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Irt Off that place, and all tha way down to Dunkirk
lbct« ara largo open apace* of water. He ttilnka a pro*
Edlar emild work through, Hastate* that tha prop
;,rckbe*d, bound for Erie, wu caught and detained
In tha tee fir* day*. Rha got back to Cleveland out of
ru „l and provision* The following Oaptalna
bara made their appearance here within a few days to
prepare their vessels for the opening t William Walera,
W achr dan Diego; John Hhaw, nf *chr Jour*
peymsn; Capt. Reed, of achr Haiti# Howard ;C.
If, Lane, of barge Judd k Jpnatj (Japt, Murdock, of
barge llclfenatcin; find Cap!, Fouler, of schooner Ho
mer, Cent. Fuller la instructed to load with coal for
Tbleago, If ho can get $1 per (on, otherwise run for the
lumber region* for a cargo of lumber for Chicago
All dar Monday thn iec petard down the river In Urge
niiantlllM. flome field* reached half Way acraea lbs
itresm. and were at lend an aero In alze, The Ira gen*
iiiiljr bore llte api'carance of being Tory uorana,l>ut
H was donbllraa much harder than It looked, ea It
ruing together with tenacity, Tueeday morning very
jjtllo passed down.
BHIK, PA,
/fpttfml CorrftpfituUnra nf Tht HAean TW&une,
Erie, l’a., April 11.—The achr Marco Polo ha* taken
luthcr clearance for Haudueky,.,.Mr. James B, Wil
lard, our able and efficient Collector, will establish a
reading-room for the uie of Caplalus, tailors, and otb
rra, in Iho Custom-House at this ;*ort. All tho leading
nnrlne centres will be represented. Tub TninuHt rep
resenting Chicago....Tha prop Prod Kelley and the
lehr M. It. Warren hxva decided not to leave port tin
dl after the Ist of May....Tho prop Alpena, graln
ttden from Toledo, got stuck In Ih* heavy ice Just off
Ihe Lighthouse, end could not get out I 111 the sailor*
bad got off and cut her out on one aide, when alio
backed up, aud with a full head of aioam on tha vessel
lot safely through. Tho Alponn brought a* pari of her
rargo ‘,OO hrla of flour. This Is tho first consignment
if flour to thle port from Toledo In a uumlier of years,
I ho Alpena leave* again for Toledo this evening....
Thn prop Cormorant and her tow, the achr Cbarlre
IS'ull. came Into ]>ort safely yesterday afternoon. These
ftfscls got faet eturk In the Ire off the Peninsula, and
for twenty-four hours they moved but little, aud it waa
found necessary to cut a passage for the propeller,
nUich the sailor* with considerable risk did. As tha
pate forcibly but not clrgmtly remarked: “ When we
sot In the leo once, wo stuck like danmntloo.’’...,TLo
mammoth prop I’cratan left for Toledo yesterday
porulng, whero she cxprrle to load nnotber cargo of
torn for till* port.,..Tho prop Dlrckhcad and her low,
Uie srhr A. Uebhardt, arrived In port this morning.
The llirckhuad and tha Uebhardt gut fast in the Ice off
Sirard {within sight of this port, the distance bring
inly about Ift mllea) Thursday night, about midnight,
ind, though the propeller made Sucnoctual attempts to
mien** herself, she could not, a* her tow. Incumbered
|cr. During Saturday night (ho Ice loosened, and
Sunday morning the lllrckhcad got loose. Being abort
if fuel, the Captain determined In go to Cleveland for
i supply, leaving the tow In the Ice. Ho returned In
the evening, anil met tho I’cndau plowing her way to
Toledo. Tiie tow was secured, and the veaeels came
lafely through.
MISCELLANEOUS.
NAVIGATION ITEMS.
Tho Ice upon tbo oast shore of Lake Huron la very
Iztcndcd end (hick. An cast wind would pretty ef
fectually close navigation along the west shore,.,»A
llspatcb from Cheboygan says (he lee In the straits Is
Kill solid and unchanged. The strolls, it Is believed,
vlll not open before the CUi or 10th of May.... At Han
lock there la better crossing on tbe Ice now than dur
kig (ho winter.... A dispatch from Bault Ste Marie
dates that tbe Ice baa disappeared on the Canada side
if the river, but remains firm on this side, so that poo
pie wolk on it to tho water’s edge, whore the ferry
■waits them. The opening lx about SO rods
aide. Tha river wIQ probably bo entirely cleared
it this point lu a week.. .There was no ice to
M seen in tho lake at Port Colborne last Saturday, aud
it Is said to Itaro entirely disappeared from (he shore
it all points above. At Point Abiuo open water could
pe scon for several miles.
SUNDRIES.
It Is now announced that the Welland Canal will be
iponed to navigation May 3....The barge Guiding
Itarof the Grand Trunk Uatlroad Hue, which Is now
jmg la Black Illvor, has been chartered to take salt
Irom Day City to Chicago,... The prop Muslo Is to run
Uils season between I’etosky uud Mackinaw lu connec
tion with tha Grand llapida li Indiana and tha Do-
Irolt, Lousing tz Michigan Railroads. She has ro
lelved u now engine at Detroit....AbbotL Foster k
Titus launched successfully their new schooner, the
Anna M. Foster cl Purl Harwell Izet Saturday.
’XIIE CO OUTS.
Record of manincis Transacted Yes*
tordny,
DIVORCES.
- The lines have not fallen In pleasant places to Mrs.
Scion M. Harless, on account of tbe waywardness of
ier hualund, Isaac A. Harless. This unfortunate la
llrldual U one of those whom the temperance crusade
tolled to reach and turn from (he error of bis ways, to
that he Is still in the habit of getting gloriously mel
low, and (hen going home aud reducing his wife to a
ike soft and flabby condition, by the scientific applic
ation of his flats and feet. A difference of opinion
Klats in the Harless family as to tho bartnlcsmess of
tueb treatment, and iho.wlfs begs the Court to give
Tor tbo benefit of tho doubt, and grant her a divorce.
ITEMS.
Judge Tree will to-day decide motions for new trials
h tbe following casco: Chladck va. Monroe, and
Ichmldt ve. Chicago A Northwestern Hallway Com-
I any. *
Patrick llandrlhan and Joseph Dtuh were tried by
fudge Blodgett for pausing counterfeit money, and
found guilty.
Judge Blodgett has discharged hta Jnry.
UNITED STATES COURTS.
Jacob Frye et al. began a suit for SIO,OOO against Ed.
klnratUsou.
W. A. Porter, Trnelee, filed k bill against Asahcl and
Luclun Pierce and others to foreclose a trust-deed for
P.m&l on Lots 30, 31, and ‘li, Block 59, of the orlfll
lal Town of Chicago.
BurEiuon court in cnirr.
Mores Chapman began a suit fu attachment against
• Fnuenkacbet and E. Rienow to recover (1,6118.
J, W. Gregg fc Co„ for the use of A. A. MuugoP, be
{au a suit for 13,t00 agalnstT, B. Dobbins, (i. H. Dow
»u, and J. 6. Wilcox.
F. XI. Freer commenced a suit by attachment against
UlO Rock Uoven Cement Company to recover $1,123.
cmODIT COURT.
Edward Gavin cumuonced an action In trespass
tgulust Joseph Mann and Daniel Oulhaoo, laying dam*
tgea at |\oo3.
John M. Dnnphy filed a petition against Francis A.
Biddle and others, asking for ti mechanic's lion to the
imoimt of (4,716,31 on tho property of the defendants,
turner of Ashland avenue and Jlarrtsou staeet.
Thu People, for me of Fetor Uplnk, began a suit In
leU against J. 11, Murphy, A. D. Waldron, and Daniel
lulilvau to recover {J.OJO damages.
Moses Shim filed a bill against the Deformed Pres
lyterlau Church and its Trustees to foreclose a trust
toed fur (1,39 d, on Lots 13 sud 10 la 8. F. Gala’s Sub-
Uvioiim of Dlock 13 In Carpenter's Addition,
Orville Fuckham logsu an action against the Obi
pgq, Louisville k Vtuccuucs Railroad Company, claim-
PM (3,000,
Thomas Nicoles and Ephraim Addcma sued Henry
logger for (I.tOO.
.lames Clark brought suit for (J,OOO against G. P.
McKay.
THE COON nr COCBT.
Ou petition of John Dle-deo, County Agent, order
rarrauls end venire, returnable thin morning at 10
t’clock, to try tho nuestiouof tho alleged luuaulty of
Henry Daw, Amelia Nelson, and Auuie Duggan.
In the matter of the estate of James O. Fay, order
to surviving inrtuurs to file Inventory of partnership
if the late nna of James Y. Fay k Co. within thirty
lays.
Busan H. Willard was appointed guardian of Hate B.
Willard c( ah, minors, under an approved bond of
13.800.
In the mailer of the special assessment rolls of the
rillage of Jefferson, order to file objections to the
mufinnatiou of roha Nos. 10,11,13, 11, aud 16 by Bat
inlay morning at 10 o’clock.
Thu statement of the assets and liabilities of the ee
lato of Timothy Mabouoy was approved.
Eliza A. Culver was appointed Administratrix of the
nuto of Warren T. Culver under au approved bend of
*l,O. K).
(.liana Larson waa appointed guardian of Lena Lar-
Km, a minor, under an approved bond of (3,400.
In the matter of the estate of Btlliuieu A. Clements,
probate of mm-cupative will rcfoied, and petition for
etUra Ustomeutary lilsmhmxi.
THS CALL.
Jonas Blooobtt—Passed cose* without a jury.
jodo* uabx—ti, I'Jti, iaa, m, ltd. isl iw, m iot,
*3,189,171, natollM. •
Jddob Bloont—Jtd, 31, 8L 8.1.
JudoiHooebs—99 Co u, id to 85, md tona No,
1,931.
JUDOMINTS.
United Btatei Oiuocrr Codbt—Jddob Blod
iiti-11. W. lliehop, Assignee of the State Insurance
Company v». Henry and Maggie F. Mtlwsrd; decree,
Suremon Codbt—CowrEsatoxa—John 0. McCord
ft. John F. Thompson, f)9d,Ud.—Same re. same,
UOJW
Juoob Boom (acting for Judge Qsry)—Joseph
Pursblug v«. Auguste vtm Hehllebcu, s7o3,—Tbe Com
uerclai Loan Company v*. William Patrick, $1,453.77,
’ CiueoiT Gouni—Juuou liousna—A. S. Xrude va.
B. Oushbert and WUUam Ousbbert, $ WT jm.
D “* Jbee—Uoxanua Bavllu va, W, F. Fowler and
P. F. Buckley; debt, S3OO, and damages, S3OO,
ice In the Atlantic.
. . .Vet* York Tttnei,
fan steamship Nora Beotian, which arrived at
Baltimore on Wednesday, from Liverpool, via
Ualifay, reports that at S a. m. on the 14th of
April, iu latitude 42 deg. 20 win.. longitude 40
log. lOmlo., an immense ice-lield was mot lu
the Atlantic. The steamship skirted Us edge
lor five hours, ami altered her comes to escape
It. From the mast-heads, ae far aa tho eye could
teach with tho aid of glasses, auuubrokeu stretch
if ice was to bo soou extending for maoy miles.
There was lu It many annul icebergs, and a num
ber of vessels, some of them long distances from
the outer edges, and aoemlug to have beeu
laught there a long while before. There were a
ihlp, two Larks, a brig, and other vessels so far
b that they could not bo made out. This ice had
lome down from the Arctic regions, aud the im
prisoned vessels had doubtless come many miles
jvllb it, and will not be liberated until the warm
ir waters of the Ciulf Btream molts them out.
Tho ateamsbip also reports that eight American
Sbiag schooners bad been forced' to seek refuge
Ibe harbor of Halifax, whore they were driven
IU heavy Helds of floating Arctic lee.
WAITING DEVELOPMENTS.
Tho Aldormcu Arc Not Itomly to
JUccomo Martyrs.
Melancholy Oanmu of City Officials—
The Proposed Compromlae.
Address of tho Twentieth Ward Clnb—A
Novel Proposition*
THE SITUATION YESTERDAY.
CITT-UALL CAOCUBEH.
The Injunction which followed *o closely on the bo-
C* election Friday was the ehiof subject of Interval
ound the Olty-llall yesterday, and In one way or
another all (be Aldermen had aomelhlng to eay con
cerning it. Several called upon Commissioner Mark
Sheridan at about noon, with the avowed object of
converting that gentleman (o a belief In the eflleacy of
the Incorporation act. The President of the Police
Board llateued|for quite a long tiiue,ihe imperturbable,
quiet emlle playing round hi* mobile lip* the while,
aud finally treated bis visitor* (o an “ oratorical
entertainment,”— that I* to uy, a selection of reading*
from that portion of the Election law which designate*
Ih* proper punishment of election Judge* who fall to
do their duty. He bad hardly gotten through when
the Atdcrmcu left the room suddenly, and held a Uttto
caucus, the object of which waa to ascertain the exact
amount It would take to get the Judge* of election In
certain wards second-class tickets to Baltimore, or
some other plane to which the rat* of fare hos been re
duced. The terrible suspicion that some of the Judge*
way, when Indicted, turn Btute’* evidence is already
Interfering with the appetites of more than one of tho
City Fathers.
ALD, I’ETB HARR
la etui suffering from much trepidation. He will not
turn a street Corner without Drat peeping around 11,
refuses to *lt down In any room widen ha* not two
doors to It aud at least one of tba windows wide open,
and sees In every dark-boarded man who approaches
the form of an Indignant listing, lie lent word to
that gentleman yesterday that he bad the Item ha gave
to the Journal reporter from one Hlttig, an employe of
the FrtU PrtttK and will not again feul secure until
Air. Hcslng scuds him a written token that that ex
planation la satisfactory.
1 CAUCUS OP ALDERMEN
discussed (he question of what should bo done for the
unfortunate Judges of election whom the CTttzmui* As
sociation propose to prosecute. Tbe Ides of helping
them out of harm's way was broached, but when one
of the Aldermeu Intimated that tho Association,
balked of Us prey, might seek higher game, a panic
fell upon tho caucus, aud they derided to do nothing
further until they had consulted with George Miller, or
Charley O’Malley, or some •other prominent criminal
lawyer.
Borne of the Aldermen are regretting that they fol
lowed tho advice of (he City Attorney and respected
Judge Williams' Injunction, and all day long, save
wheu he was occupied wllh tho “ Committee on Com
promise,” Ur, Jamieson was pestered with,the inqui
ries of Aldermen, who wanted In know Iflt wouldn’t
bo all right to count Ibe vote at tbe special meeting.
That official, however, stuck to his previous opinion,
aud advised the Aldermen to do nothing rash. The
fact ts that many of tbe Aldermen would not object to
becoming Imprisoned martyrs Just fur the sake of no
toriety, forgetting that while there 1s something start
ling In the presence In a Chicago Jail of an editor, the
sight of an Incarcerated Alderman would not bo, by
any mesne, so great a novelty. History rqxula Itsulf
occasionally, and then, too, discretion is the hollar
part of valor.
It has leaked out that while the Council Canons,
which last Monday considered tbe untimely Injunction
which put an end to (bo consummation of the election
frauds, was wavering, a city officer stood upon a chair
and declared himself ready to taka tho whole responsi
bility of disregarding the injnncllon, ami to bear upon
bis bead and shoulders the brunt of the Judicial wroth
to follow bis acL He was gotten down from tbe chair,
after a lltlie (rouble, and though ho tried to renew hta
generous oiler of self-sacrifice, the meeting, not exact
ly seeing bow be could shoulder the responsibility of
the Council's act, paid him no further attention.
" Greatest mistake lu tba world to mind tho injunc
tion. 1 could have made It all right with Williams, you
know. Judge is a particular friend of mine, you
know. Us taldtome yesterday, “ Joe, my boy,"—
here the rubicund clerico-clvlc official’s voice souk to a
whisper which was no utterly lost in tb* Alderman’s
oar no was boring that the reporter heard no more,
and he left tho spot wondering how loug tho City Gov
ernment could aumd If U was, as tho eong says, “ not
for Joseph."
What is commonly known around the Olty-Holl as
THE " COMMITTEE ON COMPROMISE,"
held a prolonged meeting in tbe Comptroller’s office
yesterday about noon. There were present the Corap
trollcft the Mayor, the City Attorney, tho City Clerk,
Jake Rchro, and several Aldermen, ana the utmost
vigilance was Used to keep tbe object of tho meeting
aud its discussions a secret from tho rest of
the world. Enough has boon learned of (he
ailalr, however, to guarantee the statement (hat
the tone of tho meeting was decidedly lugubrious, and
that lbs seriousness of tho situation is fully appreciated
by tho enjoined. Several schemes wore proposed by
different members of tbe meeting, and oue or two
hut for a contemptuous disregard of the Injunc
tion, but tbe Idea which found most favor was that
Eroposed by the Buperinlendout of Police, and which
i said to have emanated from the brain of the Hon.
O. B. FarwclL It was In the nature of a compromise,
the basis of which waa that the Citizens’ Association
should abandon tho Injunction, letting it go by
default; that tho Council should bo permitted to can
vass Che votes; that subsequently tha alleged frauds
should be fully examined, end the Council stand
by the result of the examination. The meeting listened
to the proposition, and, with one eye closed all round,
agreed that it waa In every respect a fair oue. and such
a Just and honorable compromise as would suit such
Just end honorable men as those who effected the
adoption of tho Incorporation act. Tho only thing
which puzzled them waa Just what the Citizens’ Asso
ciation would think of It. Tbs Committee also had the
city finances under consideration, which some think
could be much bettered were the act of 1873 adopted,
aud the Comptroller free to act under It.
MICHAEL EVANS,
the Bonth Town Collector, hope* to tee evety corrupt
Judge of election brought to trial, and, If adjudged
guilty, sentenced to the severest penalty tha law will
allow. Tea years* more practice in slutting ballot*
boxes, be considers, will overturn this Oovernmeot
Into monarchy. If called upon, he will testify to any
Court as to the frauds he witnessed on the day of elec*
Uou. Commissioner Bheridiu la all tbs while busily
encaged in hunting up evidences of frauds, and. In
case of a contested election, or of evidences of frauds
being required, be will send In a long and a strong line
of witnesses, who, be thinks, will send somebody
to Jail, Strongly aa he oppose* the faction
who carried the election he refuses to affiliate with the
Citizens* Association, as ho maintains that they are the
originators of the difficulty. Owing to this fact, strong
attempts have been made to wean him over to the
other side, and to silence him ft* to the frauds in the
election, but the wily President remains stolid and In*
different, citing the maxim that “ the receiver is as
bad as the thief.** and that since the war of extermina
tion bos begun be wants to light It out.
Aid. George White thinks that Judge Williams over
stepped hla jurisdiction In enjoining a legislative body,
ana Is of the opinion that the injunction cannot
fail to be dissolved. The Jurisdiction of tho
Council be claims to be as full as that of Congress,
within 11a special sphere,aud that nocourt has any con
trol over It, other than lu a trial for Imneachmsut of auy
or all of its members, lie ie sorry that the Council
repealed the objectlouablo ordinance at Its last session,
aud would have liked to have seen any trouble about
contempt. However, he la far from being anxious to
fling deflonce In the teeth of the Court granting the
Injunction, but prefers au amicable adjustment of the
difficulty. Aid. Mahr’a position is somewhat easier
thin for boom time past, aud • corresponds almost
precisely to that of Aid. White, Hot one of
them, so far as oao bo ascertained, Is
willing to take (he risk of counting the vote
Friday evening, unices some disposition has first beeu
made with (be injunction. Nor do any of them appear
anxious to adopt the new Charter, as they much prefer
(he old oue to either of the new once, except so far t»
(hey cau tantalize (he Citizens’ Association by attempt
ing to work under 1U All are apparently waiting
patiently for the return of Judge Dickey, or for eome
tellable legal advice, preparatory to making any now
advances (0 under the charter.
TUB CITIZENS’ ASSOCIATION.
Tho committee* of the Citizens' Association which
sraengaged In hunting up cumulative evidence of (be
frauds perpetrated at the late election, held a meeting
at tholr rdoma yestenloy afternoon. The meeting did
not aaamue a secret form until after Judge
Lawrence had conveyed to it the cheering intel
ligence that he bad been looking up the law In
the case, and bad come to the conclusion that if the
proceeding* in equity failed the caae agalnet the Coun
cil could be carried on under the common law. At
thla Intoroailng point of the proceeding* the President
of the Society entered, end Instated upon the meeting
being carried on In secret, and the reporters wore
obliged to withdraw*
TWENTIETH WARD FRAUDS.
ADDBEPB OV TH* COUMITTK* 07 TUI WAID OLDB.
The Executlve Commltloe of the Twentieth Ward
Club haa prepared the following addreaa to the pub
lic, setting forth the frauds perpetrated there at Fri
day’s so-called election t
To tho I‘ublie of Chicago / Chicago, April 20.—We
deem the facta touching th* shamelessness and Ille
gality of the recent election lu the Twentieth Ward
deserving of specifle recital and general attention.
Those facts are In part aa followa :
First— Even before the polla were opened th* disrep
utable dement* of the ward made an organised sl
ump! to take possession of the votiug-placo. With a
notorious and uniformed graduate of the Peniten
tiary aa their leader, they assumed to dictate the con
duct of the election, and defied Interference, «
Second— When in due process the friends of law and
order demanded tbslr rights, u plainly set forth tn
Ibe statute, they were met with tbo grossest insults.
They themselves, aud tbslr demand that challengers
should bo allowed in the room with tbo Judges, were
characterized In language too foul (or repetition.
Third— I Two of the Judges of election were, from the
outset, in evident collusion with tbs ruffians outside,
—one of the two allowing bluuslf to be publicly dic
tated to by the leader of the mob. To the upon in
quiry of ,a the ex-convict,** as to whether bo (the
Judge) remembered and would carry out the orders
given him, and refuse the admission of challengers, he
returned au open and affirmative reply.
Fourth— I Th* conduct of a recenllj-elaoUd (7) Alder
man of ibis word, and of a prominent county official
who** principal duty is to preserve law and order, was
shameless in the extreme j the former actively aiding
bis brother, ** the si-convlct,** aud the latter being,
throughout the day, in open aud unblushing alliance
with the leaden in the disorder and fraud.
Fifth—The two corrupt Judges having finally been
compelled, by fear of legal penalties, to adult chal-
THE CHICAGO TRIBUNE: THURSDAY, APR IT, 29, 187 a,
Innger*, and to nnl the ballot# for tha separate lattice
Into eeparate ballot-boxes, yet refuted utterly. In spllo
of all protests, to keep any poll-llsU or tally whaUo
ever, or, In ca*e* where vote* wens challenged, to urn
affidavit* ae required by law end provided by tba ward
EaccutlT* Committor,—even going no far an to order
the removal from the platform of two clerka, who bad
been pieced them by the citizens of the Twentlcih
Ward to keep a tally and Hat of voter*, and, In com-
C dance with the order, they were roughly thrown from
in platform.
Nixth— When legal voter* on the outside desired io
challenge fraudulent voter*, or to call, for that pur
poee, tho attention of the challenger* within, the mob
endeavored to drown Use demand by abouta and
groans, and the tudgea Ignored the challenge,
AVrenfA—During lb* afternoon nf the day, mil when
the disorder had gmtiy Increased, Illegal voter* were
brought lo the puTla in wagona and otonlbuaca, and
then deepalched to other ward*.
KfuAfA—Juat previous to tha closing of the poll*, (ha
aforementioned Alderman, In disregard of law, di
rected the Judge* to exclude the dUzena’ challenger*—
honorable and rM)>ected citizen* of the ward—from
the room, *■ Boon as the voting should be over, desig
nating them a* “ damned hor*Mb!evo*. n
A’fnfA— Although tb* whole number of vole* cm!, a*
J roved by both the tally of one of the challenger* and
In* tally of two reliable clerk* outside, dll not exceed
1,091, yet the declared vole wu I,37l,allowing some T.O
vote* to have been fraudulently pnt In by Ilia Judge*
tbemsrlvr*, or tbrough their direct connivance.
7>n(A—ln the count the number of vote* against
the Incorporation act waa declared to bo 100 lea* than
tho real number. And when a recount waa demanded
by the citizen*’ challenger* and one of the Judge* the
demand wae refuted.
Kln-fiith—' The ballot-box was not Healed after the
voles bad been canvassed and tho result declared, nor
were the vole* either strung or scaled In envelope*.
Rndi, feltow-citlreu*, ere soma of the reaaon* which
mov* our Indignation and caui# ui to deny thn valid
ity of the election in the Twentieth Ward, That the
illegality and fraud did not equal that of the First and
Second and many other wards, was due to the deter
mined, organized efforts of a few law-abiding men.
We confidently appeal hereby lo the good citizens of
the ward and city to Join ua In denouncing tha wrung,
and m attempting by all legal mean* io prevent Us
repetition in Chicago. Executive Cojnirrrr.r,
Twentieth Ward Citizen*’Club,
THAT INJUNCTION BUSINESS.
A NOVEL OFFER.
f» Wf Editor of 7Ae Chitaoo rrtßune,
Ctiiciao, April 21,—Thai nervous old granny, the
Etenin'j Journal, has gone Into a “conniption” fit over
the Injunction placed upon the Common Council by
the Citizens* Committee.
The Injunction baa always been used to impede the
ends of Justice. Admit even once that It can be n»ed
to further the ends of Justice, end tlio Keening Jour
nal can tee nothing In the future but endless InJune
tlona end overturned elections whenever ballot-botes
ere doctored end stuffed by roving barbarians end
earpst-baggera who desire to elect themselves to office,
end thus Indirectly enter Into end possess the lend.
According to that wise sheet, tt would be better to
allow any party to run the Government then
to have an election contested, lint these ere days
wherein a good many of the Illusions of yontb sre van
ishing, and when many ol the gods before whom for
Centuries we have boon abasing ourselves in the duet
are being overturned In ibe most reckless manner,
and shown to be nothing but the work of men's minds
end bands, end utterly unable to help us In times of
distress aud extremity, and possibly It may be shown
that tho Ectnxna Journal la a worshiper of false gods.
The writer desires to quiet the apprehensions of tho
Journal by making to the City of Chicago and to the
Citizens' Association a straightforward bnalnoae prop
osition as follows : Tho writer will undertake to run
the Government of the City of Chicago on contract fur
a term of years, to docroase the taxes from 10 tn i". Mr
cent tho Orel year and aa fast thereafter as practicable;
to pay up the entire indebtedness of the city within
fifteen years, sod with lighter taxation to
make more and better public Improvements than at
present, to close up tbe eslooos aud gambling-houses,
and to decrease the open and notorious corruption in
our court* by establishing courts of arbitration lu
which cases could be ecttlou cheaply, rapidly, and hon
estly ; all moneys collected by taxation to be deposited
In the City Treasury, and until wauted for publlo use,
to bo loaned at tbe lowest current rate of interest on
commercial neper with warehouse, receipts aud other
firat-clsas collateral security underlhe directorship of
a board, composed of the best financiers and bankers
of thedty; all moneys paid out to be with tho ap
proval of same board, aud also a committee, elec tod
by the Citizens' Association.
Under some such system as this, with less cam and
anxiety pressing upon (he minds of our citizens, and
their efforts and labors not entirely thrown away lu
meeting tbe Increasing exactions of relentless Ux
getbnr*. men could afford occasionally to add a book
to their libraries, and gradually fill their homes with
music, birds, flowers, and the comforts and elegancies
of civilized life, besides accumulating means .with
which to endow our public schools, libraries, observa
tories, hospitals, etc., making them a greater jxwer in
tho land, that they might go on blessing and dignifying
the race.
Under such a regime, public,and private improve
ments would bo fostered aud eucoungul, manufao
turcs would Increase, and men of wealth and enter
prise would flock to our city, bringing with them boats
of artisans aud laborers, in order to sajoy Its advan
tages and oseapo tho exactions of rapacious tax-caters
In other cities. In a few years the city would bo out
of debt, and with money in its Treasury to loan in aid
of every legitimate enterprise calculated to improve the
dty end benefit its Inhabitants. Of course such a sys
tem would make no provision for the barbarous horde
of officeholders, now virtually owning, robbing, and
misgoverning the city, and In the cud many of them
might have to go out upou the prairies to cultivate the
boU, make fruitful tba waste places, and earn their liv
ing by the sweat of their brows, but if ; as some phi
losopher has said, “ Ho la a benefactor of bis race who
makes two blades of grass grow when only one grow
before," the end would Justify tbe means, and the
products of their farms would come In to aud to the
wealth-power, and dignity of Chicago. Tbo subject
might Do enlarged upou Indefinitely,
Now, all this lx not the Idle dream of an entbaalost,
but, on the contrary, the honoet judgment of a suc
cessful business mau, who knows by long experience
what bard work, honesty, and integrity will aocom
f lisb. aud everything spoken of In this letter Is both
oasllle sad practicable. Chicago is original In many
of Us Institutions, ond why may It not be in Reform
of government for tbe dty? Meantime let tho Kern
inj Journal tako courage, and let tn unitedly thank
God for that much-abased organization known as tbe
Citizens' Association. The mistake our people are
making It In supposing themselves dvillted, wall* the
facts and remits of tbe case go to show that practically
wo are a race of barbarians. Shall we continue to wor*
ship the false gods known as ** precedents," and always
remain so, or shad there be sound progress and Im
provement? utnunrr.
SONS OP TEMPERANCE,
Illinois Grand Division in Sessional
ttlaraollle*.
Xjiteiat Ditpateh to Th* Chitaqa Tritunt.
Mauzillu, HI., April 38.—The Grand Division of
the Sons of Temperance of the State of Illinois assem
bled In semi-annual session yesterday afternoon. The
Mon. W. 0. Snyder, of Fulton, (ha Grand Worthy Pa
triarch, occupied (ho chair. The afternoon waa main
ly spent In the Initiation of representatives, and rou
tine business In Committee of tha Whole on tbs State
of the Order. Addresses were made by W. 0. Snyder,
of Fulton; J. Young, of Montgomery; J. 0. Drayman,
of Chicago; J. O, Stoughton, of Aurora; J, 11. Iloxl£
of Morris; D. tlurd, of Marseilles, and others. In the
evening a public meeting was held in the Congregational
Church, at which T. Moulding, M. Vancouve, J. 0.
Drayman, and S. 0. Stoughton, spoke.
The session opened tills morning at batf-paat 8
o'clock. The reports of the chief officers were road
and appropriately received. These reports show (hot
there baa been an Increase lu membership and tha
number of divisions during the past six months,
Springfield waa agreed upon os the place of bolding
Uio annual session to October next.
Borne business connected with the (International
workings of the Order was transacted.
At the closing of the afternoon session, the Execu
tive Committee submitted their usual report, aa also
did (he Committee on (ho Good of the Order,
Mr. Drayman, from the Committee on tho
Grand Worthy Patriarch, presented a report
thereon. A report was also received from the Finance
Committee. These reports wore severally adopted.
CDelegatee to the National Temperance Convention,
to be held In Chicago ou the Ist of June, were selected,
oh follows : The Uou. W. 0. Synder, Fulton; (he Rev.
W. R, Henderson, Chalaworth ; the Hou, W, T. Hop
kins, Morris; the Rev. J. O. Bloughton, Aurora 5 J.
O. Drahman, Chicago; the Dev. 0. W. Hughes,
Lebanon : J. M. Vancouve.
The rest of the sfteruoou waa spent upon business
connected with tho advancement or the Order. la the
evening a public meeting waa held lu the Congre
gational Church, at which the Rev. J. 0. Slougbtoa
waa the principal speaker.
BANK MATTERS.
Sptrlal DitpaUh ta Th* Chlroja Triianl,
Dta Moines, I*., April 3d.—The National Slate Bank,
of thla city, haa resigned 1U commlaalon aa United
Btatea Depoaltory at Dea Moines, which It has held for
ton yean. The reasons assigned by the officer* are
that It baa held it long enough; but probably the
amount of depoelta baa something to do with It. It
has been a faithful agent of the Government, and re
markably prompt and correct In IU affairs. It la
probable the Citizens* National will be It* successor.
U. It. laham—he of PaciAo Mail notoriety—will soon
open a bank here, with a capital of f|(jo,ooU, lie was
formerly in the same bualuoea here, and failed.
MYSTERIOUS DISAPPEARANCE.
<Su«cial iHijiateh (a Tka Chicago Tribun*.
Des Moines, la., April 2d.—On the 20tb of March
lost, Oalueha Lee, a bachelor, wbo baa boon running a
cbesp goods store In th* city for several years, locked
his store to go to tee, sod bos not returned or been
heard of hum, except that about 0 that evening ho
was seen on ibe platform of the Keokuk -Depot. Ho
wa* owing several hundred dollars; and, aflcrwalUug
a day or two. his creditor* seised bis stock, which was
sold at auction. Uu was a very reticent man, ap
peared to be well educated, and lived by aud within
himself. The supposition was that be bad escaped to
get rid of hU uwbta. On Uaturday last, a won
came here wbo claims to bo bis nephew,
and says bis name Is Andrew W. Lee, and his rest*
demo New York. He says bla uuelo was rich and a
wiser; that, wQen he came to Be* Moines, ton yean
ago, be had with him about $7,000 in gold, which bo
kept closet/ concealed; that be (the nephew) was here
shout a year ago, and, from circumstance*. be then
gleaned that bu uncle must have had about $29,000 In
uls possession. He says his uncle formerly lived la
Utica, N. Y. Ho subsequently taught school
in Vorkuta porta of Illinois. It is known
here that he was quite penurious,
•pent little or nothing, and kept no account with
banks. The nephew’s theory is. that be suddenly be-
earns crazed, or ha* boon foully dealt with. The lat
ter supposition has tha moat weight, as no evidence
C'HiM l>e obtjlnod of him after be wae seen on the do
p'd platform. A telegram Intercepted the conductor
of the outgoing train, but he wa* not on It, or could
not I* discovered. Heard: wo* made at Keokuk and
other places, and he could not lie found. The matter
ha- M en placed In the bands of detectives, who are at
work.
THIS CUSTOM-liOUHR.
,11 ora Theories About tha Foundation*
—Tlia Invcstlgnllon.
The etcllemeut which ha* prevailed In the city In
reference to the state of Uie Custom-House building
has not abated, and great interest is felt everywhere lo
Um mutt of tho council which is to lie held here lo do-
Uruilns what lo do with the unfortunate mass of
cracks and plugged atone, den. Holman’s office was
yesterday the aceue of interest, a* usual, and the call
ers wet* numerous. Among them were Senator Logan
and several other politician*, as well as soma private
friends of Gcu. Holman. Outside the office, nud
grouped on the corner* of tha itrects, were uumltcrs
of mm who seemed to feci an interest lo the progress
or atoppagaof the work. They were the workmen
who had Uca thrown out of employment by (be aun
peuskn.
THE ONLY DECAPITATION
which took place yesterday was that of John Klan
clHTf, foreman rigger, who has been In charge of Iho
derricks. Nothing waa alleged against Htaucllfle, and
the reason for bis discharge seemed to be that he was
a hlghly-eahrled mao, and that there was nothing
whatever for him to do. In other words, Hlancllffe
may set his being dropped down to a wish fur
economy.
Mr. Mueller was present In the office yesterday, and
Id couvaMall'Ju volunteered an explanation of
HOW till; BTOMX CAHX TO HE PATCHED.
It wac. be laid, the labor of tha workmen who were
in the habit uf doing it without the consent of himself
or his foremen. It was a bard matter to delect a
properly patched atone, even after It bad been la the
wall some time. Ae a mailer of interest it was asked
whether, If the building were to come down, the
patched ntuucn would be put Into the walla again. The
reply was that they would not.
SHTSItAL EXPERTS,
who gave their opinion yesterday, differed In opinion
from Mr. Uinmann, whore concluslona were printed
yesterday. They thought that If the concrete founda
tion had Ihv ii properly put In it would have been au in
dent to hold the weight Imposed. The question
np]>catod to one of them to be whether
lu the present case the concrete might not hare been
badly put in. It wae remembered that when the
work was done largo gang* of mm were working
nights, and the supposition Is that in the horry some
E union* might have been alighted. The speaker, who
as teen more heavy foundation*, proltably, than any
other man in America, said, in conclusion, that ho
considered an Imjttrfect concrete about the wont fonn
datlon possible to build on. There la. then, a possibili
ty that the melbod may be right, and the practice wrong.
It 1* an iiDfurtunalc circumstance that nothing can l>o
determined concerning the foundation without taking
down at least a pari of the wail. If the Council earn
find no other reasons than the defects in the founda
tion, they will prolitbly came Uiin to be done in some
particularly auspicious spot, and then the various the
orists will have on opportunity to reconcile their be
lief* with the etatfl of facts found.
the principal DRnnn
manifested nil day on every hand nu to see the visit
ora from Washington* who wore expected in tbo
morning. by comparison of tbclr time of starting
with the time-tables, it was figured ont tbat.Mr.6hu
man ami hla assistant would tarn up by noun; but
such was not the result. Moon oame and went, and
the day raised on to closing hours, and no arrival vaa
reported. At 6 o’clock the officials went
home and gave up Ueesn. Shiunsn k Co.
as ja bad Job for that dny at least.
When (he oilier™ in quoation do report, the consulta
tlon will commence at once; It will 1m strictly private,
and confined to Gen. Holman, Air. Oskshntt, Mr. M.
I*. Holman, ami Mr. his assistant, togeth
er with such assistants ns (bey may need in the me
chanical ami tailoring way. The remainder of the
present week will certainly be consumed in Iho Inves
tigation, ami perhaps even more. It is not proposed
by Gen. Holman to allow any one outside the party to
know the result of the council until ofter it u trans
mitted to Washington and receive# the sanction of the
Supervising Architect.
(Dorn.), In commenting on the promotion of Qcn. Hol
man from Boston to Chicago, says :
This Is a proper recognition of the services of an
able, faithful, and, above alt, an honest public servant,
and. whllo we may say that wo regret hla removal from
Boston, it la gratifying to know that hla course while
here has earned for him the approval of Secretary
Bristow and the consequent promotion to his line of
duty.
Peraoually, Gen Holman Uan extremely quiet, im
rniuming, geutlmauly mao, with a kind aim courte
ous demeanor toward all. But in hla office be Is a
strict disciplinarian, and If be made np his mind to a
line of duty nothing could drive him from It. Against
opposition be la stubborn and even rough, and the
Idea of driving him into submitting to the behests of
the Poet-OlUcs Ring la one of the richest things In the
whole affair. White la charge In Boston he attended
strictly to his work, and waa present oil the time
during working home, or, If temporarily alwcnt; hla
master-mechanic, who was hio tun. was there to boo
tint every man did his work well. The men were
hired at the prevailing rateof wages, aud were paid
all the Government guaranteed them for their work.
All contracts for material were subject to competition,
aud all old material sold was accounted for to the Gov
ernment, Tho record of Gen. Holman In Boston la
without a spot or blemish, and hla Influence ee a
healthy disciplinarian has been beneficial.
The above testimony from Uie amircs whence It
come* U of considerable value, aud the people may, if
Ocu. Holman ia retained hero, thank the Government
fur an houcat man.
THIS BUFFALO-GNAT.
The Inaecl Dealing Death Amont
NotKlturu Form-Nfock*
Mcsmn*, Tenn., April 28.—Complaint! are pour
ing In from all aurroondiog eountica of tlio fearful
destruction of horeoa and mulea by buffalo-gnats.
Many am all planters, especially colored ones, are
ruined by having their only horses or mules killed, aud
being unable to replace them at a liras when they are
so badly needed. The Ledger pubtlehee a letter from
a planter near Macon, Fayette County, wlch says :
"Not leea than 300 hones and mulea have died the
pant three day* within 10 miles of this place. I went
down to my farm yesterday, distant d miles, and
counted thirty-seven dead on the way. 1 have lost
four on my farm, aud Dr. Hunter five, while some
Blanlera have lost as high as thirty head. It looks
ke starvation to a people without money. Some of
the farmers will be compelled to turn out part of the
erop planted, ae they have no money to replace the
■took.
SPUtNGFIELD.
The 81* Louis Dyke Troubles*
Special DitjuiteK to Tht Chicago TriLune.
SraiNoriEt-D, 111., April 28.—Tho dyke which St.
Louis la building out into the Mlululppl Hirer oppo
alte to Carondelet, and which has been (he occasion
heretofore of a correspondence between Gov. Dover*
idgo aud ex-Msyor Drown, la likely to got into the
courts. Home of the proper(y*ownora oaths Illinois
side of the river,who aro likely to suffer from tho wash
nf the river, the dyke having turned the channel to tho
Illinois shore, it la said, will to a day or two apply to
Judge Treat, of the nulled States District Court for
Southern Illinois, for en injunction to restrain the
completion of the dyke or the further prosecution of
the work upon It. Among the land-owners are Qen.
Charlea K. Upplnoott, exdatats Treasurer Buti, and
others.
THE CROPS.
Sptciat Ditpaieh to Tht Chicago TWiun*.
Bara, Ito., April 3d.—lt la estimated that the peach*
crop In this auction will be very small this year. The
heavy frosts end extreme cold weather of the past
winter have affected fruits and crops of all kluda to a
certain degree, reaebu and grape* will yield email,
tulJ an experienced gardener, bat we will have a fair
cron of apple* and other smaller fruit*. Winter wheat
in (hi* (Erie) county ha* been nearly all winter-killed.
Home of (ha funner* are plowing up thetr sown winter*
wheat field* and are preparing them for com and other
crops; others are sowing In inln* wheat with lbs win*
ter aud dragging It In, Taka it all in all, this auction
of Pennsylvania will this aeaaou yield an average crop.
THANKS “FROM THE DEPTHS OF THE
HEART.”
WsLUXOTOK, Lorain Co., 0., Aug. 2], 1871.
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TUANBFERH to LONDON. PARIS. CALIFORNIA.
UAVANA, MEXICO. OIIWa, JAPAN. Ac. *
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MATCHES.
PROTECTION FROM FIRES.
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Light only oa the hot. For KnoUro*. Nunario*. bubiex,
and r'aoiorie*. AU<>, l*aU>nl tUlati t'uicoc xud Wax
Malchoa la next metallic beau*. with no abam curaun,
uo rough fdg«». iu*t right for tba nockct. For Haloly
Match** ob»on*tli* direction anil the Trade-Mark—xu
Ark. AOUNTM WANTKD KVKKYWHKItK. band lor
circular. 1111.1. A: f-'OOiil?. bole Importer*, Now
York. Ordcr»»nd l-uttcr* to Hot tOoO.
FRACTIONAL. CURRENCY.
$5.00 Packages
OF
FRACTIONAL GUMIIGT
IN EXCHANGE FOB
Bills of National Cmrency.
TRIBUNE OFFICE
AMUSEMENTS.
M’OOHMIOK HALT,.
fflEO, THOMAS
UNRIVALED CONCERTS.
TO-NIGHT,
GRAND CHORAL AND ORCHESTRAL NIGHT—Ia
?•>•«* *}>• OKHMAMA
fticiia, leader,.will ar»l«t. the ORCHESTRA In Iha
famona IJACCIIIJB CHORUS. fmra Asrinowr Tine
ARMORERS* CHORUS. from ar.3 athora!
TlMlimilOW NIGHT* At'HII, no.
BEETHOVEN AM) WAGNER. NKHIT- PASIORAL
SYMPHONY and Wagner aotoeUon*. forming a bug.
nltlcant programme.
HATUIIDAY NIGHT* MAY 1.
GRAND GALA MIGHT—A Splendid Oreh-»tral Pro
gramma, and for tba Tint time bare, teenr* (cun (il'tcW
7, Ml(P|iKOd, M with a mired chnrnaof 200 VOICES?
O. Blackman. leader ef Chora*. •
HATUItIIAV* 2 r. .11.,
ONLY GRAND MATINEE.
- USUAL PRlCES—AdtaUilon, 91. Ra*«rv<x) SeaU.maln
fl'*>r, Mela extra; Balcony, £1 extra. Matinee, 41, in
f inding interred aeat,at.l»n*rD. MrCtnrg A Co.'a. Proa
hue ticket*. CARPENTER S SHELDON.
HOOLEY’S TKEATEE.
ETHIOPIAN OPERA SEASON!
Comniendiiff Mnndny Evening, May !i,
Every Evening and Wodaejdaj and Saturday Matinee,
EMERSON'S IIHSTEHLS!
THE MASTER BAUD OF THE WORLD!
FRESH FROM CALIFORNIA. 2-> OK THE BEST
PERFORMERS IN THE PROFESSION.
HILLY K.-UKHMON,
HILLY ARLINGTON.
URN COTTON.
HI I.LA* RICE*
t.ITTM: NT AT* IV. HENRY RICK*
A Double Quartette ami Complete Orrliralrn*
All appear In a Rich and Attractive Programme.
PRICKS OF ADMlSSlON—Pari|uett« and Parnnette
Circle, fl: Ralcnny. 7&c; Cillery, foe. Seat* can bo se
cured ml tba Bur Omen ua Thursday morning.
ACADEMY'OF MCFSIO.
EMILY SOLDENE.
THIS KVKJUNO, April », KMILT
HOIiL)I,.SR in her irrcat rule of
GRAND DUCHESS.
FRIDAY ami SATURDAY KVKNUGS, Hern*'* Spec
UcuUr Opera,
BQLDE.VU u Tbo Jollj King of Franco.
fir* ClUlporio will Ixj prefaced with maanirieent tnl*o
•n-seeti*, gorgeous coouimet. and appointment*. Tba
managers oaroeMD recnmnioml thi* opera for pnbtlo la.
»<>r, a* It (a auriouMedlj Horvo’a mutenrork. Chiiporlc
h*» enjoyed a ran of Tio rrpreaontstioai at the PPllhar
icemeand Ljoouni Theairep, lAiadim.
SATURDAY AT 3 O'CLOCK.
GRAND GALA MATINEE,
CItAND DUCHESS.
Duo trivra of tM production of MAD
AM , . ,a * ’f'" reicnln* ParKlan «etJiitlon.
MAUAMK L’ aKIMIDUG.
ADELPHI TEEATEE,
TIlunaDAY KVKSISC. April 2a,
liadios’ Uislit!
And LAST but two of the Great RenaaUoa of the decade,
the Talented Uorncdiae.
£3XX3. O. H , 3E^2IKTOj3,
In the ThrilUne Emotional Drama,
Marked for Life!
With finperlatlro Scenes by Strong.
TIIK ACMB OP SCENIC ILLUSION I
Rare .MrrhntiHm and Effects liy Carter.
AND AN UNEQt’ALED CAST,
Coinprialnu tha Entire Company. Uueqoatod Gallery ot
Entirety laewSeenea.
Kt»rr Tableau meelTod with Tatntiltanna fihcmta.
TO-MORROW. I'rldar, Altarnoon and Nirhu April 00,
Extra LadleV Night. Grand Complimentary llunaht to
S-A.3V01 "W*. S»rßltO’2'.
Perfectly linmrnie bill. No other Theatre La tha World
Bat aneh moderate prices.
MoYIOKEE'S THEATRE.
GRAU A' CHI/.ZOLA'S
New Parisian Opera Bonffe Trap,
FOR SIX NIGHTS AND MATINP.B ONLY.
Monday, May S, IK3, Brat production ol Lacoaq’l laat
ami iao»; ■uccvnlnl opera touflc,
GIROFLE GIROFLA!
Tboreltnintt aeaaatlrmof European elilrt, which haabeoa
tvcalrad la Naw York and other American title* with tbo
moot entbniiastlo applaue, proianuof, lor tha Brat aim*
In Chicago,
MIAJLCUBALY OEOFFRAY.
MLL£. LBONTINR MJNRLLT,
MONfl. (5. HE gUERAY.
Grand Chora* and Orcheatra o( Fifty I‘erl'irmora.
PRlCKS—Oroheatra and GrcbeatraUlrcle. fil.M. Mint
Balcony. 41. Second Balcony, tOeeQU. No charge lor
merringaeata.
MATINEE PRICES-BOe, TSc. 41.A0.
MoVIOKER’S THEATRE.
LAST WEEK OF
Maggie Mitchell
Support*! by Mr. WM. HARRIS In her gnat character of
JANE EVBE.
FRIDAY—IIBNEFIT OF MAGQIK 11ITOUELL,
PEARL OF S.A."VO“S',
Kelt Week-THB OPERA ISOUFFR-flirofle Giroila.
EXPOSITION BUILDING.
Do cot delay any longer to »«*e the Great Plctnro of TUB
UATTLK OK
LOOKOUT IfIiTAE
Open all day and evening. Alio, the Artistic and Beair
Ufiu Paintings of the Ancient and Modern City of
JERUSALEM I
HO OLE? 1 3 THEATRE.
Positively L&st Week of the Season !
Monday. April 58. evorr rveoiog and WEDNESDAY
and SATURDAY MATINEES.
■ii.i nn i ii iiun i ■ n i i.ii.i..’.
L'nt|tiallflcd success ami last performances of the Bril*
liaut Scenic beniational and Romantic Drama,
Monte Oristo!
In a Prologue and four Ada, Magnificently Monnled. bn-
Ksrbly Het, and a strong Gael of Character*. Entirely
"» Soenrrj. Wardrobe, and Mechanical Elfeola. bee
Lilia ol tbo day.
'HIPPODEOME7
ROUTB OF PBOOESSIOBT:
Start from L*ke Front; neat an Madison to- State;
tenth on Stata ta Vaa Bhrtn; neat an Van Bnrva to
Clarks sentbon Clark to Twelfth; neat on Twelfth to
Blue laland-av.; northeast an Ulna lalaod av. to Ilarri
son; east on flarrlaon to Devplalae*; north on DeipUisee
U Randolph; east on Randolph to Market; north on
Market to Lake; eaei on Lake to atartiag-polnt.
SNOW'S ACADEMY,
61k Wa»l Lake-st., corner of Paulina.
lIUAOIKCS FROM THE PORTS UV
PROP. J. K. MoAPPERTY,
America's Ureatsst Reader, Friday Rtsplng. April 30. *76.
QEAND OPERA HOUSE.
MINSTRELS!
KVFHV KVHXIXH at H oVlnclr.
PROPOSALS.
IMPROVEMENT OP THE ILLINOIS RIVERa
United states KxuiNinta’a otrricg,!
. Uot’k IhLsSU. 111., March 23, 1876. j .
Seeled Proposals, In ouplicato, will bo received at thl
otto* uolU |J o'clock ui. »u the 13th day of May, 1b76, fur
thu prosecution of the work of dredging and cnottmctlno
SI dameand jotlius lur iliu tmpruvomual ol thu Illinois
liver. The contract shall be enturud into within ten dare
alter (be notification of (lie award of tbscontraot. The
Usual condition* will bo observed. The right 1* resorvud
to rujoot any or ail bidj. All Information can bo obuinud
at thlauttloe.
Proposals must be Inclosed la a seated envelope, la*
dom'd ''Proposal* fur tbe prosecution of tbe work of
drudging and construction of dam* and iot|les for the lm«
pruvunmnl ul thu Illinois River." and sudrussod to
J. H. SlACbsm, L'jl, of Knglaeer*.
FItOFOBAIsS FOB D REDOING.
United Htstki KNtmutcn'a
tit. Paul, Minn.. April SU, la! 3. t
Puplloalo toalod proiM.als will bo *rucum«l by the
onderstgoud until U o'clock m., May >7, le7Xfur dredging
thuiusluu harbor u( Duluth, Sllnu. pur all iniurmaUuii
mily to the undersigned. J'hs right to lujeul any or all
aisrssorvud. AH proposals must be wads on blanks
to bo furnished br Ihi undersigned.
[f. K.UtgUAIIH. Major ol Knglneers.
' SCALES,
<n~*y FAIRBANKS*
BTANUAUO
P SCALES
• fr rj 09 ALL kinds.
U|^^JSAPAIRBANK«,MORBKAQO*
111 All 9 Lake St.,Chicnco.
- ’ Be auefullo buy only the Genuine*
PIANOS.
WEBER'
IPIjI-OSTOS
-■ •
TiTTt CQ AW I I ahall tahe rrery opfwrtnnlly to rmtw
illiiOOUil } mend and praUejour IfiitrumanU.
ITP7T 0(1(11 *‘ , 9 r ,Ml , *!* rnor PUaffli bit*
iiliLliUUUt been mycboloolor the Conoart-roota
ana hntiis.
T nnn A I Tm,f Upright* are ettraonHßarrlnitra.
ilUUvil ■ manta, and draerre Hub great aae*
031..
DAHNPTI lh«»a used (ha Plano* of every eele*
i AX lit tnaliar. lint give yoora tba
preference ovw alt.
AIBANI! tlon they hare obtained. k^dlatlno-
QfTin AITOQ I Yonr Plaaoea«vjnlahrao. I hare never
UiAaU DO I Jot Men M 7 Plano* which arjnal your*.
WEHLI!
TUB INCO.nPARAIILK WEBER PIANOS
AND ESTKY ORGANH* AT
STORY & CAMPS,
ail STATE-ST.
railroad time table.
AflfilYAl UID DEPARTURE Of IMIS
Explanation or RKmtrser. maurb.—t Ratnrday ex.
capted. • Sunday excepted. (Monday excepted, I At<
thabunday atß:oua. m. »Datlr. v 1
. CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN RAILROAD.
71ei*4 o£>rrt, tU f'lurlutt, {.'hrrytm llome), and *5 CmiL
•(., tornrr JAufOon-.< t , and «l th* il'pott.
aPaelDcFaat Line.,...
ol»u(iU(jna u»jr |.i. ria Clinton..
■ Uubuque Mghl Kz. tU Clinton
aCinab* Mfbt KzproM.....
• Freeport4Unbaoa«Kiprv*>... '
nftresporl 4 UuboaoeltiDron... *
ft Milwaukee Mall •
ft Milwaukee Kzprosa •
ft Milwaukee Paa*sai;ar •
ft Milwaukee PuMccer m
ft Ureen lli;Kipren •
ft >♦. KthfMS »i
ft Ft. Paul 4 Wmnna Btpreis,.,. ft
ft Marnuettft J’.iptoM •
ol.enpva l.al:e ft zpreie
ftOeuor.t Lake Btpre<i*
* --Depof " MVV
i'luilft a. ra
1*10:151. m.
,tlo:4Sp. tn
UOMij). ai
* 6:15 a. m
* £*:ir.p. m
* 8:0(1 a. m
* 9:4) a. m
•6:w> p. m
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|5:15». ra
•lOKlo*. m
f 9:4!>p. m
*10:10 p. m
’ 4.-00 p. m
4:15 1». in
• Dejtol corner of Well* and IClnsJo-sta!
*-l>cpot comer of Cacti and Klntla-ata.
MICHIGAN CENTRAL RAILROAD.
Dmof, font ryf lak'-it., «n<l fontrf Ttrt
i!7 Clork'H., tontAratt torntr
ami 1C lAikf-it,, Trtmont Hntue.
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8 a. in. * 3:J)n. ro,
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tn. | *:»! a. m.
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(IttAitO RAPIUfI *«U UUBKSUUII. ■ .
Wornlflf Kxpre** f B*3a. m. • B*sp. m.
Mh-Dt i.xprc u j-f g.-w v . m . |» g m .
•Sunday Ex. t* batatdar and SonJty Ki.
CHICAGO & ALTON RAILROAD.
Chicago. Ka»w tlfy aud Dtnr>r f-’horl /,<n»
ana. Me., c vet CMmt/e. Springfield, Alton on
Throayh Lin*. I'uion Vtpul, H'ut .VH», nnr
IriJQe, Tickrt Ojjieen Jt Vecot, anti Lti Ham
K»B»«iCltrandDeo»arFa»tßx. *13:00 noool* SiMd. nu
Hi. Ixmla and Horinafleld Hi.,.. * 9:40 a. m. • Rilo t>, m.
Nu Loan, bprlogilold ATaxat.. { 9:45 r.m in.
Peoria and Keoxuk Kxjireu * 9:40*. m. * fl:10p. m.
Chlcago.t Paducah Railroad Rs. * 9:405. tu.l* 8:10t». m.
Washington K*. *l3-00 noon * 9:Wp.nj.
Joliet ADirtaut Accommodation. * 4 JOp. ni.l* 9£ua. m.
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL RA]
Teton romtr MtulUnn sntf Cunahitt, ]
C 3 .souii» Chtrk-4i. t pppoeileMerat* a ilotut, ani
MUwaaksa ft Prairie da Cbisnl
Division, Passenger. • 8;20a. m
Milwaukee, Li Cross*, Winona,
Ht.l’aol, Minneapolis, Uipon,
Oshkosh ft Green o«j, throngn
v
Milwaukee, Madison, Prams no
Clileo ft lowa', also, Menasha
_ and Stevens Point, Passenger.
Milwaukee, 81. Paul A Minne
apolis, through Ksprcss,
*6dMp. m.
t 9:Cp.tn.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD.
Dep*t,yoot o/ Isiint, arulJool ,\f Tuenl'j-ueom
Ojlct, Kl near Clark,
SU Lonia Express
fit. Lottie Fast Line ,
Cairo A NcwOrleaoa Kx,..,,,.,,.
Cairo 4 Near Orlsaua Kx
Springfield. Peoria 4 Keobnk Ex
Sprint Bold and Paoria I’-surau..
ualmqoo 4 Bloat City r.x /
Habuuuo 4 hi.Dodge Kx
Gtlmau Passenger [*
* HMD a. m.
} B£np. n.
* BHC a. m,
i 8;SD». m.
r BHOa. at.
If 8:3) p. n .
* 9:25 a. ra.
[• U:L‘sp. ta.
I* 4 flip. 18.
CHICAGO. BURLINGTON &QI
Prpett, /<not of hake-t!,,
and Vanaland SixUmttnU, Tit
andatdepatt.
JUINCY RAILROAD.
M;«e. «ml SUttenlh-rt.,
uiMl QJlut, (a CLatk-tt
Uiil lad Etpreaa..
Utlini and ritrestor I'.irsenser.l
Dubuque A blona OUy K»p,
Pacific Kart Lino, lur Udiiu...
Kanaaa City, Leaveuwortb, At-)
_ chiton A bt. Joaepb Kip, j
Teiaa Kiprew
Aurora Paaeuugar .....I
Kendota, Ottawa 4 SlreatorPaa*}
Aarora Pataenger
Aaron Pa#»»nger (Handay)
DabtKjOß* SlmuClty Hip I
PaelfioTugbt Exp,-for Omaha.,
Kansaa Cits. Leavenworth, At-1
chlaonASt. Joseph Kip ...
Downer'* Grove Accommodation!
Dtmner aGrove Accommodation
Downor’aOrofe Accommodation
i* 7dO a. m.
# 7:3u a. m.
1*9:25 a. in.
1*10:00 a. n.
*lo.'Ma ra.
Mutuop. m.
* 8;I5 p, m.
* 4:20 p. in.
* 6:30 p. ta.
* 1:00 p. m.
* »:fi p, m.
110:00 p. ut.
410:00 p. ta.
*11:00 a. m.
* I:4S a. m.
* 8;lop. m.
•lii. Snnda'ji. fKi. fiatnrdaj
KANKAKEE
from Centra Depot, jent Jsile~*t
Ticktt epee, 121 Hat
f£x. Mot
LINE.
f.. an t depot j
an.
Indianapolis, Lonliville A Clnela-| | _
7 “ ja * “’l* 8:I5p * m<
natl .MghtKapresa (dally) | 7£sp.in.i 7;18a.m.
CINCINNATI AIR LINE AND KOKOMO LINE.
ntlebura, Cincinnati *f Si. Lault liuiluav depot tor.
r»r rhnlnn amt Oirr-eif.,:*., »r tel Hid*. Ticket aflee, 131
Dun<ialph~»t,, anAut depot.
£mn, | Arrire.
Indlanapoll*. LonUvlllo A ClncltJ I
natl Day Kinross • Bd»a. a. • 8:40 p.m.
Indianapolis. Loulivllio A (/ineln- I
natl (daily) | 7:30 p.m. 7:40 a.m.
PIITSDURO. CINCINNATI S ST. LOUIS RAILROAD.
from Jetot corner t'linLin at,,l Cerrull.tU.. |IV«4 xhlf,
rifJcet <j£tt, arut «( depot.
Columbus, Pjttabnrg A Ifew York'
Day Kiprev;..............8:00a. m. * 8:40 p.m.
Columbus PitUburg A New kork H
Nlgbt Kipreae(dally) | 7:80 p. ra. 7:40 a.m.
PITTSBURG, FT. WAYNE 4 CHICAGO RAILWAY.
Deane,
Day Gipren.. .
Pacific Express.
East Line
Mali
* B*oa. m. :i
piii'oftS: ?■
j 4:44 a. m. *
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD
JVafiM Ira r« ,/roia Z-r/wifion building anti d«ng /«< of
fur nti/~ueoiui-*t, <uHc«, U wSj/Z««4l,
Mill, Sundays Bxeeptad.,
Kiprees, Dally
9:06 a. u. BriOp. m*
7:06 p. la. BOla. m.
CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND & PACIFICRAILROAO.
Jifpol, turner tf Pea Jiursa and AAsnmui*sts. Ticket aMaekj
Croud iWcOU Holil.
Omaha.Leavenw'lhiAlcbbonEx *|D;!& a. in.
Peru Accommodation.. • 6HNP. m.
Wight Kipress
LEGAL*
In the OnihaiiB 1 Court tor tbe City and County
of Philadelphia. J
ESTATE OP JACOU TOUN, Deccnaed.
Thoinaa D. lUtisnbouse, Administrator©! above Kslatet
Takonollcouf aaallaa citation awarded by said Court
os you, to show cams why you should not flic aa account,
and your office of administrator ol the above aatala va»
caled. Returnable Saturday. May 1.1<J75.
KDMUNIS RANDALL
TIIKAHUUY IIBPAUT.iIENT*
OmcE or OoaiiTaoLtxu or tub (Jcuurwcr,}
„.. . , . . WaamumoH, Feb. B, 1873. f
Kollo* U hereby given to all persouawho may bar*
claim* against “ibeUookCount! National Bankof Chi*
cogn,” ill., ibat the same must u# presented to A. 11.
Hurley, ItfColvor, with the loyal pnxil thereof, within
three months from this date, or they will be d hallowed.
JOHN JAV KNOX.
Comptroller of Currency.
DISSOLUTION NOTICES.
DLSSOL UTION.
The firm of Brown A Alrord, Commission Merchant*,
la ibla day dissolved by mutual consent., All unsstlled
IniiiuKSs will be adjusted by ulihor mowber of tit* lal«
firm *1 their former place of auM ; rilns BROWN
. Chicago, April ST, IB7V H. B.’al.VhUll _
MEDICAL CARDS.
Dr. Kean.
3UO SOUTH CLAUUaST.* UIIIUAUO,
May be consulted, personally or by mail, free of charge
onallchruoloorpcrvouadliaasee, DU. J. KKAN Usd*
only physician In the city who warrants cuyoaarnopai,
Uihc* boon, 9*. a. (oSp.BM bandayafreni^baU.
7
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