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INSURANCE. NORTH MOM Insurance Company. PHOGEESS SINGE 1867. January 1,1868, $94,589.64 July 1, 1868, 118,010.48 January 1,1869, 119,768.17 July 1,1869, 155,380.73 January 1,1870, 189,778.56 July 1,1870, ' 194,846.76 January 1,1871, 289,715.95 July 1,1871, 425,107.01 January 1,1872, 645,417.91 July 1,1872, 740,475.60 Sejlmto 1,1872, $833,228.00 Dwellings, Merchandise, Grain, etc., insured, at fair rates. B. S. TIFFANY & CO, GENERAL AGENTS. Office: 156 & 158 LaSalle-st, CHICAGO. PEMSTLViM Fire linffi Co. INCORPORATED A.D. 1825. NEARLY FIFTY YEARS’ EX PERIENCE. CaslAsHs, - $1,250,000. Policies in this old and estab lished Company are issued by f. H. CUffIHC-ffl, i®n Oriental Block, 120 LaSalle-st, QUEEN Fire hmiiice Cb., LIVERPOOL AND LONDON. CAFlffi, $10,000,000. L. 3FLOBS, AGENT, S. W. Comer State and Mafiison-sls., XJjP STAIRS. Orsazvbsed - - - 1858, WIILMMSBOR6H CITY Firo Insurance Co., OP BROOKLYN, N. Y. M Assets, Policies issued on DwelEngs, Stores and contents, and ’Other desirable risks, at HATES. As tre make our own rates on all classes of property, owners will consult their interests by applying to us be , fore insuring elsewhere. Dan. M. Eowmar, AGENT, 158 LeMe-st Dasomont of Ctis BlocL INSURANCE. VALUE S; LOWELL, -iS-C3-2S3X'u £ 2?£3 a AUemania Fire Ins. Co., CLEVELAND. 1 Armenia Ins. Co., PITTSBUBGH. Kansas Ins. Go., -LEAVENWOKTH. Globe Ins. Co., CHICAGO. Will issue Policies on insurable property in Chicago and vicinity, AT PATE RATES. No. 172 Laßalle-st. WANTED. •- FOUNDRY. Partner wanted, with from 53,000 to $5,000 capital, to fain the advertiser In fho‘ foundry business. Brick build ing up, and ready to commence. A good opportunity to jpm an experienced and practical man. Address M 44, Tribune orhcc. RANGES. VAN RANGES, For Hotels, Eestaurants, and Families. STEAM HEATING APPARATUS, CLOQSTON’S PATENT. 7 Estimates made on application to HERON, SMITH & MOOBBS, 76 West Washimrton-st. ALLEMANIA INSURANCE COMFI, OF PITTSBURGH, PA. Capital, - $200,000.00 Surplus, - 62,264.88 Dwellings, Merchandise, Grain, &0., insured at FAIR and EQUITA BLE RATES. For Policies in this Reliable Com pany apply to H. S. WFfl? i CO, GENERAL AGENTS, Oie, 156 & 158 Mi LaSalle-st., CHICAC3-0. REMEMBER GREAT SALE Lawndale 100 RESIDENCE LOTS, At Auction, On Tuesday, Oct, 29, at 2 o’clock p.m,, on the premises, SPECIAL FREE TRAIN to and from the ground. A deposit of SSO required on each lot from Hie purchaser. ETiTSON & FOSTER, Auctioneers. File Business Site FOR SALE BY Wm. D. Kerfoot & Co., 82 EAST WASHINGTON'S?. 100 feet fall depth on Clark-st., between Jackson and Tan Buren. This property, only one-half blockfrom the Custom House Site, Post Office, and Pacific Hotel, can he bought at a bargain, and, nicely improved, will yield a handsome interest on the investment. CENTRAL PABKLOTS FOB SALE WI, D. EEEfOOT & C 0„ 82 East Washington-st. Wo are offering, very cheap, os easy terms, a large num ber of »erj dealralt« roeldaoen IniA r&cinc, and oo all the street* adjacent to, the above handsome park, fames purchasing now, at the low prices at which they are offer ed, will reap a handsome profit on their investment. Me View Resile Properly FOR SALE BY Wm. I). Kerfoot & Co., 88 East \V ashingtou-st. 148x235 feet, on the Dummy track, on the sontbeaatcor acrof Oray-st., at a bargain, on time. $553,381.74 FOE S.A.ILIE. BY £T. T. GOriBBIf, Eeal Estate Dealer, 101 West Madison Street. 40 acres in s. e. if of the n. w. Jf of Section 15, T. 39, R. 13. This is a good chance for parties who may want prop* orty to subdivide. Will sell all or half. J. T. GOLDEN, 191 West Madlson-st. WE HATE $25,968.00 worth of property here at home, that we wish to ex change for Kansas lands well located. Such a chance has never been offered since I have known Chicago, and I am “Indian Tanned and Handled ” since 1833. CHILDS & MORTON, 146 East Madison-st., Room 5, first floor. MODERN HOUSES. Parties seeking a pleasant home are invited to Inspect those elegant Octagon Marble Front houses, nowin course of erection on Langley-av., near Ellis Park. These houses will be completed to suit purchasers. Plans with foreman on the grounds. J. C. SIcCORD & CO., 156 LaSalle-st. FOR SALE, Cottage No. 105 Pork-ny., with lot 33x182; contains 8 rooms; bath-room and water-closet, all heated by fur * choice location and uncommonly convenient _ Apply on the premise*. Malle Lease For Sale. Three years’ lease of basement, and flMt and second lofts, along with a first-class boiler and engine, for sale on easy terms. Suitable for printing or light manufactur ing. Apply on premises. „„ „ A. N. KELLOGG, Great Bariain in HonseMl Fnniitnre. To be sold for $1,400 cash, an entire nmt . .1 • furniture for 12 rooms; cost 51.000.j, 1 K’ J Jilif of No one without that exact sum in handneed apply lllllloll ' Apply at 1023 Wahadi-av.. lefappn in o HAIB AND CLOTH BRUSHES. A splendid assortment of Hair and Cloth Brushes. Wholesale and Eetail—Very Cheap GBRTS, LOMBARD & CO., 167 East Madison-at. INSURANCE. $262,264.88 REAL ESTATE. THE FOR SALE. BRUSHES, &o. CHICAGO, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1872 -TWELVE PAGES CARPETS. CARPETINGS! REDUCTION. ALLEN & MACKEY OPPEB. 250 Pcs. Body Brussels, - $1.75, worm $2.25 100 Pcs. Eng. Tapestry Brussels, 1.35, “ 1.60 100 Pcs. Eng. Tapestry Brussels, 1.25, “ 1.50 50 Pcs. Eng. Tapestry Brussels, 1.15, “ 1.40 100 Pcs. Ingrain, all wool, - 85c,, “ 1.00 tiPEEUHH Bedding & Feathers Retailed at Jobbing Rates. CURTAIN GOODS Window Shades. : A beautiful assortment of Wrought LACE and NOTTINGHAM- CUB TAINS, of our own importation, selected by one of the firm from the head sources of supply. Also, a fine line of SATINS, SILK TEEBIES, REPS, PLUSHES, PI ANO GOVEBS, MARSEILLES QUILTS, &o. Special attention given to LAM BEEQUINS, for Windows. A per son thoroughly competent is in charge of this department. Esti mates made, New Designs exhibited, and all the Novelties in material shown, at prices less than any other house in the city can offer for the same class of goods and work. We have LACE and MUSLIN LAMBREQUINS and DROP CUR TAINS, in large variety, and shall add, from time to time, such Novel ties for the interior decoration of Parlor Windows as the market af fords. ALLEN & MACKEY. WHOLESALE ROOMS, -180 Statfi-st RETAIL, • Corner State & Monroe-sts. PHOTOGRAPHS. BRAND’S PMootMc Gallery. Tho Silvery Chime of “Memory Bells” Awakens within every matured heart a thought of SOME LOVED ONE who has passed from the shores of Time to the realms of Eternity. Are there any so poor la treas ures of the pastas not to have some picture of the dear one, gone forever! If it Is SMALL and UNSATISFAC TORY, take It to the establishment of E. L. BRAND, the popular PHOTOTRAPHER (from his many years of fair dealing), and he will copy and enlarge It to any desired size, and.lbelng allowed to finish itas his judgment deems fit, make yon a picture which shall be at once a memento DEAR TO THE FAMILY, and a WORK OF ART fit to adorn ANY HOME. Hla facilities for copying and enlarging old pictures aro unequalled in this or any other American city. 1 Orders from the country, addressed to hla Business House, will receive prompt attention. Letters of inquiry will be answered immediately, sod a schedule of sizes and prices sent when desired. BRAND’S PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY, 596 Woaah-av.i near Twelfth-st. MEETINGS. Attention, Sir Knights! Members of Chicago Commandery, No. 19, K. T., and their visitors (Intending to participate in the ceremonies of laying tho corner stone of the Firo Monument on tho 80th inst.), are hereby notified to bo present at the Asylum on Monday evening (28th), at 7>j o'clock, for drill. By order of tho E. C. JOHN WHITLEY. Recorder. Masonic. The members of Dearborn Lodge No. 310 A. F. and A. M., are requested to meet at Masonic Temple, corner of Randolph and Halsted-sts., Wednesday morning, Oct. 80, at 9 o'clock a. m., to attend the dedication of the Fire Monament. By order of the W. M. A. T. SAGE. Secretary. Masonic. Lafayette Chapter No. 2 R. A. M.-Hal!, No. 631 West Lake-st.—Regular convocation this Monday evening at 7M o'clock. A fall attendance of members requested. Business or importance. By order of the H. P* E. N. TUCKER. Secretary. Masonic. Special assembly of Van Rensselaer Grand Lodge Per fection. A. & A. Hite Masons, at Masonic Temple, cor ner of Halsted and Randolpb-sts., Monday evening, Oct. 28, lost,, for work. J. B. SLIGHTER, Grand Secretary. Masonic. Lafayette Chapter No. 2, R. A, M.-Hall, No. 691 West Lake-at.—Regular convocation Monday evening. Oct. 27, at 7 pi o'clock. Business of importance. A full attend ance of tho members requested. By order of the H. P. B. N. TtiOKER, Secretary. Masonic. Chicago Chapter No. 127, R. A. M,—All members are requested to meet at the hall, comer of Prairle-av, and Twenty-third-st., this Sunday, at 11 o'clock a. m., for the purpose of attending the funeral of our late com panion, William R. Day. • By order of the M. E. H. P. ELI SMITH, Secretary. Masonic. To the Officers and Members of Fliades Lodge No. 478 A. F. A A. M. , -Brethren : You are requested to meet at our hall No. 222 West Twelfth-st., Wednesday morning, Cot. 29, at 8 o’clock, sharp, to attend tho laying of comer atone of fire monument. By order of w. id. a. p. A. All membersof ** Starof the West” Lodge No. 3 aro requested to bo present on Thursday evening next at 8 o’clock, sharp. By order of the W-M. M. MAYNE, R. S. Masonic Funeral Notice. Home Lodge No. 508, A. F. &A. M. Tho funeral of our late brother, W. R. Day, will take place at Rosehill. All members aro requested'!© meet at lodgo room at 11 o’clock, prompt. Train leaves Wisconsin Division N. W R. R. at 1 o’clock. Members of other lodges invited. By order of the W. M. B. B. W. LOCKE, Secretary. BUILDING MATERIAL. HEE-PROOF SHUTTERS MD DOORS, (PERKINS’ PATENT), , Manufactured at ISO Lake-st,, BT SBATET & CO. DRESS GOODS. FIELD, LETTER & CO. Have made still FURTHER RE DUCTIONS in prices throughout their DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENTS. Most desirable colors in French Poplins, Down from $1.50 to SI.OO per yard. SILKEPIIGLINES, EXTRA QUALITY and BEST SHADES, down from $1.50 to SI.OO per yard. SPECIAL LOT do, down to 85c. per yard. SATTEENS, SERGES, Fancy Poplins, And all Medium-Price, Popular Dress Stuffs at LOWER PItICES than offered before this season. If. B.—The sale of MARKED DOWN SULKS will be continued during the coming week, with some new ADDITIONAL! AT TRACTIONS. • Pull lines at both Retail Stores. State and Twentieth, and Madison and Market-sts. WATCHES AND JEWELRY. R. J. MORSE, IMPOSTER OP Diamonds & Mes, • AND DEALER IN RICH JEWELRY, Clis, Star aid Ratal Ware. Waltham, Howard, Elgin,' and U. .S. Watches, gold and silver cases, constantly in stock. Solid Silver, of all descriptions, in cases. Fine Table Ware. French Clocks and Opera Glasses. Diamonds a specialty. A large line of Unset Diamonds; can be mounted in any combination to order. Finest stock in Chicago, and Slowest prices. Call and examine. n. J. MORSS, 449 Wabash-av. CLOAKS. CLOAKS HUNT, BARBOUR& CO., Have just received, of their own importa tion, the latest styles in Berlin Cloaks, which they offer at prices ranging from 52.50 to SOO, and guarantee bettor value than ever berfbre offered in this market. Dressmaking. MBS. Q.iniN'LAlJ', having returned from Wew York, will take charge of our Cloaks and Dressmaking, and will be pleased to see her friends on and after Monday, Oct. 28. 103 East Madison-st. BUSINESS CARDS. BOLTS.I CONTINENTAL BOLT WORKS, CREGIER, CLAEEE & CO., Manufacturers of MACHINE BOLTS, LAG SCREWS, BRIDGE, ROOF, AND OAR BOLTS, TURN BUCK LES, BOLT ENDS, ETC. Any description of bolt work to order on short notice. Works corner Market and Huron-sta. CLARKE, ABBOTT A CO., A.W. EEEEMAN, DENTIST. C. L. SAWYER, ]>. D. s.) . . . . W. L. HANAFOkD, j Assistants. 675 "WABASH-AV., Corner Fourtcenth-st. DE. JOHN 0. FHLLEE, SBSTOTZST, In practice at No. 400 Wabash-av. IE. <3-. A.SA.'S', OFFICE, Room 10 Honore’s Block, Monroe and jDearborn-sts., Chicago. FINANCIAL. LOANS OH HEAL ESTATE. We are prepared to negotiate some large loans on choice prop erty for a term of years. BAIRD & BRADLEY, 90 LaSalle-st. A. O. Slaughter, BANKER, Corner Clark and Madison-sts. Buys and- sells Stocks, Bonds, and Gold. Receives money on deposit and tran acts a General Banking and Brokerage Business n $2,000 - To loan on city property. Interest 9 percent, cash in ■rand. CLARKSON & VAN SCHAACK," 454 Wabash-av. To loan on Chicago real-estate in sums of not less than $5,000. Moderate commissions. ALFRED JAMES, Room 3, corner Clark and Madlson-sts. SIOO,OOO TO LOAN, in one or several amounts. not less than S2O,GCO, on flrst class business property in Chicago. W. E. FURNESS, Room 16,153 Monroe-st. Loans DSJesotiEi-toca. j ■ ■ On real estate, in the city or suburbs, at current rates. .G. S.'HUBBARDi Jr., ; 168 East Washington's* HORSE DISEASE. Horse Epidemic. HIGHLY I3IPORTANT Horse Owners. As a Cure for this Terrible Disease, and as a Preventive, there is no Eemedy Equal to the New Disinfectant, 88010-CEOBEI. This Article has no Odor, is not Poisonous, and is free from all Irritating Qualities. Bead Hie Evidence which has come to ns by Telegraph : Bdjtai.o, N. T., Oct. 22. 1822. Mr. A. M. Pott. Agt. Tilden <t Co.: Bromo-Chloralnm is used In this city with great success as a CURE and preventive in the Horse Epidemic which I* so fearfully raging in oar city. It is used one part of Bromo-Chloralum to ten parts of wator, os a wash for mouth and nostrils,-and one part to sixteen as a disinfectant for barns and stables. W. LAVARACK & Co., Druggists. Buffalo, N. Y., Oct. 22, 1573. Mr. A. M. Pott, Agt. Tilden 4 Co.: Bromo-Ohloralnm, as a remedy In the Horse Epidemic, la doing well aa far as -we can learn, and. under its In fluence. the. disease is abating. The article has an Im mense demand. D. RANSOM, SON 4 CO. Mr. A. M. Pett Telegraph to Tilden 4 Co. for ten gross Bromo-Chloral oro. ft is having a wonderful sale, and Is being nsed with great anccess in this dry, FARRAND, "WILLIAMS & CO., Wholesale Druggists, Detroit, Mich. FOE SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. TO RENT. RODIM & HAMILTON Will occupy their Elegant : Store., comer State and Washington-sts., Dec. 1, and offer their present loca tion, 946 State-st., comer Twenti eth, for rent. OFFICES m THE MBit Mil Are nearly finished. Several are yet untaken. Fire-proof, with vaults. English tile floors through out. No offices in the city,equal these in even' first-class respect. Plans of the Tribune Building can be seen at the office of W. C. DOW, Room No. 1, Nevada Block. TO RENT. Stores Nos. 163 and 165 Fifth-ay., fonr-story and bteement stone front The whole 'or part at reasonable rent to good tenant S. M. MOOED 4 CUMMINGS, 213 East Jladison-st TO RENT. The store No. 879 West Madison-st., comer of Ann, 34x7U. Also fixtures and seven w&lnut-top counters (or sale cheap. Inquire on the premises. FOR RENT. Desirable houses In all parts of the dly. See our list in another column. WM. H. SAMPSON & CO., Real Estate and Renting Agency. Otis Block. to iR/lehstt, Two new marble front stores, with lofts, on Madison-st., near Carpenter, each 38x120, with vaults and everything complete. Low to the right party. D. COLE A SON. Honse Agents, 188 West Madlson-st, TO ZR/IBIISrT, Stores of all descriptions in all partsof the city.; Exam ine our extensive list onthe third page. < ' WM. H. SAMPSON A CO., Real Estate and Renting Agency, For Building on southwest comer Lake and State-eta.; Iron fronts: four stories and basement. E. A. DRUMMOND, U. S. Court Room. REMOVAL. IsT OTICE. CLARKE, LAYTON & CO. The Real Estate Dealers and Brokers, have removed and are located at their NEW OFFICE, 120 IfllM, Oriental-Bill, Where the; will be pleased to see their old Mend* and as many of the new ones os may want to invest in Real Estate and moke money. Their list is largo and varied, comprising all classes of property, improved and unim proved, in all parts of the city and suburbs. Gall and see them before making a purchase. Remember, 120 LaSalle-st., ORIENTAL BUILDING. ZRE^O^-A-IL,. JOSEPH STOCKTON & 00., Teaming and Drayage, To Room 30, No. 156 ¥asii£toii street The Law Office of E. A. OTIS is removed to Oriental B gliding. Me. IS2 laSalle-st. BLANKS. To Attorneys. We "have now two forms of DECLARATION ON POLICY OF INSURANCE. One containing the conditions of the. LAMAS Policy, and one of the COMMERCIAL. Eithel one or the other will answer for most other Companies. OULYEE, PAGE, HOYNE & CO.’S, 118 and 130 MooroerSt. Look Out MAffIOTIL HUTCH IV HEW CHICAGO, One ofthe largest and hest pieces of Wood Engraving Ever executed. Three and One-Half Feet Wide, and showing -the Entire X£e built Portion of the South IDivision. This magnificent Engraving will toe GIVEN AWAY With, the IV OTEMBEE j\o. o£‘ the Oct. 24, 1872. Me ill, OUT THIS WEEK. Trice Office, a 1 CA3VAJL-ST. SMITH’S AMERICAN ORGANS. NEW STYLES, . NEW CATALOGUES, REDUCED PRICES, 300 Organs now in store. All orders from dealers filled with despatch. Prices from SIOO to SI,OOO - GRAND SQUARE and UPRIGHT PIANOS for .sale or to rent.. ¥¥. KIMBALL, Oor. "Wabash-av. and Thirteenth-st, CALL AD SEE THOSE BEADTIPDL ARION PIANTOS. ■asstd ESTEY ORGANS, AT OUR NEW SALESROOMS, SIX State-st, SOLD ON INSTALMENTS. STORY' Sc 0-A.HVE3P. DP-A.3L.Xi <Sc whtter CHAN&E OF TIME. On and after Sunday, Oct. 27, 1872, trains on the Pitts burgh, Fort Wayne £ Chicago Railway will leave Chicago as follows; 9:00 a* zn.« Fast Express (except Sundays). This . entire train composed in part of Pullman’s Palace cars runs through to Mew York without change, arrives in Pittsburgh at 2:25 a. m.; Harrisburg 11:40 a. m.; Balti more, 3:00 p. zn.: Washington, 6:40 p. m.; Philadelphia, 3:30 p. m.; Mew York, 6:S4p. zn.; and Boston 5:50 a. m. 5:15 p. m.) Pocflc Express (daily) with Pullman’s Palace cars, through to Mew York, without change, ar rives in Plttburgh at 12:25 p, m.; Harrisburg, 10:25 p. m.; Baltimore. 2;16 a. m.: Washington, 6:00 a. m.; Phuadel phiphta, 3:30 a. m.; Mew York, 6:10 a. m.; and Boston o:0op. m. 9:00 p.m., Fast Line (except Saturdays and San days), with Pullman Palace through cars to New York, without change, arrives In Pittsburgh 4:45 p. m.: Harris burgh, 2:55 a. m.: Baltimore, 7;40 a. m.; Washington, 11:1 aa. m.; Philadelphia, 6:46 a. m.; New York, 1-03 a. m.; Boston, 9.-05 p. m. 4:55 a. (except Sundays), stops at all sta tions between Chicago and Pittsburgh. 3:45 p. ro.Valparaiso Acccommodation (except Sundays) Fall and Winter Change of Time. On and after Sunday, Oct. 27, 1873, trains on the Pitts burg, Cincinnati & St. Louis Railway wiJI leave Chicago as follow*: EXPRESS (except Sundays) for Logaa sporre; Richmond, and Cincinnati. and via Kokomo for Indianapolis, Louisville, Nashville, Memphis, . Mew Orleans and the South. 12:55 F. SI. EXPRESS (except Sundays) for Columbus and Eastward. . . 7:3OJP. M. EXPRESS (except Sundays) via Kokomo for Indianapolis. Louisville, Nashville, Memphis, New Or leans and the South, and Logans port, Richmond Cincin nati. Columbus and Eastward. 5:05 P. M. Dafton and Lansing Accommodation (except Saturdays.)* AIKEN’S THEATRE. TVabaah-av. and Congress-st. UNEXAMPLED ATTRACTION! For the First Dramatic Performance in the New Theatre, Monday Eyening, Oct 28, at 8 O’cM, And every Evening during ‘the week, also at the MATINEES on Wednesday and Satur day, at 21-2 o’clock, ' The Great Story of Human life, the "TMET-BF-LEAfE IM,” IBMtfHICH ME. FEANEE. AIKEN Will make his first appearance in two years, * as ROBERT BRIERLY, Supported by a Cast of unusual excellence, selected from the best Theatres in America. Mersu’s Steam laiiry. State-st. and Eldridge-court. Lif Goods called Cor and delivered. Branch Office. 319 West Uadlsos'St. 1 JSk'#- NEA\. CHICAGO. FOE THE oi* 35 cents. MUSICAL. TIME-TABLES. AMUSEMENTS. LAUNDRY. NUMBER 69. NEW BOOKS. HUE BOOKS. from London, .. . . EVELYN (J.) and Peps l Memoirs, Diaries and Cor respondence, edited by Vi. Bray and Lord Braybrooke. 10 vols.; also, R. North’s Lives of the three Norths, S vdla. portraits— together IS vols. 3v0., elegantly hound if tree calf. London 1926-23. SCARCE SIOO.OO. These are now scarce, and are the best editions of these delightful books which give a rare insight into the man ners and easterns of the Ooarts of the Onarleses; the Urea oi the Norths is known as “one of the most dehjzhtful books in the world, 11 and forms a continuation of Evelyn and Pepys* Diaries, 11 TURNER'S tfiharon) History op England complete; comprising the Anglo-Saxons. 3 vola.—from the Norman Conquest to the Accession of Henry VIII. 3 vols.— Reign of Henry VIII. 3 vols.—Edward VI. to Elizabeth, 3 vols.—together 13 vols. Bvo, X calf, London 1825-2 S. Fine copy 348.00 NAPIER’S (Sir W.) History of the Was in the Penin sola and In the South of Fnmce.from 1807 to 1814, plans of battlei, dee. 6 vols. Bvo. half calf gilt, scarce. Lon don, 1826-40J BesteditiON $40.00 SMITH'S (Prof.) Lectures on Modem History, from the Irruption of the Northern Nations. 3 vols.; and Lectures on the French Revolution, 3 vols.—together 5 Vols*. Bvo, half calf gilt. London, 1842 $20.00 * * No historical works have ever given more enlightened ' and perspicuous views of the course of' groat events than these celebrated Lectures. AIKIN'S (Lucy) Memoirs of tho Courts of Quees Elizabeth, James 1., and Charles 1., the three WORKS complete, portraits, 6 vols. Bvo. new half calf gilt. London, 1822-33 $lB.Ol LAYARD’S (A. H.) Nineveh and its Remains, with &n account of a visit to the Chaldaean Christians of Kur distan, etc., 3 vols.; also Discoveries in the Ruins ol Nineveh and Babylon, the Author's Second Expedi tion, one vol. engravings— together 3 vols. Bvo. nets polished ea\f gill,' London 1949-53, 5CARCE........520.00. ARABIAN Nights' Entertainments, translated, by . £. W. LANE, several hundred beautiful engravings by Harvy , fine impressions , 3 vols. roy. Bvo. new calf extra , Original Edition. C. Knight, 1839-11 s43.ofi By far the best library edition of the Arabian Nights. "The Notes of Mr. Lane throw more light upon the mystery of Arab Life than perhaps all other works in tha language.'*— Athenctum.'. BRITISH POETS, from Chaucer to Cowper, including Translations, with Dr. Johnson's Lives of the Poets. ■ and Additional Lives by A. Chalmers, SI vols. roy. Bvo. full Russli(pub. at £25.) London, 1310. Scarce—' Good copy $75.00. This valuable edition is noted as the most exhaustive collection of British poetry from Chaucer to Cowper. •BYRON’S (Lord) Poetical Works, with fine engravings bg Pinden, 10 vols., fcap. 8 vo., new calf gilt, vertf beautiful set. London: 1866 ...$85.00 Oxford English Classics. Complete Set of these scarce, valuable, and jintlyprinted editions, comprising —Hume A Smollett’s history op England, 13 vols. Gibbon’s Decline and Fall, 8 vols. John son's 'Wobks, 11 vols. Boswell's Life op Johnson. 4 vols. Robertson's Historical Works, complete. 8 vols. ; together 44 vols.; 8 vo. A handsome set, recent* ♦ly bound in half Koroced’, Gill lops. Uncut $220.00 HUME A Smollett's History of England, the excellent "Oxford Classic Edition, m with the fine series oj portraits qf the Kings by Worthington, 13 vols. Pickering, 1828; and Hugiies’ Continuation to 1836. 5 vols. Second-hand eopyi in good edition. Paris: 1835-6—to aether 13 vols. ovo. hf. Rtusia. London: 1826-36...563.00 WATTS* (Alario) Lyrics of tho Heart, and other Poems, triiA exquisitely beautiful engravings afters J), Roberts, Westall, and others, gvo. cloth. London, 1851. SCARCE, SIO.OO. TO ÜBBAET ASSOCIATIONS, And to Gentlemen •fonning’ Pri vate Libraries, wo offer the finest selection of Standard English and American Boohs, of the highest order, in all departments of litera ture that can be found in the West. JANSEN, ICLUSG& CO., successors as Booksellers to s. c. Griggs & Co., 607 Wahash-av., ■Chicago, SUITS AND CLOAKS. FIELD, LEITER&CO. Exhibit NEW an£ ATTRACTIVE "STYIES in their SUIT & CLOAK DEPARTMENTS,' State and Twentieth, and Madison and’Market-sts, Black Silk Suits, Black. Cashmere Suits, Black Alpaca Suits, Col’d Silk Suits, Col’d Poplin Suits, CoM Cashmere Suits, In all the fewest Shades ajid Styles, AT POPDI4R PRICES. OSL.O-A.DES.S : In all the New Shapes-the DOLMAN, POL ONAISE, havblock;bnqlishprom- ENADE JACKETS, ENGLISH EQUES TRIAN JACKETS, Sacques, and Talmas, in Velvet, Cashmere, Beaver, and Fancy Cloakings, of their own importation and manufacture. • . HATS. SCOTT, THE HATTER, 21 WEST MADISON-ST., Has justreturnod from the East with THE LATEST ACKMES In Gents’ Early Winter Head Dress. Call on him. BEAL ESTATE. BARGAINS, Two-story Gothic frame honse, with brick basement U rooms, 3 closets and bath room, all finished infirst-clasa style ; also new 2-story boose, 16x16, in rear of above, and a new bam, all on lot 25x173 feet, east front* on Evans* a»., between Forty-fifth and Forty-alxth-sta, Price for the whole. $6,000; easy terms. Also No. 295 Buddan-st., between Twenty-ninth and Thirtieth«sts.. a nice cottage, Brooms, cloaeti, and sam* mer kitchen, lot 25x123 feet, west front. Price 83,600; one-third cash, balance 1 and 2years. • All for sale by B. F. CLARKE & CO.. Room 4. Oriental Bnilding. 122 LaS&lle-rt- MISCELLANEOUS. New and Elegant Toilet Articles. MAM’S HAIR LUXURIANT. PULLEAH FAIAOE CAB ECU' 3VES.S- SHOOT. DressmaMng Parlors, 497 waw-a?. ctuSS &S£ Suits, Velvet and Cloth Wraps. • Lakes’ own material made up into Bonnets, Hats, etc. Orders respectfaily solicited. Steam Heating. Estimates furnished and contracts taken for all kinds of steam heattJff. , SAMUEL I. POPE, No. 31 North Jafferabn-st. EMBER 1!1S AID'BUS At Culver, Page, Hoyne & Co.’s, US and 120 Monroo-st., Chiciso. IUET.