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COUNTY AFFAIRS.
Dcsljjnatliiff tlio Stono for llio
Kow Opnrt-l louse.
It Miut Como from tho Cook or Will
County Qnnrrios,
Tlio Olijoot Is to Head Off tlio Common
Council,
Quarterly fioport of tlio County Agent—An
Extravagant Office,
Toll-Boads—Tho Abstract blatter.
An adjourned meeting of tho County Board
was hold yontorday aflernocm, Commissioner
Jones in tho chair; present, Commissioners
Hoitiiig* Bussell, Clough, Guenther, McCaffrey,
Basse, Schmidt, Cuuly, Johnson, Carroll, ami
Holdou,
COffJJTT HOADS.
A report of tho Bond Inspectors was submit
ted. Tho ropori sot forth that the Evanston
and Ilosohill roiul, from tho city limits to Grace
land, was in bad repair, but boyoud that point
wan in {lvst-clami condition. Tbo Milwaukee av
enue ami Wheeling road wan in good condition,
with few exceptions. Tho Ellison and Wheeling
road was in fair condition, except one mile on
the north oud. over which no toll was charged.
Tho Lincoln avenue and Niles Centro road was
in condition, hut two bridges wore needed at tho
Intersection of tho Mecklenburg road, and also a
railing for tho biidgo across the big slough, and
otljcr repairs. Tho Lake street uud Oak Park
road was in good condition from Oak Bark to
Austin, but from Austin to tlio city limits it was
in bad condition, Justifying tbo throwing open
of tlio gates.
Tbo report lad to Romo discussion, and was
finally referred to tbo Committee on Hoads and
Bridged.
The call of Committees was commenced, and
tho reports wore severally concurred In. Among
other reports were tbo pay-rolls of tbo several
county departments.
•rim county aorsv'h imronT
was presented, from which tho following is ab
stracted s
Tho report allows that, during tlio quarter
ending Kept. 1. 2,171 persons or families had
toon uiilod. and t)i» iiuinhm* remaining on tho
hooks was l. Hl!) families, against 2,102 at llio
end of tho previous quarter. The number of
families nidi-d uno month was 21S ; two mouths,
21)3; threo months, 230.
Tho cannon of dwlioua wore given as follows :
Widows withfamilies. 1,:U7
Marriage ami vtcUmvn
IMinill.M whoso h.iads woru out of work.
Jiwcrli'it by hiubouil"
Aged widows
Ag«'d widowers ‘il
Thoso aided nnddedna follows: West Division.
1.5173; North Divlbion, 401; Month Division, 5137.
lino hundred mid eighty-two wero Americana,
I2H HohemUtiH. CO English. 173 Gormans. 1)(J5
Dish, 177 Bcuudluaviaim, CO Doles, and 30 Cana
diioa.
i'lnjntimbnr of pabsom ipanod during llm qnnr
tor nos milt to (ho ilospilal, 253; sent
to tlm I’oor-Uonwo, KJH ; intorrod. HUI; received
medical Ircatuicut at tliolr homes, 230 } lusauo
cases tried at county's oxpunso, 7U.
Tlio offico expousou from disbursomoota to tho
needy woics
Groceries
Meal
Jinad...
IrMi^portailon.......
■WtUHI
C’iul
InliTincnl
TroiFi'H nud crutches,
Lodglug
Itsnt.
Honln, slntloncry, otc.
Ua1aiita..,...........
Total expended,
Goods un hand.
Total expenses for the quarter.
Tho lupurt conuludou by returning thunks to
tho t’ommlUoo un Public Cbniitios fur Us many
kiudncsiioe, and by directing attention to thu
fact Unit tho expense* for the quarter wore
$•31,0111) ices thou lor tho previous ono.
TOO KWK.NHIVK.
Ccmmiawlonor CluugU inquired how it waa
that in tlio summer months tbo olhco expenses
wore no largo.
Commlhsionor Holiftm replied that tho Com
mittee had found u name added to (ho list of em
ployes without authority, which hud boon striuk
en'off.
Commissioner Clough imid the ntlkowas en
tirely too expensive, and tho employes 100 numer
ous for tho sousoii. Hu had learned that there
were as many persons employed at this nQicn
ov*ry day as'llioro woro daily applicants for re
lief.
Commissioner Gumithor (bought if (hn men
had been employed llieru they ought to bo paid,
ami if tho Chairman bad done bis duty he must
liavo boon cognizant of tlio surplus of employes.
Hiuco tho men had boon at work, thoy ought to
bo paid.
Coimniasionor Hunan moved that tlio County
>gont’a oftico ho invmdigaiod by the Hoard.
Commissioner Clough moved that tlio report
to recommitted.
Cotnmisaionor Schmidt moved ns a substitute
that tho report bo adopted, and that, tho Coui
mitlcu ou I’nbliu Charities be liibtructod
to itivcntlgalo the management of tho ofUco
‘•ml report to tho Hoard.
Tho substituCo prevailed by tv voto of 11 to 1.
TUB HQIIUAL SCHOOL.
Tbo Joint CouuniUeo on FubUu Hmldings and
£du.mtiou icportod, tlunigh not uiianimopidv,
on tlm proposals for tlio erection of tlio Student's
Hall at Englewood.
The report led to some discussion, iu which it
was brought out that tho partios to whom, it had
been recommended that tho contract for cut
stono bo awarded, Hurklmrdt fc Co., wero not
bidders with tlio others, Imt brought in their bid
afterwaid in an irregular form.
Commissioner Johnson replied that tlio work
had not boun let to tho lowest bidder. McKcon A
Co., bocaueo tho ctnmlv hud hod nomo trouble
with them before, and It had boon doomed bout
to let tli* work to Mimohody also.
Commissioner McCaffrey said Mr. McKoon was
% good, reliabio man, and would bo able to Jill
tbo contract If it woro given him.
A general discussion ensued, in which tho
acliou of tho Comimtlso in rocummcuditig tho
sward of tho out stone (o partios who woro not
bidders, uud whoso Lid had never boon referred
to it. wan severely censured.
The roport was Dually amended by striking
tut Ihu mono of Hurkhardk ft Co., oud inserting
tho name of William MuKoou ft Co., ou motion
of Comimsuionor McCaffrey,
Commisaionor Kchmidt offered a further
amendment, that tho name of Doulln. to whom
It wna pt opened to award the tin-work, bo strick
en out, and the name of Thloimau bo substi
tuted. ...
Commissioner Schmidt's amendment was lost,
end tho report, as amended, prevailed.
A resolution was then inlloduced by Commie
iiouer McCaffrey, at the mstanca of Mayor Col
vin. inviting thu city authorities to ecotuapeuy
the Hoard on a visit to iho Comity Farm on
some day yet to ho Hied. Adopted 7
Comroitstouot OarroU lutroducod a rosolullon
aulhorizlug tha county to repair tho oonuty uor
lion of tbo roof of tbo City-iiall. Itofurred.
| UOUiIT-UOUalt STUNK.
( Commissioner Couly Introduced tho following:
■ Wm-.nuif, Experience has fully demonstrated that
I ihu Cook County llm.-atrtne Is unexcelledffii it
! aiitlbeautr os a btUirilug material ( and 1
' Wiikuuu, HI urn lUu grunt Uro of 18U uld llm«~
(loiio lua Urn largely tuedtu rclmlldlog Cblcsuo and
! it. further utu would lend to promote uniformity and
i lunnolty iu lbs spi-utruuus «u the oity ; Hi* rotor®
Itetoleed, That tho Cook C'uuuly Courl-lloiuo ex
cavaliou fnr which Is now In |iroprg*a on Dlor.k JJ
Original Tavru of Chicago, ahall built mid cum
•iru. tfd, so far as lint sauiu can be iiaod, uf Cook
O mnty Ilnn-slimc, and tins Hoard duos borul.y adopt
tU* tald UiovkUmt as the material fur soaitiuciimi
Mid building.
Tho resolutions were I&iil over under the rules
alter a spirited discussion. v
Tho election of three gravel-road inspectors
*ae then ) roooeded with, and resulted as fol-
Fred Tosch, John AloCaffrej and J. \f,
iiuuey.
TDK IBSTIUCT-JOB.
Commissioner (iuoulhor thou called up his
resolution, offered at tho last meeting or the
Hoard, to reconsider the vote by wnich tho
I’oluer abatract-books had been purchased.
A storm of opposition followed, with the usual
4 motion to adjourn.
The motion to adjourn was loot, hut before
the Queuthor resolution could,bo presented
Commlnfllonor MflCttfTroy callod tip Uio roHolu.
of CommlKtiionor i'only, wliich bad boon
laid ovm - .
TilH STOJJB AftAt.V.
Fomo sharp parliumnnUry j rnclieo followed,
and tho Chair finally decided that CummiHnlonor
McCaffrey's motion wan in oidr-r.
Tlio ('only rcßoliitloiiH worn then taken up.
(JnmtuisHtonor Holdou moved (lint they bo
nmrmled to read ” Cook ntid Will Counties," so
Hint competition might not lies cut off,
Coimnifiiionor Ihis*o Imped tlmro would bo no
bind >• (union in the mnltnr, and (hat llio city
authorities would at least bo consulted bofoio
the resolutions were passed.
Commisslonor Coaly urged tlio adoption of
tlio resolutions. lloliad introduced them sim
ply to defeat the action of tho city in its purpose
to force tho use of puincy Htntm in the erection
of llio city's half of (bo Court-House. which
action bo understood was arranged to bo Caltou
Monday. Ho Imped the resolutions would bo
ndiiplod, ovnn if tlmy worn afterwards rescinded.
(h>umua*U>ncr clmigb thought that it would
bn Ciiiio enough for aclniii In selecting tlio Btono
when Um Hoard was ready In advertise for pro
posals for tbo erection of tbn Courl-lIoUBo. He
did out believe there were mure than tiro owners
of quarries in Cook County: and, for one, bo
uaa not willing to enter into an ugrccmont to
give Hume few mr>n a '‘corner” on the county
in advance. If lliu ruaoltUiun wero over adopt
ed, It was. well known lliat llio rescind
ing of It would bo Impossible. Ho
Imped to see tbo resolution deferred,
and as a member of tbo Hoard atul a rcproacuta
livo of Um public Interest bo would novel- rlvo
lilh vote for the purchase of any kind of atouo at
this lime. Hu (iould not bo frightened by any
throats of llio Cnmtnon Council oranv other
bodv to diverge from bln plain bno of duty to
tbo publid In llio matter. He was not opposed
to Um une of Dumont or Cook County stono, but
when ready for Um building would open tbo
mutter to tlio world, and would select tbo best
stono that could bo bad fur tbo least nioucy,
without regard to locality.
Tbo amendment of Commissioner Iloldon, to
Insert “Will Comity” In tbo resolution, was
subsequently put, and prevailed by tbo follow
ing vutu:
IVih—Clough, HcrtlUß, Holden, Jones, McCaffrey,
Schmidt—S.
A’<ij/«—Uumo, Carroll, Cnnly, Guenther, Johnson—B.
Commissioner Clough moved that the passage
of the resolution bo deferred until such time ns
tbo number of quarries in tbo two counties
could bo determined.
Tho motion was lost br tbo following vote,
after oonnldcrnblo wrangling:
JViM— llusno, Clough, HirtllUf, .Jours—4.
Aftw—Carroll, Coaly, iluldun, Johnson, McCaffrey,
(fchnildt—fl.
Tho resolutions bh Amended wore then put
upon their passage, witli the following result i
JVfld—Carroll, Conly, Hurting, Holdou, Johnson,
Joili:", McCaffrey, H-lmifdl H.
Ann—Cluilgh, iluatie—2.
On tbo two Inst votes Commissioners Guen
ther and Bussell did not vote. Thu former had
loft the room and was occupying a scat in a side
room, while tlio liUlor bud taken tho precaution
to start for homo nt tlio lirst signs of war.
Commissioner Carroll moved to adjourn, but
Commissioner Clough reminded him that the
Guenther reconsideration resolution was before
the Board.
Thin was tho signal for another deluge of
HpeoeUPs and motions, in tlio midst of which tbo
Board was declared adjourned.
TilK UIVAL iXAIVILISTS,
Letter from F. f,. liavonport—Nearly
n niche llciwfcn Hurry Sullivan
tin(l Clmrloi Cuylun
j\Vir York Uxhrti-*, A up. 31.
Romo of iho papers liavo boon industriously
endeavoring to foment a revival of tlio Aotor
pluco ( riot, on thu cant basis of nationality, on*
account of tint appearance, last night, of Mr.
Hurry Hullivan at JlimtU's Theatre ami Mr. E. L.
Duvonport at the Grand Opora-Hom»o, tho latter
having thu support of wliat tho programmes and
advotiiHnuiunlß staled wore “ Amorican artists."
At ilio lirst mimed liuimo ttiero warn the Sixty
ninth Regiment, with nodding plumes and
bright uniforms, tho Amorican Itillo Team, tho
festooned Hags of England, Ireland, and Ameri
ca : while outside there was a crowd of same 20,-
(imi men, women, and children waiting to soo tho
torchlight procosssion. At tlio Grand Opera-House
tho stage hoses wero slightly decorated with rod,
white, and bine streamers, hut there was no
soldiery, ritlo team, or other spoolnltioA to wel
come Air. Davenport. Iho gallery Was jammed,
and the remainder of tlio house well illlod. When
tho orchestra played the overture, composed of
national airs, there wnn a general howl of appro
bation. It was evidently an “American"
audience, uud a thoroughly demonstrative
ono ut that. Over at tho other house, tlio
hand of the Sixty-ninth Itoglmcnt, stationed
in tho lobby, struck up “Hail to (ho Chief"
when Iho curtain roso on tho platform at
Elsinore, and Dornardo and Francisco wore
grumbling over thu cold weather, with tho ther
mometer up in the nineties in tho auditorium.
Hero, at the Grand Oporu-ilouso, they had no
brass hand, Imt tho ‘•boys 0 wero continually
doing things quite ns incongruous as this, anil
kept up instructive and animated conversations
with tho actors upon the stage. At neither
huiiuo, though, was there a show of anything
but tho utmost good order, and further than
putting money in the pockets of tho man
agers uf both establishments tno people did
nothing out uf the way. Au Artomus Ward would
have said, they did uot riot worth a cent. It
wan impossible to manufacture a single thoatrlc
nl “bloody shirt." Nobody would commit an
outrage, but preferred, rather, to have a jolly
lime and enjoy the imirio ami the fireworks. 8o
there was no ro-ciiuclion of tho terrible accuea
of Aslor place: there was no soldiery save in
the most peaceful mood, and tho rillo team'
drunk clarct-punch up in iho manager's otllco of
HuoUi’h Theatre, and told their friends how
royally tho Irishmen had treated them. Twen
ty-third street wan livelier than it had been for
Home time, what with calciums, flags, fireworks,
torchlights, bands, etc. ■ hut those wore all that
constituted tho threatened omouto.
New Yoiik, Aug. 3(J.—liarry Hullivan. the tra
gedian, appeared in Hamlet to-night at
Hnnlh’o Theatre. The house wan crowded.
Col. GiUocsluovo aud other mombora of
tho American team occupied a box and
received a cordial ovation. Tho Blity-nlnlh
Uriah) Itogimonb was present in full (bice in
compliment to. tho Amorican ICUIo Team and to
Hurry Hullivan. Mr. K. L. Davenport appoorod
at tho Grand Gpora-Houso, also in Hamid. The
following card from Mr. Davenport appears iu
tho HeraM of to-day •.
On my arrival Imre from my quiet mountain homo
this meriting. Uwu my first dmy and dlcmum to
|)ci ii*othc columns of your Journal, wherein I found
un editorial beaded, “American Art*aud American
Artls(n,"from which I learned Hint Mr. Davenport baa
Informed ua that “tho New York public will be
afforded in opportunlly to Judge whether Amorican
actors c»u render Mhaksiwaro’s miwtcrploeo un
Monday night at tho Omni Opcro-lluuae, when
Ur. Davenport and au American comtauy will
appear hi •'llainloi.” AU thin in Greek tome. 1 beir
to nay tint nil I know of the matter le, that 1 waa ap
plied to by thu management of llte Grand Opera-Houaa
to lommtuco au eiigjaumuit at that uttabhahment on
the :-.(Jlh iiiat., la tho character of JlamUl,tOT curtain
considerations. Vmwinlng llmi I bavo a perfect
right to nrraUßu my owu busluesa malUn.
1 tinned tho negotiation, and um boro to dl«-
charge my duties to ray employers, the public.
and tnyacl/. 1 have nothing whatever to do
with the •uoomiccineuta or advertisements of tho
loimagrnifhl of thu Grand Ojura lloiue, nor do I uro
pose tuluve any. I’crmlt tun here to disavow atf In
tention nf degrading my art, and I aia lamtvdiat
anrprUed to find that lliu saiuo pen that pronounces
mo “a flood and accomplished actor, none better."
etc., should bccuio mo of guch an act. 1
hu.’u never truckled (a tho public or preta
for favor, having Icon always ready and
willing, as now. l» stand upon ray own merits. I havo
nodlslreto“ch»Uougoa lorelgucr, 1 * UorfwoQld 1 de
■coud so low lu Ihw asllmatlon uf my friends as to
apjx-il to any feeling whatever save that baaed upon
pure Intention* and good will to all maotlnd. 1 have
no deuru to “revive old animosities" with which 1 had
mi contraction whatever, True, “I never resolved
aught but courtesy when lu Eugtaud," and that
during seven years' sojourn there, and it
has ever been my study to reciprocate 11 whenever in
my power. I had (he pleasure of meeting Sir. Harry
BuiUvan while in Huglaiid, and he subsequently played
iu tuy theatre in ilusUm in 1H»0. J found him then,
as I am cuclatn 1 bhall find him now, u une artist ami
afiomloman.fluJ ho mu hare no uioro sincere wisher
for all the micros hie inienui and gemue con eoaound
than your ulodieut servant.
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New York i'mrt, Aun. 91,
Tho reception of Mr. Harpy Sullivan last night
at liuuth's theatre was, as regards numbers, all
that the enterprising management ooiiid have
desired. The details of the affair had been ar
ranged beforehand, and the material necessary
for the carrying out of the programme wore sup
plied throughout with a lavish hand. The thea
tre, inside and out, was abundantly decorated
with all manner of bunting, and the banuere of
England, Ireland, and America wore umsplcu
ous. Iho Huty-uiulh llegimout, iull strong, in
full uniform, but without their arms, occupied
the first five rows of chain in the balcony, and
thu American llitle Team, Lleut.-Oov. Dorebei
mor. Uov. Alvurd, and the members of the Assem
bly Commute* on Quarantine and Emigration,
filled the proscenium hoxea uu either baud. Bur
mounting the boxes were the respeolivo en
signs of America. Ireland, and EukUnd, attuned
io such a uiatmor as to give the last named the
most prominent position of the audience and
tho occasion. The galleries, and even % portion
of tho balcony, wore literally packed wiiu an ar
ray of costless and ofttimos vesilosa sight-seers
Their first conspicuous ••hair* was to hall the
eutraooooftUo‘ > Q^ou^ , with tuajuliuous and
THE CHICAGO TRIBUNE: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER !5, 1875.
prnlmi(»rt(l rlioniim'. tiri'lor lli>i Impr-M'-iim Ibat
lint venerable rrl:i. -In \« bi tlio of tin* fvou»
hitf. Thin iiiir't.il‘fi s!m iI iv wrnt fin
without any mv i< 0.-ibh hilrmn-tinn’ until ilia
miilrllf <ij" i|r- r.iinili u-;L, wJit-n n ti-u»|ioraijr
ilii tin.jjii .it .it uni yall. rv. uccotiii’AiitD'l by
volleys nf lii' •■ -h ati i hlimttß of -Throw him
ovnr," nitommi Iho jiotoiiuv of Um pntocn ro*
tailu.l nt llio nalnoli in tlio noKltboibooil of Ibo
theatre. Tho order pHtHorvon however, wan. r.M
a whole, fair, the mrinhorn of Uio Hlxty-molh
capooially comlnctin« lli« iuhgivoh with
illgnity, which ujilfil to their repntnliou
for aobricly ami «)im.'ipliiio. After tlio perlonu
anen the ir;»iiiienl, headed by * motley thronj;
of mon mid boyH. bo»Hn« propertied to
UinViUh Avcuuo Hotel, wheto Mr. Humvan, m
rohiioiiHo to repealed callu, appeared dpon t li*»
balcony, anil esprcwfced Itln wcl;n(iivtrd(Tiin*nta In
an appropriate manner. Hboil "iiechea wt-ru
made by Col. Ojldeialeovc. ol the Amurlaui
Tram, ami other*. ami lifter a rer/mado by
O'Ui icii’h ami Oporii’s orclioetua, tLo audience
disyotued.
amp.iiica;-*.
Koo York Jim iW, dm/. .11,
When tbo curtain roso on Um play of "Ham
let,” with Mr. K. I|. Davenport in Um role, at tbo
(Irand Opera House, last evening. lliu placo was
lilted. Tlmro was a row of sous boro mid there
over tbo liouso unoccupied, but Urn casual spec
tator was given tbo impression that stainling
ruota only remained, ami ibis wan Um case later
on. I'roin tlio lueiiiaut tbo doors wnru thrown
opcUi until after llio performance was steadily
under way. a ceaseless luream of people pouted
into tbo broad vcnltbulo of Um theatre and stood
In lung columns, single Jile. a.suitiug tbuir
turn at tho ticket ollicc. it «vun a croud
of uncommon character. Homctblng be
yond tbo mero cutioeity of arcing .Mr. im
vonport net Jhiu.kt impelKd them to tbo
Grand Opera-House. It v.nn an " American "
crowd present to son and hoar Jhvnht aided by
an American, supported by an American com
pany. When Um orchestra mounted upward
Into Um Ucr.h air ami tho bright gaslight fnmi
the gloomy roeefsea beneath tho stage it i uccivod
a moderate ovation, but when full soon it btoko
out with “Hail Columbia," tho bouse shook with
llm long reverberating peals of applause. This
was followed in rapid succession t>v “Mv Mary
land,” “Dixie,” “Tramp, Tramp, 1 ' amf a few
oilier purely native aim, all of which received
duo homage from tbo gods In tbo gallery. When,
however, tho conductor shrewdly pausing for .
a few moments to allow a triilo of the ether
of amor ]>ntruv to cnuporaic, struck up with
tbo full forco of bis rather limited airing band
“Tbo Star .Spangled Danner," tbo enthusiasm
reached its climax. A hurricane of yells, cheers,
and whistles swept downward from the gallery
and from (ho Hour back to tho gallery again.
Klrangcrs from tho country stand in amaze
ment. Not being in tho secret of thissiugularly
warm reception of tlm national airs, they must
have been a good deal puzzled to find such nn
effervescing loyalty In a city go cosmopolitan as
NowVork. Again mid again tbo cheering roso
with tho notes of Um grand old national
anthem. Men clapped tlmir bunds and women
waved tboir handkerchiefs art perhaps they
never clapped band* or waved handkerchiefs in
a theatre before over “Tho Htar Hpangiod
Jlatmor.” Tho vast area of tho theatre to one
who eat near tlio orchestra seemed to bo an un
dulating sea of faces. Gallery blended Into fam
ily circle, and fnmilycirclointonuditorinm,while
put a single inch of space appeared to bo unoc
cupied. Never was an audience in a liner mood
of uncritical gonoroslly. The worst actor breath
ing might corno and go and got u volley of ap
plause hi tho wuku of Ida oxit. It was a most
benevolent and large-hearted audience. 'When
Jkimlrl (Mr, E, D. Gavcnpot t). paring slowly
with tbo Impressive and immemorial singe
stride. across Um Hour, halted with meditative
air to tho right of tho fool lights, ho was received
with tbo wildest dcnionriialions. Tho godu
sprang to thoir foot, waved their bats, coats,
ami handkerchiefs, and shouted like Trojans.
Tho family circlo entirely forgot iin decorum,
and where the most refined element of tlio audi
ence was to sit I lie scone was like mid
night at Tammany Hull alter u Democratic State
victory.
juraiY srr.uvAß i.v a ki;w hole.
tirifiklyn Arvu*, Au<i, 2 J .
Yostordav afternoon Mr. Harry KttlUvan, who
is •• billet! " at Hooth's ns “tho grout Irish
tragedian." wad posing in tho bar-room of tlio
Fifth Avenue Koto), iu tho eight of admiring
multitudes.
Enter Goorgo Hntlor, accnnipanlod by tho Fal
fltolllnn dramatist. Charles Gaylcr. '■ What ho !
Landlord! Jluiiho I Wino hero 1" Wiuo is
produced, and Uutlor Introduces Sullivan mid
Gaylcr. Mr. Clavier is introduced aa " the groat
American dramatist." .Mr. Unliivau iutorjocU n
laugh uud tbo incredulous romarli, “ as if thoro
over wore or ovor would bo aD*Amorlcau dramat
ist 1"
This touched tho etont pontloraan on a tender
spot, and ho determined to get even with tlm
great tragedian, which, after patient nailing, ho
managed to do iu tbo following language: “1
say, Hullivan, I saw you play when you wore horn
twenty years ago. You were twenty years
younger, and you ployed fairly. I don’t know
whether you bavo gone ahead or backward siiioo
that timo, and 1 think it a doubtful matter
yot, Tlion, 1 remember distinctly, you called
yourself tlio groat English tragedian. Now you
call yourself the groat Irish actor. YottVo loft
people in such doubt by tbeso contradictious iu
regard to your birth that folks, including myself,
Login to think yon’m a mongrel."
On this, “Harry" raised bis heavy eauo and
brought it down with a tremendous whnek an tho
head of " iho great American dramatist." Hut
lor, the JonmullHtic Hotspur of tlio poriod, got
into Iho row, and set Uuvlor In tho background.
Mr. Hullivan wanted Uutlor to lot him go, or
take tho consequences. Tho Free lance man
preferred (ho latter, and (ho roaiilt was a prnUv
little combat, with real Lloud and a roslistic
finish, it all ended mth “Harry" having his
two oyee blackened, and hia fare swelled and
bruised out of all symmetry. Tho nffalr created
a tremendous oxcitomont, and tho details wore
all thu talk In theatrical circles last evening.
Thoro woro no arrests made. As Mi. Hullivan is
to appear as Hamid on Monday, some curiosity
In rife os to how no will manage Lis facial “make
up" for tbo occasion.
CURRENT OPINION.
“When you hear a man talking about what
nobody cleo understands and ho don’t under
stand himHolf, that’smutaphysicu,"said aScotcli
man. YVliat a vivid idea it gives of Wendell
Phillips' lucubrations ou tho currency question.
Motion Journal.
Tho inflationist never Rota enough money. ITo
la engaged in an hopeless an enterprise aa that
of tbo mao who attempt# to drink all tho whisky
and smoko all tho tobacco. Tho truth in. tho
world cannot be run on paper money.—Cincin
nati Commercial.
For our part, wo cannot noo a necessity for
providing a machine for Government loans to
bondholders. Wo cannot ifoo what nood a bond
bolder haa to borrow money, whon ho can any
day convert hi# bond Into money la tho market.
—Cincinnati Gazette.
Tho Inflation demagoguea lu Ohio will try to
mabo political capital oat of tho failure of the
Dank of California, for thoy have a profound
trust in popular ignorance. It la possible that
voters who aro too stupid to see through their
other fallacies may also lie deluded by this.—AVio
I’orfc iieroUl.
What tto desire is not bo many now colleges,
but the strengthening o{ tho old ones. Hotter
far to havo IWo universities liko StrasLurg, Loip
-810, Heidelberg, Oxford, and Cambridgn than
have a hundred small, straggling, indifferent col*
leges, without reputation, roaourcoa, or culturo.
—AVte York Herald.
Lot tho soup and bonk-houso ho put in full
operation. Lot all who apply bo provided with
meals and lodging, and thou let them ho sot to
work cleaning tho streets, or In Hitch uthor em
ployment aa may be made remunerative to tho
city, Tho plan Ih temple enough, and it makes
poverty roapectablo to an extent to which men
dicancy can never exalt it. Another thing, it
culls tho thief from honest poverty.— at, Louis
Republican. ,
Tho now Corporation Counsel of Now York
Ur. Whitnoy, doesn't mart off bko a demagogue,
at all events. Uu official opinion that the Al
dermen havo no authority to order (ho Depart
ments to pay more than (he market price for
unskilled labor, or to say anything about tho
matter any way. is*good grit a,< noil as good law.
John Kelly ami tho Tammany Society Uuvu pub
licly censured tho policy of tho Departments In
that respoot, and wept on tho neck of tho op
pressed laborer.— Spriwjjlelti Republican.
Bpoaklug of (ho striped stockings, Jennie
Juno says, with great good scuso : A lady may
Wear, as many do, tho finest of ailk, the most
delicate of thread, hUo may match (ho tints of her
dross, and thus harmonize every portion of her
toilet with perfect propriety \ but when she wears
hosiery only lit fur a harlequin and shortens her
dross in front to a vulgar extreme, to show it.
there is very little or modesty or wontatihcod
left that would not bo aacritlobd to vanity and
love of display.
According to Groce Greenwood, (he authori
ties of El Faso County, Colorado, have Lqcn
guilty of h very shabby trick, In selling her UlUc
vneMMn borne at Manltnn t< ir tasen, without
f:iviii;c ncr or her l.mDtml proj.or i.'itii'-.ntinii,
I • •■•i.iiilt) tli'-ni (o tij •' : their t.ix hn.i.’iiioo
CrVn w :!{.■•! n ropi.i.n f:nl I tll r :cti from
K >D* /..■ 11J11'11 oiEfiil tn m iks U;<* .<j',- 11 :.n
- 'J h*.'nipbfc
Invo nifmmUriwl that eh > ha/ | aid all ltd *in«
a ibounainl foi l bv Urn rljrvmiijti.* Ictteis alio baa
written furit folnr.idu, ulucb linv.t attracted
liundi-.U i-f lic.tUli«;-«t:ol;er» Uullicr.— Uvrl/vrA
l.'ij'iniiif.
yo ir? ago tbo Uri-nb!icui City Govern*
tnent uf Cbii-apo ended lh« Hon. .J. C. I’ii UarO
fiotii Him po-ition of Huperinienlaot of i'ublid
Inatrin turn m thin Hl&lo. and nudo tiim Kupojin
lendont of Hrhoolniti lliatritv. Hilico (ben ho
bn* labored diligently mu) fruitfully, and. with
corruption nit around him. ha has remained
above miHpicioti. 'Jim rfaiilt of Ida labors h a
l>«Win acbool system hi Cbic.vo übich ban not
ilsnaporlor upon Him continent. lint now iho
Uomoeraw b»vo obtained control of Hut Govern
niofit of Hint city, ami n rmmmient is liiannurat*
ti'l to remove him, fur tbo purpose, no doubt, of
Itmlabinf? Homo serviceable (uliUciao. Mayor
Colvin, \tlio in iho lio.t'iof tli<* H-lmmo, tnaaslc.-rl
why hu whh In fnvor of ih» rcmoviil of Mr. I'icli
ard, to wliirh ho iojj'icJ : “llccatiHO Lie lias
bftnri Hicri' tuo loin;.’’ (Jno mU'lit mtpposo that
lonp Hcj vico in aucli a pu-utinn would rather bo a
reason tvhv an olrioer hlioiiM not bn removed, ea*
pocially wh.-n, hh in tho cano of Mr. i’ickarJ, lio
luih f'Ciforniej tlio diiliea in atich u manner that
no word of complaint ban boon beard. \\’o pro
(Jiot that if Urn coiißpiruey for bin removal mto»
reodH, it will roact v.ilb cniHlmiK tfloct upon tbc
Bemocrary of CbicsK f >.—.Vd'r.udv .‘-.u'intL
CITY REAL ESTATE.
lei'll SAI.E -IIOOSEH AND l,<»fS -c’i.EijA-Nt'c 'ti{.
I l.iilon tiirvrlil.*-trotjl luiuic* wpli inar’.lM iii*iit»U. hu!.
41,1 colii wetcr. liAiii-ro-mi*. nii'lall rn rnn>eii|,.iic"“
rot neck lu loei Ir< iu tlm atroot. l.aa Uu I-mi j |. u tu>
Blnl aurroUMliniia i fine •find''.tree*, nmt ■•Hti-wAlka
paeoil wltlt Uloii nelybliorliiiod uneiceMl'iiinliln; tt ry
central nnl elrileo loeaUnn. w and n,»t <.(
Union Park; on eaif tertna, wtcli a llhcrtl <ll*''<>unt for
cs»h. (irtcp* very low. Ali>n eni illnr li'.ui i< of loi roomt
In (lie Minn noUthhoUiooil, vary eln'Ap. A* timet Imiiior#
Oimh Ik)iiio4 will »dv»iico itrcitly In taluj. H»mn o(
ihrtn will lie renloo m imnip* l.rincmr R .od rorr-ri-nccn.
H. N. HAYES, No. 7 iloirt.poliUn Jlloel:. M l*vs.tll'i-«t.
SAbE OR EXOII\N(IK-1 Vjß' CU-Alt PROK
i 1 efly, I wo-Uorr lirlek homo om) tanniueni. with n well
I’ cleei bonice with all mode rn liii(itov.'Meu»«, on .Houih
Hido, near aircot cir* and ninnibnro, m nioice neiafil"ir
bood, (nrralooii moußily pjyiucr.:* or o Immlm to euit
iitfrcijaior, or rent. Aim nnn on IVwt ft do. Innulra
at b 7 HValn-»l. JuIISCOVF.VU. inquire
won'.sa'lk-Tilat VKiiv Djisiuaulk a s tokv
X and baiemeDt ah>ne fr<>nl residence, s„. Of, c»lu*
Ttiol nr.; In (•orfod otdor; will bo fluid In but liulo over
half 111 value II taken at once.
Alio aovoral other choice roildoncet on flouth and North
flldaa at present bottom tljrurcs. 11, W, THOMAS, 13J
Minim al., corner of .M&.jUm.
SALir AT A‘.SA(;iaV(('T.'-TiTKNOK! ftiiA.ST
,*■ corner o( Twpfth and I)r*idalnr*.Me, 45«12J fc.-t, will
im.nld very .low forcu.h. Alai. Ilia mirtheaat comer of
'l'h'tlv.arr.ot.-1.M.. ftilfiflfcot. SAM
UKL M ilit, No. lit iiuarboru-«t.
non sALK-mticii hou.sk animuj niicr. *12.:
r u*\. worth don-t mb. a It. Addrc.s W \\ l ,
mom Jo Mnfir lUock.
nOItSALK-A CIIHAT HAliavlN-nii.sT-M.As.S
I rntldoxpo and lut feat, tfin.uno, worth to-day if H.wt.
Adtln-sa W VV, Room W Major llluck.
] I k)KRAI.K~IIH!:ATIIAII(IAI.sCKP.Rn»RNi;ii ANii
I lot 114:1 Tralrlu-av., north of Tweutj.nfih-at., U
room* l ino.torn improvement* i le«a than croumJ value.
nnß salk-at a .sac hutch-^(jirkx't.irANtiirr
JL l()h to 3«,<J Icel or lot* on Cotlntfo Ororoer., aouth of
Ililrij-aorcnth at.: S’i Mot In Womllawn, near station
ami South park i U( anroa <m ll&Utad-atnorth «(draco
laud-ar. IS, OUOS.S.MAN, Hoorn |J, US MadlauU-at.
noil .SALK-a’ NKU* 2'hTOUY AM) ItAHKMiIXf
r brick hnn«fl and lutuoitAf Lincoln Park, It) t<.orna
Injldoa hatli-M-r.m. tSl.loj cash, l.aluuco timo.
AdctreaiHh, 1 rllmmi iidlcf.
non mam: 41 floor i.iif'o.v'AiioiiioAN-AV .
*’lhu<"Uli Chinch, m aim i-tic. N. MON
IIOK, Itooni la liawlcy UalldlriK, oorncr Dcorpont end
Alailla<m-«tk.
niill KALIf-FfNlTyiiriCK lll'sffmNtiK ON Wl'hf
I 1 Aliinnm-it.. near Conlanarv Church: dr»t-cl«»a In
otnrjf ricipcet. Ti ma oaay. MllAi) X COK.li’iljiSallo »L
FOil K A LK(no CASH ' WILL' HU V'CHo'ICK
lot. !aultl7, on Kurlr*aUth-»t.. near AVnmllawn av., if
tskon at onco; owner wanta uioacy, Addreae SML Till
iioeohice.
ii’OU ft A LK—LA 110 KlliilOK UKSIOKNCE, SUXfiil,'
x' prcst-hrlck Ir.nl: clnrant mum*, lunmot*. water.uml
yra* In txiURO; i’<M>d anwarAun: tiA* line lot, with troe*. end
la m-ar depot uu.k-ITurßoti ar., cast (mu' north of Tifty
tli.rd-al. 11. A. Ul.ltlCH, hJ Jkarhorn «f.
jr/01l SALK-TIIH "lIKHT COUMCIt ON MILTON-
I S’lxltd, Boiilheiwt front, ernor of Onklcy ai,: a
harariln If anid at (iqcii. Apply at Aid FulUm-it. or
SouthCUrk-rt. M. HALL.
noil hA iiAiik’ tifiXncrfi u~rvitciiXslTa
i corf new brick Imufo In heat t ’caMi.n «n the
Smith side; only a atnall parnmnt down ami halnncnto
■nil purcluiMcr: nmntlilv if <le<|rad; will «hc a harealn to
a k<k»l parly _\V. U. COUIMiK. la Tribune Huildln*.
noil RAL K — *t) 11 ~KX <I i fAN < NICK “iIOUHK
1. and lot In comploluordur; 13 mom*: u'md nelKhhor
hood on Weu SMo. Aim uueou North .Side; low. Call
on OWNKII. I» lt|vcr-«t.
SUBURBAN HEAL ESTATE.
re KXnrrAN(IK-IN (a.i;N<;uK-6NK
nr li inro, 'ajj4t, a aPuloi.lt r.-om*, fl. Ad.
Ono now I,‘valcrr ci Uaj;n, brie ~ baiciuonl. bay window
and marble mantel, ft.•hi'.
Twii.iPny bnum, > r."*m*. brick lia<mncnt. well and
elitorn, ami ixmcrlnt. lUMlifl, Buhoap.
Fine uriiTc lots, finalitl.-oei* mid ndcwaUa built, and
woll locaica. «t iff., ifti. if*, and flu per loot; mouthly pay
inonta. Tree faje u> iso prupotty.
MOHTO.N CITLVi:U, -
Jliifinr 4 Motrcpnllnn HlocV.
LIOII SALK—OH KXCIIANOK- KLKIiANT SUli-
X 1 urban rorldenco in one of tho llnost .suburb* on Iho
north *buf«, Itu (not alnvo ibo lake. uew. lavno brick,
fmnli loulb and nast, broad pla/zu, connorvaLity, beau
tiful BTuunda, 4 acrOft, near auiUon. cvy dlitanoo from
tbo city; coat S3p,CU): muat bo Hold at nnco; want (tn
niodlalooßcr; lurue lamlacatm viow of tlia property and
aurruundtnua can be icon ut uur odico; *alo |* iiikcul ;
beat ortur takot If. NIUIIOLR, JiUAOa A CO.? 146
Uoarborn-it.
VjSUR SALK—IN I*N{»LP.WOOI», *A FINK COTTAOR
1' and twu-atoiy bouae, neardcpnt; Inks water: aim.an
elegant place in Month K'.mjlon. All 011 cuvMiiu;
tnonilily payment* If dctlrcd. TILLOT3ON DUOS,, p 3
Waihlasioosl.
sau:-*ioo will nuv a ekautiful lot
J' at Park Üblge: 41ft clown ami if 6 a nmntli until
paid; ono block from depot. Protvoityrhownfroe. Uhuap
ot properly in, market. Also. Olonc.ie lot* at ramoterm*
and prioc*. lllA lIUOWN, ltj Room 4.
Foil ciiAMiiuiroFco'iT
merre/or nice bonne* and lotmn eary payment*. In
thn biMUti/ul auburbul .Morgan Park, Melton) faollUiua
thubcM in (liecountry, and railroad taro only lU coula.
UEU. 11. ULABKK. Agent, _ .
Ipull SALE—UKNT, AND KXUIIANOK-KNULK
-1 wood residence properly, Improved and vacant. The
rnoat doalrablu la Koglawuod. K. U UANKIELD, 67
JatSallo-at.
Ij’bu'HALR—UNIMPIIOVKD LOTS ON MADISON*
1' it. and Mouro(v»U, jnat wait <d city limit*, for ltu*
prorod prujiorty loaldo. J. H. KHKLKII, US(jla:k-«t.
IdOß* KALB—AND KXOIVANOK -NOHI’ll MlTmii
1' mldenco property, improved and vacant; the moat
rtedrahlo north of Chicago. K. L. CANFIKMI, 67 Ijv
Salla-it.
COUNTRY BEAL ESTATE*
UORBALB—I3,OOO aVjKEHOF LAND SITUATED IN
1} Trinity Utmuiy, Teiaa. aurvoyad la altamaui too
tloni. Principally plno land* of Out boat iintlitr, and
fret from undargmwUt. Uumo good fanning land* ami
excellent itock range; high and noaitby. and convenient
to navlgaliliv atreatn*. 'lUtoa txtrtuot; itrtoo, 760 to |l.
AddmnJ. I’OITEVISNT, No. 3.541 uliroaL. HI. Loula.
Mo.
Poll SALE—DU KXCIIANUK—IOWA LANDS, WELL
located in Hioux and Palo Alin {'onntl>», for L'uok
Conuty iiMperty, by B. W. UYUAN. JH.. A CO., Itoora
U. IVi LaSaUn.at.
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
\\f ANTED—IiIAICK OB UUII.DINO. CENTRALLV
fl located In Übieago, in mehange for |lW,nno e.pilty
In Chicago hnuHt anil inla. good larma, village Property,
Sand*, valuable mill, and choice luburbaii tula, only
lo.Ufl iuoumbrance ua above, rolling 00 but ttarco
tdet'ni: would exebange acme piece* for ttocka of good*—
liardwaro. groceile*, aiaUonerr, etc., m city or country
fewui: will awaiui. H. U. WELLS, Ind DoarL.irn-at.
Office hour*, lu a. m. to 3 0, m.
BOARDING AND LODGING.
Sonth Sirto.
Ol 4IIOIIKJAN.AV.-DAY HOARD PKR WKKK.
L tj; turoUhiul rooms, without bmird, p«r mimilli, *7
Id «A): furnished rooms, with Ixiard, par wool;. f:> Ui SO.
‘jHl MIOHIOAN-AV.-TO RENT, WiVH IIOARIL
*MA> second lluiir entire. UDliirnlabcd, ur lu suite*
Fronting lake I’ark. Very desirable. Aluo, single room
fur gsullomao.
rtiih MIGIIIGAN A V. - a cmipurV>V"o6Tni“
UOW paylnr,iH!nnanerrtboarderswhow|llfiimiihfliHr
own rwom ctu secure drst-vlaaa aoou tutu odat lefts by apply
ing, __
tjr,o iIIQIIIOAN»AV—LAROB.'PLKASANPHOOMB
| iMf and good board la private family. Rufsreucua
exchanged.
Hotfll*.
I>OOIIRHTKR HOUSE, NO. US SOUTH CLARK-ST.,
it nearly opposite Pacino UoUil-<5 per week; day
board S3.P'. who u«e of piano. .
BOARD WANTED.
IJOARD—A OKNTI.HMaN WISHESUOARU. WITH
J 3 room, in a prlrauj fatally, when) Uicro are f*w or no
oiher boaidori. Must bo aear Twuuty-*wcuad-it. Y iH,
‘i'dbuaa office.
Board mv oi i; niu) - witji niuk room.'in riii:
vato family, by gouUotuau and wtlo. Adilreu g W.
Tilbuue offite. _
HOARD -ONE.FURNISHED ROHM aWd HOARD
J> fur two ladle* ou »ne of tho arenuesrait ui Male
andnurtUullwiiUy.tuUj.at. Real »{ ro!««tico, Ad>
ilri-ii. Kivlug loc-atioa and tarnw. G. U, bKEUK, 77
Clark at.
I_PARTNERSWANTED' ~
liAUTNItU WANTKD-A UKNTI.tMANWIfcTHAH
X built upaaafe aud pratilAble luuibey buaivu vrlilna
to aycutu auiuo nldUloiul capital; %ak» by car lu.id uuly.
AilJreaj, lor oao wuek. OUNN. 121 Doartoro lt.__
IJAHT.NICU'wANTHU-IVITU iXM OAMtV. STOirK
X on band that will roluro dloO. To tburigbtparly tui*
is a ram vbance. _Addrm U 7y. Trtbunu office.
IJAUTNKR WANTKU-’in a LlVuLli
X general commUiWn butlnaaa; a yunug, ac-fvo man.
with a oaah capital uf gl.Mal to H,M, to Irani iu llio
oDuulry (ur the purpu«u of lucreulug tliu bualivii. Thu
bc.itv(*jencu»giv«Baodie<4Ulfed. AdJrua fl BU, Trio-
IJ A bTNd'.irVVA NTKD--X YOUNU "if AN WITH A
X .inalloai.liallualiebtniaimU.itudn* husbuu. well
.■iiatill»ti«d, l ull at 474 Cuwtrvuar., comer kauri-*!..
beuevu i anil tl u’clneW. J. A.
HOUSEHOLD GOODS.
I 1 W yard* veoh; will wll separate or togelh-r. at ball
price. ITJ Wc.i Jladucu-.i.
if 'you iiavk liouskiioi.D I'UjTxTrfiiE oil
“iff TiF w mU ' «**«“ u “ tu ' l "
TO RENT-HOUSf.S,
f pi> rknt-.vnv ", ■.•.0-’-rony ibiU’k jo it*
” 1 1' ' '-r: r! -:. i 'T' A
' .r.,1 l!(, ..II i
To li;..’,r->KW BBIEK AND 1 H\M!-: UM >; s
!. •!'. *>'. ’•V'. i'.nd Pi. E>r »ili“ .in *.ViVilr pay.
turn;*. JOHN V. J.B Kill!A UT, 1:.7 Wmhinr■< n
f IM» Rpsv lIOIM., WEI,I, \JI\PIKJ» K'U i am!
1 lly l)oardin<'lio'n«; l> rill ,n : will I." r<’ntrl
low i<»a (j .<)j tenant. JACOB C, M,*011,1., 77 Chirk -I.
rni) RENT NEW COiTAOi: OR ■ ROOMS; KENT
J. t»kon In fiirrnct* for *4i'K». 13 J f.e.saPe »•., liy.m iv.
»ro rest i.aroi: wiMimv riM.Mi; noum'.
I 11 A! In'll M rt. 'rut. -t t r-tCI-t fir a liuicltn
I.aiding hMi*'i. M. IJKAf.. II) UmII- m.
rpo RENT - If<>UAH AND I.'iT. WITH BAR.V. NBA 51
A .t.'llrr'un l'ar<, S“. 7 u !/n<tnl<**i.. f. r.M.rm, nil i.r
tirr timn’ii. I'm iMtCcalart ftml kr> laqnirn «t VA W«it
Vaii Biro nt.
h’iTrent .twn smfjV'a.no basY .uknt ifn 11
I In HI Uiifty tlPn *!.. K,tant V«muu-»r„ »Hh
ii.irn. jfi;. !u A|i; lr i«l jKfIuIIKJ?. ___
'P<I.REST WEST SIDK-dii NoitTH iciUMNA-hT.
I II U'o -<l l» rximr. In yivut > nli r. Apply to fbo owner,
1' > Sure Pviliha-M., fr.,m r, till 7 |I. tn. ■
rj’ri RENT—IJiJUSK NO. w CAI.UMKT-AV.
f ro »iKNT~T\voVruuy’’iii)U.sjC'v In’toMt*. on
I »A>:k«’.n-ii.. neat't'r.inir, to a ftneli ftmlly. sie. J.
11. kI'.M.KR, iijt;;*ik «.
'I’O RENT HSIOItV liitll.K IBiUMI CORNMi
1 C>4< an I Ililti')) i bu:i :«Tl intiil'Tii Irnp/nremonle i
n-ul in T< i/u r;u*i»j in in r>f May la » uilsUctory I«d*
aal. MEAD .1 cdk, UlEaSaU,,.*',
Suburban'
rpo RENT-DRsmARbE rv IMVFXS-
J wood; iJiS pur inbuilt. UUBEItT BKEEII. U.l Modi*
eon-it.
rpi> RKNT-IJIOUf.AND PAUK IIEiIDE.VCE.VimT
I nliftert, *r..utKl». |i» i'/(.wnji>n niilrr; t iutrally
IfPitcU. CANTIM.H. 671/isalJ
TO RENT--ROOMS.
f PO RENT-FORM HIEtJ ROOM:! Mil- IKIUSIh
J k*st'i'ii* tn • AnU T: r»ini» i*2 to week.
It-injuV Bi .cti. Ik 7 MU.i4uki ;--A», ,
fjM) RENT - HHBiM AND ri\K ~ Rut Ills TO-
J Rttlier or wj oraio. Ter particular! In.juiro on Irto
promliui, tYJ StAlc-nt.
ri'O RENT—M-’RNISHKD lI«>O.MH Foil lIoU.SE
-1 kt'OplOK. L"J7 .N'lnM l.hrk-*!.
M’DIIKNI-OJ HAST RAND')M'iI Sr 7, KI.KUANT
I (utniahod mam la a .prUaiu French family; very
niodnreto real.
ri’O IIK.NT-CJOOD BDUMS, FURNISHED Oil UN-
J furnlihod, with (f»« an I hot aad cold water.
riierouo-a ta<|t>irod. ta>Cenir<j.«r.
FpO RENT-KbKnANTI.Y.I URNISIIED ROOMS. i*3
I In i|7 |**t T’i,( 1 ,* .i.jUcil Pnl.K.Miut
litiuao lluiliJlfijr, 3*l Deail. ni i1.,1«M |.[o:ki of P.o.
M’O RENT-O:.'
J lioll ard IVri’fm s»*.. npii'T p-'.n of hnu.«' , l Inp .od
order: wator: 6rncir,»; renifll per tnnalli. Imiuira ol
•M. HAM., *':<7 Fulton «(.
TO RENT—STORES. OFFICES. &c.
StoroK.
rro niis'T-Pronn and haskmrnt ss-i htati:.
J at., near Vaa ilnrva; utco atoro and cb’.ap. CJ. 8.
WALLKH. <1 Clirk-ir., Komi. 11.
rro kknt-moui: ii 3 wkst MADfMON.sf.rwrrii
1 ahelvlttK end int-hi'iuea: rood locailca; rent lot*.
OWNKIi, Hrwiu Republic Life Uo'ldlr;:?.
fPO URNT-O-VK-MALP Oi: TUH" WIIo'lR STORK
J II 11 Kart Randolph-»t.; b- at 1.-mlou on Urn atr.f t for
riiitr .'i'l oihcn. (fnii*furultlilmr a ,od», or a tlr.it>’ atom:
nmap ram : null ai_MufO-
WANTED—TO RENT.
WANTED -TO ULST-WK WANT DWRI.UNOA
>) of all <li'«crli‘U..U'. !lr«t cli»'. tuodiuai aud mull,
for jfrtnd tenant*. (Mm-rf will commit tlmlr lidun .te t>y
kaviiiK their property with in to ram. AVAL il. KAMI*-
HO.Vjfco,. 141 LaSalle-st., otla llf-ek.
\\MNTKD—TO RKNT-A ‘
M oaat of Sutoaml a >rth of Kitt’i’oen-n-.t,; would
like to hoard owner s jr rent. Addrcrs s £», Tribune office.
\\TANTKD-Tl l UKSTITf HULK YOUNO (JK.NTLE
>I nn u wish two nloely Pirnialu’d ram.a, or
*oparM'-, North Hide, anuih of Superiorand eaat of Clark
at, AcMf.at V 44. 'lrlliUimolbco.
1<» Ll'.M-ltY TWO VoYNii'tSK.4-
>» il'tni’i. fori (•S'*,! mom*. wittJ hull., with <rui’h
uol hoard. In .. roapcoiahli’ lainily ui.oru u<> ..liter
h urrl'T* are Ml.'T.; h cull’d oil nnj of tn • (.<■t(«.r ;.v mu -«
hatvr.-ua I i«li .'i utli ami Tw< nty-u’c ud-«t»., or tuct’v*
o.i flic fjkko I’atk. I’nJ..ui.i.it.ij r< urcocca fliveu uud
re imrcd. Addrct* Y IK. 'J’rlhun.i ollico.
WAN'IKP -TO UKNT-A LAIUiK SULTII Oil CAST
uufurolahod room on North Snlu. W (4, Tribune
ollicn.
FI NAN Cl Ai«
1 COMMF.UCIAL VAVltn, NOTHN WITH COM
J\ latcrr.U, and nmritfanca, housht and told. WAAL!
tiIIKLNKHAU.M A CO., No, Hi Tifth-nv.
ADVANCHR MADF ON IUAM«>NI»fI: WATCirwr
Ininds, etc-, at LAUMUiIIV private olitoo, IJo
l!«m1olph-*t., nr-arChfk. K<iahlMicd p.M.
/t() M M KHCI A L J'AI’KII AM) MoufiMCKS
AT houffln ami «oIJ. i<uru invdo uu real oiueo at ■« per
coni. hUaKNK C. LOMU A IJUO., T 2 Kan Warhlnc
luu-at.
MONKV TO LOAN ON ItKAL KSTATK 3 Of! fi
yean, at fi per coaf. Sunil lmn< at lnuct rate.
Waul n.iuo O-uiuoih paper. 11. C. COl.li A CO., 1(4
Uuarhorn-it.
Money on hand to loan, son r. vkaiis. on
(.•■ml r< »1 c*:ato. J. 11KNUY KuTK, 14 Hooper
llluck. Hj Claik-at.
rf.OAN iflo.fxi! AT fl I*l’ll CENT: ALSO. OTHKU
aiimimtf- at l* and Id pur cent: turn! t In r.aiid 1 can bo
rl nod at unco. NICHOLS. iIUAUU A CO., 146 Dear*
Lurnst.
W’K iIAVC fci',”/); CAN LOAN AT U ANh'llW ON
Improved prni oriyt nvnnoy all ready. I'.UUIiNIC C.
L‘)NU A JUiO.. 1i Last AVa*bUfct.in-al.
\\T.wrKD -LOAN OP fl.-ju) UU fl/«i O.V'i.OT AT
*• K-nwtu.J, nr-ir IVrty-»Uth-*t. and Woi.dUwo-av.
Will pay 11 po.- i i'p- lnlin’>t ami 2> parcoul cummliiluo.
AddreiaN 111'. Trlltuuo uilice.
\\rANTKl*—’i'O IIOHKOW I«:w l ull TWO VKAICS
»l or binuor on an liopruvinc Mlfhiyaa fruit farm,worth
now UJ.Um. Addro'e TM. Tribitao oifioo.
\V r ASTKD-ei.ta) KOin iIHKK OH SIX MONtTdT
VI chattel wcurity wurth f4.'> i’; will pay liborally.
I’arty rotponsible. Addtrai H £l. 'I ribuno odico.
Q PKK CKNT-iIONKY TO LOAN ON AI'PHoVKD
O real oatvioaecurity, by K. W. HYMAN, JH., A CO..
Hoorn 11, Jf« LaSallen.
<j*l To liOAN ON A CnOICK I'AU.M IN
•7l.o \l\f Northern IHlnm*. K UIIIALL 4 FIIAKC,
So Metropolitan blue*. Kdt.dolph-rt.
twin to loan on coo'd ■ IMFUOVKD
•PU. IMM I f.’hlcaco real oir.uo at P percent Intereat;
■l‘i> tuitii of ffl.toj ami a-'.iuj r.i Inwmt current rtUd.
SAMUI'LCI'IIK, 111 Dcarlkirn-bt.
£/\ fU\i\ T° LOAN UN .MORfoTtliON \Vlliri.K
M I «ir lu part, on abort uuju. AUdro** Him,
Tnli 11110 nffii'O.
HORSES AND CARRIAGES*
VuriTON SALKS OF HOUSES, "uAiniIAOKS,
J\ and harne** ovurr Tuoulay, TlmrvuKT, and Saturday,
■'(immotiolag nt lu a. m , at U'l.STi )N A C.’O.’b Auction
ibxnua, Nut. M<Oand Uw Kant Washington*). Stock on
hand at private *ale. Amnio time given to U*l all burses
auld under a warrantee
AFINE "fitOL'lC OF FAMILY CARHIAOKIL TOP
ami upon bugglei, pliactona, aliJn-mat*. ole., at
tho umoa. a? and 29 South OlinUm-al. 11.
A'‘ T AUUnONrSfAUTIN ; S 'iiAkTakT367 AND 269
Stata-aU—lUigular auction saloon Saturday morning
of good horaoa, elegant phantom, nckaway. nark
pliaeloiu, top and op*n baggie*. concord* and banana
wagon*. liaroeM, ate.
1‘ lull KAI.K—VKIIY fjIIKAP, 2LA U(SK FINK6-YKAH
old faurtet, double hamou. and buggy. Iloraea aru
In flr»t-ol**» condition: tiioi will go at a bargain lor caah.
T. 11. BOYD, Room 11, Ho M*di*on-*L
riori salis-a good hoilsil suitable fob
J? buggy or aaddle, and warranted porfeuily tound.
Applyjbla fonwoon at s*# Mouth Fooria-it.
T>OR BALB-A FINK. DAIIK liAY liTiTLSK, 8
I’ year* old, kind and gentle everyway, and a ipvhl
worker; lultable for a grocery, delivery, or buggy boras.
Impilro at 7 Contxs-ar. lur four day*.
F’Oll SALK—A OOub~WoUK HOKSK. 13 CVVT., 7
year* old. warranted aonndaud a gu.nl worker: to bo
•old roaaoaabla, at the owner baa no uao fur him. Apply
at carpeotoTtbop, ii FaitTweldb ia
CTYLIBU OYSTER AND 1 'i FLIVIlUfATToNS'
O lion material and wi<rkman«hji>, cheap fur caah;
‘large itiwk 00 band at HAHTIN'S carrlago-ahop, id
Cana] *t.
BUSINESS CHANCES.
( UIANt.'H TO OPEN OYSTER SALOON OIILUNOH.
V ' bar; boat location In city: to the right perwm good in
dncomonuwlllbeoifurod. Addrvia N tH. Tribuiiuutbco.
f} UOrT.RY. tlVuU}, AND' dTUEU~UUftISV.SS‘fs'
yi tere«t* for .tala. nr,picbango. Fartnonhlpa nego
tiated. J. M. ItI'.VIvULY A CU., Boom 7, 67 \vaihlag
toa-tl.
n"‘ AI.F INTEREST IN BAMPi'IUIOOM FOR HALIL
119 bast Randolph it., under Dooley's Tlioalr^.
UKMTAinUriT A>Mic6.NKKCfll).SF.({y. A KPLKN~
did business, will be sold at a bargain: II not told
privately befnm the At day of Eoptcmbur. will bn closed
oik under chattel mortgage at auction on that duy: lhn
fountain alone cost s<xu. THOMAS A CO , I9lf,'lurk-at.
cri.HNiun 'c onfrctio nei i v r AniT itfstau•
D rant, withlouulalu costing*o6o, forsalo underchat
tel mortgage, (hu on,ruing at auction at tF.tii nVbu-k.
without reserve. .ti West bladUoa-ai. O. L. MEVKUS
A 00., Mortgagees.
UTOVK HTORB WITH 001)1) TIN’-fIHOP AND JOB
O trade, for tala, dost the spol for the right one; loot*
It in No. 1. Takes a HUIo mmoy Uiauttli) U. Don't oomo
without It. SAfi Weil Madl»>o it,
rinjK KLKHOHN FURNITURE STORK FOR SALK:
.1 business of 2uyears' standing. Thestock, too U, and
fixture* will be ml Jat a bargain. Call on oraddreieD.
it. JOHNSON, Klktiuru, Walworth County, \Vt«.
rniiKVrrpKST CIO All STAND ON>tlK wkst'kidk
i fntulwi mustbnanld thiswask ;oiu going East, Au
ply at rH Must lUnJulph.at.
*[ nyr'yiu:m;VA-jru;KlNt^r-iN
•j*‘t‘WU I boilniM. Dali at aj West Randolph and lu
rsstlgaie. U. V. HNELI, A CO.
LOST AND FOUND.
L’OUND -A SI'UAYKD COW. OWNER OANHAvH
I 1 it by PfOTlug properly aud paying oxpuutua. 417
neat KrU it.
T ObT^VALISE AND
Ij ovoalu*. on rourleontli at., l»Kwuuu Wabuh aud
inillatia-ata. l-'lnder will be liberally rewarded at 67J
WaLaaUav.
T GST. ’TAKEN. OR hV'ilCHN“t : urni*Tir<U)7
JJ Letter A Co. 1 * aUiro, Waabiugion-ei., Thmaiay
atiotn Wu, Kept. 3. a Urgit Lav huriu, li lean uU, at
tavhed to a b'p buggy, >aolul <>a. A lilwral reward will
be i»aid for tliu lujiira of ttioliur.j aud buggy, or fur lu
fur malum ihu willlead ta tuelr r.curcry by Uiu t’cthUgu
(Jeunpauy. birth i*h>r.
7 OJvT-AT OUACJKLAND. iTll ON TiVk ROAD
Jj thunto, no Wodneidry, Hopf. I. agoldou bwft* liJlm*
wslcl). itouer will be well xuwarded by ruUirulug
same to tit Worth Franklln st.
MDSiCAX..
I.IUU H.U.K-A MOST KLKUAM’ . T s » Ol,“fAVI'.
' pla’u, now, standard tnako; buo lotju; tonus to lull;
araorliicu. 3VI Oakat.
ONE MaU-MMOKM'* MIAKJ.V NKVV — OAUVSIi
lug* 7oclaropiauo. SI'S, rum! piano, SW. Tureut
frua 4U up. M.iauy w biaueti iUnojaa'l tuxolloro.
UK WIIT. m siato^t.
J ‘
Divorces- i. t r o a i.i. yolif a i m:T>. not an aud.
oleully. Tea after decree. Ten yean’ practiced
Iby eeiuU ai CUosgc. AddtesaYusi-uaUe iMglwf,
WANTED—MALE HELP.
TjnoliUcoM«r«. Clorlc*i. An*
WAV mi -a a nxiv.urnM.'Ki). uKT.iAiir.K
»• t,...j.-r. »>n) in l»r<nu ii
flu’l wjth li..»rtJ rr.nl- hn«ti"i4.
f:>nl iiaviM ao I niTeiicni. £’ TrilmiM
U'ANn-O-A "HA V Kl.lNf* HA Mi.SM AN. O.VM
• > fully n'-.'itulnt •<! with (tin i*li't)»»sl<» prn»|ilnn And
fr cirmniie. AiMrcti, nr npj-lfnt W And 62 Mlotil*
\V AMID’ A VOI’NO MAN IN OFFIf'K, HOOD
’• (• "u.iui, ail v A'Mt kiiovtlodse n( IjOoVkrt-i'lnK'•
n.i*l ..,(,/•?•( .„ PA .,,| At to (Jrtf I ••
tisn cu.ir . Ad.!•'}-« VA, Tr.lni.io orfje<*.
U'AN nil A YdI.’NO MAN' AS
_AiMr«««, ‘"ii i! .n Uriri ii/, l'u>, TtlhmiafifHco.
Tmaoi).
■\\ T AN T K r »-A rinsi ci.AS.i RARUKIt. INQUIRR
1 i.»nlj •n'Tond-M.
«'Ai<l’K.Vri'.m ; Cl'.NI f.KMI'.T WITH
»* -,5 r'/>rr>i;»mt :ii| «ln;. r; imirt m»u can
'"in R-.t a MU.VKA & co.. ta) Waiting*
a failin','fonKK in:ifinnn'iiNii:
» V willing to work ami who thon-nuMr tanlandt hit
uu'iho«<; no oth'jr api'l;. ifil Mvli« in*l.
U r A VI'KD-TWi) UOO/> I'AlMiaiS AM* r;Al,>’f.
inln'rg. Coni') pfuparod lo goto work, Krt .N .rfi
LoPalle-^t.
\\TAS m» A (KIOH MAN TO Wuhk (>S KllAl’kil
M and molding niv.httjp. HI and 'J~, Van ItJrtm-tl.
WA.N’fKD • A I KW (JAIU'K.VI KUH ANf> I.AHdll
or*: tloA'ly work. Apply at coruor (ft.no
nr. tod I'Dlrtymat-at.
WANrr;U“iuouutji)iu,\iUMCNn;riH to wouk
AiUlenoo; (nrm« raili ant »nit-li\lf peril
<*>ta(o at c»»h jiflco*. and pruipt par- MOiITON WL*
VKK, Kuon|4 MotfopuMnn
w A!»thf) -THIS MOUVIXO, TWO UAUPftNTKRS"
If 111 Weil firing l<ml*.
A NO. I KAWVKIi KOH HASH'
11 d'Kir*. o*c.: rt'ini* hut flr*t-cla«i lian'ti med
B|»i,ly. (U.STKINJIKI/A NIMMBX. ltd W«; Twenty,
ice oil J-St.
■\\/ANTKH-.A mYi.LKR, AT M AND Cl NORTH
11 t.uunl-it. Apply early.
Hi’AN HD-A i iIIHT CI.ASS CU.''TO»t'r;UrTEU T 7)
*» K<> (<• tv placo a abort di«t/.nor /mm rhieici*; must
hrlnit tlrvt cl-M reftrouee* a* to •blll'y ami character;
Ji .ri* <lll ryr need apply. JMCIUK, ICUSKNHLATU Jt
Cu.. Unite and \V’aUa«u*aT.
\\ r A.VTI.I) r.IUHT AIOKK I‘IiAhTKRKiwVNOnTIi
it Kcmmnt and Hopbla-aU.: 43.73 per
d\y._ Apply at tmtUlnvi. _ _
IV'AM'i:!)-?/' CAICI’KSrKKH UN Hl’ATIi-St.,
11 »i«*r the turner o( I‘nUc ; lirtnx your tooli.
\I'ANTKIJ-A r.OO o'rf NSK R AT SmIvKSTMAD.
_»> JOHN lIL’CIiUKY.
EmDlnvnjont Aconcloa.
Wantri) im k-ui.u-ivo i.abdurrb poh
U T>;.. Hf.fk Mand i;«||r a-| | n Iowa; ware*, «1.T4
i'T day; lcc« far’; 4-•» IHh.ioU .*J farm bands, AI acid
U ' r ' CHUI ‘ uIA - v > ia Son eh Water.
U r A MT.D 16 >A It Mil A N DsT * jif I’fJi MONTH;
2t»t for railroad, [fi for .(nan (loarrii**; 41.76 per day s
10 fur saw-rnd). K. A. A.MJKLI*. booth Water-st.
\VA-ntku“man cook Fujicountry's 86 farm
..*!' l . r*drn*(t.tn»n, <|iiarryini;n, etc. A.
H.,IA O l(Ah..\ A CO., 21 W on Itandolph-st.
\\*ANTKI>-It) I.FAVK Tills DAY, 16 itl V ON
>» gra>el*tratn. ti. 7.1 r>rt day: Mon farms. ®l* pi r
mimCi ni l Vw*r|. all tall aud wliiicr. 3C3 South Water*
W'ANTUD -UAIChiIAIV.’tT.N, WdOD-CIIOI’PKKS,
linn hr.rjds. and mi. luiuds; Iroo faro. AN*
DlirAV <>. BIND A CD., n North Ulark-sf.
WANTKD-iMJ it A 11,1(0 A(1 1. AMOItRUS YOU
• * lowa ; per day; 16*1 on rep urn, 41.60 per day;
Mw mill and tarmhands; all freo fare, at 23 West Kan
diipbui. c. v. a.vct.i. a i;o.
MlaroilAnoonn*
■\\rANTi:r»-MK.N OF (iKMT.CI, APrnAnA.NX’F.
' v iaid l.Uklno*. In>d, and a c»«b e-iplttl nf tS*>. )Jl».
or ftltr), for a conUrti, pertnaava:, and reruuiiuMtive
hultir,*. luitahln for uthor i*». Hr* uuaramre a pMtVt
»l s7i)a week, and will «cad 41 sauiple* and lull part ten*
lamirfatijpemnth.it ni*ati» btialnoa*. S!rm*Malker«.
pnldicis, and boja pe-d nut applj pmonillj or oilier
vlj*. AddroM. with rtamp, liXy A CO., '.I DaSallr-it.
A' HINOI.R MAN THAT CaN TKN!)
• f bar ar.d make hinnolf naoful about a holel; wililep
to ro!jif:i n n- " wl*h pi’ull rnlaiv. Applj i.f '’tlranperr’ ”
If .rrneriy I'owull iloutoh Corner Milwaukee and Ar-
___
■\\rANTF.I)-2&\ r OAU MISCUS AT MIStiNK, H.f..'
rl Full work yiirauleod; then l Uno skrlks or trouble
of any kind. Irn(<ilrn ai U 1 I.iSallt»*«t.
\UANTKH-A TIKmdUOJILY COSII’KTKNT
*/ a.ilo»tnin to icll whip* by aample fur a man
a'anfurlng hoii«<>; oiio who has Iravejrd for a wholesale
saildlerj hktdwaro hump, and aocaatotped to handling
whip*. No ono uho has not Ind antuc cxperlrnco In hand*
Jin,: whips nerd apply. Address M ANUKAC l UUKIb 300
West llaltiniore-st. (op-fiairrl, UalUinutc, JU.
\\f ANTRIJ- Mf!N TO .SKM. I.V OFITCns, KTOUKS.
>1 and fsßitliei. ioi/loc and Imltdlihlft pencils, new
clmmi'H. rrg u*|prs. and bias cntiors; also, good articles
lor e till hi cions and fain* American Novelty Company,
113 Ka*l iladiom st.. Itrom l!*>
\\* ANTFP-A 1 AhVI'IITISiNU FOI'ICTTOIt, HA 1.-
M ary or commission. K. 11. MoUITMKII A CO., 1)1
VVakhliißtou'St., up.slain.
\irANTBli -- A" FTRSf-OI.ASS ADVI'.nriSINO
s> agnut: tf-inimr week paid. <Cnll at SKAIW BROS.
•V 1.’0., Ibxini B hsrl.aiitfu liiilldlng.
WANTKIi* MAN WITH IIOUSK aM) - TAUKLIt
• i P>r leiUtine l iltta; slcaily work. Apply at corner
1 hirly-fim.it. and C.df.UM lirovc-av.
\V AN ‘ r 'Hi»-labdiu;hs“ in' iiu;invivotTh~Anri
' f 'Vlnnetka ; work all «lnt"r; part cash part towards
lot. SllCAliS A Cd., liO Wa*hlngton*st.
\\ r ANT«:P-A BTKADY YOUNG MAN. A GOOD
vT cli-ucc for a sult.it.l« iiorson, at tho new Photo*
graph gallery lul Wrsr M«dl%nn*bt.
WANTUIC-A BOV FUOM 14 TO 19 T YKAUH Ol.lb
• • Must ho able U> uko care ol bursts. Call at liU
West Mai Una-at., HIND KU ottW.
WANTED -AN UNMAUiIIKD MAN'AND WOMAN
in work nn farm mid ilu b.maowurk In country; man
no«t lie Ur*l-rla*i farmer; ni/urencß rcvpjjreil. Apply at
6CB Co tug j (irovf»v., (tomb to 11 a. □>.
\\rANTr.O-TWKNTV MKN Tu WORK. IN LUM
t I ber-yard corner J,umb"r and UanMsts.
\VANTKL)-A MAN TO VaK »T Cl I ABO
* f dt’.ico; liberal Ml try in Id; adr pt.lt renulrnd; also
a partner; InroiUcatUia solicited. Apply at 186 Sooth
Clark-at.. Ho«m 6. •
WANTHR-C ANVASSKUS IN TUK (51TV AND
country to-<<‘ll our houm hnld dinner. needle*, m»e
aliioa. and . t.r.un rf. Kmt |> thu time to makn innocy.
Wo have tho largoM and nin.l complete Block of fait
arltlug articles i;t An. tries. Call and investigate or a*nd
for catalogue. Draw* nml p'Ticrat ng'nita promptly aup
piled. C.M. LIM.NiiTON, Ul Stalest., Chicago.
tUAKfkb-AN omUK HU RAND HOY 13 TO"U
Tr yaaranM. Address It lilt, I'nlunm office.
WANTI'D-AN OFFUIK HOV.~ CAM.' HKTWRKNI
and C o'clock Friday altoruoon. MANN HUUTII
15KH, 87 Michigan-*?.
W' ANTkb-HH,SPKOTAHU{ WORK AND GOOD
jay for genteel parties. At>;>l.vat onoo, Boom©
OUallliwak. corner Maillson and LaSallesta.
WANTED-TEMALE KELP.
Domo«ilica.
TITANTKD—A TOOK AND A TAHI.R WAITKII AT
1 1 lirurjrs' llotcl. Union Sloek-Vard*.
WANT kl>—A OIirCFOK KKNKRAL UOUHEWOUK
Inaaniall family. Uall at tbe drug More, cursor
DlrlaJnn and tioilgwlok-ata.
WANTKD-A GOOn n*IUI. TO DO COOKING AT
9t Atbland-av.. corner Monroe.
WANTI!i>-A~Yi»UNO OIRL TO DO UQIIT
lumacwork at 2M Warten-ar.
WANTHb-tlliU. FIJR (11’.SHRAL lIOURKWOHIC:
_tnuat be good waaber and troaer. 6tt Wail luke-at.
WANTED— A (iIKL AOKD ABbUt'M'YKAHfl'i'D
do lecond-worb and Uke caro of ohildren. itelor*
encM mtulrrd. Apply to 1131 l’ralrle«a»,
VV,^ANTKD—A HMAHT, UAPAHI.K' Glfti. TO DO
It general bonaework. Call at 3U3 ÜbeatnuUat., near
llearlxirn.
YITANTmi-A good COOK AND LAUNbKKaS,
1T aim (ncnmbgtrl, at MA Wabash ar.
WA.NTKH-a' GOOD <rmb IN a FAMiT7v“ot’
three
\\KaNTKD-a' GOOD GIRL TO DO tIKNERAL
11 huu.i’work In a family of two, aim help Uke oaro of
baby. Apply bulwoou 8 and Id o'clock Utla morning at 411
Mlcugan.av. _
WANTED-SWRUR OR OKRMAN (IHU, TO DO
general homework In auall family, at i<J Ugdon-av.,
corner .lackaon-al.
\\r ANTFD—A lIIHL FOB UItNKKAI. JIOUSK*
It work in a private faimb’: conio proparod to cnw
menoa work Immediately, til Warren-av., between
Uiavtu and OAktoyyU.
WASTFD-AHUANDiNA'viXsbIULfODO GKS
1t oral housework In a small tamily, at 1181 Mlcbl*
gan-ar.
\|7 ANTKD-A lillOD NUKVANT iTI UL TO DO UKN-
Tv rral bxiucwurk In a imall lamlly ; German pre
ferred. A|i|iljnl 7a Wail Slonmo at. ______
Vir antril-a" cniL To“i>o liia.ilkku work;
» ami w*U on uMo. Applyln baeomcot at Oi Waal
Washington-*!. _
\% r ANTKn—AT fiT. DRNIM, Ci)ltNK]rXfxu7soß
1T and tJi-itilalno* *’*.. one dlib girl. one dining-room
girl, onu cbauiuenuaid . um»« bo ei|w»rlonced.
Vi?ANTKO-XniKL foiion'K'"WASH. AND IRON.
Tf Alio, a aerond girl to aa«tn with vnuhiag and Una-
Inf. Ajtl'ljr at corner rourtouath-at.
WONTED-GIRL FOR ORNERAL HOUSEWORK
to Unit Ir of two; niuat bn a good 000 k 1 oolrUbnead
apply. Jlb’Went Washington.at.
Sfinmetrosttna.
WfANTCD-A ruw rmahtiiihm to i,barn
\Y dressmaking, at MISS HROWN'S, CIA Collage
Gruve-av., iipptistUi_pouglai Uouao.
Ttnraeu<
YITANTED—A GOOD GERMAN WURfIIWUUL. AP
IT ply at 13 Klglitouiitli-al.
WANTED- A Nimsn UKTWBKNI9 AND 14 YEARS
IT old at <3 south l.lncoluat.
Laundresses,
WANTKD— STAROUKK AND IKONKtt AT4(k) WA.
bail) ov., French laundry.
Cmolovxnent Affanolot.
\Tr ANTBD-.URUM AN.SWttUK. ANDOIRLSOF ANY
it nallunaluy, to dll dret-cla** place* In oUy or coon
*,KS'
\ITANTED - OWMAN AND KUANDINAVIAN
vv girl* for private Umlllea, buteli. laundrfo., city and
country, at »lr«. UUdKli’S olllco, W klllwaukwe-ar.
TOR SAU.
li' Dll SAI K—COI.LKCTION OF IIOT IIOIMK AND
.1’ gruvu-buuta plain*. U
draeduae, geanorad*.ute. IbUisat*opportunity to bur
* iiuu good Ullage übi-ap. Thu c .llucil ju b“-» u en. eu<l
ad luiurmatiuo lurnblird on appilcallun to O. W. KUSd,
13 Wcaiuru-av., Clilouuu.
liSoR BALR-liU ALL
*1? kind* and lira*, new and aecund-hand. with ramp
a.iulpago tl tiro mutt Uuirntrud kind. Uoiarninaut
Guixflllcpot, Uka it., Cnlcig*). .
li'OH SAI.R-TWO ‘WALL T\9o
J? «muio.»7b*r.leifo»hcl‘U>«r.*uJ by*u*. oue «Uow
c.w«*u I «l«»k; clearing c ut. Um daraMiarUearoi *nd tool*
SutoittparutmibuluujubiJingpiloei. “V 5U Laat Ran
tlulpU-al. .
AGEN I’S WAhl ED,
A OKSTS WaN IRD -T HK t/RNT UKY^
A oandu.ee. Root ayeuu tu clover. Ouo reporu lllty
UU>*?RV d OU., itulUaapUl*.
SITUATIONS WANTr.D--MALIW
•t*on7tl:Pot»rrs. Clor!e*> &o.
CiruATioN ■w.\:;tkj>-a vounu man nru. or
O «.virt hniint'i w!*Vl to ImtM for * rrltsMo
«• j'rnfjrr hr-iM<»: well Aetpiaiotml throiiffti Imra,
ilioni’Kjtn, fttnl Wj»crrtiin; lioiiot roferoncss glton. Ail*
<lr6M H )I*. 1 nlmnn MHo*.
WANT'
u •mvr»l y«ar* huila"«* ni-orlonci fa (Jhlciao, wl'h
•.line* tr-tr >rMtin tn.T-Mutil" or cumrnlMVin boa»u s would
n-it ~li]'t; in iriTollnrf ; bait of roforOnec*. AdJrci* ft
£.», I iJljob.miisoa.
v*rn;.\T(«).v wa.ntki)' by'a iujsisbs* ma* ijf
l; anr mji.icjfy wlinri- iiu run m»l»» hint wilt tt-ofol 1 *erJ
br»t of rciori-nros ahdcnih torurliy tn amount of fSoOJi
ho*i)c>il, N_H TnbanootSri*.
CITIYaTIVjx WA.NTKD-UY A V'HJVIi MAN AS
O iwkke'inir. or : hato ffotrV oraotltfll n««
Roriooco ;lu*tnfcily rviaranco t hav* rncomiupiKUUoa
•oni formrp t-miilopor. A(Mru« K Si, Trltinmi omc*.
CITI'ATIO.V av\vSYkT» Yir ~A *
had pmcUml aipoi |*nco ; vnlanr not to maurlal o> a mi*.
Manual plaeo. Adlrm (4 to, TtUiuuo ottiec,
Trnaoa.
SITUATION WANTFP—TO BTRAM AND OAR-
O llttrrt A" foreman or iniiorlntoniUnt laeiiforcho
wlmm, !>/a prAflteal man of 15years' ju year*
na foreman: mil/ un>lor«taml« (ho hii*lnoi« in all na
brnn<'liQ*; niakra »p«cl!ic»tlunv (nil«, olo.: bit cutup
l-Jlow i>ro«auraanp.inttit; •Athfaclnrjr rpfnrooeti *lr«n.
Api»l| or addtM* J. IIBK. kli Weat WMblogtua-tl* out*
C 441 >. Ilf.
Coachmen. Toattmtoni. Ac-
SITUATIONS WAKTKD-BV A YOUNG MAN AND
*. ntm to lake eve of horaea am! make hl/melf gat),
frsliy n-i fnl. »ti<J rlin other to cxik or do general ho(i*<f'
w if., Wurfcii no nhjrtcf: a.good buino djilrvd. Call aft
forty hnrti* and JluiterfteW-afa.
W*"*"-
... .. UOAUHMAN; WOHK
»' I%'inVoii r n " ,limi! W >»&Q wood »ppl/. AdJroM B
OITIiA MO.N \V \ NTCD-MY A VOU.NCI MAN AS
ftlSuLSte?' 7 w,,ron: ro/flronco, * ,ten - AddrWt
SITUATION WaNTKJ) .IIY K OOMPKTHKT YOUtffJ
k ’ tr»n aa i*nrtcr rr vor.4 In m«l,> liouas;flr«t oliM
rofpr»nco slvsn. ArMrr»«« ;,j.'l’rib-mp ufflci*. ‘
SITUATION V/ANTKI.-IlY’ A VOU.VO lIASV 2f
Jp r«M of •«". who ha* « year*’ *'tp<irlonco iq pieklu*
rpcßiTinc nty xuoda. Upii city rcfcroncei. lAddnu*
I* 3:», 1 nhunn nili«y.
SITUATIONS WANTED-ffiMAL:
Dnmnnticn.
CITUATION WANTKD-HV A .KKAT AND TIB'S
O hjTed'; *rtrl fur anconJ worle or loklnc earn of children:
R .nth Hlilo preferred. Apply at«« Voroi>n-.jT.,a<mih oi
riilri'-.illni t.
SITUATION WAVm)~UV A SWKUI.SHuiiuTTO
O co-ik, wsrb, ami Iron, or housework In private family,
city or country; refwotica, 410 Wftha»n-*v.
QITUATION WANTKD'hy'A\uiMllKDlv7rjfAH
kJ to d™ jren"r*l dnni**lle w >rk. where duties art) not too
ardoous; wage* no object. Atfdroia.Sf, Trtbuno ethers.
situation WANTKh-ny a ok/mian cimr, r«>
O do cooklm* n’id general nnuMUorV ; good references.
Fleam call at 231 Ka»t Division *st.
QJirUATIO.V WAMHO-A8 (jilOK IN A FIRST,
k j class boarding.lum»e or la a Hnt-clssa private family.
Please cal) at 573 Hlaiest.
eitWAtio.V" WANTKD-IIVA GOOD GIRL TO DO
O g*n?r*l hotuswurk la a hr.t-chua lam Hr. Address XM
l.’aldtnet-av.
CJITIfATION WANTFD-liV A YOUNG (11HU IN A
O private (amlD 1 , (o do cooking. washing, sod ironing.
Call at the haiomont dour at 1(3 White**!., North Sid*.
CITUATION WANTKD-BV AN AMRRIOAN
O to do loautiil work or cars (or children ami lew; wage*
u i object; 1 want a lioinu; I.ml ot references. Plsasoad
dn'W Immediately, y I up. Tribune nfllce.
bITUATION WANT F.Ii-U V A ORHMAN (HIM., fo
O d'i kitchen r*«rk. CJ IVosaon-st., tuar Chiaigo-ar.
cni. r AT( iN \vant for
* ’ general housework In a private tamilr* Uall at IS3
V iwl i liicaso-av., in rear.
CITUs VION WANTKU-FOn IIDUSUWOKK IN A
O Kinall American famllr: a R'kkl homo the main object, t
In cltr nr cojntrv. Apply to-day at 14 HUby-place, bo
tweeu iiiitiLaril And Klntie-«is. No |K>«ial cards.
CITUATIONMVA.V \ KD'“ jIV A YOU NO WmoW iT?
O T' lir'-iiir nt u limiikj ulc'io »ho can make bortolf reli
ef ally uv '.nl. OHI. Triliimeii6ce.
SITUATION WANTKU -11 V AN A.MKItICAN 01RL
kj In a private ramilj nr l oantinff-huuve to do yonml
h lurr.iork or kllehcn-wuck. Ficaao mill at 119 WeuV
wcirtlinT.
WITCATIO.V WANTHD - TD l>(» OHNFRAI* IIOUBIS*
vl> work la a nt’.if, h 'no»t p •non; a tjmnl bnuie more of
an obj.’r t than bltf wacoi,. Call in the morning at ISB
Kiylihvntti-at.
rUATION WANTF.D-BY 1 A PUOtKSTANT GIRL
J lo do general hiitm>wnrk or up stall* work. Apply
Inwn-statr*. 7X Kultrin-st.
SITUATION WANTKD-IIY A BKSI’FCTABLB
Ottltl. to do kitchen or Honeral housework. Call at No.
I*l Kart IcdUna st.. fur two days.
SITUATION WANTF.D-HY A>liiST-UI7ABS!;OOiC
O (Swcdu), in best American family. £7O Kaet Dlvis
i>.n*«t.
CITUATKIN WANTKD-nr A SWICDI.su (illlhTO
i-j do general housework In a stnall family. West Sid*
prefened. I'leasojall at W Hlckory-av., Jinrth Side.
SITUATION WANTKiI—BY A'VKRY'cOMPKTKNT
tic »len girl lo do t tin general work of* small iawily.
IJelsreaoes. Hear of 149 Klghtacnth-tU
SITUATION WANTKD-BV A BKHPKOTAOLB
country girl, to do goners! housework or second.
S«nmfitrnn«oa.
OITUA’IION WANrF.D-BV A LADY JUST COMI
O tothori'yas seam,truss. Address MISS KKLLY,
care of L. V(. Jleck. F.ngluwood.
Etm>lorment Atrents.
CITUATIONP WANTRU-FAMILIKS IN WANT OP
O ci»id HcMiJlnaTisn and Herman help can bo aunuliud
ai Airs. BUHKR’SotHce. HJMllwaakoe-av.
Situations wanted—l/Tdies in want op
fust-class louatn bolp can Lo suited on ibort notice
byapplylngto .Mrs. M. I.ATIttSK, Wffwf Madlmn-et.
MISCELLANEOUS.
A A A WANTKP.-WK PURCIIASB AND
w » pay wall for jndgmonU, aooonnla,
and note* against parties employed on wage* or aalarr.
HI’KAK A (JO,, Itl LaSalls-et,, Knew SB. Oat this oat.
A]J.IjObO~OAHfrOFK^IJOT|IINO^K)IW!if^AT
(bn highest jwico hy JONAH A. DKKHHMA. 29]
Smith Clark-at. holloa by null promptly attend ad to.
LL OABII I'AIU kbK OAHt.OKF CLOTHING AND
miscellaneous goods of any kind by sending a lottoi
to JONAS OKLDKIt. 633 HUte-tt,
I,’ ITIIKU SHX SuVl'EillNti WITH ANY FORM OF
i dlrenii*. no mnttor bow had. ot bow long ■lauding, or
who failed to corn thorti. call or write RtaUi Medical Of
fle»i, 1»7 South Clark-*;., Chicago, and bo permanently
cured; charges reasonable.
1 f tod desire hound lungs. health. and
J comfort, traar » Graduated Cboat and bong I’rnfeoUir.
Sold otorywtiom. Hy mail. iI.N). ISAAC A. BlNUblt,
manufacturer, CM Broadway, New York.
•pKISMOIU IUIIAVAY-HUHUO TK6T—TIJEHH
J- will he an exhibition of the so-called ono-raU railway,
at Niity**arenih‘i(.„ Uldo park, on Friday afternoon,
hcpl. 3, at 4 o'clock. Tho public aso Invited. Take 3
p. m. train to Oakwood oUUun, tbrtw blocks from tho
priatnold road.
\\> A .NTKI I- N ()*N -1T MO N PRINTING KBTAHUSII.
if maula. thoroughly euulupod, and ready U» cwatAof
for tho printing of a Hnt-claaa weekly puidlisathin, can
atldreaa aa undenlguod atatlng (tried of oompoaltiou uor
cm, hrorier type. Will arorago Itd.UAI tuna per vrock.
T 64. Tribune omoa.
V\TANTED—FUKNACK FOII MY WKW OOTTAOB
Tr of 8 rooma, to bo paid for In rent of same. Addruaa
It 80, Tribune oliloa.
MACHINERY.
AT KOCIIKSTBR MAOHINKRV MaNUFAOTUR-
Ing Company, S 3 and 40 South Canal-at.. Chicago, nil
iDea of engluoa, ballon, and aaw.milla. tub. door, and
blind machinery, planer and mateben, inrfacen; our
planer and matcher* can be ebangod to tuifaelng without
■ pipping the machine by moving a lerorj cnglna-tatbea.
dtllla, Iron nlanon, stare, beading and thing In machinery,
leather and robber bolting, tawa, and machinery tup*
pile*. A Into! aoooad-baou macbtnoryof different kinds
at Itochoiter Machlnory Manofacturtug Company.3o and
4d South Canal-at., Chicago.
A" T KtUKVVoOD A DUNKIRK'S, 171 AND 171
Lak»*at., tnaoblna-abop, foundry, plasiug milb saati
and doorfactory enalpmoau. machlnlau* aappllaa.
AT KIRKWOOD A DUNKLEK'B. 171 AND I7|
Laku et., ateam engine* and boilers, (team pumps.
Asbestos (team packing and roottng. engueon' supplua.
YJOR SALE—ONK FOtJT LATIIK' n-'lNOrt SWINUT
L* 4 (oot bod, flnnly Unlihcd ana Htiod with 6lach llnr
tan obaok, No. 3 Mono drill chuck, slide mat, etc., etc.
Also, one very complete band planer, capacity MiUidU
\VANTRn-BTBAM.KNOINK OF ABOUT *O
- horse power, cylinder alwot llr.il Inehea: tanstba
cheap, a goo.l machine, nut worn. Address, giving de>
seriptloo and price, J. 11, MOTT A CO., No. 1 training,
tou Block.
\VANT«n-A fiIIOOND-IIAND KNOW* FROM W
VV to Mi hone power. In'iulr* of CHICAGO FAOIt*
INO AND PROVISION CO., 153 Mooroe-at.
TO £2COHANG£*
TTIQR F.XOHANOB-FINH fi 9IS.CUD LOT AND
P UuuM, South SlJa. Want gmco rr orotnar a took* tot
lota anil cash. W. ft, WKIXS, 137 Sooth Clark-at.,
Room 15.
fliO HXijHANaK-IUO.Uii EQUITY INCIUOAQO
X city Unproved property. Urmf. Mode,, village borne*
and lot*. clear suburban choice lata, oud valuable mill,
lor building or Mock In Chicago, incumbrance on above
only gIB,CuT, re* tin* on only, ihrre piece* of tbe property.
Owner nuu-rvaldout, and will aainma. Several piaeoa oaa
oe eiebangtd for eu*k* 01 foudi, hanlvaro, groceries,
ilaliosoiT. elo., In chy or country (own*. o, K. WELLS,
iMDaarbom-st. Place hour* lu a. m. to Bp. a.
f|H> inbidk city LOTS
X and sulmrhvn on wmtu alioro (or bouao and lot or
email farm. In Kotor Hock RlverooanUy. j. 0. OAK.
UIGUS, lifl Dearborn-*!., Room 10.
fpoTxciuNDK-A boon btook farm near
i WooiUioek, with Hock all 00,' tor any good property.
AddreM I*li, Tribune office.
i I B()*‘ K XOl IA N« IK -i M POSING RKSIDKNCKa AT
1 Highland KrtrV. Ulgbwaod, and tVlunatka, two and
threo •toflra. with lower*, big window*, all mudarn Ini
protanienU: will tnakp greatest fndaoemoma to good
lamllioi. kIRAUS A CO., lOO'WaahlngUm.il.
iIH) 'KXCUANOK—tfAIII! OF Id) aCRKS, NKAIi
i La Croati-. Wla., Including atook. oropa, ate., lor
bous-’ and ‘>lU thU oily. QUO. V. UVULt,'U3 Ledall*
el,, Ro»m U.
MEWINGMACHINCS. ’
a i.l kinds, Bfcrntu ui7juinkh? and ia)wer
Vhjya olaoaettore; every machine warraolad; al
OKU-I’, GOHB i CiJ.n, a>3 and To Wabaib-ar.
QIN OBR FAUILY HHWiNO M.UfInNKi'V«YoiC *SO:
O pearly uwi baa aUaubmouta, loaf table, cover, and
drawaro. CArtfli. No. »l Mlcf»lfi*« at. ’ ‘
ginorh orriniYoc a. ’’j.'kuloiikkt, »a west
Uadlion-at.—Siugor laaohloea auld uu uiontbly pay
ttwcita*. alto macbinca ntcKenaod and vented.
P£Rk»dNALI
PKIIdONAI.-OUACiEi'VoUU COSTAL CARD RK
culvod. Hero forgotten number. WrUdagalu, Diva
number aod »taw lime. HMD. _
lIIfIONAI/—WILLRBRTLUWKNI PLKAHBBKNO
addrew tj Adami Hulun, corner Clark and UarrUon*
au. WMF.
INfITHrOTIOM.
AOKAiThaTB OK UARTMOUrU. AON W. WHO
lia* been lor two yeaia lu New Haven coaching Yale
etudema and biting boya for colUgo*. detlrwa (wo pu
pil* wlie are wllliug uulu thorough work, and who wi*h P»
lave oaoer uojeart to the fltfor aUiegg, AddmaTlft
'Tribune ettaa.
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