblil ly
OEOHQE R. EOHXETT
(fOUUBLT CCXLXT. XOtgl A 00-J
Produce Commission. Merchants.
TJ AVISO PURCHASED THE INTEREST
JUL of axy partners In tne arm of Eckley, Morse A
<S7lwili ooatinuethe Prodnc* Uommmioo Wiiow oa
"JfS Office Ho. 7 Ponerty*s Bolldln*. comer
of Ctar* and ft Her street* Q«&. *. kOKLIiY.
Chicago. January **. la&J. ißau-wm-otu
CULVER &, CO,
Commission Merchants,
Ul* SoutU Wmter Street*
B. *. CuLTtt. a S. COLTB,
RIP A. WmjAjm w. D -^
WILLIAMS fc B0aaB?£ZO2IO
COMMISSION MKROHANT9,
STa., UUXSowh Wjtter street, second door
oj wreL* street BrMjM, slv« ibelr exclusive ftU«QlioD to
theMltf*rnJ:.Qtca4j"jofaJkiu,ljo: Produce. Sloe*. Ac.,
on Commission. CmJi adwuiees made oa mils ofLadin*
and propeity in »t°re. Refer u> <teu. Smith A Co.. Ma
nnecarLk.aad Geo. HUeje A Co. jalt) bwl ly
HTH AM WI£EI£B
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Corner of Clark ud South Water street.
HHEELEffi BDILDLNQwCp BTAZS&
Ohlcaso. pad bS6O 6qj. lUlaoli
1&&& • • Winter Amngimsat. • • 1859,
N. W. GRAHAM & CO.,
Tortearditig
SU;pia(ig«a(s Illinois Caitral BtUtaad, and
Wlurf But Praprlttora.
ULiNoia
WE HAVE JUST PUT DOWN IEON
i«pol Jo our »luif ltou.wi.leti emblem Io(oni«r4
Mihtto ud &wia ue mm ireiuden.lcti u4
vtinost tho expooro or liability to daman. auaToidabla
In inj otber metuodof b&adiliuc.
Wo iJk» BiT« prompt aod careful aa«QtloQ to "re-ahlp.
mesti or rtrer to Aulmlle, CtaoaTll'e.
WhaeUnjc, PltUbentb. New uneaneaml MemphX
Cairo. IlllnoU Dccgmber lMh. 136 d. dea b;?7 ?m
R. *• x i * a
00K51IISI0S ÜBHCHAIXI,
J OCiTSUL WIIAM. SOWALO. ». T.
>ptT4BC6.ly
TABS* WAiLfltt, OUMMISaiUA SSI;
AlffiUßß.
S(X7>SIAVSB gmp. NZW TO2Z.
WAXIxKK"& CO.,
HO. 17 BTATI
Oath Advances mado oa Prodoco In Btora, or tWrroa
to oor Hoqm In Nsw York. aplMy-&7
iimßLm i N 7 ri . B. wiixu.
sowaan WAixia.t wcw ¥ort «
FISH * LESTER,
■paODCCE & COMMISSION MEECHANT3
JL .14 Dearborn street* OhlcMe, HUnola.
UMh advaooeton t&lsmenta to mias U. /lib. B^jJalo.
rto X H- Vuatiao. fSnideot, Rvyaoldi. C»
k Cnlcaso. and A..v. Eutaphlavc-. Baffalo. aai.
VNDEBWOOO dc CO.
Commission Merchants.
152 8* Wmter Btr«»et, 7
■hiß , as.iif rnirAQQ.
VTTfi ARE PREPARED TO MAKE CA^U
If AbV.IN'CKSooUnuD loraUipmeni K*st, jivia*
be awaer orivilego oficllii.* io Uatt&lo or Sew Yurt in«
h<»iwn3«c.)tu;uia4iou. L'NOKKWOOI* Jt Ci»„
tefcMy;:i77 mH. fftißfiirtu
JUU£3S * 00, GOMMi&biOM MiiK
• elianta, eoncr of Boulft Water and Traakila
sireeU.
OHIOAPO .....n.MN'JL'JL
P. HttlBQH. mylO-llMy t. P TAYUiit
jfrOMajai aao. >
61to thtlr «xoUoiv« attention to the
PURCHASE AND AAL2
Ol yioar. Snun, and other Fioilxc,
o* ootDimnx
1tf.... Watoroor.
nog»t<ly moo. '
| J. J. UICHAKDS, '
PRODUCS COMMISSION MiIRCIIANT.
50. ls<»Sou W*(Aratreet. o'iicaso.
Ltbentl adTaner« madta oo rootisnmeiis.
J. 11. luutum.Cbtctfiu; J Vnua« Pr»n>.
B>»a. Ch)c»?<->; OeoW )oie. t'bica^n; Kiuut«y, llr«>
Ciiicaeo; Ko>ml ilooirm. Nuplen. Ill; Woodruil % «n.
ICew York; Heatof A WooriratT, Ht Louis; J 11.n.r»
Banker. SoHnefliW. T 1 : CS Dole. Ch<r«co. ai..v\v-iy
BAW\KIt» WAILi€K & CO., '
Commission Merchants,
NSW YORK. '
Ua4erwoo<t Sc. Co., ClUeaao,
•♦JS'kMr Ki»ril>.wMt
jpQititular Sgoticcs.
ONET TO LOi.N' OX REAL F.ST.VTI:
8fca»1»le» In luma o'#l,ooo anrt opuards, ran.
Andy to B. ARMSruONO.
mhlSlwclU No. bo Clara street
N'OTICK.— ALL AGENTS FOR THE
sa2»o* UieSt'ck of *.be Dement Ralldina AmccU.
Uoq will rMvD U<o s\me or proceeds of sales by the HiU
of Apiß ifsit Uin'endtd toUave adraitln« oroiTikloa
oa the IMb of April.
mhll lm CIIA3. DEMENT.
ANTED .—TO EXCHANGE
200 ACBES OP PINE LAND,
In Michigan, for
Chicago City or Cook County Property.
mh3 lw* Enquire at 24 Clark itre»t.
AMEETINO OF THE SHAREHOLDERS
of and Vaoafac'urlpg CiO'paoT.
will bo held ai ihe olllce of Aodrew 11. Groin, No. \ I
Wall street. J -oncty c»urt 1q tbo cl'y of Yotk. ca
the sth dsy oi April oext.l»W at 1J o'elaek 0000. To
aonoal m«etln« of the btockholders f uld corepKny
will be bed a', the f alii office oa tae 1 iTa-st'ay of .lua-«
next at 1J o'clock at to n. a* tt»l h
time and i lice an election of a President tod cUht Di
rector* of the laid C mpsoy »IU take i«.a:e.
By order nf theßoam o> Itlnst r*.
mhiaa)i-eC4 "EO. ESCULaKLLBg3. President.
"VTOTICE.—THE iVX.NCaL MEETIMJ
JLI of the Stockholder) of the Chic ax o Firemen's
insoranco Comoany will be belt at t.e ttflie of ?<u<t
Company on TUKiDAY. th» i6(h day of March,
for tbe election of nine Director* for the eniulng year.
mh7.lot&bd 0. W. BOLDEN. tfec'y.
CLOSING OUT BUSINESS—E. W. HUIV
CHINGd. Baod"lph str«et. will sell tbe whoteof
his lanra stoc« of rich Furniture at less th*o co«t (
between this and the Ist of May. to close tbe Durness.
Every uleee U fully «ariaated, nod all nwd< In Ms own
manufactory, 4"ft tiron •»aj, N. Y. Call and ex<mln- be
fore eljewhere. tahi-lcM-jH.
TRIPP, HALE, & CO.
General Patent Office Depot,
NO. 100 BTBSST. CHICAGO, ILL.
THE SUBSCBIBEB3 BEQ LEAVE TO
Inform the pobUo generally, that they have op«ne4
their office at tae above place for the tr aniactloa of a
GKNKBAL PATENT AGENCY BUSINKSd
Bis their aim to keep on hand, at all times, for exhibi
tion and sale, as tanre a variety as pomble of patented
articles ofthe latest andmoetosefalinveetlons: and they
will take treat pleatore In reoelvinx visitors who may
wish to examine their articles, whether wlta a view of
purchasing or not. , _
Tbeofllce la tnrown open as the headr»nartem of Inven
tors who may wish to duoose ofvhelr Improvements: and
the preprietorsrespectftilly Invite Inventors and aflxan*
to call opon them at their pUaaece, Patent* obtained on
iflMfnioni f.» terms, and with the least
possible delay. The undersigned will keep thorouahlv
posted np In all tbe new patcnu lamed at Washington, acd
will receive and sell on commission all classes of oseiul
and patented articles, tocether with individual. County or
Btate rUhts to use and sell the same. Care will be taken
to receive no patented article or rltht for sale that Is not
poaessed of cenolne merit; it belnc the oqtpom of the
maintain »>-h nr «yM>»r »nrth»tha entire coalldenco
afallwhoma*wiihtoDorchasenewanJ nseful Improve-
TBIPP. HALS A CO..
80. 100 Lake Btreel.
mnocv
Win. Jones, No. 818o»uner rtt. Bo*onr p. H. ?le!d h
Co- Kilby bt- Boston; James U. Milk BL. Boston:
Bowen A 7J Uie St.. Uhlcaso: St.JO. GUman A Co.
1M Booth Water St, Chicago; Hon A Ptcroe » »tato
Bt.. Chlcaco; A- J. Murphy. Burllnaton. Vt.: J.
Mlraa Peck.AlbanyTN. Chariee Vro.
Y. noi<j>*>My
ike's peak.—parties fittisg oct
for Pike's Peak would do well to supply thesuelvee
with
C&J.CKBRS AND HARD MRS AD
At Thomas Thomson's Steam Bakery,
453 State and 17 Cluk streets
The Crackers are mads of thebest material the mvket
ean inrnlah. and manufact red to keep any re.sonabio
leoithof Ome, and carenuly packed In barrelsand hoxrs.
Theattentloaof woolfstle dealers la city couttnf
is resDccUttlli called to the abote.
TUOMAS THOMSON.
Socceswr to i homson A Anures,
Mffpaaim «6b Slate and !7Cla*k-s<s.
FAiucEa'a union fibe insukanck
CO. Capital and Surplus S. 30,000
coHHicncnT icutval uf& era. Co.
AoooJie4
JNa B, ACXLIY. Aaeut,
No. 4 MssonloTemhle. <%lca«ok BL
fatMABINEand 'or an;
amount des.reo at reasonable rales In
imuwu
OLD MIXED AND PRINTED BATI
{X
bu. navy white soup
m.£\ l\J and Beans.
i. SNOW. 10 Sooth Deatbon-eL
10BSST, F3ODUOB AMD
CO¥IfTMTOJ IQECHIST,
]W«ht all kinds of Hour and feed, and Coentty ?re
dace. Wholesale and Retail. _
MndailKlnale. oornsrof Woloottstreet.Chleaco,lH.
FooraadPeedaeUvwredto anyvart or the elty~free oi
• mrfl.vlaHy
Malt for Sale.
HAWLET'3 DETBOIT MALT.—(MADE
Otots iMOmdißiiiir,) mi rttaW.J» ft.
manufacture of Leger tteer and stock Ale, Ja now k« pa
for sal* bv A. T. aPBNOtft A CO.. coraer dl South W%>
tcr and Lasalle Areet* Chlea«o.
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