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CHICAGO DIRECTORY SUPPLEMENT.
Abbey David, at A. tlibberd & Co., h 140 Mich.
Abraham John, clothier, 284 Lake
Adams Francis, attorney^ 65 Clark
Aiken Alexander, clerk Asa White's, h 22 Ind.
Aiken £., banker, 47 Clark, bds Tremoat House
Ambd John & Co., wines and liquors, 76 Wells
Annan Alexander, Chicago machinerj depot, S.
Water opp I.C.R.R. depot
ANDERSON ISAAC, commission and real es-
tate agent, 24 Dearborn
Anderson W., h 171 State
Anderson & Miller, hardware, 161 Lake
Armstrong E. R. T., removed 24 River
Asay ft Soden, attonteys, Washington bt Clark
ASHARD G. W., proprietor Chicago bag man-
ufMtory, 107 Ranoolph, 9ee card
Atkin Walter, removed 98 Dearborn
Atwater S. T., agent. Mutual Insurance Co.,
• Buffalo, 8 Clark, bds Clifton House
Austin A. E., Yankee notions, 14 Lasalle
Avery, Upham ft Co., remotfed 16 S. Water
Avery ft Bro., lumber dealers, cor Canal and
Avery Thos. M., (A. ft Bro.,) h Halsted bt
Lake and Fulton
Avery Wm. W., (A. ft Bro.,) bds Halsted bt
Lake and Fulton
Back Thomas, saloon, 99 Randolph
Backus, Eillen ft Co., produce commission
merchants, 60 N. Water
Backus Wm.&Co., architects, 9 Masonic Temple
Bacon Edward P., freight office M.S.R.R., h
Bacon Edwin F., engraver and stencil cutter,
vN.E. cor Clark and Randolph
Bailey ft Mead, wholesale groceries and provi-
sions, 198 S. Water
Baker M. H. ft Co., trunks and valises, ftc, 90
Baltzell Dr. Wm. H., 11 Metropolitan block, h
Baldwin G. W., removed 112 Dearborn
Banyon Augustus, produce dealer, 72} Dearb*n
BARBER SAMUEL, wholesale groceries, 97
S. Water, see card
Barber Dr. J.E., occulist, removed 189 Randolph
BARBER L., wholesale grocer and commission
merchant, 97 S. Water, see card
Barney J. A., vessel owner, 12 Dearborn, bds
Bamum Bros., removed 110 Lake
BARRON WM. T., attorney, 6 Davisson's bdg
cor Lake and Clark
Barry ft Cushing, removed cor Madison ft Dearb.
BASSETT S. 8. ft Co., removed 67 Lake, eee card
Bay State House, cor Lake and Franklin
Bay less H. M. ft Co., crockery. 105 Lake
Bayless W. H., architect, 187 Randolph
Beck T. Romeyn, removed 119 Lake
Beck Aug. ft. Co., cigar manufacturers, 24 and
Becker ft Dean, stoves and hardware, 129 and
Bell ft Ransom, real estate brokers, 75 Lake
Bell Victor B., (B. ft Ransom,) bds Tremont H.
BELL J. W., bankers and exchange brokers,
cor Clark and N. Water, tee card
Ben Franklin Saloon, 172^ Kinzie
Bentley C, removed 110 Dearborn
Benson Wm. W., boots and shoes, 91 N. Clark
Beveridge John, wood engraver, 141 Randolph
BILL, FARGO ft KELLOGG, boots and shoes,
23 S. Water
Bingham ft Felker, attorneys and counselors at
law, office 141 Randolph, h Bonaparte Du
Page county, 111.
Bingham L. F., attorney, 141 Randolph
Bittinger G. W. ft Co., stoneware, 112 and 114
, N, Water
Bishop James E. lumber, cor Wells and Polk
BLACKSTONE ft WARREN, cigars, 24 Dearb.
Blackmer A. R. produce broker, 14 S. Water
Blake F. N., (Rice ft B.,) attorney and land
agent, 80 Dearborn, bds Briggs House
Blake, Dr. S. C, 92 Lake cor Dearborn, up stairs
BLAKE ft WEBBER, foreign and domestie
fruits, 71 Clark, $ee card
Blanchard Wm. agent for E. ft J. Canfield,
Market bt Madison and Monroe
Board of Trade Rooms, 12 Dearborn •
Bond ft'Seaton, attorneys, 104 Randolph
Bonn ft Schumann, boots and shoes,- hats and ,
caps, 168 Clark
Bowen ft Logan, sign painters, 117 Lake
Bowman G. W. P. ft Co., agents for Trapp's
Patent Keg and Barrel Machinery, 55 Clark
BOLTON W. H., embroideries, laces, ftc, 188
Lake, (see card)
BOYD ft SPENCER, real estate and manufac-
turers' agents for railroad supplies, 28 Dear-
born, bds Tremont House
Boyec V. A. Dr., N. W. cor Clark and .Illinois
Boyington*s Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable,
rear Doty's Hotel, bt Dearborn and State
Bradstreet John M. ft Sons, mercantile law
agency. Metropolitan block
Bradley C. P. ft Co., police agency, 94 Randolph
Bradley L. C. boots and shoes, 76 Lake
Brine William, removed HiUiard's block
Brooks Wm. H., jr. with Artemas Carter, bds
cor Jackson and Jefferson
Brown Andrew ft Co., removed cor State and S.
Brown F. H., wood engraver, 189 Randolph
Brown J., removed 92 Dearborn
Brown J., plumber and gas fitter, 114 Dear-
born, h 107 Dearborn
Browne J. E. real estate, ftc. 18 Wells
Brown M. D., attorney, 16 Dearborn
Brown Samuel, bds Foster House
Brown Wm. W. produce and commission, 92
Bronold Henry, chemist, N. Clark, eer Superior
CHICAGO DIRECTORY SUPPLEMBKT.
Qremner R., merchant tailor, 185 Randolph
Brundage A. J., (Foster & B.,) h Harrison near
Bryan & Borden, real estate agents, BO Dearb.
Buck Robert, with Ford, Newell & Co.
Buckley Timothy, family grocer, cor Market
BUCKMAN & LANDON, family grocers, cor
Sebor and Canal
Buel Ira W., attorney, 137 Randolph
Bull E. N., 66 Randolph, bds Sherman House
Burchett, Miller &Oo., wines and liquors, 191
BURDSAL C. S., fruits, yegetables, baking
powder, &c., cor W. Lake and Clinton
Burley A. H., stationery, 122 Lake
BURTIS T. B. & Co., lumber, S. of Polk street
Burtis T. B., (T. B. & Co.,) bds Garden City H.
Burtis P. T., bds Garden City House
Burton & Winston, attornies, 136 Randolph
Bush Rev. Charles P., editor N. Y. Evangelist,
16 Lasalle, bds 108 Indiana
Bush W. H., cigars and tobacco, 176 Kinzie
BUSH J. B. & Co., produce and commission
merchants, 92 N. Water
Bushnell L. & Co., produce and commission
< merchants, 85 Kinzie
Butler L. B. & Co., fruits and confectionary,
Butts William, remaved Lumber bt Twelfth and
Caldwell & Fish, exchange and boarding stable,
Campbell A., silver and brass plater, 157 Wells
Campbell James, printer and publisher Sunday
Mercury, 84 Dearborn
Campbell John, intelligence o£Bice, 78 Clark
Cande J. G., book agent, 5 Masonic Temple
CANFIELD E. &*J», removed W. end of Lake
street bridge and Market, bt Madison and
CARTER ARTEMAS, lumber, Peyton oppo.
Case A. B. printer, 84 Dearborn
Casey Thomas, teacher, cor Jefferson and Har^
CHICAGO BAG MANUFACTORY, 68 Clark,
Chicago Carriage Repository, 66 Randolph
Chicago Lung Infirmary, 141 Randolph
CHURCH & BARTLETT, produce and com-
mission merchants, 94 N. Water, cor Lasalle
Church & Bissell, proprietors of Amer'n House
Chamberlain B. L., (Staples & C.,) bds 109
CHAMBERS & KELLY, Western sale stable,
Chandler H. R., Hilliard's block, cor Clark
and S. Water
CHENOWETH C. M. & Co., forwarding, pro-
duce and commisssion merchants, 97 Kinzie
Childs S. D., engraver, 101} Randolph
City Treawrer's Office, 190 Lake cor Wells
Claggett, O'Bannon & Honore, removed 20 and
22 S. Water
Clancy Mark B., h N.E. eor Edina place and
Clark H. W., attornej^and land agent, 5 Dav-
Clark Jonas C, real estate, 59 Clark
Clark J. Laing & Co., manufacturing jewelers,
11 Warner's block
Clarke Wm. H. civil engineer, sewerage com-
missioner's office, Exch. Bk. bdgs.
Clark & Schmuck, groceries and provisions,
cor State and Van Buren
Clayton Charles W., (N. P. Iglehart & Co.,) h
Morgan bt Washington and Madison
Cleaver, Adams & Co., real estate agents, 55
CLEVELAND HOUSE, 48, 50 and 52 W. Uke
Cleveland A. proprietor of Cleveland House
Cleveland Charles W.^ Cleveland House Saloon
Cleveland Wm. K., clerk Cleveland H-ouse
Climax Restaurant, 84 and 36 Dearborn
Clyde House, Wells cor Madison
Collins, Humphrey & Co., produce and commiB-
sion, 188 and 190 S. Water
Conde H. Clay, attorney, 16 Dearborn, bds
COMSTOCK & MOORE, proprietors of Colby
House, cor Wells and Washington
Cook & Bro., dyers, 123 Clark
Cordry L. H., lightning rods, h cor Adams and
Cornell, Jameson & Bass, attorneys, 63 Clark
Cozzens S. W. jr., attorney, 63 Clark
Crawford & Sacket, lumber, 182 Canal bt
Adams and Monroe
Crampton Rev. R. S. Secretary III. State Tem-
perance Alliance, 16 Lasalle
Crone Julius, real estate broker, 2 Masonic
Crane Israel, with E. L. Harding k Co., bds
Crystal Lake lee Company, 82 Dearborn
Culver & Parsons, produce and commission^
47 N. Water
Curtiss & Bro., removed 58 N. Water
CURLEY & HAG AN, groceries and provisions,
185 S. Clark
Custom House Exchange Saloon, Clark, opp
R. I. freight depot
Cutler Edward P., (C, St. P., and Fond du
Lac R. R. Office, Ex. Bk. bdgs.
Cutler J. S. & Co., lightning rods, Kinzie W.
of Wells, h cor Green and Adams
Cuttar Chancelor, sash and blind mouldings,
D'WOLF F. H.. 97 Kinzie
Davis James M., President N.-Westem Land
Co., 82 Dearborn
DAVIS, MOOPY & Co., dry goods, 17 S. Water
Davis S. C, (Df, Moody & Co.,) St. Louis
Davis A. & Co., galv|inic cement roofing, 130
Davis Wm. J., family grocer, 112 Dearborn
CHICAGO DIREOTOJEIT SUPPLEMENT.
DaTis Dr. N. S., Iremovedll Lake, h 43 Mich, av
Dakes A. N., clothing and furnishing, 78 Lake
Deninston John, 111 Lake
DeLeyis, M. M., at 114 N. Gark
Dittman J., boots and shoes, 181 Lake «
Dorion Dr., dentist, 169 Lake
Douglas John M., (Stewart & D.,) bds Tremont
Downing B. F. & Co., real estate brokers, 100
Randolph up stairs
Douglas, Fitch & Co., removed 75 Kinzie
Drandorff Charles, conyeyancer, 112 Randolph
Dugal Charles, lumber inspector, cor Market
Dunham, J.P., agent World's Safe Cou, 21 Dearb
Durand Bros., wholesale groceries and provi-
sions 244 Lake and 285 S. Water
.Pyer C. L., agent International Insurance Co.,
N.Y.. Hillard's block
EATON, HARVEY & Co., produce and com-
mission, 45 Kinzie
Eastman Galen, lumber, W. end Madison street
bridge, bds 22 Desplains
/ EganTbol'. W., (Hanchett&Co.,)bd8Brigg8H.
Eggleston, Webb k Co., groceries and commis-
sion, 105*8. Water
Ellis Dr., 6 Metropolitan block
Elwell & Eddy, family grocers, 400 State
Ellenwood & Scranton, produce and commis-
sion, 106 N. Water
Ely James H. clothing, 196 Lake
Emery H. D. & Co., removed 204 Lake
ENGELHARD J. ALBERT, Fi'ench shirt man-
ufactory, 127 Clark
Eschenburg T. Wm., h 115 N. Clark
Eyeringham Lyman, freight office M.S.R.R.
Evans Albert S., S. W. cor Rnndolph and State
EWING, BRIGGS & Co., forwarding and com-
mission, S. Water opp. I.C.R.R. depot
Fairman H. A. tea and coffee, 106 Randolph
Fahs, Rowzer & Co., saw and planing mills,
cor Ohio and Franklin
Farlin J. W., (Howland, P. & Co.,) bds 231
Ferris E. G., clerk Democratic Press, h Buffalo
bt Taylor and Twelfth
Field £. P., (H. Norton & Co.,) h cor Ontarid
and N. Dearborn
FIELD C. C, Tremont market, 120 Clark
Fielding & Adnms, removed 69 Lake
FINLEY & FUNKHOUSER, produce, com-
mission and forwarding merchants, corner
State and S. Water
FINCH, HOYT & SPEAR, produce, commis-
sion and liquors, cor State and Twelfth
Fitch, Mrs. Asa, boarding, 152 Dearborn
Fletcher & Wilson, produce and commission,
110 and 112 S. Water
FoUett, Hahn & Co., produce and commission,
Foot D. A., silver plater, 88} Randolph
FOOTE & CHATTERTON, drapers and tailors,
86 Lake, %ee card
Foreman Bros. & Co., removed 211 S< Water
Ford, Newell & Co., ship chandlery, 239 S.
Water and 248 Lake
FOSTER & BRUNDAGE, lumber, Clark nr
R.I. freight depot
Foster Ambrose, (F.&Brundage,) h 409 S.Clark
Foster H. C, removed 159 Lake up stairs
Foster Francis, architect, Washington bt Clark
and Dearborn, h 120 Edina place
Foutd J. J., varieties, 266 State
Fowler Charles A., attorney, 84 Dearborn
Franklin M., clothier, 469 State
Frazza & Ribolta, hair dressing saloon, 34 Dearb
Freeman Thos., real estate, 137 Randolph
Fuller & Boyden, auction, commission and real
estate, 99 Dearborn, tee card
Gager John, laundry, 187 State
Gale Brothers, apothecaries, 184 Randolph
Gallupe George, bookeeper J. H. Reed k Co.
Galloway A. J., land agent, 75 Lake, h Eldridgt
court bt State and Wabash av
Garden City Saleratus Manufactory, cor UnioA
Garden City Insurance Co., S.E. oor Clark and
Garden City Sale Stable, Canal cor Lake
GEORGE W. 0. & Co., wholesale grocers, 75
Gerts Geo. E. & Co., removed 77 Wells
Gerould Bros., gaa fixtures and chandelier^,
Gibson J. P. D., stores, tin and hardware, 2T
Lasalle and 41 Wells
GILL & BROTHER, produce and commission,
257 S. Water cor Market, $ee card
Gill R T., (G. & Bro.,) h 67 S. Clinton
Gill T. N., (G. & Bro.,) h N.E. cor Edina and
Gilson G. W., land agent, 75 Lake, h 102 Adams
Gilbert Wm. J., produce and commission, 16
Giroux, Napier & Co., shipping office, steav
hoisting, wood, coal, &c., 60 8. Water
Goodman & Mason, proprietors Metropolitan H.
Goodwillie R. G., lumber inspector, cor Wells
Goodwin Wm., flour and feed, 108 W. Lake
GOWDY, TERRY &, LAWRENCE, dry goods,
18 8. Water
Gray Mrs. C, Great Western Hotel, Randolph
Graves & Pratt, proprietors Bay State House,
cor Lake and Franklin
Grass Joseph, gilder and ft>amer, S.W. cor
Randolph and Lasalle
Gregory G. H., agent for Bronson & Fobes^
bds Garden City House
Greeley Samuel S., surveyor, 48 Clark
Green & Easterbrooks, plasterers, 813 State
Green & Voorhees, wines and liquors, 77 Kiniie
Greene P. R. & Co., wholesale groceries, 17S
Greenbaum Bros, bankers & exchange, 45 Clark
Greenbaum D., clerk Greenbaum Bros., bda
Jacob Greenbaum, sen.
CHICAGO DIBBCTOBT SUPPLSMBNT.
QBISWOLD S. N. & Co., wholesale jewelry
and fancy goods, 166 Lake
Great Western Band, 181 Lake
Great Western Sale and Boarding Stable, oor
Clark and Taylor
Haelsig Adolph, framer and picture dealer,
Hale & Co., office removed 13 Lasalle
Hale Dr., 185. Bandolph
Hall B. S. &Co., produce commission, 174Einzie
Hall T. D., produce, commission and lumber,
96 and 98 S. Water
Hamblen L. A., locomotiye lamps, 238 Lake
HAMILTON THEODOBE B., insurance bro-
ker, 141 Bandolph, h 5 Lake
Hammond C. G., h 69 Erie
Hanchett & Egan, stock brokers and real
estate, 188 Lake
Hanchett A. H., (H. & Egan,) bds 186 Bandolph
Hanson & Waldhauser, painters and glaziers,
180 N. Clark
Harris U. P. gents, furnishing, 93 Bandolph
Harris & Summerfield, removed 191 Lake
Harrison & Walker, attorneys, 55 Clark
Hatch Bufus, removed 14 S. Water
HABDING £. L. & Co., clothing and furnish-
ing, 159 Lake
Harding E. L., bds Briggs House
S. K. Haring, boarding, cor W.Lake and Clinton
HABVEY & BBOTHEB, family grocers, 124
Harrie Andrew, counselor at law, 112 Dearborn
Hayes S. S., removed 137 Bandolph
Hayes H., attorney, 187 Bandolph
Hayward Calvin H., — State
Hawkins P. H., ship store, cor Market & Wash'n
Heaton, Hussey & Co., auction and commis-
sion, 96 Bandolph
Helm H. T., attorney, Metropolitan block
Hemleb B. & Co., jewelers, 187 Bandolph
Hendrie W. A., watches and jewelry, 135 Ban-
HEBBICK & KITTBEDGE, wholesale tea
agency, 118 S. Water
Herrick Horatio G., (H. & Eittredge,) bds cor
W. .Lake and Clinton
*Herrenkind Charles, surveyor, 66 Lasalle
HIBBEBD, ABBEY & Co., produce and com-
mission, 82 and 83 N. Water, see card
Hickey P., wines and liquors. 111 Michigan
Hiekok Horace F., storekeeper, 121 Clark
Higgins S. B. P., at H. Norton & Co., h cor
Wabash av and Monroe
HIGINBOTHAM & WHITE, dry goods, 82
Lake, »ee card
Hill Dr., 89 Lasalle
Billiard & Morton, lumber. Market bt Adams
Hinckley & Villas, produce and commission,
Hite C. P., pawnbroker, 171 Clark
Hite, Bayless & Co., crockery, &c., 105 LiGike
Hitchcock Dr. H., comer State and Harmon
Holmes Wm., h removed 42 Quihcy
Hooker F. k H. M.» druggists, 56 W. Ban-
Horley, Chapin & Co., ink, perfumery, &c., 18
Homer W. B., removed 190 Lake
HOUGH & CO., packers and commission mer-
chants, 6 Dearborn, $ee card
Howard George, house and sign painter, 100
ROWLAND, FABLIN & Co., lumber, Clark
nr B.I. freight depot
Howland Henry, (H. Farlin & Co.,) bds 81
Hubbard G. S. & Co., packers and commission
merchants, 8 Clark
Hubbard & Hunt, insurance agents, 8 Clark
Hugunin James B. , removed N.Pier opp I.C.B.B.
depot, h 238 N. Clark >
Humeston L. F., chemist, 114 N. Clark
Hunt Dr. W. C, removed 112 Dearborn
HUNT & GILES, commission merchants, cor
S. Water and Lasalle, tee card
HUNTEB E. S., jun., commission merchant^
Hunter & Bendall, dagurrean artists, 94 Dear-
Huntingdon J. N., (Taylor & H.,) bds Martin
HUTCHINGS WM., cabinet and upholstery
warerooms, 151 Bandolph
HUTCHINS & SAWYEB, produce and com-
mission, 47 N. Water
Ingraham Benj. T., agent and secretary of -N.
Western land company
Jacobus, Stelle & Co., furniture, 158 Bandolph
James Abraham, produce and commission, 14
Jameson & Morse, job printers, 14 Lasalle
Jennings Ben., saloon, 89 Dearborn
Jennings, Hy. S., attorney, cor Bandolph and
Dearb , h W. Monroe bt Desplains & Halsted
Jennings G. W., saloon. State opp S. Market
Jenks S. A., practical roof tinner, 96 Dearborn
Jefferson House, Van Buren cor Wells
Jillson James F., clerk Ferris & Boyd, bds 148
Johnson, Willits & Bassett, attorneys, 101 Dearb
Johnson Geo. A., (J., Willits & Bassett,) h cor
Franklin and Whiting
Johnson S. M., lumber, cor Lake and Market
Johnston Wm. L. sen., office 22 Biver
Johnston Samuel, clerk, 22 Biver
JOBDAN JAMES F. & Co., wholesale cigars
and tobacco, 71 Bandolph
Judd N. B., removed 135 Bandolph
Justice & Porter, wood dealers, . W. end Ban-
dolph street bridge
Ealiski L., hats and caps, 151. Lake
Keen & Lee, removed 148 Lake
Keen & Scott, firm of E. L. Harding & Co.^
Newark, N. J.
Kerfoot S. H. & Co., real estate, 48 Clark
Keyes George, family grocer, 112 N. Clark
CHICAGO BIRECTORT 8UPPLEMEKT.
Kinney James A., rear Curtis bt Randolph and
Eirker John, whitewasher, Griswold bt Polk
Kissane Patrick, wood merchant, Chicago ay
Klumb P., merchant tailor, 46} Wells
Knirr & Lanermann, marble works, 218 N.
Kniakern Charles, boots and shoes, 110 Wells
Kohn & Co., upholsterers, 92 Wells
Kossuth House, 178 Kinzie
LADD A. C, cigars and tobacco, 82 Dearborn,
Lathrop J. H. & Co., law and collecting agency.
Luidreth, Meany & Co., stoves, tin and hard-
ware, 478 State
Langley & Peabody, architects, 18 Dearborn
LaTinia W. T. 8. & Co., pawnbrokers, 126
LAWRENCE E. W. & Co., flour and feed, 181
Leoroy Dr., removed 9 Clark
Lee & Fenerstein, watches and jewelry, 268
Leduk J., agent for Renand & Freer, Montreal,
Lemon T. B. & Co., real estate and general
agents, 121 Randolph
LEONARD BALDWIN, carpets and furnishing,
189 Randolph, see card
Leonhart Lewis, florist and arboriculturist,
Dearborn N. of P.O.
Leopold & Goodheart, removed 8 Clark
Lewis L. J. & W. T., stationery, 89 Washington
Lind Dr., h 110 Wabash av.
Long James, real estate, 117 Lake
Louoheim & Bro., clothiers, 186 Ranlolph
LORD A. G. & Co., hosiery, gloyes, &c., 121
LOOMIS & BREWSTER, hats, caps and furs,
Loomis & Luddington, removed N. side Empire
slip W. of Twelfth stii^et bridge
LOSEE HOUSE, cor Randolph and State
Losee Albert, proprietor of Losee House
Low A. C. & Bro., grocers, 46 W. Lake
Loyd Alexander, removed cor Morgan and
Lfebenstein, Neuberger & Miller, fumitur^,
Lull, Eastman & Co., removed W. end of Lake
LudlamDr. R., homoeopathist, 17 Metropolitan
LYON & Co., upholsterers and decorators, 138
McEvoy Henry, agent City Directory, h 9 But-
ler's block, Prairie street
McKINDLEY, CHURCH & CO., wholesale
groceries and provisions, 77 S. Water
MoCann H. M., clerk American Transpor. Co.
HcCorkle, saddleiy and hamesSi 72 Randolph
McFarlane R.D., gas and steam fitter, 54 Lasalle
Macadam & Franklin, family grocers, 285
Macomber Z. A. 202 State cor Adams
Maguire & Wolff, plumbers and coppersmiths,
rear of 75 Lake
Magill & Pickering, commission merchants, 96
and 98 S. Water
Malbourn Wm. P., (Vosburgh & Co.,) h cor
Rush and Indiana
Malbourn Francis B. bookkeeper at C. Vos-
burgh & Co.'s, h cor Rush and Indiana
Marrett J. N., steward, Cleveland House
Marshall J. R. printer, 161 Lake
Martin C. N. & A. T., butchers, 16 State
Martin's Hotel, J. H. Martin proprietor, 17
and 19 Dearborn
Martin J. H., 17 and 19 Dearborn
Mason & Lamb, planing mills, cor Jefferson
Mathews, loan negociator, 16 Dearborn
Mattison H. K. & Co. flour and feed, cor Sebor
May House, 76 Wells
METROPOLITAN HOTEL, 8. W. cor Wells
MERIGOLD & C0L0NE7, produce and com-
mission, 51 Kinzie
MERRILL & PLACE, florists and dealers in
shrubbery, 76 Dearborn, tee card
Millard S. A. & Co., agricultural dealers, 98
MILLER, A. H. & BROS, watches and jewelry,
158 Lake, cor Lasalle, and Newark, N. J.
Miller Dr. D. 68 Lake
MILLER & ROUNDS, wholesale groceries, 79
Mintzer & Birenbaum, watches and jewelry,
188 S. Clark
Mitchel H. A., lumber, 15 Custom Houss bdg.
Moor A. M. & Bro. wines and segars, 6 Dearb
Moor Otto, ( A. M. M. & Bro.,) h 818 Wabash
Moore Charles 8., room 17 McCarty's bdg, cor
Dearborn and Washington
Moody M. (Davis, M. & Co.) bds Briggs House
Mould B. K. & Co. musical instruments, 70
Mohr & Cowan, produce and commission, 45
Morris Cannel Coal Co., J. A. Marshall & Co.,
agents, 16 Dearborn
Murphy & McDougall, produce and commis-
mission, cor River and Dock
Murphy Phillip, produce and commission, 49
MUNN, WILLARD & CO. produce, commis-
sion and storage, cor N. Canal and CarroU
Myer L. P. jeweler, 146 Wells
Nelson Frederick J. attorney, 11 Metropoliton
block, h 186 Indiana
Newhall H. & Co. foreign and domestic fruits,
75 Randolph and 14 8. Water
CHICAGO DIRECTORY BUPPLBMBNT.
New Hayen City Fire Insuranoe Co., 123 Lake
New England House, 5Q5 Clark
Nicholas D. C. & I. J. , attorneys, 18^ Randolph
Nicholson, P. A. architect, 89 Lasalle
Niles & Parke, removed 48 and 60 Einzie
Nissen L. J. J., attorney, 112 Dearborn
Noble W. P. P. agent for Clark's patent flour
mills, ofiBce Y. M. Association buildings, bds
Norris & Kent, milliners, 116 Clark
Norton H. &. Co., coal, pig iron and firebrick,
cor River and Dock, and Monroe and Market
North-Western Land Company, 82 Dearborn
OFFICER A. & Co. lumber, cor Canal & Adams
Oldershaw 8. P., gilder, 10 Clark
0*Meftira Michael, general broker, 147 Clark
O'Neill A. bookbinder, works Culrer & Page
Otto W. E., paperhangings, &o., 66 Randolph
Page 0. & Co., confectioners, 16 Clark
Palmer Dr. A. B.,*68 Lake
Palmer R. B., bds 67 Michigan av
Park Harrison, paper-hanger and decorator,
Clark nr Harrison
Parker John, commission agent, 116 Dearborn
Parker J. M., attorney, 23 Dearborn
Parish S. H. P., hardware, 804 Clark
Patrick J., Corinthian shaving saloon, 96 Ran-
Pearce M. L. & J. I., real estate, 63 Lake cor
Pearce M. L., bds Matteson House
Pearce J. Irving, bds St Nicholas
Pelrson John, clothing, removed 17 Market
Pearson & Messer, lumber, cor Madison and
Penton, Fisher & Co., drugs and medicines,
94 Lake, cor Dearborn
Perkins G. & Co., produce and commission, 6
Perry S. W., Crystal Lake Ice Company, 82
Pfeiifer & Doll, marble works, 164 Randolph
Pine, J. P., bookeeper, 76 Lake
Pitney Aaron, homoepathic. physician, 112
Pinner & Bro., wood dealers, cor Wells and
PHILLIPS J. t*. k Co., auctioneers and com-
mission merchants, 60 Clark
Phillips Robert, dry goods, Clark cor Harrison
Pool Isaac A., map colorer, h Peoria, bt Kin-
zie and Hubbard
Powers A. H. & Co., tailors* trimmings, &c.,
183 Lake, h W. Jackson nr Bull's Head
Pratt Wallace W., (Stewart & Douglas,) 82
PRICE WILLIAM, stoves and hardware, 36
Price & Fisher, lumber, S. of G.0.R.R., South
branch, office 7 Clark
Priestley, Sanford •& Co., produce commission
merchantH, 18 Dearborn
Purrington & Scran ton, removed 196 S. Water
Quinn, J. S. & Co., commission merchants, N.
Dearborn, opp Galena lower freight depot
Randall G. P., architect, 110 Dearborn
Ransom T. E. G., (Bell & R.,) bds 102 Adams
READY B. T., wines and liquors, 73 S. Water
Reed J. H. & Co., druggists, 144 and 146 Lake
Rees, Chase & Co., removed 136 Randolph
Reynolds, Ely & Co., removed 2A S. Water
Rhodes W. T., ribbons and fancy goods, 182
Lake, h 64 Buffalo
Rice R. A., (Rice & Blake,) bds cor Wabash
av and Palo Alto
Rice W. H., produce and commission, 64 Kin-
Rice & Blake, real estate, 80 Dearborn
RICHARDS SAMUEL W., architect, Waraer's
RIDEOUT W. M., water coolers, refrigertors,
&c., 91 Clark, 78 Dearborn, tee card
Ritchie Dr., removed 46 Clark
Rivers Charles, wines and liquors, 62 N. Clark
Robinson Henry W., book-agent, 89 Wells
Robinson House, 88 and 86 S. Water
Robinson's Ladies' Ice Cream Saloon, 90 Dear-
Rogers Ed., attorney, 6 Davisson's block, 181
ROGERS & VOGELL, commission merchants,
Rogers R. A., (R. & Vogell,) h 147 Buffalo
Root C. L., printer, 171 Lake
Rose.O. J., city treasurer, 190 Lake cor Wells
Rosenfield L., clothing, 149 Lnke
Bossiter S. M., family grocer, 122 Van Buren
Rosenberg John^ drugs, N.W. cor Clark and
Rosenberg L. E., removed Zl Clark /
Rotherber Mrs., milliner, 171 Clark
Rounds S. P., printers' furnishing warerooms,
ROUNDS & HALL, produce and commission,
4 N. Dearborn
Rnnyon Wm., brick merchant, 112 Dearborn
Runyon C. & Co., stoves and hardware, 72 and
Russell Charles^ F., barkeeper, Tremont house
Ruzer Julius H., attorney, cor Clark and Ran-
Sacket E., h 46 W. Adams
Sanborn & Lincoln, fruits and vegetables, 76
Sawyer D. G., h 108 N. Wells
Sawyer P., bds 108 N. Wells
Sawyer, Paige & Co., removed 70 Lake
SAWYER D. G. & Co., produce and commis^
sion, 47 N. Water
Sawyer Charles B., at 17 S. Water, bds Briggs
Scherpe L. F., watches and jewelry, 39 Wells
Schoen Dr., 806 Clark
SCHULTZE A. & Co., employment, house
and land agents, 91 Dearborn
Scriven & Gallagher, advertising agents, 68
Schwarz J., shirt manufacturer, 187 Randolpli
CHIOAaO DIBECTORT STTPPLEMENT.
Soott G. Wentworth, produce and commission,
96 and 98 S. Water
Sebastopol Saloon, L. Lawrence^ 69 Clark
SELZ 4 COHEN, clothing, 11 Lasalle
Seymour H. B., with J. F. Jordan & Co., 71
SEYMOUR & GRISWOLD, produce and com-
mission, cor State and S. Water ,
Shaflfer Wm. F., clerk, 203 S. Water, bds cor
Rush and Indiana ^
Shelby E., hair-dressii^, 60 Dearborn
Shelby House, Shelby & Roat, proprietors, opp
Shelby & Roat^ Shelby House, Sherman opp
Sheldon, Flack & Co., forwarding and commis-
sion, 51 Einzie
Sheridan R., French bootmaker, 78 Clark
Sherman Henry, druggist, 117 Randolph
Sherman B. F., removed 112 Dearborn, h Buffalo
Shergold & Wayman, Garden City saleratus
manufactory, cor Union and Carroll
SHEPARDSON, G. J. & Co., storage, for-
warding and commission, 62 Einzie
Shepler L., saloon, 303 State
Shimp P., opposition ice company, 18 Clark, h
Shipman & Goodridge, removed 19 S. Water
• Sierra Nevada Temperance Saloon, 349 Clark
Sinclair & Harris, commission merchants, 66
Skilton T. J. & Co.> lumber, cor Clark and
Smallbeck & Eline, saloon, 38 Lasalle
SMITH, WALLER & CO., real estate brokers,
3 Masonic Temple
Smith E. Randolph, (S., Waller & Co.) h 112
Smith H. F., physician and surgeon, 98 Lake
Smith J. A. & Co., hatband caps, 134 Lake
Smith P. G., wines and liquor^, 346 Clark
Smith Frederick, removed 144 Clark
Smith D. W., (S. & Horrell,) h 119 Jackson
Smith N. G., fashionable . bootmaker, N.W.
oor Lake and Clark
Smith Wm. D., insurance agent, 4 Masonic
SMYTH D. M., Patent Platform Scales, 39
Clark, see card,
Snell James H., cutter (Ely's,) h Owen nr
Somers R. & Co., proprietors of City Hotel
Sothen Charles, family grocer, 211 N. Clark
South wick D. S., at 17 S. Water, bds Briggs
Spafford C, fish dealer, 163 Clark
Spafford & Tucker, attorneys, 136 Randolph,
bds cor Lake and Michigan ay
Speed James L., brick merchant, 137 Randolph
Spencer Franklin F., at Jewett & Root's, h 202
State cor Adams
SPENCER W. S., advertising and collecting
agent, 104 Randolph, h 208 Edina place
Spring C. A. & Sons, boots and shoes, 179
Lake, and Clark, under St. Nicholas Hotel
STACY & THOMAS, dry goods, 203 S. Water,
Staples & Sim, land agents, 67 Lasalle
STAPLES & CHAMBERLAIN, forwarding
and commission, 14 S. Water, up stairs
Stapp Wm., physician ^nd surgeon, cor Lake
Staring F. A. & Co., medicine and perfumery,
Stave Lewis & Co., real estate, 108 Randolph
Stealey George, civil and mining engineer, 187
Steel & Wilkins, lumber and commission mer-
chants, W. side bt Polk and Twelfth
Steele AlbertJ., lumber, E. end Lake street
Stein Dr. Lewis M., 141 Randolph
Stephens R. S. C. & Co., wholesale confection-
ers, 344 Clark, absconded
Sterling J. B., 129 Randolph
Stevens H. B., attorney, 41 Clark, h W. Mon-
roe bt Green and Peoria
STEWART & SMALL, produce and commis-
sion« cor River and Dock
STEWART R. & W. & BATESON, lumber,
cor W. Water and Washington
Stewart R., (S. & Bateson,) h Green S. of
Stewart Jas. M., job printer, S. Water
Stewart John & Co., removed Market cor Jack-
Stewart John, (J. S. & Co.,) h 369 Clark
STEWART k DOUGLAS, attorneys, 82 Dear-
Stine J. M. & Co., dry goods, 164 Lake
Stolbrand F., grocer, 122 Einzie
Stoneham John, Globe Saloon, 60 State, h same
Stow N. L., wheels and wheel stuffs, 70 W.
Stone L. W. & Co., land agents, 104 Randolph
Strother Dr., 139 Randolph
Swift W. P. & Co., office removed cor S. Water
Swan J. H., (Trowbridge, Wing & S.,) h 79
Sweet Geo. H., attorney, 9 Warner's Hall
Sutterley J. E., news depot, 74 Dearborn
Taylor Reuben, real estate, 69 W. Lake, h cor
Lake and Reuben
Taylor & Huntingdon, attorneys, 141 Randolph
Thayer Geo. F., suction and ^commission, 108
Throop & Learned, removed Charles nr Van
Buren street bridge
Thomson & Andrus, bakers, 477 State and 16
Thomson Wm. W., clerk. Metropolitan Hotel
THOMSON A. & Co., window shade and deco-
rative artists, 106 Wells under Colby House
Tilton Josinh S., clerk, Metropolitan Hotel
TOLL, WESTON & Co., wholesale and retail
grocers, 199 W. Randolph
Travers C. S., cabinet furniture, 229 Lake
CHICAGO BIBECTOBT SUPPLEMENT.
Tondeur Louis & Bro., french confectionary,
Troost & Co., wines and liquors, 805 State
Trowbridge J. M., land locating office, 20
Trowbridge, Wing & Liyan, lumber, Market 6.
Tuttle Frederick, 46 S. Water, h 81 Washin'n
Tuttle & Itcs, liquors, &c., Kinzie Hall
Union Telegraph Office, removed 11 Lasalle
Van Bramer F. B. & Co., jewelers, 80 Dear-
born, up stairs
Van O'Linda & Gale, forwarding and commis-
siouj 124 S. Water
Van Kiper & Pollock, looking-glass and frame
makers. Wells street bridge
Vernon George R., clerk, 171 S. Water
Vermilye Dr. W. E., Warner's Hall
Vogell H. E., (Rogers & V.,) bds 117 State
Vosburgh C. s, Co., produce and commission,
67 N. Water
Wadswortb Henry, barkeeper, Metropolitan
Wadsworth & Hitz, bankers and exchange
brokers, N.W. cor Clark and Randolph
Walker James A., commission merchant, 96,
98 8. Water
Walker & Thornton, produce and commission,
Wallace, Austen & Buell, news-agents, 26
Wallace John S., lumber, Clark nr Michigan
S.R.R. freight depot
Wallace & Dent, attorneys, 141 Randolph
Walsh J. B., furniture, &c., 802 Clark^
Walzem & Carle, painters and glaziers, 198 W.
Waring & Grafford, shaving saloon, 96} Dear-
Ward E. P. & Co., agents for New Haven city
fire insurance company, 128 Lake
Waterman L. B., clothes drying machines, cor
Fulton and Jefferson
Watters W., h removed 86 Jackson
Webber A. W., clerk, 58 W. Lake
Webber E. A., collector of W. Diyision, 58 W,
WEBER JOHN H. & Co., straw goods and
millinery, 85 S. Water, up stairs
Webster & Baxter, produce and commission, 9
Week & Eschenburg, hosiery, cotton and wool-
en ware, 119 S. Water
Welts Alfred F., clerk Metropolitan Hotel
Wells, Curtis & Co., produce and commission,
Wells E. S., h 16 Adams
Welsh John, soap and candle factor, 47 Lasalle
Wentworth S. T., boots and shoes, cor Ran-
dolph and Clark, h cor Madison and Superior
WENTWORTH & FOLSOM, watches and jew-
elry, 22 Clark
Wentworth & Badger, produce and commission,
Wentworth Wm., h cor Madison and Superior
Wenzel Theodore, bds 57 Michigan av
Werner John, shaving saloon, 72 Wells
Western Path-finder, office removed 190 Lake
Wettstein John & Co., mechanic and gunsmith,
69 W. Lake
WETHERELL BROTHERS, millinery and
straw goods, 82 Lake, up stairs, see card
White Rev. F. W., 77 Lake, h cor Clinton and
White Henry A., bookkeeper R. Hatch, bds
WHITE ASA, commission merchant, 118 8.
Whiteley & Haseltine, bonnets, 157 S. Water
Whipple, Alley & Billings, boots and shoes,
161 S. Water
Whitney. S. S., produce, 47 N. Water
Widmayer & Wenzel, cabinet furniture, 229
Widmayer Geo. A., (W. & Wenzel,) bds 57
Wiggins & Paschen, furniture, &c., 858 State
Wiggins, Meech & Coventry, attorneys, 82
Wiggins John H., (W., Meech & Coventry,)
bds 120 Edina place
Williams, Thompson & Co., grocers, 21 S.
Williams Mrs., millinery, 146 S. Clark
Williams J. M., lumber, cor Canal and Monroe
Williams W. R., removed 134 Lake
Williams S. B., at 188 S. Water, h 24 Adams
Willits Elias, (Johnson, W. & Basse tt,) h cor
F/anklin and Whiting
Wilson John G., (Fletcher & W.,) bds 118
Wilson W. J., bookbinder and paper-ruler, 189
Windett A. W. attorney, 5 Custom House bdg.
Winter T. D., with ?. Swift & Co., room cor
S. Water and State
Wing T., rrrowbridge, W. & Swan,) h Sanga-
mon bt Madison and Monroe
Wiswall C. E., boots and shoes, 188 Lake
Wood & Best, lumber, W. side of S. Branch
Wood S. &. A. M., printers, 76 Lake
Woodbury Wm. H., attorney, 185 Randolph
WOODWORTH H. & CO:, lumber. Lumber bt
North and Old, S. of St. Charles depot gm'd
Wolcott Alex., county surveyor, 47 Lasalle
World's Safe Company, 21 Dearborn
Wright J. D., commission merchant, 114 N.
Wright W. & G., trunks, Ac, 217 S. Clark.
YATES & LYON, produce and commission,
cor Dearborn and Kinzie
Yerby G. W., real estate, 189 Randolph '
Young Miss, artist, over Ross & Foster's
Young & Werley, honse and sign painters, 94
Young Men's Association Rooms, rear Wash-
ington, bt Clark and Dearborn
WHOLBSALB Ain> BBTAIL DBALBB IB
OHOIOE BR-J^ITIDS OF
Imported Havana cigars
32 Dearborn St., opposite Tremont House.
HERRICK & KITTRIDGE,
TBA8 FROM CAROO SAIiBS & AT STXIW TOHK FKXCS8,
PUnCH^SJE ^JTD SUttMjJE OF tttt^UT^ ITOOX, ETC^
BILLIARD' 8 BLOCK, 118 SOUTH WATER STREBT, (Up Stalra.)
REFEB TO— E. I. TiBKHAM, Ghioago.
Lavlibs, Sum h BoiBS, <•
Nabob & Collibs,
J. P. Thobbdikb, Boston.
CHABI.B8 £. Hill fc Co., PhiladAlnhia.
OHAB. H. finB]r<
Or, S. HUBBARD & CO.
OFFICE, NO. 8 CLARK STREET.
BOYINQTON" & PIERCE,
LIVERY, BOARDING AND SALE STABLE
m REAK OF DOTFS HOTEL,
BETWEEN STATE AND DEARBORN STS.
> ' — »•••»
Extranee to the Office, through Doty't HoteL Fxiranee to Stable^ through
the AUey, next to the Theatre, oppoeite the Poet Office,
OOOB S8TA1LISH1IS1IT8 TUBITISHSD TO OBDSB OV BHOBT VOHOB.
T. M. BIBBABD.
G. B. ABBBT.
HIBBARD, ABBEY & CO.,
mn, 81 Am ai i®rte watsr strhst.
It^ Particular attention paid to the Sale of Produce, and prompt returns made for the same.
33. DB 3r !]B J3i £ jXT 6 3S o.
Beynolds, Ely k Co., ....Chicago,
H. Cook, "
J. B. Doggett, "
Avery, Upham fc Miller, Chicago,
Warner, Clark & Bater, "
Goes at Hoag, - "
B. T. OILL.
T. B. OILL.
GILL & BPtOTHER,
OFFICE, 257 SOUTH WATEB, NEAR MABEET STBEETi
OVER AVERY, UPHAM Sb CO.
Flint & Wheeler, Chicago. I WoodrulT k Co.,. ..New York. I Hudd fc Hughes, St. Loois.
James & Springer, " t Hening & Woodruff,. ...St. Louis. | Smyth & Gore, "
^w^. s. i^PE:ti3roEii,
NO. 104 HAFBOLPH STREET.
JaL jS Jr DBjSL DBjaTc^ DB S.
Wright, Medill A Co., Chicago Tribune.
Figh A Lee, Bnnkers, Bock Island, IlliaoiH.
Chubb firotherf!, Barrow & Co., Bankms, Darenport, Iowa.
A. Sanders, Editor Daily Gazette, DaTenport, Towa.
0. P. Wharton, Editor Daily AdverdRer, Bo< k Island.
Scrippa, Bross & Spears, Democratic l-ress, Chicago.
B. T. HTJKT.
O. B. eiLBS.
HTJISTT <fe GhlLES,
AND DEALERS IN
HIIDES, SEEDS. &C.
mmm mmu watke mh la sallk sts.
H. B. WXTHEBBtL. H. B. WETBBBBLL. 6. B. WBTHBBBLL«
WHOLESALE DEALERS IK
EMBROIDERIES, LACES & EDGINGS, SILKS, CRAPES,
GLOVES, MITTS AND ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS
82 LAKE ST., UP STAIRS,
OFPOBITB TBEMOST B0U8S.
14 MUiK 8TBBET,
ITTOH B. 8TA0T.
XDWABD V. THOMAS.
STACY & THOMAS,
Importers, Jobl^ers, and Oommissioii Hercliaiito in
IVO. 203 SOUTH WATER STREET.
S. S. B^SSETT & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
■ t ^.^^j
BRIDLES, COLLARS, WHIPS,
HORSE BRUSHES. CDRRY COMBS. FLY ITS. £. JC.
97 SOUTH WATER STREET
ADDRESS BOX «85 P. O.
UANUrAOTUBBD SOIiBLY BX*
WILLAM M. RIDEOUT,
WATER COOLERS, FILTERERS,
NO 91 CLARK STREET,
Opposite the Caart Houae.
NO. 78 DEARBORN STREET,
Near tbe post OfiEoe.
s ftpprotal of the raanj who have
used the "Maibb Fatikt" dnringtbe pnst season,
pUces it in tbe front rank of ALL Refrigenton
before the public, and has indaced the proprietor
to greatly extend his maDOfficturing faoilitiea. All
in nant of a Refrigerator (almoat indispensable in
Chicago,) can be BCCommodated with any site thej
PLANING AND FLOORING MILL AND MACHINE DEPOT,
Hos. 150 and 158 CANAL STREET, West Side.
WILLIAM M. RIDBOUT, - - • Proprietor.
ALL KIWBS OF PLAJflFG & SAWING
DOHE TO ORDER ABD OS SHORT NOTICE.
PLAINED LUMBER St. FLOORING ON HAND AND FOR SALE.
REFRiaSRATORS, ICIt BOSSS A CHESTS UannfiiotnTea to oraer.
NORCROSa & WOODWORTH'S PLANING MACHINES FOR SALE.
Saab, Door and Blind Machinerj, Circular Sawe, Mill Saws, &d., to. Also, Steam Power
and Boom to rant,
OFFIOB, 91 OLABX ST., BET. RANDOLPH &. DEARBORN.
JAMBS M'KIHDLST. CHA». W. CHORCH.
McEINDLET, GHUECH & CO.,
77 SOUTH WATER ST.
PECK & KEELER, - - PROPRIETORS,
(Adjoining Young America Hotel.)
MANUFACTORY, BRIDGEPORT, CONN.
Constantly on hand, Coaches, Rockaways, Buggies, Sulkies, Gigs & Harness of every description.
GREAT WESTERN MACHINERY AND PATENT DEPOT,
BIOHAEDS, ELLS"V\roETH & CO.
lACHINERY AND PATENT RIGHTS,
AGENTS FOR J. M. & G. B. FARAR'S CELEBRATED PLANING MACHINE.
Will supply, promptly, all orders for every variety of MACHINEEY and AGUIOULTUBAI.
IMPLEMENTS in general use.
STEAM ESrOINES, ' Portable and Stattonary, FILES, BELTINO, &o.
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W. O. OBOROK. R. CARMICHAKL.
^^. O. GKEOHaE & CO.,
(SUCCESSORS TO H. WHIPAKER,)
No. 75 SOUTH WATER ST.
KT- PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO ORDERS AND GOODS ON CONSIGNMENT. ,0
107 Bandolph St., corner Clark, 3d floor.
BAGS & sISsOFEVERY^m
Famished ipon the Shortest Notice and at the Lowest Marliet Prices.
The Designs for Branding are iVew, Original, and not to bf surpassed in the country/.
G. 1¥. ASHARD, Proprietor.
B. O. V0LLBR.
H. D. BOYDEW.
FULLER & BOYDEISr,
AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS
LOTS, UNOS, GROCERIES, DRY GOODS, JEWELRY, WORKS OF ART, 6C., &C.
■ SALES AT STORES & RESIDENCES PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
O. B. HOUOH
C. J. KSB8HAW.
C. H. fiKAWEKS.
OPPiaE, NO. 8 DEARBORN STREET.
Jo. ^W. BELL,
OORNER CLARK AND NORTH WATER STREETS.
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^nU\ti ^xchm^s^, (^oU, j^ll^r mi land 'Warrants
Collections promptly made in tiiis City and throughout the Went, and remitted f-
at the lowest rates.