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THE CITY.
GENERAL NEWS.
Mlm Anna E. Dickinson lectures In FaniaU
lall Thursday evening, on "Dl 7 Hot.”
The body of an unknown wan was washed
onboro near tiio North avenue pier yesterday
morning, and was sent to the Morgue to await
identification and an inquest.
A. D. Comp fell down n flight of stairs at No.
62Xavior street, yeatoiday afternoon, and re
ceived a had nouud on tho forehead. A police
man took him to his lodgings, at No. 6a West
liaudolph Direct.
Mrc.lsnboth, of No. 80 Ontario street, fell off
'•heaters of the sidewalk on Market street, bo
„tcii tho first-mentioned thoroughfare and
llii'i sheet, and broke her left log above the
»>Ulo. The accident occurred lost evening.
j huh girl of 10 years, named Mary Bro2loll,
llvi, ( » jit No. Bfi£>South llalstml street, was run
ovoti.y 1 horse and buggy, at tho corner of that
t)ioi 01jjU.ro ami Larin* sirsot, last evening, and
r»c3ivutH»riou9 brulaos about tho head aud
ahc.ulJor*.
George Mlson, Ihe man arrested Saturday for
cr.iiravorim to pas* a bogus check, la Insane.
I;r. Urm-nt; recognised him yesterday as a
person whoi bo had recently examined, and
wlui had bco sent to Joffcisou by tho County
Court. Tliofliock business la bis Insane bobby.
The Athenians Literary Society of tho Uni
versity of Clicago will hoid its anniversary oxor
ciacs Eiiclayivcning nt tlie University Place
Bipds.t Chmdi. Tlie excrcir.es will consist of
oration*. Ud- to. paper, innate, ole., and arlw-
Ing cnlortHiancnt in anticipated. All fiionju
are invited.
A memboref tho Board of Trade made his ap
pearance on Change a day or two ngontUreo in
n now suit 0 clothes,inndoofnUractivonutonal
in afliyll-h nnuurr. In nnswrr to qnciiion* of
vhnt It bad cost him, ho gave tho following
ilemo t Co* of clotli, in Canada, $6 ; paid duty
on cloth, £u: paid tailor in Chicago lor making,
J;JD. Total,s63.
Saturday afternoon, Patrolman Oonrov dis
covered none woikmcn placing a fence acrosu
tho eidownlc and along tho curb-line, for tbo
purpose of inclosing A lot, on flnlaled street,
between Archer avcuue and tho Chicago nod Al
ton Jtr.ilroid track. Ho notified Scrgt. Hood,
who learned that tho property belonged to llou
rv Brown, amt that ho claimed that tho city had
taken pos'OHHlon of it several years ago without
rocompcwlnff him. In tho absocco of tho owner,
Ho id dcddoil to stop tho wotk. amt, on the re
fueal of tho men to do so, arroated throe tiudor
the city ordinance covering obstructions of
ntrcot.s and skk'wnlko. A ouit ngidust the city
Vi ill probably follow.
All the ladies who are will to •sslot tho Toung
Hcti’s Cluint'an Ah*ocliHo:i in a floral aud
(itrawborrv festival. ar« rcq.UMlcd to meet In tho
ladies' parlor at tho Y. M.C. A. rooms, on Ar
;adu couit. tiiia afternoon nt fi o'clock, to perfect
irrangcmeuts aud oulargo committees. At thin
fijiilivjl, friends are requested to briny offering*
of dclw.’.cicfl and fruit, cvcrjlhiug, in fact, that
mil choor and en'lvcn a pick room. Tbo after
ooon and evening of tho 231U aud the afternoon
0/ the CUth have been chosen. Il is earnestly
boned that every lady wifi give her Influence and
la.iiftlnncu. Tbo proceeds of tho festival will bo
used fer ihopurchiwo of flower*, to ho distributed
in tho hospitals of tho city during tho summer.
The Commencement oxorclsosof tbo University
of Chicago will begin with tho baccalaureate
Roitnon by HlO President, Huiulay, June 27, at 8
o'clock p. in.. In tho Michigan Avonuo Baptist
Church. Mondtv evening, Juno 2d, Judge
Jar.mron, of tins city, will address tho literary
uodmits in tho University Place Church. Tucs
dav loranoon, Juno 21*. tho indie* of Chicago
and the Northno‘it will meet in tho University
rarlciM, to consider soma very important
n.&U.ns. Ju the afternoon of tho ssmn day will
occur "Cla-M Hay" exoromes, in the Unlvwreltv
ground*. In Iho evening of Tuesday, In tho
fmvcriity Piece Church, the oration and poem
w;ll to deiivcted befoio tho Society of Alumni.
V/nlnosilav, Juno fi'». will be M Commencement
pay,” when tho oxorcißcs'conncctcd with tho
gr.vluMi>'g cla*s will tako plaoo In i'ar.icll Hall
at 1U o'cicck.
CONE TO THE DAD.
Ani’.Esr or oxc ox j. v. pauwkpl’s cleuks.
In '‘Tho Vicar of Wakellcld" there is por
trayed a clever rogue who in continually cheating
u I'tmplo honest nun, whom he Is as continually
despising (or his lack of acumen; yet bo is
forced to confess that, In spite of all his Ipilfor
tho honest follow still continued to thrive,
wliilo ho always remained poor, llorbcrt li.
Zlapwortb, who is now lying in a coll in tho Cen
tral Glotloo, is a living example of Goldamilli'u
creation, much to his own sorrow, Tho par*
of the uimplo odd is aptly taken bv
the largo wholesale dry-goods house of
J. V. Fnrwoll A Co. This house has
boon exceedingly lenient with tho few persona
who havo thus far been detected iu pilfering
goods from tho store so much so. In fact, that
it sooms that tho house lias become a refuge (or
not a few hardened culprits. For tho past year
tho losses by (hoft havo boon unusually large,
and havo increased so rapidly within that time
Hint the Jinn havo become desperate, and are
determined to ferret out all tho pilferers. Mr.
John V. Fat well, who has always been tlio chief
objector to n criminal prosecution of defaulting
employes, started for Europe soma we«*k« ago,
uml almost immediately after Lis departure the
remaining members of tho Arm seem to havo de
termined uj'.cn
a orxriiAt. cxEixixu out.
M"onvrlillohilkd, laces, gloves, shawls, pocket
knives, ami other ruticlos. continued to disap
pear with amazing rapidity. Tho clover tho
watch, tho more rapidly tho thefts multiplied.
Tho management then determined to employ
dtilcciives to work up the mysterious dlsappoar
uucoh, and tho case was given iuto Piukerton’u
hands. Two men weru detailed for tho case,
and, after a abort iuvcstigauon, serious sus
picions wero attached to young Ilopworth. an
asrlstant clerk in tho paokiug-room. After a
liitio more Investigation, it wan anoortalnod
that bo had dopusltcd several valua
ble aiticlos la tha dry goods lino
at tho pawn-shop of A. Diamond, on
Booth Clnlit street, between Jackson and Tan
Buren streets. A strict watch nan kept on all
his actions, cud Tuesday afternoon ha waa ar
rested at tbo comer of Clark and Monroe turrets
while pvcns.vditic south towards tbo pawn-shop.
Y/heu taken ho immediately
AOKNOWLEDOKD JflS OCItT
and delivered np a half-dozen kid glove* which
ho then h-id on his person. He was lucked up
in thu Central Station, wboro he still remain-.
Hopes wore entertained that ho would give evi
dences of tbo complicity of other dorks in tho
establishment, and consequently tho arreut
wah kept extremely quiet, but thus far no
further arresto have been made. Ilopworth im
plicates soma tlficen otliors, hut can give no evi
dence that would warrant tbe authorities in ar
resting them, or tbolr discharge by tho Urm.
ItCI'WOUTU’S HTOIVV,
■a told to a Tmuu.v’z reporter yuftlerd&j after
noon, is an extremely sad one. He in a bright*
looking youug roau of about 20 years of age,
largo hazel ayea, sharply dellned fu&Uiri'H. pram*
hieut nose, chlu, and forehead, ami altogether
voiy attractive lu appearance. Ho fell by falling
into lad company, aud baa gradually gouo
downwards uutil bn likh lamlod whore bo
dow ui. In addition to other vices, the tor*
riblo babltn of omum-cating and whisky-drinking
bate been faithfully fostered. The opulm ho
brought wherever ho happened to bo when tho
dobhu overcame him. 110 took it to drown tho
sonowa that he claims to have felt for the piti
ful condition of hi* family, aud whlaky bo drank
by ilia piut when onoo the opium began to uct
upon bin nerves. Ho baa alao boon accused of
Eamhliug, but this he tlrmly denies, mating that
o has been in a gambling house but once In bin
life, and then he went merely for the purpose of
seeing how such places looked. Hut Uis pre
sumable) that Hepworth la mistaken os to
this fact, fur the reason that ho seems
to be well-known in a ceitain gambling
community. The first article which ho says ho
took was a piece of lining eilU about 10 yards in
length, aud wortb about SI,IQ per yard. This ho
took last July. Ik was sold by an evil compan
ion of bis to Diamond, tho pawnbroker, aud bo
realized but $5 out of (bo theft. Other pieces of
silk followed, and these ho sold himself to Dia
mond, who, he claims, urged him ou to further
thefts, oiforing him bright money for ulco silks
and good drosft patterns. Meyers, another
pawnbroker, at 3115 couth Clark street, furnished
a second fence for the stolon goods,
and also urged him on to further misdeeds.
Ibis cormorant received in all, two large shawls,
four small shawls, one dozen kid gloves, and
one dozen pocket-knives. Diamond gov most of
the silks aud other articles. According u> hiu
statement ho hoe worked in the packing-room
for the past sixteen months at sl3 Per veok.
Ills parents were so poor that they could not
ailord medical attendance for his poor bod*
ridden ft* v .»r, who bos not been outside of bis
room for tbe past throe yeais. Koveitheless,
the money which be got from bis thefts be was
if raid to spend on them, and consequently they
ire no party to bis gollt. His only reason
for Us pilfering! Is lbs Inordinate
dcslr. for whisky and oplnm. Tho wpnrttr
rlallod Ula homo yc.tordiy afternoon to \anfy
tho atatomeuta inatlo concerning
mn PAUIZ.T. . .
nia father la ft shrunken ekelatoo. but aim
bears tracca of once haying been a flno, e.uruv,
robust Englishmen. Flo I« unable to move from
hla hod. and la under tho moot aoulo anltoilus,
roaaltios from disease caused It a fall from a
buggy some three years ego. He wtie, years ego,
a wholesale drv-gooda merchant In Manoheatur.
England, bitt at present has lUllo olao then ft
remnant of* boms. They hayo no frimnli or
relatives, mt.-t are totally unable to do any
thing lor tbeh* unfortunate eon, not oven
to defend Mm In lua present position.
They were pcrtioulerly anxious that the name
should bo omitted In a ntwipapor retort, but
Ibnre seems to be no need of an attempt at any
such suppression, ae the firm have fully deter
mined upon his prosecution.
am. SIMEON VARWCI.T.
was visited last ovonlng at his homo, aud an*
nouncod to the reporter that tho prosecution
would be commenced Immediately. ami that
henceforth it was to bo tho policy of hi* Arm to
prosecute all such offenders. They have lost a
vast amount of goods, valued at some $16,000,
all within tho past year. How much morn
than this they cannot toll, aud will
never Arid out. They incline to tho
opinion that young Hepworth has really stolen
more than tho few hundred dollars* worth which
ho accounts for, and they have tin doubt but,
that he wan ably assisted hy otnrr clerks in their
emplor. Konwortb will be givou a hearing to
day, It Is stated that some of tho dorks impli
cated by Hupnorth receive $0 per week.
SUBURBAN.
KTHR PARK.
The new Trustees have done oas of the im
portant things they hod to do, 1. e., to All thoso
positions subject to appointment. In doing
this, they have verified the predictions mado by
Tub Tribune previous to tho election, and havo
shown that the balance of power rest* with
whai was known as tho Walto-Orolgbtou party.
At a second session of tho Board Saturday, it
was decided to proceed to otoct 01 Engineer and
other ohicots, la spite of the resolution passed
nt tho first session. The outside press
ure and Dr. Hughes wore too strong
for MobbM. Bonsloy and Powell, who
opposed hodty action. Mr. Bousloy want
ed time taken for naveral roaaonfl. Thoro
vote, bo thought, too many officials at high sal
aries ; since there was an Engineer at baud,
working till ho should ho supplanted, thorecould
bo 110 argument for haste ; tho pconle of tho
North End did not wank Mr. 'Waits for Engineer,
oto. Dr. Hughes, on the other baud, was in a
hurry. Ho stood promised to do a certain thing,
and was much disappointed whoa tbo motion
that virtually postponed the election was carried.
His constituents did wank Mr. Waite, and bo de
sired to show that ho could carry his will in tho
Board just then. By perseverance 0.1 his part,
or by some moans nurd outside, the mind of a
majority of tho pniscant nuxiottu was turned,
and Mr. Donsloy’o hopes of carrying au econom
ical measure vatriuboJ.
Mi, Georgs W. Waite was chosen Engineer,
and thus rewarded for his labor in behalf of tho
People's party. When Tub Tribune, some time
ago, predicted that this office would ho bestowed
as it ha* been, Sir. "Waite took particular occa
sion to declare publicly that ho was not a candi
date for any ofllco, elective or otherwise, ami
that he would not accept place under nay con
eldsratlon. Now bo has achnnooto prove himself
a man of his word. Many residents of tho vil
lage aro opposed to him, on tbs ground that ho
has few qualifications for tho portion, which m
perhaps tho most important in tbo list.
The appointees In full are: Village Treasurer,
A. D. Waldron; Village Attorney, C. H. Willett;
Village Engineer, Goorco W. Waite; Bupotln
tendeut of Public Works, Danlsl Iloaly 5 Super
intendent of Water-Works, William 11, Purdy;
Village Accountant, Joseph B. Lewis ; Village
Collector,Jlamos il, Ely. The salaries to bo paid
this year will bo recommended hy Messrs. Cal
houn, Bonslov, and Giilctt, who will probably
report ot tho next meeting.
Mr. Bonsloy's idea was that the same man
could perform tho duties of Engineer ami (Super
intendent of Public Works, aud that tbo Clerk
u.mld act also as Accountant, a reform that would
nave tho tax-paver* some thousands of dollars.
But the ring in Hyde Park proved too strong.
SUMMIT.
Tho spiritual affairs of tho German-speaking
people of Summit and vicinity aro attended to
by tho Bov. Parson Banthaus, and, by bis elo
quent sermons and good advico, many oro In
structed in tho way of righteousness. But thn
reverend gentleman Is rather too vehement In
his denunciations of tho public school, seeming
to regard all who are in any way connected with
(bo common school, either as teacher, pupil, or
patron, as walking lu tue way of the ungodly.
Tho young people of this place gavo a choice
literary eutoitainment Saturday evening to a
largo and appreciative audience. “ The Terri
ble Tinker * aud “ Andy Blake " wore tho pieces
presented, in bath of which tho leading charac
ters wore well sustained. John Allison as Am\>j
IHake, aud James Itooncr as Bam Sawder, wore
well-conceived character*, while Willie Long as
Mr. Poppinjton, Marv Long as Mrt. I’oppinjton,
and Mary Juuo-Kollv os Matty, drew forth tho
approval of tho audience.
Another outertaromout is to bo given in a low
weeks.
ItAILUOAO yfclWS.
A NEW RAILROAD PRESIDENT.
Mr. P. E. Hinckley, tha groat railway msgnale,
would do well to look out /or his laurola, fora
nnw competitor has just entered the tleldagaluat
him to obtain control of tbe network of Western
railroads. This pew Railroad Prince Ib dodo
other than Judgo Decknitb, the General Bolicit
or of tho Chicago ds Alton Railroad. Alatato
meeting of tha atockboldera of tho Illinois River
llallroad, tho Alton Railroad, which operates it
under a lease, obtained lull control by securing
throo out of tbo five Directors for tbla road.
Mr, XVookwilh was consequently elected and duly
installed as President of tbo new lino. Tbla roud
la now completed from Joliet, 111., to tbo Mazoa
Hirer, in Grundy County, s distance of 20 miles.
It Is, hovrerer. tho lutoniiou of Ur. Ilcckwlth to
extend tho read to Streator oa boou dq
possible, aod lurado Ur. Hinckley's
territory. Mr. Hinckloy will then have to look
out, for Mr. HcokwUh 10 no ordinary foo, and,
though yet young in tho baalneas, In old lu con
oral experience. Mr. Beckwith has alao been
elected President of the Wilmington Coal Com
pany and several other companlos having
adiios in tho Dtiadwood coal-Uolds, through
whose lands his road rune. Tboro in no doubt
that, under Mr. Beckwith's oxponenco and able
management, the above coal mines will be de
veloped to their fullest capacity. Of course,
Mr. Docknith'a companlos aro controlled by the
Chicago A Alton Railroad, which corporation
now runs no less than niuo branches, each one
hiving a dilTevipt President. Sir. T. B. Black
ulonois, however, tho hot a Preuldont, to whom
all tbe others have to rtpoit.
NEW YORK, WEST SHORE A CHICAGO.
Last Tuesday Judge Wallace, of tho United
States Circuit Court at Buffalo, printed orders
appointing a Receiver (or tbo Non Vorlr, West
Shore J: Chicago Railroad Company, and en
joining is from transferring any of Us property
covered by mortgages given by it to tbo Farm
er's Loan <b Trust Company. The following ia
the anbelance of (be orders, and explains tbo
caueo of tboir issuance.
I It appearing that tbo railroad company on Teh. 69,
181?. mortgaged to tho Trust Company tbs entire rill
road ami all IU tight* and appurtenances in trust to
aucutsiUs payment of tbo principal and lularsatcf
bonds of SI,OOO each to an amount limited to (13.000
pur mile of tbs length of tbs road bold by, or to bu
constructed by, lbs railroad company; tb&t tbs rail
road company afterward sold about U.COO of the b jiiiU
•soured by tbo mortgages, and that llfty of tbum,
•mounting to |4O,CiW, cams by iramifer into tbo po«.
smlou of tbs plaintiff; that tho railroad company
owns the right of way from tbo boundary line between
tbs Btatesof Now York sud Now Jersey, along tho woet
■bore of tbs Hudson Ulver and the south shore of tbo
Mohawk Ulver to tbs City of Buffalo, and valuable
property in that city, and also valuable Imichhti
and real estate acquired from tbo Now York & Fort Luo
Railroad Company; (bat tburailroad company made
default in the pay mint of naerc.il on (be bonds held
by tbs plaintiff; that tbu Truat Company bos been re
quested to foreclose tbo mortgages, uud baa refused:
that tbs railroad company boa failed to pay any Inter
est ou tbo bonds issued by it, which bauds amounted
to 8-1,000,000, and tho Interest now duo to 9.UI.000:
Out the railroad company U embarrassed by JI4O.'WO
of tloailng debt, owes taxes to tho amount of %U,0.0.
his out a large amount of protested paper, and
Is Insolvent; that the property of the rail
road company la InsuOcient and inadequate
security fur the bonds It baa Issued, and that tbo
properly of the railroad coui>any Is so situated Out
It cannot bu conveniently sold In whole or In portions,
mas to provide for lbs payment of the interest dm;
Ills ordered, for they voteotloa of the plaintiff and
tbs other bondholders ahat Llrlngstou Lansing, of tho
Chy of Buffalo, upon Uuug a bond in the penal sum of
IPW.'WO. with pro;>er suruLirs, bo appointed U»'«irer of
tbo railroad company with the usual powers of 80.
: cuivora Is like coses; sod that so Injunction bo Issued
enjoining lbs railroad company and all others, except
the llauciver, from Intanertaw la any way with any
i portion of the property amurauad In or ooverad by Ibe
I mortgagee! but nothing her ala ahoUhamastrued m
TH* CHICAGO TRIBUNE: MONDAY, JWT 17, 1875.
enjoining fha Trust Com*
t<> f.irecJo<«> ibe morlgajjw
trod by them.
anyfmrataV
, an.! soli tbi
ININOS FOI
RAILROAD E.M
me far repo:
1. The Hal
compsnlee i
e-third of
joart
Tho following ratlruado tiara tin
tlioir earnings fur Itio year 1874,
cltnles tho linro of fllxly*nin« ©
!J3,-102 mile* of road—about ooa
entire mlUafio worked during Uvo:
■j«;T i
iVomc 0/ HiKiif,
| 2.5V',47*4 3,697,938i11.«
l/iVJ.C.M 1,310.J4Pi 1.0
,v;.v2M »ia,MSj 6.3
I.IMJ.MC ),DO\U»7 3.6
1,:w,878 1/476,3111 6.6
i.jlA.oas i.un.ws a.D
i.iin.on i.ißo.sa-ii i.o
P3l-,m7 003,3361 4,1
C4.,((,U 618,033- 4.6
8.53 •,611 8,551,306 S.X
14,((<5,419 13,873,733 5.9
71,156 «,»» 16.1
6,13i«,Wf? 6,437.511 «.«
11,613,518 11,405.336 3.1
7VS,tV4 CW.IJft 6,0,
B.M.UU7 9,0(6,134 1,0
4,31',C03 4,0f7.((91M
«(5.nW 1153,316 33,5
3,073, 58-‘. 3,071,735 I'.U
3, 4,417,807 15.1
71?,491 1,074.157 33.3
9:C,OVJ 393,601 4.0
gq.UOI 7iP, 733 13.8
1,901,8*7 4.6
k?VJ3 i.inv-faavi
557,430 351,315 0.3
7,9(7.954 8,*31,im 4.6
I,6JV*3 ],553,3(3 6.1
1. 1,691,36.1 8.8
274,505 £43,781 8.3
1,309,574 990,376 32.3
1 31V-H3 1,437,577 «,3
161.0CU 141,730 14.0
17,14 MU 19,414,6 K> 11.7
174,01:! 189,8*3 7.8
1,448,05)1 1,401, MS 8.9
3,0-*4,051 3,068,078 1.3
V,W!,SU 9,139,875 1.0
3,150,795 8,441,821 8.5
rt 3,10 I 707,083 3 I
1391,019 2,5 M,13? 14.6
."OJ.ill!* 811,089 0.1
MVi>' 744,701 31.1
4, 5.0i1,W- 7.8
MW,O*9 0,554,0rf» O.f.
HI-V6l 1,067,734 20.7
3.803,977 3.707,943 3.6
aon-O,IU 3J,508,463 9.0
. 9,»»:i,«U’» 2,677.527 9.1
i'.r.hi.Oifl 8.842,0)7? 8,7
, 3,5?.?,316 8.9(1,314 7.0
. 8,5*9,472 9,0:9,074 10.6
I <7,fill.' (10,0661106.
. 111,.551 113.739115.fi
.) I,i;i2;AM J,V'4,5131 6.2
)| ],.•.>:,1:r 1,8M,65*i| 8.4
. r.V.VIt" 687,4'*8l 4.8
. !',212,11 !tJ 3,639,338 28,5
2, 11,:04,49*l 1 , :04,49* 2.8
. r4\i9'> a;w,9H i.o
, •J-'t.l'B 231,6*8 33.0
1.31-,072 1,191,0101 8.4
. i.ofU,ns i,*.si.hu* 13.a
. 1,997,721, 6,75H,8C7 13,9
. n.GD',3-0; J0,260,10t 3.8
. 8,703,039 8,510,740 2.3
. 1,1; M, 103 3,157,034 1.5
. (W5.:i0l (40,851) 8.4
, 861,920 869,189 1.8
. 13jV,9(4.!)01|t3!3.931.53S 4.0
Alkftbeny Valley...
A’cMsoti, Top. ft 8-m.Fe.
Atrlilsou ft Nebraska....
Atlantic ft Oiilf
Atlantic ft Pacific........
Dflvldwe Delaware
HurUiufton. C. It. ft Mluo
Camden ft Atlantic.......
i.’natMlof lii't*.
Q’lutml of .New Jersey,
Central Pacific...
Oh-irilor*
Chicago ft Alton
Chltvgo, Hur, ft Quincy..
Chlc-ino, Dan. ft Vhi
Chic., MU. ft fiL Pmil.,,,
Olor,, Col., Cln. ft Inifp’e
Clor., Ml. Vernon ft Drl.
CioTclMid ft Pittsburg...
Col., Chic, ft lad. Central
Coiumhua ft Hocking Vsl
Denver ft XL Of ancle, St,l,
Detroit, Lin. ft Like M*u
Detroit ft Milwaukee
Tile ft ntteburg
OH.,Clinton ft Hpring3i>ld>
lllluoli Cimlr.d
Ind., bloom. A Western..
Iridlanoro'ln, Cln. ft Laf,
ttiilt.ui»poU« ft Vlnconmui
lutctnttlnnal ft tU. Nortu
.Teh.,>Ld. ft ImllanapoPs
Knot ft Lincoln...,
L»ks Bjoro ft MJeb, South
Liwrcace.....
Little Miitul
Matoo Ccntml
Mirictta ft Cincinnati,...
MU'ottrl* Kansas ATcies
Mo.lUv., n.ScoltftOulL
Mobile ft Ohio
NewOwtloft Heater Val,
New Jersey Southern...
Northern Contmi
Ohio ft >H*^ls»lj*pl.
OilCreo’r A
Pacific of Mh-ft0urt.......
I’omiflylrania, Muln Line,
l’onn*ylvnnla, HmicLes..
rhliadciuhla ft Krln
inn*., Cm. ft fit. GiHts...
?nt«., rt. w. ft chiciyo..
I’ltt*., Vrt. A CharU»!on..
Quiaey,Missouri A 1i»0..i
Romo, iV.it. A OyJi i ni , .,.,l
Pt. L., Alt. AT. If. (M.L.)
RI.L. Alt. A T. H. |!».)..
St. L.. Iren Ml. ftSmlh..!
8L L. ft Southoji(<Tn....»
St. Paul ft Stouxtilty....
HlonxCity A St. 1’au1....
jvMitfl Cirolloa
ToL,Peoria ft Womaw...
Tol,, Wilunh ft M'ostern.
Untoa Pacific
ITnttod New Ji-rtry
Western Uulou.
Wu‘l jorery
Vl’uSt WIKCOUiIn.
THE DAOHAOE-S MASHERS.
To th» Editor of Tht Chwjo Tnbune :
Inhiajupous, Mat 1-I.—During tho last eight
months I havo traveled many thousand miles
over the railways, both of tho Stales and Canada,
and the groat comfort nod many advantages of
tho system of railway locomotion on this conti
nent could uotbat bo appreciated by mo—at com
pared with tkuso offered on the railways of my
own country. During my journeys, however, I
have also become familiar with the wanton
damage so frequently done to passengers' bag
gage. but I was scarcely prepared to see that
this kind of destruction had arrived at s sfato of
perfection, almost destruction, until I witnessed
it yesterday at tho Chicago depot of the Pitts
burg, Cincinnati & St. Louis lUiiway.
While wailing for tho Ba. m. (rain for Indlan
apoli.*, a train—apparently from tho South—
oamo in, and the boggago-car was discharged of
Its contents iu tho (allowing fashion t A board
was Aral laid to a steep Inchon from tho bag
gage-car door. A tall athletic young man stood
by its side, and as each trunk was pushed from
the iosido of tho car on to the board he seized it
by the handle at one end, and no sooner htd a
downward impetus been acquired than ho V '-i
it off the board with such force (hat each
came in contact with tho platform, some 4 or 5
loot away, tho pressure being bomo at the comers
or edges of the end opposite to that of
which tho young mao retained tho ' hold.
While this process was rapidly going
on, tho baggage quivering. aed (bo
splinters Hying, tho assistant porters stood at a
respectful and safe distance to receive aad roll
off the trunks, etc., to the aide. As if to show
by contrast tho slowness of tho old mode, and
its Inferiority to the Hcieotillo plan, tho last box
was allowed to slip down tho incline to the very
bottom, and its spued wad lessened by means of
a long strap-handle at the end. It lo right to
etato that this bos did not belong to tho passen
gers, but was evidently tho property of the rail
way company I On examining the platform af
terwards, I found it indented by the concussions,
aa tliougu it had been auHerlng from a virulent
attack of tho smail-pox, The performance waa
Hupplomontcd by the ordinary feat of throwing
tho trunks on to tho trucks, on which they wore
conveyed to tho baggage-room, the atbleto
named taking the leading pact.
Hurcly this young man’s strength and skill are
misdirected, aucl should bo diverted to more
prolitablo account. Might it not bo worth while
fur I*. T. Barnum to secure him at on increased
'alary, in ordor to utilize him os an exhibition of
destructive strength on some less objectionable
objoeta than passengers' baggage ? Should tho
demand for such exhibitions increase, others
equally capable could doubtless soon be found in
the vast railway training-school for bagc*B«-do-
Btruciion. In conclusion. It sueras strange that,
in tho otherwise uuequalod baggage system of
Amoiioa, such rooalceoncaa as to passenger*'
propoitv should bn permitted to exist. Apolo
gizing for tho length of this loiter, 1 bog to re
uuiu, your obcdiuut servant,
Ax Exausmux.
THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL.
Tbe Tralßs Department of tho Illinois Csntral
Railroad reports tbo April eatnlpua as follows t
| 1870. | 1874.
Iu Illinois, 707 mi1e5........ .•.5fiU.01LU UN; 7j7.H0
Jq lowu, IJJ mile* I 137,0W.10j Ui.Mi.CO
Tutu, 1,100 miles |<o»<i,7lß^l|»o3fl,OCl.aa
Tho Land Department reports for April sales
of 2,031,03 acres for $15,237.23. Cosh collec
tions amounted to $25,1G7.17.
ITEMS.
A bill b&s been passed by the Michigan Legis
lature, and approved by tho Governor, requiring
railroad companlos, In cose of accidents result
ing In tho death of any person on their road, to
promptly notify tho nearest resident Coroner,
They ore also required to notify tho Stale Rail
road Commissioner of all accidents. It Is node
his duty to examine Into all the causes of fatal
accidents, and bo Is empowered, in his discre
tion, to mako similar examinations la cases
whole bo deaths occur.
Mr. John W. Q&rroU, President of tbeßoUl
moro i Ohio Railroad, is expected in tbia city
Wednesday. Ibis la Mr, Qarrett’is dm visit to
tbla city since tbo completion of tbo Chicago Dl
vision of tbo Baltimoi* & Ohio Railroad. It ia
believed that this visit has something to do with
tho selection of n slto for a dspot of his rood, aa
tho lease of tho Exposition Building expires
Juue I,
On tbo lot of May tbo Chicago A Alton Boil
road Company reduced (hu waged of all their
shop-men, mechanics, carpenters, and other em
ployee, 10 per cent. Tho wages of euaineera and
train-mon wore not reduced. It ia understood
that several other roads intend to ttduce tbo
wages of tholr employes, business being so dull
that retrenchments bavo become a necesdty,
Tlie gross earnings of tbo Union I'aclfo Bail
road Company for March, 1875, wore 4818.(63.05,
being an increase of $2:11,030.00. or 84 percent,
upon March of last year. Of tbia increase,
$103,839.81 was from panaengors, so7,Git,6a
from freight, and $28,076.61 from other aoureta.
Freight rates to tbo Kant are being fearfullj
cut at Toledo. In eomo instances freight for
Now York baa beau token aa low as 19 cents per
100 pounds.
The Baltimore A Ohio Bailroad carried the
first way mail from Defiance to this city last
Tuesday.
Centenarians*
Pad Halt Gantts,
Notwithstanding tho success of Mr. W. 6.
Thoms in snubbing rentenai tans,and reducing the
oaten ible age of these presuming persons with
in what he holds to bo reasonable limits, bod
oaaea of eeotaoariaulsm occasionally come to
light. The province of Monster is in open rebel
lion against the orthodox " threescore yean and
ton,” Judging ixom (bt following instances el
lODfftrflft Tha tsteran patriot, James KUiane.
of Jlloyballa, has Just putted away, having
attained the extraordinary ago of \\l
years. Boring the late Kerry election tl»Is
old gentleman walked in from hit residence to
tho polling-booth at luatowat, a distance of G
miles, and recorded Ida vote In favor of lha
Home-Rule candidate. Dcaldea this dating
offender, “old Houlihan of nallrdonohne,” and
Mra Benson, of Lialowol, have, It appeals, Junt
paid the debt of nature at the age of 1(14 and 10;)
years, wldlo Idstowet is still enlivened by the
presence of •' old Naner Trent of 120018010™,’*
who, at tho ago of 100. walks eight mites to
church every Sunday, What with had example
end original via vllrc, there H really no flaying to
what lengths tide old lady may carry Tier
penchant for prolonged existence.
leg praßMfl
i proparty
THE REUNION.
The reunion bas come and gone, like every
other thing on this sublunary sphere; and who
shall say how many hearts have ached under
silicon vestments, ami how many eyes have grown
sad and dim, oa the pageant of gay troops swept
paatl Row many mothers have sadly mmort
away, and, with hearts filled with anguish, hare
wept for tbo fair-haired boy over whoso grave
many summer-skies have brightly shined and
tropica] flowers have bloomed! Never again will
the eloquent eyoo beam with love on her who'o
pride and Joy ho was; nevermore will tbo lips
niter tbo loved word, Mother I Silent in death
the voice whoso Ugliest tones wore melody to
her ear. Unheeded alike tbo sound of the
reveille, the bugla'o blare, tbo qu!clc>epolion
word of command, the din and bustlo of the
hurrying throng. They can never roach or
waken him who sleeps whore the song of blrdw
*fllle, and tho fragrance of the orange-bloom per
fumow, the air around his grave.
Nothing remains for her but sad romarabrance.
Others may, and doubtless will, foiget; but the
mother, neverl To her tho brilliant, happy
troops bring no cheerful remembrance. Mem
ory, ever busy, goes back to the time when bo—
a little, caro-froe child—clapped his dimpled
bauds iu gloo losco ether troops, with waving
plumes and prancing steeds, sweep by. How
little did she dream then, in thoso happy dayu.
of tho desolation that would overshadow her
heart 1— how little dream that ho, her idol,
would at last sleep in death, with the fair brow
she so tenderly caressed, dinfigiirod and black
ened with tho dust and smoko of battle, while
his heart's blood bminwed tuo turf on which lie
lay. Merciful indeed uro lbs ways of Provi
dence, that vouchsafes to mortals no rllmpao of
what tbo future may have in store. No knowl
edge of the lonely grave iu Southern lands, that
a mother's care ami love would never hallow,
and over wbloh her prayers could never bo
murmured, marred Iho happlno&B of tbeso
most hours. Enough that, in lator years,
her heart would bo wrung with nngul.di;
that bitter scalding tears ulionl 1, iu tho dreary
watch of rnanv a lingering night, bo shod upon
the pillow, whoso soft luxuriance could neVr
produce sloop or lull into forgotfulnssi. To
her the pageant of to day is mockery, bringing
back with all its vividness the agony of tho h<ug
ago. When death shall at last seal her oycluta
in their last slumber, (bon, and not fill then,
will the anguish of her heart bo fonrottou.
When tho weary hamia are folded on the lifelong
breast, and tho loving hpa aro analnd in death,
then only will their sunplicat.onß cea»o for grace
and strength to boor tuii weary weight of woo.
Then —
Drava hearts, tla s Joyfnl reunion
To nil who were loyal ami tru«.
To thoso who, in wars Hint are ended,
Xiravoly fought for (lie Ue<l, White, and Blue.
But, alas I there ere, oh 1 v.Myimny
Tour reunion on earth m’or c.ui view:
They eleep where Mii , yf < ‘ ; h lighting bravely
Tor the lovu cf tho JloU, While, mid I'l-te.
Auuaitt Verroh.
CurcAOO, May 15, 1075.
A. Woman Riirieil Allro.
L'oflMn Tranttrtpt,
Tho bodyof tho wife of a well-known citizen
of Westfield. Jliiae,, who apparently tiled a year
anil a half ago, tv as recently oxlmraod for builal
in another lot Some persons present lied the
curiosity to open tho cofllu, and discovered, to
their horror, that tho corpse was (nrued over,
and tho hands of tho dead woman wore clutched
Into tho hair of hor boat], while her burial cloth*
Ingwao torn to shreds in many places. fhero
would sopru to ho llttlo doubt that sbo wan buried
Alive, nnd that Bho met o horrible death iu hor
gtavo.
Our merchant Tailors
have msdt nunauully liberal preparations for the
present season. At tho very olegi&t rooms of
R. J, Woldlio, —McViclicr'u Theatre Building,—
for a quarter of a century an accomplished nod
deservedly popular representative of tho profes
•loo in Chicago, tho not? spring and summer
stock*] in Scotch. English, and French grades, of
the highest and flnent grades, comprise a great
deal (bat is entirely no* to our markets, and trill
amply repay general inspection.
Burdott Organs.
Not content with the world-wide reputation of (be
organa bearing his name, Mr. UurJctl bus still further
improved It by the recent introduction of several
valuable inventions, which largely increase its capacity
■ml improve Us quality of tone. For sale by Lyon A
lloaly, IdaflUleitrcst,
Everybody Haa Noticed
that when (hey give IlUger, Jenkins A Faxon, 339 and
331 State street, (boir order for new bedding, papering,
decorating, or for curtains or lambrequins, they get
tho very beat article at bottom figures and well done,
too.
It Is Amazinir
that people neglect their teeth so slmnefally, Soto,
dont used with a brush of medium bardneso, would
keep any set of teeth in exccllouk condition always,
Do sot forget (his great fact.
Pianos and Orgvtna,
One hundred pianos and ortf'in* to rent, also second*
band pianos for aale at great bargain*, to makn room
for new slock. W. W. Kimball, Stale and Adama
streets.
Chlclrorlugr Pianos
contain aHUtobt Improvements. Over 16,000 personi
have teatlfied to their superiority, Reed's Temple o<
Music, 03 Van Burcu street.
Tbs growing popularity of tho Qlen Flora mlotw 1
water Is wUUout s precedent, Aak your drugglat for i
circular giving all particulars.
A Life of Suffering
is often causejUy lilies. Constant application of Dal*
ley's &loglcal Itla Extractor will completely cure (be
disease. A sure euro for skin disbneri o Wo. CO
SPECIAL NOTICES.
J Centaur Linimouts
“liny pain, subdue melllngi, I 104!
burai, mil will euro rheumatism,
*r*»lu« *nd any drib, boon or muscle
ailment. Tbo Whllo Wrapper li for
_ family uie, tho Yellow Wrapper la for
tulmsli. Prlco 6u coauj large hot-
Jpfy\*rpOE tlcsll.
_ j A reuinrUnlilo Jn»
stance of (ha citlro euro of Com
W stltuUoiiil hrroluU by tbo internal
ltu'jJ7 I adnnulsUailon and ettmnal an-
S-. plication «f UlMifi' LINIMENT
Ljir oniDIJ US) AMMONIA I,
-CP;bo topic of cprnomilun in tned
-77 l e .V cl s fl l #l * hlxlliar.
Olios’ Llnlmsntof lodide cl Ammonia Is a sura euro for
the roost snsere attacks ol boro lluost. it will giro pan
til?tfno*aa and. flort-neu of tho Moiclra and Joint*
and llboutrallo I’alns, I bjvn eiporlenctd Immediate
relief from Giles’ Liniment lodide Ammonia.—Tiiousg
Bigwt. WallacVa Theatre".
Tho Proudest Woman In Town
la the woman wb» Brat tried HLKCTUO.BILICON to
polish her Mirer teapot. Such a shining, radiant, das
slisg teapot was nareraoen before. Electro Silicon la a
natotallnfoaorUlproduotofaNerodattlne. It does col
scratch, wear, or corrode, but it products tbo moat aston’
labing poliji in tho world on Gold, Silver, and alt Bo*
aurfaecs. Sold by House Furnishers. Druggists, Jewel
or*, and Grocers. AgonU, OILLET, McOULLOOII A
GO,,M and *Buat!> Wator.it., Chicago.
A Vnlunblo Discovery.
Dr. O. W. Benaon. a practical physician, 1M North Bn.
Uw-at., Baltimore (who «** naidmuon attention to norv*
disease*), his ulaoovcroU that extract nl colory and
cbunomlle combined, In a certain proportion. Invariably
euh« cither bilious, dyapepuo. norvouapr aickbeadaebu.
pou algta and ucrsnusoihi. This la a triuupb In medical
choolstnr. sud aullersri all over the country arc ordoriug
byindl, lie piepstes It In fills at 60 asula pur bos. Tbo
1/oeto. la Isravlr baouru.and highly icspectod la Halil
iflore.-Evlacoval Muthutpst.
B*Jd brVAW bCIIAACE. STEVENSON A REID, No.
>1 Lako-u.. ourncr Dearborn, and all dragatsu.
EDUCATIONAL
nOTTAQI UILL BKUINAHY FOR YOUNG
\J ladloa, Pooghkeeuale. Uatohasa County, N. Y.. On*
tho-iladaon. pourta ol study ooroprehonilro. Moeloand
fluaruaapooUity. lutrnatloalboraugbiQ srarTbraach.
WMirriMWiililini TT TT rririr r, PriaaTauA FscpT,
BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
ACCIDENT riremUM®.
mint nAnrroKi) accidknt insurance com*
A pinf, tif Ilartiord. Conn., times pnllcfoe far »nf
Uia* (rum non Car t'lunaynar. Ottles of Western Po«
mrtment. >C9 Daartarn-at., CbteafO. O. D. I'ALMEIt,
Manager. '
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
TPOIIST A iUtADLKV* MANUFACTUKING COM.
A* |>»ny— l'l.i»s Utdloß ami Wilkin* UiUXrAton,
.sulky Hay lUUoa, iml it. U. Horapara. Sr to 63 North
Deiplatuva-at.
WALTICR A. WOOD MOWING AND REAPING
Machine OcfUbSnr—KtnluMvw Manafsetcror* Walter
A. Wood'n Iron Mower and HelMUklng Kenner, Sinaia
orComlilncd. General Wemern Ortica 906 haie-tt.
ALL-RIGHT UANUFAOTUREB.
For Corns, Itaalnn*. Bnrna, Outs.Rta.,
25 cents.
7. KIRK BTHI’IIKiNH, Sots Proprietor,
124 Hambem-A’.. Chlogs.
AETISTS* MATERIALS.
A DROTP A Truth, IMPOUTKRS AND DRALKIW
in Ayltst MaiatMs, ArebUeou'end Knitaeeii' Bta
tionery, Wa* glower tloods, Ao.. 66 M*rtl«nTi-et.
AMI3T3' MATERIALS AND FRESCO PAINITKO.
PM. AI.MIM A CO.,
• ISII'tiIU'KKN OK AND DEAT.RiM IN
AUCnOH AND COMUI3BION MERCHAm
■noCKIVKU,, WIU.UMM A CO., AUCTION AND
XV Commie*tvn MoroliAim, 77 tml79 Dearbora-ib. Clil
ei*e> Hell Henl Kitwte, Drf Good!, Knots and Shies,
Uit* and CAi>«, Furalturo, Household (luo<l*, and Gen*
bml AletohandJio. Fonlculsr atlemluu eiroo to outside
► alee.
AWNINOD, TENTS, AND WAQON-CO7CR3.
rmioAoo anip.ciiANDi.imY co.. hump and
\J WiroOorda*'). Twlnnj, Duck, Naval Hloros, eto>,
Tl»**, Touts, A>»nlnei, KaUs, ('.ovoie. ele.,
Snsourh watAk-st., Lakr-st. urioob.
T711.A08 AND DANNERS—COTTON DUOK.
i 1 OlLUlillT HUIUIAUI) A C(K,
303 to W8 boilth Walor-it.,
Cornor FUth-ar.,
Ciiletgo.
GF. FOSTKU, HON A CO.,
• ManufacturerßOi
Awnlngi, 'Font*. Fisas li.inu?r«. Rffl.,
UoalorsluCordtje. Twines _ _
Uuckot all wliltus, Rto., Rto.
TTALLOOK, 110LMKS ft CO..
Ji uitu'rcjUAr.m’ uuunrin and leather
* Uniting, Engine end CV>mltictlti(r Ho.oi,
bum I'.-cVlns. Eire llnse, out.
BIRDS AND AQUARIA.
Frbdkarmpfku. „
DEAhER In BINGING BIRDS,
Uoldtish. Wax-KlowerGnodt,
aud Taxldurulila 1 Materials.
BLANK BOOKS, STATIONERY, AND PRINTINQ.
J.M. V 7. JONES. . , „
I« enilnflnfJy hnsa joarters for Ail
BUI’PIiIKS I.VTUIi AKOVR I.INItS,
And coatluuee to ftl) order* rweroptlv and at fair prioet.
NOS. W AND 1W MADISON-tiT.
BOOKS.
Jansen, M’cr.Tmo a 00.-booksklleiis and
Pdlilhliots. 117ajdllti8Uto-it.
T\r I). KRKN, OOOKB A CO.-BOOKSELLERS
T» . and Pulilluners. 11J and 115 .Slato-st.
TTI. WERKII A CO.-MANUFACTITRERS AND
« Jobber* nr Hoote and SlioM. 127 and U*» Matknt-it.
CANNED GOODS AND TICKLES,
PA. waiunkr-oa.nnrh fruits, depot
• for sale of Onital Lake Pickle* and Canned Goods,
California Canned r’rnlU. . . _ . .
W, vifMROM. ( JiiUlmopalN. O. NtfMflON.l Baltimore
1. W. NOMfIOH,{ bpcclaU. W.N.NutisoM hpeclAla.
OAHFKTSi
CPENCER n PRGK-OAfIPRTINOfI. CURTAIN
O Hood* and Paper Hanging*. 114 and 197 WabaiU-ar.,
cnroi’t 1 AiUm«-*t.
• OARTET CLEANING.
Save ynuu carpets, ny having them
cleaned liy the lloMon fSuam Cnrpol.Cleanln* Co.,
wiionmlti# only fsrfeot Garnet Cleaner in tke United
iiUlc*. 4t and 4d tVo*l Adanie.su
DC. FOOTE, THE OLD EASTERN CIGAR MAN
. ufaotumr, tus a Wo*t*mi Factory, CA and 67 South
Wnler-u. Ke->t i-ramls are llnr do. Henry Clay* tier Dot
Pluumler, lfo«e, Vu'inr, and LfonMcala.
COITUS AND BPIOB MOLD.
WT. UoLAUOIU.IN-“UNI()N MILLfJ"-OOF*
• feu*. bj’lcrj, aad Cottage Unking Powder. 83 and
M Sooth Watfr-ot.
CROCKERY.
T)OWRN A KENT-UHOOKKRV. CHINA AND
JJ OifiMW&ro, lamps, and Kerosene Goods. 3& and 2d
Wabaift-ar.
CURTAINS AND BEDDING.
DB. i.ivkrmouk.
. CURTAINS. CORNICE. SHADES,
Mailretsce, Redding,
Table Linens, and Upholstery Goods.
CUTLERY,
RANDALL,TTALL A CO-IMPORTERS AND DEAL
i ere. Cutlery, Table ami Pocket Knives, llaxonanu
liolMof. 2ia LakjHde Oolldlng.
DENTAL INSTRUMENTS,
SAMUEL S. WHITE—DENTAL DF.POT. 0. 1L
Uliigliam. Manager. 14 and 16 Madbon-at.
DOLLAR STORES.
DON’T FAIL TO VIHIT UTKIN'S DOLLAR STOUR,
the only airtctly dollar bouao lo tho city, where you
onn find everything yon ouy want. 106 Kaat HadUon-at.,
poarOlvk.
DRUGS.
E BURNHAM, SON A CO.-IMPORTBR3 AND
• jobber*. W and H UkMt.
FULLER A FULLER—
IMPOttfHRS AND JODOBRS.
21,21, and 96
Market-at..
Chicago, 111.
DRY OOOD3.
■RICHARDS, SHAW, FITCH A WINSLOW—
J V Wholesale Dry-Good*. Norlboavt corn :r HiaW and
ftiadhon eU. New York oißooi 115 Wonh«w(.
CKOW-PKTBRSBN, WBERO A CO., NO. 3 SOUTH
O OUrV.Bf.t London Honker*. (ho London Joint Stock
Bank; Paris Baokora, Credit Lyonnais} Hamburg Bank
ci», Di* Vorcicsbnuk.
■FURNITURE.
AL HALB A HIM)..
. I/UH-SITURR,
200, 3a2. Ul, end 3''o
KandulpH-at.,
Cnteago, lU>
/~t EOROR GILBERT - MANUFACTURER AND
IT UaalerlcvXi'uruUuru, Fluaaad Medium. £47and2l3
Wab&ib-or.
GENERAL R. R, TICKET OPTICES.
OAI.TIMOIU: A OHIO U. R. 18 Til 15 ONLY LINE
IJ tellluf llckon bt K»«(ora elite*, good until mod, al
rednoid ra»«. Wellington. 410} Ralllmor*. slo| Phlla*
dolpbla. &13| New York, 818.2.'. Oibco, W LaSafio-at.,
or at tnn depot. KipodUon Uuildlng.
T AKB nncmit A MICHIGAN SOUTnF.RN RAIL.
J-J wjy Uoooral Tloket Oflon. M and M Clerk-st.. fiber
man 11..m0 Block: Union olHce In rotunda of Palmer
Mniieej depot at tho head of LaSalloat., on Van Duron.
Through can and low rates.
M ininn an central a orrat western r,il
G.'fioial Ticket OAlce. 67 OUrk.it., comer Randolph.
T’no faronte paaaouier lias tu the Rant. The itonrtwt
roulo u. B .olon. Tnennlr lino running Pullman cars to
New fork via both N. V. Central and lirle Railway*.
rpICKFTOmORS-PITTSnURO. FORT WAYNE A
I CHIOAUO AND PENNSYLVANIA LINK
-66 ClarlC'Si,, Grand Pacific Hotel, earner Madhon and
Canal-st*., and at Depot, Oaaal.»t.,nearlda>llion. Three
daily trains, wph Pullman Palace Care, Ratos alwaya
as tow as soy other line*.
TICKET OFFICES OHIOAGO. BURLINGTON A
(Juinryll. It., tOOUrk it., depot fool of Lake, win*
d.iw Ao. li| Inoiaua-h*. siatinn; ('anaUt. stallun. Only
lino running Pullman 14-wtioolad sloeplng-oars, lamest
made, between Chicago and Council Bind*}lor*aw sad
coituuft una ifpauoiL
Glen Flora.
GOLD PEN MANUTACTUEEB.
DW. TAINTKR. PRACTICAL GOLD PKN MAKER,
• Pena to suit any baud. Rupolatlug 600 to 7So, aud
warranted. >TClatk-»l.
/tranor sporting, ducking, and light.
U nlug Powder, tbo beat In tbo market. Bold by all
dealers, and recommended by tho champion wing shot of
America. OapL A. U. Uugardaa. LaFLIN A UANI)
POWDER Cl).. 1 Btato.st., Chicago.
QUHB AND PffIEIHO TACKLE.
rpHR ORIENTAL GUNPOWDRR—B. IC. EATON.
A Uuaa and Plstofo. KlaMug Tackle, Ac,, U SUW-it.,
Chicago. Kitftbll.hod la&fc.
HARDWARE.
IJtDWTN nUNTa RONS—HAIUIWAIUt* 61 AND «
jj Lake-at. Established IblT.
TtfBRCfIANTS* HOTEL—CORNER CLARK AND
XrA Lake-ite, Bost.loontod hotel for buatnsas-tnon In
tbo city. Newly Utted for spring trade. Aocommod*.
lions lor famlllosand alaglu persona at reaionablo rates.
Transients, g'i per day. O. It. (.ILL, Manager.
LUIIBEB.
A VERY, MURPHY A 00.-MANUFACTURERS OF
J\ {.umber, Shingles, uu, eto., corner I lak andTw*a.
ty-seocod-su. .Omoago.
/"UIAUNLRY BROTHERS—WHOLESALE AND RK-
Ouil Lumber, Lath, ami Hhltiulos. Yard, corner Qmr.
rr and Culogne-ata. Office, !£W South Wator-st. Lumber
market.
ti i.u«. ..r .... a. i/ia/ini.iui at.
ArtUU* aod Painters' Ma*wrl»l«,
A, id W/i» Flower Onml»,
Old fllAlu-)t., UIIiCAKO.
Cnicaao.
BELTING AND EO3B.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
OIQAR MAinTFACTURBR.
roaman exchange.
GUNPOWDER,
HOTEL,
TjiORD RIVER LUMBER COMPANY—MANUKA O.
i? lunraot and wholesale dealer* In Lumber, eto. Yard,
Throop-at., south of Twenty-second, Lower, 3U Suutb
Watcr-at,
Kelley, wood a co-manufacturers of
and wholesalu dialers In Lumber. Office and yard,
corner Won Twaoty-aeooua at. and Centre-av., Cnlcago.
C. K. MARTIN. WHOLESALE DEALER IN LUM.
O bur, shingles, doors, aash, Ao., bare always In sleek a
full assortment, ..particularly of tbo bettor grades of dry
lumber, sldiug, (louring, Ac, Urdora tilled at very lowest
rates. UjUThroop-at. '
rnUE B. L, ANDERSON OOMPANY-MANUPAOIU.
1 ceta and daaloro In Lumber, el*., ate., coiner Flak and
Twonty-eoccod-st*., Lblcago.
TW. HARVEY—WHOLES AMI LUMBER (TO
• dealer* only I. Send fur pries list of Mllllngst'a Pat
out Siding, now being used In preference to all other cor
era. Ten jxar cent mure surface; better In overy respect.
Cornet Morgan audTwentyaeoond»aU.. Cbtcagu.
rpHE LCDIKUTON, WELLS A VAN SIIAIOK CO
J, Lumbar Jdorchaots. Ml South Watorai.
rhlik KIRUY-OARPHNTUU GOMI’ANV-LUMHKR
1 luanufacluyora and dealers, t’rlcolpal oMca, L o-i lt.
iL. near I'weuiy-euoond. Salesroom. 321 South Water
»t.! Ohlcsgo. A. A. UAUi’ENTER, i’raaldauu S. V.
GIUBS. bscrstary.
T^aSSfc 1 '
Yu*
BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
HOMAN HAIE GOODS.
MQLAMnitOOK- .
. whoi.imulb and retail
liaalor In Human flair Omnle,
M Stals-at.« orpotU* _
. FIKM> * tttTTICIVB.
ICC.
TAB. P. SMITH A CD.—DEALERS IN IOR. 118
U Mooroe-»l.
IVOEY,
GO. THOMAN—TUUM'TI AND DKAT.RR IN
• iToty, Lignum Vine, lleswoo,', and Ebon;. lw
hiate-st., corner Almllaou.
JEWEim
nir.Kfl. nnoTifKß a go.-whole;..*t.r a ni%
IT tali. Anoaleaf Ktgln Waiehse, Rogers. k Co,'*
BllferUoons. &M and '...a Wsbs»li-ar.
LIME AND CEMENT.
T J. MONTtOUK-OKMRNT. OHfOAOO AND
(f* Wisconsin Lime, Sow York anti Michigan Stneoo.
Plastering lUIr, eio. 61 Market-si.
LOOSIKQ-QI.ASOC3.
nuns. mantra
* Glass s,and Cornice,. Uosewoud and Walnut Mold,
logs, ail Wslmsft.qr.
LIOBABT.
OODD'S0 ODD'S LinRAUY
.. N»erft)ilncf In _
EPISTOLARY STATIONERY.
Ungeared Cards, ln*iuilnne. Rte.
No. S8 Monroe-si.
inLLIITEBT.
DU. PTSK * CO.—WIIOLKS AT.I! MILLTNRRV
. and Kiraw Uuuds, Lsdlcs' Furnishing and Fane,
Goode, homhwctl comer VYsbash.ar.and WasUlogtonst.
Hvi*. WKtIiRUKI.WIMPOiv'nCR op mu.t.l
« nary, Sirtw Goods. ami Notions. 106,108. and 110
Bialo-i»t., OTunOi.ssego A Co.
OKOAN3.
VfABON A IIAMLIN —G AI UNHT ORGANS. TUB
Dl standard of etcoßnno, among iDitrumoaia of the
class. 8U and 83 Adame-st.
PAINTERS.
T WfT.T.TAAtS—tTUUSB, SIGN, AND ORNAMBN
ft • Ml Painter. IVosoo I'alntleaand Catelminlng. 110
Monronst.
PAPEIUIIANIINGS,
TTItORR. jr.VKINS A l AXo>-PAPRR HANG
XX tug', wltvliiw Bliados, lU.l.ilng, and UpUulstorjr
(loads. fitnto it., Chnngo. *
PIANO 3.
TUMUfI BAURR A CO.—MANUYAOTURBR.B ANU
r) denlon In I'ienne. Orgsns, and Minimi Merchandise.
General Agents fnr the Gold Modal Kuabo Plano. South'
east oornrir S ate and Mimnw-u.
REAL ESTATE.
Brown, mA-simimiiAN phopiirty a spr
clalty. Komu 4 <Uh Jlhck. 113 LaMalle.at,
RUBBED QOOD3.
Halloo#. noi.Mr.s.i co.-ruhiibr clothing,
UindaamlOrorshin», Vlorre-Co-ron, blvtloWand*.
C'arrlafl* Cloib, Nurwry Miecllnc, Oombi, Olotss aud
Mlttoai, Doornail Wa*im Uprluva, Ganlcu lloao, etc.
K* uml UP Randolph-*!.
SAVINGS BANKS.
fpHB STATD (UVI.VUM IhSTM UTION-
X 60 aud &l Laballo-sU.
Chicago, 111.
Six pu cent ltd crest
paid on depotlt*.
school Aim cncraon furniture.
Sherwood SCHOOL fuuniturk 00.-manu
fsctiuers of School, Church, and Often Furniture,
and Dealer* In Sooohl Ap| nratna. 181 and 180 BUlo-»t.
BEED3.
TTOVEY A CO.-OnoWKKS, IMPORTERS, AND
J. L Dealer* in Field, Garden, and Flower Reeds, Hortl
cultural Implement*, Lawn-Mower*, llnillo-Worb, do.
1(1 Stato-sl.
SEWING BILK AND TWIST.
VTONOTUfIK SILK CO., MANUFACTURERS 0?
J.N OartlcelllSUk and Twist. HlMtata-at., Chicago.
erar-cfIANDLEEs,
•nuNUAM A norr-snip-ouANDLPRS and sail.
J.'makers, Onrdi»»e, Manila and Hemp Lathyaro, Caaraa,
Wlm-ttopo. A c. *
TJCRINGTON A nriUANixiN—SHIP-CHANDLERS
L and dull.Maker*. 270 and 278 Bomb Wator-it.
SHIRTS.
* F. A TON—M ANUF ACT U RRR OP RIURTS AND
J\ * Oaata* Underwear, and Dealer la FurnUblng Ooada.
l*6Dlateat.
STOVES (WHOLESALE),
TiUJLLER, WARRFN A CO.,—SIANUFACTDRERS
A 1 ot Sloror, Uanires and Furnaces. M and 60 Lalcn-at.
STOVES AND HOUSB-PURIUOfIING GOODS.
TAAtRrt P. DALTON-IHJALKR IN RTOVRS,
t) llanft':*, Iturnscer, and all kind* of UouaekeDpln*
Goods. ll*2 and 194 Riato*at.
KTEAB. COFFEES. AND BPIOES.
NOWLKB. CLOYCR A 00.-PIKUNIX MILLS,
Toaa. Ct>»eo«, and flple«>. Mand 81 iUror at.
TOYS,
VKHOIIO. RUIILINO A CO.-MANUPAOTUnRHS
V GbUdrnit'a Carrlaros and Importers of Tore, Fancy
flood*, Mini o**ol, Flaking Tackle, Ao. 1(0 and 1U
TWTNE3 AND CORDAGE,
Manilla and hts-»l hoph.
Hemp and Manilla t.atliyrm,
Rtooland lr<n Wire Rope.
QILDERT IIUUIlAllI) A CO.,
203 to a 4 South Water-*!., Chicago.
TYPE FOUNDBRa
TLLINOm TYPE FOUNDING CO.-ISB AND 803
X Clark-at.
VTfEOAB.
PRURSINO VINEGAR WOIIKS-R. L. TRUSSING
A CO.. Proprietor*. Tt and 86 Mlchlgan-av.
toolewib oomoribNiißs.
Mr. F.UIK A CO.-SU AND 313 LAKE-ST.
« Tlmlargeat Candy.Houre In the United Mtaios.
WHOLESALE WOOLEHB,
■DIDDLE A BOYD.
XJ Imimrtore and Jobber* fa
WOOLENS AND TAII.OKh 1 TRIMMINGS,
Hemored to
1W and 40 Madlsen-st.
PKOPOijATiS.
PROPOSALS FOR MILITARY SUPPLES.
„ Drror QtunißßMAßTxn's Ornc*,l
lUSGirenlst., rnlladnlphta, April*, IMS. V
Sealed ptojiosah, In duplicate, with a copy of this *d*
vertliement attached lo each. will be received at this of.
lico until uuou, May 96, 1876, for furnishing (bo United
Ntatcs Cjuarturmasiar'e Department with tue following
named aiiielei, *lz.:
H.IIItU AM JlflG., *l.. .
X, 197* t'nlfuim Dress Cap*. C,(» 0 Campaign Hale, 00,000
ami Oovom, lud.iati pairs Woolen Hteckloci,
hK'.lkU pair* Wlil'o Berlin (limes, 86,000 pain Qouts.W,-
OiW naira Shoes, tl.uo Wooten Blanket". 85.0011 pain Wool*
ea Mtitone, *OO Wall Tool" without flloa. 9,000 Common
Toots. 7UJ dozen Scrubbing Brushes, flo,oooyards 0-1 "tur
bine Kersey. 3,<717 yards racing Cloth. various color*,
800.000 yards gny twilled ruining Flannel, 60,000 yard*
colored On tum .leans | alto, Helms'", Hurro. (lair Plomea,
Cord* and Band*, I’op Pieces and Plume Socket", Kujtloi,
hcrullaaud times, and HI Jo Hutton* fur llolrueta. Fom.
nn*..llolul o Dress and Fotnuo CnpOrnamotiU.Crescents
rCußt", Iron Bunks. Ax Uolvu<. Mrum Cmdi. Black
Ntlosla, Black Fad ling, Canvas Padding, Black ImlUu
ninth, Cotton Wadding, Nnojl Cotton, miwlne Bilk, Side
Twist, Ui aid and (Jofu of vailoiu outer*. Fly Buttons,
Jlookeaod Eyes.
Allartlolot will be subject to a rigid Inspection, and
bidders are informed that a full compliance with spaolil.
cations will bo Insisted upuu, and that no article Inferior
to Ibo standard will bo accepted.
Tbodiivernment roearvot tho right to reject any or all
bids. Bid" am rouueelod for the dotlrery of (he articles
at FhlladolpbU, Jeffersonville, lad., and also at fian
Franohco.
A preference will ho siren to articles of doraestlo pro*
dumtonand manufacture, candlUons of prlooand quality
being equul,and men preference will begivsnioailluleaof
Ainorleau production and manufacture produced on tho
Facitle eoa«t, tuthsastnnt of tho consumption reaulrsd
by the public service thorn.
All artlolos which are to bo used In the fltates and Ter
ritories of tne Faoltio coast will bo rocolred and inspected
at Ban Franoi«co. Cal.
For Information In dotal! apply at this oflles.
Envelopes containing prep •sals to bo Indorsed " Pro-
Sotals fur Military bnpplles," and addressed lo (bo un>
uralunod. _
RUFUS SAXTON, Deputy Q. M. Genera!.
ADVERTED for proposals for
KEEPIHG BUOYS.
Omat or Lnar-llouan Titarrcroß.J
KLavissTit DjarnicT. V
- - .. „ DFTftotT. inch., AUy 1. 1878.1
Separate Sealed Proposals will bo rocorved at ibis otJlca
until 13 o'clock uoon, on Tue-dsy Juuo 16, next, for rale
ing.repladnv, aod keeping in toelr proper pbSlllon* all
the buoy* nuw placed, or required In (bo fotluwlug coan
ooli, and formarkiDg (bo fulluHlue-uaiued obstnieiloos,
l! South Channel of Bk, Clair Flats.
i. ciuuvu uiair i 1 mh.
9. Saginaw Hay and Ulror, and bUuy off Tawas.
3. Uruou Hay, Ino.udlng tiio buoys In Hook Island Paa.
up, at Feint Peninsula, Lieanana, llono-Sbou Roof,
Ponsaukoo Hbnali ail buoy* in Hiuriruon liar, all the
Imoya marking (he entrance to, and In, tbe For Ulror,
Wle..and lv»a bu-ija marking entrauuo to North Hay,
Lake Michigan. Wn.i al«o c-irn of, ami keeping in posi
tion, (bo oils* marking Whale's Uaek Shoal aud Feetlgo
•C M the month ofQraad lllveraod (a Lake Muskegon,
31 tub. _
3. On the Roof off Calumet. 111.
d. On tiio Keelo'l llaoln *, Wle.
7. Ou tho Hum u| Miuboivau, WU. . . _
6. SaultSte. Made, Com Ceu-ur, on take Heron, above
andbcluw tho Caual, l», aad luutuuiug, tue Mkdule
Uruuud Huoy off Kuuud Island, Lake Superior, and auoh
otheraai may boautboriaod furuno year, from the tau
day u( July next to the suuuuedlng BJlo day ol Juno, ao.
cording lu tne rfgulalun* of thu l.lgnt-nuuie Board,
copies of which can be had by aiipylug at (hie UiHoo.
All bids uat bo carefully soilud and ludnnod, '‘Pro.
possta fur Keeping Huuys." and then placed In another
vuvobpo. aud addrutud for delivery lu person, or seat,
prepaid, through the mail to W. I*. McUANN.
. . Oom'dr U. S. N.,
LlebMlouso luipeelor, Hloventh Dbtrloi, Detroit, Jdlnh.
Hy ordur tho l.ltfht-H»us-> Hoard.
bOALLS.
jtez* Fain uanus’
fiTANOAIIU
t? SCALES
« P 1 "‘fr* or AU * ei.vm.
MOR«K A OOa
gKPPft'. 1U & in Lake St, Chicago.
Besarcfultobuyonly llieGunulne.
AUCTION SALES.
By JAS. V, JMeNA.UAUA & CO.,
97 East Washington**!,
Large and Attractive Bale of
Boots & Shoes at Auction
Tueaday Morning, UaflS, at OiSO «*oUb.
AUCTION SALES.
MY «. P. GOME &'coT~~'
68 am) 70 arena#.
DRY GOODS.
One Regular Anollna RaleforTaeedaf, Marti .im
tbs lineal and most comj.lcto of mr Hale in ihs oit. ..v
eeaiun. A prominent feature will be a complete i •!
Oonla’Rilra Pins Underwearan.l Pnnilshlne il'V’l
Oonla* fillk Litis Tlirrad ao.t if
Ladles'and Osnts’fillk Lisle Thread ami Gotten
A lull line of Linens in Uamaski, Towels,
Do,lie,. lundhoTohlefi, Crash, Ac. * w *** w »P»lti,
An elegant fnroles of White Goods, Molts <>_.
fir-
ICtlemlm lines of Umbrella* and Parasol.. rivk..
Artificial Flowers, Wlndew-Hlimtes. ami Utirislna^ 1 '
llnrdware, Pocket and Table Cntlorv, KiUer.i.h?'!
Ware, Caster*. flasket*, Goblet*. Cups, lltns.. ,1.1 M
Men's. Hots’, Youths', aftd Children 1 * CloddM tr..
and Cap*. Piece Goods, Unas Goods, Notion. If Tl.I,
Also. IWular Sato mid f ill line of desirable p*u«,ui..
8-plj, 8-pl/, Sapors, ami Cottage K W ‘* M U
CARPETS.
BaleopensOiMa. tn. Carpel Sate, 11 a. m.
GKO. P. CURB & OQ, t «tod 70 WtbaeW
AT AtJOTIOW. ’
Tuesday. May 10, at 11 a. m., sharp
A BANKRUPT SALK OP **
CARRIAGES,
Open and Top Burblon, Dnmoonvtg, Two mh
Three flprlnff Phaetons. Must bo sold to cr»
advanced. Also a lino lino of Biarlo
Double Unrnoasos. aa
11, GEO. P. oofiu A co.,
88 and 70 Watmb-aT,
GOO O-aSEIS
Bsois,Slioßs&Sliiefs
In Samples and Duplicates, at qu<s
tion, by oatalosno, on WEDNEIi.
DAY, May 19, at 0:30 a. m,, prompt,
OKO P. none a c»..
CA and 70 \>abuh-a*.
On Thursday, Moy 20, at o!tf o’olooii!
Wo aboil offer a too* larao and wotl-usurted atook o(
HisioMFimtßMarjti!,
Parlor Sulla In Silk, l‘lu«h, Silk ColalUe, Rep*, Terr
lUlr Olotn, auii Hilt Sttlpe*. Marble ami Wood-Tvi
Chamber Sam. Kiten*l«n Tablet, Walnut Itnoknr* ai l
Citalra, Walnut lledMoads, Marble and Wood-Top Table*
Hole*. Lmincee, Ico Cheila, Refrigerator*. Hair toe ||u,t
MAtlfMios, tinilon Dcda, Commodes, Dtgstln* c**e«
Show-Cases, Parlor an t Office Desk*. n-Ply nml lumlj
Carpet*, French and German ph'o Mirrors, an clskiu
Inna Plano. G. P, QOttW A CO., Auetlnatm.
THURSDAY,
Regular Sale of Dry Ooodi, Notion*, Hosiery, Uodar.
rear, White (load*, l.lnoti*, Umbrella*. I’araadi, j|»U
iid Caiia, Mldinsnr Good*, Dreaa tiooda, Ck»uiia£
Hardware, Cutlery, Ac.
Also, (Sunt*’ Isl«ctnt Hosiery and Underw***.
AUo, Regular Rale o{
o aa e* Ea *2? &,
AT 11 O’CLOCK.
Bale open* a. tn,,rhnrsdny, May SO.
OHO. P. QURK jCO., 60and70TfabtAgy
EDISON, POMEROY & CO.,
HOUSES MID LOTS BY AUOTIOH
Ou TUESDAY, May 11, at 4 p. m., on premise*,
Foty Rrick Store* and Dwelling*, with ground far tkrta
more house*,
On Twcnty-sliM,, comer of Shew,
near Tlalated. Theitmotha* all ImproTement*. aadbi
(tend builnet* itreet, Tnl* property ollera *»ory Induce,
moot as a good Investment. Must bo told, owner want*
In* monor. Terms, ono-thlrd cash, onn-thlnl la aja*a
balance la three year*.pave bln niurtcrlr.
LI.ISON, t>oMi:UOY A CO., Auctioneer*.
TUESDAY MORMG MAY 18, AT 9:31
GREAT SPECIAL AUCTION SALS
Fine Furniture
Al onr Auction Room*, M and 86 Itandolpb-at. The *t>.
tiro furnituro of an eteffant connlrr reildoacs (family r>
Inc 'e Kuropol.lUohaud tlccont Parlor Fnnillurr.fcvlra,
did Chamber Mo a (one coit SKO), Vrlrot, MequeL *nl
KngJl*h body Urntaole Oarnrle, Pl«r Mirror*, Maatol Mlw
rur*. Ueddinj, ct«., Hall Tree, Wardrubea, Jlookraaoa.
etc., otc., etc., to*ettier with oti- atual stock of good
and medium uew and »ocond-band
IFUIR^XTUiaiEI
Kr.ISOK, POMltltOY A CO., Auctioneer*.
TO A. BUTTEUS & CO„
AUCTIONEERS.
let mai>!Bon4»t„ Chicago,
Tno Oldest Anctl»n I'irm
IN THlt NOhTinVBST*
PEREMPTORY SALE
or UNREDECMRD GOODS. BY
Z.. T'-’IiAN, tho Pawnbroker,
At BUTTKHK A OO.'ft Auction Rooms,
JCB MADISON-ST.,
MONDAY, May 17, at 10 o'clock a. m., aud7# p.«.
Wales, Jewelry, and General iMaaillsi.
s.
Sot In Rings and Fins of orory itylo.
WM. A. BUTTERS A CO., Auctioneer*
TRAPS QAXiS,
TUESDAY MORNING. M.y 18. at o'clock, atng
Salesroom", second boor.
IDIRY GOODS,
RBOULAU MAUK CLOTHING. STRAW GOOD*
BOOTS. SHOES, AND MLIPPKRfI.
WM. A. UUTTKOS A UU,. Auctioneers.
Wednesday Homing, Hay ID. at 9 j o'clock,
HANDSOME PARLOR SETS,
Cbamhorflete, Spleces: Snewand hindsomo Ftanos, n|
reliable mak-m; now cut and n>a\l<* Carpal*, aud Csnwts
In the mil ; Flno Table Uutlvv, I’lvrd Gods, Ot-jclioi*
and Ohuawaro. At II o'clock, Fnaetoos, BiiggivS aud
llaraeti.
AT BUTTERS A OO.'fl. 108 MADISON-ST.
THOBBDAY MORNING, at OH o’clock.
RegularTredo Sale nf
Staple and Fancy Dry Ooodß|
tVoclens, Clolhlnr, Notlun*. Straw Goode, Uats,
Cap*. Glyvai, Boots and HhoCi.
WM. A. BUrrliKS A CO., Audiossers.
■BUTTEE3 & 00,'S SATUHDAY’S BALA
SATURDAY. AT 9H O'CLOCK A. M..
At their Salesroom. 1(W Madlsnn-at.
fTTBNITUBB, OA.UfBTS, & largo varlet)
of HOUBEnoiiD GOODS.
\YM. A. BUTTERS A CO., Auctioneers.
By TO F. itODGES & CO.
O-A.T.AX4 O Q-TJ S
Hit HUM Ffflilrn!
TUESDAY MORNING, RUyU, attO o'clock, at th*
South Park Hotel, o»mjr Hfljflrsi-st, ana Col'sii*
Urove«av., Immediately (nmllng tho (Jre*t South PiiK,
cpnalillng nlelegant parlor furniture, beautiful to rot
Turkish Ghtlrt, velvet Turkish Uumgtt, beautiful Mary
Stuart Ka.yObalr*. Klouaut Ma.blo top Chamber Hots,
lino Marblo-tnu Contra Table#, Finn Hair Matlre**«e
and Daddl&g, Upholstered llu<ol Spring*, eto. 11 floe
11010 l Hanga and Doller- Fine China Crockery, Outlet?,
French Qlaaawaro, Rogers' Ha od Caetars, Fine Tlnwsr*
Ole., oto.. Engllso,
oue Family Carriage and Tup BuggyialM* 1 Fin* Milan
Cow. lut Lumber, Toste, 010. Coal a Urge amount w
furnish, and never boon la uae. Look oat for a alangblor,
a • peremptory JJODGE* A CO.. Auctioneer,
03d and 6S$ M eat
„N, R.—TaVoCnUaioOrove-ar. eatatocltf UiulU, (hn
Hyde Park Rummy, which taker you t*> thebouae. Cart
meg amlfrco luuob to eIL
liy S. DfNGIOi: & CO.,
Auoiloneera, 80 and31 Hast lUndolph-al.
Monday Evening, May 17, at 7i30 o'clock,
AtSOHnutbOlark*st„ byonlorof R, M. Marks,
Comprising Gold aud Sliver Watohee, Rings, SUvM
Piste, Pistols. Pipe*, Jewelry, Shawls, Clothing, and
Fancy Artlolca in endless vadsiy. Halo oonUuuoa wlUs*
out Umit or reserve until «< Uo j,* ,o * l i* ..
H, RINOUI4 AGO,, Auctioneers.
REAL ESTATE SALE.
Opening Sale ol (be Spring Season,
TWO PRETTY COTTAGES
Al Peremptory Auction to close Partnership Concern,
TUESDAY, MAT 18, AT 2 O’CLOCK P. M„
On the uronihes. comprising No, U KITHI-ST., ona J
alury Ftame Cottage, It rooms, finely rinlibed, rnodsits
Improvement*; and Lot tAxlllu feet. Also No. It KKII it*
HT., a l-slory Frame Collage uf 8 rooms, nice deetgni
lot, StilU) feel. All In good order. Both to Taylor'e
Subdivision, Ulock I. Till* perfect, Sale positive. Term*
easy. For particulars apply to
lUal-Eetaloliaebange Salesroom,
’ ttt aud id East Liandolyaat
REGULAR BALB AT AUCTION OF
HonselioM M aud General Merchant
BVEKV WKPNUSOAY AND SATUUOAY.
Liberal cash advance# made on eonslgnmeoU.
WBDtrBSDAY. Mar 10, at 10 a. m., law,
gale of Ilouaebold Furniture. Oarpete, Be 4*
ding, Offloe Furxutuxe, aud General Uea>
nh«nrll*«.
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