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tbjHS. IOOIXE WATER,
pore lobiy* in pore Watxb. a care for Scrotal*
Consumption. Dyspepsia. Itbcumtbm. Scura'gb.
Mercurial Plscr sen. and all those distressing and adllrt
lo a mabdle* which arise from an enfeebled, vitiated
B*. ate ol the blood, defective nutrition. an Impure at*
BOfphcrc. 4c.
It* genotoenffi* as a pore section and Its excellence
as a medicine a; c attested by fact dbtlnßUbhea names
as Dr. J. K. ClDlon, Prof. K. U. Parker. Prot J. C.
Booth, tmd others equally wtli too *m to science
#1 per bottle.
DB. U. AVDEBS & CO..
Physicians and Chemists. 428 Broadway. K. T.
For tale "by
ap&cSiT-Sm
BLISS * SHAW*.
141 Lake ft feci. Chicago. XU.
TVR. JAMES, (formerly of New
A-' Orleans.) whoseunrivallPdeacceMlnthetreat
tnent of Chronic. Mercurial, Blood, and oiherdlsewea.
THAT REQUIRE SKILLFUL TREATMENT,
Eta permanently located himself at & Randolph,
ftrcct.Chicago. Dr..;«me9t«rccommcndedby the me
dlcal faculty, and the almost entire press of the South.
Thousand# of unfortunate blew Dr. .TAMES, who.
tout for him. would be living a miserable exist
ence Tin* enrllWe reputation Dr. James enjojs from
thcLaVee to the Gulf, U the result of yean of study
and observation.
p>. James uses no Mercury. lodide. Potawll, Arsenic
or sarsaparilla. In The treatment of blood diseases,
tmtancutreUzpr. which Is a positive core.
Organic Weakness cured by a new and Infallible
method. a&ving both Ume and expense.
Office and parlors at S6 Randolph street, (ap-stalrsj
Office hours from 9 A. M, nnOl 9 PM.
CONSULTATIONS INVIOLABLE.
jnhSl-bWSI-3nj
"TYR. HILLIARD—Long and fa-
XJ vorably known In the Northwest, has his office
»t 68 Randolph street. Chicago, up stairs, fer iha cure
of all diseases, ma.e or icm&le. Special attention given
to aB maladies of long standing. I have cored some
of the worst case# of blood diseases ever known In
this country. Patients at a distance can consult mo
by letter with every confidence. Advice gratis. En
close stamp to secure a ready answer to Interrogations
Female Golden Lunar Pills, price one dollar per box
If sent to a distance three Uree-cett stamps are re
quired to prepay postage, Offlc hour#from BA. M.iU
30P.M. P.O.BoxKIO. Cldcago.TU. m>T6-d933Sw
TVEPTHERIA! DIPTHERLA! 1
HlavVsDipUierla Cura.GoxaaavttmTO craatK all
casks, on thk ao.sxr aar vxutv. The trade supplied
by Lord * Rtr.itu. Wholesale Dregglste, 23 Late s.reet,
Chicago.
THROAT AND
SonTnbe *nd wy reputation *» au experienced phy-
Sclan. win secure a ?’‘d onre even lo la.
s's „£af> n vis* So/d
c*ve a foil (je-crlprion of their diseases.
* mh4 aTSi-hm w-raz
rxRTXKEXXESS CURED.—
I / The inebriate may now bid deflaacs to the tempt*
-cecot 1 Dr. X.arcS antidote for Strong Drink* 1* a
certain enr** for
rtron" r.rlnk. and ran he administered without the
IrnowlcdceoltliepailHit. Price Sl.OOabox. Suitby
to any artilre??. by S. C. \M, td3 Chcsaut
street. Plmdcipbla. Fa. Circulars sent free.
nyldPMa
T ADTES, READ! A’ THEAS
XJ uut you vod ;;
rhoosc between Beauty. Vigor and Health, or Faded
L.oki iiLd lYcmntnre Decay.
The Casket of Pearls!
Cottilnin? Sxcmt Cor*SRW for the
mothers. Wives and Daughters of America,
<3o Ceetaxn rocjrs tT iu-nrortai,ce v e»3ea:tal to
tlieirlieauty. , Vl?or mul UcaUb.
ByiladatncbEU-MosT. French Physician.
A timely perusal cf this invaltuble workwin svve
the live* iV tbi»m-fc:>4s o£ our Mothers. Wives aud
Daoehierß.—Dr. La Moms ~ , , . ..
The “Casket" *hun!d t>e opened by every may in the
land —Dr. Deans. ,
Secret ront.go. equally adapted for
tie bloth*r.‘Wife wad huddles Main-ti -D-*. lURVirr-
Oh! that I had read tide book ta n-a-on. my (urlmg s
life would ha\c If-cu saved.—A Monica.
The above work ii not Intended for the perusal of
Gentlemen. . _ „
On toetcePe 10 cent* to Madame Keaumont. P. n.
Box CP7. erdraao. 111. the book will be sent fro-to any
part of the Tidied Star* s. apil*c7w-lw
THE CONFESSION'S AND EX
A rMEU2.CE or i
HKKVOIS JSVALED.
Published for tteberitr.tMd »* a cation to ywshjs
aer. and others vhu suttet tro-. Nervous Dtc.i-ry.
Eiily Decay and their kludtod
taemcanscfsetfcurt Uv <m« anol-as cared tuns-li
CJtcrbeJnga Tjrtlu) cf ruf-plac-d co*failure In f.n.rll
e»l humbug and quackery. 3y c.corbie » Po*tjau
directed envelop, slpclc ro;>!e- r: iy be ii*a m the
author. KATIIASirf MAToiK v-q HeJiord.
Elncscouaty.Kew lork. j.-Vz^Sm
BATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE.
' The beat In the world.
WILLIAM A BaTCHEMS’S
Selebrated Hair Dye pro<inres» cotor not tobedie
tlnculahed from nature—warranted >ot to Injure the
BalrlpttielC3Stivcnied.es ti c 111 ••"’cct# of bad dys.
and Invigorates the ha»r for Ve.
OHBY, BED, OB RUSTY HATS
instantly turns a spieudio Kara or »rowu. leaving the
Bairsottaad beautiful. Sold >w ah Dmeeists. ±c.
grthe genuine 1« signed William A, lutcneior oi
the four sides of each box. ‘■jirtnrv. Si lurciav-st.,
Sew Fork. (iate 23 U roadway :* Bond.j Jyj s.Cf-fy
CURING AND SUMMER
KwJ months areithe mouths to purify the blood.
Use the Dandelion and Wild Cherry Bitters*
A few bottles will have the desired cEVct. This Is not a
tnramro. bet 1? the best Mood purifier In me. All
ißoneyrcfaudedlfs.ui!iiac:lfini«nid ehea. Pricesoc.
S. 11 L'X i IN (j 1 OX. McGregor, lo wa.
Proprietor.
Agents i s Cmcioo-BCCK i RiTXoil. S3 Clark
etrcct; J. IT. REED & C r ). i IWLakc <u ap24-c9>o 6w
UOTHERS !!
ill MOTHERS!!!
Don't tali to procure
ÜBS. WINSLOW? SOOTHING SYRUP fob ceil.
DUEN TEETIIISC.
ThlevaloAUfc preparation 1* the prescription of oie
of the most expcri-rcttl and tk'Uial Nurses la New
England, and Las been used with never (ailing success
la thousands of ca«et.
It not only relieve* the child from pain, but Invlgo
rates the stnmacb and bowel# comets acidity, and
gives tone ond energy :o tie whole system. It will al
. most Instantly reiloe
GEXPIKQ IK TEE BOWELS AND WIND COLIC,
And overcome Cocvcidoj.a. wuicn, if not speedily
remedied, end in death. we b-lleve it the best and
surest rcmeayliitte »ond.tu vm-csof DYSENTERY
And DIARRHEA IK CHILI>R*CN whether vhJcs
from Teething or fretn any • ucr cause
Full director# forohlngwUl hcc jtnpanv each bottle.
None germne unless the facsimile ofCURm & PUS
EINS, New York. Ison tneoutside wrapper.
Bold by all Medicine Dealer*
Principal Office, Dey street, Kcw York.
Price ovlt us czsrs rxa Borm*.
Jnsmanu.
jyjILLER & WILLMARTH,
FIKE, MAItI.XE AM* LIFE
XNSUEANCE AGENTS.
Office, No. 150 South Water St.,
DOLE’S BUILDING, CHICAGO, ILL,
T. L. MILLER. • • • H. B. WILLMABTH.
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF NEW TORE,
PROVIDENCE WASHINGTON INS. 00.,
Of Providence.lLL. Chartered 179 D.
ARCTIC FIBE IHSHEANCE CO.,
OF NEW YORK.
CITIZENS* FIEE INSIJEANCE C0 n
OF FEW TORN.
GEEMANIA riBE INSURANCE CO.,
OF KEW YORK.
ADRIATIC EIRE INSURANCE C 0. #
OF NEW YORK.
HAKPDEN FIRE INSURANCE C 0. t
OF SPRINGFIELD MASS.
MANHATTAN LITE INSURANCE C0 n
OF NEW YORK.
&T No Cbarce for Stamps on Policies.
jnshra^ce.
FIRE AND MARINE.
THE CORA EXCHANGE
KSt K.nci: coMPiw,
OS’ NEW VORK,
Cash Capital aadSurplus,ssoo,ooo
JOSEPH KETCHUM. | ARTHUR B. LOWERRK.
Provident. I vice ProstJeut
WJI.H.WINDSOi:. J. PRYORUORKE.
Secretary. I A«ei»t*nt beemary.
RISKS sga'rrt Ws and damage by FIRE, and rbkg
of INLAND NAVIGATION AND TRASBPORrA.
HON. fll-'IL. CARGO. »&d FREIGHTS accepted, and
Lo&aabp>Ja by
S. P. CARTER, Absent,
No. 8 Board Trade Buildings,
SOUTH WATER STREET. CHICAGO. ILL.
fjoof- Skirl fQannfactorj).
YORK AND ILLINOIS
Hoop Skirt Manufactory,
And Importer and dealer in all kinds of
French and German Corsets.
mAT WHOLESALE
AND RKT4IL. T8
South Clftrfc fctreot,
fo.iposlte the Court
caicioo. rLLtNOM.
t - bilk A Coitoa Sk:ru
**~_ i h muds to order at
-f-T i»mm fhort notice. Old
Skirts repaired, allet
sduid abapedatcO'Vd
■■* i «*new. Foil stock of
-■> ‘-i, woven, double 11*-
1 - * ~ > aoaJ.brtdilAFrurx*
constantly oe
ennerea-spio pi spring., iaai«- 600 3
b\B.-Wrcpalr
*ra cnarcc. provided they *>*, *rw on f~ x ‘
*re to be of the butt anility.
mwei earn if not
cals seat to residence. #. »ao m pu-
ffotlcc tc 'Wholesale Buyers.
AawocaTeceenlathe Afar. buslne* nn&bthAfi
■heclnnlrg of the trade, asd ha* c branches of
in ail the principal cities of the Union, u well aa Lo?
don—aodao our London Agent Ibrokaea os our eteS
at nmcoat— tha« gtnag our cuEtoaer*the ßenertoi
what we should otberwlse pay for commlaef onr—re
arc aoleto aell lower than any other manufacturer
Orders by man promptly attended to. ‘
L. XBIGEB, Proprietor for Chicago,
Hew Fork Factory. S Bowery.
■rtKhly Chicago Post OOceßokiKS
banking an'& (Euiiange.
DKKXEL & CO.,
4i CLARK STREET, CHICAGO,
Receive Deposits, Make Advances upon Pro
duce in Store and Shipments, and transact
General Ranking Business.
Read. Dkexel ± Co* Deexkz, & Co.
yew York. tityS dJiSly] Philadelphia.
T>AXK OF AMERICA.—PubIic
J_> yotlce 1* hereby given, that ali Bill* orClrcalat
lag Note* of
“ bask OP AKEBMA,"
Heretofore incorporated and doing business in tbec'tv
of Cblcaco.ttndertbcecnera; butSuSS oftSlSfc
of lliJnofs nitist be presented forrSmcnt to the \odf
"offtMlfl Accom-U of said St-ft.atbis office, to
w,t htn three vtot# f-otn lha
e ftjndsdeposited for redemption
1)8 B |VCri tip to Raid bank.
Dated tklsSbiih day of May. A, D. l-vil.
ffWTPI ,, _ GEORGE SMITH. President.
E. W. woubp, Cashier. ly2>VgiiiU>'el a A
OFFICE OF
J. A. EULIS & CO.,
CmoAGO, March 2, 190,
Tiienndwrtgnod having purchased the stock of the
Trader's Bank of Chlcapo.and succeeded to its bo sinew,
have opened an office In this city, oa the Northwest
corner of Lake and Clark streets, for the purpose of
doing •
General Banking and Exchange Business,
We wOl pay particular attention to the purchase and
sale of Exchange. Coin and Treasury Notes, ana will
be pleased to act as correspondents or agents for coun
try banka and bankers.
We will also keep for sale United fititc* Revenue
Stamps, on which we allow a discount ot four per
•cut. when ordered in amounts of 1530 and upwards,
and ol three per cent, on amounts of |IOO.
J. A.ELLIS* CO.
mS-aftß-Sm
E. I. TINKHASI, Cashier.
T'UE MERCHANTS, FARMERS
-L AND JIECIIANICS SAVING’S BANK.
52 Clark Street, CHlcago, 111.
Office Lour* Dorn 10A.M.to 3P.M. Also. fromSP
31. to 9 P. M. Tuesday and Saturday.
INCORPORATED IN IBGI.
Clx per cent. Interest paid on Savings,
nmzcroEs asd oftickbs.
_ President—S. H. IXEEi’WOOD.
c. Stretat.or. Counsel—Wst. c. Oottdv
Vlcc-Prcs C—P4L WxstfaiAh Cashier—Srwrzr Mrsu
BOASD 9F ZIAMIXUBS.
J. c. Fargo, j. .M. JJoantrce, M, Lewis.
J.RJonea, T.S.Willllpa. S.S.Mavcs.
i- Rev.D.Dunne,VC.C. 8. Dole,
ir ‘t dkatrj, J. G. Giudele. A. li. Burley,
Kd.HemMtaad. T,H.Beebe. W.R.Scales,
r*« *4il B T p * DJ> ~2r U a^e ' Hon. W.n. Ogden.
J.M.W. Jones. W. E. Doggett. t024-uCij6-ly
H. DOOLITTLE,
BANKER,
10 South Clark street Chicago, illlnel#.
Drpoejtererelved. Kxchanee bought and avid and
every facility for the lr»n.-actJoa of nil bustne.-t per
telairg tu Banking. mv3-nis-ly
w. F. COOLBAUGH & CO.,
BANKERS, CHICAGO.
Deposits received. Prompt attcouoc given to the
u>’.tj‘ ssof correspondent.-*.
w. k, COOUU-VQB. COOLBATTOH * BROOKS.
PS-b'SUCm Chicago. Bnrllogton. lowa.
Kailroafl anb Steamboat Cine*.
r rO THE ARMY" OF THE PQ
. T('M AC.—To officers and solilers oa lurloagh or
dltcbargej. going to the p
WEST, SOUTHWEST,
on
Philadelphia, New York and Boston.
THE ONLY PLACE TO PROCURE TICKETS
Ib at the Depot of the
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Co.
We nave no connection with any outside otPccs The
or ly place to procure s thronch ticket': orto 'Mve’vonr
bflgpaa'c checked from Washington. is at the Depot of
ti c company. *
Cheaper fare, eloper connection* ana quicker time
than any other route.
BEWAEE OP KUNJiEHS:
ilnvc nothing to do with them, hat oome rightstraight
to the Depot and buy yoar tickets, Ortlccrs and --> -
-- < i lf ' c £- !lr S etl °ron furlonch taken at KKDtJCED
KATftB. >o omnlbcslngbyihLj route.or charge for
han Jims baggage. b
- Ip 11 ”* leave at 4:30, 7 and 11 ; 15 A, M. •3. r and
V-v i) B. M. Attached to the train I* a car for Sick aud
wounded Soldiers, without extra chare*-.
„ ID W. BDMtrNDS, Piuscnzer Agent.
G. S, KOO\TZ, General Agent. apTSdtti im
f BUFFALO, CLEVELAND
J * AKD
1863 Chicago Lins. 1833
For the earning season of navt.raUon.lhe steamer*
oftU« Hi e will run ta conaccilcu, and on alternate
du\f, withuxose of the
Western Transportation Company
BETWEEN
CHICAGO AND BUFFALO,
rOEiHNO A
DAILY LI3STE
(Snadcys excepted) for the transportation of FreJeM
aril lV*»engers. Burming la connection, at Bu’Jalo.
with the
Sew York Central Railroad, Spauld
ing's Express, Union Express;
Tl-C WISTERX TKAXSPOBTATIOV COMPAXraad
Troy and Erie Lines of Canal Boats, oa
_ the Erie CanaL
AtClevclard.wlth
CLEVELAND AND PITTSBURGH RAILROAD.
The steamers composing this line are of thcUrcrst
size, and oi great arrargib and speed, with superior
aocnrrxnodatlons for Passengers.
With these unequalled faculties the line Is prepared
to contract to tram port nroj-erty from New \ orfe. no*
ten, Albany Troy and all tn* principal points on tne
lire of the New York Central Railroad »nd the Brie
Canal,to tb* ports on the Weft Sho'e of Lake Michi
gan : and from those ports to Cleveland, Buffalo, and
all points East.
For rates of freight and passage apply to
JOHN H. MORE. Agent N'TV.C. Railroad, N*o. 239
Broadway, N. T,
HUGH ALLEN, Agent Western Transportation Co..
Ko. 1 CoenllesSlip. N. V.
M.B. SPAULDING, Spaulding's Express. N0.2 As
lor House. N. V.
,1. H. WILGUS & CO., Proprietors of Union RipreM
and Agent# Troy A Erie Line, No lafi Broadway, a-d
No. 11 Cocntlcs S.lo. N. Y.
POND & Me* KRIS. Cleveland. Ohio. t
WM. STEWART, Apom C. A P. R. R.-Fltti-burg, pa.
BIC'HHONP A: HANCOCK, Agta,,
Otllce foot of State street. Chicago.
SHEIDON PEASE, ManaslnsfAiyt.,
Office foot of wicnlcau flre-t. BufMo.
A. A. S.VIfIPLB,
apS-cSIT-iin Paosra.re - Attest.
'J'HE KOIiTHERN
Transportation Company
of omo,
is rgrpAwm to titAjisPocTPimi'mrmißTwexa
BOSTON, AT.r. POINTS IN NEW EKQL4KD,
HEW YOBK ANN THE WEST,
WITH PROMPTNESS, CARE AND DISPATCH.
This well known llac of fifteen first claw screw Steam*
era connects at OGDENSBUGH with railroad for
Norton end all points In New England • at Cape Vln
ceit with the Railroads between cape Vincent aad
Few York; and at Oswego wltn a line of thirty
first class Canal Boat* between Oswego,
Troy. Albany and New York.
Form a DAILY LIKE from Boston, Kew York,
Ogder rtmrgh, Cape Vincent and to Cleveland,
Toledo and Detroit, and aTRI- WEEKLY LIKE
To Chicago and Intermediate Ports.
AGENTS.
J. MYERS. 74 Pearl street, Kew York.
JOHN in HIKING. State street. Boston,
GEO. A. EDDY, ogdenaburgh.
JOHN H.CRAWFORD. Oswego.
A. F. SMITH. Capo Vincent.
WALKER & HAYS, Toledo,
E. R. MATHEWS, Detroit.
O. .1. HALE. Milwaukee.
FELTON AGREED, CJereiacd.
N. J. HOWB.Chlcaga,
Office and dock foot ofNorthLasalle street.
mhUl-btifirtm
IS6S. THE lSe3.
PEITNSYIVAHIA CENTEAI E. E.
825 Stllci Doable Track.
la order to keep pace with the demands of the travel
ion public, the managers of this popular route have
idrtfd many Improvements during the year 13T2. and
with hfronnectionß.lt will be found In all respect# A
FIRST CLASS ROUTE to all the Eastern clue*. The
track le atone ballasted, a&d entirely free dust.
TIIRKR DAILY TRAINS FROM
PITTSBURGH TO PHILADELPHIA
twlth close connections from Wc£t&rn Cities.)
All connecting direct to New fork. THROUGH PHIL
ADELPHIA, and clone connections nt Harrisburg for
BALTIMORE AND WASHINGTON.
From Pittsburgh to New York, one train runs dally.
f4.ni edits,) via Alleatowu. without change of cars, ar
riving la ndvance of all other roctea.
SEVEN DAILY TRAINS FROM
PHILADELPHIA TO HEW YOEK,
Tlckei* for pale to Boston by boat or ralL Boat Tic
ket# good on any of me sound Unue. Faro to all polsu
a# low iu> any route.
Yor^sn^UaUlmore^ 11 * trßlQ * *° New
Rflgcage checked ’through and transferred free,
FREIGHTS.
By this Route Freight* of all description# f OP ,
warded to aad from Philadelphia. New York, Boston
or Baltimore, to aad from cry polat on the Railroad*
of Ohio, Kentucky. Indiana. lilinou, Wisconsin, lowa
or Missoorj nr £au.poax> msxcr.
The Pennsylvania central Railroad also conneca at
Pittsburgh with Steamers, bywhlch Goods can be for
warded to any port on the Ohio, Muaklcgum Ken
tucky. Tennessee. Cumberland. Illinois, Mississippi.
Wisconsin, Missouri. Kansas. Arkansas and Red Rivera.
«odnt Cleveland, Sandusky and Chicago wlthfiUuuo
•m to all l*orts on the North-Western Lakes.
Merchants and Shippers entrusting the tranaporta
ticn of their pnrigbt to this company, can rely wlt£
toaflde-'ce oa Its wpcedv transit.
T HE Rates OF FREIGHT to and from any point
•a the Wert by the Pennsylvania Central Kallrosa ax»
•t Aixrn*** as r * von * hu as abx coasosd pt ora
tp h.viLeoad compaxjzb.
packages "ViAPzxN’e
Cjtsm*bß.R."
for I might Contracts or Shipping Directions, annli
to or address either of the following Agents or the
00 T »^l ell ? ,t 's k K eat 'FltUbnrgX
i LAUKR A CO.. Transfer Agents, Fittsbunra.
Ct).. Cincinnati. Ohio.
I*. C. MKLDRUkt A cO„ Madison. Indiana
J, E. MOpRK. Louisville. Ky.
W. W. AIRMAN d CO.. EvaaavUle. led.
R. r. PASS. St. Louis. Ho. ‘ °*
CL AKKRA CO., Chicago. TUlnola.
J. H. Mcl’OLM. I’ortsmor.Ui. Ohio.
McXKKLY & MONTGOVrhr. MayesvUtc Kv
W. H. * KL. LANGLKY. Gallipoli#. Ohio ’
H. F. FIERCE. & CO.. Zanesville. Ohio.
N.H. HUDSON, Iliplev,. Ohio.
R. C.MEI.DRUM, GcaerallraveUng Agent for tSt
South aad west.
LIVE
STOCK.
Proven wd Fanner* will find this the most tdv*a
agcoos route for Live Stock. Capacious Tarda well
watered itcd ennphed with every coavenleocs have
iec:i opened on ibis line and its connections and even
itterhou la pa!d to tbclr wonts. From Harrisburg
where wil! be found overyconvcnler.ee for feeding *n?
tegtlng. a choice la offered of the PHtLADELPu* \
KEV.’YORK and BALTIMORE MARKETS. Tin* will
algo be found tLe shortest, quickest and most direct
route for Stock to New York—fvl* AUcntowsl—asc 1
w.ih fewer changes than any other.
ENOCH LFWIS.Ger.T Sopt. Attoooa. Pa,
L. L. Jiorrr, Gca’l TlrkrtAMut, Philadelphia.
H.H.HOUSTON.QeaTrTOjht Agent. Philadelphia.
fsS-yta.ly
Bnmntsc (Harfls
rjOODRICH & LAWSON,
V_® Manufacturers of Hn«n Collars and French
Vote Shirts, 7S Randolph street. up *talra. Shirt* and
collet* mneto older. Collars lauadricd it sc ccnt»
per dozen. mr7 d 533 iw
Drs. e. a. rogue and
c. F. IVES. DENTISTS.
141 Lnko Street, Chicago.
Dr*. Bogne and Ires are prepared to attend to nil
professional calls both for artificial teeth and for opera*
tione upon the natural ones. my 7 dsas-im
pUTLER, BALL & CO.
LIGHTNING 808 DEALERS
And Commission Merchants. 93 KJazlc street, Chicago
. BT4<st«w
PRESSING,
BEAL ESTATE AGENT,
® Garmon Block. Chicago, Illinois*
z UtflMJ-ii
Chicago -tribune.
MONDAY, MAY 18, 1803
LIST OF LETTERS
Remaining uncalled for in the Chicago Post
Office.
LADIES’ LIST.
Adame M O mre Anderson Carrie
Adame Clara Anderson Kate miss
Allwell Julia mrs Amlck Reran D mra 2
AlrsyMary Ayers Maty miss
Algar Jane mre Austin Li able miss
Alden Nancy B mrs Ayhvorth Kate miss
AihVoo Behecca niies Austin Nellie Fm'es
AMen Anna E mise Atkinson Lucy mrs
Alh-nJRmrB Avery Sainul mre
Allen SI J mre Allison Annie miss
Anderson Ann mw Alexander Amelia mrs
Andrcu t Harriet N mrs
B
Bach ST S miss Booth Nancy miss
Babcock Heuricttc miss Bonbon; NancyJauemlss
Babbitt Adda.-dc ml=s 2lo»f ouic Jane miss
Bailey Sarah rules Boyle William mrs
Baker L mrs Bovvne Mary miaa
Baker Slaty miss Byrde Rose miss
Baker John J mrs Braun Jas M mre
Babcock Maris mrs Bmmiock Ann mra
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Keefe Wm Kirtzpalrick JasKeating Edwd
KmneWm Kelly James K Keating David
Karmen WH King James B King Danl capt
Kelly John Kennedy Thor- Kendall Coma-
Keating John W ton lius
s-eryt Kirkwood Thos Kelly Patrick
Kelly Joshua B S KavenamHi Chas
Kennedy JohnWKeith AB Kernan Patrick
Kelly J B KepnerGeoW Kelley Andrew
Ke-lr .Tames Knapp GrovenorK**ltb & Snell
Kls?eltJ Kirby Thos KlamphN.Dß
Kelly Timothy Kellogg Chas
Lnverange Leo Lassen E Lodge Wm
LindseyLaut Larkin E LndiogtonWll
LaphamWm Lawson DII Logan John A
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LajiyonJohu LeiaudG Lynch James
Lewie John LapereChasC LorawayHW
Lcdtiy John Lome Eli Lurlgan James
Lawret.ce John Lee David S Lowry Thomas
LtmreuceJos HLivlngston Lockwood Frank
Lacey James Pierce Lord EH
Lillie J A Levi Chas LlovdDavid
Lane James LeeCiuslE Livingston Phi-
Lamon Isaac Leach AH* llpp
Lillibridge ClarkLce Patrick Lummis Roht
Lilly Henry B LeeserM Logan CP
Lowe H W LascdJs &Den- Lock Chas
Lester GB vir Loop CP rev
Lageer Frank Leceßeaj Lord & Wilson
Lind Sylvester Lutkin PC& co Logan A B
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Martin Frede- Marshall Geo F Miller Capt L W
rick MeadsThos MillcrJnoD
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Merrilll S McßrideAudrewMillikwn IsaacL
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Metcalf Edwin I MeDermaf 2 Milton Frink R
Morchouee Ed- McGorwan DlckMillerD II
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Mabony Jno 15 McKay John Mttaridge D S
Maeou Traveree McClucky Wm Biloorc Chester C
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Mutter Isaac Jaeger Morgan A G
Molloncy James Mcllale M Moriil-r Bernard
M:uke James McGulmMichaelMorgan N
MeadoueWm MrFane— Murry Patrick
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Wanner Nevill Philip J Nichols A H
NorrihG W Newt-11 P.N Nod Joseph
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OddJS O’Colalum P O’Niel Andrew
Oliver F S O'Cftlahan Jere* O’NJel James
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Patterson JF Pepper Patrick Pratt & Valpoy
Parker Jl) Peck Charles Pope IIS-
Parrot,* &co Purcells George Pond U H
Peliett Ja? H H Pike Dan H
Peccock JS 2 Parish Prank Parhle Jas A
Parkinson J A PennockSntnndPulslferMEP
Pearson Joseph Pcterkein Speu- Purdy Lucie
Parker JotiuU cer Preston J
Payne John P<ndcfga?tß M Pierce ET
Phillip* Wm II PhillipsD B Pool EP
Paik Wm Oscar Phillips CC Porter Ed C
Parris Jas II Poole Thomas Porter E Pay-
Phillips L W I’rice &co Gi oA son
Peak L or J'rout Thomas PafnnmEhhla
Patterson Henry Porter Amosa Pomeroy S B
Perry A C col Powell Thomas Porter Wm capt
Pettit G lion Purtenney A R Powell Wm T)
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PjeiiderviJlc Maurice D
Quir.n Martin Quald John Qunlan Edmund
Quirk Timothy
Knife Rawr>omWarren Rannfon & Car-
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Rozneln hros Rich R 1) A Rocho Owen
Reynold- John Root Charles
Rankin John R Rlcbohouc Jo- Rowley Csl
Reed Laurence shna Ryan Patrick
RecdWP Rciil Richard R Rohbius Chand-
Ripley WmT Ragin Darhy ler
Raflln James Raymond H W Ryan Patrick F
Richardson Ja- Reynolds Pat- Root Edwin
cob 2 rick Roerer Daniel
Ryder J J Rexfotd Chas L Rutter Horace
Reid J W Richards 2C W Comstock
Itccd A W capt Rlckoleon broe Rust Melvin N
Reynolds &Wil-Jlecsßn Roe Richard
lie 3 Rlchman N P Rowland Mar-
Ready Hary Rawgon&Bate- shall
Raycraft Tlioe man Rlngborn Edwrd
Rafferty Thos Read NTT Roberts Run-
Radium Thos Reed A W capt eom 2
ReadG W capt Rien John Russell Ellis-jr
Rendell Geo B Revlin J W Robertson V H
Read Joseph II Rooney T P egt Rummage S S
Rattray John Rhine John capt 2
Roichardt F F Russell John Houan Thomas
Redmond ilar- Robirsoo JohnEßusscJl G W
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Rciklc John Robison W E Ross William
Rickey John R Russell PL Roehlld J A
Reunick J W Roam A H Robin Henry
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Sherldoi Patk Sander Jaa Y Sabin C L
Shrp'rard Chas Shlrrl Jas Shuvelin Ethvd
S; .cl Grange 2 Shandley Michl Sawyer Edwin
Scamcrhorn N.v Shauson John WSbeldon Ralph
Ihanicl Shults John H jrSanford £
Stiiverßalsar2 SittsJoseph Seaman Stephen
Sergeant IJrinWShufer Jewick Seeley S S
Sherman Chas DSauders J Shaw Stephen G
Stores CornclineSandereon JosphSheridan waltr
SaundersCharleyßhurlock John Sherman Wm
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Slyer Geo A 2 Sanderson JosphShcnvood rick-
Shancon Thos Sawyer Jos capt ens &co
Shepard IlnryD Sandy John R Sands Wm
Sawyer Henry J Sherwood JnoßSherman Alex
Sanders John Shephard LntherStaets Jackson
Sliaw J B Smith Samuel I) Swanton John
Shontuy R S Smith John Dcv-stcrcs John D
Sherman BF erlv Strait Wesley
ShanchDcs-yPatSmllh Joseph Swnnston Wm
SinclairLC Smith W C Stewart WmM
Sibley Sylvester Spearm Wm Stafford Martin
Smith Samuel J Smith W B Steadman L
Speer E W Singleton WmG Stiles E G
Spencer Darfd Stone TP Sweet EJ
Spcncc DarvldßSSmith W D Stevens Robt
Sioilh PcriT II SMuhton Lewis Stevens H M
Smith Cyrus Sinclair J Swanson L P
Smith Peter H SleyterW Smith Jfcco
Small Curtis C Slayt/r mr Stenson Francis
ShnmonsCharleySoules James A Suleman Sam
Smith Philo Smith James Stewart TL
Skivington Bar-Singer Joseph Swcm Geo
i;ry Sullivan JI) Stees John A
Smith Oran capt Spear Geo cant Stei ana J L
Smith H B Smith JnmesTO Stokes James
Skinner N Smith James 2 Stoddard Hord-
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Skinner N A Stiles John it Snlltvan&Jehhß
Sin;on F M Stehblngs P G Steely Wcdcls «fc
Smith SP Stack John co
Smith G W capt Stanlv Joseph Stiles A Baxter
Spriggs TL Stearns John K Stone X A
Sonic Tho* Stewart John R Stowell N H
Spencer Thos Sutton John Steven? Cil
Stone T P Stearns John K S>vnin M W
Smith HK Stanley John Stevens HJ
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Spi-ar Geo capt Sullivan John M Stone Ira
Smith Geo J Stafford John Stcinson Jerry
Sipes John Stewart John n Stem J T rev
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Tewksbury 0 T Tucker Israel Tucker & Tirol
Taft H D aergt Thomton JamesTobin Moses
Thompson mr Tracy James D Taylor
Trotter Jno ThompsouJasHTl&rney James
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Timmerman JnoTrouor David Tate Wm
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Thornton James W Taylor JamcsM
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Walton A L Webber Wm Wood Geo L
Walludin J Bill Waller Wm Woodard H
Warn Sami A Waller Wmn WoolvertonSW
Wndkame FredEWindvran, FrankWoodhnll Jos
master _ & co ' Woolverton B
Walker SM WilrootDan9 Wolcott Ed A
Walker Samuel Wilkins KW Wooster A J
Wagoner AnthnyWhipph* R W Wordy A
Wellman 0 Winter Cbas 0 Woodard N W
Webster A M Whitman B WoolaverNichF
Waller Cbas 8 2 Writer Cbas E Wright Thos
Warner C £ Wheeler C& eo Wood J H
Wendell Chas Wilson Chas Woods Wm
Walker & Atkin-Wheeler T W Woodward G W
son Wheeler HogoneWoodruff Wm
Wade Charles Wheeler CharleaWood Wm
Wayne Daniel Wheeler C Wheclhonse WF
WendorffChag Whitman Chas AWiliiama Juo U
Webster Danl Whitteer J G Williams Geo T
s.atren Robert Wickham JJ Williams WmH
WallATrev WillsJW&co WhitneyWHdr
Wadleinh H IT 3 Wilson Johnson Williams Geo
Weeks Geo B Winter John D Wiswell Wm
WalkerGeoH WhiteJohnM WhalingWiuW
Bcetbrook G WWhcelerS W Williams &co
WincmanEiifleldWilsop S K Watkins £ co
Washburn Geo Welly Sami White A
Weir Geo E Whitchonsn S S White Ony
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Young Albert
Young BT
Late from Branch. Offices.
AUteJE ‘ Dlcdson Henry Miller Andrew
Bran Ii A Dcering Christo-NoUn Patrick
Cahill Maurice pher O'Cianer Danl
(larke WE Dr Hezmathatch Pagan John
Child. Cbaa Thos Phillips chal-
Duffy James Hayt-s Jas munnfl
DitmaisHV HaochettScth VauVleckEß
Delong Patrick Klolen MlchalenVanchey Mark
Initial*.
Spur of Monmonth....Draughtsmen Agent
Mondell'sExpress Freight Line ...J08....80x
1043 or 8340.... Saratoga Empire Spring Depot ...
JGMcG....W 8....M J....H £ G....A£McC
Blaring Wm M
Persona wishing drop letters advertised must
affix a three cent 'stamp.
SSf' Office open from Ist of April to Ist of No
vember, from 7a. m. till Sp. m. From November
Ist till April Ist, from S a. m. till 8 p.m. and on
Sundays from S:3O a. m. till 10:15 a.m.
2x9 J. L. SCRIPPS. P. 1L
miscellaneous
QEOCEEIES,
ewevg, mim & co.,
75 South Water street, Chicago,
Offer for rale AT THB VKRT LOWEST PRICES to
CLOSE BUYERS AND PROMPT MEN,
* wea selected stock of
GROCERIES
AT WHOLESALE,
EMBRACING
Sugars, JPish.,
Teas, Tobacco,
Coffees, Hice,
Syrups, Spices,
M.olasses, Soaps,
Dried Fruit,
WOODEN WARS, and all articles usually included In
their line.
We hare bought nort of our pool? for cazh, and he-
UeviUhatwe can make It to the Interest of all norchaa
xt)g .i this market to call and examine onr stock before
oaym e . EWING. BRIGGS* CO..
If o. 73 South Water street, Chicago,
Wiu.L. Swing, st. Louis. Mo.
- Clinton Briggs. 1™,..™
Thomas U German*. t Chlca S°- aylS-r3SMy
ESTABLISHED 1760
PETER lOEHLAED,
Snuff and Tobacco Manufacturer,
IG A: 18 CDIHBEBSST.
(Formerly 42 Chambers street. New Tork.)
Would call the attention of Dealers to the articles ol
bis manufacture, viz.:
BIIOIVR SNUFF.
Slacaboy, Deuilgros.
Fine Rappee pure Virginia.
Coarse Rappee. NaichltoahM.
American Gentleman, Copenhagen.
YELLOW SNUFF.
Scotch. Honey Dew Scotch.
High Toast Scotch. Fresh Honor Dew Scotch
Irish Illuh Toast, Fresh Scotch,
or Lund) foot,
pr Attention la called to the largo redaction la
price? of Ftne-cnt Chewing and Smoking Tobaccos,
which will be found of a eopsuiou quality.
TOBACCO.
SIIOSEJO. JT>'K COT CBEWIXO. BMOEIXa,
P.A.L., or plain, S.Jago.
Ko. I, Ouvcrd sh or Sweet. Spanish.
F0.2. 6weetSc«ut*'dor..uoc r >. Cana-tor,
Nop. 5*2 mix- Tin Foil Cavendish. Turkish,
ed Granulated.
A circular of prices will he sent on applica
tion. Bli'iVbtr.’-t-am
Q-EEAT ATTRACTION
ASD HEAVY SEDUCTION IN TOE
PRICE OP
FOREIGN
DRESS GOODS!
WICKS, SMITH & GO.,
trill offer ou Tuesday, llic 28th
iiiNt., and every day after until
closed, tbeir entire »toclc,incl«d
-ing over
200 CASES
PROM AUCTION,
AND
PRIVATE SALE,
At 25 per cent less than Original Cost
Also, the leading styles of
DOMESTIC mm.
In lull assortment at a moderate advance Irani Auc
tion rates.
WICKS, SMITH & CO.,
SI and. S3
Franklin street, New York.
fapZ6-dSO-lml
gADDLERY HARDWARE.
HAYDEN, KAY & CO.,
45 & 47 LANE STEEET,
Are prepared to show cash buyers of
Saddlery Hardware
ASD
CARRIAGE TEnnrRvGS,
The largest and beat assorted stock to be found In th
Northwest, embracing
SPRDGS AND AXLES,
Hubs, Sookes, Felloes,
CiEBUCE BODIES AXD SEiTS,
Enameled Cloth, Patent leather, &o.
Also, a large assortment of
HORSE COLLARS AM) BLANKETS,
MfflPS AND LASHES,
Skirting, Bridle, Collar and Harness
LEATHER,
Allot which will he offered at prices that will not
he undersold.
agents FOR
aiowry’s Springs and Axles, Crocket’s
Varnishes.
DOLE'S PATENT
Hnß Boring Machines and Hollow Angers,
P. HAYDEN, W. V. KAY. P. WtLSOY.
New Vork. Chicago. Cincinnati.
mbT-asn-sm
JJATS, CAPS, <fcc.
25 Lake Street.
WEBER, WILLIAMS & FITCH
sow offer for
EAELT SEEING TRANE,
by the package or dozen.
5.000 CASES
Hats, Caps, Straw Goods,
UMBRELLAS. PARASOLS.
Palm Leaf Goods, Shaker Hoods, &o,
eotaprisfre fttll Urea of iH new style* miring the
LARGEST and BEST ASSORTED STOCK 10 be found
Wert of the sea ixiard. mo?t of which was pnrchwd
• before the late advance la price*, acd win bo sold aa
cheap aa con be bought of tka bestnoosee in the Allan*
tic cities. fdg-a&S-Sm
T OEN GRAY,
*’ np.T.BK IS
WOODEN WARE, BROOMS,
Pails, Brushes, Mats, Twines, Cord
age, Tubs, Chums, Cradles,;
■Wagons, Chairs, Soskets, &c<
fTo«. 15 Fniton and 202 Front Street*,
IfewTotk. j
jaK-zOSdm 1
fllisrrliantons
J # H. HEED & CO.,
mrOKIEES ASD JOBUEES DV
MUSS & CHEMICALS,
146 LAKE ST., CHICAGO.
Also, deal largely in
PAINTS, OILS, WINDOW GLASS,
GLASSWAKE,
Burning Oils, Kerosene,
SOAP-MAKER’S STOBK,
Manufacturers’ Goods, Ac., &c,
to w<atem M “-
mh!2 bOKSm if. a! unaa U Y ’
1863.- DRY G °ODS,
Staple and Fancy,
xOB, THE SPRESG,
HARMON, GALE & CO.,
(Successors to Harmon. Aiken & Galej
53 lAKE STREET, Chicago.
- We offer to the trade a large and well-selected
stock o:
COTTON AND WOOL GOODS,
PRINTS,
COTTON ADES,
Yankee Notions, Hoop Skirts, Hosiery
AST) OTHEB GOODS CJ OCS LCfK.
We are row largely In and are prepared to
Oner (Trent Inducements to close buyers, w# solicit
an examination from all wishing to purchase.
ssoss. SABMON, GALE Ic CO.
YOUNG, BROTHERS & on..
33 & 35 Lake street,
AND 39 WABASH AVENUE,
CHICAGO,
—AND—
135 MAIN STREET, ST. LOUIS,
Hare the largest and best assorted stock of
CLOTHING,
To be found In the West, Including a splendid assort
ment of
SpanisliLmenConl'S
-AJNX3 DUSTERS.
Oar Manufactory la at
ISO Chambers-*!., mid 50 War-
rcu»st., 3feiv York,
We ■will sell our Clothing at the
Lowest New York, Philadelphia
-ASD
BOSTON MANUFACTURER’S PRICES.
YOUNG, BROTHERS & 00.
ftpffi d 65 ini
JJ ATS, CAPS AND
Straw Goods
AT WHOLESALE.
E. P. L. BROOM,
(SUCCESSOR TO E. R. KELLOGG* CO.)
50 . . LAKE STREET. - - SO
I have now on baud, and am daily receiving, a
larfcft and well selected stock ot
HATS, GAPS, STB ATP GOODS
SHAKER HOODS, &c. f
suitable for the
Spring and Summer Trade of ’63
Which I offer to the trade, cither byt he package or
dozen.at
LESS THA2T EASTERN PRICES.
Country Merchants, whether purchasing or not, are
cordially tsvltcdto examine n.y stuck and pricea.
E. P, L. BROOM,
Wholesale Dealer la
HATS, CAPS, &c.,
GO X.AT-CE ST. CHICAGO
[mH33m]
gTSIKEE & CO
CLOAKS!
PLAIN, BEADED AND EIOBLY
kibboisebeii.
Circulars and Sacaues,
New .'uni Splendid Styles
NOW HEADY AT
STRYKER & CO.’S,
IVo. 141 Lake street.
ALSO—JUST RECEIVED.
SraaEß, Lilli, and FIVE LUIBS WOOL
SHATO,
la Seasonable Colors.
DRESS GOODS
StTN CIUBBELUS,
Parasols and Sun Shades*
A large stock now in store.
Bonnet, Trimming and Belt Bibbons.
jonrors a aisxahdke’s xfos.
A large assortment :f
HOOF SKIRT S,
Prints and Domestic Goods,
EMBROIDERIES, HOSIERY & GLOVES
Just opened. and will be sold at prices as low as can
el&where be found.
STRIKER Sc CO.,
mylP-rtlMy
gYERYTHING REQUISITE
FOB THE
TOILET,
IS GREATEST VARIETY ASD OF BEST QUALITY
At CALE BROTHERS,
Druggists and Dealers In Fancy Goods,
RANDOLPH STREET.
pHICAGO LEAD AND OIL
V WORSSJ
Comer Clinton and Fulton Streets West Side.
LEAD PIPE, PELLETS, BAR 4 SHEET LEAD,
OIXi,
Shot, White Lead, Bed Lead and Litharge,
PUMPS ASD DIDRIULIC RAMS.
Order* from the trade solicited. Richest Tn.rt-r*
price paid for Flax Seed. P. O. BoxCiyj.
set £. W. BLATCHFORD.
BUTTER! BUTTER!—Iam pre
pared to Oh order* for the r
GOSHEN BUXTEB FIBEET,
Holding ICO lbs. Also. WELSH BUTTER TUBS,
holding 20. 40. CO and 100 !**. Parties Intending to
rack, thla reason, will cote where their good* are to
be had. jam also Sole a seat for the Daria' Patent
Churn ard Batter Worker.
WHITE,
Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer In aU kinds of
Wooden and Willow Ware,
05 g»oxLtb. Water Stree .
r Quartermaster’s drafts
\v/ for one year certificates, bought by
JT. A. KIXIS A CO.,
Northwest corner ol Clark and lake street*
aptS-cS&Mtn
OKH HHDS. NEW ORLEANS
Z»jv BnOASS.—Coimspn to choice instore aad
Bailing, JJaprr Rangings,- Sic.
PAWSB ILWIfiMOS
At Kcw York Pikes.
3E. G* JL. F&XOJi*
70 Lake Street, Chicago.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer la
rEEKOS AND AMERICA!?
PAPER HAHBHJBS,
Gold and Yelvet Decorations, Hand
Prints. Machine Satins, White
and Dark Blanks, Borders,
Pire Screens, etc., etc,
WINDOW PAPERS
Gold and Common Muslins, and Oil shades
Hollands, Cords and Taasela, Patnam aad
Pendulum CHBIArs FrxiOEES.
BEDDING
WAREHOUSE,
70 Lake Street. 70
Portable Spring Mattress,
Curled Hair, Short Ualr, Uosk, Ettelslor and
Sea Grass Mattresses*
Feather Bed*, Bolster* and Pillow*,
Blanket*, Comfort*, White A Colored
Bed Spread*, Sheet* and Pillow Slips.
Cartain" Cornices,
Curtain Bands Hoops and Loops.
A large assortment of WHITE LACE CURTAINS
STEAM CCBED FEiTHEBS,
The only place la the city.
E. G. I/. FAXON,
70 Lake St., Chicago.
TO
Cal'inet Makers & Upholsterers
Curled Hair. node*. Excelsior, Tow. Twine, Springs.
Durlape. *C.. AT VfhOLESALB.
Tlie Highest Price Paid for LIVE
GEESE FEATHEES.
E. G. L FAXOX
70 Lake St., Chicago, 111.
post omcF box yna.
Remand.
SARATOGA EMPIRE SPRING
O IVATEXI DEPOT.
REMOVED TO
ISO SOiTII WATER SIJiEET.
Cblrago. May Ut, 15C3. rayl-diTT-Im
JJEMOYAL
VERGDO, KtULUfC A CO.,
Hare removed to IC4 Lake meet, third door cast from
their old stand.
mvIO-drhi-ft
gEMOYAL.
P. 3STEWHALL & BRO.
Have removed their stock of Fruit from Clark street
to their large Brick Store.
-AO. S3 BEJJUIOR.H SXItUET.
Our ftook at the new stand will be largely Increased,
and will comprise every variety of
FOREIGN’ AND DOMESTIC
Green, Cried and Conned Fruits.
Nuts. Confectionery, Sardines, etc.
Also. Fancy Groceries In variety.
m>S-rtP53-iw F. NEWHALL & BRO.
Commission fllrrchant*.
J£UNE & BENSON.
conmssioy joercbssts.
Tot the purchase and sale of
Flonr, Grain, Fruit and Provision*.
Opnca and Wi HK nocsß--ns Al3O South Water-sL,
Chicago, lil. Post OtOce Box 464).
Refer by permission to Hoa. J. T. Scammon, Banker,
Chicago; Mrfwrs. A J. Galloway * Co .Land Agents,
do; Peter Dagrr. Esq.. Sec. I. C. B. R.. do.; A. T. HalL
E.-q.. T:cas. C. J!. & Q. E. R-. do. my!d£6ltn
COOLEY & CO.,
: COimiSSION MERCHANTS.
46 LaSalle street, Office No.i.
P. fOCRKcs. ( Formerly of
i. uassrtt. > Wrlg&t. Sherman A Co.
c. o. coolct. late with Ewing. Briggs & Co.
niT.v-dsw^Sra
T3ATES, STONE & CO.,
J_> PRODUCE
co!»nn*ssm merchants,
319 South Water street. Chicago.
We have removed one door wed o! our old stand,
where we have greater facilities tor our increasing
business. tnyS dSUM2w
A LBERT MORSE & CO.,
XX PRODUCE
COMMISSION* 3IERCIUNTS,
No. 186 South Water street. (Aiken’s BajldingJ
. Chicago. lixcroxs.
confined strictly to
coronssios jeerchints,
138 Soath Watrr street. Chicago. 111. Liberal advance*
mace 03 property In store. KBrasKNCßS:—Cooicy,
Harwell & Co.. G. c. Cook & Co.. Gray. Pbe’pa * Co.
chas. b. FiKWKjx. {my3i-yS37-lvj amxpN FAggrxL.
JgREITHAUPT & WILSON,
Importers and Comalisloa Hereliants,
TTBearcr street. K>wYork. Best attention elrcn to
Consignment ot Domestic Prodace. nhl6-WCO-3ro
TTAS TCAGEtfEtf & CO.,
T GENERNL
cournissioN jtßßca.ivrs,
IES Sooil Water ttm-t. Chicago, Casa advances made
on consignment* to Buffalo. Oswego and Sew \ork,
with privilege of sale at either place.
B. D TAX WAOSXSX. k. b. jonu.is. boscos K.»Bonocr.
[aiji-<BT*-im}
gAML. HOWE,
commission jtekchant,
148 SoutU Wafer*st., Chicago, XU.,
Solicits consignment? of Grain. Flour. Pork,
*c..roraa!e.or orders to purchase- Will make ad*
vancea ou comdguzueots to be held here or shinned
East. fehJ-zMSAa
HEELER, LEONARD & CO.,
comnssiON kebchints,
Cor. South Water and Wells streets.
In the Iron Building (op-stalnj Chicago. HI.
Sight Exchange on New York for sale la sums to
suit. Advances made on all kinds of Produce la
Store, also on Shipments East at best rates.
C, T. Wheeler. F. W. Lkoxako,
J * C. LIOXUD,
P:kln.ni
Chicago.
CihICaJJUWm
pENISTON & CO,
CO3DDSSIOK KEBOHiSTJ!
LIVEKPOOL.
BmESSCISr-J)n>ni.P«S«.raca i r^n*Co.B«loa
Middleton & Co., hew York.
Fnow A Burgess. 5?-
jolmstoa * Bayley. do.
Cmoiul's.jCMEoadeoiicoi*!™ 0 ' 111 * ofPrortfionl
Hoot, ic.. to tie «!*>*» 60
delS-rKW » ,!re< “- CUcaso -
* BIEL AKIN & CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
t« couth Water street Liberal advances made o»
nosr~ Grain and Provision?, to be eoU here or by
WM- A. BEO WIT A CO- New York.
*. is®. J. n. affBLSo?.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
Particular attention given to orders for Flour. Qrelm
Wool, Ac. liberal advances made on eonalgcmcuia to
Buffalo, bew York, Bo«touard Montreal
WarehonseSland&lSonlh Water street. Chicago. Hi.
J. ua>vc. fwg9 uSB-l? » ■ qiups.
'J'HE FAMILY WANT.
WWtaej’s Excelsior Clothes Wringer
AJ«D BTABCFBB. tor sale, wholes*!* aal retail. Rfr
ipoacible aijwita wanted. St* a and Couatv Rights for
sale at a low price. A. ODELL, 2M
«2UCHO> •-■ -■ ;iK«r«W*^-;
titui ȣaiuu
gA JI U E L A. SARGEJTT,
REAL ESTATE AQ-ENT
Roomjfo. •!, metropolitan Block,
CHICAGO. ILL.
B> ;T eral ? ei sdivotcd my entire attention
~ I K» tC J? I J*- lottertflu *‘« or B«i Estate In
WJI.-occew »nu UavUg \, a f ;3trd *un a U*cJyl4le£
npla crowtft nuj lacre**-* yf online** aa>t g*n
era' of Chicago, Induce* m*to tUSm,A
otter m U.Ucjiy. I thcr-Jor,*, tn.,a the
vaJnaMr acQolre.i j.n VioconnetsC 6oet
i.Cr-i wtii.captta Ipu In the Ba»t«rn cute* and el*s
where, and strict attention w thi*exrin-dve basic*#* of
se l:ry Real i?tate for ntbrr* at a •e-w*-*!,;* Co u
sa'iwD. to merit aad receives tiirtharo or »*uoiuze

RE A T SALS OF
WITS ASD CONTRACTS,
In tnn City ot Chicago,
At Auction, June 17th, 1863.
*"•*»« or the -Ctlc«o L.--S
nwintLrif Uut *** trust shall be dosed Irt be
n-pts nn°>.. tftat all tie property aad ef
si £ pi?M'- irie l>e-of King to tbev-soclaUom,
g^^Hes^fofii^siyss
ci rhiespo; * ' rfoe **‘ e oatlla preml-vM.la uis city
741* Loisia Sheffield** addition to Chirac
: E^ooAdcbUon.w^Si^^Braaak
67 *• TOgtVS *• -west *» * '
3 - Ortons! Town of Chicago.
in secured.aaooating to a*mt
54 contracts, Lots <m which there «
ou Jpg an aggregate of aborts lIfIO.OOO.
Of tie above lot*.6.7i2feetlront oa aspaclon«c*aal
!0( irotwlJe. row being excavated thro ash tae oro-
Pjrt? •. «d t sou feet front on tbe Xortn Bran-.a of the
Clilchgo Hirer,
The »*lc win be continued from day to day anal aS
tbe property and effects of tbe Compan* are mid.
_ . MAHLOK D. OODEX. Tralee,
Chicago. March mb. isq, mnHhintd
T>EAL ESTATE FOB SALE.
*-*• worth of City property and Lan-Ji.l ■
l owa. belonging to tie estate of Antoine Le Cairo,
deceased.
t rn . I!-THE CJTT OF D.VVIWPOKT.
„ W nMre Block, of brick. loir Mortea. 000 foot front,
containing » bold, two public h*ii« tea
•towMdmeialofflcei,
i'; l ,Tl< *J so f(e « teont > f" Qr KOfta*.
tA^rr two store*. «1* office*, and
fcS?°?*loSi Fr *=“ Sonins Homo, mis
1W choice building lets: oae lot of 17 acres adioiatnw
t-e railroad d£M>t and fronting on tas
slppt Rltct ; tvploi* orso acre* eacL, one lot of 21
tariffumi» Kit *' aCdonß U acres. &jg
. andlor*. vacant latsard onllct*. is the
City «if Le Claire, Scott conaty.
Hoo>es and lota U. lowa City. Jobosoa Cocntr
lO.cro sere? Ircprortd aad naimprovodfitnuinciaada
rea* the lice of the Mlaa and Mo Callroad.
Tre abore propertyt« offered for sale, to clone tbe
rotate of the late Anfoine Le Cblre. at cUCj pt;cc* as
nast prove a profitable tnveetaeat to tta pnrehasen.
, ter ?l2. *^ d farther partlca’am. apply to
GPO.L.DA.ldypOßr.Exrcotar. or JOHK L. cop,
rTN. Land Agent. Davenport. lowa. lal7 zi 3-iat
proposals.
Railroad irox for sale.
rsrrrn states Miutabt !;*uro,vr. nrnc*.»
55lifi Street. WaBBIXOtov, Ju? li IS®, f
Ti.» aPcLTvicr wti! :«-hive «o»]cd l'M- f.< r the par
«£»}* .if toi.Bof Ne* Ral'nad Iron. w«Utt
!’ K . ,^r^ nri ;'‘ T .° -JfifiTJO-iWroii-* of neab-ire
th»" J.aaLrlft sllUn,Ji , liti«towtj.p4. and theba'snee
0721- n tons, Js at I’lttsbnrsh. Fa.' la com a hid la
fcccttttd. the TMty vnaJrtns »bft av.ue s#V I be notified
:i» ». cti us practicable. If wltMn tea dir«.iflT «acti
notice, the r*rty MmUfsiltn make psyme-u. lo Gjt.
enun-ntc-jri.lA,ioth.M;rd«r*leaavl the Iron for wats
suet. Mu was made will be subject to sale to any other
gen ed * rfgbt *° reJ * Ct acy and all bids Is eipreaslyro-
All bid* irnst be w*»!ed and directed to the trader*
,'Vruhir.uton, D. C.. and endorsed •• Bid fop
Kadread Iron.”
bidr wii. be received as shore lnvited, nalll Jane sth
at «lucii t!cc a decision vrill be slrm. •.
h. L. RonivsoN’.
Capt. and A. Q if.
tttjs d*-ni-!7t
rjEPOT COMMISSARY OF
-A * FICK. Baltxmorr. MD„ MaySth. ISH3
bea.cd pjoposali are re>pectfaUv invited by tne nn
dcnlgT'fci arm 12 M. on WEDVEsDAY.Mayaith 1«SI
for fiim»>ML-g the United State* Subabtenvo Dcpsuw
EtCt with—
Four Tlionsoad (1,OCO) tlrad of Bttf Cattlr,
onthelmof. delivered at the State C*tf!e Scales, near
tM* city, is loli of < i.f«o> one thonutid each ottry
(If) ton (lav-;to be widened within one and shall d »T*
after arrival, at the exp«»«.*»if tho contractor. Xhcr
must averse* nbom J.S'O) thirteen hnmlreil potmen
gTOt»weight.tdlfanis£shott or U-<W) one tbotm-Mt
pontida gross** eight. bnlls.Sta;;* Oxen. Cows iUL'cr*
bi d Horulers Cattle will tie rejected.
The (iovt-rnn.ent will c aim the right o! we’ghfn;*
an' one animal separate. II U» appearance tniUc* ; - - 9
if*B weight than the minimum mentioned above; the
nrenecef weighingvlllbepaldby the party errltiir
In jndement
£a«*n b’.d 10 secare consideration must contain, c \
A PFEATIATE SHtKX OK PAPER. » written cu.r
octet of taoie»pons|Me persons. as follows*
"We- .of t:;e County of .Stiteof ■ ... do
hereby guarantee ttiat——U (or ve) able to xnlti: a
contract In accordance with the terms of bis (or the!; j
proposition. acd should his tor their) proposition he
accepted, be iorth*v) will at once enter Into a con
tract In accordance therewith, and we are prepared to
become hb> seenrlllcs. siting good aadsmflcient bonds
for Its ftrfilnient.
The reaper Mhl.lty of the guarantors mast be shown
by the otliclsl certificate of the Clerk o? the Bexr**-t
District C ourt or of the »fnlted States District Attor
Dey.l«»beerclo-ed wbhtr.e bid.
Bidders mast be prctei.t to respond to their bids. nr,.|
prepared fopve bonds and sign the contract b«rj:o
Ifavins thL* office.
1 he Government reserves to Itsell the right to re’ect
ariy or *ll bid* considered unreasonable.
Bidden* wtllMste in their proposals their price, both
for payment made Inlcgallender notes and cvrUUcaiea
of Irdcbtedrcrs.
Payments to bo made after each delivery If fund*
arc on hand; if none on band, to be made as soon aa
received.
Ftoj*>sal* irr«t he endorsed distinctly. “PROPO
SALS foK Nt-FF rATTLfi.’* and aOlrefcw.l t*
••( apt. TIIOS. C. SrLLIVAN. C.S. Haltlmorc. Mary,
land.” If a bid 1* In the same of a dm. their name*
ard their pout office addre almost appear, or they will
tjpl or CoT.MccTed,
Fach person. or erery member of a dm. offering a
proroeal. mast arcompimy’t bran otica Of lifcgUnca
to the Halted stato* Government, If be has not
fll* «l oor la tlii> otflct
Au niD« sot roxprrxo 'TBicm.r wrrnnr* xeaxa
CP this ADvaßTlsuiavr veiu*n» Btjv.ervo
THOMAS C. StJLUVAV,
Capuln aad C. S.. U. 8. A
mjTdac-td
3000 TONS 0F COAL
WANTED.
Omos or tuk Board or Prur.ro Works, 7
Cuioabo, May o, v«a, >
SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at title nines
ucril Saturday. May vsid lut,. at jo o'clock A. M hc
■which time the Board will opentho sauief.rThrto
Thousand (3009j Tc.se ofßHar Ifiil. Chippewa, Onn.br
Mt. Carbon Cleveland, or Erie Coal, to be delivered
In the Coal Bios of tho Engine House of the Chicago
Waterworks,
The Coal must be flee from sulphur, of tha best anal.
Ity of Us kind In the lumps, and without dus?and J:rt
It win be weighed at the Mid Engine House, and tho
wc;ehtf« there found will determine the amount dd'.l<v
ered. Tho delivery will coamsnre immediately- win
nrocre-s at rapidly as the Board shall direct, and will
be finished by catcher ITth next. Payments will bo
mace from time U> time aa the coal shall bodellvere.l
reserving flfreea V ls) per cent, until the contract U
completed.
The bids must be «ca!ed. and directed to the Board
ofPuhjic Wcrks.l«d..n~N| * Proposal for Coal.’* mu
Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids, or to
accept any hid whose tertrs as to name of coal and
manner, and time of completion of delivery may not
wholly mrrespo'd with this advertisement, if U be
deemed best for the Interests oflhc city to do so.
FSH>. LP.T7.,
•T. G-OISDKLE.
O.J-KOflif.
Board of Public Works.
tnjlOdT3l-U
Proposals for hay,
STRAW AND CRAIN- .
A»a»TA!rr QvaKTrratisntu’s orncnO
Foraor DEPvitnrzrr. I
Corner G and Twenty second street*, f
_ WABQntmos.D.c., April is, L'«t.)
Written Proposals are invited for furnishing Hal*,
STRAW OATS and CORN, for the a.-** of Uda Depot,
to be delivered at the Railroad Depot, or at any of tho
Government wharves in this city.
The proposal* to be addressed to the undersigned,
and they should state the quantity of each article of
fered. a.so the price and the date of delivery.
Proposals will be received for Are thousand (S.ooi,
bushel* of Cora or Oats, and fllty *SO) tons of Hav nr
Strrw. and upwards, unless It should be for the
ot the Government to contract for a less amount.
. AU grain to be put up!* good sacks, of about tw..
bushels each, which are to be furnished at the eoa: of
the Contractor.
The Ilavaad Straw to bo securely hateL
All Grain and Hay odered to be subject to a rigid In*
spectlon by the Government lospector.
Contracts will be awarded from time to time to tha
lowest responsible bidden, aa the interests of tha ser
vice niav require.
Good security wiUbe required fbrthe frithful fulfill,
ment of any contract made under this advertL-temeue.
Payment to be made at the comjd*tlon of the con
tract. 8. L. Brown.
niyT-di2s-3m Captain and A. Q. Mi D.S. A.
®apartnersl)ip
TAISSOLETION.-The partner-
J—' ship heretofore ex’stlng between tbs undersigned
is this day dissolved by mutual consent. Either party
will sign la liquidation. N. u. baPPLETR.
SETH SHELDON. JR.
Tte nnclersfgßM hare this day formed a co-partner
fhlp for the tres-actio’i of a General conunUaloa
Bailie??, unocr me Arm came of
BAPPLEIE Jc TUTTLE,
occo and tvar-honse. Michigan arenne, between
Blrer and Sooth Water streets.
2f. B. RAPPLESB.
E. K. TGTTLK.
Biyls-dS€9-St
"TjISSOLUTIOX of co part-
X/ KEKr iIP. Thepartrerablp heretoforeezlsllns
between the undersigned Is hereby dissolved bymu
toal cocsenl.
Tte Fire Insurance vQI be continued by MILES
OLCOTT. and the Life Insurance by P. O. BQVP_at s
Clark Street. MILES OLTOn.
F. O. UOZD.
CO-PABTXEBSHIP.
The undersigned have this day formed a partnership
for the transaction of a
General Commission Business*
ICmler the ffrm of BIUPMAS iBOTI>.
Chicago. April L-t,lS<3. C.N. SHIPMAN.
C- Agents for the Sett York T.lfo Insurance Com
p*ay> ajiffdaa? st
MOTICE OF DISSOLUTION—
-L’l The co-partnership heretofore existing between
J. if. Stafford and ffm, M. Taremaa, undertne firm of
Spafford and Tureman. terminates UiS? day toy limita
tion. The baslnes? will he conducted as before by J.
SI. Stafford, who b authorized to us the same of the
said late firm la liquidation- OttJce ;*i River street.
Chicago. Mar 7.*63. J. >f. SPAFFDKD.
WM- M. TCTRSMAN.
CO-PARTNERSHIP.— The nn
dersdraed have this day fonaed a co-partnewWp
for the transaction of a genfrol
under the Arm name of ui>WE & ROBBINS, Office, 148
0 * SAMCEL HOWS,
K. V. RORgLSS.
pO-PABTNEUSiIIP KOTICE.
GEORGE BABHOX
Fas this day become » partner In my Provision and
Produce Brokerage buamefs. which wilt hereafter be
conducted under tne him nameof Henry Mllward A Co.
oyldgruc BhNKY MILWAHD.
QinCAGO WATER WORKS.
Semi-annual Water T« dns Bay Ist, IS 61.
The Board of Public Works have assessed the
amounts to be paid as water re.nca or apsersmeata for
tne six months eommeocing May Ist. I*o. and ending
Oct.Blst, IS6S, and tne some are hereby declared to b«
due and payable on ths Ist of May next.
By the requirements of the Herded City Charter.tke
water tax is assented on all tors or tiro which shall
•hut or adjoin any street, avenue, or alley throoxb
wblcb the water pipes are laid, and wmea snail bare a.
building or buildings thereou. whether tue water
•ban be used In such naUalug. or on suca lot, or not.
If tot rala daring the month of May. tea percent.
w«j bo added to the water rent, ou all lots where the
walsrlsuved. On the water assessments of lota where
the water 1? not used, a discount of twenty per cent*
wUlb* trade If the some L> paid during May.
By orderof the Board. <tP>TlsfKajLsl< ffecretary.
Office of the Board ofPuhUc Work?. Chicago. April
20th. npai-cTTi lojanVCT
TDrTTER, BUTTER, BUTTER
X) We a:e la »att «f
BUTTER. k
F«r*lo« »Mppios to nsTrfflftesnaraatCfdllie wsaest
p.I«, ***.*« .*4 * CO..
Sl9 Sonta Water RreH.
Tnys-«®s 4w
K(\A HLF. CHESTS TEAS.—A
OvvWl asaort>tent o -caw eropGreoaa aa*
Black* ecikr»cl=s all grade* or Toaag Hjnop.
PtTK I* * HASKBT.

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