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1‘ have this day formed
f-hi-ii i'oriifrsli’i*, of which Otto
■>-ral partner ani Andrew
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, -;;t o‘ Cnicaso, end State of
-i -mt f.c>w Schaller, as the special
i 7 .Ta of tree thousand
;. ? firm, that the
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'•« ••/ u:‘ ?i-.i i’srtncrihlp Is to bo
c-rr" »:•-twites In the City ofCcl*
*u- ;f ■•1 i’-Tr-'W S'haUerTCaln e 6 in the
i- f--t /■; H:ce. ;iOO state of Illinois.
““ ■ ' -jITO MOrSCHLECHNEa,
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tr. liitcneys.
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■iiAL INSTRUMENTS,
JTLICS BAUER,
tLo-rFiCtrEZK o*
IS IHQ BRASS
lA'fiTRUJCEarTfi,
lovtb Clark Street*...
rrv.f Itrrrtr; of Mrelcal Instruments
rcsn’ itloa with, manufacturing
ik-. i-re.dcu,EnglandimdPons,
exzr- i*-,ii-r*, Banda and Individuals
uae.
ilms Hew Fork Prices.
a • Poet Office Box 3404.
ia o v a l .
ijmsos HIGGIKS
‘-2 dec* cf Musical Xastnuncnla and
ijifion, between Clark and
"Hhington Street*.
J ! '« to r*c?ivc the oatronage cf his old
-tfe-ttwo;:e3. ills rent being greatly
t'siccv oi being able to sell good*
a these hard times ia very de-
JV-G'a War Benz, price 55
■•a.* <r,-r i-ttiri Uc pieces Catalogues
l uruera filled promptly,
X JUBSON HIGGINS,
fij Washington street.
a - :tOj jTttts.
FURS! FURS!—
**■ hexizog,
Furriers and ficalm la
L AP:. AY It FURS,
v’oias stoat ot
;• •wr;..™ 3 ’ 1 £ther houses In the
u. "pate for the coM Kagoa.
h vat s.ock baf.,ro Dav£g
'-■S'S os FCES SSATLT DOSE.
C- ‘s*’" ' n ,i r-ier.
iielzog. IS2 Luke street
AMERICAN
a;;d
bay company’s
fTJBS.
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f-r, bfcM.il32a.Fo3t
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,?r s sairl IVlanxi£actuT*ers,
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Caicago, in,
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©fits a
CRAKE A BROTHER,
“4 Oii.cn In sin dfscrip-
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'* h eresT •variety of FiWnzs for thRR?~n
-■ and Boiler Flaw. Steam md
Power aadHanaPumpa, ttater
E AKO HOT WAXES APPARATUS,
Hotels, Factories, CHurcbes
i£. P«ticDlar arentlon pivea to email
w. Castings end Babbit MetaL
£ ire WEST LAKE-ST., CHICAGO.
; CIIELL Sc ZAHM,
kiNTPACTUMRS OP
CANDIES AND SOAPS,
WOOIi, PELTS AND SEEDS
state rtiect and Archer Bj&d.
1 1 Ixlrtie street, Chicago, 111.
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“ * 10 Ittwer St., Chicago.
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its Xollowlßz sizes of printing
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klt # p2.>*^ e r.»adt geneiul MBortment
S.-‘ii.->,v~v r , Stationery.
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lowmt poi
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iti(sa GLUE works.—
sum papbs,
ls*bs» BONBfIURCRE,
LfcttS? *****, Block.)
H^l^ 7 Jv A «tewiTe Gloe Factory of
the trade mad coa
-0)1, Sand Faper, Bone-
Store. COSovth Wells
and ship
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IS S QTJ fiIMOHIY
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■JItLEGRAPHIC EXCHANGE
On Hww Tork,
FOB UU By IXOBy copo,
tIS-caufm TelegcapMebeire
TO LOAN ON
cmr««« cm nonsTi)
“ SWiSHS*® mjwa ■*«“” i<« ™n« <x
IfOK MONET TO LOAN
A On Beal tests Becnrttlenn coot sad sdlolalu
Coosttet, apply to
ERNST TRUSSING,
H«lw )■ Ferrig* EHkugt, Hn«| ui ted
Watttnkw.
A.6EFT FOR THB BRITIBH OOHMBBCUL LCT
IKEUKAKCZ GO, AMD VOTARY PUBLIC.
RO. • LiBHOR BLOCK,
»ei«4y K. E. cor. Clark andWaahlngton streets.
Hanking ana lircfiattge
RANKING OFFICE OF
J. T. VAN YLECK,
No. 4 Broad street, (one door from 'Wall,) \
Naw Yobs, Oct. otu, itfil,)
PATRIOTIC LOAN.
$500,000 of the new? ?o.lfio United States Loan for
»tue In turns of SSO, sl®\ $1,070 and f 5,000 Notes, with
the coupons or Interest warrants accompanying each
note, and now read; for delivery upon the receipt of
remittance.
The Notes wUlhe enclosed end sent forward as di
rected and no charge made.
|*r Iwintabeslxpercenttwo year United States
Treasury Notes at par in exchange for the 7 810, and
can supply either large or small amounts.
Refersto H.A.Tatter* Co, Chicago, 111-
OCa.-g9l9.Cm J. T. VAN YLECK.
gA-NKIHG HOUSE OF
c. B. BLAIR,
Exchange Bank Building,
Comer cf Lake and Clark Streets,
A Eeneral Banking hntiness transacted.
Exchange on the East hought and sold. scaA-gTOl*®®
gANKINS, EXCHANGE
—AND
Collection Office,
BUEKAM & SONS,
17 Dearborn street, Chicago,
3TEE.OJ & SONS, T. O. BUKKAX A CO„
CHICAGO. ODrCDiKATI, O.
A EDITOR'S OFFICE, State of
Xi Illinois.
THE UNION BANK,
BENTON,
Fee this dav tiled In this office a notree of the appclnt
znent of K. K. WILLARD A CO., Agents for the re
demption cf Its circulating notes, pursuant to the pro.
-visions of Article Two (2) of an act amerdatory of
the General Banking Law* approved February 14th,
1561. JKSSE K. DUBOIS.
Auditor Public Accounts.
Tlie Union BuJr, Benton, Is amply
ftccturcd_ by minds and New ITork
Stocks, and will be redeemed by ns
as above*
E. K. WILL4RD & CO.,
oc2i gpag-im
Comer Lake and Clark street
HOUSE OF
CHAPIN, UHEELEB & CO.,
Comer Lake and Latalle streets....... - .Chicago, 111.
Collection* made and remitted for on day of pay.
meat at current rate of Exchange. Exchange on New
Fork for sale in sums to suit aaag-gS934?m
4 IEEN & KORTON,
iA BANKERS AND DEALERS IN EXCHANGE,
No. 1 Board of Trade Buildlnsi,
South Watjls btbbei; Chicago.
CcllectioDs made In all the principal cities in the
Units: d State*. Ja7-ly
ISETT & BREWSTER,
JL BANKERS AND DRALSRS IN
Exchange, Bank Notes and Coin,
MTJ&CATiirB, lowa.
rartJcular attettJsn given to Collection* through
out lowa. Frocefda of Cltv Collection* Remitted os
day cf paymeat, at current rates oi Exchange.
RET-SBaacxai—E&nkofNorru Atnecca, New York;
Clark. Dodge A Co M New York; Gntsita Bank, Boston;
Svetce.r, VOX A Co, Boston; Work, McConcb a Co,
Pailadtiphla; Bullitt & fairthome, Philadelphia; A
StnrpcS * Sons, Chicsgo; D B. Holu Cashier, do.; F.
Granger Admin, dO4 Clark Bros. 6 Co., St. Lculs.
T. M. tatt&cso&saal W.C.Bb»wst*b
ILLINOIS SAVINGS’ INSTTTU-
A TiOS
HI THE CITY OF CHISAIB
bu»if«*M Febraarv, 1867.
Office UK * 108 Wuhingtoa itreefc
Tbli IcstitaUon receives deposits in Gold, Silver and
the Bills of Specie-paying Banks of
?rra oanrae an© upwari^,
from nil classes o '"'enoss, including minors and
married women, an allows Interest at the rate 0
SIX PXB CENT. FEB ANNUM.
Dividends payable on the fire* Monday of January
ana July. - -Office open daily during the usual hour* oi
tmslneaa, and on Tuesday and Saturday evenln£S un
til 9 o’clock. JOHN C. RAINES, .president
N.B. XIDDBB. Cashier. ielo*sl-ly_
JJAVEMPO'KT. OLLMAIOf *
Bankers tud Dealers in Exchange^
BANK. HOTSb, GOLD. SILVER, AO.
. Ho. S Clar Street. Chicago. Dliaola.
faulS’SO-lyl
DANK OF AMERICA—PubIic
U Notice Is hereby given, that all Bills or Circa-
Notes oi the ,
S< BANK OP AMERICA,”
Heretofore incorporated and doing 'buelues* in |he
city of Chiosgo, under the general hanking laws of
the State of Dllnol*, must be pre ented for paymentto
the Auditor of Public Accounts of said State, atbfa
office,tn the city of Springfield, within three yean
from the date bereoL orthe funds deposited for the
redemption cf said note*, will be given up to said
Back.
Dated this actfc day of Ma? A.D. lost.
GEO. SMITH, President.
E. yr. Whlaj®. Cashier, jy35«233-to-jei-6«
£hucationol.
XT'!! UC ATE YOUR SONS AND
lui daughter* at the Aurora
cays expenses fourteen weeks. Superior advantages
are offered In both eolld and ornamental branches
winter Term opens December ftiu. Send for a circa*
Isr. G, W, QUEKKAU. Principal,
oc3o-h22.lwd-stw Aurora, Illinois.
TILINOIS SCHOOL OF TRADE,
Jl Comer Lake and Lasalle streets.
BON. E. P. FERRY, President—established 1855 J.
’ * ‘DYfiKENFURTa. Principal.'
Bp Pines* hours from SAM to 12 M.: from 8 P. M. to
iP. JL, and from 7F.U.t010 P. H. The evening stu
dies commence October IMb, sad continue for six
months. Life Scholarships |2% pavable in advance.
For Circulars apply at thcColle.e Rooms or by letter
to the Principal A PREPARATORY CLASS FOR
COTS h&s beem added to the Collage, where they are
iLetiucted in Aritaniattc, Writing, Grammar. Corro
-6v oi deice, Practical History and Geography, German
snd French. In this class they ore thoroughly fitted
to enterlhe School of Trade. Boys' Idle Scholarships
embracing both Department?. 736. payable in advance,
ocldzlm
Y LIBERAL EDUCATION with
MILITARY IRSTRICTiBR ARD DRILL.
WESTERN UfilOH COLLEGS hag beenlocatcdat
F OLIOS, ILL . and will open Primary Academic
sbu Collegiate Contact, on Sept. ISch. ISoL. The Col.
lege has twelve experienced teachers, th rough ap.
T-rinin>ea»a and ezcc-Hert apphaeces, Vth regular
and tclenliflc course* thefirest school oallamgs In
the West, (cos tsUo,<-t0). ample ard attractive grounds,
a Cue Gjmuarium. and cany oriiei which
should cla'm the attention of parents. Imtmctlon In
German tree: also, in Artxllbbt Infantry and
Hxfls Tactics, Sword. Batonat and Gymnastic
Exxrcibxs. Common Zouavk asdFahot Drill un
d*tr an officer of United States *rmy. Students drees
m uniform. Tmns\7s per rchool year for board,
fumit-hed room, tael, lights washing and tuition la
every department. Excellent accommodations lor
S0 > boarders, under the same rooi with and the con
stant care ox the teachers. Address for Circulars D.
A COVKRf, Preridmt Fulton. lIL te*-gao7-8m
Hafej Sreugpnnanim
THE
WESTERS TRANSPORTATION C©.
ABD
WESTERN EXPRESS.
1861.
TRANSPORTATION com-
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M lOT « wteniate dan with those of the
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a i ssw« 0 -^'issa , Bsisaf iZSu
136 Canal Boats,
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THE WESTERN EXPRESS,
The Upper Ink* Line Dally.
W. T. Co. Steamers. AC.* c. Line steamer*.
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FEES STATE, WENONA,
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lioßßOim fc TUTTia, Agents,
poet of Stale atrsehfiHcee*.
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. We have reerivedthefiiEt number of the
ZmiaveOarOktfl/ielWSqfamtlUinolt Tot
iinters, published atEUsibethtown,Keatucky,
the present hbsdtjuirtcrsofthftt regiment.
It is edited byWilliapiß.Bedfleld, andlffman.
Bridges, the architect, both of this city. We
find many items in the Gazette which we «Mnh
win proveof interest to onr readers and* we
make liberal extracts;
Fining the Boumeesl—CoL Tarchin has
issued a general order imposing fines upon
soldiers, who absent themselves from Camp
without leave. fie says in his order that the
soldiers enlisted to serve their country, and
are paid for. that, service, and if they neg
lect their business, they must loose their
wages, the same aa any other of
men. The following are the penalties
fixed; “Those who are absent with
out leave from the camp, whether there
are guards around or not, will be fined one
third of their monthly wages, the second time
be fined two-thirds of their wages, and If the
third time, all their monthly wages; after
that they will be court-martialed and dram
med out of the regiment, besides being pub
lished through the whole State of Illinois.
Non-commissioned officers will not be exempt
from fines, and the sentinels, if the guard is
mounted, who pass the men outride without
Itave of absence, will be fined the same way.
These fines will constitute a regimental fund,
or a fund to help families of lolled or wound
ed soldiers.”
A. Welcome Visitoe.—D. S. Moody, tie
earnest and faithful superintendent of the
North Market Hall Sunday School, and Mis
sionary of the Young Men’s Christian Asso
ciation of this city, having been invited by
the Chaplain of the Begiment to visit them,
arrived at their headquarters, Lebanon Junc
tion, Ky., on Wednesday, the 33d nit., and
since that time has been laboring day and
night in distributing books, papers, tracts,
hymn hooks, Ac, Many of the hoys have
signed the temperance pledge and commenced
to lead a different life.
s Promotions.—Tho following promotions
have been made by » general order from the
Colonel:
Until farther orders lieut. J. B. Madison will
act as Ist Lieutenant of Company I, and Sergeant
Wm. Quinton as 2d Lihutcnant of Company 17 Tice
Lieut. 3, fi. Had icon promoted. Sergeant Wm.
R. Calhoun, 6f Co. A, will act as 2d Lieutenant of
Co. I>, vice D. A. Cunningham, resigned. 2d
Lieutenant Cornelius V. Lamberson will act as Ist
Lieutenant of Company K, vice Lieutenant
Charles H. Sheply promoted. Sergeant Major V.
Bradford Cell, 2d Lieutenant of Co. E, Tice
Lamberson promoted. Private James Steward of
Co A is hereby promoted to a Sergeant, vice G.
W. Bishop promoted. Corporal Wm. H. Wildey,
of Co. A, promoted as Sergeant, viceWm. Wm.
A. Calhoun promoted. Until further orders.
Lieut. Lyman Bridges will assume command of
Co. G.
The Bearded "Woman.— The Gazelle says
tlie “ Bearded Woman,” who used to be In
Chicago on exhibition, is now engaged in the
business of selling pies to the hungry soldiers
in the camp of the 19ih.
Union Meeting. —A grand Union meeting
and free baibacne was held at the Church In
Elizabethtown, near the headquarters of the
19th, on Saturday last. A number of good
speeches were made and CoL Turchin's band
gave them some excellent music.
Presentation.— On Sunday morning, Lieut.
William Quinton, of Co. I, was made the re
cipient of a beautiful full dress uniform, from
the officers and members of Co. C, of which
company the gallant Lieutenant was formerly
Orderly Sergeant. The presentation speech
was made by Lieut. Wm. Innis, and answered
in a very modest manner by the recipient.
Dress Farads.—The dress parade on Sat
urday alttrnoon was a credit to the noble
Nineteenth, and we are happy to leom that
a regular army officer-who was present was
surprised at the efficiency of drill displayed,
staling, that even in the armyof the Potomac
(Gen. McClellan's) he had not witnessed mere
perfect drill and discipline.
Acknowledgement.— The tbankß of the
members of the 19uh regiment are due to
Mrs. L. P. Hilliard, of Wabaah Avenue, Chi
c?go, HI., far jellies, bandages, &c., received;
also to numerous o>her citizens for courtesies
extended.
A Capture. —Two members of the Nine
teenth, one a held officer and the other a “high
private,'* were out prospecting for a camp on
Wednesday last. Having 1 heard that there
was a secession Sag at a house some three
miles from town, they started for it and cap
tured the flag, which contained two redetripes
but u nary ” blue in it, and in turn the young
gentlemen were captured by two young la
dies, who inveigled them into s snare, from
which they escaped next morning at an early
hour, arriving in town about breakfast time.
Ptrhcpa Adjutant Miller can tell all about tins
capture.
Flag Raising.— On Saturday evening*, after
drees parade of the Nineteenth*, Gapt. Hayden,
ol Company “A,” with his Company, escorted
bj Lane's Regimental Band, marched from the
encampment to the Court House, for the pur
pose of raising Union colors. Thomas Hanly
of Company “A” climbed the apex of the spire,
and in a few moments the glor.ous ** stare and
ctripes ” were floating amid the cheers of the
crowd and the lively music of the band.
The Sick of the 10ra — The report Of Dr.
Bogue, Surgeon of the 19i;h, says;
In the medical department of the 19thregiment,
the principal point of interest lethe rapid failing
eff from the eick list. Since coming into Ken
tucky there has been a gradual Improvement of
the health of the regiment, and for the last few
days the improvement has been rapid. I think if
we remain in this beautiful, healthy place for a
few days, our morning sick-list will be materially
Icgeoncd. The regiment has been worked very
bard almost every day since entering the service,
and men exposed to many hardships, and all in
highly malarious districts, making many of them
sick, but 1 am happy to say they aregettlng nearly
over this. I would add that the wounded of the
Ohio and Mississippi Railroad accident are recov
ering finely. There will be bnt a few who will*
need to leave the service of their country from
their injuries. There were about one hundred and
fifty cut and bruised, most of themaot severely.
There were but eight fractures and four disloca
tions, and only one death since the night of the
wreck.
Union Flags. —A number of faithful and
loyal citizens of Elizabethtown, have testified
their devotion to the Union by raising the
§lorious u Stare and Stripes” on their resi
cnees. We noticed this morning a beautiful
flag ou the depot building and understand it
was donated by one of the u faithful” of Ken
tucky. This is as it should be.
niimsi intei.i.igbnce.
The First (New York) regiment of the Irish
brigade, raising at the East, has been denom
inated SB the 69th New York volunteers, and
is organized as follows: Colonel, Hobert Nu
gent; Lieutenant Colonel, James Kelley;
Major, James Cavanagh. The two Irish regi
ments raising in Massachusetts, for the brig
ade, are numbered the 38th and 39th, and have
about 500 men each.
—Col. Crafts J. Wright’s 18th Missouri regi
ment , made up of Ohio officers and volunteers,
having been folly oiganized at St. Louis, Gov.
Dennison finds it too late to recall the regi
ment, and it will hot, therefore, be consolida
ted with the 23d Ohio, CoL Gilmore.
—The state of Connecticut has seven regi
incuts in the service, viz: the 3d, 4th, slh,C;h,
7th, Bth and 10th; and three regiments at
home, nearly fu)l, the 9th, Xlth and 13lh.
There are also a squadron of cavalry, 835 men,
and a battery of artillery, 156 men, in process
of organization. Connecticut’s quota is 13,090.
When all these organizations have taken the
field there will still be 3,000 lacking.
—Seventy-six New York regiments era now
in the field, numbering 66.600 men. 30,000
more are expected to join them by the first of
December. Twenty-one regiments are in pro
cess of formation, having 9,011 men muster
ed in.
—The government has in service two regi
ments of lancers, two composed entire!; of
lumbermen; one of miners; one of railroad
men; one of engineers and bridge makers;
and one ot mechanics.
Col. James M. Smith, late Snperlntend
ent of the Dayton and Western railroad, is
meeting yet; good success with his railroad
regiment (the 561h Indiana) at Indianapolis.
He has six companies in progress of forma
tion, although hardly ten days have elapsed
since he began. The Indianapolis Journal toys
of him:
It would be difficult to find a man of more abili
ty for the peculiar command of a reriment of rail
road men than Col. S. He has risen from the
ranks in railroad life, and was conductor and su
perintendent of a road for a number of years in
this State, and lias peculiar fitness for this com
mand, ftTid also a large acquaintance among rail
road men. We predict that he will raise a splen
did body of men.
Oiland Smith, late Superintendent and
receiver *f the Marietta Kail road, is also rais
ing a regiment of Railroad men in Ohio, and
with good eneceas thna far.
—Enfield rifles were shipped, on Saturday,,
to Kentucky for the 38th regiment, Col Scrib
ner, the 39tb, Col Harrison,and the 37th, Col
Hszzsrd. These three regiments went into
the field with such arms as were obtainable at
the time, with the promise that a better arti
cle sbonld be famished at aa early a day as
possible. The promise has been redeemed,
and Col. Horrison’e regiment, that was organ
ized especially aa a band of sharp shooters,
can now practice in shooting with a view to
bringing down a aeceeaaiontat at every dis
charge of each-gm.—-ZtidfangpoKt Journal.
Ike Dutma« «r iht Qr*at Exit-
dlu»l.
Xt is manifestly not the intention of Gov
ernment to attempt the capture, as jet, of any
of the luge southern seaport*. New Orleans,
Mobile, or Savannah could undoubtedly be
taken without anj great expenditure of blood,
but the retention of those cltla, or any one of
them, would be a much more aatioua matter.
Theejetem of river and railroad commonici
tiom which has made them important com
mercial centers could be used to concentrate
vast armies against the attacking party, which,
unless in great force, wonld.bs speedily driven
into theses. ... .
A. lodgment oh an island or eeriee of islands
that command important harbors, with a
view to future operations, is manifestly the
object of the expedition. "We should not be;
surprised tohear, therefore,that Fort Royal
harbor, ontheßontfa Carolina coast, should
be one of the points which it is in contempla
tion to take, provided it ia found the obita
des an not too formidable. A large disced*'
UQnbsfie»W«BtlyJnmb gWen Obtain Bopoot
ilm.tbls command. ,)»f ; toUflne
ksrtnr would gWo ns team, to tfie most
both
admirablysituated for . -net cap efinßreo.
tionilkeFortras*Monrtra. 61wiil lt n»tbe
deemed advisable to takatkia poiat,dmelU
Island and Femandlaa win uudonbtedly-be
•tUcked, with a vlewto obtaining possession
•f Brunswick harbor, the flasston tbeSoutb
AUsntlccosst. It Is hupoadbte fcrthe rebels
to concentrate a hage army to defend this
point, as inland nsvigrtlonißio dmimit. Ita
pnaaetlaa by onr fleet would In effect be the
gereting of Florida from the Confederate
otatee, aa we would command the SLJobn’s
river and the whole coast around to Pensv
cola, which, of comae, we are Boon to be in
possession ot
It la not at all probable that the Adminis
tration Intend to march onr troops inland for
a couple of montha yet. The troops sent are,'
aa a generalthing, undisciplined and unfit for
field operations, but by January they will, no
doubt, be in condition both as regards num
bers and discipline, to take either Charleston
or Savannah, as may tie deemed best. Here
after the cotton States that caused the war
will be forced to bear some of its burdens.
It is not improbable that the stars and stripes
are floating to day in triumph over a portion
of the earned soil of South Carolina.—: Hew
York World, Kmi. 3. ' '
saprt Rangings.
r 0 • - Lake Street ■- 70
PIPER HANGING
Cash Jobbing Boise.
HOW OPENING FOB
FALL TRADE.
PAPER HANGINGS,
Border Curtain Papers,
WINDOW SHADES
CUFJUP FOR fJJISH.
ALSO A FINE ASSORTMENT
FOR CITY TRADE.
Tire best Workmen at Seduced
Pricoa, to compare with the tunes.
E. G. L. FAXON,
TO - • LAKE STREET - - 70
Jyl-tlay
P e B. RIGBY it CO.,
IMPOST*** AND JOBBXU OF
BfJMJrGIJVGS)
AND
fitienlHoise Painters.
81 RAYPOLPH-ST. CHICAGO.
BAKE & BROTHER
DEALERS 0
PAPER HANGINGS.
WINDOW SHOES, FIXTURES, SC..
House and Stgs Painters, Paper Han
gers, Bte*, Ete.,
HO. 184 CLARK BTRBBT.
[ocisir]
‘gjtjmnnng,
JONES, PERDUE & SMALL,
STATIONERS,
And Blank Book Haunfactorers.
Having the three departments of
Paper Puling,
Printing and
Binding,
Combined In f heir Eotabllshment. would respectfully
call the attention of BUSINESS MEN In want of
ANYTHING IN THE ABOVE LINE,
To their superior facilities for fomlahlcg a general
Office or Counting-Room Outfit.
JONES, PERDUE & SMALL,
GO TO
STATIONERS’ HALL,
No. 140 Lake Street, Chicago,
FOR
BLANK BOOKS,
Stationery,
GhOLD PEN'S,
PRINTING,
BOOK BINDING
And every article required In the
OFFICE OR COUNTIKB ROOM.
ACCOUNT BOOKS,
for every trade orneriness, made-to order, single cr
in acts, of any acslred style of
Billing, Printing or Binding,
Ann c: superior materials ard workmanship, at short
notice and LOW PRICES.
F. MUNSON.
MANUFACTURING BT ATI ONER. 140 Lake street.
liamtmi.
JEYNE <& ALMINI,
Fresco ui Decorative Painters,
101 WASHINGTON ST., CHICAGO,.
. FEBBCO AND DECORATIVE FAINTINO
latbe Farlon Pining-Ham and Libraries ol urn
class residences. Also, toe Interior of Churches, Pub
lic Halls. Ac* !b Chicago, Illinois, and other BUtee.
we also rive strict attention to the Graining of Wood
ttaMarwea, and aoildt jour orders confidant of ex*
slumtung.
J£ a D. UoFAELANI’S
Gao, Steam Fitting
iITO PLUMBING ESTABLISHMENT#
£4 laatllt asms, CUesp,
ntm xx
us rarnis ui HU mnnn>
FI.VMMJEM,
And mamactarer of
All wi"4« of Steam Woiki
TO Tlilfi TBADBI
The trade implied with tools tadorery arttcleia'ttie
FI rang and ftambteg Butinae. B»SUa
my26
rri c. SMITH A COMPANY,
BRASS COCK MANUFACTURERS,
Coppersmiths,
ASDDIAUBBIB
WROUGHT IRON PIPE,
STEAM AM CAS FITTINGS.
SHEET COFFEE, BLOCK TIN, PUMPS, ftd
Ajao-rameelar allmtlae hM to JWhhii of all
Madß connected with the Tiude,
033 WaditogtOß St} CklcaßOylU.
(»oir«My) . . '
p MORGAN baa Removed to
V* iw Btndslph Street,
BEDROOM SUITER
•• ■ • . ■ -_n: :
TMPORTAKT TO ALL CON-
I iaaaai aaVwawaa«.wcene On are map
ss^S&tssrrtsttzs&gss
tSa»sui utMTmmTlaw jrtcaa. uTnAa.
Shift atn*.caut<o. : ,MHHE
MR CLOAK DEPARTMENT.
r»- * • - - - . .1.
Bavli« determined to msfcs
The Sale of Cloaks
i PmditctFeatuetftirßuluM,
We tne fitted up * Boom «6j « feet, U the Wont
of the second floor of cur store, reached b j a spacious
stair doe inside. It la lighted by our immense win
dowi with a fine north light, and ladles out Inspect at
their leisure and without being hurled orcrowdsd,
the Garments they wish to look at.
WE NOW EXHIBIT
ALL THE LATEST PARTS NOVELTIES IN
GARMENTS OF
VELVET,
CLOTH,
WATER PROOF CLOAKING;
And all Fashionable materials.
We hare In stock a great variety of Garments ot
our own make, cat from the last shapes of the season,
and made and trimmed In the very best winnaup,
which we sell for the retail price of the material, add.
lag fftf y** meeting.
CLOAKS AND GARMENTS
HIDE TO ORDER AT SHORT SOTICE.
Tbe Latest Patterns Received
by every Steamer.
W. 91. ROSS & €O.,
16? A 169 Lake Street.
seß-gSS&Soi
Satterlee, Wells & Faulkner,
WHOLESALE
GEO C ERS,
64—Lake Street —64
CORNER OF STATE,
(Old Stand' of Satterlee, Cook & C 0.,)
CHICAGO, ILL,
M. L, BATT2BIZS. X. 8. WILLS. B. FAULKNER,
[seio gSBWhn)
1861. FAIL TRADE. 1861.
DAVIS, SAWYER & C 0„
42 & 44--Lake Strcet--43 & 44
Dry Roods Jobbers,
And Vlioleals Dealer, is
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Hats and Cans,
Are NOW RECEIVING A LARGE STOCK, COMPELS
ING ALL THAT 19 NEW AND DESTRABLB
IN EACH OF TUB ABOVE LINES,
WHICH WILL BB SOLD AT
Eastern Jobbing Prices.
DAVIS, SAWYER &CO.
ljelC-gS7C-Sml
REMOVAL.
GRAY, PHELPS, & CO ,
WHOLESALE
GKR, O OERS,
’ Save reamed to the large and commodious double
store
Nos. 108 AllO South Water Street,
FOOT OF DEAKBOEN STEEET,
OPPOSITE CUR OLD STAND,
Where we shall he happy to receive our old customers
and a* many new ones as may be pleated to call. We
have now in store and landing from the Eastern mar
kets, » •
Large and WeU Selected Stock of
GROCERIES;
Which we Offer to the Trade CHEAP FOE CASH. We
wonld zeeommendan examination of oar a toe* before
Purchasing Elsewhere.
OCIB-g9G6-6W
Bawson & Bartlett)
KAVUFAOTTCSBS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IS
BOOTS AND SHOES,
30 LIKE STREET 30
CHICAGO, ILL,
We would respectfully call the attention of City and
Country Merchants to our extensive stock of Boom
and Shoes, which we have now In etore, and are dally
receiving from our Factory in Wcstßoyalston- Mass,
which consists of a full assortment ot those Celebrated
Custom Made Patna Kip and Calf, and Grain Water
Proof Boots; together with a fall stock of all styles ot
FALL ASP WINTER GOODS
of the best Quality and manufacture,* which we are
prepared to b-.11 for CA&H and prompt paying trade at
Boston and New York Jobbing Prices.
We are Agents for the sale pf Mitchell’s Patent Me.
tain* Tip Boots and Shoes In all the States.
JP C. & M. D. WELLS,
SUCCESSORS TO
WADSWORTH & WELLS,
Kaau&etnrers and Jobbers ot
BOOTS MD SHOES,
58 & 60 Lake Street.
ODI STOCK OF OOODS IS TOIL AID COMPUTE.
Great Inducements will be offered to ca?h and short
time purchasers. oclFO-ly
CONCESSION 1
PEAKE, MARSH A DELONS
17 lake St. -■ 43 Wataah At« -
Coalorming to the prewars ol the tiaei, we hayt
determined upon
SONCILIATIGI ARB SBNCESSIOM,
■o fir as they can be effected by
Xsow FrlOMk
We Shan ofcr AT WHOLNBAL* throughout tht
M j the prasaat agitation* a stock of
Pry Goods, Hoisery ud Potions,
Unsurpassed tn
ntUUiU, HUMEH MS SUI MIB.
'jMNmtwte
Jettons rmtker than VTww*,
TTANDBRYOORT, DICKER-
V SOU * CO.
1W a Ml nnlelph Street, CMtege,
importers of
TIN PLATE, SHEET ISON,. 4c.
Dealers in
Vinners' ■ took.,
Agents for
HOWL’S IMPROVED SCALES.
rnoy*ih£My|
T> O WEBS' * G 0..
I 1 ' BEKF and pobk packers.
r W l(Slttu%uCttae nil Hcgi «b
WHuinwl* »««;
i)Rir";‘GFOO3DS
ls3& 155 Lake Street.
WB SHI KOWMOTOBE AKO AIiB BEOSIV.
WS ALABBBBIOCK.OF
DRESS GOODS,
Cloaks and Cloaking,
sir.ir£s,
Also, DOMESTICS.
We axe eelllnc the above at tbe very
FLUSH,
W. R. WOOD & GO.
Cheap for Cash.
1861 - - - FALL TRADE ■ - - 1861
FIELD, BENEDICT & CO.
SI & 88-Bonlk Vatn > 9aMt..;81 A 83
ABB NOW PREPARED TO SHOW A TULL STOCK
OF GOODS FOB
MEN’S WEAR*
To which they call the attention of the Trade.
FIELD. BENEDICT A CO.
NEW CASH STORE.
HABTIN & BROS,
KOt 88 itke street, Chleaco, Ulinote,
Wehave jxut opened a
bug. and Oomplate Stock of
CLOTHING.
AT LOWER PRICES
TO WHOLESALE DEALERS
£XTA«I Ijrn VC EMEATS,
As we purchase a great portion or oar Goods
MABBFACTBRE EKLBSIVELT IB BEW VBBB.
Call and examine o* took before rmrchaslns else*
'ffhere. aa It Is no trouble to show coo os.
se2-g4BS-8m
FURNITURE STORE.
SHAW, JOHNSON &CO.,
OF CINCINNATI,
Have opened a very large etoefc of New Plain, Medium,
AND TERT ELEGANT
CABIKET FURNITURE,
At No. 81 LA.XSE STBEET, ■
Under the Tremont House,
'Which wd be sold at from SO to SO per cent. LK3B
than the ordinary prices In this market.
The nubile are respectfully requested to call and ex
am.uc our stock. ocBB-g938-2m
J)ET GOODS CHEAP for CASH.
COOLEY, FARWELL & CO..
Noa. 42, 44 ni 40 'Wabash Arenue,
Base Is etoro a large stock ot
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
And Invite theattentio close buyers, before pur
chasing elsewhere.
We have come down to a War Baals, making CASH
the Rule, and CREDIT ‘the Exception, and hope the
Country Merchants WIH heartily endorse each a pro*
gramme, COOLEY, FARWELL A GO.
se£«l
'J'UTTLE, HIBBARD & CO.,
HARDWARE AND TIN PLATE.
62 LAKE STREET.
We offer to the Trade, at the LOWEST MARKET
PRICES
6,500 bOX€BTIN FLATS,
f,400 bdls, SHEET IRON,
650 “ RUSSIA IRON,
150 M IMITATION RUSSIA,
23,501 * BRIGHT and ANHEALP WIRE.
895 cask* RHKtCT ZING,
10 tons FIG TIN,
16£G0 lbs. COFFER BOTTOMS,
10 seta TINNERS’ TOOLS and MACHINES,
50 casks BRIGHT OX and COIL CHAINS,
1,000 doe. AXES, ‘
14CO “ SHOVELS, SPADES and SCOOPS,
SO tons SAD IRONS.
TUTTLE, HIBBARD ft CO.,
ocl9-gO>S-ly - Comer of State and Lake streets.
BOWEN BRO’B,
72,74 &76 Lake Street,
ARE OPENING EVERY GRADS OF
SEASONABLE GOODS,
MAKING THEIR STOCK
UNEQUALLED IN ATTRACTIONS.
Buyers are invited to Examine.
BOWEN BROTHERS,
Jobbers, Dry Goods Crockers, Ac.
16 & 18—State Street—l 6ft IS
CHICAGO.
G. C. COOK & CO.,
Invite the attention of buyers to their stock bt
GROCERIES,
Which they offer at.thl
Xiowest Ootsla Prloe*.
6. G. COOK & CO.,
IS A 18—State Street-— IS AlB
JPOSTEK A HARDENBSRGH,
SAIL MAKERS,
Twines and Cordage
Hare conftMjtly for .ale at the inmtjnukM price,
yaniiia, ana Tarred Ropes. Hay Hope, Lath
, Yam, Baga and Bagging, Canwaaa.
Oakum. Spun YanvFitch, Tar,
Chains, Hock»r*c, Ac.
4olU>. Flax ani Henp Twines, 4c
TENTS, TABPAIII.IKCS, AWNINGS,
WAGON COVKHA, FLAGS, Ac ,
umau ob übut tsmt.
Hawing purehashed the sole right to manutarture
and sell these Justly celebrated Tent m the lollowtng
Statm and Territories. vislllinois, ladiana.lowa.
Wtspoßstn. Minnesota, Ksruaa and aebrMka. we are
prepared to ftirnieh them in any quantity, and at the
■hoi test notice. - •
geo. >. Foeruu. ioca-f»ea] aKguMiflaan.
jQ J. GARTH * CO.’S
MannlactnreA Twbaccs.
EWINC. BRICCa, A CO.,
WMjftenwori, niHikiritiMt, ou net,
are Agents at wholesale f?r the abowe celebrated f
mskawf Tohierw b—emnnUi tom tolßti
MM. ACUMo^eoaStattyMfeaalatiMvS
AT RETAIL.
HOSIERY,
GLOVES,
Leweet Prices.
Cocl2-gS3Mm}
CTremont BloclD
Which we will ieli
Than ever offered in this market.
We can offer
FOR OMB,
SIABTIR * BBOS.
IMPORTERS OF
Ship Chandlers,
and dealers in
241 Srath W«t« Street, CUcage, ID.,
S^IILS,
Made to order at the shortest notice.
tu.
QLD SACHEM BITTEBfI
ANDWWWMITOBUoV
■• era si zaa . ..
OLD SAiC^VITTEBS
lUtUimtaiMit
wansmnni
BDiatlnwuaa
Purifier aid Regulator of the Blood.
IT 13 A DELIGBIf UL IONIC,
try it mb it will di you 6008.
WS. 6OODBICH, rroprittor.
New Heren. cons.
ftlaclpel -Depot. lgWtferrtreeLß.Y. nourw-ir
RIN,iN 9 S » ! 8
O Si
lONO’ON'oobK
GIN.
this aeucici tonic stimulekt
BSEICIALLY OBSISNZC
the tree of the Kedlewl ProfeMtoe
aid tke Fanxllv.
the ac-casa •tea- • j; ■■■
&a®fKsaa sffl sss-tfe
AiHißikinge&aco,,
abiidiedia 1773J - sous Fxopsxnoxt,
‘ Ho. 19 Broad street, N. T.
STY or tale, wholesale. In Chicago. by Hoyt A
BeedACo*audJ.K&Fmler A Co.
17' NOW THYSELF!—Drs. Mo
-I.V GANN A WTT.LER, physicians and Surgeons,
detects to a certainty the true condition and locality
of diseases, by a simple and sdenttOc method without
asking any Questions. Diseases of tbe Throat and
Lungs-treated-by. Medical TnhiitHrai nnj Constitu
tional treatment. Rheumatism, Neuralgia, aerofoil.
Seminal Weakness—in short, all curable diseases of
long standing cured- in the shortest possible time.
rBSALI 9XIBAIBA ftfim
Such as Suppressions. Irregularities. Falling of tha
Womb, Tumors, all Urinary Diseases, Nervous Debill,
ty. Palfifol cr Difficult Menstruation, Barrenness. Ac*
will be speedily cured, without poisonous drags, in.
Jurious or impalpable medicines of any kind. Have
no delcaeyln cabling no difference what you troubles
may be. The afflicted are cordially invited to call
and satisfy themselves, -
I’ounlUllou ui KiiUmUom
FREE OF CHAROE.
All Conmnmication* strictly confidential. Oflce la
tbe Street BallrcadßoUdlog. corner of State and Kan.
dclpb streets. - Office houtH from BA. il. till • F. M.
Address J. H. MoCAHN. K. D„ Chicago. m. Let
ters to oar address. Inclosing a stamp, will receive
prompt attention, or tor two stamps we will send a
>amoDlet free. ' - - - uttviy
Mags.
Q.RAIN BASS
" OF EV2BT KNOWN DEASD.
AT NEW YORK PRICES,
AT TBE
Oom Bxchanga Bag Hlaanfactory.
HART, ASTER A CO.,
157. Santa Water Street, Chicago..ls7
. [oclS-gWlm]
I .AMI BAOiM SAa.ni i
I FAB WELL'S. •
I STEAM (16 SilTiimST: \
; x 0.2 RAKKwr rrwar, orioago. ‘
i : BAG-S AHD SACKS ;
; Ofet«rydeßCriptlOß-feni!siiedoa i
: itort notice, .and printed witt
Ktw Vrf BMItUID Bfllte
HMKOK FABWSU-. I
apMTB-lj
T>AGS—^BAGS—BAGS—BAGS—
1> COHN EXCHANGE
BAG MANUFACTOST.
HAST, ASTKN * CO„ 157 South Wster-at, Chicago.
B. H. CLARK A GO* 138 Broad street Sew YotkT
. KANUPACTUSXBa imuiiiTiiuTß
Sags of iSvery Description*
Millers’ and Grocers’ Baja made and printed to or
der with beautiful brand*. New and Second-Hand
seamless Grain and Gunny Bags, for Shippers, Millers
ana Farmers’use. Bags for Flour, Buckwheat, Feed,
Hama, Salt, seed. Ac. -
BF" Orders filled with fidelity and dispatch. Ban
leaned to shippers. myS-iy
QHICAGO BAG AGENCY,
»S SOUTH WATER STREET.
SEAMLESS GRAPH BAGS Of various sizes and
qualities.
FLOUK—Halves, Quartan and Bights, printed to
order of any desired pattern.
HAM BACKS—Every size used.
GUNHV BAGS—Two or Three Bushels.
Commission Merchants, Millers, Grocers and Pro
vision Dealers will find just the articles wanted in oar
stock. Ordera solicited.
aprsp.ly HAWKINS A CHAPMAN.
JAMES H, CHILDS & CO.,
HOPE COTTOH MILLS,
Z*ltt«l3ta.rFoxlix^
RANTJTACTUBIBB OP
Seamless Grain Bags,
■ ‘ A2TDOF'
O SNA BURGS,
SB inches to 40 inches wiis.
WT We are prepared to receive orders from the
trade. ia1.A792-ly
iGadjiaita, Ratdhtau. Su.
SUPERIOR CHARCOAL
PXO- IRON.
A consignment of this wellknown Iron Just received
and for sale in. Quantities to suit customers, by
C. E. MOCORitICS A CO,
lyiS’6My Agents for Manufacturer!.
Horse powers, corn
BHELLKEB.—The Bay State Tread Power for
one or two horses, with continuous track and chiliad
rollers and thimbles: the easiest running power in
use. Abo, Power Srrn Bhellsre. of best pattern.
Made and sold by SRSNK, GREELEY A CO-Jlatt
Kline ft Humphrey;, 4S Canal street, comer of Wash
tngtonlstreet, Chicago. ae7-ar&4l-Sm
S,ss6i AUwnisrments,
CTATE OF ILLINOIS, COOK
kw COUNTY—S.S. Cook County Circuit Court. No
.vember Term, A, D. IS6I. Edward B, Martin ys.
Samuel D. Weakley.
Public notice is hereby given to the said Samuel D.
Weakley that a writ of attachment itsued cut ot the
office of the Clerk of Cook County Circuit Cour%
(luted the 19th day of October, A. D. itGi, at the suit
of the tald Edward 8. Martin, nod against the estate
ct the said Samuel D. Weakley for the sum ot Seven,
tei n Thousand Two Hundred and Four Dollars and
Twenty-Five Ctsts directed to the Sheriff ot Cook
County, which-sald writ t-as been returned executed.
Now, Here lore, unless you, tea tald Samuel D.
Weakley shall personally be and appear beiore tne
said Cook County Circuit Court, on or before the first
day of the next Term thereof, to be bolden at the
Court Bouse in the City of Chicago, on the third Mon
day of November. A D-IS6I, give speiial bait and
plead to the said plaintiff's action, judgment will he
entered agaiist you. and in favor of the said Edward
B Martin, acdeomuch of the property attached as
niST be »nlTicitnt to satisfy the said judgment and
coeis will be sold to satisfy tbesame.
WM. L. CHURCH. Clerk.
Patson ft ErrsoLPa. Fluffs Atfys; nos-h'oa.*w
STATIC OF ILLINOIS, COOK
Cr COUNTY—SB. Cook County Circuit Court, No
vember Term, A. D. iSOL Edward B. Martin vs. Mc-
Allister, Simpscn & Co.
Public Notice is hereby given to the said Me Allis tir,
Simpscn ft Co„ that a writ of attachment issued out
of the office of the Cltrk of Cook County Circuit
Court dated the 19th day of October, A D. IS6L, at
the suit of the said Edward B. Martin acd against the
estate of the said McAllister, Simpson ft Co- for the
sum ot Five Thousand Eight Hundred and Nineteen
Dollars and Thirty Nine Ceuta, directed to the Sheriff
of cook County, which said writ has been returned
executed.
Now, therefore, unless you. the said McAHMer,
Simpson* Co. shall personally be and appear oefore
the said Ccok County Circuit, ou or beiore the first
day of the next Term thereof to be holden at the
Court House in the city of Chicago, on the third Mon.
dav of November, A. D. I=6l, give special b*lL and
plead tc the said plaintiff’s actio a, judgment will be
entered against you, and In favor of the said Edward
B. Martin audio much ot the property attached es
may be sufficient to satisfy the judgment and cotta
Fatsos ft Bstsolpb, Plff’a Att’ys. noS-hipj-Kw
QXATE OF ILLINOIS, County
0 of Cook. &&—Superior Court of Caicaxo.Janu
ary Term, 1861. Margaret Cameroa Ball m Robert
w«ii Tn Chancery.
Affidavit of the non-realdence of Robert Han, De
fendant above named, having been filed In the office
01 the Cleric of aald Superior Court ol Chicago. No.
Seel* hereby given to tlia said Robert Hall chat (he
complainant filed her hill of complaint In said Court,
on the Chancery dde thereot on the twenty-third day
of October 1861* and that a summons thereupon issued
out of «JH Court against said Defendant, recunsble
on the flirt Monday of January next, (1562). as la by
you, the said Robert Hall shall person,
ally be and appear before laid- Superior Court of Chi
cago of Cook county, on the first day of the term
therect to be holden at Chicago in said County, ou
the first Monday of January. 1869. and plead, answer
or demur to the said complainants bill of complaint
the same, and the matters and things therein charged
and stated, will be taken as confessed, and a decree
C. J. Htjxx, Complete* SoTr. ocC5g9C5 4w
CTATB OF ILLINOIS, County
(O' of Cook, SB —Superior Court of Chicago, Horen
her Term. IB6L William Q. Lee ra. Carlos fierce,
John Barber and Her-ry Keyes.- Hi Chancery.
Affidavit of the non-restdenoe of Carlos Pierce,
John Harper and Henry Keyes. Defendants shore
named, haring been filed In the office of the Clerk of
said Superior Court of Chicago. Notice Is hereby
gven to tite aald Carlos Fierce, John Harper ana
emy Keyes, that the complainant filed his trill of -
complaint In said Conit. ou the Chancery side there,
ot on the fifteenth day of June USOi and that a sum.
tnona was Issued ontef said Court against said defen
dant. returnable on the first Monday of July, as
Üby law required. ______
How, unless you. the aald Carlos Pierce. John Har
per. and Henry Keyea, snail pffisonaUy'bo and appear
before said Superior Court of Chicago of Cook County,
ea the first day of the next tens thereofi to behdffienat
Chicago, JusaidCounty, ou the flift Monday of No.
rember.*lS6i« and plead, answer or demur to the aald
complainants bill of complaint, the same, and the
matters and things therein charged and stated, will
be taken as confessed, and a deexee mitered against
yen according to the prays et sMd bill.
__ WALTER KIMBALL. Clerk.
euxupAEmmooek, compf ursoria. ocst gasi-tw
inteUigma ©««».
OLD ESTABLISH £ D
XNTSUJBZHCZ OPTICA,
H.m wAHownw mn
fiffl. BATAB deMna to remind her Mods aad
patrons that, she la atili to be Haandat the show* office
where ahe la ready to imy AmuMisonHtol
±m
« atm SinU
MAUSS, PBACTKiat,
Hat hoadn
J I A 1 IrJ*,OA"D
••• s^?SymssH^
Bin nmii*
. It dJu (except mwb^
mSSp.m?” te>m ?" ••“ “ »•:« *■ *■■<»«-
oS2 , SS‘SIffia?S.SSS?S? B , g e S3i a ‘^ggS
Bgfißwt-ToMo. a ■ gfh WmaSi Am,
LIU?'
(HHICAQO AND ST. LOTJIS
V> RAILROAD LINK.
WUIXBB ABHAWGEJUMT,
Pay Birrantf Mall Trm'a. leave* West site Union
Depot Chicago. at&ft A. il/d&ily, (except Bandavi
and arrives at fr.49 P. it :• . ic~.
The Joliet acd-WnmiirctOß Accommodation. leavra
Chicago at 4dsß.iL. dally.
nvW JAMBS BOBS; BecelTSr,
pHICAGO AND NORTiiWaSt
\J ERN RAILWAY.
For RccbfprL Janesville, Galena,
Dpuleitb, MadlfCD, Frame du-Chian, Forddu T.r%
Othkosh. Watrrtown, Green tay, Bcrtllr, RipoaTLa
Crosse, St Paul. ac. - . * ’
„ TRADES LEAVE AS FOLLOWS •
Esprts?, 3i:sa P. m.; Way Passenger. s : » 5 p. Bt;
inrough to all the above pda s. add connection at
La Crosse with Cnitea Spates Mall Coiches for St.
PauL&c .Acccarrodanon 8.15 A. M
Trains arrive at 5:00 A. 51. -1:43 a M. and 5:00 P. M.
E PZ WIIT lomsor. G?ifTicko?A ilix?' gg&r
]y|ICHiGAN CENTRAL icfiTT
GESAT LEW
IL—Llgatning Express, (except Sunday.) ar.
IJ'A Detroit 6rJQ F. M j Suspension
Bridge, iiOA BL* Albany.Wpw.
,. tn p „ TaCP.JL; Boston, 11:45 P.M.’
•**® ”• York and Boston Express, (except
Saturday.) arrive at Detroit Two A Bt*
{Toronto, 8:42 P. H.; Montreal, tatfo w -j
Tralca Tia M. C. Railroad leave Chicago
A. M„ Mall Train; P. M_ Fast Express:
arrive In Chicago at**Q A.M; Fast Emets, and
IS:4» Sight Mali Train. pre ®’ lllo
The ftOO P. M. Train leaviog Chicago runs thrones
CO Cincinnati without change of cars or baggage
Salisbury's Patent Dusters are ran on MSiimi
Train*. .Patent Sleeping Cars on all night tralca
j,, • JBf* Baggage Checked Throngu. m*
THROUGH TiCgSTrftor sale m all principal Rin.
road Oflices In the West, at the Galena oalce, corner
Lake and Dearborn streets (under the Tretnon*
House,) Chicago, and at the Depot.
B. N. BICE, General Superintendent.
J. Q. A. BEAK, Weatera Pass. AgX
ft. wayioi &
X CHICAGO RAILROAD.
Pan eager Trains leave toe Depot, corner o/Ma' - -
aoa and Canal sere eta, Chicago daily at
84*0 A.M.FaatL!ne (except Snndaja.)
C:10 P. M. Night Express (except Saturdays.)
m M6XM, new IOKK, PHUABKL?ai-
- BALTIMORE, WASHINGTON
Sarrisbiirg & Pittsburg
Also—iOß ALBANY, BUFFALO. DVSKIBtf
CLEVELAND COLUMBUS, CINCIN
NATI, DATTON.
An i all Intermediate station* -between Chicago at
the cities above named. -
c.eeplngCars on night trains, and baggage by
rente checked throngs to all Kaatern Oltlaar
Tickets (or sale et the principal Ticket Offices in tiii
west, at the Compaq’s Office, comer of Randolph an*
Dearborn atraoU, and at the Union Depot, West 81d"
Chicago.
3. F. PATRICK. A2E: ’-
pmCAQO * ROCK ISLAND
V-/ MTLTOAP LlNE.—Paesecrer trslai daaftrt
Sea and arrive at Chicago aa folio**:
JDaj*x i T«M and Mali leave at9AOA.IL, and arrive
excepted.
Fight Szpreaa leaves at 8-19 ZML. Saturday ex
ccpted: arrive at 9.19 A, IL, Monday* excepted. •
; Joliet Accommodation 94)0 P.M.. Sunday* except
3d, JOHN F. THACT; Gen. Bup*
w. L. by. Joss. GenTAzeni.
pHICAGO AND MILWAUKEE
V RA nVROAT>.
For JHHwaiike»s La crosoo St. PaiL
OctitDih) Berllii aui later*
mediate PoKntv«
On and after MONDAY. Nov.. 4th, *BBI, Passenger
Trains wEI leave tlie Depot corner of West Kinzia and
Car al streets (Sundays excepted,) as follows:
WO A. AL and a P. iC. and arrive at Milwaukee
at 13.~0*k M. and 4iiO A. M,
Ihuserger Trains anive at Chicago at 11:30 P.M.
and«H‘OP-M. b
WAUKEGAN ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leavM
Chicago at 433 P. it, and arrives at Chicago at BAS
A. 38. §. C. BALD wIN,
nc3 Buperintenddak
Galena * Chicago union
RAILROAD.— WIKTEB AESAKSXKXKT.
On and after Monday, Nor. sth. ISSL trains will
leave Wells street depot sc folic nj. Sundays exc©tne.>:
8,45 A.M.and9.Sß P. for Selviders, KockXcrd.
iTreeport. Warren. Galena, Dualeith. Dubuque, and in.
tSßnedlate points; 8.45 A. M. and 11.95 F. M,. for
.Dixon, Polo, Poitou, Cedar Rapids, and intermediate
points; f(M i'. U. for Elgin. Bel vldere, Rockford. and
Intenneeiato points; 5 oGF.M_forGenevaandtoteh
mediate point?. Passengers lor Beloit Jaaesvtll*-
will take the 846 A. M. train. Passengers for Crystal
Lake. McHenry, Richmond, Geasva Lake and Inter
-1 mediate pcists, will take the 4.00 P, M. train.
Sleeping Cars on night trains.
B. B. TALCOTT. Gen. flnp*t.
S.M. WHEELER Gen. Passenger Ag't Jji
pmCAGO, BURLINGTON A
\J QUINCY RAILROAD.
Passenger Trams leave and arrive at Chicago as ftt*
lowsD:.y Express at 11:10 a. il. (Sundays excepted),
arrive* ats SO p. k* (Sundays exempted.) NlghtExprea
leaves at U:4S r. x* (Saturdays excepted), arrives a?
cso a. x* (Mondays excepted.) Mendota Accommoda
tion leaves at WO p. x., (Sundays excepted), arrives
at IMO a. x* (ttatnrdayii excepted.)
e. v. BAMMuan. guys
'"THE PENNS7LVAOTA OEN
X TRAL RAILROAD ba a Flrst-GIMS Road la al
respects.
With 285 Miles of Double Track,
THREE DAILY TRAINS (with connections from
•11 points West),
FROM PITTSBURG TO PHILADELPHIA
All connecting direct to New York.
Homing Hail, Afternoon Fast Una Higtkt
Express.
One Train Dally from Ptttjbnrg te New York,
(430 miles), without change of can.
VIA ALLENTOWN AND EASTON.
With divert connections from Western Cities; arriving
hours in advance of other routes, in time tor Boston
by Kail cr Boat Lines.
Express Trains Hu Daily Others
Saaiays Bxccptetf*
NINE DAILY TRAINS from Philadelphia to New
York. Tickets good on anv line or train. New York
or Boston Ticket! via Pittsburg good vis Philadelphia
or Allentown.
BOAT TICKETS TO BOSTON
Good via any of the Best Lines.
Xws Daily Connections from Hsrriaborg te
Baltimore and Washington.
BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH—ALL
TRANSFERS FREE,
FAKE ALWAYS AS LOW AS BY AST
OTHER ROUTE.
Buy Tickets via Bittsburgt
TICKETS FOR SALE AT ALL MATS
OFFICES.
FREIGHTS.
By this route Freights of aU descriptions can ho 10
warded ftrom Folladelphia, New York. Boston or Bal
tmiore to and point on the railroads oi Ohio
Kentucky. Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, lowa or MlB
scorl. bt Raileoabdibscx.
Tie Pennsylvania Railroad also connects at Pitta
borg with by which goods can be forwarded
loanj ior ton‘he Ohio. Muskingum. Kentucky, fen
reteeo Cumberland. Blinds, Mississippi Wisconsin,
Si-f-3curl,lvamus, Arkansas and Bed Rivers; and al
Cleveland, Kancusky and Chicago, with steamers tc
all ports or- the Northwestern Lakes.
Mercfcai-ts and shippers entreating the transports*
tion c f their Freight with tills Company, can rely with
oor-Qi'eiiCe on its speedy transit.
T«E RATES OF FREIGHT to and thorn any point
In the Wert by the Pennsylvania Railroad are at all
times as favorable as are charged by other rqhwioa
Covnpjmlte.
tar Be particular to mark packages “via Fsaaa.
Ii K.”
K. J. SBKEDEK, Philadelphia. •
MAGRAW A KOONS, 80 North Street. Baltimore.
LEECH * CO, No. 2 Astor Boose, or No. 1 South
Wllitam street. New York.
LEECH * CO.. No. 71 State Street, Boston.
.HOUSTON. General Freight Agttt PhUa.
L-iu HOUPT. General Ticket AgcntTPiilla.
Ksg«e Lnwis, Geo. Supt, Altoona, Pa. Janl’fiOdly
QREAT consolidatkp
VT LINZ!!
WBCOTATI AID CHICAGO
All Ull UlillU.
Forty Kits tke Shariat |Mti to Ointiaaet
J Indianapolis awlLetiifTilla,
TWO gTPRRPA TRAINS leare West Mde Unto!
Depot. Chleara daily. •• follows:
sfoo A. M.—Day Ezprma, (Sondaya exeeptedj
6:10 F. M.—Night Kxpreea. (Saturdays oeaplwj
fwKnUBH TOCIKCINNATI AND INDIANAN
US WITHOUT CHANGE OF
Sabtxbi coHHßonoa*—At Andenon and Blob
aiosd for Feqoa, Urbans. Dayton, Zeals. Colombo*,
and all polnto ut Central anaßwten Oslo.
SotrTEns - Cohsbotxoxb —At IndtoaipoUs te
ifrankUa, Colombo*. Madiaon. Lawreccebone, Jefter
•cnyfile, aad all potato tn Central and Boathern In
diana; also for Loulsyllla. t*mtegton, and
allpolnto Booth.
Connection* at Cincinnati'(Or. Hamden. Harrietts
Parkenborg. and polnto on the Ohio Hrer.
nine to cmdimata only labours. Elegant «i
Canon Night Trains!
Through tickets by this Mne can be obtained at an
arlselpal Ballrcad Offices tn the Northwest, >nd at the
Company’* Office, No. iflt Baadolph street, tHkncn
(ondertnc Sherman Homo)
JOHN BRANDT, Superintendent
UHA9. B. FOLLBTT, GenT. Ticket Agent. . myii
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAIL
X ROAD,
CHANOT OF TDUB.
On and after SUNDAY. Not. Srd, isn. tratu «m
leave from tbe Great Central Depot fbot of la&b and
Soath Water streets, aa follows: . . .
THROUGH EXPRESS, daily (except Sondan), at
_ 9.30 A. M, arriving aTcairo atfiSO A. M. ,
This train connects f;r Peoria. AUoa fit. Lottls,
Memphis, New Orleans and Mobile. _ _ ,
ACCOMMODATION (every day) at 4:00 P.M. for
Cairo and Way Stations, arriving at Cairo at
8:45 P.M. next day. . .
Tbii train on Saturdays wGI rnn onlytp ITrbint
Trains arrive atCUeagoai HM AM uitiMKU.
HTDB PARK AND WOOD LAWN.
Trains will leave Chicago• I«T»WMiUn;
Ilf- ,Ml
sjopTm, sriir.iL,
MJP.M, MOF.M- __
For tickets and tolonnattoa apply attteofflee
■ntteGreuentm^
W. r. JOHNSON, Bm. ftAift
T ESTER * CO’S PATENT
Betting iid rmtOttSag twaam,
Forßonßea,Ckmr^sa,fladoolHoaieAPabtteHjißAOC.
TblsEarnaoeMshcen ao thoroughly tried In tt
locaßtyttatapwllcalaf nottwMootdwneasay. la
point W economy; to fttel oheaaoera to ooak and
te&llbfolnf • a ttls naeqnalled. We refer to Tmmlß.
Bryan. G. AianoiuLV.W. famU, John MwU.
Uime, Carter A Baaer.-EBqra, and BenDsenM Done,
cf OdcaaosT. JMoaMwtt and Chat
Fcet»r«saqn«ofßockford: AddrooiM. a.IVrK
FortOteoetaM. Q9paHo.9i—>nestreet.
octT-t»*&An t . ...
WRIftHT A MoCLURI,
It imninkiiisiMaaiMi'
MBMuianw. -■
am. Vom OotiaM ttaUi tfallaMi. Art
- Jlmlivb} •
h »«w Yotkr
ITY.’Mon C MIS"Kd TOlS? BuflSo* - Mf2S 1 kS•
:W *D. J. LAKB, . .
*“ • comnssioN kebcbahtb
US* Uaih.W*ttr t*mt, Wain ML,
Olvettielt exclattfe ittraUcnr totia pmcbMe u|
eale at JRouz; Onln and nfTnf [HMdiirii * Adnacan
TnartftAn
WILLS I.ACT.- 1 [OCgjlggAßl
O RBIST P. BOOTH A CO.. ~
V/ PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Ho. 179 South Wsttr Street, Chicago QL
Jntt received PBnls ttmso, Bcttm. Cxakbis.
ArPUt?, Ac. AH uncles of Produce cold on
CcmalKlon. ocagOJtiw
A BIEL AKIN A CO.,
>S W * R » 57 rsnaiisaiotr to SolomonStaiKi a inn
Chicago; Wing A llttchtU. do.; B. B. NorSS»*cS
BtOWtt * CO* sew Yortr-fanwll
Brother & Co., Boston; Hurltmt« Co- Bu-fe. -
abut, akin, tofc~-gi97-6m] y.^wranror.
pOMMISBION HOUSK.—Tha
subscriber* have ftnncd a Co-Partaermie a»
the ttaiaactlon of a COMMISSION BraMJi S
ecle Md purchase of Grain. Klour, PtotUoibC aaS
General Country Produce, at Chicago DL. uaaar iS
firm guda of —-• ni ™
KATJIOSD, WHISHT * mum
: We
Business. We areprtpared?omake Cash Altum
on property consigned to ea for sale or on shipaeaw
.to Eastern markets
_ B. W, gATMiwn”
ChlcagO-'Ang. SI, 186 L J. C. WRIGHT,
R. P. WHI INST.
r J\ MAPLE A. CO.,
SEIERAL CDMHISSIOI HEICHAITt,
210 South Water Street, eor. Wells, Chieege. DL
Cash advances made on Consignments.
T. MAPU. [Jyaß-g2li>.tno7] xxjUfig
PKANE & SONS have opened
• atNo. SHmiard'sßTock, South Water-stroet.
Vcicago, a General Commission Honae,
K? aae of Grain, Flour, Provlslona, Stock; Sk&l
taalrlDlvaakM House. P.Kaae *Bon
ata ,ugetl<>t
J)ATER, STEWART h CO,,
Commission Mgjchants,
K0.73 South Water-st, Chicago, IU.
I>. 6XEWABH J. r. or.AHHH,
soi
MOBSE & TAKWOOD,
(LA.TX AimZRT XOB3Z A CO,) *
?«ODBQE CQHHISSIOI •EICHAITC
BOTJTH WATER STREET ' 3.
_ „ . , AiUn'a
B-flnesa confined strictly to cosuslsblob.
ALBgBT HORgg, ■ HITiWOOtt.
gHACEFQKD & SOW,
VRODDCE eoaMnsna jKICHNIfI*
So, 8 Board of Trade ’ Building, Shioago,
8. 6ITACXJOHP. [ao*S g147-6m] g. M. sow.
gPAFFOSD & ELLIS,
PRODUCE CONMIUIH ■EICRACTC.
Penocal attention given to sales of Grain. Jtrae.
Provisions and Country Produce generally. BoaisMt
exclosivelv cctnmiggicra. Advances made on soathra
meats. 12« Klnzie street. Chicago.
C.H.BPAFFOBP. : [feaj’SMyj A V. w.
piGE FAT & CO,
• COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 13 La?alle street, Chicago, HL P, O. Box f,
Give their exclusive attention to the purchase *M
•..slcof Flour. Grnln,ftsd other Produce on Co r masaai at.
bio >at. JyJ jab, h. wocdwom*.
JOHN L. NOBLE * CO.,
tf 6EKKK&L COMMISSION UEBCHATO
WHDIISAIf DEAIIIS IIFLOII AIS FH>.
No, 235 South Water attest. CUeaes, BL
Sole Ageota for Faeton-Mllls. • jyiaSl-ly
JJACQUSEN & GRINDON,
COMMISSION nEBCHAm,
No. | Pardee’s Enlldlnjc. corner Sooth Water asd
Welle street. Chicago, HI.
Will give medal attention to the purchase sadsMeof
Provisions, Produce, &c.. In th!& niarLftt.
Pxtxr Macqvxvn. fans gW«-Sial A. 8. Gbxsboo.
JOSEPH H. TUCKER,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. i.. ..Board ol Trade Bonding, Chicago,a....Ho. t
Personal and exclnplw attention given to a CommSa*
slon business. ADVANCES made on.property in store
and for sale la this marset, or for ahlpinentJLfcJt.
ja2j*9My
MS. NICHOLS & CO„ HAVB
0 opened at ISS Booth Water street, Chioagc.
.General Commteloa House, for the purchase mi
'hot Grain, Floor, Provisions, Ac. and solicit com.
aignmenta and order*. To parties accessible to ML
vuulneas sveli as Chicago, in connection with Uteft
Milwaukee Bcnee, Nichols, Britt A Co* hank they oex
give finch superior advantages. aylPfLly
x.s.xiagOLs o. y. britt. il LStanEt
P E U G N S 1!
A.
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Personal attention given to the purchase and fiala «
Grain. Flour, and country Produce generally
Office, No. 2 Hilliard’a Bloclg.
N. A Comer South Water and Clark shnma.
P. O. Box 6237.
Bxfxbxnczs—Hon. Wm. B. Ogden, Bos. B. W.
mood, S. W. Ripley, Em, Chicago, III.; P. Hamoflt
Nrphs A Co., Gourd Freers, Yelverdon, Brea. M.
Sing & Sons, New York; J. H. Lucas. Bse* Kawerd
Teeson. Esq* Chiu. Chouteau. Esq* St. Louis.
Llbeml advances in»de on coosUpungnta. foISTWUW
MURET NELSON4CO.,
PRODUCE. COMMISSION AND SSXFTOMS
MERCHANTS, No. 914 South Water street. AgMlsftr
the Fulton starch Works, Oswego Coi»N.T. Liberal
cash advances on Floor and Grain lor shipment to Ott
wego or New York, or la- store, giving the shipper *c
prlvllegeof selling In either market foroM naMP
Aon.
mttsby mcjoy. [apla] «. e. Bunaa.
Meredith A KumS,
exclusive
conaussioii nmcßun,
For tie purchase and sale of Fork. Stock, Flour. QnM
and Prcdace gentraCy, No. *36 and £3 South Water
street, Chicago, nt jrtTH
ALLEN, VAKE & CO.,
ll COMMISSION merchants.
For the sale of Floor. Grain, Beet Fork. Haas*. Lard,
Better. Cheese, Seeds, 1-rled Frails, *c„ 129 See*
Water street, Chicago.
Agents for Hamburg and Western Reserve Cheese.
axles tank. &u1~;a126-ly - B. exon*.
WELI&MS A HOF STEELIN'G>,
IT COMMISSION MEBCHANTS.No. £o* SOU*
Waterstreet, second door west of Wens street bridge
give their exclusive attention to the sale aadpenimee
cf all kinds of Produce, Btocln «c., on Consialak—i
Cash advances made on oilla of lading and proper**
store. Beftr to George Smith A Co., Marina Bank Hi
George Steel A Co.
J. L. WILLIAMS. jal*6My W. P. HOUSTamW.
£ULYER & COMPANY
commission mebchahxs,
213 Sorttb 'Water Street* Chioagc*
Ja14b914
££A&£K & SPAEEOHD,
IIIIRAL GOMHIUIfII ■EBIHAIT&,
office and Warehouse, .No. 91 South Water Sink
Advances made on consignments. Particular attest
tion given to the purchase and tale fit FTeur, Gnu.
aecda, A a. on commission. atert3Hf
pOHD & N ORION,
noiw a ceMHissias lEtaun.
Fire T jot ar ehoa ss on Market street, between Lake
and Randolph streets. Chicago. ID.
Liosral advances made on consignment!.
SAjrnxx a. foeb. auiTSCMy aiimintYt—.
Bailie & s&tmoub,
e’r.GjA Clfi A«i, GENERAL COMMISSIOR
MERCHANTS C tee 141 South Water Sw. Pomeroy'S
Building, foil Office Drawci 6187, Chicago. Kx,l>-
¥».Martin, flw
Freight Acsiit C 5 ?tv B aaj<rt>&.ly
XFlfifiLlc, LAVVKKKOK & CO*
In COMMISSION MK±K>HANTS lor theyuehM
and sale of Grain, Flour, provisions and Country Prt>
-luce generally. Bnslnesc exclusively Ccmm&tiott.
Also, dealers m Sail. Lime. Water Lime " t uocol Fte
cerlcg Hair, Land Piaster; fte-utAPeußdMan*
waterstreet. albert n. sublet, BEMJAifjy xaw-
SESCE, WILT. WXUBIATX XDWAXD T. UVuMb
mbSi’R^ly
QH ARLES EaSCOLPH.
KIIUI CMBISUBB MHUDAITS
Nc. 3 Loomis Building, corner cisru ana Soutu Wat*
atreeta, Advances made oh consignments. loi'SMy
n RIFFIN B ROXHfiR^.
COMmsUON ntEBCHAHTG.
No. 8 Pomeroy’s Block, corner Boata water ana <McX
streets. Chicago. Advances made oaccaagwwtt.
r. r. **s T *yar. • mhatfSMy t-snwitt
3s CO,
. commission buwchan a,
IBS BoathWst«rSti«at l Ohl<^a>
mMTSt:
J|£UDD & OPDI&K,
Ctcncral Com«l» nerekantt,
7 Steel** Biotic. Second Floor, comer Seats Watot
and L Malle street*. Chicago.
soasj.mxmo. myITSU *.w.rann
Y. COE *- CO,
' 7 COMMISSION
For thepurchase am sale .of Fork,Floor,Gnttaod
Stock. NO. M6X Bomb Water street, Chicago, WSmOtL
wAnon ▼. com m. h. area, a. n. raanooa .
danuy •
yAH INWA6EN & CO,
Y UIEIM BMHHSin KKHMTS,
No. BDole*i BoUtUajE, corner Sovtk WiteraafOM
9traeta.CMea«o.llL mrw*
JJUMSEY, BROTHER A 00 n
GOSBHSISII HXBCSAim,
Give their ezeiaalTe attentionna tte petdraeeeA
■ale of Flour, Grain and otter
si on." No. Ml Sontt Watar met oanor aCOarffc,
Chicago. ; o )
Statists 7 Cotta. “
TiENTISTRY AT EASTERN
1/ PRICES.
DB.‘ !• O. PVLLBK
Win hereafter pat in Artfldal Teeth at tts toHov
tog prices:
Entire Seta of Teeth mqoU Plata. 9Sts|V
Upper • •• - •* Sto tt
Fnflre •• - - Tub Robber. 9to fit
Upp-r ** “ “ “ 10 to V
Entire “ “ saver. 90 U 40
Upper • Its 9
Single Teeth on Pivots or Plates. Ito id
BlaßeantifolGoldFUßnga. i to.. it
After a snceeartal practice of ilitwiU this etty.
be desires |3 bring tte pricea of good Dental wo«s»
an Zaatara etandarA BBd om tt evavy naoett <»ecaM
ble work to tbe same honorable and satltnctoryna*,-
neraakaretofera. Increased gaoigjtto
iutuu. a. tatu. course. AMkm toatirt*
distance to Post ofl» Box ladk “*
T |W“ TEEMS caftlli 9_ . .
Not 9 Clark street opp. Co«t hoosa.
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