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■ ion?,rTi cl f. ta h>*d*y« Including reported arrivals,
aiSSii SSi ln m} 11 * * tot °i supply for the week thus far
V\° “»«*«* In slow and dragging at
1 imn doollnofrom yesterday’s prices. Sales,
ao Mlclll8?u lloßß * nvoraglng 180 ami
east liberty, pa,
Speetnl IJUvatch In The Chienno Tribune,
• n .¥! ITY » rn M Oct. 31. Cattle Tlio ro-
Jf tcaltlo at there yards for tbo week ending
25 i?® woro *BS cars, or 8,218 head, against 380 cars
for tho same time last week. The supply of cattle for
yard sales has boon larger tbarntbo demand, though
i e t&^ er ® Pl°uty of buyers,’ consequently prices havo
lowered a trifle from last week's quotations, excepting
•tochers. Extra. 1,200 to 1.600 stccra, $6.30®8.C5;'
good to prime, 1,100 to 1,200, (4.28(34.80: common to
medium, 1,000 to 1,100, $3.6004.20; bulls, stags, and
cows, 800 to 1,500, $3.0033.80 j slock atocn, 800 to 1.000.
92.78®4.00. Tho sates for tho week amounted to 3,102
bend.
Hoae—Tho receipts for tho week ending. Oct. 80
woro 225 cars, or 24,760 head, against 243 cars fop the
Week before. Tho supply has boon lighter, and, of
course, has Improved tho market a good deni, and
■lock Jb soiling brisk at tho following prices: Extra'
Philadelphia, $4.70, top price: good Philadelphia, S4.CO;
light Yorkers, 180 -to 200 lbs, $4.60 trough Yorkers,
14.30; common and coarse' nogs, (3.6004.00. Tho
prices appear to fluctuate as tho arrivals aro heavy or
Sheep—Tho receipts for tho week ending Oct. 30
woro 60 cars, or 10,000 bead, against 74 cats for tho
wook before. Tho run of sheep bis not been as heavy,
yet it is much larger than tho demand. There aro too
many common that don’t sell for any price scarcely;
8S to 100 tbs, extra. $4.7806.00 { 86 to 00 lbs, good, $4.25
@4.60; common, $3,0003.26.
NEW YORK.
New York, Oct. 01.—Beeves—Tho receipts woro 31
care, or 627 head, making 3,300 for (ho four days,
•gainst 2,100 for tho samo timo mat week. Tho market
Is quiet and unchanged, at Co9#o per lb for Texans,
and B*ol2*o for native cuttle, Saloo include 0 cars
common Ohio cattle, 6* owt average, at B*c lb, to
dross 65 lbs; 1 car do, 6* 'cwt, at Do; 1 car do, 0 owt,
•t 0*o; 2 cars do, 6* cwt, at 10c y lb, to dress 60 lbs;
3 card of mixed do; 6*oß* owt, at 10*o tb; 2 cars
of fat do, 7* owt, at He; 4 cars of Illinois steers, 70
T* cwt, at 30* c, to drees 60 lbs; 0 cars do, strong 0
cwt, at9*o9*o; 1 car do, 0 cwt, at 0c; 5 can of Ken
tucky steers, 6* cwt, at 10® l2*o; 7 can do, 608 owt,
•t 0011 c; 3 can of Texans, 4* owt, at 6o %} lb.
Sheep and Lauds—Arrivals 21 can, or 4,100 head,
making 12.781 for four days, against 14,126 for tho
•amo timo last week. Tbo market was a shade firmer
•ud a little more active at 4000 per lb for sheep, and
6*07*0 for lambs. Among tho sales woro 9 can of
Ohio sheep, 05 lls average, at B*o per lb ; 3 cars do,
83 lbs, at 5o; 1 car do, 62 lbs, at 4*o; 2 cars of Ken
tucky do, Dulls, at 4*04*0! 2 can of Michigan, 88
lbs, at 6*o; 1 car do, 07 lbs, at 6*o; 9 can of Canada
sheep and lambs, 71# lbs, at sc; 1 oar do. 97 lbs, at
96.13 per 100 Uibj 1 car of Canada lambs, 07 lbs, at 7a ;
* oar of State, 77 lbs. at 6*c.
Swine—pocelpls 38 can, or 4.500 hogs, making 27,050
foe four days, against 24,050 for tho same timo last
Week. No sales on Uvo weights; city dressed hogs dull
•t 5*406*0.
Pittsburgh 011-Jlarkot.
Pittsduror, Pa., Oct. 31,—Refined spot quoted at
lo*c ; crude firm at $1.0501.10.
Tho Produce markets*
NEW YORK.
New York. Oct. 31.—Cotton—In moderate request;
middling uplands, 16c.
Breadstuff^—Flour quiet and unchanged. Rye
flour quiet. Corn meal firm; fair to Western, (3.10®
8.65. Wheat irregular and unsettled; prices ad
vanced: receipts, 102,000 1m; No. 3 spring, $1,310
3.32; No. 2 Chicago, $1.3301.35; do’Milwaukee, |1.36
@1.30; lowa spring, $1.3101.36; No. 1 Milwaukee,
|1.42; other grades unchanged, Rye quiet at 88
002 c. Barley and malt unchanged. Com opened firm
and dosed dull and declining; receipts, 03,000 bu;
steamer Western mixed, COo; sail do, 60*061 c. Oats
heavy and lower; receipts, 78,000bu; now Western
mixed afloat, 46047 c; white Western, [email protected]*0,
Eoas—ln fair request and steady; western and
Canada, 25*®26c,
Hops—Unchanged.
Groceries—Coffee quiet and firm; Rio, 19*®22*c.
Sugar dull and heavy at 6*©7*o. Molasses dull.
8100 dull.
Petroleum—Refined, 15J{®lGc.
Turpentine—Weak at 470.
Provisions—Pork dull; now moss, $14.00®15.00.
Beef and cut meats unchanged. Middles scarcely so
Qrm; long dear. Lard heavy and lower; old
Western steam, [email protected]#0; choice, 7/aO.
Butter—Steady.
Cheese-Dull at [email protected]&o.
Whisky—lnactive at [email protected]^c,
BUFFALO.
Buffalo, Oct. 81.—Dbkadbtdffs—Wheat Inactive
md scarce. Com active: sales 8,000 bu No. 3 mixed
Western at 48*£@40c. Oats neglected; asking 420
tor No. 2 Western. Bye neglected. Barley In mod
erate demand ; 7,300 bu Canada at $1.40; a cars do at
P.37K.
FnxiaiiTß—Easier on com at ll&@ll>£c ; wheat,
|3c; oats, 7Jtfc,
CINCINNATI.
Cincinnati, Oct. yi. —Breadstuffa—Plcur quiet
ami steady at [email protected],00. Wheat quiet
Corn quiet; now, 4Uo; old, 42Q41c. Rye quiet aud
unchanged. Oats quiet at 33(£4lic. Barley dull aud
unchanged.
Provisions—Dull. Pork, ([email protected]; sales at
[email protected] Lard dull; kettle Jobbing at 7>fo;
steam, OJfo bid, 7c asked. Bulk meats dull; winter
cured shoulders, o>tfo ; now, fully cured, offered at 0c;
clear rib dull at 5X° 5 clear, Bacon dull;
shoulders jobbing at 7jtfo; clear rib, solos at CJtfo ;
Clear,O^c.
Whisht—Steady at 80c.
TOLEDO.
Toledo, Oct. 31.—I3nEAD3TUrPS—Flour dull and
tmchnngod. Wheat dull: amber Michigan, $1.30 cash
or November; SI.34JJ December; No. 1 red, $1,38,
cash: N0.3, $1.25(31.30)4; coeh, $1.31®1.31)4. Corn
—Full prices asked, but no demand; high mixed,
42»4c; low mixed, 41(341)40. Oats dull at 35c.
-Faxiauis—Dull; to Buffalo,4)[email protected]; to Oswego, 8)4
@Qc.
Glover seed—s4.Bo.
Receipts—Flour, uouo; wheat, 5,000 bu ; corn, 8,000
bu; oats, 1,000 bu.
Shipments —Flour, nono; wheat, nono; corn, nono;
oats, 23,000 bu.
CLEVELAND.
OLSTEUIND, Oct. 31.—13UEADSTOFF8— Flour unsot*
tied and Irregular; prices nominal.
pEinoLEUii—Steady and unchanged.
DETROIT.
Detboxt, Oct. 31. —linEiDBTUFFS—FIour dull and
unclmugcd. Wheat steady; extra. sl.4fl^[email protected] ; No.
1, $1,40#@1.4a ; amber, $1.34. Corn and oats—No
gales,
MILWAUKEE.
. Milwaukee, Oct. SI. —Biibadstdffb—Flour quiet
And unchanged. Wheat steady; No. 1, $1.07#; No. 2,
$1.03# cash or November: $1.04# December. Com
dull; N0.2,30c. Oats quiet; No. 2, 20c. Bye dull;
No. I,fi4c. Barley Irregular; No. 2, $1.40.
Freights—To Buffalo, 8c; to Oswego, 130.
Receipts—Flour, 6,000 brla; wheat, 1112,000 bn.
. Suipments—Flour. 5.000 hrls; wheat, 184,000 bu.
BALTIMORE.
Baltimore, Oct. 31. —Breadstuffs—Flour dull
and heavy. Wheat steady and unchanged. Com quiet;
mixed Western, 03304 c. Oats steady and firm; West
ern. mixed, 48c; white, 40c. Bye quiet at [email protected]
Provisions—Dull. Mces pork, $16.00010.00 ; hulk
shoulders, 6#@o#c; clear rib, o®o#o. Bacon—
Shoulders and clear rib, B#3B#c, Hams, sugar
cured, BkaUc. Lard, 7#(3Bc.
Coffee^—Unchanged.
Butter—Unchanged.
Whisky—Quiet at 040.
OSWEGO.
Oswego, Oct. 31. Bread stuffs 'Wheat quiet.
Corn dull at 60®58c, Barley quiet.
PAILADELPHIA.
Philadelphia, Oct. 31.—Bukadbtuffs—Flour dull;
Wisconsin and Minnesota extra family, $7.00®7.87# ;
State, Ohio and Indiana, [email protected],20, Wheat—choice
grades In demand; others neglected ; red, $1.69; am
per, $1.62 ; No. 1 spring,' $1.39®1.40. Bye steady at
86c. Com In better demand at 03o: mixed, 02Q03c,
Outs dull; white Western, 480 ; mixed, 44®45c.
Petroleum—Dull and nominal.
Whisky—94c.
LOUISVILLE.
Louisville, Oct. 31.— Bagging—Firm 'and un
changed.
Breadbtuffb—Flour quiet.
Provisions—Quiet; prices nominal; mess pork,
[email protected] Bacon—Shoulders, 7#o; clear rib, fl#
®7#c; clear, 7#c, Sugar-ourod honiß,llc. Bulk meats
nominal. Lard, tierce, B®B#o.
Whisky—Quiet at 87c.
ST. LOUIS.
Bt. Louis, Oct. 81.—Breadstuffs—Flour dull aud
unchanged. "Wheat quiet aud unchanged; No. 2,
$1.00; No. 3 rod fall, $1.20; No. 3 do, $1,65. Corn
dull and lower; No. 2, 38®39#0 on cast track; 39®
S9#o regular ; 38#o November. Oats firmer; No. 2,
82®32#c, In elevator. Barley dull; No. 3, 950; choice
Wisconsin, $1.60.
Whisky—Steady at 00c.
Provisions—Pork, small sales at $13,60. Bulk meats
lower. Round lota loose cloar rib at 6 l-6c, with 6#c
bid for 1.000,000 Us. Bacon, only small order trade.
Lard, only peddling lots sold.
Hoos-Qulot at $3.60(33.76.
Cattle—More demand. Common to medium, $2,00
32.76 ; fair to good wlutored Texans, $3.00(33.76; fair
to extra natives, $4.0034.85.
NEW ORLEANS.
New Orleans, Oct. 31.—Breadstuffs—Flour-
Buyers holding off on account of the last day of the
mouth; XXX. $7.12#®8.00; family, $8.87#®0.76.
Corn—Supply light ; mixed. 7flo ; yellow aud white.
78c. Oats firm at [email protected]
BRAN-Qulet at sl.lO.
Hay—Dull; prime, $24.00325.00 ; choice, $27.00.
Provisions—Pork dull and lower; moss, $16,25.
Dry salt meats dull aud lower; shoulders, 70. Bacon
firm; shoulders and clear rib, 7#o ; clear, B#®BJ,c.
Hams—No demand. laird dull; tierce, 81*®t)o ; keg,
10 #c.
* Groceries— Sugar firm; good to fair, o#c; sec
onds, 10®l0#o; yellow clarltled, 10#@10#o; white,
11c. Molasses coming In more freely; poor, 630;
fair. 60301 c; good fair to strictly prime, [email protected],
Whisky—o3c3|l,o2,
Stocks on Hand—Pork, 6,112 brls; lard, kegs. 3,133;
tierces, 874; bacon, clear, 208; clear rib, 667; shoul
ders, 170 casks; bams, tierces, sugar-ourod, 1,222;
plain, 200; dry salt meats, 192 casks.
• Cotton—ln active demand ; sales, 4,460 bales ; good
ordinary to strict good ordinary, 14314V0 s lowmid
dling to strict low middling, I4? 4 '@l6#c; middling to
good mldl’g, 15#017c. Receipts, 0,200 balca ; exports
fo Great Britain, 2,536 bales ; coastwise, 1,037 bales ;
Slock, 60,910 bales ; week's sales, 23,500 bales ; receipts,
net, 24,062 bales ; gross, 28,340 bales; exports to Gnat
Britain, 14,505 balj;; to tho Continent, 0,682 hales;
coastwise, 3,201 bales.
Monetary—Gold, 107#®108#; currency, lllva
112. Sterling, 1133113#, for private; bank, nominal;
sight, [email protected]#o premium.
Tho Trunuit oS Vonuu.
United Htateh Navai, Ossehyatohy,)
Washington, Oct. '25, 1873. j
Prof, Joseph Henry, LL, J),, J’rcaident National
A cadeiny o/ScUucte:
Deaji bin : Your letter of the 24th Inst., con
voyingjan Invitation from tho National Academy
of Sciences to attond their meeting ou Tuesday,
tho 2818. at Columbia Oollogo, Now York, with a
roquost to favor tlio Academy with n report no to
tho plana and progress of tbo preparations for
tbo Transit of Yonus, lust received, comes un
fortunately at a timo when the officers
of tbo Observatory members of tbo
Commission aro most busy upon that
very matter, in conjunction with tbo arrival
of our groat Equatorial : sons to preclude tbo
possibility of oiihor of them being present at tlio
mooting next week. Nor would it bo possible in
so short a time to inako an extended report of
progress.
wo can only say that all tbo instruments are
contracted for and in progress of construction,
and being delivered as they are completed; all
aro expected to bo finished during the winter,
oxcopl possibly some details in tliolr construc
tion which may require trial. and 'experiment.
Tbo photographic trials aro Doing made under
tbo direction of Profs. Newcomb and Darkness.
They havo boon somewhat, retarded, owing to
tbo absence of Mr. Walker, photographer of tlio
Treasury Department, of wbouo experience wo
hoped to avail ourselves, and tlio examination
of candidates for tho position of photographer
has boon necessarily 'postponed for tho
satno reason. Mr. Butnerlurd lias kindly offered
to train such photographers as wo may send to
him, which oner wo shall thankfully accept in
tho ease of such candidates os live in or near
Now York.
Ono transit instrument is already hero, and is
about being put in operation In its temporary
hut for practice, and iu tbo course of. a few
weeks wo hopo to begin to select from tho appli
cants so oa to organize tho parties and initiate
tho practice which is deemed necessary for tlio
proper discharge of thoir duties. All things
liavo made progress so as to assnro ns that tbo
Eartios with thoir outfit will bo ready some timo
oforo it will bo necessary to loavo our shores
tor thoir destination. Very rospcofully, your
obedient servant, B. P. Sands,
Boar-Admiral ond Superintending President of Com
missions on Transit of Vonus.
PERSONAL.
TUB CITY.
O. P. Keith, of St. Louis, is at tho Gardner.
J. M. Kaywood, of Oregon, la at tho Shormau.
J. P. Acker, of Now York City, is at tho Pa
cific.
T. H. Eastman, of Yankton, D. T., is at tbo
Gardner.
O. W. Porter, of MoadvQlo, Pa., is at tho
Gardner.
J. H. Baymond, of Springfield,- HI., Is at tbo
Pacific. ‘
Bichard B. Knapp, of Portland. Oregon, is at
tho Pacific.
Gen. William A. Aiken, of Connecticut, is at
the Sherman.
Judge G. D. Hisouck, of Lincoln, Nob., is at
tho Sherman.
B. T. McCabe and family, of Scranton, Pa., is
at tho Pacific.
The Hon. E. P. Ferry, Senator from Michigan,
is at the Sherman.
D. A. Brown, of tho State Board of Bailroad
and Warehouse Commissioners, is at tho Pacific,
Mr. A. F. Burbank, Into Principal of tho
Douglas School, loaves town in a day or two to
fill engagements to give readings in Boston and
other Eastern cities.
A correspondent tolls of a moan young man lu
a Wabash avonuo omnibus who, when banded 10
couts to deposit in tho box as faro, put tbo scrip
In bis pocket, and gave tho Company a ticket,
which cost him only 6 cents, instead. Tbo cor
respondent places this, speculation on a par with
stealing newspapers from a door-stop or picking
pockets in church.
. Tho Slaats-Zeitung in its dally reports of politi
cal events, includes among those prominent in
tho German movement, tho following: Herr
Dan O’Haro, Herr Barney Caulfield. Herr Mike
McDonald, Herr Austin Doyle, Herr Patrick
Tracey, Herr Michael 0. Hickey, Herr Hughey
Rood, Herr John Qarrily, Herr Tom Foley.
IN GENERAL.
Some of tho Paris journals say that Prince
Napoleon is about to undertake a journey to the
United States.
An Eplaoopal clergyman, who objected to tho
singing of the John Brown song on board a
Canard steamer because there wore Southerners
on board, was politely reminded of his own in
discretion in urging the claims of tho Savior
upon tho congregated passengers, a largo num
ber of whom wore Jews.
Gail Hamilton, writing of Biblical men,-re
marks : “Wo should say that Esau was far tho
more agreeable, interesting, and gifted person;
and that Jacob, with his sly ways, and his mean
spirited willingness to work seven years longer
for tho man who had cheated him out of one
wife, and into another, was not a man to bo hold
in esteem of gods or men or women.”
According to a Now York paper, tho illustri
ous bovine who whilom called himself Governor
of Georgia, by name Rufus 13. Bullock, is enjoy
ing bio otium cum dignitate in hit) native borough
of Albion, in that State, whore it is feared by
the respectabloportion of tho community ho wifi
make his homo for tho futuro, unless, per
chance, ho should got his deserts and bo sent to
the Penitentiary.— Savannah 2»cws.
Judge Dillon goes to Little Dock, Ark., to hold
Court. Judge Love will preside over the Ted
oral Court at Dob Moines the remainder of Us
present term. The papers in the Union Pacific
Railroad mandamus case were received by Judge
Dillon yesterday. Ilia opinion thereon will
probably not bo Hied until next term.—Daven
port Gazette.
Col. T. J. Pickett, a gentleman well known to
the Masonic fraternity of Illinois as a Grand
Master of this State In 1852-’53, and well known
as a member of the press gang and lately of the
Quincy Whig, was elected, last week, Grand
Master of Masons of Kentucky. This, wo bo
biovo, is tho second instance of any person
reaching that position in two States. Ho ie now
publisher of the Paducah (Ky.) Commercial.
Wo are glad to know, as wo now loam on good
authority, that the report which gained currency
in this State lost mouth, from tho statement of
J. E. White, Western Superintendent, that
George S. Bangs, General Superintendent of
tho railway mail service of tho United States,
intended soon to resign, is not truo. Mr. Bangs
has had no intention of leaving tho service.—
Des Moines Register .
Suictdo and idfo insurance*
I'rom the Duouque Times.
A case of great importance has just boon de
cided in tho Unites States Circuit Court of lowa.
Tho facts wo condense from tho Dos Moines
Journal, which devotes over a column to tho
details of tho case. Tho deceased, one O. L.
Hogan, was about 40 years of ago. For ilvo
Years ho had boon express-agent at Boone, la.
Ho was a jovial, light-hearted man ; a careful,
correct, energetic business man ; a man of good
habits, never in his lifo known to have noon
sick. Oot. 18,1871, ho committed suicide. Tho
Coroner's Jury found that ho died from tho ef
fect of a revolver-shot Bred by his own hand.
At tho time of his death he hold two policies of
insurance upon his life, one issued by tho Mu
tual Life Insurance Company of Now York.
This polioy contained a clause pro
viding that tho policy should bo void if
the assured should die by his own hand. Proof
of death was forwarded to th V Insurance Com
pany. They refused to pay, ga tho ground that
the assured had died by his own hand within the
moaning of tho proviso in tho polioy. Buit was
brought against tho Company uy the adminis
trator, who, in his petition, alleged that tho said
CharlesL. Hogan, “while temporarily insane,
and being incognizant of tho act, took his own
life." The defendant admitted that tho deceased
died by his own hand, but denied that ho was in
sane. and tho case was tried upon that issue, Be
fore proceeding to trial, tho counsel for tho de
fense,after stating tho case to tho jury,asked them
if any of them nad tho preconceived opinion
that a man was conclusively insane merely be
cause ho committed suicide. Somo of tho Jurors
answered in tho afllrmatlvo. and these men wore,
on defendant’s motion, excluded from tho jury,
and their places flllod from tho panel. Tho plain
tiff produced several wltuossos who testified that
a groat and marked change had como over
Hogan the latter part of his life. That for tho
last six months prior to his doceaso ho had boon
moody and despondent at times. That ho acted
as though ho “had tho hluos." That from an
affectionate parent and husband ho had ohangod
to amoroso, irritable man, subject to fits of an
ger. That during tho latter years of his lifo ho
had complained of heavy pains in tho
hack part of his head quito frequently. That
at such times ho was very violent in his
manner, striking his wife, threatening her
lifo, and treating her harshly, and afterwards
denying all remembrance or knowledge of sueh
actions. Physicians woro also introduced, who,
as experts, testified that in (heir opinion Hogan
was insane. Tho dofonEeadmlttcdtliatdocoitont
was at limes despondent during tho last year of
his lifo, hut explained tho oauuo by showing that
Ids family relations at homo woro very un
pleasant, and that his pecuniary embarrassments
alone wore of so sovoro a character that they
were suillclont to account for hlu moody and
melancholy ills. That ho was a defaulter to a
largo extent to tho Express Company for which
ho woikod; that ho had embezzled a
THE CHICAGO DAILY TRIBUNE: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1873.
S6OO money package, and that tbo Ex
press Company wore tracing tho mat
ter up, and that exposure was Imminent at any
moment. That ho tried to borrow tlio money of
various persons to roako up his deficit to tho Ex
press Company. That ho stated to ono of his
most intimate friends, tho day before bis death,
that ho must have this mouoy, or ho was a rahiou
man. ‘ That ho failed to got It. That tho morn
ing of his death a Superintendent of tho Ex
press Company camo to Boono, very unexpect
edly to Hogan, to examine Hogan’s accounts.
That at about 11 o’clock that day ho committed
suicide. That ho gave as n reason that his fam
ily rotations wore unpleasant: that ho had no
money and no friends, and had tnodo up his mind
to end his lifo.
The jury woro out about half an hour, and re
turned a general verdict for tho defendant, and
answered as special findings that Hogan volun
tarily and willfully took Ids own lifo. and that ho
know at tho time ho shot himself that tho not
would result iu his own death.
The plaintiff made a motion for a now trial,
which came up before court on tho 18th lust.,
and was overruled, and judgment entered upon
tho verdict.
Tins sottios an important point as to suicido
and insurance in lowa, and is, in foot, the first
barrier that has boon interposed in tho West to
tbo common plea of insanity iu actions on in
surance policies.
DEATH IN THE BOTTLE.
A Dorclljt Poison THlntnli.cn for Sherry
AVI tie—Two iU.cn Killed and Ono in
Peril.
From the Few York Sun, Oet, 20.
Giles Taylor, aged about 21, and John Dono
hue, aged 00, ootu laborers on tbo North Bivor
piers, and both unmarried, woro boarders at 101
Hudson street. On Sunday evening Taylor and
Donohuo wont to thoir couches. Taylor drow off
his olotbos and wont to the closot to hang thorn
up. In looking through tho upper shelves ho
discovered a black bottle. Ho put it to his nose,
and imagined bo smelted sherry wine. Ho hand
ed it to Donohuo, who also pronounced it sherry
wine. They woro in high gloo over their discov
ery, supposing it to bo tho private property of
some other boarder. They conceived it a good
joke to drink it up. They each took a long pull'
at tbo black bottle, and thou called in Magnor,
another boarder, and a friend, Michael Copies, of;
Washington aud Watts street. There was but'
'Uttlo of tbe stuff left in tho bottlo, and thoy got
but a sup or two each.
Tbo company separated, and Taylor and Donor
,huo wont to bod. Soon after Taylor said,
“That’s mighty bad rum, John.” Donohuo
replied, “ Ob, it’s good enough.” Thoy soon
began to grow uneasy, feeling burning sonsa-»
lions in'thoir stomachs. It acted directly on*'
tholy.bowols, and thoy grow very sick. They
purged and vomited. They wore up and down
ond in and out of thoir room all night, and con
tinually called for water, which they drank in
groat quantities. But thoir stomachs would not
retain it. Thoy shouted that thoy woro burning
up. *
Magnor, in tho adjoining room, suffered almost
as severely os thoy old. The landlord got up
once, and after fussing about a abort timo with
out doing thorn any good, retired to his drowsy
couch again. No attention was given tho mou—
nothing was dono to prevent tho purging or-to
relievo tho pain. Although thoy woro absolute
ly dying, uo physician was sent for until 8 o'clock
on Monday afternoon. Then a dispensary prac
titioner wont to tho houso. Ho gave thorn no re
lief. Thoir pulses woio weak and fast declining.
Thoy had had no -stimulants of auy sort. • Tho
dispensary physician wont his way, and troubled
himself uo more with tho eases.
At Bp. m. Dr. Yon Kleeck, of 160 Franklin
street, was sent for. Ho found Taylor and Dono
hue rolling in agony.
Tho pulses of tho sufferers wore scarcely per
ceptible; their eyes wore sunken; their skin had
assumed tho livid hue of poisoned men; they
suffered from intense thirst and fever, and both
had dry tongues with a brown coating. Tho
membrane from mouth to stomach was destroy
ed t their oxromitios wore cold. lu short, Taylor
and Donohue wore dying. It was then twenty
four hours after they drank tho liquid from the
black bottle, and they wore entirely helpless,
Dr. Van Kleeck sent for brandy, and adminis
tered it to to them, and followed it with mucil
aginous drinks to relievo their pain.
Tho physician procured the mysterious black
bottle and examined it. As ho turned It up quan
tities of colohicum seed ran from it. • Shaking
it well, ho poured out nearly a quarter of a
pound of the seed. Ho asked tho sick men
whether they did not notice tho seed when they
drank tho liquid from tho bottle. They said
they did, but "supposed it to bo Aids." The
bottle contained a laxative remedy for tho
rheumatism, and, bearing an odor similar to
sherry wine, was easily mistaken for it. Tbo
quantity which they took was enough to kill
four men. At 11 o'clock on Monday evening Dr.
Van Kleeck made another visit to tho dying men.
Tho house was dark, and tho landlord was com
fortably in bed. Three dying men wore within
twenty foot of him. To the physician, who
aroused him, ho said ho must have his sleep, as
ho could not loso his noxt day's work. Dr. Van
Kloock was satisfied that no remedies or atten
tion could save Taylor or Donohuo, and his
doubts wore strong os to Magnoa. Ho encour
aged the sick mou as much as ho could, but told
the landlord that preparations must bo made for
their death; that if they wished religious minis
trations a priest should bo sent for soou. This
was done.
Taylor and Donohue lingered until yesterday
at noon, when tboy died within a few minutes
of each other. Manner still lived up to a late
hour last night, and tho prospects of recovery
wore favorable.
Caplce, who drank but a sup of the liquid
mixed with water, wont homo, lie soon com
plained to his wife of gripes in his stomach, but
next morning ho wont to his work as usual, and
has felt uo inconvenience sinoo.
A man of 74 Sued for llrcach of from*
iso by u- Woman *of 53>»Dauiages
81,000.
A Buit for broach of promise has recently been
attracting attention in Baltimore County, Md.,
tho importance of tho caso being enhanced by
the fact that it is the fust and only case of a
similar character that has over boon tried there.
Tho Buit was instituted by Mrs. Elizabeth Hal
bert, aged 35, and quito gray-haired, against
laniah Baker, aged 71. Elizabeth declares that
in December last Isaiah promised to marry her
on tho Ist day of January following, but failed
to do so. Elizabeth swore that Baker visited
her very often, and proposed marriage by de
claring that his home was so lonely that ho did
not like to go there. Ho kept on proposing
until she accepted him, and, though ho was old
in years, ho was very fond of making love,
and was as good at caressing as any young
man she over saw. Before she accepted
him they talked over property matters,
and it was agreed that each party was to Lave
the full enjoyment of their respective proper
ties during their lives, aud to have tho right to
dispose of the same at death. Tho third even
ing before the .appointed day tho defendant
brought 'to tho plaintiff a marriage-contract
to bo signed, which she would not sign, as it cut
her off from all interest In his property. She
sent for Baker twice to como aud talk tho mat
ter over, but ho would not do so, and had never
boon in her house since that evening. In reply
to these charges Baker swore that ho was ready
and willing to marry Elizabeth in January if she
had signed tho paper ho took to her. Ho had
ordered his wedding-suit, and made arrange
ments about tho preacher and license, but when
tho old woman got mad and called him “ old
Baker," aud made away with her property, and
refused to sign tho agreement, ho thought ho
would lot her go, and that day ho swore ho
would never believe in another woman. Tho
jury, with truo Southern gallantry, awarded tho
forsaken Elizabeth SI,OOO damages.
Juvoiillu' Savings,
Tho people of Ghent, in Belgium, have boon
particularly successful iu impressing upon tho
young tho adoption of tho habits of economv.
Without govornmout inllitonoo, and mainly
through tho exertions of tho school-teachers,
live-sevenths of tho childrou who attend tho
schools, no loss than 18,032, have become savings
banks depositors, tho aggregate sum deposited
by thorn, according to a paper road before tho
British Association by J. G. Fitch, being 274,602
francs. In tho infant schools (tho habit of sav
ing begins thus early) thoro aro 8,030 children,
of whom 1,020 aro depositors of 66,623 francs. In
tho primary schools for tho classes who pay for
Instruction, thoro aro 1,070 scholars, 6-10 of whom
deposit 22.687 francs j and in tho schools for
adults, hold evenings and Sundays, out of 8,285
men and women, 2,860 aro depositors to tho
amount of 00,252 franca.
—lt Is rolatod of Bismarck that when at tho
peace preliminaries, tho sura of milliards—which
sal so lightly on Franco—was mentioned, Jules
Favro appeared utterly speechless with horror.
When ho hud recovered from tho paroxysm, all
ho could say was, “ that oven If ouo wore to
count from tho timo of Christ till now, ono
could not manage to count such an onormous
sum." Upon wliioh Bismarck replied, with a
smilo t “ Don't lot that distress you; 1 havd
thought of that, and therefore brought this gon?
tlonmu," pointing to Bloiohroodor, tho Jewish
hanker, “ with mo. Ho counts from,tho crea
tion of tho world."
MR. ARCH AT CASTLE GARDEN.
Visit of tho English Labor-Reformor
to tho Immigration Dopol»Uli Fa
▼orablo Opinion of tho Syitom.
From the Fete York Tribune, Ocf. 20.
Mr. Joseph Arch, accompanied by Arthur
Olaydon, of Farrlugdon, England, ami ono or
two other friend's, loft tho Metropolitan Hotol
yesterday noon for tlio purpose of visiting and
inspecting Castle Garden, and acquainting him
self with the American system of receiving for
eigners and forwarding' them to thoir destina
tions. On tliolr arrival at tho Battery tho visit
ors woro received by tho officers and such of tho
Commissioners as chanced ,to bo present, and
woro invited to thoroughly inspect every do-
Eartmont, After a brief interview with Mr. ilurl
urt, tho .Chairman of tho Board of Commis
sioners of Emigration, tho party sot out on its
lour of inspection withSupt. Webster as guide.
Descending from tbo offices of tho Commission
ers the visitors entered tho groat rotunda, which
was thronged with foreigners of all nationalities
and of nil egos, awaiting tho registry which all
must undergo. Mr. Arch and his companions
passed to tlio wharf at tho roar of tho building
whore tho immigrants aro landed, and whore sev
eral hundreds from the steamship City of Mon
treal wore on tho point of disembarking. They
woro then shown tho method of receiving the
strangers, and the rigid discipline which be
gins at this point, and which is 'neces
sary to protect tho ignorant foreigners
from swindling of every description, by which
thoy would otherwise suffer. They passed
through tho guarded gates to tho office of reg
istry, whore all necessary particulars concerning
name, age, nationality, oiroumstancos, and des
tination aro carefully recorded. Tbo boarding
house runuors, Mi of whom must possess a fi
conso from tho Commissioners, woro present in
full force, awaiting tho signal which allowed
them entrance within tho gates and access to
tho now-comors.
Tbe party uext passed to tho Employment
Bureau, whore situations of all descriptions aro
lumisbod to both man and womon, though not
till tho parties applying for servants aro known
to bo of good character. Horo, too, tho books
woro examined containing tbe complaints
made both by employers and employed, which
aro received and duly investigated by tbo proper
authorities. Tho waitlug-room, filled with
friends of tho now-comors, who are not admitted,
to tbo rotunda, and tbo hospital mid Ward’s
Island department, received duo notice. Every
department was visited and carefully examined,
and Mr. Arch, before leaving, became thorough
ly acquainted with tbo practical working of tho
system, Ho expressed himself very greatly
pleased with tho discipline everywhere manifest
and tbo precautions taken to provent any unlaw
ful dealings with tlio immigrants while under tho
supervision of tho Board, and remarked that it
was useless for Englishmen to maintain that
nowhoro but in England woro life and property
safe. Tho party thou visited tbo Board of Com
missioners, who woro holding thoir regular moot
ing at Castle Garden.
The President, Mr. Hurlburt, at onco intro
duced tho visitor, aud a short recess was takou
for tho purpose of affording the Commissioners
an opportunity of a personal introduction. Mr.
Arch thaukod tbo Commissioners for the courte
sy shown him, and after five minutes' conversa
tion withdrew, and returned to tho Metropolitan
Hotol. Mr. Arch will leave this city for Boston
immodiatoly, but will return next wook, and will
sail iu tbo steamer Republic for Liverpool, Sat
urday, Nov. 8.
ILLINOIS NEWS ITEMS.
Corn-husking is tho chief occupation of farm
ers at the present time.
—Mr. Paj?o has shipped over 1,000 hogs to
Chicago during the past week; which looks liko
business, in times liko those. Hogs aro about
tho only things that will pay at present prices.-
Princeton Republican.
—Betting on tho coming county oloction is
gottiug lively, and enough money has boon put
up within tuo post few days to roliovo tho
stringency In tho money market if put into cir
culation.—Pontiac Sentinel.
—Aload of turnips camo in town tho other day.
Toll you our people went for thorn hko hungry
pigs for scattered corn. Lot a man drive into
town this fall with a load of either turnips or
potatoes, and ho is pounced upon with ** stand
and deliveryour vegetables or your life, sir;
never wore such things so scarce before.—La
con Advocate.
—Tho suit of Mrs. Porcival, of this city,
agaiust tho Chicago & Alton Hoad, for
$20,000 damages for injuries received by
tho Lomout disaster, camo up for trial
in tho Circuit Court at Edwardsvillo, yes
terday, and a change of venue was taken by the
defendants to Jersey County. J. W. Conpingor
appeared for Mrs. Porcival, and. 0. P. wise for
tho Company.— Telegraph.
—There has boon considerable mortality
among hogs in this vicinity tho past season.
George Ellsworth, a farmer living a few miles
north of town, has lost over 100, william Patten
about forty, and others tmvo lost a good many.
Mr. Patton's hogs did not seem to be attacked
by any epidemic, but occasionally through tho
wholo season since last winter one would bo
found dead from some unknown cause. Mr.
Ellsworth imputes tho disease among his hogs
to their eating acorns freely. —Yorkvitlc Xeies.
BUSINESS CHANCES.
A RARE CHANCE TO BUY A FULL STOCK OF
groceries nml llzturcs; three yean' lease; cash store,
doing first-class business. Good reasons fur soiling it.
For further Intolllgouco call at 603 Mltoholl-st.
A RARE CHANCE—RAILROAD EATING-HOUSE
at Grand Rapids, Mich., forsalo. Part cash, bnlanco
trade. Address P. \V. RUHR, Grand Ruplda, Midi.
AN OLD ESTABLISHED BUSINESS NOW PAY
tng from $6,000 to SIO,OOO per year for sale. Capital
required obout $4,000. Address C S3, Tribune office.
A FUST-OLABS GROCERY, GOOD GASH TRADE 5
stock, horses, and wagons, $1,800; part cash, easy
terms. MR. ALLEN, l&j South Olnrk-Bt., Room 1.
A CITY DRUG STORE WELL-FURNISHED, AND
•tookoii, for solo or to trade for real estate. Other
biulnoes-lmorost-i forsalo or trade. KIMBALL A CO.,
Room 11, Methodist Ohurch Block.
A GOOD VARIETY OF DESIRABLE BUSINESS
chances and real estate for ealo am! to exchange.
In loan ollioo, 134 Doarbom-st., Room 22. P. SABADY.
D'RUO'STOREFOR SALE IN A THRIVING TOWN
on tho Milwaukee A St. Paul Railway, In Minnesota.
Addross J. J. CLEMMER, Crcscu. lowa, or LORD.
SMITH A CO., Chicago. * ’
TTOTEL FOR SALE—IN CONSEQUENCE OF THE
JLL continued ill-health of tho proprietor, ho odors for
sale, or would exchange for other paying property, tho
loaso (a most valuable one), furniture and fixtures of tho
Barnes House, containing about 120 rooms—being 00
rooms for guests, and furnished first-class. Tho house
contains all tho modern improvements, and all in good
condition. It is doing a splendid business, and is situated
In nearly tbo centre of iho city, being only two blocks
from the Milwaukee A St. Paul, Pittsburg A Fort Wayno,
Alton A St. Louis, and tho Northwestern Railroads. Ap
ply In person or by loltor to W. K. SWALLOW, pro
prietor.
MUST BE BOLD ON ACCOUNT op change in
business, one of tho best dining-rooms in tho city,
near tho Northwestern Depot. Will soil for oash. 210
South Wator-st., corner of Flfth-av.
TVfACIIINERY AND FIXTURES OP A FIRST*
111. class bakory for Bale, or would rent tho bakory, with
furniture,-cheap to good partlOß. THOMAS WALL, oor.
Ualstcd and Adams-sts.
PAWN BROKER’S ESTABLISHMENT having
$3,000 of good pawna on baud, boating lo per cont
interest per month, forsalo; customers first-class. Ap
ply nt!77 Clnrk-st., Room 6.
RARE OHANOIfFOn A GOOD HOTEL MAN TO
invest lualong lease, furniture, ami fixtures of a
address gsi“g°tJr^“ ao ÜB^Uoßa * *' or Particular**,
OAI.OON AND FIXTURES FOR SALIC. APPLY ON
b? <bo premises, 184 Asbland-av., corner Indinua-st., or
at 283 East Randolphs!.
rnilli “MARBLE PILLAR,” ONK OF THE FINEST
A , sample-rooms inlbo city, on the corner of LaSalle
and Randolph-sts., two doors west of Hooloy'a Tbeulro,
Pftl^t,S n m f?£^l l ! l .t^i r, J’boallh and change of business.
ALBERT MIOHELSQN, proprietor, 165 East Randolph.
WK HAVE GOT A RIO BARGAIN TO OFFER
somebody with sl,too cash; aama amount of real
estate- 70 East Mftdlsou.at.. Room «. CHEESBMAN
WKIVILL BELL ON EASY TERMS, AND VERY
T r cheap, a restaurant and coffee-house with IS furnish
eti.FooJ.n?.s.yory J ow rent, and supporting two families
y.°l 1 L ( 2 a JU mi 2i?‘li alu, i» as It Is a groat bargain. GUISES.
MA_Nj^OO iJ _7oj(sigjjarttßon-at., Room 6.
HORSES AND CARRIAGES.
TjIOR BALK-HARNESSES, RADDLE BRIDLES,
J surcingles, horso blaukola, rubber horse covers, do,,
wholesale and retail. Government Goads Depot, IW and
ID7 East Laka-st.
Horses wintered at oeorob w. gage’s
1 acliio Stuck 1-arm, Leave orders at Pacific Hotel,
aggressed to G. LACY, Superintendent.
TTARNKHB OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AT RE
XXduood prices, at J. A. ISLE’S, 4IW Stato-st.
T.TORBE, BUGGY, AND HARNESS FOR BALE;
J.-4-fancy Concord box buggy, Coun d Tonßrooko’u maku.
imarlynow, with tine bay noree undbarHcea, Room 30
Ewing Block, ttl North OUrk-st.
OLHIGHB—FINK ASSORTMENT. JIISTREOKIVED,
OatlowlWa.at I. H. TOWER d BUO.'S Repository,
100, 107, atm lU9 South Clinton-st.
WANTED— 25 HEAD OF CHEAP WORK HORSES
f c a*h. Call at Chicago 1 lorao Market,
ta and 27 West Waaliiogton.ft. WM. THURMOND.
MUSICAL.
PIANOS FOR SALE AND TO RENT. THE BKH'I
lu market, repairing and tuning, at 259 KaatlUu
uolph-at., nuar tho bridge, byj, PUF.BTONj
fpO KENT—AND FOR* HAMS-PIANOS AND OR
i»n/H!isV*-i. ronßng a specialty. WM. 11.
Pltd.SSl.lt d (10. | 274 Ktato-ii.j nnar Van liuron. | | < |
PARTNERS WANTED.
PARTNER WANTED—WILL THE MR. HHIPLY
who wanted to purchase lutorostin Huffman's looks,
tfoarbora-at., Room 2. Impilro torE.
DIVORCES.
Divorces legally obtained, fee after
decree, Scandal avoided. Nine years' praolloo lit
the courts of Chicago, Address Post-Ofllco Bos 1037.
CITY REAL ESTATE.
Foil BALE-GOOD LOTS UN TUB FOLLOWING
streets; Slate, Burnaldn, Butterfield* Arnold, Gari
baldi, Hanover, Butler, Wallace, Summer. Winter, Mur*
ray, anil llalatod; also, on Wentworth. BhurtlolT. Port*
laud, and Stewart-ava.; alao, on Alexander. Twenty
fourth, Twenty-sixth, Twenty-seventh. Twenty-eighth,
Napoleon, Twenty-ninth, Earl, Thirtlolli, Haven, Thirty
first, Thlrty-aooond, Thirty-third, Thirty-fifth, Thirty
sixth, Thlrty-aoventh, Fontaine, and Thlrty-olgbth-ata.
Title porfool. Warranty dooda. A very amall payment
down, 0 years'time, 0 per cent interoat. No agency final
noaa. Apply to owner, ALIIEHT CRANK. 11H Monroo-at.
FmSALK-O. AN.W. CAR-SHOP LOTS; A FEW
lefts the Inat of a block can ho bought.: fcfiM onoh;
easy terms; liberal diacount for oil cash. PIIINNKY A
LOMBARD, 163 LaLaHo-at. ‘
I noil BALK-ONK-AND-A-HALF-BTOIIY FRAMR
’ cottage and lot on Thlrly-aooond-at., near Wallace,
on long lime: monthly payments t near oara. and water on
promlsoa. Title perfect. Apply to FRED P. FISHER,
148 Laßallo-it., Imaoinont.
Foil ba'le-new brick itousn, and barn,
worth $9,000, fors7,ooo, if taken this week; cash,
balance In 4 yoara. It iS‘ convenient to horao-oara and
'hue Unci, In good locality. Is 3-atory end basement, with
10 rooms; all modem improvements, well built ami welt
flnlahod. Gall Monday, Wednesday, or Saturday on B.
KUQKNB OADWKiX, Rooms U and So No. 69 Dear
born-at.
TjlOR SALK—A FIRST-CLASS BARGAIN IN TWO
I* two ntono front houses, corner of Twenty-fifth and
Wabaah-av. t must and will sell; call and examine. F.
EVANS A CO., 100 LaSallo-at., basement, Bryan Block.
■fTIOR SALK—HOUSES AND LOTS AT All, PRICES
X 1 and terms In all parts el the otty by F. EVANS A
CO.. 160 Laßallo-at.’, baaomont, Bryan Dlook.
FOR SALE-NEW BRICK DWBLLINO ON WEST
Van Bunm-at., near Iloboy. Has all the modern im
pmvamonls, and can bo bad muob under Its real value.
MKAD A COE. IKI LaSallo-at.
SUBURBAN REAL ESTATE.
TIOR BALK—TO A RESPONSIBLE PARTY, A FINE
OJ bouao and lot, coating $19,000, all modern Improve
monte, water, gas, etc., at a bargain, onOand.6 years'
time, without any oaih payment, 80 mluntea' from Court
llutuo. No oommlealona paid. Poaaoaalon Nov. 1. Ad
drcaa, for one week, 0 28, Tribune ofllco.
IPOR SALE—OR TO RUNT—FURNISHED HOUSE,
1 14 rooms, 2>s acres of ground. In beat part of Lake
Forest. Poaaosrion Nov. 1. THOMAS L. PARKER,
Room 28 Oriental Building. .
■tfOtt BALE—AT ENGLEWOOD, ONE BLOCK FROM
X' depot, and 6 blocks west of Grand Boulevard Park,
eight 3-atory bouses and two cottages; ordinary rent pay
ment* will buy them; seven 2-story house* and nine col
tagoa sold and occupied within the last thirty days. TIL
LQTSON BltOß., 373 and 274 Btato-at.
FOR BALK EVANSTON—CHOICE RESIDENCE
lota 33x180 foot, for $360 to $460, including ahado
trees and sidewalks; terms easy; monthly or annual pay
ment*. COMMONS A BEST, 143 LaSallo-at.
TpOR SALE—AT PANIC PRICES, IP TAKEN THIS
I 1 week, avery choice 80-aoro trnotafc Park Ridge; 200
per cost can bo made by Rubdlvldtng; secure it at once.
WETHBRBLL, PUTNAM ± 00., Room 18, 91 Washing.
ton-Bt.
OR SALE-NEW HOUSE IN WHEATON, ONLY
ono hour's rldo from Chicago, containing kitchen,
pantry, dlntnrf-room, donbln parlors, 6 bodrooms, collar,
well and cistern; nico location; only four mlnutoi from
dopot. Price, $2,800. Address ROBERT OARS WELL,
Wheaton, 111.
FOR SALE—ENGLEWOOD—NEW UOUBR, BRICK
ha«oniont, largo lot; liberal terras;good location.
HULIiUItP A 00., 8fl8La8allo»»t.
FOR SALE—ENGLEWOOD—IO LOTS AT A THE
mondous sacrifice; the whole ora part will bo sold;
the location Is tho very host, and tho price Is astonishing
ly low. Call and got particulars. IiULBURD A CO.,
£OB LaSallO'St.
For sale-choice building lots at north
Karenawnod, 50x152 foot, *SOO each and upwards; easy
tonus. ROBERT QRBEIt, 84 LaSallo-st., Room 2.
T7IOR SALE—ENGLEWOOD—LOTS NEAR NORMAL
J? School, oast fronts, only sl7 per foot; very liberal
terras. IIULBURD AGO., 308LaSallo at.
For rale-1 acre in Washington heights
fronting Prospector. Also 20 acres In Soo. 7, 87, H.
MEAD A COE, LaSallo-st.
OR NORTH EVANSTON, GROVE
lots and property, by tho block, on easy terms. JOHN
CULVER, HI LaSalle-at.
POli SALE-NEW HOUSE AT HYDE PARK. WITH
8 rooms, water and gas; fronts on Waahlnglon-av,,
soar Oak-si., offered at a groat bargain; easy payments.
New brick store on State-st., oast front, near Thirty
•ovonth-flt., on easy payments and cheap.
Sovoral obolco building lota at Konwood offered at a
bargain. ULUICII A BOND, 87 Dearborn-at.
For sale-thr best investment in mar
ket, lota In Englewood, near Normal School and sta
tion, at a great bargain, for cash. MEAD A COE, 158
LaSallo-st.
COUNTRY REAL ESTATE,
lIOR SALE-460 ACRES PRAIRIE LANDS IN
Soutlmost Missouri; taxes regularly paid; title per
fect; coal and water abundant: ou a country road, neigh
borhood well settled, noar markets. Also, 160 acres near
Orceco, Howard County, lows. Those lands wore located
by wo twenty roars ago, $3 per aero cash. P. M. HIRST,
17 KastThird-st., Olnotunatl, Ohio.
For sale-or exchanged fine houses,
with largo lota, la Beloit, Wls. Will sell on long
time, with small cash payments, or on monthly
or quarterly payments, or will exchange for Chi*
cago Improved or nnimprovodtproperty. Also, for sale or
exchange, 860 acres choice lowa land. E, D. MURRAY,
602 Uottago UroTO-qy,
For sale—bo aoub farm with best of im
nroTomonts, 20 ratios from Chicago, at a decided
bargain. WHIPPLE A OLAUKBQN. 183 South Clark-st.
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
\\r ANTED—CITY OR SUBURBAN LOTS, OR ACRE
TI property; will pay In tlrst-olass carpenter and joiner
work: plan* funiUhod tf desired. Addrota T. E. GOR
DON, 710 West Lako-st.
WTANTED-WB WAIST A BRIOK HOUSE OR
il stono front houso on Wabash, Michigan, Prairio,
Calumet, orPnrk*av., north of Twouly-olguth-st.; prlco
from SB,OOO to $12,000. Wo havo $7.1100 cash, but must bo
a bargain. We havo the cash. Parties warning the money
worse than tho houso. apply to F. EVANS A CO., 100
LaSalle-at., basement Bryan Block.
BOARDING AND LODGING.
South Side.
IQ ELDRIDOE-COURT-A FRONT AND BACK
JLObuIIo, Blue a dingle room, to rent, with board.
XQ^*uTmXuT)fc6ußT—firbt'clTss - board
JrO for ladles or gentlemen : $1 to $5.50 per week,
with übj ot piano. Day board $4.
ACA MICHIGAN * AV. FURNISHED FRONT
xi/ x room with first-class board to two gontlomon.
[ZA H WABASII-AV.—A LARGE ROOM, WITH
OxU gas, closot, oto,; also a single room, eultabla
for two or throe gontlomon, who prefer tho comforts of a
homo to stylo ana bad rations. Tonus reasonable.
QQ7CINDIANA-AV.-A FRONT ALCOVE ROOM.
OO I wall furuisbod ami pleasant, to rent, with board,
hot and cold water, oto.; near Elgbteonth-sl. Only ro.
liable people need apply. Two or throe tablo-boardcre
can bo accommodated. MRS. SIBLEV.
nn- AND 027 WABASH-AV.—A FRONT SUITE OF
rooms, suitable for two or four gontlomon. Other
nicely furnished rooms, single or double. Table first*
class. Day hoarders accommodated.
Good board and furnished rooms icon.
nuoting), kept warm, for four young gouts; 6 o'clock
dinners; reasonable prlco: Pralrfo-av.. south Twonty*
elxth-it. Address, with references, KBO, Tribune otSoo.
West Side.
1 fiC SOUTH JKFFKRSON.RT., SOUTHWEST COR*
XUI) nor of Monroe. Furnished rooms with or with*
outboard. 6 orU boarders can be accommodated with
comfortable rooms and good board at $5 por week. Day
boarders wanted.
1 CO EASTMONROK-ST., ROOM 2-IT WILL PAY
XOO you to call and boo our register, and learn terms
and all particulars for any part 01 tho ally. Remember,
froo of charge.
QQA WEST WASHINQTON-ST., EAST OF ELIZA*
OOU beth—Two gontlomon can bo accommodated;
front room; lint-class board.
«JQQ WEST RANDOLPH-ST.-A VERY DRSIU
OO U ablu suite of rooms with first-cluss board; also
one single room {house has nil modem conveniences.
North Side.
f|C AND OT NORTH OLARK-ST.-IIANCOOK
OO Houso. nice pleasant rooms, with or without board;
vary cheap, lor gßUtlomoa or ladies.
1 /\7 I NORTH DKARBORN-BT.-ONE SUITm UN
iU | VJ furnished rooms, except carnets; ono large fur
nished room for two, $U por week, with board. Modern
conveniences.
IQQ SUPERIOU ST-BOARDERS WANTED-TWO
XOO gontlomon for one flno furnished front room Inn
private family. Inquire ob above.
Hotels*
Atlantic hotel-van buren and bher*
mun sls., opposite tho Rock Island dopot; elegant
rooms, good board, at reasonable rates. Transient, $2.50
per day. Flrst-clasa In every particular.
Sands house. ii« and ns fifth-av., elk-
Kant rooms, with board, at reasonable rates, Trans
lent, $3 per day. Day board, $6 pur wonk.
MISCELLANEOUS.
Alive artist will paint oil portraits
from life at unpreoodontod low prices, and guarantee
satisfaction. To arrange for sittings, do., addreaa W,
11. EASTON, Solicitor, Merchants* Hotel, Chicago,
BOOKS WRITTEN UP, POSTED. BALANCED;
complicated accounts examined and adjusted; part
nership settlements made, by W. H. EASTON, Ell
Olark-Bt., Room 17. '
Books opened and closed, complicated
accounts adjusted. All work requiring an export
soUcUod by WEIIU, Accountant, 146 Filth-av.
CASH PAID FOR CAST-OFF CLOTHING AND
miscellaneous goods of any kind, by Bonding a lottor
to I. OEI.DKR, Loan OfUee, 664 Stato-st.
HAIU-DRESSING-A GERMAN LADY WISHES
still more customers for dally halr-drenslng on tho
North and South Sides. Apply to MU, ERLBU, 103
North Wells-st.
NOTIOU-1S HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL PERSONS
not to trust my wife, Mary Redmond, on my account,
as I sbaUnay no debt* of her contracting. Oct. t7, 1873.
JAMES REDMOND. No. 137 HubbardV
WANTED— TOIMAKE AN ARRANGEMENT WITH
builders to build 10 bouses; will furnish tho lots
and soma money. Address S 61, Tribune otllco.
■^y" ANTED—A SALOON LICENSE, AT 20*3 UNION.
WAN IED—TO BUY A RAILROAD TICKET FROM
Chicago to Ban 1< ranoUoo. Apply to-day at Room
26, 81 and beLaSallo-st.
WANTED-TO* Injncil lASE-TIIF. STOCK,
VV tures, do., of a cigar store, or some business reimlr-
Ins from S2OO to S4OO capital. Address K 03, Tribune
oliico.
TO EXCHANGE.
IPO EXCHANGE—FOR CITY PROPERTY-TWO
X flrst-olasa fruit-farms, that will nut their east la
3years. Price, $14,00(1 and $20,000. Will pay some cssh,
and assume Incumbrances. Andrea Box IH, Uobdon, 111.
rpO EXCHANGE-TWO ELEGANT BILK ifUEHSKH
X entirely now (largo slr.o), cost S6OO, fur furniture.
Apply 177 Olark-at., Room 6.
Fp6 VALUABLE IMPROVED REAL
X citato, ou West Kldu, for real estate la Boston or vl
utility. OI.AFLIN HUGH, d CO., 131 LaSalle-at.
WANTED-TO EXCHANGE—A LOT IN AUSTIN,
balance cash, for palntlug. Address JENKINS,
Twenty-second nun LalltusU.
WANTED— TO EXCHANGE FOR FIRST-CLASS
merchandise. 6,000 acres of land, 60 miles from Chi
cago, near railroad. Atldross FW, Tribune utlico.
WANTED-TO EXCHANGE—S6,OCO WORTH OF
old and now books for a business In Chicago or Chi
cago real oslato. Stuck nf bonks in Grand Rapids, Mlcb.
Address LW, Trlbuno.olUco, (or too dsy«, v
TO RENT-HOUSES.
TO RUNT—3-BTORY AND HASItMKNT MAIUILR.
front dwelling houses,'ln block fronting couth on
Vernon Park (Macalcator-nlacq) j oontaln 10 rooms each,
finished In best style, with all modern Improvements.
Ilrlck barns. Apply to W. J. ONAIIAN, 112 and IU
Uoarbom-st.
O RKNT-3-BTORY FRAME HOUSE. 9 ROOMS,
on Thlrly-soTnnth-st., near Ellin-ay. Rout Tory low.
H. R. WELuB, 188 Doarborn-it.; after 8 p.m., 01 Vln
conncs-ar.
fflO RENT-DWELLING lIOUBR NO. 903 WABASH-
X nr., containing ton rooms, hot and cold water, gas,
bath-room, Ao. Apply at No. 169 Oalumot-ar.
6 RENT—SUITES OF ROOMS, SUITABLE FOR
housekeeping; gas. watnr, and wator-cloaola with
each (In Thompson's Block, Wost Madlaon-st.; will root
olthorlnsultoaof Born rooms. Also, a number of cot
tages. By WM. II.THOMPSON. 2& West Madlson-at.
rro RENT-A SEVEN-ROOM GOTHIC COTTAGE,
X nearly now. Apply at 831 South Roboy-at,
TO RENT-HOUSE 477 IIUnUARD-ST., CORNER
Ashland-AT.t eight rooms and olosota. Ront, s2fl.
W. WALLER, Room 3. B26Stato-st.
npO RENT—FROM NOV. 1 OR NOV. 18, ACONVKN-
X lent and comfortably furnished homo on tho South
Side, baa 12 rooms, gas, hot and cold water, bath room,
collar, barn, oto.s to a good tenant will bs rented at a
Tory low figure. Apply To GEO. O. OLAUKK, 8 and 4
Bryan Block. •
7110 RENT-FURNISHED COTTAGE. NO. HOC
X Pralrlo-av., 7 rooms. In good order. Ront, S6O por
month.
fpo RENT-HOUSE 221 NORTH OLARK-KT.. 6
X rooms; S3O per month. Apply to R. U. FLEMING,
166 Wasblngton-st.i Ofßco 14.
TO RENT-TWO HOUSES—ONE SUITABLE FOR
two families; 910, sl6, and S2O, with barns. J, 8.
WOLFE, 119 Doarborn-st.
CIO RENT- 10 ROOM 2-STORY HOUSE, IN GOOD
X order: near Kllxaboth-at., on Fourth, cheap. IVES
A ROBINSON, Room 12 Motnodlst Block.
TO RENT-LARGE BRIOK HOUSE ON WABASH
nv., near Twolfth-st., suitable for boardiugbotuo.
WM. GARNETT, 163Monroo-st., Room 2. *
TO RENT-NO. lOOTIiIUD-AV., OOR. HARRISON
at., brick house, 12 rooms; only $73 por month. WAR
NER A RIUDON, lU9 Doarborn-st.
7110 RENT—VERY CHEAP—A B ROOM COTTAGE,
X oontral and convenient. sl6: a 3-story frame, In flno
neighborhood, S3O; also, a boarding hotel of 20 rooms,
near St. Louis depot, at half prioo until nozt MayJ
SAMPSON A 00., 144 LaHallo-st:
TO RENT-8-KOOM HOUSE,WEST MADISON-ST.,
and 0-room house, Cuntro-st.; caoh $25 por month
till May. WHIPPLE A OLARKSON.I33 South Clark-st.
mo RENT—A COTTAGE OP 8 ROOMS; BUTTERY
X and olosot, with water, at 274 West llarrlion-st, Ap
ply to M. HAGbRTY, 206 Sooth Donplalnoa-st.
TO RENT-VERY LOW, UNTIL MAY I, NEW 2-
story basement brick, II rooms, all modern Improve
ments, good barn. Also 2-story frame, 8 rooms, good
neighborhood, near oars and Lincoln Park. Will tako
patty wanting nlco homo to eoo them. W. J. DAVIS,
146 Mndlsoo-st.
mo HUNT—A NEW COTTAGE HOUSE, 6 ROOMS
X first floor, Brooms nttlc, large unfinished basement;
West Adams-st., near Campboll-av. ; good neighbors.
Address or call on JAMES, Room 5, 143 South Olark-st.
rilo RKNT-M NORTH PKORIA-ST., TWO-STOHY
X house, 9 rooms, bath-room and olosots; rent low. Ap
ply at 08 North Sangamon-st.
Suburban.
TO RENT-ATII ALE PRIOE-1 WILL RENT 6RV
oral housos iu North Evanston till next May, to any*
ouo who will pay in advance up to that time, houses of
from 7to 1(1 rooms that bavo rented for S3O to S9O per
month for $lO to sl6, or I will sell on ten years* time, with
nothing but Interest paid annually in advance. OiIAS.
E. BROWNE, IMMonroo-st., Room 3.
ntO RENT-AT ENGLEWOOD—NIOR SIX-ROOM
X cottage, only two blocks from oars: rent low. In
quire of Postmaster, or write 8. T. DAvIH.
TO RENT—ROOMS.
r RENT-ONE ROOM. VERY HANDSOMELY
furnished, in a Hno private house, suitable for one or
two gentlemen; terms moderate. Apply at 370 Wabash
av., near llarrlaon-at.
frO RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS, AT Bi9 CLARK-
X st. ( comer Harrison, third lloor. '
fpO RENT-3 SPLENDID ROOMS SUITABLE FOR
X office, manufacturing, or housekeeping; cheap.
Apply to H. W. STILES, oLHco of Central Hotel, Mar
kot-st.
IDO RENT-3 FURNISHED FRONT ROOMS, IN A
X private family; bedding and furniture now; intho
now marble-front building, northwest corner Wells and
Ohio-sU.
TO RENT-3 UNFURNISHED FRONT ROOMS,
suitable for light housekeeping, to gent and wife.
Apply 720 Wabash-av.
TO RENT —ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING, IN
first-class order, one block west of Union Park, sl6,
$lB, and S2O per month. Call at 66 Daarbora-st.
rpORENT—A VERY PLEASANT FRONT ROOM,
X in a business block, suitable for a sleeping room or
an office. Apply to D. J. OROCKER, 187 Clark-st.,
Rodms 6 and 7.
rpO RENT—333 COOLIDOK-ST.. 6 NICE ROOMS. $lO
X per month; water, Ac. DIBBLE iLA BELLE, 266
South Halstcd-st. _
rpo RENT-ELKOANTLY FURNISHED ROOMS.
X at S2O, $22, and $24 per month; aUo by the day and
week, at the ot. Jnlion European Hotel, 153 Doarbom st.
rpO RENT—NEATLY-FURNISHED ROOMS, WITH
X stove, cheap, to ladles or gents, by the week, or for
any length ot time. Call at 413 South o latest., lypoml.
rpO RUNT—A FURNISHED OR AN UNFURNISHED
X mom to gentlemen; private family; very desirable.
818 West Washiogtoa-st.
rpO RENT—THE UPPER FLOOR OP 339 WEST
X Polk-st., containing 6 roams, with marble mantels,
chandeliers, water, ana gas; rent, $25 per month. Apply
on promises.
mo RENT-A FRONT ROOM, NICELY FURNISH-
X od, with gas and hath room, (or gents, without
board, S2O per month, at No. 90 South Morgan-«t.
rpO RENT—ROOMS SUITABLE FOR HOUSEKHEP-
X ing. WJ Michlgan-ov.
rncTkKNT-71 monuok-st.-niob unfurnisu.
X od rooms, single or suite*. Good conveniences. B. M.
DAVENPORT. 10 Major Block.
rro RENT—NICELY-FURNISHED ROOMS,SINGLE
X and In suites, at 188 East Madison-st.* corner Flflb-
rro RENT —lod TWENTY-FOURTII-ST.-A FINE
X suite of unfurnished rooms; references required.
fllO RENT—AT Ml WEST LAKB-ST., 2 FURNISHED
X rooms. Inquire on promises.
rpo RENT —FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED
X rooms in a private family. 81 Sixtecnth-st.
TO RENT— NIOHLY-FURNISHED ROOMS ON
second and third doers of Exchange Building, south
west corner of Washington and Olark-sts. Inquire at
Room £O.
fpO RENT—HAVING NEWLY FURNISHED ADDI-
X tlonal rooms within tho past week, desirable partlos
can bo accommodated by tho day, nook, or month. Ap
tiolntmonta tirst-olass, and charges reasonable.’ 85 Dear
torn-at.
TO RENT—STORES. OFFICES, &c.
Stores.
TO RENT-DRUG STORE, 133 SOUTH OANAL-ST.,
with lixturoa complete. Apply at 323 West Twelfth.
rpO RUNT—VERY OHEAP-A STORE AT SOUTH-
X cast corner of Harrison-st. and Flfth-av.. tho best
place in town fora grocery, or Hour and feed business.
JAMES AHERN, Fifth av.
rpO RENT-ONEUALF STORE ON SOUTH WATER-
X at., four stories and baaomout, best location in town.
Already aula-lot for full term so as to coat only SI,OOO per
annum. Call at IFJ South Wulor-st.
OiTloos.
TO RENT-AT A MODERATE PRICE, TWO NICE
offices, third floor; also, largo, light tofts, well Hu
{shod, of 133 and 135 State-st. G. F. WORK A CO., 138
LaSallo-st.
Miscellaneous.
TO RENT—THE NICELY FURNISHED HALL OP
tho Germania Lodge No. 183, A. F. A A. M., at &
North Olark-at.. corner of Michigan, la to lot for every
evening except Thursdays. Lodges will please call for
particulars on F. W. UILP, W. M.. No. 125 Flfth-av.
rpO RENT—DESK-ROOM, WITH A HANDSOME
X cylinder desk, if required, in our basomunt office,
possessing every convenience. Moderate rent. G. F.
WORK .t CO., 128 LaSalla-st.
WANTED—TO RENT.
WANTED-TO RENT-B OR 6 ROOMS. OR A NEAT
cottage in good neighborhood on west Side, be
tween Randolph and Van Burousts., and east of West
ern-av,; a place with accommodation lor a horse and
buggr preferred. J. A. SCOTT, 19 and StWustMadi
eun-st.
WANTED-TO RENT-A STORE SUITABLE FOU
Vi packing green moats. Address SMALL PACKER.
Tribune office.
WANTED-TO RENT—A COTTAGE HOUSE ON
West or North Bide, with present occupant willing to
sell the furniture. Address JO, Tribuno office.
TXf ANTED—TO URNT-A SUITE OF ROOMS. FUR.
ft nlshod or not, within tbo business limits. South or
West Side. Address AH H, COS Mlohigau*av.
\\r ANTED—TO URNT-A GOOp BARN, IN THE
I F vicinity of Habited Anil Van Buron-ats. Call or ad*
dreea Blngor Office, 815 South HaUtod-at.
WANTBD-TO RENT-HOUSES IN GOOD LO
FT oatlona on Wester South Side, for good tenants,
Owner* apply to F. EVANS it CO., ICO LaSaUo-it., base
mont, Bryan Block.
WAHTED-TO RENT-A FURNISHED HOUSE ON
FT one of tbo avenues, between Sixteenth and Twenty*
fourth*at«., rout not tooxcood $125 pur mouth. Satisfac
tory references. Address, with full particulars, X Y E.
Tribune office.
FINANCIAL.
Baldwin, walker a co., have funds in
hand fm purchase of short time secured notes. No.
7 Hawley Building, corner Dearborn and Madt»on*«ta,
CLAIMS AGAINST HOME, KNICKERBOCKER,
Germania, and other bankrupt insurance comps*
nles cashed by J. K. WITIIEUELL, IN) Doarborn-st.,
Room 6.
Money to loan on diamonds, watches,
bonds, uto.i at LaUNDICR'S private office, 120 Ran.
dolph-at., near Clark. Established 185-1.
rpO LOAN-98,000 ON DOUBLE THE AMOUNT IN
X value of inside rual estate, In uuo loan for 5 years in*
torostat loner cent. WAITE CLARKE. 51, 52, and 1-0
Bryan Block.
TVANTED-GOOD PUItOILASrC MONEY NOTES.
if Addrtrcs PO Box S&1, naming parties, security, ana
interost allowed.
WANTED-MONEY FOR PUIICHASK MONEY
VV mortgages, at good ratca.QMOREY A MAUILL,
77 Qlark»«t.
WANTEU-GOOD PUUOHAHE-MONKY NOTFCS,
FT $500t055,000. Mustboflrst-dues. Call at Room
13, 178 Stato*s6.
*1 (ifin OK93,OOOiVANTr.ni.OHTimKKVKAns
ipx.vyu; on good unluoumborud real estate. Ad*
dress L 81. Tribune office.
CHAO 000 T V, L P AN °. N i;i»«tolass in.
ipXUU.yVJU side Improved rosl oststo, In largo
amounts, long time. S. B. BROWN A CO., Roomed
Reaper Block, corner Clark and Wnahlnglon-Hts.
MATRIMONIAL.
Matrimonial -a young man going to
Kansas wishes tho acquaintance of a young woman
or good health and good principles, who can accompany
h mssa wife, tosoltlu in the above Slutot ruferoncos
given and romtirod. Address K IS. Trlhtma jdlico._ .
INSTRUCTION.
GITHATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG OKKMAN
O lady who lias had several yearn* experience in teaching
her language, to teach children and tako euro of lhcm|
can also give tho first Instruction in music If necessary.
Good toiursnuos cau bo gtvoa. Address 0 72, Trlbuao
OUIQOi
WANXED--MALE HELP.
BooklcooDor*. Olerka. Etc*
TirANTKD—DRY OOODB OLBRK AT 479 BOUTU
VT OanM«»t. Only oiporionocd nootl apply.
Trades*
TITANTED—FIVR GOOD TINNERS. APPLY AT 107
TYIMuo Irlaihl-ht.
‘W'ANTKD-AFinfIT.Or.ABS PRESSMAN TO WORK
Jr T a country morning dallyand weekly paper, Wanes
920 par wook if good work Is done. Tlio bast of rotor*
enocs romilrod. Address or apply In person to Gacotto
Printing Co., Fort Wayne, Ind.
■^yANTED—TWO TINNERS AT Ml MADISON-BT.
\AT ANTED . SHINGLES TO SHINGLE IB SQUARES
T T at corner Leavitt and Taytor-st., near Ogdon-ar,
WAOTED-BOY TO RUN A GORDON”PRESS.
t> 1 U' l,1 ? 1 nrl * «l« UarrUon-at., Western Postal Record
Printing Co.
A?T r P I) r AT HANCOCK HOUSE, 93 NORTH
Olark-st., a good cook.
Employment Aconolos.
WANTED-23 RAILROAD MEN, 10 MEN FOR BTA
tlon work, 60 loams, and lo coal-minorsi free faro;
company work. Cd North Clark-st., ItoomO. ’
TUANTKD-TO LEAVE MONDAY MORNING AT 7
U o'clock, 20 laborers to work In a eoal mine; froo faros
tho highest wages paid and work all winter. Also 2M
wond choppers for Michigan, Ohio, and Indiana. Annlv
to CHRISTIAN A BING, I South Clark-st,, Room 1.
Miscellaneous.
WANTED—EXPERIENCED CANVASSERS OP
TT tlrst-olass ability, to operate In Illinois, lowa, Min
nesota, and Wisconsin, for Pleluroauuo America and
other excellent works now publishing In parts. MOSES
WARREN. lU3 Stato-st., comer Washington.
WANTED - EXPERIENCED CANVASSERS OF
iirst-olass ability for Appleton's Now Oyolonrcdla,
and Seward's Travels Around tho World.- MOSES WAR
RUN, 103 Stato-st., corner Washington.
WANTKD-OANVABSBRS CAN MAKE FROM $8
to $lO por day taking orders for a weather-strip that
tho rubber cannot pull out of. P. P. VALENTINE <fc
CO., General Agents, 133 South Clark-st., oor. Madison.
WANTED-AN ELDERLY MAN, OP TEMPERATE
TT habits, one who will work for moderate wages, and
that undorstandi cooking, waiting on, and getting along
with customers in a small restaurant. Apply this day.
(rum 12 to 2:80 o'clock, at Room 29, O'Neill’s Building,
ooruor Harrison and Stato-sto. •
WANTED-MEN IN EVERY TOWN. COUNTY,
tt andntate. If you want to make money don't fall to
caller address Ohong Chong Manufacturing Company.
99 East Madlson-st.
WANTED— EXPERIENCED AGENTS TO BELL A
now article, paying 35 per cent protit. Qasflttori
wanted also. Room 19, 145 South Olark-st.
XITANTED—MEN AND WOMEN TO SELL USE-
V T ful articles: soil road ly at sight, and nays largely.
AMERICAN NOVELTY COMPANY, No. fia orark
it., Room 23.
TIT ANTED—ACTIVE MEN, WITH FROM 335 TO
v ▼ SSOO caah to ontor into so tiro paying business during
the winter. This is no patent humbug. Address M. T..
Tribune office.
TXfANTED A GOOD. RELIABLE TRAVELING
TT salesman in a wholesale bouse. Give name, ago,and
references, and state whether married or singho, and
former; occupation j also what salary wanted. Address K
17, Tribune office.
WANTED-AT THE DUEL HOUSE. 218 AND 220
Waahlngton-st.. a young man or boy to build flros,
ana mako himself useful.
WANTED-FOUR EXPERIENCED CANVASSERS:
.*' PjJtKood; references required. For particulars ad,
dross W 42, Tribune office.
WANTED—FEMALE HELP.
Domostios,
TUANTED-A GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE.
_»/ , work. Must giro the best of references. Call at 48
West Waahlngton-st.
VV’ANTED-AOIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE,
TT work, at 151'orrost-av. References required.
\\T ANTED—A GOOD GERMAN OR SOANDINA.
TT vlan girl for general housework. Must bo a good
washer and Irouor. Apply, for throe days, at No. Bu7
Warron-av.
"W ANTED—A GERMAN, SWEDE, OR NORWE.
1410 WabMiTav tBDt glfi,of 80noral bousowork. Apply at
WANTED-A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work at 1289 Xndlana-ar.
WANTED A COMPETENT GIRL TO COOK,
wafhjlron, and take care of furnace. Reference re.
quirod. 29 Indlana-av., fourth house south of Tldr-
Uonth-st.
Nurses-
TITANTED—A WET NURSE, IMMEDIATELY,
Address HASICKLL MURRAY, Tribune office.
SITUATIONS WANTED—MALE.
Booldcoonors. Glories, &o,
OITUATION WANTED-TO DRUOOISTS-AS A
proscription clerk, by a Gorman. City references.
Address O. A., Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN WHO
speaks English and Gorman, In a wholesale or retail
grocery or any other business; Is willing to make himself
generally useful; has had a 9 years r ozporionce In a
grocery: can also keep books; best of reUroncws. Y an,
Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED—AS CLERK OR STORE*
room keeper, bya man of experience; is a good meat
carver, and understands diningroom work. Address K
89, Tribune office.
Misoollaneuos,
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN WHO
has good business qualifications; will work for a mod
erate compensation. Address AlB, Tribune office.
OITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN WHO
O has had several years' experience In business; will
servo bis employers honestly and faithfully. Wages not so
much of au object as a good and pormanontsltuation. Ad
dress M 43, Tribune office.
SITUATION— WANTED—BY A YOUNG MAN WHO
has had several years* oxporloaco In tho lumber bush
ones. Can furnish tbo best references for honesty. intoc
rlly, Ate. Address K 80, Tribuno office.
SITUATIONS WANTED—FEMALE
Domestics*
QITUATION WANTED-BY A GOOD GIRL IN A
O private family, or boardlng-houso, to cook, wash, and
iron; has good reforonoo. Inquire at 232 South Dos
plaiuus-st.
SITUATIONS WANTED-BY TWO SWEDE GIRLS
to do general housework in a private family. Please
call at or address No. 6 Noblo-st,» near Kinzlo, for two
days.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A GIRL TO DO SEOI
ood-work In a private family; South Side preferred.
Uftll, for three days, in roar of 689 Stato-at.
Situations wanted-by two” girls, To
gether. one for general housework, tho other for
second work. Call at 522 Oathorine-st.
Situation wanted-to do general house
work or cook In a private family by an American
woman; boat of references. 229 East van Buron-st.
QITUATION“WANTKp-BY A GERMAN GIRL
p who speaks 1-ronch and German only, in a private fam
lly. Apply 338 North Market-st.
SITUATION WANTED-B Y A YOUNG WOMAN TO
assist with light work in a private family whore she
would have a comfortable home. No wages expected.
South Side preferred. Tho best of references. Address.
lor two days, FOS, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG BWEDI9
girl, to do second work or general housework in &
small family; speaks good English. Address JM, Trib
une office.
Housekeepers'
QITUATION WANTED-AS HOUSEKEEPER OR
O nurae. Address FM, Tribune office.
Employment Aaenoies*
SITUATIONS WANTED—FAMILIES IN WANT OP
help can bo snplled
at MRS. DUSKE'b office, 80 Milwaukoo-av.
Miscellaneous.
QITUATIONS WANTED—BY TWO YOUNG LA
p dies, who speak good English and Gorman, as olorki
in a dry goods or fancy establishment. North Side pre
forrod. Call 913 North Olark-at.
LOST AND FOUND.
WOUND—A SUM OF MONEY, THE OWNER BY
X fully describing U, and paying for this notice can
have it by calling ou W. HUTCHINGS. 210 LaSallo-st.
WOUND-ON GOT. M. CARRIAGE DOG, SPECK*
X* lod, with collar and check onitanook; the number
of tho chock is 122. Tho owner will Hind the dog at No. 14
Logan.
T OST-ON THURSDAY NOON, A WHITE AND
X-i brown milk vow, not Tory largo, a small bole in both
bores. Anybody returning the same to 197 Blue Island*
ov. will be liberally rewarded.
LOST-BROWN AND WHITE SLUT. CROSS BE
twoan water spaniel and setter; had strap around bur
nock with a brass ring on it. Return to 13 West Lako-st.,
and rooolvo SO reward.
IOST— 010 REWARD—ON TUB NIGHT OF THU
J 211 th Inst., at tho Illinois Contra! depot, one black
leather valiio and two baudboxoa; ono a long box coo
tainlne a glass caso of wax flowers; the other a lady's
hat. Tbo above reward will be paid for their delivery to
JOHN GILLESPIE A UHU.. 172 East Adams-st., oi
for the dowers alone, and no Questions asked.
HOUSEHOLD GOODS.
TBOR SALE-FURNITURE. AT 801 SOUTH STATE.
X' st., consisting of a ootmdeto furnished bouse, all la
good order: only boon used about one year. For further
particulars, Inquire at 147 East Randolph-st., Room 8.
TF YOU HAVE HOUSICHOLD GOODS OF ANV
X kind, noworsooond-haud furniture, buggies, pianos,
sowing machines, or any kind of merchandise to dlsposu
of, call and sou OSGOOD A WILLIAMS. 63 South
Capal-at.
WHO PAYS THE HIGHEST PRICK FOR SECOND,
band furniture f-Why, EDWARDS A COHEN, C 5
South Canal-Bt.
SEWING MACHINES.
Buy your singer machines from the
regular offioo, at 216 South llalstod*st. Machines
sold on monthly payments and rontod. Open evenings.
Buy*a sTkueu sewing-machine, aniTpay
for it in sowing at 174 South Olarlt-at., up slalrs.
/•t ROVER A BAKER'S SEWING MACHINES—
\ T General Office, ltd Statu*it.; Branch Oillco. corner
llnUlod and Randolph-sU. Persona having old urovor A
Bailor machines uru invited to call and see tho now ini*
piovomonte and hoar something to theiradvantoHO.
SINGER SKWINa MAUIIINEH-()FF10K, NKSUOLS
A PEARSON, 114 South Hulatcd*st.—Machines sold
on easy payments, and sowing given when required.
Machines repaired.
WILLCOX A GIHBB, THE BEST FAMILY HEWING
mnublnn. Thread, noodle*. ell and repairing. Will-*
cox A Gibbs H. M. (! )., iwmor Wahmdi.av. amt Admin-wt.’
AGENTS WANTED.
A GENTS WANTED-12 SAMPLES THAT SELL FOR
J\ $2 with Lbpnco raialoguo fur 25 cunts. Addvucs
S. HOOK, Cedar Rapids, lowa.
A' GENTrt'WANTiR>-$5 T6 $lO A DAY ON $5 TO
$lO capital easily mudu by iiimi and women in (he oily
and elsewhere, sn,£o clear prollt on $5 in two days, tea
•ample sent forltio, nr Jive artloln*, worth $1.70, font foe
Btln. MEHIt 1 r.L X_ Crt.. 101 East Bundolph-at., Chloacn.
FOR S/iLE.
Ipou BALE -VEitY CHEAP—THE FIXTURES OP
1 a medium-sized grocery stow: they are one year
old: ono-tlilrd of tho cost wilt take thorn. JAML3
AUI2RN, _U id FlUh-av.
irtOß SALE-GOVERNMENT CLOIMIING OF ALL
X kinds, wholesale and retail, at QO\ EUNMISN P
GOODS DEPOT, No. IWaud W Last Lako-st., Chico*
flO, 111.
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