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SELLING A RAILROAD.
Tho Rockford, Rock Island & St
Louis under tho Hammer.
Spirited Competition Between Judge
Otii and Mr. Oslcrbcrg.
Tho hatter dele It Tor the Unexpected
Sum of $1,020,000.
What the Gorman Bondholders Will Do
with tho Boad—Judge Otis' In
tentions,
Prospects of a Biz For Cent Dividend.
REI.MNO A lIAIMtOAD,
Yesterday morning was the time set for the
sale, under a docrco of foreclosure, of all tho
property and franchises of tho Rockford, Hook
Island k St. Louis Railroad. Inasmuch as rail
roads are not sold every day. and as. Irt tho
present case, there was au excellent chance for
a speculation, the west door of tiio Republic Life
lluilding, where tho sale took placo, was well
filled, either with interested parties, prospective
purchasers, or curioslty-uookcra, tho latter
probably predominating. Judging from tho
appearance of tho majority of tho
persons present, and tho fact that
$200,000 * was (ho onlranoe-foe, as
it wore, Into tho arena of the bidders, there evi
dently must have boon considerable of Chicago’s
wealth represented. The sale was originally ad
vertised for Tuesday last, but ou petition of ox-
Bonalor Trumbull, who represented that a com
bination hod boon formed to prevent competi
tion, tbo sale was postponed until yesterday.
Tbo Master in Chancery did not appear for some
time after 10 o’clock, and the spectators amused
themselves by Jocosely inquiring of each other
as to whether they intended to buy a railroad, or
askiegfor a loan of $200,000 for a few days. At
length Mr. Dishop appeared, and road tuo notice
of tho Bale and gave tho terms.
MR. w. o. QOUDI
then road a notice to tho effect that Schuyler
County claimed to bo a stockholder la tho SL
Louis, Alton A Hock Island Itailroad. a road
which was swallowed up by tho Itockfprd, Hock
Island A St. Louis Hoad, and that it bad a claim
against tho latter road for tno non-fulfillment ot
an agreomont under which tho St. Louis,
Alton A Hock Island Hoad was said to tho Hock
ford, Hock Island A St. Louis Hoad, which claim
had been put iu suit in McDonough County
long boforo tho institution of tho
present foreclosure salt, so that
tho county had a prior demand for tho
amount of its claim. Sir. Goudy also gavo no
tice that 11. H. Dorter had furnished a largo
number of cars to tho Company, and that ho had
taken an appeal from an order of Judge Drum
mond dirouting him to give up tbo curs on pay
ment of about £30,000 duo him. lir. Bishop
thou asked fur an oiler, and
THE DALI. WAS OPENED
by C. W. Ilaßslnr, a broker of Now Y'ork City,
representing a largo number of American bond
holders, who gavo the first bid of $300.000.
Judge L. B. Otis offered $310,000.
amt tho bids rose to* $970,030, the
last-named mini being offered by C. 11. Onubort.
Mr. Haeslcr then gut iuto-ulocp water and retir
ed, and an unknown gentleman who, it was
whispered, represented
THE CUli'Aao, IIURLINOTON A QUINCY RAILROAD,
entered tluTboutosts. Ho and Judge Utis.thcn
contested tho ground, making $5,033 or $10,003
“raises." unlit the price was raised to $575,-
000. when tho unknown went $25,330 bettor.
When tho bids reached $700,000
lilt. uHTKiimma,
who repropents a largo mini her of German bond
holders, took a hand, and bo and Judge Otis
fought out tho battle. When $303,300 was bid by
Mr. Ostorbarg thoro was a pauao, and it scorned
that tho bidding wae ot an end, but tbo Judge
camo to timo with a bid of $331,330. Mr. Oster
borg then mado it $301.500, which occasioned
considerable laughter. The bidding then grow
lively up to $035,003, when Judge Otis remarked
that ho guessed ho would havo to lot his op
ponent tako it. Ho, however, seemed to recon
sldor his half-formed resolution a minute after,
and tiio price was raised higher and higher, the
crowd growing moro and more silent and inter
ested, until it readied $1,000,003, that amount
being offered by the German representative.
Judge Otis added $l3O, and tho “ raises ” wore
made by hundreds fur several bids, and then by
thousands, until Mr. Ostorherg jumped from
$1,001,400 to 81.002.000. It then ran along with
bu occasional spun to $1,050,000, when
THE JUDGE AGAIN SEEMED TO FLAG,
ind said bethought Lo should havo to lot tbo
other fellow have it. Mr. Bishop, however, re
assured him with his bland and winning
and'lio made the bid SI,OOO moro. It then rapid
ly roeo by $5,030 steps, Mr. Ostorherg growing
nervous as ho though* of the amount, while tho
Bharp-cut, smooth face of tho Judge never waver
ed a lino until tho latter bid $1,155,000. Hero
ANOTHER NEW DEPARTURE "
was taken, and the representative of tho trans
plants bondholders called, $1,200,000. Another
jump was made a few minutes la'or by Mr.
Ostorberg, from $1,250,001) t0'51,300,000, and
the properly was soon after bid off to him for
tho sum of $1,320,300, Judge Otis refusing to
go over $1,810,033. Mr. Ostorherg thou an
nounced that ho- {oprosouted a large number of
German bondholders, and then departed with tho
Moster, to lay his little offering of $200,003 cash on
that official’s table. Tins was mado in now, crisp
certificates of deposit of tho United Slates Hub-
Treasury, tho amount buying been deposited
thorolast Saturday.
TUB AMOUNT REALIZED
astonished every one. as tho road was only ap
praised at sLouu.ooobytho Master a few months
ago, and tho highest valuation put on it by rail
road men was $1,205,000, Judge Otis, the con
testant with the representative of tho (icrnTan
bondholders, acted wholly for himself, though it
was said by somo at the time ot the salo that ho
was acting for tho Chicago & North
western lUilrnad, In a conversation had
snbseijont to the sale with a reporter of Tub
Tbiuunr, ho remarked that bo thought there was
a good opportunity for speculation. Ho had not
foimod any detinue plan as to wbatho should
do in cose ho purchased it, but expected to reor
ganize tho road, and got some outside aid, or
else sell tho road again, lloilroad men did not
consider It to bo worth over $0,000,000 for rail
road purposes purely, hut. taking into considera
tion some valuable -.privileges and franchises
connected with it, and also tho coal-mines, oto.,
ho thought ho could bid higher than $1,000,000
ami yet make a profit.
An interview was also had with
„ MU. OBTtIIUEUO,
the pnrchaßor, ns to his intentions, but ho also
had formed no plan. A mooting of tho bond
holdois would bo hold, bo said, as soon na possi
ble, to determine on some plan. Uut none of
them .wished to bo President, and it was proba
blo they would try to make some arrangement,
® ,'? wn tlug °r salo, so as to make a profit
P,“fiVi 1 , 10 r ?. ai *. I* Possible. He did not expect
nnr k i«n» toudh ? ,( l orß “alike more than 7
Fh«m ll i 6ir onda * u they had bought
C .° U i t ?n^ o1 ’ wUon gold was 135. thus
°“ do ‘" irior
Tiro Rockford, Rock Island* A fit. Louis Rail
road was incorporated lu 1808. At first it was
only intended to run It from Rock Island to Rur
wlSo““'£eto?e M S* l, ‘ tOT ♦O'OOO.OOO w» lint
made. before, however, more than 8278.1)00 of
bonds wore issued, the plan was changed and a
scheme was formed to run tho m»rt in *
moulli, tbonco ooutlj to Eaat 81. Loull
aolu .tea mortKaaa for 40,000,(too tu on
ouod, «hlcl. w«. iutendad to bbou,b all Iho bonda
squally. ItyJudKQ fJrumnjond'a dooialon, tbera
U a dUTeieuoo to ibo .lauding of tboao two
mortgage boudboldorß, tboao “odor tbo Aral
mortgaco having a flrot lion ou all tbo road from
llnob Maori to • point oo tb.road oppoalto
llurliDglou, ood also having . right li obato
equally with tbo oooond-morlg.go bondboldoro
in ali the road from the point above mentioned
south to East Hi. Louis. The road woa built,
sud the bonds sold principally to persona in Eu
rope, a New York Journal having been “soeu "
and strongly interested iu floating the bauds.
Five coupons were paid, but hard times came,
sud an unsuccessful attempt was mode to scale
the bonds and coupons down one-half m 0 j d .
terost has been paid since, and last fall a suit
was begun in the United mates Circuit Court by
the Trustee for the bondholders, the
Union Tiust Company of New York,
to foreclose the mortgages, which resulted
tu the sale of yesterday. There are ebout
108.000 of taxes due, a part of whl'ih is disputed,
which must bo paid out of the. proceeds. Then
there are the expenses of the sate, a largo
amount, about SCO,OOO, to bo paid to equate
parlies who have received interest on sealed
poada.viththow who hart nob also pxs/sirad
claims fnr root, etc.," find there will hardly ho
s- 'JoO,l)tO loft far the unfortunate bondholders.
Tint whole nr«T
of tho railroad was staled some time ago hy IT.
\V, iliHliuji, Um Master In Chancery. at $11,251,-
liin.DO in gold, oT which s(i,2 r >I,2H).2H was duo
itn<lor the first mortgage,-and sL'.i'J7.:ilC.fi2 under
tlm Hocoud. In fact, It in not expected that tbo
bondholders will receive more than 0 |>cr cent of
their original outlay!
01IERBNI OPINION,
If Kelley hnn any boiibo of decency remaining
ho will resign. —/lotion Adccrliscr.
Unless tho political prophets aro woefully
astray, Gov. Alloa, of Ohio, tLoday after election
will think political ambition, like snocio-ronump
tion. is a profuuo " harrea ideality.’’— Acte Vurk
Tribune..
Mr. Welsh lias made it possible for tho Secre
tary to resign now, In disgrace, It is true, but
still without punishment. If this chance should
bo thrown away, fcouWhing worse than dismis
sal will happen to Mr. Delano.—
Times.
Mr. Delano himself may be ns straight and as
pure as an archangel, but tho Interior Depart
ment has lost tho confidence of tho country, and
that Is not tho condition for a groat department
of the Government of the United Blaus to bo
hu—Philadelphia Lidjer.
They do say that Ron Duller Incoming to Ohio to
make speeches for tho Democratic mtlation plat
form. Won’t it bo funny to see the Cincinnati
Fnauircr lauding Him as tbo groat Massachusetts
ptatesmau, the fooof monopoly, and tbo pcuplo’rf*
friend I— lndinmiylis .Amrmih
It In likely that tbo arrangement for Jeff’s at
tendance will bo canceled. \Vo hope it will bo.
Wo considered, from tho first, that tho invita
tion was, in its best aspect, the worst kind of a
blunder, and in Its worst aspect something a
good deal worse.— Rloomington Pantograph. ■
" Specie-payment is a “ A speedy return to
d-d barren ideality.”— specie-payments is do-
Gov. Alien, of Ohio. manded alike by tbo
'‘Specie-payment is highest considerations
a fallacy to by of commercial morality
money-kings to mislead and honest govern
the people."— Ciuctii- tnonl." Democratic
nati Kn'inorr. A'utiunol Plat form, *72.
Tor tlio life of us, wo cannqt boo what liarra
Davis can do by coming nplo Wlunohago County
and tolling tho Agricultural Society what ho
knows about farming. Tho tolling won’t lako
long, wo apprehend, tfnd ho had bolter ho talk
ing about hay ami sprinkling-pots and pnlnto
biigH in Illinois. than about tho lout cbubo in tbo
South.— Utxca Herald.
• Tho reconciliation idea don't appear to tako
very well in llliuoiß, judging by tho “loyal"
howl raised over Jefferson Davis' proposed
speech at a comity fair in that State. , . .
After this clmrliHh exhibition. Northern Journals
ought to bo considerate enough to talk small
about tho indisposition of the Southern pooplo
to shako hands across tbo bloody chasm.—A'ash
vide Manner,
There aro too many officers in tho Drlstlsh
army who think that they mnV insult every wom
an, and commit every dxcoas, with impunity—
this enso [of Col, Baker] may bo a useful lesson
to them. Thoro aro also mon who go about En
gland following rodpootabio women in tho street,
and taking every opportunity of insulting them.
Tho fato of Col. Baker may bo a warning to
them also,—snVio York Times.
Davis will not speak at Uockford. Nor will ho
bo likely to speak in Dubuque. It would havo
boon in as good taste for tho Revolutionists to
invito Benedict Arnold to address them after
Independence was acknowledged. In every
speech Davis has made since tho Hobollion ho
has grossly insulted tho loyal sentiment Of every
citizen of tho land. Illinois and lowa aro not
inviting Holds for Jofl Davis.—Dntmyue 2’imcs.
There is but one policy for tho Hopuhlican
party in Now York to pursue. It must convince
tho pooplo of tho State that Gov. Tildou’s policy
will rocoivo a moro sincere and vigorous support
from allcpublican Legislature than from a Dem
ocratic. Tildeq will bo Governor of Now York till
1377. Tho success of bis bold crusado against
public corruption is of mnro importance to tho
State than tho success of any party, and that
pnrtv deserves the confidence of tno pooplo
which most elllciontly seconds his efforts.—
riiiUuh’lphia l‘naj.
Mr. Wood, without affirming anything respect
ing tho Ohio platform, says that tho financial
issue is of no importance— 1 “ none what
ever." Further on in tho interview ho says, “I
do not think it worthy of a thought whothor a
hard or a soft, a yellow or a groan, on financial
questions is mado I'rosldont." Such declara
tions by prominent Democrats cannot bo under
stood otherwise than ns confessions that tho
party is so fall of dissent on this great subject
thnt it could not work In harmony U tho financial
isaiio wore mado prominent.—A r eio i ’ork Jkrald,
Sir. Tildon Is certainly in a worse physical con
dition than Cliiof-Justico Chase was, Thoro la
no longer any übo of trying to hoop tho soorot
bock that ha has bad a stroke of paralysis. Ono
arm, his loft ono, is nlroont qbqloss. It rests
folded iu his coat front as if tho cords wore stiff,
llis loft eye la affected. It looks straight ahood
vrhilo tho right ono looks around tho room. Uo
walks hauling nis logs along from tho hip. It is
folly Lo talk of running for tho Presidency a man
thus affected, wtioh thoro aro so many Demo
cratic athletes Hko Hoffman, Hendricks, and
Groesbook.— KU Verkint.
Tho Hon. William S. King, of Minnesota, who
will bo remembered as tho gonlloman who was
purchasing outtlo in Canada at a time when ho
was greatly wanted bra Congressional Investi
gating Committee, is now engaged in denouncing
“ a sensational press." “ Where," bo asks, with
a pungency suggestive of unpleasant remin
iscences. “is there a man in public life who is
nut proclaimed dishonest and corrupt bv a sou
sutioua) press? The public has altogether 100
much of UioßO glittering generalities." There
was nothing very glittering about tbo charges
against Mr. King, unless, indeed, bo has occult
reference to tho money which ho pocketed.—
Bouton Journal
11 William Welsh, of Philadelphia, over kissed
the hired girt behind tho kitchen door, ho will
even wish that ho wore dead before venturing to
attack Secretary Delano. . ._ . Delano is
searching tho records of the War Department to
find whether a certain. William Welsh was not
drummed out of tho service for cruelty to army
mules la 18Q1. . . . Commissioner Smith
maintains that tho Department of the Interior
has a right to victimize the Indiana If William
Welsh, of Philadelphia, parts hia hair in the
middle, aa It is commonly reported ho does. . .
. William Welsh, of Philadelphia, ha* hitherto
enjoyed a good reputation, but It is .now whis
pered in oificlal circles that thoro can bo no
doubt but that ho la tho roan who struck William
Patterson, and bucked the hull off the bridge—
to say nothing of murdering Nathan; and com
mitting various other ml»doQd».—JiuUanapoli»
tkntintl.
“ RED-MOUTHED CLOD-HOPPERS.”
To the EMorof The Chicago Tribune.
Rochfobd, 111., Aug. 10.—I* find the following
paragraph lu Old Storey's venomous Copper
head sheet, which upheld Jeff Davis throughout
the Rebellion, in the most disloyal and villainous
manner, and, it seems, sticks to him yet:
TW red-mouthed clod-hopper* of Winnebago Coun
ty bfLVe inimorlallwd thunnelvc*. They have shown
au example of obivslrlc, high-toned American man
ner* lh»t wdl live la history. After Inviting Jtfferuu
JDevi* into tbplr midst to adilnws (hem, and receiving
hi* acceptance, they havo proceeded to lu*uU him ana
the whole people whoso ecntlinunt ho • represent*,
brave, noble, generous olod-hoppers of Winnebago
Cutmiyl
The sheet which utters the abovo blackguard
ism iu regard to the people of Winupbago Coun
ty has often boasted of the extent of its circu
lation atqong those whom It uow call/ “ rod
mouthed olod-hoppers of Winnebago County."
Dut why this vulgar explosion of wrath ?
“ After inviting Jeff X>avls into their midst to
address them,** eto.i It turns out, however, that
they never Invited him t that the Invitation woa
extended by a single individual, without consul
tation with the people of Winnebago County.
Tbo first they knew of. the invitation
.* publication of tha nows that
ho had “accented the iuvitatlon ** which had
not been given him by tne oitixeus of that couu
ty. Davis, of course, has no desire to address
tbe people of a community who have neither
united uor desire to hear him on any topic fur
reasons perfectly satisfactory to ibemtelves. I
will add (hoi. if the milieus of Rockford and
Winnebago County comloueto patronize a sheet
which ejects its Copperhead spittle into their
faces, tbov deserve to be called aplritloas doss,
lu addition to the epithet Old Btorey appllee to
them* A fti'nm Qg
THE CHICAGO ’ TIUUUNEj VTUESDAY.'^AUGUST 17, 1875.
THE COURTS
Applications for Divorce—A Few
Select llanlcriiptH.
A Gentleman Who Owes $96,000 and
Has No Asiets.
The Count/ Court—Judgment. onJ Xcr
Suits,
Henry Neuviler filed his bill yesterday against
his wife Ellon, whom ho charges with bavingtou
strong a predilection for sour mash. About two
years ago also she left him, and between jbeso
two causes, Henry thinks ho is entitled to a di
vorce.
Margaret Loughlln has also a story to toll
about tho bad conduct of Lor husband, Patrick
Loughiin. bite says she married him in Febru
ary. and bns borne him four children. Binco
tho fire of Ibil, however, Patrick's temperacemo
to havo changed, and ho has frequently been
guilty of beating her and driving her
from homo, at the same time
threatening her with bodily punishment If she
routined to her homo. Patrick also is in tho
habit of taking too much corn-juice, and whoa
In a mellow condition ho Is apt to make affairs
at homo rather too warm for comfort. He, how
ever, hod a fit of repentance about a year ugo,
and, promised faithfully to turn over a jpow loaf,
and.to make his promise more binding, ho went
bcloro a Justice and swore a good round oath to
slop drinking. Margaret thought she might icly
on tills, and went homo with Pat; but his con
science was tough or his memory short,
for ho got drunk a short time after and broke all
his good resolutions. Margaret doesn’t propose
to trust his promises again, and sho now asks to
ho ri<t of him. As ho has, however, notwith
standing his bibulous habits, acquired homo
property, she bogs that a suitable part of it may
bo sat oif to her.
UN 11 ED STATES COUNTS.
Henry W. Sago began a suit m debt against
William A. Ewing, laying damagos at $5,050,
and tho Buckeye Brick Manufacturing Couipauv,
fur tho uho of J. I’. Freeman, began a eim fur
$3,303 againut tho sarno party.
A. (J. Stone iiicd a bill against H. H. Dietrich
and J. I‘. Clarkson to foreclose & trust-dcou for
$1,753 on tho northeast quarter of tho uoithoast
quarter of See. -1, 37, 12.
U. 11. Dunning A Co. began a suit for 82,500
against Jobu JL. Sprogio ami it. S. Sproglo.
iUNKUUi'TCY ITEMS.
In tho matter of Bonbon M. Edgeworth,
Qeorgo W. Campbell was appointed Assignee.
A composition meeting will bo hold tins morn
ing ut 10 o'clock iu tbu case of Edward C.
Douglas.
* William Arnold, of Galesburg, Hied a voluntary
petition to bo adjudicated bankrupt. His secur
ed debts are $13,033, and unsecured $lB5, uud
his assets amount to $5,321.23.
j. V. Farwoll A Co. on a claim for $712.51,
Bpmguo, Warner A Co. on acluimfur $378.15,
•Spencer A Batsons claiming s2iß.b3, Clement,
Morton A Co. claiming $2(11.75, Goodman A
Darbo claiming $371.5U, Downer A Co. claiming
£l7O, Leon, Marks A Co. claiming $2,213.74.
Cm Us A Fowler claiming $2,057.27, Adams, Earl
A Co. claiming SOOO. and Levering A Co. claim
ing $522.01, united in filing a petition against J.
F. Good, a merchant of Bmdijyu, Iroquois Coun
ty. Thoy slate that his dolts do not exceed $13,-
CiUL), am) charge him with having transferred
lo his brother his slock of
goods with intent to defraud his
creditors, and also with having mado divers
fraudulent payments. They also allege that.hm
asseiH do nut exceed SG,UUU, and that ho cannot
nay over 25 per cent or his indebtedness ; that
ho is constantly in receipt of money, but fails
and refuses lo pay creditors; that ho keeps no
books, and is likely c* remove a portion of his
piopoity out of roach of his creditors, unless
restrained. A rule to show cause Aug. 23, an
injunction, anil warrant of seizure were issued.
John Atkinson, a resident of Lake, also filed
a voluntary petition. His secured liabilities are
$1,883.30; his unsecured, $7,533.23; and his
assets nothing.
Franklin T. Elliott, of this city, also volun
tarily camo into Court by his petition in bank
ruptcy iu order to bo relieved from tho burden
of his debts. They amount, according to his
schedules, to $35,550, but he has not a dollar
with which to pay them. His case, together with
those of tho other voluntary bankrupts, was
referred to tho Hegistor.
James 11. Carr nos adjudicated bankrupt by
default, and a warrant issued far Bopt. 18.
Charles lluapslom was appointed Provisional
Assignee.
Discharges were Issued to Henry Friedman,
0, F. Uawiey.ot ab, and Julius Newman.
Ira Drown commenced a suit against Charles
G. Doming, laying damages at s.ju,o(Hj.
Frank Stingos i Co. sued Miles D. Tillotson
for $1,200.
Hunan I*.. Britton. Ellon P. Domm, Robert
Taylor, Elizabeth Sylvester, and Charlotte Hiniih
began a suit in trespass against the City of Chi
cago, to recover $5,000 damages for tho opening
of Wdutworlh avenue aoioss their properly.
CIRCUIT COURT,
John Loowo began a suit by capias against
Chariot) Lindauor. claiming f'2,UOU damages for
tho seduction of his wife,
Haiah M. Jones began a suit against Francis
Agnow, A. I). Loomis, and Clianucoy Davis, to
recover some personal properly valued at SI,OOO,
tiamuol J. Juuoa began a Uko action against tho
same parties to recover some surgical instru
ments, professional library, and other personal
property, valued at 'fcSOO.
Potter Palmer tiled a distress warrant against
Alvin Ford to recover $ 1,000 back lout.
Id the mattenof Kouth Park assessment, third
installment, tho tax appeal bund to Supreme
Court of Charles M. Smith and George A. Jtozot
of SB,OOO was approved.
In estate of Louisa G. Digolow, executor's
annual account was approved, and leave given
to pay all the legacies mentioned in the will, it
appearing that there are sufficient assets to sat
isfy all demand# against tho estate.
In the case of Thomas Tilley, a petition for
release under the insolvent act was presented,
and petitioner released on bond for the amount
of the debt, SIX7S, and the case was continued
to Sept. 16.
In the matter of the estate of the latoJ. 11.
Bhory. leave was granted to administrator to sell
tho personal property at private sale.
In tho estate of August 0. Proul, the will was
proven and letters of administration wofb issued
to John C. Darker and Harah O. Prout, and their
individual bond of $14,000 approved.
Grant of guardianship was issued to Charles
G. Corby over Annie £. Sterns ot al., minors, lu
bond of $8,400.
Grant of guardianship was issued to Charles
R. White over George W, Roberts, minor, in
bond of $160,000.
SofEiuoß Court—Uom-KssiuNa—M. 81. Bmllh v*.
A. W. Alien, flCO.73.—Blillir Carriage Company vs.
Philip Free*, tl.ri.JU.
Junutt Q*nt—O. I, Work et al. r». W, J. nxIT. H.
Johnson, tTXS.CO.—Khcnaxer Ihgipn* use 1). F. (juinby
v*. Alemauula Fire Insurance Company of CUreiaud,
SPRINGFIELD ITEMS.
Special IHv atch to The Chicago Iribun*.
BPBiMurJKPU.IU,, Aug. 10.—Walter C. Ueadon,
of the law firm of Moulton, Chaffee & Hcaclon,
was to-day appointed Public Administrator of
Bljolby County, vice Flemming, deceased.
There Is still some excitement concerning the
location oftbojnitltutioo for the Feeble-Minded.
The Siato Journal has this to say editorially to
day i
It is pretty evident that the location of the Inhibi
tion for Feoyle-Mlndcd Children at faln-'oiu U nut by
any wmiu satisfactory to the cunii'otlng (Mint*. It n
rumored that two or more of the CounuUitou ore in
volved iu conduct *o contradictory and inexplicable a*
to create the suspicion that the I>ml InUrcsU of (ho
BUta may havo beau subordinated to other and
more persuasive argument*.
AN INCIDENTAL PUFF.
Special ihtoauh to Iht Chuaop TVitun*.
Bt. PAUb, Aug. 18. —Tha Chamber of
Commerce at Its • weekly meeting this morning
created a sensation by adopting* resolutions re
questing Mayor Maxfleld to inform the managers
of D&ruuui's hippodrome that it would be un
wise and perilous to give au exhibition on the
west aide of ths river, and request them to lo
cate ou this side. The resolution is based ou.
the belief that the Howe truss spanning
themalu dhauuel of the river, w) feet
from the lower cord to the water, and
until within a few -years ago the longest
wood-truss snau in the wutld, is not strung
enough to wiluaUnd the regular tread of Urpe
crowds of people. This span was rebuilt four
years ago, nos recently dropped, probably from
the shrinkage of timber, about A inches below
ihs original has, and cm ths osoaaion of ilwis’s
firci", whop ft hrpo crowd wa* nwayod
MI'IOWftVN HO Vlohdlll/ ft* to CMUHh ffl.lt ftllflM.
'1 he bridge ha* Hitx’o been cloncly watched by
City-Lnginccr Wellman, who report*. after a
careful lent, no vaiiution within the la-t month.
Itndgo expert* and engineer* tiling It cafe fop
all ordinary travel, including the heaviest nagou*
or drove* of cattle, but Hint a largo number of
pootilo croHHini' with ft uniform ntcp might h *ay
it no ax to break it down. The live elephants
will* Howe's circus crossed without hesitation,
producing little motion. If the show in given on
the ottHl Hide, Iho police will bo stationed to pro*
vent a largo number of people Groaning at on™.
The Mayor and City Kogineor are reported to de
clare that the feanj eottceriiiug tho bridge liavo
no reasonable foundation.
TUK WINNKH AGO FAilt.
Jlr. Jeflcnou Darla licspccla t’ubllc
Opinion.
Fp»ri(tl l)l*p3frf, t„ Tht Chifano Tribune.
lU>n;ydftn. 111.' Aug. Id.—'J lio li-mrd of Direc
tor* of the. Winnebago Agricultural Hocioty bold
an animated meeting on Saturday afternoon, at
their oflico in Koekford, to 'lieaiiHH the propriety
of the Secretary’* invilntion to Jnft IMtib to
Kpcak at the coming fair. I.nt"r In tho after
noon a rote ttiih lalteti, and niooJ four for htH
ceming and tbreo for lit* slaying away. 11. I’.
Kimball wa* jubilant. Uo bad won, for the Di
rnctom had mielained him. r.nlorin the after
noon a t'*lngram from Davi,* that nn
fitn'Rrcu event* would prcvcoi hie coming. It
i* wliirtpnrcd that miforcHten event* are public
opinion in Jtockford. hut of that your corre
spondent can say nothing.
CHURCH DEDICATION.
.SVrfal Hirt'itUh tn T‘ e <l'l-iU'iue.
St. Pafl, Aflnn.* Aug. 10.—St. m Cfttb
olic Cimrch was dedicated nt Stillwater ventcr
cUv. UiHhop Uinco ofliciating. Thirtonnratholia
bucictiou from this citv, nnd other* fium Min*
ncapoliH, IlaMlnge. ProHcitt. and Iluuaon, wero
prenont. Tho wtrect nroccnalon wa* the largest,
fora roligiou* occnniou, ever *OO,I in the Noitii
wtat. Tho church iu stone, acuta l,2oo,Jaud cost
about SBO,OOO.
WANTED TO DIE.
Xv'rint Dimatch to Th* Vhtnfjn Tribun*,
Hicksvili.e. 6., Aug. If,.—John Hartal, living
nonr this r>tac", attotnptod pulehlo to-ihy by
ban;rtnif. Ho tvaa found by hifl wife liAimiut? to
a beam in bin barn. Slio Hnccoodod iu cutting
him down and navodbim. Ho in about 50 years
of agfl. and is Bubjocl to spoils nf derangement,
and ia supposed to bavo locu in that atalo al tbo
time.
PRESIDENT GRANT.
KpHiat f)i*mteh to Thf I'hicon* Trihunt,
Altianv, N. V., Aug. Ifi.—i’reaidcnl Grant
rnached lioro at 2:JO p. tn., and mot with a cor*
dial rornptiou. A salnto was lin'd, and thorn
worn other dcmonati ntious of reaped and honor.
HORSES AND CARRIAGES.
Auction hales of horses, carriages,
and harness every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday,
romtiioDrlnir al Ui a. in .. at WES’I<iN A CO.'S Aui-Unu
Room*. No*. IW and lUd Kail Waihingloa-at. Stock on
hamiat prßat 1 sale.
Amnia time given to teat all bancs mid under a war*
ranleu
A GREAT VARIETY OF FINE
buggi.’*. phaeton*, elide «eat*. 4n. Al*u, a f.n* *<!>•-
oiid bniiit, in udddortlur, cheap, 11. U. HILL. 21 aud ID
.South Clinton *t. ■
ii'AHOAINR“IN MUI.KB-HKB THE FOI,I.OW|N(>
-i> prlcua fur teatna: 3at 576:4al 1-S); Plat ill*-; li at.
ifir.s'JatifUfi; 2 at 815«; lat ijm: I at |lVi, TliU i* a
redncili.n fn.rn firmer prfciof Ui to 100 per coni. In.
1) 111 re at No. It Utiamber offbirainerco.
TAOIl” KAI.K-A RTYLISH-LOOkING liMSINEsS
1' liorao. tit for wayn nr Incur, if’.'.; I tinary 10-y.ar
oldhonxi, B<r.; I ll«hl bor<e, ifi".; and a tin - ., bunuy-tnare,
itry (a«U 875. Also, a lino open busty. Tun aboto
nro offered at a aacrtlio», a* Mi.-y munbatuld, at 3Tt
Vest Fifteenth at., noar Dine IrlanJ av.
I‘>Oir HAI,E-TWO ifoKSES. 6 YEARS OI.dTo.NE
1 1« a very alyliali and riwi 1 drhlnv hnr*' l '. IV-j imnd#
hlith; t brnwninarr, l,li«iw<d«!it ;«hn l*a Ruud lamllr mar' 1 ,
or lit fur any kind of bualnc**: <>nu ret oi miihl" linrn«««,
nearly doit, 'I boy are warranlnd round and kind Id all
ba.noiia, ami tube anld as the owner ha* nn tnnher u*n lor
them. Apply at barn, rear of real dome bW Wabaili-ar.
"L'Olt HALE—OK” EXCHANGE—F(IIt A HEAVIER
J. animn), a 6ycar-old h<>r*e, warranted kind and to
trot in tIV minute* or Icia. 313 Kail DirUlnn al.
11. lIOLLUM, carrlnßC-trlinmor, 175 Wo* l Adami *i.
lAUU HAI.K-A I’AIK OF LARGE.' FINE, HAY C AR-
I 1 rlaße bnnei, kind, gentle, and sound: price I|s3ou.
Itnpilro at prlvato barn rear of «> Waba*h-nv.
M' ' ni HAVE ON PRIVATE SALE A'ciltifrE HPA"N
nf cr auti'honoa and rarrlaue, otm of the tinert rig*
In thn city : will bn on eililblllon to-day :nid hi-iuurrowat
4p. m. MARTIN'S llaraar, 2JJ State it.
\\rANTII> —G(101) HORKETND HUGOY FOB Lt ITS
IT In Jefferson. Call at or addreo £NI Thlriy-lir*t-»l.
LOST AND FOUND.
A BEWABU OF $a OFKKBKD FOK TUB BP,-
X\. turn to IH Walnui-»t. of a whitn F.njulinaut dog.
■trayod Sunday morning. __ __ _
tAOUND-A PACKAGE OF MONEY BETWEEN
1* State and l.aHnUo.»l<. Tlieowuur can tin*o tho mine
by calling at Bonn 6 No. 119 l-asalm-at., proving prop
erty, anti paying for tbU advcrtliemont. •
IOST-SUNDAV AITEBNOON. ON IIA
J bulwoon Klnzlo-Rt. vta'inct ami MadUon ami pe.rla-
Ha., a gold locket lei willi coy* •loikm, »ne aide black
ami tin* othnr while face; plctnr* on InMdonf a child.
Th A tinder, hr returning *am» t« Rotten Clothing Homo.
U;*M outh Clurk-at.. will bo aultably rewarded.
T O.ST-A WM7firi‘OODI.I£'Si;UT,*“wiTII ItI.IJK
Jj ribbon around neck.Sunday,on Wcit Sule, botnoen
Union and llaltlod-Me. A r»-«aid of <5 will bopaidtho
oqo returning Hto P. FATEH, 13 Kocund-«t. l near Alii
wuukuo-av.
fIIAKKN UP-A BLACK HORSE, WHICH THE
J. minor can ba*o by umvpur pmiiprty nod payliiß
chanma. Apply at Powell Hotel, Milwaukoo-av., near
cltyllinlla.
T OST-BKTWKKN CORNER STATE ANU BAN
JJ dolpliit*. ami Contra! Depot, an Klriucnn cold
ticket aut wlih three pcatli in conun. A nmanl ot ijs
will bn paid for the return uf tbo aamc to Kuuiu I, 122
l.aSallo-«l.
OTUAYKD-FUOM CHICAGO AND WESTKBN-
O an., aturtvl borae, rear nn hind leg: r>{><* around
neck. Any person delivering him to U. NORTON, 630
Kiatn-at., will bn wnll rowanlinl.
BOARDING and lodging.
Snnth Slrtr*.
8 ELDBIDCR-COUBT—NICELY-F VBN ISIIB D
room* to rout, by the week, with or without lionrd, to
Indies or gontlmneu; board from $5 to 47 por week.
iii MICHIGAN-AV.—DA Y HOARD i’EU WEEK
4 L 8t; furnlihod room* without board, purmotilh. 43
to 416; room* with hoant. pur week, 45 to_4B,
do'ANI) « EAST MONBOE-ST., OPPOSITE
trO I'atnior Honte—Now, dean itlntrle room*, plentiful
tattle, g 5 to d 7 per week s Uldo board, cl. Knvll.hjiouie.
y»n"EAHT UANDQLPH-hT.-EMiUANT FUUNLSII'
U*7 ed nKim*. wittier without board, in a prlrato Frooclt
family. Henular French choking. Tennt imidorat*. _
(10“ MICH IGANVaV. NIC'Ef.Y ' FURNISHED
Li Ou front room to rent. Alto mom* witli board for
two or throe goutlumou at $8 and <7 por wuuk.
West Mile.
OO AIHtBDP.EN-ST.-VEBYATTBA(rriVH BOOMS
with tinbolaae table, lor yoimjr pooplu. Duo room
very low la two younu ladle*. All im> lent coiul irta. A
moat Inviting borne. Madtion car* half block only.
North Sldn
-1 A n EASTCrnOAOO.AV.. UP STAIRS—PRIVATE
X‘X*J bnardlng'ln a unall family, n|c„ rmnu, (I.MI per
week. Al»o lew day hoarder* can be accommodated.
Hotel*.
Nevada hotel, isand v<d wabarh-av.. be
(ween MadUunaud Monme-it*., >1.50 to Al por day,
♦7 to 111, per week ; 3 in a mom 4*l; day b'ard $5.
BOARD WANTED.
nOABD-ANI) ONE OU TWO BOOMS (UNFOB
XX Diahed l for man and wife la private family; call
party; botwoon Uarrlmn and Tvidfin-ate, Micblrao and
Tbird-av*. Call or addroaa l*ot H mUi Clark *l.. lUun 3.
TO EXCHANGE.
|?OR EXCHANGE—HOUSE AM) I.OT ON WT.ST
X' Side, vrltta tiorg on ooruar; ninia (or <l*o. Atanoiu
vaturduwu the railroad, runted. Will ricnatign fur acre
property (or mbtiltlding. J. il. hIX’UIbT, ISO Clark
at., ilooru 4.
fim KXCHANOB-ATOUKAT HAno'ArNS-SKVKIi-
L aiatnrei and dwelling! on Ardicr-ar., near Twcmy*
tlilrd-al., all new, well built <>( lirlek, with alone trim*
mlnga, and furui*bed wlili modern uoutrnl' ncoi; ga*.
water, and aower. Will tell lugutbor or aeparately, and
can give tplaiuUd trade* o( (rouitS.ud in Will
lake In exchange good farma or do.lrablo couutrr rotl
deocoito lllluola or adjoining huici, clear ot Incum
brance. Call Monday. KIRK 11. NMVELL. M Waab-
Ington-al., Ilooui Id.
(no KXCiIANOK—4HMMJ WORTH OR HEAL Ks-
X lato, (our nnp lumtea, rent at a year, fur nn r
rhandlaa of any nbd am) aomo c&au. Addrma L fci,
Tribune olllco. .
(ltd EXCHANGE—3O a'cRES NIC Alt WASHINGTON
X HulghU. soar depot andoer-shopa uf 0., I). A V.
Railroad. Good chance for »ui>dlvl»lou. Will eicfiatioo
(or clear bom# and lutaud eoioe catb. Apply u> E. to.
DHLViiU. ?2 Dearboru»t,
mo'KXCH A NOE—lat PROVED FARM IN WISCON.
1 ala and Kan>aa and laadt, clear. for bouse on We>t
SUlo. worth dlu,WO. Will aatuuie |3,UW. UK, Tribune
office.
MU) KXCIIANOI£.-iUPiIOVttU EAUSI IN WISCO.N-
X »tn <>r K»n*»«, l»nd»«lo*r, lur Jewelry. AJdruu 0
U, Tribune ditice.
t in» EXOIIANUK—NICK ItHYo JIT fiTIH.'K lIK
i hard ware *ml atutea (ug old ai«cki for b»UM ami M
audaotal) auwuat of caab. it 49. Tribune utflco.
rpO EXOUANOB-i.‘ftWAOir*SMl!i6uUUl I.AM> TO
X eiubauua for hou*. and lot io clijr oraubutba. Will
•Minit* email uouiyuuo gued t>ro(>arljr. AtUroaaKri,
TribuiU) oitce. __
AX'ANnW-OOOl) rifv JMIiiPF.UTV IV i;x
cli*u«o lur * lirU-cl*i» btiaiiiMa llul uow pajia
to ilitvO* rc*r uut; »*lunl at fJiMw'i or wcu'J iell »n<v
lull iniurcU to « itood bunuat mail, (bateau take Iml
I'Utigoul IhubuilavM. aolJcUud. Ad
dr?»» A 12. 'mbunaotUee.
BOOKS.
IJAIUJAINti IN tiUOOMMIANI> HOOKS; NOTH
J) iiiiior Ko a quire, envelope* to a pack at OILUEUf'a
Old ll.nok Store, IKI (vmt li Olark at,
DIVORCES.
ALL VOBT AIN El). NOi r FUAUI)-
\) uloLtlr. Feo after dearea. Ten lean*practicelo
tba c«ufl*_i^lCkj£M°i—A«MfgMj^2iilLiS£sJliLL£iL— —
MEDICAL.
W' ILL ALL VuFFEhFIi FUOM ANT FOIIM OF
alauaao. no tuallur of low lung standing, or wbo fall*
•d to cut* >iu! *o to ibe Slat* Ucdical Olio-*, Uf Boot*
* OaUato. w4b* F*nua«eoU/ emedf
CITY REAL ESTATE,
I /OH HACK IHIKXKb HGIM.KVAUI) AT A
*r*»lMrn»in: part of On* rorMm tnnti»y tsk«n In
In* n.d rbisr nty pruporty. \V« ham aim a I,«nd
I'nfnrt of cround nurllin Nomal S'h'i'.l, onn tinm. nr,
Tw«niy-«liU)-Kt., near ISutW, and unTtrril olhut (iincea «,(
prnpertf tn trad* f'>r wintry Undi or br,prnti*.l r|t»
properly. CbA HK K A SNA’A, koomll, l:rt bai-aii’- oi.
I/OH SALK - r/)OK !“ LOOK !”jlAmr'oVP.m:
l‘ tunl’y. Oaden ar., n»»r.l»ckem -it., 60 lent, (m-.t.
Inf on two afreet*. An «i«ra tinn property.- Can l>e bn*
pnoe-ifor builitttM and re»id*»nce. Call and mo pttt.
11. o.tltoKN 4 SON, 12* USalle it
l/Olt SAbK-COITAOK, WmiSiniVlt ANUI.Oh
I? n?i Van Uurenit., ft"ar Al,er<l.*«n. Want an ofler
Immediately, H. KKKLKIt, H&Glark.it.
I/O It HAI.K HARGA’IN, KAUOAIN-S MtW TWO-
I 1 •r,,ry hrlrk hnoae*, with Tn’» 2.A liy IJSf.st melt,
on Ko«*ul)i-a«.., pm woit of Ktswm-av., only dk.Ud
l.V'.eaeH, balance caiy. Apply v> K.C, OOLK A
CO.. 11l Ui-arborn it.
I/oK hm.k -tymry "i.v twri fink iiohsf/Tat
I 1 *aerlHro for tub. Principal! only aldroit O S>,
'1 fil,’in« oflice.
1/OU HAT.K—P.XCIIANGK OH JIRNf-lIKSinkNCK
I No. 'I/‘ Walnut-tt.; have Hit of aoud eichin*-*.
K.b. OAISFIKbO, (7 baHalle tl,
T/OK HAI.K-GOOl) GOTT MJ H, LAUGH HAHN. 7.1
I Frank en.frJ lent {nm llluo liland-a?. can; tftroo
yrat«* !■ >«« at *l,O year- I‘rlee, |Vift.
| - sub urban' re a estate.
1/OU SAI.K-CHK AP AND TIK b"(: OU N -
I" try hnm««. I iiA»« thr"«> now hou«-'t joit h’lllt In
(lloncix 1 . (or iilo i( icuil pruianivi.it prlvor, or mil et*
chunr* Inr jro xi pr.p"r’y.
one 2-«tury b<wp.b 11 roorni, 91/..0.
C’.itUei), Will, I;-, M iry, nru Lil ;k I.iioi.ont, mirldo
mannd, and Pay window, fl.ao.
2 itnry hnnio. fodilr. 2JiF'. wpli brick La'cment, mir*
bio mmtcl, and biy windnw,
I!"*uMtni trn.ro I',»r on mom lily payment* *1 ?r,. *<t, $«,
and ?1" f>’>r (not. I r«<• (aro to mo property. MOHTu.N
CUbVr.H, Ibfira 1 .Motropntltin llloik.
T/OH SALK—4I>I IVILb llb’Y A~ HKA U fl FULbGT
J at Park Itidce:tlß down and lb a nu nlli until
paid : one (<l»rir (run depot, I'r«n»rty iliown Cheap*
r*t (imrerty In mark'd. Aim, (Jlonroo 1-do at ramo t«rrn*
and prico*. JUA UJU< ) W.V. 11l U>alli‘-»t . I{n<nn 4.
I/Oil SA'i.lf*’GG I*o NO. II t.MAMIIkirOF CG.Mi
I’ morco lor nko h««w ami lol»on olay inymonN. In
tho beautiful vibarh of M-.firaQ Park. .Scho-il (icilitlei
(hobu-i lo Mu*h., mtrr. acd railroad laro only Id onu.
OI.G. U. CI.AKKK. Ai!»nt.
T/OU SAbF-Ol’. TO KK N T—W IT 11 ” I-' GItN PI U H 1".
1' |( w,»nled, ,!"*U»bl<* mil >nro at Hatenawnod 11:1
cs«y tvrrn*. or will »«c!dnra f-,r rir»ti«rty in or Dear
1.-iwell, ,M&*i. W. W, MIKIt.MAN.HI Jjiko.it.
1/OU SAI.K-SI'bh.MMU HUH.DING LOTS IN'Va"
I 1 Trn«-H,d on monthly or -I'lif'-tly Y„ 1
n"t«r will buy m | ,« ai now. Addr"M.J » i.Tribune
f.’OU SAI.K-DPSPi.AINKS, MiXiyj l-KKT. NKAtI
I dop’d, i b-ir, lor il>> ca»h or lime; worth i tji). Ad*
dr**M I> W, Tril-UO" oth'-1. _______
I/IQH SALE—AND EXCIIA S G K—C HO f(E N'lßl H
I 1 Shorn f*llnco property. Improved and varatu :
ham li*lof good etcUiDg *. K. L, OANITBI.D, 57 La
hail- »t. •
VousV.e-or t.X' iiAMii;-mu. c;iiy unim-
I* prov.-d. one of the tinuM resilience* Id Oak Park, ri ’
lu every particular. 33 MoUepjllUl IJl&ck, M. C.
NILS'*, or Oak r*rk.
I' and acre* at lllnidalv. PM—* and tarn* will b» male
to lull th« lime*. O, .f. SToUGH. Hu Dearborn-*!.
“country real estate.
Ip OK SAI.E-I OFFER AT A VFUY LOW FIGURE
• Thoms* Oofidliody** hlßhly-mltlrated farm, ton*l*t
-111 IT d about 2tu aon-*, with tin* flr*t-cla»* linpfurpn.ont*,
nt tatvd on th" rfnrthwo'f.'m Railroad, the e >rp'<.
ration of |.ak<* Form. Can be iold tor ono-lhird cub,
balance on lorn? time, nr In exchange for *OlllO other prop
erty. HENUV HYORTH.RiA-hUad mock.
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
VVr ANT E D - W iTTI A V E -
E-11 rltinrf InroMmonta in choir# re* dt-nro and b'ulnt-M
property, unlmpror-d, on Wo.t Si 10. Owner* of auefi
plcaaocill. 11. O-SHORN A SON. 12S LaSallc-tt.
TO RENT—HOUSES.
TO RKNT-TWO-STOUY AKD U \SKMEXT TKN
r» tn Uuuto. but and cold water, lu.julro al titu Wa.
ba»h at.
M’O'KENr-SfIOOD HOUSES j LOW Tf» OOOH TEN*
1. anta: imiuudlat'i i«.a*o«i|(<n. Call at Z 3 lUvor-»r.
rpu uf:Nr-'NEAU'LiN';oLNTAftK“N'Ti nkkTh”
L iiorhnr.d. 4 rooir* in bri'-k l.ulMiojr -roorn Mat,
*.11; T-rt Ami tlal, 433. CHAn. N. HALE, 133 lUu
dilph-it. '
rPO RENT-45 ROOMS. SUITABLE Foil Hoi KL
1 purputca, suod lucatl o, at ll*j aud lia Last Waati-
Inefon-at.
rro RENT-NEAR LINCOLN FARE. AND TWO
1 block* from ear*, a 2-atnry and barement briek. In
rnnm*: miHlrrn Imprn«onient«; rent location
tlru-elaa.. CIIAH. N. DALE, U 3 lUndolpb-at.
fPO RENT-DWELLING i* 4 MICHIG AN*A V.. \T-
I pwm hnn«", with all contrntnnce*, ban. etr. ; n'»-
ai’«»ion rivoh limuediMelT. Apply at JAUOo Willi. A
• GEO. A. SI'.AVKHNS.
TO RENT-FURNTSHED WEST MONROE
aU, :{lirjper month; part nnturnUhoJ Lome free l>-r
care. EDMUND U. STILES, 9 i East Maduoa-«t.,
Room 7. _____
rpo ri;nt— io r f)oSteb iibusF, no. j:. western^
1 ST., and h u*rhuM furulturo for aaln at fame. Ad'
droit, 11 3e. I'rlbuno otlico.
rpo UENT--A DESIKAIiI.E RESIDENCE ON THE
i North Hide. Will Date fur one year or miror'iAd
drcaa D 3d, Tribune oihco.
rpo RENT-TO A WIDOW'LA’dY OR SMALL FAM.
I tly, a tdnaranf bmi«e at nominal rent. Address Mr*.
ANNIE lIEWi n , 11*1 We«l Jack»nn-at.
rpo RENT— CHEAP—474 WEST LAKK-ST.. 9 ROOM
L hnutn; and I.NO Koiith Dearborn-*!., near State and
Tlilrleth. with bam and modern Impruvcmenta. A. U.
ROUINStI.V. Room a. 137 Fourth-av
TO RENT—ROOMS.
rpO BFST-FUBNI’SHF.D BOOMS, ?M iIUBON-ST.
X Imiulro thoro or at Knanor lire* , niflcn corner Clark
aud Kmrhi-eo., BoomaUaud 13, or No. 9 Wabaib-ar.;
reasonable tonun.
TO BENT—OHBAP, SUITES OK BOOMS FOB
hnn»okocping, MemM Block. Ingulreuf janitor, 127
I.at I Van Buron-et., lU»o:n I.
TO BENT—I IB SOUTH HANGAMON-fiT.—A SUITE
front room* furnished: term* rea«onaldo.
TVTIi F. NT- KURNISI IEII BOOMs'CH liAP, #TNOLE
or on tuilo. 155 and 157 Kail Waihlngton-at., Boom 21.
110 BENT—HANDSOMELY FURNISHED BOOMS?
heat location In tho city, and lowest renta, at 1(U
Sooth Ulark-*t.. fleam A.
fro UKNT—PLEASANT AU.’OVK FRONT BOOM.
I with hot and cold water and tun of bathroom; alau
other room* furniihed or uufnrnlihed. 95 Ceutro-ar.
fPO BENT—NICELY FURNISHED BOOMSrwmt
X nr without board. King*bury Block, Uandolph-at..
near Clark. Apply at Boom 30.
f|'U BF.ST—EH.hOAN TLY-FURNISHED ROOMS. 412
1 |o 425 per month. Bellgla-Philoaopbical rubllahing
Ibiuao Buildlng.ltll Dearborn-*!.,! wo block*south of I’.O.
rpo BENT—FRONT BOOMS. SUITABLE FOB
X hnuaekooplng nr lodging. near Grand Pacltio Hotel,
lu Sherniahit. Ttamiciiu taken.
TO RENT—STORES. OFFICES.'&o.
Store*.
r RENT—DESIRABLE STORES ON TWENTY
•ocotid «t , ra*i nf State; cheap to good tenant. W,
M. BAKER.6O LaSaUe-aU
Mlticollnnnona-
TO RENT—FINE BASEMENT, NOS. 118 AND 113
North Clinton*!.
_ _ __ WAN TED—TO RENT.
WANTED-TO BENT—BY TWO (4 UIKT OBNTI.K
-aoo of the hlcbutt reriKicLablUtr on<* or two room*,
wither without board. In a prlraU* family on the North
Hide, eaat el Uoarhnm at, and aoath ot Chieaßo a*. Ap
ply, atatiiiß price and location, to ENOS BROWN, 21
Baal Uaniiolpti iu Tho heat of teferonee giren and et
poclod. Bnarding-homa keeper* need pot atuwor.
WANrKb-T0”BENl-6N THE SOUTH SIDE,
between Van B iron amt T«entyaecond-«le., a .mail
cottage containing about *lx room*, with water and gae,
'by aimall family. Addre** A 57, Tnniiio nrtice.
V\> ANTED-TO~[fEVlCjrY™ LADY a' KUBNISIb
It ml room in a prtrata family, board part of the ti mo,
liotwcon t.’ontre-nr , Hal.led. aladliou. and Van Uuiea
at*. Addro»» M. >55 Carroll-aT.
WANTED-TO HENT-A HOUSE FOB A FlltST
cUot tenant on the South Side between T*>onty-aeo
ond and Thirty-tint-ata., eaat of Stale; rent about iH>r
mouth. Addret* Boom i. 3 McUormtek liluok.
WANTED-TO RRNT-X”BMAI.L“FUUNISHKD
i> honto in a aubuibao town. AddroM, with lull par
ticular*. 11 U, Tribune ottice.
\\7a NTE D-TO BKNT-|Ty a irRSPONAIIII.I-%
»i pnmipt pailnir party, a modlum airod. huuae on
fiotilh side, north of Tw«>nty-f uirth-it. Addre**, tialiug
Ltatuin and price, 0 9, Tribune utUao.
BUSINESS CHANGES.'
* HARE CHANCE FOR A CASH CUSTOMER
-7\ Saloon and bllllard.halLwßhbcit e.tablUhtd trade on
Wett Madi»on-»l, (or i»1»; No. ft(7, Hoar tcrinlnoi id
iiretl-cam and 'bmoa. Will mil with or • llhuiil billiard*
(ablet, aa am lo go into the manufacturing butlnuat.
Coma ami negoilalo.
"i" GOOD STOCK OR nilOOliUlBS ANDTHE FIX-
A tnraa for tale with a lung toaie of a atore amiatod <>n
tba \Vea4 Side In a good tlrlnjty, realising (torn |rk> to «:o
tier day. Impilroul CHAS. t. SCUUMACKIiu A CO.,
Jli Jlltto Ulaod-ar.. comer o( TwaKth-tl.
A PHOTOGRAPH GAU-UUV, WKLI. ILOCaYeD
In thl« city, and doing a good tui*lnra«.(or aalo cheap;
good cauaa (or wiling. Atldrvaa 11 ml. Tribune uihce.
* SAI/lONi ISM. STATE-ST., FOR BALEi WILD
J\. taka a unrao In trade; balance caili.
~i~ MEAT MARKET ANll" PAOKIN(MRIirSE~
iv doing a good batlnat*. for sale: rare opportunity as
owner mu»t go_Raii. Ad drew li>l and 10<5 Twuiilytocuiul.
Business interests sold, partnerships
nugiiMaiedj good bunluaaa ujirnliiV* on hand n>*
.pilr|ngE»4 to 410,000, J. K. KIMIiALL, 67 WaaUlng
tun ii.« Room 1.
Drug store ,ror hale, in a good looaT
lion, and doing good bu*lue**;good reaaon for aulilug.
A ddrcaa 14 W. Tribune uihce.
riui’A. R. AND A. MASONS-n'~rwTi“»iONTir;
X (rateling taleamau preferred. 14S Clark it., RmmiSj.
fUO RENT-THROUGH HAVING - 4)THEU HUM'*
1 noaa In attend lo.tlm Star intelligence OlHco, Ui)
Wottslnnroe.it.
rmiK'WUOLk ou a iia'i.f intkkrst in a
X hrat-claaa dry good* alor* for aalu ata bargain, doing
a hualucaa of iliVwd pur anooin. Doain of partner rvaaon
for V-lUng. AiUtvaa JOHN k. COMM'UCK, £«#
IU»on, Co no.
\|f ANTEU—AK KIUJCATiiIf IMIVsiOIAN. >#Tm
IT good tefaranco, eau hear of a good opaiilng ioa
country Un»n ty applying to the umlar.lgurd, on Woduoa
diy.alloa. m., at VanSiiack. filwfutuua A lluid'a. Wi
aodMUVoal. OKANOKK.
£ • ) (V-UKSfI'AUirA NT :t?<s BTATK.HT. i LIVING
rooiue la rear; vortb aUoollaa if >uutu*au
PAMN|RS
pAUTNKK VV A N I’KD-T iTj ST>A \\ WFT 11 hit ALL
i mean*. lo tnaoufaeiur* atu-iuey-rcaklatf anlu)e;*uni»-
Uun* iioudod g»«jmbaiu. U totoujuooJ* lutelfal onco.
an I will »ull. ll* at ciianeo lor In* tanner lo make Dionuy
nulck. Call at UK and lit_La*l_lUQcli-lptk-U., baaunioiji.
PA'iTfNKirwANi't^-wrrirFuo\f#»«ViV*iriwC
In (food paring lofiiimat* liunueia. Call uu tit ad*
dri>M if 8 H.JIa Fmb
liiiITNKU "WANT it li—WITH' FKOil 4J.UWI fl)
X AJ.WU caab In * uiauulaciuring bualuot already
uUbluUd; i.rvllUlW |.ur teal; a.Hldee aUplu: luacl.ln
-orj *U in jrnod order. neatly now. tor partlouJare adOreM
|| U, No. jlibuulU baagajiuu-al.
ijAUTNEU WANTEO-Whll AHOUT 4tW. WALK
X oriental*, manufacturing tualauae. Unity establish*
ad, ret* ruiqunitaUie. Adams* If V* adtaa,
WANTED—MALEIHJBLF.
BookkooDArs. Clerks. An.
WANTED- A CLERK FOR THE RETAIL GROCR.
ti n bmilneu: »no who nodontanda Iho bailneis,
(.'all t.r Iwer-o 3 and 6 at 2*J Tlilrty-flrit_.au
\V ANTED-A lioOKKKkPKR WHO PERFECTLY
“ * under.'and* double entry bookkeeping, and I* capa
ble of attend i i.r to tho oulaldo bniinraa of a brewery:
tr.’i.t tpeak German. Addr*a«, alatlPg roferonees and
raiarj expected. (1 1?. Tribune oftco.
\V ASTI D-INSTRUCT ION EVENINGS IN DOU*
• 1 bin-entry 1, . aae-opln.; from an arj>^rl: will pap wall
f>rgo .d iMir iciion. Addrnaa K 69, Tribune office.
\\’AN fKI) ■ A SM\RT TOUNfrMAN THATMJN*
or fall'* 10 u^a order* and dollT-
Tmtint,
TtTANTKD-snoK.noTrfiMßns-TiiK suusrmin
tottomera on
r«s;";, :, wm’ , -p"lmu.V”'fr'*-**'"•“• k »
WANT KD—TWO lIOYH, H YKAUA (M.dTTn A
manufactory. Addrem O NT, Tribune T.ff.ce.
W ANTED-AN APPRENTICE TO I.f AftS THR
I^ , l^ a ab ( .I.in«M. 1 .in«M. t Appl, Ui 11. w/ WKTH ER™£
\\tan7R|»-a fif'mn rAUTUAfjE-i»AiNf
WA NTKI>- I’/.ASt KURIts" TO I.UMP TII K C'OI!-
nlc«atjtn houMi, bow teid/, *i No*. iiauatT
i’mav. ilr.M'.Alfc
\\*ANTKD—S*I imifIMMIIHMIRRS. AT SOUTH
} T Chicago, al tLrt r.e* rr.UlCirf-mill Inn I ting. Apply to
.T. If. l(ro*n, Iron and Sterl nf.ir.i any'a building, South
Chicago.' WKI.LS, FKBNCH A Co/ _
WANTKII-A HIIKWKHTO TAKB CHARGB OF A
beer brewery In the country at once; go-el wage*
and expense# paid. Apply at Kootn W, lii l-aKalle-af.
WANT KIJ—A WOOD' KMJKAV Kirj - aIZhiV, - A
Ist fur drawing on wo-,-l, main nr female. tine work;
pormanoat position. Addrei* It M, Tribune ©flioe.
WANIF.iI— IMMKIIIATfLY—SIXOdUI) (JAHI’KN
lera (o work in Oleac-i" : Vrm*. half ca«n and half
rral estaio at cash price*. MOUTON CULVhII, Room 4
Metropolitan Block.
MIX KFPicfPNf
it broom-makera al Fremont, Nob. Constant employ
mi nt guaranteed. For particular* call on \V, l„ 11ul>-
bard or A. 11. Ferry. Klmlo-st. JAMBS O. SMITH.
■\\rA.sTr.u-A good iiAKi:n TiHmnuoiiLV
> > entv.pMem t-Wale charge on bread. K‘\ State-at.
\V*AN I Kn-STH)CJDisTAiKnUILD^W”AT’IIKAH
>V 1> Writ UkOSt.
U f A NTl.il' COMPOSITOR TO ACT AS
* ’ foreman In a country priming-office; ho mot lbo able
to loan hla cimM»m ifiai on good security; aouo otbora
need aj.ply. A.Mrr»a M C*>. THbum Otfico.
XV'ANTHII—A Pit At; TICAL MACHINIST AH FORK
„V n.an • tireferi-ncu giren Vi «neh man Um will ln»e»l
J,o nr In b i*ine«a on good aocamy. Call atltl
Meal Chlvagu-ar., Ir.rn J b> » a. m.
\V*.> : T p - , . ) - ,( ' ’'Xrpentkrs to-day. i9TH, at
. ’ n °* D-Tw-aij-uurd •«. Thn«o accustomed to lay*
Ing n-».r and v.tting partition preferred.
Employment Aaonolna.
TUAN rED-3.0 RAILROAD LABORERS FOR IOWA.
»» KHurit-me qaarrp-v, «1,7» p-rday: 7& for gravel
train and section work ta IHin-m. 3) (or isw-mlll: all Ireo
fare; 10 f»r f»rrni,_K. A. A NO ELL. 3>. S nth Wator *f.
\\ r ANTr.I»-2"3 IIA (I.ItOA I>~ LABORERS FOR
it .Iowa; wag-a (r«*n (are- l-rt for farm*, a aw
mill*, rj'iarl"«, ale. R. F. CHRISTIAN, 111 South TV*.
•**r-it., it .<nn I.
\V r ANTED—TO LEAVE TUESDAY. im RAILROAD
>Y hbunri fir l"«a, p-r day: lon lor Tlllud*.
SI.H) and tl.ui t>er day: U •a*tmil hand?, from i2o to F-u
AIQ 111* tU ’ Sl,Jttl Walerll * E - O
WASTKD-.V/J ItAILRoXtI I.AIIOUF.RS, CHOP
per*, and >iuarryt».-n wage* #I.J*. rnr day; tr>-o
fare. Apply to U. V. h.SEI.L A CU., 13 TVe*t Han*
d'lipb at.
Mitnelinnoon*-
\\TANTRD-AN ACriVR Ad I-NT IN EVERT TOWN
IT m Wj«con*m, lowa, Mirinact, and sta'c* and Ter
ritories W--rt. Including California. to anil the Summer
King Cooking hto»ii, tlio best oil atoro ever Invented.
Warranted aafnr thaa any ordinary lamp, and will bake
light loaves ol bread at a covt of not ovor I cent lor fuel.
Ag.jat* can niaki- Irnn $1 to ijnpor day, Addrev* I r
particulars SUMMER KI NO STOVE CO., PlMatuirg, Pa
\\TANTED-iIKN, CITY Oil COUNTRY, To SELL
• T last-M-lling novelties ctirotnoa, and notion*: _]>•*><
large*! percentage; oulMt*. $i to *3n. AMERICAN
NOVELTY CO,. 113 East Madlson-at., Room 19.
u:antki>-st<tk Ao'csrs mu a popular
Vi publication for tbo mllli'in*; a month can bo
r'aUred <-n .niall capital. Boom 17, Sowing Block, North
CUrk-it., comor Kln/io.
\\TANTKD-A GOOD. STEADY MAN.WELL RKC
»* oinmetidrd. and who I* quick and accurate at ng.
utr*. to act a« weighman and make hun«n|i generally u»o-
Idat a coal-mine. Apply to TV. I’. BEND A CO., U 3
L&Sallo-at.
WANTED-A CANVASSER TO SOLICIT JOB
IT printing f.'rand ourliig tho Etp-iyittuii. T<> ago t
man n permanent poiltiua will be given. Addroaa 0 &3,
Tribuuo uthco.
Wantkd-a state aTsknt ixm cuearvs
• I PaP-nt Kidding Work Table, Tins iiarare opn.’r»
tunity. AddrusiA. L. STONE, 2Ui Woii liandolph ac
\r ANTED-MKN WITH «3I‘TO~fKnj“CASH~ FOR
IT butlne*Mtiai will |>ay irNiu prrmuntb. fl aainjiloa
a< nt Irre lo parth- wuhire u> Intoatigatu. RAY A LU.,
Chicago, 61 LaSallo-»t.. Room i,
\\TANIKD-A YOUNG MAN 'flJ - ADDRESS-CllC
it cular*. Addn-v* U ‘3. Tnbtino olheu.
ANTI '. I»—Y ot * No MAN "TO LEAUN~PHOTOG
it rapby. 46H Mtlwaukonav.
WANT i:D~M AN~TVIIT I“♦ MJ IN PLaCB OK
trn-t i duiiu* light, talar; (15 weekly. Apply at e 7
South Clark at.. Room In.
WANTKD-AGENTS CONNECTED WITH KUU
nlturo trade to aell oiirX Piano Tabaroi .atau Patent
Knock-Down Xahtoa. Addroaa L. I‘IiSTATVKA A CO.,
C'jtnbridgepart, Mav*.
WANTED—FEMALE HELP.
Domestics*
A GIIIL TO DO
■\ V‘a n x k n - o i n i7k o tTb r veu aiTD o k
• • «t IVJ huutb SamtainoD^t.
\\rANTitD—a UKbiM:crAm7n~j!urf^DTrs^
'» ond work la a txianllogtioaio. Call at all Jill*
VVr A STED—A 1101*1) GERMAN, NORWEGIAN, OR
» Swede girl. u> cooia Apply at curuor Michigan av.
audTbtruluurtn_at.
WANIxD-A GQol*. OU’.A.S, TRUSTWORTHY
girl. or woman, to do crmral tmuv'wnrk. Apply at
2i Ka*t Tuesday, Aug. 17, from 9 to 12 b.
II work:mmibringreferences. No, 770 Wutt Jack
•nu-at., near Wlucbonerav. __________
WANTD-a'n AMERICAN, GERMAN Oil SOAN
ti dlnarun girl (or gemiral homework lu private
family. Apply a) £l3 Elliv-av,
\\fANTBD-GOOb Ulill. I'OR GENERAL HOUSE
ir work tn family of three; umat Lo good waaber aid
Irnner. 1M W«l Jackaon-al.
WANTK-X FIRST
encei required. Call at 1,17; I'rairluav. to-day.
IT in amall private family; man be a Rood cook, wash
er. and truner. German preferred. ‘i<fi \Se»t Harrlaun at.
WANTED— A SOUUIMniIL ANITA bfsilWASll
er at Nevada Hotel. ISO Wabatb-av..Dnar Moiiruo-at.
WANTKD-TWO OllitMAN. SW KUI.SU.Tm hOAn'-
it dluavlan plrla:amall family and good wagoa. In
quire at lltf Wabaab-av., about 9 a. tn.
WANTi:b-A~ DINING-ROOM GIRL AT AhA.MS
Hnusv, corner Clark and llarrlsuu-*U. GRAVES
lUUTLKR.
WANTKD-A GObb oT»L; MUST UE A GOOD
vv cook, wrabor, and Iruuer: Gorman or Swede. 717
Wabashav.
WANTKD-A GIRL. TO DO GENERAL HOUSE
work: wuatcoiud woll recommended. Apply at id!
Fultonat.
WA NT EI >—TO -DA Y. AN EXPERIENCED GIRL
fur second work, and to aa«Ut In inning, loco Into
the country tor ‘J montba; 3 oilier girls la the family:
wagoa $3. Room Is, rtf Madtaun-st.
\\TASTKD—A GOOD t/OOR AND LAUNDRESS*;
v> Rwude or Norwegian girl; tolerance required. 11l
Mlebfgan-av.
WANTED-AT MEKCUIANTS* HOTEL dYmNO-
I? rouni belp, wale or fumajj. and uno verub girl.
Sennmmini
■\VANTEDH GOOD DRESSMAKERS AND 3 AP
iv ptuutlcea, at av. Come prepared to
work.
Nnreoa-
WANTED-A GOOD AMERICAN GIRL TO TAKE
11 care uf cniMron; about 11 y;ara ol age; bring refer
re poo- tuv EiMbav. Appl> tbit nmming.
EmDlormont Acenoiet.
■WANTED - GERMAN AND SCANDINAVIAN
> > glrla fur private tamlllci, buudv, la indrio*, city and
country, at Mra. DUSKE'S oitko, BO Milwaukee-av.
Miacellannnna-
WANTED-SEVERAL UESIM-OTARLn VOUNO
ladle* and genilemeu to a'tiit In furmtug an amateur
dramatio aaauciatiun. Addruaa A ta, Tribune office.
WANTED-A VOUNO AUKIUCANLADV, FOU
ottica work and confidential olork: pleaiant pniltlon.
Mata age aud lull particular*. Addreaa F L Tribune
otllce.
\UANTKI)-A HUH, TO ASSIST A DKNTIHT AND
> > board at home. biafo ago, elw, and wtgta osoocted.
Addrc«» A 77. Tribune oitloe.
FOR SALE,
IMIR KALK-UU FEET, MOUB OR LESS,VERY
' lino wruupb: iron tencnt alao l«m railing for alepa,
M,tTJUc*V._p. U. BECKWITH. m mVer-at.
L’*Oll SjAI.E-OK lIiUE-rKNTa-TKNfs-Al.f.
X* kind* and all alzee, new atpl ancund hand, wilt*
camp equipage of iun*t Improved klnda. Apply at Uuv
eminent Uo«d» Depot, IP6 and m Lako-at.
i.nm male-two"car-loads op'oood oab
1' b*g»; can be Inaded up title wook at Brighton nr at
Ilia I'Alnn Stock-Yard*. Addreaa WM. HUSK, W«l
lorty-tldrd at., Union MU>ok-Yatd>, Chicago
INSTRUCTION.
WANTED-TWO TEACHERS FUR TIIK liI.KN
»« coo I'ubha Scbnol. Applicant* will plea»e proiuot
tbotr cuillboatee of qaatlfioaliou trow the Super! nivitdout
ul Sellout* o( Cu»k County. Apply at Hoorn 4 Alolnu*'l'•
Uu Block. Monday, fiutb laet., betwaon Uia houreo/l
audip. iu.
WANTED- r A UOUU (iK.VIT.EUAN TK.UTIKK UN
Ilia plan* or organ to go out in tbo country. Apply
toJUI.ICa BAUER A CO,, eoruw Stale aud Monroe
•U. .I'aliimr Home.
PERSONAL.
1 NFOUMATION WANTKD*OF A
L young woman, partly imane, who etrajed from luune
un Baturday eveutug, Aug. li. Wore a
cudrvee. Mhllo apron, and necklace: bad ■
vu- Any lulormatluu about bur wdl be UiaukfoUy ro->
cdvodby but pareute.al Mußiliterueld-«t.
1 \ KlisoN AL— IF M its AM AND A WISE IS IN TUB
P cUu ilt. «l!iw *u old friend of her t**-
linn. Afldreaa I'tli. THi'iitio mhce-
machinery/
AT KIIIKWIMiD A DUNHI.ISK'B, 171 AND 173
A I •ku-«t.. machine •Imp. foundry, plaulng mIU. taab
aud dour-tac lory cquijiwenU, uiacUlulale* ___
VT' KIEUWtHiD A DUNKI.EK'tL 171 AND 173
A Uk«»t . ateam oiiglnba and builore. ateata pgmpe,
Aabotoa »lc*m pecking aud ruotkug, euglnocirv_aupJiUce.
inoll BAI.K-IJIIHH.SK POUTAULK KNUINK AND
|1 double circular aaw.tulli, of our uuuifaeturw] all
uew; aton'd at UtileNuauikco, UcoutoCu., \>U. Thu
above will be auld cheap. Foe particular* gifdaea U. X.
F. VWLDVe Newacke A.
SITtIATJONS WANTED—MALE.
Bookkflrmors. Glories. Ao.
cniJATioji wanted—ar conuKsnoyomsTon
vj clerk by » code rein 30 yaara of a»e, who hit had
M*?er*i yean experience In a general Inmranee acencyt
° *JJ I .* *2?^ * W i %l* aatiafaetory raleraocea
Will bo Addreti II n, Tribune office.
CITUAt’ON WANTED—IN ANY LEGITIM ATR
p hmlnen. except life Intnrane* and btwb-eahTaiilnr.
bv a competent and experienced clerk; not afraid of hart
work or loo* hour*. Addreea K Xl, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED—TO DRUOGISTS-^A - MAN
p nt experience dnlret a alinatim in iho retail dm
bnalneM-. can furniah the beet ol reference*. and wdnlo
I it* a week a trial In a HriUolau atoro. Addreaa URUU3>
l rlLuno office.
O ami eteady, who It engaged during lbs da», wlihet
lores co pj Ing in do in the etanlQge. nr Son Id taka shark!
o( a eel of booka. Addroit for three day* E 97, Trlbuot
Traaos.
(»ITUATIO.V WASTRD-A WATOIIMAKRH WITH
O 13 years' esperlenoe and foil set ot tools, and well
acquainted with several iriodern lan«as«e», w|*>im em
ployment la sutqo first-class bouse. Address D 99, Trlb
utio olfico
<^ITU‘
. JATION WANTED—BY A PRACTtOAL MAN
. in ft ifrli'-mil I d lit ill aft : r»n rtn th» rfptirlncol m»*
:l>ioory. Addrgx HENRY MACK, 111 Bunßet it.
Coachmen. Tonmatera. &o-
CITITATIQN WANTRD-BY A GOOT» COACHMAN
O and parrteoertHwede); can milk j wilting to do e*ery
kind nr noaiowati; bait reference. Addrtaa O 44. Trib*
uonr.^C".
Sw!TI:aTION WANTKD-BY A VOUNO DANK AS
eoacbman or walebraan. IVddreu F 28, Tribuna Oflee.
CITUMIO.V \\ ANTRD—BYA VOUNO >f AN f AMRR.
‘ ’ i . r ’. l In a prlraUJ family: j« willing ta
miKr arn.pii generally nscfni; best of references given.
Ad-lttM C in, r«hnea office.
MiaooUaneonA.
SITUATION GENTLEMAN WITH A
seed knon.etp" in s-T-ral modern language* irlihoi
* n ' u . , 'lf“ l .?!! , .!!! n . ,rn,nt -..KH. Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTKII-HY A JOURNALIST OF
It?n n - t^ r . l " on Jt ,e,lt * mostly In cities, on a
dolly nr weekly paper; haMt* unet •'•Mionabla: boat of
reference*. Addresa K 71. Tribune once. * ! •' • " •
SITUATION' WANrKt)"-RY A* V-lUNO MAN A 3
» j porter or drlrer lu mme ••or«: wdl work at anr hon«
I>M , Tribnn^teca ,lof Ctty lerereact » «l*na. Addrr.n
SrrUATIONS wanted-female
Dnmcatica.
CITUATION WANTF-D-BY ONR OF TUB RF.ST
O genial bouiowotk aorranU la city, Host of rcfor*
enco. P.TJ State-st.
SITUATIONS WANTKD-BY A MIDDLE-AGED
O woman and nor daughter 11 yevi old. for bouvework.
L' 1 ?. 1 .o?y.“ r .**. n,, , r *‘' s,r J- Uuuniry preferred. Addron
SSI, 191 West Jackionvt,
ITDATION WA.NTF.D—IIY A FIRST-CLASS COOIT
Call I<ir twodayi at 41.1 South HaNtml-n.
CITUATION WANTED-IN a SMALL PRIVATH
O family, by a Danltb rlrl, to do general hooiiewirk.
• s : ,u ! t, ~ f ’ l ' ln ,l' r '‘ for,s *- Addrca* her employer, LEON
HA iID, 10S TT ait hrln.it.
SITUATION WANTED-VOIt HDUSBWORK BY A
girl tbat can taka ea*'re charge of thing*, and can ap.
predate a food homo. Call at 112 0«k->t.. between
Market and SedgwKk-iti,. to-day, Small family.
SITUATION WANTED —A rOMPRTBNT Oflll
O wastes place to cook. wa*h. and lion. In a private
family. CtAst 1« North Rutker-.L P
SITUATION WANTED-MY AIiIGIILY RRHPEOT.
O able German girl to do general homework In a amtll
family; heat of reference* riven; North Sido preferred.
Apply aocond (loot, 342 North Clarktt.
CITUATIONS WANTED-RYTWO GOOD NORWK*
o sian girl*. In a prlrale family, one ria cook and the
other a« eecoud-glrl. Ploaao call at 133 Woal Adamj.il.,
In the tear.
CtrUATION* WANTED-BV A COMPETENT CIIRL,
j; todog.innrsl houieworle In n good prfrato family.
"I N* Vn Im' * 0 " cft H or addroaa fug two days
dIITJATION'WANTKD -BV A WOMAN TO DO GEN-
O oral hunsework: bai no objections to tbo country.
Inquire at 134 Auguita »t.
CrrUATION TV ANTED—BY AN AM KRIOAN GIIIC
•7 to do general buiiaowork. Apply 42 Uak-at., near
franklin.
SITUATION TVANTED-RV A GOOD. STRONG
at 411 wa!ja*h-ar.
OITUATfoN WANTKD-TO HO OKNERAL IIOOSK-
L. work: is neat aml competent. Call Tburtday at Hi
Klghteenth-n.. n«ar State.
SITUATION 'WANTRD-BV A SWEDE GIRL TO
O do general housework. Call at 34 Templo-it.. near
Chlcae—ar., on the West Sidn.
SITUATIONS WANTKD—BY TWO tTRSTCLASS
O chaml ermaldv; will mum themsalv-v- Apply nr ad
dreve MAGOIB KfiIJINSON, 193 WeM Uke-«t.. np-vtntrv.
Situations wantkd-by two swedlsii
gltli ; the opM.i do general tinnsewurk, the other to
do accr-iid-work. PJeaie call at 41 Archor-ar, Apply (or
two ilaya.
HotiaokooDort-
CITUATION . WANTED—BY A MIDDLE-AGED
p Norwegian lady, a home with a reapsctohlo private
family whero "he would not hercuulroi) u» do hoary work;
la capable ol being managor of a household, etc. Address
II 3, I niiutiu oSicu, (or threu days.
SITUATION WANTKO-BV~AN EDUCATED OKIC
O man lady a« hoti>ekeopcr. Inquire at 7 Cedant,,
third hoiive from Sta’c.
SITUATION TVANTED-BY A UKSPECTARLB
i j widow lady aa honTokccpcr fur a wldownr or small fam
lly: nu obifct mn to Ujn country. Call for threa days at tt
South .If flcrv m-aL. lor.M. L.
Emnlormont Aconta.
CrriTATIONS WANTKD-LADIRR in want op
O litst>cUM (omals bclp can bo mlted on abort notice
by applying to Mn._B. LAPfUSR, S*l West Madlaon-it.
Situations WANTKii-FAMiLiBs in”want bV
Rood Scamllnarian amt Gorman be n coo be aupDlbid
at Mr*. DUKKK’SoUico. Sj Milwaukee ar. '
SITUATIONS WANTED - FAMILIES (JAN HK
O aupsiltod with firat>claaa help Ly calling at Star Intel
ligence office. VJ6 Wait Monroo st.
'IT U A 1(0 NS - IV ANT L 7
O eood help c»n be tufted at once for oilr ani cnualry.
('ontnl office, Hl’* w«t Adamut.,corner HaUieJ. Oi*
flee fee, (0 cam*.
SITUATION’S WANTED—FAMILIES IN WANT OP
tlnt-cliaa female belp of any nationality in elty or
country can be auited *1 once at MRS. MAKER'S. Ufl W*-
bviti-a*.
Sf'nTTiatmsaoa*
SITUATION WANTRD-ny A RFSPRCTARLB
girl, to do ptato towing or aocond-work iu private fam
lllea. Please call Timday at lira Mlchlgan-tv.
Miacollnnoona-
CITUATION WAKTKD-BY AN AMERICAN GIRL
O i<> engage in lome dally emnloymout. Call at 1M Weak
.Tackaon.at. Tuoaday and >V eduatday. Aak for MINNIE
TILLMAN.
FINANCIAL,
A I COMMERCIAL PAPER, NOTES WITH COL
lateral*, and mortgages, bought and aold. ISAAC
OItKKNEBAUM A CO., No. 110 Plfth-av.
C" OMMBUOIAL PAPER AND MORTGAGES
bouebt and aold. Loana made on real estate at 6 nor
cent. EUGENE 0. LONG A UHO.. 73 EutWaabiog
luu-aL
1 P YOU WANT TO I}UY OR SELL LOCAL STOCKS
land securities, nr burrow or lend money on Ihvtn.
call on D. T. IUUOINSON, M Washing Uin-tU, Late
mont.
f HAVE MONEY TO LOAN AT FROM 9TO 10 PER
.L cent on mortgagee LAZARUS SILVERMAN,
Danker, Chamber of Commerce. Chicago.
Money to loan in’any rum at tug privatw
office nl the Diamond Purchasing and Loan Co.,
Hoorn H Howe Dnlldlng, corner State and Jackaon-au.
Money to loan on improved citv~prop
erly atUioU N IUN_T liU ST CO.. IKClarkat.
XfONKY TO LOAN ON WATCHES, DIAMONDS,
Jtl bond*, do., at LaUNDEH’S private office, LU Ran
dolpb at., near Clark. Established 1-H
Money in hand to*i.dan ttN chattel ok
collateral security. WILSON A DAVIS. Room
8, 110 Itandolpb-st,
\fONKY TO IX)AN Ojj DIAMONDS, WATCHES?
ill Singer machines, and other oollaterala. Private Loan
Otaco, u3Ciark*st., Room 3. upataln.
Sums op ttno ft) fi.'ood”fb'LOA?T on iiousks
and lote In tho city by U. P. BALDWIN, UUDear
biirneu. Room* e and 7.
SMALL KUMS'OP MONEY TO !A)AN ON EURNL
ture. lilanoe, aud other g(KH) eollaterale. U. 11. KiU
DOUjiN <s CO.,
W B AUE PRKPARHI) fo M AKE LfIANS, WITH*
out delay, In amounla aa wanted, on inod lo»|rte
improved or unimproved property, il. OSuOltN A SON.
LM LaSallo-aU
\\TAKTED—<3,PU) ON GOOD INSIDB PROPIjUfY
it at S per cunt Doom 3. SI Waabmgtou-al. P. W,
JONES.
WANTED— AT h PER CENT, *fj.«o ON rOtST
claaa 3(icb!gau-a>. atone (rnnta, riul-nod, aud lolg.
Principal! only. M. MKAHS. at.
MISCELLANEOUS.
4 IX CASH PAID FOII CAST-OFF CLOTHING
/V aud luUcellaneoue poudi of any Vtud bp wading a let*
ter In .IONAS gKLDEJ^WSwio-lU
"V DVKRTLSKIIS WHO nKSIUK TO REACH UOUN.
try reader* eta do »o la the belt end ob*aue»t manner
by ntlng ope or m«r»* loctlotu nf Kellogg ■ Great .Sivi
|iip«r Oiii. Apply to A. N. KKI.LOuQ, Tk Jaek»op.»t.
KAIMiOAU CLAIMS-I'AllTUill HAVING CLAIMS
> agalmt trantporlatl.m eunipaoloe for lots or damage
tofroTehlor bagyace, of fi** - «»f;rcbfcraroo.. and eUhliu
advlco, addr«*e 8. T. WEBSTER, 8J flajfcr Block, Chi
cago. ... |
UAIMIOAITfICKKTd .WANTED OVERALL TIIIC
Principe Ir> a<l* In the United titgtp*. Call «r tddma
J. (iOODKIUII. WSnulli 01arjr-*t.7oßleag<>. 111. *
(2TOKAUK IN JIIUCK WAHKUOUBB 1« WHST
O Monroc-ef. for fnroitum, carriage*, machinery, and
Benarai mwrcbindUo. Money advanced. Charge* tow*, l
fn the city.
fim-iMiivSri.KMKN, Pit ACTIO A I, BUSINESS MEN,
I tinire t» aaioclala tuemaelloa with a wholesale Urm
d ilnK*i)o.lal;ll*liedbmlnoa»i or will taka an Inlyreilln
a well uitatillabad manufacturing buiine**. Addreaa A 9,
liihnmxiilico, alAtlnc nature of baimcaaknd wb*reaa
Interview may ba bad.
WANTED— A link ok samples to sell ON
cuiumieiloo through IlllaolA, MiieouH, gad Wlf
ronelni picture-molding* or paper preferred. Addreaa
U U, P.l). Hug X, Alum. 111.
U>ANTkD-TO PURCHASE A DRUG STORE (UK
balMoUrert) In country loan, doing good bmineaa;
elate Uow long eaUbliebed, number of ulber drug-au>roe,
raluu of llsturoa. atettgo yearly aalea, rent, tonne, eto.
Addreaa L W, Tribune udlee.
WU.L UUV A NO.« KM
* T plro furnace; oanbe eoon In bam al
OIA TO |N PKU DAY CAN BK MADK BY BKbC
VLV/ lug our Ughinlog Copylag llook and Ina. Neither
preaa, water, or biutb ru.inlred, Band fur outfit and
aenureterrltory. Call or addieea UANUFAO-
TfIUINO CO.. 3D Ollvo at.. Ht. Loula.
<Utri A WKEK-BA*I.KSMKN AND AOHNTH DOC
t?l)w bla your tnouiue by telling yonr own gooda. Any
one of the following valuable tUudard rvcelpta tent for U
eenU. 9l»r Wmiu, b (or T 9 ooute: Star bntUr uuwdcr
uiaku* a jKiuud »f good butter Irum a pint of milk; French
paito cioaue kid glotea equal to newt Cblneagcement,
pUgui>.<Uili. cbumjcal aoepe oleauacWbea.etarsb polbh,
UerniAn atick coiuout. Indelible Ink. pulUblng powder fur
■liver, glaae.etc . uou uiploelve poejer for ketoaeaa lampa.
Tiieto gimde am eadly made, and being etapie aaHour,
acllraoldly at heavy prolite. Alltejiere aoawenad by r*-
.turn roall. Addreaa A. U. HOWARD. CboaiUt, B*n*
.1 ii.ky, lililo. Lick
_ MUSICAL. ■
\\rANTED-LEADUU OF OHCIjKSTRA TO TRAV>
II *} wilii • irqw«. AddftMi? fu 9N*t
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