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Farther Consideration of the Annual
Cstiimitcu by the Council* •] . '
Tbo'Council mot again yesterday evening,
Aid. MoAvoy* in the chair. Present, Aldermen
Richardson, Dixon, Warren, MoOouniss, MoAvoy,
Bldwoll, Tracey, Schmitz, Ouliorton, Mo dowry,
Bailey, Powell, O’Brien, Bond, Clark, Koboo,
Heath, Sherwood, Moore, Cleveland, Quirk,
McGrath, EclibarJl, Stout, Mabr. Longacbor,-
Bohaffnor, Carney, Cannon, Woodman. , :
Tbo Council resumed in Committee of tbo
Whole tiro consideration of tbo Appropriation
bill, and furnished tbo various salary items for
tbo Fire Department, leaving thorn unchanged
oxcopt that instead of sixteen janitora at S4BO
oaob, provision is inado for twouty-ouo at $720
Ca, Iho next increase was by ixuttiug in $4,000 for
tbo erection of an engine-house on the lots' to
bo bought near tbo comer of llalstod And
Thirty-fifth streets. , : ; .
A motion..was mado to put in tbo sum of
$22,(300 for tbo purobnsoot a lot near tbo comor of
Lincoln and luulana streets, for the erection of an
ongino bouse, purohaso of steam engine,- etc.
'Estimates wore long ago made by the Board; of
Flro and Police for t this work, but tbo item: was
dropped out by the Finance Committee. ,-, v ; , -
Tlio motion was agreed to. . • • _
A motion,to insert SB,OOO fora now engine
house on Blue Island avenue was temporarily
postponed. . <1 .
Whoa tbo Health Department estimate- pros
reached, the salary of tbo Sanitary Superinten
dent wna stricken out, but when tbo Council
found it bad no authority .in tbo matter, it r6-
coneidorod its action, and, after/ trying to strike
out tbo salary of, the Health Officer, postponed
tbo.wbolo subject, and called for a copy ot the
. contract for tbo removal of dead animals, it,being
insinuated that there was something queer about
it, and that men who bad the money worp made
io pay for the removal- of dead animals,' and
that tbo contract was only for the benefit of poor,
people who could not pay. , .. ;
Tbo following items passed without question:
Bonaire of apparatus, $17,000; new hose, $17,-
COO: fuel, horses and supplies, $30,000; rout of-
Louses and ground, $1,887.50; supply truck
■wagon and horses, etc., $1,480; now book and
ladder truck, $1,600: lot near State... and
Twelfth streets, , $7,500; building,- oto.,
corner of, Franklin and Washington, $8,485
building corner of Washington 'ami
Clinton streets. SIO,OOO ; lot near Halated and
Thirty-fifth streets, $4,000; for lot .between-
State and Weils streets,. Goethe and Elm streets,
erection of building, purchase of ongino, etc.,
625,000 ; for lot near Oanaiporfc avenue,and,Hal
stod street, for building, ongino, etc., $24,005 ;
for lot between Madison and Vanßurou, Tliroop
ind Robey streets, for building, ongino, ‘etc.,
$24,505; for lot near corner of Ashland andßluo
’ Island avenues, for building, engine, otc., -821,-
505; for an engine for boso-bouso on Webster
avenue, including horses, etc., $10,655 ; for tbo
same in the hose-house on Madison stVoot, near
Western avenue, $8,385 ; repairs to Fire Depart
ment buildings, $4,000. ■ „ ,
The Committee rose and tbo Council ad
Dr. David H. Wheeler will preach to-morrow
In tho Presbyterian Church. Tbo Bov. Georgo
0. Noyes, pastor of tho church, will Gil tho
pulpit of tho Third Street Methodist Church at
Tho Bov. E. N. Packard, of this place, will de
liver an address ou next Monday oveuing before
tho Society of Inquiry of tho Bookfdrd Ladies’
Dr. Charles H. Fowler will deliver tho Bacca
laureate sermon to tho graduating class of tbo
Northwestern University to-morrow morning at
10:80 a. m., in tho Methodist Church. At 7:35 p.
m., Dr. J. 0. Peck will deliver tho annual
sermon before tho Ladies’ College, at tho samo
A Union sociable, hold at this village on
Thursday night, was very generally attended and
i'ljoro will bo a reception at the Highland Park
Hotel this afternoon and evening. - Every
preparation has boon mode to make tho occasion
a success. It is understood that this reception
oelohratcs tho completion of the hotel and ito
Arrangements - aro being mado for a grand
celebration on tbo Fourth of July, in tho Town
ship of Hyde Park. Thp committee having tho
matter in charge has succeeded in obtaining
from the Hon. Thomas B. Bryan tho uso of his
flfty-acro grovo immediately adjoining Ba
venswood. The programme has not yet been
definitely decided upon, but it will consist mainly
of speeches and popular games.
J. H. Hardee, U. B. A., is at tho Sherman.
H. B. Payson, Now York, is at tho Gardner, •
Washington Libby, Boston, is atthoMatteaon.
John G. Brother and family, St. Louis, oro a(
tho Gardner.
£. A. Sothoru, tho actor, was at the Sherman
yesterday. Ho Is on his way to California. ■
Orlando H. Moore, V, S. A., is at tho Sher
man. 1
Frank H. Edmund, U. S. A., is at tho, Sher
Col. Floyd Jones, U. S, A., is at the Sher
Gnpfc. Hinsdale, Hartford, Conn., is at the
Judge Bryant, of lowa, is among the promi
nent arrivals at tho West Side Briggs House.
A. B&pp, Superintendent of tho Pullman Pal
ace Car Works, at Elmira, N. Y., is at tho Mat
Among tho arrivals at the Gardner yesterday
wore tho following: O. Mcßurney, Boston; F.
H. Laxter. Newark, N. J.; N. Papin, St. Louis':
Bamuol Walloch, Now York; Honry Adams and
wife, Boston.
Gen. James Tilton, Civil Engineer of the
Northern Pacific Bailroad, arrived in this city
yesterday from Puget Sound, and is stopping at
the West Side Briggs House. The General was
Surveyor-General of Washington Territory dur
ing both Pierce’s and Buchanan’s administra
Among the arrivals at the Grand Pacific yes
terday wore tho following t T. 0. Bucgga,
Shanghai, China; E. G. Bailey .Vermont; John
M. Harnoy, St. Louis; A, G. Wright, Atlanta,
Ga.; Honry Hogan, Montreal; T. W. Stone,
Philadelphia; Henry Long, South Australia;
T. G. Moore, Louisville, Ky.; G. F. Manning,
Among tho arrivals at the Sherman yesterday
were the following: Edward Hunt, London;
0. J. Coleman, Fond du Lao; John H. Bond,
New York; B. Wall, Providence : E. S. Adams,
Minneapolis; E. B. George, 6c. Paul; G. D.
Chapman, Now York; William B. Kerr,' St.
Joseph; Charles Arthur, Philadelphia; 8, H.
Warren, Kansas ; P. Arnold, Montreal. -
lu tho fall of 18G7 Miss Kato Cameron, of this
city, loft hero for Paris, whither she wont to pur
sue the profession of art. She has remained
there, os she writes to a friend in the East.
“ through war and peace, sunshine and shade,
until tho present month, when she proposes to
visit her friends in Now York and Chicago, re
turning to Paris in tho fall. During her pro
longed absence Miss Cameron has pursued her
studies with such success as to command for her
pictures the special notice of critics, and corre
spondents of loading American journals have
favorably mentioned her work. A greater com
pliment than those, however, was a recent re
ceipt of an order from tho French Government
for ono of her pictures. In an art centre where
thousands are striving for recognition, it may bo
regarded as quite a triumph for on American
lady artist to receive such notice.
Gen. B. W. Crawford; in war-times command
er of the Pennsylvania Reserve, has taken
leave of absence and gone to Europe.
Henry 0. Bowen's fnco is represented as “be
ing quite bronzed with bis Western trip." This
spoils the supposition that Henry bad been keep
ing in the shade.
H. J. Stevens, the Assignee of Bowles Bros. &
Co., bus started (or Europe. The Court allows
him SSO a day forservices, and sl6 a day for ex
penses, In gold.
Gen. Thomas E. Champion, formerly Colonel
of tho Ninety-ninth Illinois Volunteers, died,
Juno 10, in Knoxville, Tonn., whore ho liad re
sided since tho war.
T. B. Hnut, of Elkader, lowa, late Circuit
Judge, and for some years State Senator from
Clayton County, died at his homo on Tuesday
last, after an illness of some mouths.
I. W. Cord, of Mason City, who has been
promently named as the Republican candidate
for Lieutenant-Governor of lowa, has been
taken to tho Insane Asylum at Independence.
Judge Johnson, of Halifax, who is now 82
years of ago, and at present in the south of
Franco, ban boon appointed Lieut on&nt-Qovorn
or of Nova Beotia. Thla woo moat unexpected.
Jamofl B. Rock and family will upend tbo wbolo
summer abroad, visiting rolntivos In Scotland
most of Hint llmri’and putting Mr. Book s back
pay where they think it will do themsolvoß most
Jacob fltovor, ago 03, of tbo Massillon (0,)
Furnace Company, is out of pookot to tbo tuno
of $7,000 for bis auporfluona attoutlons to Miss
Kimball, need 41, according to tbo verdict of tbo
jury, and Jacobs laments that playing with tbo
coals of a smoldering lire is apt to load to burnt
A circular from Osslan E. Dodge sent to tbo
tress everywhere, In behalf of a Bk. Paul road
ug-room, concludes with tbo remark. I would
gratefully acknowledge the receipt from you of
your magnificent paper.” And yet the editors
can’t find anything green in Mr. Dodge s letter
when they rattle it.
Thi Mnynvillo (Ity.) Eagle rolnlcn that •* tlio
lato llov. Dr. R. J. Brookiurldgo. Br.. roroarkoil,
a short time before bis death, iliat tbo reunion
of the Presbyterians would take place after- the
Lord takes mo to Heaven and scuds Dr. Stuart
Robinson back to Ireland.’ This prophecy is
nearly fulfilled. Dr. Breckinridge has gone to
tbo spirit laud, and Dr. Robinson has loft, or is
about leaving, for Ireland,, and the reunion of
tbo Churches seems to bo, not far distant.
Senator Harlan, who is a, Methodist pillar,:
saya In bis romarKablo dally paper: “The report
credited to tbo Now York Jleratd that Henry
Ward Boochbr, on last Sabbath, preached another
TJnivoreaUst sermon, ought to bo received with
many grains of allowance. Tbo verification of
its truth might oroato tbo impression that tbo
Bowon-Tilton stories bad some foundation, and
tbAt Beecher folftbo need of a gonoroua provis
ion for future salvation."
' Gen. William O. Butler, of Mexican War
celebrity, who has Uvod-al 'Carrollton, Ky., for
seventy-six years, has two brothers, one 84- and
the othor 80, and also a cousin who is 90 years of
ago—all residing. in tbo same town. In 1848
and while in Mexico,'tbo General was nominated
for Vico-Brosidont oh tbo ticket with Gen. Cass.
Ho has since been remaining quietly at bis homo
in • Carrollton, and, .although in bis 83d year,
novor walks loss than six miles a day for exor
cise. •
Light and Ventilation.
Thoro Is no situation tinder which the requirement
of a perfect system of sky-light ventilation is more
needed than in tho composing-room of a largo news
paper. This perfection has hoon attained in our com
posing-room. Tho breathing of so many men, and the
great heat generated at night by tho many gas-Ughte,
Tender It'necessary that strong means should bo
brought to counteract tho ill effect. Hays Hroa., of
Now York and Chicago, have Just completed over our
composing room a moist perfect arrangement, consist
ing of a largo, high skylight, with a ridge ventilator,
and also a kind of dormer from each of tho four sides,
In tho front of which Is a aeries of iron louvres
so arranged that they may bo ononod and
closed from the floor at option, .by which means
tho full benefit of a good current of air Is scoured,
Tho great impetus given to building by. tho lato gigan
tic fires in Chicago and Boston, and by tho general de
sire for improvement arising from tho increasing
value of real estate in our principal cities, naturally
leads all interested In tho construction of buildings to
accept tho latest Improvements In this most important
branch'. Of these, none aro more essential than tho
admission of light ami ventilation, and the perfection
of tho roof, and all that pertains thereto: and if tins
la not satisfactory, all other outlay on tho structure
la misplaced capital. In view of this, with
pleasure wo call the attention of our readers
to tho method of admitting both light and
ventilation through tho roof, as described above.
Hayes Bros, have not only accomplished Oio thor
ough ventilation of skylights, but tho thus far almost
inevitable concomitant of water, from either leakage ,
or condensation, la entirely overcome, tho benefit of
which is apparent to any practical mechanic who ban
experienced the continual trouble following tho use of
ordinary skylights, whether of wood or Iron. Vo are
also pleased to find that Chicago has not been back
ward In adopting this Important change, for tho Hayes
skylights are to bo found on most of tho principal
buildings In this city, os well as on tho principal build
ings in most other cities of the United States, espe
cially Now York.
The Wabash Avenue Billiard Parlor.
The climax of elegance and neatness In tbo furnish.
Ing and ornamentation of a billiard ball has boon
rcashed In tho now establishment of Mr. E. Jacobs, cor
ner Wobash-av. and Twenty-first street, on the ground
floor of tbo Woodruff House. Tho room contains
eight beautiful Inlaid tables of tho “ Now Chicago”
bevel stylo, from tho celebrated factory of Emanuel
Brunswick k Co., Nos. 47 and 49 State street, and all
equipments and accessories of corresponding rich
ness. Tho proprietor, Mr. Jacobs, is ono of
Chicago’s oldest and best-known citizens, and ho will
bo nnuko himself if ho does not succeed In rendering
hla beautiful placo extremely popular, and a credit to
tho fashionable neighborhood in which it la situated.
For superintendent ho has engaged Mr. Joseph Vor
moulon, a well-known billiard-player. The new hall
will be formally opened to-night, and Messrs. Ithlnen.
Uonohan, Snyder, Vormoulen, and other experts, will
bo there to set tho balls a-rolUng. .
Improvements in Pianos.
Wo have recently examined, at Reed’s Temple of
Music, comer, of Dearborn and Van Duron streets,
some' Chlckcrlng Square Grand Pianos, with a now
patent double-boaring agraffe, a recent improvement
of the utmost value with regard to durability of tone
and standing in tune for a length ,of time. These In
struments arc sevenand a half octavos, and have three
strings thronghout the upper register, with French
' action and over-damper. For power of tone, sweet
ness, and brilliancy, one has but to hear them to bo
convinced of their superiority. They arc Intended for
general parlor use, and ore being purchased largely by
tho fashionable music-loving public of our city. In
order to render their Introduction general, Messrs.
Reed & Sons will furnish them upon payment of SIOO
cash, balance In monthly installments. The prices are
very low for tho quality of the Instruments.
California Sunday Train.
the Chicago, Burlington & Qnlncy Railroad Sunday
train, the through Paolflo expms for Council Bluffs,
Omaha, Sau Fronclaco, and all Far West points, will
leave tho Central Depot of the Michigan Central, Illi
nois Central and Chicago, Burlington A Quincy Rail
ways ot 10.00 a. m. Sunday, Juno 22. 1673, stopping at
Indiana avenue and Canal street stations. This road baa
been awarded the last contract for tho transportation
of the overland malls to and from Ban Francisco, Aus
tralia, China, and Japan. Through tickets via Chica
go & Northwestern and Chicago, Rook Island it Btuillo
Railways, will bo good on ibis train.
Fine Clothing at Cost.
We are determined to sell our present* stock of elc-t
gout and stylish clothing at cost, previous to removal
to our new quarters, northwest corner of State and
Madison streets, Aug. 1, embracing all the novelties
In white vests, linen and mohair sacks and dusters,
English and Scotch cheviots, and an immense stock
of boys* and children’s goods. Must bo sold and will
bo If low prices will do It. Call and see ns. Edwards.
Bluott A Co., Nob. 16 and 17 West Madison street, and
Ko. 80S State street.
Llama Points.
Opening this dty, a largo line of llama lace shawls
and Bocquos, of our own Importation. Buyers can
save at least 40 per cant. Also, 1,009 salts of every
kind and stylo, at about half price. A fine braided
suit can bo bought for sl9. the price of which'a few
days ago wpa $36, - Colored and plain white suits, in
great variety, at $4, $5, and SO, loss than half the old
price, and 1,000 dozen Babbrlggan hose at 60 cents ;
old price, sl. O. W. AE. Pardridge A Co., Nos, 118 to
121 State street.
Inman Steamship Office.
Mr. Francis 0. Brown, tho General Western Agent
of this Justly celebrated line of steamers, bos lately
removed from Central Block to No. 32 Clark street,
comer of Lake, where ho occupies ono of the most
pleasant and finely-fitted offices In tho city. This Uno
of steamships Is tho royal mall line, and la one of tho
most popular of tho trans-Atlantic hues.
Pure Wines.
n, August Klrchhoff A Co., No. 24 Lako street, have
the largest assortment of the popular Missouri vrlues,
Black Rose, Virginia Seedling, Concord, Ac., so highly
recommended by the prominent physicians of this
dty and elsewhere for their purity and excellence, and
offer tho same at tho very lowest prices.
Billiard Opening,
The new and elegant billiard hall of Erast Sadler,
at No. 221 West Randolph street, near Green, contain
ing four splendid tables from the J. M. Brunswick A
Balko Co.’s manufactory, will be opouud to-night.
Lovers of the one will do well to bo on hand.
The Govornmont Ilrldgos nt Hock In
land Anoual-No ITloro Transferring 1
of Railroad Freight Permitted*
From the Rhode laland {III.) Aruue, Jan, 10.)
This (Thursday) morning wo learned that a
now order bad just boon Issued by the Secretary
of War in regard to transferring freights over
tbo Government bridges at Rook Island Arsenal.
Heretofore, the freight business of the Peoria
<fc Rook Island, and of tbo Davenport «k St. Paul
Roads has boon trodsforrod by wagons over the
Rook Island Arsenal bridges. It has also, to
some extent, been the practice of merchants and
manufacturers, on each side of tbo rivor, when
having their goods, wares and merchandise on
their wagons, to haul them over the govern
ment bridges, for shipment, if anything could
be saved by it.—oc to roooive them
in Che samo way. The Heoretary of War has
directed that “ hereafter no railroad frVUjhts bo
allowed to cross the Government bridges in
wagons." Dealers and manufacturers in Rock
Island, South Rook Island, Milan, and Moliuo
I must, therefore, hereafter ship from and to
[ their respective places. The samo in Davou-
port. • The practice of carting stores from ono
side of tbo rlvor to the othor for shipment, or of
receiving stores in tbo same way, Is to bo uio
Wo presume that tbo G., B. I. A. I*. Railroad
Company, having paid one-half tbo expense of
building tbo Rook Island bridge, would naturally
fool that the bridge ought not to bo used to in
ure tbo business of tbo rood owning one-half or
t, or tbo business of any other railroad which
hereafter might obtain ah interest in it.
This order will, doubtless havo a more direct
effect upon the Peoria & Rook Island and tbo
Davenport A St. Paul than any other roads or
parties, tboiio roads having as yet, no right to
run tbolr trains over the bridge, and, therefore,
have boon using it to transfer freight by wogbuß
between their roads. . ,'
If tbo now order shall bo strictly confined to
freight received or sent by railroads, wo soo no
objection to it. Tbo Intercourse,.social and. bus
iness, between tbo people on each sldo of tbo
river Is not to bo interfered with, as matters now
stand. But “ Cap” Robinson and Hiram Prioo
•have very suddenly and very privately loft for
Washington, and it will ho well for tbo people to
keep their eyes and oars open. Tbo businessi or
those monopolists in Washington may not bo for
tbo purpose of getting a now order cutting off
people generally from crossing those bridges, in
order to blood them for tbo benefit of tbo poor
Holrs "—still it in well enough to keep I ‘an oyo
out, for their visit means something.
A targo Number of Propcrty-Owncm
Petition ,o JDnTo' It Opened from
Uoynv to Leavitt Street*
A largo, respectable, and representative meet
ing of tbo owners of property on West Van Baton
street, from Leavitt to Kodzle, including about
two miles of front* was bold last evening in a
dimly-lighted, but largo, respectable, end repre
sentative grocery store near tbo corner of Van
Burou street and Western avenue. Mr. F.-O.
Bradley called the mooting to order, and ox-Aid.
Campbell presided. Ho announced tbo object
of tbo mooting, which bad in - view
tbo removal of a jog in Von : Buron
Street, between Hoyno and Leavitt streets,
which In reality amounted to tbo closing of tbo
street at that point. Should tbo street, which
bod tbo advantage of possessing a main sower,
and gas ami water mama, bo opened out, tbo
West Sido Rallroad Company would a{, once ex
tend their track to Western avenue. Messrs.
Bradley, Boydon. and others, sustained' Mr.
Campbell in bis viowß, and wore in' turn/sus
tained by tbo mooting. A committee, consisting
of Messrs. Boydon, Bradley, Bcbuylor, Crane,
oiid Whitney, woo appointed to draftroaolutions,
which they did as follows: .• f -
7 limited, That this largo, respectable, and, repre
sentative mooting of citizens of the Iblrloonth VarJ
request thp Common Council to take such immediate
action os will speedily straighten Von Baron street,
between Boyne and Leavitt streets, and that a special
assessment of all tho property benefited by this Im
irovdmont is desired, and that tho property-ownors
jonefitod oro willing to advance, tho necessary funds
to tho city for tho advance of tho tax.
JtMolvedy That Von Huron street, being one of tho
groat streets leading oast and west from tho heart of
ho city, ought to bo opened directly from tbo lake to
Control Park, and that we. the property-owners rep
resenting over two miles of frontage on Van Buron
street, botwceaHoyno street and Kedzlo avenue,- are
desirous of having tho small strip of laud between
Hoyno and Leavitt street condemned by the proper
authorities at once. , „ .
Jicsolved, That one copy of these resolutions bo
S resented to tho Common Council and also to tho
loard of Public Works.
Olio resolutions being acceptable to tho large
and respectable mooting, that representative
body dismembered itself oy adjournment.
Mabbtiall, Mich., Juno 10,1673.
To the Editor of The Chicago Tribune:
Sm *. In your issue of the 13th inst. I notice
your article ou tbo rocont decision of the Now
York Court of Appeals, overruling tho decision
of tho Supremo Court of that Stato, thereby
awarding to Stokoe a now trial, for tbo errors
committed, first, by tho trial at nisi prius ; and
second, affirmed by tho Supremo Court on tho
questions of law presented by. tho record.
I have road your article with caro, and. al
, though I am not prepared to * indorse the princi
ple to the extent you seem to advocato, yet, I
can boo much wisdom in somo of tbo reflections;
but, at tho samo timo, think something may bo
said on tho other side.
You soom to advocato tho making of somo
Codo—aomo written arbitrary set of rules—to bo
adhered tb in such trials; and lam aware that
tho results of many trials tend to give tho greater
part of public tbo impression that, after all, ,tho
legal investigations is aforoo. Now I maintain
that laymon and casual observers do tho .legal
profession groat injustice by their hasty oriti*
cisms. No ono who has not boon called upon to
administer tho law can understand tho difficulty
inherent in this branch of government And I
apprehend that but few appreciate 'the import
ance and bearing that tho courts have In secur
ing our lives, liberty, and property.
Now if wo take a retrospective view of tho
efforts of mankind to advauco from barbarism,
anarchy, despotism, and oppression, wo shall see
that tho masses have boon found to run l Into
extremes, and, during tho heat of
excitement are always liable to do Irreparable
wrongs. Frequently this oxoitemont reaches tho
executive ana legislative bronchos of govern
ment. But the history of civilization shows that
the courts have boon more stable; and, af
ter all the imperfections and shortcomings, hero
is where wo have been saved; here is where wo
are brought to fooo both sides of questions,
which results in sifting minutely the whole; ana
it is hero whore truth —everlasting truth—comes
to tho surface; and what, to a casual observer,
ofteu seems absurd and more delay, is but tho
price wo pay for our liberty.
Now, Ido not say that tho tmrgings of tho
public mind, and tho inordinate passions of tho
mad hour, never ‘ reach and operate in
our Courts; but I do Insist that this branch of
civil government is tho fast to give way, .
We all know that, for some time past, the
masses have been clamoring to hang,'—bang:
and it is quite possible this may have warped
tho honest judgment of courts. But tho groat
right of having those cases reviewed in a calm,
dispassionate manner is hut tho sober second
thought, and surely our Government is strong
enough to make haste slowly whore life is at
The wonder, after all. is, not that so many
mistakes ore made in trials by jury, but that so
few are made.
I notice that in tho Stokes case, tho Court of
Appeals find mistakes In ruling upon evidence,
ana in the charge of tho Court to the Jury. Oho
of the most difficult things a Judge boa to do in
presiding over a trial by jury is “ruling”; on
testimony. In Grooeuloai’a work on evidence,
the whole doctrain is stated in a very few words,
and would soom, to a person without practice,
to bo plain and quite simple. But we notice
that, when wo came to' apply this doctrain, or,
‘in other words, these general rules, to tho
thousand and ono particular and over-varying
cases that came up on trials, wo are often per
plexed; and the Presiding Judge is
called upon to decide, as it wore,
upon the spur of tho moment.
And certainly It is quite possible that testimony
that, at the time, might seem entirely useless,
might, in the end, prove of groat value ; and if,
upon a full and complete survey of tho entire
case, it should appear to bo of any value, tho
defendant is injured ; and. if this is disregarded,
thou liberty as regulated by law has suffered.
And not only has this party been wronged, but
this becomes a precedent tor all time to oppress
others. And hence it is that, in this way, good
or had law oomes to operate to save or injure, os
tho caso may bo. And bo it remembered that, of
all the rules of law operating on persons or prop
erty Lu onreountry,whether written constitutions,
• acts of Legislatures, or otherwise, the rules
that are published from courts of tho lost resort,
like tho New York Court of Appeals, are tho
most numerous, the moat valuable and endur
Thls is common law, founded in justice,—
everlasting justice,—tested by the experience of
ages. One of the marked differences between a
written code and an unwritten mlo Is, the code
attempts to anticipate and decide in advance j
the common law rule applies the rule of justico
in the spirit of equity to the transaction as it oc
curred. And, whenever a 00111*1 lays down a rule
that does not square with good, sound logic,
and la not in accordance with justice, it Is
oust aside as a mistake, and is not fol
lowed. And It is a singular fact
that, at this moment we are protected Incur per
sons and property, to a very great extent, by
rules of law, that have boon promulgated by
those courts of Inst resort in a quiet and unas
suming maimer; and rules that the mass of
mankind do not learn of until, perchance, their
rights bavo been invaded.
The civilized world is governed by tho/orco of
the wisdom and justico of tho decisions of tboso
judges. Sometimes the uninitiated will, in tbo
heat of excitement, displace a man, as thoyhavo
in your Htato but, sooner or later, good sense
will prevails J. N. R.
Juilffo I) rum 1)1 olid, of tlmVnltoil state.
• Circuit Court, Declines to latorfero
With tho Kano County Circuit Court
In the Settlement oC the Difference
lletwecn the Chicago A Pacific ana
Chicago ft Northwestern Kallronda.
The Ohlango A Northwestern Itnilroad Com
pany, oomo years ago, constructed a road on
tho onet sido o( tho Fox Illvor, from tho mala
lino to Elgin, a dlatanoo of about a mile and
throo-quartors from tho turn of tho main
lino. Tho land was acquired hy purchase
or condemnation, and operated tho road for
a groat many years. In 1805 tho Legislature
passed an act incorporating tho Atlantic A Pa
oiflo Ilallroad Company, now called tho Chicago
A Pacific. This Company had tho right to con
construot a road within certain termini,—ono
of which was tho eastern boimdary of tho Stkto
In Cook County,—extending by way of Chicago
to tho Mississippi Hirer, and made a Surrey to
tho Town of Elgin. It claimed tho right to
enter Elgin and strike tho lino of tho North
western Eoad rory near whore it luma off, to
eroos and go up dn llio oaat sldo of tho river,
and to tako a portion of tho track appropriated by
tho, Northwestern as a right of war, Tho
claim wao disputed, and tho Chicago A Paoiflo
Company filed a bill In tho Circuit Court of Kano
Comity, stating that it had boon unable to agree
with the Northwestern upon the point, and ask
ing that, under tho law of tho Stnto, a portion
of tho*right ot way of tho Northwestern bo con
demned for tho uso of tho lino of tho Chicago A
Paoiflo. While tho proceedings wore pending, a
bill was filed In tho United' States Circuit Court
by Mr. W. G. Wiloy, of Now York, a stockholder
of tho Northwestern Company, in which ho al
leged that tho rights and franchises of tho Oom
pany would bo impaired, and. hls.intorosto as a
stockholder jeopardised, by tho continuance of tho
proceedings in tho Kano County Circuit Court,
and tho condemnation on tho part of tho 0. &
p, Company, and asked that they bo arrested.
His main ground was that the 0. & P. Company
had no right by law to condemn land belonging
to tho Northwestern Company,, because it was n
part of tho right of way of tho latter*, and; ho
urged that there was really no necessity for tho
uso of this particular portion of tho track by tho
0. A P. for tho purpose of entering
or passing through Elgin. Biudo tho bill was
filed in the United Stales Circuit Court, tho
proceedings In the Kano County Court bavo gone
to decree, a Jury having assessed the 'damages,
and the case ■ became res adjudicata. Yesterday
morning, Judge Drummoud delivered his decis
ion on the application of Mr. Wiley, and his
opinion was that Mr. Wiloy bad no right to come
to tho United States , Circuit Court, under tho
circumstances of tho case, and ask that tho pro
ceedings of the State Court bo Interfered with.'
Tho proceedings, the Court. said, aro ponding in
the State Court, and to issue an injunction would
be an unwarrantable interference, which no press
ing necessity Justified, because'an aggrieved
party would have his remedy through tho appro
priate channels. The injunction was therefore
i Henry Sullivan was fined $5 by Justice Scully
yesterday morning for carrying a pistol.
On Thursday afternoon the MoYiokor nine de
feated tbo nine from Aiken’s Theatre by a score
of 9 to 0.
Tho Board of Pnbllo Works, yesterday, lot
the contract for Egan avenue bridge to Pox &
Howard for $950.
The Board of Managers of tho Newsboys
Home will hold a mooting at 3 o'clook'this after
noon, at tho offico of tho Chicago Belief and Aid
Society, No. 51 LaSalle street.
Tho Dean, Weatlako & Covert Base 801 l Club
will play the Socials, this at tho cor
ner of South Pork avouuo and Thirty-fourth
A base ball game for tbo Junior championship
of tho city was played bn Thursday afternoon
between tho Blue Stocking and Social Clubs, in
which tho former was victorious by 83 to 21.
O. M. Morton, of Brooklyn, will preach at tbo
North Bide Tabernacle, corner of Wells imd
Ontario streets, to-morrow morning and evening
at 10:45 and 7:15. Tho seats will bo free.
A tholf named James' Carroll, was fined SIOO
yesterday for assaulting and trying to rob a ped
dler, W. J. Minlllno, of No. 220 Ohio Island
Pupils of tbo High School classes who woro
examined for tho Normal School, on Thursday,
are requested to moot at the Normal School
building on Monday morning, at 9 o’clock, and.
bring their singers with them.
Frank Boatly, who accidentally shot little
Maggie Collins, on Thursday night, was brought
before Justice Scully yesterday morning. Tho
ease was continued until the 21th, hi bail of SSOO.
Tbo littlo girl is not seriously hurt.
The Catholic societies who intend to toko port
In tho procession at tho laying of tho comer
stone of tho Church of tho Sacred Heart, at the
corner of St. John and Lincoln streets, next Sun
day, will meet at St. Patrick’s Church that after
noon at l:30o’olookv
yesterday morning Mrs. G. Frank, of No. 670
Archer avenuo, in attempting to light a fire by
pouring koroaouo oil over somo slumbering
coals, was seriously burned. Her husband was
seriously burned in the bands in attempting to
save hi I wife. -
Tho liorabors of tho Young Mvn’s Sodality of
tho Hoi y Family Church are requested to moot
at their rooms, In St. Ignatius' Collego, West
Twelfth street, to-morrow afternoon, at half
past 1 o\ lock, intake action on business por
ta Lning to 'ho laying of tho corner stone of tho
Sacred Eea.'t Church.
An adjourned mooting of tho Univorsalist Mia-'
fiion Union will bo hold at tbo Synagogue corner
of Wabash avenue and Pock court, on Sunday
tbo 22d Inst., at 4 o'clock in tho evening. Tbo
subject of discussion will bo “ Tbo Terms of
Christian Fellowship," and addresses will bs
mado by tho Rov. Dr. Rydor, Rov. Dr. Forres
ter, Rot. Mr. Pullman, and Mr. A. G. Throop.
Tho Board of Pablio Works Issued tho follow-
Ing building permits yesterday: W. E. Docgolt,
two-story ana basement brick. 63x40 feet, Huron
street, west of Wells; W.M. Turomau, two-story
and basement stone front, 27x52 foot, Dearborn
streer, north of Ohicago avenue; W. S. Gurney,
throe-story and basement brick, 80x45 foot,
South Wa.or, between Franklin and Lake.
The propeller Erie is tho second of a lino of
thirteen now vessels, forming tho Lake & River
Line, whloh will ply between Chicago and Mon
treal this season, making connection with ocean
steamers, and carrying produce and passengers
through in twenty-one days. The Erie loft last
evening with 10,000 bushels of wheat, and a lot
of Hour.
Mrs. Charles Perkins, who has boon missing
for some days from her residence, No. 886 Mich
igan avonuo, . was found yesterday morning at
the residence of Mr. Farnsworth, on Thirty-sev
enth street. Bho has been suffering under an
attack of temporary Insanity. Ilor friends will
bo glad to know that her condition is Improved.
Tho mystery in tho matter of Susan Donin,
Mr. Muir, and tho SI,OOO, cleared up yesterday.
An hour after tho receipt of tho money by Mr.
Muir, it was legally attached at tho instance of
tho Journal proprietors, to whom Miss Donin
owes a little bill, and tho Treasurer thought
that, under the circumstances, ho had better
. freeze to tho money until legal process was had
to make him surrender it.
Yesterday morning , Daniel Wright was held
for further examination In SI,OOO bonds by Jus
tice Banyan, for stabbing Joe Lee in the ohost
at a late hour on Thursday night, or
Bouth Clark street. The wound is painful, but
not dangerous, and was Inflicted tyith a pookot
knife. Lee was the and tho stabbing
woe done In self-defense.
About G o’clock Inst evening a horso attached
to a buggy belonging to Mr. John Froizlo, and
containing two ladies and two children, took
fright at tho south end of tho Lincoln Bark
drive, and ran away, uutll he reached Diverey
street, when ho turned on Clark ond was stopped
by some men. No one was hurt and tbo ladies
behaved with commendable equiulmity through
out the entire trip.
Ofllcor Oudmoro yoslorday afternoon found
some boys' clothing on the lake shore, at tbo
foot of llarrison street. Ho watched it for some
hours, hoping It would bo claimed. Ho at lost
took It to the Armory Station. It consisted of
two hats, a pair of boots, with a pair of stocks
stuck Inside, a pair of suoos, a dark-blue vest
and coat, and a brown vest and coat. There
was nothing in tho pookots to ludicato who tho
owners wore. Tho clothing was that of boys
about 10 years' old. No pants or shirts were
found. It is probable tho boys wont out in a
boat, or wont into bathe, and wore drowned.
Tho Marshalltown (lavya) Times, of this week,
contains a very flattering editorial on tho
growth of Chicago since tho groat fire of IS7I.
Tho article closes with tho following paragraph :
“ Wo once thought there was a content between
Chicago and fit. Louis, each striving to booomo
the commercial emporium of the mighty North-
Trout. Wo think uo no longer; It Indeed thoro
lino boon olio, It la In tho pant, onil oxlntu no
longer uavo In tho Imagination of aomo onllmai
anllo St. I.oulnan, faintly (Ivlng away In tho damn
logo of tho Lower lUßßlaalpni. Grant ami glmi
oua In Chicago I and innrvoloun In tho outcqalao
and novor-nay-dlo spirit of hor pooplo.”
It la really a pity that every Inuno of tho Jour
nal should onntaln nomo article which almdowa
forth tho Infirm anil domontod condition of its
local force. Yoatorday, It stated that Buporin
tondont Woahburu had boon Informed by a I 01100
1100 Captain, who had boon Informed by a rollon
Sergeant, that apollco ofilcor, named John Stitt,
had boon stricken down with tho cbolorn. No
body foil alarmed, because everybody known that
tho Journal has never, since it was on Infant,
given out o startling foot. Upon tnvoßUgiu
-1111? tho matter, it was found that Oill
cor John Btltt, of tho Huron Street
Station, had .boon Buffering for aomo days from
an attack of cholera morbus, but would bo
ready for doty to-day. It may therefore ho
stated that, notwithstanding tho herculean
efforts of tho Journal and tho Tfwcs, tho cholera
han not yot appeared in this city.
Tho Board of Public Works hold a moot ing
yoatorday afternoon, and considered tho petit ion
of Mesara. Fnrwoll A 00., and others, praying
for tho removal of tho “ tar factory ”on Mon
roe' Blrcot, near Franklin. Tho Police Com
miflßlonorfi, Dovbral Aldermen, and tho
Corporation -Coniinel,- wore prosout. Iho
owner of. tho establishment, Mr. Barrett,
I claimed that tho Imainosß was not hazardous and
I it did not endanger the Hurrouuding property.
1 After considerable diacußßlon, it was decided;to
have another mooting, and in tho moantlmo got
tho opinion of insurance mou as to whether
tho factory is daugorouu or not. Tar 1b
notmado nor distilled thoro ; tho hualnoßßdono
Is aoturating felt with tar for roollng purposes.
•A largo quantity of tar and pitch is kept onbaud,
but Mr. Barrett offorod, If that was objection
able, to reduce tho number of barrels ao oo to
render a largo fire impossible. Ho baa carried
on business there for twenty years aud never
boon burned out, and this fact may prevent tho
temporary location of tho Poet Olllco near Chorloy
FarwoU’s dry goods store.
Tho Flro Wardens submitted tbolr annual re
port to the Board of Police yoatorday. They
discovered 6,070 violations of the lire ordinance,
aud received 670 complaints from citizens. They
served notices as follows i To alter construc
tion of buildings in course of erection, 267; to
tako down dangerous structures, 6 ; walls, 10;
smoko-stacks, BO; to build brick basement, 40;
chimney, 2,231; to build oldranoy higher, 161;
to construct shed as required by ordinance, 692 ;
to construct flro-proof protection for stove, ovon I
or boiler, 154; to stop erecting wooden build
ings in flro limits, 079; to cease enlarging
houses with wooden material, 258; to prevent
wooden buildings being moved into flro
limits, 40; to remove ashes, straw, Ac., from
promises, 408 ; to remove explosive oils and gun
powder from promises, 26 ; to remove stove-pipe
from combustible material, 409 ; to repair dolap
idatod building, 9; to close hatchways after 6p.
m., 52 ; to repair hatchway, 12 ; to furnish ven
tilation for chimney, 48; to furnish atops for
chimney flue, 148; to construct flro-proof vaults
for shavings at mills aud factories, 29 ; to clean
foul chimney, 197 ; to remove obstructions from
‘fire hydrants, 2 ; to repair defective chimney.
14 ; to desist from building fires la streets and
on promises, 2 ; to desist from locating lumber
yards in fire limits, 2; miscellaneous notices, 20.
Total, 6,065.
The Detroit Common Council has passed a i
stringent ordinance in regard to the blowing of
steam-whistles. ...»
—The most outrageous tax to which the
people of San Francisco are subject is the
charge for water. It is even higher than the
charge for gas. . ,
—A clerk at Xenia, Ohio, voted himself SSO
Sack pay, and they Jugged ulm quick as a wink.
[o can’t understand why he hadn’t as food a
right as a Congressman.
—When “ beautiful young women ore found
lying stone-blind drunk in the streets of Mom
ihio, kind-hearted Christian gentlemen haul
hem into their door-yard, ana sot thorn up
against the house to sober off.” This is from
the Appeal,
—Tno Dundee (Scotland) Advertiser appeared
in print, the Other day, on Julo paper, manufac
tured almost wholly from refuse Jute-bagging.
The impression is said to have boon very neat,
though the paper—a defect easily remedied—was
too thin and transparent.
—The Dos Moines man who wore a hat hand
inscribed “ Sweet potato© plants for sale," has
committed suicide since ho hoard of the old Illi
nois farmer who walks around tho streets of
Springfield with a sign on tho seat of his pants,
which roads j “ Use Brown’s patent bee-hive."
—Only 135 foot of tho distance between tho
shore end and lako end of tho tunnel remained
last Monday and that amount has been steadily
decreasing since then. It is intended to com
mence pumping tho water out of tbo shore end
this week, and If nothing happens to prevent tho
tunnel will bo completed under a mouth’s time.
—Cleveland Leader.
—The Houghton (Lako Superior) Gazelle
laughs at tho ado made by tho Pacific coast
press over tho gold-yield of mines, sot down at
$1 600 to $2,000 per day, whilst tho Calumet and
Hecla Copper Minos, in tho neighborhood of
Houghton, last montu produced $20,000 worth
of copper per day, and still keeps up that rate.
—How is this for high in tho “cool North?"
Tho Houghton (Lako Superior) Mining Gazelle
says that on tlio Bth iust. tho mercury there
reached ninety in tho shade, and tho mosquitoes
were lively, full-voiced, and more than nuraor
ona. On the same day there was Ice enough in
Marquette bay to interfere with tho progroaa of
a steamer.
—Grading out in California, in tho San Diego
country, must bo exciting business. Tim TFbWd,
of San Diego, mentions an instance whore tho
workmen grading for a railway near that oity,
came upon a colony Thcso ven
omous spiders attacked tho Irishmen and actu
ally drove tho men into tho water, tho only sofo
retreat against those animals.
—Newspapers think it strange that tho Mobile
and Ohio lload has had such wonderful im-
mimlty from fatal accidents. The roueon is
plain. Its trains can't do mischief. If tboy
leave tbo track there aro no embankments to
descend. It traverses a level plain, from tbo
Mississippi to Mobilo Buy, which wili become,
in future years, tho choicest abiding place of
civilized man. It is now given’over in part to
tho domination of savages, and districts along
its route, naturally most attractive, aro half
—A curious presentiment is mentioned in con
nection with the drowning of three school boys
at Norwalk, Conn., Juno 7. The day before the
accident, Dr. Days, an assistant teacher, re
marked to a follow-toaohor :• “ I have dreamed
two nights In succession that throe of our boys
wore drowned. It Js very foolish to speak of it,
hat somehow it haunts mo, and plcaso have a
care to tho boys when on tho water." When
Charley White, tho first boy who reached tho
houso after tho accident, came in drenched with
water, tho Doctor exclaimed : “ How bad is It ?
who is drowned ?" and fell fainting into White's
—Tho young man on tho Indianapolis Journal
who wrote this will soon graduate if ho keeps
on: A strange story came to tho ears of a re
porter for the Journal , a few days since, which
Is vouched for by several well-known prominent
citizens who are cognizant of tbo foots. A Mr.
James Shepherd lost his right foot at tbo ankle
joint some months ago, by a railroad accident.
While amputation was being performed, a pot
female dog watched tho operation closely, and
Boomed in great distress that her master should
puffer so. Afterwards tho dog gave birth to a
HUor of puppies, every one of which was horn
with tho right fore foot, just at tho auklo, miss
O'Oounor A Baynes, auouobHura to O'Connor, Baynea A
Nauchton, givo notlco tliat they will not bo responsible
for debt ■ coutrnotod by I’atrlok Nangbtou, late of O’Uon
nor, Baynes it NaughUm, anld firm having dissolved part
nership Uth Inst. Also, that said Patrick Naughton has
nuati* horlly to collect uny money In tho nanmnfthn lato
All KitfUt Salve for Duma, Bolls,
£6 coni* a bo». DR. RTKPIIRNS. 1M Dnarborn-at.
17 n cts. per sa. poo l
/ O|J Fur Wulmit-friunoil Screens; 2f>ote. for Alaliv
r> D Q Flower Stands, wholesale ami retail, and
Jflß kimUuf Wire Work.
ui and m lakk-bt.
Cool and Comfortable
The Dost Ventilated Tboatro In America.
A Cool Draft from Krory Rich.
Lighted by Chemical Procesi.
No lllnalng to Honttho Almoiphoro*
No Tana Noooannry.
The Groat Spectacular Opera,
Tbla Afternoon and Kronlng.
Tho PorßOrn, Knasell, and all (ho Htara appear.
MONDAY EVENING, Juno 10, and until further no
loo, tlio brilliant young nrtlflto, ;
ipg: a.ti o Fritoam,
In » now ami l«r IfIIKUBMO
nimlo 0’ Urns*, |
Ml-<n I.ti'iy, I
Kliui" KoltZj I
Lucy ftQ( j or )g|nal Sonfffl and Donees.
MTMatlnoo flalortlay at a p. m.
Oommenclog MONDAY, Jane 10. Saturday MatJnoo.
u 8 imiIiLIANT oonrp.niANSi
Ami Full Jtrnn* Hand.
rricosasnauhl. Reserved Seats on said at For 01800.
This (Saturday) afternoon and night, positively tho last
performances of the beautiful Society Comedy,
Embracing the entire strength of tho Mammoth Company.
Monday, Juno 23,- first appearance of Mr. Bhf.VIL
RYAJN, who has been expressly engaged to Immnnouato
his groat character, "llccles,** In Robertson's favorite
society drama. OASTIS. Also, first appearance of Mis;
COWKLL ns Polly Ecclcs, Mr. 0150. GIDDENSasSam
Porridge, their original oharnctora.
Moran & Manning’s Minstrels,
Tills (Saturday) Evening, June 21*
Don't fail to sco them. It is positively their LAST AP
A Branil Programme tor Mr Closing Perfomance.
An entire change of BUI, and first appearance of
MANS, and the Now Drama,
O O 2
Soiling from Now York far Queenstown and Liverpool
every Saturday, and for Loudon direct every fortnight.
Mil Passage SBO, S9O, anil SIOO Currency.
Excursion Tickets at favorable reton. Intending pon
sougOra should make oari^apgUcatlonforbortha.
PropaM BteCTafo\ickujU’fruin Liverpool/ QaeonsfowD,
Londonderry, Glasgow, Card Iff, Bristol, or London, SBI.OO
Cn pa«cngore booked to or from Gorman and Scandina
vian polme at low rates. , , ......
The Steamships of this lino aro tho largest in tho trade.
Drafts on Great Britain, Ireland, and tho Continent. *
Oen'l Woatern Agent,
Northeast corner Clark and Bandolph-sts. (opposite now
Sherman Bouse), Chicago.
Steam Between Now York, Boston, and Liverpool.
Ratavla Juno 311 Java July 3
Russia Juno 35 Partbla July 5
Calabria June S3l Cuba July 9
And from Uosto every Tuesday.
Cabin Fustmue, SSO,
Excursion Tickets at Reduced Ratos.
Steerage Passage. S3O currency. Passengers and freight
booked to and from all parts of Eoropo at lowest rates.
BlghtDraftson Grcoi Hrllaln. Ireland, and thaContinent.
• P, 11. DU VERNIiT, Gon’l Wost’n Agont.
N. W. cor. Clark and Itandolub-Hts.
Will sail from Now York ns lollows:
CITY OF BRISTOL Thursday. Juno 19. I P. M.
CITY OF BROOKLYN... ....Saturday, Juno SI, 2 P. M.
CITY OF WASHINGTON. .Thursday, Juno 2b. 7 A. M.
CITY OF ANTWERP Saturday, June 28, 8 A. M.
And each succeeding SATURDAY and THURSDAY,
from Pier No. 45, North River.
Gubin Ptuitago, S7O anil 800 Gold.
Stowage, to British Ports SBO.OO Currency.
Round Trip Tickets at Reduced Kates.
SIGHT PIIAFFS tor .alo at lot. rate..
General Western Agent,
32 South Glark-st., corner Xittko.
new ooa " l,t -
These elegant now steamers will sail from State Lino
Pier, Fulton Forty. Brooklyn, N. Y, as follows:
VIRGINIA, 2,500 tons Wednesday, Juno 25.
ALABAMA .Wodnosday, July 23.
PENNSYLVANIA, 3,600 tons Wednesday, July 23.
GEORGIA Wednesday, Aug. 6,
Fortnightly thereafter. AUSTIN BALDWIN A CO..
Agents, 73 Broadway, N. Y.
Cor. of Canal aud West Madlson-sUi., Chicago.
Sailing twice a week from New York, and carrying pas*
Bongors wall parts of Great Britain, Ireland, Coutlinntal
Kuropo, and lira Mo.iitorranean. Cabin from $65; Siour
ago, British aud Ivlsb ports east, S3O; west, sw. Conti*
Ddutnl ports baino as other regular lines. All payablo In
U. 8. currency. Apply for full information at tho Com
pany’s otllouß, No. 7 Bowling Qroon. Now York, and N. E.
owner LaSalleand Madlson-sts., Chicago.
ttfutderbON BBOTHER3, Agenta.
And all Other Points in England and Wales,
Tbo South Waloa Atlantic Steamship Company’* now
first-olaas Steamships will flail from I’onnajlvanla lUU
road Wharf. Joraoy Oily:
Tbflso steamships, built oxprosily for tho trade, aro pro
vided with all tho latest improvomonta for tho comfort and
oauin'and steebaoe passenqees.
Rocond o.bln g oarroncy
Htoorogo SOourronoy
Prepaid kteorago certificates from Oarultf .....SBV
Drafts for XI and upwards. , _ __
For further particulars, apply In Cardiff, at tho Cpm
uauVs Offices, No. 1 Dock Chambers, aud In Now York to
AItdIUBALD UAXTEB i 00., Ascmt;,
No. 17 Broadway.
Is tno cheapest and boat artlolo In tbo market for BLUE*
The gonuluoliasboth Barlow's and wlltborgers names
on (ho label, and la putunot TVlUhorgor’B Drug Store,
NO. 18. N.,tk S pnjprlslor
-IZT For sale by Orooura and Druggist*.
Provtdsnco, U. L, Builder of tho
With Harris' Patented Improvements. Bend for Circu
lars. -
TUo Crc.it Urnic.ll.m nir(!.iiiHin il>ll.' J.TVnnt-
Ihk. «ml llullßo.tiuu, »ro B»™ry .t “'"".f,,( “SJ'™ S
Uimil.Um aadlWnutln., UgSlMl J r A°
It. siiootul .uuly Ui.tlly t i«t 111. '• ‘LA K.
markable maimer, appetite, iiroiigin, and weight
mark on each bottle.
West Virginia,
Fomoiw for tlioir Alterative Waters and Fnsli
iimnlilo IWronoßO, nro Now Open.
Tlmjnro3,UOOlootolwvo 1 lilo wflor. : entire ire. :
lluf fniiii imulrnllnn Mmimpr lionl. SS?°SI
tnmlaUnjr 2,000 portoim. Oliargoa, s3.W)por (iVi P of i
10 ntllua from tun Wlilto, known for tliolr Norvlno Touk*
Wntora and buttling ndvanUfrcH. #
Wlilto Hulplnir Water kept noro for Ibo mo of rlutorfl
without extra obnrfto. •
'l'ho route to tboiu Kprlnan from fill point* In tlio Weal
will bo to Cincinnati by mils tUonon by Jlral-clcms pftpknt- ,
boot to llntilinidon (i(so mlloM, j*ml tbonco bylboChoßO*
ponko A Ohio Hailrond to tho White Hnlpliur.
Pamphlet oru bo had for both watering places at tii» |
ofllco, Mid also Rltbo drug Mnren of.Vim Hcliaack, oi»»
Tomoo 4 Hold, aud Onlo A Ilhiokl, Chicago, 111.
"Whllo Buhiliur, per <lny. ijtJ.ftO; vrook, s2l; month, sßs*
Hvroot Uhaljliunto, ppruiiy, S3; month, 87(1,
For llokotn, apply to Tiokot Agnnt, Union Dopot.
GIiOUOIS li. I'EYTON 1 0 3
Qarrott County, Moryland.
A delightful summer retreat In the Alleghany Moun
tains, twenty-eight hundred (eot nuovo Udo water, will In
ready forgucsts duly I, 1873. Howling Alloys, Hilliard
Rooms. Oroauot and Quoit Oronnds, Hoarding and Liv
ery Stables, uaths-tmt. enld. and shower. A llrst-clnu#
orcboslra connected wltn tho liotisa. *
Terms, #3pordayt S3O per week; S7B per month. Spo
clal tnniiß mndo with families for longer porhidH. Child.
ton under t«i years of ago and mirw*. half price.
Round trip excursion tickets good till October Jl, at re*
duood ratoa, for particulars, address «-™RTirv
GonT Manager Ilntols D.AO. R.R.O».,CumbcrlandjHd.
On tlio European 3’liiu.
ThiswolLknnwn and popular Summer Resort ell noted
on NurragannoU Uay.botwooD thffXllloflof Providence and
Newport, will ho open for thq roooptlon of guest* Juno 2ft.
To moot the growing demands of tlio public, the capacity
of tbo liouso has been Increased sinco last season, by thi
addition of anumbor of rooms, nil largo, airy, and nowly.
furnished. A now Restaurant of an Increased seating oa>
pnclty has also boon added. Right, steamboats a day frois
Providence and Newport. For tnformntlnn In regard U
terms, 010., address CITY lIOTHL. I>r,, ;Jd2S co *•
' 1,. H. HUMPHREYS, Prop.
Tlils new anil elegant Ilotnl will open Jnly I, 1873, with
ample accommodations fur live hundred guests.
Tuo location, scenery, climate, and facilities for boat*
Ing, bathing, and Uahlug aro unsurpassed. A ilret-clasa
physician will be connected with tho house.
Transient Board, W-M to S4,(W por day.
Weekly Hoard. $3.00 to $3.60 per day.
Monthly Hoard. £3.60 to $3.00 nor day. , _
Communlcatiimt, until dime 20. may bu addressed to F,
W. HILTON, 80x5120, Boston, Mass.; after tbahdale U
Star Island, Isles of Shoals, N. 11. \
FRANK W. HILTON. Manogpr.__
Summer Arrangement.
Explanation or RrvKiiKNcr. .Marks.— t Baturdayex*
copied. * Sunday oxooptod. l Monday oxcoptod. I Ar
rive Sunday at8;00a. m. (Dully.
Depot, foot (if Lake it., and foot oj' Tttenty-teeomUit,
Heket after, 67 Clark it,, luiithemt corner Of Jlandolpn,
ami 76 ranaf-rt., center of iladtion.
I Leant, Arrive,
* 6:00 a m. • 8:18 p. m.
• !*:00a. m. * 8:«|p.
f B:3m p. in. flo:*2oa. ra.
i 5:15 P. m. 4 H;00a. m.
Night Express |t*fl:oop.m. t*6Soa.nu
Morning Express P,oon. m. 8:00 p. ro
Night Expros I t»tU> P. n>. *6:ooa. m.
Chicago, Alton «£• it. Louis Through Lins, am
hfo.) nete short routs from Chicago to Kansas C
Depot, West Side, near MndUon-tt. bridge.
gt. Leals A Springfield Express,
via Main Lino
Kansas City East Express, via
Jacksonville, 111., and Louisi
ana, Mo
Wonona, Laoon, Washington Ex
proas (Western Division.)
Joliot A Dwight Acoomo'untinn.
Bt. Lonls A Springfield Lightning
Exprose, via Main Line, mid also
via Jacksonville Division
Kansas City Express, via Jack
sonville, 111., A Louisiana, Mo..
JofTorson City Express
Poorlo, Keokuk A Durl’n Ex
UDally. via Main Lino, and dal
Jacksonville Division. 11 Daily. 1
oxccpt Monday, via Jacksonville .
Union Depot, corner Madison mid
63 South Clarhtt,, opposite Sherm
Milwaukee, Bt. Paul A Mlnnoap* • ' . t( .
oils Day Express 9:30 a. m. 16:60 a. ra.
Milwaukee A Prairie da Chlon
Mall aud Kinross *6: oop, ni. *ll:00a. m.
Milwaukee. St, Paul AMlnncap- ....
oHiWight Express . t9:3op. m. ”4:15 p. m.
Denote—Foot of Lake-tl., Indiana-at., and Sixleeuth**t„
and Omni and Sixteenth-st*. Ticket office* in UrOjgt
Jlotue, A’o. 59 Clark-tt., and at depot*.
Leave, Arrive.
Mail * 7:15 a. iu. * 4.15 p. in.
Ottawa and olroator Passenger.. 7:45 a. ra. 8:00 p. in.
Dubnouo and Sioux Oily Exp.... •9:10 a. iu. 2:18 p. m»
PncHic Past. Lino •WsOOa. ra. • 8:16 p m.
Galeflburgd’aßßangor. 9 S A^ P * m ‘ • § : « p * I5 1
Mondotn A Ottawa Passenger... • 4:20 p. m. * 0:55 a. m.
Aurora Passenger 1:45 p. 1,1 • - § : J* a *
Aurora Passenger 0 s 2S **• m * Sr-* !?•
Aurora Passenger (Sunday) , JWp. in. 2b£i a * *?*
Dubuque A Sioux City Exp + 9-00 p. m. s7:oob. ta
Pacllio Night Kxpro 'R:(Wp* m. i 8:00*. JJJ
Downer's Grove Accommodation *11:00 r. ra. 6.«iop. to
Downer’s Provo Accommodation * 6:15 p. ra. 7:laa. in
Drvotfootqf tAike-rt. and foot of T*re.nty*teond*t. Tick*
office*, 121 Randolph**!., neur Vlnrk.
Leave. Arrive.
St. Lout.Exprc.l : 2 : S p - “■
St. Uml.Ka.t Lino t S:lsp. m. • Msa. ra
Cairo Mall * «®a. “• : I’ffil 1 ' '?
Cairo Express t Bslsp. ra. 7:.>5a. tit
Springfield Express .giyoa. m * • 4 : 'J5 P *
Knrlncrllpld Kxurca5............... t B:l5p. in. 7:5»i a. in.
Dubuquotl 1 Sioux Oily Hx • 9:lfia. in. • SdOp. ra.
Dubuque A Sioux City Ex t 9:00 p. in. t 7:Wa. ra.
Kltingiram Ikuaougor * P:lsp* in. g:2op. ,a *
Kankakee Passenger Ml;l0p. m. 9:20 ft. in.
Hyde Park and Oak Woods * 6:10 a. m. 6:43 a. ra.
llydo Patkand Oak Woods * 7:10 a. m. 7:16 a. m.
Hyde Park and Oak Woods 5 9:00». m. 8:10 a. ,n *
Hyde Park and Oak Woods {13:10 p. m. 9:20 a. m.
Hydo Park and Oak Wood * 8:00 p. ra. }10:.W». m.
llydo Park aurt OakWooda * 4:30 p. ra. | l:l6p. ra
Hydo Park and Oak Woods ..I* 5:15 p. ra. 6:10 p. ra.
llydo Park and Oak Woods I* 6:l0p. in. * 6:66 P* ra.
llydo Park ami Oak Woods 1*11:111 p. in. I 7:40 p. m.
City office*, renter Jlandolph and LaSalie-tt*,, and 75 CanaL
*t., comer Maditou-tt.
Ltav*. Arrive.
Paolflo Fast Lino ‘10:15 a. m. • B:]8p. m.
Dubunuo Day Hi. via Clinton.,.. 1U:15 a. m. 3:15 p. in.
Pacllio t10:46p. ra. *6:30.0. m.
Dubuque Night Ex. via Cllnlou.. ld:4op. ra. BuW a. m.
FreeportA DubuqueExpress • 9:16 a. m. * 9:00 p. m.
Freeport A Dubuque Express • 9:15 p. m. 6:16 a. m.
Milwaukee Mall .' • 8:00 a. m. *10:15 a.ra.
Mllwaukoo Express * 9:30 a. ra. 4:00 p. m.
Milwaukee Passenger... • 5:00 p. in. • 7:Wp. m.
Milwaukee Passougor (dally) {11:00 p. ra. {5:00 a. in.
Preen Say Express 9:40 a. m. 1 7:00 p. m.
St. Paul Express *10:10 a. m. 4.00 p. m«
Maruuotto Express * 9:00 p. ra. 6:60 a. m.
St. Paul t9:30 p. ra. t6:2oa. ra.
Depot. comer of Uarrltnn awl Shermanite, TiekM office,
33 Wml MudUon-tt,
Omaha, Leavatiw’tUAAlohUmi Isx
Peru Accommodation
Night Kipress.,...
Leavenworth A Atchison I£ipro«»
Dejiol, Von Uuren~»t„ foot of £«
norfmreet corner Clarh ami Ham
corner t'unul and MadUoiftte.
.June 18
Express Aoeom. via Main Lino..
Mall, via Air Lino amt Main Lino
Special New York Express, via
Air Lino .
Atlantic Express. via Air Uuo..
Night Express, via Main Line....
Klkliart Accommodation,..
South Chicago Accommodation..
Day Kinross....
Pacific Express.
JJtvot comer HaUled and Xorth nraurh-til. Otncral cjU 4
Id Velrovolitim Jltork, comer llawMph and
Elgin Accommodation,.
Silver Park Accommodation.
Hlvur' Park Accommodation.
/Vom (As Great Central Hallrowt Depot, foot v //»*«•«.
for through ticket! ami tltei>(ng’Car htrlh* QPPjff at nu *
tieio Uditt office. 191 Hantlolph.it., near comer Clark, 7ft
CVirint.*!., corner Mailhonf W ia.S-i (!«•<(., earner UusA*
injton; aha jwd <\f' I\cenlU’iecond-4t,
Loavo Ghleuffn .. ,
Arrive at IndUnapuUs
Arrive at Cincinnati
Trains arrive nt Chicago at 7:57 a. m., 8:33 a. in., and
7:40 p. m. Only lino running Saturday night train to In*
diauapolifl and Cincinnati. South End passenger* oan gel
baggage chocked aud take train at 'fwenty-aocond-at.
C«r Atfcat.
General Pastoug*
(1 Louisian'S
Ciljf. Union
* 8:10 p. m.
• 9:15 a. m.
1 8:10 p. m.
* 9:15 a. m.
• 8:10 p. m.
* 8:40 a. m.
* 4:10 p. m.
* 4:10 p. m.
U7:30 p. m.
U9rfWp. m.
117:30 a. m.
H7:20 a. m.
* 8:10 p. m
119:00 p, m.
H9;oop. to.
• 9:00r. to.
ilurday, via
o, and daily
illy.oxcopt Ha
via Mala Ltni
n Mouse, at
Ticket Qflr%
nd at Depot.
I, rate.
• 3:16 p. m.
• 9:10 a. ra;
1 7:00 a. tn.
I 7:00 a m.
*111:15 a. m.
• 6:00 p. m.
tlOtfUp. in.
110:00 p.m.
aS<(ll»-*l. T
{ektl often.
mi toul/iireil
fl.EBp. m.
9:00 p. m.
S:fti». m.
• G:4oa. m.
• 8;00p. m.
8:00 a. m,
*1 (5:110 a. in.
« 11:55 a. m.
|:tiO p. m.
• (»:00a. m.
5:15 p. m.
•19:00 p. in.
• 5:10 p. m.
19:00 m.
; 7:30 p. m.
t 6:1X1 a. m.
I*8:00a. m.
1 (s:lft p. in.
' tt:Ul u. ni.
* >l;{<oa. m.
{5:10 p. in.
t»9:00p. m.
* 4:65 a, in.
* 8:40 p. m.
DrUlp.m. 9:30 a.m.
0:15 a.m. 10: Ma.m.
BriWp.ai. 1:81 p.m.
■ 0:50 a. in. S P;tßp. m.
* 6:10 p. m. I 6.00 a. in.
*10:30 p. m. {10:00 a. m.

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