:, SraaNftBBADK, 180;
S3 Ud 3£ Like street, CUMgt
■ - .
Ready Made Clothing,
AdA Dealer* to. V’Vr*. L
GENTIEMEN’* FURNISH|NQ qdqos,
Oar itoek It Utsr> uA van saortad, tad arm t. aoif
. >< the lAwnt Mtn.
HARDENBERGfI t WILLIAMS,
E’o. SO Lats Street, Chicago,
zxfcxaa* iis asiusaoi
Xi lATHS is
" BOLB I2A.THEB, bolt tUDI|QI
OAK AltD EEKLOCK
Calf Kld, Morocco,
EJVGJLM&n : 'X,JM'STMJV‘S f,
SATIN PBASCAZB, -
Silk and Oottaa. OoiicnM Corla*.
EB6E THREAD, TtRRSESD’S EH, fce,, ta,
ALL AT LOWEST PRICES.
Q' M. HENI>£RSQN A. CO.,
Iwikotßiw BaAlfhoiawOe Dwl— ■
SOOTS A SHOES,
He. SS XskaffizMt, ecznsrof Wskuk
large tad desirable stock of goods,
WMctathaywlß tell Tcrr eheap to eaih andjproaim
pßjinr trade. Aceata tor HUehelfa Patent »■*«««»
Shoe* la au the States without exception.
SOOTS MB BH3BS,
ik> .yo. s*
We wculdrespectfaßy call tba attention, oc Oty and
Country Merchants to our entendre stock of Boots and
Bboee, which wa have nov in Morn, aad ara dahr re
eelti&l from onr Factory in Weak Boylitoo, uml
ytlch cocatote of a feu saortß«nk of those Celebrated
CctamJladaPatna Tip arnlCaKand GralaWaterprood
Boots; together with a taUatock of all styles al
SPRING AKD SUMSEB GOODS*'
efthebeci Qoaßty and manufacture, which ws an pro.
eared to eeQ for CASH and prompt panne trad* at
Boston and Kow York Jobbing Prte«-
Be Tip Boot* and Bfcoealn an the States. ■
ipO ILLINOIS MERCHANTS.
WEBER, WILLIAMS a TALE,
BATS, CAPS, STRAW GOODS, PARA
BOU AND UMBRELLAS,
B,„ ...JAKE BTBEBT, CH1CAG0....,.,,,...*
lotIU the special attention of HUmU mearchanta to
Itch very large, well aaaorUd and unusually attract**
Eprlrr Stock Torino, wfalckwm he offered at lowpri
ees and on favorable , tezma to Caab or Approved
$y- Prompt and careful attention siren to orders.
16 ft 18....STATE STREET....!* * 18
Oseb Bsytra ere particularly invited to an examination
- of our stock of
. fish, Weodes Ware,
DHISD. u iTS) &c., See.
6. C. COOK & CO,,
16 A 18....IU'U!NlUlEI.~.ie A 16
mbCTtar . ■ '
yrraKARD & 00.,
SABSWABE m TIN FLATS,
ma -• c tjw etnat ws
w» tear * Ms; ck a* town* umsob
U» kttM TOT FLIT*.
81 • BUBBU mOVt
m - . nriTAPOK bwbsia,
KJU ,- BKESHTsadAHMALDWIHI
IB tew K*TIH,
3JMOK. COFFXS BCTTOKT* -
9 etckx ZBIQBT OX wA COXL C3UXS&
4o£ ITH, '
Vtt BHSTBfI. BFI9SS aaA B090S&
TUTTLE, H166&R8 A CO.,
"oats, caps and straw
BATES, WILLIAMS A CO.,
Kft 41.—.1«k» ItrMt, Ohio* « 9SBft 4L
ICABUTACTDISBS AHD DBALKSB IH
Eats, Caps, and Straw Soods.
OCTt SPKXKS STOCK
H THE UKBEST All HIST II.PUTI
V3EJg&V! XeOWEST PEIOEa
87 laie Bt - - 4S 'W&'baEi Ave.,
Oorforating to tfcs pioacia aftti fiut ws ban
COMCiUATIQR ARB COHCEBSIBB,
Be Ar aether can be effected by
We Shaft offer AT WHOLESALE throughout tbs
seaaoa and dsrleff the present agitations a stock of
Dry Goodi, Eoisery md Hotiooi,
fvhkius, heahek ub ku talk.
These are times ftr
•fcffom rafhtr Hum WVrsfo,.
a»* vebrre determined os a course of bard work.
Krtd economy end filf ILL PBOl'll'd, «ad it ■will ba
BCICIDAL oo tte part of CLOBB BDTEBB *ot to er»
tetosoCTfsnilneeorrKOWir BBAUDS OF HSA.TT
1661* Spring Trade. 1801.
TTe have thtaßprlngthe largest stock ever brOhght to
COOLEY FARWELL & CO..
«*, M AAV «
Dor Hr. Cooler n)ta to snr Tort, sol*!™ Ms
.bote time to pordbulsc loofli, iriltii. vtlhoor ox*
tsMtv* sales, gives ws advantages la odhtiag goods
thatvlß OOIQCABD the Attention oC the best
tafla ~ ' _ _ _
"DAB CO OK A PEEK,
m unMtni itehu,
a.WtiT, Sm«wo*A ud Wilnutj
ama mibm imuwaMinmiro
zb ffi 1 * 11 TAKurrr.
Wood** and Owuvfl— <*** Bfid*** «*
iSifri f lf a *** flrfar
JJABDWABE, TOT PLATE
SET AX, WAREHOUSE,
■WILLIAM BLAIR & CO.
E»Th, WO.TB* •« Bprta* BUOk, vs onr
At tbe Very Lmrt Utifat
jlgeicultdbai. Donum or as inot*
AGEUCT, Church Block 109 Qarkrt«et Chi*
eaeoL Illinois, for vupplytcgFarm Hands Baifroad
A! cn7Lumbermen. Bowl ami Boarding House Help,
Also private families. Help of all kind* oonataatljr on
hand and promptly ■ applied In city and country., P pt*
Office Box 1« 4a. 6TKWART HAMIUrON.,
Good servanta may find respectable situations at this
yrfffce. - nyaxim
153 Dearborn street, Op. Post Office. .
Fut-Hlet m pi-Tled wits be7p cf t&e'.too*t rellible
cii»r»c.fT. Order* torn u tl-e cjoatry pramptlj re-
S7C4.r.dto. Adcreu Pott Office Box S3*S.
TIfONET TO LOAN'OUTOrtr'
JJ-A-RourtrcHtaialß Coot mmitMai com.
USD .ViSSABB BOUGHT AHB SOLO
■WRIGHT & TYRRELL,
■ T J . Metropolitan Sook. Chloaso.
- - * -P.O.Boxeaj».
Bn p*pwa«nrfit tad sold, Ttznelossißeeotlited!
gQMMWioner of Deads far moat of tt# Btstae ud
Tamtorlee. Rotary Publicfornibmu. apii.esW.gm
TV/TONET LOANED ON FIRST
JLTX' rr.»«B BKCUIUTIEB At the Office of
W*. n. BICE * CO., 63 CLAH.K-ST.
' Three to fire Tear* loans et 19 per cent. - Short:
paper dli counted. Ohab advance* on Warehouse
: tV~*CttrScrlp wasted.. ~* .- mj3964SWy*
Fob money to loan
On Ifeal Estate Sccorllleß in Coot and adlolninr'
Counties, applj to
. ERNST PRUSSINC,
Dealer In Foreign Exekange, Bonn ud Beal
-- - Estate Broker. --
INSURANCE CO, AMD NOTARY PUBLIC* .
NO;e IABWBLOOE, .
nol4-U ; IT. J5. cor. Qarkaud TTuMugtou streets.
JJOWT:TO LOllf OK
CHICAGO CTTT PROPERTY,
Or on Good Improved Farms in this State.
PTT AWBRRR, T.lffi A CO
-131 lAke street.
X/-nBBSHIP.—The Copartnership heretofore ex.
ietlng between the undersigned, oompotlng the firm
ofF.O.SaltonstsU & Co. Commission, Stockandßond
Broken. 1b this day disolrad by mutual consent. >•■
L T INK HAIL
JcKrOQtlW J. C AMBLER.
TW’OTICE.—The undersigned mil
J.l -contlnne business as a CoiutulshSil Stock
Bond BrokeratKo. 34 Clark BtretL- -
lelf-cOOUw T. Q. PALTONSTALL.
'THE PARTNERSHIP HERE-
J- tofore existing between the TmdArdrwH, uadw
the name and sty le of
& discontinued from and alter this date, and and an par*
sons indebted to Bsulfirm am please call and maze
payment, and person* haring claims against raid Arm
are requested to receive payment immed'atclr. The
bnslneas win be continued by B. Alien nuder thesame
same and style. K. AJKSV,
Chicago. April STtt, 1561. my23-e7*B-2m •
JJOCTOR W. HAT,
OFFICE HO. 85 SOUTH CLAES BT.
Oma Hopes j—B to 19 A. iL» 2to 8 and Tto IP.H.
PAYSON & REYNOLDS, - -
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
112 Dearborn Street, Chicago, THmdu. :
BEFEREN CES—P.eynolds, Ely ft Co, L H. Burch A
Co, Chicago; Wm.B. Reynolds A Co, Boston; John
M. Atwood, Esq, Philadelphia; Ueesn Springer A
Whiteman. 6.8,1/n«nimellen; Esq, Cincinnati; John
Andrews. Esq, President Board of Control, D. W.
lie bier. President. Colombo 8, O.- Z. 6. Ely A Co,
Geo. Stephenson. Esq, Edward Pierreppnt, Esq, New
York; Hon. Zrm Rams, Hon. AmasaJ. Parker. Albany.
N. T.- John G. Deshler, Esq. Buffalo. ■
BROADNAX tc GBIT,
axebman juto roaao* ■
PATENT, LAWYERS AND SOLICITpRS.
optfacUmeaSr securing Patents foritcir Inven-
Horn and Designs of every description in tbe Unite*
Elatca nndertue New Law cf Match 2d, IS6U andlnaQ
Foreign Countries are not surpassed, All proles
Washington, D. C- (opposite Patent Office) JB>J.
Bt, Lotus, Custom Boose) sis..
Chlcaco, 111., (L&rmon’fi Block) ISO.
Paris. (France) .1339.
Circulars trim foil instructions to Inventors, mailed
fratuUocaly upon application. myT6My
No. X Dole's Building,
Connecticut Fire Insurance Company,
Asset*.... $223,001 *
■Western MassaclHieelts Insurance Co.,
Abe eta .‘.....5225,009..
Atlantic Fire and Marine Ins* Co.,
Assets..... r ...$220,009.
Roger .Williams Insurance Company,
XrvliLtf Fire luaaruei Company,
WatdUseten Flm Insurance Comp’j,
OFFICE OF THE
Atlantic Mutual Insurance Co.
ITnr ToEX, JannarySctSi, ISO.
Tt e Tnrateea, In conformity t» the Charter of the
Company, aubmlt the following ®t»tcmentof tl» attain
on the Slat of December, I960:
Premloms received on Marine Blfta, from
lit January, 18?*, ta33£t December, 1360.11,601,723,77
prMwipm on Policie* not marked off Ist of
- January, 1660
Total aaonnt of Marine Premium*
Ko Policies hare been Issued upon Lift Bisks, nor
upon Fin Sisks disconnected with UarlneSlskx.
Premiums Barked off frera Ist Janaary*
IS3O, to Slat December, ISM..
Losses psl&dcdsc the seme ps
Betaiss of Itanium* sat Sx<
The Composy here the following Assets, tls
United States and State efKew TorkStock;
CUj, Bank and other Stock* ~...52,8f5^75.®
lioans secured by Stocks, Bonds and Mort
gagee, and otherwise
Dividends oa Stocks, interest onßonds and
; Mortgages and other Leans, sundry
‘ Notes, Be-Insurance and other claims
dne the Cqgpaay, estimated at ; Hg.lW.ll
Premium Kotcs and Bill* BecclTable~ 2,3^,416X4
r««s ]2 B*nk... 106,154.57
Total amonnt of Assets
imr pm CKKT. Inter*** on the outitandlng certifi
cates of profit* win be paid to the bolder* thereof. or
their legal representatives, on end after Tuesday, tbe
tflb cf February next.
Aft** muilog TWO AHD A HALT MTLLOH
DOIXAE3 of profits, tbe outstanding certificates ol
tbelseoe of 1859 yin be redeemed and paid to tbe bold*
«r* thereof; or their legal representatives, on and after
Tuesday, the fifth of February next, from which date
an in tercet thereoa will cease. Tbe certificates to bo
prodneed at the time of payment, and canceled.
A dividend of THIRTrFIVB PER CBKT, !» do
cured on the set earned premium ol tbe
for the year ending Slat December, iB6O, fer which ear*
tificatea win be Issued on and after Tuesday, the
second of April next
Tbe profit* of the.Company, ascertained
; from the lit of July, 1813, to the flrat of
January, 18 0, tor which certificate*
. were leaned, aaonnt to.
Additions! profits from Ist January, US),
to Ist January, IBSL,,
Total profits Tor 10}* yew* sU,eS£6&9t
Hie certificate* previous to IK® have been
redeemed by caih. T.BtftPJO
Kot earnings remaining with the Company
so let January, 1061....
By order of the Board,
W. TOWBBBNO JOHZ3, Secretary.
Charles Denn% David Lane,
W.H.H.Hooce, James Brycs,
Thotoa* THimon- Wm.SturrU, Jr„
Heary _ HenirK-Bogcrt,
Wtm.C. PJcKersgin, A.A-LOW,
Lewis CurtS, WlllLftin K. Dodge,
CharlM B. Rowell, Damn Perkins.
Lowell BcDtrook, Joseph Oalllard, Jr,
Bcbert C. Goodhue, Wll lam Wood.
P. A. Uarsons, J. Henry Barry.
Merer Gnu, Cornelias Gnoses,
Edward Q GDUIaB, C. A. Baud,
.«. T. Ws»tray.
joWnuJ. Henry. - Bob. B. Minium, Jr,
‘ JOHU D. JONES, President
CHABLES DBHUIS, "Vice President
W. H. H. UOOBB, Sd'Vloa President,
Cast Steel Uells.
CBCCCB ASBFIRE ALARM BELLS.
Ws sre prepsisd to ffil olden tor Con
At Sew Tort Prices, With might Addoi.
Etot Ben is WABRIOTED 2err one year with fide
and uoper usage. If shell should break after a mar
S3fprice is allowed la exchange for a new one. Tor
XVSTXE9 HIBBABB db OOey
arot and Importers of Hardware end Tla-Plats,
€9 LAKBSTBEBTs Chicage.
At Prices to Comm&nd the Market!
ggntOLEUM ILLUMIKAtiaa OAL.
MAcnrHEKT OILS. '
00ZZESB * CO., CS.Wster street, Hew Tort
- soiioesfc. ' ~ * ■ ■■ ■■
3Bge anh 350r.
T GDIS MAXJSS, PRACTICAL
79 .....Booth Cxabs final,,,
Opposite tte'Conrt noau.
T!cßt French Crfftsl aod J3r»*iHxa Pebble floeetedee,
hyv OlztMt*, Oi>rr» (ilenee. Microscopes, Tcleasopea,
Mtttecetlc*] Inimantxtrt, etc, etc- «nn«t%atb oa
h»rd. All Lira* firiß*trnn«st» and Spectacle* re.
pslrod, and glasses inserted Into Old ftamea. .
'Wednesday, tone 19, iset
CHICAGO MSI OPFIOB.
BallrAirlnU and Depanarec *r w.«i 1
MaU§ Clow. ' TraUu ArriM,
■ ' EAST* •
ICICHIQAN 80DTHKM*. / * .
B.CO a. m. 10.00 p.m. «.00a.m:
8.00 a.m. • 6.00 p, m;
Mop.au . 6.00 p.m. 7.80 p.m.
jnctoQANXEOTRIZfc ' .
C4sa.su ,10.00 p.m. 6.45 a.m.
8.00 ajm. •••. • 7.45 a.m.
8.00p.m.' - ' 0.00 pi.su 7.45 p.m.
PITTSBURGH, FT. WATNB AHD CHICAGO.
7.10 a. su 10.00p.su 7.a3p.a.
7.40 p.m. 6.00 p.m. Aoßp.nu
sours and west*
CHICAGO AND ROCK ISLAND.
0.00 Am.-" " 7.30 Am. 8.15 am.
9.00 p.m. --- -
• , TOXONAfeUNB.
9.16 Am. ' 7.40 am. . 2L6oam.
9.80 p.m. so mall.- 6.00 p.m.
I TTT.Trrmw CENTRAL—BRANCH.
1 8.60 Am. 10.00 p. m. 9.00 A m.
; AWp.m. 6.30 p. zL 9.00 p.m.
BURLINGTON AND QUIKCT.
'6.45 a.m.' 7.00 a.m. 7.15 a.m.
• 8.45 p.m.. 7.80 p.m. 6.00 p.m.
. AT.ivwr AND ST. LOUIS.
8.00a.~m. 7.80 a. m. , 6.00 a.m.
845 p.m. , 7.80 p.m. . 7.03p.m
! NORTH AKD.WEfT.
i GALENA. CHICAGO,UNION.
•.15 a. m- 7.80 a.m. 6.45 a.m.
'9.15 p.m. - 8.00 p. m. ■'s.oop.m.
CHICAGO AND .NORTHWESTERN.
8.00 a.m. 7.00 a.m. 5,20 a.m.
8.00 p. m. 4.00 p.m. BAO p. m.
. XILWAUEES .
8.00 a.m. 7.80 a.m. 9.09 p.m.
BXop.m. 780 p.m. .. 7.09 p.m.
1 CINCINNATI AND CHICAGO AIR LINE
7.10 a.m. 7.80 a.m.
[From the PhlladelphiaPress.]
' We-have a reliable communication from.
England, dated MayJLTth, which we prefer
giving to-day, in preference to venturing any
further speculations upon a subject which may
present a new phase' m a few days; when Mr.
Adams* dispatches arrive from London. Our
correspondent, we beg to state, is. a merchant
wholy unconnected' with politics and. the
London, May 17,186 L —While ourimforma
tlon from America was yet scanty, it was easy
to anticipate that our Ministry would preserve
a masterly inactivity as long' as they could,
waiting, likeMicawoer, for something to turn
up. That was Palmerston's strong advice, said
to amount nearly to a command, to xord
John Bussell, who, most unfortunately for all
interests—those of humanity mduded—now
happens to be Foreign Minister, with the
slightest possible knowledge of foreign affaire
and. a pervading impression that he really
knows the affairs, - policy - and history of all
nations, like “ damned natives,” as MantUlnl
would say. "When Joe Ewart, the membenor
Liverpool, asked Lord John what England
meant to do, in the matter of the' American
rebellion, the very proper reply was that he
did not know, but would learn of the case
from the law officers of the Crown.
These are Sir Bichard Bethel, a jolly old
sexagenarian, who is on admirable chancery
Uwyer. and is very much ctit ef temper, joat
tow. Decease Lord Campbell/-now hi his
eighty-third year, win not resign the Chancel
lorship, to which he (Bethel) would then be
appointed, with a peerage. The other is Sir
■William Atherton, Solicitor-General, fire years
youuger than Bethel, and very good at crimi
nal and common law.
wu a nsnrou>B
■ Bethel and Atherton, it is sold, differ about
the American, question. Bethel, of an old
Welch family, likes the > aristocracy of the
South, while Atherton, son of a Methodist
incniher, has all the feeling of the Methodists
os regards elaveholding, firmly bellere* in
“ Uncie Tom’s Cabin,” andis strongly for the
North. It is said, too, that Sir W7 Atherton
1 emonetrated against admitting the Southern
States to be hdtigeranU,’. .However, Bethel car
ried the point, and put the unfortunate “ bel
ligerent” sentence jinto Lord. John Bussell’s
mouth. Once uttered, Johnny is the man to
stick to it, right or wrong. Already, the Con
tinental journals have dropped'down upon
lim, and ask whether British policy is that
rebus, In arms, shall be recognized as “bel
ligerents” in America onhj.’
The opinion of commercial people here is
that this is nof a cotton question, though* it
will accelerate the production 01 cotton out
of the United States, but that it must be look
ed on es a great rock ahead, which your
helmsmen can avoid, and must. The unity of
the North, East and west has astonished our
politicians here, who really believed what the
South always bragged of—that they “ could
whip the North.’* Once it Is seen that you
’ con hold your own, by yourselves, the British
Government will even aid you, if you wish—
though, to be sure, they heartily hate the free
dom of American institutions. I say, the
rulers—not the ruled, who ore all with the
If the Government at Washington can imme
diately raise the sinews of war, we think that
the rebellion mud be crushed. The South, as
I happen to know, having been applied to,
cannot rake money in Europe by loan. On
the.other hand, let Mr. 1 Lincoln be authorized
by your Parliament—Congress, you call it—
to borrow a hundred million dollars, at five
per cent, he can get it all in a week here in
London. For we knowrlght well that, though
some of your States did repudiate, the Na
tional Debt of the United States always paid
the promised Interest Indeed, the complaint
of those who Invested their money was that
the United States Went to the length of paying
off the Debt • Think, my good sir, of small
capitalists getting Jive per cent on United
Slates bonds, when oar own National Debt
barely pays three/ " Tight on, If possible, until
you are authorized to borrow a hundred mil-
Jlodb from uft, and the stock will all bo taken
here, at par. The South will not screw a
crooked sixpence out of us, for we believe the
South, like Spain and Mexico, are too lofty
minded to pay. -
There is no positive knowledge of the feel
ing of Queen Victoria upon this exciting
American topic, but there are countless re
ports. One thing it known, however, that
Prince Albert, son of a petty German Duke,
whose dominions yon might easily traverse,
in a one-horse chaise, in three hours, on any
fine day, is decidedly antagonistic to tho libe
ral system adopted by the Americans after
they had cbtaiucdfull recognition from all the
world of their independence and nationality.
The Prince is understood to believe that there
ia no hope for a country without a sovereign,
& peerage, a large national debt, and aloigj
endowment out of the public purse for every
member of the Royal Family, without ques
tion or exception. Ton know that his allow
ances are over $300,000 a year—from all sour
ces—that he actually pockets $1,509 a year, as
Constable of Windsor Castle—and that not
content with quartering his eldest daughter
upon the lax-paying public three years ago,
he has just hod a Parliamentary grant for his
second daughter, about to marry a beggarly
German Prince, of $150,000 paid down on the
sail, and $30,000 a year during the remainder
of her life.
Prince Albert Is believed to hold—with
Prussia, with Austria, with Russia, and with
France—that the Republican is the worst form
of Gcvemmcct, and that the welfare of man
kind requires it to be put down when practi
cable. Judge, then, what he must feel now—
on which side of the American strife his feel
ings must be. No doubt he shares the com
mon belief here that, If a Southern Confede
racy could really be established, It would
become a numarchy in a couple of years.
On the other hand, it is here believed that
Queen Victoria is as liberal a woman at heart
as her position would allow her to be. She
has taken numerous occasions of showing
particular courtesy towards Americans who
nave been presented to her, 'or have per taken
of her hospitality. Finally, her Majesty was
really very much impressed with the great
kindness shown to her eldest son, when he
.visited the United States; at which time, by
seme odd casnality, the only persons by whom
he was treated with disrespect, were the
(bargemen of her own Canada, and “ the first
families ” at Richmond, Virginia.
Rely upon It, that Queen Victoria will never
throw the weight of her influence into the
scale againt the Northern States, if she is al
lowed a chance of manifesting any personal
leeling. As & Sovereign, she nas very little
power, Ibr it is tho ilinistry who are respon
sible tor what is done, not the Monarch. At
the same time, no Ministry would run directly
counter to the known wishes of the Sovereign.
The North have just lost one very influen
tial friend at Court. Ot all the personal friends
of the Queen, the greatest was the Duchess of
Sutherland, (for many years the handsomest
woman jX Court,) sister to Lord Carlisle, who
visited America twenty years ago as Lord
Morpeth, end happens to be the most ill
looking of all the British aristocracy—ex
Iremely like what Liston, the actor, used to be
in the character of ifeality. -The Qaeezx Is.
greatly attached to this lady, who, though wife
of one of the wealthiest- of the British Peer
age, for many years has held the office of Mis
tress of the Robes to her Majesty.„ But the
Duke of Sutherland died a few weeks ago, and
the Duchess has resigned her office at Court,
and in a manner retired from the world. She
has been succeeded by the Duchess of Wel
lington—that exquisitely lovely statue of
Pauence on a Monument The Duchess of
Sutherland, who extensively patronized all
abolition Americans, from bus. Stowe to “the
Black Bwan,” certainly impressed the Queen's
ruled considerably in tho saone way. Were she
still a member of the. Royal Household, she
would as certainly keep the Queen up to the
markon this head, just now.
The casual mention I have here made of
Mrs. Stowe reminds me of the vast impression
which her “Uncle Tom's Cabin ” mode upon
the public mind here some nine yean ago. I *
recollect'that, in' September, 1852, os 1 wasT
cabbing it down to the London Bridge sta
tion, to go by rail to Folkstone, en route for
Paris, ria Boulogne, I saw a bookseller’s shop
window covered with a greet number of green
covered duodecimos, wanting something to
read intbo railway carriage, i jumped out,
threw down my shilling, and picked up. a
cheep reprint of “ Uncle Tom's Cabin,” the
perusal of which occupied a good deal of.my
tiinc before I reached Paris. It turned
out that mine was ; actually ! the first
copy of (the book which had . readied Paris,
and a mend, who begged it from me, was so
much struck with it that he gave it to (he
editor of one of the daily papers, who had it'
translated,' without delay, and printed ■ it with
equal alacrity, as a feuiudon In bis journal.
Immediately, other papers did the some, and
translations in book-form were soon publish
ed, not onlyln Paris, hut in Belgium, Germany
and Italy- When I returned to Loedon, after a.
: fortnight's absence, I found “ Unde Tom” In
- every person’s hands. Over 500,000 copies
were sold in the “United Kingdom of Great
Britoln'and Ireland,” mid dramatic versions of
it were performed at the principal theatres In
town'and country. , ’ < ‘. /. I. .
The other day, finding my eldest boy deep
in “Unde Tom's Cabin,’*! took it np, ana,
to be candid, found it very indifferent—the
feeling exaggerated, the isddents improbable,,
the characters overdrawn.. Bat the book has
been as much read, during the last nlneyesrs,-
as sny volume In cur laaeeage, except “Robin
son Greece,” and if has impressed the British
public 'frith, a most unquestionable Ant
i feeling. ’ That the sympathy, of the
ia's British public: at this time, Is wholly’
.with the North, is to bo- attributed, I think,* 1
to the: impresßloa * thaT Mrs. Stowe’S'hook,
almost below critteclim aaa v llterary compbel-s
aitlon.bas made upon the mind ot.youngandi
’old.l have heard' th&t-Queeu Victoriaiwas
wrought up to apltoh. of fearful .excitement-;
when the nnt.read of.VTTucle T0m.”,,. ,
FOREIGN FOXiliraOAli ITERS.
. The French CTacnaUon of Syria was to take
place on tie fifth Instant. The step, however,
Is takfen under protect, as.fraught with.the'
worst consequences to the Christians of .Tar-,
;kcy. M. -Biilault, one of the imperial spsakinz
, trumpets in the Legislature, announces thauf
necessary they wnfrctum to Syria, nofas-Eu
ropeans bound by treaty to evacuate It at a.
certain date, hut or Frenchmen who will os*
.fume all the responsibility of theirproceeding.•
It appears that Vely Pacha; the.Turkl&h.Min
ister at Paris, suggested'the willingness of the.
Porte to have a French garrison remain at ;
Beirut until the formal aetUemcnt of Sy
rian question. -
: A correspondent writes that'the'JVord, of 1
Brussels, a Journal founded ‘by the Bossian
povernment for. the promulgation of-Busslan J
ideas and the support of Russian policy, Im*
Just obtained permission from K. de Peralgny
to be printed and published in Parian
Petitions, numerously sighed by the people
of Berne, have lately been’presented to the
French Emperor, beseeching him-to leave that
city miatress of her political destinies. They
represent that , the present situation of the
place is now intolerable, that trade and raamx
fteturera, , always -precarious under the cede
siaelical regime, ore absolutely ruined since the
Central and Eastern provinces were annexed
to the Kingdom of Italy, to whose destinythey
entreat that Borne may be linked;
__M.de Pereigny, Minister of the Interior of
France, has addressed a circular to the per
fects, laying down a new rule 6a the publica
tion of pamphlets. , Should these be from the
pens of persons* in exile, theiri publication la
forbidden, as the writers ore placed outslde of
the common law. This missive was ckUed
forth by the scarifying pamphlet of the Due
d’Aumale in reply to Prince Napoleon’s attack
on Louis FhQlippc, father of the Doke^. The
work was suppressed and thepabllaher heavily
fined. - * ■
s Cardinal Autoneßi lias addressed a drculA
to the diplomatic body, protesting against tbe
decree issued by the Italian government for
suppress lug convents, and other religious cor
porations ; end announcing that persons who
purchase such property, will do so at their own
risk, as all such measures will be null ah.dvoid
inlaw and equity. The object of the circular
is to caution foreigners against investing in
property thus sequestrated..
The late election of Grand Master of the Ma
sonic order in France has created considerable
excitement, tbe candidates being FrinceMnrat
and Prince Napoleon. The former waa sup
ported by the ultra-montainisto, and the latter
by those of a more liberal cast. The ignomln
ous defeat of Murat, who was the last Grand
Master, is accepted as a liberallst triumph, and
a powcifulblow at .tho ultra partisans of the
■Pope, not only in Fiance, bat In all Europe..
' The Hungarian Diet lias adopted an address
to the Austrian Emperor, drawn up by 5L‘
Deak, the leader of the moderate party, and a
man of eminent ability, idler reviewing the
history of the country in its relations to the
Hapebnrg family, and condemning the policy
of Francis Joseph since ISIS, it calls for a com-
Elcte separation between Hungary and Austria
i all matters relating to the government of
tbo country—Parliamentary rule, & rea ponslble
ministry, trial by jury, liberty of the press, the
right of taxation, os the chief guaranties of
constitutional rights. “We declare, therefore,”
it conclude s. u that we determinate!/ demand
“theimmediate,full reestablishment of the
“laws Expended by arbitrary power, and the
“ abolition of all illegal enactments, and ille
“ gaily ordered taxes.” This address is con
sidered on ultimatum, eo far as the nation is
The recognition of the new Kingdom of
Italy by Trance is expected to take place at an
cariy day, possibly on thcnrrival of if. Nigra
aa Embasaador to Paris from the Court of Ta
rn. Certain terms alleged to have been offer
ed by the Emperor on condition of -accepting
which he wonld evacuate Rome, hare been re
jected by the King of Italy. Bat this vrill not
affect fbe general truth; and we suspect the
whole affair has been cat and dried long ago. .
Four of the six provinces composing Cochin
China, have recognized the authority of the
French Emperor; the other two are expected
to follow shortly, so that the wliole country la
now a French province.
The Pope lately undertook a journey from
Home to Frosinone. M. Merode, who is at the
bead of the “ War Depart menl” scraped to
gether ell the odds and ends of the army he
could collect to make a demonstration by the.
way. “Ah I” said the Pope, “M. Merode
would make me another Julias the Second;
but the Pope must now govern as the Friuce
of Peace.” So writes the correspondent of a
London paper. The change might hare been
worse than from the warlike Julius to the
peaceful Pio Nono.
FBOH SOUTH CAROLINA.
War Correspondence ot Vanity Fair*
Bukotown, S. C., Juno 2,1881.
Dean Vanitt: Such times as Pvo hod! I
was unable to write you last. week. I am in
Ibe heart of the enemy’s country, they take
every opportunity to incommode me..
But l om making rather a good thing of it.
I generally do. *
Alter sending my men Into camp at "Wash
ington, 1 picked a hundred of my old Zoo-zoo
friesde, and came down here into Sonth Car
olina, to travel a little. Wo were all disguised
as t&mborine girls.
I nerer dreamed, my dear Vanity, that there
was so much valuable property in the South.
If I had, 1 should have beenkere before.
Do yon want meto send you anything nicef
If you do, just let me knew what, anal will
get it for you.
Pve got two mulatto preachers, one of whom
is as much I have any use for. If you would
like the other, I’ll send him on at once. He is
& Methodist, and very eloquent, when sober.
Then Pve got a bushel basket full of watch
es, and four tobacco plantations.
My Lieutenant, formerly Commodore of my
fleet, Signor Cospetto di Vendetta, is .delight
ed. He was on tno» road in Corsica for three
or four years, but says heneversaw such pick
ings anywhere before.
As soon as the chivalry found out who we
were, they seemed to lose ail respect forna,
end began to be'very annoying. : They hanged
two of my men for inviting a at ox and some
poultry to supper* in onr quarters. This. I
thought was inhospitable, I burned, the
town down, BowiekmCe Corner, and coniUca
ted all the property within several miles.
They don’t understand me yet I
1 am only traveling for pleasure now. When
I come to start my army this way, I will show
them what fighting is!
Yesterday i dined with Goycmor Pickens.
He sets a nice table, does the Gor., and has
some splendid silverware. If you like, I will
giveyou a couple of hi* spoons.
Be thinks the South will whip in this war.
I don’t. -
“Ton moat know, my dear Mac.” said the
Got., when the sherry came on; “yon most
know that nearly all our soldiers arc raw hoys,
unaccustomed to handling firearms. Now,
when they get excited, as they’re sure to in
battle, they will be so careless with their mas*
keta that, ten to one, some of yoor men will
get shot. Your army hadbetterstayin Wash
This argument appears forcible, at first sight,
but when yon reflect that we also have many
green troops, the cose is os broad as it is long.'
All battles cannot bo bo successful as that of
Jnst as I wrote the last sentence, Governor
Pickings body-eenrant, a very smart yellow
boy, entered with a note from his master. It
is as follows:
Dear Mao: A joke’s a joke, you know. Pm
not vexed. My boy will receive the spoons
and all will be forgotten. Your’n,
I have confiscated the servant, and seut these
few words to his master:
‘ Dear Pick : I give you twenty-four hours
to write an apology is. My soldi as want a
bonfire. Your house is wooden. Mac.
I think that will fetch him. If not, down
goes his shanty I
He who would seek to cope with a He Arone
must be a man of more than common mould.
When I have captured the South... .when my
star gemmed banner floats from every house
in the land....when my laurel-crowned bust
looks serenely down from every niche..*,
when my. name is coupled with a fervent
blessing in the month of every man, woman,
child, and negro.,..then, and then only, will
I let him up.
Southrons, I come....
TVTrat is the price of good Yirciiiia tobacco
in Kew Toik now ? It is growing rcry dear
down Ibis way. Here is the last quotation
from tbe JhmQtoan Clarion Blast of yester
Prime, hide, ------- 100aK»*.
•. Middling, "hud* - - - - - - !73x.at78j<
'* Thirds,exs, - - - . 40atb39>£
Etc,, etc“- ..... X.Y.Z.&
yon ever aec anything like It? I never
Cospelta di Vendetta has,, just returned'
from a little sojourn In Montgomery. He was
there one day only. He iound Jeffi Davis and
Gen. Beauregard sitting on the steps of the
capital, eating peannts and talking horse. He
was desirous, of conversing with them, bat
not nnderstabdirg English nor any other lan
guage except Corsican and thieves’ slug, he
Finally, Fioyd waa cent for. Of course he
was perfectly conversSnt/'whh the IhieTsTO
cabmaty, and my Lieutenant had quits a chat
“ Did yon grab your grigs ?” asked Floyd.
“Yes, and sherried the pewter/' said my-
Lieutenant; “but what’a a cully to lake? I
am bllx to sky and want fardeniug.”
Nix my dolly, pals/’ replied the light-fing
This last expression may be considered de
- I think that when I get through loafing
abouthtre;! will sail my fleet against Mont
gomery. There la a bank there and my men
want a little pocket money. Aba doesn't want
me to go qniie so fist at first, but I think I
can show him a trick or two that he isn't np
to, as jet. , ,- v -
My genius is not to be trammeled b j is mere
President. r--. •
;"■* When the proud bird of Joto bo an skyward
toward the azure empyrean, with the beams
of Liberty gilding mb massive pinions, he
The weather U very fine. ‘
Imnetdoee. Someof my fellows have got
on a and want to bang a couple of edit- *
on. 1 must go and see about It If I get
there in tlmc, I will save the poor devils. If
not I want to see them swung o£C These
Zoo-zooe of mine are playfuldogs; they will
have their practical jokes. After all they are
good children, and Lam MoAbokb. .
: Aquia Cheek.—We see ■ this small Virginia
stream spelled In all waysby onr exchanges.
“UpplncoU’a Garetter” gives it_thui—Aqoia.'
The .“chadded by telegraphic reporters and
ncmcrdtjs editors, appears to*, be superfluous.'
trough SUflbrd county into the Potomac.:' It
u navigable for Ecboohere ecycrol miles from
’.smooth.” ' v -'
TVf TTBR Y-' NEL SO IT &>CO.,
! Xfl PRODFCK COMMISSION AND SHIPPING
MERCHANT. NoTsu South Water street. Agent for
' the Fulton Starch Works, Oswego Co, N.T. liberal
1 cash advances on Flour and Grain for shipment t>Os.
wrgo or New York, or In st are, girln* the shipper the
privilege ol selling In either market for one comrols*-
WE HAVE THIS.DAY ASSO
; VT. CIATED withourwltes ... , * v . • , '
* JESSE ETJBSBIJ* of CSni&mati,
and win contlnmian Exclusive Conunlielon Butlnssa
at Koa, tfis and 228 South Water street, Chicago, under
the firm same of Bedford.-Meredlth A nmelL ••
.Chlcsgo.Jnno Stb,lS6L . ■ . --- ■ . Je7-sj24w.
■Rcdford, BTcredtV & / Russell,'
JL> •. EXCLUSIVE.,.,
. ■ COMMISSIONMERCHANTS
For the cnr chase and eal e of Pork, Stock. FI onr. Grain
andi*rcdnce«neraUy, Ko.2as and 2SI booth Water
BlrtetChlcago,Dl. -• - ' •••■ • - Ja’7.ly
Q.IIBERT, STANARD & CO.,
PRODUCE COKMKSniH. MERCHANTS,
Ko.B SteeTs Block. (2d Floor),- corner Ppath Water
and LaiaDe streets, Chicago, DL .
O.r.OIXXEXT. X. O. STLKJLZD. _ J.aJOIU.
GILBERT. iTELEfI& BTAKAHD, Ko, tCICV Build
ings, fit. Louis, Me . - - ■ - - myls-e7W-am'
EG WOLCOTT, GENERAL
• COMMTSSIONMERCHAIJT.Ko.Innder Board
of .Trade Booms, win receive Country Produce for
eale tn th!anarket,or -for shipment to Eastern mar--
kets. and make advances on Eastern shipments in
Sight Exchange.- mySaTP-SB S. O. WOLCOTT.
H- P. STANLEY,
• ' • COMMIBSIOH HEBCHAKT. ‘
And dealer in Frtdt and Frodoee, Ko. Ira sonth Water
street, P.O.BozZS,Chicago,Uioola.- We eolldt the
condgnmentof goodsthatare of thabest qaaHty-4t
would be our own choice to deal In no other class.
K. B,—l have teveral acres of-lhe- Albaoy
Etrawqeny, and wtilsell plants of that van sty at the
usual rates, and Ja‘ any quantities.
M.: C. HALE & 00,
; IEIERAI COHMISSIOH KERCH AITS,
. : For ttfl-fprchMe and sale of
Flonr, Grain, Provisions, Produce,
■ ’ &c., &c.
Office and Warehonic, Ho. lfi? ; South Water afreet,
JedeSCUw CHICAGO, HIINOI9.
ffirusm. ■ ,
CURED BY THE
■ ■ HARD RUBBER Ride’S TRUSS,
This Truss is nnhke an others •verusedboth in con.
etruetioo and material. Doe* net constantly press on
the rnptmre, an* thereby give a call fbratruss for life,
Uk« moat tresses in use, but presses In four places,
bringing theparts together, rivuixnatiire a chance to
core, which it does In nearly all cases. Does not
press UPON THE CORD or obstruct circulation;
never tolls or corrodes, and Is always clean and new.
Young persons and ncent.esses always cured. Phy
sicians say it la the ONLY PHILOSOPHICAL TRUSS
IK USX. Kobo but those who have suffered with the
misery of rapture can appreciate tbe value of the
“Riggs Trnss. An Illustrated pamphlet containing all
pamcolars, sent free. Persons wishing this Truss can
be fitted by sending size In Inches around hips ta line
of Rupture with description of caseto J. B. SEELEY,
Sole sod Exclusive Agent, for the Western States. _
• Office, 1M Lake street. Room No. 4, (ap-statr»J P.
O. Rex 4589. %3T Wholesale Trad* supplied at New
York prices. • Jy^soiy
: BAGS J BAGS U BAGSIJI ;
: 'FABWBLL’S \
\ STEAM BAG HASTFACTORT, \
: xo. S oaiQiQO.. •
: BAGS AND SACKS :
• Of every description ftmxlehod on ;
: short notice, and printed with :
: New and Beantifdi Brands. . •
SIMEON FAB WELL. !
: ap«m-ly s
JAMES H. CHILDS & CO.
HOPS OOTTOE MILLS,
Seamless ©min Bags,
8S inches to 40 wide.
BWWe are prepared to recal,. . -jars from Uw
bade; • • . ~ <■ ■ lel-dTO-lv
JO CO2H BXCEAH6S
' BAG MANUFAOTOBYe
auxvTAOnrmsM inniuu m
WHerß' and Grocers' Bags stade sad printed to order
withbcantlfcl brands. Nowandsecond-bandSeamlea
Grain end Gunny Bags, for Shipper*, Millers and Par.
mers' nea Bags for Ftonr. Bnnkwhoat, Feed, Haul.
fidelity and dßpatck. 'jßags
OHICAGO BAG AGENCY,
SOUTH WATEE STREET.
CTAMT.gga BRATW BAGS Of VKIOUS ffiSW Bfii
nanaec. •«•. - •* *• ■
FLOUB—Holvea. Quarters, and gghta prtatad to
"wder of any dealred pattern, . "
: HAM SACKS—Every elxe need.
GUNNY BAGS—Two or Three Buhtis. _
Cttnmlaeloa MercLante, Mlllern Grocers and Pro
Stock. Orders lob cited.
laalYUvJ HAWKINS A CHAPMAN.
S C A L E S,
g, g. HITCHCOCK,
19 Sonti Caul Street, CUeago,
pf*All kind* of Scales Repaired. jeKLly
SCALES OF ALL KINDS.
Fairbanks & GrecnleaT,
15 lAKE STREET, CHICAGO.
VANDERVOORT, DICKERSON & CO.,
Kos. 199 and 101 Rudolph Street,
Weigh out of Level. No Check Bods. AS Prictidu
received on Dalis. . seltiO-ly
’sw ATjTjAuk ft OOIiSSSS,
(TORaCOLT JOHN «. WALTACTQ
Hava constantly on band a wen seleeted stock ot
Hard and Soft Wood, .
SPOKS STATES ft SHIIBLEX*
. AT WHOLESALE OH RETAIL.
Aed wm fnmlih Bins for Lumber. Timber and Whit*
Oak ITUcg, to order on the shortest notice. They are
also prepared to do a general Commission Badness,
end to make liberal cash advances on all kinds of Lum
ber consigned to them to sell either by cargo or at re
tail. XW~ Office and Yard on the corner of Old tad
Grove streets. South branch, Chicago, 111.
Pott Office Drawer 6111. mhs*i6«a
JMPORTANT TO BUILDERS.
ttoai CtzMt, let. and/WaailngtacSa*
CHICAGO, HAm ' • • •
Manufacturer sad dealer la an kinds ot Wood Monia
la an its b ranch aa, Scroll Sawing and Cornice Brackets,
a variety Cl patterns: Octagon and font- aided Balus
ter* and Kewela on band and made to order; Stair
Baiting and Brackets. Planing and and Saw
ing done to order In the beat manner at the ahorteat
notice; Fence Pickets. Particular attention given to
fiiarg orders from the country tor say and sQ of the
above dl&cripttocs of work. Bills for Bough and
Dressed Lumber filled with dispatch, and shipped at
the lowestmarket price. Your attention is Invited
fore pnrchaalnr elsewhere My motto Is }-* Good
work and low prices win." .
Agent for WM.B. HILL’S Justly celebrated .
For Bteian Engines, warranted to regulate the mottos
vt the engine perfectly under any aad all droam
'ftaacos. SendforClrculara. .
Poet Office Bex CSX IsSm-ly
Q MORGANhas Removed to
. 169 Randolph Street, '
Where he win be pleased to see all Us-old pattronaaa
well-as those wishing to purchase Furniture at LOW
PRICES. - The stock Is enllrclynsw and comprising
cue of the largest, bestaod stoat fashionableTuraP
tare In the West. . -
PARLOR AND BEDROOM SUITES
Of Rosewood, Mahogany and Walnut' o»3c Sideboard
iwniwp Juries and Chalrt, Secretaries, Tcte
a-Tetes, Betas, Bedsteads and Chain .of an kind*,
tw pimm Mil ■ nil *t«iwiM all stock before you
buy • , , , apg*sl.ly
POPPER LIGHTNING ROBS,
V_/ and an klndsof LlgUtotnr Bod Points and Fix
tures, manufactorcd and supplied tn Agents and Beat
era. Pamphlets sent free. B. P. HAE'H. ofllco No.
6 Dole's Banding, cor Clark and South Water streets.
Chicago. _ Post place 80x3174. nyAxua
JHPO B T ANT.—Look in at
178 RANDOLPH STREET, Cblcmto,
And see how low they BeHOQs. White Lead, Zing,
Paints, French and American Glass, Varnishes an* Ja--
pans of all kind*: Alcohol, Hurntna fluid. Coal oda of
TORIQHT & MoOLTJRE,
-T T TTSBSBXAESBS. H«. 88 LaaiQe sheet * • .
" .metallic cama.
Also, Wood Co (Cue and Shrouds ofanstylet An
prepared with Beanes and Canute*, aan win give
. prompt attention at all boon. Hare a Chapel ul
vaultln the Cemetery. - apis .
i KA BHDS K*, O. SUGAR, COM
JLO\J KOKtocboJee-ftr - _ ’
- PAESOKB, PJCTKIJf & IWLKKET, . . -
16 South Water street
S ''H °: L ® s ; ' & C O-.
:J&f and JPork Packers,
ajjp rgbvTßiow; mnHOHAiraa;.
? Office, IvU Hirer Street,'
PAesrao sotraE, : nouth bkibch, cancioa
BEIF,PORI, HAMS, BHODIDEBI,LABD, ETC.
ITlghwt market price tor Cattle and Hogi.- -
: Kerrs to Banker* and Bnalhesa men generally at
: Quincy, KU Bt. Louis and Chicago Bank; J. Young
Bcammon, Esq.-President Marine Bank; J.H. Duo.
:tam, Srq M President Merchant,’ Sarin?* Loan and.
/i met Company, and Meetra. G. B Hubbard a Co.,
Chicago.- «-* ae-’<dMy
- aaait nomet ~ * w. t. b. nouraa.
D . IJ P = E E,
WHOLESALE PROVISION DEALER,
Office 37 State Street Patting Home on Eentt
Clark Street, near Twelfth. .. .
. in rtoieand onhaod (hrpnghthe season, •.
BEEF, POK, LARD, HAMSLTBIPE. 1 PISS' FEET,
SMQIED BEEF,;& 6.
C. B. P. would tn>Ue the attention of Grocers, Hotel
Keepers and Provision Dealers generally; to hli
SUPERIOR SUGAR CURED HAH 3 ASD BEEF,
which has had preference overall other brands offtred
fcr sale In the Kortliweat for the past five reata. .
t2T Aim>!e-Fire Pro»‘Warehouse ttcfflUes for the
stotege of all kinds oi Barrel Provisions, Flonrand
0A S H AJD YAEC ES.
: VJUSEEIEUI, sm & CO,
Liverpool an.d LorLdpru
T.TpgTtAT. nw h; A-nvawrws
Win be made on consignments to the above house oz
RACBB, URD, PROVIBIORS AID PROOOBE
ocra-ly] Bt - ~ THOMAS KASH.
JOSEPH H. TUCKER & CO.,
Late of the firm of Randolph, Tucker. A Carter.
. COMMISSION MERCHANT,
56.6 Board of Trade Building, Chicago, HU
exclusive attention given to a Conunls-
On property In store and for tale in this market, or for
Bblpaenteast. '. . JeßdSiMai
P -B U G N E T,
Persons! attention given to the purchase and sale of
Grain, Flour, ana country Produce generally.
Office, No. S Hilliard’s Block,
v v < .N. K. Comer South Water and Clsrk streets.
P. O. ROX62S7.
Reteeescxs—Hon. Wm. B. Ogden, Hon, B. W. Ray
mond. S. W. Blhlcy. Em, Chicago. III.; P. Harmony,
btpDß A Co,, Gonrd'freer*, \elvcrdon, Brou Jas.
King & Kona, Kerr York; J.H. Lucas, Esq., Edward
Tcfeon. Cbas. Chouteau, Esq w St. Loaii.
: Liberal advance* made on consignment*. fe!S*Sl.ly
~]y|TLES,WRIGHT & SHERMAN,
PEODUCE COUWISBIOH MEECHATfTS,
Eeaters In Ererj Description of Country Pro
dnee, on fomnhslon Exclnslrely.
SO AND 22 LASALLE SXHEET, -
A'LL'E 2ST VANE & 00,
XJL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
For the sale of Fiona Grain, Beefi Pork, Bams, Lard.
Batier. Chei'e, Seeds, Dned Frnlcs, Ac* 129 Soath
"WateretreetChlcago. ■ . .
Agecta for Hamburg and "Western Swerve Cheese.
aixxk tama aolßalifriy a. groan.
t Fxoeau Ooßxmlnetoa nsrehant,
NO 1 BOARD OF T6ADB BUILDINGS.
Ml-JlSSlf ’nHTOAOO TLXOOSK
TJfJJLTIAMS & HOUGTELLING,
TV COMMISSION MERCHANTS. No.klOKSonth
Water street, second door west of Wells street oildget
give their exclusive attention to tho sale and porcliasa
of an kinds of Produce Stock, *c, on Commission.
Cash advances made on bill* ol lading and property In
- store.. liefer t» George Smith A Co., Marine Bank and
George Steel A Co,: . - ,
j. m. wmxana. ; JaVgQ.'y .w. d. nopoTauxo.
■\TEELY. LAWRENCE . & CO,,
XV COMMISSION MERCHANTS for tho putch.w
and sale of-Graln, Flonr, Provisions and Country Pro*
dace generally. Business exclusively Commission.
Also, dealer* m Salt. Lime, Water Lime, Stucco. Plas
tering Balr.Land Plaster; An, at 3SI. kH and 340 South
Water street, a. n xaiLT, B.n.ia.wnEXoa. w.t.
WispiATg, n.y.nwßgyca. • mharffrly
•V GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Ko. 3 Loomis BnDdlng. corner Clarx and Sooth Water
streets. Advances made on consignment*, ful’sa-ly
Q. RIFF IN BROTHERS,
No, 5 Pomeroy’s Block? corner Sooth Water and Clark
streets, Chicago. Adroocpß made on conalgtnent x
y. r. Qnirrut, iMliSaVaO-iy- a. qcirrnr.
‘JJNDER'W'OOD & CO,
X 52 Soiatlx "Water Street, Ohicago.
• • • - • mhSW3
HDD & UPDIKE,
General Cozhmlarion merchant*,
7 Steel’* Block, Second Floor,' corner Booth "Water
' and. Laaalle streets, Chicago. . r . •
jomrj. jroiH».“" : ‘" vjiTOj • o.'vr. ironta.
QULVEB & COMPANY,
Sl6 Sonth Water Street, Chicago.
B. T. CULTHB. JaUbSU q X. OPLTXH. •
'J'HOMPSON, BONHAM &
EIGIBSIYE COMMISSIOR MERtHARTI,
No. 25S Sonth "Water rtreet, Chleago, HUnol*.
Rms to Merchants* Bavlnei t Loan*and Tro<tt Co rt
Alonzo Richmond A Co, Hon. Joo. C. Haiora, Chlcaza.
J. H. Drake A N. B. a. Klogrßnlfalo. aniQ^ty
'J'URPIN, LAKE & CO.,
No. 162 1-2 Sonth Water Street, Chicago, HI.
T. JU TCKPXN. MZIXES rltr D. J. t.ct
jg AKER & SPAFPOBD,
Office and Warehouse, .No.Bl South Water Street
Advances made on consignments. Particular stten
tlon given to the pnrcliase and aale of Flour, Grain,
Seeds, on commission. mhaeOT-lr
Jp OR D & NORTON,
'StORABEAHD COHHIttIOI MERCHANTS.
Fire Proof Warehosse on Market street, between Lake
and Randolph streets, Chicago, ZU. ‘
Liberal advances made on consignments.
auurELA. roHD. aatr&J-iy katuaxisl^noeton.
piTKIN & COMPANY,
BEIERAL COMMISSIOI HEBCHAITS;
110 Boutlx "Water Street, Cliioaso,
jajczs l. gates. jySAeo-ly Alfred pltjlu.
Bailie & setmohr.
PRODUCE AND QENB.iAL COMMISSION
MERCHANTS, Office iseonth Water street, Pomeroy's
Landing. Po>t Office Drawer GIST, Chicago. Rkbbb
sircxa—Sturgis, Buckingham* Co: Wm. Markham,
Gen. Freight Agent C.8.4Q.H.R. anlGcSOl-ly
MORSE & CO.,
0S« .SOUTH WATER STREET ISG
Basinoo3 confined strictly to commission. jySO-ly
& S. P. CARTER,
CEHERAI COMMISSIOI MERCHANTS, ■
Ko.l Beard of Trade Building, 5d floor, will give their
personal attention to the parenueand sate oiall kinds
of Produce. Advances made on consignments.
boswzllcastzb mhfel72-8m sam’l p. oartze
yyATSON V. COE & CO.,
For ttepmehase and - sale of Pork, Floor, Grain shd
Stock. N0.116X SoaUi Water stresL, Chicago, Illinois.
vinoi t. cca wac. n. rjok, s. i*. todxbwooi*.
O HERMAN & HALL,
K HtDBCE UD COMMItIOH HERCHAITS,
fT South Water street Liberal.cash adra&ers on
Flour, Grain, Seeds. Provisions and Dried Fralts, for
tale In this market or shipment Eaat JaTti-ly
yAN INWAGEN & CO.,
’ BEIERAL CDHHISSIOI HERCHAITS,
No. S Dole's Building* comer South Water and Clark
streets, Chicago, HI. falUiSO-ly
J]D : WABD SACEET,
NO.IOB 1-2 South.' 1 "Water H treat.
Between Old and New Board of Trade Bonding*,.
w3'CMj “ CHICAGO, ILL.
rp MAPIJJ 4 C 0.,
*BHERAi eillUIII«0R BEBCHAITt,
210 Booth Water Street, cor, Wells, Chicago, HL
Cub adtanee* made on Co alignments.
T. JIAFLg. frayyMJyl J.E.KAJU.
B FABIAN, GENERAL COM
• MISSION MERCHANT, ST. JOSEPH, MO.
Particular attention ndd to the purchase and sale of
Tildes.Tanow.Hemp, Tobacco-andproduce ofeeeiy
description, Rders, by permlfrion, to ifoeera. Miles,
Wrightfa Sherman; Cieghozn, Leckls fa Co; Olcktn.
son fa Eater; FlQtin fa Co. - • mhll-eatS-ly
JJHMSEY, BROTHER & CO.,
COSZ2HSSION 9IEBCEANTS, -
Give tbtlr exclusive attention to the purchase avd
sale of Flour, Gtalu and other Produce, on commis
sion. No. 1« Booth Water street corner of Clarx,
Chicago. • ■ • ' notaasw
L. L E K, HOWES,
X 35 Bontk Water Street, Ohiooso.
gPAFFOM), STEWART & CO.,
PRODUCE COMIRISSIOi MEB6HAITC.
•raonaT attention (rtm to sales of Grain, Floor,
ProrUlcnsaad country Produce generally. Easiness
exclusive!* coromlsrfon. • Advances made on cows gn
m<mta. U7 Klnxle street-Chicago. fe-XTt-Oiy .
o, jl BpaJToap, n. erawaar, s. t. tv. xixib.
MS. NICHOLS & CO,, HAVE
• opened’at IS3 Benth Water stresf, Chicago,
a General Commission .Abase. tor the porchaao aad.
sale of Grain. Flour, Prorttion*. *c. and souclt ctu.
and-order*. To parties aecftMlble to MU.
wankeeaaweU as Chicago, to MimecUoa their
Milwaukee BctxjT, Blchols. Britt & Cc, think they can
elvesneh superior advactaeeu. tpis 8»-'y •
m. s.sicaols’ v y l . x. a. uicnoLa,
galtfoaua atth ealt.
p O N Y -2C 'P : B B S S!
TO SAN FRANCISCO.
- • LETTERS Tin bereeefved at the office *fthe '
United States Express Company,
CORKER OF CLARE ATOUTH STREETS,
Which win bo forwarded to connect with thoFonv
Express, leaving Bt. Joseph. kOssoiuM, every
WEDNESDAY AHD. SATURDAY, AT U F, U,
. TELECBAMB > ■ -
Bent to Port Kearney on the morning* ef Monday *»d
Friday, win connect with the Pony, leaving Bt Joseph
' Letters weighing K os. or under L....~..~0*0.*-.|Sfi|
The half ounce tettenwffiM reduced to one dollar
after JnlT let
. IF* In all cases-to be enclosed ta Government
and an Express charges prepaid.
g (5! FOR PIKE'S PEAK.
Tha undersigned hare connected (withthsfr waft
known Freight Atchlasoa.
A FAST FREIGHT LIHE,
Which enable* them to transport freight with greater
dispatch than heretofore, or than any other line now
responsible line. • * i-
: Having been engaged In the transportation of goods
from the above peuta to Flirt Peaz for the past three
years, fed conAdent of their ability to give
PERFECT SATISFACTIOR TO All SHIPPERS
Either by regular or our test line.
> We bare this day estabUshed Messrs, HA.MMTLL A
EETNOLDS, 161 Kind© street, Cbleago, our Agents
who are authorized to contract freight to Denver or
Mountain Cities for ns. ‘
• * SXABILJOHITBOK A Mountain City.
HAMMILL A RgryOLDS. Agents.. _ - _ '
• Uo. id Kinds street. Chicago, HL
’ |WMark roods “care Parker, Bonn A Go., Atchi
son. Kansas,** and “care Burr, Johnson A
JONES & CARTWRIGHT.
BMVEB MB MOCSTAIS CiTf,
la connection with the Chicago, BurUagton AQntaey
Railroad Company who are prepared to give through
Bins ot Lading from Chicago to Denver City *nd
J. A C. having been engaged ta the transportation
bnelneea for several jun, and transported a larja
amount of freight to
DERYER Bin AIR THE 6GLD 5E8199
Daring the past year, rapectfolly InfOra thetr Mends
and patrons that they expect to engine largely la tin
oasineea tho Mwiiwg year, and will oe prepared to r
Transport toy Amount of Freight
THAT MAY OFFER J.
IraaOna Ihonaana to-HT. Thonamd Tout
An freight bins will be require! to be settled at the
date of shipment; or cash will be required oa delivery
atpolnt us destination. • . .
Oar Agents also la St. Joseph. 8t Loals, Chisago
Eoeton, New York and ClncJnaatt will giro •
THBODGH BILLS OF LADING TO DBNTSB CITY
Oar first trains win start about the
30X11 DAT dr IFBIL,
Or as soon before aa the grass on the Plains win it
Onrtenoa wQlbamadeknown upon application to
oar office In Leavenworth, or to the offices of any ot
0 and contracts can on "WM. UABTHL
General Freight Agent ot the C. B. A Q. B. B, Co, fboi
of Booth W«er street.: •
mh29.«5154m ■ JONES A CAST WEIGHT.
; Gras, Steam Pitting
AND PLUMBING ESTABLISHMENT.
54 Laaallc Street, dulteg^i
! IAS FiXTDRES AID IBOK TDRNITDSE
PnMTICAX, PI UJKSJEIt,
And Mannfkctnrer cf
All TTlnriw of Steam VTork.
TO THE TRADES
The trade tnppbed with tools and every article In the
Go*. Steam Fining and Plumbing Bnilnesa. Be-GUd
ar and Brcndng done to order,
£y Maccfrctory 167 andl6B But Washington street,
C.- SMITH & COMPANY,
BRASS COCK MANUFACTURERS,
AND DEALERS IN
¥ROUGHT IRON PIPE,
STEAM AND GAS FITTINGS.
SHEET-COPPER, BLOCK TIN, PUMPS, &C,
Axeo—Particular attention paid to Jobbing of all
kinds connected with the Trade.
223 Washington St,, Chicago, Hl*
fStofyiatts, ©arifcart, #t.
TTARBWAEE FOR THE MIL
-1 ■ LION.—I have this day opened one of my New
Stores, st fiS Lake street, corner of State, frith a rery
extensive stock of
Hardwire, Agricultural Implements, te.,
Which I wish to sell st very small profits. All kinds
of Stomp Tall taken st highest market rates, andgood
bargains given. Having been s resident In the West
lor over thirty years, and most of the time engaged la
mercantile bUMresa. I feel confident I can give satis
faction to all who may farorme with theirpatronags.
All m* mends, former customers, and strangers are
respectfully Invited to call and see. - __
; SelMctiag Water lajestor,
FOB BTESEEDUN'GP BOILERS
Hstlet been appointed the HannCactsrerU Sole
Agents in this eecoon, for sale of above, we invite the
ssuwHon of Interested parties to tta examination, sac
erenow prepared to fin orders promptly.
WALWORTH, HU33ARP £ CO,
del7-dSB-6nt iffl. Lake street
QHICAGO LEAD WORKS,
Cor. Ctotoa and Fnlton street, West ada.
LEAD PIPE, BAR ASCD SHEET LEAD,
PIG LEAD, PUMPS AND HYDRAULIC SAMS
nr Orders from the trade solicited. Cash paid for
Old Lead and Flax Seed. P, O. Box 1686.
foS R, W. BLATCHPOBD.
QLD SACHEM BITTERS
AND WIGWAM TONIC.
OLD SACHEM BITTERS.
It Is tbe finest and best
BPBIKQ Lissicma KJCOWN.
it is ait i3»jiuLn»
Purifier and Regulator of the Blood.
IT IS A DELIGHTFUL TOHIO.
TRY IT AND IT WILL DO YOU GOOD.
For sale by EDWARD FOSTER, Wine aad moor
Merchant, lvß South Water street Chicago.
WM. GOODRICH, proprietor.
’ New Haven. Cosn.
• Prirdpsl Depot 1C Water street, N. Y. noiorsMy
JgININ G E B * S
THIS DELICIOII TONIC STIMULENT
For the 17m of the BZedlc*! Frofimb
and the Family.
BaWsr enpaseede tbe “Gins,* << Aioaaad, n
■ OcrolaL^Medlcatcd," “Sclmappa" A&, la nowea
ensaedbyjdl cf tie most prominent Pbyalalans. Oa«m
lets, sea Connoteeeum as possessing all ol tnoas tn>
tricclc taedldsal Qualities, (tonic and dliretlc) wclcb
oslcng to an olp *«> nns ors. Pat up la Quart sod
plnttottics acd told by STDraggiita, fee,
A. HI. JBININGKK * CO*
tblhbed In 173J Sou Pxonmoz*
Ko. U Broad street, K. T,
ry per tele, wholesale. In Chicago, by Hoyt A
pi H. Seed A Co, and J.S.RPnller A Co.
W. F B EE MAN,
102.- ."WASHINGTON STREET..-103
P.O. Eor SOU.
WM. ALBAUGH, DENTIST,
T T OOce and Residence Ko. S8 'W«t Rudolph
street, ftnccewor to roller * Albanghj would re*
SMctrally tnlonn the public that he may ran he found
at the old place, prepared to fire fall satisl action In
every department ox Dentistry, whether In Fttuxa,
Clzaseho. Extracting, Bboulatino or the laser*
• tion of Awotoai. Trbth. Bptffimecsof all Badi
work can be seen at hi* once. Charec* moderate.
Ms 13%1-ly. .
TJEMOYED TO No. 85 Clark-st.,
jLV Dr. FULLER has removed his Dental Office
trcm SSTTest Bsndclphetreet to NSXTlark street, orar
Mrs. Hopson's UlUlntry store, at which place be has
newly furnished an elegant suit of Boons adapted to
.his professional wantedand.where hewlll .be pleased
to see his former patrons and such other rJ*l«oa* as
wlahhhprofewlanaj wvtees. " ', r < aplisvtr
X v KnnzwOl attend to the cleansing of privy vanity
icmrvtas of (table msnare and.any onca-dye r.
Orders (Erected to CHAS. KTTKZ. Chicago P. O.Bjx
41-16« will receli e prompt altcotlga. oc-’XSta
!ft'J j i. 1 ■I- « b X j
n.BEA , r.> CON soled at:
VjT ■"--' umif *- — : ■•■=•■*•
uUiCIIjdATI. AID) CHICAGO
! AIR LIAE RAILROAD.
: Fatty-Kief tbe Shortest Itacta •£ dadasstl
Indiftnapolii and LonixyiHa.
j TWO 'RTPpitsft THAUTS-leare West Bide Utlet
i ~-Lia WITBODr CHARGE OF CABS.; • • •
. lurm CoxNxcrros&—At An<3' i rtoa and Hex.
,BiondiorPeqna, Urbsna. Dayton, Xeala, Colombo!,
sod all paint* la Centralana Eastern Oslo.
: Boonixair Coxnonoxs—At ladUnapolls fcr
:ruUs, Col ambus, Madlion,-Lawrencebnric, Jeffar*
eoßrtiie. and all point" to Central -and Boatnera is*
dlana; also for LocdSTffle,Praakftrtj Lexington, and.
tUpointi sooth, - • -•• • •
• Connections at Cincinnati-tor Hamden, Manletta.
1 and points on toe Oalo Blrer.
lime to clnttonad o&lj u honra. Elegant Sleeping
.Canon Right Train* .
LS!iSsf^iflS ke, l^U M, • B* «-eta be • obtained at aS
principal lUUrcsd Offlcaa in tna Northwest, and at tos
~jy|ICHIGAN CENTRAL RAIL
- GREAT CENTRAL ROUTE
To Now Tcrk, Kew Sngland and tin
- . Canadas, . " .
On and after Cto. tralna laava
tbe Great Central Union Depot, toot of Lake streets
4:43 A. at aH Stations, and arrives at De>
• trofiatsjo_p. m.
&OOA.H.—Usctslcg Express (except Sunday). i>
rtre atDetroit at MB p, xajt Bospeaalam
BridsecCO a. su Albany &0 p. a* Haw
York'fcMp. m.; Heston ll:»5 p.m.
BH>C P. M.—Hew York ana Boston Express (except
Saturday), arrive at Detroit fetfi a. nu
(Toronto &-B p. ql; Montreal tfcOO m.*)
' suspension Bridge or Bndalo s#) p. m.
. . -Albany B£o York £OO a. 83.
Boeton 1230 p.m. • •
&OOA.3L—Oatlnnau ftapreea (except Suday),
'■ „ _ through to Clnrisnatl fa 12 hoars.
&00 P.HL—tlnelrnatlaßdLoa?STniePxpre.« (except
[ Saturday), tUroneh to Cincinnati la It
| hoars. LoulsTtlle in U hoar*.
\S Patent Dusters sre ran D it Sx>
pros* Traits. Patent bleeping Cara on Hlgbt Trains,
Baffffaff® Chocked XLroo^h*
• THROUGH TICKETS for sale, la aH crtndpal lUH
rosd Offlceo In the West, at the General Oftce. corner
fake andDearbcrn etreets (onder the Treznont Honse)
Chicago, and at toe Depot.
: R. N. BICE. General Soperlatendeat.
. J.Q. A.BEAH, W«suxa Fasseoser Agent. . my S
CHICAGO AND NORTHWEST
\J „ _ Erar.KAILWAT, 1
' For BocWcrt, Beloit rreenprt, Janesville. Galena,
Vadlson, Pralna da Chfen; Bocddu Lat thhiosh.
Green Bay, Berlin. Blpon. La Croasa, St. JPau 6c.,
ud after Wednesday, Slay SO, 1861, trains wH
"S! 0 A t lL; F,gtt *®<> K
duChien and La with steam art
force. Paul, 6c. • *
Way PiMger StSO P, K. tor Juesvme.
. Trains arrive AdOA. it: 12:»a P. F.H
B. Px Witt POBorsoy. Gee. Ticket Agent. oeiny
On and after Senear, April U. ISSLtralna will lean
tha Great Central Depot, foot of Lake and South
&SO A. E, (Sundavs excepted) arrtvtag at Deeatux
258 P. M- Bprtngfleld 450 RAL. St. Looli
750 P.it, Cairo 10:45 P.M. Memphis
050 A. iL, (next day,) Now. Orleans In A
honrs from Chicago.
850 P.M. I Saturdays excepted) arriving at Decatat
2:40 A-M-fiprlagfldd 450 A. If, Quinsy
' 1050 A/sL, Stlouls &0O A. iL.Cairo
10:15 A. M- Memphis 9 F. M., next dir
' New Orleans In *» buora from Chicago.
: On Saturdays an Accommodation Train vuToe ms
as fbra* Urbans, leaving at 650 P.M.
J Ttronpb tickets, • to all Important potat* South asd
Southwest, for sale at tba odea of tbe Company In tbs
Great Central Depot.
* HYDE FARE AND WOOD LAWK.
Trains 'Will leave Chicago: Leave Wood Lawn:
2:40 UL L»3 p. Ml
IfcftlP.M. 7n< P. 5T
•, « „ w. R. ARTHUR, Gen, 3apt
W.P. JOHNSON. Gen. Passenger Ag'L.
/CHICAGO AND MILWAUKEE
For Milwaukee, 1a Crosse, St, Paul
Oibkoihr Berlin, and lateral©*
On and after' Wednesday, Hay STb, ISH. Passenger
trains will leave tbe Depot, corner of Ww Rm«i« and
Canal streets (Sundays excepted, as fallows:
8:00 A.M. and 8:00 P.M, and arrive at Milwaukee
at 1155 A. M. and 1155 P. M.
Pas»«nt cr train arrives at Chicago at 1:50 P. 1L and
WAUKEGAN ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves
Chicago at 550 P. It, and arrives at Chicago at H:4l
A. 11. B. C. BALDWIN.
my Sol . Superintendent.
1 Qftl SPRING AND STOUIKB
Michigan Sonihern 4 Like Shore
On and after Sunday; April U, and until further no.
tice, trains will UaveChicago asfolLwa:
0.00 A. M_ Daily errept Sunday, reaches Tolodc
. vlii Old Liao 135 P. M.
NswTosxxjtd Boston Eznxss;
B.CO A. M- Dally except Sunday, reaches Telsda
• • via Air Line at L& P. mT^
8.00 F.M* Dally except Saturday/ reaches Toln
.do via Old Read at 4AO A. M.
0.00 A. it, Dally except Sur.day, reaches DrtroS
via old Line at 6AO P.M.
8.00 P.M. Daily except Saturday, reaches De
troll at 745 A.M.
PTirsirrscß anp PHrLxnzLKUA Rt?bihw tt, Toua
po asp CumASD:
8.00 A. it, l Makes close connections at Clere
Vlaad/ttoe always as quick, and fire
8.00 P. M,} always aa low aa any otter route.
All tr.e above trains make regular connections tc
Dunkirk. Budalo, Magsra Falls, Albanv. New York
Bcetcn, PbUaocirblajjsaltl'nore.&adailpslnts Bast
f alltbnry*s Patent Dusters used on all tralna. •
Luxurious new Sleeping Coaches, with allmodara
improvements used only on this and all eonnectlsa
Thrcceh Tickets can be obtained at the
Office, So Clark street, under tbe Sherman House, ok
at tbe Depot corner ofVanßuren and Sherman its.
JOB* D. CAMPBELL, GKO. M. GRAY,
Gen'l Toledo. O. Goal Western Agt,
PITTSBURGH* FT. WAYNE *
PopenrerTrmla* leave the Depot, comer of UadV
■on tod Canal streets, Chicago dally at
SJLS. Fort Wayne AcconmoditJoo,
7:30 xat, except Sunday*, and at
8 f, a, except Saturday*
70S BOSTOiV, HEW TORE, PHTT.iriET.PgTt.
Harrisburg & Pittsburg;
AI»C—FOR ALBAFT. BUFFALO. DUFEZHB
CLSYKLAJvD cm.mrans, r.nrraw. .
A* < *ll Intermediate Stations between Chicago tad
the cities above named.
Trains leaveastcllowa:—7:lO A. K. and 7:19 P.M
FVWajne Accommodation aCSHIOA. M.
e. etjarg tar* on elect train*. and by tat*
rente cheeked taro nan to *ll Eastern Cities.
Tickets for sale at the principal Ticket Offices la tbs
Weft. at the Company’* Office, corn erof Randolph aae
Dearborn streets, and at tbe union Depot, West Bids
D. W. BOSS. Weafn Pass. Aceat.
P. F. PATRICK. Ticket Agent.
ALENA & CHICAGO UNION
On acd after Monday, April nth, train* «n
leave Weils street depot safDUov'sSondaya excepted?
9.11 A.M. aid 9.13 I*, ill for Beividtro,
Freeport, Warrrn, Galena, Doolelth. Dnbcqce, and is,
tennedlatepoints; 9.18 A. M. and 9.30 P. M~ fa
Dizon, Polo, Fallen, Cedar Rapids, sad Intermediate
intermediate points; 5.30 P. M-forGeneraandlnter.
mediate points. Paasenyen (or Beloit and J&sesrilic
will take tbe 9.1 A A. M. train. Paiseneers for CrpsW
Lake. McHenry, Richmond. Gensra Cake sad later
mediate points, will take the4ooA. H. Crain.
Seeping Can on nteht trains.
&.M. winJfLßß.Oen.FaaaacnerAg’t jyl
pHICAGO & ROCK ISLAND
RAILROAD LlNE.—Foasauger trains depart
tr od and arrive at Chlcaro a* follows:
DayEx rcss andMallleave at94)OA.M,aadartlTl
at 6.3** y. U.Sundays excepted. _
Nlcbt Express leaves at fcOOP. IC, Saturday* e»
eepted • arm* at 6.1 ft A, SL. Monday* excepted.
Joliet AccommodationßMP.M..Sundays ezcspt
ed. JOHN F. TRACT, Gen. SupL
yr. L. St. Jogy. GecT Agent del
QHICAGO. BURLINGTON &
wester Trains leave and arrive at Chicago as tot
lows;—iftll Haves at fcoo a.** (Sundays excepted)
arrives at LXC p. (Sundays exceptedj Kxpress
leaves at &<5 p. jl. (Saturdays excepted), arrives at
715 a. it.(Mosdayaexceptedl) Aurora Aceonmoda.
tlon leaves at 4:0. p. it* (Sundays excepted), arrives
G. c» hamvqsp, BapX
PTHS? PENNSYLVANIA GEN.
;A TBAL BAILBOAD,
3M) UUaBS OOUBLS TBACK.
The capacity oi this Beal Is aowoQnil to any lath*
Sferss Tiiroiuli Fssunxer Trains
Beween Pittsburgh sod Philadelphia,
Connecting •'aect In the union Depot, at Pittsburgh
v»iu»'Throa.t'lrelts tres all ‘Western CUle* for FnQa.
delrhla.lfcw Yort,Boelcn.Baltimoreand TTsahlngtOf
City: thus irrciaMng faculties (or the trsusportatm*
orrwengers unsurpassed for speed andoomionb*
ant other route.
Expressed Feet lines run through to RdladelpMs
&rc htcr Con or* attached to each tram; Woodntffil
FleeplncCars to Express end FastTralna. The Bx.
tmfrrjA dolly,Mol! and Fast Lise Sunders excepted
Ttees daily trains oeaoect direct for Now York. Hz.
press and Fast Lins connect ftr Baltimore ana Wash*
ARTbrcnrh Fusesger Tralna provided with Lough
b!dste‘* Fuant Brans—speed under perfectcontrola
thessgiseer. thus adding mack to the i«inj of A
Six Daily Trstna bet wees FhOadsTphls and New
Task; twoDadyTralr* between New York and Bos
lea.* Through Tickets, all roll, are good ox either •
Boat Tickets te> Boston are good via Norwich, FaC
Elver, or Btoslngtcn lines. Boston passengers tne*
fnyea free of charge through New York.
Tickets ssy be obtained st any of the important
BsOzoadClllLSSlo (be Wests also on booed any of th«
regular Use of Steamers on the UlsslaalpptorOhle
Emit; sad st the office or the Company In Boston
New York, Boldcors, or FbUadelpUa.
gßTFxxe Always as Low uj Tna as Quick At
VitAJi* m w wnj
ASK FOB TICKETS B7 PITTBBUB9H,
Xju completion of the Waters romectfois of St
DULZbT USE BETWEEN THE EAST iSD TSJ
Tbeeocneearg of tracks by tbs RaCrotd Bridget
Pittsburgh, avoiding all Orange or ferriage ofFrughl
together with the saving of time, a re advantagesreadl.
ly by Shippers of Freight. and Urn Traysl*
~ V. A. BTBWABX Pltttfmrgh:
H. a. Piece * Co,. Zanesville, 0.; 7. J. Johns**,
McHeeley, ManrfflvKy.; Omubyi
Cropper, Pommcuth. O.; Paddock <fc Co., Jefferson.
vQtelnG.: H. W. Brown* Co-- ClodMttt; Atben *
Hlblert, Qnclsnatl; K. C. Mcldnnn, Madison. InJ.
Joi Lonjartlle; P. Q. Q-Rneyft
vtUeTlnd,; K.W. Graham * Cd„Cairo,EL; R. F.
-Baee,dialer i Gliis.BLLouls; JoanH.Hams, Nash*
vide, Teac.; Harris A Hunt. Metaafrla, Term.»
A Co« CtJcaeo; H. XL £ooot£ AltoaTilL: or to
PreJ|St Agents of BaLroads at different points ta the
Eh? Qrflcteit JTadlltie* ofltopd to tht Prato*
Sixa and Crgc-dy Traagortatica ef
tarailcg la chargettaroct
Warded to and fttna PMladehitlfl, Kew Tort Bos£*t
cr Baltimore, to and from any point on the Ballroadi
• of OWo, Kectncky. Indian*, Dbacfa, Wisconsin, lowa,
crJCsronil, by railroad direct.
The PencFmanla Railroad also connects at PBtg.
burgh vriUi Reamers, by which Gocda can be Cmrsxd*
ed to any .pert oo tbs OMo. Hsakfegam, Kentucky,
Tcanewee, Cumberland. Ennota. Wtacaa.
stn. Ulfttnoi Kastea. askacs*s and Bed UTtn; and
; at Clerelind, Eanduity and Chicago vrtth. Steamer to
Merchants and Shipper* entrnatlngtbetraaspoetßOfle
cftjieirtreigbtstothls Compaayicfa rely with cos*.
Kt« o^rr&lwto'and too any petal la tM
Wert by Uie Fosenrenla EaCroad, are «tall times at
I Sen, :-.
ENOCH LEWIS flenTgrr-l- Alto • t
idffif - —BUFFALO z AND
J.OO-1* L&SB EU3OK B&ILWATv-atort«|
asdheet tmte to BoCslo and other Eastern cltfes.
Train leavtoe Chicago *tT.4» P. M_ Detroit at
A.K, an iresat BuSalo at 4JO fCXt, Sew Torfcat
9.TOA,M_ Brsmn at x*ai Hew
7orV Central at Boitalo and .Hew York «Brta tnlna
aclrr Fart. Tkinls via tHa Road eu be obtained
ttU'Fplco T»erot R3. CARTBB.Gen*Lliaiarer:
A- JHLL. Tmic Sap'L. ScJalo ~vw*eijy
! s|j J*
- ANtt • SI. LOUIS'
■\j RAILROAD USMJ “ ' '
I Two ExpretoTnlrs tear# West SdaUnlaw Depot
l fi Day Express end Uaflat&Qfti* d*HT* (except
*«S? •* •=“® i- H-ml T«0
B Miff SSSSn2«eoBB»aKI«B. uttra* «
[ff'OK LAKE SUPERIOR.—THB
LC -; . - ■ raomioß “T
I For Forts on Labe Superior.?
For Freight orFaasage, apply to A, HAKTKT A COw
Stt and Sfl Sooth Wateratmt, or to Capt,
CHILDS, on bgart. my<ona3m .
r£ H B W E S_T E R IST
x o e i.
Bsrfce made urangemcnta to run their T jV f Steen
Prcvellers oa kltemtft dftjß ortht
NEW YORK CENTRAL
I Michigan Central Bolfresdi,
JTtnnhertrr T) first elan ftatneh and ttroajrrtemwi
cc waller to the mercucle ud commercial mmia '
the foUowlrjc evident!* superior CecUlc** far rtetrane*
pcnptlon oiaerchaadlfte ud prodace to tad from
Teas tern* ‘Western, Northern ud Southwestern State*.
The Company** unequalled CANAL ftcOlttM.cS
mtlEXor . "»<w—
180 Canal Boata,
Of the largest Claes, fix ofwWrt leave TTcwTor* and
Buffalo <uUr. cannertlng at Buffalo with the following
Prcpeßer lino. eoableait t.' offtr merchants udahl»
pen superior Inducements for their patronage.
TBS W33ZTBBIT BZFBSBB,
(Owned aad operated hr this Company) win ran over
the New Tort Central Eailrcad to Bosilo. counscffog
with the Tartoof Railroads leading West, ud with the
following Hass of Propellers oa tae Upper and Lower
i The Upper Inhe line Daily*
If.T.Ox&nmsa. S. C.Jb C.Lrrz Stuxim.
Tonamadt) . FouUla City,
> Evergreen dCy,
May Flower, Chicago.
Leering the dock at Erie Basts and fact of VeM*
ptfßff apply at the western Transportation CnlcaL,
Erie Batin. and tee Buffalo. Clrrelasd. and QUcaco
line Office, loot of Michigan street -
The SJtfroii}tins JiaV.tf,
Via Scrth Siora Direct.
TT. T. Co. STSUCEtS.
W.T. Co. EisJLMEia.
Leaving the dock. Erie Bartn, ever* at t
For freight or passage apply'at taa Compa-
Office, Frle Twin.
Toledo, Sandusky and SSreen
Leaving tbe dock at Erie Basin at 7 o’clock P. M. For
SS&'S&ISStff 11 «»«■
Cleveland and Brie Sine,
W. T. Co. BtxsMzsa.
Leaving Erie Basin at 7 o'clock P.M. ForfreJgbtor
passage apply to T. D. DOLE, A gent foot ot Michigan,
street ana at tbe W. T. CoS Office. Erie naa>«,
For bills lading and contracts by Canal or Railroad
apply to tbe following Agents :
EVERETT CLAPP, Agent.No. ICoentlei SDp, New
HUGH ALLEN, Freight Agent. No. 1. Coentles Slip,
A, n. PETFIS, Frit Agent. 9 Aitor Homo, N. Tor*.
A. COLSON, • “ ** “ - **
S. G. chase. Agent xa Pier, Albany. N. T.
». U.CRASR Axrnt 151 Blver»tteet,Troy,N.T.
H A. GKISWOLD. Freight Agent UX Hirer street
Trey, N. Y.
J J. HU ED A CO. Hard's Deck; Detroit ICch.
J. J.TALLMADOR, Agent Mississippi and Pratrfg
Dn ChlieKnllroad Dock. Milwaukee.
W. F. HURD. FrelgbtAgent Boston. Mass.
JNO. ALLEN, Jr., Pm.
v,ti«ftwy Erie vut, BulMflu
BOND A BFENCER Cleveland Ohlou
DFNNISON B. SMITH A CO, Toledo, OtdO.
J. W. OSBO RN, Sandusky. Oblo.
JOHN HEARN A CO- Erie. Pa.
DUTTON A RAYMOND. Racine. Wla.
KENOSHA PliRCOj, Kenosha, Wls.
W. P. WRIGHT A CO . Waukegan, In.
J. F. KIBBJAND. Bbciboj
HZOIZ2COICD & TTTTTIiS, Affoats.
ap*A4s7Sm ■ Foot of State steeet Chicago.
HORTHERJI TBAJtSrORTITIOS CO.
mil dnrtex the preaeatanraß, run theirßaa of
FIRST CLASS SCREW STEAMERS’
egdenaburslu Cape Vtseent, Onrexo*
ud the Upper Lakes,
For Cleveland, Ssndaaky, Toledo and Detroit, and
To and from Chicago, MDwaokee, and latennedMe
Ccanecttoje with the Raflrcada henmra Ogden*-
fcnrch and Boston. Lowell, Lawrence, Kashas, Uu>
Chester, Cccccrd. Worcester. Fltchburgli, Keene. Bel.
lows Falla. BnUand, Burlington, aad other Interns.
At Cape Vincent with the Watertown and Boms Bali
**Ami at Oswego with tbs New Oswego Line of Cazufl
Boats between o‘wego, Troy, Albany and New Tort
iar Through trelghta subject to but one tranahl*.
Connecting at Chicago wtth tha several Lines of
Baliroads to the Sooth and West.
AQSKTS AND CONSIGNEES.
J. Mties, ?«>. 191 Broa't'way.Ncw Tortc,
J. Ik WiEm, No S Counties Slip. New fork.
Jofor II ocx uco. So. 9s BUta atreetßoatan.
O. L. Tnotpsox. S. T.
J.&LCBJkirauiLur. Ogdenshorjfc, N, Y.
6XO. A. tDDT.Oawego, S. T.
Ckxwtokd A llottt. Oawezo, N. T.
Wixxsx ft XlxTxs. Toledo, Oaia,
0. J.Balx, Milwaukee, wto.
Tatios. MnnuT ft Co- Bafrfse, Ifli,
Ptltow ft Bmnro, ClaTelaad.
MATHER ft CO„ Chicago.
Tg UFF AL O, CHICAGO
Lske Haroc Railroad Line.
SBiPPEBt SI PB3BSCE AIS SEHiHASSUE
TAKE NOTICE I
IhcTuFalo and Lake Enron Rail way Curupany
tavtcg completed their arrangamena (braTtl-Weeoy
2Jn *1 Stiew gutaem
BCSTHB, —6BO teu.—Opt Dlskioa,
KDHH, H8 toai.—Capt. L. Hurt,
ÜBIOKAQCH,—SST t0c«....C15it8. Wilkinf,
BUB, 648 tm....Capt. Jean,
To run betwees CHICAGO and GODBRIca; C, w,
CTOrcHdQ AT ALL titmwbmti TOOTaJ ttt direct
connection with the
BUFFALO 4c LAKE HURON B.
For Buffalo oad at Buffalo with the NEW TOSS 4
KBDC K- £. fer New York end Boston, and st Utrat*
(Old. C.W_Vfilh the GRAND TRUNK R.R. of Canada;
for Toronto, Kingston. Ugdeasbargh. Montreal, Fort
laud and Boston, and also with steam era, daXLT. (Tom
Fart Dalboaale, for Rochester, Oswego, Baeketta Hoi*
bor. Cape Vincent, Ogdcnsburgh, Kington and Men.
treal. offering superior InducementsTbr the speedy
transportation of any and all property comuilttod ta
BT Shippers from tteXsitlbr Lake WcMgaa porta
wulCcdlt to their Interest to ship by thlvliiia, being
more railroad and lesswatertbau any other Qua and
a saving ol Oso-Eoli Insaraaco ana (run S to d
TO SHIFFEBS OF FBODVCE.
Time and Insurance Saved
CHICAGO, PORT SARNIA
And Gt. Western Railway Line.
Bailable and ample arrangements *rtte fa*»p«v
tattonotGßAlK and property of aU kleda rUtWa
rente by flntclaaa ynoy»tr.K«s *od gan> Ynme
frrrm Cucaeo to Sarnia. Quat WmIICT Railwt
from Sarnia to Hamilton and forests, and flnt-elaaa
Propellers and Sail VeaMla dally from Hamflton to
Oswesok Montreal and all American and . Canadian
PtrtttmlJte tottrlo. asking this a most AedraM*
rente Itr tna iblpment of Prodoca.
lane «adLuoance win bales by thfathaa
by any other Lbu,
As the entire distance and danger of navigation via
..•gt Clair Plata” and “Lake Brie” la saved.
For Freight or Faasazn apply to A. B» GOQDBZCS^
7 and 8 El«er street, or to
a FAiiniflyomAtgto.w.Mwy; ._
syl-eCS6-Rm Corner Lake and Bearbora straett.'
T ABGSST WHOLESALE
I J - EOUS2 ET
Slosksl Isskmaests ud Striae
| JULIUS BAUER,
1 99 flkmtk duk Street, Ohletf*,
Vaxnftctmer and Importer ef Musical laatncnssti
and Strtnja havtnc cosaeetkn with sssauftetartas
homes la Berlin. Wpde, Dresden. Ragland oad Paris*
la prepared to fonUah Deafen. Banda and indtvUaal*
wah every article ta their Una,
|AT THE UVEST HEW Till PIWEL
OGSdaSJy JULIUS, BAUHL
DRUMS AND BRASS INSTRUMENTS,
• W B»*A Clufc Stroat, ChlMt. .
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