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KALVTIG AND
. PHV&KIAN.
A
1)«. If. C. WOODiItLL,
.\xtPc-r and Lorturer on Olironio
Diseases
era the raot-t certain, epecdv and effectual remedies
t: «• wmlij for the cure of th* fodowing conralalnt*
ir oVmJiirU l tin;..;., viz: D.'so-'-eA of thcTbroil.
:i£*. Heart. Spleen, l.h tr. Stomach, Drop>v la the
e?t. Kyc aril Kbr.Kfccumatl.Mu, Neuralgia. Tit*, and
Nervous Derai-gen.eut*. all dUvaie* of Ibood.
rcfula. Erysipelas. Careers. Fever Sores, Leprosy
J Kldr.pvs. r.n! all compileit*\l Cfcroale Cour'lsla’*.
e D.>r:or> practice It founded on liut-i seventeen
::1? stbl.iliLg. I'Jilvib from all wlliOiS.
trifling with, human existence, sacrificing
life by experiments.
1 l.e Hr. knows upon «*sailnatlon the can«e of the
«p»,' c rer'ekv -fr-’pi to remove tt.not nypue?*-
g.l.utbv k; .iwhslsr analyse* me aitd alt
'»n !r r’..|. 3lV he urC*. 0.l mineral and
lous i rd!f.i;e< d-lit--I. tl.e Dr. tors «llr
i r-l-fi-rr''. rr.rt infer count! !c.«. which he f.udt of
M;ti v lv ha--:'al.rgH’!. It Kto be hoped that
\-l ; a\e :t.ivl doctors and advertised rat*dl
in-' n: t:l wvrr oat and discouraged. will dtenalr n-.-t
a cti'-c ur.tu t*.i% i»vp pive.-i Dr. WV medicine and
"i .•**c i i>rrnj ; ’;> a t:lsi. During his travels lie lias
*■" t:-r iriMrumeut »u (tod's of restoring to
■ filth ar;d tlicnsaud* by la>ing on ofiianda
r« J'v. v ii<> wfts mi the of the jjrar**.
sren.’w •I’-Inf monaments ot his sklUan-isacccss
i t*CMtu>.“M; at,a :.:o dally ezelatmlng: b«
f rt.-’v f.rst «p saw and partook oftlie Analvtlc
.1 v eilin' Dr.'s trf atmt'nt." r.if>‘r
cr bill be r’.irorfnllv given whet, mpilr.-ii. The Dr.
IV, • ledpe Ms rep*.;t.itl«n and stake hi a all to ntilM
•-nr.iitiiX rures in ell r«a-»lieundi'*r:akes. His mode
• \.in-.lrstton Is with the Eve. and by an Analytical
of the waste material of thebo-ly. He there
ro fiin-stintis. nor rejjulrr>* invallls to ev
R ;r syn.ptoias, tcihfcc thr cause aati Tocaiioa of the
•irw v ;th !<« rft-iM ef rtaintv.
h . IV- Dr. n .>.~uhß’.l ‘•t eoi'ntc’.y a.lveitlsvs nothing
it wi at be basthc r.hlhry to perforin. All forms of
mule nt.imdm! with the happiest results.
who raaiK-t cot buUU;cdociiir lu permit, by
rtr.p a Flatentfut of xhejr cases, will be attended to
oM'Kv. and nietlieiue forwarded by ciprusa when
r.cc srd office—No 10 Harrison street, near
'Lipan avrrtic. Cl.lcapo. HI, l&‘-zT5l St
'UK CONFESSIONS AND KX
ITEKILyCK OK A
.\ERVO?>* HYILID.
'ui.lished forthcbcneOt and as a caution to young
•r« a;.d others whe sutTcr from Nervous D.*nli!ty.
rl> Dccav and thrir kindred nUmcot»—sannlylng
r i!i.fcn*of?slfcnrc. l>y«nc who has cured .ibuscli
n a (i-'Uin cf infvplncod confidence In mcdl*
I fc!;;;it.;ig a;.d ijuackc!-. itv enclosing a postpaid
.-Ctr l cavrlop. ►lngle ecnies may be bad of the
Her. NATHANIirL MATFAIK. Bedford,
.’■pscounty. New Tork. JaSO-zdSU-Sai
IMIE GOOD SAMARITAN
X podlivelv cure« and all dUcasoa
-adlnz to It.’ Call •’ roar case by leMer. with
: irr.n Advlrp i-c«. Delay Uda iperou* if you are
iw-uWMi Tbiriv one y«*re practice and experience.
:c cal Mi;rl or mfi-fmvtvd. Medicine* sent by msdl
•exp*f*a Oifii*e utin 1-»boraturv2tt 1 2 South Clark
aiaSg 1 - rMIOOMIiOi:7 -DR.PRAB0 D r.
Y CARD.
eafaess and Blindness.
UK rvDF.R TOf'D, calls and AnrtJt. Operative
;rg-.'cu, its lU:>LCl]fc street. 1 car thcSherman House.
Chicago, Illtkots.
D- r h»» devoted hUprofawliiualMfetoOphthalmlc
ret Aural Mci'.'.i-trc and Sargerr.uud receives monthly
h tic new ami Inhesion* hi«trc;uor.U and apparatus,
re tlii 1 dill* r*.r.t modes of trctuiwnt used fw the re-
V;' end cur.'<.f thcfe art»«l.-)!»sln all the Ophthalmic
~'i Aural lfo»4|.iti*l*. aud Inhrmarlo* of Lund.m. Fart*.
Vrrlin and Vienna. He performs nil the approved
,! cicnl and •ii-iJern operation* for Dearoosa, Cataract.
;;M! c:al Fuatl. Oiow Eve. Eutroplam. Ectropmm.
•••.J.l.vh.n c.,n>t.ueLarlifvmall«. and The removal of
emor?. wen? and «vurk)aa growth* of every dMcrliv
uti ArttUcial Errs and Earßrums ln»crled. and
iamlnatloii? conunrted with ttic Ophthalmoscope,
turiacopc Stt>c».p»*. Pi»*rrueo*c»'pe and Ophthalmic
-r> scope inatmucrU and machinery that brilliancy
mate the whole exterior. Interior and posterior
-n-U of tin: F' h and Ear. thu* revealing the cause and
.••urc cf u;s:S of the eve and ear that have
iillieito he* n thought fcnavtr blUdonln darkaca* and
uipcTitrj.blvobNLTrity. ja7-yS72-lm
AMBROSIA
FOR THE HAIR.
A J;a-.ilAOT>:cnMd f f hair 1» arrnwu of dory. W;tn
r.t->n,v curr sed ra'.tc.re it will *• & t rolpcti.-m tu
a* ;„t:? 1.-the tab* rt* - . t: *h«: rt . r tV !
t« iV.i t»f». h rr.llLlM-i'h A'.iU.*U'*l V
t; »■.-r.lv article v»*t rrd lh;.» wj'. tnln* about
:> . »■;:*. U U a w.wtXV.c. -by cxtmr*
r' ■ ■■ t*. Larks »■'i ■■'“ ibs and, .■ i:* t;naln>»a,
m.aii.ni-y tu.d sit-p*.s it-p*. It J* irtd:cj.’y adapted »■* Lrß
ih rvr and ».i<l t-» the beauty ot fie Lair. Tnz out
at;: n ix vet mwnvxfiu miT era* th*
j;-> . .-Kui im-*LVi>c«t’sT;*u»;h*inrouno4-.
Pon>a)« by
BLISS A SIIAKI'. 11l Lake street,
r.- .l ill Uni Aiftite for Chicago. 111.
pATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE.
J.J 1 li'-1 ‘.£t U1 IV.O UOuid.
WHIM A'BATCHELOR'S
V t’ rstrrt Hair Drp produces a rotor not tobcdl**
;; zt’.'-’-cd Jrot>i r.r.tt:re-v.-arrantcd not to injure the
,j.r ,:i c.n Ir.ist: rc'v.eitiirf inelti eZvcla of Lad
mJ .ntlgcmles the Lair for life.
GREY, RED, OR RBSTY HAIR
r.*t;.r.i'.y tunir a vnlmdid Bltrk or Browe. leaving the
v *■ Kf'i t ai.d Veauuful. sold J«v all Drng:Ut«. &e.
;vi l liulr.c ls«;u»cd ttiinam A. Baichrlor on
• frvut oi «scu Los. Fariorv SI JUrrlav-at..
■ * Tori; rale in.' : uo.'daavand 1G Bond.) jyv g.HMy
>AT AKRiI! CATARRH!
Dr. Seeley's Li<;cM fatfUTli Remedy,
A sure cure for
Catarrh or Cold in the Ec-ad.
lr t e-aiuer lorn t* ( tbanror.sotni'lioa.and r»y
*r- . - iLt :.r.-t v-«,n tlie latter. I'erso’isj’ionia
1 t:.at ttie belter way to cure consumption la
t »rtil St.
•; 1 ,• ►vjvrtors'j of f'atarrb, as tJiev generally apr»rir.
tr i.t s':»: t Js’ gbt, Fvrwas find tiirr Lave a co’d
i :cj • t!'ut la ' ti-.r, frfqß' , r»4 attacks, and arc more
,t • -to tl.c!.. 1 .;,;:*!- of Icmpcrature. In l ; »l> con
<•!. tt «• :.om* ic..v we irv.ora s'.igi;*. dls?:urge. tula
nl. tJurvarda bpeontlng thick and na'icslte.
A» t'c >!'«•*>' t tTOTie* ehron'c ttie discharge*are lu-
Tt ii n. ..u-m.fr.aEd obargu«lln quality; they are
. tt ih-tL-la .’tv a»d:vre either rot rid ofhv hlow
'•'m; c-r.>- or vac
•'.-1 r -i cr cVisshtd oi. '"lbe ncrf.tio-m are o:h- i*ive.
i- .U' l " n P..d hrvath . tar voke is thick aud ts.taaUtkC
- r, < t.».A. f : vi.s*i ofjar.ol! Is teis.neJ or de-
f ‘ , r; il .M'd oi 'rVl!l\“r!i>VAtAlii:H'i:EMEDr. aU
:> ~.v is i - '■dctftnaliv rc.novvj.
; • . v..rti :;e
w.th iu I L..d e : uuf dirczt;o:.e. tent >y>x
: r- •*.
01= t. 182 SoatL Clark Street, (Dp Stairs.)
•».. .. Dr. D. JI. SKKLVfi.
:tn Port Otbce 801 ih-'.l. Uueago. iil.
C.M;B TO THE LADIES.
Er. Er.pcnco's Golden Pills
FOU I'tuIALKS,
■ iib’c *n corrvettJ'g. regalath-g. and reinoririgah
rj* P ;r.a :;i;;.r 01 I!.S " luotifiilv pe: - <t»ds“ iro»» '* what*
< UM. •'ilwsv*? :ia » prrvealvMve,
r.-. ' ;’ i-<>:;lv sure :u d reluhie mid.cine ever know 1
V-V':V; <! jV.i jK-aha’-to feiea’i-s. «l:et'*'r ••nr
m d it p-ncii*. j.rx»viaiap %><a Ifel Ine genuine
" Mu-tii •! Li.-hiV wl 1 ..oinrtlea'ar in oh?“rvl'’T *r
o'rr.loi Ciedirecliong. tij* Inzwdlttit* of the P*'l<
. r «•:;.!!.• krowsi to e\ trv agent, ami thev will Inform
.or tiie i*iH* arc perfecliy Uoriuless, and will doa’.l
• cd tor llicai.
Frlce, SI.OO per Box.
’General Wiolcs.dc Agents.
jo’.d In CldChßo by
A SMiTh street,
H SCOVIL. >-U Jn’.phi.trrcl.
IV. I). >. ■W’r.stTFtrfPt.
PTLI.i-'U A 1 34 and I>< Market Klreet
.1 K(iKMHI’LJ). •V'sort« Clark MrcOl,
c; M I' HUO i HMi*. a*: Randolph rf-evt.
V .v I? M Rin’RKK S;1 Randolph-“trecl.
a’ i: rvrcnnx. vre*tLukestm-t.
»,j" .11 jiOM 11. cui i.er of Clark an.’ Adams street,
I \titW r% trr.iltnc»fTUKS"ri’-e “above agents*'
f oo u.-t-rrhiic cuicit.o - Popl office" can have the
i'liir 6pm io**nr.*ifsitlJitty) *-v wall, to any part o» t.ie
ri.nnlry. “treeid postage.
n I: l.APir- 1 ' He wry Buy nothing
n' r.l **l>opouc"*9 Golden Pirn •Mserrafter.nule-*son
« ,- .d the ►icuularv cf k. l>. Hone on ear*! b-**. which
•>, t rrn t.iir bion added, on account of the I*lll* haring
Lt .*n rocSTPKKcITKU. seiS-uldt-Gm
| MPOHTA-vT TO FEMALES.
1 mluon of Ingredient* t**-thcwPl.l* are the
’•c-eltol a Ion;: and tr.HnMic practice. They are mild
11.1,dr opciuhin, underlain la correcting all trrego
’a:ltie» Painful Menstruations. removing all oburuc-
w 1 vt : < r Loin ew*«i *.r utLcrul-e. headache, pain
{• t*ir .‘do pftipU.'.tion ofthc in-art. white*. all nervoas
Vs ’jiVi»:L- les fr.tjtnr.p:J:iintliet«ax?kftndlhnlw
*r lU.'turbt-d clot-pi vriacli arise from Interruption of
S.»ti;re.
DR. rm-ESETIAN'S PILLS
Wa* the commencement ot a new era In the treatment
ct i c-«' L:eg;s!urll;to and detractions which have
••■•-ndenrd eo manv to apncKATrßKojta.T'*. Nofcma.e
. -r.v u;',or g..0.l :.c*lKj ariiesanfce i» regalar. and whra
•' it an ob'lruction takes place the general health be
iii,.La to decline *
DU. cnEraEUAN’S PILLS
Are the most effectual reraedv ever known for all co«-
nlaltit* peculiar u> : : «ra»i.*«<.‘To an cla**ra they are
'cralrahlc iNTt-cir.-o. w:m CERTAiiTT. miooicxi
begtlakitt. Tfcev are known to thousands, who have
r.-vd them at dlO-ienl pi*rii>dK.lhro;;Kiionltnccountry,
havit-g li e siii.etion of SOUiC of the mo&l
i*nv.>:'*i*Kb in AmniCA. _
i xpLtciTEPir.FcnoNs.BTATiyo wirEfTnurenoru)
..nr nr rum. wUh each J'.c>T-t!ie Phicjc ONuDOLLea
U>r. corw>i»ilng fn-m 5u to OOFl'is.
1«V, K-r.tbv s»-.*ii. proniptlv.by reinlalngtothe Agent
£• JosWe street. MlI) r.T Deugoists* OENSKAIU.T.
tr' s-.ld lcCldcr.ro at price by LORD
C SMITH. apifi-lyr .
SgglS THE RE g
HAIR RESTORER
AND
ZYuOB ALSAtVJUM ?
Convincing Testimony:
T.r.v. C. A. nrCKItEH. . „ ,
A»»!»unt Treasurer American Bible I nlon Sew
York Cite, wrbn.: “I very cheerfully add my
te«ttmv to tlist of nnmrron* friend*, to the treat
t ftlue of Mn. S. A. Allen’s World’s Hair Restorer
ft: d 7.tlohal«rtnam.** _ ,
Piv wvf CPTTFII. S>w Tork City: My hair 1«
> if* natural color, and growing on bald
’ v! '.MJ CORNELL. New York City; “I procured
n lor & lela’lre. The falling of the hair stopped,
1 It from being prey to Its natural and
■p.: v'XivKST! C p‘r o okl vn. L. L: *’l will tcftUY to
tv-.r-.ni.,,. t’ lC liberal t*e»»e. They have
r. n ,y trhere It was bald, and. where
erirlita’i color.*’ , . .
»- Cl Hi. Horton. Mass.; -I have used
turn; »m : j-rfj.t • ;rect lam now neither bald nor
rMnV'u- ••°' r wa * dry and brittle; It Jsnow soft
\’i, DWinN *Porton.Mas*.; “That they pro
n*. tc 1..* prj>vv. t where baldness Is. I
h»v«- the« vidimce ol aiy C wn ey«.”
S-cJ l»y Druggi.-ts throughout the ‘World.
rittvcrvAL «aue» ornez.
!-c. irs Cr; Cii-.ilcli s tw y or t.
Lteerons Certificates I
as above.
j>OYAL HAVANA LOTTKIiY.
• w Tu drr.wir.pof Jan. VCtl*. 1553.
7-.V ?£ 7 L dnvr 10/ m druw
V ■,• tssr,,oOrf; n.iocdrctr lio.vjO; i't;irg the live c*;»l
j‘. rf Aijna.bT.: ofSOpur cent pain on prizes.
furnished. Highest rtios paid far
. .:
• TA7LOI! A- CO., lir.uk*-*
1C v.’all Blrcct, New York.
Banking anti (gnljmigr.
Ld. OTXISTKO & CO.,
• Comer Of Lake ami LaWle streets. Chicago.
Negotiate Loans cq Bond and Mortgage*
SlT*Kone bat flr>lcla>-»real estatesecurities taken.
ec2C nTS-ly
KITED STATES KEVENUE
STASU J S.
All kinds or Rcveuuo Stamps onhanil
now, and for sale at tb.o
TRADERS’ BANK,
Northwest comer of Clark and Lake streets.
jal-yTIS-lm
ERCHAN TS’SAVINGS LO^VN
i’X & TIU.'ST COMPANY,
CAPITAL $500,000.
HENRY FARXAM. ITre L S. A. SMITH. Vice Pres't.
L. J. GACK. Cashier.
Tlsta Itifetltotloii will Discount Paper, buy and anil-
Kvcliai ge tu.d toln. and receive money on deposit,
par interest thereon when left a spcciUcu period: will
receive monev :or aecnumlall -u. when leil lor a term
of years; and receive and execute Tzcsr frost
Courts Corporal Iou«, ludlTldualsitud
Kstatcw.
OCco. cornet of Late and Dearborn streets.
uicrcroßß:
.1. ii. Dantiam. James Hoodwln. Henry Kara am
John H. Foster. D. K. Holt. il, ll.Magto.
r.L.Yoe. IV.lLDoggrtt. A. 11. Harley,
f. B. Cooley. C. 11. McCormick. T. D. Gilbert.
6. A. Smiiii. uih~-n3H-ly
DOOLITTLE, Banker and
H.
DEALER IN EXCHANGE,
-SO South C r lnrk fStreet,C’iicago,lU
ir m i*art!cc»a: attci-lion given to Collection J.
i 5.,::.; .-my
BAN K O K A3I Ell icA.-Pnl>lic
Nouce is hcrcbv given. Cut ill Bills or Circalat
xtg Notts o;‘ the
“ BANK Ol? ALTERS r.I,M
ncrelofore ;r.eori-oratea ui;d du:ug h:i>..:a:r» la the city
o. Chicago, .ladci thcßcacriil banking !»w< of the Slate
of Illinois, intuit be presented for pay.smut to tbw Audi
tor of Public Accounts of K-ild State, at his oiUcc, in
ILe cltv of tfprlnglleld. within three years from the
tfj-e hereof, or the muds deposited for the redemption
cr Raid notes wil> be given up to said bunk.
Dated thiffiOtli d*y of May. A. D. I*n.
GKiIICGK SMITH, President.
K. w. WiU.»UP. t':ifth!rr. Jy2i-6^3koJel-6l
r rilK MEUCIiAN TS, KAKMKUS
X AND MIiCHANR'S SWING’S BANK.
52 Clark. Street, Chicago, 111,
Office hours from IP A. SI. to SP. SL Also, from 2P.
M. to S P. M. Tuesday aud Saturday.
INCORPORATED IN 1861.
Six per cent. littered paid on Savings.
DintCTOLp A>T) omOEBS.
President—S. 11. FLEETWOOD.
Vlee-Prre'*—K. C. snziaiAK. counsel—Wat. C. Gotmr
Vice Pres't-P.IkWESTraII. cashier—Smtcar M rccs
boaud or kiaxuszes.
J. r. Fargo, J. M. Rountree, M. Lewis.
J. iL .lone*. T. S. PhlUipS. S.S. Haves,
J. Kebm, Brewer. RevJ).Dmme,VG.C.». Dole,
K. H. TrlHlams. J. G. Gladclc. A. H. Burley,
Ed, llemikstcad, T. 11. Bccbo, W, B. Scatea.
11. N.IUsfiOpJUX.D. A.Gscc. lion. W.H.Ogden.
J. M. W. Jones. NVI K. Doggetk seSI-uC-i^-ly
YAK YLKGK - TUCKER,
4 Broad Street, New York,
BAHKERS AND DEALERS
—IN-
Cr.mumfut Securities, American Gold, Uozues
tU-and reread fcrehaege,
faulU3U-Cm]
J. T. V *X VJ.VCE,
RANKING HOUSE OF
CHAPIN, WHEELER & CO.,
Corner of Lake and Lasalle sts., Chicago, HI.,
Transacts a
General Banking Business
B. ciiAPIN. President.
M. D. BrcnartAK. Cashier.
H. ihania, South Bend Branch. John It. Howo, Lima
llmurh. Hank of the State of Indiana; A, B, Judson,
MUiiftwakjv. lad.; C. T. Wheeler, Chicago. lit.; Tolmaa
Wheeler, do.: Hiram Wheeler, do. iah33-u2331y
BANNERS AND DEALERS IN EXCHANGE,
BANK NOTES. GOLD. SILVER, &C..
sn|VC'*-ly it’Olark at., Chicago, 111. .
J W. DIiEXEL & 00~
Bankers and Brokers,
42 South Clark Street, Chicago, 111,
DEALERS IN
DOMESTIC aND foreign exchange,
Stock*. Bank Note*. Land Warrants. Specie. 4c.. Ac.
Dei-oulte received. Collections promptly made.
Draiu on Ireland. Franco uud Gcniiuny. >or aaluiu
same to suit
deaw ox
HELD, SREXEL & Co., New Fork.
BREXEIi & Co., PDUadclpliia.
mySrlsJ-ly
n.\T!Xa EHT VnUtUED AS
AGENCY AT CHICAGO,
Is prepared to do a General Banking Business. Buying
aud Soiling
Eactsm and Starling Exchange,
Dlscocutlng PRODUCE BILT.S based oa shipments,
making
ADVANCES G» STORAGS RECEIPTS,
l.’c pavatile In < HlirAGO. or at other points. Receiving
Deposits and Collecting cotmnerei il r.«t«*r.
lr E.W. WILL \ HD. Agent.
Q. XL MAX, SON & CO.,
'BA.XSTKIESE.S,
47 Exchange Place, 7ic\v Yorlc.
Particular attention devoted to Western business.
V.'srtTEtsX RcrKKKXCCs.—CLapin. Whoeler & Co.,
rbic-iao. HI.: Wwvotmlu .Marine and Kire Bisurancc
<O. Jniik. Mihiaukee; Mate W»uk of lowa aud
Brut flits; Stale havings Association, bt. Louis.
Mhlfl-uMS-ly
Business ®ar&s.
■VrORTHWESTERX PEXSIOX,
J-l BOCNTT ANDCL.MM AGUNCT.—Prize money
At;d all claim* crowlnz oniofthfiWAr colloct-d. • No
rjttircc ft.r advice. Addroas. with stamp. ISAAC It.
HITT 4 co.. No. S8 Dearborn street, Cidcogo. 111.
JuIP-vira-lni
I?KOCH WOODS,
IJJ (B'icce«*or to CHAS. A. EATON.)
180 LAKE STREET,
Gun*. Sportlnc Apparatus* FDUIng
Tackle, Pistols, Botrlo Knives,
&7iO WiILBTARY GOODS,
rowclcr and Shot.
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
arlnSOMy
pOBUUX & MARKS,
V> AMERICAN AND FOREIGN
PATENT LAWYKBS& SOLICITORS,
Office, No. 11 Larmon Block, Chicago. 111.
Offices established at Wa»hlngtoa, D. C„ in 1R33.
*• •* London. England. In IS6).
•• *• Paris, France. In 1960.
*• “ Vienna, Austria, la URL
Circulars conlalnlnp full Instructions to Inventors
sent gratis on application.
CUT Western Inventor* will please address ns at
Chicago. Post Office 80a4«3. jaUz43-lm
\\ T M. LANGE, Wholesale and Re
* T tan dealer la Fresh and Salt Meats, Beef aad
Pork by the barrel.
515 STATE STREET, Chicago.
Post Office Box 10*3.
Ftearnbcat*. Propellers and Vessel* famished at the
shortest notice, aud on reasonable terms, JaS-yTM-liu
17RXEST TRUSSING,
Jj
BEAL ESTATE AGENT,
O Lnrmon Tlloclc, Ohicngo, Illinois.
Loans negotiated on real estate security, jyt-sfita ly
J S. KIRK & CO.,
SOAP AND CANDLE 3IANCFACTFEERS,
And dealer* In Rosin, Soda Asb.Tallow. Tallow OU.&e
18 Sc 20 River Street, Chicago*
am-gffi<-iy
Bags.
BAGS, BAGS, HAGS,
FARWELL’S
STEAK BAG MAHPFACXOEY.
No. 12) South Water st.. Chicago.
.rfags and. Sacks
*lh every ocwrlptloji furnished oa abort no
Xire at.c nnated with Nkw *ni> Bp.MrTiroi.
•srvj.pp. SIMEON FA EWELL,
.n^tui'.r
POBS EXCHANGE.
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Bag 3s/Eaji\ifaotory.
HART, ASTEN & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OP
IB G- S!
Of every description,
157 South Water Street. 157,
MILLERS,
SEAMLESS,
GROCERS,
FLOUR,
GRAIN,
GUMNY,
MIA AHD FEED BASS.
cir second-hand bacs alwaja on hand.
B; rs loaned to shippers.
mvjiMOaTy
®as .fitting unit plumbing.
J> 'D. JtcFARLAXE’S
Cas, Steam Fitting and
FLUMSIHG ESTA3USHMEHT,
£4 tnaalle street, CUlcaso,
D.ALSE IX
tss nxxcEEs axd ikox rnmrrxE,
Practical Plumber,
And Manufacturer of
AIX KINDS OF STEAjI WORK.
TO THE TRADE
M PJtUnc and Plumbing business. Re-
GUdlneand nronrine none to order.
IV- vnd 103 East Wtuhlngton atroet,
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Barry Catbcrhie T raise Bready Mary Atm rales
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Benrv Bridget mrs Bryan S A mre
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Warner Nellie K nils* Wynne Margaret turn
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Allen Jnnicß F Anderson S C Aycra Junlas
Ayvrt* Otie c«pt Allen John W
Andrews A A Allwell F AiklnWA
Appleton &co Anderson TO AntlionyWm P
Am tin Aea Adams T W Adams Johu
Allard Charles Andrcts &co II Adnata mr
Ariugtoadr Avery Henry M Archer John
Allen David O Alexander.! E Ames Miner T
Angus R B Andrews J N AbbottLawrencc
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Atwell Frank
Ball & Toting Barden Feeder- Bennett Charles
Babbitt W M ick Bc:clj Chatka
Bartlett WB Barbour SP Bvll Charles A
Ball Morris Barnes Koval B Benfiett Ciias A
Baker Wm S Baxter E S Dennett A
Ball William H Banks'Chas LS Beers CLarb's
BattcisballJohn Barrett Caleb Beers £ Mor-
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Baldwlne JohnC Barrett Patt Bickford AM
Bailey WH H2 BarnesChatlcs Behliugßrothers
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Barron Jolm V 2 Bates BZ 2 Bell John
BaldwiuT Barry A C B-uuctt Joseph
Baldwin G S Barker & Bush BlackwclUohuD
Bettmar.u Sami Barhonr A D Beetle C J
Bdldwin Fred- Bailcv’A M Beers JM
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Blyholdcr J B Bry.-on Charles BranlageßyroiiU
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Brout D R
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Freeman M
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Farrell J Fish A Fox Edwin B
Fielier Joseph. Flowers J A Foley CII
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GarnLainrd Green John&co Gonsor Abram
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Gitford John Gwcnuck Jolm Green Martin
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Gleeson John 2 Goodcli JamesH Goodwin Wm A
GaiVenev John Green Hugh OraagerAadrew
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Hall Alfred Hickey Thoa Haw hrth Henry
Harris Bros HistineGeo Howe HR
tlcrricon C H Iliggla H A HowcVan BnraC
HangbeyßP Hill Henry HoldcnHenry
Hanley Haul Hlust Tom Uollingswrth HC
Hager Eliiah W Hicks D JI Hunt H F
HazeltonE II Biggie cayt Jas Hopkins S P
Hawkins Edwin Hill’ Wm Holland Ohs-* C
Harris E A Hyde Mason 2 Holland Thos C
Harris Robt W Hyraes Lewis Q Homes Q B
Harris S Heady Michl Holden RufusCS
Hanchett Seth MHendrickr-caplMHutilaan E L
HardcnFrar.cisGHefirieu Wm Hurlbnt Edwin
Harris Sami H Hei.tryJu6 H.illChasJ
ITamlon StephenHcrdmnn J & co Howard CalvinP
llairis It Hendricks Jacobllobart Chas F
Haiilon Thos Hcr,noally Stt phllull J
Harris Thos Hentiv 0 it Homback P A
HarbidgeTho? HeaJnoC C C
Huwkhurrt JW HetmanMF HoidenN
Hall Geo E Helracr Richard Howard A B
HansbrorghW Healy Patrick Hunt A W
UauebectH Higgins AD UosmcrJ: S’.dp-
Hanlcv.7;;nicsO HvdeNN, man
llaktll HII Hatch JC Hough & Wortz
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Irwin John H Johnson Jonas Jones CE
& co Johnson Joou L Jackson Edwd J
IrgovJP Johnson John Jackson RobtS
IvV‘> Jame« Johnson JamcaTJcwett Albert
Irwir.David.fcco Jones C R James Kinlcy
Ire hi James Jones Owen «& co
Tglfhart Cha<» D Jones John E Jonnius* Ren
Irslec Samuel ir Jones John M Jacobs’S U
Irv. ini Mitchell Jones John Jewell Stephen
JohnsonSaincapUanmon Tbos Judd Warren
Johm-tonSamlD Jenkins Thomas Jaynes William
Jem on AloxandrJoy Thomas Janes J John
Joluifton C S Jewvll George Jewell Jacob
Johns nAnth JanesTß JumeonJohnA
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Kenllcr ired Kirk Wm Kncelnnd D C
Folly J M Kidder WC prof Kctnp Satnl S 2
KavenrcbJamcs KompW H Keyes O M
Kerr J 0 Krnnan Mike Kimball SP dr
King J H&co 2 Kinnl il Y KroskorF
KavanaghJamosKiimy Averyß ivvlley Sami
King John Kimball Oliver Kelley Stephen
Kean John Keating M Klnnf Prank
Kcrcalv John Kline A P Kellogg Geo W
KenneoT John Kcnth Chas W Krick Geo
Keegan John Kimball Am* Kolley Timothy
Keller John H broscL Kce.'auGso
KUmorc JohnN Keenan Peter Kimball Geo A
Kinney John Keefe Dennis Kennedy IIP
Kemper Wm Kaye Dan K-.mhall J W
KosnicyWa KccnoDtor Kennedy Isaac
Lcrew*’ Henry Lawrence John Loomla George
Lavtcu James LaneES . .LongT
Lcnlglsm John Lcc-on Chrletr Logan Thomas
Ltorsid Joseph LaMott Cbnrlep LnngThouus
LI-I, tliair Wm Lamott C Lawy Lindiey Itobt A
Lf.nditdi JdKn Leaaon Chrlatr Lockwood U K
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Lindsey Wm Lauelola Nich C Locke JII ■
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LanpWmJ LnwJSAco LighthallJN
Levitl M J Loonaul Wm W Lyuam John
Lawler Michael John
Land LIT Luce Joseph D Low sen; 3 -.nt
L-.wisA Phillips Loomis <&l£lng Lomax John
Lcpg George It LouttA SouiiuesLittlc John
Lai don F ft Lind A M Little William
Layton JiuneaW Low capt- Lyman Wui
Mantel! Butters Mather &cos Madi*onS2
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Maim Wm F Mono ilennii.-g S Mdsw-ai Henryß
ilauilWm \V* Merrill AugsM SMenlou John
Modgno Tho«? H Malehcll A C dr Marshall Geo
Maher James Martin A A Margnorat PMD
Mooch Jas W 2 Merreck Cha P SMcCarthy Nchlt
Meek James Manec Childs McCabe&£l:ighes
Main Jacob Manson Angus STcElliorey J A
MatesJatucfl Mots Chas McßridcJohnll
Malone Jolm Malay Kobt 8 McCann JH rad2
Mahony John Mayrranklm MrElhose Jaa
Murphey James Madmen Jno Mel vflle John S
MnnnJnoA Madden Jno McMarelT
Mullen Jco A Mickcl Rcnbcn McFarland Q
MooreJuoil Miner A Bisedl McCarthy Tim,
Moore Jno V M*-nd AN& co SfcGnUh Thos
Mn!leiiMlrl ael Milks A Mclntosh RD
MartaughMlcbl Mitchell David McEllizmh HI
Moutnomcry A Myers Cal puvidilcFarhmU Coll
Morris Geo S Middy David McEwcu Peter
Morey Wm Winlptc Adam P-ucAlerman Ptk
Myk-s, Yonrg AMnllfgan Frank ifcLanghlln Ptk
co Mliey Edward MoDonaldcapt A
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McnlsAWati- MifkroF McDonald Alex
til Htller Wm McKeUapjico
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Mashes JM MU'crJoclS McCarthy Michl
Mun)!*yPatr!ck:iMlllcr S S McDermott Lake
Mntchfen Cha«» I Middaugh H O Mcßride Michael
7«cwn-y Dtnl S Montgomery F Medina Mat
Mcwgau Putk G Moee Frank G Mcßride Wra M
Morgan Dan Morgan Richard McKhnoa Joo
Morgan dr DT Moore Sid McCwabc Jno
Mccgnn Danl Murray Thoa V McGorcrn Jno
MontnrgeEcub MonldingThos McHugh Jno
MowrerDavid Morton firo McL’min Jno
Mooder, MichlceMoort*Henry McDonald Jno
& co Halcomb J C Mcßobarts Jno
■ Morris James McC-hesney JR
Murry Jno McArledJiio
NbwFome Ben Neal Patrick Nicola Jasia
Neal H H Noyes CimsH Nolan - J 2
NewhmyNE Nias R Norton Horace «fc
Noel .Joseph Nagelc Ernest co
Nb hols A Britt Norton S W Nelson John H
Nolan Pali A Nottor Geo S Newton Walter
Noble Ctaa; Nyman TW Newton Isaac
Noble CN* Naught Hoary Newton Wm
Norclell C R Nath Henry 2 North Levi J
Nicolay Charley
O’Brran Edwd O’CulHvan John Ormsby John
O’UryanJoim OitignonllG Oliver W W
O’lJonnfll SimonO’naro Thoa OsburnA
O’Donnell Neal O'Leary Martin OrtrumWF
O’Donimll Terry O’Brian Then O’Neal K C
O’Shea James O’Keefe CornliusO’Nenl John
O’Connor JH O’RrtlyMC O’Ncr-l Joseph
OTonnoi Edmd O’Day Bryan O’Neal PJiineas
O’Connell John O’Brian Dnnlel O’Neal DP
O’Domivll Neil Ondcnlonek U NOverhoUcr N W
Peckbatn NathuuProdor Jerome Donnie Thoa
I’htUii.L AA- Porter Du\ld Pc.-.kJowW
Patchui A .T’ Price mr Pcitle J
Dyotl Middleton Pratt C E PMtoa J N
Power Michael 2Price Abner Peters Henry M
Ihit’cvH'ti AU-x Pottyman N D Peasollarryeapt
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Pearce S;»m Partruh itir Pearson &co GW
Price Su min Pikemr Palmer G
Port Fcrdliisucl Power EhtnDuyPureoiw P B 2
Pitkin Edw 9 Poinelr Geo Parker Ru«sell
Polinrd Jerome Patton LD Patterson R E
Place Shunnim Phillip** WM :J Parker EF
Porter E i’avt-on Parker A A Page Cha master
Prentice T.’in Parsons Post E Peacock EP
Pitman Wl) Pa-klmrrtJ PerryChasCS
Putman Victor CPhiihps John 9 Putnam &Peck
Pratt G N 'Phillip* James
Quigley John Quigley M-ilachlQuirk John
Quinlan mr Quackeuhush DJQuiuu Bernard
Quinn Sajnucl
Rankin J A Riley AW RyrmWm
Richards J A Riceflcid A B RobinsonWnilor
Randall Aaron FRioh Byron Robertson Wm
Rent Rlelcv Allen RogersJuo
Rice D Thos 9 Reading & Mead Robinson Juo
Rvcrson W n md RossJasß
Richardson G R Raustead.fcLonipßyall Jno
I’ordcnHuttinnv Rutt Peter Robey James
Renner Ji.o J RuMer Orlando Roger? James T
Rousseau Jnoll Roberts H F Rowe Tin
Uhcade- Jno A Robert Ganson Root(*t:ofl
Itiee J J II Robinson B W Ross T J
RicholEon Jr.o Ryftn Thoa Rosa S A
Reed Wm Alex RyanMichlT Rnsa.dl P&lrlck
PawfonWm Rodgers Lewis Roberts IIJ
Pmisom SC &co Roughen IBirtiu Rose Geo
Richnioiidßefserßc-crkcMlch! Roberts S
Rirhardr David Runyon RF Rosa Peter
RaadolphCharließobfngon R E9 Ryan James
Ratioan C A Ramsay Robt Rounwonh Stral
RcdrtoiteA K Row■ \\ n» G RobbinfßP
Rice B B Kockwood W Roatch Patrick
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Si-ottLlm? G SblplettWrltcuP Shufcldt W W
ShenviuO Serclin John Sbunly Francis
SuhroA Sampson Job A SawersbyFranß
Sherwood Allen Savage John 9 Sh.-uiton Frcdv
Sell Andrew s Scott John Shumway &co
Sluonds HovtlinScaies Jos.’pih S Sherwood F R
Flit-ldon N K Shatter Jacob F Smith RW
Shear. Packard Seeley J R Spurlmra Wm
& co Scott Jotnes Speers William
Savillo Ilenry Semmcs J B Smith Wni C
SayloeU V Sheldon J C Singer Joseph
Sanford Daniel Short .Tame* So’.onJohn
Sihne'der Ant GSalisburyS Smith G W capt
Scoville A C Sl’eplev J C Sinclair JE 2
S;*d-n Beni G SeherterThornaa Spink II A
Sr.-crk? Robert SherweodTW dr Sinclair James
Sermour&Ful-iTSav.foi d C'V Simmons Albert
Sea capt SailorSaranel MW
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Scavrr Win V*' Sl;cn;:a.‘.3s S Spaulding O Lit
Sanderi- W S Scott Edmond Spooner Olio 9
Fprhurcr dr Spr.rr Stepi.eu Sullivan E
SkiuhorNathan Skinner Sami P Syks Edwin
Sror Aljihctt? Smith Sam D StilesonEtl
Soi-crAllen cant Slnnucnd? Fran Sweet M A
skinner AP W Smith Elijah Stratton O
Simcn Andrew Sims Edwin G Slone Wm
Ppt-ncerJS Snider Geo C Stone Hunting-
Smith J W Stell John ton A Go
Smith OW StmtJnan GII Stapleton Wm II
Sorugln t. Dan Stix.soh James St--bb:ua \\ R
Smith Frank Stafford AII Stewart John R
Smith David Stratton O Story WNF
Spencer Champ Sullivan Billy Sullivan John P
Smith DP StevrufonNll Sutton John
Sondiuu Daniel Swift Am isaE Stinson FrancU2
SimierClnaF Sullivan Path Sutton F U
Smith Parlev StevensPlomlon Stock Simon
Smith Phillip Swain Charles StratmnuGllS
Smith Henry Stnrgc? Jamea Steven? Gaorge
SkinnerChasS Sullivan JcrS Slovell G n orgo
Smith Geo W Stone Emery A Sterling Thomas
Smith GW StJohuJolm Stocking TW
Skccy Samuel
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Tutor Geo S Taylor Z B Turpin Kdwd B
Tulcott Jut* H Thurston IVm Thompson U P
Tanner C J Talbot J S 2 Thompson A
To*bPJ Tobin M Tiffany Otis
Tuvlor Edwd S Town YYctsou R Travis Austin
Taneyßobt Townsend T W Town A B
Tucker Ash- Trousdale J L Thayne A C
worth &co Thome Geo Triglcy A C
Thayer & Hum- Thompson T C Tuttle Bush
inond ThroupeGeo Thomas UM
TulmaiWF TlflhrvGeoL ThompsonHA2
Thomson Win Turner Geo Thomp.-ouHoury
Templeton John Turner ThoM Thomas Henry
Tcrhuiio John Thomson Sll TobbetlaE F
TcnvillinorJ Todd Frank A Tracey James
TelferW O Thompson sun; Thompson JA dr
Tracer L B Treat ey James Treaey John
Turner J W col Thayer J C Turrotic Jus N
Turner W D Thompson J W2Tiumm Emmer
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Webber rime m Warren W W Wilson Mathew
Ward Patrick 2 Warne Wm Wilson Wm
WebbNormauS Wears Wm Wiley Joseph
Warner Grriu Wtdkup V m Willey \\ m
Weirich Adam Warner I. P WhiiingAiT maj
Walkei Marcus Waite A Eld Wit-ana Orrin O
Wolcott OUs Webber Ed WicksouPeterH
Welch A R Wells EM dr Williamei'Mm.iJ
Welch Philip Wells F Uohr dr Willard Peter
Welch John 11 Weed Frank S Wlghlman W R
Welch Martin WaddockFranciaWheaton KII
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Welch Patrick WobdcrDanl White TL
Watt * Wilron Watters Edwd Wilson Henry
Waller JrsL Wellington Wm Willard Jos H
Wallace R W Wood Stcnlm 11 Wlndzcr Fgier
Wolcott EdwdA Wood A > & co Wickham JobnJ
Ward K Wright S J Willard WB&co
Wendell GeoW WakeH Wildei!r
Walker Hiram Wood W S Whitman Wm
Waiters H W Wood Wm Wilson W J
Warfield U Wright JH Willlamß&Gaioa
West J B Woodbury AM Wills co ’i
Walker JB Work Henry C Whitman WO
Waller James WriphtWm Wimaey John
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Initial*.
J.L. Care Box 1509....Garrett Biblical Insti
tute. ...Commanding Officer lull Illinois 'Nolim
tccrs....R. Y. O. T.'C....Clothing 517 Clark at.
....G.W.S.of the 1.0.0f G. T ...Manufacturer
of Scirßinding Machine... .The Dllnols Despatch
Co 204 Lake street Agts. MalgumbcU
American Solder Company.
Persons wishing drop letters advertised must
affix a three rent stamp.
f??*' Office open from Ist of April to t-»t of No
vember. nom 7a. m. till Sp. m. From November
Ist till April Ist. from fi a. m. till S p.m. and on
Sumlave horn b:SO a. m. till.l 0:15 a.m.
S7x« J- L. SCRIPPS. P. M.
PIUCAGO ACADEMY OF SCI
\_J ENCES—Deferred Axmiul Meetlaj.—Tlie mem-
J-er« of the Chicago Academy of Science* are > equesP
td to attend at the rooms, corner of Lake and dark
street*. Tuf«!*v. Feb, tegi ftt7.s P. M., far the
election of officers torthccnsuln? ye>ir,anJ totranj
nct ether bntlacs* of Importance All persons Inter
ested lu Entomology arc rcspectfa.ly Invited to be
present. fc^-sTSI-td
JJAMS ! HAMSI—A choke lot
CITY CUBED BHOKED TTAMa
For m!c toy
II TV. KOGEKS. Jr.. & CO.. 3fo. 1 Hilliard's Block,
ftC zTVV-St corner Clark ami S. orator ft.
WAR CLAIM OFFICE OF
T T LK.WITT * WRIGHT,
63 Clark street, CIUt-««;o, 111..
Will prosecute claims for Pcns-ons, Hourly and Prise
Vopct Arrears of Par. .tc. Attorneys for drawing
Pension Money from Mie Chicago Agency. Appllcitl.n
may be made fry mall. dat-pavim
-VTOTICE —yindara Andrews, In
_l_ a dependent Clr.rlvovant.from Potton. Ma«s„ can
be consulted at 235 Madlaon •treot, between WolUantl
Market. Clairvoyant rvanduaiiens Cl. She also tulle
Tcnus—jOC'-nts. Hours
from Va. m. to 9 p.m. jaJ*z4'W-lm^
WOOD! WOOD
yyooD!
F 011 SALE
ICO cords Mixed Bench f-nd Maple, $6 ia the yard.
IPO cords Canada Hickory Wood. FI H the ysnU
Apply at 1:2 South Water street, Steel's Reading.
Jairsltt-lm
T> EMIN GTOX’S AKMY AND
X\ NAVV KKVOLTE*
has been approved bribe IT. S. Board of Ordnance and
Is now Urcelv a sod lu the service. Circulars, w»di
rricc. fur&bca 0= •PP'j?»>i£5 iE f 0 “^ 4: soxs
nioa. Kew Toik.
dalO-yli^-Sm
inn BBLS. REFINED CAR-
X \_* V* BOX OlL.frcaraatfeod to teall2S decrees.
Ai^o—sooßßLS. LISSFED Oil*, for «i« la round
lote to Uiß trad*. K.W. BLATCIIFORD. Chicago
Lard and Oil Works. Ja?3-zsi2-lw
XTTGIIT SCAVENGER. -Charles
li Kuo*willattendtotliecleaningofTanUa.Priv
ies. and tlie removal of offensive matter of all descrip
tions. spoiled meats, dead aulma s s, &0., &C. Rainwater
cisterns cleaned and pariCcd. All work attended to
wun promptness and dispatch, aid at hours most toll
able, Poet offlM Box UW, JaU sSiKa
dommisston .JHcrdjantff.
GAUL; UOWJi, COAIMISSIOX
118 S. XVaJcr-st., C!i<c3CO, 111.,
Soi:cl<Kconsljrnin'T,Ls of fln'ii, Flour, Pork. Lvril. itc.,
fee.,{or salt*, or orders to purchase. Wu' mails ad
vances on consignments to be held here or (minuet!
Last. ° la-rjzsr.fn
r rODD & DEXTER,
ju GEKEBAL
COICMISSaON IHEBCtIANTS,
Ul South Walcr-Bt.. Chicago. 111.
JAiiis Kiij». [Ja9-yofQ-liui w. dfxtku
yyiLLiAAL LITTLE CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Soil or parchrtßP Flonr, GmJn. Sr rd<. Port. Batter,
Lard Hide?. hrc*om Corn. £c.
.251 Jijail. *» alcr CMcaso. UL
■—•-Soil o.A.svG£irr.
Tarrlicn^...
U.'J.J.H-JU-
i i>itUS.,
\J PUuDL'CK and
CoinmiMsiuii IVlijPcUantti.
lKN.'Tll.Kluzle?treei.CLscii2.*.T:i. P.O. fbt mi
a. sr. J. CASirnrix. I c. n. n«Mrn-LT..
References*—Pollard & I ioanr. WTliaiu !!Wr * Co.
Hnll, Kiii'batk &<,*<»., Lay. Alien & Co.. I.vld&Wil
Mains. Davis. lawyer & Co. t!s3 * v.~iTC-Cu
pKNISTON & CO.,
COIQiIIISSION MERCHANTS,
LIVERPOOL
Reticences m eaar*. Paco. Richardson & Oo„Boston
Middleton & Co.. New York.
Snow & Harness. do.
Johnston & Raylcy, do.
Cash advances made on consUmmenta of Provisions
Flo.r. ic„ to the rtovc Itog*^
IS LasaUo street. Calcigo.
dclG-yIM-ly
PEARCE &.
COMMISSION AND PRODUCE MERCHANTS.
Advances will be made on shipments to Woodruff &
Co.. New York, aitd llenlng <x Woodruff. St. Louis
Ottmeteosooth Water, cornet of Wells. (np-sULa.)
de6-x32T*4m
AKIN- & CO.,
ccamissior; kebcsants,
W South Water street. Liberal advances made oc
Flour. Grain and Provisions, to be sold here or by
WJI. A. BROWN* 4rCO.. N'cw York.
a. akik. s. n. ntmtrnrr.
MOULTON & CO.,
ill produce
COMMISSION MEKCHANTS,
For the sale and purchase of Flour. Grata. Seeds
Butter Cheese. Kgcv. Krnlts.Hiiles ami Pvovlsons.
novS4-x*42 3m 244 Luke St.. & 20 S. Water SC.. Chicago
r £ M- TURLAT & CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
jVxid IDonlcru in Sorjglivmi«
dcKMJI-ly 179 South Water street. Chicago.
McCOMBIE & CHILD,
i'X PRODUCE
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 11 Wnlop Street, New Yorlr.
Rzrsnaicza: —Goodrich. Willard A Co., 6t. Louis,
Mo.; .1,11. Ogtesbv. Kaq., do.; Alonzo Child. E*q„ New
YorkCllv; K.B. Vay. Jr.. Boston. ; Willard '&
Child. Chicago. III.; Muon it Scott, do.; Oglesby &
Macanley.Ncw Orleans, La.; Corn Exchange Bank.
New York City, oc3 uM56m
J. ALKI. M'coucrz. D. ALOSIO GUILD.
commission jmncniNTs,
Particular attention given to order? for Flour. Grain.
Wool, &c. Liberal udvtuices made on consignments to
Buffalo. New York. Boston and Montreal.
Warehouse BSaad SI Snuth Water street. Chicago, 111.
3. lfih'O. [scSJ u535-ly r. a. emu?.
TTKDEiIWOOD & CO.,
\J GENERAL
commission merchants,
OFFICE and WAREHOUSE—I 97 South Water at., on
norite ** Hoard of Trade” Building. j«Mj
r. L. VNDEBWOOD. fl. L. rVDr.EWOOD.
DEN, W. UNDERWOOD.
A LBERT MORSE & CO.,
XJL IPBODUCK
roynnssioN merchants,
No. IK* South Water street, (Aiken's Building,'
Chicago. Illinois,
tiPßnslnees confined strictly to
[ati27-t&9Bdy]
Jj'AR'SYKLL & CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
1(9 South WaterslrceV. Chicago. 111. Liberal advances
made on property In store. References:—Cooley.
Farwell & Co., G. C, Cook & Co.. Gray. Pncips A Co.
CilA?. n. faewell. I.tny2l-r537-ly| moieon f.vuwkll*
MtJRR' y“ljelson“'&“coT,
iJX No, 211 South Water street.
Glvethclr cxclutdve uttentlon to the purchase. «alo.
shipment uiul making cash advance*. ou Grain. Flour,
Froviiiuiie and Produce of all kinds.
la'or a Commission.
MUItRT NRI>OS. B. D. BTgTENS.
TDEDKORD, MEREDITH & CO.,
X-> EXCLUSIVE
COMMISSION IttIJBCnANTS,
For the purchase and sale of Pork. Slock. Flour, Grata
and produce generally. No. IMG uiul 2S South Water
street, Chicago. 111. Jal7-iy
COIDTISSION MBUCMASTS,
17 Broad street. New York.
Advances made on Consignment? to iho above flrx
bv WM. AiTUilrON. Jr., Agent. 151 South Water
rtrcct. Chicago. mhT nitV. ly
M. FUNKIIOUSEU & CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
210.1 South Water blrcet.
]a29-kffio-ly
QILBEIiT, UPDIKE & CO..
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No, 11 T.rvs.ille at root. Chicago.
PTANARD. GILBERT & Co.. No. 5 City Hulldlngi
?i. Lou!». myll’U-ly
C.J.titLDBKT. O. W.UPDIK3. E. C. ST-Vtl.’-UD
Q,K]KPiN 3>KOTII‘KRS,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. fl Pomeroy’s Block, corner South Water and Clark
rtrcel.«.( lilccgo. Advances made ua couslgmuiiiit*.
F.r.CHiFFis. lyj a. omrPiN.
■RICE FAY & CO.,
V COTISnSSION PIERCHANTS,
No 12Lawllestreet.Cldci-eo. 11l P.0.80x 1514
Give t! rlr exclttfivc attention to the purchase and
pale of Flour, Grain and other Produce, on * fcunmlisloa.
mcRFAT. r. r. HAWBiss, JA9. u. vrooD'Vor.m.
au;S’fil ly
ffioportiurslpp,
T'USSOLTJTION.—The co-partner
_!_•> hhl;-. heretofore cxlatiti: under tlie na’ne of
BOOTH & CRONE, k tbi* day dissolved by mutual
c<>n«rnt. O. W. BOOTH.
.hiMinrylst, 1563. .IBLIITS CROKB.
The General CommU'lon business will be continued
under the name of Orrln F, Booili & Co.
oams f. booth.
f(.- v7 (WV’w c. \r. BOOTH.
no r A RTNERSIIIP NOTICE.
Mr. Henry W. Fuller 1» this day admitted an a
Partner Jn ourbnslnesa. The Btvb-of tlio tlrsa will be
•uller. Finch & Fuller. FULL tilt & FINCH.
Chicago. Feb. 2. kTO. feS-ZjtfMia
JPCLLER, FINCH & FULLER,
51 i 2S 3IAKRET STSIXT, CniC,lGo,
Wholesale dealers In
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils,
■WINDOW GLASS, DTE STUFFS,
And Manufacturers’ Article**
F.T.&T. bvitethe attention of the trade to thotr
large and carefully selected stock; respectfully solicit
Inp a contlnonr.ee of the liberal patronage heretofore
bestowed on this house. fe-T-z*iß3-lm
pO-PARTNERSIIIP NOTICE.
—Or. the 12th Inst., was admitted as a member of
onrflnn, WM..I.POPK, recently and during the past
fix vears, vrlth Messrs. Davis, Sawyer & Co., of this
ettv. The name and Mvto of the new firm will be
&ii*LKMAN. HALL & POPE, after this d ue.
SHKRMAIT & 11 ALL. 07 S. Water street.
Chicago. Jau. Ulrt. ISO.
SHERMAN, HALL & POPE,
[Sccco<ors to Sherman £ Hall. Established A. U. 1537.]
GRAIN. PRODUCE AKD FRUIT
COMMISSION UTEHCHANTS,
Warehouse, f-7 South B'ater street. Chicago. 111.
Cash advanced cn consignments for home or East
ern markets. foi2SSD-2ni
x. c. Mni.H»y. j.p.nvLt. wx. j. poprt.
T\7E THE UNDERSIGNED
i T have lld-dsy formed a co-partnership under
the firm of
BKVA.V & COU.ETT,
For the transactien of a general COMMISSION BFSI
NKSS.and arc pr-'p.trcd to snake Liberal Advances
1 ork or LlverivnoL Office and Store. I2d D.-nrbornbi.
JOHN COLLETT.
Iberznxvcx—A, C. Bai>obr & Co.. Daubers. Chicago.
Ja~.S2.Vi) tw
"VT OTICE. —Thet'oj.artnorsliip Lore
tofbre existing under the. name of Willl-inn*
Ilought cllcg. Is di&olved by limitation, hither party
will s'gu the name of the firm
* W. D. iIOUGHTKLIXG.
Chicago. JannaryS.lrO. jaD-pJl&lia
W D. HOUGHTELTNG,
TI i (SuccessortoWlllLania&llotisbtellag.)
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANT,
2101-2 Water street, Chicago. Illinois.
JaOrOlT-ftn
OD-PARTNERSIIIP.— The umler
slgred have this dar enteredint) a c.*-partacrs;dp
for the purpose cf comluctlng a General Shipping. Pro
duce and Co:i.m!sslou Ruslaess. under Uie of
MATRF.R, CL.MIY & CO. Office la Ewlagi B.ock,
corner North Water and
a lesco. Jan. 12.15G3. STEPHEN CLARY,
JsCl-ZhVT lru LUCIfcN T, BARCLAY.
T'VISSOLTJTIOX. —The Co-Part-
I / r.erehirheretofore exl'ttHrundcrthe name and
MvlcofCllAMPmS & TODD, is tbit day
bf runtnal consent. The business Trill bo continued
hv .lame* Todd, who li alone authorised So slim the
r.airc of the firm In liquidation. H. C. CIIAMPION,
JAMES TODD,
HI sou-b ITatcr street.
jaP-yUTM’M
Insurance.
J-jTOiffi
IK’SUIIAIT CE COIvIP’Y,
037* NEW YORK.
OFFICE, Nos, 112 4:IIIBSOADWAT.
Cash Capital, §1,000,000.03
Assets, Ist July, 1362, - • • • $1,585,679.16
Liabilities, $57,838.32
ABSTRACT OF THE EIGHTEENTH SEMI ANNUAL
STATEMENT.
Showing the conditioner the Company on th® la day
of July. JSCi.
assets:
('tfh. balance In lUnfc,... .11t3.133.55
Bonis and n;otlgagcs, being first Jen on real
estate ?l3'oJ^2
Loans on *toeks, payable on demand (market
rabte of peenriOcs.F'tyßO.OO) tIS.TTP.rn
United States and oilier stocks (market raino)
ileal EtUU v3.^iJ3
Interest dec or. Ift July. iSd. (of n’Mcli Fit.-
ICLstba?since been received! C7.333.3J
Balance in bands of arrests and In course of
tran»nil>.'So3 from osenta, or Ist tJaij*. (of
•wMcl. 534.Rtf.TJ V-as s&ce been received!.... 55.5j1.7t
Utils receivable, (for premiums on inland
risks) * U. 012.07
OU.tr nroKJty.niUceUaneoKS Items 13.0J1.3'
premiums due and nr,collected on poUdvsH
sued at ottlce
* Total * fVS3.K9.If
Claims for Ifwwee outstanding ova fst .Tnlv, ’C.. 137.»W.51
Due stockholder* on account &ruier dividend* STO.Ot
CTIA9..T MARTn?, President.
A.P. TaLMAirrH, Vice President.
johk McGee. Secretary-
MUXKn £ WILMAKTH. AjrenU.
Jail kfclC-ly ISO South Water street, Chicago.
Ural (j&ffatf.
T?OR SALE—A Farm. An excel-
JL lent Tana of aixty-tlirce «.•«, In tlie,s:>atUon
part of Minnesota, partly impure
onlt. and WELL attached, a.trout etretim ruuaiug
through It. and eighty roda of the nnnlnj on
the border* of a beautiful hike, wlrtiln ain he ft two
Tillages, will bet-old forTbrve Bandred Dolin'* to a
cash customer. Stage from La Crksu three time* n
week, Address M J S.” Trlbane otDte. Chicago.
feS-iSO-lw-t t*s
pOE SALE,
DUSIHESS ACT BESIDE SCE EBffIEBTT.
Two three-story Dwelling Houses near Michigan are
nne. north of Twelfth street.
One two-story Dwelling Loose on Wabash avenue,
urar Twe fth utreel.
A nice Dwelllag House and Lot 50 feet front, on 17a
bash avenue. near Old street. ,
A eery desirable Residence on f*ralrl« ave.. near Oi-i sf.
A three story Bride House on Michigan avenue. north
of Madison street.
One two-rtory House, with Cily foot lot on Oil street.
neirSfaiestreet.
A nest Cottage on Adams flrcrt, near Jetfersonstreet,
with & f«ot lot.
A Trick Wai.iiioriM‘,2«stonr. C?sI3!) foot, on GUrk-st.
uuo hundred feet on Sure elreet, north of Matlbou *t.
Hve two-btory Houses n;i yiadiaou and School streets,
near Deapialrr-a street.
One two-story House on Fourth avenue. near Harri
son sPcet.
. T ‘BUILDIS& LOTS.
A corner Lot ftO foci Croat, unPniblc avenue. north of
rjUoi'iPlaew,
Fifty feet on Michigan avenue, near Old street
GOatno Won Calumet avenue, ccarSlo Orai.de street
£fo fl on Cainnict avenue, near lUnsulJ llacc
PC It on Wntasli avenue, near MnUUoc street!
2fl ft on MscMgan avenue, near Harrison street
12> n on M.-’tiruo and Adams Et».,oiip. the High School
SO • t on Admas street. ««ar Wells street.
. KIVER PROPJSBTV.
150 ft on Clstk strict, between Twelfth direct and
North street.
IN' fJ ov the river, near Ojsden'g Slip,
ICtf ft corner Archer Road and Ogden's Slip.
A‘t>o, & vsrlciv of cheap low in t&o different Divi
sions of the efiy, anil several blocks near the chr
llmttssulluhle fur subdivision.
APPLY TO
CO,,
* JA 172ES & SPUINGEB,
Koom No. 13 Metropolitan Block.
[feg-7.C~.7-Sw]
pOK SALE—
An Improved Farm in Warren
Connty, Illinois.
Said farm consists of iffl acres and the Improvements
of a one story ana a ball brick house, larg* barn and
ont-bulldlnga.
Its handsome location and eoavenießCe to a good
market, tchie within about seven rallei of Prairie Cltv.
Its fartUltv or soli, and the l-'w price at which it will
be sold offer a fine opportunity to any one in quest of
a good farm.
For raking stock this farm is very valuable, a por
tion being nataraßy adapted for era zing—and liavlug
on It several living sprtnes of water.
For particulars address J. F, COMSTOCK, St. Louis,
or apply to Kira Smith, Esq.. of Prairie Cltv.
Term* easy. JaJ3-zltl-tm.
“|7OR SALE—Lands, To all want
JL lug Faruii-LargC andtlirlviagaeUleinenlorVino.
land, mild cinMtc. THIRTY MILES south of Phila
dclphla by railroad. RICH SOIL.
Produces Larger Crops,
Twenty acre tracts at from fl3 to (20 per acre, payable
within four years.
GOOD BUSINESS OPENIN’GS-GOOD SOCIETY.
Hundred* are settling and maklnelmprovements. Ap
ply to CHAS. K. LANDIS, Poet Master, Vineland.
Cumberland County. New Jersey. Letters answered.
Papers containing mil Information will be sent free.
des-xTSi-sm
A RARE CHANCE—The snb
.i V briber has for sale a large piece of Land la the
South Division, within the city limits, which will be
sole at a bargain far cash ana very short time. To
stiv one wishing to make an hircstnn-nt of about
*6*).(vo in unimproved laud for subdivision, this pre
sents a rare opportunity. For particulars imply to
CEO.M. HIGGINSON. southeastcornerSoofh Water
and Clark streets. No. 1 Wheeler’s Block, up stairs.
jatr-fij zSW-2w
T?OR SALE.—Lots, Lands and
X? Houses f <r»alebyG. M. HtoaiNSON 1 Wheeler’s
F-lock. on southeast cornwofS. Clark and Water rts.;
4JO feet on South Branch, suitable for a Packing House.
4 Lots on Prairie avenue, near Old street.
ID Lots on Prairie avenne, corner of HIo Grande.
1 Lots on Milwaukee avenne, near Division street
2 LMi iO feet, with Cottage* on State street, .near
N&sb’s Parting Hov*c.
nou?c and Lot on east side of Larrabee street, near
Cljbourn avenne.
House nod Lot No. 130 West Washington Street-
House and Lot on Hlnwlnlert.. aear wV.ili-sl., N. DI»L
10 acres of Land on theborder of the western city limits
for subdivision. Also, a Qr*t-rati! BollerShop.wlthlot
ICOfccl.on South Branch. joUd z!939w«
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
XV 59.Vt.000 wortlr of City Property and Lands. 1 o
lowa. liclODging to the estate or Actolnu Le Claire,
deceased.
IN THE riTV OF DAVESPORT.
La Clulrc Block, of brick, tour stories. :vJJ feet front,
containing a hold, two public halls, teu drst-class
stores and set eral offices,
Post Office Block, of brick. GO feet front, four stories,
containing the Port Office, two stores. office *, aad
large upper rooms. The above property U the most
dodrablf tu the city, allleascd, and wlllbrlnga large
nett Income ou an Investment.
Twenty Brick and Frame Dwelling Houses Indif
ferent locations.
IW* choice bulldlwf, lota: onclot of Kncret adjoining
the railroad depot at d hridue. frontlag on the MSrU
slppi River; two lot? of 50 »er«* cacV one lot of 25
acrcß, one lor of 20 acre?, and one lot of 12 acres, all la
the < Sty Limits.
Also. and lot?, vacant loti and outlet j. lu the
City or l,r Clnlre. Scott County.
lif>n<e* and lets In lowa City. Johnson County.
tO.OOT arrc« Improved an«l nnlmprovftd farming laud*
near the* line of the >Um. and Mo. Railroad.
Tl.esibnvo nropertyli offered for ki!s, to c!o«o the
e?tate«f the late Antoine Lc Claire, at sucli prlc** a
mart prove a profitable Investment to the |>nrclus*r«.
For prices*, tenna and farther particnlara. apply to
Gi-O L. DAVENPORT. Executor, or JOHN L. COF
FIN. Land Agent. Davenport. lowa. Jat7 zl7:wra
Proposals.
Proposals oats an t d
i«r.
Depot Quvurm:':*aryß's Orytcr. }
C.'orni-r of Kiglit-'enth and G street-*. *
W.\M|lv;ton. D. C.. January U'st, t J
Pealed prcpcira’s will be received at tld* office, until
MONDAY. I-Vbruary *Jtl». l«*St. at 1J oVluck M.. fur
luii.i.'lunc the OoviTSimeot with two handtu-l
li cutju d buiUel» of Oats uni ,S.<XO) five ihoiuaud
UCSOfIIaT.
lUvlobc goed merchiuitablo tivotiiv, pul n*< in
bnl<>. Mul dullvcrud at tv.uO) two thoairtud poaud.? to
liitun.
The oats to Im? of a coed merchantable quality, put
up In bays ofi-bont two busbeis cat li.
o:»Uw|:U<ertcclwii by wtlglu, at (SB thirty-two
pounds to tLt bu-da-l.
Shckfitob**. furnhheJ without extra charge to the
Ge.v*miicnt.
D*-ll\ r-rr to he mode In *ho city of Washington, with,
lu thirty da} s from the date of the coot* act.
PROPOSALS.
will l»e received for (\VP five hundred
torn of Hay and iipwan!<*.and for (W.OOOi ilvothjuiiad
tm-licls of Oa’t* ami upwards.
The j>»vpreitlo:v» fr.v th* li sts and Oits v. vr be upon
tl;--same paper. Imt 1:1*51 l>e made entirely distinct
from hihl without to canh other,
Tim full narsc and post otiicc address of the bidder
mart appear in the nroyo.-al.
If a hid 1* Hindu In Hit* name of n firm, the names of
oil ti c parties must appear. or the bid will b<» consi
dered ne the Individual proposal of the party it.
PlOpOfc.il from DISLOYAL PARTI2I WILL .Vor B2
coNUDEiiuD. and an oath of allegiance matt accom
pany each proposition. _
Pi opossLi must be addressed to Col. D. 11. RL CrwLH.
QuntU-rmtatfr I T . S. Army. TTashlnstea. D. C„ and
i»i ru’d be plainly marked ** Proposals for Oats and
Hr.y -
GI7AHANTF.R.
The Ability cf the bidder to nil the contract. Rhoold
it be awarded to him. mart he guaranteed by two ro
sponsible pci rods, whose signatures must be appende 1
to the cuamute**.
The : cspocslblllty of the guarantors mast be shown
bvt? e oft'cial certificate of the Clerk of the nearest
District Coat t orof tbo UaltcdStatcsDistrict Attoiney.
Kidder* mast be present In person, when the bids are
oieru’d or the proposals will not be considered,
Honda equal In amount to half the sum to he received
on the contract, sizued bv the contractor and both of
his guarantors,will be repaired of ihcsucccssfuiblddcr
upon signing the contract.
An the hond mart accompany the contract. It will be
necessary for bidders to have their bondsmen with
them, or to bare bonds rlgned lit anticipation and
ready to be produced when the contract la signed.
HimiK* for bonds can be procured upon aitptlc ition
being made at this otflee. either personally, by letter,
to b> telegraph.
Foax or Ruahjlntxb.
Wr. . of tl'r county of . and State Of ,
nr .d of thvconnty ox .and State of ■ .do
hcrebv guarantee that ln able, to fat HI the con
tract In accordance with the term* of his proportion,
and that, should hU proposition be accepud. he will at
once enter into a contract in accordance therewith.
Should the contract be awarded him. we are prepared
to become fcU neeurltlea.
(This guarantee must be appended the official drib
Ccalc above mentioned.)
INSPECTION, DELIVERY 1 . Ac.
All Outs and Bay coutnfctcd for under this adrer-
Isenter.t wm I** rtgldlv Inspected. and such as do not
>rovc of a good sound merchantable quality will be
to be made upon the completion of the
ohirret. or t-o s**ea IhercaAcr* rtho Depot Quarter
naster shall be In fundi.
;\ny Informality In the b! J.oru c«-coaformancc with
be terms of this advertisement, will ensure the ro-
,he Railroad Depot, or at
oct cf the Go>- rnmeal tVTiarvcs.ln the city of Wa-h
--*hip Depot Qnartcrtnastfr reserves to bfra=clf the
rlcbt to reject any or all bids that he may deem too
hicii. D. H. RIJCivER.
fivl-rlOt-td Colonel and Depot Quartermaster.
piiOPOSALS FOR LEAD WIRE
Navy aoint's Or?ic».)
New Tork. January 2S, IS®. )
Scelfd endorsed *“ Proposals for Leo<!
Wire." will be received at this office u«;ll WEDN'FS
DAT, the eleventh day of February next, at twelve
o’clcck. for—
VOO o<Xi nounda of LEAD WIRE. IS d!«m.. to t»e made
of the soft lead, and delivered at the Washing
ton Navv iard. free of all expense to the Ciovcrn
mer.t. within ten tUrs after ttst expiration of the ad
veitlscmeut. and subject totiis usual luspcetiou of
the Navy Yard, , , ,
Fach oiler must be accompanied tty a written tmar
autr. Klgnrd byone or more re<por-«lble pereons. c->r
tilled to bv some officer of the tTOTernuio:it.sctr*.nr
forth that'lbc bidder. If hi* oiler la the lowsat, will l;u
--merttatetv intocontracl. If It la deemed necea
tarv-.forlhe LdlhTUl performance of the work.
fet-zQtt-Ct I. nENDFESON’. Xarr Agent.
fcgql Notias.
'■pivUSTEE’S SALE.—Delimit
I ic» nude bv Carlisle Mi*on an.l John Me
At (hur la the payment of their promissory note. dated
,Jaauarv SCtli for the ?mn often tlion-atitl dollars,
najable to the ordir of Jason McCord, dve years
frein tie date thereof, with lateral at ten percent.,
payable bcml amiQullj-. there being now due ana Iti
nrroar the sum of nine thousand six hundred dollars
on said note. .. .
Now.lhvrefore.nron tie application of svlJ McCord,
the legal owner of euld note, and In pursuance with
the powers la aceitatu Trust Deed of even date mere
wltu executed bv said Mason * McArthur, and their
respccilvr wives, to secure tho pavgnicntofsald note,
wh-ch deed was recorded In the oulce of ttic Kec irlr
r,ffcok County. llbnoU. lu Itook 4> of Deed*. psgo-til.
I L. C. Faint- Freer, the Grantee and Trustee la
In said Deed. 111 *n the Stcond dayof Marcn. A, D,.
In'S, at ten o’clock lu the forenoon of salddar.at the
North door of the Court Ilou>e In the City of «.ii.CAgo.
foor.ty nnd State aforesaid. sell at Public Auction fir
cs«h to the hlahesi bhidvr. the premise.* and Real Es
tntcccnvevt-d In and hr said Deoil of Trust d?*cribed
as lot No.oue ill lulUnck No. thirteen (U. lathe orti:-
Inaf Town of Chicago. City of Od'ugo. CoaEly of
Cook aforesaid, cxc.-ptlng therefrom a pared of
said lot In the Northeast corner thereof. fronting
twenty (to fret on Canal street and eighty (»> feet
cn Carr-il street, or so much thereof a* may be ne
ccesary to make the money due on sal.l note.
* L. C, PAINE FREED, Trustee. <tc
Chicago. January 30.150. jag)-2S*7-td
~\ T OXICE —To creditors of Henry
il HOLLAND * Co.
State or lixikois, Corsrr or Coos.sa.
Superior Court cf Chicago In Chancery.
Retirr Dotyys. Henry Rowland. David F.Chwc
Ko-wi-Il Carter. John owca, WlllUm Peter. Hugh
Vahcr the Merchants' Savings Loan ami Trust Com
n.t.r.Devlll t K. Holt and Daniel Montague.
Pursuant 10 the decree entered In above cause on
the 2Tth day of December, A. D. 1553. public notice Is
hervl-v clven n> all general creditors of the Arm of
Henry Rowland* Co., heretofore doing business at
Chicago, llllmds (the al-ove named HeorvHowUnd
ami Henry Doty comprising said firm) to produce and
prove thetrclaimsagsinst said firm before tic. euo ol
tie Mutters of said Court, at mvofnee. No.oJ South
Clark street. Chicago Illinois,’within two month*
from the date of this notice. IRA SCOTT.
Muster In Chancery of the Superior Conrt of Chl.Mgo.
Dated Chicago. January gCtn, 1563. Ja2sz‘.M-I3t
'THE UNDERSIGNED, Receiver
JL of The Artisans* Bank of the City of Xe’r Tort
l«» rorsosr.ee of an order of the Supre ne Court or tat
State of Xetr York, granted on the 2Sth of.fair
Auction, on tho flflr. Olh' d-VT
of March. l*a. by Gilbert A Ssiopeon, Aai-rt yier-r.u at
the North door of tlie Court House, la the o- Cai
cago. oflV'.noU. cotntrfndng st li r * c ock nooa.
the following de«cr!h«l real estate, fo.a*erly be-oog
of IldroU. and known a* the Do-gia»p.opertj.
-The terns* of sale are cash c T .\XXGR,
the Artisans’ Bank. Csly OfNeir Tort
.'.■ZS'ZSXI Hun»on.
(Dnsttrs,
OTSTERSI OYSTERS!!
Tocrrn Avnttal So.*.*
a>*o l Baltimore Graters 45 cent* per can. ire no'*
being received dillv at 119 Randolph street,
n AKAKT ED.
Country orders promptly attended to and at reduced
r»tw. TnoS-iSSial BEKBT BASBORK,
jpdmbolb’a (Ertrort Bucl]n.
JJELMBOLD’S'
GENUINE
PREPARATION.
COMPOUND FLUID
EXTRACT BUCHU,
A positive and ipecLls
K E 3VH E X) nr
DISEASES OF THE
BLADDEB)
KTOSETS,
DROPSICAL. SWSUUNCS.
This Medicine Increases the power of Digestion, and
excites the Absorbents into healthy action,by
which the Watery or Caieerous depositions,
and all unnatural Enlargements are re
duced. u well os rain and I adorn
station.
HELMBOLD'S
EYTRAGT BUCHU
Has cured every case of DIABETES la which It has
been givea
Irritation of the Node, of the Bladder,
and Inflammation of the Kidneys.
For these diseases it ia indeed a sovereign remedy,
and 100 much cannot be said In its pndsc. A tingle
dose has been known to relieve the most argent symp
toms.
BEL^SOLD'S
EXTRACT BUCHU,
Ulceration of the Kidney* and Iliad*
dcr, Retention of Urine, Diseases
of the Prostrate Gland, Stone in
the Bladder, Calculus, Grav
el, Brlckdust Deposit,
AND FOR
Enfeebled and-Dellcato Constitution*,
OF BOTH SEXES.
ARISING FIZOIH EXCESSES,
Or Habits ef Dissipation,
Attended with the following symptoms:
Indisposition to Exertion. Loss of Power.
Loss of Memory. Dlfllcjxlty of BrcaUiing.
Weak Nerve*. Trembling.
norrorDUcftse. Wakcfnlne«s. •
UmncM of Vision. Pula In the Back.
Met Hai.ds. Flushing of the Body,
Dryness of the Skin. Eruptions of the Face.
PALLID COUNTENANCE.
Universal Lassitude of the Muscular System,
These avmptonm. if allowed to go on. (which this
Mußcinc Invariably removes.) arc frequently followed
by those ** direful aaeasce,”
INSANITY AND CONSUMPTION.
Many arc aware of the car -e of their snifcrlnj. but
none will confess. Ihe record* of the Insane Asylum*
and the lue’aacholv deaths by Consumption. bear am
ple witness to the truth of the arsertlon.
Tile Constitution once AtTocted With
Organic AVeakucM,
Ttcnnlrcsthc aid of Medlclae to strengthen and Invigo
rate the ctstcni. which xifcli.MJlOLU> KAniACP
l.rr*n r i’"variably does. A trial wit. convince tut
niosttkcptfcaU
FEMALES! FEMALES!
IN MANT ATTFICTIOaS PKCCI.tAK Til FK
VALES, the E\fart lbi.hu I? unequal.- 1 . by any
other remedy. a- in Chlorosis or Retention. Irregular
tty.l’nlufuluvs-or Suppression of Customary Ktacua
tins.-. Ulcerated or Sohlrroa* -lute of Cm .Utaru.--. and
"or all complaints Incident to the sex.
Or In the Decline or Change or Life!
Ho Family Sliould Be Without It!
HSLMBOLD’S
EXTRACT HUCHU
THE GREAT DIUKETIC
BLOOD PURIFIER.
HELMBOLD’S
EXTRACT BUCIHI
CURES ALL DISEASES
atastxo Fccsf
Habit* or XtiHslpatlon, Excesses, and
Imprudence* In Life,
IMPURITIES OF THE BLOOD, *c.
And It Is certain to have the desired effect in Diseases
lor which !t U recommended.
EVIDENCE
RESPONSIBLE AND RELIABLE CHARACTER
Will accompany the Medicine.
**PHYSICtANS” PLEASE NOTICE.
“ We Make no ‘secret of Ingredients.”
HELMBOLD’S
EXTRACT BUCMU
l« composed of Buchn Unbeb*. .Tnr.nlr»«r■Harrier *e-
Icrted with great catcbva rompetfntDrucgl-t. Pre
pared tr vaeu. by 11. T. HELM HOLD. Practical and
Analytical ChcmLt. and role manufacturer til
S-3EL&I SOLO’S
GENUINE PREPARATIONS
AFFIDAVIT.
Personally opr-e* r *d before me. an Alderman of the
City of Philadelphia. H. T. IIKLMBOLD, who being
daTyrworn, detnsar hla prepartlons contain no nar
couc.no mercury, or other lujnrlon* dmza.bat arc
purely vegetable. H. T. HRIAIHOLD.
gwom and subscribed before me filsStldayof No-
TCuiber. ISSL W.P.Hnnuv), Alderman,
Ninth street, above Hoc*. Philadelphia.
PEICE OHE BOLT, AH PEE 20XXLE,
OE SIX POE PIVE BOLLAES.
Delivered to any address, securely packed f omob-
servation.
Address letters for Information.
H. T, HELMBOLD, Chemist,
DEPOT.
104 South Tenth Street,
(Below Chestnut.)
IP H X 21. ID Em.IP HI .A..
BEWAEE OF COUfJT.ES
UHPEIHCIPLED DEALERS,
WHO ESHSATO3 TO
Dispose ol "their own” and "other'* articles on the
reputation attained 1)7
HEIiTiIBOIiB’S
GENUINE PREPARATIONS!
EELHBOLD’S
GEHTHKE EZTBACT 3BCHU,
IIELjiEOLD’S
GEEUiKE EXTRACT SARSAPASILLA
nmnuiLDis
GEXtHE IMPROVED ROSE-WASH.
SOLD BY ALL BHTTGGI3TS,
EVERYWHERE.
A. sic for Helm’ooltl'ri.
TAKE SOOTHER!
Cut out the advertisement and send tor It—<3
The Trade fapplled by. and all orders should be ad-
dressed to
LORD & SMITH,
"WHOLESALE DROOGISXS,
23 Lake atrto*. C&lcajw
ftlnsicat Instruments, <Stc.
A RMY MUSICAL BOXES!
a uumrci PAJXOB OWXMETT.
A CHEERFUL COMP AMOK FOR THE SOLDIER.
Richly ornamented, and performlnij all the poolar Alra
of ttc day. Cannot get out of order.
WtlCto*
SlzeKo.l, per half dozen, assorted aac*
Flic No. 2. per half dozen, averted ' tZ.O9
gizeNo.B. per half dP*ea,as«»ort«*d...’**’* . . 51.00
Sample*, comprislnr two of each bind. assorted ' liTO
To SCTWCM A.VD urnsaDßAiEKa—Wiien % dorm or
more are ordered,a discounter 10 percent will bo
made. Not sold In quantities of lev* than six. * will bo
w;rt by Express, with bill for collection. Person* or
dering in this manner must remit one-quarter of the
bluaa arasnmtee that the goods will be paid for. or
depo-U ttc whole amonnt with the Express Agent,
jendtnz a certidcate of the same: These roles will a>t
DC deviated from ondcr any circumstances. Order ex
plicitly. RAMUKL F. SCHAFFER & CO.,
Corner Broadway and Malden Lane.
Jal t-rTi-lm 1 Now Tort
fIEST PREMIUM,
GOLD MEDAL.
PIANO FORTES
For sale and to rent, at
99 South Clark street.
JULIUS BAUER. Importer of Musical Instrument*.
JaS-ylSl-lm
jyjUSIC AL INSTRUMENTS.
JTJXiUnjS BAUER,
MANUFACTURER OF
BRUMS AND BRASS
GRAVEL,
Instruments,
09 SOUTH CLABK STREET.
Mannfaetnrer ard Importer of Musical lastrumc-t*
accMrliifc-a. H&vlng connection with manufacturing
Loaxs In rt rUn. Leiiwlc. Dresden. England and Parts,
v prepared to furulaaDcaisre. Bauds and Individuals
with every article in their Uao
Lowest New York Prices.
Port Office Pox 5104.
pKLN’CE & CO’S
IMPROVED
eJfIJSJL OIPEOeft'SI,
The oldedcstahlUhmentln tbs U nltedStatcs. employ
ing 3jo men. and ticisblug so instruments per wees.
Maunfatfory, corner of ILirylacd Jtsla*ordsU.,
BfFFJXO, S. Y.
WHOLESALE DEPOTS :
97 FULTON' STREET.
« LAKE STREET....
‘WHOr.2SES_4X'3C AGENTS.
..Uorton. Mim.
..Cincinnati. O
..St. Lonli*. Mo
...Philadelphia
..Detroit, Mlcb
..New Orleans
.Toroato, C. W
Henry Tolmao Ce Co.
W. F. Colburn
A Weber....
James* Beliak
A. Corn*
Ph.P. Wcriclu
A. & S. Nordhchnor.
Pernor? nnac'inalstcd with the Mclodeoa and it*
blrtory. will bear in mind that we are the pioneer* and
loading manufacturers. no: only In the Lotted Statw.
but In the world. Weco* u er.ccd the manufacture of
MoJodtons In the Call of the Tear IRI7. and since that
time liavc BnWsed and j-ol i TWENTY-SEVEN THOU
SAND. Thc-e InstrunieuU are no* In n.«e mo*tly!a
the United States and Canada, box al*o In Europe,
A-la. Africa.South America, and the West Indie*, and
from all these quarters wo have the most Battering te»-
tlnioclala of the high estimation in which they are held.
At all Industrial Exhibition* they
have Invariably been awarded the
BiglteM Premium whencverexhlbltcd
In competition with other*.
We »hall take pleasure In forwarding by mail «nt onr
owu expense) our illustrated Cntaloitue, U which every
lurtrcinont we manufacture Is fully described, and
Itlurtratod by elegant engr*' legs.
All Mvlodcons of our manufacture. either sold by ns
or dealers In anv part of the United States or Canada,
are be perfect in every respect, and
should any repairs be necessary before the expiration
oi five vearelrom date of sale, we hold ourselves ready
ard willing to make the same free of eharai*. provided
the Injury Is not enu-ed bv accident or dc-Uu.
Agent* for the-ale of onr Melodeons m.avbe found
In all the principal town* of tic United Slates and
Canada.
Address cither
GEO. A. PEHTCS £ CO., Buffalo, K. Y.
GEO. A. PSISCE & CO., 8T Fulton st., N. T
GEO. A, PEISCE 4 CO., 43 lake st., Chicago
Or fiilt'Br of Hie above wholoraioairaiit.. ai'153134
puns, FURS, FURS.
iCMATZ HERZOG.
WnOLK&ALE AND It XT ML DKAttltt *XH IfsSCVxO-
IJats, Caps mitl
152 LAKE STREET.
My assortment la the b-forc named article* cannot
be lit the V. t st. Through mv facilities i*«'
u..re'*.a*ltig ard manufacturing, 1 am c.iubU-d to soil r.t
lower prices than n**v 1on«c tn the diy. Call and cx -
hiLiuc uiv cocas Celdrc i-urantem* n-stc-ere.
* lUNATA HHJIZOG.
P. O. Box IKQ. ISS Lake street, Chicago, FI,
Z7T Highest a.arkol price paid for .ait klntls or Ur.v
Fl*s. aplO-piW-ly
pURS! FURS! FURS!
LADIES’ FURS,
GENTS’ FUR CAPS,
Collar**, O-aunllcUt*
Buffalo, Bear and "Wolf Eobes,
WHOLESALE AHD EETAIL,
Buy where you on make the best selt<Uoua St tins
owot prices. Try
135 Lake Street.
i. c. 3IAYER.
Crest Inducements to •wholesale dealers t^o-u137-6ai
Sl)lp CljanbUrs,
JPOSTEU & IIAUDENBERGIi,
SHIP CIE ANSWERS,
SAIL MAKERS,
AND DEALEKS IX
TWINES AND CORDAGE,
217 South Water St., Chicago.
Hare constantly for fa’p. at the lowest market prices
Manilla and Tarml Ih'pe*. Hay Hope. LaUi,
Yam. Bagi and Bagging. Caarasi.
Oakum. Bpon Yarn, Pitch. Tar.
Chains. Blocks, dec.. Ac. „
Cotton, Flax and Hemp Twines,
SAILS AND TENTS,
Tinriruxcs, aw.mxgs, wacss covees,
FLAGS, iC., iC.
CT~-i!ade to order at the shortest notice
LandeU or Sibley Tent-
HA GAYS Sc SONS
PATENT HOIST WHEEL
PUT UP AT SHORTEST NOTICE.
o*o. t. rosrxa. Imyl-pflUMy] c. w. gaKDKraraog.
"V^OTICK. —Pursuant to nr, orler.
JLr r>f ihn Circuit Court of the United States far the
Northern District of Ohio. tn»‘rredDccember3d.l3>a.
In the -nil of Charles Moran and others vs. the Ohio and
Pennsylvania Railroad Company andothers, notice la
hereby riven to tne holders of the Bonds and Coupons
of th<* Ohio and Pennsylvania Railroad Company,
which w?re scared by a First ifortdscon that part
ofthe Ohio and Pennsylvania K-iUroadevd of Ma-«U
lon, to the holder* o'f the Bonds and Coupons of the
said C -mpanr which were secured bva FlretHorlinso
on that part of t&M Railroad west of Maainon, ami to
thettdder? ofthe First Mortgage Bonds and Coupons
of the Ohio and Indiana ar.tfFort tv aync and Chlc#g<>
Railroad Companies respectively, that the undersigned
will nar to the parties entitled to receive the same
upon presentation ofthe Bonds and Coupons held by
them re-sr-ectlvelv at the thre and place herctna..er
mentioned—the distributive shares. awKcA et»» ;
Bonds and Coupon?. ofthe proceed? ofthe s«h* of wo
Pitt'hurch. Fort ■Wavne and Chlcueo BaKroid ungcr
the deer, c ofthe said Court entertdla saldsttlt. Joaa
“noiafk of >nch Bor.f, m\ ro=w;<»jJ
qnlrcd to mate application £ or _ t^.i Tof their ruht
ceeds claimed by W ; Cl^~^ n t*t*e B«*ods and Condon*
torecclve the same, to'P r « l »?° t t ;.; e O S«j of WIJfSLOW.
r«*. oa
or before theWi davof Ap-ih. Receiver.
, «, h W feUTJS-OwWFaJC
January sntb, SO. . ■ ■
:s A3JD
FT. WAT2iE &
CHICAGO RAILWAY COMPACT.
Prnri' Tint SKonraxr, >
pttt'hnrgh, Px. January 2Jth, IS6J. ’ 5
TiiearcUftlnieWL-c-of the and Bondholders
_/ihiaco'niiaavfor trie el“ct!-*;s «>f Directors and suck
2ibcrWo*Mkir.aycoi-elrSardlt will bo held at
tbeotr.ee of gaid co.ipai.y, la the city of Pittsburgh
on the
Fourth Wednesday of February, A. D. 1863.
The Stock and Bond Transfer Books of theComp.iay,
at their ofilce in the city of Plitabarch. and at their
transfer scenes In the city of Hew York, will ho elu*ea
on the iCilx day of February, and aatu
ibeftthof February Ihcrc'.rer. _ , _
fc3 zCKMd W. U. BASSES. SeOTtaT.
"RHODE ISLAND CENTRAL
XV' TANK RHODE CRAN'D.—Pursuant to* dser£
tal order of t\e Supreme V o ?* «^° t g^ u °yj532
Dland, the mbicnbcr give* noJce t-*t aU perious
holding tUla of the
RKDCEISLABB CENTRA! BASK,
\ D ucy. in ordor to be entitled
ti£w *= declared oat of the ««»
of e.tld Bant. . , [r . s 31. CLARKE. Receiver.
provlder.ee. R. 1.. Jsa.ilth. 13SX Cciziili^
/"AFFICE OF THE CHICAGO Ss
OAwABStK BAILT.OAI, cojeA-vr.
Chicago, January 6th. iss.
.we V i MEETING of the stockholder* of u»«
njiiyji s.
SSmot .<11,“ offleof AW ort.tr
s«cu. 0-1 Ti-iauAr. Fokraitr
U orioct A-il.for tu Kltakm of Dirt®,
t.ro.'cuoo or-r.-A
b,p««ntti . *• 3 '
jaTytWU bconUry.
.3
OCtJtd*E»-ty *
70S nVE TEARS.
.KEW TORS.
....CHICAGO.
furs.
Financial.

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