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TIIE SCHOOLS.
Reports on the Question of Cut*
ting Down Expenses.
So Action Taken by the Board—Cost of
Tcx'-Books.
The Board of Education held an adjourned
pirrllnglast evening. President Sullivan In the
chair. The absentees were Covert, Smith, ICoIm,
ihd Keith.
Inspector Dennis submitted Iho following;
Yonrcomnilttce to whom was referred the rpjes.
linn of shompo In school finances for the year
j*7f< nets leave to reports
It will be remembered that our estimates for the
tntreid year were pomolelrd about Jan, 1; that wo
afterwards bad several Interview" with the Hchool
■ml Fltiamc Committees of the (,'ilv Council,
vtildi refilled In reductions aggrugatuig f'M.olH);
tiinlMiti’eipiemly the nty Council cut off 110.000
ninre. anil that these reductions of nearly $:tr». 000
were nil taken from our estimates for running cx
pfll,c*_from salaries, supplies, repairs, etc.
An-1 it will be remembered that the Hoard was
,t,lc to meet these reductions by n change in the
rcticitulo of salaries hr the non-appointment
0 f four lllgn-Schuol teachers, and bv
onr having but two. Instead of four, school
toUdlncs, to equip and run next autumn. lint
r „w wc arecotifmnlcil by a still furlheraml greater
reduction. t>f the minced sum finally nppruprl
■led to school purposes, l.’» per Cent will never be
frallrert. This makes a further reduction of
<HS.Mii.27. Of this sntn, 521t.040.ni belongs to
the nnproprintlon fur school sites, buildings, ami
furniture. Tn« sum to he taken from onr general
running expenses is $»!."».OVi.00. The special tusk
n .Minted your L'ommlUec, we understand. Is to
dptrlbiite this reduction upon our general cx
nriifcs so as to cause the least Infurv to Iho
lehools. Fortunately, considerable help comes
from unexpected quarters. A report of the city
,'omplrollcr. made to the City Connell March 4.
■haws an unexpended balance of school money
mining from (he year IH7O omoonllng 10 $14,.
And us there was no approprlullun In
JH(I for sellout sites or buildings, that sum Is held
rniijcct to our order for general school purposes.
And further, several claims for hack roll which
have been long in dispute, and some of them In
litigation, hare recently been put In more hopeful
condition. Some of these claims are large, and
thn*o having them In charge now tiollevo (hey can
ri ili/o from (hem during tnc current year (lie con
siderable sum of sin,”.Vf.r»7. Detracting the«o
pro sums from tho total deficit, wo stilt
liiivc a shortage of S3‘i,oU2. KH, which must
be taken from the general running expenses,
for salaries, supplies, repairs, etc. Ity stopping
oil repairs and ebamres where it Is possible, how
ever desirable In themselves, and notwithstanding
p will oe very poor economy In the end, arm put
ting our schools upon short and lower grade sup
plies and uy n reduction hi our coal bill conse
ntient upon tills mild season, wo believe (he def
icit will be reduced to atwnt $20.0011. In one way
oranotber tins sum must bo taken from salaries.
And this is particularly unfortunate, since the
s:ilarien of our teachers have been reduced already
niore In proportion than those of any other class
nfuurcUy employes. It Is believed that tho md-
Aries <1! our teachers arc lower than the salaries of
ths teachers In any other considerable city In the
I'nltcd States. Hnt’tue reduction must be made.
Jlowt Nut. wc hope, by crippling or permanent de
rangi mont of onr school system. For, In common
with mod of the citizens of Chicago, your Com
mittee believe (hat the present disturbance In our
cltv's finances Is temporary. Therefore, your
Committee have aimed to avoid any radical change
In onr school system which might, and probably
would, demand correction alter this cloud lias
blown over; and in-teud have sought to ccuiioniUo
where (be Injury will hut bo perma
nent. They have limed also to
economize in s way (hat will Indict the
loa-l hardship upon teachers, and cause the small
est loss to pupils. They would advise requiring
(lie Principals of nit schools to spend two-thirds or
encli day In actual teaching. This will dispense
with teachers whose salaries during the balance of
the year would amount to gS.UUO. They would
further advise Iho shortening of the general school
year one week, and the High-School year two
weeks: cutting oil (he Inst week in June from the
(irammnr-Scbool year: and also (ho first school
week of September from (ho High-School year.
The Inst week in June is at tho close of a heated
term when the weather Is hottest.and when a largo
number of pupils are usually absent.. It I* certain
]v the least valuable week in the year, and by drop
ping It wc shall save about sls, QUO.
\onr Committee therefore recommend that the
Foard redneo the general supply expenses about
$ in, 000 1 that it require Principals to devote two
tliirds of their time to iho Instruction of classes,
•nd that It shorten the general school year one
neck, and the 11 tcrli-School year two weeks, lie
ijnclfully submitted, J. 8. Dennis.
William Volks,
Eunst I'nrsstNo,
W. 11. Wfl.LB,
I*. A. Horns,
K. O. Keith,
W. K. HULUVAN.
-.iNomtr nEPonr.
Inspector English presented the following
minority report:
The nnrlfr»l2iio(l respectfully dissents from the
conclusions ortho majority of your Committee for
the following reasons:
The iota] cost of the High School Is about 852. •
COO; of instruction In vocal music, $3.1.000: of
drawing, $11,000: these two Hems take Into ac
count the lime and salaries of those who teach
them, but do not include the cost of books and
drawing material to parents: of Herman Instruc
tion iu grammar ■‘climolm, $8,300: while Gorman Is
taken by those who are to make a practical use of
it in after life, the laimi Is nut truu us to the vocal
music and drawing. Thu cost of miporlntcmlcncy.
Including a proper proporilon of Principals' sal
aries, H about *43, 000, Uls generally conceded
that there should bo a reduction in numbers or sal
aries of our stag of office employes. Double dl
visions in the High Schools would give room for a
portion of the (I.O(H) children that wo can
nut now accommodate, Torouuh the omis
sion of our clerk (o certify to tho Comp
troller our estimate fur ovenlus schools,
no separata amount has been appproprlaled. It
voulu he unjustly cruel to deprive children who
must work by day of tho chauco to gain A little
schooling at night, and the surplus of appropria
tions of former years should bo drawn on to main
tain tho evening schools. Tho proposal to cut
ao*n the school year not only reduces thoalrcndr
meagre salaries of primary v achers, but without
uny occasion therefor deprives those children of a
portion of luelr schooling. Aa financial difficulties
increase, this policy would he apt to lead to dos
ing those schools in December next. Through the
hueralily of tho Council In this ami former years
hut hula reduction Is required, and that reduction
should oo made at the lop.
Tim uiMiursigned therefore recommends that tbo
common schools bo kept up without decrcaalngthe
school year or (he salaries or tbu number of touch
ers, ami that whatever redaction may ho found
necessary shall bo made In one or moru of the
Items us abovo mentioned. w, J, Ehui i*q
Inspector English referred to the Iqxudos of
education. Ho was opposed to cutting down
salaries, in view of the fact that there would bo
a discount on warrants, lie believed It was tbo
expectation of the Council that there should bo
no skimping of wages, it did seem to him, It a
reduction was made, It should bo at tbo top and
not at the bottom.
A motion to adopt tho minority report aa a
substitute fur that of tbo majority was not
agreed to—yeas, 4: nays, 7—as follows:
Teas—English, Arnold, Jacobs, and Stone—4.
Aaj/s—lloyue, UoU, Trussing, Wells, Dennis,
Yocku, Sullivan—7.
Inspector Jacobs was opposed to cutting
down salaries, especially the low ones. Those
ol tbu Principals should bo shaved, If any.
inspector Trussing urged that salaries were
not cut down. The time of labor was shortened
one week.
Inspector Dennis said that tho reduction In
time was tho quickest, quietest, and altogether
the least injurious method of covering tbe
deficit.
Inspector Hots didn’t consider music and
drawing luxuries, but as necessary as reading
and writing, ilo thought tho salaries of head*
ol departments were already too small.
Inspector Wells remarked that tho minority
rcuort gave tho impression that there bad been
no discrimination between tho higher and lower
salaries. Tho higher ones bad been reduced,
lor by Increasing tho labors of tbo Principals
with tho sumo pay was equivalent to a reduc
tion. Hu was in lavur ot reducing thu course
of study lu tho High tichool one year.
Inspector Btono »uid he would uuvcrvolo to re
duce u dollar thuexneuoo of the common-school
branches so long as he felt tho Board was able
lomslnialn as grammar and primary studies
hmiic, drawing, and German. He believed tuo
tatter were purely lllgh-School studies.
. iMsrscxou suKOhu,
tor the purpose of accomplishing tho object
sought, so lor as touched salaries, offered tbo
following— “a lesser evil "s
Jbst tbs reduction of the sum of 130,000 bs di
meg pro rats aiuuua ull ibo employes snd officers
w (be Uosrd auue salaries exceed s.’>oo.
This, he said, would not require tbo closing
ol the schools at all, and It would reach thu
Janitors, who were overlooked by the Commlt
ivc, as ho thought, Improperly.
Inspector Trussing understood that all tbo
were i„ c i u ,j et j.
.{ lt: fTesiileut said all but those at tho office
of the Board.
Inspector Wells didn't think It fair to let tbo
vierks and attorney out.
inspector Dennis remarked that, if tbe sail-
, l ' 4 * ere reduced os proposed by the amend
“K,ni, tlicv would never come up again. Hu
•curded the proportion lu the light of a pur-
J-*ai»ent injury, lie alluded to uu assertion in
•be minority report which was calculated to
’uaica false Idea. It was said
yocul music was S33,UU). It really cost $1,500,
ytte salary of tbe teacher. Tbe $33,000 was
“\*j® up by counting tho time of the teachers
"tjiic the clashes were singing.
inspector Arnold took exception to that post
uua - An exigency necessitated cutting down-
When the present dlfflctiltls* passed sway the
Board could ilx Hie salaries ns before.
iNsimctott arose
offered ns an amendment to the amendment the
following:
That the snln of 810.000 be divided pm rata
after dismissing the special teachers of Arming,
nmflc, ami Herman.
Inspector Wells rlefemtctlclrawlnir. It enabled
those who Understood It to act higher wages.
inspector English believed, In view of the
propositions presented, that It would tie wise to
let the whole matter go over until the next
meeting, in order that n plan of reduction
might ho matured, lie made a motion to that
affect.
It was adopted.—yeas. 10; nays. I—Sullivan.
Inspector English offered the following, which
was adopted:
Uffotrfil, That (he City Comptroller be requested
lo transfer to the credit of the School Tax Fund
for the prrsent fiscal year the unexpended balance
.of $14,200,111 now In the bands of the City Trss
urer to thu credit of the Bchuol Tax Fund of JB7O,
and that the same be used as fast as available for
the payment of the salaries ol Janitors and other
employes of this Hoard.
INSPECTOR UOYNQ
offered the following, Which was adopted:
fittoltfd. That a deduction should be made from
the present price of text-hooks furnished to the
children of our schools, and that the Committee
on Text-Hooka and Course of Instruction be In
structed to Inquire into the matter, ittvite pro
posals from rmhlDhers with this end In view, and
also report whether Hie present prescribed reduc
tion lr. price has been complied with.
Tito Hoard then adjourned.
TAMMANY JUSTICE.
Its Cost In New York,
The New York Thnts, since the defeat of tho
PhylocU whose cause It espoused, has turned
Its attention to a mure useful service,—reforma
tion of tho awful official salaries of the Tam
inany-Hail bloodsuckers, who have bled tho
unfortunate taxpayers until they stagger. It
Circs this startling list of Judges and salaries
paid to them for dealing out Injustice and pur
chased decrees:
"The quality of the Justice dispensed In this
city Is, perhaps, as much below tho standard ot
meUlocracy as the cost of It Is above that stand
ard. To the lilghcr-courk Judges respectability
nmv bo conceded, but none of them can fairly
claim eminence. As for tbcjlowcr ones, their
knowledge of law Is as farcical as tbolr adminis
tration of It; If not themselves graduates of
grog-shops, they are tho fruit of a low political
system of which the grog-shop Is one of the
fuel; their very names bespeak their origin amt
their associations, and experience with them
goes to convince decent people of the Scriptural
warning against litigation. It mar almost ho
stated as a general rule—particularly In refer
ence to amounts so small as to require trial be
fore the petty courts—that a man would better
pnv on unjust demand or forego collecting a
just one than sodk to resist tho one or collect
the other. Almost always tho Judge * takes the
papers and reserves bis decision*; the potty
Judges arc said to reach that decision—when no
personal crony Is engaged In the case-by the
primitive amt Impartial method of '(Hoping*
a penny, or by putting down a pile of folded
pages and then laving them off os they
come alternately to one pile for plaintiff and one
for defendant. Of course, this tuay bo only
playful satire, but If ft Is, there remains the oaf
pablo fact that tho ordeal ol chance would some
times decide rightly, and would do so about as
often as tho New York petty Judge could do U,
even if he should knit his brows and vex bis
legal mind to the utmost.
“There nro seven classes of courts. The Su
preme Court hoa flvo Judges, at 911,500 each;
sixteen clerks, stonotrrnphcrs, etc., at 1750 to
93,600. and twenty-four “officers or attendants,”
atSIJWO each, making forty-11 re persons, draw
ing 9120,800. TheCoramon Pleas has sis 915,(XX)
Judges: there are seventeen clerks, from 91,000
to 90,000, and twelve “officers," at 91.200 each,
making thlrty-Ilvo persons, at 9151,100. The
Superior Court has six 915,000 Judges, and
thirty-eight clerks and attendants, Irom 91,200
to 90,000, requiring 9151,000 for the thirty-eight
of them. The Marino Court has six 910,000
Judges, with thirty-one subordinates, requiring
9110,000. The General Sessions has a Recorder
at 913,000, a Sessions Judge at 913,000, and a
City Judge at 915,000; there are nine clerks
ami interpreters, and thlrty-slx attendants,
requiring 9100,100 for the whole forty*
eight- The ten District Courts Imre
10,000 Judges, with one at $8,000: cacd has seven
or eight subordinates, and the total seventy-one
persons take $170,800. Thu Police Courts have
eleven Judges at 98,000, and a total of forty*
seven persons, at 9175,000. During the post
year there have been some reductions In the list
of Common Pleas, the District Courts, and the
Police Courts, but an Increase In the Superior
Court. These changes, which are in the roll of
attendants, make a net reduction In the Judi
ciary of twenty-one persons aud $03,000 salaries.
To recapitulate, there are:
5 Judges In Supremo Coifrt..s 57,500
10 clerks, etc, In Supremo
Court 34,500
31 attendants la Supreme
Court 38,800-9120,800
0 Judges In Common Plea*,.. 00,000
17 clerks, etc., In Commoa
Pleas 40,700
13 aUeiidautsinCamnionPlcas 14,400—9151,100
0 Judges in Superior Court.. 00,000
18 clerks, etc., la Superior
Court 44,300
14 attendants In Superior
Court 10.800-9151.000
0 Judges In Marine Court.... 60,000
18 clorks.otc..lu MarlueCaurt 41,000
13 attendants In .MarlnoCuurt, 15,000—9X10,000
3 Judges In General Sessions. 3(1,000
0 clerks, etc., In General Bes-- 1
■dons . 20,000
30 attendants In General fees-
■lons 41.200—9100.100
10 Judges In District Courts .. 03,000
U 1 clerks, ole., In District
Courts 117.300-9170,300
11 Judges In I'ollce Courts.... 88,000
3(1 clerks,etc.,to I’ollceCourts M.’ttOO—sl73,ooo
“This makes.a total of 831 persons, drawing
an aggregate salary of $1,001,500; and If the sal
aries of Mr. Thomas Dunlap and of the persons
in the offices of the County Clerk, District At
torney, ami Surrogate are added, the total Is
$1,183,1)35 for salaries In the administration of
justice, dlvldcdlamoug 300 persons, of whom the
slxly-llve Judges receive $180,500. One
fifth of the Judiciary list, reckoned In num
bers, thus takes nearly unu-balf the aggregate
enlorlos. Viewed without comparison with
Judicial salaries elsewhere, the salaries paid here
arc preposterous, regarding cither the dignity,
labor, honor, or Importance ot tuo positions;
tontrasted with the salaries attached to the
hlgncst oltlccs of the United Slates—s6,ooo to
scuts In the Cabinet, SIO,OOO to those In tbo
Hupremo Court, and $10,500 to tbe highest
Judicial positiou in the country—the extraordi
nary absurdity of paying SIO,OOO to $15,000
here, SB,OOO to Judges In the police courts, and
SO,OOO to thosu in the petty District Courts, ex
hausts the resources of language. The state
ment of the tact is Itself tbe severest comment
and the sharpest satire."
Tree-TUntlug.
„ s>«o York Krtniny /toil,
Mr. D. 0. Northrop, Secretary of the State
Hoard of Education of Connecticut, whose good
service In the. cause of tree-culture in
New England has received frequent recog
nition In tho columns of the hxninn 7W,
visited Europe lost summer (or the ouposo of
studying forestry In the quarters where that
science has the most attention. Carrying with
him letters from the (Joveraor of Connecticut
and the Federal Secretary of State, bo bad the
best opportunities for observation and inquiry,
and tbe practical results ot bis tour ore summed
up in a paper on * 4 Economic Tree-Planting,”
wnicb will lorm a part ot the report of tho duo
rctury of the Connecticut State Board ot Agri
culture for tho current year.
From this pai>er It appears that Germany
stands first among the Continental nations In
tbe literature of lorustry, 1,815 volumes on this
subject having been published In that country
before the year 1813, and an average of ICO
works being the yearly Increase in later times;
Spain probably comes next In rank, with her
1,13 d volumes; and the once sanuy plains south
of Berlin, now fertile and blooming, and the
cheek given to the ravages of tbe
waveaon tbu Biscayan coast, tell luolr own story
ol tho advantage accruing to these two coun
tries from their painstaking study of abort
culture. Even among the Uusstaus, a people to
whom we arc not accustomed to look tor ad
vanced Ideas, the science Is making rapid
strides. Its work belug tbe reclamation of vast
stepoes and resistance to tbo encroachment*
of ibo Inland seas. Every one (amllUr with
tho of England knows watt strict pro
visions guard her grand old trocs trom destruc
tion: and It would be well If, with the Intro
duction of otuer good Institutions from tbe
mother country, we hail put Into the American
statute-books some of these regulatious, found
ing them, not on tbe rights of succession to
real property, but on a decent forecast lor the
public wvliare.
Tho question of the influence of ite forests on
tbu rainfall of any given districts is still mooted
among men of science; but Mr. Nondrop quotes
tho statements ol persons who have repeatedly
observed with their own eyes the coincidence of
the removal of forests with the drying up of
springs aud rivers, lu India and In other parts of
the world where prolonged droughts have ended
lu disaster. Moreover, whatever may be said as
to tbe positive effect ol tree-ions on passing
clouds, we believe It Is not denied that, tbe rains
having once descended and watered tho earth, a
the Chicago TnmniNEi Thursday. march 21, isre,
forest belt puls srcrrcpllblecheck upon CTspora
llon by winds and sun.
Pome very Interesting farts are given In the
pnDcr before us concerning Hin varieties of trees
whli'h ought to bo planted when certain ends
are In view. TIIO durability of Hie Kuropean
Isrcb, for example. Is attested hy Its use In
Venice, where. In the form of piles Immersed In
water, It ban supported for centuries some of
the most Imposing masses of architecture that
meet the traveler’s eve. Mr. Northrop also
treats his subject practically by suggesting ex*
perlmcnls, which mlifhc be made at a little ex
pense of money, lime, and tmllemc In bis own
State and In others where Inrg* tracts of naked
ground have become parched and sterile.
CURRENT GOSSIP,
thu hf.ason why.
The thrush sln( s in the tree,
Amt the lark sings In (he iky;
All things are full of glee—
And why not I!
Annette, my love, Is sweet—
bright la her merry eye;
£be sings the morn to greet—
And why not if
Annette, my love, Is mad—
£he (old me that I He;
Therefore my son! is tad—
And that Is why.
“Sioux” DnuoAßtn.
TUB WAn SONGS OF OLD KNOLANO.
Aonden /slier to .Vie York Timet.
A glance at the war songs ot the day will give
you some Idea of the soft of stuff which goes
down at the music-halls or variety shows. Mr.
H. B. Hunter is responsible for the " Lion find
the Bear," In which the poet sines:
For Ilas«ls not a rush wo efire,
Her threats we all defy;
The Lion still can fight the Dear,
As In the days gone by.
Tho next balladtst on my list Is a trldo less
belligerent, but none iho less maudlin, ilu
sings of “ England and the Sea,” and charges
other nations with boasting of their wealth and
fume, which Is the one particular weakness of
England:
Let nations praise their wealth and fame,
Or boast that they are free;
To you. mv friends, I give this toast,
Old Lmcland and the Sea.
Mr Robert Rcccc ought to do respectable
verso; be has a reputation nhrher than the
music balls; but this Is his idea of poetic power
and patriotic passion:
I'm satisfied (here's no decay
In British pith and pluck;
Before thu world we'll have onr say,
And trust to “strength "—not “luckt”
We’vo mentis 1 we've nuhtl we've common sense I
We've courage I force! and skill I
Bo—hang the question of expense t
Old England's England still 1
1 cut those lines from tho "samples** adver
tised In the papers. "Mr. Fred Albert’s new
war song” declares—
While England has her sens. hcr;vcsicls, and her
guns.
No one shall harm her In tho least;
We'll show the Russian Czarthe sort of raco we
For we mean to keep our Empire In the East.
Another Ivrlst advertises hts entire song In
(bo AVo, generously Consenting that It may bo
sung in certain specified towns without tho pay
ment ot author’s Ices. This poet relates the
bloody deeds ot Russia, and bis chorus Is:
Bald tno lion, “I'm the King; 1 think you're had
your lllng;
It's time (list I should have a word to say.
Vou’vo nearly dune your worst, but you'll conaoer
Britons first, ’
If you take tho Turkey's body clean away.”
Next In popularity to Maodcnnott’s Music-
Hall song, " We Don’t Want to Fight” (which
has a rough vigor In Us rugged lines' that lifts It
out of the drive! of the ordinary run of kindred
compositions), Is "Here Stands a Boat," hy Mr.
Clement Scott. The " post" Is the British Hag,
which Is a distinguishing '‘property "In the
dramatic rendering of the song. At the music
balls tho piece is sung In character, tho vocalist
dressed ss Britannia, and surrounded by eca
nvmphs. The best verse in the song Is the fol
lowing!
Hero stands a Post! we can spare our boys for bst-
And our parting cheers they'll answer with a
•mile.
For they'll know while they are fighting 'midst the
cannon's roar and rattle,
That our Volunteers will guard our little Isle.
Here stands a Post! where our ancestors have
placed it.
As a slf; for sons, their children,and their wives:
In the sunny days of peace no deed of cowardice
disgraced it.
So In war we will protect it with oar lives.
VANDEami/r and van pelt.
In ttio Vanderbilt case, tho other day. one
Jacob Van Pelt,—an old friend of Vanderbilt’s,
—a white-haired old man with a shrill treble
voice, was called to the witness stand, and testi
fied that Vanderbilt had often promised to give
him SIOO,OOO and a house and lot, when ho died,
—that Is, when Vanderbilt died. Von Pelt bad
frequently asked him to give him the money or
the home and lot while ho could enjoy them,
lint the Commodore sold better wall, and ho
would keen It solo for him. The Commodore
foreot his promise, notwlthstandlnghls frequent
assurances that he never would. The Commo
dore never allowed any one to speak of hla dying.
They bad to say "If anything happened." Van
Pelt also testified that ho used to furnish tim
ber to the Commodore when bo was building
ships: Van Pelt borrowed money of him fre
quently; Vanderbilt never refused him; ho
owed him once about $35,000, and he had noth
ing to show for it; ho asked him to take a note
(or It, as In case something happened to him—
if ho were a rogue, he could cheat his heirs out
of a good sum of money. Vanderbilt said: "I
don’t want anything to show fur It. My heirs
will never miss It. There will bo more left than
they will want. When I am gone, If you owe
me anything less than SIOO,OOO don’t you say a
word about it." Van Pelt replied, " 1 wouldn’t
wish vour death for all your money, but 1 hope
1 shall owe you SIOO,OOO when you die." When
the Commodore died ho owed Van Pelt $33. lie
said ho gave the Commodore a horse once. “ I
had a handsome mare that be wanted to buy,
but I asked SI,OOO more than he would give.
One mornhur I went up to see him curly, before
he was up. Ha culled me up into his bccd-room
and said: 'You are after something or you
wouldn’t come so d—d early.’ Isold: 4 X won’t
$31,000.* He gave me a check lor It. but made
no memorandum. Said he, 4 Do you know what
you ought to do! You ought to give mo that
mare. 1 wilt send for her to-day and gel a har
ness for her.' This he did, hut the next morn
ing ho sent me a check for s3,ooo,—the price I
liud asked. But I returned this to lihif, When
1 met him he said, * Why in h— didn't you keep
the check!’ 1 replied,'That wasn't my bar
gain: you asked mo for the mare.’ 'well,'
said he, ’you got the best of the bargain.’ 4 All
right,’ sold I, 4 when 1 get the best ot a bargain
1 never lei up oa a man.' The Commodore
often gave me a chance to make money. lie
was the making of a half-dozen men."
COERCING VOTERS.
Corrupundfitet Bo*tm i Puit.
Tbo death of Mr. Benjamin Weeks at Ports
mouth recently recalls an anecdote wherein was
imputed to him the first attempt to cocrco
voters. Ho was tbo Superintendent of a body
of moo—lf nut all—at tho Portsmouth Navy-
Yard, many years ago, and shortly previous to
tbe election of Jackson, second term, he got the
men together and told them that he expected
every man to vole aa ho did, and further that if
they did nut they should bo discharged. He
was noted as a joker, and they looked in hla
face to soo if they could detect a Joke In this;
but ho was as serious as tho Old North Bury
ing Ground. They discussed the mailer among
themselves, and worked themselves up to
a (ever heat about it, hold meeting
after meeting, passed resolutions and went
through all tbe motions of Indignation, as Is
customary with tbe sons of freedom, settling
down with tbo determination ibat they’d bo
d—rawa and quartered before they’d submit;
but thought it best before they did their worst,
to call upon their tyrant to get tho precise fa ts
In tbs case, and learn If ho stuck to hU first
proposition. They accordingly waited upon
him, by committee, and asked him if bu was
serious In what bo bod told them. Never more
so, be Informed them; and repeated what be
had said, laying particular stress upon tho pen
alty fur thuir refusal lu comply, 'The Commit
tee returned with their report, wheu tho caldron
boiled right over, and resolutions hardened
Into purpose to resist to tbe bitter cud, though
resistance might bo like striking tbelr fist
against a stone wall standing in their way.
They went to work surlllv, and thought of Dom
ing else hut tbo Impending election and
tbe Invasion ol their rights. Tbe tiuperlnteud
eot, from being a great favorite, bad fallen in
their estimation till Nero was an angel by com
parison. Aud now they formed a new deter
mination to call upon nim lu a body and endeav
or to overawe him by tuo moral force of num
bers. Let him look them la Ibe eye, if hecuuld,
and theu bid them vote any other way than
they as American freemen should decide for
themselves. They would see how ho could
staud this I So they went, aud be calmly looked
upon their faces: and in reply to their question
(repeated) regarding his tyrannical requirement,
said he had not changed bU determination, but
that 11 ihaj voted differently from vbat im did,
out they should go. This was s mistier; wlm
one of tlie spokesmen remonstrated, saying
it was deemed hard that men—freemen—
should be served In (htn wav, mid liv
a man, too, whom they had no lons re
spected, and concluded hy regretting that tlmv
must part, an .ev ha<l agreed to go together.
Alter a brief conference among themselves, one
of the weak ones, who hadn f t said anything,
whlsnered. ” Ask lifin how he isgolnglo vote.”
” Well. sir.” asked the leader. •• how are ton
point; to vote, an wc want to know all almut it!"
“ I'm comp to vote Just an I darned please,"
replied he, "and If you don’t I’ll discharge
you.”
As soon os they could take In his meaning,
and saw that they had Item pleasantly hum
bugged, Ms own broad face ncamlng upon them
with a funny triumph, they gave hint three
dicers, and, when election day came round. It
was laughingly said among them that they were
going to vole as the (hiss did, nod they went
almost to a man for Old Hickory. This Is the
first instance ol Navy-Yard Influence in politics.
HR ‘\VASN , T SATISFIED.
/M»r/ul PYte
Marlin KofT was Hie first prisoner out. He
was the first the day before, and the first the
day before that, lie bad been allowed to go
twice on suspended sentence, and to! bis
squeaky voice was heard again.
••I.ct’sscet Haven’t 1 met you somewhere,
Mr. KofTl” queried his Honor, os the little old
man protested tils Innocence.
” V-c-8, I think so,” was tin* answer.
** Ahd what Is your excuse tills time I”
u Well, Judge, I got drunk the first time to
cure (lie toothache. Tim second time (t Was to
cure the headache, and last night It was to help
my lame back.”
*• Hecms to mo you ought to be satisfied, Mr.
KolT.”
*' But I ain’t, Judge. I want to go at It now
and cot drunk on general principle/*. I want to
see liuw It seems to have ono good old drunk
without any excuse at all.”
‘•Mr. KolT,” began llio Court, after duo re
flection, “I find that I cannot entertain ymir
proposition. You havo doubtless read the
beautiful poem beginning:
’Twnft rough
That carried him off:
*Twas a collln
They carricdhlm off In.
“We must write a nctv one, rending about as
fallows:
’Twas Mister Koff
Who was carried off;
’Twas tbs Ulack Matter
Tluil carried him hlalicr,"
"Well, I’ll get drunk when I come out, any
war-”
"80 you may. Mr. Koff, Imt when you come
nut the ernes w ill ho ankle hitch, the robblns will
he looklmr cross-eyed at the blue-hlrils, ami every
two-shilling jack-knife will he worth DO cents."
QUIPS.
A cigar lighter—The box from which you took
one.
When dues a man become a "burning ” poet!
When he’s a versifier.
“ Would you like to have some condv, grand
ma!” "Ves, my boy; where Is It!" "Why, If
you will buy me 10 cents’ worth, I will give you
half."
Russian to Turk: "The armistice Is signed I
Vou can now keen yourhands In your pockets."
" Oh, no," reviled the Turk, " thei’ll find them
selves lonesome there."— J’arU CXarU-arl.
A water-color artist has committed suicide in
Hartford, Conn. We have always thought that
tills tcmperauco movement was well enough In
Its proper olaco, but that it should not bo car
ried Into thu arts.— Puck,
A little girl said: "1 like the country because
there are no corners. When I am at homo
mother tells mo nut to go further than the cor
ner of the street, but—don’t you sec!—there
arc no corners hero, and 1 can go anywhere.”
" Is that dog trying to sing I" asked Mrs. Jot
ter, as the family net, a Newfoundland dog of
huge dimensions, lifted up his voice In plaintive
tones, outside'ho door, pleading for admit
tance. •• I guess so," answered Mr. J., "at all
events he Is giving his hark a roll." Then a
solemn silence supervened.— Uo*ton Traiucrlpt,
"Whatarcyou tiring to do!" demanded an
Irato father or his boy, who was standing an n
high chair In the closet and trying to grab a 93
hill which lay temptingly on the uoper shelf.
"Trying to reach a high note," calmly sang
dut the lad. The oven tenor of (hat boy’s life
was Immediately Interrupted.— j/acketuaek Jit •
publican.
A STORY OP I.TNCOLN.
VTatfilnatnn cnrretpondtnee Pilliburj in»pateh.
During the late "so-called" Ucboliioii, one
Worthington, a man of martial ambition, came
to Washington from Ohio to get a commission
as Colonel In the army. Ho was an Industrious,
self-reliant man, uot easily discouraged, and,
though repeatedly refused, ho returned to the
charge with apparently unabated vigor. Finally,
being still denied, bo requested the President to
put his refusal lu writing. Uncolii, with his
characteristic plainness, wrote:
I hereby state in writing, by Co). Worthington's
request, what I bavo so often verbally ataii-d in
him before: that 1 do not consider him competent
to command a regiment in the United (states army.
A. Lincoln,
Worthington went away for once apparently
well pleased. Some lime afterward, being
financially embarrassed, lie went to Kwlng to
raise money on hlseertlllcalc. The Ohio states
man, desiring thu autograph and being pleased
by tho uniqueness of t.ho statement, paid I'.’O for
It. and placed it among his most valuable relies.
The matter had passed out of his mind, when it
was one dity recalled by Worthington’s appear
ance and an appeal to obtain a certified copy of
tho document. This moderate request was
complied with, which, being done, the applicant
was asked why he wanted it. Ho replied, with
Worthington’s modesty, " 1 want to show what
a damn fool Lincoln was."
TUB MALTA SCANDAL,
London World.
Ai what Is known as the “ Malta scandal” Is
uow tbo subject of a Court of Inquiry, and as
tnaor misstatements have been made on the
subject, tlicro can bo no barm In saying that tbo
equerry who has been horse whipped Is Cautaln
the Hon. D. J. Mousou, and that his asaulluut—
who conceives himself cruelly Insulted—ls Sir.
ticott-titcveuson, Adjutant of the Forty-second
Highlanders.
So one cun deny the Duke of Edinburg the
credit of bavin? at least stood up fur bis re*
tslocr through thick and thin. In the llrst
place, when the explosion came, it was tbu
Wince who screened bis equerry from the dire
risk of a hostile meeting. Then it seems to
huvo Leon the same lioyai personate who coun
■sclcd the farce of the agreement fur hushing
up the affair, on condition of the equerry Ink
ing to bis beels. Not coutcut with tue gallant
Lothario being let off so ligbtiv, again It Is
Wlncely Ingenuity which suggested that the
agreement uas been broken, and that the
equerry was accordingly entitled to return to
Malta. Furthermore. It comes about hr the
same Rovul Influence that a civilian is sulfcred
to become prosecutor before a military court of
tnquirv; and the Duke himself would have of
fered himself as u witness at the Inquiry ou be
half of his protege; had not his application to
return ”ou sick leave” from the Dardanelles
to Malta In the Uupert been refused.
The equerry eventually oilcred to exchange a
couple ot coxy bullets with the injured hus
band, which the latter declined, liufure this
refusal was returned, the otlleer to whom It was
sent submitted the challenge to live military
friends, equally distinguished fur their honor
and their high rank in the service; and they
gave It as their opinion that, as the ollker hud
already prolfered satisfaction of the kind In
question, which proposal (he equerry had
thought tit to refuse, he could oot now, with
out compromising his character, accede to the
equerry’s request for a meeting.
UNCLE REMUS AS AN EMIGRANT.
<K/ciula IQa.) Omsfifufion.
A colored mao stopped Uocle Uemus In tho
street the other day for the purpose of getting
somo Information.
“ What's alldls talk 1 bear ’bout Llberlerl”
be asked.
“ What's all dls talk you beerd ’bout de freed*
man’s bank I” responded Uncle Uemus* some*
what savagely.
“Dey tells me,” continued the negro* “ dot
you don’t bay’ ter wuk dowu dcre, less you
wauls ter.”
“Ueyduz, dux deyl” said Uncle Remus.
“ Dey bed dat you wux gwlne ter git forty acres
and a mule; an’ dey lole you fer ter put yu’
money In de hank, an 1 dat you’d git Intrust.
Well, 1 speck you got It; hut el you did, you
sorter banged roe out, fer I ain’t got ueeder one
nor de udder.”
“Jiut dls ain’t no mule ncr bank blxucss,
Undo Uemus.”
“Dal's w'nt trubblcs me, boney. 1 know
deru’s plenty cr loalcr* w’nt ouguter go, but 1
duuuo who ter |nwlte> Uey say codec grows in
de trunt yard, &u* de sua parches It, an’ de rain
wets it, an* It falls la a bole lu do groun* au*
dsr's yo* coffee.”
“ You talk Hko you gwlne.”
••Ob, 1 dux, dux II well, I got ter gtt oyer
de Qeurgy fever fus’» 1 don’t mine mUsio* my
mule an’ lan’, an' de Intrust on my money In de
frredman's bank, hut I ’splzcs fer ter miss a
meal. Ml drap voti a note w’en 1 starts.”
THE STREET-CAR LICENSE.
Tn tht ftoUttr <tf The Tribune.
CrncAny, March 30.—1 t la a great pity that
the City Council, In order to raise s small rev
enue, should lessen the facilities of public travel,
and Impose a heavy tax on those least Mile to
bear It. The rich tan use carriages; others
must «<c the cars. Even at the present reason
able rates, the lax for riding to dally work Is
very heavy to tho«e who are obliged to count
every cent. The West Side, having Ihe largest
iiumlMT of Mils class, will especially suffer..
Ijltherlo, people with small Incomes have sought
the West Bide because the car fare was less.
There arc teachers who nfo obliged to
pay $lO n year for riding, and, If the fares
arc raised, hundreds of sewing girls, clerks, and
mechanics will he taxed about IT a year. In
many families this tax will amount to SIS or
fJH. *i lie companies may not suffer, but It is
exiccdlugly hard that people who must ride,
mid iiinnv of whom arc on reduced pay, should
nimcr in this wav. They arc helpless, for there
Is no wav of ‘‘evading ” car-laics. The Wen
Side Company deserve the thanks of the public
for their cheap tickets, and, If they put on still
more cars lo accommodate the rush night and
morning, the public will be more grateful. In
the eyes of the public, the Council have passed
mi unjust and unwise ordinance, and It ought
to bo repealed. Justice.
For Ihe young, the aged, and the Infirm,— San
fdrd’s Jamaica (linger.
I NUMUtuUS
I patrons throughout tin dry we have eMahilihH
llraccli others m the different hlrUUm*. m deCtiuied
orjow.whrfdafirprtii'on-mswlll betaken fortJiessme
I'tlrcM chargedattlm Mala Oilier, snd will bo received
nuillSiM'lockp. m. during tne wee*, and until Op. in.
on Haturdarr:
M. WlLro.X, IhxjK'cller and elationer. J7O
Twenl*-»econd-»t.. near WaiMWh.tr.
Ai- U’AI.UKX. Xcwfdrnicr, stationer, etc., I«W
west Mad Pun-st. near We»iem-av.
.. vr. .....Mi-i.ii•(..« iicnT *» r,i rrii-a. •
, itonutr tiiuumston. west-sids News Depot, t
IJ.ue l»li»nd-sr,. corner of llnlsie-l-st.
11. i;. JIKItIUCK. Jeweler. News-Dealer, and Fancy
t.o*nl«. 7J I I l.ake-M.« corner i.incoln.
CITY estate,
K<»U SALE—CHEAP. OT FEET. EAST FUONf. ON
1 iTtlrlr-ay.. n?ar Thlrty-fir»i-»t., only fanner fool;
caijr term*. J. M. I'KM ANA. P.M Dcan-oru-n.
IfOU BAI.E-f\rr/i Wit.l. IdTHCMASH ELEGANT
J. new juarblr-frum Jioiim- .vn WeM .lacßem-d. i par
let*. dmlnu-rooiu, ami klu lirn on Or*l fl.Ktr, furnace
aud*a*-flxlurr*. Inqulreat in*, south r.M,-k at.
\fO)l BALK SEVEHAL FIHST-Cf.ASV PRICK
J hou*f»on ih» "outh and tte«i Mdr. of jrom Ptold
rooms, all tjrw. with nil tm-den. Imptovrmrt,-*. Will
Iw sold low. AIINERTAYI.OH. H.m.h, 3,7« D-jaiboru.
FKKT ON MO Nib Mi-ST.. NEAR
I talifornU-ar.. lor mis lot It rtal;v worth
• I.JjO. Anilv at liJ iH'irnoni-.i.. in ba*' , n>“iit.
you BAI.H--MV.FISf: RESIDENCE CT4 FULLER-
J ton-ar.s go.*! bant: lot iv.tl.’<o letl: well linpror
edi forty,S4M once valued at shmw. Tim is a Kami*
ln»ltaraaln. Apply on preml*.-* to THOM At* GouHK.
, EVrAft,
i.’ou balk-m aiujm ctTat 10 aTm.-at north
A d'HJf of Chamber of Commerce, by foreclosure of
niortsaKe. two pa<tty nnUhea (trick houses, with too.
ai North Evanston. The d-bt on each houss, with lot,
iV'ly f call and aeoplani. JOHN
(.1.1.\ hit. IS Metropolitan I'loou.
COUffTUV HCAL ESrAXC.
L'DR BALE-A noon IMPROVED ho-ACRE FARM;
A price s:t.(Mii f l.uuo rash. Italnm-e Are years: 25
I titles from this city; Imim-dute i>—s-Mton If d--*lrc,|
I'oreni. alao-acre farm hear Hushnell. TYLER. 132
Dcarlmrn-H.
itijALi;m7c\vAMT;i).
TITAN TED—W’K H MAS V"'APPLICATIONS
IT from flnt-cla** parties wanting bouit-s. Owners
having dcslrahlu ones now vacant or which will lie hr
May I Please call. 11. O-UOJI.S A- bu.N. |.»t i.aballe-n.
■\\TANTED—TO lUTY-llOfSi; AND LOT OS GOOD
» street, within so minutes of Mate and MadtMmi
must slve location. *Ui- of lot. and he a bargain. Ad
dress F OA.TtlPmie n»lce.
Is ? EIj, i A!VEO,JS ‘^
V coLT.KcroirW'AVikiiicAv'Vn.vKn "and
iA cupper coin* withe* to correspond with other
amateur* with a view to purvltaslnt.’ or exchanging.
AdilreM L. Y, LEWIS, care Carrier dti.
T)AIJV-CAimiAOKf».' 53.00. '>4.10. WORTH S7|
l> fume so. worth SIS: beat make. Compare with
outer*. Manufacturer*'depot, Hi Btate-»t.
/TIIARTKIt OAK LIPK-NOTICK-ALL PERRONS
V wboi-e lire* are maimed In the Charter Oak J.lte
itifursnee Company, of Hartford. Coon., are hereby
noiiaed that a iimt-unu' of annti pen>un* alii be held at
the Coinpany’aofllce. In the city of Ilarlford. Co.m„ at
H*u'clocit a. m., on ThurMiar. the iHthdayof April.
H.h. in accordance with the pnirUlon* of thS amended
charter of iild Company, pawed by the Oeneral Au«m
blyof (her>ta(uof Connrctlcul. approved March is.
InTM. which ntrctlnaahall vote upon the acceptance of
•aid anifiiilcit chari'T, clod a Hoard of twenty-one Di
rector*. pat* by-law*, and make inch rule* end regula
tion*. und do *uch act* In rclallun to the maiianenieiit
of the company a* It thall cuiiuder deilrable. liy order
of the Hoard of Directors. HALSKY BrKVC.Ne, Sec.
C* illicAHO A ALTOS UAII.IIOAD CoMHASVT J*Kt>
» retary'auitlce. Chh-Biro. March is, jhtk.—Annual
inrctlnv. ’lheUo.-ktioldi'niaud votlns bondholder* of
the Chß'acro A Alton Hatlroad t.’omrany are hereby
notlil/’d timt the annual tneviuiir of aaid Company for
the election of three Director* loierve three ycanC »od
transact lon of *uch outer Imuircm aa may iw pieienled,
will be held at the Company'* unit-ei, InChfi-aKu, Ha
noi*, ou Monday, the in day of April next.at lu o'clock
a. in. The transfer Imh.Pp will be eloteii at the cloae of
hii«lne*a huuraun the unit Inat., and reopened on the
2d day of April m-«t IV. M. LAItHAUEK, bccrctary.
lIIAVK FROM f 1,000 TO $2,000 AND SERVICES
to inrmmaome patina bu»lncut must state the
nature and partlculat* of tliu bualuea*. AddruaaD&o.
Tribune oBU-c.
JOLIET A C HICAGO HAII.HOAUCOMPANY. BEC
leury auuice. Utliaito, .Mairh ifl. iH7s.-Annual
meeting. I lie •tockholdcra of the .toilet ACTncami
lUliioaU Company are liurctijr tiotJQe.l that Uioauuual
meeilnff of *at<l Company fur the eln-tion of Directors,
ami transaction of auci; outer t>u*lueaa as may be ore*
aenied. will be-hrii nt Ibo griieral olllre* of the CM
eatto A Alton Hollroad Company, in Lblcago. lllloola,
on Monday, the |*t day or «pnl next, at 10 o'clock a.
in. Thetraiifferltooks will closed on the authliut..
at the ch at* of huMne«»hoiir*oii that day, and reopened
on the 3d day of April next. W. M. LAItHAUEK. bee
wary.
f | -HE ADVERTISER HAS f t.OiO AND OOOD UL'SI
-1 neat ability, whlrli he d<-*lre* to Inveu in some
pood bniluuM. A ca.it buitnuu only wanted. Coin
innnlcallun* confldi-nilat. Hrferenee* clvea and re
quired. Addrck* K no, Trlbuun utllce.
intkkkst in as kstaii
• » Billed rummlulon houxe, or other hiHoeia, where
Cl.uuu or iu money and itie aerrirea of tlm
odvertlacr. a prartlcal biulnru man. might both be
needed. Only thoroughly reliable parties, doing well,
nerd answer. rir«i-ila»x references circa and ro
qnlred. Address PERMANENT BUBI.vESB, .No. 160
AitanixU.
WANTED-A GOOD BECOND-IIAND SODA*
'» water apparatiraromplcte. Apply this morning.
COLLINB A bi'OWBI.L, Commercial Hold.
\\ T E HAVE OI’KNKDA HEAL KVIATE'anTT
»i house-renting agener. ami would he glad to
»errnp*r«lesUuvlrig property to rentor for sale. C. W.
CAHTLE A CO., fUI Writ Lage-sl.
HOUSES A.\D CAlllllAliLS.
|?OU SALK—a JiOlP'F.St ONE 1H A BROWN ONE, fl
I years of age i hs it an cicdient road horse, ami very
stylish: and uhu very Jundsomv gray horse, with a lung,
flowing mane ami nuts ho can irol In aminuti-s. ami Is
7 year* ui age. These are U»Ui warranted sound, kind,
■ml gentle lor the mo»l timid person* lorldoordilve.
Amt one Mg n or* horse, kind ami gentle in single ami
uuuhle harness; bo ti7year* old. they arc sol Jfur no
(suit, only the owner bas no further use for them. Ap
ply at the Urn In llte rear of «£i Waboth-av.. in ibe
alley.
E’dllSAl.K-ONB JUMP-SEAT BUGGY. ONLY IN
L use&idsyai one uliaemn, made by Loan A Tan
Proeke; one aide-spring, made by i’cunoycr 4 Co. i
one aldo-bar lop-buggy, made by Browsteri a canopy
lupidiaeioat, nearly news one very One eau-nilon-iop
carriage! one 2-seai open basket phaeton. very aiyltah,
almost newi all of Ihc above arc Drst-closa, and will be
sold si great aocrlQue. uto biate-at.
Pill BAI.F.—TOP AND OPEN BUGGIES. TOP ANtl
open delivery and iruern' wagons: part caib and
monthly paymeotai beat ondcheaieat vagonalu town.
Repairing sad Painting. All work warranted. C, J.
HULL, corner Arcber*av. and Tweuty-fuiirih-st.
irvotl SAI.K-lMlKAr^ ; nUs'^AN : b~tirAYr-A 13-
L passenger 'bus, manufactured by Loan 4 Ten
Itroekc, Chicagoi moat as good aa new: will be sold at
half t-rlcct s span of dapple gray horses, weighing 2. •
uuuj 7 vi-srtoldi half-brothers, U. M. CllUlsirAN,
Chapin House, UrluneU, lows,
I.'UU SALE-HOUSE. Uf<iUV. AKIYIIAKSE**tL
I suitable for family use: will be told for SIU&. Ail
drew U. E. HAND. lldt* l.a-vallo-at.
W antedateahb-uohseh m ate and kin
sie sta. THOMAB NICHOLSON^
£ HOUSER FOB SaLKi* Al.hO. TWO FISK*BROOD
t# marcatune heavy with coll), one in double harness,
onecspiraabarucM,;.-hrap. 717 West Ma<llson-it.
AC.EM'B WANTED,
Agents wanteu-teab-the ciioicebt in
(be world—lmporters’ staple arilcle-uk-asei every
body—Traue price*—Largtii Company lo Amcnca
constnually Im-reatlng—Agents wanted everywhere—
best Inducements—don t waste time—send for Circular
to ROBERT WELLS, pres. of im> Oilglnal American
Tea Co., Ci Vesey-iL, N. V. I'.-O.Bua I Ja7.
\ GENT* WANTED-TO INTIIODiICK *A SMALL
J\ and uu-ful article *inonj| btulnc* men. Can make
fninl) loam dally. Fur circular* addrea* WU. 11.
PACK. -J'i Vlur-*!.. Philadelphia. i‘>.
i’Oi.EASt;.
r|H) LEASK-Olt F«lt BALE—A SPLENDID DAJUV
1 farm (m am*> In esrelleut condition, m miiea
from milk depot and il milt* auathcau of Hamtxulre,
Kane Cwuuly; aplcmlld reclame ami uffleta: reasonable
term*. IIEMiv KIUK (Uoaauui, I7VUI*-»L, Elgin,
111. _beo Kano County Alla*, Hampshire 1 owmUlp.
fIK) LEAKE—CHOICE DAIUY FAKM'siNE MILES
L trom etiicuQ. only Sd peracict three years'time.
UK. KEAN. 17J Clark-*).
IIOOKN.
C LAKE'S COMMENT AU V, a VOLB.. SO: GEO*
logical Survtr of Illinois. e toU.. SIS, Jobo«<m'a
Cyclopedia (uawi. $26. Cheapest booksmrs lu cliy.
bend tor prlce-Uat. Down-stain, jw MadUon-st.
MILLEU'S.
/Sash paid Eon good uoaks-ss paid fou
\j Wctwupa DlcHooary. UILDEItT. 3i SouthfUrfc-ai.
PAHTNEUS WANTED*
DAKTSEIt WANTED-WITH SLOm, IN A LEGIT*
X luibic, permanent, and aafa business (hat vlil bear
Investigation. Address F til. Tribune olilcv.
STOnAtiE,
IMKE-PKOOF WAUEUOCaE, lUJ WESI UONKOK*
for (ursllurc. merchandise, carriage*, etc. Loan* to
any amount: legal Interest. Cash fur nock* of good*.
UOtIIEUOLD GOODS.
A FULL OUTFIT FOB ' HOUSEkKEpINO ON
/x time. Bos our good* and Price* before burins.
UNION FUKNITUEE CO.. SOI West UadUou-sL
WANT£D..IIAU; HF.I.P.
(Bookkeeper** Clerks* fte«
W T ASTKIJ—A F\MT-V.hK** URTAII. CI.OTniVO
f? i»lcim«n, wiih»'v>.ir<‘f<T<*nr»*. for the country.
Innolrrof MAItT flUns., m Fr«n*iln-U.
Wasteh-a compete*? nnuocKß^Twmi
Oty reference*. Adilm«« V »«. Trt’mne office#
Iradet*
Wastko-a ooonnnssF.iij also acakprs
penur. 77n Ronlh CanaMt.
\V'antei»-two’ niiRT-cr.Ass jouusbtmVS
••ef* *t WdKLAM'ri, •outhrMt corner CUrk
•no Wauilnxion-tt*.
\yANTKIi-A>IRST'CLAhB CARRIAOB BLACK
»» imlthiflnl»licr._ 71 fil»teenlli-«.
\\T ANT RD - OO f tr> KttOEMARER* oT~ RRWfT)
SClfßonJn*' 11 w We>t Madl*oa-al. j.
UfANTPn-Fm>-rrJ,APS DLANK book for.
» t warder. Apply at S 3 Ptaic-at.
WASTED— A CAIIfUAUKSMITII HELPERt ONE
•II I eome caperlf nee, to learn the trade. Call at
ao. IDO Kart Monroe-M.
WELL. DO Wen Lake-ac
W\ STEP-TEN OR TWELVITIIARNEPSMAK
era. Ot.niATER. LEWIS A CO.. 10 aniT 18
Slate.it.
WANTED— A NO. I CARRIAGE-IRONER; WILL
Site good waged and ucaor work: ca*h rrrry Pat
tirdny night. Apply immediately. J, J. POTTER.
Leavenworth. Kan.
Employment Aircncics*
WANTED - IMMEOIATF.It - V»J RAILROAD
.*» team* for Ml*aomi on the C.. A. Asu L. it. tl.
wagea. finer day. Apply for rtrtlctilat# to CHRIS
TIAN South Water-n.
JTlUcellaneouii*
\V AKTF.I)—LJVK SALESMEN TO SELL OttROMO
** of Pope },. o XIII.. new atfle ]n»t out s alto other
new Kti'l fait-telting Rood*. Cinrattera. street men,
•tv! dealers «-tppH"fl*r price* way nown. Cull before
burluß. C. M. LININGTUN.4S Jaek»on*ft.« Chicago.
WAKTRII-A RELIAIILR MAK WITH »3<o TO
_»* ,a * e c, '»nte of our huvlnet* In a neighboring clu:
tt.wj salary and half profit* allowed, P 03. Tribune.
\V r ANTKD—GOUU BUSINESSMAN WITH CAPH
’ T . *•' *° f"t»rbl and manage to Chicago Hie hc»t and
m«rtt profitaMu nnt-ciMi ib-clattr In America. Call at
Windsor European Hotel. Itootn <34.
\\rANTEH-MEN TO TARE -AOKNTV nrnDF. M
M Toll* who want agent* and what fun 3J pageat
Mliffil ropy .-.cj
tir AXtV.HjAIiVR MAS IN KVKRVUOUNfT IN
Jt In the Untieq state* ro manufacture and sell a
•tanle article jun patene-i. EicimKe right riven:
liberal term*: large ptoutat amoli capital. K. MORRIS.
Chicago, HI.
WANTED— AT *IN cITKCTTtTk a KXPEIIIKS’CE 11
ww. Trlt?unV t or|frr :imP< for cl,y directory. Addrcu F
.__>VA^Ti:D~rK>IALKIIJEtP r
UoinciHci*
TIPANTED—a GOOD COOK. WASHER. AND
\\ (rcmcr for (fcnrral homework In a| mala family
or ere perron*: mint bring reference. from last place:
no Irlih. Apply ataia Veit Adatna-at.
W ANTED—A COMJ’KTfcX r OlltL FDR GENERAL
»* homework In a private family, 617 Wabaih-av.
TtTANTED—COMPETENT GIRL TO DO GENERAL
* v homework. Mmtcome wel reeumtn ended. Ad«
ply at &si North Clark-it.
wA S TED-01 HI. TO DO GENERAL IIOUHEWORK
vv andaulatln waahlng. Inquire at inoi Pralrle-ar.
\\ r ANTED—A OIHL FOR HOUSEWORK: ALSO A
v» Rlrl aoout in for light aeeond work and to look
after children; German or Norwegian preferred, aw
Went toncrean-au
Ncttumrcsncs.
\\T ANTED EXPERIENCED OPERATORS TO
M to work on ladlca* under irarmenu. log Writ Mad*
Ivon-it.
nurses.
WANTKD-A NURSE tJIHI.t la TO 14 TEARS OP
vv age preferred. IRGMVahaab-av.
WANT>.D-N(;lisfr Vol/StrOlltL Foil DAT
work: home at nlaht. Apply at fit. Caroline*!.
court Hotel. Id and IS uLtahctb-at.
\\fA^TAD—A CAREFUL WOMAN tTTlook'aF*.
.»* ter one acw. and be generally uaeful. 21
North Ihr»'M>-»t.
Laundrciici*
WANTKn-rntm.t i.ass shiht.ironers at
*i Home Laundry, 277 ntate*«.
\irASTKI>—KXI*EUIKNCKII - BinnT _ STAUCHKKS
I "A*. n, I , ' (pr * «Pl>lr! Urso wo<ci.
wILSU> UIIQB., (17 W aihtDglon-«t.
niicellancotiii
\\rANTED-FoUll GIRLS APPLY AFTER 0
.22—_*Li!i!Lj?*_AlcMlj_pBmt_Compauy. 171 Ran-inipU.
to n E.vr.iiqi^m
li cit Side.
'ro RENT—HOUBE 303 WARREN-AV.. IV THAT
I elegant 3-»torr ind cellar atone aweii-front block
let ween Lnarltt and Oaklcvata.s ten roomm flrat-i-laaa
fluid). Alw. one of tame kind at 113 Oaklry-ov..north
of Moarwat. s and alao one m Hock at corner of Mon*
front, it rooroa. PuT*
WIN A CORUI, 140 Ucarborn-at.
fro RENT-S2O PER MONTH WILL RENT 3*BTORT
X and baaement brick home loirj and itnti Wr«t
Caroprtell-av. Inquire of W. OKAY
UlloWN. Raw v> eat > an Burcn-at.
»PO RKNT-#3rt-S-8TO!lY BRICK HOUSE AND
1 italile. 77* lulton-it., on comer. Inquire at 400
Weal Monroe-at.
rivj RHNT-3STORV ritAME DWELLIshoN WEST
1 'p imrvii-al.. nvarCrutre-av. PHILIP U VERS,
IwumH, 140 Madiion-at.
1\) RENT—SIB PER MOVTH—riXE - NEW 3-STORY
and baariuont brick hooae, 070 Wot Polk-.L In*
quire at 3HA Wcatern*ar.
fpo’ onv and basement
1 atone front bouie. it Park****., all modern lm*
pmrenienu end good barn. Inquire 0/ It. c. HOURS*
AN ELL. 335 Ontario*!!.
North Side*
fpO ‘BENT-NEAR LINCOLN PARK AND LIN*
X eom-ar. can. a Ann octagon front, fl room* deep.
3u foot lot, Cuu; an 11-room cut front brick, j room*
deep, and rood barm al»o a new H-room lirli-k. 1011th
Dual, fsi.wx home* have ail modern convenience*,
ami Jo rood locality. CHAS. N. HALE. iw Hon*
dolph-at.
HUNT—ON NORTH MDK-3STORY AND
X payment brick mldcnrei modern improvement*,
rood neighborhood. and near builue**. Apply 10 A.
J. STONE, IWhwt Washington**!., fromo to 11 or 3
toft.
fl’O RENT—ELEGANT THRbEbTORV AND BASK*
X tnent brick home, modem Improvement*, at 353
hail Indian*-*!. El.liltiDUE HANLCV. IOS Dear*
born-tt., KoumiSand 4.
Ruburban*
BENT—LABOR FURNISHED If.USE AND
ground**! Kenwood, fur the lummer. JAMES W.
PORTE IL lujlryan Block.
fpO RENT—AT OAK PARK AND RIDORI.AND
i pc*iraidchon«ei with large lota. A. f. IIEMI.SG*
N> AN, Boom r.. 75 Flflh-»v.
fIMI'HHNT-FINC YII.NCT OF MARKET OA'ItDKN
X land, near Chicago. with homo and pollute ml*
Joining. PHILIP MVhlts, Boom 11. I4«»Ma>Bion*st.
Muttfli siao*
fro RENT—NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS. SIN
1 gleorensnlie; tent low. tti3 Eon Washington**!..
Room 31.
M’O RENT—NICELY MIRNIMIKD BOOMS. APPLY
J. at lift East Rsudiduh-sl., itoum »».
f|H) BENI-A FUI IN IMIKII* FUO NT BOOM AT*O4
X Dearburn-n. Apply at Itrwnn 4
Offices*
fro REST—ONE SUITE OF OFFICES, WITH
1 vault, on third flour Reaper Block. Two lultet of
office*, with vault*, on »e*oud dour McCormick Block.
Apply at Room 0 Reaper Block.
Miscellaneous*
fro RENT-FINE STORE, BASEMENT. STABLE.
1 and (lata, on Moduou-ii.. ojiposlte Lanin-»i,t
*l*o. desirable home*, from •*» to |7ft per nioalti. K.
b. HEATON X CO.. H 7 HUh-av.
\VA.yri;P to ui:nt«
\\f ANTED—IU RK?Tt—Nvlili.NN’E A NUMBER OF
«* Bond partle* • anting hou«e* on the South bide,
fn-m |3o to #l3O per month; uu« largo well lurnUbed
house wanted. I.eavo doiTlptlon til office of C. A.
NNr.AUV A CO., Beating Agency, Room 3, tw Woihlng.
tun it.
VirANTED—TO RENT—A t3ORI4*KOOM HOUSE.
1* between Aibland-av. and Huyne-sl,, Lake *!,
and Adam*.*!., north front. Addreo* F Si, Tribune.
\VANTED-TO' RBNT-a' LaTiubT WKLL.FPIB
If nUltud home In agi*ud location. Boutu or North
Bide, forhiaar*. FBJ, Titbuueoffice.
lIfANTED-TO RENT-A LARGE HOUSE IN GOOD
»V locailons iqui; hare all modern improvements
ud In good order. F 84. Trinuoa office.
\\TANTED—TOHENT—A MEDIUM MEED"COT~
11 (age or brick lioumi lo tins vicinity of Thlrtv-aev•
•nth-at. and (’otlxre orove-av. t rent Lot to meed 8 «>
per month. FARRINGTON* HAC&KEY, lu» Wub*
Ingum-at.
iIUMNCKS* UIIA.U'LS«
\ MEAT MAilKKT.*wifii FIX! URKS COMDLKTEi
J\ good faullitlea Tor packing! rcaaou forwiling go*
IngWaat. boiHlbiatO'it.. wear Fortieth.
POlt' SALK—FIUsT'cLAm* FLOURING MILL, d
X run of atone and all Improvements, water and
•team power; one of the neat location* in WUcotiafu fur
wheat and ahlpplngt If nut told ao>>n will Pu rented tu a
good party. AUdiCMl\ u. BoxiloS. Milwaukee, Wta.
I.’OR SALK-CIOAU'ASD’tOBaI’CO STORE IN
real roof builneaa doing a fair tradet caab only.
Addreaa U. »u, Tribune office.
l?OH SALE—AN ISTKRKST IS A SAFE AND
X lucrative butlnetai 84.00 to 85.U00 required to
extend the amine. I'ruAta Urges builueu couuactluua
Ont-claM. Addreaa A uu. Tribune office.
iCAK SHOW To ANY GOOD BUMNESS MAN A
cliauco to atari aa good paring tualneaa at ever
waa thown to locate here or In the neat. Good refer*
race required, but only tuiali capital required. Call uu
W. A. UONNEV, 71 Jackaou-al., corner blaie-at. \
up-aialrt.
\\r ANI El>-BY A MANUFACTURING FIRM A
II buaincaa*iiian la Chicago, and in every city out
already uacn. turenicaeut ibamt f JU> to 84uunecva>
aary tu pay for goudaon delivery, after he ha* obtained
order* for ibeaauet ♦I.VHogJ'JUPcr mouth guaranteed
In a legitimate, permanent bualura*; money tiwqlutciy
aocurvd; ttto moat aearchlug luveatlgaltou aulicllvd.
F. E. VAIL A cu., No. Xii WaahUigtob-al.. Boatou,
Mau.
WAStiCD-lkUUjb TO 838.0X1 IN AN ESTA'iT
II llahcd buslueaa. done entirely for cash. without
rlak. and paying a baudauma pro lit. B 34, Tribune.
Vo' EXCUANCE*
1?0H EXCHANGE-A SOUTH FRONT 8-STORY
and baawnent atone avell front hou>e, 13 rootua:
good 3-au>ry brick barn, on Wa*iitugu/u-al.. raat of
oakley-av.; atoall lucumbrasce: want n good ao-fuot
aoutn front corner luturluatde booxe and largo lot.
cnl of Dsultua aud aouth of Madtaon-at.. to good
tielghborhoud. DOI’WIN A CORUV, 14(1 Dearboru-at.
riHl EXCHANGE-FOR A GOOD #IU'.UJO FAHM IN
1 illiuola, Indiana, or ftart In Kunaaa: umat be good
Improved farma. fur good property and mcrchtodiau la
ih>< city of iny addreaa. D. -O. Box 433, CrawfofUavUlc,
lad.
MEWING MACMIHEB.
r otof Kick singer, domestic; wuiklkiT*
Xj Wllauu, aud other machlpc* below naif price, nod
warranted. Loan ottoc, lift CUrk-aL, Room i,
simno.is WAirrcD-TtALC*
floohkeepem* Clerks* dec*
OlTtTAlinjr WANTED—BV A THOitOTTnUT.T
.‘r. nookkeeper and cashier. In »om« re-
Kahiehontes am r> yew* of asre, and hare had ten
T r? r *,'‘*P*Henrej»eren yean with last employers in
thh city: can kltc them as reference. Addresi F fiO.
Tribune office.
gltUi*-'* "
JATin* WANTKO-nr A YOCNO MAN m A.
retail itr'nt*rtnrPi lmtia>l*onje eiperlence la ttit
ba«>nan; win worn cheap. _P 7H. Tribune office.
Trades*
ciTOATfnjr wanted-rt a toono MAwrwno
l»*i lu-l« ri'trt eiperlcnee a*predamanscan ran
cylinder or Adamt prene*. F 85, Tribune often.
CtTUATION WANTFD-UT A CoIdPKTRNT KN*
*•l.. ,, P*'‘ r • n ' ,rl V lC,,ln,,lt<, f ,,n * iiailonary engine,
of reference. Addreaa for one week l«4
North reorla-n.
Coachmen* Teamsters* *c*
CITUATIDN WANTED-UTFIRST-CLAfiS COACH
o tnant nnilcrftandacare good honed and carriage*!
g'»o0. carj-fui drivers Semen; uneacepllonable refer
eticc. AJ Iren KS7. Trlhnna office.
jrxiscollancoiis*
CITIfATION WANTKD-RV A TEXAS SALESMAN
who ha. had f„tir year** experience In tno Teiaa
trade, irarcltne from New York. dealer* a po*llfon la
nme capacity from ihl* point. F an. Tribune office.
CITUATIOS WASTED—jit OKNTi.KMAN 27
O year* of agej *trady. aoiicr. and reliable j will work
for low aalary. Addren V on. Tribune offlr«,
SITUATIONS WANTEDU.t’JEITIALE*“
Domestics*
CITtfATION WANTED—IIT A COMPETENT GIRL.
O for general homework In prlraln famllyi ben o
reference*. Call at tw.i Mlchlgan av.
CITUATION WANTED-AS COOK ON BOAT OR
ij hoarding-home. MitS. CJLKESON’B.fiW Btate-it.
CITUATIOX WANTRO-nr A scotcii oirC TO
O oo general hoti«eworx In a amalt famllti good eo»K
and ittmdrew. I*leaw call for two daya at lii Km
Omiton-it., up-italri.
=
CITUATION WANTKH-A RESPECTABLE GIRL
O of teveral year*’ experience of cooking and general
homework. wlihe* a place In a respectable family: belt
of rcferencea. Pleaie call at IS3 lndltoa->t..lia.«emcnt.
CITUATION WANTED—AS SECOND-GIRL: GOOD
O reference. Applr at Bil South Llncoln-iu, hue*
ment.
CITUATION WASTKD-TO DOGENEUAL HOUSE*
*T> work !>y a flnt-cla** cook. washer, and Miner. A
Scutch wotnais_ Apply at s«j statc-H.
CITUATION WANTED-DV A fcOMAN TO DO
O homework. nood reference. Call for two day* at
4t»Ea*tMml‘on-«t,
CITUATION WANTED—RT A COMPETENT OllOj
O rodo chamlwr work and assUt Id washing. Please
coll or addren STiili Siate-iU, up-naira.
CIfUATION A GIRL TO DO
O homework In a rcipermuie private family, liefer*
cnc e Riven. «;ail at l:w Weal Thirteenth'll.
<ITL’AI|ON WANTHD-rir A- FIRST-CLASS
‘ NweadUhstrl la a iraatl private family. Apply at
U 7 Hiuth (jfcin-H.
CITUATII.N WANTED-IIT A COMPETENT
*-* nlrllodoaeroDdworkor general homework to a
•man family, call at is gait £rle*it.
cmuTios wAVfF.n-nf a german omi. to
do general Homework In a imali family, or accond
work In a private family, call at KM Mlchigan-ay.,
tip-aialra.
CITUATION WANTED—Af* SECOND OlltL IN A
p t-rivate family: can give good city references. Call
1 hurway at jpe, North rTankllmit.
SITUATION WASTRI)-TO COOK. WASH. AND
O ironlnaprlvtiefattilly, Inquire at 63 Eaat Pear*
aon*»l.
ClTl'AtlON WASTED—DT A RESPECTABLE
p American girl to do second work In a private fami
ly. Call Friday at U 7 South Jefferaon-it.
CITCATIOS WANTED—IIT A GERMAN OIRL TO
odo general houtnwork. Call at Uk NoWe-at., near
Chlcago-av.
SITUATION WANTKD-DY A TOUNO NONWR
AP plan «ln, to dowrunj work la to American family.
Apply at a« North llai»tcd-rt.
SITUATION WANTKU—TO DO GENERAL WORK
O In a imall private family. Apply li-tO Uuiterflelil-at.
CITUATIOS' WASTED-DY A COMPETENT GIRL
pto i-ooic. wa«li. Iron, or Keneralhotirowork. Call at
tm MlUtlpau-av.
'MTi'ATIOX
LMTI'ATION WANTED—IIY A COMPETENT NOR*
p weßianidrlaacookln > prmte family, orjrcneral
nouae works city reference Riven. Cali it 37U West la*
dlana-it.
CITtTATION WANTED-BY A SWEDISH OIRL.
O dll it 317 T«cntjr*»ecbuit'it.
CITUATION WANTKD-UV A HOOD STEADY
O scotch «rlrl. i* flnt-dan rook, wi*h. and iron, la
a private family. Plcaac call at ir.iomatc-at,
LMTUATHiS WANfBD-BY”"a FIRST-CLASS
U swcdlals pcmm to do general houtewurk. or cook
Inafintclaaa private family; bettor city reference!.
Sou btate-au
SITUATIONS WANTF.D-HY A FIRSf-CLASS
O cook and laundreui alao a aecond girl | no objection!
to (ton inurtdlitance la ttie country* Apply at73l
Uabaab-av.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A WOMAN TO DO
O aveond or kltcnca work. In a private family Eaat*
ern family preferred. Addrcaa for two day. K Md,Trln*‘
uncolllcc.
CITUATIOSS'w ANTED—BY A PROTESTANT AS
O cook and laundreaa, capable of doing or*t*€la«a
work; tidy and partlculari Rood reference*! German
aecond girl, fully competent. ti7Vemou-av.
CITUATIOX'WAVTKD-iIY A COMPETENT GIRL
p to cook. wash, and Iron, or hoQiewnrk In a private
famlljj reference If required, ion Dcarborn-at*
CITUATION WANTED-BY A GOOD GIRL Tt> DO
O trenernl tiouaeworks la a Rood cook. flnt*cla<t
waancr and Ironer; beat of reference. Call at 4U)
Tweutyrecondit.
CITUATWiN WANTED-BY A COMPETENT OKU*
O mat) inn for general homework, amail family, at
1174 htate-at.
SITUATION WANTKD-BY A RKSPECrABI-B
o woman as flm-cln* waihcr anil Ironer, good cook.
Please call two days at 3Jfl noulh park-ar.
CUUATION WANTED—BV AN EXPERIENCED
O ulrl lu do chomberwork or general housework la a
*ma!l famlly._Apnly at 1U Oniarlo-it.
CITI’ATION WANTED—BY A GERMAN GIRL, IN
O aprlvato family or a private boarding houiet ret*
eronce If required. No card*, tall at It ElJrldgv*
court. Tuursday and Friday. •
Nurses*
situation wanted-nr a competent
O •eamitrcta and nunetotake care of cblldren and
•car. Call at 301 South Park-av.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A GERMAN GlltL (IT)
a* nune or eocund Kiri, ituft Cottage Grove*av.
Situation wantkd—bv a middle-aged
woman to take care of rlilldren and doaecond work;
understands all kind* of housework. Pieate call at 134
Writ Van Uurcn**l.« for two day*.
JLaumircanos*
CITUATION WANTKD-BV COMPETENT OtBLTO
O do laundry, kitchen, or chamber work In a hotel or
boarding houv-.ciiyorrounlry. Addre**Kkx Tribune.
Employment Agencies*
CITtTATIUNK WASTED—FOR AN EXCELLENT
O (Icrman ulrlt ftlro cooki and help for all household
work, ftl hmt Van Bmvu-»t.. Mr*. BALKAM’soffice.
Miscellaneous*
SITUATION WANTED—BV LADY AS OOVERN*
O e»»*i no objection to country or distance) Qrst-clasa
rrferenee*. Addrvii Mill CLt) M. HALL. Chicago
Post-Office.
QITUATIOS WANTED—IS AN OFFICE BV A LA-
O ilv wiio writes a tint •clam band; know* the Scandl
nation and German language*, mid can bring good ref
ncneei. Address F7u. Tribune office.
UOAII DINO AND LODGIINQ.
South Side*
I ft ELBRIDGE CoURC-A NKaTLV FURNISHED
XU suiteof front room*, hut and cold waters aU«
single rooms, with board. Table boarder* accouma*
dated.
Ift AND IS EAST ADAMS-ST.-TWO LABOR
IU room*, with board, suitable far fainllle*i also
three or four (Ingle room*, f:»to ».i per week.
I MICHmAS.AV.-PLEAS.vST FURNISHED
I u t room*. with board, lulttole for gentleman and
wife and >lngle K«ntl*men.
ON MICHIOAN'AV.. NEAR KIOHTEENTH-ST.-
Four gentlemen ran Bud two large and ideaaanl
room*, wlfn braoclOM board. Reference*. AddrcMti.
Tribune office.
Hotels*
T.tNOLISU HOUSE. 3) EAST NVASHINOTON-ST.—
1* bliwla ruuitu, with board, from sft to |7 i>erwuekt
transient*. jI.M per days 31 reitauraot meal ticket*.»«.
V KVADA HOTEL."its AND l>> WAUAsII-AV.-
1* Reduredprlce*. Good roam* and board Jl.ftuper
dart St.atitaST p*r week. Darieiard, <1 per week.
_ 110 AIID Ay ANTE U*
B"* (>ARD—AND REASONABLE RATES,
In French family, by a lady engaged during the
dar. AddrvM F 77, Irluune office.
HOARD—FOR ELDERLY LADY AND I.ITTLB
iJ girl, « years rid i localttr imm bcalmaied between
Fourteenth and Twcnty'iixtli-a'a.. and ea*t of ttutot
terina tniM Us roaaonauic. Addreaa F 7U. Tribune.
LOST AND KOlinOi
Lost-near TiimrV Kirni sr. and grand
boulevard, a tamcolured IrUh Pitch terrlerj haa
abort ull. and anawera to tneiumeof "Fannlet ’ 88
reward for the return of the dog to No. 8 Square,
f OaT—NEWFOUNDLAND DUD. WARY ON LEFT
1 j lower Up. wliltu-tlp lad. ai>oiit 8 months old. aiao
light blue skye terrier. Deliver aud gel reward to
1114 Dralrlc-av.
losT— from’uui south dkarborn-rt.. a
rblack Porto, wlili tpoion Ida forehead. Good reward
guaranteed for hit return to above place.
r OST—A NEWFOUNDLAND DOG, DARK OltoWN
Xa and black. Tht Under will reoelro 810 re ward by
returnlug tu 083 Wabaah-av.
CTR A TED—A * RED* IRISH SETTER. HAD ON A
O red leathercolUr marked E. W. Uanga, soo North
LaSatle-ii. The under will please return ultber to the
above addreaa or to Dr. BARER, 138 Mlchlgau-ar.,
and claim reward.
C*|fl REWARD WILL BE FAID TO ANY ONE
«J)IU giving Information that will lead tu tbe dla*
cwvcryyf the party who wrote Übcloua letter to lady
In O’Neill Building.
FINANUIAL.
Advances made on diamonds, watches,
bond*. etc., at LAUNDERS' privateotßee. luOßan*
dolpb-at.. ncarClaik. Room 3 and 6. EatablUUcd iaj|.
C” ami faTd for old gold and silveiC
Money to loan oo waicbaa. diamonds, aud valuables
of ■•very description at GoLDSMID'S Loan aud Bullion
OfUcoillveoaedi. ue Eaat MadUou-at. Established Idea.
Xf ONKY TO'LOAN-l.v »UMH OF 84.UU1 AND UF«
111 warda ou Improved residence or bualucss prop*
erty at current ratet. UUUII A. WHITE, Room 18
Mctrupolilau Block.
Money to'loan on furniture, dungs.
etc., vltnoutraworal] also oudlamondsaod good
collateral*. C.U. Wilson.Rooma._ lid *jis RaadJpU.
NICKELS IS HUMS OF SJ AND UFwards can
be Pad lu exchange fur currency nl the counting,
room of tbe Tribune Company.
liENMtg» CAN BE RAD l.\ KaCHANUK FOR
X currency at the counting-room of the Trtouae.
CILVEIt grv AND Vi CENT DIECKS IN DACKAGES
cj of 810 luexcbauite for currency at coiuUng>ruomof
Tribune Company.
QOfWk AND 88U) IN RAND TO LOAN ON CITT
<4>OL/LI real vaiate fur three year*. Apply to-day,
JUS. U. CUANDLEIL 138 Dearborn -at.. Lioui
<s*>
builuvaa. tuauufacturlog preferredi la
anawtrioggive nature of bualucaa. iin,Tnbuoe-
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