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GOSSIP FROM THE CAPITAL.
Alphabet Barlow, Proprietor of the
Domooratio Party,
Bemocrnlic Jobs anil Jobbers—Cotton-Tax,
Ucflarrihan, Cuba, and I’atiflc
Hail,
The Loffal-Tontlor Case and Uio Su-
premo Court,
A Good Story b Eiot Ilaito.
From Our Otcn CorrttpmulfnU
WaouiNOToN. Nov. 23,1871.
If, when, and perhaps tho Democratic party
comco to powenwhat then will bo Its relations to
BARLOW ?
Do you know Barlow ? Ho la ono of tbo silent
micro, the underneath jobber of jobbers, the
great unknown iridescence of tho Democracy,
Ho belongs to tho standard of Caron do Beau
marchais, Crcuzot, Do Lesßeps, Ralston, Ilia
pot ih tho Democracy ; tno world is his oyster.
" Barlow will fix It,” caystbolucauliouß Demo
crat. If Sovmour must got op and Pendleton
got down, Sickles leave Spain or Gould leave
Frio, Pacific Mall flop, or tho mines of Montezu
ma declare a dividend, Barlow will fix it.
Barlow Is Dean Richmond with variations, Ho
lo Jefferson without the humanities. Ho is at
once Miranda Expedition, a corner In Wall
etroot, a court ou Fifth aveuno, and all parts
of the Tiolihoruo claim, from old Sir Roger down
to tho Lord-Chlef-Justice. Ho is no adventurer,
but tho employer of adventurers.
Tbm brilliant emissary goes under bis patron
age to Nicaragua, aud parleys with tbo hyena of
Guatemala. That ono ascends tbo rivers of
Grenada to pierce fora ship-canal. A third rings
In with tbo Vera Cruz & Mexico Ilaiboad. A
fourth is a quiet spy on the Islets
of tbo South fcjca, wboyo Webb aud
Holliday expect to conduct, some day, a
lino of Lnck-aotion, coud-avound propellers for
tbo benefit of yams, cocoa, and missionaries.
DarJovr’a man Is in Yoddo, in Pekin, Ho has tbo
refusal, any day in tbo year, of several first-class
but indigent Kingdoms.
Ho has so many bchoiurp, all magniloquent,
that bo is called Alphabet Harlow. Jlo 'is not,
however, the man who kicked tbo peony pieman.
M You spell bis name,” said tbo EtigHabmnn,
u with a Hess, a Hell, and a Horn i 8. L. M, Bar
low, proprietor of tlio Democratic party, nice
Doan llicbmond aud Peter Dagger,
“ Rove you oyo back,” as Uio Bowery poet said,
to tbo Bnnto Domingo expedition, and, although
you may not Uavo soon U, tbo uamo of Barlow
shone in characters of living light midway be
tween Baez and Cabral. Did not tbo author of
tbo torm Kakopbagous, and other alcoholic bits
of etymology, proceed tbbbor on tbo fated
bark? Has bo any identity, except in Bar
low ? lie shuts back into Bailow, like a blade.
There also is Duuuu: 8. U. Dunanl Some
time ago, in tbo dilemmas of tbo Brio Railroad,
there wore called forward to New York some of
tbo conservative and careful workmen of
Jchn W. Garrett, to eoo if it was pos
sible to got auy honest service in tbo
road successively prostituted by Drew and
Gould. Dunau bad been Auditor of tbo
Baltimore A Ohio Road. Ho took a bko posi
tion in Eric. Boon aflerwaid bo reported to tbo
London stockholders that tbo management of
the Watson party was irregular; aud forthwith
Barlow, assisted by tbafc press on which ho can
always rely,—tbo Union of Blifll oud Black
George,—snowed bis baud.
Duuan was denounced, routed, and, with mock
patronage paid to bis relative poverty, relieved
Irom tbo bouse of Erie. It made no difference
that tbo English Interest found afterward that
Duuan bad been candid aud coucct. Ho was
too poor to gut tbo ear of tbo stock-jobbing
Sess. Hugh Jewett took charge in general, but
unnn is outside.
Without vouching for Duuan, It Is evident that
ho ought to please, as Auditor of two of tbo four
groat railways Iroru West to East,—and Erie has,
of late, boon nu appoutlago of .Pennsylvania,
with Barlow ou tbo outside.—and Dunau uu in
vestigator after tuo heart’s wish of tbo Democ
racy, shows that tbo railways, advised by great
political middlemen, like Barlow, McClure, ct
al., nave proceeded iu tbo line of tbo water-pad
aud tbo overissue as fo.lowu:
Yaudeibill's roads, tidewater to Chicago:
scant SHi),U jO.COO stock.
Gaircct’s roads, tidewater to Chicago, scant
$1C,01)0,000.
Thus the Baltimore & Ohio Road has to meet
dividends oulyou ouc-uimh as much block ns
tho Central. Ami yet do we see Now York,
Boston, aud Philadelphia, proceeding to Balti
more lilto tho Magi, to say, in tho most iuuocout
Way, to tho returning Gairott i
Where is ho that is born King of tho (rail
way) Jowb?—lor wo Uavo scon bin star in tbo
Eaat. and nio come to worship him I"
Barlow is a hue. dashing, woll-bchavod fellow.
But mquiiiea aro in order. Who is to bo tbo
mercantile and logul adviser of tho Democratic
party, if it comes to power. Is it Barlow ?
1 hen look out for tho most elegant Federalism
ovorseeuat Washington, under tho ostentation
of Homo liulo aud Stale Bights 1 Tho revival of
Barlowium, instead of Jay-Cocklam, at tho Fed
ora! Capital, will mean Just this :
instead of tho oxpcudituio of public moneys
prodigally upon domestic schemes, there
will ho piodigal expenditures upou distant
countries and in distant sens, in mo
name of a foreign policy, American in
fluence, and American snipping. Besides, Na
tional politics will bo forbidden to tauo cogniz
ance of such things as Tweod, Barnard, and
Erie, as they aro “Homo Buie.” ’1 hat is to he
Bailow Domoeiacy. Tho uoxt-door neighbor
must mind Ins own business whilo wo run tho
man wit hunt a country.
Now York Democracy Is hollow kid-glove,—
osioualbly a mild lortn of gauntlet, really a
purse to defray , tho oxpousos of naughtiness.
*’ho scnnihhitios ol men aio yet nhve to tho lato
remombranao of the part of tho Barlow prose in
tho Brooklyn abduction. Homo Bulo is goud
enough, oxuept by tho Master of tno Houso. In
fhoit, ilie bumratod Socialism of Now York, with
! ulsue?fJ diecpiug morals, is tho Democratic
Higher Law on and about Manhattan Island,
it marches on iho Bights of Man ami tbo Sev
ern h Commandment, with tho well-known rogue's
I'Uvjj ' “
Don't you know that I’m the man that kicked the penny
HU liiikjity Barlowt (All together, please t)
■n TT 00 hATIO JOllfl AND JOUDEUH.
, ~° n BulhiUy, iho celebrated overland trader
m tho Administrations of I’iorco and Buchanan,
lv B J.! u !\ set v u waiting for mails and
oppmtuniiics. A iile-lung Democrat, ho stands
u tt( ly lUo of the faiihtul, to servo
the l(mlio’iL" UOU rolottso4l lrom tbo thraldom of
E ?l'> or Marysville, Col., a lifo-
Iho^rwit 1 lifJl 1 ' "" r iu ' lo °r uuci manOßor of
thn Lobby fl,r U‘» mmra 01
I luvoWhijf bfo.OUO.UOO at ouo
f >'n«r S U “ a l '", lora#t ’ “ u ilollvorod 10
furtj-joar 7-por-oaut ■ bomla, Tliia aoliomo la
basoJ upon tlio lax of 8 conta a pound Impoaod
ou cotton at tho cloao of Iho \Y ar , T|i u n o , n t
naa inltod, that to tax cotton wan to impose an
oxpurt-duty, nhloh la unconatitmlonal A part
of tho Ucnoh hold that tula quibhlo had hultom
to aland on. horthivith tho cotton clanna ora
hoiißht up, and Iho refusal of tho rest ohtuiimd.
All wo urn waiting for now la a Uimmyocallo
Iho Mcdarmhan olfllm, funded amongst cer
tain onauuox Democrats at ®IS,UOft,OUU. and lonr
uootted by Montgomery Blair umlttiolllaip fam
ily. in toady to share In tho drat frulia of a Dom
ocintio success. Mao has got a now suit of
clothes, and uses bucli cabulißtio remarks as
“ Diminh yo hear tho slogan i’’ I —meaning, it is
supposed, Wo can Jump any mnu’s niliio wo hko.
Tho old Cuban loony holds on, waiting foi tho
BticjCtiH of tno gieut party of Invasion \ hut It is
embarrassed by tho uniall matter of cunbistonoy,
—a part ut tho regular Democratic pioso being
edited by tlio Hpanish attorney in Now York.
This ia of no account, however. Orgamiaio
cheap, while Uon Wood. Buck I’omoroy, and tuoir
kidnoylhe. There aro lots of embargoed os
tatca in Cuba, ami Blavoi v is imsupproHsod there.
To meal a dtovo of niggers from tho Dons, drivo
them into tho cauo, and bull drove and aano
down into sugar, is tho easy part of Filibuster.
Tho munov is ready in Now York, in tho hands
of Iho Executive Committee. AUdrcsj "Hhent
per shait,"
liiuoiy, there ia |Pacirlo Moil | tho Importers’
pot lino around the world (o nowhere parlionJar
ly. Tho regular-lino Democrat, Joy Gould is
Bald to bo bearing it. It has no politico untll’tho
Democracy Is duo, ami then, for Bailors’ llltrnia
It will have boon ovorwholm ugly, immomor allv
Donoornlio nil tho nlillo. Tlifn Com SB
dlzoj doubly, Is Htitl tho fast man ot Wall HtiVofc.
Tim LEQAL-TENIlim CASH AND THE SUPREME
COURT.
Clifford nnfl Tin a ato Bold to Itnvo toon tho
two Jiiutinaa ilianoiitlUß from .tho opinion of tho
Biiproiuo Court In tho last Logal-WonOor cano,
whocp tho holr of Maryland, the wandering l.olr!
tho JlaUimoro it Ohio Itnllrnad Ooiopanv, rolimod
*9 l 0 Parent granny of
Uioalaio. I hov believe in specie on botu sides.
ct, rporallouß novor surrender.
J? e8 ° V vo mo A Clifford and Field, nro the
?. n T.*t 10,n^or ?. ,0 Judiciary who hold with
tradition, rather than vigor, to ultra-indical
Htriot construction. It Is assuring to tho coun
try to know that, whatever political changes mar
bo made, tho Supreme Tiibunnl is, to a grout do
prop, tho ooiiHorvator of tho. National party's
policy. Miller, Baayno, Davie, Hunt, Bradley,
btrong, and Waite,—all men of quiet habits and
relative youth,—will Hoop that high tribunal In
tho course proscribed by tho spirit of tho War
that broke tbo pretensions of the Provinces,
Clifford is tho oldest sitting member on tho
Dench. Ills life and privaov are strictly Judicial.
Liitlo or nothing is known of his daily walks and
talks. Ills enormous nlzo and mature prohibit
him from much oxorciao. Ho is a diligont
Jutlgo. Behind him sirolcU tho years of public
action far away to tho Oily of Mexico, where ho
made tho treaty of peaco when Texas was tho
public question, and her annexation tho policy
of tho party to wnich Clifford belonged. Faith
fully tho old man—his olein, and hair, and tno
light of his o«e, of almost muscular strength—
stands by tho opinions bo formed ns a Van
Huron Democrat. Nobody imputes anything but
high conscientiousness to him, yet lie differs
with tho majority loss on tho facts than on tho
llnvor of the Constitution. What a commentary
on tho finite mind. A little primer of laws,
called Tho Constitution, docs not read tUo same
way to two equally pure, equally wise Judges.
while Clifford boards by Davis at the National
Hotel, Field keeps house ou Capitol Hill. Ho is
a wonderful homo-body, and Is always repairing
or adding something to bin establishment. Thoro|
in a part of tho same building where Calhoun
died, and Congress mot, nod prisoners-of-war
wore kop.t, tho Judge roads everything under the
Him, now or old, and is a little more m love with
hishoino every day. Uow could ho go against tho
Logal-Tondor decision, being so much that wav
himself?
The Court is a queer little world. Its greatest
firactitionor is dead, Curtis. Ho was a natural
awyor. His mind could cross an ocean on
stepping-stones, so exact and so all-abounding
was It. Ho used to sit on this Bonch,
hut resigned to practice aud make a com
petence ; aud every day, going to aud fro, from
Saw to bqnor, from ethics to toddy, ho described
with his elbows, by repeated bondings of tbo
same, several ciroumnavigations of tbo globe.
Tbo vast processions of common law, tlio stately
I ilo of tbo Roman statutes.—which Logoro la
bored so nard to roconoilo with tiro common law,
aud thus mingle the classical and Gothic arches,
—rose all tbo clearer to Curtis’ sight ou too vul
gar compound called a cocktail. Ho was a good
old Domooratio toddy-taker. He died In tho re
cos.-i. wbou tho Court was off at leisure. Wo
shall not look upon his like again.
Judge Miller is ilnisbing a law-book, made up,
I bel.evo, of tho decisions of tbo Bench whereof
bo is a worthy member.
“ He is a good man to have around,” says Mrs.
Miller. “110 can just take a book, aud sit and
read good-luimoionly all auy, and bo interrupted
by thu children while writing his decisions.”
When a new man is to como on tbo Bench,
they chatter together like a number of great
clacking bene, each of whom expects a now hen
to sic mutually on tho general eggs which she
bad no ppit inlaying. ,Tboy look at him when
ho arrives, nml make up their minds, aud go
homo and report to their wives every dav. (jf
course their wives know very Utile about it. but
It is quite a subject for a groat while, Tho uow
man, meantime, is advised by Ids wife on tho
subject of his gown. Thoro she is a groat au
thority, on tbo subject of backstitch aud tbo
size of tbo sleeves. It is not every woman who
can pet nor husband into petticoats. Bbo goes
to Court slyly, to soo if bo gowned as woil as the
rest ol them; aud sometimes, perhaps, suggests
that it is timo bo bad a now one,—intimating
that bor old silk is also shabby,
Bret Harto told mo a good story about bis visit
to Washington a year ago. Ho bad nut boon in
tbo city at any timo previously.
“ I was delighted with that Capital,” bo aald.
“It is so wiao-roaebing, so mire, so worthy of
tho country I I strolled up aud down, knowing
little about it nil, until I saw a sign, * Clerk of
tbo Supreme Court.' Thou, guessing tbo door,
I entered that .awful Tribunal of which I bad
board so much. Sure enough, there they wore
in their silk {?owus,— largo, grave, Groek-looldiig
fellows, all tu a row, with ono lawyer talking,
two listening, and no spectators.
“ 1 sat down, the solitary intruder, in a
corner. Tbo sounds of tbo pleader monotonously
arising, made tbo only disturbance bolides.
"In a low minutes, one of the Judges, auto
matically turning bis bead, looked at mo. Ho
said something to tbo next Judge. Tbo next to
tbethhd. So along tho wbolo line tho mysteri
ous communication wont. They all faced from
the advocate and looked right at mo. Thou tho
Judge nearest mo winked. 1 could uot have be
lieved it. but ho winked twicol
“I blushed like Ann Pago when Falataff
winked.
“Tho awfulPrcaonoa winked throo times.
“ Suddenly 1 romomberod mat it was Field.
This was tho Bench ho was on. 1 hud icon uo
■qunimcd with him m California.”
** Well, Ilarto, it Is tho flrst time a joko ever
wont round the Supreme Court. Thoy couldn’t
evou take tho joko of Cushing’s cpulirmation.”
Gath.
TAKING UIE VEIL
The toll tm liken. AuJ hop calm pile face
Smiled K.ully ou mo us she fluid good-by;
Mo quivur ou ihd l.p my gaze couid trace,
No tear drop glimuuod hi her young bright oyc.
Twas tho black veil. And yet I could not ice
Upou that rudiaut face auu sign of horrovf.
She parted; Just as oft she’d said to me,
“ I’ll meet you at tho same place, d.-ar, to-morrow/
But now the yell was token. And she said
With Just her otduu thrill of girlish laughter,
“1 can’t cornu out to-morrow; but lusicud
“ I’il meet you huie, dear Charlie, tho day after."
And so tho veil was taken. All In vain
I’d tried iq ou her bunuot-top to co. k U;
Bo drew It on, to Irlss; ran for the tram,
Aud took tho veil—Juno’s veil—homo lu my pocket.
Two hairpins to her chignon fusioned It,
Which very quickly I uad diHcomu oted |
On these hicomlnoiu 1 chanced lu ntt—
Then how J tuck tho veil X ictuhocudl
— UHn»icy’a J/uf/uciuc.
Talley ramPs lUcmolrn.
Tho approaching publication of tho memoirs
of Fnueo Tulloyiund was unnouncoil tho other
day, but it appears tho reading public is not to
bo gratified with a sight of thorn for twenty-two
years yet to oomo, ouiug to a compact made with
his lato Majesty Napoleon 111, Tina astute sov
ereign. desiring some eight yonis ago to kuow
whut these memoirs contained, requested that a
portion of tho mauuseiipt should ho sent to him
fur perusal. This was accordingly done, aud
tho Emperor discovered that tlio momoirs
wore hi flagrant disaccord with the Mo
murinl of Kt.”Helena, a fact which was ex
ceedingly annoying to him. Ho sent, there
foie, for tho Baron Charles do Talleyrand, grand
son of tho Frinoo, and requested him ;o inter
foro with tho Vnloucay family, who wore' Prince
Talleyrand’s heirs, in order to obtain a further
delay in the-publication. It was therefore de
cided upon that, in accordance with tbo wishes
of the Empoior, tho memoirs should not appear
(ill aftor another postponement of thirty years.
As this took place in 1808, wo have, of course,
twbuiy-two more years to wait before catching a
glimpse of those very interesting revelations. It
was in return for this oonccsdicm on tbo part of
tho Valoucay family that Napoleon 111. caused
tlio titlo of Duke do Montmorency to be revived
in favor of tho second sou of tbo house.—Pam
Letter,
mow a Conductor <2ot ilia Tliaulct>
crivimr 'i urk«y«
Prom the litiltuqiie Tune*.
On Friday ovouing uu Conductor Carnoy’n train,
of tho Illinois Central, wan nabbing through tho
limbered region of Centro Qrovo, u Hock of wild
lurkuyH woio noticed miming along an tho track
a cohnidoiablo distance ahead of tho engine.
Tho conductor Htatiouud hiuiHolf on tho pilot,
and, as mo train approached the Urdu, they took
to tlio wing, ruining directly In front of tho on
unio. Far a few seconds, which Boomed like min
utes, thoro wnu a moHt exciting race, but tho
train was too l int lor tlio bit Us. and us it caught
up with them tho smoko-stack knocked three or
tour of them to grunt), ami Mr. Caruov caught
ono, a monstrous gobbler, by tho logH, and ho
Hliong wan tho bird that bo mnan huoli a utuigglo
that it Was only hv dueporato ofl'ort Mr. C. could
aotuiii hie place on tho pilot with ouo hand and
hold tho bird with tho other. Ho succeeded at
laut in getting him nafolv back to tho baggago
car, wheto it was found that h!a turkoyslilp
welched 22 tha. The bird Ih lut and in lino con
dllioii for Thankaglving Huy, and for that day
ho will bo aomdup with oyster moiling.
THE CHICAGO DAILY TRIBUNE: SATURDAY NOVEMBER 28, 1874—TWELVE PAGES
Tho Attempt to Force llio Mormons
iuto Communism.
Growing l Strength of Political
Anti-Mormoniam.
The Indictment of Elders Ricks and Can
non for “ Lascivious Cohabita
tion.”
Tho Mountain-Meadow Massacre-Pros
perity of tho Mining Interest.
Special Cprretpondtnce of The Chicago Tribune,
Balt Lake City, Utah, Nov. 18, 1874,
Tho salient feature of Mormon policy the past
season was the attempt to force tho entire mem
bership of tho Church into ‘
COMMUNISM.
Five to ton years ago it might bare boon success
ful; but tho lime for it, if it over was, would
seem to have forever passed. Hero, In tho Capi
tal, it didu'b begin to succeed, nor for CO miles
and south. Dut,' In tho extreme nortli and south',
where tho light of tho ago has not yet pouotint
od, tho people generally assented, at least bo far
as to turn over their stuck. This was at ouco
branded "71,” which they have so soon got
far enough along to interpret "Seven
to ono you novor got it bnok again.’
it is producing, oven in the most benighted dis
tricts, tho oxpoclod dissatisfaction; while, in tho
moro enlightened, Brigham has boon obliged to
change his tactics, It is no longer " consecra
tion” that is urged, but "co-operation;” which
Is a homo of quito another color. Even that
drags; for it is hard to convince oven the Mor
mons that a set of Idiots Individually will consti
tute a community of wise man.
Brigham’s policy is
PIIOTEOTION, CARRIED TO TUE EXTREME.
A man might raise wheat enough in Utah for,
say, $lO, to trade for his year’s slock of coftoo
nml sugar; while, if ho undertook to rniso bis
ooffoo and sugar himself, it would east
him SIOO. Any person who retains bis common
sense can see this; but ono who has exchanged
that commodity for “ religion,” as religions go
out hero, of course cannot. Brigham's “ re
ligion ” aims, oven more than tho organization
aud rule of an army, to make the individual
nothing, tho community everything, and to com
pletely isolate it at that. Ho has largely suc
ceeded; and now, ou tho brink of tbo gravo as
ho is, no sees the hitter fruit of it in tho absence
of ail individual enterprise among bis people,—
secs tho result, bat tails to detect the cause.
Heretofore, if any man was goitiug his head
above tbo dead level, by reason of uutivo force,
it bas been the policy to ruin him, suud him off
somewhere ou ono pretext or other, aud break
bim up. In ooDßOijueuco, the general level of
povotty and squalor has boim
OIIADUAT.LI LOWERED,
ipstead of raised. In 1801), twenty-two years
after th,o Territory was settled, iis assessable
vuluo. was, ui round numbers, •iUI.UiJJ.uoO.
The railroad came, “ outsiders ” followed,
mines «uro discovered aud wrought, aud in four
vours it became S22,I)JJ,UJO. Tue railroads are
built oliioUy by Guimlo money; tbo mines, wortu
at present ?2o,IKK),UUU, have uocu discovered and
developed almost entirely by Gentiles aud apos
tate Mormons; aud tlio Uoutilos support tbo
railroads, while tho Mormons go ou tiding tboir
litilo potatu-patebes, obeying counsel, paying
tboir tubing, and marrying,— •* living tuoir re
ligion,” and growing poorer aud more wretched
every year.
\Uion Brigham came from biawiutcr-capilnl in
tbo extreme south, lust spring, bo told the peo
ple that they were tbo most miserable peasantry
lu tbo world. True, be said it was because they
wore wasteful and extravagant; but bo failed Co
toll tuom bow.ono could wasto what bo never
bad. Uis remedy was another stop in tbo wrong
direction, —tbo lust that could bo taken. Every
thing was to bo deeded and banded over to
about 125 Bishops, and tbo people were to put
themselves, us wed us tboir nussossioiis, abso
lutely at tuoir disposal. Which, could it have
boon douo, would have left 125 men iu Utah, not
very bright at that, and
ABOUT 100,000 SLAVES.
Now, having played the Inat card in that hand,
and last, Jot Brigham change his system, and
give tho individual a chance. In tlmt case,
Utah would suou bo another couutiy. But
this 1b not to bo expected, it would
uut off tithing aud weaken the “ Kingdom,"
or the chiefs of it. Thu Fall Conference, while
itwwat» t probably by reason of Brigham's procarl
oub health, a very tamo affair, comparatively,
wau improved to urge upou the pcoplo tho old
fulso idea : tbo individual is nothing, tho com*
inanity iu everything ; us though uu outorpris
mg, proporouH, powerful community ooula bo
bunt up uut of emasculated, slavish individuals,
a marblo city bu mace ol brick lioubcb. Yet tlmt
wau all that was Bind of any pith or interest.
, lu 18(17, tho Opposition have llrst utiomptod a
'political light. Tho man they supported for
Oougrcbß gut about 125 voted, lu 1871), their
candidate got aeouc I.SUJ votes ; hi 1872, perhaps
2,000; m 1b74, 4,hu11. Their flrst uieocmgß
Acre taken possession of by tho Chinch
people, their uo.\t practically suppressed,
xho past summer they hold thorn uu*
diuturLod in the streets of Salt Lake,
md thoußauds listened to ub plain political talk
ing an over was uttered,—such au it would not
have boon sale to utter 11 vo years ago la ouo’o
private lodging*.
At the last election, tho Liberals
OAltmUO ONli COUNTV,
Tooolo 5 tlm couuty otlicorH canvassed tho voto,
andcortihed to tho roault according to law;
thou, uttor taking ‘•counsel.” begun a tilibustor
iug nur to koop the successful candidates o it of
their olllccs, They wouldn’t accept their bonds,
and, when forced to by the District Court, they
would mil give possession of the records, etc.,
umil compo.lcd to by proccus of tho Court.
Their law loquiips one to bo a resident in order
tovotojand to bo a tax-payor in order to bo n
resident. Oonstiuod literally, this would en
able tho county tax otlicors to disfranchise tho
Opposition ontiro by simply pus.polling tho
assessment and collection of taxes till after
the election, ouch year. Tho Judges of Eloc
tioa in tho mines construed ’‘tax-payor” to moan
ono who was liabloto pay taxes when oallod upou
to do bo; and, of course, this allowed every
body having tho necessary quiilulcations to
vote, although certainly no more than ono hi
four of the Liberal voters had actually paid
tuxes this year. On tbo olhor band, tbo Mor
mons votou illegally, (1) on their tirst noturol
izutiou papers; (2) polygamous wives of foreign
oirth, and their children, whether of ago or not:
(2) pcopto purporting to Imvo boon naturalized
by tho Frobuto Courts. Ono-lmlf of thoir votes
turoughout tbo Territory oomo from those throo
classes, which cannot legally voto under thotr
own and tho laws of Congress. Hut tho law
provides for cases of contest, and it is not
by tho incumbents arbitrarily excluding
successful candidates from their ollices.
There was much trouble and consider
able excitement about it for a time,
there being symptoms of forcible resistance to
the verdict ut tho polls ; but the now uillcors
WEItE FiNALI.Y Ib'HTALUIU,
and thoro was no outbreak. If Congress would
revise iho Election laws of Utah, bo an to give
all.citizens u fair show at tho pulls, wo wiioultl
rodcoiu this Territory from Theocracy by legiti
mate political agitation, discussion, and action,
in a very few ycarH. This is tho only wav wo
have made any substantial progress, ami tho
only way m which tboto is any hope of ho doing.
Upon the mooting of the District Courts, and
tho impaneling of juries under tho Poland law
of last suasion, tho DUuict Attorney challenged
off all who, mi their voir Uiro, declared that they
would conscientiously Horuplo to indict a man for
violation of tho anti-polygamy act of IHOU.
At hmt. perceiving that ihoy would all bo ox
oußud from serving, too polygamists reconsid
ered, ami concluded that, while they bohoveU it
to bo right; ua lung us it wiih contrary to law
they would not ucruplo to indict lor It. At all
ovoutb, lot tho law bo tested. Bo that, .on all
tuu Grand Juries, (hero uro not only Mormons,
HUT I'JLYOAUISTH,
Ono Elder Hicks, drawn uu a Grand Juror, on bo
mg questioned, allhough an extensive polyga
mist, domed it point-blank, and ho was impan
eled as ono of thujuroiH. Whereupon Iho Jury
retired, ami immediately presumed Elder Hicks
lor iasciviouu cohabitation, under the Territorial
statute made famous in 1871 by iln attempted use
against pcdygamnitH. Delegate Camion was also
indicted under the minio stututp, and tula because
ho domed, in his oonioat for tho Dologato's
«uat lust muter, that Uu pruuliood polygamy.
AmUhooc aro tho only two indictments known
UTAH.
—Ool. L. J. Du Fro, late of tho Memphie Ap~
pcal, has disposed of his interest in that paper
to Felix M. Jones (a son of tho late Gov. Jones,
of Tennessee), ami douigns removing to Toxns.
Tho Appeal will hereafter bo conducted by M. O.
Qullawuy, J. M. Keating, and Mr. Jones, as solo
remaining stockholders in tho Oompauv.
—Mias Harriot Do Witt Mitchell, oldest
daughter of tho lato Qon. Ormsby MoKuight
Mitchell, earlier known ns Professor of Math
ematics at West Point, Dirootor of tho Cincin
nati Observatory, ami author of popular warns
on astronomy, died Thursday at tno residence of
her sister. Mrs. William Iloak, in Now* York City,
—Tho Republican stumpers in tho Seventh
Congressional District, it lias transpired, had a
hard tiino of it. As thov reached each town,
“ tho loading men" besought thorn not to mou
tion Dr. Ayer and not to denounce tho Demo
cratic patty. There wasn't much loft but tho
third term or tho price of hay to talk about.—
Boston Olohe.
—Abd-01-Kadar-El-Korlm, one of tho wealth
iest inhabitants of Constantino, Algeria, has
at rived in Pm is, Ho possesses thousands of
aoros of land, has *250 sporting dogs, 2,500
horses and mules, 17,000 camels, and 120,000
head of cattle. In case of war ho furnishes
1,200 soldiers and horses to the French Govern
ment.
—Tbo oldest tailor In tho world baa Jnnt died
In Pavia. 110 was lUU years of ago. 110 waa
called Father Fippa. 110 began hia trade at I)
years of ago, and continued at it till his 100 th
year. 110 worked tor uluoly-ono years! Throo
months ago ho made a pair of pantalooim for his
youngest great-groat-gramlchlld. It look him a
foituight. “And to think," ho haM, “tlmtouco
upon a time I could mako a pair in half a day I"
—iVino York Mail,
—A correspondent says of Smith, Baxter's
late Lieutenant in tho Avkansns udmiuistration,
that ho turns out to bo a son of Dolaaon tiimth,
formerly known us Delusion Smith, of Oregon,
who ouco contested Williams' scut as Uuitoci
States Senator. Dolnzon Smith was a violent
unomy of Christianity, and christened his
young hopotul. wlio now aspires to bo Governor
of Arkansas, Yoluoy Voltairo Smith.— Cleveland
JHaimkah')'.
—Miss Llizaboth Ellory Dana died at hor rosl
donoo in Chestunt street, on Thursday, at tho
ago of 85 years. Tho deceased lady was a (laugh
tor of Cliiol-Juatno Dana, and grand-dunghtor
of William lillory. A great many persons uf all
ages, from tho youngest to tho must aged, and
of all conditions Iu hfo, will loam of her death
with true sorrow, and chonsh hor memory witli
aiVoction, gratitude, and doop interest.— Boston
AUovrtiacr,
—Unfortunately for tho rumor about tho ap
proaching marrhuo of tho Itnusiau Grand Duch
ess Mario to tho Prinuo Imperial, thoro's no snub
poison in tho market, Thoro uro two Hussion
Grand Duohossoa bearing tho mono of Marie.
One of those, so von years older than IhoPnneo's
own mother, has a husband yet living; and tbo
other, who is only 21 years old, Is already mar
nod, and only last month obtained tho honors of
mulornity,
—A Pittsburg shnpwomnn -has boon sued by
hor landlord furlibol, because, whon ho seized
her household goods for arrears of rout, sho
hung in tho window uf hor utoro tho following
conspicuous notice » “ Attention all > A widow
woman to bo uold out for tbo more sum of $22 5
to hnvo boon found under that statute. Tho man
nro each notoriously living with several women
ns wivos; ami, since they deny on oath that they
uro polygamously married, 1 suppose tho Grand
Jury nnw nothing oleo to do but Indiot them for
tho other thing. Elder Rieka is also Indicted for
murder, and Eider Cannon for polygamy. Tho
latter will probably go to Congress umior this
indictment, as tho District Attorney finds it im
possible, from pressor pilor business, to proceed
to ti lal at present. Cannon is under bonus from
day to day; Ricks, In default of ball, is in quod.
As Cannon has nob taken n now wife within two
years, ho may escape conviction, under
tho statute of limitations; hub there
is ono indictment for polygamy entered into
within two years, in which it is claimed thfit tho
proof on all points is such mi to insure convic
tion. Whether it Ims boon agreed upon as a
tost case, Ido not knows hut it will answer tho
purpose of ono, for it will bo appealed under tho
Roland law. Tho decision wo must got from the
Supreme Court as to tho law of 1802—In other
wolds, how, when, whoroiii, and how much, "re
ligious freedom ” may ho restrained by Jaw un
der tho Constitution of tho United States—will
bo very Interesting, and it will
BREAK TUB DACR-RONE OP POLYGAMY.
Among other rocont Indictments is ono against
John D. Loo, tho nnlitia-MaJor in command at
tho Mountain-Meadows massacre. Ho has,
of lato years, lived in hiding, away from
tho settlements; , but, coming out re
cently. was surprised and captured 'by
Deputy-Marshal Stokes, and is now in cus
tody nt Beaver, awaiting his trial. It Is under
stood that witnesses nro on hand to fix tho re
sponsibility of that fearful crime, ami to secure
the punishment of some at lest of tho chief
actors. Many think it will bo brought homo la
Brigham at Inst. Ho is morally responsible, for
tho deed was m exact accordance with the sul
phurous fulmiiiattous of bis pulpit nt ih&t time i
and ho was accessory after tho Tact, received
part of the plunder, iko.; but I do not behove
lie over gave orders to commit tho massacre.
Ho would nave been too politic, if nothing else,
for that. Leo is a more-married man than oven
Brigham,—tho latter having found sixteen
women enough, while the former required
eighteen, and is tho falherof nearly half as many
children as old Baineses tho Groat himself. This
trial, and others soon to come on, will ho fruit
ful of interesting developments illustrating the
beauty of those .Mormon twin tenets,—
POLYGAMY AND BLOOD ATONEMENT.
Tho late State elections mado the Saints Tory
jubilant at first. But they roll^do' 1 upon their
past biato-y, and upon the Bltnaliou ac present,
and concluded that there wasn’t much turkey In
it for them, after ail Morroouism is at all points
antagouistio to Democracy us well as to Republic
anism, end, until it abandons hint antagonism,
bus nothing to expect but opposition from cither.
Tho policy of tho country hits always been the
siuuo on tliis point, and always will be.
And, should the Democrats again real
ly come into power. and attempt
to change that policy, it would
matter little, because tho reform in Utah from
within is getting too strong to bo much hindered
or retarded from without.
- Meanwhile, bueiuosu—and by that I moan
raining—
QUOWS STEADILY MORE PnORPETIODS.
Tho mines are generally producing more and
hotter ore than hint year, and their product will
exceed that of IB7J by 69 to lUO percent. At
two places in tho south, the native coal is being
coked successfully; iron-wortis are building at
Ogdon, and iron is being made far soutu hi Iron
County ; while, at Soda Springs, tho extreme
north of tho .Mormon settlements, largo deposits
of almost pure sulphur have boon discovered,
and are about to bo utilized. Tho floating popu
lation, which has nude it lively iu tho saloons
aud club-rooms tho last two or throe
years, has pretty much gone: tbo mining towns
uro llllmg up more with families, aud their im
provements uro gradually assuming a more sub
stantial character; while railroads aro being ex
tended south and west. There is inuoji talk of
*• hard times but tho real business of tbo
country is going ahead. Tbo groat scheme of
cu-oporntivo merchandising, devised by Brigham
six years ago to keep out tho Gentiles, is slowly
passing away. Tho parontiusUtution hero is stop
by stop retiring, anil by spring will have ceased
to bo. Tho Presbyterians have just completed a
lino clmieh, capable of seating 699; the Method
ists will soon have one litiisnod, of twice that
capacity. Bo that wo aro getting on, oven in the
American Asia. Douglass.
MISCELLANEOUS.
What tbo Governor of Arkansas said to tbo
Governor of Louisianai “There aro too mauy
of us."
—Col, William Wilson, of tho Sixth Now York
Volunteers, familiarly Known during tho War as
“ Billy Wilson’s Zouaves," died PViday iu Now
York.
—There ia a rumor all along tho lino of tho
Boston & Albany Railroad that Judge Colt in to
be the successor of Mr. Chapin as President of
tho corporation.
—Tho bat Massachusetts Democrats in Con
gress were Banka and Ibntoul, who wore chosen
nioie than twenty yeata ago. Uantoul died in
his lirst term of service, aud Banks soon after
left tho party.
—Gov. John A. Dix and family will leave Al
bany in January, and tiko possession of their
realdonca m Now York City, No. 0 West Twonty-
Ihnt street. They will subsequently spend a
part of tho vrintor in Florida.
—A weekly paper in Illinois describes tho
edit or of tho other paper as “ a blear-eyed hiteb
ing-poat, a goat-faced gunny-sack, a wart-eared
bung-hole for a otdor-barrel, and a plaster-east
for tho pcop-dock on a Ciiial-boat.” There mast
have boon a dearth of society-nows that week.
—Tho magnificent mansion at Norwalk, Ct.,
erected by the late Legrand Lockwood at u cost
of more than $1,000,000, is now offered for sale
by tho agent far tho bankrupt estate at
SIIO,OOO. It is proposed to purchase tho prop
erty for a town hall aud convert tho grounds into
a public park.
—Quo of tho editors of tho Milwaukee Sent »•
ncl tells us that ho has been struggling with his
mustache for two years, and yet it now consists
of but nine hairs. Ho ought to know, occupy
ing the position ho does, that a respectable mus
tache can’t bo produced without brains.—Louis
ville Courier-journal.
bolnn for ono tncnth'a rent, and coot of suit.
My ohllrt bolng olok, caused mo to bo In nrronrs.
X appeal to tho public to bolp mo. My rutblona
landlord,, —, will soil mo out and make
mo destitute. 'Vongoanoo In mine oudl mill
ropav, Salih tho Lord."*
—llnmmatt Billings, who died nt tbo homo of
his brother in Now York Halurdav night, was well
and favorably known throughout tho country as
an artist and architect, Ho was sncrosaful nn a
hook illustrator, and in this branch of Ulr pro
fession did much excellent work for Messrs. Os
good A Go., at Boston. As an architect ho de
signed the Pilgrim Monument, which has not yet
boon erected at Plymoth, Mass., —a massive
granlto structure surmounted by a figure of
Jlopo. Mr. Billings also furnished tho modolfor
tho elaborate and tasteful case of tho groat or
gan formerly in the Boston Music Hall.
-—A cable telegram from Vienna announces the
death of the Archduke Charles Ferdinand, lie
was tho second son of tho celebrated Archduke
Charles, and was bom on the 29th of July, 1818.
Urn military record is very distinguished. Ho
was a General of cavalry, commander of tho
Fourth Array Corps, and Commander General in
Hilcßla and in Moravia; propriotalro of tbo Fifty
first Regiment of Infantry, and was Chief of tho
Eleventh Russian Regiment of the Bjolgorod
nc f r 9: 11° married in 1351 tho Archduchess
Elizabeth Francoiso Maria, daughter of tho Arch
duke Joseph, Palatine of Hungary, and widow of
tho Archduke Ferdinand.
—By tho European mail of Nov. G wo havo nn
announcement of tho death, in London, of Hir
Denis Lo Marchant, Bart., of Oobham, late Clerk
of tho House of Commons, and brother of Llout.-
Qon. Hir John Gaspard Lo Marchant. Tho de
ceased Baronet was born at Nowoastio-on-Tyno,
July 3.1795, and was called to tbo Bar at Lin
coln's Inn in 1822. In 1890 ho was appointed
principal Secretary to Lord Brougham, then Lord
Chancellor. In 1811 tho Queen, on tho recom
mendation of Lord Melbourne, conferred a
Baionotcy on Mr. Lo Marchant. In July, 181(1,
Sir Denis was elected Member of Parliament for
the City of Worcester in thoLiboral interest, ami
hold the Boat until July, 1817. hi tho latter year
ho was nominated Under Secretary for tho Homo
Department, and in tho following year reverted
to ills old position as Secretary of the Board of
Trade. In 1859 ho was appointed Clerk to tho
House of Commons, which position ho resigned
iu 1871.
American Officer* lu Eaypl,
From the Sew York Mail.
Tho following list of Americans now in tho
sorvico of His Highness the Khedive of Egypt,
and the posts at which they are stationed, kindly
forwarded to ns by an ©nicer of tlio Etat-Major-
Qonoral, will bo of interest to their friends iu
this couutiy:
GENEIUtS op nmiioH.
Charles P. Slone, Chief ol tbo General Staff, Cairo.
Wm. W. Loriug, couimundiug Army of tho Coaal,
Alexandria.
OOLOSEI.B, OENriUt, BTIPP (RSTAT-MAJOll).
Alexander W. Reynolds, Chief of Staff, Army of the
Const, Alexandria.
13. Sparrow Purdy, engineer duty, Cairo.
Edward Warren, M. I)., Surgcou-lu-Cblef Egyptian
Army. Cairo.
It. E, Colston, fitting out expedition for Soudan.
Cairo,
William McE. Dye, Chief First Section War-Ofilco
Bureau, Orders, lloporls, ole., Cairo,
Robert. M. Rogers, Chief of Fifth Section War-
Oflleo, Bureau Engineer Uncords, Maps, etc., Cairo,
LII'.UTF.N’ANT.OOLOSr.LH, OKNKHAL RTAKP.
Charles 0. Long, Chief of Stuff, Gordon's Expedition,
Central Africa.
A. Macomb Mason, special duty, Alexandria.
Horatio D. Hoed, Chief Fourth Section, Wur-Olfice,
Bureau of Cavalry, Inspections, etc., Cairo.
James Basscl, engineer duty, Cairo.
Muons, OBNnuAi, staff.
Chancellor Marlin, Chief Fifth Sotlon, War-OQlcc,
Bureau of-Military Administration, Cairo.
Henry G. front, engineer duty, In the field.
colorul (AUTiM.nnv).
F. A. Reynolds, On leavo of absence In the Unllcd
States,
LtrnrKNAjjT-coLomtL (AnriLLEnv).
William H. Ward, torpedo duty, Alexandria.
CITY REAL ESTATE,
f?OR SALE-GREAT AUGTIoITsAWroF'IUSAL
J Estate.—Wo have bnd placed Incur bnnda some of
tuo muni valuable property in Chicago and In suburbs,
embracing nturcs, boiols, and ratldoiicas, nlinntod In nit
ll) * ci, yt Hyde Park nnd Washington
llotßhta acre property, which wo aball toll whhuut re
serve on Monday, Jan. Jl, 1*75. WM. A. BUTTERS 4
GO., Auatlanoors, loH MadUon-st.
hunters with to
A Silted—Attention—W«# are duluc an extensive loaning
im-lnckß. Thcroaro aouio who cannot pay tbolr Incum
brance# and imiat sell for wbnt you will she or lute tbolr
properly. THUESDISLL A BROWN, R8 Flfih-av.
1?0R SALR-M FEET. MICIHGAN-AV.. NEAR
J- rorty-scoond-st. { nuo-ioutli cash, balance lona time
at 8 per cent; a line rosldonco lot at a bargain, a. E.
GROSS, Room 14, led FiltU-av.
FOR SALK—2!>J VERNON-AV,—new ootagon
front; will take a let iu part payment; will rent.
IBOR SALK—THAT EI.EQ.tNT OIRfIULAR-FRONT
L* residence, No. 66 Oontro-av., near Adama-at.: so and
oxamln-J it. MEAD A QOS. l&jLaSallo-st.
Poll HALE-800 FEET NEAR CENTRAL PA UK,
ijoUtcoq Lxko aud Madiaua-sls,: oaa-fourtb oath,
Unl'inosS, 4, andßyoa>s.
Ilousa and lut near Union Park.
Lois soar Northwestern Jncuni'itlvo works.
Ifi. U. OASTI.K A SON,
Room 3 Methodist OnuroU Block.
TPOU SALE-AT A BARGAIN, LOT 100x200 FEET ON
X’ nunhwßßt oorn'ir Ashlaml-av. and Jackjon-»i, In.
quire at 135 Homn Ulark»at., in bank.
For salk-a nice cotTage, six rooms'
closoti and water: lntS.jx}'Js; a bargain If you have
money. Inquire at 1177 Jackson-at.
TP OR SALK—AT A GREAT BARGAIN, 100 FEET
X' on Calumct-av., bolwoon Thirty-fourth and Thirty
fiflh-stM woU front. 480 per fool, lubjoot to taxes of
1874: 5i,8.50 enhb tmd $5,160 In June, 1878. This U 44*1 a
front foot lomi than Its oa«h ralno. Inquire of J. IIENRV
A JACOB WEIL, 144 and 148 Dcarborn-st.
fpoil RALE-OR EXCHANGE—NOW IS TIIRTIME
A' —A lot with two-story cottage containing 11 room* for
other city propeny; private nowor and water In house.
Innulro on prumisoi. 137 Noblo-st., between Chlcago-av.
ami bccoml-sl.
SALK—BUILDERS, ATTENTION!—WE HAVE
A' Sil foot cast Iron' on Woml-at., at a bargain, corner
of Cuiijro*?, a tpli'iulid place for a brick block. Mil.-
LARD <k DECKER, Room 5, 107 LaSollo-st.
FOR SALE-AT A'DAROAIN-139 FEET ON SHKR
man-xl.. bntwO’->o Harrison and Polk. Apply to
owner. No. 138 Shcrmim-»t.
SUBURBAN REAL ESTATE,
For salr-sioo will buy a lot at park
Ridge, sl6 down and $5 a mon'h until paid; one
block from rlopot: oroporly shown tioo. Choanost urou
orty in market. IRA BROWN, 142 LxSallo-at., Room 4.
COUNTRY REAL ESTATE.
For sale-and to exciiange
-6 farms in lowa and Illinois.
Fruit farm hi Michigan.
3 houses ami lota at llownar’s Grove.
Sin acres land in lowa and manor far stock of goods.
81U.0U0 stock of dry goods and bouts and shoos for city
rvitl estate.
2,f0il acres land in lowa for sale at $3.60 nor acre.
Apply to E. 11. O.vrtl'l.E ArtuNS.
Room H, Molhndlst Ouurcti Block.
l?OR BALK-OR EXoTI ANGE-lJd AURICS OF
1- good land within 1 mile of railroad station in Missouri;
ahotwo notes for $3*S caoh, quo July 1. 1875 and 1878.
•» 111 ozohauuo for residence, unimproved suburban lute,
or moruhamma. Address O 31, Tribune cities.
TPOR SALE-VALUABLE PINK LANDS—I OFFER
X 1 a quantity of plno lands siluatodiu tho Countios of
Oconto, Wh„ ami Marquette Uuunty, Midi., compris
ing In all about 13.00U acres. The thnhor now standing
Uioroon has boon esilmatnd at over 15U,300,003 feet. For
particulars apply to JOHN J. MACDONALD, Trustee
of Dmlgo A Co.. 3 Namu-st., Now York City.
T7RDU BAUS-M7 ACRES EXCELLENT GRAZING
X' land lu Nuriboru Indiana, 80 miles from Chicago;
throe railroads wlctiin 6mhos. Address O. E. TUOUNE,
boima,_olurk Co., O. '
TJIOU SALE—tmOIUE IMPROVED FARMS NEAR
X 1 Chicago. Also soma oholoo land aultabiu for subdi
vision. U. U. WHIPPLE, 13.1 South Cliirk-st.
TO EXCHANGE^
f WANT A LITTLE CASH AND BALANCE OUT-
L Blilo nroporly, lu eichaugo for framn house of 17
rooms, wall located on leased ground. B. IT. HEAD, 38
Washiiigton-st,
Merchandise or every description can
bo uzcbaugnd fur money at tbo auction bonso of
WILLIAM A. BUTTERS A CO., 103 East MaJliuu-st,
rpo 12X011ANQ E—W FT. MICHIGAN-AV.. NBA it
X i'lmy-second-sl., oi|iilty Ji'Q.tOOt can inako n fair trade,
with a parly wishing a residence lot. S. E. GROSS, Uuum
1-1. lets l lfm-ar.
T WILL EXCHANGE IOWA ANDj MISSOURI
X land, In iruoU of not less than £0 or more than
010 norui lying together, for a good collage or a mnall
hotel iu Chicago. ora stock of groceries. I moan husl.
Heal. Address Kuom 7 Urovoort House, until Monday
uoit.
rpo EXCHANGE—MORTGAGE NOTES OF $7,000
X oud iD,-B(J! well loourcd <m real estate; and good
city rfftl estate hmiravod fur stucks uf any kind of mor
clmmilso or furniture. ROCKWELL, WILLIAMS &
UU.. 101 nmi a iti Bast Mftilli'in-st.
AGDNTS WANTED.
AGENTS WANTED—SIO PER DAY—TO SELL THE
Huiuo shut lo sewing maulline. inlco£le. Rtiadorll
you can make money nulling itio “Hnmo Shuttle"
whether you arc experienced in ilio business or nut. If
you wish to buy a sewing machine tar family use, our cir
culars will slmwymi how to sate money, Address JOHN*
HUN. OLA UK >t UP., Chicago. HI. 9
AGENTS WANTEU-SPEOIAL INDUCEMENTS—
J\ Wo want adrst-class agent In every county In thoUnltod
Matos, to soil (ho world-renowned Wilson shuttle Sowing
Machines, and the Wilson manufacturing machine*, to
whom wo uro iirot>ared to oiler extraordinary induco
nmnts. lor full imrlloulars, apply to, nr address. WIL*
SUN SISWI.NU.iIAUIIINE COMPANY, 107 Kutosl.?
Chicago.
A GENTS WANTED—SEE HKHE-$5 TO «ll) A
A cloy; tollable ami fait lulling articles: Htoaily work
fur nil. Cal) at U. S. Agents 1 Eaooango, Urj East Madl-
Huii»Bf.. third liner.
rok saLi*.
*I?OU BALE—COUNTER, 101-UOX, STOVE, AND
X* tixtur.’iuf u imoll saloon, with license, cheap. Ilk)
DoKovvn.bt.
Foil HALK-M WINECASKH, KUITADLI9 FOR
moat packing, at J. EVERTS*,.BI West Randolph-st.
FOR HALE—HID YOUR MOUSES OF THE LOATH*
mum cockroach while (hey Infest your warm rouiiia,
by using Unkloy's Cockroach ExUitmlnalm*, warranted,
Contrucli taken. Call tm or address ARTHUR OAK*
LEV, tSUStata.st.
IpOlC KALE—A COMPLI2TH FILE OF OHOAHO
I* Trlbnno for U months, omiiug Juuu UO, lb7t. Address
XXX, Trlbnno oltloo.
BOOKS.
CLARK'S COMMENTARIES, 4 VOLS.j OLD TEST,
mom, $B; Poul'u Annotations, 3 veil., SH; Scott's
111 l I '' CUAPLN DUOS., !1U oud
WANTED—MADE HEED.
\\T ANTUD—A DHUU OI.KIIK PAMIMAU WITH
* * Unrmaa i singlo man ami Rood ronoinmomlii
tlona. Please address K 03, Trlutmo ollloc, statins Hilary
ami roforanaoi.
WANTED— AN ASSISTANT OASUIRR WHO IS
ftmlllrr with money, anil who onn > tin* tho best of
city references.Apply to proprietor of Ilrrroort Home.
VI boot ft ml shoe itnro. lanulre at Ifltl South Clark* 1 *!.
Trades.
TITANTED —AN EXPICUtENORn, PRACTICAL
» » tnillor, well recommended, to lake charge of anil nu
Ituemt hi a now oußtum flouring mill la lowa, Address
XlO, Trlluinoolllao.
W* ANTKD—OARRIAOK WOOD-WORKMAN. IN
qnlro Odd who uudsralamii outtars
proiorrod. HATHAWAY'S.
\\TANTIiD-A MAN. WHO CAN OOMB W151.h
.... roonimnnnrtml, to out moat In » rotnl) marital; nono
RJ?! 1 "t'l'lythtKJoc* not. (ully undariunfi tho busloass.
y 4 ll, for tti o i Jnyi, At No. B Vlnoonnoi-ar.
\V anticd-miooiTm^an~to AiobhTmunvooD
- '. Apply ocrjior Lincoln And Klnzle.
\v ANTk'u-TWO GOOD iUON-W67I!CHUB fo
do.^.i^ihSav.'. 0 ;: “ M “ KNIu,tT *
01IEAP I,AN - AT No '“
W A ?jJ- I ?r® If “ I ST.OLAS3 TINNERS, TU OO TO
HarbaMbonV L Apt ’ ly at ADEN'S Troraont Homo
W A !u« D lTiV 0 4 W . AaoN M' KISiUS FOR A FEW
Apply io A. A. AHUOTT A 00., corner
mooli and Scbor-sl*., opposlloUU South Canal.
Mlnnollnnonnn*
wantrd-,vxm first-class laijoring men
> V to load and unload vosanU; also, Link) sailor mon to
WANTED— AN AGENT TO fiRLITaPTOIAITffRa
In seasonable dr/ goods for cash, to city retailers
Appljat 787 West Mamsou-st., and 8 p, m.
\V AN TED-A” Y 0u N 0 MAN rbROKFIOIe'WduiT
« T rmoaorjiialnlod with subscription book budneasn.-o
forrod. Must bo a good penman. Address, giving iko.
rolorcnoos, and whore lasi omplojcd, G 87, Tribune of
Hoc.
WANTBD-A FEW MEN OF GOOD ADDRESS FOR
the Lathullo department of Virtue A Ynoston’s
publications, salary or commission. Apply at bratioli
, aWPA&?i , iS 0 5. Att J ? u . rna, ‘ 175 South ClarlMt. PETER
MOONEY, General Agent.
WANTED— M MORK~nbOD ACTIVE MEN AND
women to Introduce our Christmas bonks. Wo bavo
me finest list osor issued, and wo nro offering acmts
A ' l(lroB » °f call on W. J. HOL
LAND A 00., 6i J Lako-st.
IyAN-TED-AmiYTODO”ERRANDS AND MAKE
'1 ■ lilmn-df useful about- th-«»«»-«. rap
WANTED—PEMALE HELP.
Dnmontios.
\\rANTKD-A. STRONG CAPABLE GIRL TO DO
M general work lu & lainily of four. 47fl Vurnou-av,
\VAtivm -AT 231 PARKTaV., A STRICTLY
• f tinl-olasi cook and laundress; no other need apply:
Scandinavian preferred
WANTED— A GOOD COOK, WASHER, AND
tamer: German, .Swede, or Scandinavian preferred;
bring roforoncos. Apply at 469 West Uaadolph-st.
VV anted—a good dim, to do general
hmiiownrk In a small family; muttbo a good cook;
Gorman or Swede preferred. Apply at da Wabash-av.
\\T ANTED—HV A SMALL PRIVATE FAMILY, A
M competent Gorman or Hnedo girl f<* cook, Hash,nnd
iron; must canto well recommended. Call to-day at 111
Wnud-st., between Monroe and Adams,
WANTED A GOOD WOMAN (AMERICAN)
cook; one of experience. Call at Ba. m. Co-day, at
i:w xako-at., ditdng-reinns.
W"" ANTED-3 GOOD GIRLS, ONE FOR SECOND
work and nailing ou table, one fur kUohomrork. 113
North o,ark-it.
\\T ANTED—A GIRL THAT UNDERSTANDS COOK
TT log, for second cook, at 167 Fast Madlsou-st.
V\f ANTED—WILL PAY dt PRIUVijKK TO' A GOOD
•" German or Swede girl to do general housework. An
ply at 41-1 Mabaab-nv.
K«r«on.
\y ANTED-WET NURSE TO RESIDE IN THE CITY
, ' with private family. Address, giving name and ad
dross. L <O. Tribune nlhco.
TO RENT—HOUSES.
RENT—FOUR NEW 8-STORY AND 11ASEMKNT
X bilck dwellings earner North Slate and Illtnols-ats.,
460 per month; also one brick dwelling, 268 IlllmiU-it.
Inqulra at Room 43 Exchange Uuildlng.
rpq RENT NEW FOURTEEN-ROOM BRICK;
1 furnace, all modern Improvements. Call at No. 3
TwetttU-st.
TO RENT—ROOMS.
rPORENT-UNTIL.MAY 1, 18TB. SECOND FLOOR
X of No. -Jl West Madlion-at., r l Inmpson’a Block. In
quire at olhcoef Mutual Llfo Insurance Co.. 48 South
Ulark-at.
rpO 11ENT-1,t6 AND 167 EAST WASIIINGTON-HT.-
X Elegantly turnished rooms, aingle or on suite, cheap,
luqulru at Room 11*.
M O RENT-TWO FURNISHED" ROOMS, WITH
X or without hoard, at No. 18 Ruokor-st.
r\'o RENT—FIVE ROOMS FOR LIGHT lIOUSE-
X. kooplng, ou Twonty.»aound-*t., near Waba*h-av.
Rent lew. HKNRYWOOP. Room 3. 123 Dcarborn-st.
riAO RENT-TWO PLEASANT FRONT ROOMS.
X with or without furniture, on Outarlo-st., near North
Dearborn, Fur particulars addrors A 1 a, Tribune otlico.
rpO RENT-TWO SUITS OP
X rooms in the marble-front building on tho southeast
corner uf Wabush-uv. and Van Ruron-sl,, 232; nupicoi)-
dimal roforoQCos touulrod; no objection to neat house
keeping.
'PO RENT—ROOMS--SUITABLE FOR LIGHT MAN-
X ufaotnrlng purpose* ana llfclit housekeeping. Very
cheap, with Mcam-Uoaditg und use of ole valor; at 77 anil
7U South Clark-st., Ruum No. 1, third Hour, roar build*
bid.
r pQ RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS. AT HONORIS
X blnok, heated by st-am. Apply at Room 29.
TO RENT—STORES. OFHC2S. &o
fpO RENTVMARBLK-FRONT STORE'wi WEST
X Madlaim-at., Bullahlo /or a tlrst-class boot and shoo or
dry goods stqru. A. GOODRICH, 121 Dcarborn-at.
,0/Qoos.
HR) RF.NT - DESK-UOOM. ROOM 37 MAJOR
J. Block, corner Maolion and LaSalle-sls.; hoatodby
steam; oloraior; MU per month.
WANTED—TO RENT.
\V ANTED-TO RRNT-BY A YOUNG MAN. A
>f single room In a private family, cast of State and
below Twclfth-st. Stale terms, which must bo mod
erate. 1105, Tribune udloe.
VVANTED—TO*'RENT-THREE OR FOUR FUR
vI nlahed rooms for light housekeeping. Must bo well
furnished and pleasantly located on West or South Hide.
Address, giving description and terms, tMI, Tribune
omco.
HORSES AND CARRIAGES.
AUCTION-WESTON A CO.. 1W EAST WASHING.
Urn-al., have sales of horses, carriages, and abdgha
every Tuesday and Friday at 1U a. m. Parties wishing
cither to purchase or dispose of such stock should attend
those sales as great bargains are certain.
pi ON NELLY HAS JUST FINISHED ANOBBY LOT
Vy of $lO cutter*. Do not purchase until yon have seen
them. At 175 West Adams-st.
For sale-tiTrrr untrimmed two-seat
cutters; price $ it). At 20J East Laku-at.
For salk-a' very fast pacing horse, b
years oid; is a littlo sore In front foot, otherwise
bound. Cheap. Inquire of FREEMAN, depot north
west corner Union and Carroll-sts,
f?OR SALR-A FEW FINK SWELL-BODY AND
X 1 Portlaud cutters at low prlco*. 27 and 29 South
UUntou-at., near Washington. H. B. HILL.
T?OR SALK - HANDSOME EASTERN STYLE
1' siiuaro.tup wtgun-aarringu, goiring In perfect order,
oast for i2i>; splendid advortUomout fur grocer,
Andros* B 39, Tribune oihce.
H’OBSB CUPPERS—STANLEY A OOTTON. THE
oldest clippers in tho city. Clipping rooms. 163 and
166 Mloblnan-av., Oscar Fields’ stabtos, and U7U and 379
West Madliuu-al,, Cuolro-av. stnblui.
TTOHSKB WINTERED AT MY FARM, MORGAN
XX Park; superior basomout stable: ground Hour;good
caro and iced. O. 11. BECKWII'H,IIMimroo-st.
Houses winterkd~lTest oTotables, "on
box-stalls, with paddocks. Good buy nud grain at
lowoal prices. Distance only 18 miles from Chicago. Ad
dress A. VEDDEII, Deerfield, laiko Co., 111. Rofcr to
HEATH A MILLIGAN, ITU Randolph-st., city.
SLEIGHS! SLEIGHS I —FINEST DOUBLE AND
__*lnglo Portlands at HATHAWAY'S. Oil Wabath av.
SLEIGHS— AT n.r'WEST RANDOLPH-ST. s NEW
and socuud baud buggies for sale, cheap. ROBERT
HIIAW.
WANTUD-A TWO-SKA-THD, UPHOLSTERED
sleigh; must bo cheap. Room 6, 7(1 LaHallo-st.
Wanted-good quite rToi1 hap for oasliT
also wolf-rube. FOOTiC, liD Washlngton-st.,
Room lit.
MISCELLANEOUS.
AUOTION-AT 113 MILW AUKI?It• AVTHIS DAY,
map. m., (Till ho sold four billiard-tables and (lx
turos, largo stuck of lliiuurs, boor. ttxturoH, uto.: also,
llxturoi 01 Aurora Hall. ROUKWELL, WILLIaMH A
GO., AUDtiouoor*.
AVKUYUiaii AND ELEGANT MINK MUFF AND
boa, lineal quality, rich dark color, such as arc re
tailed st tLO, tor talu at S4O. RoaldonooMa Mlchl«aa-av.
A $75 URAND NEW AND HANDHOMK MINK BBT
Jx. for Halo for sa&; (rarrouic<l perfect; alto a line seal
mt, cheap. Residence Sift .Mlohigau-av.
A DVERTISKUS WHO DESIRE TO RKAOH COUN-
Jx try rcadoracan do sola tbo host, and cheapest man*
nor by using one or mure sections nt Kellogg's Great Nows,
paper Lists. Apply to A. N. KELLOGG, 7K Jackson-st.
miscellaneous goods of all kinds by sending to
JONAH (JKl.UlilFn Ivoaa Odico. fiVd Htato-st.
TLL GOOD O ABT~6 FF UI jOT I UNO W If.!, RR
iV bought at tho highest price by JONAH A. URIELS.
MA, bifiSouth Glark-st. Nutioo by mail promptly attend
cd to.
/USII PAID FOR Obi) NEWSPAPERS, HOOKS,
IJ jmmpbleiß, rags, mntals, bmtloi, *O., nt PETTI
HONG’S, Wi. and kJOFiIiU av, Slock called fur in
any part uf the oily, free.
pMKIWON'H OWP AND FILE, >OirOFFIOin»X
ill purs, und i'.marson’s Hinder (or music and all peri
odicals, the former fur buslnuss-nißn amt the latter tor
ovcnbmly. Guld-luttorlmr, eyeleting, old., neatly donu.
JNO.Jt. ILUUIETT A GO., Hookblndura, ROHtnto-at.
GViIAND ‘OI'FNT.NO OF MIGUEL A MOLLKII'H
r sakon, No. 17 ftlloliigan-ar., to-day. A splendid
lunch will bossrrod.
flViril PUHLUI IH'IIIiRFHY INFORMED THATTHE
X tints tf Mlkkclsou * Flint have, uu tbo4th day of
Normnbor, 18/1, dhsolvcd partnorsblp.
tNI ft ■'VILIV HUY A HRAND NKW AND HAND
•PXw sumusnt sool, lyiu, nr mlnkmnfl ami boa, siiuu
ns aro tuiallo.S from S2O to S4O; warraiuod now ond pot
feet. Ro»|ilonoo M.’i Aliohlgau-av.
SEWING MACHINES.
A BPLIiNUID HINGICR FAMILY HUWINO-MA-
J\. ualnu, nuw and porieut, handsumu ouvor, loaf, and
drawers; coitftlK), fur sale ai ®ls. M> Mlcblgan-av.
SINfllJIt " SIiWINCr MAOHINK-PTUNCHPAL OF
lioa 111 Stato-st, Machines sold on monthly paymouts;
U) per cout discount fur cash,
OINOKU OFFIOIC bF A. J. MBLOHKUT. UIB HOUTII
O llalsiod-it., city agent. Maohluea sold uu monthly
payments, rented, mid tupolrod.
SITUATIONS WANTED—MADE.
M^rollminonn.
CITUATTON WANTED—COPYING TO DO BY A
U yiniiirrmauof oaiHirloncos also to rllroot Piitolonoa
™ IjV) or I.OOt/. Address ,J. W.IIOVV.
»Lli, I'lftll.ftT. Hotel.
8 1 mAn AT JJ{ N^rwA^”- I,Y . A ]»«PKdTAiiue
nlini?! 4 !! | RUII Wl, ?l Wlffl IU Atltl til AO Is USOflll
?l* n . l J- t .alioiiso. Address f> 80, Trltnmo ullice.
SmiATIONSWANTED—FEMALE
IJ0TO0«ti0S»
OITUATION WANTED—BY A RESPEOT\nr.H
np l« r i«r n rin Roncrftl housework In a mull family,
S 1^«fl?«lidlMn A |M TK, |“ I,V . A OIIUj T0 CO,)K: *
'* ,r0 A n ' * Pri»»u, tt hm. w . nr recnnd work.
Host cftU ut H57 fioulli Morg«u.«t.
SITUA'I ION WANTHD-HY A vmtirif aijimS
racjiiova', 1 ot ,n • >«.iiiri n , t. LB A A d ll a-s
gITUATION. WANTKn
a'WEs'jfisr;." l '- b » -.bmmsk
oonknr waltoQ tablo la a boanllug.houio (Jnll at Ml
niaio.il.
Sonmntrrssop.
QITUATION WANTKD-nv A YOUNO PERSON
nt tril indlanVav ° ,OwlUB ® Qcl lccon(i work * i’Jeno call
Employment Aironts.
QITUATIONR WANTED—FAMILIES IN WANT OP
Minoolianoon<i<
WANTIJD-nv A YOUNO LADY WHO
t’INANCAAJL.
(~}ABU PAID Foil CITY ORRTIFIOATEB AND
KUOENE °* Luwu * B»u..
/SoMMj'.RCIAL AND MORTGAGE PAPER
a.twS'h t ln “,“ t ll .;?A!- JiUOBNIs U,MU4n “°- «
Tj^if.Vi«»^^Pi, BMAL l* AMOUjfPM ON HOUSES
iSftJS'S’I''"’ 1 ''"’ “• v - BALUWI!f -
°V COLLATERAL BKOURI
■*; . f ,os « "mall amounts, shnrUimo. and reason .blit rat/i
M. WAlTE.lMDourbor}"st.
■jVTONEY TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS, WATCHES.
JU bonds, oto., at LAUNDKIPK private olllco, 120 Ran
dolpji-H.. near Clark. Established 18M. '
T 9 r;6 ' AN ON ciIIOAOO REAIi
O f!ull j",!g7 1,rln ‘“ m ° r '« l '8° P-.Par. L. (JUllliy.
M°nJ' : n T° CHICAGO REAL ESTATE.
kmTwPiWI,»“«"•.IP Illinois, near Chicago. UliO. w!
m!on VOOiIU * Cilice upon in fore*
M°m E T. T( **A)AN on improved farms in
litlllTlag!*" 0 '* “• K - I‘«*«SUNS. «™n U
YfONKV TO LOAN ON GOOD COLLATERALS AT
EMSC'S Sbffl is kowlkyl
HHJ LOAN—WI| DESIRE ROMU GOOD APPLIOA.
A, l*' 1 inuMo properly. Funds In hank,and can cle«
USaflu'-at 1 41uuuutB 10 BU,t * H. OSUUUN A SUN, Id
T9 LOAN-MONEY, FOR a TERM OF YEARS,
x upon Improved city property, at current rates. First*
u^v P n* rc »y ns ?'. mo i ,e7,norl l*' ü BO* wanted. J. D. lIAIL
VJtiL US Wnsblngton-it.
\V ANTED—TIIRKK MEN IN A NBWsFaPKD
» » oßlcos none need apply unless they are able nnd
willing to purohsso nvoaliaioi of stock at 4bX) per share.
V 1!! Room 23, 131LaSnllo-st., between U and 12.
VA/’ ANTED-sf,2iK) A'ND $1,600 ON SOUTIf*ENGLE«
si if ,VP r Mi . p J° l ': J . rfj worth four times tho amount, B. F.
HEAD, tid_\Vaehlnglcm-it.
Cll A To 81.MO INVESTED IN STOCKS AND GOLD
M,,v«nt.MW?, , ’^.l’ o r ooUt 41 ntonih. Sunn for particulars
TU.MUUluaiv A CO., Hankers, 2 Wall-st.. Now York.
Cl| r.(]f) TO LOAN—FOR TIIUEK~YEAIIBi A 1
-A?itJamnia real oitato aoourlty.
lUIt.NKR A MAUMt.JiQjAasnington-st.
Cfi 0 non FIRST aVouro agiTw antedsMUSl
iV4>,? AI. Principals preferred. Address
11 32, Trlliunoolhco.
&QO Onn ’po loan to principals on cook
IvA, 1 ,»;,V,V, , Liiu nty real c*tato and collatorali. A.
GOODRICH, 131 Duarborn-st., Kooml.
QtW) Ofln TP LOAn LONG TIME O.'t
V';';„clty real estate, In sums of 43,000 to
46.100. LOOK.WOOD a BaCO.'I, Room 13. Ot Wash.
Ingloiist.
LOST AND FOUND.
T OST-ON JIADISON-ST. OAR. ONVniDAY, A
l-l ..sold medal. N. U. 1), on It, and a gentleman's naroa
on tho back. Receive reward, and return to 623 filich
lgao-av.
T OST-A GRAY AND BROWN SETTER DOG WITH
•1-2 spaniel blood; $lO reward will bo paid for ids re
turn to Rt2B Wahaßli-av., cr Room 5 Ukotlde Rulldlng.
T OST—BETWEEN VAN BUREN ANDTWELFI’II
XJ sts., on Clark, a small pnckot-liook containing a sum
of money, with receipts on a Canadian Dank, whicu It uf
nn value In any one, as payment is stopped. Tho Under
will ha rewarded by leaving tho same with R. UcDON*
ALP, 45 Thlrd-av.
Lost-on north clark-st., a large new
louudland dog: Under will bo liberally rewarded at tho
cotico-linuso, 124 Doarborn-st., near Madison.
Lost-on the stth inst., between i and
9 o'clock, In a Cottage Orovav. cor, & lynx mull. Tho
lindor will receive ft suitable rowanl by returning tho
tamo to No. 2d ludlsna-av., between Twelfth and X'hir
tomitli-Btß.
T OST-«10 REWARD WILL RE PAID FOR TUB
XJ return of two package* to 231 Stalo-at., second lloor;
uno bad two littlo overcoat*, ono dozen napkins; and two
clan disbos In tho other. l*ost between State and Hoyno
»la. on Wcdncgday evening.
GTRAYKD-FROM NO. 15 WEST CIHOAGO-AV.,
k} about-11>. m., a dark dappled-gray niaro, 6 years old,
with swelling under throat and saddle marks; about 16.Hi
hands high. A liberal reward paid tor return lo Dwight's
Hvory stable, H5 and H7 South Samramon-sL. or ts
JOHN STEARNS, if. West Chlcago-av! ’
STRAYED— FROM STABLE, 77 EAST SIXTEENTH
at., bay horse, 15 hands high, with blanket on.
finder will bo suitably rewarded by informing 0. M,
bIiAKK.
GTRAYED—BETWEEN 10 AND 12 O'CLOCK YES-
O tcnlav morning, from 309 Stalo-at., a black roare,
rears old, 13 bands high, and weighs between 1,100 am!
1.2‘J0 pounds. A liberal reward will bo given on return of
Bsrnc. or for lafomalloD loading to recovery. FRED
11 r.RO ETh.li.
REWARD-IP RETURNED TO itOOMS 13 OR
V»J 8. of papers and two valises (valuable only to owner!
taken from Room l-'L In proportion for valises and con
tents, and no questions asked.
610 RisWARU-FOR ABSTRACT, LOST LAST
viU evening on Madhon-st. cars. Return to the otlicu
of J. T. MATTHEWS A CO.. 187 Washlngton-st.
BUSINESS CHANCES.
A GOOD GASH-PAVING BUSINESS. SUITABLE
for lady or gentleman, now store, valuable leant, ami
two mums in rear. An opportunity seldom offered.
BROWN A RANDALL, 168 LaSalle-el., Ruum 7.
A NO. 1 COUNKR SALOON, WITH THREE BlLL
lard tables, stock and fixtures, and everything com
plete, for tale; owner has other bodiless to attend to;
drat man first chance; no brokers need apply. Inquire at
85 (Jhlcngo av.
/"GROCERIES, FIXTURES, HORSE, AND WAGON
\JT forsalo; best lucatlon on West Randolph-*!,; a bar
gain. Please call at A. E. V 005.,131 Won liandolph-tib.
RAnE~oTIXNCIi— FOR SALE—TIIF* ST. OTIAULES
Hotel; big bargain; the lease and lurulturo must bo
sold this month ns 1 am going out of the hotel business.
Apply lo PHILIP CONLEY, proprietor.
Read this-a rare change for any per
eon who desire* to go into the paper-hex maniiiao*
taring business In Dot toil, Mich., having a good and per
manent city and country trade already secured, and
which, with amavonablu amount of capital and effort,
may bo largely Inorenaed. Will sell out. or talma part
ner, or rent the machinery and good-will of tho buslues*
to a competent mid reliable paper-box maker. Write or
apply to COLIN CAMPBELL, otlicu Mullatt Block, Du
troll, Mich.
a 10 A MACHINIST, OR ANY ONI! WILLING TO
. operate tight macnlnory, who has J2.WHJ lo invest, oc
securities for that amount, n ono-lhird interest and wages
will bo given in n safe and prolitablu buJucas. Addruss
I 1 11. Tribune ethos.
rjIHE PROPRIETORS OF A SUPERIOR, 1(00-
X nmnlcat. spired horse food require ft manager of a
branch depot in Chicago, and to appoint and superintend
sub-agents. Tho parly appointed will bo rcmiovtod to ad
vance on consignments. Address Post-OlUce Box 9H,
Boston, Mass,
WANTED -A YOUNG MAN WITH KOMIS
knowledge of business, aadi&fl in cash, to imnm.
dlntolyjoln a practical man lu au nttico busineis (now)
Hint Hill pay 600 tier cunt a month. To a reasonable party
who is not afraid to venture, a good lifetime business U
guaranteed. Address II Ift, Tribune office.
MUSICAL.
A RARGAIN - A SUPERIOR ROSEWOOD 7-
Jx octavo pianoforte, full iron frame. overstrung bass,
round corners. and carved legs, original cost gtau, for
tala, with stool and covor. lor giM.I>IR Mlchlgan-av.
T7IIRBT-OLARS TUNING AND liISPAIIUNG AT
X' llio Organ Factory, £1 lust ludlana-st,
pIANUS FOR SALK AND TO Rii NT. RKIMI RING
X and tuning at Urn Chicago Plano Factory, Sid South
btato-sl.. by j. PRESTON,
Story"* gamp, wholesale dealers in
pianos and organs; will retail instruments during tbo
holidays at whulusulo prices. Now is your timu to secure
a famous Decker, llrudbury, or blory * Gamp Piauu, or
Estry Organ. ,
Alto a largo stock of second-hand Instruments ranging
from s2fi upwards. Wo suit on installments, * l *
lowing rent to go toward purchase, if desired. kll olato
st., -
BOARDING AND LODGING*
South Side.
nIiLDRIDOF-COUIIT.. NEAR WAHASII-AV.-*
Good board for ladles or gentlemen, from $4 W $5
Xmr week, with use of piano. Day-board, lit.
North Kltln.
*1 Qrr MIOHIOAN-ST. - HOARDRRS WANTED;
JO I they can bo accommodated with pleasant room*
audgood board; also accommodation* for day-boarders.
IlntOlß.
NRVADA HOTEL, WAUASH-AV., HETWKEN
MadlVmi end Moiiroo-sts.-Fxoullent board, $7 par
week and upward jflov
HOUSEHOLD GOODS.
11 , UUIO wulmit parlor sulta lu plusb, terry, and hair
cloth. Residence,
IjVOR BALK—ONE PARLOR SUIT, WITH ALL
■ necessary household goods. IftOKuporlor-si.
tVvOU 11A VKH 6 USE HOLD FU RNTjUUI'J OR ANY
I Kind of momhandiso to sell, send to W.M. A. HUT-
TfCHH * GO., liKllvastaiadlsun-st.
i'f'Viju wisii to huy uoukiciioli) ruuNiTuniic
1 orany kimi <'f merchandise, aitumltlm rugular sales
ufW.M. A. IIUTI'KUrt A GO.,every Wodn'.’.usy undHat
urdar, ftl lUS Fast Madi<mi-Bt.
PARTNERS WANTED.
IDAUTNERS WANTED—THRKit JIKN IN A NKWB
- paper utboo. Nunc need apply uulois they are able
and willing to purchase lljo shares of stock ki SIOO per
gh&ro. Call At iloomua, 151 Lahule-ak. betwaou k <md A|u
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