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freedom on Us lips, dispofls itself In democratic
demonstrations, ami Is coquetting with social
ism.
Ho books bavo over alrnck severer blows
on monarchy than tho works of (ho
Jesuit Fathers Mariana, Ucllannln, Huaroz,
Boucher, and when Clements, ttio Jesuit jmpil,
bad struck donn with (ho Aanasaln’s steel llenry
Hi, of Franco, Pope Blxtua Vlf, was jubilant,
•ml oscUitnodt “Quo li Micesio dells niorte dal
redi Franctn si pa ha couoncor dot volcr ex*
prcasodel Bipnor Dio." (That In tho death of
tho King God's expressed will was clearly to bo
seen.) Aged of bandits this Htntior Dio. In
this tho history to bo taught lu llio confessional
schools of tbo Vatican, iu opposition to history
taught in tho “ godless free schools ?”
Wo confess for ourselves that when. In our
yonngor days, wo read tho works of tho above
natnod fathers, tho arguments winch wo there
found in favor of popular sovereignty and
•gainst monarchy, laid dowu as they wore with
proat acumen, groat intellect, and subtlety, do*
etroyed our mind of every vosilgo of monarchical
feeling, nnd grounded us as (Irmly an a rock on
Republican principles. Those Jesuit authors,
bowovor, Imvo only brought into a perfect nys*
Jem of Bvllogit<ms what already, before the foun
dation of llio older, hail bccu (aught in many
? laces in llio canon law. Bee. for instance s
leered, Fain 1.. Distinclio DC ; lb. 11,, Causa 11,
Quoutcslj Hoxll Docroif, Lib. 11.. Tit. H, Cap.
2; J'ittravngADtes Comm., 1 Lib., Tit. 8.
It is. therefore, a very obvious mistake on tho
fiart of tho majority of our people hero to he*
love Hint tho immo of a lb-public, that tiio
republican form of our Government, is a sufll
eiont bulwark Against tlm domination of tho
Vatican over our nodal and political institutiona.
Toe Jesuits look upon Republics as & far bet
ter haivost-llold for their lust for power. They
know full well that it is fur ruoro didlcult to
carry on warngainst a Qovorument wilii a heredi
tary chief, which in as conltahzed nud as firmly
knit together, and an fond of power, nnd ns
quick to act and to move, as tho concentrated
power of tho hierarchy, limn to combat Slates,
where tho strength of Government rests not in
tho coutro, but in tho masses, ns it woro peri*
plioncally. And those masses (of tho people)
bavo no eyeteta, no tenacious holding on to
maxims, winch havo an application in tho far
future: those masses are agitated by tlm
fluctuations of tho day, often misled by
selfish loaders living from day to day,
quickly oblivious of wbst happened only a
snort time before; tlioso masses aro
without knowledge of past history, and of
tho laws of logical evolution in tho Ufa of
peoples, llftico llio republican system of Qov*
eminent of Itself gives us no guarantee against
Vatican domination, iho contrary is tho enso.
Indeed i'ms IX. Is right when ho says that
tho United Stales aro ripo for his harvest. I’cr*
baps aomo one, alter a generation has passed,
may remember what wo for tho last fow yoars
bavo predicted iu tho war of warning, asking
our pooplo to bo vigilant and on their guard,
not from a presumption to play tho prophet, but
from a knowledge of llio laws which rule tho
development of national life. And when weak
minded porous object to us, tliat wo discuss
this “dark " question ho often and so earnestly,
wo onowfr them Himplv; This question in tho
coutsoof time will create moro violent commo
tions Ilian llio slavery quest! n did. It wdl con
vulse aiiue tho .North and tho South. I'. IL
DWIGHT, ILL.
enunen uuivickh vuhludav.
Special Uiipalch to the C.wmo Jnlune.
Dwionr, 111., Sept. s.—Our clmrcucs hero
have been immensely attended to-day. Services
of dcop interest wcio hold all day at tho Metho
dic Chutch in behalf of tho cause of foreign
missions, tho Bov. M. V. B. V.’hilc, pastor. It
is tho custom of this branch of tno Church to
assess each Conference tho amount they aro ex
pected to contribute, and then tbo uum is divided
among tho districts by tho Presiding
Elders. This charge is what is called
tho Wououa District. Tho Bov. Bichard
Harvoy, D. D., ono of tho oldest preachers, is
tho Elder. A very Interesting address and ap
peals wero mado to tbo people by Darnel
McWilliams and tbo Bov. U. N. Pollard. Dwight
camo uobiy up to tho work, and a very largo
collection was raided. Taking tho fact into con
tiucration that two tnuutus ugu nearly $3,000
was culhciibed toivaid dccoiuting and refur
nishing tho church, wo Hunk that wo
can safely say that Ibis community m in
a very healthy and t-rospeious condition. btrcal
or. Wonona. Touica, Gardner, and Odell, all in
Ibis district, mo also reported to bo in u nour
ishing state. Tho Annual Conference meets at
Moline, Hopt. 2d. Bishop Ames presiding. Be
sides the usual interest aticuding these auuuul
gatherings, this is the year lot the election of
delegates to tho General Coutcrcnco, which
meets next May at St. Louis. *lbo Conference
will bo entitled to tlvo ministerial and five lay
delegates.
CATHOLIC CONFIRMATION.
Special iJiKj ufc U to The I'htauo Teibune,
FREEiour, 111., Hept. s.—To tho Catholic peo
ple of this town aud vicinity this has been a
Bablatb of unusual and impressive import.
Over lUO young ladies w cro admitted by coutinu
stiou to the full privileges of the Church. Tho
Bifchop of tho Catholic Diocese of lllmoia spent
tho balbotb in town for this purpose. Tbo
ioang ladies, the Bishop, and clergy, attended
by bauds of music aud Catholic organizations of
various ciders, were csconcd through tho streets
from Bt. Maiy’s Church to Bt. Joseph's, making
a fine display. It the latter edifice, in presence
of au immense gathering cf people, tho euiotno
tile was performed.
IS THIS A NATION 1
Wtiat Jefferson Called It,
Tlio Now llavou Register, tbo Btale-Sovor
■ cignty organ of Senator Eaton, wants to know
I “ wbou aud wboro Thomas Jefferson ever spoke
Of this Government other than United states."
jßcck, of Kentucky, who aspires to thn Senator
ship, aaya that "nation," when used to describe
tho American people, is " acoutomptiblo word,’ 1
I sod tho Now Haven Register applauds the sontl
moot. Tho Spriagllold Ift’puMicau undertakes to
oblige tho Regxaior as followss
Happy to oblige. Quo of tbo times was tbo
iday of bis inauguration as BrosiUont,—March 4,
libel. la tho liret paragraph of bis address ou
{this iutoicßiing occueion, bo described tbe Amer
ican people an "a rising uatiou, spread over a
jwido aud fertile land." lu tbo second para
graph, be spoke of tbo recent contest of opiuiou
j— tbe Tresidcutial canvass, 10-wit—as '• being
now decided ly tbo voice of tbo nation.” A fort
night before, m replying to tlio Commlltco ap
pointed to notify him of bis election, ho had ex
pressed gratitude at receiving such a "testimony
of confidence from the groat representative
council of our nation"; bad spoken of tho "leg
islative will of tho nation and bud begged tho
'Committee to convoy to tho Conpicss "tno son
jtimoms of zeal aud fidelity" by which bo hoped
|to "merit these proofs of confidence from tbo
.patlou,” Tbo Register will find tbe text of tho
reply in the Journal of tho House of iloprosout
'•tives for Fob. 21, IBUI. Another of tbo times
■ was on tbe occasion of tho meeting of tho
Seventh Congress. In tbe flrrt paragraph of his
first message—sent in Doc. b, IbUl—ho speaks
of "slater nations.” In tbo body ol tbo paper
be baa something to say about "tbo energies of
our nation." lu the closing paragraph bo says:
I "These, fellow-citizens, are tbo matters rerpeel
ing tbe state of tbo nation which 1 have thought
Of importance tu be submitted tu your consul
oration at this time." Wo might multiply those
citations, but it is hardly necessary.
STATE FINANCES.
Special DUpaUk to Tho Chieaao Tribune,
Spsinoitkld, 111., Bopt. 4.—Tho following are
tbe receipts and disbursements at tbs Btate
.Treasury for August t
RECEIPTS.
Sevenu* ftmd,
Unknown mluor bein'fund.
Bcbool fund
lliluoU Central lUUrved fund
XaOG4l loud tnud.,.,.,.
ToU» I 571.04d.5S
XJUDUBBKMKSIB,
flcTcnue fund
llllooli lUver ImproTemeut fuud,
Ikituol fluid
lUimiia Central lUUroad fuud
Lucal bood fund
‘ CRASSHOP IN COELO.
Special Dupatch to Tho Chicago TVi&une,
Damvillb, 111., Sept. 4.—Millions of grasshop
pers passed over the city at a height of some 200
feet this afternoon, going in a southeasterly
direction. Only a stray one now and thou
leached the earth.
SEEKING THE BUBBLE REPUTATION.
Bptetai Uinatch to Tho Chicago TViftutu
’Davvilu, 111., HopU 4.—Frof. Light made a
balloon ascension from thla city to-day. Crowds
of people were in the city to witness it. Ue U
yet in sight south and west of the city.
Bismarck writes Yon Axnira’s name with a
M de, M — that La to say. D’Arnim.—Domriflc
JfowUy.
THE TRIGGER.
Two St. JvOiilH Editor* Itrlnff This
Caption Out of (ho Sport
ing Column.
They Shoot at Each Other at Twenty
Paces, Without Harm to.
Either.
The Duel at Rockford, Knlnnloy, and the
Excitement It Occasioned*
nocKFonUanoo.
Srtiial T)UtinLh (a The Chtenoa Tribune*
Rockoiid, ||]., Her,l. s.— The city has been excit
ed today over the duel. This morning something
connected with tho affair leaked out, and tho re
porter who had been noticed with tho parly Sat
urday waa subjected to various examinations
and cross-examinations by prominent persons.
Uo was impenetrable until tho editor of tho
Omello subjected him to an interview rigorous
enough to satisfy any Chicago newspaper roan.
Tho result was that tliat enterprising local jour
nalist got out an extra edition of bis paper. Riv
ing a tolerably accurate account of tho fight.
Bulletins with startling captions woro placed iti
conspicuous positions, and before noon several
thousand copies woro disposed of.
TUB LAIUtU
acorn most ngitatatod. They perceive too fight
was in their behalf, and aro quite in lovo with
Maj. Foster. Ho strong to this feeling that
(hey regret that ho was not wounded, so that
they might havo bad the honor of nursing him
through. How it would havo fared with Col.
Edwards, had ho been wounded and fallen into
their hands, Is Impossible to coujoctmo.
CUIUOSITY.
Now that tbo facts aro known, various stories
aro nlluat proving that tho mysterious
movements of tho belligerents were observed.
Mr. 0. M. Brazee, a Bockford attorney, was
called up by Mr. Barnard, Foster's second, prior
to tbo encounter, and asked if his services could
bo secured, if necessary. Tbo attorney replied
that (hey could if tho business was honorable.
Mr. Barnard said it was strictly honorable, but it
was a delicate matter, and had to bo conducted
secretly. This loft tbo attorney in great curios*
ily, and ho was around anxiously making inqui
ries to fathom tho mystery. Dr. O’Ucilly's dis
play of tbo white feather camo near spoiling ev
erything. Ho visited Mr. Lnthrop, an attorney,
and put soiuo direct questions as to a sur
geon’s liability to arrest for participating
in such an affair. Mr. Lalbrop was greatly
astonished at tho inquiry, but gavo his opinion
anil then interested himself to find why it was
wanted; but tho purlieu had tbo arrangements
tmido iu admirable manner, aud no one solved
tbo mystery nmil ibis morning. Col. Branch’s
frequent inquiries on tbo cars as to tho proxim
ity of tho Wisconsin Slate lino also aroused
suspicion.
mi: policr APTnoniTina
woro greatly chagrined at being outwitted. They
wero greatly porturbod over tho strangers’
movements, ami, not to bo backward iu thoir
duty, went round to tho banka to warn
thorn of probable attacks from burglars.
Tbo reporter was introduced to Mayor
Tinker and Marshal Tally to-day, but they
eviuced no disposition to attest him ns a partici
pant. Bhonff Peats is atouud looking for some
ono who bad taken part in, or known of tho
affray with & viow to warning him that ho was
liable to arrest should complaint bo preferred.
Up to this evening, however, tbo roportor still
enjoyed his liberty. Tho mattor will probably
elicit somo oppressions of public opinion hoio
boforo long. There is a growing feeling of in
dignation against locating tbo light iu Winnebago
County, although many regard it as an effort to
sccuro a romantic ’and poetical termination,
which inclines thorn to toko a favorable viow of
tho matter.
tfprciaf Dispatch to The Chieano Tnbune.
Bockfoud, 111., Bopfc. 4,—Xho invitation of
Jolt Davis to Winnebago County bos turned out
on unfortunate affair hi more senses than one.
It created a bowl of indignation in ccrtaiu quar
tern, and stirred up reminiscences which would
have been much bettor left undisturbed. The
people of tbla county have kcarco recorded
from its olTcots, and. an occurtcnco of to-day
clearly proves that it will bo some time before
Ibo ill-feeling engendered by tbo ill-advised
act ion of tbe Directors of Ibo Agricultural Fair
dies out. not only in tbo minds of tbo people of
Illinois, but of Ibo country. Bt. Louis was one
of tbe citius which was badly affected by tbo ag
itation. Tbo Times of that city, while tbo ex
citement was at the highest pitch, published
A lIED-UOr EDITORIAL,
in which tbo following postage occurred
Wo don't blame (ho women of Winnebago County no
much fur tho fury which posicMcd them at tho bare
mention of tho turns of Jeßcraon Davla. Tbo bulk of
them, no doubt, hud m their houaca at the time the in-
TiiQliou vrai extended planus atokn frum Mr. Davis’
Mississippi neighbors, aud diver (poems with
names upon them at familiar to
Mr. Davis' eyes at household words, aud,
while hu wua a Bvuilctnau of too much goodtaatetu
teem by bln manner even to rccognlzo tbe fact, It
would hare Ceeu terribly mortifying to the everagu of
tho Indignant damns If, tu accepting au iurllatiun to
dinner or supper, ho had chanced upon a house Riled
with tho spoils of Sherman's march to tbo eos.
Tins WHOLESALE INSULT
on tbe women of tho county was deeply felt by
Maj. Emory B. Foster, editor of tho Bt..
Louis Evening Journal, He took np tho oud
gola in their behalf, thioking It was a direct
slur on tho character and fair famo
of tho mothers, wives, and sisters of tbo Fed
eral soldiers. In an article in bis paper of Aug.
25 be burled back tbo foul-moutbod Insinua
tion, and made a manly defense of tbe woman of
tho country. "Tbo soldiers," bo wrote, "who
whipped these cowards that insult women into a
dog-like submission, should never forgot that
they are dealing with creatures incapable of
anything but meanness. They should remem
ber that these men wbodobberatoly slander their
mothers are now asking tbo people of this coun
try to givo them control of the Government,
and, romomboiing these things, the true men
of tbe North aud of the Boutb, whether Confed
erate or Fodoials. should unite aa one man to
save the country fiom such intolerable shame
and degradation. Federal soldiers can trust
each other, and they cau trust former Confeder
ates when they prove by their conduct that they
are worthy to lo trusted. But, as long aa tho
loud-mouthed braggarts keep themselves be
fore the people of both sections of the country
as representatives of public opinion in tbe South,
eo long will the Southern people suffer
by each leadership. When the true gen
tlemen of tho South take charge of
her affairs there will be no longer any feud to
beal between Coufeiletatos aud Federals or be
tween tbe North aud South. Such a time will
come. Put Its coming ie retarded by each utter
ances as that found m to-day’s Times."
65,305.10
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COL. JOUM N. SDWAUPB,
of tbe St. Louis Dispatch, who wan tbs author of
tbs article la the Times, got Indignant over tbo
utterance of the Journal, Ou tbe 27th ultimo,
two days after the article In the latter paper ap
peered, bo aool a formal demand for
an apology to UaJ. Foster. To this
Ur. Foster replied that tbe remark was
not intended as a personal reflection on nun. and
that it would ho time enough to retract when
Edwards modified his attack m tbo Firm I *. This
answer, which was couched in tho most courts*
ous terms,
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DID MOT OT.OSB TUB BREACH.
Col. Edwards wrote another letter ou the QOth
of August, stating that Foster’s reply was not
satisfactory, and demanding that aatiafacliun
which one gentleman bas tbe right to ask of
another. UaJ. Foster's response was Arm but
digniiled. Ho again disclaimed any intention of
offending Edwards, and referred him to
Ur. William D. W. Barnard, who
would take charge of bis honor in tbe fnture.
Tbe next correspondence was between Ur.
Barnard and Col. 11. B. Branch, tbo Utter wish
ing to know at the earliest convenience whether
TIII'I CIIICACi'O TIIIBUiNK: MOMMY, HKPTEMISEII (J, 1875.
Maj, Foster was going to retract or not. Mr.
Barnard reiterated the former statement of bis
friend. After further letlcri*. a ronferenco was
held by Col. Branch nnd Mr. Barnard, which,
however, failed to bring about an amicable sot*
(lenient, the Kdnaids side still sticking out for
A TIIOUOCOU RETRACTION OH AN tXCIIANO* OP
Mr. Barnard, after every conciliatory effort
consistent with his friend’s honor, wrote to Col.
Branch, naming Golfs navy revolvers, calibre
SC, as tho weapons to bo used, llio distance Ik)
paces, and the County of Winnebago, ill., as
the place of mooting. The reasons which led
to this selection »ro brleflv these : Tho oiiginai
article in tho Tinxra Lai contained language
•bnaivo of tho pooplo nf the countv so broad
and general iu its application, ami Col. Edwards
nEiusiHo to wininiiAiv,
It was felt thorn wou'd bo no more personal dan
ger hero for tho parties (lien in any other part
of (ho ouutilry. Tiiorofcr.e Mr. Barnard chose
Ihocnuniv as tho meoliug-piace, tlimniug also
Ids friend' would not bo among enemies.
TUB tttri.K-t.
The following agieoraout was afterwards en
tered into by tho parties:
Tlda miiWafan-Ung Is arrive lat between C 11. It.
Ilrnnrli ‘and William D. W. Barnard «i ihs rnW lUU
shall ffuvaru ia the inAttur of a heat lie aif>o:Uni ludwr-n
CM. John N. Edward* and Mnl. V.. H. FoKcr. the •»: I
Branch repreienllng Co'. Edwards, and tho said Bar
nard rc{ rf«'-ulliig Maj, Fustor:
F/rK—Th- 1 parties anail meet np»a the fn ldon lh»
4th day of Hvptemlior, 1 *75, betwe-m the hours of 0
and 7 a. in. nf that iliy.
Rtirmd-’ I That the pls<*n of meeting shall Ik* hi the
County of Winnebago, NUIs of IlmnD, 1 !,•> fre.-l-a
sj>ot to b« selected by said Brunch and Bariuid utter
their arrival In that enmity.
7/nnt—'Tho weapons to bo used shall he Colt's navy
revolvers, calibre HO, and tne distance 20 put*-..
Each parly shidl be cuUtled to one shot at tlm words
“ An- you ready 7 one, two, three I ” the firing to oc
cur after tho word three.
t'ouflh—' Tho principal* fhall ho entitled to hut nas
■hut oich.iinluse liif-y both shall ui.»lhi-r.
/•■(«/■—'The principals may have two Iriends each to
accompany Un-ro, and onosiircp-on mi h.
Sixth —Tho respective seconds shall ho armed w»ih
similar weapons os tho prin ipsls, Any violations of
tho talcs shull subject the party nfffiidiug Ui busLol
down liy the seccod of the other party.
AVvtnlh—'These rules shall t.o signed la duplicate,
and cuch sccnQd ahull have a copy.
On Friday night tho principals, seconds, sur
geons. nnd friends
I.CIT ST. LOUIS FOR WINNCnAQO COUSTT.
They arrived in Chicago early this forenoon,
where they wero mot by thin reporter, who was
ashed to accompany Foster's party as n friend.
Ho cons n nlc.l. and is thus able to presoul a full
and complete account of tbo affray. They left
tbo Wells street depot at 0:13 a. m.
Upon arriving at Book ford both parties drovo
to tbo Hi. Hand Jloiiho and partook of dinner.
About3o’o||ck tho seconds completed their
arrangements. It was decided to dnvo 0 milt s
north on tho Beloit road, and have tho meeting
in Homo secluded Hpot. Both principals agreed,
and Col. Edwards' patty stalled oif to a hack at
half-past 3. tho understanding being fur
(horn to await tho oilier t avtv for half an hour
after arriving us far out us designated. If tho
cha'longed patty did not arrive on time it was to
bo regarded as an evidence of cowardice*.
Tho Filter part*; caught up with tbo other
party just us they wero baiting nt an estimated
dittonco from tlio city of live miles.
wbero tho halt was called was a shaded
valley, with a winding stivnm called Turtle
Ctoek running through it. Tlio seconds held
another consultation, and, tho site butting them,
tiny went hi solicit of a place sufli dunllv far
from tho Beloit road to bo safe from intru
sion. After an absence of live minutes they
wero successful in their search, and on their re
turn tho whoio party left tbo carriages. Tho
iiacltmon. who noro wondering what was in tho
wind, but bad not tbo cutorpriao to gratify their
curiosity, were told to wait in tbo neighborhood
for a low minutes, winch instructions they titled
to tho very loiter. Tho
that wont on tbo field wero : Col. John N. Ed
wards, the challenging principal; Col. H. B.
Branch, second 5 Dr. Montgomery, surgeon 5 Dr.
Mumford, of the Kansu City Time.*, friend :
Moj. Faster, principal: W, D. W, Barnard, scc
ond ; Dr. P. H. O’iletllr, surgeon ; and . tho rep
resentative of Tin: Tuiiiu.NL, friend.
Tho spot selected was a couple of hundred
yards to tho west of tho road, a beautifully
shaded valley in which horses ami caltlo wero
grazing. Tho seconds took up position near o
lice and commenced to
Tho principals woro a fow rods upart, Foster
reclining on a bank, coolly smoking a cigar,
F.dw&ids resting with his back against a tree,
and conversing with Dr. Mmnfoid, with whom
ho served iu the Confederate army. The
surgeons took their eases of instruments to tho
hiil-sido, whore they sat watching
TUB pniU’AUATIONH VO II THE ENCOUNTER.
Some time was occupied in tiio oxamiimtiou and
loading of tlio Pistols, and whilo the necessary
part ol thn wmk wan In progress the principals
each divested himself of Ins watch, aud other
articles which might turn off a bullet.
The next procedure was to meas
ure the ground. a matter which
was gone through with busitiess-liUo dispatch
and coolness. Twenty paces was the distance.
The positions wore north ami south, and were
marked by a short make dmon into the ground.
Branches ot tiocs wore cleared out of the way to
piovcut injury from fulls, and other details at
tended to winch might render things comforta
ble for tho parties Immediately interested. The
next important step was tlio toss-up for position
and tho call. Branch, Edwards' second, won
tho choice of position, and Barnard the
call. Tins fact was communicated to
the principals, who expressed themselves
satisfied with tho result. The principals
and seconds then walked up to the ground. Ed
wards asked Foster's opmlou as to position, but
the latter said ho had no choice. They both
RECEIVED THEIR WEAPONS
from tbo seconds, and Edwards chose the sonth
end of tho ground. Before the final arrange
ments wore completed, the friends were request
ed to relievo themselves of their pistols, a pre
caution against a goners! skimneh rh mid cither
party loci aggrieved, Dr. Mumlord was tho only
one who had a pistol on Ins person, aud
ho at onco placed it in Ids vaheo.
Tho conditions of tho fudit wcio
then read. Edwards requested Barnard to
articulato tbo words, " Are von ready ? one,
two, throe," in a distinct manner, bo &h to pro
vent unpleasant baste. Doth men at tins point
DISPLAYED MARVELOUS NERVE,
Foster smoking bU cigar in an unconcerned
way. Positions were then taken tin, the sec
onds shaking hands with their principals, uml
receiving iiißtructbns In case they bhoulJ fail.
At length all was raacly. Tbe seconds bad pis
tols In tbolr bands ready to revenge any infringe
ment of the code. There was an ominous
pause. At exactly 5 o’clock tho raou faced eacn
other and took mental aim ; then came tbo woids,
" Are you ready ?" iu clear, distinct tunes; "ouo,
two." Before the word three
TOE DUELISTS FIRED ALMOST SIMULTANEOUSLY.
Tbo surgeons anxiously looked each tu bis man,
expecting him to fall, but neither was wounded.
" A little high I" exclaimed Foster, as soon as bo
bad tired.- Edwards demanded another lire, in
an excited tone. His second asked it bo would
adbote to that resolution. "Vos,” ho replied ;
" it is Just as 1 told you before wo camn on tbo
field. 1 will go ou if it lakes a thousand tiros
aud with this bloodthirsty remark lie sat down
on tlio grass. Foster declined another fire. Ho
was the challenged party, and felt no bitterness
against Ins antagonist. Therefore, he was not
anxious for blood.
Ms iioxon had nrc* ritstatned
as tbo cliallcjiecJ party. Shuts bad boon ei*
changed, ami that was all that was necessary.
Uarnard weut to talk with Edwards, who was
hoard to nay : “I have admitted as much as 1
can do—bavs received no satisfaction to take
with roe." Attar tue Interchange of a few words
Edwards concluded to make the thing up.
Ho approached -Foster, who was coollv
awaiting tho Issue, pistol hr hand, and shook
bands. Thoro was mutual congratulation all
round, and it was interesting to sou tiro brotherly
love displayed by tho men who two minutes bo
fota bad faced 'each other with death in their
eyes.
TUB OENIAI, DOUnCOK
was produced, and tho agreeable termination to
tho affair toasted. At-horl time was spent on
tho grass in mutual explanation, and everything
was forgotten and forgiven. Tho patties then
returned to their hacks, ono shilling towards
11010 t, the other to Rockford, which places they
left hr the evening, but for what point the ro
porter failed to aseeitaln.
DETROIT'S STRAIT-JACKET.
Special IHtoalth to Tho Chtcaoo TVifttmr.
Detroit, Mich., Hept. 6.— The Sunday law was
put in force to-day, and its operations extended
to all business except necessity and chanty.
Tho exemptions are street-cars, ferries, news
papers, and tho sale of medicines at drug-stores.
Tho effect of shutting up several hundred
saloons has been most marked. The station
bouses are all empty of tenants to-night, not a
single arrest having been made m the last
twenty-four hours.
Tbe hot spoil has taken tbo starch out of poli
tics iu all tho Western Stares, except Ohio. Ad
Bam Cary would say, not even tartar emetic
oould atop the canvass there.
SHARPSHOOTING.
Annual Festival ol’ the Chicago
•Schuct/.tm-Vcroln.
A Croat Crowd and Much Enjoyment
at Turner Park,
Address by A* C. ilcsing on Uiu Merits
of Iho System.
Tho annual festival and prizo shooting of tho
Chicago KchueUeu-Ytroiu (.Sharpshooters' So
ciety; commenced yestetdav* morning, aud will
continue for three diys. lhe.-o shooting festi
vals aro Quito an event t:n,n;' Germans, and
they always manage tu make them a great suc
cess socially and pecunlanlv. Great prepara
tions have boon made during the last low days
tor the festival which commenced yesterday,
aud those who expected a grand turnout of
the German population to tako part
ia tho festivities wero not disap
pointed. Two trains left thoal’an llandlo
liailioad depot for Turner Park, near Thornton,
each one consisting of twenty.eight cars, each
car being crowded almost lu ■ aiTocßtiou. The
members of tho Schuotzen-Verein assembled at
bo siuck in the morning at Sharpshooters’ Hall,
corner of North (/lark and Illinois RUeets. nhtro
lOREtUN releo.vuo.vs wf.uji ulcuveo
and entertained. Full delegations were present
from Joliet, Aurora, Dubapio, liluumiugtou,
llluo Island, Munroo, Wis., and various other
places, Tho hall was beautifully decorated and
Icsloooed, and presented quite a fine appear
ance. Prominent among the mottooa on tbo
walls was one raiding as follows :
Whirl <Ju cruUn i'rauca fpurck,
Much o« win Ulo ti.L'i«u<:n.—
flct.noil Ismuudrn Ang-uMrX,
Uuil dor acbius wlrb mueu.
■ (If you nmild taru tho wouiui’a grace,
lio it llk<> the scooter*,—
Q ji.k, u.a uf Hie right moment,
AuU the *aut will not luij.
About 0 o'clock
a rnoccflsiox was former,
which marched from tho lull to the depot la tbo
following order:
First came throe policemen, who were fol
lowed by about a dozen young men clad in
red night-shirts, with berrotlas, or rod scull
capp, on their head.-c Theso men wore the
markers, whoae duty It was to Hit behind th»
hica.-lworkii in Iruntof tho targets all uav. an 1
|>um: out what shots \uru made. Xoxlcam<.:.»o>u;.
haii-a-dozcu duty urchimu-ar tying transparence s
giving comic representations of ton-pin flavin
These wojo followed bv Nunchko's gioul* Im
position Hand in bran now unilur.u, each mem
ber looking like & I’nitsiau othccr m ga.a drr bs.
Then tamo tbo bhiupehoolers’ Co-lets ooallv
dtebued in gray unilurm with green trimming,-)',
picsemtng with their small and bright gunn a
very tine m pearauco. After them c<*:no thn
buiirpshuolert l . also dad in gray with green
trimmings, and armed with their lino heavv
rillce. Tbo Hist train 101 l tho I’an-Ilaudlo
depot at It) o'dock, and tho train arrived at
Tumor Parker a little alter 11. A ptocessiou
was again formed mal marched into tbo park in
tho same order as befoto. Arrived nt tho snoot
ing-liutiho in tho coutro of tho lieautiful gioauds
iir. A. Jiocso, iTcsidout of the Cinc&go bliarp
siioolci s'.Society.’mounted the stops and made a
short but clopiont address,
WKi.coiii:;o tjii: Riioorniw
at tbo park, and hoping that tuoy would cujov
themselves during tho tuno of tho foatival. due
sharubhootorb then repaired to the shooting
stand m the rear of thj lull and cummoucod
preparations for the pr.ze-whooting. Tuocadets
erected a camp, and a portion of them were pott
ed nt variotiH points an sentries.
Those preferring other sport to shooting re
paired to ihu bowling alley, where thoy made
preparations for luo prize bowling, wbicu L»
almost (in much of a fcatuieof the foatival a* tho
piizo shooting. O thorn wont to tho numerous
beer-stands to consume lager, winch they pre
ferred to any other kind of sport. Tho ladies
dispersed ail through tho park, occupied the
tables and spread their lunches, which occupa
tion teemed to suit them beat. Tho numemua
chance or lottery stands scattered throughout the
park also received their share of pat.ouago.
Those that had omitted to bring along their
lunches had a chance to (satisfy their moor man
at *
THE FESTIVAL PANQtJET
which wag frivcn at 12 o'clock. 'd'ho band played
choice morccaus ol mimic ut short mturvaia. 'At
1 o'clock tho prize-shooting commenced, ami Ilia
shooters btHZua«>vay at tbo tnrgote for door
lifo. Ibo Cadets alas shot for prizes.
THE PRIZES
consist of various sums of money, from £2
to sjuU, which amounts aro neatly arr&uuoU
in tlio übnpo of btara, coais-of-mms.
and other fancuul devices in framed, and hung
u» in tbo mam hall for iusroctiou. At about 2
o'clock tlio second train arrived, bringing iu an
other immense crowd of shooters and pleasure-
Booliots. As boou as Ibcßo had bad a chance to
rest themselves and cat llicir dinners, a second
baupiet being given, the people assembled
mound the speakers aland to listeu to
THE ORATION OF THE PAT.
which, it was announced, would bo de
livered by Mr. A. C. Hesiug. Mr. A.
Boise, tbo President of the Society, ap
peared on tbs stand, and in n few appropriate
remarks introduced Mr. Hoeing, who was rap
turously applauded cud t Loured whouhomaao
bis bow. After oxpretv. bis sincere thanks
for the honor of being orator, and assur
iug them that be would ever
z APPRECIATE THE COSFIDF.SCE ANT» GOOD WILL
shown towards him, Mr. Hosing said that shoot
ing festivals, particularly in ibis country, wbero
the real value of such festivals was not yet
known, should never bo held without drawing
the attention of the English-speaking people
to tbo noble objects and tbo boueliciai
intlucnccs winch shooting festivals generally
exorcise over the yol developing American na
tionality. Tbo objects of sharp-shooting were
many-sided, and only the Germans and bwilzer
landers, who bad witnessed tlio Union shootings
in ati its glory, with its boueliciai results, were
ablo to appreciate their real value. While in
monarchical couutuea the shsipshootors’causo
was growing slowly, it was malting rapid prog
ress iu this country. What is carried on there
for amusement only becomes bfire
A DUTY OF EVERY GOOD CITIZEN.
The flhootors’ cause iu this country should re
ceive tlio support and encouragement of every
body. Every citizen iu tbiscouutry was made tbo
K actor of bis household, aud through tins
of ampsomeab ho not only becomes edi
cieut in the use of a defensive weapon, but hu
occasionally will tlud lime to rest from tbo work
aud chase after money, which is cat nod on to
excess in this country. The American national
character would become imbuod with popular
ideas of tbo now almost unknown virtue of joy
ful sociability ; and interchange of opimona be
tween citizens from various sections, so useful
m a free country like this, would take place, and
former BilTcrouces would bo adjusted. As the
principal ro(julßtltou of a good sharpshooter
lies iu a sharp eye and a strong physique,
sa will also tbo physical part of the human body
become exercised aud hardened, rihooiiug-soci
dies wore for tbo older men w bat the Turn Soci
eties nero for-the younger ones, which means
that while tlio latter institutions wero dedicated
to tbo development of bodily strength as nurse
ries for froo aud liberal views, tho former may
bo regarded an tho brotherly ties of free citizens
and patriots, matting them the uatuiai piUina of
tho llopublio. Every uuu was awaroof the ben
otloial influence eliarpshonting societies had
upon the tiwiss Confederation. In that small
but excellent Republic, tho shooting inlore.-d
was regarded by tuu people as one of tbo safest
aud most powerful foundations of Bwiss uuity,
liberty, and independence.
After spcalaug of the beneficial influences the
annual sharpshooters* reunion had upon tho
unity of Germany, bunging Into closer relation
tho people from tho various States, the sixuker
went on to show that tho Germans had succeed
ed in truisplsuttug the system of tumlug, which
was so useful to the developing youth, to this
couhlf7> and that it bad already taken deep root,
aud would sooucr or later become one of our
most honored and prized Institutions, Resides
the accomplishment and success of
THE ÜBUUAN BIMUINU SOCIETY
had awakened among tbo native Americans a
taste and ear for music, aud bad done much to
show them German sociability aud GemuAblub
kut iu tboit virgin purity. But none of the tier
msu institutions was more calculated to gam
respect for aud spread German manners and
customs, sud have them retaiu tho footuold al
ready obtained, than tho sharpshooting socie
ties. ’i bo American was a natural-norn shaip
■hooter. A gou was already placed beside him
in bis cradle, and iu later yearn it becomes his
second mttuio. Betides, tho American contains ull
tho icquieitcs for agood aharp-shootur, a sharp
eve. a strong arm, and particularly the iron
net vo sud cool and calculating cold-bloodedness,
which latter characteristic belongs to the most
brilliant accomplishments of the uativo Amcil
eau. which has already mads them kuovru all
over tlio world. Wlial they can accomplish as
slmp*hcot-Ms thry hvl ph-mn hrihivpjy at tho
prize shooting match which took place in Ireland
last month. Tims far. howsvcr, tin, Americans
hid merely an nvo fur tho target, andtuoimlu
enco of Urn Germans was necessary to have thorn
understand the full import of
tup civn.tztvi iNrr.rF.scE
of the German system of tdmrpahoulini:. Ho
doubt'd not that tbo moment was near »t
haiid when an American fhooting-fsalival himtl.tr
to liman hold in Hwitzerhnd am] Germany would
bo celebrated as a fraternal festival in this
country. 'A shooting-festival whoro those from
the North and the Houtb, tho native an 1 foreign
burn ftotn ail sections of tho world, all who call
themselves cilizoui of this great llo
public, would ait under tho stat-span
gb-d covered tent am! bring about
a mutual understanding of tho diftlcuitles which
have heretofore kept them apart, tu renew old
trim Iships and rotation tho principle of the
over indestructible union of tho Kielcslii tho
hearts of the jeop>, An American Union
nhootin;; fodivul after tho German-Swim*
pattern!
what a OLomotrs tnßt I
As in Switzerland. every c.unty in lbs thirty
ei<lit h:u*,tH of the Union should no represented.
1 hero wan no doubt tint such a reunion of tho
strongest end best elements from all parte of
tho country would do far more towards
RMrirUJ THE VAIS1 1 if■* PK'TW.vS
and nationalities in thin counttr than all tho He
coiiftiaction and Ku-Klui laws can do. In such
a reunion tho germ of a proper deicunvo system
would ho laid, winch ho Imped. however, v\oul 1
never bo needed, but should ho organized to
guard against all possible emergencies.
Me then commended tho Chicago hii&rp-hoct
ors for having organized a juvonilo corps of
cadets, which showed that the seed had (alien
on tho right ground, aud it would need but intis
ctUoil tu mlhuHa tho young (or tuanlv spurts.
Ikually, ho urged luu German -.Shooting-
Societies to show the native Atneticans the
pleasures as we.l us tho usolulncss of such
organizations by inviting them to their exercises
and festivals, and urjo them tu umuto tho good
example.
A ftorm cf apylanso hroko nnl whrn lledr,"
had ended, winch lasted for several minutes.
Alter thu oration tho cannon navi', the signal to
renew tho prize-shunting, and bowling i.nd tho
various other amusements were agam taken up.
Tho band continued to discourse excel
lent music all tho afternoon, and the
Kmgiug (Society produced several mlondid
songs and choruses, ilost of thuso present
left the park on tho train which started a littlo
after l> o'clock. A great many of tho sharp
shooters. however, remained oversight to renew
tho shooting early in tbo morning. Those wish
ing lo attend tho festival »to-day, can tuko tbu
regular train of tho I’an-l’andlo road at a o'clock
a. m., or the excursion train at 10 o'clock a. in.
VAIM.
I'anrral of llu- Ituliun Artis!.
Xr/.v \uiiK, Sept, 4.—Tho funeral eorvi-.vs over
tho remains of Pietro Vami, who committed sui
cido XuOHdav fat a clam-take), was hold yester
day afternoon at City Inland. Atnr.ti* those alio
vue present wi-ro inn liJiuu Con iu.*Uoueral in
*<ew i'ork. the Urec.au Cuueul, luo Indian Vice-
Cotibi!l. Signor Thro. Tcr.-fed >n; tho brother of
the Into Mayor JUvunejor. Ferdinando A. Mor
ns. painter; O. Turruit. sculptor; and Signor
I’oirsnti. ibo buffo singer. Tnern was consider
able delay occasioned- bv tno taking of two
photographs of tho remains and tho scone, to bo
sent to mo parcuN of tho deceased anirt. Af
ter uu address bv tho oiiiciatitig clcrgvimn,
Count Do Luca spoko in Italian. eulogizing
Vann'-life. Ho albino 1 to Vnini's h.iidicuaiid
hid works, and apoko of the clm.l that lat 1
gathered over his life. Count Do Luca Rd-i
that lie had been well acquainted with Vaint's
family. and there was no truth in the statement
that Vami had fought a duel with a nobleman,
and niter lulling him Blabbed himself. Vaii.i
had become involved in some trouble in Romo,
and bad attempted, unouccc safull.v, to end bis
life. Tho locket that had L'm-u i-;> d;cn of con
tains a picture of bid mother, panned by him
bolf. Count Do Luca has taken charge of
Vaiui'n prupcr.v. windi is variously estimated at
to « 20,c00.
THE CALIFORNIA ELECTION.
Sa.v Fbancwco. Cal., Sept. 4.— Further
clt-ction returns aro calculated to modify the
last repot t. Tbo Log slaturo in undoubted y
strongly Democratic, but too returns aro as yet
very meagre.
FINANCIAL*.
\ 1 COMMERCIAL PAPER, -NOTKS WfTIl COL
laKTftt*. tin niortc»B**, I'Msnl R-. 1 uld. ISAAC
UKI.E.NKUAUM A CO., in fian-a*.
i DVANCKS MADK OS I) IA .M U.S I»S ”Vv A TCII ItS,
J\ b.nil*, etc-, at I.AUNDKItS' jimMa umco, Lu
lUailutpli-tl., mar CUrlc. JUublUhod Kl.
/1 om.mi: uc i a l”papuu~a.nt> "sioTtTciAUf-is
\J bought an.l »olcJ. Lia-i* in Ho >l3 r.*al nitatc at S |i-r
c t-UGCNL C. LOMi A llltU., ti t±ai WmUldk-
MONKY TO 1.0A5*-sS'>,«o TO LOAN, IN SUMS
of iLSwci and uiiw.ir.li, at P j,®r com. on Iniidu t>ri>t>-
oriy. BARKER, BUELL 4 \VAll‘, Uovta 10. 71 Dear-
MONKY TO LOAN ON REAL KRTATK 3 0115
jean, at 8 pur coat. Small loam at luwctt race.
Went trnnn d-nionih paper. It. O. COLIC 4 CO., lit
Ocarborn-kt.
MONEY TO LOAN ON MFU'cIJANUISC, WAKIA
h,ni-e receipt*, ami other *®c»trhl-.-a, nt reiacmahlo
ratea, In autua In »uti. Afldtua* I* 15, 1 ribooc otSco.
Vi ONLY TO LOAN-ONSHOUTUU*LONG TIMI%
ill Id niiDt fo mill. Keeured ontrs bought and told. U.
A. LEVY. lail S<.uth Cbrin., Room U
MONEY TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS, WATCHES.
Planni. tungur machines, ami mlier collaterals. Pri
tat® Luau Odicu. 125 L'Jark-ai., Kckiui 2, up stairs.
only to lo \N 15Tau m's'gf VCi~u'f (ri uuio.v
Impruvod teal osiat«. CllAbK 4 ADAMS, 2J Bryan
black.
\\>ANTFD-FOU ONF YEAR, OR LONGER, #2.IKU;
it sccurlir: AualluTlll* irupn vod. clear, ami W«»t
Hide brick, whir largo margin; aubiect. U. T, WO UR 4
00., 12* l*.Sallo-at.
&&IWT TO* LOAN ON CllfnAGO, Oil CJIOICK
vol'U aubarban property. TURNER 4 BOND, lU2
Waihlactoo-n.
Cl nni) Oil *2,5,10 TO U)AN ON CHICAGO
VI.IHMJ property (improved preferred.) TUU.SKU
4 HONO, IC2 Wa.bmifton .t.
Q»J IWIh TO* LOAN. AT 9 PKli CENT ON UFA L
♦TO.UUU oaUto. UUYAN LATHKUP, W Dear
bo ru-a(.
(& ,1 (inn. 1111 tMO' TO LOAN On
O'li-.VMH/Tly.lo Park properly. TURNERX IJUND,
lu2 W aahluglontL
Vinri T,J LOAN ON GOOD IMPROVED
Ow-v) UL/ f'tilcAg'i real citato at S per cent Inter®*!;
alto ■iima of SI.WO ami !>2.uu) at luwcil current rate*.
bAMUKLOKiIK, IN D®arbora-*t.
Cf{ loVn oN itoKTOAGL, in whole
•pU.t/UU orlo part, oa abort Un», Addro** It VO,
Tribune office.
C; on - TUI ri”oit"s UMr“t n~s ui tTTn~ SL r m -To f
*3.we to <lo.uo\ to loan oa
iir«i|iery, at 8 and V per coau TUUNIiH 4 BOND. UJ
W aablagtoa-at •
cirm nhn to loan, at spur ck.vr and
VIWu.WUu 2M I’or cent rommi»Mon, In Minmuf
or more, cu bualaot* proiuirtjr. I*. O. TAYLOR,
let Drarliorii-u
nn /Win T( -» loan to good partifs on
iPiUW.wUU buiincu [irniurtr *lB per cenl. Ptlu
eU>al« ouly aniwer. Ad Jruu S 10, Tnbuno nitco.
BUSINESS CHANCES,
A TTKNTION—TO UAUBLRS-A lIAUBKU fiHOP
a\ Uulng a cood liuilucta, *l 2M SU(o »t , (onalo *err
chaap; am soiog Last. J. W. MIITH.
A *c6mPLHTK_COUNTRY NEWSPAPER ANU
JUi prln’lns office for *alo cheap. Will eichango foi
Clt/jeal AUdrvu 1121, Tribune often.
AKICKJ.Y KSTAHUhIIKh ItKVTAUUANT FUR
•ale. contli!in,c of onctiali tobacco and one-half
confectionary »und.*ttb a very highly a*tahh«bu(> uadu:
•nil tell cheap f.ircath, at 6M Btatu it., Chicago. 111.
Po'ai.'yar’d I'on's.VrirTnoisa a fikst*(;i,‘ass
V,' hu»luei»._ Avi'ty at iti'i I'ark-av.
D' 'auu bToia: fob" sa lk rXm: ai ion ~ and
bntinei* tinl-rUM. Iteaiom for acltlng ImporaUre.
Addrvta W lit, Tnbuue oibce.
HER KLS ’A 'U AII U AIN -H U U-S F AND COUSKU
jot, near IfaUtoJ-at., oo Wear Side, to t>o
(or aiocb of uruccl-a or an> oibcr aalabta anlclo.
THOMAS HUIIAYFKR, 74 Uanalp.-rt-aT.
OAUION AND FIX WHST MAOISOrT.
O at., foraala oboap foreaili; ownor waoUto roturn lo
Ftirnpo. Imiulro luinindlaicly.
MACHINERY.
AT HOOIIFSTBU MAGHINFRV MANUFAOTUR.
log Lomparty, Maml iu South Canal-it., Culoari. all
»Uca ui uugtuoa, boiler*, and »a# mill*, aaah. Jour, auU
t'llnJ macnlnery, planar aud matclten. aurfacora: n ir
plauor aud roaUhora can bo cliaoacd to aurfaeng wl ) out
»t >pi>lng tn® inachlu* by moving a Irvitr; angiiK'-laUu*.
d, ill*, trou ntaurra, atav®, hoadius aud ►tmiyUmachinri),
iraiher and rubhorboltiUK. aaw«, and niarlunm »u|<-
I'lie*. A lot ol toooud-haua macbmary of diroreat kin.«
al Rochokter Machluory Maaulatlunua' Comi’iiuj,-8 aud
4J hoath L'aaal-at., Ouicago.
AT KIRKWOOD 4 DUNKI.EK’H. Kl AM) 173
Lako-al., tuaciilut-ih'iii, (•■nadir, [ilauhru ruill. aaah
and doordaoiory o,*ulfim«ul». inachmUU’ m(n>!|e».
AT KIRKWOOD A DUNKLKK'.H. 11l AM)" 173
ali-ain < rgluu* aud builwra, aloam |>uiii|m,
Aibeatoo altatu packing aud iix-hus, augltit'ei.' aupulic,.
WASTKD-A HLIMND HAND ENGINE FROM 75
to lU) hone (■.>«<■ r. ln |iilf'> u( t'IIIGAIJO PACK
ING AND PltoVlNloX CO.. D 3 Monnu'.rl,
INSTRUCTION,
UK. TRKNOH, ORGANIST OP TRIM I Y
• llburth, la uo* read} to roceivu pupila mitbout
gao. piano, aud »olc®. Itcildoueo, IBS Induaa a>.
CIIUAT!O?rWANTF.I>-A YiMLSti tSKNTKKMAN,
Cviroleuorol (iarraaoaud French would hk» a putlilu'i
la i>uie aoUuul, aa ptufeaaur of tht*o language*. or a«
l»l«ata tutor 10 a good family. Toe tory tieiof talar*
em-n. QftD. Till.imeoß.cn
■ ~iiOAHD'WANTED. ~ ’
HARD-BY A bIMILK tJFN'II.KMAN. PI.K4SANT
room ulouul and br»t-c'*>» (able. AdJreai, Kattog
Urm». »ie..Z<J. 1 ntum ottn.u._
DIVORCES.
TAIVOIICKB—I.KOAI.I.V OUTAISKD, KOT FRAUD.
U ulently, lov alter d<-c>««. le« >«ara'praetleala
ua caurta of Chicago. Addia»« l’oat.Oaea Boa nut.
CITY HEAL ESTATE.
L'oit hale i.-.nivprov i:d 'reaidbncb prop
r arty a* gf'Sl bargain If Liken at on^-e.
On Mirhii.an-Sf., near riiiri/-nr.l.it.,fO, *5, or 125*
> fee»; want »(Tff; nrit* In mid.
I’faiti'-ar., near Tblrlf-iac«nJ-»t., ICB feet, eait front,
s•> >• i if taken at once.
In lii'ia-ar., nxia of Thirtieth-*!., 93, 34, CO, nr 95
fo i. *ery rhuip.
in-i ana-ar.. corner Forty-nlalh-»t., 48H fast; aery
e!.' a;,, aant offer,
lodtanv-at., c-irner Fiftieth-*!., IW feet, 3(9.00 per foot.
M>p ].utn-a*.. euiaar 1 in; Mromb it., SOU fsat. <4J.M
P*r l --.t.
l/»»a i»., between Thirty.Hfth and Thlrt/>**renth-lta. j
nn rlnap: »ant off..*
i.,/">*' I r *, k,n< ,f, «e*itnent« will find It to their adranl
a..*’ 1 , •’i"*I’«k»t 1 ’«k»t »p«pial bargain* wo are
,r r,, *. f ; *oajr» ooi». Nichols, rraoo *
l_4o (E-arb ,m U.
port AND LOTS-ELKOANT 00-
1 ...i marble mantel*, hot
?•*.*, V..J"•«. aitdall m«t'|.*rncon»eoloncea,
m.ii iw.l -'V. *»**• Inta)uin*t deep: beau
,rntl *< r '• <u» <• f.t tm room!
‘ ’ T ‘‘ fl c A * '-oir* Improve
!n. II ~r ‘ ne ? ar'*'!* 10 nine. h<mi of
till'll! wilt (■* reti'.-d piflf* tinni: ~c f).f«.n n r.„,
h. S. HA V Kr», ,Nc, 7 Metropolitan I'l-.ck, be La-aIH *tl
pur; sALB-oit kknt-i havk“tw./ URST.
I cla»* ti >•.!*'■* with ad modern Improvement*, on 5..-j.h
Hid", near ttr -et-car* atid cmmlivwi. in elmlco
Iml, fr>rcal"on ni.uiMy pijriisnl* er o;t,"twite 11 »-i,t
purchaser. r.r rent. Aho rn» ->n We»t Mdo. Inctnlro
at Cf .St-iu-*:. ,'iJII.V i_OVKI;r.
fioß HAiJr.-AT"VsAciiiriV'K tiikNoinh'kast
corner uf Th" ;1i and De*iilalii<t> »l>, tCilj: feat, will
I)" •••Id lory Jlow f<.r Ain, the n rtheait corner of
Michlxtnar. a-d Ttiirry-tepond.at., OilMfeat. SAM
UKI, i.KIIIt, .S'l.llt .!.
fj'Oß HAI.K- OR FXCHANr.K- CMOICIC UKSt.
(.' donee on Akeat hide; aliOou North bida. UWNEIL
ttßUertl.
F’ORSA EH—nit OIVK A WAV ON easy terms-
I'enluUlu Blocks. Hei;. 7. "Xi, H, on Weil Indiana*
)!., rorcer I, •«*i11; b'»r*e-car* p»«t tli-ni; mutt E" cl.;v-d
nit (or non-reiident. b/J.M. MARSHALL, real mate
I■ r .kef, 97 Cltrk tt.
pllli S\LK*S*ACRHS CORNKR CAI.IFORNtA-AY.
J 1 and I aylcjr rt. Tula 1* A I pmoerti and «»e would
like to have an offer, COLE, NKWULL A AtOSJIKH.
Isa Weal Ala lla'.n-tt.
SUBURBAN REAL ESTATE.
fpOR HAI.K-OP. KNCHANOE-KLHOANT SUIL
1' urbati re*M“:n:e lo one o{ the tlnast luburb* on th»
r; >r«L ■*u W; t-at ahirjilm lake. new. largo brick,
irt.eia aoctsi and e»it, bfitd piarrt, couaerratory. t>eaii-
E. ilgr -r,ln r-.n-ur M»ljun, ea<y dlitanoo (r-.ns
tiie utr; r it * -.. uj; innit be eold at once; want tm
iir- lui- fl-r.
a-irruiiii lin,-« e».-i be *«.es at oar "thee; aale l« urgent:
IMsrt'.rn Uke ’ ,u iIHAUO A CO., Ud
I ti K.int down tied <5 ft rr.iatb until
l’«l*: "ti* Id >' < fr-m depnl. Kfip-rtyshownfrea. Obaap
pfvttfty in *;.-i/kot. Aim, Ci.ftti'oa l.iiiat same terms
»oi priest. lit A It Hi »\VN. U* |.i>allo-tt., Room 4.
l.'Olt KAI.K-CO in N«V."ll UtAMIIKR OK GOAL
L fit m.oh »u.(« »ad lots on oasy payment*. In
tti>» hivvtf’il i,f Margin I’ttrk. School facilities
t»r» only lu cents.
OKU. K. CLARK!., Aif'nt
hai.k-ai’ inssnu.K - hupskh wini
I lft's« 1 .{•, (ruin yt.Uai to .JJd.i vC. L>'lft« l;»w ft* tbo
low* v. *nd t-niii to suit. O. J. .VIoUGH. 110 Dearborn
t>!.. In iIVI ,t.
COUNTRY RKAIi ESTATE. ~
RM.K 'T'.nI.?K FARM m nj'.KAT R,M-..
X] it.ua. s.in-l "Sin >S i:iv».«ku t-.mifj, 111., 4 iu.D. Ircm
ltt:.ne‘-sgo '• i!. i- ,i. n .W. 11. 1{ , lntr.il n frun
J.i« kiatu; 1.5 lita.re’, m.-Uy Mvui c .ill i-atlon.
M acres limb, . ; r'f-.r; »,t t,ev -r.f• il.n; <>s!.. r nil.-
t.tn« uif. uc i 1 ; t r,.! fr.unu h,n-e. II rooms; a!n,,
f" 1 ’d *..';•*• ar! i.a*. •' iMi tjli. i-tii* it U.i; iiUb"»t improved
larm In Aon'i'Ta IJliao s, '1 nU une pruuon » will bo add
rats; 1 «ti-l ' a In .i: iin •. il.i-i i.m |ii;:u''il • tilr r
H'Ur. 1. lor ptrucuUn innuuo o( C. 11. APATt OllD.
liac.l. r.i. 111.
T.’ORSM.K AfTa.MIC UMi Ml CATi.H IIV
i.’ C< unty, Tuir.*. saru-jod j n o §oc
tua«. IT.ti -in u.y pi-io Isadiif ilr> 1,-.-. 1 vialii), ai; l
f p, fr-itn-in iticr wm. Soni" (urti.lnj Uml« an,l
cic.'ll -a; ft-.Ck raairi; him »nd ri"»lUir, an 1 c ■;ve«i-»rti
la Ilk'.»;»I 1 1 r"),*11 •I-r s l.fM:;; pr:co, T.’iO to J!,
A 'Sir. *t J. I’Oli'li'. K.Vf, Hv. a,:UUIi?M-ft*.. ht.Louu.
.Mo.
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
\ir.\Mi;i>-To mj v a misivKss nj.ocic
II wr rlli fr.rn d.V'.M, t<« fTC.ird; Mil pay .j;*.'itj
anltialai.i” in lirti-cUta jnop.Tir. O. J. nl'OUOli,
Ilu l>Okrt»,rn-»i., I'H-eiu- ur.
TO RENT-HOUSES.
'DO KICNT - HOP.Sr.S - INDIANA-AV., to
I room*, Iramo. ; r». Kio \V»liM|.ar., H moms, Itanju.
4’fl, tc.i Hiihl.inl-it., 0 lie,ms. if la. llrick Hats. West
>l.lifl'.suJ upwaidi. Lkrca Jolts on Clark ami Bonus
IVfttat-a:t. U. F. WORK DM,,
_ Hi l.aSalle-st.
f 'rb iil.vt—uiTm it a iii.K Dwl : r.i,ixb IN UAVI.NsI
J wojd; Jjr. par tnuath. UOlliHlT UJUiIiU, 251 3I«dl-
f ru Ti;::;t-A hdu.sk or iu roum.n uktwlkn
i. Mftdivni and Mono * »•«., partly fnrnlsbod If desired.
Apply on pren.l.e.'i beatn-ti'.
rim r.l .N l “cilF.Al‘ 'lb' XjIXRARI.K TKNANTS-
X New brick h<iu.e« on Wirt Monn>e-st.. near I^antt;
iivftip.n trout*, lu r.jiu«, with modsm liaproruciuau.
Apply to WKM A CO.. Vi Kan Madl-mi-st.
rpu KK.NT-CHHAI* TM A GOOD TKNANT—RIUCK
X houbc, nrailr tu-w, roiacoii Iront, lu moms, bath
rofitr. bm and e,.1il water, furnace, ann gas-hsiurrs. At>-
ply at tur pnmi'i i. V'.M W«tt Muoruu-si., hetwvau West
ern and Canipbrll-aTa.
fpO UIINT-FURNIMIKD. IS WUOt.Ko'n IN PART.
I H-foorn hoa.e. fi.mth Mda. L. T. hUMWALT, lUtoai
6 Republic Life ISn idlua.
TO RENT--ROOMS.
rpo I’.KNT-SUIiKS OFItUOMsFOII IIOUSKKEKP.
I in*; In Mrnl'l tl|n—lr. In-nlra of Janitor, LT7 Van
lIQJ*D *I.. JL-o:n I, Of lio IlflUM.,
M'o'lti:Nr-«
J. tfi' i*t ni'-n'h. on Marti* HaUtrJ; »Uo
("cond liL-or at W I'Vn .M»di*-,n *l.,iulUljl« tor a tslji.r.
or Urn* tnanulaeturlus tti'inxi. Uall at SK\V*
1.1. LA MoMiKu'.S, 1M West Mulivon-il.
rpo HKNf -ll.\Mi>UMi:i.Y VTU.VISIiI'D FUCKS?
1 roo’in: bo«i lix'ition la the city and loneal rvala. 161
South t'UrL-ii., Loom 11.
rpo kT:N I —IM.I.ASANT l)M L*KNISUi : :i) BOOMS;
A bM and c .lJ wator and other eomenlcncta. \V«.
La»li-av.
TO RENT—STORCS. OFFICES. &o.'
Stores.
HtO RENT-STORES 11-7 AND CLARK-ST.
i. Otic.’', and sltcplng-rs.'in* is Kentucky anil siwed
liloeke, dwelling* ami up»falra o»er Flop**: alto atoro
elioapnn Milwaukee. Ily J. M. MARSHALL, Hoiuo-
Renting Hmker. P.~ l.'Urk-«t.
HOUSES AND CARRIAGES.
* UCTION SALES (if'iIORSKS. CARRIAGES,
i V amt name*. evcrr Tueidtj, Tliurnlar, and Saturday,
rummcorm* at In a. in., it WKMuN h C<».'S Auction
Unutui. Ni.», l.tiaiul Ifs lan Wa*bington-»U M..ck on
hand at prttat • ute. Ample tituo givou to teat all lutnea
■'iiU under a warrantee
AT ALVTION-MAISTI.V.S BAZAAR, NOS. BJ7
and !L*l* Sta'e-Jl. Regular auction aale Wednotday
morning. ilouen. carrlagei, buggisa. baruoti, etc.
fault HAi.u-t - . i;u>ju 'work. driving, ex.
JL prea*. and draft hur»at. cheap; muat bo sold; alao
butcher-wagon. Cs W«t Monroo at.
N" Ol U'tTwi- > 'IT.IfNT.vnE US ALLS—NOS. 1 3,6, T,
and It Moorim-*!.. cornnr .Michlgtn-ue. Regular tue
tlon a.ilca i>( bolter, tpinelcaul all o«srTl|>tlon«, harm if.
bltnki-U, eir., e»ery T iealay and Friday. Tna ua.loN
aignod aaturca tee public that tbi* bukiueaa "ill he con*
dueled upon the aatnn honorabl-j principle* that cetera
alt other branciiry nl lx. ainoa*. ha near proximity to the
great Exp.milr a Ruiluing* making It very cunTvuieut (or
abltlnr itrangen. will naturally be adtaniagt oui (ur the
dupoial n( carry article in the hone an t carrtiga hau.
Tnuiu detiron* o( purclja»lng or telling will hud It to
their adTaatako to call boiuro concluding arrangctLUQia
olaowbera.
E. D. HAILEY, Auctioneer.
\VA.vri-.n-i:sE of son n ifk n'ifsaf e~i i giis k
• i aud top buggy (it one month fur keeping and 96 a
Wi AiMioxi IIaYWAUI), -U lAke-al.
xxr.\NTKi> -a 'fkw hTirs'i-.s Vvorfh from
i? t<o i J caaU, at No. 11l Franklln-tu
TO EXCHANGE.
TO KXCHANOK-AT GREAT II AHOAINS-SrVKU
aI kUnu and dwelling* on Arch«c*»v., near Twenty.
tt.lrd-at., all new, well luiill of brl>-k, wli.’i •:.>uo trim,
mini*, aud (uroubi’d whh mmleni e-in*enluncy», ga*.
water, and »owor. Will ..•!! logetheror *ip«r«lidy, aud
can give aplendld trad** «( from iI3.AU to tfoO.AU; will
lake in csctiange gwid tarm* ur dviirablo country teal
donee*, In llllu di or adjoining Mah-a, clear of Incum
brance. Call Monday, KIKK U. NF.WhLL, H Waalt
iugtou'it.. Room 13.
rPO KXCIIANfiE—GiII)I> HHIOK UOUSR UN DOW.
I en-iT., near itontoiard*; tiruvicur* and aiaain-cait:
g*», water, and Fewer. Will take mull (arm* «r good
country rcodcucea In till* or adjoining State*, clear of
lm iiinbrai.ee. I’ar.b-* in aetrrli •>( will Jo well to
in«e»tlgatu thla trade. KiKK. 11. Mi WELL, M NVaib
iiigtou-at., Jlnom Id.
rpo ixciiam.i: - cn'incmmiikukd real kk.
J I*looll IlliDiiut. f‘t acre properly. Apply to W.
BUTI.I.H. 11(1 D.-arl-oru .1., Uotuuß.
fro exchange hi AriiLs'Visp, i'aumi’no
X laud iu Douglai County, Neb., near Omaha, (or tint*
tliH (urnii-ir? aii.t carpel*. auiubla for furnlihing a
homo. AdJrma I'.-O. Hot ltd. Omaha, Neb.
MISCELLANEOUS.
4 LL HF.ND I’O.ST.M, CARD GIVING NAMES OP
J\ iianii-s owing you. eaiH-ctally thute employed on ia|.
ary. Hl’EAlt .1 i\>,, 141 La.ialle.il., Room So, purchase
or collect. Cut ihlemjl.
4 LI. GOOD CAST-OFF CLOTHING BOUGHT AT
A trio blgnc*. juice by .JONAS A. DUKLS.MA, S/7
h.iulh l iar* at. Nuike by mail promptly attended to.
“a LLCASHFAID~FOROAST-OFF CLO THING AND
J\ niiavelUne-iua euoda of any klodby aeadlag a latter
to JUNa.S ur.LDKR. Lisbtale-at.
IJEDBUGS AN D~GOCKRO ACHES COMPLETELY
i l etu-ruilnalod by contract (warranted!, <>r article auld
with full unuucibioa. ARTHUR OAKLEY, tnJ SUto-aC
IF VOU'UEHIUEHOUND LUNGS. UEALTHT’aNU
1 comfort, wear a Graduated Cueat and Lung I’mteci >r.
Hold eturywhrre. l!y mall, tLlni. 1.1 VAC A. SINGER,
manufacturer, UM Broadway. New York.
\\fANTED—AT ONUB-A SECOND-CLASS TICKET
Jl l u» bau Frauclaco. Addro* U '±i, Titbuns oihco.
CHI TO Ijif I‘KTritAY'CAN iIK MADK UV M-hL
I ‘ * lag our Lightning C.<p>lag-K x>k ami Ink. Neither
pica., waur, orbma'i ruumred. Hoad 4J for „u t.i *u l
*oear« territory. Call or adJreaa DKXTKII MA.HUFAC*
TtlitlNU CO.. 917 Olmvau. hi. Loun.
AG CN TSWAN TEDj
AOKNTB WANTED—THK ('KNTI HY OF INDK.
Duudcnce. Book ageut* In cl»v< r. line re|Hirit Itliy
a<.ld In ball a day. Another arcrag-* Im n'y jut day.
Apply lor (erma and tenllur> bo,«re it la 100 late. J. it,
iuiSSKY 4 CO,, lurtlauap.il*. _ .
* OKNTS WANTKD-I.tDIKS'AND GICNtI.KMKN
A can make (nun s4 l <it |-«r day wiling ;; ur new houae
li< ld aniclo; lion; and pr-ZiiiM i. I all at I.K \Soal
Waahiugum-at. Vartie*out <b* >•>«> x-nd tuf clroulare.
household goods.
irUItMTUUi: t'F MX
I’ harr-clotn. dim ig-r.'m. and kilebrn uteqalU, and
room, tu >.nt L-m-p. Mart bo t-dd. »-3 Uurlhui aU,
Butu.-rm.i- o.iii.
MUSICAL.
IfTyOU WANT TO BENT A FIANO QO TO PKOBS-
WANTED—MALE HELS’.
Bnokhroiicra. ClorJrn.
\UANTFI>-\ FIRST-CLASS CLOTHINB tUJ.FS.
Wal aiilW *C‘|Ulro«l. Inquire at fct toil
TrniiQi.
WANTED-Ro OAMPK.NTKU.S. APPLY AT HMI
rolling-mill at .South Chicago. WKLLH, FRENCH
W ANTKD-10 CARPENTERS, HTKADY WORK.
J » and proir.pt par. to um-ela** moo. Apply at ui
KUwle-al., corner Aihland-av., at 8 o’clock ftfondai
mirnifltf.
\VTA NT K D—S I, AT R HOOFERS RY TIIK DAY OB
>V contract. Addrei* J. L. AA, HULL, 4UO Ollrnt.,
lit. J/OUll, J|o,
WTANTIJD - IMMBDIATKLY ~ A riHHT-CLASfI
it cika liakir, at IciJTwenly-ipeond^t.
WAN TKII _ PllOTOtfltAPflTa PRINTBH BY
OK.STII.Ks Dona hulflriUcUi. wnrkmen nMd ap
ply, ntunioi coraar of Stale and WaibiagUm ata.
Emnlorment Aconoloa.
TT-ANIKD r "rtl RAIUIOAD LARORRUH FOR
IT thn Rock laland lUllroad In lowat *nei, 51.71
Per day; f/no laro: Ik) li.r ararel train la Illlooi*; 10 farm
handt, ote, H. k. CIIUIHTIAN, HI South Wator-aU.
U-.uml.
WANTED— 2CO LAiU;KKIUt FOR 0.. K, I. AP. H.
It. In lowa, $1.71) nor day; 100 on repair*. $ I.M pof
day; V) qnarrymen: all freo faro. At 23 Won llandnlpb
at. C. W. HNhl.I. A CO.
WANKKD-aw RAILROAD LARORRRkT*i.7BPRR
day. fyj for faroti. <lB per month, board. :w for aa«
m.l*. i j) p»r mom ti and bnards work all (all and winter.
Water at.. B. O. llAMilir.
WAMF-D-aS I.AUORKIW, WORK IN Tilß CITY;
SO (ny railroad*, go to dar, free (are, $1.75 per day;
Water.V* 1 "' pOT A * ANOKI.L. 2M Bouth
\\’ A NT ED-UA!t.nOAD MEN, FARM HANDS,*
* if»i?t'S?VJ u ? Tr f. rana i taw-tnlll hand*. Fre# 'ate.
ANDREW O’. IH.ST.aOo.. 17 North OUrk-at.
W. . MUcollunoona-
N i.ocaL AND BTATK, FOR
...»i.. 1 .,-.. Soap, pnt op In bottlct aos
? ni * b»*t «oap made; ready aalearery
" III!re. r oil lln > ■ ! K\:nt>li;t In n<nrnt, will, tnrma Bin
(uf SI. . CtnUm, tJ. *
\V ANTHI J COAL MI.if.UA AT* MIVONK, ILL.
r • t ' l * ria '"'' li . ,!ll, riiUni Btrlka ortrooblt
o( any Kind. Imfilro at l.n lehalla-it.
\\' A , NT ,L : , t, “, t ’ v -V Aa 'J hlls . finirv a.ve
I.’ . c .° \ J t,J * <,u o L'. r hitt-k .11 ra-.n-.f. n'Mlm. nor-
Wb o ’!?. 4 - A ,ir » nl '’*' *• lfl> ~ u '* to make money.
Wf, hare the and rar.*r c>initi|eio a r., c k o( (aa.
j’l.lnrart.elcainAniorlca. Call amfi i*mi«t« or aond
(or caiali aue. Driier* and general aernu i.rnmiilr autv
C. M. LIMNoroN. HI mate-*". Cute ago.
\V ANTF.D^MKjTTtr\V*Hik* ON“Ii6vV.UNXTKNI
II I'ii’k on hoz Rlter, tM«r.')a*lu, at llerlln White
Rlror, Princeton. Brand Rlter, Breen I.aka bounty,
Mlscumm; wage* «l.2>t>er day. Apply to Hh (i.rui-na
on the works «r to HENRY MARTIN A loVffl
kußat-. Clilrigcj. HA KKklt A HON, contractu a.
»l for trial lo either acs Msnin* a permamnt l,u*in<-\*
• hat will j>*y f.U a week on small capital; mcln*,?’.
torrlt-'fr ffircn: pr.ihu ICO p»r rjnt: Mnuu hut g.--ni-«d
ftncl roUalmt nei-il ftpiilv. Andress wub stamp, UAV4
L<>., LlnciKo. fl I*.*>alle-st.
U' AN I KI) -TWO f.N.NOW
traieiUog to » jII uur good* *ni.)DK drusKitU; lib
eral eommi>slj.-i. ;si lllvor *t., Chicago.
\\r ANTF.D—AN KXPKIUFMJKDMALF.SMAN TO
tnujicftl i'»»iriituent«oacoinmiMloa.
Addrm MUUIIJ DI.AI.KK, '1 ribuna office.
\\f AMTKD—iI GOOD UKoDiIUVS AT THU
• f toiootllouie.
\V AM KD-A.V *KNI J!(rf;nC MAN TO TAKR
II rbatyriof a manufacturing bnslac.ii: a deposit ru
fp'ired. Also, a partner. ImcsilgaUun solicited- Apply
ut In'i .South Olara-it , Room 3.
WAN Ti, D— i'E M ALi si HELP,
Domostirn,
\I”ANTF.D-A COMI’I'.TI'NT fIIRI, FOR OfNKR \L
*l rr itr in a iiiioJl lainily, toxjd wags.. Geni;«a,
.'Oft.i- -.an, or AWL-du prefunod. Apply at dl LaSallj-.u,
Ko.ui 1.
\A' AN rKIt-A*M lANIMNA Vf AN NKaT AND
•* ■.mui..:;. top. V. «nil (run fur n family In iba
si liurli*. A i ,il> ‘I -j' .n.ij uoit »l No. 1129 l>rairlo-ar.,La
l VOrTt ft*l 1 l.u'dMlis, IU.
u-Arm-D-ic.c.ndrv cnti,. pantuv onfu
’ ’ fta 1 p-.’r) <-1 w. Cio.mypollift;i llolul and KvsUu
i.ui!. P.i M.di-.ia
U’AMT.IJ-A \"'-)USWi:DI.STI OIUL FOR
goaorsl huunwork, -ii Wabash -a?.
aVaNI-HU-I-HSII I.IKU IS A li
II A'lams-.t. Callouly.
h i ,> T A ". (in '-l‘ TO~\V \M! - ~l)i .i|KS - *AN"D
II he pla ibo ki-c.i.a; shout Uur U yoftta old. Apply
for two da}» a; Mil ,uai...»t, vv
U'ANn-.n-snMr. FnisTbM.AS'i'biNiSVi.uooAt
g.rla tm«u<idj.«C.*ly, at Wr. id s lluul. lid and lidFUUt.
•r. KM)CH \\ OUD, jtrrprliltir.
\\rANTKI)-A GOOD PASTRY UOOJC AT MAHSA*
11 mu iuiusa.
SoaTTurrosanft.
\rAxrnn-rmsT-i la>s urcuators onsino.
II craiuscuiau untiaosnup coat* at Sli West Chi
csso-ar.
\\r ANTKII—A fITw firstmiiTass iiowmakTois
II to laku work Itnma. Nona bntsh- b«*at hand* a?od
apply st t'i ll<j»:oii-.',»., forrmitty caln-d i'livc-ulace, bo
tween \*< it .lackmn and IV>*t Van Hurcn »:».
Jiurvii-
W^ANTI-D— A SMALL, NURSK OIIIL AT 23 GUR*
II by at.
HoUKOltO^Tinru.
W’ANTRD-AS H'UT.ti KKKPICR. A MIDPLF*
II a«id u-jinaa. compsian’ to osorsoo tbs cooking
and taka ebarro i.t a bo.. »,•. Must bare good rofuroucci.
Aduroaa XJ.i'ilbuDe otbcs.
EmT»loA*taont Aconrio*.
V\r ANTFD GIvUMA.V AND SCANDINAVIAN
• » ctrls fir prtraia fanitlle*, b'foti, tana Ir.ej. city and
country, at Airs. DUBKK’S oltoe, »j illlwaukiway.
SITUATIONS WANTED—MALE.
ijookkonpors. Clerks. 4co.
SITUATION WANTKD-BY A YOU.NfJ MAN 1J
J»**rJ of ago a* nss«UD> bookkci a [H*r or uffica clerk ;
i).n nyl •'im* eir rnenco. Hood rufurencoi. Adiireu
uIJMj AIA.S, 1 nl>uuu officu.
CrrUATIO.V WANJitn'-UV A VOUMi 4IA.V Art
O biMikkpciior; toiiio wnolotule butluoit jircfom*); has
4 jeon' eiicneacoaai! bo«tof references from late cw
jil-jor. paltry not •■mined of aa object at a good stlua
tl'in. Addies- .1 IK, 1 rlbnna ofree.
‘ jfTirA.r—"' -
SITUATION WAKTKh'- liV A YOU.VU MAN;
O would taka a jin In Kti-miiion In anr video of troi»;
will gWe tho l*m of rotsronco and Mouritjr. Addrau U
■ I‘, liituuo oCico.
Trades,
cituation wanted-ur a goodtah.ou wno
p wa* practicin'; the cuttldg In the beat tailor ea'ab
lithium U looking for employment. Aridrcia W ad.
Tribune othre.
crniATioN wanted- uy a gardener. tin
p will do general work about iho house, r.rattend to
rutl’l"mi(vir.U ** ot ,u Louth De*pfalua*-*t. U.
SITUATION WANTED—IIV
O coati ir-cuitor. of steady babha. (i<x>d reference
Ki«t»u. Addrot. R IIC. Lock Boa lln. DoWut. la.
MiaooUaiiPous.
QITUATION WA NTIID -UY A TOUNO MAN
O iScntch) aa a tmt-claaa waller In a prtratu botuc or
hotel; ur.t at raid U) work; or would travel: Uio beat nl ref
erence. AdJrutt, (or (our daya, II U, Tribune office.
SITUATIONS WA N TED -- FE MALE
Domoxtloa.
SITUATION WANTED-BY AN AMERICAN GIRL,
from tbo Ea»t, tu do tecuml-work ur general butuo
work lu a small family; city preferred, Addteaa Mind
MULVEY, at Mlcblcan-AT.
Emnlorment Arrant*.
tJITUATIONH AY ANTED—LADIES IN WANT OP
O iirat'daaa female help ran be kuitml on cbtirl nullco
by applying to Mra. H. LaI’KISK, 691 Weal Madiaonat.
SI TUAT I UNS~ W A NTKU—i'AMILIKS IN WANT t)F
g»d Rcandlnailau and Oormau holt, can bo supplied
at Mra. DUSKE’S office, M Mliwuukee-ay.
QITUATIONS WA^VtKI)-ANYONE. wfsHi.No'rori
O ieiuale bolpnf any nationality by tbo order aupplicd,
apply at lit Ea»t Vanlluren-»l_. _
SmiAmiss wanted —la oiks dmsiui.no
iirsUolaia leraalu tirlind auy ualtcnallir. (ur ciu ur
country, can l« auhei at uuce. by calling oa Mra.
IUKER. tlu Wabatii-av.
Mitiecllanoom.
SITUATION WANTED-RY A YOUSO LADY AS
eopyltt ort&letlady. Apply at aidSlato-*!., Clilcago.
SITUATION NVANIED-A HOME IN A NICF. FAIL
O lly (or an American girl uf 11 autnmenr. to >v. rk for
her board and gu In aobuul at tha King School, corner
Weth-m-a*. and Tlartlmn »t. Call at b-MAVett Harn^n.
LOST AND FOUND.
A MILK COW TAKEN UP. OWNEU CAN IIAVB
/V her by proring property mil paying charge*. no.
Hid Arnold-*!.
I OST-TIIIIUS'daY, SKIMEMHEII i. IN THK VI-
Xi ctultj of the C. U. 4 U. Onmdd-rpm. Huto. Wash
•lngtou. and DuCr burn-ait., * toll of money la atnuuot
about ctIMJ one hundred Mi l *-Uhfy-il* rtnUan*. The
duller will P« amiably i-wanleJ by 0.-uummloailo* wild
II AMIl.i uN, UUWIf A CO., corner Stale mJ Wui.
inglon-ala. __
T OST-LABT WKITk A NOTH OK UIIAiILKfIIIIOU
li llngmorUt. dated Aug :•., ?! dare, order uf J, F. Hoi-
Itngaworth fur Sl.tui. 1 lu< nuder w(U bo aaitably reward*
ad by returning mm t» Ibti
tTost-a RED DEVON MiLUll OOW, muss HUT)
IJ ton* on borui; HHmiatli-n m 1 can eel her will bo
aultably rewarded. TlluilAb I'AURBII, 43d Weal Wash
ington at. _____________
L'TIUYKD-l ui) MAULS, U) YEARS OLD, ONE
bay with «mio areund hind ho«,ft and while afar on
lurein a,l, cheat barn (nmi lillaterlug, rathur ainall aUei
the oliirriiTrel. with white fao« and white bind leg*,
about tbi' aaiue tiro at tuo other cue. Any oue retaining
Ihn itm j to A.SUCUSON’B atore at Lake ForoU will be
rewarded.
£.r KK UD—STRAYED OH STOLUN-BLAUIC’.
JTUJ aud-tau dog, baa on Gentian illiur collar with
nog lock, *n*wor»U» Billy; abut* reward paid 1( re
turned lo IIU south Uteeu-at, _____
A.l/ 1' RKWAUD-LOaT, IS CONTINENTAL HO-
Jj'.iW tel. Philadelphia, Aug. T, a email black,
gi.'tit-«lgud inemurauduiu book, value t<> owner only;
Mill nndar pleat* raturu by •antt-ee. O. O. D., to B.M.
WALKER. STAlarkut-at.,
UBWAHD-LOHT-ljN buUTU bIDK. NOKTH
of Adawa.pocketbiMil, with papura of uo value but
louwucr, and a auiall auioonl of money. The ab.ire re
ward wIU be paid It relurnol with contuata, couipteie, to
Mr*, a. J. KKAbV,
i-CD KKWAHD WILL IIK GIVEN AND NO CUI'IS
<P»JU (lona aaked fur tbo return of the watch and chain
taken from Ho rn 34 HI. Chariot Hotel, on the night o(
the Id laat. Addrcaa M t»t, Tribune olheoj
SEWING MACHINES.
POH HALK-THUKi: late Tmpuo'vkd. family
Hiutui'a. two tncdinma; one \\il»ou, ono Wood, Uitj*
Wbeelor 4 WiUou'a, oue new L)eiue»Uc. and twaGruoi
4 Bakoi'e. at lu>a than hall price, i'rliatu Loan Uthce,
UoiuaS, li4CUrk.>t..»p-*uin. _ _
CIINGKU DHTOK oi AV J.‘ MKOUICUT, SuTwEbT
O Sladnoti .t.-.Macblaet told ou uiunthly paywcuta,
rented, ambangml. and ietutrcd.
FOR SALE.
TNOU SALK-TWO NEW FIBSTa LAHS OFFICE-
X' deakt, cheap. Call at Itoom I, liik DcaiU»rn-aU
l/011 - bALK A 'i'AlK OF WELLTKAINED,
X' matchedguaU, wKbgood bataeaaand wa*i.u, l"*»t»
•r gr.epara.e.Aitpl/U ALAbTEB Wiilu, U »U>
lean tb-ti..city,
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