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Special Notices.
E3£
'■* A Friend in Need. Try it.
DE. EtTEErs ISFiIXIBU: LTSTMEKT li oro
r«M<l from the redpo of Dr. Stephen Erect of Con
hecuent, the creat bone-setter, and hu been tued In
hdcprncUeefortho Inn twenty yenn with the meet
astonWdng fuecea*. Asm external remedy It U with
oot a rival, and am alleviate pain more speedily than
any other preparation. For all Ilhentnatlc and Ncr*
Yon» Disorders It js tnily Infallible, and as a curative
ft>r Sores, Wound*, Sprains, Borns, Its poo tiling
healing end powerful strengthening properties, cxdte
the jaw wonder andastonlslnncat of all who have ever
given It a trial. Over four hundred certificates of re
cures, performed by It within the last two
years attest Ibis fact. For sale by J. H, JOHNSON*,
OeneralAgtnl, to State street, Chicago, and by all
Deal era. no23*Coweow-ly
Cs?"* The Female Organisation is of
ten aifrtß as that of ateadcr flower. Many of the ux
enter Into marriage relation* without being , able to
Undergo the tabor and trials'of maternity. In this
conasty thousands of young and beautiful woman are
sacrificed every year frjm this can«* alone. IiOQTET
TEC’S CELEDUATKO STOMACH BITTEUS will
save many of this clast from an untimely grave. Tills
tnedldne has been used with great benefit by Immense
number* of people throughout the republic and the
proprietors bare received grateful commendations
from all wcUons of the country. The Bitten will bo
found to be very pleasant to the taste, even as a bevrr
age. and prompt and powerful in !u effect as a modi,
cine. It Infoees new vitality into the frame, and
strengthens the whole system, so that women who use
it are enabled to go through with labors which, with
out It, would bo certain to prostrate them.
Bold by all druggists.
SS'?'" Greeley’s Bourbon Billers.—
Those popular Bitters posse s» all the nonrUblnj and
Invigoratin' properties of Pcrb Old Borneo* Whilst,
and are comlJernd the most efficacious Toxic and
Em.'TrtsjfT| as well as tbs most agreeable Stomachic
ever offered to the pnblie. As a tonic for Old People,
delicate Ladle®, convalescent Invalids, and all weakly
people, they cannot oeanrpapsed; In all c&soe of Weak
dcm or debility, they will give Immediate relief, and
impart a strong healthy tone lo the system. A trial
will •rtAhllsSi their merits over all other Tonics now In
tin;. For Lrso Cosrbauirs. Br.oscums, I)rjtpEK»i*,
Jvturocs DifuieKs ami Tjvtc Complaints, they are an
Invaluable remedy, and are a certain preventive of
Cißu9and Fcvaas.
Put np la Qoart Dottle*, la ease* ofoao and two
dozen, and for tide by Druggist* and Grocers every,
vbw®.
W. r.JU,W. CIiEnLET, Proprietors, Ne. 2S Tre
mont street. Boston, Maw.
J. H. JOHNSON, General Agent,
No. TO.Etete street, Chicago.
_E,r*. LANDON, Agent. tp27i?)-dawly_
C 3?“ Lyon's Knlharion for the Hair.
Nothin; has ever beea.niadc which has given snch uni
versal satisfaction. It restores, preserves and beauti
fies the 11 sir, and Impart* *> delightful odor. If yon
wish a fine, healthy head of Hair, try It. Sold every
where. for 23 cents per bottle. dctrCMm
who arc curious to wit
tts* the wonderful perfection to which A. OhsxaMt,
(late manager nt Batchelor'*, N. T„) lias bronght ttie
manatictare of Wigs and Tonpecs, are Invited to vl lt
Lie Wig and Hair Dying Hoorn?, at No. 100 Lake street,
and examine the*o cordons prod action* of art. No
terutlßv can detect t he erttndalfronj tho satcrahwben
adjusted to the head.
£2T* Kennedy’s Medical Discovery
core# ScronslaT
Kennedy's Medical Discovery rnres Eryrfpslai
Kennedy'* Medical Discovery cures Canker
Kennedy* Medical Discovery cures NundntcSora Mth.
Kennedy's McdicailUscovery cures llumor of the Kid*
Ktauvdy'* Mcdlra! Discovery cures Scald Head.
E>nu**iy*i. Medical Discovery cun* KnimlnyorthnEar
Kennedy's Medical l*l-covery cures Ulcem d Sore Lea
Kennedy** Medk-al Jdscovcry cure# Lepra,
Kennedy** Medical Discovery cures Uhunmatlftc.
Kennedy** Medical Ukrnvcrr cures Salt-IDieum. •
Kennedy's Medical Discovery cares Dyspepsia
Kennedy** Medical Discovery Ululate* tlic Unwell
Kennedy's Medical Dt-covcn* Regulate* Uic Kidneys.
Modlcr.l Jdvco very Regulate* th« TJvcr.
Kennedy's Hcdlcal Discovery Lin cured Dropsy.
TTtjen you *re Firs, and do not know vlml Hie mailer
», perhaps you Lave on Inward Lnnmr. Try Kenned V*
Medical Discovery.
Vormlelifall t»ra^gtiJ»,
itiiisic gtorcs.
JUDSOK HIGGINS,
A.
iO Clark street, near Lake, Cbtcaga, HL.
PUBLISHES OF SHEET HUSIC,
Dealer la
PIANOS AND MELODEONS,
AHD ALL SIXDS OF
MUSICAL ISTSTTfc’
The bett of ITALIAN STRINGS constantly on hand.
PIANOS TO KENT.
Tuning and Impairing done at ahert notice, AH or.
ders addressed to A. JUDSOX HIGCINn. 49 Clark
atrect. Chicago, Ilk, wll! receive prompt aUentlon.
aoCGCdy
TV. KDIBALL,
DEA-.J X. IN t f£ Til
PIANO FORiES AND HELODECSS,
No. 09 Clarii Street.
TT A T iLSTT, DAVIS Sc CO.'S
Premlom piano Tone*, which have hero awarded
thirty-two First premium in Gold asd {silver
Geo. AFilnce’s Melodcoa*. Pianos to Beat. Apply
at Music Store, I*9 South Clark etrnct.
T ARGEST WHOLESALE
Xj bovbs Cf
Musical lastrunicms and Strings.
JTJUXT3 7SS,
00 South Clark. Street, Chloaso,
Idflnnfirtnrec ami Imyintter ol Mtißlral Icitlnmxeot*
Mid tsCliDzs, having coan*“Cllon with maonlkcturlfg
bootee In hcrlln. L**ip*itt. Dresden, mill I‘urts,
It prepared 10 funiUti I)<s!«'n>. Hands und Individuals
with every arUcle In their line.
AT THE LOWEST NEW YORK PRICES,
J. PAPER.
Drums and dua s s
INSTRUMENTS.
JtLItS MAUGR,
HANUTACTUREB OF
DRUMS AND BRASS INSTRUMENTS.
90 South Clark Street) Chicago,
[QCl3d.Ji9.ly3
H WORCESTER’S IMPROVED
• riANo-roirriA
Manufactory and Pairs Booms. Fourtrrrth Street,
• - rorncrTldrrt Avenue, New York.
Fora quarter of a evuturv tfm trc.:rumcnU resnn
tetured at the above establishment have ranked
anion" tlio flr*t in the country. Ihclr durability,
otrtmgth and dellrarv of lone and touch an* bhrli.y
approbated bv ull wli*» have pivro them a ihoronpi.
triU. The proprietor, by Rlvinj: (:ta reraonal attenliou
to the lum.uraclurc efe».t-h Instrument. in ull Itad*-.
tall*. la conbled to puar«nt«« superior excellence r.'.d
retlabllllty la every rerpeet. locCdUM4PH
Dodavortits music sxoß'Tv
No. G Astor Place, N. T.
Publisher and Dctfrr In Foreign and American Mr.-
irte Inetruiucuwaud Mnrica) MirrbandUe. Songs m-1
C«jiupo»lU'*n» f-»r lljc ri*uo l ono by tin* I>e*t nm'-urs;
B»crtid Atsil Organ Muric; Danre and Million' Murlc
l-ir the lltuo-Kon* 1 . seat by mall, portage five, irtnin-a
laaebcseallU’lcadof rlmnfi.*). Caulo~uwu>f Mumc
f.'r'Jiraw lUndA Quadrille llundM. nuall or large Or
chestra*. l*rlco 11-i of i?ra»s ln*tnmicnt« t-ent ou op
tima, tlon. Tiu* “douniul forPrae*Bands,*' anew jhiU
lleoUon of Hand Mu-lr, li*v.cd on Uic lirii ofeaoii
noit-Ji: little No-, M
••Comijamuu, couiaimag M*run.»«, aioclrya. ic, Price
S-leMOi number. - The lu-trunirmal porta In thus-;
woika are corvette and ready for performance.
WBI “ * UAftVUTII. DODWOTR,
Director of Dodvorth*a Bund.
ocS&S-So
3=2E ant 3=ar.
AND
du. c.u)\n:i.L,
Oer»XTOB O* TB>
AXB
BVi«
ForDca: < ea, XiUndnesA, and all defect* of slcLt and
fceoria Jir. C. la a regularly educated pbyelclsn. and
hat Total twenty years of lib pruleto-lousl lllr r.x.
- -steely lothc trcatinoniofdl#e**oaoril»*i Kyeand Far.
‘ Vw* v'o charge made tor &u examination or opinion,
aud no tec required for unsuoccaetul aenlcea.
DIC C * i>WKI-L'S 'treatise on tiie Fye and Car. (CM
m-q. 5Ui). containing mt-rcncea. testimonials,
!«: had in-ati» on uppucation, iKwUge leu cents, Ad*
dreasS» Kaodolpb street, Chicago.
T GUIS 31AUSS,
, rBACTSCAI. OPTICIAN.
**a Sorrn Cure Brrfrr 70
OriO'ile Ote Court llon«>.
TAMt Trench Crrsinl and Brasilian Pebble Fpectaclee,
Mn * lye Ulw-osOpraOlasse*.
MICROSCOPES. TEL K3COPE 8,
Mathematical lu»tn:mccu. etc* etc* constantly os
Land. All kinds nt Instruments and spectacle* re
paired. an«l slaves Ism rind Into old frame*. Its
sUtnni)iug.
QJvS WPE ASD FIXTURES
Brown ic "Wilder,
47 A 40 State Slate ----- Up-Stalr*.
COBSCEUCS ± SJAKCITS. PHILADELPHIA.
CAS FIXTURES.
The rlcbcrt fifsortment la the dry, eomprtriaff ah
late paitekss.
{ynt discount from list price*. Fitting 20
perpoond. - _ sel.aSiT.Jy
T> D. MeFARLANE’S
G-as, Steam Pitting
AM
PLUMBING ESTABLISHMENT.
5. la Sails Stmt, Clilcaso,
OT.’ifn nf
■ tM fixtures aed isw fcexitiihe,
jr* cTI r.»i PZ.VWJSEH,
And Bannlbctarer of
axl kinds op steam itobk*
TO THE TRADE i
Tb. tnfle »11» tool. u. rrnr lo the
r,iC tSi lililei: »nd K.OUt!!ns
*^ r MMu£ow“ry I«° ■ EMt VMblatloe dreef.
331)gsiriang.
FF. DeDERKY, M. D., Home
• ornithic PlirsleUn, Burgeon, Ac., Having co
loved an LUropcaa medical education, with a practical
ttipcricr.ee In ihl* couairv. the Doctor, led* confident
ue'can give entire satlxfoodon In the treatment ol all
curable dUeasc*. Acute and Chronic. .
Office Hour* till fi a. *. and I to «r.n. and ail hoars
cfulght a his realdoocc, M West It-nJolph #lrset,
ttMAoWte _
Strain Bar SSlorks.
*VTE\Y YORK STEAM DYE
WORKS.
WST*. TEBBUBT,
t rJi South dark street, between Madisos andMocroe,
Chicago. Illinois., _
Tjrrx and deeper of *ll kinds of 6Uk and Woolea
- Also, btraw Bounce lilcachcr and Prcxser.
State uxfl coontrT Vork punctually attended to.
T- . • . --.tapircalyj
T?A2s T CY STEAM-DYE WORKS
J?) OF SIDNEY KAUSH. a
Ko.xC Sontb Gark «Oreou between Mocrpc ood Adams,.
• Otiroao.Tl’lnol*.
1 have beenwarded the First jTemlua tt the lata
AU.coagtri'prd«ilby;exprttistrtcuj*u
ijapncg gnfr Sxcliangc.
gXCH AH 6 E OX
s. TfKWTORK and'BOSTON,
granted by * “ TJEXJ. p. QUUIBT & CO-,
ocl"-CSS-lr Commladoo Merchant* No.IWH B.W. at
WA XT E D.—IL K. SWIFT.
JOUKSON & CO'S
CERTIFICATES WANTED.
DAVENPORT, ULLMAVX ft CO,
naiygMy MOart street
OX E Y T O L O'A X
CHICAGO CITY PROPERTY, ■
Or on Good Improved-Faj mi in this Stato.
„ __ CHAMBERS, I KK St CO,
nuSIcOIS-Cm 121 Lake street
'J'ELEGRAPIIIG EXCHANGE
. On Now York.
•Draft*. Acceptance nnd Note*, paid In NewTork
on thp Cay of uiaiuritv, nr last day of rnvcp.amlmonpr
foracrotmt In Hie dtr nf Srv Tort, and
f'Mit to cities la tbe vicinity or Nov York, oatelo.
Er.ipUc orders. EMERY COIIIU
•'PIS.I)«<9jS Telegraph OOce.
TiTOXEY TO LOAN.—In Sums
i’ 1. not to exceed sl/4)0, on Tanas In RUnoU,
w Jliln one Lcodrrd niD*-> of Chlcaro.
. _ G ROUGE W. NEWCOMA,
ooWiSMail No.S9Doaybontßt.l!ooioß.CUlcafO.
IVf OX E Y LOANED
-* “A. Ob first-da?*eecmitle* at tha
Banking Office of TTm. 11, Ktce Si Co.,
No. 63 Clark Street.
Three to live years* Loan* at lOver cent. Btiortlhu
prrdjwonnted. CasliadvanccsonWarehooscßecelpt*.
JF* Cltyj>url|» wanted. nrv29-c155-ly
dcl2-2w
T.j'OJl jrOSEY TO MAS
On Beal Estate SecnrttJea Is Coot sad &4tolsiog
Couatli*,
ERNST PRUSSINC,
Dealer in Portion Exchange*
MOTET A.VD REAL ESTATE BROKER,
Ag«it for the British Commercial Life In
surance Co., and Notary Public.
No. G - - Lamion Block - - Ko. 0
LO.J-iy N. K. cor. of.Clark and Washington he.
JAMES D. SJIEIiMAN.
SAXKKC, SHIPPHG JLVD COMBKCnv,
No. 12 Slate Street, tp Stairs.
Cash advanced on an kinds of pr-'r-f-i, / onslgncfl
for sale or shipment.
Ciifh advanced on Bills of Lodi ~ rnd Warehouse
Bscetpts.
EXCHANGE BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Hoc*** 1 o rent. Lot* on tea** on longtime oc Plate
Kreet, V»'abath. Sflchlgaa and Indiana Avenues. Also,
on the Wr*t Side.
Hotel on Clark »trcctto rent cheap to a good tenant.
A imwt desirable reiideace to exchange fur nupro.
li'teUvc property,
tfc" Credits gives on New York and Boston.
[oc2o:tWiJsml
Business (Cariis.
pIIARLES ]?. WAITE,
KJ ATTORNEY AST> COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
128 Clark Street, Chicago.
TarHenlar attention given to tho law of real estate
and t<> the collection of claims within ths Pta’e of
Illinois. dr My
"PAVSOX & REYNOLDS,
j. ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
80 * ■ Starborn Street • - - 80.
ccocaEFiTOftr wa. c. zrrseLM.
CHICAGO. ILLINOIS.
KErf^.r.'-Tc*.—-T>jtiol(K ny ft Co., J. n, Bnreh ft Co.,
CMcasot Vim. b. Heynolduft Co., boston; John M.
Atwood, f>u., Philadelphia; Messrs, Springer ft While
. n»n. H. s. J/llommcdlcn. Ffui..Clnrumuii: Jnlm An
drews, Board of Control I>. W. Destrier,
president, Colaiubtw, -O.; Z.S. lllvft Co„ Georce Etc
rhon««n, Fdward Iderrepont, J>q.. New Yorfc;
JMo. In* Hurls, lloa. Anna J. barker. Albsnv, V. T •
John <S. fleshier, K»q, Bathilo. JclS’6o4y
piIAWFORD, SHARP & CO.,
\J IMPORTERS AND DEALBRS In Crockery,
otawt nml China Tublo Cotlcrv, Looking Css.
t.-m end Lriilah Were, No. JW L&ko street, Chlraco,
lUluola, naklWS-ly
oeffSO-ly
ITXOX,-EUSTACE & HEED,
ax attorn t» at law,
130 • - • Clar i Street • - - ISO
Between Washington andMadlsoa, Chicago, EL
Jcxrrs ks'ox. souk v, mtrica. m« a. »—■»
[«U •au.jyj
QPIES & BURT,
O COUNSELLORS AT LAW.
13 • • Chestnut, North Side, - m ?S
Between Third and Fonrtb Kts,. St, Loch, Mo.
Mr. B. 1« Notary PubUc aud Oottmhulocer of Deeds
f -r every Slate In the Union.
Refemic* * la Chicago—Serin* & Bras*.
TLKUKfcICKtPJEA. ÜBl4y-VlSs] CALTT3 C. SCXT.
Stationers, &c.
/BARTER & STONE, Dealers in
BAGS AND PAPER,
Sostt Canal Street Chicago, El.
J. T. Cactia. R. n. Bto.sk;
Cash paid for all Ur.di cf Cotton and Woden
ael*£o4y
OUTLER & MUST, 48 Stato-St.,
A-J hbycLOWoahaadthefoUotvingeiresofprintii'g
JSXI7 IRrtS SQx« StxJO Kzii ZZsZ 3
-'in 23s u VisSl 255T7 STiil 23 gg
»:sn 24xSt 231£3 2SISS 20x37
Ant! nr*’. rec<-ivhi;nl=rrewsortmenlof HOOK PAPER,
aoco reams of Wrapping l*apcr, of different blrca.
rraun Matiillft rto.
200 reams Cap and Loiter, and a general
of Printer’s Ststloarrr.
1,090 krg« nr Mather’s crlfliratedßookandNcwslnk.
All of Widen will be sold fur cash at the lowest poach
ble ratca.
itliiw Sif Cash paid pjr Rag*. - *s
DA. IXGKRSOLL,
• Bulks Book Masttactchew.
ROOK BINDER AND RULER,
I»tn to raarmfacture Blank Books of
ever) 1 doKcrlpiloQ. rtilod and honn<l to auv d(*irvd pat
vrltli <«r without prlnifd heading*. 'Bardctilarat
unilon ptsld toordcivlrotii CountvOnirrr*, Bank*. &r.
BUI Hoad*, letter Head*. Nilophtg Bills, ftc.. Butt'd
sr.d I’rtctcil to order, Mngazlntas per odicats, etc.,
b uind In any kt vl<*. old Book* bound ami re bound.
All kinds of Prlatlug done with nr:itnc>'s aud dispatch.
Tunas mod'rale. NO. 13d LAKK hTUc.LT.
Norliiuast corner of Clare, tcuiraueeoa Clark* reel J
PueU)ilic»- iKt ’KJ, mrS4Ll9:.l»j
jfor pike’s
CT. JOSEPH & HIKE'S TEAK
o
Tran*porfa!l«>n Line.
A. T7AEHEH & CO.,
General Freighters to tho mines,
•TOBAOE, FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
HEKCIIANTS,
AV> have Trnlar.leavlns Joseph weeklv through
cottheteur. f«.*r all parts la the mince, and can give
r-irxlca nnarial facilities fur "vUluz out IVclzlit with
dt-pateli aud at rrainnnble mics, AU goods snipped to
< or rare, dr-lined forth** mine*, wilt no promptlv at*
trniledlo. Warehouse on tflxlh £tre*t,
A. WAKKK.N* & CO..
ao2XC3.IT bt. .toseph, ilo.
H-UXS !—GUXS !GUXS!! 1—
Gtinr. Ittttni, Pistols; Coifs, At- _
en't, Sharp*-*, amt rverv variety of
toh«r. liowlt Knives. lent*. Picks,
Shovels, pj*iM*olrt locales, l;laiikcta.utid
all kinds of r.dacr* tools; powder. Shot,
< np*.audnmmuuUi«)itvcu(*rally. Aircalty' a
lor St. lx>uh< Shot. hole ACfi:t tor Rax.
lrd'» Powder. UIIU.X. AJiUkv Js«iLak-+t. »j£l?
Bcntisls’ (Carts.
Ytmj.lAM ALUAUGII.ggS^
* ' DEXTI^T,
?« \rnsr randolph-st., Chicago 4*j
t*9tt OCcc Dox SST.
recmAyl
AW. FRI£K3IAN,£^^
* OKXTIST, Zjjfyy&l
103 Waamsarox Stnnrr, Chicago. 103
Just east of Clark Street.
Jfo charge foi an examination or ttnsaceenfcl work,
ocycojj-
B JLTt.
TYILY DRIED CORY 3IEAL,
i-V FalrCeM WlUa.— soo b’j’.B cl thli celebrated
brand la ttcro and for sale br
BEDFORD. MEREDITH * CO*
laireo-ir Ku. siu south Wat <r tt
DU U Y E E & FOESYTU,
ilacnfacinrlus Company
SCALES
fuse * urnoLAB rm
S j9l Z 1 B
Wtrtboose Trades,
Tcvrt. Siiffir Mini. &(
A. K. fiTENCER, .
©c'Tdvt-f.m IS
M'CHCUCK’S Jb.
i’mi'iiai Scales I |j 1
Kanarictnrcd bj M
IDAHS ft EUCHCOCE, iA 1 *"
89 S* Canal-M., Chicago*
kinds of Scale* Repaired,
HOWE’S STAXD- jw
AED SCALES. Vp^?
TUGS. S. DICKESSW, ■ | *
So. ttWsbafhATcnce, Chicago, 111 VSIzS^SsfL
Weigh out «f Level. JTo Check
Reds, Ail rrtcUoa received on fiy
BtOle scl*liOJr w • 'W
T>UPXURES CURED
Xl» ur THK Hf
hard Brccr-u niccs rurfs.gk 1
TUI* Tm« !i unlike *ll ethers
nwJ, both to construction and mate
rial Doc* not con,tantlv prr*« on the rupture, and
thereby give a call for a tru** far llfo, like moat trassca
In u»*.Uut prices in four place*, bringing the part- to
prthcr. giving nature a chance io enrv, which it d>*s
In nearly all rates. Ikh> not press UPON THE CO!tl>.
or obstruct circulation; never tolls nr corrode*, and la
alwayi dean and new. Young .persons and rrrt-nt
case* always cared. I'hyalrtana mt Jt is the OVLT
PHILOSOPHICAL THCbS LN USL. None bat those
who have soffcml wtlh the rr.lsorv of rupture can ap
preciate the value of the -Higgs Truss.” Au Illustrated
liaranhlehcioiualulus an particular*, *ent free to any
one. uy ad(lrc*Jng L It. SEKLFT.
Etelorive and Pole Agent for the Western Slate*.'
Office W» Lake street, I'Oet Office box 4.533, Chicago,
Jlllial*.
Wholesale trade enppbad at New York price*.
irumiy
Vetoing fHacijincs.
AfETROFOLITAN SEWING
JLvX itACimfE-Mannfactoredby
DIL H. S. PAYNE,
Ko. 64 North D*jarborn at Salesroom at the Boot and
Shoe Store, No. IAS Lake et, (3d Ooor.) •
Sewing Machine Agenti Wanted
To crcry county thronghout the States, to sell U. 8.
Pitnk*B Mett:oi*oi3T»» DomurLocr. Khisnc. Taft
Omovck & HacekV Snrca K ivilt 6cwt«o Macbika
the same for which Leads Cornell has acted as Agent
for the last few weeks.
The machines are adapted to eh varieties of work,
Clvlng-perfert satisfaction, and are warranted equal to
-any respect to those selling at a Uglier price. A Urge
per ccntago Ulowed. and great Indueemesta to enter
prising and efficient Agnus. We also have Blake ft
Johnston’s Improved Latent Adjustable Hvmraer.
Address, or call In person upon DB. li. H.
F. 0. Box 5303, Chicago, HL uSHIOCm
Apply to
Scales,
trusses.
Cjjitajjo Critmne.
MOOTAY, DECEMBER 17, 1800.
Dally Arrival and Departure of mall
Train*.
Trains Depart. Mails Close. Trains Arrive.
EAST.
MICHIGAN SOUTHERN.
C.OOa. m. 10.00 p.m. ' 10.80 a. a.
C.30 p. m. 4.4 r, p. ro. 11.00 p. m.
MICHIGAN CENTRAL.
C.ft> a. in, 10.00 p. m. 10.20 a. m.
6.20 p.m. 4.45 p.m. 11.00 p.m.
PITTSBURG, ST. WAYNE AND CHICAGO.
«50a. m. 10.00 p.m. 6.00 a.m.
6.80 p.m. 4.45 p.m. 8.30 p.m.
SOUTH AND WEST.
CHICAGO AND ROCK ISLAND.
9.45 a. m. 8.00 a. m, 5.45 a. m.
11.45 p.m. 0.00 p.m. '6.15 p.m.
DIXON AIR LINE.
11.40 a.m. 30.90 a. m. 4.10 a.m.
9.00 p.m. i;.»mall. 3jlop. m.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL—Branch.
9.15 a. m. 8.00 a. to. 5.20 a. m.
8.00 p.m. 8.30 p.m.' 8.40 p.m.
BURLINGTON AND QUINCT.
7.15 a. m. 4.00 a. m. 5.45 a. m.
11.45 p.m. 9.00 p.m. 5.12 p. m.
ALTON AND ST. LOUIS.
0.13 a. tn. 8.00 a.m. 5.20 a.m.
S.Wp.m. 7.30 p.m. 8.40 p.m.
NORTH AND WEST.
GALENA AND CHICAGO UNION.
11.40 a.m. 10.00 a.m. 3.43 a. m.
8.30 p.m. 7.00 p.m. 3.40 p.m.
NORTITWESTEEN.
12.S0p.rn. 11.00 a.m. 6.20 a.m.
6.00 p. m. 4.50 p. m. 5.00 p. m.
jm.WAiinjE.
4.00 a.m. 11.34 p.m.
11.00 a.m. s.C<op.m.
7.45 a. m,
12.8<) p. m.
OWES MEREDITH’S LAST.
There is nearly always la young Bolwer'a best
poem® a trace of Tennyson. This traoc-ls very ob
vloca in tho last poem l>y Owen ileredilh. in the
Cornfilll iloQaz\m for November. Indeed, In gene
ral sentiment nnd thought, or passion and imagi
nation—for it has both—the underneath poem
sounds like a sort of epitome of Lockslcy Hall.
Bat It is beautiful, whatever model may have
shaped its inspiration:
THE DYING AND' DISAPPOINTED POET."
O woman-eyes that have smlcd and smiled, O wo
mau-ltpa that have lei-*
The life-blood not of my h- why thns forever
do yon peM-t,
Pressing oat of the d::rl; n.l r;»a::J, to bewilder my
dylnghoura
With yonrghoptly so.-> ■; -brew'd front tin; breath
of your poison Jlo'vers ?
Still, though the idol be broken, I tee at their an
cient"revel*.
The riven altar round, como dancing tho self-sane
devil*.
Lrnle cnrrltc, lente enrrite, noctia eiiui I -
Linger a little, O Time, and let me bo saved ere I
die.
How many a night ‘neath her window have I walk’d
In 1 lie wind and rain, .
Only to look at her shadow Beet over the lighted
-pane:
.Mas! *twa* the shadow that rested,‘twas herself
that fleeted vou -ee.
And now I nm dying, I know it—dying,' and where
Is rfie!
Dancing divinely, perchance, or over her soft harp-
strings.
Using the part to give pathos to the little now song
. that she sings.
Bitter i I dare not be bitter In tbs few last hoars
left to live. ■
Needing so much forgiveness, God grant me at
lea-t to forgive.
There can be no t-pacc for the ghost of her face
down In the narrow room.
And the mole U blind, and the worm is mute, and
there znut-t be r«r§t lu the tomb.
And just one failum mure or lee# to a life that
seems to be
CVTbile 1 licluokiDgKpnnlt, as a bird on the broken
tree.
She hover* about, ora making wing for a land of
lovelier growth,
Brighter blossoms, and purer, air, wunewbere Jar
off in the South).
Failure. crowning failure, fallnre from end to end.
Ju.t one more or lees, what matter, to the many
no grief can mend ?
Not to know vice is virtue, not fate, however men
mar rate;
And next to title. I held that man to be but a cow-
ard and n slave
Who beare the plngae-spot about him, and, know
ing it.rhrink or fears.
To brand It out, though the burning knife ehould
hiss iu Ms bear la hot tears.
Bell have caught the contagion of a world that I
never loved;
Pleased mynrif with approval of those that I never
approved;
Paltered with pleasures that Meascd not, and fame
and where no fame could be:
And bow shall 1 look, do you think, Will, whan
the angels are looking on me 7
YetO! the coniidcni spirit once mine, to dareonJ
and to do 2
Take the world into my hand, and shape It, and
make It anew:
Gather all men In my purpose, men in their dark
ness and dearth.
Men lu their meanne-a and misery, made of the
dust of the earth.
Mold thorn afresh. amlmake out of them Man, with
hia spirit tublimo—
Man, thr great heir of Eternity, dragging the con
quests ofTlniel
Therefore I mingled among them, doemlng the
poet should"hold
All nature saved In hie own, as the world In the
ark was of old; •
All nature eared In hl-j own to bo types of a nobler
r.cc,
When the old world paercth away and the new
world takvtb hU place.
EATER FROM MEXICO.
[From the N. O. Delta, Dec. lUh.l
The fctcunjfliip Tenaesse, Captain Thomas
Forbes, arrived this morning from Vera Cruz,
which i>ort bhc left on the 7th Inst
The news by this arrival Is not particularly
important Allairs apjjcar to remain pretty
much iu tfalu quo. The express which ought
to have left Mexico onlhe 'BJ, had not been
heard of up to the time of the Tennessee’s
departure. Tiio Traitd’Uniou thinks it was
not permittu«l to lenvc the Capital. It was
Supposed that the Liberal army bad already
surrounded and invested Mexico.- Kumont
had come from Puebla to to this effect. Tbc
TVuj'ft/’t’nio/i supposes that Mimmons’g Gov
ernment may have been superseded at tho
Capitd.
An expedition of n thousand men had com©
to Puebla from Mexico, and returned to that
city, taking a%vay the sacred vases,
and jewel# belonging to tho churohe#, aud
valued at a million of dollar*. Tho'clcrgy had
uiven their consent to this spoliation. Mira
mou had laid violent hands, during a period of
seven days, ou sums ntnouniinff to about
-?2,000,00u, of which $660,000 were taken from
the English legation ;md $300,000 from the
people of the city of Mexico. The funds
taken from the British Legation belonged to
English creditors. Miramon lard declared the
city to be in a state of slejre. •
General Marquez, who had sallied out with
3,000 men from the capital to relieve Guadala
jara, was attacked at Tcpatillau by a detach
ment of tho Liberal forces, aud completely
routed, loosing all his artillery cud
He owed his own safely to the llcetuess*bf his
horse. •
General Robles r.ntl oilier?, of Mlnunon’s
officer?, had reviewed; also Lares aud Saga
ccta, two of the members of bis cabinet.
A ?Xjratcrlou* Affair,
[From the lllluol- Journal.]
For some days there had been a mysterv in
recard to the movements of one of our high
officials, yet few of his friends suspected the
real truth. They did not suppose that he
would swerve from what had always seemed
tohlmhU duty; but, alas, men change, nor
are they always proof asralnst temptation.
Rut our old and well tried friend, in whom we
and the people luivc placed so much reliance,
has committed an act of which he may repent
sit leisure; or {<o*sibly he may fancy that for
this act, being the first one of . the kind ol
which he has been guilty, he may be forgiven;
but It cannot be forgotten, ami Its remem
brance will follow him wherever bp goes, lie
left suddenly, with his booty, on the (5.10 P.
M. train, going East over the’G. W. R. R. The
policemen were misled by his appearance, sup
•posing that he was simply parting with some
of his friends. They little suspected that hla
trunks were packed with drygoods and valua
ble wearing apparel, which had but just come
within Uls control, were already on board, and
the checks for them in his pocket. We learn
that most of this plunder consists of rich
dresses and other paraphernaliathmiliar to our
well dressed female friends. It Is true the
party who was the original owner can bear the
Jo>» without serious inconvenience; but the
public will have their say about the matter,
f vrh if h* is tot pursued. The name we with
hold for the present. - ■
P. S.—We leant that this man was not con
tent to be alone in this transaction, aud ano
ther person is implicated with him., and went
away In the same train.
The ticket agent save he purchased tickets
for two persons to Philadelphia, whither no
douht they have pone. . .
Latek.—Several persons now say they ex
pected all ibis long ago, and do not wonder at
the strange conduct of the infatuated man,
who thus leaves his office on such short no
lice.
Later Still. —The goods were taken. from
the house of our esteemed fellow-citizen, P.
I*. Enos, Esq. For further particulars cco the
following
MARRIED.
In Springfield, ITU. on Thursday, Doc. IStb, at the
residence of I’. P. £no». E*q n bj the Ktr. Dr.'
Jihnrc, lion. O. 11. HATCH, Secreurv of Slate, and
Miss JULIA B. ENOS.
Dr. Alfred J. French of Lawrence,
Democrat, who was in the Massachusetts Leg
islature'with Caleb Cnihliig in 1559, asserts,
throughlhe Boston Journal, that
self is responsible for the contincanec of the
present personal liberty bill on the Statute
book. Some of the more conservative
Republicans proposed to modify the bill,
and if the Democrats had aided them,
they would have been strong enough * to
do it. But Cushing recommended the De
mocrats to absent themselves when the vote
was taken, In order that the bill might stand
and be: of service to the Democratic party.
Some of them did so, and the-blll remained'
unccangcd. The Joumtd says the writer of the
letter is a man of unimpeachable veracity.
Actios or the Comphomise Committee—
A DiscnEPixcr.— I There accms to be an Im
portant discrepancy between the report far-'
nished by the Associated Press, and the real
facts in the case, in regard to the action of the
Compromise Committee on Thursday. The
Associated Press report says that the resolu
tion offered by Mr. Rost* of Arkansas was
adopted, whereas the ‘ special report of the
Cincinnati Commercial, says that fie Commit
tee refused peremptorily to. sustain the pro?
position of Mr. Rust, and that the resolution
offered by Mr. Dnnn of Indiana was adopted,
although all the New Englanders voted against
it .. . - ‘ ....
—Gen. Jolone, who, It-will be remembered,
waa the late Democratic cand!dato-for Vice
ITeeidcnt, ia a bitter foe to Mr. Nesmith, who
Ims been elected his successor to the U. &
Senate from Oregon. When Mr. Nesmith was
Superintendent of Indian Affaire, Gen. Jo
lane left no stone untouched to expel him
from ollice, and now he gets paid in bis own
coin,' with interest, by being ousted from his
Erofitable scat in the Senate by the very man
c tried to crush.
Commission fHmfjants.
PEUGNET,
CommlMldD Merchant*..
Personal attention siren to the purchase and **ie of
Grain, Flour and Country Produce generally.
J OFFICE NO. 2 HILLIARD'S BLOCK,
N.E.cor.B. WatcrandClark-ata. Port Offlce Box CS7.
RKrnjEXCESj—Hon. Wm.B, Osden.ChJcago.nl.; ITon,
B. V>. Bay mood, do.; Isaac Cook. Esq-do.; 8. W. Bio.
Icy, Em- do.; P.narmnnv, NepU-V £ Co- New York-
Oonrd Frerea, do.; Telvcncn Bros., do ■ Ja». Kind’s
BoomIo.; Ja«. H. Luca*. Eaq- St. LoaU; Edward Tea.
son. Esq- do.: Chas. Chouteau, Esq- do. - [noiaxSm
fjf* Liberal advance* made on CoDjJsuincnLi- ,
SACKET, ~
Commission Merchant*
No, ,J$6M Soptii Water street, between Ola and New
. Board of Trade Buildings, Chicago, HI
Rim to Merchants* Savings Loan and Trust Co- Chi.
cago; Smith, pollard & Co- Chicago; Parker Handy,
Esq- Caslder, New York: A. Whitney Afions.Ptilladel.
phla-J.E.EowlerACo-ycwOrleans. :: auaycoiy
JNELAND & MIXER,
Packers and Commission Merchants,"
Opposite Michigan OntralFrHaht Depot foot afEocth
Water Street Chicago, IU-
Woold Invite attention to' their new Packing Rouse
and Store, sod from the openlns of tbcTacking Season
will bare constantly on baud a full supply cf- ”
BEEF, FORK, LARD, Ac.
And their PREMIUM SUGAR CURED HAMS. Or.
der* for Parking are eollclte -
W. Letayu. .. I*ei4]. C. B. 6,
]7'ORD & NORTON,
Storage and Commission Merchant*,
Fire Proof Warehouse, on Market rtreet. between Lake
and Randolph street*. Chicago. 111.
nr liberal advances made on Consignments.
Samuel a. roan. [anl76Q.ly] NitHAXirL sobtos.
piTKIN & CO.,
General Commiiwlon Merchants,
119 SOUTH WATER STREET, CHICAGO, HI.
JAMES L. OATES. Q.rtS'to.lyJ ALFBEP H. frm*.
ROEB & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers In'
GEOCEULES AND PISH,
And General Commission Merchants,
Ko. 10 Hiver Street, Chicago, HL
SGVACH NOETOS. . CBAA BOBS. S. Z. 502799.
ap27-caft-!y
XjMNLEY, HOYT & RUMSEY,
X COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
13 South La Salle Street,
Old Vnltod State* Custom House Buildings, Chicago.
JAs. w. nsur. j. a, norr. l p. bwet,
CARD.—In withdrawing from the Commission Bust*
ness, we take great pleasure In recommending the
above firm to onr friend* and patrons nnd solids for
them a continuance of their bnsl:ie*a. Having known
them for **evor»l year*. wecfiwrfullv recommend them
a« good hnslnosa wen. and In even- respect reliable,
DolT-dtSt-Cm FLINT k WHEELED.
QIIAMBERLAIX & SEYMOUR,
V-/ COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
For the purchase and sale ot "
CRAI.Y, FLOI’R, PRODICE At 3IEUCILLYDISE,
No. 1 Pardee’s Bnlldlnc. corner of Wells and South
U atrr streets.
on consignments. •
r. ▼. coasiecKLig. [dcl&’TOl g. w. pktmocr.
Bailie & setmour,
PRODUCE AND GENERAL COMMISSION
iiti.ClliSTs, office JM Sontb w*ter-9t„ Pomeroy's
BoltiUnc*. Post Otficc Drawer G177, Chicago.
I), mflit. T u crrvftt^
Rcrcncscc Stcreca. Buckingham ft Co.tWn Mar
tin, General 1 refill Ajcnt C. li. & <v R. E.
anl&cSl'ldy
Q.RTFFIK BROTHERS, 1860
Conxmlsvlon Merchants,
NO, 6 POMEROY’S BLOCK;
Corner South Water and Clark streets, Chicago. Ad.
TMDcea made on conalgnuicma. .
tr.Oßirra. tmU23~Go.ly] ''' j. canra*.
r PURPIX, LAKE & CO..
JL COMISSION MERCHANTS,.
No, 18a X>3 South Water St., Chicago.
T.i.TDarat. well? uca. a. j. nrc
"jyjTLES, ytTRIGHT & SHERMAX,
P2ODDGS COHKISSION HEECHANTS.
PSaLEKS IS
Every Description of Country Produce
on Commission Exclusively.
29 and Li;m? Strict.
CHICAGO .
SCOTT STJEWiUIT,
(Prcdnee Gommlaalon SXorehant,
So. 1 BOARD OF TRADE BVILDINOSI
sc’.dlSO-ly
.TXTELLKR, MTJDD & 3IELLEN,
T T EXCLUSIVE COiIMISSION MERCHANTS.
184 South Water Street, ClUcaso, HI,
Cash advance? made on bills of Lading, |*ron«rtr In
Store, and on Shipment* to our trtendsEael tod Sooth.
J£aaS WELLER. J. O. «ra.SS. J, J. MfPD,
apy&My
-QXDERWOOD & CO.,
COMMISSION- MEKCHAiras,
153 So a lli Water Clilcaga.
r-tW2B
ALBERT MOUSE & CO.,
I'roduc© Corntnlimlon JlTcrchants,
SOUTH WATER STREET ISI
Alkla’a Daßdlng, Chicago.
_ Business confined strictly to Comtalsrioa. f Jyso.ly.de
V. coiT& co.~~
COKHISBXOH HBSOHAHrs
For the pnrehase and sale cl
FORK, FLOCK,CRAIN AND STOCK,
No. 2i«v South Water street, Chicago,
wiraov v. cob. w«. h. rice. • a. l. csdcswood
_ dcTXLIy *
IXWAGEX & CO.,
General Comiulssslon merchant*,
No. 8 Dole’s Rulidlrc. cor. South Water and Clark ata.
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
• ■ utteal Anv'Asrts Hinr o.*» a»>.'CcxvE!rrH.
KcrEr.Esrn.-*.—t Unt A Wheclrr, Smith. Pollard A Co.
CMo*<r>; .Tiuon partt-r, K-hj.. Cutter & Nlms,DnCASo
laruuMy
DOXIIAM & CO.,
•A. EXCLUSIVE
cosnnssioN merchants,
NO. 253 SOUTH WATER STREET. CHICAGO, ILL.
Kerento—Merchant*’ Sarirci. Loan and Trust Co.
Aloruo Richmond & Co. lion. Jim. C. llalrw. Chicago!
J. U. Drake £ Co. R. S. liliur, DaOalo. *
QULVKIi A COMILVXY,
coxjqssiox
210 South Water Street.
_ a. r. culver. c. a. ccmra. -
BKOTIEER & CO~
Cemmlnton Merchant*,
i S,T s*H ldr attention to the purchase and
aa> of Hour. Grain, and o: (kt Produce, on Comtr.ls.lan.
Ne.ltoh. Water, cor. Clark «L, Chlgagp. tno3Bagß
HOWES,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
135 South Water Street, Chicago, 111.
EjcirM-irt ■;
QAS II A D VAN 0E S.
WAKEFIELD, XASII & CO.,
Liverpool and London.
Liberal Cash Advancement* will be made on consign
meets to tba above bout*,-of BACON; LAiJD, PUO
VISIONS, and PRODUCE generally, by
052*6017] • TIIQV NASP.
g # HOLMES & SOX,
Beef and Pork Packers,
Asro FRovisiorr eeehchants.
OiSc# No. 12 River Street
PACKIN’Q HOUSE NORTH BRANCH. CHICAGO.
Dealers In
BEEF, POHK, HAMS, SHDBEIIEBS, LARD, ETC.
i ts~ Highest market price for Cattle and Hoga.
REFER TO Bankers and Business Men generally at
Quincy, St. Louis sud Chicago Bank; J. You or
Scammaa. President Marine Dank; J II Dun*
ham, J>q* President Merchants’ Saving* Loan and
Trust Company, and &!«*•». O. b. Hubbard A Co
Chicago.
aia'i, nomxa. [aas-te-ly] r.t.l. gonna.
\TURRY KELSON,
ULL PRODUCE
Commission and shipping 3l«rehant.
SO.anSOUTU WAi&Kbi'RKET ■
(AgentforUioKalian6UrchWorksOswecoCo ST)
liberal rasa advance* oo Fiocr ami Grain for shin
mcoi 10 Oswego or Sew York. or la i>torc. giving the
‘Upper the privilege of selling in either iuirket for
one
JgEDFORD, MEREDITH & CO.,
„ CONCUSSION MERCHANTS,*
No. 219 South Water Street, Chicago- rive tbeir excJa
alre attention to thcporchase and sale ot Flour. Grain
and all kinds of Produce, Stock. Ac. Liberal advance*
made on consignments. Agents for kiln Used Cora.
MeaL liefer to K. L Tlnkhaai ft Co., Chicago: Fiji*.
McAJpln ft Co„ Cincinnati. j»\~£r
gPAFFORD,. STEWART & CO;,
Produce Commission STerchanta.
Personal attention given to ealts of Grain, Flour.
Provisions and Country Produce generally. Buslnes*
exclusively Comnilnwloa.- Advance* made on consign,
menu. ii< Kiade street, Chicago. fciSTO-ly
o. it. aramum. p. sttwart. a. r. v. «m
A LLEX VANE & CO.,
XJL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
For the eale of Flour, Grain. Beet Pork. tum*. Lard.
Baiter, Cliecae. Seeds, Dried Fmips Ac. 129 South
Water street. Chicago. Agents for Hamburg end West.
«n» Reserve Cheese.
AU.XX TAKE. [anlh&iytly] . a.
WILLIAMS & HOUGIITELK&-
T f . COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
No.aOH'SouUi Water street, second door West ot
Wells street Bridge, give their exclusive attention to
the eale and purchase of all kinds of produce Stock,'
Ac, on Commission. Caeh advances! made on wm.
of Lading and property in store. Rtftr to Geonra
Smith A Co. Marine Bank, and Coorge Steel A Co.
j. w. williawa uaWliyr w. n. HOPcirrKuya.
TVTEELT, LAWRENCE & CO.,
ll COMMISSION MERCHANTS for the purchase
and sale uf Grain, Floor. l>roTUlon«, end Country
X*rodoce generally. Bastnew cxclosively Comrobricm
Also dealers In &ut. Lima, Watcr-Liuio, Stncna, pi««t
crtneilalr. Land plaster. Ac. Ac., at 206, 233 and hto
South ISster street.
hMiutnca v %mnun,
a. r. iawxxxck.
.K.HXXLT.
mhavady
WEBSTER & BrVXTER,
1 T PEQDCCB A COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
Office 229 Sootli TYater Street,
We give onrpezaonal attention to tho purchass and
sale of all kinds of Produce in this market. .
cso.wxxarcu. Qaaj'gUyl. .
Worthington & Co.',
GENERAL COHJUSSIQN HEECHAKTS,
.176 North Jefferson Street. P,O. BoxtoLChloaec.
Orders from the country rortheparchaseofMerSan.
dlseof every description promptly attended to
aeStzSm • •
'J'homae, Kurxthall i Thomae,
Shipping aci Oonunlaaioß Brorchasta,
HO. 144 WATER STREET, JT. T«
Liberal advances mads on consignments. Special at.
tendon given- to the sales of Hides.-wool -and
Skins. Refer to W. W. Deforest ft Co„ N. T.; Orta,
nell, Mintumft Co H do.; 8, Hawk, Richmond House,
Chicago.
insurance.
JJ OM E INS URAN OE
The Union. Insurance
TRUST COMPANY.
Cbutered if tl« Ltsh!stiir« x,f Illinois.
CASH CAPITAL, f200,000* ‘ '
Office—fix chance Bank Bnlldlnc, S. W. corner of Clark
.and Lake street, Chicago, HI.,
Preridant—BZJTJ, XOMBJLRD.
Tlce-Praddent—VAK 11. HIGGIN3,
Secretary—B. P. JOHNSON.
Treasurer—FßAßClS A. HOFFMANN.
DIRECTORS :
BENJAMIN LOMBARD, Cambridge, Mass.
MATTHEW BOLLES. of M. Bolles 2 Co„ Bankart.
B<M«ti. Mass.
DANIEL SHARP. Commissioner, etc- Boston. Mass
JAMES W. FTONE, M.D-Boernn. Ma#S M *- awa -
LEVI F; STEVENS. Boston.* Mam. • * -
_ Van H. HIGGINS, Judge Superior Court, Chicago
HUnoU. •
FRANCIS A. HOFFMANN, Hoffmann A Gelpeke.
Rankew.rhlraro.
GEO. \r. GAGE, of Gage, Bro’ A Drake, Trentont
Honw*.Chicago.
M. D. GILMAN, of if. D. CRmaa & Co- Wholesale
Grocers and Importer*. Chicago.
JOHN V. FARWELu of Cooler. FanreTl & Oo-
Wholeaale Dry Good* Merchants and Importer*.
FRANCIS B, PEABODY. Attorney at Law, Chicago.
THOMAS HARLESS, of Harless A Parker, Comm*,
non Merchants, Chicago.
J; O. HOYT, of Hoyt A Peirce, Wholesale Grocer*
and Importer*. Chlcasn.
ISAAC G. LOMBARD, General Agent Union Ink
andT. Co. Chicago. •
D.L. PHILLIPS. Anna. HI.
ELVI3 HARWOOD, President of Wheat*Q rowers*
Bank. Anna. HI.
LOMBARD. Cashier Pamet Bank, Grigja.
CIIAI'I.KS CHASHLER, of Chirln Clumcller £ Co.
Banker*. Macomb. Hi.
OLIVER WHITAKER, or Headers*! & Wbltakir,
Attorneraat Law/ronton, HI.
MARSHALL ATBES/PrcVL Tbfilon Bank. Rrisga.
vllle, HI. 8010-dC7-Sm
IKSUKANCECOMP’Y,
HAHTPCSD, OOKTT..
. Incorporatod 1819-Charter PsspetnaL
! Cadi Capital and Surplus, $2,194,100.03.
i PTEE AND mAUUHAVIGATIOIiRIBZS
r _ Taken at Liberal Tenc* and Rat*A .
fapedal attention clven to Insurance of Dweiffngt
and Content*, for term* of one to Uve yeara.
ASSETS, JVAJN*. 1, ISOO.
! PAH) UP CAPITAL Mjoaono 00
I CAPITAL and SURTLCS....
, - , . • - • IyVal.JJkt.VaL
! Bank Stocka, An »sa.FS) 00 Sarahs oo
. IT. S. Stock and Treasury Notes... 225.W0 oo SO.fTiOCO
! Ptate Flocks. Ac stvnnoo MLSJito
Cltr Stocks. Ac. iiioon no UO.OM 00
Railroad Stock*, Ac BS.nin CO Oi,ift» 00
j Morteace Pond* 52,000 00 82.0 M ®
: Real Estate, uninpumbered 7«.nw 00
Miscellaneous Itcmt 87.7 CD 56
1 Cash on hand and deposited on
caU. and In aeenta* hands .... OL7JC 86
: Claltna unadjusted and not dne...tl7U,K7 C 3
. Total .. 2.1M.1MC3
Application* received, and Police* Issued orrenewed
bv any of Its dulv anthorlzed Asenta. Losses equita
bly adjnetM and paid In funds current at any of the
. Banka In Illinois.
Apcnw appointed, supplies fumlshep, and all busl.
; ness pertalnuur to a general snpcrvklou In the State of
: XlUfiola promptly attended to bv
WM. TL PATCH.
State Agent, Springfield, EUcola.
HURRAHI> & BENT,
• Acenrs for Chicago.
JylO-ly No. 1 Loomis Block, cor.So, Water* Clark its.
pnCEXIX IXSURAXCE CO.,
[OF H4BTFOBB, COHNECTICTJT.
January lot, ISOO. .
CASH CAPITAL.
SURPLUS . .....
Cash on hand, and In Bank fT7.fltt.jis
CeahinthohaiMlsef and d'»efrom Ae*nts.. - .. SLtniyß’
Real Tfitair, nnlncnmbi-rM
Loaned on Mortgaces of JVal Estate EfWTO.ro
Amount loaned on pledged Bank Stock. ttyajo ro
Araonut loaned otherwise secured
Fifty Shares U. g. Trntt Co.’s Stock,"
New York kVOTO IAIM
:New York Rank Stock J&V100 1417* a
.Hartford Bank Stock.... : I.'JV'JM 7LMH
Waferbnry Bank Stock U.2TO lASTO
Stafford Bank Stock. Stafford 4TO 4f5
Holyoke Water P’r. Co.’a Stocks..-... lA.fWJ -msas
•New Britain Water Bood* KXtwj - 10700
Hartford Clfvltnnd* 10.0 TO IQ.OTO
Col.Pc'fLandlod.R.R.Bonds.... laow 7-VW
Aoatunulated interest on Investment! 5,711
Total Asset* f.iK.S3fft
Total Liabilities - - - 940,704.83
H. KELLOGG, Secretary.
JaUbBABD ft HUNT, Agents.
.SO asdSS
No 1 Loomis' Bolldlng.
Comer Clark and Water streets. Chicago.
Appueatloaa for Insurance, or the renewal of l*oll.
«e* and all borinesa connected with the bo
made to ns, dnlv appointed Agent* for the Cltv of
Ctilcago, with foil power to receive proposals and Isme
Pollclea, on a* favorable terms as other rcapcnsible
Companies; and Its aim will be to aecnrs the ennfl.
dence of the public by aalionorable coar«e of doling
• M. MAGILU General Agent, hi and hh West Third
Street, Cincinnati. Oldo. to whom all application* for
Agencies. In the Western or Sonlhweatern States ma?
be addressed. [aptCUy'
Quaker errr ins. com^.Y,
■ • PHTLiDELPHIA.
Capital and Snrplus, - - . 5332,746.70.
««« C»sic«rsj
OE®. HART. 1L K. COGOSHALL,
_ _ _ . I’/cslilect, Soo’y and Treasurer.
E. P. ISoaA ,Mcc-Pre*X S.B. Ectlks, AMTSao*y..
CURTIS L. NORTH,
Genera! Apcat, lUiotiic Temple,
Hart. F,P. Row. A.C. CattelL
Foster 8. Pcrktas, E. W. lUßcr, Andrew Chambem.
H. Coggahalt, gamed Jont*, M, D M Hon. !!. JR
Fuller. mb!6-'60.1y
■VrOUTII AJIEUICAX FIRE IX
XI durance company, .
OF Hartfbnl, Conn.
Paldap Capital M.“. M 7.. (260.000
Icscmnce Aealr.n Low bv Fire. * *
UUiiUAUD s IITNT. Ai;ent«, Chirac©.
Cor. Clark and South Wattrfta.
NOttwicn fiiii; insurance co.,
OF KOUWICII. CONS.
Paldap Capital lI2LC3SJB
HChHABI) A HUNT, cor. of £cr.th Water
and Clark *t», £r«i Coor, LoomU* Block. ocsWtto
TTARTFORT) FIRE IXSUR’XCE
XX COMPANY,
Chartered In 1810.
ASSETS MAT X. 1800.
_ . ... Mark»il Tahie.
C«Mn bead and on .
Loan* amply .s;-ctir. *5 . ...mini’s l *
Reel v»; :m ' m '
tA"®>Sltnr-,- t' *: Hartford..■*»•ro’m
*••«> “ •' " In Nen- York a'X&UV)
1,010 “ “In Jtostou KS.‘*vVo3
iJO “ rt. Loots and 3ilili*ai:lrte .
J-0 ** I?«r Company iOUO>\)
Hi lutilroad block. 00
II City And Railroad Bond* lilflo’io
Bt««stocks
Total Assets iys^Tw}a
Total Liabilities,
; poUees la the abova Company issued by
HOKT ft HIGOIKSOBr, Agents,
No. 1 Loomli Block,
as3o-c9Cl4m Corner Clark and South Water eta.
JPIRE, MARINE,
LIFE INSURANCE.
HILLER & WILLMABTH,
Agents fbr the
MANHATTAN LIFE, of New York,
HOME, « * « •
FHENIX, « «
WASHINGTON, « ««
LOKILLAHD, « «
CITIZENS, K «
PROVIDENCE WASHINGTON, Pro
.vldenco, R. I.
CONWAY, of Conway, Maas.
HAMPDEN, of Springfield, Maas*
Aggregate Capital and Sarplns,
$5,000,000.
Office,. No. 150 South. Water Street*
- QeS-lyl -
\TEAV ENGLAND FIRE AND
X i. Marine Insurance Company,
OF HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT.
iuea, Jan. L IS6O .♦ f23a^ii.cj
Insurance Against Z*oss by Piro,
•. , ‘ HUBBARD A HUNT, Amenta. OdcatO.
jyH-ly-dTSS Cor. dark sad South Water Mi.
©listers.
gTEVEXS A
OI'STJEIiS,
FRESH FROM BALTIMORE EVERT DAT.
108 Randolph Street • 108
CT" Orders from the country solicited and promptly
attended to. 1
L. B. PLATT & c °.,«^ /n
’.OYSTERS
TROil BALTIMORE AND DELAWARE - BAT: ~
65 - - • Uandolph Street - 65
Orders from vho cnuntrypromptly attended to. IfelS
Coal, aUKooh, Sic.
COAL !—COAL!—I have a Large
stock of the following varieties of CnaL which I
am prepared to deliver well screened and drr (from
under ahedsj at the LOWEST MARKET BATES:
LumpLeClgh, Brier HHI,
- Large and Snail Egg Lehigh, Erie,
Large and Small Kgg Scranton. Bloa^borg,
Large and Bmall Rcc Shamoku. Chlppc wa.
Alao.Ssvtona FIG IKON, Scotch and Amerinan.
ALOCO FIRE EHJCK for sale low to casta or prompt
time buyers. _ ’A. B, MEEKER,
omcc 65 North Wells street. Yard foot North Market
Street.- • - aell^lTa^m
printers’ ; aSarcfjousc.
QHICAGO TYPE EOUXDRY
PRINTERS’ WAREHOUSE,
90 Washington Street, Chicago.
The subscriber Is prepared to furnish TYPE In large
or small qnantlee, made from a superior qualitv o(
meul. for either cash or approved paper. lie Is also
supplied wltha largestockof presses. Ink.WoodTrpo.
and every thing necessary for a complete printing
Office. A new Specimen Book Is now ready ibr delivery
and will be sent to parties wlsldnc to order, on applica
tion. D. LTdoDOe. Treasurer.
fmhlS-aBl
T ARGE“ OR' SMALL ORDERS
Li fbr Fee<C Meal or Flour filled In sherc order and
at the lowest ratea. QyW] STEVENS ft NORRIS,
CM ALL WARES, BUTTONS
AND NOTIONS.
Wonted Hoods, Sleeves, Gaiters, Ac. Dress Trim,
mines. Corsets and Skirts. Gloves and Hosiery. The
trade is retpectfbllv invited to exiffiltia the above
gooda, which Will be sold for
A'JD
Berlin -wools. ,
! -.* i < te l and for aaleby
A. ORATPa.
— *•- * WtalWKrtel, Chicago.
'TUTTLE, HIBBARD & CO.,
•'T’.t t , * i' ..a ....
ix?c-aicu or
HARDWARE AND TIN PLATE,
OC..t Idle; Stre—t -.'.' 63'
Wo offer to tbs trade, at the LOWEST MARKET
PRICES:—
WW boxes TIN PLATE.
5,100 bdls SHEET IRON.
«0 - ‘ RUSSIA IRON,
" IMITATION' RUSSIA,
5^300 ’• * BRIGHT and ANNEALB WISH
523 Cask* SHEET ZINC,
lOiOM..Pia.TjN,
2i5» lbs. COPPER BOTTOMS,
u Wieta ■ TINKERS’ TOOLS and MACHINM,
50 caaka BRIGHT OX and COIL CHAINS.
1,000 dox. AXES,
W» “ SHOVELS. SPADES and SCOOPS,
,so tons sad irons.
TUTTLE, HIBBARD & CO.,
cct2-*tC-ly • Corner of Stale and Lake tta.
Purs. Buffalo Robes, &o
"AT WHOLESALE.
1860. FALX* TRADE. IS6O
WEBER, WILLIAMS & YALE,
55...........XAK8 ST, CHICAGO 3S
Have la store a very LARGE AND ATTRACTIVE
STOCK of the above goods, and are fully prepared to
compete socceflafally with the best Eastern firms la
variety, quality and prices, and solicit a call
from an prompt paying merchants. [an2BXo4y
Bawson & Bartlett,
NO. 50......
MU Ibe «tte«tlon .of CIt7JOi4
Country Merchants to oor extensive rtockof Roots and
Shoes, which we have now In store, and are dallr re
celvlng from onr Factory In We*t RovUton. Ma«,
which consist* of a fall assortment of those Celebrated
Custom-Made Patna KinamlCalfiandOralu Waterlioof
Boots;togelhcjttiOua,j.;atockof aJUtvlcaof -
FALL AND* WINTER GOODS,
of the best quality and manufacture, which we are pre
pared to sell fur CASH and prompt paving trade at
Boston and New York Jobbing Prices. •»»«•«
„ Me are Agent* fnrthe«alee?.*mcßSr»PateatMetal-
I!e Tip Boots and Shoes In all the states.
1860 FALL TRADE 1860
H. W. HUNT & CO.,
33 QQd S5 Lnbo direct, Chicago.
Uaaalaetnms and Jobber* of ,
Beady-Made - CSlothing,
GBNTLHMEX’S FURNISHING GOODS
CloCsa. Coating*. Casslmeree. EatlaeU, TsCor**
irinmlags, Ac. Ac.
Oar Btock la large and wen assorted, and win be «old
--At the-LoTfcit Price*.-*' • •
ISCO FALL trade! 1860
.t4ro.oro.no
. 183£%91
Importer* and. Jobbers or Good*
tbr Men’s Ware.
They are now dally receiving their nsoal large and
varied stock for the Fall Trade, to which thee Invite
roar attention. Their tdock consist* la part of Broad*
clothe, of all colon and grades. Black and Fancy Caa.
slmerea.-Black and Fancy I)o«klnv Bine and Black
P lota. Black and Colored Moscow Bearers. Brown,
Black. Bine and all colors of CaMor Bearer*. SUk and
\olcntla Vestings of all grade* andstyles. SATINETS
of all grade? and styles. - Also, a full and complete
stoqj: of TttUorß*TrimnilnEV ~ - v ■
BCOgg*3 SvBPOHT OP FASHIONS.
'P I X PLATE AX D
We offer the following at the lowest market ntea
S.OTO Boies Tin Plate, assorted sire*.
SATO Bandies Sheet Iron. Nos. 16 to 2*
3TO *• Ra?eia Sheet Iron.
" _ Imitation Sheet Iron,
iro Casks Sheet Zinc, assorted widths.
-.OTO Lb*. Brazcr'ii Copper.
ft.OTO Lbs. l*rc«ed Copper Bottom*.
LOCO Bundle* Wire. a**.rted Nos. 0 to 3).
*,o(w Kegs Nail*. Wheeling and other prime bnnda.
A fall Assortment of Hardware. Tinner*’ Tools. Ja.
paaed and pressed Tinware, Rivets; Kara, Ae. .
JEWETT & BUTLER-
WnOLPSALE DEiLEPB IN
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
Kails, Glass, Sheet Iron, Copper,
TINNERS’ STOCK, TINNERS' TOOLS
18 - - - LIKE STREET - - - 18,
Between WAb*.*h and :iichlfan Atmqcs, Chicago. U
Paxomci Jstvtt.
to.ndPSAn]
TIN PLATE,
TINKERS* STOCK,
For Sale al Low Prices.
i £)OOO.boxea Tin Plata, anwrted alzet,
; 4,000 bdlp. SUcct Iron. Noe, 10 to 28.
500 “ Rtinklr sheet Iron, Ist
„ - quality.
200 •• Imitation Rnnla.
500 J‘ FolKhed German.
250 “ oaska sheet Zinc, ouorted
Mize*.
10.000 lbs. Ttrazler’e Conner.
15.000 lb*. Copper PlttK.
1,300 bdla. AVI re a*Brd Noe. oto2o.
10.000 “ Annealed Fence Wire.
A fun awortnient of Tinner.’ Tools and Machines
Japanned and Pree«cd Tin Ware, Rivets, Ears, Ac* Ac
: THOB. 3. DICXZ3RQOX,
Metal Warehouse,
49 ,WA»asH ATt.sre. Caicae* 49
AGENT FOR
Howe’s Improved Standard Scales.
; [»cLVdGTam]
.fGG.'CO.SS
ISSO FALL TRADE. 1860
C. S, COOK & CO.,
U&IS - STATE STREET - 16 A 18
Wholesale Grocers
DRIED FRUITS FISH,
r WOODEN WAKE, &c..
Invite the attention of Country Merchant* to
their ttockj which they offer at Lowest
: • Cash Prices. -
G. O. COOK & CO.,
t« a ih.
QROCKEUV, FINE* CIIIKA,
G-LASS WARE,
Silver-Plated and BrUtanla-Ware,
j * HOrS&FCBMSHING GOODS.
C. M. HENDERSON & CO,
. ajLxmcrrxzxam waotna x duixud
BOOTS AND SHOES
Jfo, 83Ilak« St., Chicago,
Have in store a largafrnd desirable stock o( goods
which they .will sea very cheap to cash and prompt,
paying trada. IV■ an the Agents ibr
MIfcHEUS' PATEIT METALLIC TIPPHD SHOE!
a iln TJi'BTAtalwTTßocr rtcarraa.
■ gyWe are now to be found st the magnificent storf
So. S3 Lake street, corner ITabash Avenue.
; c. m. Henderson a ca
«05 BLOCK
, lunMOVAii.
peaklmabsh&de long
I Compelled, by.thelriucreisingbaftaees to seek large
quarter*, have removed from their old stand, ceany
opposite to the above spacious stores In
BURCH'S IEOH BLOCK.
Where they will be able to offer at wholesale, a ltd
larger and more varied stock of
;Dry Goods, Hosiery, and Notions.
'Customers win always find ns with faH Ha**
bowu brandsof HEAVY DOMESTICS, bought at trst
hands, and offered a; a small advance, together with i
large attckp(. . . . ,
I WOOUIS CHAWLB DRESS GOODS U.
We shan continue our motto
I “LOW PRICES \VJ_NV
And invite the agaatiea of all eloaa, prompt parts»
bufery r Tjeao
PURE SWEET CIDER—in whole
JL and half barrels, received dally, and for sals at
_ STEVENS ft WEBBER,
oc3Bd3lS4m ion Randolph street
€®l)oTcsalc Rouses.
CLOSE CASH PRICES.
A. GRAVES,
.23 Lake streetTCbleafa.
JtATS, CAPS,
MixYricrrajaa 199 wbolzsiu sKiisas a
BOOTS MD SHOES,
.LAKE STREET.
emcaoo, nr.
And Dealers la
FIELD, BENEDICT A CO.,
Nos. 81 and S3 South Water street,
AGENT TOR
HARDWARE,
WILLIA3I BLAIR ft CO.,
No. 178_Lake street.
Tin-Plate*, Ponce-Wirt, fac.
SIGN 0? THE SCISSORS
Oum R. Bctlsb
(successors to Satcrlee, Cook A Co J
and dealers in
.STATE STREET.
THOHAfI p; UTSS, 170 Lab Statf.
Emhsa *6o]
ffi&ljolfjralc f^mtses.
AND GLASS.
BURLEY & TYRRELL,
4S - Lake Street, Chicago - 4.S
Importers a&d Dealars 1b
CROCKERY, CHINA, GLASS,
IKITAUIA AID SIIVES-PIATEB WAIE,
FLUID AND KEROSENE LAMPS,
Ask the attentloa of Dealers to their
Large and Complete Stock of Good*,
Which they offer low ArCaab or good Notes.
anSLcStSS-tm
FfiESH FILL
TYINTE:R GOODS.
A Foil Stock Bought at
PSfCJES.
Baysn are Invtted to examine the IcducemeuU.
BOWBM- BUG’S
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OP
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Notions
dec,, lie.. &C.
NO. 72 LAXE STREET,
1860 B-OOTS & SHOES. 1860
PEARS& DANA,
49—haha Sfcroet,up- t&ir«,>*4o
Maanlbctnrers and Jobbers la
BOOTS ASIS SHOES,
Hava nowU store a fan and complete itock which they
offer to the Trade on the scat favorable terma.
.NO. SO
Dealers In the above line of coods will consult their
own Interest by examtug our stock before purchasing
elsewhere, as our motto la. Low rent and small rrolls.
at£n*dlC&Sm
1860 FALL TRADE. 1860
COOLEY, FARWHLL & SO^
42, 44 and 4C'
WABASH AVENUE,
» R Y GOODS
iTOBBEBS.
JgABCOCK & PEEK,
171 RANDOLPH STREET,
Eosswood and Walnut;
CHAMBER DUMB ROOM &CQMMOIFORMITBRE
is grk.it variety.
Wood-Saa; and Canc-Seat Chairs, Bedsteads and
Bureaux.
School Furniture ea hand and to Order.
t3T~ Particular attention paid to Conntrv Order*.
UtHVaS) 13]
Banting anb Bxrljange.
OLD0 LD BLACK _ STAR LINE
Urtrpoal and Sew Tart Factct Ships,
SaUlneon the SIP ind Wth nf rnchmonlh. XEW TORK.
LIVERPOOL nod CORK STEAMSHIPS, aalUm*from
New York every!Ssturdav, and troiajjverpool (calling
at Cork) every Wednesday.
DRAFTS OK LIVERPOOL AND IRELAND.
Panics rlritlnz the oh! cnantrr, or wishing to rend
for their friend*, can purchase’ ticket* at rcdoccd
through rate*. Drafia on Ih>ral Rtsfc of Ireland, and
Liverpool, to any amount?. Arplv to
WILLIAMS * CriON.
Jy26c6oLly w Dearborn street _
gAXEIXG HOUSE OF
B. P. CARVER & CO.,
Tlarlne Bank Duildliig,
Comer Lake and Laaalla Streeta. A general Banking
Business transacted. oc3T-CMy
«fc DEPOSIT BAXIv
CAKPEHTEK, - °STIBB S * CO.,
(Successor to Wcarc, Carpenter ft Co.)
Cedar Rapids, lowa.
Rtmncp.—Read. Drexel ft Co., Now York; Hoff
man ft tielpekc. Chicago. lagocl2-iy
A lICEX & XOIITOX.
-LX. Bii-KEKS .‘CTD DEALERS IS EXCHAXOE.
Comer or Lake and Clark Simla
Collection* made !a at! u>e principal dtle? I" tK* I*. 4.
1. Htu. ;. D. 508T0.V. VOJtjITDAS nn»
CJallyl
TT'DW. I. TIXICIIAM & CO.,
X-i relumed tn their old stand,
CORNER «r LAKE AND CLAUK SjTP.kETA
Will continue their hni}m*-i Jte
BANKEES AND EXCHANGE DEAIEKS.
Kxchaoitu on oil part* o Europe.
SSWiROt.TISX3.IU. [tCl'M] JfW’t 17, imhw,
MARIXE r»AXK,
CHICAGO MARINE A.'D INSURANCE CO*
Capital, $500,000.
B. T. CARTER. Cashier am! Sccretarr,
„ .. J. Vulnw sCammoN. President,
Collection* nude and draa* reunited to all ports
of the Union. fyt\
JJOFFJNLVXX at GELPCKE,
BANKERS,
CHICAGO, - - HUHOI3.
44 and 40 La Salle Street.
BANKING DEPARTMENT.
Deposits received >. Current Account-* from parties
In rtry or country trrt the u-ual accommodations
framed to regular .: editors and cone*pendent*.
Interest on balv ««s cm onlr be allowed incases
Where sperlalaiT* .. entsliatfebecn made to Uut effect.
We receive <ll rtr, parable at* specified date.On
which Interest-ru a Hallowed.
SAVING DEPARTMENT.
Deposit*ln* C« tnbtlra* than five dollars received
and CertlOcato* t 1 Deposit* issued. Interest ar sic per
cent, will be tar wed on drnodiaof |M« description af.
ter the fund* n re remained in nor hand, a .Decided
time. Allcj.” T.CAtM made payable on demand, and In
like rands** > rpoalted.
COLLECTION DEPARTMENT.
Collection in Chicago made and proceed* remitted
on darot •rymeni.l<s-8 current premium on Exchange
only. Collection, eollrltcdon nit part* of the Wett, and
proceed* t emitted on favorable terms.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE DEPART*
MENT.
We draw Sight or Time Bill* on the principal cities
of the Union, available In any part of the United State*
or Canada, and bare made arrangements by which we
are enabled to order hr Telegraph the parmeot of
Note*, Acceptances, Account*, Ac., In New York.
STOCK DEP VUT.TIK.VT.
We boy and sell on Commie-lon, either at Chicago or
throcch onr Ascot*, at New York, State. Cltv. Counts’,
Railway. Ac.. Bonds and Stoak. Our in
New York are such as to Insure prompt and Judicious
attention to any order entrusted to onr care.
FOREIGN DEPARTMENT.
Onr bn«fa<«s connection with Europe, being DIRECT,
VERY EXTENSIVE, and M<»«T INTIM.vfr, wefrel
safe In aaaozlßg the public that all foreign Banking
transaction* can be etfected through our llonse wlm
ProTnptDC*9 and efficacy, equal to any House In the
Union. We issne l>rart* and Letters at Credit In sums
to suit, at New York term*, on onr correspondents In
London, IMrK Frankforvoa-the.Miiin. Hamburg, Her.
Ha. lire men. L*lpri». Cologne, Heidelberg, Basle.Tsen»e,
Dresden. Ac.. *«*,. Ac.. ,t c.
Being particularly desirous oi prouumne direct com
mercial Intercourse between the W«*t and Europe, we
cheerfully, and on term# mo: favorable, extend par-
Ucoisr facCJdce by opening credit. *c„ Ac.. t« respon
sible We*tern Importers. CoUcetlons of Unm, Or
den. Notes, Acceptance*, Inheritances, £c„ ac„ pay*,
ble In any part of Europe, made with promptness and
dl-patch.
Jir Country Banks and Banker* supplied with For
elgn Pills at low rates. Private Bonds and Herbages
negotiated abroad.' %
hoppbl&n & gelposs,
mid i, tomu | ono ccrcxi. 1 no. n. mm.
.t*» * I*
FSiXCIS i. BOFFSIIX,
Consul el the Omnrt Duchv of saxe*Wdoar. the
Duchies of Brunswick end &ute-Oo«i*l end the free
city of Fnnkfbrt. end hr special set of several Piste*,
authorised to set Ibr totrnrr dtlttri of AUSTRIA.
BADEN, BAVARIA, HANOVER. UEfiSIA NASSAU!
PRUSSIA, SAXONY. WIRTEMBESC, OLDKNUERG,
Ac. JaNdavly
Ehuratitmal.
Hyde park seminary,
TTTE TV INTER TERM
Commences on the 7tli of January.
Expenses per rear (exclu«lve of music) slio, payable
half-yearly in advance. Addre** -
„ , _ _ _ MRS. CLV. WAITS. Principal.
Hyde Paris. Cook County. ITL Lu37-dS3s«w
W: OFFER FOR . SAIE AT
. low prices,
500 Boxes Soap. 200 Boxes Starch.
100 Kegs Sal Soda, . 100 Kegs S. C. Soda.
• 200 Boxes Saleratu*. . • 25 Boxes Pataah
100 Boxes Concentrated Lye. ..
•WILLIAM LITTLE A CO,
' J»«o*th Water St.
S C CIS AC.
50 Ehds Sugar. 100 Bbla Sngar. 50 Bxa Scgar.
100 Bhla.N.Y.Syrap. 50 Bt>UMolasses.
WM. LITTLE A CO, tS South Water Stf
TJROOII CORK.—Persons having
-I_> Broom Corn foraale will plcase addnuaca, suw
ins quantity, quality and Price.
devdSfl<dw - BOWEN PROS, Laka rraet
9 fCnf« BARRELS CHOICE
U WINTER APPLES. Jnst received and
for sale by
ocffaKliftn
O Kf\ Bbla. K. Y. SYRUPS, -
WV • ' RETNOLDS. ELY & CO.
Krtn-Bbls- CRUSHED, POW
O\J\J DERED and GRANULATED SUGAR.
HKYNOLDA ELY ALQ.
kAA Bags RIO COFFEE.
tIUU nm;oLDs. elt * co.
QAA Boxes BABBITT’S SALE
tIVy I/ KATCa. ; CETXOLD9, ELT t CO.
i A Casks No. 1 NUTMEGS,
JL \J • REYNOLDS. ELY * CO.
-JAA Hilda. N. (X SUGAR, land-
JLVV/ Ingacdfbr sale by
REYNOLDS. ELT A CO. .
KA Bbls. PRIME PLANTATIOK
O\J MOLASSES. New Crop.
RET HOLDS. KLT ft CO.
i CA Bags PEPPER.
J-U\J BETSQLoa. sira 00.
I A A Hit Bbls. 3IACKEREL.
X\J\J REYNOLDS, ILT A CO,
WATCHES,
MADE BY THE
AMERICAN WATCH COMPANY
AT WAZ.THASL StASB.
Attention is Invited to the fallowing statement mi
the accompanying letter* of recommendation and testl
monlab La fkvor of these celebrated Watches.
A Gold Medal was awarded the Company by the
American Institute at New York In ISB7.
The Company also receired the Flrat Premium—a
gold medal—from the Franklin Institute, Philadelphia
InlSSi .
These Watches have now been In the market fbr
nearly ten years, dorln( which time they bare been
tested as to aecnracy, durability, and' reliability in
every conceivable manner, and bare proved them,
selves to be the most satisfactory time-pieces ever
offered to the public.
AND LOOKING-GLASSES,
This result has been brought about byastrictappli.
cation of mechanical science to the construction of the
Watch from Its very Inception, renderic( It when fin
(shed, mathematically correct In all Ua proportions,
and necessarily as perfect a time-keeper as It la possi
ble to make.
The Company bare tested their Watches In many In
stances by actual dally .noting. »wd the result of «hlv
test has been that they have exhibited a rate equal In
regularity to the best chronometer.
AND
[From the Prairie Farmer, Oct. 18C0.]
Annie** Warms.—Neeriyayear ago, we received
from Messrs. Robbins & Appleton. General Agents of
the American Watch Company, and “paid for* a good
good looking watch, «Warranted.** with the request
that after thorough trial we should say what we
thought of it. editorially. It has been oar constant
companion nearly a year. We have no fault to find
with the way It has ticked time. We do not want a
better time-piece than this has proved to be Ums Car.
Once regulated land we regulated It ourself) It baa
scarcely varied a half a tnlnnte a month from 'Transit
time.** Added to Its quality as a good time-keeper. It
b bone»tly and substantially made. Were we going to
purchase, we should prefer an American Watch.
„ Omn or roa Tame**,)
N*w Yoac. Oct. g7, hwD, )
Amexicas Watch Cohtast, Waltham.
Gistuvxx—Having carried one of yonr watches for
tl>e last eighteen months, I can say confidently
they will do. and may be bought with assurance that
they win keep time. I bellsvs the watch unsurpassed
Uoaaca GazxLzr.
New Tons. Aug. 2, 1960.
Gcctlshkx.—ln reply to yonra ofhMhnlL, we take
pleasure In stating that the American Watch new in
use upon onr railroad, baa varied only six seconds. In a
little over six weeks. Respectfully,
. S. W. ft W. A. Toaaxr,
Contractor* on the Rar. ft Del. Bay R. IS.
To Messrs. Rohbum ft Arruroa.
• Bosros. Sept 26, im
Mr. R. E. Roasts*. Treasurer American Watch Co.
Dua Sit.—lt gives me great pleasure to comply
with yoor requeue for a report of the performance
of the American watch 1 purchased of you Decem
ber S. 1358, It tw »cs on that day. and 1U variation
from true time to the Btb of February W», when
I let U run down. 7as ten seconds fast. From that
time to the present, it haarun with nearly perfect
steadiness. baTtn; dnrlng the eight month* remained
at from seven to nine second* fa*, and thla with on.
commonly roogh usage. I can commend yonrmaan
facture In the highest terms. Tonrt truly.
CAUTION.—Aa oar watch Is now extensively conn
forfeited by foreign manufacturer*. «• have, to Inform
tho pnbllc that no watch 1* of oar production which u
unaccompanied by a certificate of genuine**, bearing
the number of the watch, and signed by onr Treasurer
R. E. Robbias, or by onr predecessors, Appleton,
Tracy A Co.
A* these watches are for sale by Jewelers generally
throughout the Union, tha American Watch Company
do not solicit order* for tingle watches.
ROBBINS A APPLETON,
Wholesale Agent*, 133 Broadwav, 5. T.
Bo36STWr4eow.i2m
OLD SACHEM BITTERS
THESE DELICIOUS AND FAR-FAMED BITTERS
•re recommended by the First Physicians of the
Country, on account oflhelr PURITY AND GREAT
MEDICINAL VIRTUE.
They are pleaaaat u nectar to tbs taste, and are pro.
eonneed the beat Tonic and Stimulant over offered
to the PobSlc.
Tlteir curative power* la caaee of GENERAL DE
BILITY. LOSS OF APPETITE, CONSTIPATION.
Etc., are unparalleled, and u a fnarantee that we feel
warranted In claiming what we do, we beg leave to
lute that on r assertions are endowed by
Prof. NILLIMIN) of Yale College,
Prof. HAVES, ofMaiMaebQNlla,
For u!( by Grocer*, Win* Merchant*, and DrugglaU
generally. noWOJy
GREAT CARPET HALL
Sollister & Wilkins,
135 km -- - LA, Street --• 135 k m
Thfl Best (loads at Low Prices.
Hare on hand and offer for aala, of their own Import*
Uon and of the brat domestic manufacture, the largest
and beet assortment In the Northwest of Medallion.
WUtoru-Velvet. Brucaei*, Tapestry. Thrve.ply.Saperfiae
Ingrain. Krtm fine Ingrain. Cotton ami WouUagrain*
Wool Dctcli. Scotch ll>uoi>*J Felt Venetian, Tapestry
Ingrain. Body brusecla and stair Carpeting*. all of the
CTrateet variety, prices and patterns; comprising the
largest. beat and most desirable jasortroenierer before
opened In Chicago, and which they offer at the lowest
possible prices.
OIL CLOTHS.
Of these we offer a large and unrivalled awortmest,
either as regards qaallty, style or price, of KagUah and
American manufacture. In widths of one yard,
a-half yards and two yards vide, at prices from three
ah tilings to fix shilling* per yard. Also, Heavy Sheet
Oil Gotha, twelve feet. eighteen feet and twenty.ftmr
feet wide, at price* from roar to tea shillings per yard
Also—Title oil Cloths In patterns and by las yarn, and
blnlr OU Cloths In great variety.
MATTINGS AND RUGS.
Cocoa Matting* for Office*. Chcrche*. Vestibule*. Ac*
In all widths, irora one-hslf to two yards wide: Canton
btraw MaUi-ig. both white and chucked, one, une-and.
a-quarter a*.d oue-and-o-bair yards wldu; Mosaic, Vel*
vet, Bru*ee!* and Tufted Uug*. Cocoa, Jote, Manilla,
Crush. Bkeicton. Adelaide and Shaepd&bi Mata of the
greatest variety la tiro and pattern.
CURTAIN GOODS.
French Brocateße. Satin DeLaiac*. French Printed
lutings. CrM, Cloth, Damaak and iloreena, Kmbroi.
doivd Lace Curtains, in pain and by the yard: Em
broidered Muslin Curtains, and by the vard; Cornices,
In wood, bras* or gilt; Gill Cumin Rands and Pin*.
Centre TasM-ls, Loops. Drapery Cords. Gimp Hands,
Curtain Gimps. Silk Bordering. Curtain Lining#, ana
all klnrtsor ’i rimming* oecetwary lor Curtains, Win.
dow Shade* tu gold burden. Dry and OU Painted
Shade*. White. Buff. Green and Blue Shade Holland*ln
all widths; together with Dray** Patent Spring Fix
tore*. Balance Fixture*. Pntntun’a. Chamberlin* and
fuller’* patent Fixture* Pendulum Fixture*. Bras* and
Itrun2ello{:«r-ead*,BacK-Pulieysacd Brackets, Shade
Cords and TaaseU.
FURNISHING GOODS.
Table Linens in patterns and by the yard, linen Nap*
kins and Dovllo*. Marseille* Qullta, linen and Cotton
f meetings of all width*, lines and Cotton ptllow-Ca*.
Dg*. Towel*. Crash, piano and Table Cover*. embroL
d»red. printed and embossed; Fnraltnre Chintz: to**-
gether with a largo assortment of Fringes, picture
Cords and Tassels.
UPHOLSTRY GOODS.
Spring D*<!v Hair, Cotton. Sea-Craw. Rxeelalor and
Mo**Mottrasea, Leather Bede, Bolster* and plilowa,
ItLuiketa. Guilt*. Sheets, pillow Case*. Lounge*. Foot
Stools. Billiard Cloths, Flushes, Enamelled Cloth*.
Curled Uslr of various grade*. Uos* and Kicebdor by
the bale. 9«a.(;nHM. Springs. Webbing. Bed Lace, Mat
tress Tuft» KOd Twines tor Upholsterer’s o*«.
PRIME LIVE GEESE FEATHERS.
Hollister cb W:
IS* A IST..-LakeStreet, (upstair*.)...l3l A It
JONES, PERDUE & SMALL,
122 - • Uk« Street - - 132
MASTJFAC7TCEBB #F
B ANK BOOKS.
totmiti’iw utah. tiuiu a
WRITING PAPERS.
Envelopes,. -memorandum and
Pass Books,
whiting liras aits items.
Cards and Cardboards.
BOOK BINDERS’ STOCK,
AND OFFICE STATIONERY.
JOSXB, FEBDCB A SMALL
sol 133 Lais SW«L
JQ A GUERRE O TYPE S.
Th« Best sad Chfput la the City,
AT HESLER’S.
113- • ••• Lake Street • - • 112
-STEVENS ft WEBBER,
KS Randolph street.-
The Best and. Cheapest In the city
At Hesler’s, 113 Lake Streat,
irORTTYPES,
Theßest and Cheapest in the city.
At Healer’s, 113 Lake Street
MELAEXOTYPES,
Theßest aaU Cheapest in the city.
At Healer’s, 113 lake Street
ASBROTTPES,
Tbs Best and Cheapest in the City,
AT HESLER’S, no: 113 LAKE STREET.
■DEEBE’S CORN-SEPARATOR.
_I_J The most perfect machine fnp tbelUny, cleaning
and eacfclD j com, ever introduced. Address the man*
ufkctarer, L. A. BEEBE,
MVi-d.tA2mw Chicago, HL, P. 0, Box LB*
iHisctllaneous.
Java* □. Cnarr.
Firm of Clapp, Fuller A Brown. Banker*. Boston.
AND
Wigwam Tonic.
And hundred! of other*.
CJP-STAIRSJ
CARPETINGS.
GREAT CARPET HALL,
PHOTOGRAPHS.
[MSCSUy]
Stobes. Ranges. See.
gMALL COAL, SMALL COAL,
Small Coaly ' Small Coaly
Small Coaly Small roof
MUST BE USED WITH *
MUST BE USED WITH
!LD»S COAL BUUNKUS.
LITTLEFIELD’S COAL BUB2TEBS.
SOLD BY
SOLD BY
Van Bchaarfa-,47Stato Street, Ohlcajo.
Tan Bchaack, 47 Btat* B treat, Chicago.
_ ift ueocral DealerjnJloasekeeptogArtlelfla. [mylS
CTE WARTS COOKING STOVE
S%. B TJ LL AHEAD. The acknowledged superiority
of the tdevsrt Stove ha* ulven rise to several tmltw
“®*t The scniilu* article b for sale by C. METi
Asent at 190 State street, between Monroe and Adaaak
Also, a good assortment of Housekeeping Uardwara
and Tinware. t»piJoc«3y
fttarijinerp, ?S}arttoare, Ax
D GAME'S MEW BARREL
machinery.
WARBAHTED THc. BEST IK AHrertTCA.
SIOO Geld. BARRELS. SIOO Geld.
_tols and Unequalled Carrel Machine
-7 of the Northwest and South. we do
a-wnraoce mat » will be round
i^%T 8 5K?. , e d . mo! ‘ c . Pcr ( ccU toe most Economical
%aj l? “*• Rwtftoe ifrewlama
Awarded at the different k airs In WW;
Citizen Coopers of Ohio, at Cincinnati U. 8. Pair. Pune
of 9100 In cold.
U. S Fair at Cincinnati. Grand Silver Medal and
Diploma.
St- Loots' Mechanical Grand Gold Medal
and Diploma.
DOANE <t HCRLBCTS
Stave Sawing & Dressing
M A C H I N E.
FOR TIGHT WORK,
This Machine snrpasses all others In every partied*
lar. It raws the stave from the bolt, eorves and
planes It ready to act up In me barrel all at one opera
tion. from AuMI to lOLltti per day. WUI make iTd to
ISO per day clear of all expenses. Toco with this «•
neve a mil set of machines for Tight Parrel Work of
all kinds. Also,
CUTTING MACHINE, for Flour
DO.VNE-S HEADING CUTTER, for Floor Barrels.
TURNER, for all kind* of
D °B«Slj. HE - VDI -'' a WINTER, for at Had. 1
DO AXE'S FOOT JOINTER, for Floor Borrrl-.
DOANEH HEADING PLANER, for«U Hod. ofß.sd,
DOANE-8 EQUALIZING MACHINE, for HI Hud, ot
Barrel stave*.
OOANE*S HEAD SAWING MACHINE, for ,11 Hod,
of heads. Thb machine b abo the Licet Shingle
Mill extant. *
Doaoe ba* the only Barrel Machinery for Completing
Flour . arrela from the Crude Timber. This machinery
has cost thousand* of dollars to perfect-U made of truu
and steel—petting all ennipetioa out of the miesttun.
Doan* has the Best Stationary Steam and
RiUera. Portable Steam Koglnc*. Sa-h and Moulding
Machine*. Woodworth'* Patent Planing M(.c!iju««. !>©.
SanTnc Machine*. Also. Ill* m«*st exton-tvo assortment
of all kind* of the best Machinery for all purpose- In
use. SH>jo Western Agent of imp.es A Co'* celebrated
brand of Dutch Anker Bolting doth*. A large stock of
HART A MUNSON**
Patent Flouring S Grist .ITIUi,
All perfect and complete within themselves.
. Also. Leather and Rubber Belting. Lacing. Packing.
Ac. •«. at the vary lowest cash prices.
ZW Don't spend ft tor Barrel or Stare Machinery,
nnoi you see lioane a. tend for our catalogue and clr
colart. Address W. 11. no AN E,
myiscaws-iyj 133 Clark street. Chicago.
QUICAGO LEAD WOUKS,
Corner of Clinton and Fulton atreeto. West Bide.
UiD PIPE, BIS IXD SHEET LEAD,
Shot, White Z*ead mad Lythaire.
PIO LEAD, PUMPS AND KTDRAULZC RAMS.
ff Order* from tha trade solicited. Cash paid for
Jld Lead and Flax Seed. P.0.80x 1936.
_foß] E W. BLATCIIFORD.
Eg. hall, KIM bark & CO.,
• . ImpoMom *od Dealer* la
Italia, Stool f
Iron,
AND HEAVY HARDWARE.
Sea. 130 and 133 Washington street; Chl.-aga. DUaota.
lapi-.l
sapcr Ranging**.
’yy a l l PAPERS
SELLUG
CHEAPEST /.V TO mV.
F. E. RIGBY,
.RANDOLPH STREET
Urai-cco-ami
PAPER!
a l
IAEOKST ASSOKTJOjrr OF
NEW PATTERNS
AT
DRAKE A BRO%
PAINTERS AND PAPER HANGERS,
• ••South Clark Street . ... IS4
toelSxlrl
£rasibc Soap.
H. STEWART & CO’S,
UFBOTBD
Chemical and Erasirc Soap,
TUB GRZATXST LABOR AKD
MONEY SAVING FAMILY STAPLE.
Please Observe t
This Soap tool: the first premlnm at the World's Fair
In Loudon, where ?00 different Soaps were on exhibi
tion, after a trtnl of three hoars washing oat paints, tar,
grease and printer*# ;nt
Ist.—This Soap Is. every ounce of It, washing mate
rial.
dd.—'When need aa directed It dispenses with all
pounding and machine friction, and will save fall flay
per cent, of the time and labor usually required to do
the washing of a family.
Sd.—w«t«r—ln its tue of this Poan. nanl water need*
no " breaking" or cleansing. Simply use a small ex
cess of the Sap.
sth.—Clothe will look ranch whiter and cleaner, sad
last longer. The soap Itself souen* the fabric and
loosens the dirt. It Is warranted not to l.it re toe flneat
fabric.
sth.—A strong solution or * ;d* will clean paints, fur
niture. kitchen men-01*. etc* with the greatest vaee,
rapidity ami thoroochnesa.
Used as a Toilet Boap, it cleanse* the skin ot
dirt, grease, tar. paint, printer # ink. ete„ leaving It soft
and clear, it Is Invaluable for Laud washing.
?th.—lt will remove oil. wheel greas**, paint, ete„
from silk and woolen goods, a-d the best llnnn.-U niay
be washed in It without being filled. or with oilier soap*.
Dealer* and the publL. generally are requested to
give the Soap a trial.
Mr. R. H. Mewart, being a practical soap-maker, has
experimented upon and le-trd these soaps in various
ways, and offers It to the public as a ;josp which will
SAVE TIME, LABOH AND HONEY.
Ws are willing It should rest upon it* merit*. AU wa
ask Is to give It »trial and If tt does sot gtvo full satis*
faction, the money will be refunded.
LF“ For sale at all the leading grocery sure*. Co
•ore and get the genuine.
uel-dsT>lm Manufactory. Klnz!»*t, Chicago.
iriarrl).
‘XT’ERY IMPORTANT TNKOR
» MATIOK.—The llllnoU Starch Company, at
Ottawa, are now manufacturing the Purest Starch In
the world. In body, quality and whiteness It cannot
be excelled, and being nianitracturcd entirely with
spring water, whleh Is naturally soft as rain water. U
contain* no nefarious chemleaC hence It Ulnfftiltely
more desirable for food and laundry purposes than
any othrrln u»*.
A* an assurance to the public of the merits ot
the Starch, any amount of the most satisfactory refer
ence* could be given, but In thin cose reference >eem to
be unnecessary, aa all. by procuring a little for trial,
con satisfy thoiuaelve*. In buvtug the Starch be uar.
tlcular In seeing that Ills taken front boxes marked
ILLINOIS STAItCU COMPANY,
Mc’UINNIS, MAKER.
To Whole**]* Dealer*, the Compaor would say with
our unequalled faculty for manufacturing, and the very
great advantage we nave over all other factor!.** at
purchasing corn at low price*, we o*a sell vou at
figure* that will make U to your Interest to scad u*
your order*. Every box of Starch that leave* tho
raotory I* warranted equal If not superior to any pro.
dnred In the world. All orders auu communication*
addressed “Illinois Starch Company, Ottawa. Illinois,”
will receive prompt attention. t.ja^»aLAm
Bags.
RAGS—BAGS—BAGS--BAGS—
JL> CORK EXCHANGE
BAG nAICPACTOBT.
HART. ASTITK A CO„ IS? 3ouia Water ac. Chicago,
B. E. feLafeg * CO- 128 Broad street, New York.
MaatmcTratas axo ocauuta ta
Sacs of Every D ecK;trip t ion. .
Miller** and Grocers’ Bag* made and printed tu order
withbeautifhl oranda. Newandseconn handdeamles*
Grain and Unsay Bag*, for Shipper*. MUler* and Kar
men’use. Bag* for Flour. Buckwheat, Feed, Hama,
Balt. SeetL Ac,
IF* Order* ailed with fidelity and dispatch. Bags
loaned to shipper*. myMy
QHICAGO BAG AGENCY.
275 SOUTH ATER STREET.
SEAMLESS CHAIN **AGS of tulobi sizes ud
■nalttloa,
FLOUR—Halves. Q Aert, sad Bsbta, printed to
order of tor desired pattern.
HAM SACKS—Every ilze used.
GUNNY BAGS—TWO or Three Bushels.
Commission Merchants. Millers. Grocers and Pro*
rUloa Dealer* will dad just the articles wanted In oar
stock. Order* solicited.
Hawkins * chapman.
BAGS! RIGS IS BAGS St!
■“FABinex,x**s
STEUI BAG HISITACTORT.
so. t? vimr mor. omezoo.
BAGS A3H> SACKS
Of every description famished oa
abort notice, end stinted with
New ud BeentlmL Brands.
aUHOtfFARTTIXL.
tpMNwiytrar-
rjurorr bags— loo,ooo for
VX ... SALS AT THE
Corn Hzchange Bar BlannJactory*
HAH r. ASTTCf A co„
otiMSUszl rn Sooth wsterweroet. Cbteeco.
jJainters.
TEVNE & ALMINI,
U Fresco asd Decorative
-3? JL. I R
101 Washington N* Chicago,.
FRESCO AND .DECORATIVE PAINTING
In tbs Parlor*, Dining Ball* and -libraries of tint,
claw Bealdoncsa.. Also, ibe Imaiior of ‘.litreties*. Pub.
Uc Hall*. Ac, in ’Chicago, Illinois and other State*
Wo ai*o give strict au» ntlun to tbs Graining of Wood
and Marble*. and solicit your nnlerv, comiuvut cf ax
entinir t&em I* voer entire «atl«flwTlon,
Boarffliy Jbvne s almi.nl uu Washington •
\\TET 'WHEAT.—Farmers Like
TT node#.—lstnprvpandtoreoelrsaoddry you*
damp unsaleable wheat. k> Uul U will pass Inspection,
and •tore It M tbs usual mn, xnarnntcetnw h> eonndv
sees wbsa called. Charges ft>r Drvtn g ordinary damp
wheat fbr farmers and country dealers will not ete*e<l
five cents per bushel. Advances made on wheat left
Instore. Caloric Dried Meal from new con for Mis
by tbs bo* or barrel. UeiMy] SYLVESTER MABnU»

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