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;3 r " To Uorse Owaerfc. Dr. Sweet’s
luTa'l'Me L’r.ln-et for tfnw'U unrivalled by ary.bs
*J2 ca«ji cf Lamme's*. arising from Edams. Bmisos or
■nTftrtL-.s. its effect Jamagiadaad certain. "Heme*
cr ?*ddJc Galls. Scratchy Mange, U will also care
»pocdlir. *r*rir. mud Klnghoae may -be easily pre
ver t f J*. and ettrad la their Icoipicrt stage*, bat contrm*
edcjv'er irc beyond the poffifotuty of a radical care.
- K - ca?f ' ° r however. Uso desperate cr hope.
bni St rcay bo dictated by this Ltoimcitt and Its
rt’tbrr.’. cr?*i-'ation TUI always remove the Lameness.
l “' : c:r>v - e ‘»*e horse to travel with compsrittve ease
srury horse owner should have this remedy at hand
f.r ■■-ftloely use at the first appearance of Lameness
rn eicctuar.y prevent those formidable diseases men
“ oned. tc which aUboraes aw liable, and which render
•c many otherwise valuable beraea nearly wordless
free ffivcrtisement. For sale by j. E. JOHNSON
jHaers: Agent. TP State street. noTTOocw-dly ’
► What is it?— The vhole ■world
c. .<•>. iuch-:"r.5. * It 1> tie mo«t excellent article ever
ra_-.. Then, corner the What Is It?
Ar.-p.vr, ‘LTOy’S for the Bair."
Everybody use* It. Everybody Hkp* it. Try It and
prove H. cxcallcaoe. field hy all dealers. foßMr**
*3#' XtcneAy’s Meiki iiW'-ferj
_ cun* Scrotaia.
Kennedy* Mwilcal Plsrcvccuroc ErrMei&a.
Medical Disccrferr carts dicker.
wl? c,e< > U Okco very cures Ntirelngfiore hTth.
J* ‘-'V .* j;ec.ußi
d.- ■* Mod;-al Plscevcrv cures Scald Head
ileoici.'. iM-wcry cur--s Hantttar of the Cat
g.cme*iy*c McdSrr.: DL ro-.rt cv.rvslJicerardSO-rcLeff
Keaav'i-p NS. r«(-<=., cures Lepra,
sxacr./j’t y;- r..-:.; cures IvUcrxiutliL-,
fleunecy *. JcOi-*jcal l!.: covr-ry curteSalt-lihemn
j-euneay't I>‘. r rrtryccrc> Byspepsla,
I} ; '“ CTcr J' tie Bowfcli.
D Kegutetes the Kirtnewv
Eauue*--. >:?•'.:>;-c'.‘T-ry P.cfn'.atei the Liver
He-:.:*-.: DifOv very has cared Dropsy,
urv .•!•. a end do no: know Tbßltltmatter
M, yo-.-srf aninwardlKimor. TryKennedyt
Madl;f_ r. - ,
Fcrsade b? s', oo5«hly
irSustc Stores.
OLDEST MUSIC HOUSE IN
CHICAGO.
IT. M. KIGG-IjSTS,
<succeasore to Slggtzs Brothers,)
Ka. U7 fiandoiph. Street So. 117
Ittb? oa’yri'i'-e in U.ecL’y where all kinds of Music
Ik>o*> ane bi'e<*.: Mn«:c raa be fou <1 Do act forget
f> number, ill Randolph street, near the oorner ol
C-arit la I\;; ;v s «ry Block,
one-® r- -a. u.s cuuutryprjffiutly attended to.
T AEGEST WHOLESALE
JLi house ar
Music,! Instruments and Strings.
JCUI’S WAITER,
99 South Clark Street, Chicago,
Jistof-t-tnrcr and Importer of Moalcal Instrument?
Lni.-r.il,'-..i wl.h r-unufarinriog*
1,,...-., rlin. Lelfi-lc, Dresden. England and Faris,
rrepr.r< •nr::l It Derler*. Bands and Indlsidiuils,
every anisic ;n line.
AT THE LOWEST IEW TORI PRICES.
ocii-c£i-ly JULIUS BAUER.
DRUjIS AKD BRASS
IKSTBUJIESTS.
JCLIiS BAUER,
jiasuf ACTUiiDR op
DRUMS AND BRASS INSTRUMENTS,
99 South Clark Street, Chicago.
plumbing.
nr* c a EMITS & COMPANY,
Brass Cock Manufacturers,
COPPERSMITHS, V\j
ASD DEALERS IN
WROUGHT. IE OK PIPE,
STEAM AND GAS FJTTiKGS.
SHEET COPPER, CLOCKTTItX t PUMPS, &c.
AAS0 —Particular attention paid to Jobbing of all
kind.", coantcici with tbo Trade.
223 Waiilimgion St., Chicago, 111.
rool.ta.-'.iiO
D. McFARLAU E’S
Gas, Steam Fitting
AND PLOIEIAG ESTABLISHMENT.
54 Lasalle Street, Chicago, .
I)CaXEU 13f
CAS FIXTURES AMD IBSN FCBHITORII,
PiU C x i CdE PL JIM.JBER,
And Manufacturer cf
All T-vlnd.s of Storun "Worlr.
TO THE TRADE:
Tue trade '•ur;'’. vd "■'.t’i nud c'ery article to the
Om. fcseau-i x tt. ± and Fluiubtog iiaslneeß. Ru-tiild-
Inf am. J>ro, z . g owi-c w
i3T“ ilaaulaciurv 1"T and pOErst TTasMagtoD ctrett
THE SINGER
SEWING HAGHIIE3!
IN OKDEIC TO FtifE THE
BEST FAMILY MACHINES
In tli <9 World
Within the reach of all. wo have reduced car LETTER
A„ rr Transvcres Sii..tjc Machines, beau Hi ally orna
im-nivi. to
Jr’T?” * POTiTiAHe.
THLsL LETTER A MACHINES CONTAIN
Recall i'eitiini’le Ititororetiienfs.
■S7c t-;: f
r . .c.' (hcfcre purchasing c1b0...
... . .... of r>. l>roes-
i:* Joe »Lu V«lt Ur light
mic unL-u-rlj g purpose*.
Fi\c*r*sXo. 1 and 2 btaudardShuttle Sachines,
Bet' cf'«-rv g»acrr,l application acl tfi]>acJt , - 1 and
P uhi: :a lac ;anj'.y Pjt e reduced
r-.-spvc;.'. c»v £ruci uuU fciLU to £.ll and f.W.
Sc. S £uacard Shuttle Brtliine
For Csrriau«> Makers and heavy leather work. Price,
THE SINGER MACHINES
Make the Interlock*; fl'l’h --lii-jh i- the h n 't etitfb
uovu. o' t,turu -rv-c • "-ih u; nerstood,
tluij !•; .r ; t-tracturc. of nr-ut {riTub’.Uty. adapted to the
hv -' !-n ;.t:a nrat' -i g t-.ic i.r.i.-jc d In t i;c ni'r-t
u-.w.tJt l. and may bo used for several years
viu.ou.l. ic-jUliiCi rt-;iair.
THE STANDARD MACHINES,
per Tti'or.aj. Coot end S'.oe MaLlau. Hamers Utk
<_,rr a.t Cl<:„ etc, WjU do mure work.
u.ore wcacy, aac -re cheaper iLsis those (ff other
xna- ers a-* gift- aiways-t.a hand Hemming
Guides, Fhh. TwL-t. L'-ifci- am* Cotton Tiiread on
bt J ■!-. bu-st *l*cUlue Osl ;r Louies. etc, «tc.
tJF" Al p>rson- requiring inturmatien about E-cvricg
ih:.;r i>rit:t>, working carucilics, and
the r :i’.etiiu-is fl purchasing, um obtain il by send,
log tor 1, f-ir
L M- SING2E & CD’S GAZETTE,
Which Is a beautiful pictorial paper, e; ttreJy devoted
toUxs »oljtcu 11' wLIX l»L bf>T GlhaTlS.
U SINGER 6c CO.,
No. 50 South Clark street, (ouder the Pbermnn lloiiEe.)
JAMES BOLTON, Agent
ftttWy
CfifflKG MACHINES.
° L. CORNELL A CO’S
Family ttid -Mftatx£>aotxirln.s
540 SEWiNQ MACHINES.
TAGCjIDIA FABI2-S PATENT.
Wc r.r* : fl-rr :* rj to the tbousand* who -ire tiring
oerrihcu: u' ’tr.d tu«- tn ut.6T.d?tbatvxß» then, that
K> r.,, • il rKAi:£ iilK LI-
Cf isfr o i AML oi GLOVLIi A PAKAi; ELL4B
H‘J V ' Jr- ai.d t 1 • ffoors S‘.;'-ing ;;r using them are
MCcr- r.gui;.*iunv nior-I-.t-'.
Our riuctucc*-jusswjier. we xraai tberi; In
d on h:. fc.Vi-’I;- popular basie
vrtv: u-n uu>: ix.au. a. c prioefl p:scbh.u.-is any
rr«m i_ m;u iinr? ht< ..it! at • u uud
tfu - iniKit u"*, no\T» *-6TcraJ >, Se-'jdifci.
P--C evorruimg c- ■ -ar; ttiLtr.liyorbtop.
Tui? tuvßi *-:a\ i;.t cnrai*! m, lf.'j'TiMATn .yp
8 StACUli.'*. IS JLAKAXT.
in to <-- r MadJu*.? uswt-gascur cusLomen
we c.nor to ’..Li ■-> ii -HL riuM.t it -Cxcy da>* for
or. machine wL*cu tlut* wholly taikify tkt pur-
Chaser. Tbl-.L-sriro alone iuskus our niacUno worth
mad. T&srs thaca;. - c:!;.;r, as luaroi.t-jetsarilysome
risk in battue most mac
Aftw of Ste su,'>erlor 12' Whiles are ntea a
■tra’.gbtnswJlc; gr.uiepact uttlvr l l.i- anntwewn
Crott two c .mmua -pools, neither bilng fatttabd and
boLalr. strut ■ ura ou fetuses; la irom <lu«t
**d ttii'-j.-a- no ci; t v-s lever purch&rc fo greater than
tLit ./t -a -M.< -I La.bui tv.-o regnlattsg
aorew^,-.' 4 . ‘ut; n-t snove a!:a ju .tou:; t-v. driving
wD*elTTcutu-dv out bMs or table; Ire 'u’rna nc etter
fcttii f-r u!l uXT/ork ; H will cefitMuycic neal
lx V*u:trv OF WOKC TC*.y AST M.tTIIST,
*mon’ tut Luirl-. .i writ.- whldi we arc
icmuou If It runs easily anu stui; It botnem
nobody novlr-jecjit. ntenuge ft. >’ons ctburwlll taris>
fr where lit- >.r. v-r.. . . .
•H t can tjT t.-.ut to piece cf ma
chinery over grew rs rapidly into tmjvt!>a! lavor as
OUT n--iic j !.rt-r vt;.r- !>- plaef i llitm In
Idoverv front ra:ik» of and tfcoaeb
ucr iUHau'aciuru.u Lave bt-oc i»rje»;ly in
crt»>cd »e have nut b>.ou t -j supply t’tc ti-.'cuuide
dnrcnc the v*i>i MUt.-,L Y. t cw,uuu ni ail orders. We
yjiTwSdded to C”T nf'.n Uiu inGHTciDi. HLAHS&
JUliNf-GN ADJo'fi'i ALLK ill- MMSIt and CSC now
Cefp luc world tc j-rc.-fLetter instmineoa Or
doing all kinds ul u u ci-Lruh’ory. Let every
one wbo A tuiares**". .u (!■•» Jicproremecta In
feewln*’ MBCldnea vli t.T-r u-i..- vW, jo -jvitrciiafie or
not. wood for a Diacriptive uirtuiar or-d of
We most cacti sc the pi:H;e apairs; unprincipled and
lrr> soonwhlb partly- who have elnaned to be
osr BucceA-ore,' iu*.t were
out of mar«ad,acfc!Tora oitft-uw,y iE-*.u.unc of our*
In Ue place. We osly soil our own m-cLuwa, Tug
6«,t ATArr*# Rali-ru, uid we 'iroimriopiun
ie eigfcl HortStweaterc Addrc.--.
JL, At CO.,
* poet Olhce Box E’.QilcagallL
C*D at l£S (Lsct C C
TSIPORTAjSt to builders.
JAMES McCAMMOX,
Cml Blzeet, bet Slaaieoa end Washington SU.,
CHICAGO, ILL,,
Manr.fvttui'CT tmddcr-lcr I" ail fpds ol Brood Mould*
Door Jamb* and Architraves of any dralrt-c psi
}eri;. Cir:-«h»r Mouldings any Radius. >• nod rur lug
an ui branches scr-d; rawing ancCorjlc*; Brackets,
a variKypatterns: Octagon and four b.ded Balus
u-rk >;(.«-<!, uz hand and mstlf s* order;
saa jvractr«> Planing and Matching u!:d Saw
lli e dr.at lO'-.Mcrln the be*t -tnauticr at tbfi khor.est
I-Oj.of ; Ft .c- isch-ts. Particular attcaUon wren to
SillTg ordrre from tue country 10.- m.y and ah of the
olac ;ptloa, or w.-r/. R.:D for Rough aad
Loabtr hiled with dlupatCu. and slJpnednt
tnr lov-ct mirket price Tour at entton la turned be*
fore l»ariih^i., { . ux.-wfccre. hi-’ metto is " Good
work and low price* win."
Agent lor w.v. b. BILL’S Justly celebrated
cov EBSIKC TAtVE^Sy
to regulate the motion
•isgtjSs m ' 4rami -
Post Office Box tai. rß * JsSTG-ly
Atones auto IBirijange.
TED—Land Warrants.
APPhYTO
•JV 3j • LEE,
.denmiy
fiß dark street, earner Lake.
XGHA HG E O N
KSViOBX AJCD BOfITOR,
OclLdaMy Commlwion Merchants HO.ISXB.W. ct
||£ O N E Y JO; L O A N
CHICAGO cm ntORBTI)
Or on Good Improved Plarms ia tWa State.
Money l g a n*e d
ob flzstoian securities at the
Banking OSlee of Wm. H. Sic® & Co«
Ko. 6B Clark Street.
*g»os a* 10 per cent. Short Pa.
I?OR MONEY TO LOAN
Coucc'e£ Eet ‘ ! E * tate ir. Gsok and adjoining
Apply to
ERNST PRUSSiHC.
la Foreiga Kxehacge,
. AYD UEAL ESTATE STOt^E.
Agent for ths Bdtiab. Coamarcicl Life la-
sumxoo Co., and Notary Public.
No * * ■ ■ Ltgnon Biaek - - No, 6
noii-ly S. £. cor. of Clsricaac Washington sa.
business ffiarbs.
DKS. SMALL & BEEBE have
removed to their New Office Rooms,
So, 102 Wftshlngton Street,
TTperc they arepreparedto attend to theirnrofeeslcaa:
calls In Medicine and burgery at all hour* of the dav
and night. jalSdaSs^Sm
riHABLES B. WAITE,
ATTOIUTET ACT) COCXEELLOE AT >.«w -
I*B CUik Street, Chicago.
elventc as Ire c-re»l e.ate
and to tue cohecUca of <-Jt.trr« within the atate o*
PAYSON & REYNOLDS,
ATTOEKETS A COUK6ELLOB9 AT LAW,
86 • • Dearbcm Street • • « go
CHICAGO.’ n-LINOIo.
Umuqaa.-’Eeyanlda, Ely ft Co M L H. Burch ft Cd„
vtlcago; B. BeynolcU ft Co., Boston : jooc M,
Atwood, Em-PniladeipfcU- Meesrr. Eprinser ft Wtltc
maa. A 6. LSommedleu, ClaclpaaS: John as*
dreva £sq-Pres’t Board of Control, D. w.
Presided, CdornbuH, 0.; 7-B. Elv & Co., George fcte
phenspa, £sq„ Edward Pierrepont, Esq., New Y’ork;
Kon. Ire Hama, Hoc, Amasa J. pirtor. Albany, N Y -
John G. Deanler.Esq- Buffalo. ■ JeureO-ly"
(CRAWFORD, SHARP & CO.,
IMSOKnaSS AKD DSALEE3 te Crockery,
Qi&ae and China Table Cutlsr* - , i-ocilac Glasses Csa
tors and British Ware, Ko. llfc Lake street, Chicago,
miaola. w ni2Wf4y
Stationers. &c.
QAETER & STONE, Dealers in
BA6I AKD PAPER,
36 South Canal Street chlcaeo. EL
J, T, Ciito. B, b. Brass.
t3T Cash paid for all kind* of Cotton and Woolen
Ban. •cl’SB-ly
TJHTLER & HUKT, 48 Stalest.,
JLA bars now on hand the following dses of printing
ww:
aoz*s acxtt 26zc jrzss
2 A2& *'* SSH-"*
3CrC Mz34 25rSS XrSS 2Cx2?
Andareracdvinralarfeattortiieatof BOOK paper.
9.000 reams of Wrapping Paper, cf different diee
LOGO ream* Manilla do.
icoo reams Cap and Letter, and a general assortment
of Printer** Stationery.
LOOOkegt cf Mother's celebrated Book and News Ink.
All of which will be sold for cash at the lowest posal
bis rates.
znhl3 MT Cash nald for Ran .m*
DA. INGEBSOIL,
• Bum Book Maacraorcaxa,
BOOK BINDER AND ECLEB.
lam now prepared to manufacture Blr.nk Books cf
every description. ruled and bound to anr desired pat
terns, with or vithont printed headings. Particular at
tention paid toordersnomCountvOrllcera, Banka, &c.
BUI Heads, Letter Heads. Shipping Bills, Ruled
and Printed to order. Magazines. Per'odicaii. etc,,
boand In any style. Old Books bound and re-bcuad.
All kinds of Printing done with neatness and dispatch.
Terms moderate. NO. 125 LAKE STB bill.
Northeast corner of Clark, (entrance on Clarks tract.)
Poet Ofcce fici -)SM. dT2c^Si.iy
jpor dike’s Beak.
gT. JOSEPH & PIKE’S PEAK
Transportation Llne^
A. WASHES’ * CO.,
General Freighter* to the Mines,
STORAGE. FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
MERCHANTS.
We have Trains leaving St. Joseph weekly through
out the year, for all parts In the mines, sue can give
parties unusual facilities for getting out freight with
oLpatch and at reasonable rates. All goods shipnedto
our case, destined for the mine?, will be promptly at
tended to. Warehouse on Sixth Street.
A. WARREN ft CO..
aultttO-ly , &t. Joseph, Mo.
rvCTNS !—GUNS i!—GUNS !iI
\JT Gone. Blfiea, Pistols; Coil's, Ai- ■
en’e, Sharped and every variety of Ra-*kw ‘%g xp
rolver- Bowie Knives, Tents. Picks. v«i^/
Shovels. Fans. Gold ftculea, BlanketA&cd
all kinds of miner’s tools; Powder, RhoL .JFlwx
Cepa,iiad ammunition generally. B
for S(, Louis Shot, Sole Agent lor fiaz
krd’c Powder. GEO. T. ABBEY lift Lak&at. *p23y
©rsigsas.
p Uri'UKES UUKEB ,
XI) jir the gjg A
gian ECBBES BiCSS T&C6S.i9L }
This Trust is unlike an others ever
need, both It construction and mate
rial Dooa not constantly press on the rupture, and
thereby give a call Lr a trun for life, kke moat tmeses
It use, out presses in fear places, bringing the part-- to
gether, civiog nature a chance to core, which It docs
In nearly all caeca. Does not press UPON THE CORD,
or obstruct circulation; never soils or corrodes, and is
always clean and new. Young persons and recent
casnc slwavs cured. FEval clans say It is the ONLY
PlilLoSul’ir > AL TRUSS IN USii None but those
who have sudered with the misery cf rapture Can ac
ureciatetfce value of the ‘’Riggs Truse." An Illustrated
naniphlet, containing all particulars, sort free to any
,nc,by addressing L B. SKLLET.
Exclusive ana Sole Agent for the 'Western Statei.
Office IS* Lake street, Poet Office boH.*>s, Chicago,
i-iola.
nciUalo trade supplied at Nsv York prioea.
jyOTMy
©g»trts
CTBVENS & .WEBBER.
oirsTJBMS, wy
F3SSH FROM BALTIMORE EVERY DAT.
108 - Buidoiph StrMt - 108
pr Orders tram the country eolidted end promptly
attended to. ocffiefoLS-fii:.
sJaintetg..
TBYNE & ALMIKI,
fj Fresco and Decorative jjffi
painter. s. g ß«|£ W
191 Washington el. Chicago.
FEESCO AND DECORATIVE PACKING
In the Parlors, Dining Halls and Libraries of first
Uaßs Uneldeoctis. Abo. the Interior of Churches, Fub
He Halls, Ac, In Chicago, Illinois and other States
’.Ve also give strict att cnonto the Graining of Wood,
and Marbles, and solicit year orders confident of exe
coring r>--»m to yoar entire sari-faction.
noaFSuy J£VN£ a ALMLN L lOl Washington s
IJopn Rangings.
ALL P A P E RI
LiBffBIX AfISOKTMEBf? Of
PATTERNS
AT
DRAKE & BBO>«,
PAZKTXBS AND PAPER HANGERS,
. • • loitti Clmric Stmt • • • • 184
[ociftxlyi:
Heal Estate.
gUPKRIOR STOCK FARM
FOB SALE,
la Rase County, State of Illinois,
COHIAUmfG 384 AGUES,
Sixty of Timber, and the balance Bolling Prairie. A
good twoelory Frame Hon**, two large Barns, six
hlieda, large Corn Crib. Griaej r, lco-bou*e, and Out-
Loose tor Milk Boom, Store Be am, and Men's Boom—
rc-Dvenient for dividing Into two Farms, all the Bnlld
lagsaod Fences la superior conrtltion, 3ring on the
Fox Ulver two milee irom EaUvia, four'miles ftom
Aurora, thirty-eight from Chicago. The trains of tie
Chicago, Borilogtoa & Qnincv BalirosQ pass in view cl
the buuae. Mill Creek, a large never-railing stream,
runs through the farm. All the Stock, liay and Grain,
implements, and Household Fnirlt'.re mav be per
ti-aece together, or tiie Farm aeparatclv. This Fans
and Improvements, beauty of locution, richness ofsoli,
ai.d all its surroundings, perhaps is second to none In
trie State.
dollars per acre, all cash down; for the
Farm. The moveab;c property on one year’s credit
F;-r farther partlcalan address Box Iw PostOihce,
Batavia. Ullnois. delßd‘Sa-tm
THE only preparation
JL THAT HAB
STOOD THE TEST OF YEARS,
And grows more tad more popular every day.
BEAD TEE FOLLOWING
Bam y. Crux. Mich.. Dec. Hat, IMB.
Pnor-Woon;—Thee vlit please accept a line to In
form thee that the hair on my head all fell off ovet
twenty year* afro. caused by a complicated carunlo dla
e&ae, attended 'with an ernpdon on the bead. A con
tinual coarse of suffering through life having reduced
me to estate of dependence, I hart not been abl*- to
obtain stuff for caps, neither Lave I been able to dc
them op. In consequence of which my bead has saflered
extremely from cold This Induced me to pay Brices
& Hodges almost the last cent I bad on earth lor a two
ddltr ootlle of tby linir Restorative abets* the 11m ol
A last, I bare faithfully followed the directions
and the bald spoils now covered with hair thick and
black, though short. It Isalso coming la all over my
head. Feeling confident, that another large bottle
would restdMK entirely and permanently, I Teel anx
loaa to persevere In Us use, and being destitute of
means to purchase any more. I would s*C thee If thee
would not fee willing to scad me ffn order on thine
scents tor « bottle, ana receive to thyself the eerlmcre
declaration—“the reward is to those that arc kind to
the widow and the fath ericas. _
Thy friend, , SDBA2SKAE B3SBT.
T Voblc Co., IncL, Feb, sth. ISSS
Psor. O. J. Wooih-D««t Eir: In the latter pan of the
Scar IMS, while attending the State and National Law
c nooi of the State of h’ew 1 orfc my hair. from a catua
unknown to me, commenced fulling off vety rapidly, so
that In the short space of six months the whole upper
pert of my scalp wsee most entirely bereft of its cover.
ipg, and much of the remaining portion epos the aide
and back part of myheaduhortlv ailer became gray,
so that yon will not be surprised when I tell yon that
upon my return to the Bute of Indiana, my more cas
ual acQoalmalotaoces were not ao much at a loss to
dlscoverthe cause of the change in my appearance, as
mv morelßtlmaw wwra to reoogßlaeTßr
stall.
I st oace made application to the most skfllfal phy
sicians la the country, but. receiving no assurance
from them that my hsir could again be restored, I v»
forced to become reconciled to mv fiue. nailh fortunate
ly, in the latter pan of the year lte7, roar Bestoratfre
was recommended to me by a dreertst, as being the
moat reliable Hair Restorative tn u»e. f tried one iot
tie. and found to my creatsaUsfacUon that U was | ro
dcclng the desired effeet, Cloce that time, I bare j -ed
seven doUaa 1 worfrof your Beatoratlve, aad as* re
sult. «<>«*# very soft buck hair, wblcano
money can buy. very respectfully yours,
• A, af. T.ATTA,
Attorney aad Counsellor at Law
O. J. WOOD * 00* PriJPrtetora, *4l Broadway. Kew
To rk. andju Market aU«ot, 6l Lo ds, M o and sold by
(tijicatjo Crtiunt
SATURDAY, MARCH S, 1661.
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Sampson James C 9 .. BtaekWm' • ; ■<- :
Shepherd J Simms ThomaaSwantda. Wo -
Sherwood John * capt 3 : Snmni W
SCrihner John H Stiff Thomas W Spafford. Lyman
Scott John C Surges Henry W4-.?;
BchaDweQWm. Smith Hamon P. Smith Marcnaß :
Shipman wniie Stiles ft Co JM Sina Martin
.Sampsontfr - Smith SmithLntiier
Snow, Wilson ftSpeacezJ.S ■ SmottMichael .
Co - Sinclair James - Smith Lewis dr..
Stroose ft Eowe Srnon J P Slocam Mr
"Smith P Slattery Janes Swan Mr .
Smith P P Smith James. Snovel IB
Smith Chas B Spencer JC SpriggsMr
Stiles Charles-
Thatcher D C Tate Wm
Toof J A
Tackhorn H Throop Chas B Tall mage Wm J
Templeton HugbThomas P W Tuckerwn H
Tallmadge Boot Turner PH TsylorJJ2 •
Thomas T D Tozier H L TurnboD John
Taber Geo S TylerA-CO' ... Teptsey John
Teaedale G H Tamer & Young Tankard John
Tinsley Thos. Taffett & C TarnowJoha
-Thomas Geo I* Trego Morris W Thomber John
TitsworthSyh’r Taylor Martin Town J B
Thomas EF. TeW Walter Terry Lucius
Tripp Dwight S .
Varfty W Vanal'en Jas 2 Vince t Robert
YreelandWH Vincent JF Vent C F
V incent John I*
Walker SM Whitney mr Woodson WT
White R J Welsh Moses C • Willson Wm rev
Wheeler Ezra Wells Mosee D fiWniams Wm 3
Watkins E M WeatcoitLK Wlgejns-WH
Webb Edwin "'Aeston Wm 3 Wrath Jno
WalkerEzraH Wa*hhcrnWASWfllaidJnoß
Walsh Dennis Whales Wm Woodside JuoT3
Walters David White W cipt Wilson Jas D
Wagner J A Wear Jno Wood* Hugh
Ward espt WestJnoM Wise Henry
WetmoreCoTnsSWest Jno Wilson M H
Weroa Chr Wann John Wilson Geo A
Whitlock. White Jno Woodruff Geo
Walker C H Whiddcn Jno M Williams G W ,
Waite Chas G . Warren Jno Wilson Geo
Wdber P W Whipple J H Wright Si • eon
Wheilan PatrictWarren Jo?lah 2Woodbary S
White C Whitehead JeaseWixsoa S
Walsh Pete Wamrone J Williams BW
Wait Chas D Waldo Jas L 3 Worn Eugene
Whitaker Chas Walker Jesse R 'Wood Eli 2
Webber Albert Wheele; T H Williamson R G
Watson B H WebbTVr*C* WintefbnrnEd
Webber AC Walsh Gerald WilborChasS
Webber Albert Woodworth M Woods Chas
Waldo B F Wi ner M Wright P B
Welle & BaseettWilcos Loyal Williams C H
Walsh Thos Williamson H Williams Archer
Ward mr Wright S Bash-Woodcock mr
Ward rev neil
Young Albert L Young James Young Edward
Young James R Young Samuel Young Ben
ZnllH
Initials.
Resident of Danville Coal C 0.... Chicago Oil Co
5....A J & Co Western Jjmd Agency.... Arctic
Marine Ins C0....M 8 D....W B M Andrew M
Box 2693 EF H 2 ...Am Needle Co Art
Union....Agt NYMutnal Life Ins Co Bhelby
House—lo3 Randolph street.
Persons wishing drop letters advertised must af
fix a three cent stamp.
open from Ist May to Ist November,
dally, (except Sundays) from Ta.k. tills p.H. On
Sunday from 8 till lOif a.m. From November 1 till
Mayl, from 8 a.m. till 8 r.r., -daily (except Sun
days), and on Sundays from 8.30 till 10.15a.k.
ISAAC COOK. P. M.
Ingutaiue.
gTATEMENT of the nditiou
OF THE '
SECURITY FIRE INSURANCE CO.,
OatoefirstdaycX January,-IS6L
The name of the Company Is SECURITY FIRE IN
SURANCE COMPAN Yi and Is located In the City of
NewTork.- .
The amount of capital stock is $600,000
Capital pH4 up la..
CasiTon hand and in hands ol Agents .*62. r ro.9R
100 Shares of Stock Bank of New York 9,700 CO
50 ** Bank of Commerce 4.7j«.00
14 “ -■•-•* -Bank of North America. i,:>v.oo
50 “ “ American Exchange B'k. 4,75.0')
New Tork Cltv Bonds 15.af8.75
Bonds of the onion Free School 10,025 00
Debts doe the Company, secured by mort
gage on Beal Estate 493,650.00
Loans secured by 45 Shares Great Western)
Insurance Stock I 5,000.00
Scrip Union Mutual Insurance Company . )
8 Shares Continental Insurance Company... SOOCO
£3 •* Resolute Insurance Company. 2,00000
82 “ Sixth Avenue Railroad 1,50000
Dne for Premiums... 4,233.55
BUl*Receivable 2^909.77
Total., ..„ ...8659.atf.05
Losses unadjusted $<8,200
ah claims against the Company. • 200
Total $28,400
The greatest amount Insured In any one nsk... .SIO,OOO
&W.PHU.UPBSCO.,
Agents for Chicago, Office No. 4 Clark street.
ORIGINAL
[Certificate to expire on the ast day of January 1£63.]
AtniTOß’B Offick. Stats of Illinois, >
Springfield, January 20. J
Whereas. The Security insurance Companv of New
York Clty.has filed In this office astatement or the con
dition its affairs, as required by "An act to regulate
the Agencies of insurance Companies notincon ora'ed
by the State of Illinois," approved Fcbrnarv l lth, iss\
an act amendatory thereto, approved January ih’d, 1557,
and whereas, said Companv ban tbrnl’lied satisfactory
evidence that it Is posae.-sed of the required amount o’f
capital. Invested in stocks and mortgages, and has filed
In this office a written Instrument, tlgucd bv the brea
dout and Secretary thereof appointing B. W.
PHILLIPS, of Chicago, TUincis. Its Agent for thetrans
action of the business of said Company, and tally and
unreservedly authorizing him to acknowledge service
of process for and on bebalt of said Company, c -n
--sentlng that eervice of process npon Mm. th'e said
agent, shall be taken and held tube served
upon the Company, and waiving all claim of error by
reason ot such service.
Now. therefore, in pursuance of t v e provisions cf
the acts aforesaid, T- jKSSrI K, DUBOIS, Auditor of
Public Accounts of the State of Illinois, do hereby
certify that the said B. W. PHILLIPS is authorized a*
agent for the said Company, to transact the business of
Insurance In this State, until the thirty-first dav of
January, In the year eighteen hundred and slxtv-t'wo,
so tar ae he may b« legally emp*werc<lso todo by said
Company. ■ “ - -
( , In Testimony whereof I have hereunto snb
} Bsax J scribed my name, amt affixed the seal of mv
1 J office, at Springfield, this seventh day of Feb
ruary, A, D. 18QL
JESSE K. DUBOIS, Auditor P. A.
Insurance Booms or
B. W. PHILLIPS & CO.,
Hoe. 4 and 7 Clark Street, Chicago, HI.
feU-oSHw
pHCENTX INSURANCE CO.,
OF TTABTTOBP, COKirECTHHTT.
jmiuut Ist, iseo«
CAOTOAPETAIfc f ..waywi,o(j
STTEPLUS. ... 183.3g.ai
Cash la the nands of and due from Agento.... 84.isi.ffl
Beal Estate, unincumbered 6,500.00
Loaned on Mortgage* of Beal Estate 86,200.00
Amount loaned on pledged Bant 5t0ck....... 4CJOO.tO
Amount loaned otherwise aecared 1.000.09
Paa Tan. Mi't. V±u
Fifty Shares U. 8. Trust Co.'s Block,
New Y0rk...... |E,MO |«.ICO
New York Bank Stock 135,100 140.73
Hartford Bask Stock. 150.5C0 ' "315,175,
Waterbary Bank Stock... iiffift myo
Stafford Bank Stock, Stafford. 400 <l3
Holyoke Water P*r. Co.’s Stock* 18,033 10.885
New Britain Water Bonds,, 10,000 M.TOG
Hartford City Bonds .... 10JDO 10,600
CoL peq. andlnd. B. B. Bonds 10,000 7AOQ
Accumulated Intereston Investment* 6,711
Total Asset* fSB2,SSJI
Total UaUDltlei - - • #40,704.55
H. EXLLOGG, Secretary.
HOthUP ft HHHT, Agents.
No. l Loomis’Building
Corner Clark and Water streets, Chicago,
Applications for Insurance, or the renewal of poll,
dee and all business connected with the office, may be
made to ns, duly appointed Agents for the City of
Chicago, with fall power to receive proposals and tssce
Policies, on as favorable terms as other responsible
Companies; and Its aim will be to secure the con£.
donee of the public by an honorable comae of dealing.
M. MAGILL. General Agent, SI and 33 West Third
street, Cincinnati, Ohio, to whom all applications for
Agencies, In the Western or Southwestern States may
be addressed. . [ap2Ao>ly
JP IR E , MARINE,
urn
LIFE INSURANCE,
MILLER « WILLMABTH,
Agtnts fbr ths
KARH&im UR, of New Tosh,
Homs, » «
PHENIX, M “
WASHINGTON, m m
CITIZENS, mm
PBOVIDEKCB ITABHIHGTON, Pro-
Tldence, B« L
COSWAT, oT Boston, Haw*
HAXPBEN, of Ifitiigtalt, MaMi
Afgregtite Ctpttol gad Sarplu,
$5,000,000.
OSes, No* 110 Sosth Water Street.
. UtAlyj - -
&o grippers.
gPECIAI NOTICE
TO SHIPPERS.
HlcUgsa Soathera. *ai Nnrtkera
ladiaaa Railroad
EXPRESS FREIGHT LINE
FOB TOLEDO. DETBOIT. CLEVELAND.
BUFFALO, ALBANY, HEW TORE, BOSTON.
PrTTSBTJBQIiPHILADELPHIA, •
BALTIMORE AND OTHER EASTERN CITIES,
Bath in the United States and
An Express Freight Train will leave Chicago Station
corner of Clark and Twelfth streets, dally, atlLo'clock
A. ML, for the above places.
Shippers by this line can rely on having their prop,
arty transported to its destination with as QUICK
DESPATCH and as yxw tsanstzss as by any other
route. ■ *i
This Company have within the pet few months built
Cars especially adapted for tuts trade, if desired.
Freight can be eent from Chicago to Cleveland. Dun
kirk, Buffalo, Pittsburgh or Hew Fork without change
of Cars. .
Byes at aD times *a lowas by any otiter Line.
XW~ Mart Freight designed for trig. Line. “Via
Michigan Southern Railroad Express Freight,”
Contracts riven at the General OffictNo S6 South
dark street and at Chicago Station.
jno. d. H. H. POSTER.
Gen. Bnp. Toledo. Act Geo. Frt asl
J«My CHAS. M. GRAY. Pont Agenlr
TBentists’ ®atbs.
WILLIAM ALBAUGHidg^
** DENTIST, Hgß#
88 WIST BANDOLPH-BX, CHICAGO C 8
poet Office Box 22a.
CoefßMy]
AW. FBEEMAM.ffIB.
* DBBTIBT,
io>.—gggf
No charge tor an examination or ÜBsnecesKfßl'WOTk.
P. O. Box KO.‘' - ocS*S-ly
TTILN DRIED CORN MEAL,
TUitdd MHU.-SDO bbl. oi tbU ctictnM
brand tn store and fbr sale by _____
BEDFORD. VSBKDITR * CO^
*O. as Bout* Water M
insurant*.
gTATKMEKT of the Condition
OP THE
GOODHUE FIRE ISSP&N€E CO.,
OF.NW TORE CiTT
On the Ist day of January, 1861, to the Auditor of
the State of miauls.,
rfaaaggiasw sr
TOBK, locatwril’lfew Tort City.
Capital Stock to.s2QO,ooo&O f v«ch * an paldop.
Cash cm band ana In hands ol areats,... 517.H2J7
Debts due the Company secured by Mort-
T gs«eoaae*l«»tsie..... . „ 187,'TOJJO
iMsedoaeiDeb.,', 24,cett>
tisajs
Another securities
147L53
Looes incurred and tn prow of Mlcst*
meat .V. *9 800.1)0
Other claims iSXLOO
Tha greatest amount Insured In any one risk 5,000.00
B* %v • FHHtIfIFS Sc CO«j
Agents for Office Nca. 4 and 6 Clark street.
ORIGINAL
[Cerffilcote to expire on tbe Ist day of January, 1862.}
AmnOE’a Orric fc Ft at* or iLirsata, ?
fcptingfleld, February 15th,lS6L J -
•Wbereaa. .The Goodhue Insnrrnos Company of Jffew
Tort City, has filed la this oflieeastatemeototthe con
dition oflts&Sa'n. as required by ‘•An act to regUbrte
tbe Agencies of InwanceCompanlesnotlncorvorated
by the Statooi miaoSa” Approved February nth. 183,
auact amendatory thereto, approved Jaauary£M. ISS7,
and whereas. KdaCotapany has furnished satisfactory
evidence that *t Is possessed of the required amount of
capital. Invested in stocks and mortgages, and has filed
in this office a written Instrument, signed by the Pres
ident and Secretary thereof, appointing B. W.
PHILLIPS, of Chicago, lUloote, its Agent for the trans
action of business of said Company, and fully and
unreservedly authorizing him to acknowledge service
cf process for and an behalf of said Company, con
senting that service of process upon him, the said
agent, shah be taken and held to be aa valid as If served
upon the Company, and waiving all olaim oi error by
reason of such rervlca.
l-ow therefore In pursuance of the provisions of
the acts ofbreiald. J. JESSK E. DUBOIS, Auditor of
Public Accounts of tbe State of I linoia, do hereby
certify that Ihesaldß.W. PHILLIPS is authorized as
agent for the said Company, to transact the business of
Insurance to this State uetd the thirty-first day of
Januarv. In the year eighteen hundred and sirty-two,
so fhr aa he may be legally empowered to do eo by said
Company.
( , In testimony whereof I have hereunto sub
•; seal, r scribed my name, and afflxea the seal of my
i J office, at Springfield, this fifteenth day of Feb
roary, A D. ififiL
JESSE E. DUBOIS, Auditor P. A.
ißsannee Dooms of
B W.PHILLIPS & OCX.
Kos. 4 and 6 Clark street, Chicago, HL
felS-e’ni-lm
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION
OP THB - - -
NWGIRi FIRE MS. CO. OF N. Y.
February 1, 1861.
CASH CAPITAL
ASSETS.
Cash In hand and la Bank 823,0C6.Tft
Bonds and Mortgages in New Tork and
Brooklyn—all first liens 227,050.00
Brooklyn City and Hudson Elver Railroad—
Ist Mortgage Bonds
Call loans on stock—well secured.
Interest Accrued
Premiums outstanding...
$307,310.20
LIABILITIES.-
Unsettled claims ol all kinds.
CapUal.
Surplus,
The undersigned represent also the
LorlUard Ins.Co,,N. T.,]
SSSSSS? - « Participating.
.Etna « « J
Niagara M ** I
Mercantile <s M > Stock.
Lenox 6 < K )
B. C. HIGGINSGN,> A „ BtfI
ALFRED JAMES. JAgents.
Wo, 1 Clarkst«. (upstairs.)
fetf-oSMm
STATEMENT of the condition
O OF THE
srn CSSFRAXCE COBPASY,
On tbelstof January, 1881, made to the State of Illinois
Tbs name of the Corporation la ASTNA INSUR
ANCE COMPANY, located at Hartford, Conn.
The Capital Is Ftrrazx Hubdbbd Thousand Dol
labs, and Is paid up.
Market
assets: Par Value. Value.
Beal Estate unincumbered I&150O7
Money due the Company secured by
Mortgage 267J5
Cash in ha')! and in Bank 121,732.21
Ca*h In the bands of Agents and in -
transit, lE.M6JB
Mortgage Bonds, 7 per cent, semi-on*.
nual interest 41,000.
Mortgage Bonds, 6 per cent, semi-an
nual interest 88,000 83,000.
Rochester City Bonds, 7 per cent,
Btml-acnual Interest ... 25,000 35,000.
Brooklyn City Bonds, Oper cent., semi
annual interest 26,000 35,G52A0
Hartford City Bonds, 6per cent, semi. -
annual Interest
Jersey ciry Bonds, 6 per cent, semi
annual interest 25,000 £\mo,
JJllwaukee City Bonds, 10 per cent,
semi-annual inter st 8,000 5,000.
New York City Bonds, 6 per cent,
quarterly 50,000 51£10.
United Star’s Stock, S per coni, semi
annual interest .....303JM0 513,1ffi.50
Kentucky State Stock, 3 per cent,
sejJ annual Interest 10,000 10,400.00
Tennessee state stock, 6 per cent,
sem:-annnal interest . 80,000 27,300.
New York State Stock, 6 per cent,
semi-annual Interest 23.000 23,000..
Missouri trace stock,6pcrcent, semi- >
' annual interest ...
Ohio fatate block, 6 per cent, semi- -
annual Interest . . . 75,000 77,750 c
Mictdirnu State Stock, 6 per cent, semi
annual Interest 24,000 24,067,50
Indiana State fetock,2H per cent semi
annual Interest 60,000 51200.00
500 Shares Hartford and New Haven
Railroad Company Stock 50,000 62,500.
230Share*Conn.RlvarB,fLCo.Stock £5,000
107 Shares Boston aid Worcester
Railroad CompanjKtock 10,700 1L530
SO Shares Conn. River Co. jrefe ... 6,000
50 Shares Citizens* Bank S. ck, Wa
terbary, Conn 5,000 5.230.
SO Shares Stafford Bank BtoCk, Btaf
t.ru Spj Inga. Cent 5,000 5,230.
SO Shore- Eagle Bank Stock, Provi
dence, E.L. l^TB.
200 Shares Revere Rank Stock, Bos
;oa,Ma<s 20,000 20.800.
100 Shares Safety Fond Bank Stock,
Boston. Mass.
200 Shares uauk of the State of Mis
s-,uri Stock, St. Louis. Mo, ... 20,000 2LOOO.
100 Shares Merchants Bank Stock, St,
Louis, Mo 10.000 30,500.
200 Shares Mechanics Bank Stock, St.
Loots, Mo 20.000 20 000.
400 Shares farmers and Mechanics
Bank Stock, Philadelphia, Pa... 20,000 2SL4OQ.
117 Shares ASma Bank Stock, Hart
ford, Conn 11,700 13.600.
100 Shares Bank of Bartfurd County
Stock,Hartford,Conn 5000 5,000.
IQOSttarea Obsrtor Oak Bank Stock, ■ -
Hanford, o<mn 10,000 IQISOQL
209 Shares City Bank Stock, Hartford,
Conn.... 30,000 BSLOOOL
800 Shares Exchange Bank Stock,
Hartford Conn. 35,000 15,600.
400 Shares Farmers and Mechanics ' «■
Bank Stock, Hartford, Conn. ... 40.000 46,000.
500 Shares Hartford Bonk Stock, Hut
ford. Conn 50,000 70,001.50
100 Shares Merchants and Mannfkc
tuiera Bank Stock, Hartford, Ct. 10,000 10,000.
SOO Shared Ehtsnlx Bank Stock, Hart
tord. Conn 80.000 SftOOO.
250 Shares State Bank Stock, Han
ford. Conn .... 25,000 80,440,
150 Snares Connecticut Hirer Bank
lag Co. Stock, Hartford, Conn... 7,500 s/80.
400 Shares American exchange Back
SUck, New York Cltv 40,000 40,000. ‘
SOO Shorts Bank of America Stock,
N>w York CUy 20,000 83,000.
SCO Shares Brc ad way Bank Stock, N'w
York City 20,000 28,000,
SCO Shares Butchers and Drovers B k
Stock, Sew York City 50,000 21,000.
100 Shares CUy Bank Stock, NT. CV. 10, OCX) 13,t£Q.
ICO Shares Bank of the Common*
wealth Stock-New York City... 10,000 10,000.
200 Share* Bank as Commerce Stock,
NewYorkCity. gp.ooo qnw
100 Shares Hanover Bank Stock, New
York City 10,000 9400.
SOO Shares importers and Traders
Bank Stock. New York Cltv 811000 **ooo
100 Shares Mercantile Bank Stock,
KewYork City 10.000 t’*«»
200 Shares Market Bonk Stock, New
York city, 20,000 30400.
200 Shares Mechanics Bank Stock,
New York City.... 80,000 S6OOO
200 SharcsMerchants Exchange Bank
Stock. New Yorkdtr. 10,000 10.000
400 EharSaLetrqpoUtan Bank Stock,
NewYorkClty 40000 41000.
820 Shares Merchants Bank Stock.
New York City . 4LOGO 431870.
400 Shares Manhattan Company Bank
Stock. New York City 20.000 38.401
900 SharesNassan Bank Stock, New
York City 80,000 80.600
200 Shares North River Bank Stock,
New York'CUy ... 10000 10.000 L
300 Shares Bank of New York Slock, ’ •
New York City 30,000 80,900.
200 Shares Bank of North America
Stock, New York City 20,000 21,600.
400 Shares Ocean Bank Stock, N.Y. C. SO 000 I&SDQ.
400 Shares Peoples “ “ . - 10.000 10,100.
500 Shares Phenix “ u ** ICLQOO ULSOO.
900 Shares Bank ot the Republic
Stock. *ew York City.... .... 20.000 25,000.
400 Shares naloa Bank btock.N.Y.o. 20,000
150 Shares New York L. Ins. and T.
Co. Stock. New York City ...... 15,000 25,25 ft.
100 Shares Bolted States Tract .Com
pany Stock, New York City 10,000
BtHs Receivable.... ...„ u,4464S
Miscellaneous Items 6459.80
$2J26547AM
. NoTs—AaoortnvertiseDts are held ronnrcojix, and
not for sale, we estimate at faiu talcxs, and not at
the present temporary panic rained -
The Amount of Uabilltlee doe ornot due to
h«pv» or other credUara. none.
Losses adjusted and do© none.
Losses adjusted and not do© % 12,438.47
Losses In .suspense, waiting
proofs, contested, or trusteed ... 173^33.17
All other claims are small, for printing, Ac.
• Agents instructed to take no risk exceeding twenty
thousand dollars, without special permission.
The greatest amount Insured in any Me city, town,
village, or block, varies, and depends open the con*
strnction. r ri * t^rta h and the means of arresting Urea.
It CJ. RTPT.FV president.
Thos. E. Bbacx, Secretary.
Hartford, Jan. Ist, ISGL _
STATE OF COEKEOTICPT, HaETFOBD CO, 8 8- )
. Hartford, January in, laSL j
Personally appeared before me, Henry. Fowler, a
Justice of the Peace, dal; qualified to administer
meha, E. Q. Ripley, President, ard Tfcomss K, Brace,
Secretary, made solemn oath that the foregoing
statement of the assets and condition of the JBtna In-'
Bormnce Company Is true.
HENBT FOnLEB, Jcottee of the Peace.
lay Twelve per sent dividend for the year, and
143,000 added to orpins fund, quality of assrta.
HEBBAHP ABCNT,
Agents for Chicago.
ORIGINAL
Certificate to expire on the Mat day of January, 13GL
AvnxxoEß Otftcs. &iat* of Ixxxsois, >
Sprinficid, January 12tv, IQSL f
Wsraxis, The Insurance Company, located
at Hartiord, la the State of Connecticut has filed in
this office a statement of the condition of its affatra:as
recoiled by “Ah Act to regulate the Agencies of in*
snrance Companies not Incorporated by the State of
Illinois.’* approved February 14th, ifiao, and an act
amendatory mensto, approved January 2d, IS7. and
whereas said Company has famished satisfactory evi
dence that it ia possessed of the required , amount of
invested in stocks sad mortgages, sad has filed
lothlaoflVcc a artUen Instrumeßt s&ned by the Presi
dent and Secretary thereof, appolntiog G. K HUB
BARD and CHARLES H. HUH I*. of ChEago, DU, its
Agents for the transaction of tie business ©l said Com*
&anv sod fully and usreserwdlyaethorizlng them to
acknowledge service of process for snd vn oehslf of
c>ld Company, consenting that serrtco of erocemnpon
them, the said Agents, shall be taken and held to bens
T*Ud aa If served upon the Company, and wahrlsgalT
claim of error by reason of snch service.
of Public Aceormta of the uate of nunola do hereby
certify that the ssldG, B. HUBBARD and CHARLES
S. HUNT, are anthbraed as Agraits for the arid Com*
nasy to transact the buriness ofussunaoe In' this State
until the thirty, day of January, in tbe-year Eleb
taen Hundred sad Slxty-Two, so ar ss .timy may be
legally empovered so to do by srid ckaapanv, ,
. , In Tretimony whereof I have he emrto snb
] seal J scribed my name and rfflzed the seal of my
'* office at Springfield, this twelfth day oi
January, A. D. ISSL
foVdas-an JfiSfiß K. DUBOIB, Auditor P. A.
W&WJleaal*
CM AI L WARES, BUTTONS
AMD SOTTOjrk
ttu Aon
;,': CLoascißßPßicxa.
■ «°» " -
X>ERLTN "WOOLS.
X_J Imported »ad tor aale by
- T A- GRAVSa,
. *aS9 7B Lake street Chfa-fn
CONCESSION I
PEAKE, MARSH & DELONS,
37 Lake St. - - 43 Wabash Ave.,
CONCILIATION AND CONCESSION,
Saaraetbey can be effected by
Low Prloes«
nrnnrrrwrf r 4?" throoghont the
season and during the present agitation* a Stock of
Dry Goods, Hoisery and Notions,
Unsnrpftsscdla '
niUIIESB, CHEAPNESS AID DEAL ¥
These era times for
itctioni rather than WVrrfs,
£f d we determined on a conrse of hard work.
?P d s MALL PROFITS. and ft ®
SUICIDAL on the pert of CLOSE BTTTFE* B nt to er-
Inßliib 8 ofKMOWK BRANDS OF HEAVY
D^Gogb3. Bo3lEliY ' C OrrOSADES fe A, TO
T~)E COUESEY. LAFOURCADE
X-F * CO,
631 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia,
Are now receiving their
SFRnsra- importations
CLOTHS, CASSIMEKES,
VESTINGS, &C.,
TO WHICH THET LWll'K THE ATTESTIOS OF
leMMa BBTEE9 -
1860 FALL TBABE. 1860
COOLEY, FARWEU & 60.,
A3. 44 aad4o
WABASH AVENUE,
B ® Y © i> S
•200,000.
roßßuna.
JJABCOCE & PEEK,
HI BMIKHJH nBEET,
Mihojany, Rosewood and Watert;
At’G,
18.070.00
81.200.00
•BABIII SIIIIS RBOM ItOMMeaFfllllTOK
in great variety.
Wood-Sert mod Quire, Bsdtteadi and
Bureaux.
, * School Funiitnr® cn hsad and to Or da?.
Bartlanlar attention paid to Country Order*.
. Daie-aSO IS]
7,12957
83US
10,010.68
HOTT & PEIRCE,
Wholesale Grocers and Importers,
14T South Waser St., Chicago, Illinois.
Wholesale Depot Tor Messrs, A. M. Blnineer A Co.’s
celebrated Standard Medicinal Specialities, designed es
pecially tor the Medical Profession and the Furring,
Plntnger’s Celebrated OLD LONDON DOCK GIN.
Blalnger's Celebrated Old Zouave Gin.
Blnlngert Celebrated Old Zouave Cognac.
Blninger’s Celebrated Old Zouave Bourbon ofiS49, re
serve.
Bluing el's Celebrated Old Kentucky Bourbon.
Blnlngert Celebrated Genuine Medicinal Coiaaa.
Blntnger’s Celebrated Genuine Pure Port Wine.
Blnlnger’s Celebrated Genuine Pure Sherry Wine
Blnlnger’s Celebrated Genuine Pare Mad»rU Wine.
BJaingcr'* Crlehrated Genuine Wheat Tonic.
Bjnmger's Celebrated GenulneMonongahaia Whisky.
Btnlnger's Celebrated Genuine Apple CordlaL from
Blningert Homestead.
Blnfnerr*? Celebrated Genuine Rare Rina CordlaL
Blntnger’s Celebrated Genuine Family Eye.
Blningert Celebrated Genuine Brantonwlne.
Bialngert Celebrated Genuine Banana Punch.
. Awo, Bmlnger'H Bouquet Bonrhon, Cognac and Gin’
besides many other varieties, all put u-'ln handsomly
labeled quart bottles- cf one and two dozen in a case
especially for druggists and first-class grocers. Always
enquire for and take none but BlulugePs.
Also, for sale retell br all Drugglsra.
Jal-dtas-fim HOYTAFgJRCE.
8296.73251
300,000 00
896.75L54
'pUTTLE, HIBBARD & CO.,
HARDWARE AND TIN PLATE,
SS ... Zjalca Street • - - OS
We offer to toe trade, at toe LOWEST MARKET
PRICES:—
6,500 bezel T3Jf PLATE,
E.SOO bdl* SHEET IRON,
680 ** RTTBBIA SON.
1® “ DOTATION BOSH,
SB£oo ■ BRIGHT and AHNSALD WES!
885 casks SHEET ZINC,
10 ton* PIG TIN,
IWCO lha. COPPER BOTTOMS,
20 seta TINNERS* TOOLS and MACHCraa
80 casks BRIGHT OX aad COIL CHAINS.
1,006 doa. AXIS.
UM “ SHOVELS, HP APIA and SCOOPS,
to toss BAD IRONS.
TUTTLE, HIBBARD & CO.,
Oca-*gLly - - Comer of State and Lake sts.
M. HENDERSON & CO.,
Manutoctopcra and Wholesale Dealers la
BOOTS A SHOES,
Ha 82 Lake Street, comer of Wabash Avenue,
Sayoh l store a large and desirable stock of trooda.
whichth*ytrillaell very cheap to cash and prompt
for Mitch* H’d Patent Metallic
Ja^ttwy 1068 the States without eretpdeu.
Bawson «& Bartlett,
BOOTS MS SHOES,
HO. 80...... t.atw STKKfcT,
»w?S£?!r d mpectfolly call the attention of Citv and
aSPPHT.Mercnaatsto onrertenslreitocbof Boota-and
Bfltoea, which ire have now la store, and are dally ro.
from our Factory in Wert Eoylsfon. m««« .
wmchconalsts of a fail assortment of those Ce?rbrat:l
Custom-Made Patna Kip andCatf.anri Grain Water Proof
Boots; together with al i .stock of ail styles of
*AI*Ir AND WINTER GOODS,
of tbebest quality and manufacture, which we are ore.
Ptfcd to sell for CASH and prompt paying trade at
Boston and New Tork Jobbing Prices.
We are Agents for the sale of MitcLaPs PateatHstaL
He Tip Boots and Shoes in all the States.
1860 FALL TRADE
H. W. HUNT & CO.,
33 and 35 Lake street, Chicago,
Manufacturers and Jobbers cf
Ready Made GlotMnf,
And Dealers In
CHERCTiESnSCTS FTBNIBHDI6 fiOODS
Gotta, Coattnn. Csseimeiea. TaHor*’
Trimmings, Ac, Ac.
Our Btoekla large and wen assorted, and wm be sold
At the Lowest Prices.
JIN PIATE AND
HARDWARE.
We offer the following at the lowest market rates
BA» Boxes Tin Plate, assorted sizes.
SSDO Bundles Sheet Iron. Noe. 19 to S.
300 “ Ksssia Sheet Iron.
MO “ Imitation Sheet Iron.
100 Casks Sheet Zina aeecned widthu.
, Lba. Braxer*a Copper.
SJOO Lbs. Brewed Copper Bottoms
0 to 30.
B>®o Kegs hails. Wheeling and other prime brands.
A ftH assortment of Hardware, Tinneza’ Tools. Ja.
posed and Pressed Tinware, Rivets, Baa, Ac.
, . TTUiZiIASE BJL.AJCB A C« M
Ki ... No. 176 Lake scrsci
1866 FALL TRADE. 186#
C. C. COOK & CO.,
(Bfioeeaeors Bateries, Cook A Ccj
16 &18 - STATE STREET - IS A 18
Wholesale Grocers
DRIED FRUITS, FISH.
WOODS* WARE, Ac.,
Zxrlt* tts of Country Harthrct, to
ttiir wMch ttsy ofier at LffWMt
OashPilM*.
G. O. COOK <9c CO.,
%9 * 18 ...STATE STREET.. 18 « 19
WT& OFFER FOR SALE AT
T T low prices,
fiOG Boxes Soap. SOO Boxes Starch.
10Q Kegs Bal Boda. ; lOQ Kegs S. C. Soda.
BoieaSalerafici. eg Boxes Petaah
100 Boxee Concentrated Lye.
WILLIAM LITTLE 9 CO-
OS South Water 8L
SUGAR AC.
SOShdsßogar. lOOUbls Sugar. 50 Bxs Sugar.
100 BbUH.Y. Syrup. 50 Bbls Molaasea.
WH. LIXTLD A CO-, VS South Water St?
Mitchell a zahm,
- ' usnricrtni3 of
TALLOW, CANDLE* ABB SOAF3,
And dealers In Hides. Wool, Pelts. Seeds and Fork.
Factory on comer cf State street and Archer Basd!
Office and Warehouse, TlElaile street.
iftiHcnu. tnoigi xxwaxaex.
Fe. morse & CO.,
• WHOiEaatXAjroseiAjLDaaLzssix ’
REFINED ROCK OIL,
Kerosene, Goal end Lubricating Oils,
LAMPS, CANS, CHIMNEYS,
Globas, Wieka, fte., Ao.
NO. 2Q NORTH CLARK ST.
HaawS624m} .
QXOYE3, GLOVES, GLOVES r
Don't forget to buy your Gloves at BOWRNS'*?;?
Clark street (up-sta&s). • The beat and eb**P®“ ■ HOCS -
JEtiiiciitts. &t,
JjININ G E R » S
OLD
LONDON DOCK
GIN.
THIS DELICIOUS TOXIC STIMULANT,
ZSpecupy dttSgMd
tt« Vm of th« ll«dical MMdoz
&ad tbe Family,
H«rtn» scp«r*eded the eo-eelled •Slna," “Arcmiae,’*
“Medicated." w Is oowen.
SS?*“ 7*“ of the meet prominent Fbyitdaos, Chem-
Conaciatgsjß, u poeseoatog all cl tboeo in*
Wtudc medicinal qualities, (tonic and diuretic) which
SSJPJfJvea* qtjl Pat to to quart bet.
ties and aold by all Drugglßta, 6roear», *c.
*■ s. biningkb * go..
(MtmWUhWlßlTa.) Soli Pkotitom
' HaU)Bn»dßtr«*,S.T.
Tt o }’—*' Cl'.coco br Hot! «
RsiOO. a i-.'4 iCo ."-i J. c. S. finer i Co.
[OC4 dUC tdj
OLD BACHSSL BSSTBMS
Wigwam Tonic.
7STZZ B2LT-710U5 AKD FAP-FAHKD BUTTSES
•n; reecxmesced bythe First Physicians of tbs
ConTitrr. on accoant of thetr PURITY AND great
MEDICDfAL TIRTTTX.
They are pleaeant as sects; to the taste, and are pro*
nsnneed'Az bc-_4 Tonic acd Stizsalaal inr offenA
to the Pahliis.
Their coratlre powers to ewes cf GHWERAL DB
3HJTT, LOSS CF APFBTTTB. COITSfIPATIOS,
aadaaa guarantee that wj/bel
warranted in clalmlrg what w? do, wo teg leave to
state that pur assertions are endorsed by
Fief. KILLmAN, of Tale Colley
Prot BLiYES, ofnassadinsens)
And Itnndreds of others.
For ula Wholesale tn Chicago by
EDWARD FOSTER,
~. Win? and Liquor Merchant,
noIFBO-ly Mo. *.?3 Sooth vTstor street Chicago.
PATENT
Corn Shelter and Separator,
2LIDS AND SOLD HT
CEO. W, CHAPMAN & GO.,
Tfo. 155 Saatb Canal Street, Chicago, nimm>
Having obtained the right of the owner of this Pa
tent to manufacture and sep this m chine, ve are now
prepared to Oil nil ortlors with promptness. We have’
hlihcrto mancfhctnred and delivered to L. A. Beebe a
of these machine., which he h a labeled and sold
a* BEEBE’S fOKN SEPARATORS. We now sute
that L. A Beebe Is not proprietor nor znnnofactnrer at
>o. IST. South Cana! ft*reel Chicago, aft set forth la hla
Clrcnlars and arlvortistfmpnta through the pre*3 but
that he assumed the reapers bitty of advertising our
cstabJL«hmrnt as his own wltliout our knowledge or
consent. w e ar « nroparert to fomLfth the Original
Beading Patent or with man* new and use
nilLaproveiaenis, which render it the best machine In
use .
Price from s’.oo to sl7*. according to stvlc.
Aileron to r?cclv« attention must bo'addressed t j
ns. Scrd lor Circulars, post Office Box %SH7.
felG-eTI-lm GEO. W. CHAPMAN * CO
gEEBE’S CORN SHELLER
AND
SEPAEATOB,
L. A. BEEBE,
PEOPRITOE,
Port Office Box 1932) Chicago* Illinois.
This Machine Is considered by those it to be
the cheapest and most eocnondcal ever constructed.
The amount of power required to ran It Is very small,
and U wastes no grain. With from two to iiz horse
power It will
SHELL) CLEAN AND BAG
From 1000 to 4000 Bn«bels of Corn
per day.
Price from SIOO to $173. according to ityle.
All persons Interested In machinery of this c!*a will
find It to their advantage to
SEND FOR A CIRCULAR.
QAUT I O N . Whereas,
GEO. W. CHAPOAN & CO.,
Have, as the result of tf e transfer cf my work from
the rshopt that of N. S Bouton, most villainously
and wrongfuMv m'srcpr-sriitud me, and advtrtLed to
sell my Corn Mieller and Separator uncKr the style of
Reading? Patent Com '■'hell-r and Separator. I here
by caution and «-nrii all persons from pnr chasing the
paid Machine* of them, as thev have no right to mann*
factum or them, and all persons infringing upon
the right of my invention will be prosecuted to the
full extent of the law.
feSO-cSI-Sm L. A, BEEBE.
DOA NFS NEW BARREL
MACHCSEUY.
WASUAKTED TEE BEST IS AinreTf?d
To Coopers:
In offering t;as New ana Unequalled Barrel Machine
ry telthe Cooper? of the Northwest and South, we do
so with the fullest assurance that it will be found
the Be*t and di rst Perfect, the most Economical
and Labor Saving and cheapest of any In use.
DOANR * HtTRLBDTS
Stave Sawing and Dresslag Machine,
Fufi TIGHT WORK.
Tbla Machine sarpasaea all others, In every nartion*
lar. It saw* the -tn- e from the belt, cn'rvsa and
places it ready to tK up la the barrel all at one cn<‘ra
t'oa from AiCO to IjfjWi per day. Will moke SSi to
|» jrt-r day clear .f an expenses. To go with tbu* we
a full ?vi of machines for TI-jiC Barrel Work 01
all ‘etnas. Also,
DOAVE’B STAVE CUTTING MACHHCS, for Floor
Barrtla.
DOANE’S HEADING CTHTEILfor Flour Barrels.
DOANE’S HEADING TURKE-E, lor all vino, a*
Barrels.
DOA.KE’B HEADING JOINTS H, for all Qi
Barrels.
DOAN fa FOOT JOINTER, for Floor Barrels.
DOANT.*S HEADING PLANER, for all »riT>ri« of heads
DOA' ?.*S EQUALIZING Machtvr, for o t
Parrvl staves.
DOAN h'3 CKOZE AND CHAMFERING MACHINE,
for all kinds of Barrels.
SOANE’S NEW WHEEL TIGHT STAVE JOIN ITT?
to- all k'nds of Tight Barrels.
DOANE’S HEAD SAWING iS ACHING, for all kind*
of heads. This machine Is also the Best Shingle
MU! extant.
Doane has the only Barrel Machinery for Completing
Flour Barrels from ihev.rode Timber. This machinery
baa cof L thousands . f dollars to perf-.ct— la made of Iron
and &tecl—puttin' all competkm out of the question.
pf Don't speed fl for Barrel or Stave Machinery,
until you see DoaneV Bend for c-nr catalogue and cir
culars. Address P. O. Box 21CB. W, H. DOANE,
myucAju-iy} I£3 Clark street, Chicago,
Bumsa
•NO. SO
QHICAGO LEAD WORKS,
Go meed CUntca and Poitou streets. West Bid a.
iiia pipe, sis isa sheet uu»,
Shot, Wliite &a&d asd Uythiry*,
?I3 LXiU, PUMJ3 AH3 HVSBdULIC
Or Orders them the trade solicited. Cash paid fior
O' d Lean and Flax Seed. p. 0. Box 1533.
fe*l E. W. BLATCHFORD.
E- G. HALL, KLMBARK & CO^
* Importers and Dealers In
Iron, 3>7a11«, Bteel,
AND HEAVY HARDWARE. *
Boa. 130 and 123 Chicago, T^tnrOa,
JAMES H. CHILDS & CO.
HOPE COTTOH HILLS,
Plttstoureb, Penn.
kAjnrsacnrxzßs os ■
Seamless Grain Bags,
AND OF
O SNABURGS^
82 indiea to 40 indies vide.
are prepared to receive orders from the
trade. jal-dTBSJy
"RAGS —BAGS—BAGS- -BAGS—
±J CORN ZZCH^NGB
BAG MANUFACTOBI.
HAST, ABTTN A CO- 157 South Water St, Chicago.
B. 1. CLARK a CO.. i2S Broad street. New York,
xaxcricnrsxsa asu oxaixss m
Bags of Every Description,
MIB era’ and Grocers' Bags made and printed to order
with beautiful brands. NevandsecooddsandSeamlesi
Grain and Gunn; Ban for Ship pets,. Millers and Far
mers* use. Eaga for Floor, Buckwheat. Peed,
Salt. Seed, Ac.
If Orders filled with fidelity and dispatch. Bags
loaned to shippers. mys-ly
QHICA6O BAG AGENCY.
3T5 SOUTH WATER STREET.
KEAMLSSS GBAJQT BAGS Cf Tartou* «U« tad
qualiiJe*.
FLO UH—Halves, Quarters, and Eights, printed to
Order or any desired pattern.
HiM SACKS—Every sire used.
GUNNY BAGS—Two or Three Bushela.
Coauntieicn ilerchauta, MUlera, Grocer* nd Pro
vision Dealers win find just the articles wanted ta ovx
stock. Orders solicited. _
[apl 'Sd-iy.] HAWKINS * CHapmsw
BAS! UfilM BAGS! It
FABWSLL’B
sms us uraeitii.
*O. B mnxrr am, cccaao.
SAGS AND BACKS
Of every deecriptiou furnished cm
short notice, and printed with
Sew amt Beautiful Brand*.
SIMEON FABWKLL.
SpMftwly-tmi
globes. Manges. &c.
gMALL COAL, SMALL COAL,
Bih»11 Goal, BroaTl Cetlf
Saudi Coal, Swill Cm 2.
MUST MS USED WTTS
MUST BE USED WITH
UXTUJPIELM COAX*
tmUEFIEID’S COAX* BI'BSEBS,
gOXJ> BT
fiOU> B7
Tax Bch** 6 *’* 7 StrMts.Ofaicaf^
acfiffri 87 9t>faHre<t.obtoMMh
Dealer
CTEWART’S COOKING STOVE
lO BTXLL AHFAD. The acknowledged superiority
of the Stewart Stove has riven rise to several
Cooa. The Pennine artlcl* b lor sale by C. METZ,
Agent at 180 state street, between Monroe and Adams.
A&o, a good assortment of Housekeeping Hardware
and Tinware. lapXMQy
ABB
pmGAGO & NORTHWEST
\J EBN* RAILWAY.
DIHBCT BOnfE
To Rockford. Beloit, Freeport Janeav lie Galena.
Madison, ITaMa du Chieo, Fi nd du Let
Sreenßay, Berlin, lilpon. La Cri>"o, bt.: i 1 *’
On and altar Monday, November .ki. s y traini
Lay Ex pres*—li, 15 Koca.
Evening Exprcao 5.15 p. tc, for above point*.
nrThroccQ tickets •■an be pcrcuaesu ar ..it cMlroad
offleesoo Dearborn street, or at l*us«rDc.r -uil^na.
„ OKO.L. DUNLAP. Act - tnienjcot
E. D* Witt Bomssox, Gen’l. Ticket Agt. oc:s.’r
[fe!3-«654m]
T_>U FFALO & LAKT3 HTJROr
-*-? RAILWAT. Shortest and beetroate to Turfaio
and other Eastern ctUea.
Train leaving Chicago at?.oop. m„ IK-.pr>U it »5D «r
--rtres atßufiaTo si o:»0 p. m., New York at ’iH’. nx.
Boston at 4JO;
lo and N, Y. * Erie trains going East. TlcktU via • .is
Bead can b« obtained at me Lnlou Depot
✓ fo-li eO-ly x 8. CASTER. Ceal M
MICHIGAN CENTRAL AND
XfX GREAT WESTERN {CANADA* " *.:•
Winter irraagtmi-Kt.,.
Tralai leave the Great ti.-ntrat Dove.
.•treet, t i icago:
WO a s.—Lightning Expr'w
arrive at Detroit -riS p. 4. 6 jaf'andOj BrloJa
6.00 a.m.; Albany i£W p, m ; New xcul iuJ3
r. K4 Boston night,
SJ2O •. m—New York and Boston Eip-tcs f-veett
Saturday.) arrive at Detroit •i.X- * a F-.s
--pcnaloo Bridge of Bufli ! O'Lio p. v Aih--ny
7jOO a.h., Nov f<Tk Uam *. m.. Ho , •»■ on.
W3a.sc—Ctnclr.nu:lb:xpre.'R.(except S.inday J’l Juan
to Ckicluuail in J> hours. jj
fIJO r. w.—Clncfctmd and Looiavl’ie Ssprt-»r;
Batnnlav) thro .gh to filnclan*:! ,o ii hour*.
Louisville In '$ hoara,
AOJ p. M.—Train, haturia'* 0u.7 to NBea jiadav
Train* at -jji) p. g.
t!3“ Patent Sleeping Cars on all alsht .
Titett.2o p. 2t train connects at Psrf« wit* t'>e
and Lake Huron Kaliwav for Dudu.u an 1 ->»
at Toronto ulth the Grand Trunk L-djuav to
Kingston. OgUensburgh, Montreal, Quebec. a n d all
pcinu to Canada £a»t, Noruein, Vermcait Suwfcma,
shire and Maine.
Baggage checked through^
Through Tickets for wale at the principal Rairoad
oncoalathe North and TVwt. and at the Con '-aayW
onlce, comer Lake and Dearborn street* and at- the
depot .oot of Lake atreet.
\fICIHGAX SOUTHERN AND
ITX LAKE SHORE RAILROAD.
ISGO-81 Winter ArraaEamelt IA6OSI
Take* eifect Sottua* Nov. 25.
A3C A,*.—-NewTork and Boston Express—dallyexee
bnndaya. via Old Line.
B.B3P.X—Mint Express-deify excesa Saturday, via
Old line.
Connecting at Toledo aad Detroit with train* to an
pclota Interior to Ohio, Pennsylvania, New Tork and
tea New England State* and Canada*. ,
<UW ▲. iC, and 6.30 p. x.— Baltimore and
-'Philadelphia nxpress. via Cleveland, a-aklng
. a* quicK-tuna ±» »n> otheaJfohtc.
AOO A SL, and 6.30 p.m.—Detroit Express via Adrian
arriving la Detroit at p m.. awl •*.':) a *,
connecting directly nun cralieou the Great
Western and Grand Trunk 11u.v1.-*.
Or Woodruff a Patent Bleeping Cars •ccomnsnv all
the Night Trains on this route to New korkaud Beaten.’
Tickets can be had at all ticket of!Ic"» ‘u the V'rrt.
and at the Company's Offlce. 5w South Clarit street, ar>d
at the depot.
Trains leave Toledo at 10.3 a. ts.. and ICLS p. x*
arrive In Chicago at 8.00 a. m. acd d,oo p.*.
GEO. M. GBAi. GvaX Western Agent.
JdEOr D. flm»niiT 1 GenX Supt IcSUO-ly
pinCAGO <fc ROCK ISLAND
RAILROAD LlNH—Pawenger Trains depart
from and arrive at Chicago aa follows:
Day Express and Mall leave at 9.45 a. x. and arrive
at 5.49 p.«. (Sundays excepted).
Night Exprera leaves at ILw p. k. (Saturday* except
ed) ; arrive at 5.15 1. u. (Mondays excepted).
Joliet
W. L. St. Jobs, Goal Agent ' bUt de*f
Sags.
CT. LOUIS, ALTON <fc CHICA-
O GO BATI.RO AD.
WIBTEB ARHASGBXOT.
The only direct route to Bloußongtou, sprlnefleM
Alton and St. Louis. WITHOUT CHANGE OFCAB3.
Two Express Trains daily leave depot, canal (trees,
every morning (except Sunday) and every evening (ex
cept Saturday):
Day Express. Nigbtßxp.
Leave Chicago at. fcia a. a, b:00 p. a.
Arrive at Jouet io*) “ ase **
“ “ Peoria fcJDp. x. IWi,*.
" " Bloomington i3D ** 131 **•
" *• Decatur tuO “ ••
“ ** ........ 553 "* 45S- "
“ " Jackson?die 9:9* ** 12*18 XX
“ ** Alton S-ld “ as£o •»
•* "St. Louis 10ua “ ~
Thrombi trains arrive at c hieago at a. h. and M 6
f. *. Jadet and Wilmington Accommodation leave
Chicago at 4*) p. h. dally (except SandayL arrive at
830 a. u.
If Elegant Sleeping Can on an night train*.
CONNECTIONS—At Checoa
rta and Burlington Railroad for Losansport, Peoria,
Gaieeborjc andßcrllngtua. A: Uioomington with Dli
tola Central Railroad :or Decatur. At Spr -rfeM with
Great Western Railroad of LUuere for
Naples and Quincy. A'- >t. Luc - w>*A Pacl 1c Mallr. ad
fjrJeffer#on City- Syracuse, ‘.eorgetnwn, Boonvllio,
Lexington. Indepeiulcncc, Bant a citv and Leaven
■certh, aith Nottn UaiLoai t. r?t. Charles,
Hudson amISL Joseph, and with Ir-'-n Mruntaln Rail
road for Pilot Snob and Southern Ml--»onri. with Rail
road Line of Steamer, on me Uissi*uptl River for
Memphis, Ticksburg and New Orieais.
For through tickets applv at tea Company's Oiflca,
42 Dearborn street, cpp -alte Xremont House, and at
the Depot, Canal street.
JAMES ROBB. > r?~-hr-v*
CHAB. CONGDON. ( Eecelvar*.
B. B. MASON, Sunerlnteudest.
, m C.C. WHEELER, GeaT Ft Agent.
JOSEPH PRICE, Treasurer. de*
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RA£L-
X BO AD.
1880 ’Winter Arrangement- 1861
On and alter Sunday. November Jcih. bain* *-la
leave toe Great Central Depot, loot of Lake and Sonia
Bc9Q a.(Senders excepted) arriving at Peoria atftSt
p. at. Loua* 11 e0 p. IL, Cairo 4JB a. 3C,
Memphis 3AdP.it. New Orleans in Mhoorv
430 7. J L, (Satnnia) • excelled >- »n*lvJn* <o an LsaU at
nab a. in. Cairo, p. a, new Orkauala
» boors.
Trains arrive ia Chicago at r
7a» a. in and sao p. m. (Sundays excepted.)
Through tickets for all important points Sonin
Southwest fur sale at the onlce of the Company, ia the
Great Central Depot
w, B. ABr u u ti, Gen. 3op t.
W. P. JOHNSON. Gee. Paasaagfir Agrat
(TLALENA & CHICAGO UNION"
\J BAELBOAP-Wrrm Ajhk.->%>t»
On and after Monday, November train trm
leave Weß* street depot, as 10U owa, sardarseicspteU:
IL4O a. H. and B:3op.st, tor Belvlderel BocKlonl. Fz'*’
port. Warren, Galena, Doaieiih. Dtibnqa. and inter
mediate points ;1D40a.3L and“£o p. a. .'ur Dixon. PoKt, -
Fnlton. Cedarßaplda. and Intermediate jv-mu: 4d» P
SC fOtElgtn, Belvldere, Rockford, sad intermediate
points; 3,-u) p. sc for Geneva and intermediate points.
Paaenzers for Beloit and Jaaeavii’e wCi uae toe iwo
a. sc train. Paaencera for Crystal luke. sio_Ucarj;.laA
mond, Geneva LaEe,and tn t>: rmedwtr point?. will tales
tieuj# * v train. BTS’eenUis• an*cn olgattrains
u«u.«AA*nm. S. B. TAXCUiT. Gea. 800%
3. M. WHSSLSB. Gen. Paaaenger A« i. tjT
/CHICAGO, BURLINGTON &
\J QUINCT RAILROAD.
Trains leave and arrive Chicago as ftH.
tovw: AlaH leaves atU.ls a. vSurddvs excepted);
privet at K-90 p. *_( Sundays ezeepu-u). Exprt»
leaves at 11.45 p. a„ (Saturdays ercepfed-- arrives st
5.15 (Mondays excepted. Aurora ACcommodaOea
leaves at S.4Sp.ic, (Sunday* excepted); arrives at UUB
a X, (Saturday except e-i.
Q. C. HAM-MCND,3opX
FP. DeDEREY, M. D., Home
• cemihlo Phyvidan. Surgeon, Ac. aw .
Joyed an European medical edc'.xui, wldt afMeseal
experience in this country, the Doctor fhs!a oonddena'
ha can give entire satistiction In me ceataent cl aQ
curable dlaeaaea. Acuta and Chronic.
Ofice hows ÜBtaa and \ so i p. k_ and all hoar*
cfy Af rtaidenae. U Weatßandolpa '
■WRIGHT & McCLHRE, UN
v ▼ DSBTASBS3, No. 38 LaesHe street^tig-i**
MDALU6 60m«$.
Abo—Wood Coffins and Shrouds ot all styies. Are
prepared wlih Hearse* and Carriage*, auu will give
prompt attention at all hours. Have a Chapel and
Vault la Cemetery. apD
iSaitamtts.'
pHICAGO AND-JOLWAUKEE
\J Hin.TMVATI
JOB MLWAITEMtCA CBCS9S AT. PA7T. OStt.
KOSH. BERiJLfASD DCTEB MEDIATE POINTS,
On aad after FRIDAk. Marelr Utjia. Puxsv
Jraliii leave the Depot, corner of 3v*Tt Rlhrie and
Cmji utmu, fStmuayi excepted) avfrßowe;
*i¥. i K
Train* arrive at a x.aad
Accommodation Train tillage at
wp. Jt,arn7eaatCtilcaeoUfiteA.ie. .
a. C. BAUJWDT. SapT.
PITTSBURGH, FT. WAYXE A
CHICASO RAILROAD.
1 «scSto^ctoi?d2^' 0 ™ r(,,3<1,<1!K
iS££SSg?lssisy“*‘'
JOB BOSTON, SEW TUBS, PHUABELPHU
BALTIMORE, WASHINGTON,
Harrisburg & Pittsburg.
AI»G-POR ALBAXT, BUFFALO DirsßTtPT-
&?£ **•
1* ATI, DATTON/
And eH totenaedlate Stations between Chlraro ic i
the cities aoo. e named.
Sleeping Carson night tr'.lca, and bar-ace Lv
route checked through to all Eastern cla« *
Tickets for sale sitae principle Ticket <j£2« i
the Company’s Otf*re, cor-«r R--d-.>h
*nd Djyrhora streets, and attha L'oioa Oeobc iv*it
am« [ Chicago.
D. W. BOSS. Wert. Plea. Aa™ t.
B. F. PATRICK, Ticket AgfcOL
/ T'HE PEJOfSYIVASIA CSV.
X THAI. RAILRO AD.
~ MILES DOUBLY TRACK,
country >acl;7 31 Eoid 13 now equal so any la tie
Xbiro Tbrongh Puaengef Twins
cona*«Er and Phl*.«lelphia,
1 nlnc D«r*st, at Plftsbureh.
*" w ««» Clrle* torPhßa.
rif Y J.'t Borwd - B-iltlnore and WuM- jrtea
L |»«nae» ** : $®
crTbffi* 1 *■" ipwd sadootnfcr.by
Smokin'? Cars :ire attached to e-.eh -r»l- • WordraT’a
KeeplnsCaw toExprtSA and Ka.* T?toe T- ?,
£re» ran* dallv. Mail and Fu-s iW U&i*
Three diu>T trams connect dirocr vr v,
rmaand Faunae connect tor Baltimore Wwpah!
“[AD Throogh Ps»en<er Trains nrrrtded with
toe « ft tew Sasß-ipfd under reject control o
tneXnglaeer, tins adding mech to & s Aaft” ot ,
Sin Dally Traliis between FhllidelnhH »?.s v«-»
York: two DailyTralna bet-veon New Yor'- i-. ;
too. Through Ticket*, all nIL are qood or *!- 1 •- 0 <
Lve above truing *•
Boat TtckfM to Boston are good via Korwloa. v.,11
Sl^ 40 # 1^* 100 Btutoo pa»engen inns,
ftrred free of ch.irge through Me-w Tort
-Tjckets may be obtained at anv nf the tarv:r-”'t
RMlrudOdlcealn the West; also on board aa f jf ■“#
g?ular Line of Steamers on th?. ilLvUslpnl O' io
Hvara• Md a* the onic« of the B->#tom
>cwrork. Baltimore, or PhiiadUphia. J
SWnriMa AiWA73 A3 lot iso Tiii* an Qr.cx aj
. OS *w OTHfn snr-fi
ASK FOP. TICKETS br PITTSBTTRQ3.
_The coepietioa of the •nnaeetioaa of* v «
Pwungylvarua Railroad makes this the *“
DIREST LIM3 BETWEEN rHK SASTANDTR*
GREAT WEST. *
ccnaectfag of tracks by the Railroad 5. a
S^,v.^?h.K 7 . p . ldiDg dra F»« e or ferriage of Fr-ut-:
together ylth the saving of dine, are Advaatngc.' r»-\ci I
g^KKe* - aipperi of wd the Travel.
t Por FreightContracta and Shipplns Directions
elther Agents of the
* D. A. STEWART Pittsburgh •
p- Zaneevine. o.; i. John-ten.
Kpley. O.: ix McNee.ey, Marseille, Kv : Onxt.>bws
Cropper. Portsmouth, O.; Pnldo'-k i Co *
lad.; H. W. l^own* Co.. Cincinnati;-Alh.- »
Hlbberu Uaclnoart; B. C. Meldrum, iLuilson. ’i‘d
Jos. B Moore, Louisville; p, o, o’KUey& Co7%\-cis
vide, lad,; b. TV. Graham A Co. Camx III"- H v
S !V: J ' °il a3er & Sc Lool»; John U. Harri! \ka ; !
vli.a, Tena.; Harris* E-at, Memphis. Tenn.; C'#*ke
& Chicago; H. 1L Koonm. AJton; fl]. : ofT*
Agents of Railroads at diferent points la the
Ess Grertrtt Facilities offered for the ProU •
non sod Speedy Trsnsporntisa of
, . , lAT# Stock.
And good aceommodaUOQs with usual privliftgea fo»
person* traveling la charge thereof
_ _ "FREIGHTS.
Sy this Bocw Prelghw'of all defbrlptloni can ba ftp.
warded to and from New Tort B-stoa.
or Baltimore, to and from anv point on th<»
of Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana. IlliscL.
or-wiaeourl b" railroad
. The Penc9?lvanU Raiifi.iui a’to connects r. t Pitt*,
onpgh with Steamers, by which can be forward'
edto any port os the 01.10. Muskingum, Kentucky.
Tennessee, Cumberland. Illinois, Mbsia-lppl Wlcc-l!
fttn. Missouri, Kansas. Arsaiin.w and Red Rivers • and
at Cleveland, Sandusky and Chicago wfch Steiner to
all Porta on the Northwestern I akea
Merchants and Shippers entrusting the transportation
of their fcelghts to this Company, can rely wttn confi
dence on ltd speedy transit.
_The rites of Freight to ard from aar ncict tha
by the Pennsylvania EoVroid,ars nr a 1! -ivsc* tf%
favorable as are charged bv other li. R f’omr> v 1-s'
EBTBe particular to mark packages I'ja u'b •
& J, SNKEDKR. Philadelphia. N
street, Baltimore.
LS.ACH A CO.. No. - A»wr Reuse, cr Nc iS WU.
Uaa street New fork. * * u
LEECH A CO.. No. 77 state street. Bosr.n.
H, U. HOUSTON. Gen. Freight Act, Fhfls'le’u’ilx
U HOUPT. Gen, Ticket Ag’U t*iiiiadolphla.
TEOS.A.&COTT Gen, aapk, Altoona,Pa. lat-cl-Iy
E. N. RICE. Saput * 3 *rru
xi b. Siiflur. General AgenL

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