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CHICAGO, SATUBDAY. MAY 6, 1866. |
CITY MATTERS.
REMKMBn Dcdijt’s Fashionable and re
l»bl» Kcxly-Uadr Cloth lag and FurnUhtsg ;Hcum, tar
M«o, Yjtitti tad Boya H»'U tar* yoa away a dollar.
U!.I Col. Wood** Maaraai, Ckteafa, IU.
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Go to Banos’, 82 Monro* street, for the
h«*l Imuu, Kao***, Crowder aud V**p*r Cook
S<.■ to ; Fir* aide Fwlor and Laundry Mura, Farnin*
U.»!*g* B**t tinvortla th* city. Tin woik don* up
promptly and «*U
Mr. Frank Lawler, No. 181 Farquhar
street, is the only authorised agent for the
Advocate.
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Go to th* Best—Bryant A Stratton’s
Chicago Business University, is acknow
ledged to be the best training school for
voting men in the country. Bookkeeping,
Penmanship, Commercial Arithmetic, Com
mercial Law,Correspondence and Telegraph
ing, are taught thoroughly. For Papers.
Circulars, Ac , address Bryant t Stratton,
C hicago, 111.
Boy W anted.—A good boy can get a
berth by applying at this office immediately.
"i ■ —»
Travelling Agent.—Mr. Q. C. Harris is
authorized to receive subscriptions for the
Advocate. Any moneys paid to him will
be duly acknowledged st this office.
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Sixth Ward League.—A meeting of this
League will be held Niemever’s Hall, on
Tuesday evening next. ^Let there be a full
attendance.
Trades’ Assam b^.—The next regular
meeting of the Trades’ Assembly will be held i
on Tuesday evening, May 8th, 1800, at Room I
No. 10, Morrison's Block, 165 South Clark :
•Street.
A Visit to thk Mi skim.—On Wednesday
evening last, the members of the Grand;
Fight Hour League, at the invitation of the.
Trades’ Assembly of this city, attended the j
Museum to witness the Shakapearian play of |
“A Midsummer Night’s Dream.”
Mass Meeting or Carpenters.—There
will be a mass meeting of the Carpenters and
Joiners of this city, on Wednesday evening;
next, at St. George’s Hall, 2*28 South Clark (
Street. Ah matters of the deepest interest j
to the craft will be discussed, a cordial Invi- j
taliun is extended to all who are interested j
to he present and participate in the pro
ceedings.
Ntw Cars—The Chicago City Railway j
. ompany have recently added three new
cars of their own manufacture to the State
street line. These cars are very elegant,
and among the finest, if not the finest, street
cars ever introduced into Chicago. They
are fitted up and painted in the moat beauti
ful style. They are soon to be followed by
two other coaches which are now in process
of construction at the company’s shops.
Cleamsu a.vd RseAistKa.—As the season
for dispensing with the garments of winter
at hand, and when men like nature dou*
*heir spring attire, it may be of interest to
know how the cost of such change may be
materially lessened. To those who feel un
able to indulge in the luxury, of a „tn> fpii
ofclothcs we say, go to Cook 9 Farlev, 1»7
S. Clark street, tell them the circumstances
of your case, and ten chances to one, that
unless you inform your friends to the con
trary, they will imagine if C. A F. take
your case in hand, but that you have gone
and done it—that is, patronized McCurdy
A Co , or some other clothing establishment.
Just try.
Dr Golltes’s Lecture.—1The lecture of
.this gentleman which wts to have de
livered last Tucadaj evening, has been post
poned till Thursday, May 10th. Owing to
the inclemency of the weather, and the fact
that the 1st of May was a day on which
many w orkingmen were compelled to move
it/ter their day’s work had been done, it was
deemed most advisable to give all an oppor
tune of being present. We sincerely trust
the delay may accomplish all that was antic,
ipated, and that Smith A Nixon's Hall will
be crowded to overdowing. The Faicteis
Union has set a noble example by resolving
to attend in a body. \Uliat other organize
lion will do likewise?

A Mode.. “ Struck.A notice having
been placarded in the Rock Island rsitrosd
machine shop ot ibis city, last Monday even
ing, to the effect that all mechanics and la
borers in the employ of that company would
be reduced seven and * half percent, on and
after the 1st of May, 1S06, a meeting of the
employees was immediately convened, when
it was •iiianunouiUi resolved that they would
not submit to such induction. It was con
tended, and the logic is unanswerable, that
no corresponding redaction had been made
either in house rents or the price of the ne
cessaries of life, to wsrrant such movement
on the pert of the company, in fact that a
workingman was in a worse predicament
now than he was twelve months ago, conse
quently if any change wts made it should
an adoaue* of wages. A committe* of
<V>ierencc was appointed, but failed to aS
coinplieh any practical result, the officers of
the company declining to accede to tit# re
.quest of (he men, tod the men being Inflex
jb!e iu tin it determination that they would
not comply with the terms of the
Uat no other alternative remained,
yees left the shops In a body, and
onor be it said that from a gang
boss humblest laborer, no traitor has
A been in their ranks. This is just as
Ant should have been, though we ore none the
le ts chronicle the fact.
'i'dl^^^^cntlenien we have a word of ad
viivMHe “ilo»iu» a un^" you hare tbs
sympathy of your brother n CTkme* through
out the city, and that ia saying a gnat deal.
Kemauhat if you succumb, it is but the be
e end, as you are but fighting
'ery machinist in the State,
_ *f»en and a-hatf pet cent
' means an additional ratuetiun of ana
and a-half j>t cant, a month htnet, not only
in the Hock Island railroad shops, but ui
emy machine shop from Cairo to Dmleith,
We know also that your brother
mill mtatn you in your tffort*—that they
/1
i ^
MNMMIMINi
vrtuuj
their interests. W# beltsve
gentlemen of this company to to
tote* Wne a high repuUtion for boaar
aotooc *11 bs'Mufrf tfi
wiihdtwrj their demand*. and b* copvjDOsd
that t^a reduction ia uncalled for ano unjust.
But, hat U—aa firm—no matter' bow <A«y
decide. , _. .
7,a. ii ‘dfJ.vti.A.. ■- 7 ! T\H1 '>
v^***** umme.
The regular meeting of the Third Ward
Eight Llour Lean* was hold oa Saturday
evening, April 28th, 1888. at No. 384 Soatfa
Clark street. The PrtJdtttt, lfc. Walter
Stewart, i* the chair.
The minutee of previous meeting were
reed «nf • approved.
On motion, the hitti for hall reatr Jka,
were accepted and placed on fie fer pay
ment.
On motion that Mr. W. J. Sleegh be ex
pelled on account of not acting in accord
ance with the eoneutuiioa ana by-laws of
the Third Ward Eight llour League, it was
therefore
Rewind, That we the members of the
Third Ward Light Hour Learns entirely
disapprove of tbe action of Mr. W. J. Sleegb
on the last municipal election day, and that
we think it most injurious to our oaue to
have such men as hint belonging to our or
ganisation. and be it therefore farther
Retolaed, That >lr. W. J. Sleegb’e name
be published in tbe Wonnioiux's Advo
cate, the organ of the eight hour movement
in this city, as an expeiied member of the
Third Wnrd-Eigut. Hour League.
Oa motion Sir. kiehard J- Barrett and Mr.
Taylor wore appointed delegates to the
Light Hour Stale t oOventNNi, to bo held* io
Chicago, ou the first Wednesday in May, it
being the 2nd day thereof.
On motion it was decided that the regular
meetiug of ibis League be held unce a month,
and that on the third Saturday of qach
month, in this hall until further*notiei.
After tbe transaction of other L portent
business in oounet turn with tbe League, the
un-eting adjourned to meet again on the
19th inst., unless otherwise ordered.
1. Joltos 0. A. Kooukhtcs, Rec. Sec.
Seventh War* League.
The regular meeting of the Seventh Ward
Eight Hour Leugue was held in the Oerman i
school-house, on Monday evruatg, April 30,
1806, tbe Presideut, Mr. John Moore, in tbe
chxir.
The minutes of the pre. >us lueetiug were
read and approved.
\ bill of $it> for priuiing was presented,
a J, on motion, was accepted and ordered
paid.
Mr. Newland, delegate to OranJ League,
made a report which was accepted.
On, motion, Messrs. Mvers and Robertson
were apnojufet' delegates to represent the
Seventh \A ard in the TBp^ie St tie Conven
tion, held on Muv 2ml.
tin motion, that the Dumber of votes!
polled for the Eight llour candidate in the.
Seventh Ward at tbs hue election, be placed j
od the record* of the League.
Ou motion, Messrs. Myers and Brislen!
were appointed to procure a larger hall, and ■
report at uext meeting.
Ou motion, the President, Recording and
Financial Secretaries w*-re appointed a com
mute to audit all accounts, and investigate
the fiuancial condition of the League and
report in full at next meeting.
On motion the mooting adjourned to meet
next Monday evening at 7L o’clock.
Thoxas .Mi tjrxxvr, Rec. Sec.
■ :f aril III Hard Lrii£U «>,
A regular meeting of the Kighth Wsrd
Ejste Hour League was b> 1*1 at tbeir hall on!
Moudtty evening, the Prrsidient, Mr. C.
Childs in the chair.
T% minutes of the previous meeting were
rend and approved.
OH motion, tbe subject of bills be laid
upon the (able till th nest regular meeting.
On motion, (he report of delegate to
Grand League was adopted.
On motion, each member should consti
tute s committee to see that thoee who are
in arrears pay their dees.
On'motion, tbe financial Secretary be
instructed to prepare a list of members who
arein arrears
AdionrdeJ to meet Tuesday evmiag at
107 Blue Island Ave.,at 7 1-2 o’clock, busi
ness’.ef importance will be transacted. '
Thus. Wuitlet, Rec. Sec.
Oca RscowsTascnM Power.—W. T.
Smith, of the firm of Smith A Heddleson, of
Plano, Illinois, suffered six long weeks with
intl&miu&tury rheumatism, his knees and
gniles swelled up, caus.ug misuse pain, and
in all thaf Htn* could not get down to bin
place of business but twice. He was induced
to use Morrell’s ftedtro Magnetic Fluid.
lYTir or fire applicatioiis relieved him entire
ly anff made a perfect core. and, being a
kind-hearted man, be recommended it to his
neighbor, Mr. Tripp, who was laid up in
bed with rheumatism iu the hip. A few ap
plications cured him. Tins ia the way we
intend to reconstruct the nation. All the
Oruggists keep the Fluid for sals.
Mectiae ot the farmer*.’ wad Cltiteav’
Anti-Mouopoly Association.
At a large and enthusiastic meeting of tbe
anti-monopoly association of Msclean Coun
ty, 111., on tbs Slat inn., the peoptp were
addressed by tbe Hon. A. Campbell, of La
aalle, upon tbe monetary system, being a
subject of great and vital importance to all,
the able manner in niuct t we* presented
ref)during a heretofore complicated subject
plain.tfitfce iqoet <*»*dn saiad, was listen
ed to with marked attention, tbe arguments
presented being appreciated, and as a con
sequence will bave their effect in ohanging
the views of Putty apon the preewlt national
monetary system. After which the follow
ing resolutions were read, discueaed, and
unanimously adopted i
r\ uvaxAS Ul« Kuirruiueuiw njmvcm ma u»
t nal finnrtce which exempts tha rich man’s
tith in Londs from taxation, while said
bonds art not only drawing a very .high in
terest Bat also serve as YUHon in banking,'
by [which his gains are mt^w than doubled or
trebled, tiuu enabling him to accumulate
Capital at' i r rapid rate without <-ontrlbtrt»ng
anything to increase the real wealth of the
Staf&v 4 herefupe
Resoldd, That (he law enacting the na
tional booking system is a species of denger
flftii claw jegistattoa, delegating tn private
Arporxrions for tbetr benefit the exercise of
powers which Congress alone should control
for the braeSt of the whole people, the dele
gation of which arc subversive of the prin
ciples of freed am tnd equality upon which
our demactst;e institutions are founded.
Justice, reason, and sound policy demand
Hn immediate repeal, and the iaaae of
Treasury notes made a legal tender in (he
payment of all debts, public and private,
ana oouvertahle at the option of the holder
into government bonds bearing a just rat# of
intercut, suftcfeatly below the rate of in
crease tn, nation.d wealth by aatural pro
duction aetemakoaa squitable dietribution
of the prodtirri of labor, between capital and
riI* *
i public interest would be __
giving to the poveromert mm
faring* bmd^£^%kMs *fri
lege to the bolder to reconvertt’he bonds in
to! money or thd bntaey He boade at
pfcwfa:ffTi« ^noHfiAjd
•I
p—U the method
•d» i
or hut pcTtuu iJUtUiiijC unce ui
ihtf Sttte *#»l^af^of
within State, l.elieviug that they are
out a» bribe* to Duv the ■nBueuic.
of iu(ht^b and of those who are
placed in power, arid that we deem it a'difc
4uaiifieatiou for office ip anv person accept
ing the same.
E. W. Babewell, President.
H. P. Schaeffer, Secretary.
PRIZE "CONCERT:
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JJNITED STATES’
PRIZE CONCERT
TO nc UIVBN AT
*
CROSBY'S OPERA HOUSE, CHICAGO, |
>r«v 1SU6.
Positively No Postponement!
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135,000 uYlABLK PRIZES
Valued at Hri'.'.j a&, will be ,.r*«-nl»d to TU kel Hold
«*, iocmdia*
$100,000 DOLLARS!
IS RRKIlIRlt'laS 1 .<j
No. of Tickets Issued 600,000
PRICE, OSE DOLLAR EACH.
Thiel* the greatest uiiltMer'd ever uttered lath*
public, one ticket out of every our drawing a grime
The following r.'marme lew among the in any to he
dram : (for falilial me* Cl calkfe.! 1
!*t Grand Prime In Greuea. oka ... **.1(109
2d Grand Prim* lo Greenback ... lti.ndo
M Grand Priaa la Greenback* ■* . 10,Out!
tth Grand Prime In Greenhwckm . . . . il.adu
5th Grand Prime In Greenback* ... 5,000
4th brand Prime lu Greenbacks ... 4,000
• th Grand Prtae In greenbacks 1,000
9hh to *$d Grand Prime la Greenback*, *1.000
tom . -.it too
tod t* htih Grand Prime la Greenback*, *500 each 10,000
■Otb Ormud Prime, Hoe** aad Lot ■ 5,0to
bulk to 41 at Grand Prime, lata* aad Lota, 8M09
each -.10,00u
<1* tu SSd Grand Prime, Oottege* and Lute, to,0*0
each., . t uou
tod to 73d Grand PrUa, titty Lata. *600 each 5,<Wu
73d k *tih Grand Prime, Greruback*, Sluo each 2,0uu
teeth iu 115 Grand Prise, Greenback*, *50 cacti 1,000
115*h to tilth Grand Prize, House* and Lota,
$3,ooo each.O.OOti (
134,tod other Prize*, valued at Goto *3 to *1,000
each.*354,875 to
Making a grand toU. rf *492,575 to
Tht drawing will tok* place *7ter the Concert on the
•tag* of th* Opera if-Kite, where 10.900 persona ean wtm
new* it. A committee will be appointed by th-. aiulienct
to saperinten 1 tbe *atue. All purchaaera aaP agaata will
be w^ipUed with correct UaU of drawing ar toon a* pub
Ticket* ar* tor aale at th* prlnctpai fteteke, Bosk
and Mute storm* in the city, aad at oar offle*, 183 Dear
born street, pric* tl each, sent by mall oa receipt of
price aad itaap foi return , oatog*.
Good aad rellahl* agent* wanted la every city aad
tom sac village la the United State*, to whom great In
ducement* ar* otteeed. geheiauM required.
Special Tens or Glib Rates.
Am] person procuring a club of 5 or more name* for
ticket*, aad forwarding am th* money tor the Mate, will
be allowed tbe following oommiaMoa, trig:
ti wxxa am
h Ticket* to 00* addrea tor to 90
lo •• “ “ - 9 00
20 ** " “ •» . IT 50
30 “ "m - " - 24 25
49 " •• «• o 96 9$
00 - “ V •• . 49 59 -
100 *• •• •• •• . 85 00
to every case read th* mm and Pmi jton addridm et
each aubecii '-r.
Money b\ draft, f. 0, erder, azprtaa or to ragiftered
letter* may be seat at our rltk.
All commualcatioaa ibould be addnaaed to
wxoaxws, BBAOTOBD * M.,1
_ ___ • DMPhern street. CUrngo, JU,
Poetofle* Drawer 6,91*. 1 • j j [
Th* proprietor* will dooate to the Lincoln and Douglaf
Maoemeiu load 89,090 ; also, there wll he *B409 reserv
ed from the 9tuna drawing to* tSo.uou pric* for to*
urn* purpoe*. *'*•••■
If B.—Editors *f eouBtry taper* ar* aakb*ria*d to pot
a* our agaata, an ’ viU be allowed toll commlaaio *n all
tkUU ordered uy thimeetvae or guehee.ii by others
through them. Propaeal* tor toeuMag this advet lisemenl
repaaetit.
nev-/ advertisements.
REMOVAL.
Tke 6ti X Safiags Iistititioa!
Win occupy their new Baak Building,
No. 88 La Salle Strwet,
(orrosite rag oocmr aocmij
On, aafialUt Mnafiar IbafiMblaPant.
-rnkm^m haUi.».tt8 P M., «nd «;hui.
d»j«Bran (toll. V.
ft «; KtODERr
cJ 11 l ( A \ Jijh (Q y i A ij i
JJSE CHESTER’S VEGITABLI
WIH ■ m WiA ftpv ® V R*liS j
ONE PMKPARAJIO.S ONLY.
Ptoopnw LILT. fialtTby all Dragfrto. '
dBk EVK AND EAR. 4y
^ **• wm»iw#b- is
CaaKltlng and OparaMrn 8 or gat,n Mr all ntlllb at
«ba Kpa and Car.
Croaa gj«! <mift>u-ord la oa« Mlnata, and artificial
1« canaUMl, an band, 1]M bandoMbt . Chlea«o.
WJI. W. STRONG,
ossoij
rVRNITVBB AR (fPHOUTRRV
or Tufppr, KWALinn,
’^TOfa 7=iw5f^“=“f«
in i- t./l
aa»9BB9BSaw9"
QIFT CONCERT.
S**lHS BOM
gift fcbfrcisfe*
.mzTrrr-n <
OL’ARKE & SAYLOR,
" ' "A I T; ,
...
U7 Dear him St, Chicago, 111,
k • .-wa t j
TO BC UIVtN A
AT 9MITH & NIXON’S HALL*
. £J|
Kay a«, 1866,
$10,000 IN GREENBACKS!
n ^;j ;• \
FIRST OUT.
$6,000 IN GREENBACKS l
If)/ i
SF^OXD GIFT
■ 1:1 ‘J * 1 .*♦' - j : j t ;
I GUI l
! <* f t
One Hcttaaand Lot Moar Vaiou Parks
lO City of Ot^onfo.
5,000 Gifts, $1 Greenback Each
*4*0 IBS MM.IMU** <101 ,
GOLD AND SILVER WATt UES,
DIAMOND RINGS AND PINS,
SOLID SILVER GOODS.
Rocerfr Bro*.’ flrirer'lNamt&oodi.
1 dill In Greenback*, - JS.jno
1 Mouk and I.ul alu.-sd of Weet Bids, In Chi
cago, near lintnn P»k, X 4.Co"
1,'Cj Gina of $1 Greenbacks each, h.oou
la Gold Watche*. Kugli.li Leerr, Is K., valued
trggu tlUUlo 82&U, . 9,500 1
01 Silver Watchea, »ai. turn (it lo (I J5, - 4,165,
IT Lnoooud Fiuo.vaL Bom 94 owl
U- Klai*. con dating of Amet'nat, '! "pel, Bio il
J Sume, Pearl, an J G-n.i, and IS \ aoli.l gold
UBr* valued from $6 to fAV 1,7*0
51 Is K aud 10 K. G .Id Chain*, valued from $85
[ JfjWiee’**t», c4Uai*6n(nf Amethyat, Granet,
' | Amu. Pdarf, Coral, and 1* K aolid gold, rat
'*6m»5ij$iU0, 1,115
91 Set* dr Ladle.' fcar Kln9.rau1d.ltny of Arne
thpak, JEnamel, and IN a. aulld e.iJ valued
friuiia** *5u, ... 1.11& I
77 U WpRi, coo.laUng of Amathyn, Topaa.
» i and 18 K.'Jolid gold, valued from 8*0 to $50. ton
555 Uenta* Isa aud 19 K. Qo'd Pin* valued
from ,0 to (8u, - - . 1,780
7* Gold and Sliv.r Thimhlee, - - ids
** Gold Bracelet*, valued iron * 44j, *71
IN Watch Key* aud Pet* of 4. arm , 19 K. and
It K aulld (Old, valued boa (0 o Jib, Wu
19 Gold Lockeu, lo 9. valued f. oi (lu to 9*0, 1 >1
8* Sen 8leer. Bottom, valued fron lo (55, 85"
60 Sell Ueola Siudo, lo am! 16 9 j Id, valued
from $4 lo **», ' 9u8
6 Gold Tooth Pick*, « *4
4 Plated Tea Beta, ( pitta, Kogan g Bro.'s mat.
ufatUirs, ral from (9o to (126, 426
9 Plated L rns, (100, . 28u
1 Plated Liquor Stand of 3 Bohemian Glees but ■
1 Plated Ptckla Stand, - . 28
1 Plated fruit Basket, - -26
l Pleiad Toilet Sal, - - - 40
14 SUrer Plato* Trajre, valued front (2u to (1*0. 516
9 Ice Pitcher*, (95. , 50
19S Cxtra Plated Patton, 0 aad 4 bottles, ralued
from (S to 925, .... 1,(14
2D Exits PIa< 4 Cake BaakeU, ralued Croat (15
1 to |*0, • ... 850
46 Plated MoJats gold lined. *6, - - .226
19 Plated Syrup Mugs, |S, - (tl
4 Plated Butter Dishes, git, . .46
75 Extra Plated Cups, reined from (3 to (5, »w
2T Plated Seep and firtr) 1 idee, mined fr*ut
£.60 la (8 - so
<t Plated Porta, It, t aad tor, Valued
from $4 to *7, - - - 860
150 Beta Plated Table Sroone, It, 8 end 4 os'.
Veined from (* to (6, 7ui
18 Ilib K Liver, ralued from M to (7, . . 123
100 Plfted Botmr Knives. *1 94, . *86
11)0 Pinned Sager •pooae. Sl, . . > . Jou
800 Pttire Plated Mustard aad Bah Scooue, (1 8*0
Owe Ptoted Napkin Kings, mined from $1 tog! 86 588
1 bet la dividual Salta, In onae, ft, - 6
69 Pieces Assorted Plated A rile lee. T* - gfri
1 Pair Plover Vases, 16, - . - . 16
I Open (Ham**, 19 end 16, - .81
1 Pair MI Uver (alt., gold lined, «$, . 90
t Solid Wlver Jelly Spoons. $10, * .90
6 S did SUrer Vast Chain, 110, - 80
6 Children’s lets (lib, fork end Sdoou, Us
iSLlaknftWSS* . s
9 SUrer Card Cnees, 715, - 87
11 SUrer Napkin Kluge, from J5 to 50, - 88
OZeOOU.
9 Preach Clocks, BO ’ • • - 1«
1 Preach Clack, .... 60
» french Brouse Clocks, ml. (18 to 880, - 144
84 Clocks, rained from (5 to *12, . 231
Ml Pocket Knives, ralued from TBc to It, . M3
- 80 Ladies’ CUatelenes. with Pine, 88, - 850
a Solid Cold Gifts, (8, 400
Milks, Valued at ... - 43,888
“ ’ - ttj l« ! .d| i,. Ui'l h
EVERY GIFT NAMED
WILL BE BRiWV.
EVERT FIFTH TICKET WILL DRAW
if \ i f
A OIFTJ
THE LARGEST GIFT $5000 1
4 Ticket cmte bat Ob* Dollar, and It maj draw Ftn
Tbauaaod Dollar*, or a Foar Thaaeand Hotter 9oa** ood
1*1 Itoalycoeti Qm Itelhy—lagui It at oy.
Hctcb Ticket* for - * ’ |1«,M
Q*« HH4iUf Tldcet* for |1M.M
M bow to mw noun. ,
e
Money can be wet ot oar rlek by Draft, hprea* Poet
»ffi»e Order, or KlBtllwd tdrtlir.
*TpJ2B&fiW£sreras:
do* on dll Ike ticket* ordered, tpnb will be *■ pelted
with the book*, qpjg tppHooiloo, Ur Cue •— iHnlni
dddrao* aU coder* «*
</ CL4MK dk UUDt, Jr waller*.
ltd Dearborn CraM, OI»J***o, Bk
■bttoMc.e Drawer, 6,(188.
|l . * -'IS. *4l . • '!'Ut 4*1
WS*** Uamy U retar* poeUg*.
wKh flu there «*k, w*
9r*j»lp
I ,W " 19' * r** ■ tl i W .!#!
mn* Muir
AMUSEMENTS?
imif. •
MmRwop Street,
JITWIIN STATE AND DEARBORN MTU NTS.
SfoVIOKEB * MYES8.MAIA0EE8.
MONDY EVENING, May 7. will b* prmeoted
“THE OCTOBOON."
iABfthcarml. lie Areal Inn of NICK OP Tlii
jr.XiM.orfH* J1BMKU.N4HBY.
Saturday AFTERNOON Grand Mafia** at * ••clack
QOLONElT WOOD'S MUSEUM.
Uamlolph Street,
Mt«'1 Clark and Dearrokn Streets 1
COL J H WOOD.PrwMUrudMaaafW
A 0. BRADLEY... — „..UrNt« of AiuhhiU
MR. THOU. BARRY.,,..-___Stag* Man***r
MONDAY EVENING. May 7, and ,**fy mali| Aorta*
tka vert, wiR b* yrw**nt*d
THE OCTOROON!
i , t
OoLife in UmiitiR. . j ...
SATURDAY APTHKNOOX—Grand Malta**.
Tim* altered, somoMoea *1 quarter to vlgbt
VARIETIES THEATRE,
115 *ad 11T Dear bora Btmt
0. M. Chadwick - • - Proprietor.
<3.it Barton .... Manager.
No lady admitted unlaa* .crompdhtad by a **oUeioao
. Monday Er.nln*, May 7,
5*f* riTZ N1MM05I8
L A
In tba Great Play of lie
BELLE OF WASHINGTON!
MTU Augusts, sdd the greet torn bio ttton Mar company
Bdakef Price*— Pirouette, e«aU , Drew Circle, flu
cents Reserved urehestra Cnaire, Oil cent* , Privet*
Boxes, 18 s»d H, MAfi# Basts in Boies, 75bents.
Change of iia>e—i>uor$ open st 7l-4 •'clock; cum
(ueocjts at 3. ^
ASSEMBLY LECTURES.
The *. cond of a Serine of Lectures under the •urpk'ee
of the Trades' Assembly of Chicago vtl! U delivered
by (he
REV. DR. COLLYER,
AT
SHITH St NIXON'S HALL
. ON
TMay Evmi, May 10,1866.
Ticket*. m m . 9S Owt*.
ARCHTECT8.
( 1ARTLK & DRAKE,
ARCHITECTS,
07 Washington Street, Chicago.
I M. ARMSTRONG,
tl . A
Architect and Superintendent,
OHrr, 4b Lombard Block,
MONK >B ST., CHICAGO
DENTIST8._
^EETH EXTRACTED WITIIOUT PAIN,
*t t* v m *r
VITALIZED AIR,
AT DR. BUSH S DENTAL ROOMS,
1*6 South Clark Street, Chicago.
ri ..aTH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN
1 by Lb*tin*
VITALIZED AIR,
At 1* *od 10 Lombard Bloek.wMt Ode ofth* Pa*
Oder, Chicago, 111 DRS RODGERS i HALE.
UK. ft. K. tOHLE,
. D EXT 1ST.
*l)«co 136 South Clwk tew Mmdioon.
Artilicmi f—lh inserted la iv e mo* approved aauotr
and upon raaaouabU Urms
carriages.
^OVELTY
CARRIAGE WORKS
GRANT’S
Patent Shiftily Busy Top Rail!
which can he taken oM, and put on In one moment,and bn
aa | nmimrt aa If rirlted to the eeat, can ba>tUched
to any Buggy, may be had at
No. 44 Adam! Street,
Ainu, ahcm Ughu for Bat*. famlHea and gentlemen's
Bugatee. Special atUntloa paid to Haaufacaotnr* of
TROTTING BUGGIES,
WUh knd Bkolotoi Wagoue,
Which arc aferetl te tha pnbfi- with th, tall aaouranc, of
gfrhg good »atlelaotlpn, of Bnpwrtor Block, Stylo and
WatmaWh,
MMfAlSMf NX A fir AND nOMTlt DO NX
THOMAS B. aaomr, Ag.nt.
jjiT iFxk VarzerT
,i| , * Oericn, M W*at RaaDoLtw Stahir.
!; ■’* Owner of CIMon, Room Ho f.
OSooHonra. from* tola am., from Slot p.m., and
Ntffct Cxsntukation* in m—fVsBsft m
■ mi in 11 ■■■ miif inn, x rviwn, UWWW1 <M0
■ . -A.. ■
■ \ OLOTWINQi
DE GRAFF’S
r» • 5 . f • jl: • * *
1t '
*• | Mammoth
* f d ’ ■« ~. - , ■
CLOTHING HOUSEI
. T/.3RVdMMiii
’ * , i |. , to
t»M • \ »», il , a
STATE & RANDOLPH STS.
« ... . ) \ .. \ '
I " ‘
i*n- • r. n * ,i.* • » Hit ,
EVERY, DESCRIPTION
J.TII3MT410 y uma”:
* ‘mf1 ItmitakfcM? tiwS- 1 *
FASHIONABLE CLOTHING!
EMIGRATION AGENCIES.
QftAtfAM ... . ■> .
H GENERAL EMIGRATION A
No. 1« MADISON STREW.
Mr the Boat OOoe. Chicago, 111.
Taaocaa Tisaaraaro aae »*o«
CHICAGO, IH GO PEG A L IF 0 ft HI A,
AC3TKAL1J%TC, ■
By Bteaaa a ad Rail at Lawnf Matoa.
IjlNBY ORKENKlAUi l CO.,
general %
EUROPEAN EXCHANGE
u,
PASSAGE OFFICE,
Caraer of Lake aad Lasalle street,, j
i... C'hk'ago. 89-Sai.
_ --- -- N K L L,
PASSAGE BY STEAM AND SAIL VESSELS
TO AND FROM TUB OLD COC'NTJtY,
■migration ft Foreign Exchange Office
185 SOUTH CLARK STREET,
\ *
CHICAGO.
^MIGRATION AGENCY
GREAT REDUCTION*
Partial deatrlug to bring iHrnrt. frost.ib« old country
by Pint Uui
Fast Steamers or Sail Vessels
Will lad It to tbeir advaatag, to call or addrw,
J.■.Murphy, Sextan St. Mary's Church
Or at Calrary Camrtrry 0# e, Ohicga.
Druftt Issued m the Royal Bank of Dublin, Ir land,
^MERICAN EMIGRANT COMPANY.
ILLINOIS AGENCY,
24 Dearborn Street, cor. lake street,
OCKAN PAS940K between Mrerpool, 0».-mat»va,
Hamburg, Bremen, Antwerp, Pan%Louduo, Ustt-, *c,
wd Stew York
The Cbinpauy nil Tickets by all of tho following
Boats : —
Kxsesaoo, Citt or Loxtwa,
Komotea, Citt or P»*i.,'
Citt or Ijwsricx, Citt or Bonos,
Citt or B.LTiwotr, Citt or New To ax,
Citt <w Cota, Citt or MaxciiKsTsa,
Cit, or Wssxixotos. Cirr or taanv,
WaaauaT. x, Swim,
Lars time, Tscttis,
ktsorx, Metes,
BaiTxaxu, Haivina,
Baix, Loitstaas,
Cai-iDoxu, Noam Aataicaa,
Hiataxia, Boacssit,
IdxaaiaM, ATsLiirrs,
ALLrnjsit, KaoLABb,
PtaaarLTaaia, Scctlaxo,
ViaetaiA, UtTtaiA,
Naw Toax, Aaaxica,
Bum.
TICKETS also by SalRng Slops, and
Exchuun'e on Liverpool.
KATKB always aa low aa by other lines
C. UEAVVILLE HAMMOND.
ATTORNEY8~A T TaW. ~
j^CATES, BATES A TOWSLEE,
COUNCILORS AT LAW,
54 Dear bora HU, Walker’s Block,
Hon. Walter B. Scatas. late Chief Jnetiee 9. C. tioo. 0.
Bales, Henr. B. Tewalee. Chicago.
Haring finish.>d ay serrk* in the army, l have res
allied the practice of the Law, as a men. er of the shore
4™. Wsltbb B. Sratmn.
J S. NOBLE,
LA WYE i,
ROOM 19 REYNOLlm' BLOCK.
__ CHICAGO,
rpflOMPSON 4 LACKNER,
ATTORNEYS k COUNSLLOIt AT L AW
No. 97 S, Clark Street,
BOOM No. IS,
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
jSAAO R. DLLLERr
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
Boom No. I, Up Stairs,
FULLERTON BLOCK, DEARBORN ST.,
MAS WASBJSGTOy,
CHICAGO.
Attends punctually to tha purchase and sale of Lands,
City Lots and Houses.
49~Spiendid Parma and Dnlupmred lands for tala—
besides a large list of ralnahls City Property
_P- O Bok Stftg._
pEN3I0N k WAR CLAIM AGENCY OF
No. U CLARK STREET, CORNER OP RANDOLPH
OMleet Claim Agency in Chicago.
Pensions and Bounties Collected with despatch, and
Cburro* KeMnubi*. 1m*
GROCERIES It PROVISIONS.
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS
Cheap for Cash,
AND PROMPTLY DELIVERED
JAMES MCCUNE,
184 West MatHmn St.,
COR. OF HALSTSD.
CHICAGO ■ - - ILLINOIS.
BANKING N ST I TUTIONA
■^yiNSLOW 4b CHRISTENSEN,
BAN HERS,
49 La Salle Street, Chicago,
NT Am HUX UCSANOION
mnr tors, lonson, run,
Aai «M otbar pr*aAaaai«M*« Ib farop*.
tfmk ted Iwwm I mi «>rt 11 boagbt MinUtl
b«a ml*-*. Iaterital Iiium Strap* fet rate.
AlAXUDB mixer,
_ _____ __ 1 iteAmt.
JHK MERCHAOTS^FARltERS, AND
SAVINGS SANK.
19 Smtfc OUrk »*., Oklea**, SUsofa.
nfiT*lirra- ^ a yb»»fwSI»lvP^3!Lt.
Vli ATWOtT HYOA. CmUw.
1. ~U._1_ 1 1.J.J..- ..■■■■■■■■■II
PAPER HANGINGS.
TV Si Ail<l A.ESOw . . imt»H
ifS: wr .
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MAGIC c
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Patented April, 25th, 1805.
The perfectness with which the Eiuc Corns Ser
clears Coffee ef ita grounds, its simplicity and
durability, as well ha Ka cheapness, rsnffrrs It • neces
sary article for rrsre hnuaahold.
v. "[ DIRECTIONS.
Put theCoffee Into the Pot (nnt into the Pettier)1; 0Ure
the Settler (empty.) Into the mUddle uf the Pot while the
Oofee la hotline, rear or Era mtnntea before It Is mf
LAeotty soiled Let tbe Settler rmiln in ths’Pot anil
yon wish to uso the Coffee, then take It out. and v.u
•HI Sad nil the (ronndt In the Settler Nothin* else
shoild 1m IMtti La |Att|B lha C nffpo
It Isneceaaary to hose a sufficient depth of flnld In the
Pot to eossr tbs rim of the Settler.
Por sale, wkslsmlt sad retail, by
MILLER Ml CO..
A (Hits for Iks Proprietors,
171 Dearborn-at-, cor. Hmuxi*,
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
Post OSes Box 369.
AGENTS WANTED.
MEDICAL. »
THE GREAT HEALING AGENT!
It caret disease by hat moulting the magnetic currents,
end restoring a perfect equilibrium of the forces of the
forces of the system, which it the principle of life end
health.
ron BtirimxG paix
Its powers ore truly wonderful. Try It and judge fur
yourtelees It nerer tel e
TO CURE RHEUMATISM.
TO CURE PARALYSIS.
TO CURE NEURALGIA.
TO "CURB SCROFUL A. —
TO CURE SALT RHEUM.
TO CURE BURNS AND SCALDS.
TO CURE SPASMS'AND (RAMPS.
To CUP.E SPINAL AFFECTION'S
rSHD ONLY AS A BATHING LOTION.
Price One Dollar Per Bottle.
But Bole by all respectable Druggists.
Office and Depot, 166 Bandolph-st.,
CUICAOO.
The use of “Pettit’s American
EYK SALVE,' In over one million of coses In
America and Europe has
proved It to have effected a
radical cure of Dieeased
lyea, acute or chronic. In
most of tnem. That wblclt
ralleves the agony of tho
diseased human eye by an
KrUmal application, ts
found also to be the most
efficacious Bead y reGef
/UfW-t-t/ler, and family re
medy discovered, for Burns,
8 plugs Biles, Scali-head, Salt -
rheum, ids, end Kindred Affect
lung f^Tic£
but each as hoe the “Trade
Krs Sslvi, Pianovit,
the Hoi, and the Box
are without scam or soldering ; follow t!.e
ptreettoos Enveloping the Box. Sold by the Drugeiate
lu Chicago, St. Louis, Dubuque, KeoXnX, Denver, San
Pranclero, Kew Orleans.
I \R. WEBSTER, 164 South Clark street,
1 / between Madleon and Monroe Office hours from
b A. I to s r. 'l. specialist is the
treatment of all private di*ea*r§ in
all tbelr varied and complicated
forms For tha past 90 years Dr H .
has mala tha treatment of private
diseases his business and study,
which has enabled him to perfect
remedies which are speedy aod per
manent. and in all case* can be used
without hindrance to business or ex
posure to friends. Particular a Urn
lli,ii giren u bu oki ecaouiug r——. sum ■■ were luruier
Ir couaidered Incurable. hyphiUe, In all forms ; Gonor
rhoea, Gleet, Stricture ; also the effect ofa>lltary haoii,
both ruinous to bode sod mind, aoJ produces some of the
folio wing effect# ; pimple* oo the lace, bodily weakness,
constipation, srcrslon Cor and uneasiness in female ao
cissy, unmmnliness, dread of future ersntt, and finally a
couplets pr. .traction W the dial power, loss of memory,
iftarfng in the ears, impotency—can be fully rest.,red in
health. Dr. W. is the publisher of a new medical work
which should be in tbs hands of all those contemplate*,
marriage. Sent to all on receipt of 10 cents to prepay
postage. Please call ; a friendly chat will cost you
nothing.
Dr. Webster refers the public to the following pin si
clams . Dr. Dctlor. Milwaukee, WU , Dr. Peabody and
Dr. Kermott, Detroit, Mich.; Dr. Price, Grand haplda,
Mich.; Dr. Bowen and Dr. Harris m, til. Imnla, Mo.
Dr. Gaines. Dt. J. Bailey, Dr. James Thorn, Chicago .
IIU Dr. Ilendershatt oledo. O.: Dr. Darls.i'tncl nnati
U.; Dr. Beatty, fit. Paul, Mina.
rpiLE GREATEST DISCOVERY IN THE
I WORLD. Htw treatment, the only way to cars
teurreal Plan anew Da. H. KffflISNBKRfJ, lately arired
Europe, caraagB renereal diseas-s without giy.ug the
patient uoa dumoTmgjlicIne, or regard to diet or fear of
of tipo-uve, the aaat wai aa thousands were cured in
London boapiUU Mat year. Dr. R. It tut Importer of
this celebrated core which hai aet.ini.bed the whole of
Europe, and brought America a most catiinateil phys
ic laws to 'crepe last winter to study ehis cure. The
true beveSt tor ail afflicted. Dr. H. is i>. oslt oaa
nil rho has practiced It. He piece the patient prefect
heal to and saees him for the future. Persons cured hr
him can a seer take the renereal again, let them be err r ,
to much exposed. Dr. K. can be consulted in strict
privacy id his prlrate consultation room adjoining hi*
offlee. Cousultation foe*. Reference* will be gireo bp
persons cured hare, glean np by other doctor*. Ac
me, ed to lffl Dearborn street, Speed's Bl. ck, Auoms Ik
aad U, Chicago, IU. Poet Offlee Boa Wit. offlda hanrs
9toi(a.m.,itu4 and t to* p. m.
PITivate matters.
To the unfortunate. DR. CLARKE, 9? Clark 1
street, Ho. 4 Larnou Mock, Is a man of few worts, hut
glees pattest* of both sexes, raanrr, aiLissti and
vaoaocua ruiratiT. Victims of Indiscretion quackery
*r lmpotency cnnauH Dr. Clarke, whose great suceeaa
depend* apoa regular edu. atlon aad experience. Uo to
am at eaoe and be cured. He .does nut want mossy
unless be does yon good.
NWBead $1 for a bos of hit celebrated Pemale Pill*
Sara cor*. Thee* Plus, rasas raou tb* Diana stay
are the OXLT SUKE REE ID I for the remora! of Oh
■tructions aad lrreguleritle* of Penalac.
fWfiend wo atastpa for "Priests letter to Married ,
Iiiin,"
nrscod two *anps for “Description of Prewnfio
»« . . . . . e M
rrlvtlHl.
dHTBemd two stamps for “Prlrate letter on Seminal
Weaknem.;’
WANTS.
WANTED—Agents—$150 per month, to
■ell the lm pro rod
Hew Eaglnnd Family Sewing Marking,
Pries US. This Machine win stitch, hem, fell, tacb
ooed. bewtd. Mad, gather, quill aad am be oiler. Beery
machine It warraated geo yean. Addraaa DANK A 00 ,
P. 0. Has SB Chicago, 111., or cell at Rom No 3 P. 0.
Block, corner of Hoard* and Dearhora at*., Chicago.
WANTS D—Agents—$160 to $250 par
month, to call the
Oriwatml Family lawiag ■acUse, *
The rfterr low price machine in ok. it whi
da all Unde of wort equal to say other Machine, high
price at low, aad U aa infringement Price gin.
Address, ORIENTAL SEWING MACHINE CO ,
P. 0. Drawer Nil. lb Clark-at., Chicago, IU. rt
UTANTED! A**uw-Mskia7dl7m»k~5l
TT $XUo 1130 par month to tell the Celebrated ^
Ibibii Seam Family Sew tag
~ w FEJCt $14.00. , . tf|
nUMUat will, da all Maids at work aqaal to tM,
Maishlaea, aadla the only practical aad red
Sewing fflaeUaw M tbs world, good for da
•EOOMBACO.,
Cbtoago, m., or Oerifogl, Oolq.
OfBeo, No. 1 Custom Bom* Plasa, ~-jr
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