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v Js^TIffHIVi j»irl -1*8. 'OOMMBRdlAl..* tkeelon. HonfAir. owing to «o« tapidtto. totrert**. „ . onNew to* awmaHr tUcenlar «M Bankers »t«anal Eicoh«n»eU»tffllnconTeniently acarce, »nd tendency tanker 4pw»*d, ^^tt«entt«&g«Bii«d rtara. 1 ' The- nominal bank-quotationi Urt axdtament in Bre»d«tuflli»tnioontUiuee: Jloar-maiket"«xcited ! «h'd 'prioer 'from . amlth'j Mill* Extra J,«s'l» ;bbl«- •Oaretoo Extra T,00; 800 bbtt Empire Mlllt, Beaver Duit^^OO; 8fiO bbla aane brand ulaat«t740,«lU. O.14400 bbta Upper Mill* delivered is He* *ork &»• SWbbta Stone MUliat IfO f. o. b.; 1,000 bbljJCaloolah M 1& t. o; b. ' Balei In all Include aboujk^ZOO bbla. Oloaed firm with tendency ttJl upjFird. Wbe»t-«6t quite ao active at an advanced ot8e on No. Ljand-emme on extra. : 8al« 1,400 bnt No. 1 (late Hit evening) »l 1,40 In atore; 1,800 tau do li«ln ftore ; too bu. extra 1,60; 200 bn» choice extra aeed 1,»0; 100 too White Wtoterl.tO.denTeredUitore. «m«*tti» cloae and farther rl»e looked for. Tb* aggregate number of bniheli aoU aince latt report being ai far Mean be learned 4|TB8bna.-i * We make On following quotation! ; Wheat-Ho. 2 Spring Wbeitl^OO1^5;»o.» Spring Wheat 1,85®MO; Ho.l Kitr» Spring WhestJ^i® 1,48; Club Milling Wheat IfOQlJto* « tr »i Wtour MUllng Kea 1,40^1,60; Winter Mining Whit* Wheat against Tnoma* A, Lyne, Caroline X. I*ne, John ». Weld *nd X A-PuUen. . I N virtue of and pursuant to • decree tendered IB aaid Cotrt, in the above oUUed action, wated the 16th day of March, 1859, 1 »haU expos* foraaleand cell at publWAwtion, at the Post Office In the city ol MI1-- ^waixee; o1i«.rt«rr«i»T» Use, 8* day*! J*slw, 1899, at the hour of 2 P. X. of t)iat day the following deacribed mortgaged premises; «r *o much thereof a* nay be necenary to raja* tie amount of sal* judgments, interest and cost*, together with ezpenaelof <ale, to wit : | •<Tb* north one half of lot* number ten (10) . •od twelve (12), in block number forty*x (41 v In tbe Elghti Ward of the said airy of MUwan- , • kee, being oa Walker's Point Addition to said | city, ta tb* County of Milwaukee, But* of WIs- 1 . -"bated Sheriff '« office, Milwaukee, April 1, 16(9. Fnom, LTJUH * Maun, I ,A. J. tANGWOBTAT, Plaintiff's Attorney*. J Sheriff Mil. Co., WU. aprl-3mllB2w _ Corn— T8®»; com (ear) Kgg»-9c, plenty-and going off eaiy. Potatoet alow. Hlde»-fcrwn7;»alt*d^;<di7UQU;«beep pelt»20® Timothy Seed—I£Oai,7B. Moaale. (Borer Mefl—ta good supply at 6,00. Barley—more doing, and slightly advanced. 'Sal** 8,000 bos f. a. b. al 6TX. eat*—more active, and from > to Be better. Sales 1,624 bus deUT«r*d, at trom 6S5J65., Corn—not much doing. Bale* 100 bo* In the ear at79. Highwlnes scarce and advancing; quoted at 23. Whiskey—284J25. Receipts of flour and wheat for past 24 hour* hare bc*n a* fallow*: Rotfr, 681 bbls; wheat, 4,331 bus. Shipment*: floor, 492 bbls; wheat, 10,300 bus. Freight*—the schooner Fred Bill takes whtat to Buf- lalo f or 3 cents. HfUlroad Becelpta. RSOTUTS BT LsvOxoasa A IbLWADcn KaiuoAD.— 1,28» boa wheat; 1,226 bus oats; 669 do potatoes; 344 bb\> flour, 66 sacks flour; C bbls eggs; 6 cords wood; 2,776 IDS hide*; 16,394 Ibs sundries. 2,943 bo* wheat; 1ST bbls floor; 23 bos barley; 87 bus bean*; 141 bns com; 221 Ims potatoes; »,306 Ibs hide*; 1C bbls eggs; 16,625 Ibs aondrler, 684 In* batter; D live hogs; 40,000 Ibs stone;"l bead cattle. LAIS Exrons,—6 tons mdx; 41 pkgi sundries; 97 bags potatoes; 2S hf bbls beer; 492 bbls floor; 24 bag* floor; 85 dry hide*; SI green hides; 6 bbls sundries; IIS bbls pork; 4 bbls hams; 10^00 bus wheat. LAJC* IMPOST*-—2fil tons mds. New Vork Market. NEW roac. May 11 nour—The market ezclMd, and 20 cents better; sales 2$000 bbls at 6£(K&<&6,65 for *uperflne *tate; 740®?,SO (or extra state; &,80®6,GO for superfine weitern, 7,OOQ7^S for common to good extra western; J,46®7,60 for do round hoop Ohio. Market closing buoyant. Canadian flour firmer and nominally quoted at 1,004^1,76 for common to choice extra. Bye flour—3,78®4,65. Wheat—advanced 0 cent* per bushels; sales 800,000 bush at I^SB&1,40 tor Milwaukee club; l,62)f<&l,Tt tor winter red western; 1^2^1,63 tor conun >n to mixed western; 1,85^1.90 for white (outturn; 1,65 for Ambre Eye—firm, at 96&9T Barley—firm at SS©T8; *ale* IfOO bush on private terms; sales 7,000 bush Buiejr malt, to arrive, at M. Corn—firmer; sales 26,000 bush at 95. Btocks—lower; U 86*11807, W9X; Mo C's 68k;- 8 30; Ta 9«; N Y 0 7-s 1USX; Lake Erie * Wabaah 2S: Mich guaranteed SIX, MB 20; Pac UaU 63; HI Freeland bonds M; Del it Hnd 95V, B 16, Penn 80; B 60; N T C raj,; End 81 >i; Har preferred S6X; R 43k;; M O 40V; 111 0 68; Gal * Ohl 60; Toledo S4X. HercsaauiAize by Luke. Sf Prop. Wenona—Jf. T. 0. B. R. Line—J. J. Tai- aaOet, Agtat, M.&M.&.R. Jtock. fat. Puttoxs w *a« OITT.—J W Hoyt, Carlisle * Ehmghton, tt £ Dickinson,« B A-Co., JJtUe 4 Baker, 1 Delany, Wise t Co. a Dfer * Oo, Diamond J» Cuist, Schnlke, H 3 Maaro * Oo, Bradford t Bro, S Harrington, E Hajklnt, 1 T Burcbard, Goodrich * Johnson, D £ 4 Oe, 8 B A Oo, LePevre * G, A B Blanchard, Strickland * Oo, Banford, B * Co, B o West, C II Preuaser, 8 Stone, Warren O Uewett, Jiorton t Fowler,Goodricb * Johnson, POoes, £ Op*on,M O Cook * Oo, Oaswell * «. L F Lake, Noonan * McNab, 0 Blgelow, J U Oor- - des, John H Te*ca, O t I, K Hajklns, Boynton * Smith, Norton A Fowler, Mann * Bros, U. f Oady. t W PiUdn, O Harrington, Oaadee * Co, O 0 Dewev, O «re- merACo.J WE, S JtCobb, A uunnfeon,« 8 BroVn, Bchuucher * Johnson, Harrison, Hantord a Oo, Carlisle A Btoughton, W I. Elmore, E M Hard, Seaman a Wing, Wm t Klmore, A Wanate, A T Bullnonn, Haney a. DeBow, Blair * Persons, Dnokett a Blockbjuue, Dot man * Mailer, O Klnfaldt, V * e. »o»P«MO«BIlOocsrr»rT.—Kdred t Balcom, Si It- Via; Bliaa, Holly * Armstrong, Edward ^irrmnn. u u kosh.do; Borap* Caamplln, 8t Paul, atiun; Bam i A Olaak, Prairie du Ohlen; Hopkins * Co, Madiaon; P Walsh, Kingston, J L Newman t Oo, St Anthony W D Washbnm, Minneapolis; W Code * Co, K O'Oonner, 8 Wlnurmute, Whitewater; Chapman * Bros, Janes- vlUe; A Burke, Waopan; H Diion, North Pepln; Alex < Arnold, LaCrosse; L H A £ r Warren, Albany; Pnlnney A Bro, Bawen A Bro, Upon; Blchmond A Tucke, Princeton; A W Mclntyre, Atenomonw; K B Deacon; Dnunmond A Oo, Pond dn Lac; B A Clark, Pralris-do Ctilen; J H Winter, Falrbank; Adams AI Davtnport, Monroe, Minn.; W N Hover, atazo Manie; L B Oas•well, J 8 Burrows, Lawrence A Atwood, D A Carle, JanesvUls; Curren A Kalke, J8 Bherwood, Thos Mason, fond da Lac; Bell A Chate, Wen Union, Iowa; W Burke, E A C VT Jones, Starxweatber A Elmore. Wandon; alclntyre A 8, Bed Wing; W H P A Oo, Dataaqne- D A J Oormau, Pendervllle; It Hakes, Edgerton; W B • Post, P du Ohlen; E W Kice, Hemey Oatman A Co, L Putney, LaOrosse; Wright A Payne, Madison; Ker. O Hall, Baralrao; L E Stone, Janesrllle; 1 u Morran Btanwn, WIs; H B Town A Bro, fUpom Yates A Porter ^Berlin; Edwin *oot, Stevens Point; E Walton, Oarv«i, Minn; Cheo Kronscop, Bertonvllle; Kennedy TlaU •KM Hntchlnson, u*b<osh; H H Wlmey, Columbus- J A Hall, Wateriown. - ' Steamer Otty of Clareland—S.^t M.S.JK. FOB Pazsoaa n rut CITT.—J H Warner A Warner A . Oo, W Lacy, T Delany, Uehen A . Adler, D Blake. Diamond B T, J Marks, Joseph ManUcke, Terry A CleWer, J H Sice, French Bro. C Knobelsd.rf, HF Craft. WD Bacon, French A Co, Candn, Dibble A O.. «iall A Frank, E Terry, Bolamon A Post. >^o» Psaaoxa a raa OocsmtT.—L a Cottrel), O*b- kosh; W Volkman, - Watertown; J D Herriman, Beaver Dam; N Leach, Oahkoshi A Peterson, Watertown; N Myrtck, Traverse dea filoux; OHM Peterson, Baclne; . Tbo* O Wells, B Fox A Son, Barilngton; Chapman t Thorpe, Kau Claire; AS Johnston, HsjHags; I tt Campbell, Bt Paul; B, King, do; Wm Bhlne, do; E Blall, Berlin; P White, Appleton; H J Upham, Weyawega; tum- m*ns A Son, Kenosha; B Qoeti A Son, Bariington; White A Marsh, Mankato; J B Bodgen, Oconomowoe W Dudley, Madison; K D Brown, 8t*Tens Point; Wright ' A Neweomb*, Beloit; Cooper A Owes, Dactforth; K L ; Bassett, Beaver Dam; W A Dewey, rond do Lac; JB • Wilson, Ean Claire N F Headstredln, Maoston; Oarret Warlock A Oo.La Oroase; Gin J K Brown, Yellow Med- lolae; C Brigg*, Kenosna. •Sy Prop- JSwyretu. Oity—OoMnyvaod U>n—0.J). Itouman, jigtnt. ton Faason nt TH* CJTT.—O Blgelow, Alklna, Steels A Volte, Bradley A Metcalf, J furlong, B P Oady, N • Brick. ' ' .TaaPju»o«BnrD ComimT.—8GBimp*on,8tPaul; " Gratunan t Co, Scandinavia; O Hoag, Minneapolis: ' HH Wood, -Pacinc; Oromhle, f : A Co, WhltewaUr, H Wheeloek; Ocxjnojnowoc; "Vheeloek A »D Hartford; ' Grant A Johnton, StPanl; JE Hide, Maieppa; WAP, Monroe; Swlnar t S, Clayton City; B A Lyford, Prea- cott; Carter A Oo, JBkader; L toOto, Cambria; M * * „ Barrow, Moflregor.' • MARINE RECORD. 18*59, ...Mmy 11. ' AHKIVED. tarn Wenena, Hoffe, Buffalo, 1961 - fltmrOl«Teland,Doagal, Grand Haven. iijWa** 1 Prop Michigan, Honklm, Of denjbnrg, 85 ton* mds, U J pa**. -^ • • ; v dand, Doogal, Grand HaTen, S t ndi,42 •nndrles. L _ _ . .„ ^ _ _, hre U ^^.j.Stmda, 40 bap no- beer,5.'*l» *andrie,,,tl>kg» eatelle, itetUn, llwo El»en, 10 bkU ,fl(mr, M bagido.SSdryhldea.tlgiwndo. i '- 7 s ttorOlw of acTBUnd, Squler. Sracd Baran, 8 tona '' - IropOntoiiagon, WllklSl'ooUlniTrowd, .88l*l*«oar, : UJbblj pork, obbi* ham*. ' ,- k «ehr trad Bill, RttgeraJd/Baffalo.mSW tat «h«t. *- ^ \ BULSfifE , iron tu* port tor Haaamrg, Holland, wWi an ajaortad •rgopf fanaWr, aosueim* past, week, . flh* tOttt I* ' • wttb nar, a*r article* -wklch any oV"cer, at Jalflwa«kee, at th* Olty bf y.aad toaerr* L •r^^-~—r~ - ^Tnr~. .i" "^»—~"k#*^|i" . jreotVer- tad Wyou faU to r n th* Hm»>afore*ald, tha i Ooort for toe rellaf denand- i-T Ui* Hon." Arthur MoArlhur, Judde of . _iOlreatt<loort for aaid County of Mll- ! waoke*. at Milwaukee, IhJi thlrty-Hrrt day ofMarck.1%9. m«yll-law6w . STATE OF WiBOONBDr, \ „ . ClrouBOonrt.Mnwauke«County j ^ < STATES MAatSHAt'S SJ»l,fei Jharlei W. WUlard, I/tquity. kvi.B, Marian Alton Hall, JUwta Palmer, Trartee, Joshua Hathaway, Byron W.Clark, Charles 8. Clark, Robert B. Bell, The Farmers' A Miller's Bank Henry U Palmer, iertnan Sehwarting and August Greullch, Assignees of toe People's Bankof Haertel, Greenleaf A Co-, Edward G. Tyler, Jabet H. Foster, Horace H. Hnnn and Jaaper K. Goodrich. I irtmnuance and by virtue of a decree made by the Dlcbict Court of the United State* for the District of Wisconsin, on the eighth day of April, j, n., 18(9, In the above entitled causa, I shall sell at Public Auction. U the United State* Marshal's Offlce, in the City of Milwaukee, on Thur*daj, the Slat day of July, 18S9, at S o'clock P. au, the following described property, to wit: The east one hundred (100) feet of lot* numbered icven (T) and eight (8) in block numbered twenty-five (25), in Sherman's Addition, in the Sixth Ward of the City of Milwaukee. Marshal's Office, MIlwaukee.Aprll 18, 1859. aprl a -lin2w3m M. J. THOMAS, 0. B. Marshal: UNITED STATES OTAatSHAL'S BAL.E atary Ann Adams, administra- trix of Frederick W. Adam*, deceased, vs. David ¥. Hall, Marlon Alton Hull, Edwin Palmer, Trustee, Michael Ooaghlln, Joshua Hathaway, Byron W. Clark; Charles B. Clark, Bobert B. Bell, In th« D. S. District Court for the D.strlc! of Wisconsin In Equity. me Farmer* A Millers Bank, Henry L. Palmer, Herman Schwartlnf and August Qreullcb, AatipiM* of the People's Bank of Haertel, Qnenleaf * Company, Edward G. Tyler, Jabei H. Foster, Horace H. Hnnn, Jasper K. Goodricb, and Andrlei Dumas and William J. Abrams. TH pursntnce and by rlrlne of a decree made by the J. District Court of th* United State* for th* District of Wisconsin, on the elghti day of April, 1850, in the abort entitled can»e,I shall s«ll at Public Auction at the United States Marshal's office Is ths> City of Milwaukee, on Wednesday, the teeth day of August, 1859, at three o'clock In the afternoon, the following described property, to wit: "Lot number [67 and the west fifty [601 feet of lots numbered seven m and eight [8], In Hock twenty-Ore e !S], In Sherman's Addition to tbe Sixth Ward of the Ity of Milwaukee." Marshal's Office, Milwaukee, Hay 7,185». M. J. THOMAS, U. 8. Marshal. A. 0. MAT, Compl'ts Solicitor. may8-lln2w3m CIRCUIT OODST, I County of Milwaukee. ( John A. Page, executor of the but will and testament if Becekiah H. Eeerf, deceased. Plaintiff, acainst Boel H. Camp, Charles W. Perkins, Alpha 0. May, Ernst F. Hertxberg, Frederick W. Bei Uberg, '."has. H. Kvnlen, William H. Lyon, Warren B. Lyon, Robert Shaw, Morris Sober, John Hone, Janes B. Brown, John Perkins, Mnlford Helmer, Linnaras 0. HU1, C. F. A. Hlnrlchs, Edward (Fillets, Josepb WU- leta, Salomon Jackson, John Bnrgvss, Robert 6. Dale, John B. Ooddard, Joseph 8. Hatting., Joseph 8. Bastings, Jr., Thomas A. Rees, William £,. PeUcey, James Pattee, John M. McFartane, William PoHlpa, Defendants. Ths Bute of Wisconsin, to the above named defendants OU axe hereby summoned and retired to answer . tb* complaint in this action, which U filed In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Ceurt tor the County of Milwaukee, at the Otty of Milwaukee, In said County, aad to serve a cony of your answer to tbe safal complaint on the smbacrlbers, a* their office. Mot. 8 and 4 Albany Building, In the aaid City of Milwaukee, within twenty days alter tbe service, excluilve of tht day of sncb service; and If you fail to answer the complaint within th* tunt tforeiald, the plaintiff will apply to the Court for the relief demanded la the complaint. Witness the Hon. ARTHUR MaAKTHDK, Judge of Circuit Court for said County o! Milwaukee, »t Mllwaoke*, lUi 15th day of April, 18». ) HOOKER A 8PABGENBERO. Plaintiff's Attorneys, mayt-law6w Milwaukee, Wisconsin. tOHWUOI fet In the Dntted States District Court for th* District of Wisconsin. InEqnlty. STATES MARSHAL.* Koswell S. Benedict, William A. Ball, Lewis 8. Benedict and Henry 0.8ontbwick, vs. . John R. Mitchell, Fhilana Mncheil, H. W. Mitchell, Thomjuon LltteU, O.K~iakcr, W. B. Thompson, W. H. Lyoe and H. Price. i K pursuance and by wlrtue of a dsrcree made by the Dtotrict Court af the United Bates for the District of Wisconsin on th* tenth daj of February, 1819, in tbe •bore entitled o*.use,-l shall cell M pokllc aectlon at the Unite* Btate* Marshal's Office, In tbe City of Milwaukee, in thl* District, «n Tuesday, the tenth day of Hmy, IBM, at 8 o'clock r. St., the following described property, or *o much thereof a* may be necessary to - - (aid decree,to wit: All thai certain piece or of land situate In tbe County of Portage and of Wisconsin, known and describtd a* follow*, to wit: Beginning at a point tea [10] rods east of the quarter (take on the wett fide, of section number fifteen (IB), in township number twesrty-three (M), north of range number eight (8) east: thence south along the centre of the highway fifteen (16) chains; thence north eJghty-itT (88) degree* east twelve (12) chain* an* fifty (CO) link*; thence north alzty-one (U) decrees ea*t sir (6) chains an* thirty (80) links-, thesjce north eighty-*** (85) degree* east twenty (SO) chain*; thence north twelve (IS) chains; thenc* da* weat on quarter line of aid section two hundred aad thirty (S30) rods to tht place ol beginning, containing *»Tiftty acre* he th* tame more or let*. Marshal's Office, Mllwamke., Harch lo, 1859. .„ » TA . M.J. THOMAS, D.B.Marah*l. O. A. * J. 0. bASCWUXHU, CofflB'al Solicitors. marM-Uwtt CIKODfT OOUET, I Milwaukee County, f Theodoslus Btrang, Junes B. Adrlaoce and Stephen B. Strug, against Jonathan MAgie, Alnlra J.Magle, JameiA.8waln, Frances l.gwain, The State Bank of We> BtunitoBt.—fee Belief. (Cons, not a«r.) Joseph M. Of d«, Peter T. Lane, WUKam B. €roUd and JohnOgden, State of Wlacoula, to In* aaove n**ne4 defeadunti: T OT/ areh*reby »njumon«d wnd teooiMd to aaawat the oornalalnt In ttl* aeUon, which wa* Blad la theofBo* of theMBerk of tk* Olrcult Court, County of Milwankee, at Milwaukee, on tba ttth day of Aprt, JOB, and to »erve a copy ef y.bur awwar to ttMsatd complaint on tt* nb*crlber, atbl* oBee, In tke cl»j oT Milwaukee, within ninety day* arUr the service of thlKommani on you, e«du*l«e o* tba day -of aucH wrrke; and If JOB fall to aniwer tke.aal. eomttelat within the time aforeiald, the plalatiBs la this action will apply to taa Oemtt (ot tke ttiHI Htmntti latka WUnes. the Hon. ABl'HirB McABTBDE, Juoge jaf ' • tbe -Olroolt Court for aaid Oopnlr of Mllwaukea, at Mllwaokee,tli.l4thdayofA.,H! ' aprSO-lawew Atdr«ihA Oonnty. > H.nr >. OQpln, •gainst JfoUnXrWton, flaaualisMsion, WlUianitt.'W*«itsa AomuA.«arl*aj ftate o Wee*: »a taj* ajkow naaae, • Hmttnvnti th«e<«n»JalDlU>tWaacU(m,whlca . the tvOca ofthe Olvrk of Via OlroUt Coart, Ooamtrof •raokaabat *t Wauktsi'ia, po tite t*at^4Ui«4ay ol t«Mtr day* out tte wrtie. of tu* *om. •NOTK3E? ">->' i '•< , CmrOoitmoiMMOmo*! Cwlraet Departiiwnt, Hay 6, 1S». ( rraft Mtofrin*; dajeriaed tot* ,to Uu> «lt Tfarf of th* of Ullwankee, 1>7 molnUoa of the Common »4opUd Km 8, 1S», wan deelarad pabUo n«l««»rtf *•? ~**"n Tif stagnant watar and flltb there- oB.aBae«J4aii»aace»J ordered to tw abated, Tits iioto 14, IS, IS and ML alack SB; Jo* l^aod 16, Week R, In •brraua'j AddUtlWto tbiWWart; lots 4V8, 6, 4, I awl 8, block, a* lot* 8,8.1, «, ii^S, block SS; 55li«jlK».i*,1i;iO, 7, V». •*.»"*•. »*x*T»; lot*, .id VMo«k4*U>t»U,la.», lout,*, Mi U, IMS, 14.1* art 16, »•»« •,•*><*«; loto ,, Owatwt and af«at* of **ore d**crib*d loU an kere- wincafuathaaauato be floe* and chargedto U>« re- tpeeUreloti, teeordta^ OurOoMTRaiim'i Omci, 1 Oontrmct Department, MUw»ake«,M»j 10,1859. f d B ALSO propouli will b* received at this- office, until n Monday, M»y 18th, •* 10 o'clock A. X., for .Ihe re- pahWof a»ch plank sidewalks In the 9th Ward, asmayb«BeCe*«aijYl>7takliJF np and relaying oW plank Mid forntahlnj new plank where required, and ibo for eleanl»a'ttia*14«walk»aii4 gutter*. . Separate proponli wlllKe reeelredat th,e same time and place, torconetratttagaew.jaankiJdewalkt.on fend«a la» avenues, wher* owner* have tolled to comply with the order of ike Common Couiicll made In the year ISM. i " B. L'H. eiiblNBR, _~ /•'."•' '';' Oo»ptrolto..L OrtrOournoiui'i Omoc, l Contract Department, Milwaukee, May 10,1869. f Board of OoBBcOort'by reiolatlon of June'21. 18BS, concurred In by the Board ef Alderman, Jne 23, '63, ordered that »lr4 at., In the 6th Ward, from North street, to the nartB line 'o> tee, IT. be graded aad gravelled, the sidewalk* curbed and planked and •ton*-gottenconstructed according to plan and specification of Utj> Inglneer, on We in the City Uompirol. kr 1 * Office. ' • - - • Ownere of property oa nid Third itreet- who hire failed to comply with the abore • enter are hereby notl- Ce4 to make Bach ImproytnienU within foarteen day! from ihli date, or tba Street Commissioners wiUcaaae the same to b« don* and charged to the respective lots, according to law, maylO E. L'H. QABDIKKH, OomptoUer. CITT Oonrraouaa'a Ornos, i CoElract Department, Mllwankee, May 10,1859. [ On Petition o/Property Svldert. C) EALED proposals will be received at this office, until 13 May 14th, 1859, at 10 A. M, for opealng, cleaning) repairing and closing a sewer running in front ol bloci lot), Mllwankee it. and a sewer cunning through block 16, In the 3rd Ward of the City of Mllwankee. Bids muit state price per llnlal foot for cleaning, and price per llnlal foot for repairing,- with old and new mat- rial. Parties must bid for eaub sewer seperately. maylO-dtt E. L'H. OABDINJCB, Comptroller. Om roaraoLua'a Omca, l Contract Department, til wankee, May 9, '69. | S EALED proposal* will be received at thli offlce, until Thursday, the ttth day • r insU, 1869, at 11 o'clock, tor furotshtng plank and ualls, and constructing crosswalks In tbe Seventh Ward at such plsce and time as tht commissioners U said ward may direct.— Tbe bid* to be made a* follow : Price per foot tor 3 Inch pine plank; 2 Inch pine plank; price for laying same, and furnishing nails ana spikes. 8eperate proposal* will be received at the sam* time for furnishing cobble stone and paving gutter.* on crossings In sale ward as may be directed by the Commissioner of said wanl majlO E. L'H. OA &DINEB, Comptroller. NOTICE Cm ComTBoLita's Om^a, | Contract Department, Mil»«.u)tee, May 6,1&59. f T HE following described lois ud part of lots In the 8th Ward, of the Citjr of Milwaukee, by resolntlan of the OoKimon Ooancll, adopted May 8,1859, were de* lared public nulsa&ces by reason of stagnant water and filth thereon, and seJd nuisances ordered to be obated, vli: Lots 8,1 and 6, block 68, lot I, b oci 113 and alley in rear of south half of same: lots 11, II, 10, 9 and 8, In alock 120; lota &, C, 7 and &, block 122; lot* seuth ,S of 0, t, 8 and B, block 123; lot 9 block 118, north ji lots 10 and 12, block 82. Ownen, occupants and agents of abore described property are hereby notifle<l to abate aaid nuisances within ten dad from the date of thli notice, ortha 81 Commissioners of said Bth Wnrd will cans* the same to be done and charged to the reapertlve lots and part of lots according to law. mayd-dCt E. L'U. GARDINER, Comptroller. NOTICE: CITT O 'STPTaoLLsa^ Orno*, I Contract Department, Milwaukee, Us.j 6, 1859. f • OB foUovtng described luis and part of lots located I tn tbe Third Ward of the OU; of Milwaukee, bi re- sohitloBof the Common Oouncll adopted, May 3,1819 were declared poblle nalsacces b/ reason of stagnanl water and filth thereon, and said enhances ordered to be abated, rlt: Lot 6, block 7; lota 1,2, 8, 8, 9 and 11, block 41; lots 1,2, 8 and 4, block 166; lot », black 40; lots 1, 2, 3, 4, I, 8 and t. Mock 164; lots 1.1, S, 4, 6, 6, lu aud 11, block U; lot* 1, 2, 8 and 4; block 42, lots 1, S, T, &, 9 10 and 12. block 45; lots 1, 2, 8, 4, 6 and ft, block 81; lots 1, 2,8, 4, 6,10 and 12, bloek 44; lots 1 and t, block 80; lot* 8,4 and 6, block ft; lot 18, bloek 86; lots 8, 4 and 6, block 17: lots 6 and 7, block 87; lots 1, U and N % ol 8, block £»-, tola 1 aad 19, block St, North X of 8 11 and 12, block 16; lot 3, block IS; lots 2, 4 and 11, block 43. Owner* occupar.ts and ageno of the sbov« described property are hereby nottfled to abate said nuisances within thirty days from the pubhcatlon of this noUce, or the Etn t-i Oommlssioners of said Third Ward, vlil canse said nuisance* to be abated and charged to tht re*|>ectlyeIwis sod part of lots.according to lav. msr6-d6l E. L'H. 4ABDINBO, Oomptrollrr, NOTICE. CITT COMfTsoLLEB'B Otn v I Contract Department, UUwaokee, May 0. IsMl. ( T BE Oipinmon Conncll by resolatlon adopted May J 1819, granted the reqaeM of the petitioners.— Owners of property sltaateu tn block ZS, fllxth Ward of the Oltj of slllwaakee, for the construction of a sewer through alley In Bald block K. and ordered that a sewer be constructed In ace ardanec with tbe plan and specifications «f the City Engineer, on tie in this office. Owners of property on said alley are hereby notified to construct soch sewer within' twenty days from U>ls date, or the Street Commissioner* of the Mxth Ward will cause the same to be (tone and charged to the re* sbectlTe lots, according to law. ERNST EEBZEK, OHABi-BUSAOK, may6-d6l Councillors and Btr, et Commissioners. Girt CoxrraOL&La's Orncx, I Contract Department, alar 7,1S&9. ( ^EALED proposals will be reeelred at this office until 19 trlday, May 13, 1839, at 10 A, M., or grading to the established grade, Jsffcrsol'street, from Detroit street to Chicago st., 3d Ward; also for planking, curb- Ing and relaying plank sldeT»lfcs; the same ha ring been ordered by the Board of Councillors, June 80 185*, and concurred In by the Board of Alderman July 12,1858. mayS-dtt E L'H. GAJLDINE&, Comptroller. Cm Com-raouju's Orncs, I Contract Department, Hay 7,1&59. ( tJ BALED proposals'will be received s.t this office until (3 Thnrsdsy, May IS, 1*59, at 10 o'clock a. m., for grading to the established grade, Milwaukee streets »nc ilaewalks from Delralt street to Chicago street In th 3d Ward; alro for planldag, corblng and relaying the sidewalk*; laid work baring been ordered by the Bosrc of Conncllon, June 12,1858, aad concurred In by the Board of AM roan, June 14,18S9. mayT-dtt fc. L'H. »A8ulME«t, Oomptroller. Crrr ComvaoLLu'e Omca, I Contract Department, Mil., May 11,1899. f S EAAED pro].! ~«Js will be racelTed at this office until Saturday, May 14th, Hi.*., for constructing a sewer through Uhlcago street, In toe Third Ward, in front of East X of lot 7, block 45, and half of tbe crossing of alley In said block, tbe shore work having been ordered by the Board of Councilors, July 22d, ISSj and concurred In by the Board of Aldermen, July 81st, 189S ; said work to be done In accordance with Engl net r s e*tlmate on file In (his office. mayll-dtt a. L'H. GARDINER,Oomptroller. Cm Coju-noLua'* Orncx, I Contract Department, MIL, May 11,1859. ( S BALED proposals will be received at this office until Tuesday, 17lh day of Max, at 11 i. »., tar grading th* .unfinished portions of 2nd st, and ildewalks, from Cherry it., to North line of Sherman's addition, 6th aTard, to the established grade; also gravel said atreet, corb and plank atdewaUs, anil construct stone gotten; aaid work having been ordered by the Board or Aldermen, July 20th, 1851, concurred In by tse Board of Councilors, Aug. 2d, ISM. msyll-dtt E. L'H. OABDINBR, Comptroller. CITT CoHRaoLLKa'a Omca, i Contract Department, Mil., May 11,185». j CI EALED proposals will be repaired at' this office i D ta Saturday, May 14th, 1669, at 3 p. n., for grading the onlolshed portion of.th* alleys through blocks 42, 43 and 46, In the Third Ward, to tbe established grade, according to th* estimate, of tbe Olty Engineer, on file In the Ooraptrotier's office, the above wark hawing bean ordered by the Beard of Councilors Jane 12,1858, andconcurred in b/ tbe Board of Aldermen, June 14, BtayU-dtt E. L'H. 9ABDIKEg, Comptroller. ' OITT Cotmaoivn'* Orncs, J OoDtraet Otpartment, MIL, Hsf 11,14*. f jj) EALBD proposals will be received at tkls offlce an- D ta Tueadaj, May IT, 18W at 10 A. •. (or aradtog tb* nnfiBi*h*4 portion* of Sherman street, In the With Ward, (TWO third Itrati to sla*t line orBhtrman'* a4- 41Uo» to tae e*tahUsh«4 grade; aaid work having been ord Ted BT tb* Board of CeancUon, fane 21,18D8, and coacusraalo hy the Board of Aldermea Jaoe 2s, If Bimyll-dtt st VU. CABDIMEU. Complroller O»»io» o» ra» LACaaew A MawADKai ft. K. Oo_ i MUwiolree, April 81,185*. f that a meeting of tbe Btock- y, for tbe choice of a Board -g-jf, win ba held on the last •belt* to* «to day of May best, ac tba s aa«a.Vd»t *a>WARD B. WHAUM6, fte'r NOTICE f § Jtlf!.* b/ * T *P» «°»*»'P*"U<"» •Jan** ay'ten JLtoloen, nriaentaef (he First Ward, of tht, u », at JCUraukee, having baen preseuted to ih« Common Council, aettlng forth th. necfMlly of taking cerujn land* in *aU petition menUoned'ahd de*erlbed for the . .B-aamnt-Mreat, •ighty fast wide In laid ward, that an application will be made to the Judge of the Circuit Court of MUwaakee OoBDlir, OB "ilday, the 10th d»y of Jon* next, for the appointment of twelve Juror* to Tiew said premises •addeUrmlnaaito then«ee*slty of taklngth*aam*fo» thcawpoae* In MM petWen **t fprttT^ The dascrlptlon of land* proposed to be taken for tha aforcaatd litiproTaaaent art a* tftllaws, to wit t. i A fart of Jatnambar twelr* (12}, in Mock one ban* dr«dand'nla*ty4U {lM],ln. JMgtr'a AddlUoa, }• th* rtrtt Ward, of th* Oily «f; Milwaukee, afonaaloVaail •tacrlbad a* (ollow*, to wH:, Jtglnning at a point oa th* wert line of uld lot twel»*Z£l»fe«t *»uiiof th* north wist coraer of aaid lot twelTe; thenW eaat on a Ha* parallel to U* north line o/ lot twdre, 31114-100 feet to * point on th* west lib* of ftanklln»tr*et, tntwit'liM of laid 4ot twelie), 2 2-10 fe*t pprth**Meorn«rof saldlottwelTe; Uame* at.Hthon«*.rUl»of*aldIotl2,80reet;Ui«ncewe*ton aUM>*ralUl to tb* northllMof Ioll2,»m»-l«0 SttttotiiW.it line irwUdlottwdre; theVac* north 80 of befteaing, 00BralningSi^»li.U B fi MO V ED! oaUoftMtfiK>uee,aruun - T't-*v -- m » •• i - , -.r wMami&aUiliDraBesi«a l wltB.*4RB* l 9ere<nanle*and •^or.ai* r*itir*jtsfin<Tj^_grpllla. > ; jgfraagC*sal>Cisf«sT >fc; JFtPCsst \ • <M*«J^i>'^yfo*'"f«^**°*°««««'<>na..u>d a Manual DrDeery.i ; "f f >/".! V I WTA'W.i r«aaoTt4 traaa ftatr ott ttand to Juaean **«»ball»naWioau »or*al«*t i - ' | .aytlT-di •J»**Is>aa>*»irts>as* ,<' l*Jss,V;;i.?4CrifT« T^*^ ^IL*"** • tO* '•'^, i ' ' i - I . " ' ' : ' JE«* >^ "* ^ . ,"~ ? » •** . ~* \ ~* *^*- '*** '^V* "^ ^^'*^"«-" -^ i » "^ •* t V frsi'^ • _ i fvirviy;^,; [ v i'U IJX DRY GOODS, AO^ MISCELLANEOUS. Bargains JB Dry fioo,7t THA. IMMEttBs: SXOOK Of , l t I !—AT- 1V«>. i 187 E- U Water Street, , MOST BK CLOHID OUT , |BY THE ASSIGNKK. Great Bargains maj be aprlT-dtf JOSEPH OAHY, Assignee. NEW SPRING AND SUMMER DRT GOODS! 178 East Water St. 178 MlLWAUKEr WISCONSIN, I S NOW receiving one of the largest and best selected Stocks 'of Goods ever brought to this roarirl, to which Will be added, from time to time, during tbe seasons. Latest Novelties 1 Oar krriDgemetiU Emit are »uch Ch&tV4>r<aft BO (XiHPiTtTiQJf* M we h*\vc ft buyer constkady lu the mtrfcvt. VTe ftfe determloej to gtre our cm torn en THE LABQE8T AMOUNT OF OOUDS — ran mi — DRESS AHIOCJNT Ol-' OUR UEPAUTMENT IN oim While Goods & Liuen Department Will be found Irish Linens, Linen Damasks Napkins Table Cloths, Clash, Povke*, Cambrics, Jac.xnetls Counterpanes, Embroideries, Furnj.hmt; Oottds. Ac. IN THK CLOTH DEPARTMENT Is a full stock of French and German Clorhs, Cassl- meres, Testings, CottonAtles, Denim,, Rammer Staffs. Jeans, ic. IN OUlt WhawlH and .Ylanlilla RUOIII We have a fine assortment of Bruchs LOD^ an.l ^aar^, Hllk, gtella. Pslr Fancy border, C uhmerr, Orapr Shawls, Clolh Dusters, Lacr an.1 Suk SUnnllss 333 We have al^o a full assortment of Hosiery. Glovei, Yimket' Notion'', Plil-llTS, HOOF NKIIfTS. Ac . Ac. OUR JOBBING DEPARTMENT IS t7B<79CAJ-i.Y FXU. U» A.U. IIWDy OF DRY GOODS AND YANKEE NOTIONS, Which we tvre offcriCaJ lo Mcrch.vnUj C HJAP FOK (JASH. J . I. . U A V I S , aprlf 17* Ea>t|Wat;r strret, Uilwiukcr R. A. GRKAT AND FINt: ART GAl-LKHY, 171 Ba*t Water Street. H A VI ICO • ecu red th« .UBlslaiice of the oldest a»Dd mOft exper1.ioced op^r&tar in th* Weft. M. U»v- Icen**, (whose iktll ID hii drpmrimeni Is veil known lo many of the citixeu of Mllwaakee,) I *un DOW prepared to offer to the public eTery de.ur.vbt.? tttyle of Pictures tcooTD to the commanitj at lowtrr rate*. aoU ei ecu ted In a better manner than can be don? io any oib/r r»> U»>Hihnis»pt In the West, oi*i7F*jRD*£ DAGUERRKAN GALLERY, 1T1 Ci4t WaKr •tre'-u formertj known aj i^*fley'i liooml. marl^ i'»iledSlalf*iTl.<k F.In*.Co. CAPITAL 1100,000 00 HO1PUJ8 S9.«5S OU Omce, aod«r UlUIhell'l Bank, corner o( East Water and Michigan streets,. s : I] K. niasnroas : i, A. Uelfensteln, K. BaudersuD, Moses Rneeland, g. 8. Daggett, Samuel Bale, O. D. Koasman, ( H. L. Palmer, EUwln Towruend, Bulomoo Akiler. J. A. UKUrKNBTElN, President. O. D. DOU8MAN. Vice President. W. T. PALMER, General Agent. 8. O. W*»T,Becretary. 8. 8- Dieorrr, Treasurer. H. L. Palim, Attorney. taarlo G. SOUTHWELL, JK, Carpenter, Joiner aud Contractor. CORNER BIDbLi: AND MILWAUKEE BTREETB. K ETTJRNB his thanks for the patronage he has re celtcd for the past elfht rears, and would Inform any wishing to ImproT* the present state of the market, that he 19 oa hand to attend to all work In his line, inco ts the erection of DWELLING HOUSES, WAREHOUSES, &O.' either Wood or Brick, lo first class style, and at prices to cult the tlmef; he has, also, a good assortment of thoroughly seasoned lumber and other facilities whlcO will enable him to give sntlrs satisfaction to those wishing hi* service*. |y Jobbing and Repairs done with despatch, nhls) REMOVAL W. F. BAYLEV. Bu removed to bis old stand, MO. l<88 EA8TJ WATEU STBEKT, (OfpotittJ. N. Bonat*ePt fry Ooodt Store,) And baring mad* inch additions to his facilities Tor executing) FINE .PORTRAITS!' A* to enab'e him to say to tbe public with confidence that he K now prepared to furnlih them with every desirable «tyl* °f Picture known to the community, and afrach Jtstoondlng Low Prices aa to4efy competition ; for example, Daguerrolype* tor 13* FUJLL SIZE PHOTOGRAPHS For only f l.TOthe first one, and COe for the Duplicate* nELAINEOTYPES, AJHBBOGRAPH8 Aidln^act every other style of Picture, at oorres- ; ponding low price*. UKPEajUsL PHOTOGRAPHS, Colored la either Oil or Water Colon, and flBtihed In j thehlfhest style of the Art.) A aaw aod popular style of Picture, Colored In Oil, which fat eieel* In Accur»cj, Boldneit and Beauty of ttnlah.any other Ploture e«r offered to the Public The** Picture* hare only to be seen to be admired, u..*T f* *&"»" <* '"Nr money ara reipeetfnlly lolleUait to call and -eiamln* Bpwlmerss at the Old *P*"*sV th«0di ttaorw«f W,!f.*W I.O.Q.F. ee, Ofic* In < kid VeDowchlp, with numerous •y Aaron B-Orosh. Btation T . . . .,,. ... , IWlowi Tajrt Book, an eluoldaUon'of the Odd I aUowahli*, embraejng a detail «r tb* ifl all Hi branebet, with.f arms. Ceremonies 'and with Maalo for Important oeuilon*, and a Manual 1859. iBEW AHB FAVOEITE ROUTE •KTWJUX ItTl AST DETROIT & MILWAUKEE R, R ' (Now opened to Lake Michigan., ***> • St^fl Low-Prctturt fint-ClaM Steamers, of Cleveland." & "Cleveland," (Thoroughly refitted for this route.) O N AMD APTKK MONDAY, April 11, 1859, Passenger Trains will run as follows: OOINO WEST: alall. F. H. 8up..Br1d{c, dep. 9:20 A. M. •Detroit, depart.. 7:00 FentonvlUe, arrive 4:80 •Oswego, arrive.. 10:50 r. u. St. Ji.hns, arrive. 12:10 Grand Rapids, arr. 8:0o •virand Haven, an. 4:40 A. M. Mllwankee, arrive. -: 0 •Refreshments. Night ftllxcd. Accom. EjEprtics. P M. 1. H. i M. 4.-20 10:-iu 1 «. P. H. P. H 1 80 iJ15 V 7:40 9:8ft A. M. B^O P. M. 4:4A 7:8U MEDICA.L. AVER'S CHEERY PECTORAL, FOR THE RAPID CUBJB OF Colds, Coughs, and Hoarseness. P. U. 1-2:18 (JOINCI KAS'l : Hall N.,,'1,1 f xpr's Mtie-1 Expr'a. P. M. M. J1:OO .... U.O" A M. t. «. P U UUwaukee, depart *0rand Raven, dep. Grand Rapids, arr. St. Johns, arrive... Ovrosso, arrive. ... Fcntonvllle, arrive •Detroit, arrive.. . Sas. Bridge, arrive Uoat will leave Milwaukee ou S-.i'.unUji .11 t for Saturday Nlfht'f Kiprtrs.i pa-sen^.-r, w •• n tra L n irlli N <T lenve ^n !fui)<laj4 Trains leave termini Jally. Mun,|:iy . n.-i-pl T1JK TKLEGHAP1I LINE Is uo« ii|xn f..r 1 700 9-40 P M. 4:0i) 6:20 9'M P. M 12:14 P. M. 9:5.'. A- M. S:«o »-Si 11 -'(I p. si. •t:\!> 4.S4) A. M 4:01} 3:41 frtUi f M Fu-»l .H tram !• -Jilwaukef A. LO but On,- VrMiAL'pun-iit. PKF.SX," «•.;.' I.,- L.r.ar :, U fc Mil. Railroad. W E, the underfl^n<?d, having be^n appointed aK^nta for the collectioo and delivery of freight for this comptvoj, beg to Inform merchants %ml otheis that A.D Offlce (No. 8 Wisconsin street,) opened on the Ut of April, where order* can be left, an-1 will receive prompt attention. Uur authorized collectors will receipt ^oo.js at tbe warehouses of shippers. Information rtapt-cuntr Freight uaniportatioD on this line can oe had by application at the offlce of Mr. A. FKEW, Agent. ILtfuNDRIK A CO. Ullwaakee, March SO, 1S59. »prl CHANQE OF TJMK- O N and after Monday, April 4th, trains on the Mil waukee, Watertown A Uaraboo Valley Bailroail, Will arrive In Milwaukee at 11:33 i. M., and depart at 4.-20 F. M. i arp3-dif . 8.3. MKUR1LL. 3up't. FAKE REUUCEL) 1 BT TUB NEW YORK & ERIE RAILROAD! T HE Fare between Dunkirk and N*w York by the New York a Erie Railroad, wl I be (7,60 until tar- ther notice. •aprlo J. H. CRAWFORD, Agent, NOTICE. OFFICE OF DI8HOP A CO., MOKHAUKRS, 1 I» Possissioa or Uii_ * Cmcioo K. R., \ Milwaukee, April 9,1S39. ) f\N aad after April 9th, 1869, and until further uo- V/ Uce, no person Is authorized to makqjsurchucs,. or contract formaterlals for the Milwaukee TJW Ohlca- (!« Railroad without a written order fr.om the undersigned. Bill* will be paid monthly and accounts will Jot b« Continued with any concent that nrgfecta to render monthly bill*. ' O. B. HALL, fleo'l Agt. Mortgagees. , aprU Jj.T. MOOPy, Ufaster of Transportation. Washing Compounet. 1100- FAMILIES KQW USING IT. '- BOOKMINSTBR would respectfullj announce to .—J.» the.people of Mllwaakee and Wisconsin; that he no* offers for sale, a preparation known aa ! s»t!CK]ttINISTEU'S \~WJ ! COMPOUND. , Thl4 article will b« found to be the b«st Compound •ver offered to (be public, and warranted not to injure We fabric In the least. By Its liae, famlllc* marbave pa* half the so»p«and labor now employed. [The following Ladle* have tested my preparation aa I — nouace It the best in nie: -In. PrraaTcw, Jefferson aiteet. ;«ra. H. Ccoqci* and Mrs. U. B.Rnn, Tta-a street. •*>» _.- u ^ A i ooulj Drnx g^n, txtA al M .j, welv <, on hand, Uc- CONNEI!T10N8. AT UETKOIT-OUKAT WKSTtRN RAILWAY fur all points E«.t- SIU'IIP. AN Cf.Mrt Ai, *!,,] MICHIGAN SOUTHERN llAII.Rn %!>!', an.l CLEVK LAND Llnr ul Slrara.T, AT «;U\M) UAVl:> -Hi'h ' HCR..N " Steamer fur CH1UAOO, *c , ic AT .Till.WAritKfr -»' th t: - <.M-.-.I.«.iM'PI, LA CRO83IT. UlllCAflo, WATKRr»«N »i..l Hum CON RAILROAD! 1 , for an imp.,rt*. i [.,. i.i.i Wf.1 iuu Nortliwest, and ou iln« vi.pjii Ulvrr »:i i -.Ml -«!.-AIU^'. fur Hurt. ..n L»ir Michlmu. Pisseni;eri r..r Gre»t W-slcru Ra,lw«r *'• ••'< l!i' Rul way Fsam !-Tii»««, 11 u 1 M K ;>•,.<, -i. ,./ Dock .t ii:i<4) A M , I.« t F M , »n.l T ui r M N1UUT TRAIN;! on itic U ».K Law SI.Kfl'INu CAM atlachnl PARCF.LJ l.tt »l M,y u( ( |,« TICKET u, »|i-» ir- frtrwaril^-1 l,y f'*Asaj<»s« TKAKf. »T Vinv M.l.kn ITS RlTtv U . K. VII IK. ,, rn i ..,;/• WUITHIJ i F...B.B. Ti.-Urt \<rni. £!» K«.i ffiirr si WM GictHtM, Freight Ajffnl M COU.I.^IIV'H it ,.'k H O \V !!>..», I,r,.rr4: \N,.|,r.. 4i .,, t D 1 M R. 0:ti..». \.-r.l, .<.*• »,„.I HIE \<>iM III:K\ TRANSPORTATION COMPANY Wilt, tluilni; !!••• j.r- s.-i:t :»-a--.n. run •(,. r •<•!. -.n.^wii %inl }» puj .r l-.inr .j i U i i 1, i\. AM> TH I I 1'IM K 1. \ Kl N ! UsWekTi', »U'i Cfii'" i(.*", M .< * »i*<i. m»: I D Let me ..*'! ortj, v-» -itif'tin.* tt ' >., 1 -rmt-.' .-'..« i • • :..- tiGUKN.-flil- K*i U 1 \ MlMtjNT CK'. r :-; * I K \ . : R • 1 1> UOLTK, U^tarrrn U.T.1 -'.»!.u r. I.. il..-..n^T :.. i.. ''I. chrttrr. .Nav.hu*. I -.» '• ••-,.» . v\ . ,• r ».i •Rurty Klrtl CU-a C«.,-». b 4t^ :, , - ,« r i >..-», 4>M \* *'C»- I ro ) , VI ba u > A \ r \\ \ >• r k . A'A'U" )'oA'A .1 \I* A A/A ;. .1 , Lu "A /', AnJ fi-rmii^ \ T W-,. s I y K i.!r ,* i i.. f ^ -.* ( +- Dm. J. 0. Arui: I do not hMltmta to .my th» b«it remedy I hftTa OTM (bond tbr Oonghg. HotrBKMWt TLxflaania, and tbn coneomltant tymptovu of ft Cold, la yemr OmHET PitntnuL. lu eon.rt.UBt am ID my pnctlo* and my fiunfly for tha lant tea yean ha* «howq tt to pomoa «up*> rtor rlrtaw for tha traatiaaot of theaw complaint!. EBEN KNIQBT, BA. D. A.B. MORTLB7. HL»Q>.af HTIOA, N. T., wrlto* : u 1 hAT« OMd yoar ftctont mywlf and In my flunfly «T«r itnc4 you inrented It, and Milan tt th* b«t medlclna for 1U purpoaa arar put oat. With a bad oold' I thaaid iooaer i pay twtaty-flT8 dollar* for a bottla than do without It, ,»r ' Caka any other mnady." Croap, Whooping Coaffb. Influenza. • SpKcronzLik, Mrm., fob. 7, ISA*. BftoVHXE AnB: I wfil thaerrally certify yntir F^ctoroi la tha bart remedy wa poaiau tbr tha cnra at whooping oongh, eronp. and the chert dliiiajim or ehllitrmi. w* •>{ four ftratarnlty In tha Bonth appradat« y«nr flkllt, ud •anunand four madiclna to onr paople. HIKAM COXKLIN, M. D. AMOS LEE, Kaq., Motrtimrr, L*_, writes. Id J»nv, MM . M I had a tadiona loflnensa, which conflnml IDA tn doora ' fix weelu; took many medlcinec without relief, finally trtod roar Ftctarol by tha advice at oar clergyman. Tha ' ftnt does relleTed tha •oraneaa in my throai and lunga ; taM than ona half the boUl* m&a» a*, completely wMl. Toor medicine* ara tha cheap*Kt u »«ii u the befrt «« eanv bay, and we aeteem yo«. Doctor aod yoar ram«dJi«a, aa tha poor man'i friend. 4 Ajthnui or Phthisic, and Bronchitis. ' WIST MA^cHsOmm, Pi^ f«b. 4, MM Bn: Toor Cfierry PK±ond \n p«rfonnlDc m*r^Hll<-ut. •area In thia aoctlon. It naa rall«ved Mr****? nmm »hmn ing aymptoma of coaaan>ptlqn t aad la oow coring a- rum> who ha.f labored under an affection of tha langf. for ih,< Uwt forty yean. HENRY L. PARKS, Ufrrhu.' A. A. RAM3RT, M. D, ALBIO>, Umr.ua Co., h>w, write*, Rapt, fl, 1S&5 : " Daring my pr»cticaof many -«nr-» 1 hare found nothing eqaal to yoa.r Olarry ptator-ii f<*r .flTing eaae and rallaf to conanmptlT* padanta, or -nrlnu vmch U ara rurmbl*." ffa might add rolnmaa of *Tlatanaa>. but tha Boat ODD- rtnclnc proof of tbe rtrtaaa of thia raznady la (boad ba Iti alshata upon trial CoQaomptioa. rVobahly no ona remady haa «v«r t»t»*in Icnowii wbroA mr«d an many and tmcti danproa* c*aee u chfa oa hamao &i<4 <*»n rvach \ bnt «v«n to thoaa tbo ! f+ataral aJTonla relief and aomfbrt. AirroB Hocsm, Nrw Toax OITT. Uau-rfi 4, 1 Docroa Arzm, UOWKLL: I fuel It a olnty avnd a i to Inform you what y*mr Cfierry PtOtonti hae ion* for my wtfiv She hatd been flvo months, laboring andxr thn dmn- gorotu cymptoma of Cananmptlon, from whtrti no s>Jd w« could precnr* <»»* bermoch relief. 8h« »M ttimtU\j fail- Ind;, ontfl I>r. Strong, of thia dty, when «« ha^* «^mn ib* advice, rnctimmeodwi a trial of yoar medicine W* MUD* bta kindneaa, u «*> do yoar .kill; fnr ibe ha* rt*^. »..r*.t from that day Sh* la oot y«t *v< itn>aj- *• ih.* <JB»J ^j b*» bat la (TWA from her magh, and ealla bemnjf w«n. Youn with jfT»tltud» avod rvtrsrrl, ORLANDO 3HKLBY. or SH.TUITTHXJ rbnxwmp.it**, do oot dwpolr Ull yon ha*« trl»xl ATIB'1 CHXUIT PICTOB^L. It U made by oot> of lh» b*««t cn««dlraJ ehemiaTta tn tbe world, and tti f-t,r»m til around Q* t tba blffh merltj of Its r1rtn«*i — , Ayer's Cathartic Pills. T HK av1*rjcr« of Chemlfftry and UMletni ^»»« '-~~<n Laj»Hl thoir atmo«t to produc* ihli b***>t, ro- *t ^r't^-i par^atlv* wbteh lx known to m*n Innam*r«hlH pn->(* • au« ihnwn that th«*e FILM hav« rlrtaM vbtch tnrpjw*" c .ncellenc* tb* oniinfiry mtMllclnaa, and that th«y ^1a in precedantodly apoo the avteeni of all men. Thny ire *wlV and pleiajuint to t»k«, bat powarfut to cam Th^lr pri- tr»ting prop**rtif»4 iiclinalate tb« rttal a^UTlOe^of th* ". -iv. 1 r«noT«i th* obatrtjctionai of Ita or^mn*, porlfy th*» jn>-l. ', tod aipel disease. Tb*»y parje oat Lhn thaj b umnri which breed and frov di»t*nnp«r, itlmaiata ilnarjclah -r ii-u-r ( dared orjnnf Into their aatarai turtlon, and Impari b*«Jth v U*ne with •trnajrtb to tha wbnl*> ryrtxm. N--( >n, i In th»T cur« th« tTBry-day cnroplalnt* >f »T*iry S>dT. *iqt aiio formidable and djangerooi llnnaanai that ha** N»(H~1 the beat of homao fklil, WTille th«*y prodno* ^-w-r-n; ar»> at the tmm* time. In dimlnUhoJ Itaiwai, ia« t aod b*t*t physic that can bn «mploy«l for cftlJ-tn-ti r -coated, th**y ar« plna-mnT to take, aad t>*inx purely »»^»«table, »r» frtje fr*>m any rl»k of bjarrn Cnr-in h»Tn t>«**4n made which inrpaM b«llef w«r« lh«y nut *>jr>- itAntlated by mno of iarh szalted pnclOan an<i -h*riu-t"r a«f tn fhrbld lh« •nvplclcn of nncrath MAIIT amjn^ni ci*rKjmen and physician* h«»« l»«nt thHr aam*>« '-i< ~*mfj bo lh*» public ih« rcb&bibty <*f oiy r«m*Kilea, wdiU >Lhrn hava wot roo tba aaaonivACii L>f th«tr -onTlra.'n :b»t ni T ' \ AGE Au.l i»r.,ni(.'l/ r.»rw«r.l--.] fr.au I>\iiik...-K Al'i'i.^ 1 t >. J Mraav^ Apr.it NTT . 17 7 n-'.*-i » . v \ . * Y .', J i.. Wijisi ki. AK-TI'. N 1' t." •(-,--•.-.-,_ s , Y-.rk. CHAN f. TiPPAS, i.TTlrr littl -VO-! ( !..•-.;...; ., P', 14 UovftT <t CJLA if FOitD, i>»**-k;c N V ri D, C-aLD-r-CLX, AKCDI, OuDktrt, N Y JOBS H^tiisti. Acr/nt N T t... . 95 .-:*••• .i.H-.-i.n A. CCKBiiAS, Ajieiit V C. LiDr. ltr» ."1*1- n . i'..'il. t. J. f CacaCH, A*f*-nt, Rnu>>*-> .'..TII, N V Oco. FA.R*I£H, A^eot, U£ilpn«bur.;t, N Y L. J. HIOBY. Msltfiukr.-. «-', 9 , ,mr.- [.»Cr-3»-'* M R tt, Dr^-l j. H. < KAw rou o, f M 1>i4uh r w a " otri-.- rit-ar M AM H. R Ii- r .t N. B. -8hipp*rj art- rrnQ«r,ii»*il to j^- '-r.e - f th.- %«>• vr- Aprnti before malimtf (••'uiraci« 1 »* li.c-y are pri-part-J I- offrr very l.,w r^tct, *cd ihnr connections <nch tiic Optlenji'urtch *xni( O»w«*po rom« *, mU *rijf*-r**l y «• ifi m»r Ki-«l6n>-.aji t w la * oFKI-'K uF THK ( NORTHKjLS TaASSfJKTiT »» C'lUPAlT, • Rates of Freight Reduced Again by »\v 1 orL A: Eric Kailroail Northern Transportation Co.S E X P K K S H - NTII. furlhr r jaolice thr prirrs (mm S^w V'-rti i.p Milwuuker, w:ll be as Follows j.cr hNt Ib.H, .]<•!). r afflicted, lufferinj raflow man. « Ttm A^nut below named ta pi***MMl LO farniMh faO* ni? AmvTir.m.n AJjsiana.*, rontalninji ;llr»ctinnj ^>r th«lr IHM *ii>I c*»rtifl«at«i of Lbatr rurwa, nf lh« fol^i-wlnfj sonipIaUriiti C<'«tJT»»nr-aB, BUlooj Ccimplaint* Rb*>aJnAtlara. [T v^-\ Hftmrthnrn. H«-vla£hw> arliln^ frnm a f(-oj itu-mavti. ^ -»n sv.%, I n -It zf«tmn, M<>rbtd Inactlno of th« B»W*III *ri'l "*tn arum a; thfrvfnim. Klntn lency , Loaw jf A pp^Ot*. a.n ! , «-r ,TU» and Catanf»ria« Dt»«m*..!.»i which r-nuir*, an -mr'-if • m«in-in*, S**rofula 'ir Sliijf'i trlL Th.-y al*-i. ^y purf> intf th" hlo«*l ami itlmuiatlnf the fy^O-m. 'ur- nmn ? >uippIaJDU »hlrh It wnnld not b» fnppniWol th«-» »n. I o-iv h. imch «* D-WlJ-^-m, Partial Blin<in.*a5»i, N<*nrm..,()a *n • NcrTMQji Irritjhility. DflranjfiD^nU >f ib» Li-»«r anj 5 '•)D*-y«. "I'-at. anil ,)th«-r itLn.irwd ram plaint* aitaln^ fr^ni * low MACK of tbe t*xly >v Abstraction >f 't» fTin--!!! na. D*i not b« pnt 'jfl* by anpr1n<^pi'«l 1-v.vUr.j -r»th *.m»> oth»*r f'll! th»-f Qilk* OJ.»r« pr'iflt »n 4.1(1 f"T * r r». i PtLLS, and take Dothlnn -)1«» ^'o -(h-r th»-y -»n <i»- fuo rt,fiip»r*« with thl* tn !t* InCrlnrrtr- »aJn*« jr -irr^n»- powrrm Thf» »rtr.i want th« N**-! *•<( :h*r^ m •"• 't'-fti. aad they «honl.i har« It, Prepared by Dr. J. C. AYER, Practical and AjiaJytlca. ChamUt, Lo-waU. M»aa Puci US C>>. pm Boi. rYrt B^IM '•*» J 1 JOHN RICK, VlLl»tu«,-. J. H. RSFP * CO.. Chh-iio. »n.l «»-->u - . TIIF: i i v »:K I N V I G O K A T () li: PRKFARKO BY DR. - ANr'^l', Compound Kntirely in-ni dl MS - r 1 ^ ONK -if in,-h.-.; Pur.-it 7- ,-, i ,i/- r M l.iw N-'nf Lf!»- t.'jhi C I'M \ ! 1>! N4 » V } K \ T\-*.- frlt'ii* r-m. % .;! rn-.r!-.;- r K«,l ?*- v -- r.-in ihr- iy *L. tr , |nj'\" y Drf .u :h«,r ;.!.*.-.. " ea;t: iy n. w O r ..->. n • "S. , ^r.j J/, f •. -. it. - '9<3K J i o !51 »"• -! t./ '.tit ,«r ..H. , '-.-a - -5 • tl'-r \ lit O.aSS. -d Cl&»*. !'.! elASft 4<tl l'l:t4M O^c. 5 Ac. 4 .ic. .5 or. SJerchaodtfe ihipped by it,!* route, i»n in«l < 'IT the 14lb Ins!., »Hi be Char^r.l at the-« rs.te3 trA^M^r contracted or n&t, Ap, 1? tn J. U CRAWrOKD. A-tti.t, New Ywrk * EH*? Rai.rua.1. .TMTERa, Attenl, 177 brna.lwuj, N Y fgf Sflip daily from Pier 1, ta.il R.ver, >r d>,,t of Daane tUreet, New York. aprli^ltfJtwJw Detroit Ac iTlil%vaukrr K. K. KKKlUiiT DKl'AK iMKN 1 . tlOR frreater conveo ence t» merchanU «hi^pinj(. or Ja? obialntng Information rcl^tlD^ to Freight, an office iNo. s Wisconsin sirerO op»*ned on ih« Isi t>t Apnl, wbpre orden for eollcciioo or ddir^ry of g<*>J:> will recelTe prompt atttrntlon' The otBce will bi? ut.der ihe huperlatendeoce of )lr. Ka-fw, Ageat for Uendrie i i-u , from whom all accessary information can he nbtatned W. K. MCJIR, tienl tfu^vnn ten dent. Mllvaakee, March 30ih, 18*51*. aprl-dlm Tn-t^ ' in- i >*.--*«•• ••(F—",in*r l ra«ii»-\i -ur« --ur"l. i.. I, vVtt ..s t>rt j irr. prr-v-nte-l Myih--."- i I'Mi'-nil air ' tfi^ I.ivt-r lav i*fi»r^tor. j ' >'i- Jose »flfr **alinj : is lutHt'i^nt Lo rciif vc \h" •t.'m;4i*h *nij pri-vent tfit fu..-i from rising anj KltT HliTli b) lu'^ 'T (n A3 .IIIJM I >.f V H . \ \ li • \ "*Ooe dose l«-ken »fler •ach meil will cure /'yi- Qne Joie of tw) lei Ooiy on? .lose imni- 'il:Uely r-rUeVtfH i '«'«., wnile .-(.7 irA ux* tt .i re -;i-r n^ in i/ji fiifvr J/io 1 i*>l/^r in t\j m4>i» i r u..-.' si- ' !,• I' »,..-• -t ^ - I .7 i r U--U ,.'-, r v ;..-«• -».-.-i • PRICK OS.I DOLl^ia P*B a-'TTL*. DO. SAMPOaD, Pfprietor, No. -U3 Ur i^.lwn- Tor.. Retailed fiy iH DrutTgista. 9..1.1 *l- •>, ' y JullN ill. jjl \Vholesai«aaJe and Detail, MI|«AUK •• , N K W T U t: A T M K N T AMD Confidential Medical Advice A T the BulTalo Private Uoapitjil—^^tihl arifl '..r -he cure of SyrihllM. Semiual Weaku,-™ in>l 'h-' •*• T-' lntlnnill>-s nl Yoolh ami Maturity, M " r *>i"- s « SON, Buffalo, N. Y. Office, corner uf Main >n.l <J"»y streeU, i,up stairs.) A MOST SC1KST1FIC INVENTION An Instrument for the curt- of Geuitul DtlnlHy, n Nocturnal Emissions, more property suown *.* • J ,-niti..»l Weaknes.1, 4c. — can be pernmneally rur^il i" fr-m fifteen Jays to two monlhs by the uae ,i^ thi* mi«truni^it, when used conjointly with medicines. YOUNG MEN TAKJC PARTICULAR NOTICK. Dr. AMO3 i 80N-take pleasure In annouh.-in« iiiat they have Inventi-J a mo«t iraport.inl Instrument l,ir the cure of the abovo diseases. It Una been luhjertr.l lo a test by the most eiuineot phyticlons In Lon.lo-i, Paris, Phllaiielphiaand New York , Ithaa been ilfclarpii the only useful instrument ever Inveute*! for tht- CHI e of Seminal Weakness, or any disease of the genital organs, caused by the secret bablt of youth. Price ten dollars by mail or express. A CURE WARRANTED. Dr. AMOS t SON have devoted their attention et cluslvely lo this peculiar clo*a of maladies, ami the relief they hare consequently been rnablej u> runier their fellow creatures, la futly lestineii ami xratefally acknowledged by convalescent patients an<l "thei* dally arriving in town from all parts of thecnuntry for the express purpose anly of consultation*,, while thpir exertions have been crowned wtlh the ma^t ai^nai a>l- v&nta^es; yet from what they havu experience!! >n enquiring Into the causes of thoso infectious cmmpiainL^, (from their most simple condition to that of iho uii.st dangerous and InTetefate,) they tinva ,iiwaya entertained ^he posiliblllty of their prevention iml i«n oual, and likewise Invariably found that the most horrible. and malignant forms of disease could almost mvaiiably be traced to one of the following causes : Ignorance, neglect, or the ill «ffec« of unskillful »nd Unpro^er treatment; therefore, Dx. Anoa A N 3oii Have succeed^,! In discoTortng, In the selection of their remedies, a safe, effectual and cautious course; uuiittiLg a.l combination of remedies which bear an equivocal cb.-inc- ter, as well as those whose premature or injudicious application might be productive of bad cuiuequeocea m the hands of private Individuals. In short, the hmd.i ble end of their rejnedlcs la the lessening of a grunt mass of human misery by the alleviation, relief and prevention of those grievous afflictions thai »ra in reality the secret foes of Ufa, and wh-ch, while thvy so extensively surround us, call aloud for our skill anil Interference in their extermination. CODNUBY IMVAUD8. Peraons in any |*rt of thsr world may be successfully treated by forwarding * correct detail of their cane, with creralttance for Medicine*, «o. : Address Dr. AMOS A BON, earnsT Main and Quay attatt.Bi.flUo, N.T.jass.1 JaaT-dAwlj J T * T . -I . Ill JUiiKKT .H •<T L..I 4<l per ot-m O. -J \ Y r«. , \ll.: 114 ,•».,!. I '.y 111. I K-Hl.-V M > K A K I N whifn nthtr«<, nha hii, •.• ! '«-rn .uiiTt-r biivc been aiiraculmutiy >"irvil Dy intli; i aicnt, The best pro.jf »s t-> ii»» Dr. ' ' » -tr-r • ci^t^t In, that he« H Mily rei'i-.v '.HI- •> w ill parts of the country; «nd diumi^rtin^ early reeeiveil .^i^i-H fib fte I* r»M|Utreil for an tf.x<inii.'Kt'i'> No CBABOX tor service th.it «*•*_• n»e -tn bt? stated when tha patient i» rcccive-L :o H Jrui ud jeniJe tre»t- ,. itic nt* frotu «« >-'ir->d, f\i» Dr. i:'aJwelJ'»

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