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Debate in the British Parlia
ment on the Treaty of
Washington.
The EaP eror and Em P ress of
Brazil at London.
Grand Bevie-w of the French
Army at Longchamps.
inscription of the Recent «er
man Pageant at Berlin.
A Bitter Analysis of the Commune
by Mazziai.
GREAT BRITAIN.
THITSEITTIh' PARLIAMENT.
London, Jane 2.>.-lu the Uwuse of Lord?, to*
Lght.Lird craamore moved a resolution exprcaa
log ngtbt that the Queen bad been advised to sign
the treaty of Washington—a bar
gain so unbecoming tie honor
and dignity of the coonuy. Its conditions, bo
£a.J. were m coahl« with the instructions given,
were ahj ct and batniiutioc, and irritated Canada
without concilia*]eg America.
Lari Alt lie defended and praised the treaty.
Tte Earl of Lauderdale s»td it gave everything
to the United Sates without securing an equiva
lent to England.
Lord Eoophiou was eavefled with the compact,
btcause it would prevent fu’ere quarrel?.
Earl Granville closed tno debate with a vigorous
defence Of the action cf tue government.
The moilon or Lord Cranmoto was defeated
without division.
I& the Eouse of Cotcmm?, H *. Gladstone hoped
tr.at an e;*riy day would i»e Used for discussion of
the treaty ci '.rastloztoc.
Sir Charles De.ke opeced the question of a bal
lot. He denied that voting bj ballot had proved a
ftilnre in the United S’aue.
TLc debate was contl .tied bySlrS aHjrd|Xorth
cotc. Foster, Gladstone, and D.aracU until ad
journment.
nn\-.i /,r*rj-*o
The Emperor and E npress of Brazil arrived in
Lccdcn mu morning.
7UE LATk IHSTURIIN, GEOKG* OROTE,
bequeathed hla library to the London University,
of which he was, for tome years, President.
MABIKB.
LOhDOjr, June 23.—The steamships England and
Manhattan, from New Tort, touched at Queens
town to-day, and me lamalia arrived in me
Clyde.
SBBHICiN RKL3GIOKI3TS COIfPLfMKKTBD.
Losdok, Jant 20.—The del* gate* of the Ameri
can Evangelical Alliance to confer with the Czar
of Rossis. wtro banqueted at Richmond last eve
ning by the Erange leal Alliance of England.
Ttomos Hughes, M. P., gave mem a recepcoa
to-day.
TLe ts-Kmreror Nnwkoa visited London, and
has been re-elected a member of me Army aid
Nnvy Clot).
iDDlrvn
The Hit v ship City of Uagusa, from New York,
anlved to-esy,
TEKEIELB DISASTEIL
A boiler explosion octuircd at Kid’s Grovo to
»lav, occasioning the oestn of six men. Nineteen
officers were str oosij itju'ed.
going to germant.
London, June 29 —Tnt Prince and Princess ol
Wake ere abiut to pay a visit to Germany.
FRANCE.
TOB GRAND MILITARY REVIEW.
Pari?, Jon- vo— Evening.— Ta« review of the
a:mj a Lorgrhampß.tc*dsy, was a success. Noth-
Ire cctaitcd to mar us «llec r . A ! 1 the members
ot the ministry tnd Deputies of the Assembly
were picKnt. The troops showed much eaihuw
asm and repeatedly cheered. Thiers military
mods.b w.re conferred r>n Generals Vtsoy and
L'AdctiraDP, and a large number of promotions In
me Legion of Honor were announced.
The iv'rif denies that there la any truth in
tbetutso.ed triple alliance between Basils, Prus
sia, acd Austria.
GAMBKTTA,
in a speech at Borumux, protested hla loyalty to
the pr.'rcat goveromen .
ttjk tiAcnnss.
,U. tLttl.k’.'.'.
Pabxb, Jane 29.—Tae HcpniO tn Committees
have been unable to tgreo or- u «j jmhtoed ticket,
aid pnti.tan several «'•?..t’.r.-n Ikw. Tne election
cf Brclay, Chal.em, Luithuv. corboa, Harltson,
Lturcct, Picbnrt, iNodEtd. Schomemcr. Kteatep,
Teat atd I’rctj t- cop*id*.TCd certain. There are
151 candidates Horn the Arrcndisscment of the
8 Electoral meetings will te permtuod until Sat
urday.
The mcfiß of IL-caeiort nas become periods,
rnycicians bare held two consultations over me
Juce £9.—The trial of Rochefort
has been appointed frr Monday n»xr.
BBNTENrB OF COMMUNE LEADERS.
Marseilles, Juce 23—The court martial in
session tore baa pronounced the following sen
iclces: Cicmicox ana Pe'ibier. deem: Dados,
llarttr, Hotter?, Breton, and cacturt, transpo’.-
talon to tea years' .abor in the galleys; Ebrard,
ten yebik* imprisonment, six oi me accused nave
been at quitted.
Versailles, June t9.—in me Assembly yester
day, M- Ponyar Qaertier s ate-i that m less man
six bonrs tbe agents of me Treasury collected
i li o.oi o,( eo of francs for me new loan, of whlcb
Pans suasciibcd 2,w.vc0,000. Ibu provinces
nave tot all been beard trots, and the total
amount of tbe subscriptions bad not been ascer
tained. • Tie Minister of Finance, commenting
- upon me fact, naid: *• Tins state of things enables
tbe (• overnmen*- to hasten th« deliverance of tbe
C'lUt’tn. \Vi* stall tot wail forme dates fixed by
He treaty at Fiaukfoiu bo; abEU pay the indem
nity installments at once.*’
GERMANY.
AS AMSX-TY.
Heflin, Jane an Toe Emperor ba» grantod
amtesty to all naUveaof Alsece and Lorraine
und«t eentenue to? pom.cn or military offences
net cctnninf d wire rrdina’y crimes.
REDUCING THS NATIONAL DEBT.
Berlin. June 29 U'troaik boa called m tbe
flret of si.ito.WiO of ibe German bonds, the in
terest oi which will cease on the Ist of January
rn.it,
JJISEKS* RIOT.
Berlin, June 29. remote riots have occurred
among me miners la the Imperial Iron Works in
blitals. Tbe office of the Superintendent of the
mints ard the prison were destroyed by tbe Hot
els, who then commenced plundering ibe Jewish
rcsldcn sof thelowrs Toe Uhlans were called
on t'* pat down tbe net, «nd chared tbe streets.
klUire Brten of the mlnerp, wounilicg mlrty and
arresting Blxty. Martial law has been pro
claimed.
WEST INDIES.
APrOINTMXST.
An UiAJ MA.'Aa
Kingston, Jam., Jane 29.—Mr. Rushworth,
Colonial secretary of .Wms’ca. nas been appointed
Governor of the west India confederation, and is
to rtfcldo a: Antigua.
a REVOLT IMPENDING.
St. Pierre, Martinique, -inne 80.—The wan*
qiuilty that seems to pievMl la only supernctau
Tee inhabitants arc ail r*-a«tv for a revolt. One
baa betn condemned to d~atn oy the government,
thirteen sentence! to imprif ouuicnt tor life, and
three to imp-Uoninetii tor iwcuti years.
Fisoct.ti; MURDER.
Trinidad, June so,— A leaning merchant mur
dered a friend Decease ne refused an inflation io
breakfast.
utvakiao ■« _
ANNEXATION IN RAN DOMINGO.
San Domingo, .Tune 29.—Business is doll, and
disturbances coutu ue on tne frontier. Tfte (»ei
men residents are ursine nanesailoa to mo Unit*
e<i S’Ette. aid, U 1* raid, with tao approval o. the
German Government.
CHINA.
THE WAR IN COREA.
New York, Juno 89.—There is nothing In addi
tion to :ha* already telegraphed In the fol.owing
special despatch, but u is the las: received re
gurding the conflict btiwten oar forccj and the
Coreacs:
“London, June Ri— A despatch to Uo BrltUh
Gove-rument, dated Shanghai, to-day. contains
the following Unpreantlutormuioo: It Is stated
that the United states naval forces, wttlch we<e
recently treacherously Qren upon by the Coreans,
fatllrg to receive any apology fer the outrage, de
cided upon coercive mrasutea. According'y they
attacked the Coreaa siniighoiloa the island of
Htnchoa, wnlch they captured and destroyed at*
ur a desperate Btrucglc. Tne losses *uatatned by
tne Coreins were very Urge in killed acd •rtia«i
cd, while those ot me Americans consisted of one
officer and two men Ruled, and seven wounded.
ITALY.
A COaVUMINTARV TISIT.
June —Tfif* Major ol Fiorenca has
paid a compiitnen’ary vMttotte Atabasasdors
wbose prerctcs Has coao ed F.oreaco wlil.e It
tiu btcn ihe capital rf Ua’y.
KATIFIED.
iwua tbv*
TheSera’eSiaaratiflea me treaty ot commerce
rlta tbc Halted States, and aito me bills taatlcg
prevision for me public rateiy, and for me unifi
cation of tbc dfbu
ARHIST OF A COS? PIBATOB-
Tfcc Arcabiinop ot ro’.iaw r.aa t>eco arrested ta
Rome on a charge or coniptracy.
RUSSIA.
SEwfTArm PcrrßtssßD.
wr riTKKtBCiio. done 'i'.*.—Tha lioulaa Gov*
ornnent tiu enaptoded the posUcalUa ol me
S g£,r%. for clsobcdicnce to me law
against jibdicus language conccrmrg me coaiu
tnicd autboTlilcf.
SPAIN.
THE FIWASCIS. _ „
V»T)EID Jcne 29 —I I >* U*l‘«Tcd t&at iSe Cortes
.uomniea W Senor
ilorcu
rKBS°NAt«
Tbe Ktugletoreceire M. DarUl tcnl*y.
EXIBACIS FBOM FOEEIOH FILES.
Biectil Dr»i atchlo The Chicago Tr.bune.
aiazziM os raa cokmcs*.
Yonk Jme 89 -M»mnl bas an article In
“«S- ?
farv. of vtugeai.ee, and of blood,
which Parts pm offered as a spectacle to t ne wor.d,
votU§CUcuirßoulwltb dtspair.If we bad merely
m opinion and not a faltb. A pcop.e wa.-
icwb about as If cirnot, raging against itself
with us teeth, and lacerating R* limbs
wblle bowling triumphal cries; *klcb dances
an infernal dance before the grave it bat dog
SttMowa uadi; «elcs Blli,«oittr», m»J.
crime. -l:sou Bcas?, aim, or Lope.
IJSSb TOClWte, tie me I«Jl woo sou ore to ou
om Site tclote me cjc. ol toe tottlga roe. as.loit
n-S linra tu to mloo ol lotoool me most Oania
Hi S tmt'l hell. Tbe dotOE, 01
2S oitlM to Fr.ucc, Mizztol Mf.,
““ -JSJj 0, Kivimc ferocity, o; , tm
more cowscterlstlc ol
“Hr ass-aisssss jss
FiHfe's was? °^s“sfc
SfelS cootd ootr«.efl- .e.,e
Comtoune, Md tore-J me y.njnl bc
lic me ancleot J“F O, f“J JJJjJ, RepoScM
IMiHE.It.VO ACCOCST OF Ttt, OIMIif TBlFW
raoEasr. _.. .. o,#,
D A Berlin correspoaceut -f St the fameni
Tdf t jra T h these panicuisrs Of the rameu.
"A* cou.mcmora;ive of German victo
i« n little interval, and then c °™® 'Avaal
of biticry—Bismaik, Mo;Ue, and RootuJJ
kMffipestncui gnttot entering
no sudden squall to die away at opceifwtbwe,
behind them, me solitary centre of
P'ctare, tides Saieer Wilhelm Mmnlf, uprtgbt
«?,
CbJorni, &Ed OT bis war borae, •
Rtbina LUO ride tbe Field Manualsiof tbe
*njai toase, tbe crown Ptlnoe ol Germany, look*
Ids every inch a Prince and a soldier, on a chest*
tut horse—acdPrtoos Frederick Charter, heavy-
browed, stalwart, and square, with his firm,
ttiorg teat on me bright bay charger. Follow*
Ins these, the central figure* of the parcs nt « come
a great bevy of Prince*, totals of iheEmcror
md personal staff, ctlttenng in rarted ormiaut
rnifotmt, end making a gallant ahow.
Behind three cone the under otfl
ora of verted Qznnau nationalities,
beaming the si oils of war, the eagles and colon.
As he wheels under the gat*, wiiheim carta a
look back at these prizes snout to rasa under a
•uuc'O’C once by the armies of the ni
t'on from whfinhla armies h*d taken them now,
fir the men who took then, with steady tramp,
came, lanrel-crowto i—mo stalwart iota iirr-m -n
of the guard, suggesting memories or an Privet,
Gironne Stairs, Pierre Fitte, and L*B target. As
tbev look np, they see around them,
bv the gale, the bltzoaed records
ata emblems of their servlets before
Pstia. Ah. the dimes may ra tie and the music
swell, bnt the m’ghiy volume or chairing quells
the li-stxamtDtal sounds, end ro. amid hurrahing
end waving of handle chief* and clapping of
hards, the long anaconda of fighting meu drags
ns lei gth through the Historical Giie. On pass
teg inrcugh the gate t&e Emperor halted to
r. cctve on additas of congratulation
trem the bevy or beilla roung ladles,
Bid kissed the speaker, Mias Balagar.
AtlheheMiortoe L'n-tn, be received an ad
dress from the Burgomaster, accompanied by
the magistrates. Down the Linden, under the
Vic ory Columns, and between the captured cat
our, oatkfcd by & sea or hutnatity. namg in
billows to tie tom or the homes, put palaces,
untvnity, acd Opera Houv, to where old Mar*
sbal V. rwans “ • tmts Inbrotiift.” Here, under
U:o shadow of me tugged old warrior,
with me Relcbsag run; in a bank behind,
me Kaiser wbrc.a ms bo s«—Prince*, Generals,
cueitr. end BtpfT on cither side of mm—and leu
r »st O'pimsrclipmwxD. Lite a moving waP,
the men bo by la companies. In melt bait rqasd
rour. the horsemen make a gallant *how. from
tbeterrace ofibe Imperial Scbloss, royal beauty
shown iu amlles and greetings on tbe conquerors.
Tte front of tbe Emptroi’s palace is a’so crowd
ed with the it dies ol th* Geitaan
loyai and princely bouse?. Tbe tribune
between it and the Opera Ilonse U, perhaps, tbe
moat brilliant or all with atgmie,-cp, borne and
foreign, me members of the diplomatic corps,
e*c Toe recess of the university oppos-te is one
bu«e tribune, iu which are many A nencaas. Oa
tboaiueaai, between tbe pilaco aid tbe Opera
House, tta r d arranged the officers of the garrison
noipaiilcipßT;Klßtbtproce«hloa. Opposite are
tbe members of tbe imperial Italian depu
tailor, ar.rt many doctor?, ambulance dl
rtctotp, civil officers cooueceJ with tbe
war, administration, etc. As tbe
ijocps match past, tom*-, whenever tbe Soniosa
bridge, wheel away snd are no more seen: others
bred to the right and take up positions in serried
flics in tbe Just-gancn, lo.mmg grasualr three
rides of a square, with the yet anvellcd statne of
William the Third in the centre. In fro.l
r-f me Bahtins men and tbe masicuns,
and me trumpeters, in three facts.
lon the open face cf me iquate, fronting me
Sch’.osE. etsrd the bearers of me captured tre
nds. The raised and open ball of the Museum,
beyond all, is full ol the medalled vo’eran mvil
ids r.i me oil wait, ol yeomen of me palace, and
of thelroyal gendarme*. Tbeteau ter.
I race, Inficnto* me Schlois, are packed witbom. ,
' cels of tne guards and garrison. Around the [
statue on the atere-and clo*e ov.gradu illy collects
dense croups of Ministers and Councillors of but?,
muncipair, clerics, Ac. And now, after less mar
shalling than might have been expected, Pnnce
Augustus of Wnrtemberg, the commander of the
parsec, ild s past the statu? of Germania Into
lac ScMcm to tell bis master that all la ready.
Tncn tbf Emperor, with bia sn'ie or Princes, en
ters me fqoare, and takes np a position under
an awn’cg between the two fountains. AS
Wilhelm comes, me troops present arm?, and me
rxsieisor tbe uo,.u »Hi»v mem down a; me foot
of tbe statue, Thtrclsaloud and sustained roll
of Alums, and, as mis dies away, the cathedral
chclr bursts out into a hym-. This over, tbs
Chaplain General, standing oa the steps or toe
monument, offers up a abort prayer. There is
another blcttrof tb« diums, and then Bissau
approaches tbe Emoeior, and is under
stood to bo at tine bis permtsslm
tiat the fi'Btoo benuvlloi. Wijnelm makes a
cestnre of arsent. Ibsmaik waves Ms hand aa
% fc'cpbl, tbe canvas fails from the statue, me
druccpron, the trumpets blare, the stand trdi of |
tbe gustos are lowered oa tbe statue, the troops
mesett aim", and burst in volleys of cheenpg.
The air is mil of dlo. Tor a salute of ICO
cannon is being end, and the canrch
b<tstircsk inmnuitlmous ringing. .Oct of ms
tuimoii the nations! air icsolv.s itself with dir
flcnltv, while trie Empetor, beimrt m ba-.d, ap
nioscsci bis father's statue, and walks round un
siilnsly. He men msdi me following address:
“ What wo projected amid me most prefund
p*ace 1* cf.mpieud; what we had bored to uc
vcM in the prefenneest pearc—this Btarae
n«s tow iwr'me a memorial of the close of on’ of
the c ost glonoui, though most Banguluary. wi-?
of moctro mi ea. if tu« to wnom sc erect
this a'atuc, cou d see ua now, be would be wea
saiufltd with hispiople a d his army. M%y me
D»?ce which we hive achieved by so many sacri
fices bt lasting. We mutt all da cur part mat It
may be so. Got grant it.”
TIiOCUC OS TEKSISCB OP PARIS.
Tbe latter part of Trrcau’s n;9*o y o.
tb- note of Pans and l»s defence msy
to thus connate-: ’‘lie bad no
bcpis of auccess when be uoderrook me
lark, cgpecleuy aiicr me battle of ChatilHU, Sep
umber is. showed him wtiaimitcruls bis army
coisieUd of. Bat then be tv ped that Bid wou.d,
pcibcpf, come from ah:cad; that America would
rtmenot-r Lafayette; that England wen.d re
member l-.ktnnan; mat Italy wcnll nol .b* ofc ,*
Uvloca of so’.fermo. One of the greatest dlfflcul
tics he bad to codeia with was be could not get \
me Parmana to believe in the reality of tbe
Blege, ana even bis cor-eagncs In tbe Government
of me National Dtfenre. not b'dcg n«ed to Invest
ment, were worrying him to dea-.u astowba - . ne
meant to do. He bud a plan, which wvi suggest
ed by General Ducrot,ta maren on lloaen with
60 too cf bsbsstmcr, while false attacks were
made in other directions; and duse
were frustrated by trio news cf the acci
dental triumph of me A*ray of tbs Ldre
and me ptresute put upon Mm to make a sortie in
that eirvctio", wmcb be proved unable to wtin
stonrt, and lc« him to abandon his original pun.
end cgtt at viliitrs and Cbarop-goy. U nen he
wißseiitortaume.lt was too late; me Prussians
wtie in pueEcssion of tbe Valley cf me Seine.
Telegraphic llrcTilic*.
Tbe CsllCfTStatea steamer Kansas, from tbe
Soutbcra Squadron, is ordered to Fortsmoutb,
N. 11-for quarantine, and la suyposed to nave
ytliew fever on board.
Horace Greeley and Colonel Taggart have
b«n mv.tui by the Oregon Agricultural Society
to uu me visitors at the agricultural fair in tbe
autumn wbat tbey know about tannin g.
—Tbe body of Norris S. Kulgbt, of Chicago,
drowned at Cincinnati on Tuesday night, we*
founlyc9ierday,;balf a mile Jtom where It went
down, Tbe remains left ror Calcago last night.
—Repails stato that a tornado waa experienced
la VisiLT County, N V .Wednesday evening. Trees
were uprooted, fences destroyed, and a ditto r
sect.on of crops mined, Tbe roof of a barn was
blown nearly naif a mile.
—At the annual commencement of the ind’ana
Suit University, at Blcomingtoo, lod., on Wcd
ncedev evening, Senator Morton delivered an ad
ditsa’to the alumni, m which he came out
strongly for woman soHrage.
—C. O. Pareonf, of McHenry County, HL. has
been appointed a member of the Slate Board of
Euoaliza 100 for the Twenty-third District, la
rjiftcc ot Hod. VT. A. McConnell, who vacated the
effice by accepting a *eat In the Legislature.
—Edward Bytes, formerly of Russelvilie, Ky.,
was murdered at a mcnlc, on Wednesday nignt,
lour muea below Memphis, by a Jealous tlvai
named Early Eauim. wm> wa.ked up behind blm
and shot him tbtongn me head, menfl'diotte
wco?o.
—All Is qnlct tn the Amador County,CaL,mines,
under me protection or tbe military. Tne mines
are stalling op with new men at the old rates.
Tne proprietors are de'crmined never to employ
the men ccfinected with mo Leigue, whlcb com
pelled me suspension oi work.
—Tte third trial of ex-M»yor Gaboon, of Rich
mone.Ya., for complicity in forgery, wasconclod.
td las; evening, the Jury finding him guilty, with
recommendation to Executive clemency. He
wbi sentenced to two years in the Penitentiary.
The Jury wU call on the Governor tc-say in his be-
halt.
—The officers and Directors of the Soathcrn
Ccitral Rai'road, now rannicg from Athens, Fa.,
to Weedsnort, N. Y., ninety-five mlice, visited 0»-
wccoon Wednesday, and Fair Haven on Tnors
and will today decide whlcn place la to bo
ttctetmiata of their road, which will be com*
pletcd mis year.
—Thesiesmcr Ida llces, of the Narlhwcstem j
Tra: soortation line, wnicn was rcceniiy punk in 1
ihe Upptr Miearurl had on board 15),ooo
pounds cf bacon and it.oro pounds of sugar for
ihu government tana Indian sunpitcs for Grand
U.ver. A portion o! the bacon was eaved, bus the
engsrwas all lost.
—A meeting of sc*o persona was held at the
Turner Hal'. Cincinnati, to tnte ac tan relative to
ue ptcstnl aspect of >he Sandav-'aw quest on.
The meeting was composed principal y of brew
ers, sa'oo: -keeper*, and clear dealers. Long res
oloticna were adopted decinncjr in f .vor or repeal,
ard.tr tr.e .aw* are to be enforced, f .voting a
uLiiuim tnloicemca; against ail kinds.l occupa
tion*, itclndicg the ru-clng of street cirs, mils
and ice wagcn«, A commiito- wa« appointed to
presfti ti c icso.nuona to the Connell and Mayor.
—The CornectiiQt Senate, bv a vole of 12 to 6,
Mbsid icsolmlona, on Jnne 29. appropriating
joor cco for me new State noose In Hartford, and
eUaonzitg the ci'j of Hartford to appropriate a
turn cot exceeding U.o-.0.000 toward the same,
the State appropiiatioa not to be nssd until toe
dry hsF fa-nished an equal sum. A resolution
appointing Governor Jewell, Senator Buckingham,
Eon. \vm. D. Bishop. Hon. Wm. H. Barnum. and
Judge \V. D Shipman Commissioners to superin
tend the erection cr the State House, was also
passed.
—is delivering the address before two literary
toddies at the Vl-gmla Ualvcnarr, General
Aloh»ns Baker, of Alans mi, said: la the late war
ihe South only attempert to indicate her own sense
of Tight, and for this the was anathematized.
Those who were her enemies are now her trlecds
and c:ai>p needs in ladi«tolnbie union. □« coco
celled the Southern youth to oneytheuws. no
matter how objectionable they mignt be. racy
were, in some scow, like sausages—very good
in their way, bat would be disable cable la the
aonths ot their manufacturer*.
Oil has been struct at Strea’or, HL, by ths
VcnmiUon Coal Company. It appear* that a blast
had been pot in below He coal, tor the purpose ot
r.rticgasanp at the foot of the shaft, and.
when the roct was blown out, theo'l began to
flow quite freclr, a d is Increasing np to the
rtes^nttime. Aboard has been placed acres*
th*- dram, where me water is tumei after lifting,
atd several kegs fi led with oil by the workmen
employed about mo mines, which is but a trlOo of
wr.a: rwabecn raised.
—The semi-annual convention of the Northern
Ohio Christian Association i« now in sessioo in
Mansfield. A gooolr number of minister* and
lay members are present. An interesting pro
gramme is before the body. The nature of the
convention is that of an Institute In which Bible
questions, tbeo oslcai and prsrttca’, are discuss
ed ins a school ot the prophets, la which ail
the cxercls* s. sermon*. ac-t assays arc subjected
to revcw and criticism, for. tatl instruction in
Bible knowledge. The ac*slu>* arc growing la
interest. Tae contention will close on Thorsdsy
I nI P tT - _
—Tbe Coroner’s jury in the case of the Hal
lowell Railroad collision rendered a verdict nat
ite accident vu caused by tbe neglect of tbe
connector of tbe train, Charles Merrill, to observe
tbepnn'rd roles and regulation* which govern
the running of trains, air. Merrill, conductor,
testified, very frankly and honestly, that It was bis
neglect that canted tbe accident: that be bad
some trouble with a passenger on board, who re
fused tn pay bis tare, canting bln to forget that
tbe tram was no*, running on its canal time, and
atQalloweU be signalled tbe engineer to proceed:
be thought of tbs mistake an ins ant before tbe
alarm w&s sounded.
—ln tbe UnltedSuics threat*. Coart at SU Paul,
tbe J iry, late on Wednesday mah r , retarued a ver
dict of 5U.000 and cos's and four years’interest
Inibe esse of Welde Brother* against the Home
Insurance Company, of New York; tbe Interna
tional Company, also of New York, and tbe North
Anglican insurance Company, of Pauadeipbia.
On Thursday, on the motion of defendant* for a
new trial. Judge Dillon deetdea to grant a now
trial, unless plsmUfli moved to accept settlement
on a tasla of ibree-flftb* of tbeir claim as
awarded by tbe Jury.
—A mceclDg of the editors of tbe Seventeenth
Congressional District of Ohio la tn session a;
Alliance, wltb tbe view of forming a permanent
orgsmrauon. A. McGregor, of the Sta*k County
Drrßoercf. presides, and Mr, Kobt.Mosgrove.cf
tbe Colombian Reaver, !• Secretary. A constuu
timi was reMrted by a committee, and adopted,
nroarlZfil hr ElfCtldg J. K. RtkeTDrOu, Ol VBC
B*{SPTesldent; B*o M?
tbe Canon Frtt Prof, ffl M Q
K.e, of the Alliance
Foster, of tbe Weliaville I man, Trcaanrer.
—TbomaaßeUiey. who escaped
Penitentiary, on October S, ib*9, “d.who was w
rested at Pniianelpbia. two w «ka sgo, and taken
to Springfield. O.aa Charles Scott,one of tae
murderer* nt Daniel llertz’cr. which crime was
commuted on October to. IS4T. wa* brought be
fore judge Dial, atSprmgflsid, 0.,0n Jane«B. on *
writ of ftaf>*a* frrjm*, on application of Winer
Waabbum, Warden cf tbe JoUet PanitenUiry. a
persistent effort was made to ideuafy Wmas
Scott, bat, tbrcogb the efforts of Mr. Washburn
he was proved to be the man Rellley. lie was
wiven In charge of tbe Illinois officer, who returo-
E, wltb bim last evening. GreatcredltlsdaeMr.
WMbbnin for tbe able manner m wblcb he fol
lowed up »ad aecured tbe prisoner.
VOL. 24,
WASHINGTON.
The Corean Affair Discussed at
the Cabinet Meeting.
Ex.Scnator Warner Appointed
Collector of Customs
at Hoblle.
A Prolonged Interview Between Bout-
well and Fleasonton.
major General HartfuUTPlaccd
on the Retired List,
An Editor Declines t.'ie Commission*
eraliip of Agriculture.
Special Dcfpateb to The Chicago Tribune.
TUI CaBtKST UKITING.
’ Wasoikotos, June *9.—The cabinet meeting,
t-Miay, vu attended by all the Secretaries except
r'ah and Delano, me latter being represented, re*
spcctlvely, by Hunter and Co* an. Contrary to |
general expectation, me Boutweii-Pleasonton dit*
Acuity was not even almded to, tie principal time
being devoted to the discussion of nominations.
Corcan matters came in lor on» l notice, but the
President bod no special instructions to give to
the Secretary of the Nary on tftii subject. It was
regretted mat Commodore Rodgera bad been
compelled to take auch severe measures, and
thn». perhaps, wholly prevent commercial rela
tions with tbeCoreses; but, fromtbe advices re
ceived, no opinion further man tbla was expressed.
Tbe President left lor Long Branch to-night, and
Secretary BontwcU will start foruroionon Sit
erday.
TUB MODILB COLLtCrOBSmr.
The President, to-day, broke through me bonds,
which custom has heretofore rendered very strong,
and appointed ex-Senator Warner Collector of
Customs at Mobile, in spite of thepsrtlstcnt oppo
sition ol Senator Spencer. The President and
Cabinet have, throughout the contest over the
Alabama oihcei, believed mat the friends of War
ner should be sustained, as best atted for me offi
ce* which were tn dispute, bat Spencer constancy
plead his right as a Senator to dictate the appoint
ment, and so strong has this claim of a Senator be
c mo that there was great reluctance to ignore it
in this case. Three appointments were made in
Mobile, all of Spencer** selection. It speedily ap
peared that me interests of the government bad
net been closely caniu'.ted, and, finally, me de
mands of Spencer determined me President to act
as he deemed best for the government and me
sure. Tae result was me appointment of Gcnr
jal Warner.
TUB BOARD OP STEAMBOAT INSPECTORS
has decided to hare one of each of the moat va’n
able inventions submitted for Its consideration
thoroughly tested in each of the divisions. He
portswill be required upon the performeu-o of
each invention at the winter meeting of the
board.
CAPTAIN DAVENPORT,
the Treasury clerk who shot Justice Wall, was tc
d.y admmedTo ball. Wail’s recovery being now
coLifidertd cttisir.
ÜBCTBNAST M’KSK,
tilled in the late tight la Corea, was a native of
Kentucky, and leaves a widowed mother In Louis
ville. His father was a volunteer officer in the
Moslem war from Kentucky, acd was killed
there. The ton graduated at the Naval Schoa’,
with benor, tu 1V,6. There la very little official
cu'hniia*mover Rodgers’ battle felt here.
1 1 o the ae-oeUted Prc-e 1
TUB TRKAACET DELIOATIOS AD ROAD.
WAaniNGioN, June 29.—A private letter from
Co o;nc. dated June 10, meniluns that General
Spinner and party tad been to Belgium and Hoi
lan-, end were on tnclr way to Berlin- The Gen
eral’s health la unprnviar.
AITOINTMBNTS.
The foVowing app.iiutments were made byltaa
President to-ony: Wm. U. Hamer, Commissioner
nf customs: Lenls H. Douglas?, member ot me
L'gis'atlve Connell of lbs Dlstrct or Columbia;
K'rttrrtßC W. Utile, of New Mexico, Wilson IL
Gtiram and Hear, Frobosco, ot Ohio, Commis
sioners under me net to provide lor me centan-
Dial celebration of independence at Philadelphia;
ex-UnltedSiaitß tScnawr Willard Warner, Col*
lector of customs at Mobile, Ala , in place ot Dr.
Miller, of Washington. D. c.
ll&icci Is a resident of Pittsburgh, Pa. and son
of Townsend Haines, formerly Register of the
T Thc D Prcsldcnt has appointed Joseph b. Webster,
of Pennsylvania, Agent for tne Indians of the
Sintee Sioux Agency; Lewis B, Braanear, of
omo. Register of me Lind office in mo Pembina
Lana District, Dskota.
HI CIVIL SSRVIC* COMMISSION
mtt tiyday. Tbe session, like yesterday v, waa
occupied wtib an informal interchange ot opin
ions. Tbe members express themselves hopeful
o! attaining satisfactory conclusions. Tne com
mission has appointed a phonographic clerk, and,
for tbe present, will cold sessions dally.
JCiTICE FIELD,
of the Supreme court, will leave for California,
accompanied by his wife, next Monday.
A TREASURY INTERVIEW,
After the Cabinet meeting, this aftemofin.
Commissioner Pleasanton bad a long interview
wimthe President, and afterward proeeeded to
tbe office of Secretary Bou'.weil, where Ute two
bad an extended consultation. Al
though nothing poalilvo concerning u
transpired, the belief is mat it had reference to a
clearer undemanding of their rrspectiva duties,
as ins known mat too President la fiiendiy to
both gentlemen, and desire*mat more shall be a
htimoulcus administration of all business or me
department.
TUB KC-KLUX INVESTIGATION.
M. S. Whittaker, a lawyer ot Meridian, Miss.,
testified before me Ku-Klux Committee to-diy.
lie swore be did not believe in tbe existence of
Ko-Klux. The clUEicsof bis Siitawero law
abiding, and disposed to protect the colored
people In all their rights. The non at
Meridian were, in his opinion, tbe
result of the teachings of bad men
ot both parties. To show that outrages denomi
nated Kn-Kiuxlcg were sot confined to members
ot any one political party, ho witnessed instances
that gave evidence in relation to the case of
bumpier Couatv, Ala., where a white Republican
frbroi teacber, named Price, with the assistance
of several colored Republican?, nearly whipped
to death Adorn Keonard, Doputy Sheriff, who was
a EO a colored Republican.
CITIZENS’ MEETING.
A large public meeting was neid at the Board of
Trade room?, this evening, to protest agattm mo
bill pending tn me Legislature of ms Dinrlct,
autbonzlcg the issue ot <430.000 of the city T per
ettt geld bonds, tbe proceeds to be expended in
public wotkr.
r.w*tniT nioT^rrc
hssb'en mired, wuhiaeiruUranE of Major Gee*
craim the United States Army.
THE TREASURY.
Secretaiv Bnn’wtU w.U leave for his home this
evening. Aisstant Secretary UarxireU will be
AcCne Secretary dating ht« absence.
REVENUE RECEIPTS
Tne grand total or’in’.ernni revenue rccelpa for
the Cs ■ tl year np to date it f U4,2~5,053.
RESIGNED
Sattoel o*charj, Surveyor of Customs atOma*
hs. lias resigur/.
BOWEN.
It ts bciitved the P.istdcnt bar declined to par
don Bowen.
BARON OEROLT, . .
Prussian Minister. to-day took formal leave of the
Pre id rat, the usual complimentary addresses
belcg exchanged.
DECLINES.
I>m:ip 1L Frcar, of the Germantown (PM TVk*
nrujh, decline?,for persons!, not l mines *. reaaons,
Ibr position o: Cammtisioner of Agriculture, ten*
nercd tlm by President Grant.
mu Bor«wau--rt*xsosTOv nißßoauo
Kew York, June 20.—The Trtbvnt'* Wainlng
nn correspondent telegraphed last evening:
“Among me first to call on me President atte.
Ms anlvai yeaterdiy, was General msaMoron,
with a written statement of his quarrel with o?c
--rctirr Boat veil, which he bad, daring_the la*,
fewdaya, on pared with great care. Falling_to
ree the President on bis first vu.:, he way obliged
to so to the White House a second and a third
time. General Pleasanton claims that, from me
to manoaof *he government, certain dunes are
intrusted to the heads of bntctns with which me
Secretary of the Department, nor any one else,
has been allowed to interfere, and mat thli was
occtoaTT. in order that too mnch power shall not
be entrusted to one man. lie aays mat former
Secretaries of me Treasury have attempted to re
verse decisions of weir bureau offleera, bat have
been overruled by the President la almost every
important instance, lie quotes, as an example. a
case where me Comptroller to me Treasury Da
paruneot, wnoae decia-on was reversed by me
Secretary of me Treasury, appealed to General
; Jscnon, and m which me lauer decried that
I vu ither me Secretary nor th * President ever bid a
1 n.'ht to revise me Comptroller's wore. General
Plcssonlna claims mat at :he orsaaiataou of the
Interna! Revenue Bureau it was made more
irdfptndect of me secretary than any or
the others. and that very organic act desenotng
me Commissioner's dorks, mates no provision
for inrcrrHoa by me Secretary. He claims, mo,
that me whole dun of leglilauoa since me bu
reau was established has been to increase mo
powers of the Ccmmlsunncr, and to mare ms
ofike more independent la a conversation he
seemed positive mst when the matter is In ly up
derstoed hr the President, it will b« decided in
bis favor. . .
•• St ere’ary Boutweli, on the other hand,
6ftmi to feel vert secure in the position he has
X«v»»n and is in no hnrry to troub.e the President
avutthe matter. lie did not go to me
White House yesterday, and will no*,
probably, tale pains to defend himself,
unless it shall prove necessary. He act*
although be believed be bid done nothing but
what his dure at the bead of hts department re
quired r.lm io do. and has. therefore, no occasion
to lastlfyhla action. When me use comes, how
ever, he win probably deny entirely Genera)
ricesonton'a claim as to the independence *• • oe
Internal Reverae Barean, and that t* ***
ever been any hgtsiauoa tending a: all ti.«. ■rar..
•• nil almost me universal opinion hem mat
matten hare now gone ao far mat, mouth mo
President might sincerely desire it, a recon lua
ticn will be impossible, and that one or the other
of me two effleera will surely have to resign.
Oecerai picaroEton’sconTemuonoeemaTomdl
cate that in case be is not sustained he win resign
ttcnce.and ttoae who know tie Secretary be*:
positive]? awert mat tewlllno: retaalntfme
Commissioner does."
WISCONSIN.
A Doable Tragedy at BlacK Earth
—SenatorXarpcbtcr serenaded#
SwklU Despatch to The CMesgo Trihnoe.
Mawson, Wi»., June ».—The village of Black
Earth, twenty miles west of here, is highly ex
cited over a fearful, double tragedy, oc carting
iboe ibis forenoon. Charles Sacndcrs, a carpen
ter, bally demoralized by drink, killed
bis wue and then himself. He
bad eo m-trca’ed and threatened
biiwiie that she bad sned for a divorce, and on
bit muiirp to p&y m«) Eult-mon-v ne wa* arrest
ed and counted uu me money'was paid. Las;
nigbi, after comuUiog bis lawyer here, and drink
ing heartily, be went nome.-mranaied with ilqnor
and what he regarded as me indignity pot on bin.
Tni* morning be entered bis wife's millinery store,
and with apiaioisbot Mis. blunders twice—one
bail entering her face, and tbe other bet neck,
ne then fired two shots at hi* mother-in-law, Mrs.
Fisher, but sba protected her seif with a ebair.and
escaped. Tfie neighbor! came to me rescue, and
wen.-d ptobtbly hare lynched him on
tbe spot, tot be ran Into bis dwelling bouse, ad
joining, atd Into tbe ceUer, wnere be aaot him
self. dtlng ftlmoil instantly, Mra. Saunders was
still alive at last account*, bnt smting tut, and
cannot live. Six children were made orphans by
the wnibie affair.
—Senator Mat'., n. Carpenter was serenaded
last night, by a band composed entirely of colored
men, sod made a brief and eloquent speech, re
ferring to the manntr In which the blocks nil
been elevated, and the prgrtsa they had made in
the last few year*, and olgnly oomp'lmented the
colored people for the manner m which
thty were improving their advantages, ue
crnla not avoid giving the newspapers a
dig, which is emitted nr.m his published speech.
The catered people of Washington, he said, took
more Washington pipers than tae whites; our,
t ocs dernjg watt poor papers some of ibe a were,
he old not know as that was creditable after all.
There were but few people present at thedemon
atrauen, and- no one’s vanity was particularly
datwred but that of the colored folks.
POLITICAL.
name Republican State Convention
Benommailon of covenier Per>
Me., June, 29,-Tae Maine Republi*
can state convention for nominating a Oivernor
convened tb>« morning. The convention 'U
called to o'fler b yJwaea 0. Blaine, A, U. Walter
was electee Chairman, and ?. t. Simoatoa and
H. T. Ofgood, Sicrnianes: wo delegate! were
present.
fi dcey Pcr6Knw»r r i:oniinated for Governor,
by acclamation. Be mane a brief address, ac
ceptmg tbe nomination, and thautmg the .dele
gates for me honor corf erred, . w
The committee oa ReroluMous reported tie fo
loaicg. whicn, after discussion, w«a adop.ed, and
tie coarenuon then adjourned tine die:
KrtoiTtd, That we cherlih apal.iotie and honorable
pride in the put hi*U>ry of the Republican party—lden-
Ufird.aa it If, with great triumph* for human freedom
and progretf, with tne emanripatlm of anoppreiaea
people nom bondage, and with tin- pre*«rvaJon of oar
country from anarchy and ruin threatened by the la-c
rebellion, and that, while we appreciate thegre*. due*-
tlonfpow presented to the ccnnt y. many of which
arc the cutgrawth of civil war, we
that, unlew thote whoee record In opr* - Mdoa to the
war fur the preservation of the Onion V anehanroab r
written, we aavenoeatuc for crnifgalng the put. with
tU cvvntfnl memorte*, to oblivion, and no dcitre w
forget tbe leseona of patriotism and loyalty contained
in «/*ofrfA* n ihit while we recogniie tb- eicclle-nre of
out Mate fcovemmrnt. exlriing undci
harmony with the CoaiUtutlon of .the Luted
we believe that the federal l . ,o, ’? rc,llen , t ' M *V*"
lit bad under tha aame coa<utu*wn. doc* po*-
mi, and ought to receive, •ulhelca.
to nrctect any American clt r,n in the
untrammelh djcrptwlon cf hi* eentlmentf, la the fri<
cxiTclie cf the bilot. in the fullest enjoyment of t-i
prepeny. aid In abtotnte aafety of hi* veraon
ever the American flag tint* over Amencm tod.and
that thii piotcclion by the government fhoul.l *-»lcnl
to the i«zios of every citigrn of the Lnit«l hta.vf,
whether upon land or era, a, home or abroad.
" Heflrrd, That In the rreeeat t iU»ncl« of our coun
try a tuirf on Impcm lathe readicat and leajt op
pie«ilve node of railing the larger portion, of the
revenue needed lor lie aupport ot the Federal Govern-
SJdtiiat In MfMrln* dutlf. care *b. uld be taken tn-o
adjuit them «* col to prejudice bat to promote_ the In
teu-rt* cf cvrrv dtlzcn aod branch of tnd.i'tr*.
icecls* Mini beta* Ukeo to loiter, to every practicable
w«y. the honor and Inlertiu of the American laborer.
in me next two resolutions Congressional ac
tion t* recommended for the revival of American
commerce, and faun in me principles of prohlbi-
Con affirmed. Finally, it wss
XHotrtd, That the admlnlrtratiem ef PrreMcnt Grant,
by iti economical management of the national linine{»
and Ki cnormoui reduction rf ihe national debt, by
lt< wire conduct cl fsrelcn affaire, etpccially In iccir-
In* the honorable and adrantitcoua adjmUacnt of ail
our dilScultlt* with Grvat Uillala jby Ui judicious and
determine* t tlorti to reform the etrll eerviec p I the
ccuntre; by lt» humane aod euecretful policy of deal-
Inawlih the Indian*, and hy lt» penteleal effort* to
fecuie tberUhti of every Amertcin »uliOJt
xecaio to creed, caste, or color, demand and l receive at
onr band* a renewed exprcreion of ..ur confidence and
the aiiurance of our unwavering enpport.
btmo oidccra Elected by the .New
llaiopiidie LcttUlaiure,
Coscokd, June 29 The two house". In woven
tlor. to-day, voud for itniroad commissioner,
with the rnl'owlcg result: Waole Dumber of
votrr. 830 D vid Democrat and Libor
Hefonr. 163; 1> W. Backmtnste-, llepubiican, 162.
Tm* topul.r vote lo starch gave Boctmlui cr
34,4 M and Gllchrls; 33,907, but toe scattering voles
(l/'CmlPd the lIICUUM. __ .
For Secretary of State, John n. Lopdaiowas
presented as the Democratic and Labor IMortn
candidate, and rcc-.ivcd 106 votes to IC2 for >. «.
Gove, KefQbMcao. _
U fr. Cogswell was elect'd State Treasurer,
with only a scattering opposition, receiving 2.1
vo'c«: J. 11. Campbell, of tho Manchester c/.*«-n,
state Prmicr. and A. J. Bit nett, Democrat of
Kcw Boston, Ccmmisaary General.
aoniauß Bcpubllcan Territorial
Con veil t ton.
Helena, Montana Ter.. June 20.—The RepnbU
can Ttrruonal Convention of Montana, which
assembled here yesterday, nominated William 11.
Clagcett, Esq. of Detr Lodge, lor Delegate to
CoLsrets. lie le pined 4eain« Warren
Tcoie.tbe ,I lattwlng , ’of the D;mocracy. All -
publican triumph in Montana is coubdcnilv cx>
peccd. The election takes p'.ace the flrat Toes
dav lu Augu"’. Mr. CUggett, a’thouah alhorough
on'-ADd-oatKepubiicac, HBfoa of Jolge Clas
get», the notorious lowa espoarhead leader ot
Krokcc.
Vonng Rlen , a Keptibllcan Atsocia*
non, of New YorK.
Binghamton. June 29.—Tbe Young Mea'a Re
publican Association of the State of New lork
met here tb-s mrrntog. Tac resolutions condemn
tsclouf, and piomtse »n earnest support to me
aiiicmstratlon and me Republican party.
llcpubllcau Nomination in Ken-
tucßy.
C’nciknati, June 29—Tee Republican P’a’c
'intralCoranmt'-o or Kentucky baa nominated
t-v. Wm, M. Pratt, a Baptist minister, to flume
scancy on tbe ticket for Superintendent of Pub
ic Instruction
Obituary.
Clxtilanp, June 29—Biahop Lauuta, Rare an
Cdtnonc Bishop of Fort Wayne, died hsre very
suddenly tbia morning, of apoplexy, aged AS. lie
arrived on Tuesday evening, to confer order* at a
Roman Cathode seminary, and was walking to ttie
d<pmiotake the ca:* tor Eno when taken 111.
Fur several Tears Bishop Liners was a pnest at
Cincinnati, ile had r» sided at Fort Wayne about
twelve vtars. He was greatly beloved by all woo
hnew him. Ills remains wi;l be taken to tort
Wsyte this morolnp. ,
Phovidsncb, R. I,Jane 29. lacab Manches
ter, cf tuo orm of Manchester, Hopkins *Ca,a
prumicent business man of this city, died sud
derlr. to-day, of heart disease.
Dstroit, June 19.—John Palmer, a revuent of
this city for fltly-two years, and lor thtrtj-flvc
years egent of me .Etna Insurance Companr,
died la?** last night, aged 74 years.
Sas FRAKCifco, June 29.—captain George S.
Porter, lormerlv Post Warden, and one of the
oldest residents in San Francisco, died yesterday.
IHDIAHA.
Now lisilroad Enterprise*—Verdict
Cor I}amaQe«.
Srrclal DetPtfch toTbeCbinxoTtlbaoc.
iNDiaxxroLts, Ina.. June o.—The stocthotder*
of the Andcnor, NoblesvlUe, Lebanon * Su Loan
HaPrcad had a meeting yesterday at the Ertcson
House, to thia city, for the organization of the
toad Relegates were present from <he ountits
ct Maduor, Hamilton, Boone, and Montgomery.
The following Directors wera dieted: Boons
County, O. S. Hamilton, T. M- Kersey,
A. C. Dil'y, lcti Line. Hamlion Coan
tr E. Nottingham, T. Tetcr, IL O.
K-nyon. .T, M. Smith. Madison County. Wra.
ctlm, W. R. Pierce. Montgomery county, D. C.
Sever, w. B. Anderson, T. A. Meaner. The
road Is to tan tram Asdotsoc, lad., to Pant, in.,
and be 70S cries loop. The capital stock it ;2.-
(00 MO, la shares of CM each. A great deal of in
ttri-si was manifested by me dc:cg»*es during the
rreetlrp, each assenteg the perfect tnl-
I ngt.esr, by a majority of the
pccrle along the contemplated lino,
to no everything ncccaaary m its spee<iy cota.ruc
non. After the meeting of stockho dcra. the
Director* met and elected the following om-era;
Wo*. Crnoan, of Anderson, President; Eiijtn
tvnucgtam, o‘ S-bieivilie. Secriiary; N. F.
Dunn, ot Nvbesvllie. Treasurer.
A jury gave a ve dict against the cltv to-dsy for
damages, molting tram an cvsrfiow cf
water! to property near a small stream that runs
thren gb the lower part of the city.
Indiana, mate Dental society*.
Fort Watne, Ind., Jane 29—To-day the third
icaaion efthe state D*ntai Association was an
inieicsutK ?ne. Dunne the morning seailoo.
Prof. AU’irfoa made some hltrhly important and
t&stnruve demoostrattosß of his treatment tn
remo'al of lime deposits on teeth. He need
aroirAtic eilxarof vittol, and claims that It does
not mjnreth-teeth by its application. By den
mis,*' la la .teemed a very valuable discovery,
and will 'cntticssbe generally adapted, - in the
sfcrttN. the question of UUing teeth
aid pioximal cavities of blcasptdcs was
welldiscusredbv P.-ofe*sors Palmer, Attlaaoa,
and Taft. Dr. Palmer brought forth a so; of lu
strum* nta ot nia own Invention, by whlcu cavities
rcretofore Insccetaable can ue reached. Tne
Sccretarv, Dr. B*own, read ao lamrcttlng commu
nication ftom Dr. Morrll’, of Kio de Janeiro, tn
which he gives an insight m*o the practice or the
dental profession in Brazil. At tne close of the
discussion cf the various subjects submit
ted. the association elected, for the follow
in* vear. the undernaaed officers: President,
P G Bunt, ot lud'anapoUs: Fret \ ice President,
A. O Raw I*, of Connersviiie: Secretary. B. r.
McDonald; Treasurer, J. Knapp, of Fort Wayne.
They re ec’ed Indianapolis, and the last Tuesday
in June. is;i,aathe place and time for holding
the fourteenth annual meeting.
To-night the delegates and others are bc.n? en
tertained at the residence of Dr. Brown with a
handsome reception-
(area*
Brrrixn. Jane 89 Tne bra«s famishing estav
cf C. Pop«A Co.. and she aojutaing
building. occupied t»v D. w-eser, were destroyed
bv Ore ic-dav. Lots, 51\C?0; insured.
'Gntrairo. M. Jnne 29 —The dwelling bonse of
lVterMeGlot», of Munson,together wim a sable,
taictccpr, and honecbcl'i farnliurf. wai total.y
dcsirojcdbyfireonTncsdav, tae family barely
efcapingwimthetrlivea. Tne pr'p-rtT was in
sured for f ?00 In the Security of NewYoit. Tae
les* it cjtittft’ed atlL&co.
tsiociCnv, Janes?.—Aprtvsta telegram, re
ceived m this city, says that tbe Sioax City A
pacific Railroad compant’s depot at Frcman*.
Neb-.wasd.Btroyfd on Monday morning. Tae
tni dies ana contents are a total loss.
Jas’EsvtLLS, wis., Jane s?.—A fire till morn
ing totally destroyed a building known m “tne
EiaMiU,’'o*cedbySmim A Jackman. Tae loss
U about foo.coe; insured for 518 f"». An old
warehouse aojomtnr, known as *• Tbe Brewster
Building," owned by O. B, Mattlsoa. of
Y., was also destroyed. Tea loss la 510,000, Tbe
fire wftsttbe work of as Incendiary,
Naw Oblssnf, Jane 20. Shreveport despatches
report that tbe steamboat Red Clood, with W)
ba'ei of covon, was burned to tbe water's edge
at Montgomery Landing.
fflovcmctita of tbe Illinois Press As*
koclmion-
Spevl&l De»r»teh to The Cbicsra Tribune.
QtTMTT. I)., June *3.—The Ilimots P.'esa Asnv
caacp, which was expected to have arrived here
at toon to-day, was demited until 8 p. m-. coming
town on the steamer Rob Roy, of the Keokuk
Poe. A ealote was fired on me approacncf me
boa*, and cartage* provided by me citizen*
to cocvev the psrty to the Quia-y. wil,
son and Trcmont Ronsee. where they were
ectertalnca by General J. W. Stnzletoo. and late
la the tbty proceeded to General Sin
a’eton’s residence, two mile* tn the country,
wnere were agam feasted
Chairpsece flowed freely, atd ume piawdoff
1-vciT Tae remainder of tbe uftenjoan was spant
At 9 to-morrow they leave ny
special tram for Peons.
—T. C. Flcldicr. Warden of the Pcnitentlxry at
Nebraska City, was arrested on Wednesday for an
i’«irtd“ttmp: to ravish Mrs. Ssndfxd, of mat
ni’ac-c. Fielding wa* brontbt before the .court nn
Thursday, when a cTOtirnaace of trill was asked
for atd granted by the ccnn, jitnce ■ which time, »
is reported, be Bas compromaed me case, by me
pa, mmt ota large of money. Suit bad
been brought for over 810,000.
—A New York reporter tried to Interval Fos
ter. the horat-car murderer, but wasobdged to
be satisfied with a g impse of satm intormsaan as
ne could train from me prison offic.als, Tbe
latter lay that be u weH-bebived. bat Mtear,
morose,aometimea • alien, and is auu confi
dent that bis seem tee s
(tin verr bitter acaisst the newspapers, which,
b« aS7 bounded bim on to bU fate, and. by
prtjuoicing the public, deprived him of a fair
trial.
CHICAGO, FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1871.
SEW YOEK.
Dally Review of the Financial
Situation.
Interesting Movements in the Heath
and Raphael Erie Suits.
A Murderer Driven by Remorse
to Surrender.
What is Being Done by tHe Vicdnot
and Underground Railway
Companies.
Sped*! De*P*Ul»toTbe Chiessa Tribune,
mi mokry market.
Niw Yoke, Jane M.—Well street continues
quiet. Tne money market was Jail, end large
amount* were earned oyer at me close oy tie
leading brokers and money-lenders. Call loans
ranged from s to 4 per cent on government and
mixed collaterals; prime business ranges ‘from
4X to 6 per cent
■ran aovBRKMKxr bosd market
was strong. Some cl tne German bankers were
buyers of bonds when gold advanced. Central
Pacific bonds were bou;bt for export to Europe,
and advanced to 1(3. Tne Cbesapeake & onio
bonds were also In active demand to
ds*. Union Pacific closed at sox',
to in; land grants, St to St i ;; incomes, S2 to S2\( ;
and first mortgage bonds, 91*; to 91?*. Tbc
assistant Treasnrer, to-dsv, received bids for
government gold 14,05,0X1, at prices ranging from
113.10 to ll!.W, and tte fl.Cfi.ooo were awarded
atli3 o« to 113 19, No subscription* were report
ed to toe new Government loan to-dsy.
TUB FOBBIQK EXCHANGE MARKET
was not quite so strong, owing to tne advance tn
me price of gold, wblcb enabled some of me for
eign binkers to export bonds and draw bills
Bgainst One of tne prime banting firms
sold round amounts of 6d-day sterling,
drawn against bonds, at no?; less h per cent, and
otter good banters were offering at UOtf lesi
11-16 per cent. As tne price of gold advance*, me
exchange market ta likely to be weakened by me
increased supply of bills drawn against bonds.
Doable eagles arc quoted at ?» per cent premium
over otter gold.
COLD.
Tac stearnsM? Kole, for Europe, sailed tc-day
wlin f-tw,oco in specie. Tne Assistant Treasurer.
to>d&), disoursed 1600,000 on account of We July
nieiest, making a total to date of $5,537*000. Tne
gold market was firm, opealnj at 113, advancing
toi 3 1 ,, declltlagto U2!;, and closing atsp.m.
at m. Tl»e rates paid for carrying were l and 2
per cent to fur. After tne board adjourned We
market became weak, and declined under we
creature of antes of btoker* offering lor account
of We ft reign exchange bankers. The weakening
in We exchange market, owing to We offerings of
bond-MH?, bad We effect of depre.-wlng We gold
market, wnicnclosed weak at ll2**'tAU2;i,witn
eiles of round amounts at We " split."
THE STOCK MARKET
i 3 intensely dull, and without any decided m:v;
ment cither op or down. At the closi the appear
anchor a broker with a genuine order for 10J
shares was hawed with delight, and he was tm
mtd'atsly eurrontdedby an anxious crowd.
TUBDET GOODS MARKET.
Ttcwhcle dry goods mutet presented a very
doll appearance. Tno leading commission acl
joLbtrg houses have determined to follow the ex
ample cl the Sioct Exchange, and adjourn over
until Wednesday morning, tana mating a holiday
o! Metaay, July 3, as well aa the 4'.h. Therctall j
trade ol Itie city la cmlL
Tne flour market was very dall, although hold
cr* we.ie d-ppoicd to g-.ve way tn order to effect
aalte. The export demand is limited, and the
trade, In view cl the approaching heated term,
arc not disposed to buy freely, while the rec-’pts
bavj been considerably tn excess of the wants of
tie market, and the tendency ut the close
vas downward, buyers and fellers being
apart. Tne wheat market was dull and unsettled.
Fine reds, especially winter growths, were in
tuuic demand, and b.ought 101 l prices, bat spring
*7hoat», with much of the offerings cm of condi
tion, were lower and unsettled; white wheats
were depressed. Liverpool advices were lower,
and ocean freights advanced a farthing. Corn
was about ic lower, under large receipts and
higeeroccan freights: bat at this concession the
demand was good, and the offerings pretty well
cleared off the marten
To the Afrociated Press,
rat akciic txribiTiON.
Niw Tout. Jnue VJ —Tee Polaris left toe Navy
Yard. Brooklyn, this afternoon, and is now an
chored eff tte battery. She will take on the lut
of her stores and equipment and leave for the
North Pole to-morrow.
An employ tug painter, named Wolford, fell from
a window, in Jersey City, last night, wmle intoxi
cated. amt was fatally Injured; and this morning
two of ms workmen, uermans, named Tanner
and Dock, fell from a ladder on which they were
painting, and were tilled.
THE STJfONS CEKIFIT.
TbebeneOtof me widow ana orphans of me
late Daniel Symons, manager of the Olympic TSe
clie, tills afternoon, realized over fl.sw,
nn tiidcct railway.
Toe subscriptions to me capital stock of me > ia*
dact Railway, me boots for wntcb were opened
ica cniay. arc said to nave been j'O.OuO, tnouen
nucasecrtcT attends me proceedings, and tne
Directors refuse to give me exact annum.
TUB CND4RO BO VXD RAILWAY COMTANT
has betn qnU'tly at wort forme past inoam, and
now baa iw feci of tunnel completed m Bond
street and ancmer section of considerable extent
in Madison avenae. The company bnsU
ness enough tor com me Viaduct atd Under*
gtoaid Roads, atd intends to push its wort to
completion,
FOSTER, THE ut&ssnss.
Conmcl wtii app y to Judge Ingraham, to-mor
row, for a stay of proceedings la mo case of tne
murderer, Fester.
Ms s-es-girtest
retailed in a fln»nciai lom, wWcn must i>9 nude
up pt lie New Yori societies. THe deploys and
prizes were given 10 me successful compeuiors,
t-“-dar, art! mo societies from asroad all left for
mclr Domes.
wy. o. ihxt, BROcvs,
chrvracd with receive* boart* from the >iorwslt
Bat.k, was cooncMd, today, in toe Coart of Oyer
&srt Terminer, and wilt be sentenced on Mondiy.
UABIKI.
Arrived—The steamer Queen, from Liverpool.
i JU'RPKRER SCRKKNDSM.
Michael McLaaihltD, or Pnliadeipnta. who sho
Jar. McGee, onus; city, about one year ato, *are
b icaeif on to offleer Fmjr, of tar Broadway
{quad, to-day, static? that we case bad bo presets
uitsa Mb mim he could not rest. lie was when
to the centrel office, and locked a? until advices
were received from Philadelphia.
TDS ItttURU EBII SHT3
Dinl-g the p;oct.taiuta iu lie E H cue, to-day,
cs-dndgc Btecb, coawd for live Erie Company.
rra<i the atndavit of J. Gould and Frodk. Lowe,
declaring tea: a compron'ss bad been
s:u?tt oy Heath and Raphael, through a
ibtrd partr. ty which the Erie Company should
mum c-ux-c shares of ewe* and r civeinex
charge B*.o C:o for legal expenses it wr.s also
shown that an arrangement nad occn made be
t-fccnSouihmavd and Lane by whlca the Erie
Railway Company p’opoied to transfer the wnole
a:oak te:d ths ptottcilon committee, for wh'ch
receipts aie outstanding, tolleata and Kapha*!,
sirh et'ws robe :a ten snare certificates, aud it
btirreedemood ttat Heath and Raphael would
distmuto the strxk to the holders or inch receipts
with properlj-cifutcd prweraof attorney, bo fiat
fseme holders of We certificates c-n\M re-transfer
viim at pleasure. Ur. Sootnmayd, at first, as
serted to this atr»o?em»nt, bnt anally receded
fromu. Toe case will proaably be concluded to
tnorrow.
THE JCLT HOUDiVS.
The dry goods commission meichLDts of this
city have generally agreed 10 cloac their stores
from Saturday cam ne:-t vVedncadsy.
rni ctrr nacsyxK
Foimtd a low-fire association last tight, aad
adopted resolutions.
BCTTAOXINST ACDCECO.
Mrr. E lz» L. Constant’* aalt agaln« St. Alban a
Church, to recover money advanced la aid of a
church fsir, resulted, yesterday, in a v?rdict la
favor of itrf. Constant for We principal and in
ureal,
aloszo r, ms
Secretary of tas Je.i»ey C>>y Icuurance Company,
left .lency City, on June IT, tor KewHaven and
Bo*ton, .md has not bees beard from since. It is
rumored that he nna about fU.ocw belonging to
the company.
THE CITY UT BRIEF.
Visit to the Cneat.
On yreterday the Boarc of Public Wcrkf. ac
compan;»d by State Commissioner* Hickox and
Utley, Engineer CUey, ex-Commlssloncr Talcott.
Han? Fox. and other*. paid a visit to the Sag.for
the purpose or inspecting the niinan and Mich’gia
Canal. The loot at Bridgeport wai found to be
rapidly disappearing under the auspices of Fox A
Howard, who win hare It cleared away by to*
morrow evening; while " Jack's Lbc*:" is no: so
well along, the contractor, Mr. D. C. Norton, hav
ing been unable to procure a tall working force of
laborers unui yesterday. The canal Itself was
found to be In admirable condition, only requiring
»tew days more 10 get it in readiness for ms
ope&lrg, which win occur tn about eight days.
Attempted Suicide.
Another young woman. tired of life, endeavor
ed to commit suicide last evening aboutC o .mxL
She went into in- grocery store on tee corner or
Dcspiaines »nd Madison streets, and asked tor a
drink of water. she appeared somewhat excited
and cxnac-ted. and sat down. U'aen the water
wan banded to her eh: drank it, and imtnsdtate.y
fell on the floor insensible, sever*! ladles waa
were present, tried to restore her to life, bat were
cnsneeessinh She was conveyed to tne
Madison Street JS tailor, ana a physician
was sent for. lie revived her.
and she aaid that her came was May Burdick, and
that ahe lived at Mo. to North Lih&Ue street A
nan named Bardlet called at the station and
wanted to uke her away, but the ponce would
no; permit him. He aaid her name was May
Doran, and that she bad a brother wao resided on
Clinton atreet. near Taylor. No cauae is assigned
lor wishing to ki 1 heraelf. At *.s o'clock aae wa»
considered oct of danger. When able to speak
•ne asted lor morphine, and continued fi cm for
that dmg for two cr three hour*. The doctor was
or the opinion teat she had taken a dose c( it.
—Ccnrad Onegin swallowed four grains or
strychnine at ms come, No. 304 West Cnicigo
aretu-. last evening; in hope* of jourueytag tu
the unknown world. A awmact-pump removed
the pouon, “and yet be is nut happy.”
Wonpa’i Fourth e( July.
It win not be amiss for pleasure-seekers oa the
Fvurta to remember tie unique celebration pro
vided by me ladies of Eramton id me interest
of meir new college, and taeir aid mad, fjr jeeag
women dependent on their own exertions tor
eupfort. ‘•Other things being equal, it u«
well to go, oa the Fourth, wne’e one a dinner
octet cry»talites into brick and mortar for a
“benevolent institution" of the highest order,
where the price of one's lemonade, ice cream,
and soda water does not enrich the
or acme ptcajune mtuurofew, oat in
creases me material prospects or a
cause with wnich all mocgntfoi people can
but sympthise. The Ladies’ College nine has
challenged me Northwestern UmTenHT nine i£f
a mttr.n nme. Prof. Ctunocc. of me Norm
west era rmrertar. one of the finest elocntioalsts
intte Wett, will read the Declaration o' Is'e.
oendence at Evinstoa on the Fourth. Goremor
Evani win present. The regatta promises
moss haidwmcly. i- __
•4 o. Set My Heart at Beat 1”
ThefoUowmgbltof lunacy la from me /*->.• of
Wednesday:
Th* Junior claw of the C=lrcrs:tr of Chhißa <M r
eted thelf ancu*l originall oratl-Pjlajt ercaloirjlßrttie
Mrrrt prize*. Tee members of the eiiae ol l.*« eo.--
prtsr. a* lollowi: Onto b ’ ncr
lod.. on “ Atbeo* and Jay Gifford lUrl4.
•on id tltln.oo** A Jtr ecllecUoa of *6; lie bit Eranfe
ola;” Jff« Lm a Eatlrtllrr on 0, Stl Mg Start la
Uttl. n '
advice to Yoo-q Somes w.-lf you desire to
dispel the suspicion of Idiccy that is fan a trading
to tout department, by all meaca get a rain
to »wai from The Tribckk wto can dttr.ogu , ?h
between an oration and a ballad; betweenap'lma
donna and a university atudenu
t Aaaocßeeneots.
At the leanest of a majority of the oiowmatin
of the wet-, a plowmaherV conTentlon hisb-ra
called td meet st the Palmer House oa Tann-ta;.
Jn'j 6. at 10 o’cioct a. m. All macuiactareta of
Blows and cultivators throughout we country are
naotated to attend wttnoui furweruotlc-.
—The ladles of the Fourth Baptist Caorch of
Wautegan will serve a dinner to the lecture room
of tte church, on the ivuiw. Friends visiting
the miy wi‘l be sure of a square meal.
—The dosing exercise* of tne grammar depart
ment of the XK-aroom Public School will 'ace
P'aceatthe school buud-ag, on Madison atretr,
this forenoon, commencing at 9 o*cioct.
— l The Fiona of Jni* ora'ion at Oreaoo. Id . will
be deliveied by Gincfal R. W. Smith, of Chicago.
aiUrellftneou*.
The alarm from Bax IM. a; G:45 yesterday
evening, was cans* d by a defective brass moa.d*
lac reom,secocd n»r of PiatleAuo i.
two-siory frame steam engine wo:ti, Nt:. m and
«« Michigan, and also fronting on Franklin street.
Lots(i.oco ; insured inmeiEin*,Hutlord. Toe
Bttcock obviated the necessity of Hoodies me
floors and dernagm* thousands* worm of pattern*
kept In t&c room below. A Ore Here, resulting
from me same cause, waa put oat witn a Bibcock
maehtre. May 14. , . .
—The following pentlentn Hare been e.eexd
Tinsteei of me contemplated fdarav.ooa’jicsiuu
tion as Rsvenswcod: E. W. BUtchford, Hon. S. B.
nocktos R'V. \v. A. Lloyd,M. Von Allen, Robert
Greer, sod Professor W, P. Joata.
—Toe Board of Police, yesterday, acccp-cd the
resiznsuen of PCceman John IL Laae, and an*
polo ltd Ambrose N. Wilwn aod Frank IL Howard
regular members of me Fire Department.
lUiLHOADS.
V, ork will be commenced immediately open the
Eocghton i Ontonagon Railroad, extending from
me western terminus of me Biy d-* NcquetA Mar
queue Railroad, eaat of Like Michlgatuni, west to
me head of L’Anse Bay. The booda of me road,
to me extent of 11.500.0c0, bare been aold to Hr.
Asior. Moses Taylor, John Stuart. and the Far
mera' Trust and Loan Co., of New York.
—A cottons mate of thlugi appear* to exist J-a*-
now m Philadelphia, touching the action of the
Pennsylvania Railroad Company in the matter of
itaitnz the New Jcraey Raliroeds and building
the much talkcd-tbout line of steamers to ran to
c u one from mat city. Taa councils have made
a formal proleit against the lease, looking O an
irlurction to stop the transaction: and me Cow
mfrdal tf‘f, the organ of the commercial and
trade dasseaof Philadelphia. glv*a utterance u
a fltree growl at the Central Railroad Company
for Its action in this matter.
—Tne chtteau of tne Msrqu'.a I-’? ace, at
\tcoell Cscsan, which escaped toe Pfmslsnswat
laulT plcnderea by a band of robbers, Frenco
inen raid to be Communists. Tae macnacrlois or
the celebrated astronomer were thrown into the
B'evro. from which the original of the "Mechan
ism of the Heavens.” m the suttorWi hand
wrltlnr, hns since befnflshrd out. TO* llbrerjr,
with all Us rare boot", souvenirs,and worts of art,
was devastated and scattered.
At C. T|VW fi atrtAori»*i rtrrv.'aLir of Tut Tara
ryz in lA tfify. tn.-A a If«u or,a,.is~l csrpi qf carrier*
Xtua'-tr 13 orillilUlt n I aiwl mrly <J»lir*ry rf
TDETtUDCSC, OHffcr
,ul*friitionsXenU h* !</* at TBB TBIBUSB dunlimt
Hr.**-, ardirtrl*l to M. O. EAMO,
ni'X
MASONIC NOTICES
.Jtasonic,
ORIENTAL LODGK. No. 33. A. K ii A. M.-SrcHal
ContuardritU'D thb tFnJtT.iuri-a.ee. »:
t rvi ut. f.-r woik on the W l>cm*. MiltlneJhrrthn'a
cnrtiiUy iLTilei toc.tc: trltli ui o . r< ?'‘ r
of the sUdor. L. A. TLGR.ER. bee t.
*T iasonic.
DKAUBURN LODGE, No. 319. <V F. t A- SL-Itei
uUr O-mmimlcatioD tbl» fKrl<t»yl ovrnlne, ;l HUnrr
llsl’ li L’n:l>orn-«t. Work oo Hit* SI. M. Dyeree.
Brcthun arc ccrdiallj invited. A H^or^r^ l ß h^!.-/1 -
LADIES* SUITS.
99 STATE-ST.
Our Entire Stock
OF W HITE AXD COE’D
Linen,
’wisteria Lawn,
Mozambique,
Grenadine,
Silk Poplin,
SUITS,
COSTUMES,
IMS I'IEHWEI,
AT A REDrCTION OF
25 to 50 per Cent.
Our Stare to be torn damn
July 15. IFV must vacate by
that date, and are determined
to close out the entire slock,
cr Come early for GitE.lT
BJKC.M.W.
TO XBASE.
TO LEASE.
150x150 Feet
East front, on Ganal-st.,
near P., Ft.W. & Chica
go Railway Depot, for
25 years, on very favor
able terms.
SWDEIt & LEE
REAL. ESTATE AGENTS,
Room 4 Metropolitan Block.
excursions.
EXCURSION TO GRAND HAVEI
MUSKEGON, &c.
The fpltndid *ld*.whecl Steaser ALP££>A win leave
Icr
CRAN'D HAVEN. SPRING LAKE. FRUIT*
POUT, ud MU*KKGON«
SATURDAY BVENING.JuIy 1. at; o'cl-vk.
rxc=r»lrnbt» esc ;rend the whale of Bandar at tbs
cHrbrat-d MAOUKTIC MIAKRAL bPRKSGi
Ketamine, will hire M ukecoa Surday. ci„ teach
in* »t and Icav’nc Spilt* Lake and Fraltport at i
o’d.ek p. m., arrtriac at Cblcaso earlv Monday mora
le*. Fare the round trip, Stateroom Berta included.
tclT *i.
After July I. Excnrrloa Tilpiwill continue to be
made rtaalarly frem Chicago ererv Saturday crec.cs
until fr.nl-«T c-ticr, te r*r arranced prt>rrammc.
o:bee, Goodrich bteambsat I-asdtnc. ,
T. G. HLTLIV. Sup t
FIREWORKS.
FIREWORKS!
WHOLESALE ASD RETAIL,
AT PRICESTHAT DEFY COMPETITION
57 DEAREORN-ST.
CHARLES MORRIS. Mvatrfaetgref.
BETTER.
LOOSC.
I-. *rd to rrrvcf. pxi tub* »ad Crkin. (vr to choice
Butter. at 9to 17c. pe» IP, W. «. htJITIRK. OommU
ika Merchant. 1C aonth Water tUS. W. cor. OtarK. _
DENTIFRICE.
DB. PRICE'S
Tooth Lozenges
There It i>« fates cf Dentifrice that pquala theta t
cravcrUact aad pfateci*.
FOR SALE
SIO,OOO
Worth of Cnt tli-i rood* for the whc!e*ala rroefrv
trade. »rc ctfmd oa time (teeurrd p»ier*. or will
ei:hsr»e far Chicago realeitate. Addrtis
ure oS.ce.
OLBASD FEW BOOKS.
Ancient & Modem Books.
Priced Catalogue. If o, SO, of evaluable coC eilnapf
new and eecoad-band Boot*. ]cut Utoed* and will be
forwatded free to anraddre*.
uaVID G. FRAIfCIS. _
Dealer in Kew and Old Books, 17 Astor-placa, B.T.
CARPETS ARP DOMESTICS.
WET CARPETS
AND DOMESTICS.
HAMLIN,
HALE & CO.,
WABASH-AT. AXD WASDISCTOX-ST,
Will offer tMsmoming, about
$50,000 worth of CARPETS
and 37 pkgs. of DOMESTIC
GOODS, the same being!
WET AND DAMAGED by
the flooding of onr basement
during Friday evening’s
storm. Will he offered IN
THE BASEMENT ONLY,
and must he closed out at
once.
GAB AND WATER PIPE<■
GAS & WATER
PIPES.
Every city, village, company, and
individual having occasion to use Gas
or Water Pipe*, may learn something
ijreatly to their advantage by sending !
for Circular and Price List of the
Northwestern Gas and Water Pipe
Company. The strongest, most dura
ble, and purest Water Pipes yet dis
covered Warranted to stand anypres
sure, and to impart no taste or impur
ity of any kind to water. Can be laid
in the ground at half the cost of ordi*
nary cast-iron pipes.
Our Gas Pipes are less liable to
breakage, condensation, and decay
than the common cast-iron article.
Chain-pump tubing and wooden tub
ing of small bore, suitable for distrib
uting the water of springs or Artesian
wells, cn lams or in the mining re
gions, furnished by the car-lc-ad, at
prices far below any other in the mar
ket _
Address NORTHWESTERN GAS
& WATER PIPE CO, Bay City, Mich.,
or No 41 Reynolds’ Block, Chicago.
GENERAL notices.
TO TOE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE
.ake Shore and Michigan South
ern Railway Company.
At a merlin* o! the Board of Director* of this Com
pany, held on the S:h day of June. li.l, it w#«
Kttotffd, Th*t it be recommended to tho Sickbed J-
Cf» of thi* Company. to Authority th- l*»ne of the r*l
teen Millions of Dollar* of tbs Capital Stock of thU
Company, mnainioß aid that a luet-iin* ol
U.o Stocsboidere iw called, to be holdcn at the office nt
the CuJu:>aß> ib the City Of UlcvHaqJ. Oh! \ on Tunr»-
day, the Jttn day cf July next, at U o'cloHt a. in., to
vet* up -o-lhe fjufrtlon of mch n-itbotfxauon-
Fi-r the p'irpoee of asccrtaloias the parties entitled
to rote upon the qaettloa, the rtwk transfer books will
be cloicd oa the 2Sth day of Juno, listact. and remain
clo-cd nnlll farther notice. „ ,
C EO. B, SLT. Secretary.
TO BUILDERS,
I wbb to make as amnynDrot with rotne fir»t-clae*.
mronHMc balldrr to pat ap » block of four houie*.
either brirk nr rtonf, who wfll take a part Infn.-Ht In
the hou»e*. la raym* nL I-oeallty Inside anil nrst-cliu.
Addrct* G iC. xnbune ofbeo.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
We the Journeymen hor*o «hocr» of the city of Chi
cago. dc hereby rrot.-*t acala/t tiu- u.jco* of
crooked Ires*, called Goodcaart Uorre bluer. In any
»bor In laid city. aa we deem It oecoMary to tbe good
"cfaiiaSU% UT °rna reio*.
NEW BOOK,.
ROBERT COLLYER.
The Life That Now Is.
«.et. Robert Collier's new relume b now ready.
Hmo. Uniform with the Tenth Edition of "Nature
and Life.” and containing an excellent Steel Portrait
of the author. Price. «L». Sold by Bookseller*, and
mailed poii-piiJ by the Pnblliher.
HORACE B. FULLER,
BOSTON. M ASS.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
E. S. PRATT & CO.,
COJJDIISSION
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Second Floor, 11 Wabmli-ar,
Great Bargain* ilway* jj he eH&lncJ.
fruit;
FRUIT.
500 boxes Messina LEMONS,
100 boxes OE4.NGES,
Jcrt retired and forralcty
FRANCIS & WEBBER,
"WANTED
WANTED.
A partv of nearly twentr rear** experience in the
general BOOK aad PAPRB TBaDE. wholesale and
retail, with alarra acqsalatanee to indiana and UH
taolf, want* to boy cut cr Into an old etfabllihed bouse
In Chicago. Wo.dd not eticct to a Blank Book aad
Stationery home, or au exclntlrely Paper estaaliah
ment. Addrtaa L 3. Tribune office, giving particular*,
or timing place f-r Interview. Fial-cUta Chlcagr rtf
cmcc riven.
ET£AKDEAR
DR. HENRY OLIN,
Or«r*t*ce for BUFOJfKSS. DKAFJfSW.
Asd all PlMtir* and Deformities of the Bye and Bar.
irtitclal Ktm icKrtcd.
Office, 129 Clark-st.» Chicago.
EPTJCATIOHAI*.
The Utica Female Seminary,
OneuJa Coualr. scw Tors, wiilnopea on Ibe l*h of
September. tnrcirmUrr, appljtothe Principal. Mr*.
F, y. UA.MMILU«7 Power*-«t* Brooklyn, X* L.CT
Ur. 31. M. BaC.G. Utica. W. T.
nKAKCIAIt. ~
loans on teal Estate
la thlf city and Immediate vidnitr, for a tma of years,
te 10 im.E.ierrntUj-i g'^"lS. b . T
Pbccaa BoUdin*. w> Laaalie-it
HONEY TO LORN ON REAL ESTATE
la or near Chicago, at lowest rates.
P. H.SSOW,
Central *>■*"* Economical M. L. Insurance Ctt,
73 Viuhicrtoo-it.
loans on
ST OCKHOIJ>ERS’ MEETINGS.
NOTICE.
IheeteAhrldenof iheVeml Owsm' Towlne Co.
•Ip hfrttT LottS<d tint rbt Directors harp mad* an
»idit'caiT ui«ia:er.x L r twecty-Sre (Si* per cent oa
th* capital »loe». payable carr before Jnly U, at the
office cMbe Tieaiucr. A, G. \*nSchalck. !CJ Sonth
Watrf *l.. Chicago. LL
SUMMER resorts.
SEASIDE RESORT.
OCR AN HOUSE. nU Orchard Beath, Saco. Mate*,
fjrvtvlaja aeeonttaodatiooa for a boat SO. Flncat Brach
*cd Bathing on theeoaat. Bathing »nd Frahlsc. Beta*
Usl drive* aid wall*. Charades scenery. Telegraph
•cd P. O. in bonse. otunvytofy. Ac. Band of tsuie
the whole icaeos. B, SKa\ IY, Piopnetor. Al.ll,
itcP. A 1 l aN-OQfrtCTCPdcß^^^
NATIVE WINES.
IVES SEEDLING
HILLSIDE champagnes.
238 DEIRBOB.VIT,
TOILET ARTICLES:
DR. WHITNEY’S
Russian Jberry Dentifrice
AtkynardrDfrttfarlt W. P. TBURSTON,
Sole Wcrtem Whoiecale Ag-ut. US South CUrfc-it.
NO. 329.
Chicago Business Dueclory.
lame, Bul&esa, and. Location of the Leading
Suitress Houses of Chicago.
Cut the Li*l rut at a Refrrme* wkmvititxng At
eiiy, The h*u*et ore ttrirffjr PiSSt<Ll33.
Advertising Aerate.
H. B. CBANDLKR. Advertisements received for In*
■ertloo tn any Newspaper or Periodical ta the United
tute* or Caaadai. Once. IM MsJUoa-et
COOK. COBORN ft CO. receive adrertirenjents for
all newspapers in the U. tL Office. 97 Oearboro-»L
Agricultural Implement Manufacturer*.
FOBST ft BRADLEY, 54 ta 73 North JeSencatL
Agrlcalinral Warehouse.
U. A. TILTON ft CO-. «0 Lake ft.
Apolhecnjrlca nod Chemists.
BLISS ft SHARP, ICBStale aod 154 Tweatr-vceond-st.
BUCK ft RAY&KB, 93 Clark and IB htate, eor Mad*
itOB-Ct.
Artist** and Painter** .Muierltl*-
JEVNK ft ALMtNL lsS*ndlHClsilrst.
C. T. HAYNOLDS ft GO.. 59 MleUlgswr.
Attorneys nod Uonnwrllor*.
L. G. BSAINARD, Boom 9. Vorrbon Block.
Awning*, Tents, rte.
GILBERT HUBBARD ft CO, 315 and 337 So.WkUWt
Banking. „
C. KOLLANSBKS ft SON. B. K. comer CUrk tad
WwhinstJß-sO.
Bolting Wannftftarrrs.
W. U. WHIT MARS n, t?2 Lake-it. (up rtslrs).
MUNSON ft CO-, U and 14 Went Randolph-* t-
RrUingnnd Rnbbrr Good*.
HALLOCK&WURHLKB.I43 Lake it.
Boom nod SboM (Wholeiilf).
GOLDMAN BROS. U Lvkc-it.
C. 11. HENDERSON A CO., 76 a=d 7J Wabaah-ar.
Boom and shop* (Wholesale and Retail).
BULLOCK BROS., *« UkHt.
Bookseller*, Stationer*. and Newn-Dealor*.
CULVER.PAOF. UOYNB AGO., US & U) Miaroe-iL
.1 w MioDi.ETO.'i.Mtnafiftarer.USDeartani-it.
TORTRB* POSTKK.
hand, mcnally a c0..6i ourk-rt.
SMKAL, RKBaNKS £ Cj„ H D«art>ora-ct.
Book Binders* Stock, etc.
1 CULVER, PAGE, UOYJIE A CO., Us A L» Hoaroe-*t,
Hoyt’ rioihloa.
jOIUC H. DICKSON. Agent. 70 HAdUoa-ife.
Brass Founders.
WESTERN STAR METAL CO.. Biam Founder# and
Flnlihers, No. 17 Sooth Caaal-et
Dnlldloff* Raised and Moved.
F. F. BOSLEY, U7 West Wsshimtoa-sL
Cnnluri<
BRADLEY A SMITH. 1M sUte-«t.
THOMAS H. BHOffS. 44 Adams*!.
COAN A TKN BBOAKB MT« Co„ C 7 and 53 AilazhL
H. B. HILL. No. >lO Deatbom-st. .
liKNHY WILLKIS, comer mateandTsrelftb-st#.
Chroma*. Entrrnvinß*, nod Frame*.
CHAS. P. COUGHS HALL (J. MlUoa Bromi, Mao
tfet), 133 l>e abrm-iL
MARTIN i/BRIKN. 6l State rt
t AMMONS, OLARK * CO, U7 sad U3 S. Cllntoa-at.
I Clocks, etc.
AMERICA* CLOCK CO., 1« Lake**.
WAIKBUUBY CLOCK 00.. IU Lske-iL
Clothing, etc.
HOWARDS.BLUETT A Ct).,s'. tad 91: Randolph «L
CH AKI KH R. GODFREY A CO .IV and 93 Dearbom-at
H. a. Husrso. 179 snd til Randolph *t.
Crockery and Ola**ware fWhalcsalcH
KHTCHDM A MARTIN, O Randolph-*!.
S.B.PABKUURST, SJ Mlchigan-av.
Crockery, <lla««, etc. t Wholesalesad Retail).
IRA P. BOWEN AGO., 107 Wahuh-AT. •
BCBLRV A TTBKKLL.46»aI Lakeit.
katiin t BROWN. 71 handclph-st.
A. PICK. 70 Lake-it.
Crockery, tUoneware, etc. (Wholea’e).
JOHNSON A ABBEY. S! and =5 BlvemL
Coneh and Nnddlery Hardware.
I HAYDEN A KAY. 4S and 4J Lakert.
Coni, Hard and Soil.
MISER T. AM RS A CO., No. I West Randolph
B. UOLBBOOK, I‘>l LaSalle i».
Drnsßiat* v'VtcKinV').
F. BURNHAM Si SOJJ.I3 'Market •*- „
1-DLI.KR. MSCU 4 EUI.I.E*. 27.2«. »nd « Muket ?L
IIUKLBUT A KDSAU, X b»A--st _ „ .
R(icKWDi»n a Ri.orKi.is: rakc.h,ccr. \rci!»-fi.
VAN SCHA ACK. STEVKWBON Si HEID, M
Drttcalsta» <;la*»wafp. etc. (Wholesale).
T. I*. UOLDEN. <3 South Watcrit.
Dry (ioods (Wholtiil?).
BOWKS. TI(JNT fl WINSIJOW, !5 and 17 Randolph-ft,
CAhSDN.PIRIK 400.. USaaJ liJSUtc-it
JOHN V. EAHWKLI. AlX»,TJ»Ld.lW«b!tah-av.
* Dry IJoodii (Wholesale and Bciall).
J. D.SHAT. US, 114 and ll« Late st
Fancy liiy (loads >til NoiionalWltolotfaW).
D.W.&A.KKIIH 4 00., 74 an.! TS Wahv har,
Farm Tool*.
ATWATER 4 CO., 17S Rand Iph «t.
Farm mml Frel*ht Wajtont.
lUSUOP * I’RINUL®, 12,11 and Id South JeSerMO-et
Flic Manufacturer*.
CUICAGO FILS WcRKS, OiHe* IK
Fire Kxtln«ol*her».
TUK BIBCOCK. 123'V»»liinglcn-‘t
Fur*. Hat". Cap*. etc. (RoU'l.l
BASSBTT A 11AMMOSD. 151 Lake-*.
Urn era I ConnUtlDD Merchant*.
UKDEKWCOU4 CO., 170WashlajtoJt-*t.
Ron fawdrr.
HAZARD POWDER 00., % Slate-tt,
Fire UinrnDrr.
PUTWAM FIRR lad. 00..0 l Hartford (tt. J. Smith,
licnl A*cnD. W LaSalle »t
Fnrriinrc.
J. nETFKSDORF, 175 L*k»-*t.
H.h. CARTER & DO., I9i and I*7 LakMt
GIUIF.VT £ SAMPSON. 113 and USStaU-t.
M. I IKRKNnTKIN & CO., 167 and I® Raadolph-il.
WM. W. hTBOaG. 203
(irorcrlea, Wloc*. etc.
JAJJFS B. UODGKS.«IStatc-.L
Glass Shades nml Wax Material.
WFST A CO., 149 Lal;e-»t.
Gan* and Sporting Goods*
F. K. EATON. 101 Lot cot.
FOLSOM BROTH KHS, 1H Latent.
jAlltS H. FOSTER ft 00.. 161 Lske-st
llsirdtr*rr ( rlf. (Wbo)mle).
WM. BLUR * 00. IT9«*idl“l Rsmdol?h-«t.
KUWIS HUNT ft tWNS.II Mke-«L
MARKET. AtUSR AIM., il L»ke.»t,
M ILI.KR BKU.'. ft KKKP. U SUle-st.
SKEBLatiEUftBSEAKEY, 61 LjkixL. COf.State.
Hardwood I.amber.
HFJtRT N. lIOLUKN. Market st.. corner Jaekioa.
Hat*, Cai>*. Far*, asd llltlinery.
KEITH BROTHERS.® and TJ Wabaih-ar.
Hot Atr Faranee*.
M. W. LKSTFR ft SON. 16. IT and 19 North BUte-rt.
FBATT.WANIWOKIH ft CO, Ift LakesL
Iloa*e Fare liblag (ieotU.
J. C. CONSTANT ft CO., ir. s:id 125 sut-ML
Homo Nall* Manufactory.
N. W. HORSE NAIL CQ..M West Van Bnreo-st
Iron aad Ileary Hardware (Wholesale).
HALL, KIMBARK ft CO.. «0 and fl Michlcaa-ar.
ft CO.. H and 11 WtlU-at.
Leather. Findings, etc.
PAGE. 880. ft CO.. 50 Lske-ct.
Una and Ileal Batate Agents.
BAIRD ft BRADLEY. SU La-aU^rt.
I) G. HAMILTON CO- U*South Usrlt-sf,
VIM H M. HITT. lorrlbnneßaildlne.
CHARLES B. HOLM KS. 1« Wa.*biatton-rt.
HUBBARD ft JACKSON. 1-21 IWrborn-sL.
5 H. KEKFOOT A CO.. 71 !><*arbom ft.
WM. D.KF.RFOOT. •O Wsibithfaa-rL ,
«AMPeON ft DRkw, 2 Metrrpohtsa Bliek.
SNVOKK ft LRU. 4 iletrop ljiaa Block.
U.C. MORKT.6 Metroptllua Block.
Taauranee.
t H.'RTER OAK.I Tribune Baildlne. _
CONNECTICUT ilUlU* L LlkE. li» Wmabihgton-sL
MUTUAL LIFE. N.Y.. 1: Llark st.
Looking Glnuer*. Frames, etc.
11. A. FONTKR. At Adsm- st.
W.T. NOBLE ft ' O . IN' M»te-«L
.TjaeUlncrT, eic.
J. A. FiY ft CO.. IK Lake-*!.
.Tlarbli* ami IJraalte YVorka.
JACOB L.SCHCREMAN. comer Clark and Adusa,
NfaatrlsfHlate nod JTnrblo.)
VOWEU-, UICAUP ft CO., 215 Ocarbom-iL
.Hap Publishers.
RUFUS BLANCHARD, lid Lake-(L
C bu. F. CRAM ft CO., US Late «.
Organ* and Jlclodeons.
W vr. KIMBALL, 53 Wtsbiorton »L
(i'£o. A. ratNCK ft CO„ *9 Washingtoa-at.
Oils. Palm*, Colors, etc.
CUAbK, HANFORD ft CO.. 51 South Water *L
I.KWIS. U AM ft CO , V> an I 51 3t
PAGi ftSPRAGUs.UIftadU Ue»rbom-*t-
Oil Cap*.
SOYI*L PATENT LUBRICATORS, 192 Lake-fl.
Paper Hoxra.
D. P. BARRETT ft Ci> .!« l-Ake-*t.
UITCHIR ft DUCK, iz 51ichlgaa-av,
HENRY SCHULTZ.S7 SUlf-iL
Paper JlsonCactorcrs.
BR-<DNER,SMITH ft CO, Jla ft 112 Madiaoo-at.
J. W. BOTLKB 4 CO.. 15 ft 12 M«rkeMt.
Cl "iVKLABD PAFBH CO- M Wa,hiMWtwL
CULVER. PACT. HOYNR ft CO., H3 ft 120 M«lfs«*L
G. U. ft L. LAktIN, USUtr-'t.
ftnws wills Pat eat I r»-* r* Teeth.
N. W.SPAULDING ft L-'-b
Ptaaer, ftlnsle. Are.
J. BAUER ft COV»3 Wsihlagtoo- t-
LYtiNftHßkLY.’SCSanthClsik-t.
RF.EO'STFMPLKOF MUil(X,t7 UearbCTO-sL
W. W. KIMBALL. C Wsshisgtm-st.
Pirtnre Frame* nrd .HoaMlngs,
SAMMONS, CLARK A CO.. I?9A I«»S.Cllalcn-rt.n
Pnmp«, Has Pipe, and Pinole Hardware.
B. W, AUSTIN A CO. 221 £ 23 Scath Water.it.
Real r.tnte Aaeat*.
D COLE A SON.IW We»t M*dl»oa-*L
J. II BK*S A CO., 99 Dcartnrn-eL
Resl«ters nod Ventilator*.
DANGS QEOlQEßS,lidState**!.
Safes, Locke, etc,
g IT H ARfil*. Vaaulaetsrer.Cl Sooth Canai-rt.
D. B. CiiVKKT. W
TEKWII.LIGF-R tOO.. *4 Wublr,'tvc-et
J. M. TKKWILLIGKB.W Wa*hia^toa*«t,
£*lt, Cement, and Blacee.
UASKIE, MARTIN A WHIKLRB, 22 S. Water it.
Peale Maaafaeiarerai
CHICAGOSOALRCO.. S4 in-l J* Wet WMMnrton-rt
P URA l»RB. GKKKNLKA>’ A GO- IRkIU State-*:.
FuBSTTU SCALE WORKS, 179 Lake*«t,
School and Ofßcc Farnltarc.
A. H. ANDREWS A CO., m Stated.
HEN BE M. SHERWOOD. It* M*dl*m-«L
.■>ewins 2tsehi]iei.
.ETNA. 148 Slate-rt.
ELLIPTIC, 121 Wabaib-ar. _
UIUA'KR £ BAKKK. I 0( WAgbiartca-rt.
TURSIAGKR MASCKACTUKIHGCO., 111 stated.
WHKBLF.B A WILSON. 13d Lake-rt.
WILLCOX A GIBBS. 133 Lake-tL
Show Cairi fScrr Style*).
D. BARCLAY. maonf&rtTirer. Ml Stalest
Koaniooe «#7M. etc*
ILLINOIS SOAPSTOSE STOYK CO, S3 Waahlastca.
Store*. Furnace*. and Ranges.
BANGS BROTHERS. I>s StiU-C.
BARLOW C WKI.LS, 1-3 Late-«t.
FULLER, WARRE.V £ CO, 55 Slate-rt.
PRATT WEAI WORTH £ 0J,l» Lake-tL
Steam Easlßfa etc.
AMES* ENGINES, 70 Sosth Canal-it.
BLARDY’S ENGIRRS. H Foa'h Cacal-st.
j». w. MFC.
RICHARD*’ ESGIJJES. G to 55 Sooth JefferMC-it
Stores* Hardware* etc.
J. J. CQUIER.SI: Lake-et.
Teas (WboWale).
5. SHERWOOD £ CO., 21 Waihinrfon-rt.
Twines, Cordage, etc.
GILBERT HUBBARD £ CO, 9J5 aad X. SoaJi
Water-ft
Tloegnr Worhs.
O. G, E. PRESSING, 323 and Ml state**.
Watch Material*
KHABITFY £ SWABTCIULD, 113 Lake it, upstairs.
Watches* Jewelry* etc. (Wholesale..
COGSWELL £ CO, HO Uwl
niSiav WSAjSiSif’S co. ctopottc,. uh,
skritwit (mono w.Tcaco_iss«u»Mt
STABK £ ALLEN. ICP Lake-rt.
Wuck.* Jew.lrr. (Tn.01~15 HU H«HU.
ffWjß MAT'?'. vtsSAt
a *B‘MILAEBt wr - Clark and Bsndelpb-iti.
f about' £ S UA LakMt
Wises* LiQders* etc.* (Wholesale).
GBOMUES £ ULLRICH,43 SoothCUrk-sL
CQffTT. AMD TEA POT.
THE NATIONAL
COFFEE POT!
29.000 J 2SS“ u '• “• ”
140.000
It alw»y* BAkes most Excellent &od Sell*
dons Coffee.
IT IS TKXLT KCOTIOIUICAI,,
Musfactnred exciatlrejy by tha
MERIDEN BRITANNIA CO.
WEST MERIDEN, CONN.
FOB WHOLESALE BT FRANK STUROBS ft 09.
Aod for itiehJ the trade rrcrywhcr*.
HATIOSAL TKA AM COFFBfi EOT CO.,
CHICAGO.
HF-AT. ESTATE,
ENGLEWOOD.
FOB SALE,ten acres bound
ed by Sixty-seventh-st. on
south and Halsted-st. on the
east—nice, level, dry land, ad
mirably adapted for subdivi
sion into lots. Access to town
by the trains of three rail
roads. One of the best specu
lations in the market. Terms,
one-third cash and the balance
in ten annual installments at 8
per cent. VT. J. BARNET,
Room 19,163 EaSalle-st.
FOR SALE,
By J. H. HEES &, CO., 59 Eearbom-aL
The property bown ■■ Soldiers* Heme, oo corner
Bouclai-place and Lako-sv., with bulldlarv. suitable
lor a Lake S:de_li»tel.
SHIRTS.
SHIRTS.
Mlrts made of !f. Y. 31.3tnv1!n, with
3300 IJaea. perdox.. to order SJB^IU
Wam«mtta3iulta«wtth3LOOLlnea.. 33.00
Lonsdale Kaolin. with 3100 Linen.. ‘-.' 00
Oar Linens are made to our order.
bclns heavier thna thooe oaaallr worn,
receive a better HnUh, and five louger
lemce. Oor I'nOi brlsx ALL
laundry •moolher, and remnln ntcer than
tbo«e made of part eoiion i they are 3
or 4-pIT, ua caaiamerodwlrp. ''r saake the
centre plait* of oar booocaa .< ply. which give*
a finlab to the *Urt far mupeHor to Lbooe
made 3 ply. Above fblrt* 1J3.00 r*e do*,
leaafrom otoekof oor own manafoetar*. than
to order. Entire oatUlactlon slven or moaoy
rofaaded.
WILSON BROS.,
tftsMnstOß-st., opposite Open Boose, CWc&zo
FOURTH-ST., Ope' a Howe, Claeiaaati. aad
uaios BCILDOn. Troy. «.T. - 11 __
FOURTH OF JULY.
FOURTH OF JULY
CELEBRATION.
FOR SALE OR TO LOAN,
FOR THE FOURTH,
CANNONS, GUNS,
Military Goods of all Kinds,
IT GOVERNMENT GOODS DEPOT,
190 and 192 Washlnstton-st„
CHICAGO. ILL.
AND OIL WORKS,
ciIICAGO
Lead and Oil Works,
(Katahttibod liM-bornt and rebuilt La ls£9),
MANCFAOTURKRS OF
Ltad Pipe, Sheet lead, Bar end pi* Leid, Pan
Can and Balled tlaseed OU, lad Ground
OU CaVe foe Feedlag.
Alt onr Lln*e*d 00 ii miTAnteed dtrictly pure «ol
fall weight.
OFFICE CHISAOO SHOT TOV/EB CO.,
Manufacturer* of PropEhnt. Back Shot EaUa.
yjy- OrtU.l9 from the mule solicited,
K. W. BLATCHFOBT k CO^
70 ti atb CUnton-ct
LTJM3ES
HENRY N. HOLDEN,
Wmufictarrr »nd Dealer fa e!! WndJ of
HARDWOOD Llifflßtß,
Keen constantly oa hind the lai*etl and best a # *«H*
tncnl of ASH. OAK, WUITKWOOD, WALSDT,
niUKORT.MAPLF. CHRP.RT tad BtTTfcRSITT.
and FARCY WOODS. consUUn* of Maho*any. Florida
Kid Cedar, White Holly, Satmwood. and
Vi nrcrirß; aim. Hub#, Sr'kee, Fell Axle*, Foltf*
and BH.*er». BILLS CUT TO ORDF.R, Ofsc i and
Yard cor. Market and Jackeon-ata.. Chicago.
DIVIDEND NOTICE.
DIVIDEND NOTICE.
IDE XATKW4L BASK OF COaBERCR
At the Directors of this Rvik, held on
I6e Jfth day cf June. XsTl. » QUARTERLY THVI
DRND of 2.S P<r cent wa« declared payable on and
after the 24 day of July. MIL
DENTISTIITi
AN OLE)
DENTIST
INANEWPE.ACE.
Dr. AItBAU&H, for the past
fifteen years on the West Side,
may nowbe found at 22 Wash
ington-st., cor. Wabash-av.
Haskin, Martin & Wheeler,
MAM-KACTURERS and dealers IN
SALT,
FINE, COAIL-E, AND DAIRY.
OFFICE: No. 82 South Water^st.
BRICK MACHINE
Hotchkiss & Buss
BRICK & TILE U.
BTJ-rPTESS CAROS.
: BOBEBT GBEISB,
EKSUEMCE BEOKER,
No. 143 LaSaiio-st.
IJdm oflaaaraace promptly armogetl at
Current rates, Idssei adjusted, loan papers
prepared, and attention siren ta ALL JIAT
TJOLS connected with FIRE L\«fttANCE. _
, u. t. iJ ft. CUatoD-ct.
A BOOK
U&BBlftnFl A Private OoanseHor to the Mif
mHnniAUb ned. or tbo*eabout to marrr,oathe
I phyrioloeieal inytterie* ana rerrfa.
uUIUCa ) tionaof the sexual ijiten. with the
I latest diteorenea in prcdadnc and
prerrotinK offfTrte&how to prctefri the cotsplezlos.ee.
Toil i* an Uitemtn* wort ci two hundred and
trt«cty4our M2M, with buquou escrartsjc*. and coo.
tatna valuable Inlorcatlcn tor more trhoarrtainirj.
or etintficptate mandate. Sail it ia a boo* that ought
to be kept under lock and key and not laid eareloaaly
abcnl the h'-of •.
Sent to anyone (Iroe of pxtsce) tor fifty cent*.
AridiTM DB. BUTTS’ DISPENSARY. fto. 13 north
Eiflith-tU SL La til, Mo.
Notice to the Afflicted and Unfortunate,
Before ipplrlnx to the nowriaai giick* whsadrer
t>elnpnbficp4pen>,or a*lne*ny muck remedies. r«*
raw Dr. Betti’ work, to matter wa*t Tour disease I*,
or how deplorable year condition.
Dr. EotU can be consulted. pemonally or hr mad, ®“
tberfiieasej mentioned in oil work*. Oi-ice. .y.J
Borth IlihUj-eL, between Market asi Chsinn., - -
Inoli. Mo. _—
■g-y FAIRBANKS’
It II STANDARD
/L SCALES
/ crmiott
OREEHLEAF&C*
t37k l39St2t*SL CHICA6C.
.J^eL&FOESYTH’S
U. 8. STANDARD'
S.
VICTOR SCALES,
AODRSSU
VICTOR SCALE CO.
MOLINE. ILL.
Chicago Honse, 158 State-st.
EVENING WISCONSIN.
THE EVENXNGWISGONSIN
Or MILWAUKEE,
U the cld fit, Urceil, and mot *rl3elr*ctaccl*ted
to Wisconsin or Mtanerota. We wth *rg?*3S**y
rate* far fix month* and yearly J
tioa betnadeison, Addrw* CSAMIgDgfcM s
CHAMAE, Milwaukee. WU. ——
SEND TEN CENTS
To BOOT •C 2t ~f4 L 0 L 'iH»
SBfeSitoSiiac’**'
CUSHMAN’S:
RIVERSIDE
PROPERTY.
Farorable chance for those
wishing to bnlld or hold. A
small number of lots,
atLOWFIGUBES,
daring the
next
30
DAYS.
Unequalled Beauty '
of Location on tlic
Banks of tbe
Anx Plain©
Bixer.
' Tasteful implements in a
high style of landscape art. No
other such beautiful residence
property in the West. Every
man and woman living or visit
ing in Chicago should see the
i wonderful town of Biversldc,
laid out with the taste and fin
ish of the most elegant old
country estates. It possesses
I every feature desirable in a
j rural retreat near a great and
1 growing city. It is a moderate
statement to make that within
five years land here will bring
prices above four-fold of those
now asked.
LARGE LOTS.
Moderate prices for the nest
30 days.
C. 10. 3S.XTSTCS-,
Front Basement Office,
164 WASHINGTON-ST.
LEATHER,
HIDES, &c.,
Sold on Commission.
Also, Sole Agents for Peeka
kill Chemical Works
LAMPBLACK.
,J. H. SMITH.
40 and 44 Franklin-ot.
03X.T EIRECT LINE TO FRANCE.
TbeCtmcral Tmc«*tlarUe OoTnr'nr'p mvl
*blr* bctWf«nNew Ycr» and Uarre, calling at BrnO.
Appelated t<> »ail on every alters Ate Sstnruay.
Price of raf«ace In cc’l (IncUltne rwi; rtr»t
c*bsc.iHa. Second cabin *TA Exconioa ticket* at • L
red ictK<n of lo per cent
TM »tcan«n of tht/ line do not carry itccnue p>m>
ctM, American traveller* timer run* to or ret wl-t
from the continent of Hnn»pn, byuklnc ttm tsjorta
rtjntr. nrold both tran.lt hr F.oeifh pol**” *Ri «•
dL«comfortt o* cretin* the Obaaael.bct.dC9 u*-4
time, trouble and cjpenw. _ , n>*r>o<i«
For Irrteht orr»i»i«s *rplT of th* O«wOTORIJ*
MACKRNZIR t ». Lorn BA
TIOXAL BARK OP COMMRBCS. Chl-nta.
CTTKTARD LINE.
OF KOTAL MAIL STEAMSHIPS.
B&iliaf tror.i Xtvr \ork a**rv WEPS&sDAT,
“ am °* liiuiWPATwxd SATURDAY, far
QCEEXSTOffS, LOJiUOSPEBBIt
Lii Eltl'OOL, and GLASGOW.
CBCU. SUJEatA ‘
pan on to Llrerpo:! or tjaMcstown, nu strata*
eraTeafini Hew York cn Wednesday—Fi.*,t _
Cabin .. S , 2f! rl *3
Second cabin &*{ t’jj
ThurodaT’titeaaitr*—Cabin. S« c»«
Bteera*e . lUf*
KfSn i’slraaVtV' U«jVd at redno-d ;«»- - p'ana
tc be seen, and bertha seccred. atRoDA Lako^t-jcoinee
cJ JU*U.«v,UU„ ffelL( . !iml Wutm Awrt
ftvn Bbtcx. Pafifiuff Acme.
Inman Line
TVTATT. STEAMERS,
Cxrrjlos the BrltlA end letted Ststes 3»ll.
STBAJI SB.m-WEKKLY.
NewT-rk and Urerp.'.ol. guestPxrU. H«a.
bnnr. Rotterdam, Goihrahere. Bremen.
U aT re, ChrisUaniahd, Copenhagen. Lnn.liana, (ilae*
row, LcndjuJerry. London. ... ... ...
Ticket* to aad tmm all the principal polo.j Ink.®
United State* and Parme* For funh.-r pjrt r ;' r . 2 t r *
ply st theC 'rnpSßT** cflwe. to JOHN G DALE, IS
Ornadwmv, New Y’rk, orto .
FKANCIs O. BROwJf. South ri*rk-et.. fThleaea,
Eight Draft* oa Great ErtUin. Ir.lan-L sod the Oca
UcnL far sals.
K. MAT.I.IBW.Cu’Jer.
PROPOSALS FOR SLATE.
U. S. Mascot no*rtT.ht, Chicago. >
Omca or hcruu.vTK. , OE*T. May .1:71.1
Seal'd proposal* will be rtce.red at this o--.ee until
12 oVlcekia-, of the 15th <lay of Julv, in. for f iruuh
iar and deHrertcy. on the *fte of the C. S. Marine Uo*-
pital, Chicago. 111. M.UW Slates. 211 ocher lons. 14 inchea
wide, and loch thick: (nrfaeea to l>? fa r and smooth,
cut <>t wind, edges straight aad square, and ad -I ma
f°AU<L fur IJoO Slates, «tac siae and quality, with oua
made per rinrte Slate of ■•aeh description.
AJI bids mutt be made <’■! the punted loniL-to be ob
talted at this cfSee. and be acccmoani.d hr
hood is the sum cf three thca*md dcU»nuja. the bid
der inll acceptacd perf.-ni: the ror.tra't if a ward- 1 to
Mo. the wlTidcory of the ». -unty « • V certl-.- d; 11-y
the U. P. L)i*trlet Jadpe or the Clerk of .h«* L S.« 'a-t.
The Drramnent rtsor-e* the neht to rc;<-ct any or ait
SALT.
nts win be made oa the delivery ef thu sUte,
In g---dc.-cd’tl'.a i«» tto ihu i»lUf*ctioaol tu-; aup>-u'o-
tube d-.LTCfideacr l-tf;:.* the I.Hli day cf
* ProtM>.»ls liihet be tte’wfl ia» envelope,ea»
dorted “ Prop-ealj for Slate.** and add e«««d .0
F. W. uU.*KJS J.*i.auv«intcadeaL
Frescoiner
Scaltd prvK*AL yTvUI be received at lbs Coucty
ClctW’stS-ce. la Frl=c-tan. Bureau CVnnty,
anlilio’dockp. ffiiof hatitrd.y, Ju’.ri. iiti. f:: trej.
colt* tbelot«nor of the Court liutuo
The d'tscDtloLs of the loexs and balls can hoascor*
taibfd hy tpp!l«-aUo«j toth* County Clerk. atPrinee.
trn. Proper als to •« rteloeed And endowed “ Fropo.*,
for rescoir g tho Court Hra**,** and *ddrw»ed to J. W
IKMPLETC?. Coirty Cltrk. Prirr-.-fsp, CBsou.
J. U. FAWCETT. i
M.curse. * Cinimittee.
J. W.IKMFLFTON.r
PaCSCETON. IQlftcir. Jnnc 15,1*21,
J. H. STEAD &. CO.,
•19 LaJtolle«»t.
Proposals for Wood and CoaL
Sealed bids will be received for oae week for famish*
ter Cook County with ah the soft coal and hat) w.id
whlrh may be required L.r one year, to b-t delivered ta
rtcgle ban tone and half cords to the poor, cn or l :r«
fren toe Co'inty ACi-nt’s ofTire. A1»"!*r ,- ;e i*r.l
and soft cial mqairedforoDcyear at the losaoe Aey*
lea aod Poor bouse Bids to be dlre-ted to Chiina-va
of the CrmmlUes on Poor H-m** anl Propers,
asd with the Coaaiy C»cf*.
SoitaVic beads will he tt-quired f*;r ,bs
lailhtß! pertcnaiace ot tbs contra;.:*, tin
rrrttviustherigbt to reject aay vjl l *- »»*
CLAES, Jr. Secretary Committee (.0 Poor Houre asd
Pauptn ot GookCoohiy.
Chitago. Jane 17.1971.
IGE grids.
FOE TEE MILLION.
SCALES.
mWHBMC.
BITEBSIDS'
LEATHER, HIDES, ETO
OCEAN NAVIGATION.
PROPOSAL.
DISSOI.TTTION NOTICES,
DISSOLUTION.
The ten of PRESCOTT t WILLI ‘.MS la t'.ila day
mutsftl roa*at. tfv- »v*. .Milianis fcarln*
osrehiMd the fcterwt of said Prwott therein, and ha
iJcne is to wire al! U-e w «t “’a” B , th *
ties cf #»ld firm, and «M P'rfo"* hnrrns rials* KT.tert
uid ten in wfPtrJnllr a*k«l to pr< «ftt »*=J to laid
\fiL-»aulos*i-»-‘«—- 2. DW _ vao Prescott.
JOHN St. WILLIAMS.
CnrCAGr>. June I”L
The will ccttlnue i»M bnilae*4 at 32
Michi«as-af- with * new and fail ssjortedllseof e >rd»
which will be sold at I >wf*l market rate*.
JOHN W*. WILLIAMS.
CtncaiiQ. Jane 23, Is 71.
DISSOLUTION.
The ten of DODGE, ROBERTS A CO, No. 15 Dear
bott-eL. u ebiolrrd by lay withdrawal from ne
t «ae. I am not liable, and will not be held for my
luhUitlt* entered Into.creontracti made oal behalf of
or in the name of raid finn fOtquost f> this ittc.
Chicago. Jnee 2S. l?7l. -T. M. K't!tyßT»._
UECICA r
Look to Yom Children!
Tto Gnit Soolhln* Bemedj.
MRS. Curt* colic criMaciaiPßlC*
WHITCOMB’S tie bo-reU. sad fseil'raie*;
BTKUP. tbeproc;i« of ~iksw?2
MRS- Sabdua* ccamUjani sad prflLii
WHITCOMB’S OT<reasjM «Ji d;s*»«-« iaaj-l
StKUP. deatto tafia:* iad childreS- O® *™
MRS. Cares tmrrbcM, Oeecavry] “'V*®
WHITCOMB’S md Sarumer Com&Uia: »1
SXECP- cMidrto sil sgcs. L “'Jr
Ulitha crest lafsotj’ ul CHUcr:=’*
edj.udtauldteerrienbraaibxca »-
oteer can**.
Prepared by tit
Sold by drag!*
m~in Medicine Co., it.
Ufrrdde^eriitg^^d^iaejtTKr^^^^
T.ATTTB NAVIGATION^
Goodrich’s Steamers.
+*DAILY fir Kilwaskse, etc, *t 9 alP*
preTrLBAiON Boat to atnwaokss. SUtarday
™f*DAILT. f« St Jcaett, and Benton Harbor at IS
BOAT to 8t Jweph SahwiiTtt
U aS»ROrr«Bsy.cto, Toe*dsy "7- =t
tvß Hn&aad.Mjih,lue*d*y,Tbor»day*ad Satsr*
w P"»B street brMj*.
Doc “’ T. O. BOTIiA. SawnatecdeaA
tSatardaya excepte-L
LAUNDRY.
sronoEß’s
LAUNDRY
80 Dcorborn-et.

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